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TTUNTER'S TEXAS IAMALES CAN BK OB J~l talnpd at in'- • p Bprin, sVnd Becond. First nn-i Spring. Junction Tempi* and Spring, front of licrmanta saloon, Main si- Our sign indicates our address, 81s BolleviH avs'iitte. Don't ne Impoeed upon by imitators, Bu\- i he genuine article ot. the above locations. We arc the originators of the genuine T'exai tamalcs In Los Angeles- 12-11 (im NOTICE- THE l.iis \NGELES CITY WATRH company «111 strictly enforce ihe folloi\hi(t rule: The hours for sprinkling are between) and 8 o'clock a. in. stiii 8 and 8 o'clock p. in For a vtolatlon of the above regulation tin water will tic shut off and a fine of will In charged before tlic water will lie turned on again, 8-17 tf SPECIAL TEACHERS'IcxcURSIiiN To t Hl cago and points east, over Denver and Rtr Grande and Rock Island route, under manage* pient of A. Phillips A-Co., May 2Hili, 3uth and June 2d. Ofnce, 138 B. SPRING ST. 5-17 151 (" SIDEW M.KS, BASEMENT FLOOR! J and reservoirs, 5n per foot. Plastering, brick and cement york repaired. DENNIS MADIGAN, 40(1 San Pedro at 6-5 Im X' tmcle bam wine cellars. eTfi.eur. J Wholesale nnd retail. Sonoma and Naps dry and sweet wines. Brandies, whlsklea 404-408 N. I-os Angeles st 1-8 T7WFTY DOLLARS TO NOTHING Til AT X brake's (amah's are the cleanest and best, material and workmanship considered. A T. SEOPER. HOUSE MOVER, (H'MCEj . Il2i cuter Place. I If WANTID-RKLP, SP^ANTED—ALL NEEDING" HELP I I:EE, 11 employment or any Information, address E. NITITNGER'S BUREAU, established t--<0 Ofllee, 8!BJ< South Spring street, rei on in - l it South Hope street, cornci tilth, l.os Angeles, Cal. Tel.-phone 113. - II: If ITTiITTY. HUMMEL 4 CO., EMI'VoS M knt . agents, 131-135 W. First st, Telephone SOB. Under the Lo* Angeles National Rank Help of all kinds carefully selected anil fitrnl tied. Situations of all kind's furnished. WANTI D-A GIRI. TO HEEI'WMTI LIGHT housework, morning and evening, for good home call at cor. Eleventh and Santee streets. 5-18 2t WANT KD-RirtIATIONS. car"efi l~~wom \\, A V> place to work In small family or to take care of one child. Inquire at IBS East Third ■trcet. 5-18 21 WIN TED ALL KINDS OF FAMILY SKW lng to do, Ml room 13, No. 412 S Hope Sit I. IK> If WANT ICO-AOINTI, : PELL TWO USEFI L \> last selling articles; easll) carried: large Sroflts. Apply between 8 a. in. and Igp, m, 08 BANNING ST. 0-10'."t WANTED- AOENTB TO SELL TWO USEFUL fasl-sclllng articles; easily carried; large profits. Aiiply between H a.m. and 12 pm. 808 BA NNINO ST. 6 10 71 W A Nig D-M 180BLI.AN X\ T ANTED PR' I POSAI s FOR lit 11.1)1 si: IT site Notice is hereby given (lint propos. als for ftirnlshitiK a lot In the business portion of Angeles, suitable for the election tbcro on of nn odd Fellow 1' temple, will bo 1 i ved at (he office of the Odd Fellows' Ha II ii.svocta tlon up to Mil) l Mh. Said nroposiils must be In wrlllng, aftil state ,1/,.' of lot, location and price. W. A. BONYm<E, Secretary, 4-15 lm 115 s. Broadway, TV** TED—A FURNISHED HOUSE ol- <i fit rooms within 11 few nttnutes' walk ol Hollenbeck. Address "FUKNISHED Hut si.,' Box 30, Herald ofllee. 8-18 if \VANTKiI—GOO pT lIORBK ANI>~\*EH Hi 1 v. [or its keep, Address Box 1112, Albam bin, Cal 5-It) 'J't rUW KKNT HOUNKS. rtM) LET ON THE HILLS- (I ROOM. SIMPLY X fltriilsln il collage, 255 lldmont aye, ' 5-18 3t OiSt-NKW 8-R"( )OM OOTTAG if. Illslicd, 4 t3 -Herniiid st. 5-1 S -II FOX RUN r KIIIIMS. 1"~^o~Ri?N t"-^3^FUiTntsl^ii:I) Ri)OMB, oOM niete for housekeeping, 9101 1 nice room ■4 : IM3B Sim Fernando at. 5 is ;it ],->OR RENT 3 FtJRNISHKD ROOMS For 1 housekeeping; liuui and wife. 820 s HILL ST. 5-l3 7t s.IOR RENT Nl* 1."'" PLEASANT" SUNNY X rooms at low rale-. I.os Banning street 4-4 lm a~TO~LET— aTiSa"sant ro6m~l 'nTiuy tTE , .Jftinjly-, A LI • I yj_» 'I F. In th at. 6-10 71 FOR RKNT—MISOWLt,4NI»<>I S. rtlOtJtr'l'AliT ill stork "no! 210 soTtii I Bi'QTidw ay. Kll11111 i 1-f oci-npaiil. 6-17 tf _ FOX K\CM AMOK ©Or^Ul— FOR ANGE - ACRES ■Hp.lsnflF of first class land, partly set lo or- and almonds, budded trees in nursery to set balance ol the land; house, barn, etc. Will lake a mloon or grocery In part payment, balance to suit. Price. KISOO. T. .1. CuDDY, job N. Spring. 6-17 31 I~7orf EXCH ANIiF.-STORE HOUSE AViVIAYt and tine horse and carriage for an equity in house and lot In city,valued at ,2800 to 98000. Address 11. S. ()., Herald. If T" O EX OH ASi 1 E--"a"VOT IN EAST LOS AX gcles for an upright piano. Address MRS. M. M. SI LI.I VAN, 182S St. .lanu-s st. 5-17 71 LOST AND FOUND. I' OSTMiN SUNDA LA DIES' gold hunting case Walthanl watob. No. S, 188,5-12, ease No. <i 8784. on Spriue, Main or lit baseball grounds. The tinder will be Liber ally rewarded by returning to "11." box .'lO, Herald ottieo. 5-18 8t lost on Itf ll\ l> \ 'I'll V. j Ist and Sth of A pril, a package containing one pair of lady's gloves, light grey color, mid apiece of bbick ribbon. +10 reward will Ik ]iaid on return to Herald oftlce. 5-2 tf I' oar—a* nil"an house. weTght~aboi't j 1100 pounds, main roached, saddle lunik ~ htrayed Irom ranch at l-Torenci. Reward fOl bis return to 531 ORD ST. M./urctti. o-ltiif PKKWONAI.. EE Ft:FsiT"ItO~STKD ON OurOlanl coffee roaster: .lava and Mocha, 85c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c; gran, sugar. It) lb ffi; brown sugar, 21 lb si; germoa, 20c; rolled rye, 10c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; 3 pkts starch, Bsc; 5 lbs raisins, 25c; .'» lbs poaonca,2sc; ti lbs pink beans, 25c; 10-lb pails preserved fruits, 05c; ptvkland walnuts, 10c lb; l ban Dtnmore's soap, 2."ic: 3 cans corned beet, ".'ii : gasoline and coal oil, 8(K-; picnic hams, 1-t' ..1 lb. "ECONOMK " STORES, 305 South spring. I' JERSONAii —RA LPH SitOS.—GOLD BA R flour if 1.16, city flour so;-, granulated snpi r 16 llnVI. brown sugar 20 lbs 81, raisins 5 IW 26c, sardines 5 boxes 'Sic, table fruit 3 cutis 50c, Midland coffee 25c lb, eastern oil 80c, gas oline 80c, 2-lbeati corned beet 15c, lard 10 Ibl SI.IO, 5 lbs BSC. 801 South Spring street, cor. Sixth. 12-2 ti ESMER'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPKOIFIC monthly medicine for immediate relief foi painful und Irregular menses from whnteyei cause. For aale by FREEM \N & CAJtPER, 102 it. Spring sireet. B>o ly W. TAYLOR, uttVYER X l'-l'.j South Broadway,rooms. Probate ami Insolvency law u-specially. Advice free. 7-' Jo ly ATTORN KYM. CNEO. IIAYFORD, ATT()RN^EY^AN I' 001 N T seloral law, rooms 12 and 13, Lanfranoo building, '.'IS North Main street, l.os Angeles Telephone 1187, Practices iv ail state and United States courts. 8-18 tf A. W. HtITTON. OLTN Wai.LKORN. \JfJELLMOR.N .'- HUTTON, ATTORNEYS \l V V law, rooms BS, 88U and SB Temple block, JundtOD Spring and Main, l.os Angcle.i, Cal. t, J.AY"i£ HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW Bry .on-Bonebritke block. Telephone 528, Practices in all the conns, state and fcji raL 7-1 tf BEN GOOD RICH, LAWY ER, NO. 2~ I .AW building, 125 Temple street, near court houae. Telephone LOS. 7-8 tf J. ADCOCK. ATTORNEY. SPECIAL AT . tcntion given lo the settlement of estates 115 west First street. 4-> it T-V K. TRABK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IT I, XJ. ton block, 207 Now High street, Lot Angeles. 1-18 if Tptt POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT T LA W VV room 3, Allen blot k, Temple und Spt-lni Ctrcets. 2-'Ji;tf MKDIIMS. PERSONAL— PROF.ST EARNS. ASTROLOGEI andclatrvovant medium, 127 South Broad way, between First and fecund n\n. 4-28-1 v MRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOYANT—CONSUL tatlons on business, love, marriuge, dis cuse, mineral locutions, life 11 uding, etc.: tuki University electric car to Forrester avenue, gi -west three block- on Vine strcci, second bousi trom corner of Vermont tiveni.c. A^TKACIS. ABSTRACT AND TITLE INBUU ' v, |:ToM pany of Los Angeles, northwest corner* sfeanl'lln and New High streets. ml 7 tf FOX Ml.g IIITT AgD «!OI'I«TStY. Oil-jui'-for bale-XTXrge modern ePfFsHBlr house, 12 rooms, with baths, closets and perfect sanitary arrangements: nearlynne ai re of handsomely Improved grounds, with t.at n. carriage house and driteway. This place i-.oiintnnds view of the entire city, and Is close In. A very great bargain; only 96500 T. J. cl UHY, JiMl N. spring. S-M tf TJSOH JAI.E CHKAPFiTrt CASH, WELL BITII.T F 2-story new lionse of lo rooms, with bath, etc., nn west side of Lstreet, between Eleventh and Twelfth. Pico Heights. P. FITZWII.LIAM, 1823 South Rain KMMt 4-21 tl &J' ~tU \ - R MLE~ A T A "ARG A IN. Handsome residence,ll rooms, all modern Improvements. 1028 H. Olive sireet; parties going east. A-lllfit st'lMUl A NK'E noURT! AND WELL IM- proved fid-foot lot mi Eleventh St. near pearl; only *2500. T. J. CUDDY. 2INI N. Spring st. 6-12 tf tjjl IHA-KEW 5-ROOlt HOUSE ON \ h Jpll'lil torla sireet. Monthly payments fkiri. ALLISON BARIXIW, 227 West Second Rtn.'t. 8-18 tl xTal ffWt FOR HALE—NEW B~ROOM HOUSE JJ* I'll HI on Victoria street; monthly pay ments ffl.Vim. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West Second sired. 4-12 If £'' X "Ai.at-oorwTitT property. t>|7C- THE FINEST DAIRY RANCH IN I sllhc county, 80 acres, mostly In alfalfa; fenced, with house, barn, corrals, 17 head of milch cows, horses, wagons, buggies, farming utensils, artesian wells, all complete, at only *t|7s per acre, 'ihls property is near the city, n m undoubted bargain. 3-23 tf T . J. CI DDV, 200 N. Spring St. At iM I NISTIt ATOR'B S \ LE—CHOICE ALFAI, (a farm; first-class lor walnuts, corn, fruits; cultivated; fi ed, artesian water; (10, 48, (18 Acres, or all; near railroad and postofneo, 17 miles from I .us Angeles. EDWIN BAXTER, attorney, 175 N. Spring; REV. W. G. I OVVAN, Pasadena. 5-ft tl ij>.l-mTwi -tHE MOST LOVELY HOUSE AT Alirtdeno, surrounded by 10 acres of bearing orchard; now baying splendid In terest on Investment. Tiils'lsihe most com plete house In this section and very cheap. T. .1. CUDDY, 208 N. Spring. 5-17 It 5/»/u_-i-a choiceTo'acres ()pn,TNr»; JpUWlflF all In bearing fruits and berries, with neat house, bam, well, tank, etc.: only one uolc from tbe city, and very chcau; only H>(ii«a> T. Jf CUDDT, 200 N. Barlag. 5-12 tf ar-./m Hl'l KNIIfDI-Y IMPROVED FBuTT nT i »nf\t farm of l.'l acres on the foothills at Altadcna; orchard in nice condition; perfect Water supply; house, barn, etc.; price W7500. T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring st. 5-12 tf I,sok BALE IST A< REH OF FIRBT-CLABB . Improved land, cheap, with water, near Lemor station. Inquire on premises or address A. P. MONROE, Bpadra P.O. -t-15 lm J%r-s- fin: ti.i: 20 ACRES OP CSOTCE np lis moist lauds, close to the cltv, all In barley, only +75 per ucre, part casli. T. J. CUDDY. 2(1(1 N. r-fring. 5-17 3t FOR Sail Atlai), 1.1, ANROI H. Km; SALE MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE To pay a note, I platform siring wagon. 1 de livery wagon; no reasonable offwr will l>e rc fiiscd. Apply (iuO Upper Main, near Plasa. tf-19 Bt I.i'Oß SALE -PRICE" fflllO.Of. -ELEOANT 1 htgh grade pneumatic Ariel safety. Cost 8186.00. Nearly new. Box 88, Alhambra. * 5-19 4t j | >OR BAtJt—MILK GOATS, VERMON DOUGV J' LABB, Central aye.. bet. Florence aye. and Comptonnvc. 8-181 2t 1' »olt BALE-COW AND (.•ALdTrcHEAP; VAR -1 tics going cast. Inquire 125 W. NINTH BT. 5-11 tf I.ITI r" bA|jE-G0( id pi a no. Xri'L'Y 1 E JT BCHWARZ, 268 8. Los Angeles at. 5-18 It I /OB SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES lo suit, at this ofliee. $1,500,000 MONKY TO tfOA% I.OWyPT RATVH. Ag"*nt for tho Ii BB M AN B4VIKGB AND LO.AaV SOCIETY OF K. P, ' BnlMlng loans a specialty. 3ionds puwhaHed. Kokl estate roUI. KHtates manaKOtl. A.vpontft\in Firo, of London, oltlcst (,'ompany .n tho world. . H. <i. IA!NT, t<gg f» m 227 W. Becond Ht. if va Wm mStSiwQ f, j l ilt- Insurnnco, Loon and Investment Broker*. Money leaned at (i per eonf. Bonds Boußht and Hold. Ai:' ntsTmperlnl Insuraneo Co., Ltd,, of London. 2-22 flm 301 W. First st. Mo NBY~m loan on diamonds, JEWRL ry, wfttohes, pianos, sealskins, live stock, emrttiV«'s, hicvclos and all kinds of personal and fi«llntcr:il n-curity. LEE BltOS., 402 H. TIONKT TO LOAN. 1 > \TTk t r "tn 1 A l ED) Unurs money in any amounts on all kinds of collateral security, diamonds, jiwi lry, M'KlKkin l -, merchandise, e-tc. Also on PIA.NO6, iron and Kafen, and ]»rofcssional litirarit's, without removal; and on fnrnilur* in lodging, UuirdinK houses and hotels, with out removtil. In rtial payments received. Miuii'V iiutek. BnKincNS confidential. Trivatfl ofncei (or laiMtf.. W. E. DE ii ROOT, manager, iloomfl 2, 8 and 4 Ll4 & Ki>ring st. MONEY LOANED ON MORTCAOES, 6 PER cent m l nn (irst-clnsr, property for amounts oi JfHUKU) and over. On loanc under $10,000 no Momniissmn will lie charged ; no expense for examination of city pronertv and no delay. AAINIBTREET ISAVINuS'BANK AND TRl'sT t 0., 420 S. Main at. 3-1 (im PUBLIC. I HAVE BOUGHT tho puivnbroklnK business 01' 0. Fantn at .too North Main st.. on M*rol. »th, and have overtaken all pledges left with him al that place, ;iml will continue the same huslnesM. Parties living out of the city wishing to eom imiiiii'nti- to ihoir own interest will address A. Monis in pi Ace of B. Fantn, No. ..00 North Main ni reel. 5-A lm A TV W riC LOAN CO., R. FANTA. MANA. a'V ger, No. 114* W, Second st. between Main and Sj>riiig st». in 1 rtfl.V Loans money at reduced ratCH o( Interest on dia monds, watches, jewelry, collateral securities, niortr- r >ig< , s, etc. F»lr and dealing. Also nnewatoh repairing by ft, O. GILHOLM. All v oik guaranteed. 5-3 lm tl YOF WAnt'monky without"dflay, 1 110 commission, prevailing rates of intorest, Sec Security Savings Bank. 148 S. Main. 4-1 ly - —— — «, ■t; ■iip .■. isrsxa-asjs^sia-ih JsafllsW DIFFEVBACHER, 119, 8. ■ iffi* * S]>ring street, rooms 4 and 5. • fjf Teeth cm fueled and lillod_M iilioii) rBS2—Established—lBB2. TTV 1 ;. 1.. W. WELLS. COR. OF SPRING ANT) 1 / First streets, Wilson block: take elevator. Gold crown and bridge work a specialty ; teeth extracted without pain. Room 1. m 4 tf ADAMS BROS. DENTISTS, 23!», S. SPRING, bet. Second and Third. Painless tilling iiuil extracting, 40c and rpT. CrOWHa,|M, Set teeth, ft to tflu. Established in L. A. city 13 years. 8-18 tf Dr. s. Tl toliiurst, dkntTstTios'.j N. Spring St., rooms 2, 3 and 7. I'alnless ex traction. \? RA \K BTSVEX 8, S24t< SOUTITSPRINO ST. r Open Sunday, aud evening by electric light, OR. PARKER, DENTIST, 145 N. SPRING. leic[.hoiic. i vi. :; vii mrjisicAi. npHE K~A M M Eli MEY E R (flTTTilrsf 1 First -clns> music furnished tor balls par ties, concerts, receptions and picnlea. Violin, mandolin, etc., taught. Ofllci ut Fitzgerald's music store, corner X. Spring and Franklin sis. 10-14 ly Los ' NC.ELES CONSRRVATOKY"bF M US 10 and Art; open all the year. MRS. EMILI J. VALENTINE, president, corner Broadway and Fifth street. 8-14 ly DANJt i, by miss~m7e. and « t> stringed taught Studio."A; take elcviitm by People-, v ire. Phillips block. 11-1J ly I'M VsICIANS. MBS. li!;. .1. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY MID wltcrv. Ladies cared for during confine ment in T'J7 Itcllevue avenue. Calls promptly aticiiile.t in. Telephone 1118. 8-35 ti Ri. I-. 11. BEACH, M. D„ OFFICE ANT VT reside! , 131 North Spring street. OflU* hours, s to 12, Itos, O to Bp. m. Telephoiu ■Ui:i 11-.T tf li \llt -s »M> FINISH a KM. MET I. I. iLITaS STEAM DYE WORKS. 241 Franklin stroot; lint- dyeing and clean ing; 1-13 If PARISIAN DYE WORKS, 275 SOUTH Mal> street: best dying in the city. 1-13 tf LOS ANOELES HERALD* FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 189 H. OPFOKTUSJITIM FOR IN V BSTOM. $100,000 $1<H,,000 A SUPERB 7 PER CENT HOLD BOND INVESTMENT. The second Installmentof ili»> first mortgage 7 per cent gold bond* o.f the PASADENA AM) Mr. WALSON RAILWAY COMPANY Is now ready for subscription. in sum, to suit nt par, giving the buyer valuable collateral privilege, Which will greatly enhance the value ol their holdings. Any of these bonds, If desired, will be re deemed at par and Interest, upon one month's notice after the time agreed upon at the time ol sale, thna giving the holder a liberal Interest for the use of money either for a short time or for ihe full term of the bonds. It Is bi llevi d that with the small amount of bonds that Will be Issued In proportion to the cost and value of the property owned by the company, arid I ho large prospective revenue of the road, that both stock and bonds will soon bring a pre mium tn the open market. Those wlahlng to Investigate with a view to purchasing bonds, will, by appointment, be shown over the road and all desired informa tion furnished. The bonds can be purchased from all the banks In f'asadena -First National Bank. Pasa dena National Bank and Ran Oaoriel volley Bank; and In Los Angeles from the Citizens' Bank and the Los Angeles Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 313 South Spring street: aim at tbe company's office, Grand opera Ilouso block, Pasadena. Thirty days will be given to purchasers for settlnment. Among the purchaisrrs of these bonds are the following: chas H, Frost, Pasadena. Hon. A. (I. THroop, Pasadena. T. U. Stlviaeu, I.os Angeles. T. W. Brothertnn,Los Angeles. F. H. Valletta, Pasadena. .1. Ii Lincoln, Pasadena. Mrs. B. T. M. Lincoln, Pasadena, H. M. Singer, Paeaden* Col. a. O. clreen. Pasadena. Andrew McNelly, Chicago. A. C, Armstrong', Pa-iadeua. P. Galhratth, Pasedenn. .lames Smith, Pasadena J. W. Ifusjus, PesariiMia. Ban Gabriel Valley Bunk, Pasadena. U. Roacoe Thomas, Pasadena. O. W, Brown, Pasadena. T. B. Lowe, Pasadena. Mrs. A. L. Ix>we, Pasadena. I/owe Emerson, Cincinnati, O. A. P. Weal, I/on Angeles. Vim. 11. Knight, Los Angeles. Mra. E. T. Williams. W. 11. Simmons, l-asodcna. Mrs. Martha Vaughan, Chicago. All bonds settled lor before May 30th will have July coupons on, thus giving tho pur chaser etjual to 3 per cent ills nt. The first Issue was so promptly taken, it is believed that thin Issuo bring: the last that will cany spoclal advantages, will be taken within a few days. To a party with a capital of •80,000 or more an unusually good business opening will be presented. For more complete information ami particu lars, call on or address T. H. a LOWE, President Pasadena & Ml. Wilson Railway Co., Grand Opera House Block, Pasadena, Cal. 4-8011 ■nnoATioNAr,. JOB ANGELES BUSINESS I'OLKOrT* J AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL. (Incorporated) 144 South Main street. 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, l,arge, able and mature faculty of Instructors, flay and evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Call at co lekr office, or write for elegant catalogue. E. P. SIIRAIJER, president: P. W. KELBIYj vice-president; L, N INSKEEU, ■eeretary. 8-lU 'Ol tf Till: WOODBURY BUSINESS OOLLEi; X IIAS removed to the upper floor ol the Stowell block, 228 Bomh Spring street. It has now the larf;est aud tluost business college rooms in the state, aud the largest attendance of any com mercial school south of Ban Francisco. Fine passenger elevator running direct to the schoolrooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec essary. The public is cordially Invited to call and inspect the college In lis new location. Both day and evening schools in sees ton ihe entire summer. Catalogue and Coll. ge ,'ontv nal free. Q, 8. Hough, President: N. (;. Fclker, Vice-President; E. C. Wilson, Secy. 5-4 ly 17IROBKL INBTITOTIS, CABADK UOSAS, LOS Angeles, Cal., Adams street, corner Hoover. Mrs. Carolyn M t N. Aldsn of Providence, R. 1., is now ready totjrganlre her 17th year of nor mal kindergarten ana post graduate courses. Prospectus sent upon application to Mrs. c. M. N. Alden, 44 Angell street. Providence, R, I. nfter July 20th to Los Angeles. 5-18 ti v!soitTlL\ND AND - f YPK WR IT I N(7 1•K A i - il tieallv taught, latent Pitman system, nt the I.ONULEY INSTITUTE, Spring and First sts. 3-7 tl A~STHCHY. ShoNTHAtrr), TYl*KtVl<t lis., J\ and Business Institute. Take elevator by People's (Store, Phillips block; send for cata logue. 10-1212 m rpEACHERB' CLASS PREPARING Foil fill's". J. ty examination; positions for governesses and teachers. 8. Spring. 12-25 tf A- WILLHTRTITZ~~MU6ICALBTUDIO, rooTi . 4, r«;'"mac' block. "-Li 1 y KXCeltelOMB. / yne PAY SAVED BY TAX [NO HMfvmuEUfa 'Sanla Fe excursions to Kansas ■DljniPWsatciiv, ft. Louis, Chtcago.New York and Boston. I<?a've Ix>s Angeles every Wednes day; personally conducted through to Chicago and Boston: family tourist sleepers to Kansas City and Chicago dally. Low rates and quick est time. Office, 129 N. Spring st. ly REAT CENTRMr"ROUTE~EXCrRSiONS. x I Experienced conductors through from Los Angeles to Boston; only Fix days to New York or Boston; tourist cars. F. E. HIIEARF.It. man ager. Office, 2-20 South Spring St., Los Angeles. ' 10-18-Sm OHlLLtre EXCURSIONS VIA DENY ER ANO 1 Rio Grande railway and . the great Bock Island ronta leave I/oa Angclesovery Tuesday; personally conducted through to Chicago and Boston. Office, No. 138 B. Spring at, 1-tf 10. JITDSON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST . every Wednesday via Halt Lake City and Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston. Manager in charge. Office, 212 8. Spring st. n-i tf ARCHITECTS. I'jURGE SS^)7^i<EiTVE,^rl ; J> lished for the last 10 years In Loa Angeles, ooms 7 and 8 (second floor), Workman block, Spring St., between Second and Third. 1-25 ly CB. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 132 SOUTH . Broadway. 8-7 1 y OO M * M A O TO K_«^ C. YOUNG, CONTRACTOR, 43 WIL ? son block. 8-10 ly iOONRAD 80OTivER,~C,"RANITF., BITUMIN' V' oils and asphalt paving. 22 iW. 1-irstm. cniito.pomar. BTAPFER. OHlR01*5r?I8T ANT masseuse, 211 W. First St., opp. Nadeau. 12-24 tf PATKN rg, COPIHIORTS. X M. HAZARD* TOWN'SENT\ ROOM!), DOWNEY Mock. Tel. 317, lus Anawt. i_i 22 11 _ Notice of I)iB»oluti*n of Corporation. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE OOUN ty of l.os Angele-, state of California—No tice of dls<olutloa of corporation, The Los An grles Uas Company. Pursuant to the erdcr of the court, notice la hsr< by given ihtt on tho 28 h day of April, 1 -''.1 ;Tip I,os Angeles Gas company and Ih" dtiectora thereof, by leave of cour„ first cli talned. fllea tn the office of the clerk of tne Superior Court of the county of Los Augelos their pvtulou lor the voluntary dissolution ot sard corporation. Ail prrsons interested will take notice that on Monday, the 12lh day of June, 189.1, the petitioner's will, naless objeotlans be lllcd, ap ply UTUe eeart Ut the oraer prayed for at De partments, in tho County Court House of. hi county o.' l.os \ugeWs. Ail persons hiring such objections must the asms w th tbe «->r.« of ihls court at ail) Urn* before tb, eipliatlea of this notice. Dated thia trS.n day «( April. 1803 of 00. Clark] T. H. WARD, Clerk. By T. r. • oway, Oeputy. i neney A Cronln, Alto, neys for retit'onera 4-29 46t Notice to Bridge Builders. OFF CB OF TUX BO »BO OF SUPERVIS ins of Los Angeles oonntTi CaiUorul , Mat lnth, 1893. No ice is hereby given that Reeled proposal wlli be received by the board of nip irvisors nj t" 3 o'clooK p. m. on Tbu sday. Juno i it, 1893 for the repairing of three bridges of ltt fet roadway on Ulchifian avenue tnt'aaa'a ro *i! district, two of aald .otic 11 f y [50; 100 span each, the olher ferly iA J ) fool sp>m. Ui ders will submit plans, spat flcUiou elraiu sheets and workl 4g detai Is, aud for fur tber informatics relit va thereto apply to th< clerk of the boarl oi supo vi ors. ttach bid mu,t be sccompained with a cer IQei chocs In tbe .urn of one hundred dollars (SIOJ made payable to T. H. Watd. county clerk The board reserves the right tj isject auv ol al bids. By oidor of the board of supervisors of Lo Angeles county, California. T. 11. WAKD, County Cierk. v y J. V. DcN'-rnnr*. 5-18 14' Soothern Pacific Company IMPORTANT CHANGE op TIME. APRIL 23, 1893. Trains lease and are due to arrive at LOS AMiEI.KS (IKCAIH DKI'OT, Fifth street, dally, as follows: Leave For db.timatioN. t Arr. From 8:80 a.m Banning alO 10 a m A 4-.30 p.m Bi- ning 4: 0 p.m Colton 59:21 am 8:80 am Colton Al0:10 a.m 10:30 am Colton 4:00 r.m 4:30 pm Coltou 6:15 p.m 8:30 a.m.. .Deming an 1 East... 4:00 p.m 830 a.m.. El Pa«o au l East... 400 p.m . .Chlno s8:21 a.m 8 30 a.m Chlno a»:50 a.m 4:30 p m Chlno Al0:10 a.m AB'IS pm O'jloo 6 15 p.m 9:»6 *.m long Bth it San Pedro 8:15 r.m 12:40 p.m San Pedro » Long Bnh 11:56 cm 6:80 p m I,orjg Bch A San Pedro 4:15 p.m 2:0o pni Ogden ,4 East, 2d class 7.30 a.m 10:40 p m Ogden A last, lstclaas 12:30 v.m 10:40 p.m.... Portland, Or 7:30 a.m • Rlri.-rs.de..- 59:21 am 8:30 a.m Riverside Al0:10 a m 10:30 a.m Riverside 4:00 pm 4:80 p.m Riverside ~ 6 15pm San Bernar'ino . s9 21 a.m 8 30 a.m Sun Bernardino ... a 10:10 a.m 10 30 a.m. ..Sanßernardlno.... 4:00 p.m 4;SO pm Sanßernardlno ... 6:16 p.m . . .Badlands 59:2 l a.in 8:30 a.m- R»dlande Al0:10am I" TO - m . "i-Hands 4:00 p.m 4:3opm Rowlands 6:15 p.m 2:00 p m 'an Fran. A aaeram'to 7:30 am 10:40 pni Ban Fiau. it Sacram'to 12:30 p.m. a 9:58 a.m ■janta Ans it Aualielsn 9:fiB a m 5:10 p m Santa Ana A Anaheim a 4:04 p,m 0:25 a.m 9arita Barbara .... 130pm 4:51 p.m . .eAnta Barbara .... 9:10 p.m 59:20 am ganta Monica .... 8:08 a.m n:3 i a.m Santa aonica .... 8:50 a.m 10:20 a.m.. Stnta Monica 18: iO p.m 1:10 p.m ....BantaMonlca 4:25 p.m 5:16 p.m . Sana Monica..... 5:37 p.m I 15 p.m! .. sintaMonica s6 33 n.m >9: '5 pm!.... StntaMon ca .... a 8:83 p.m 10:20 ami .. .roldlers' Home.... 80S a m fi;tspm. Soldiers' Home .. 6:17 r.m >9:20 a m . Port lxw Angeles. .. Sl2-.10 p.m fl9:3oanil Port Los Angeles... s4:!sp.m •10 i- • - ..Fort Loi Angetei... 56:37 p.m 81:10 p m . .Port Los Angeles... M>:3s p.m 4:52 pm| lustln 8:43 a.-n A9:4oam, Whittler 8:43 a.m 4:52 p.m I Whlttier A 1:45 p_m ~Ever7Biiud>y beginning at 10:10 a m there wlllbsnn hourly iriln servioa he'ween Sauta Monica >nd the mammoth wharf at Port Los An? Tes. Ijih train leares the mammoth wharf at 5:00 pm. X'ATALINA ISL AND. Southsrn Pacific company's trains connect al B«u Pedro with the fine steamship Falcon; Leave Arcade Depot Airlve. .. — 8:25 am Saturdays Mondays 4:15 p.Ti Take Banta Monica trains from Bin Fernauat street, Naud's innctton, Commorcial street, Arcade dep t, Joffarson streat (Wlnthrop sta tion), Grand avenue, or University. For north: A read a, Commercial street, Naud's Jiinetion, San Fernaedo atreet. For cast: Arcade. Coramerclrl street, Naud's Junction. For older branches: Arcade, Commercial stieet, Naud's Junction, Sa i Fernando streal. Local and through tickets sold, baggage checked. Pullman sleeping car reservations made, and general information given upon ap plication to J?M. CRAWLEV, As t. G Pas. Agt„ No 144 8. Spring st., cor. Second. OHARLH3 SKYLKR. Agent at depots, s Sundays only , A Sundays cicepted. BIUH D GRAY. Gen. Traffic Mgr. T. H-. G )ODMAN, Geu'i Passenger Agt. SOUTWRItN CALIFORNIA KAILWAT (litiiPASl. (Panta Fe Route.) IN EF.TECT SUNDAY, FBB. 20, 1893. Leave. j Arrive. " 5:15 p.m.. Chicago Limited.. .!* 7:50 a m * 7:00a.m Cvcrlan ' Express. .. * 6:>sp.m * 8:18 a.m t : an Hl-go Coast Line * I:lspm *4:Snp.m .fian DlegoL'oaßt Line. * 0:50 p.m *700 * » f 1 750 a m * 9:00a.m; . ,San Bernardino... * 9:55 a.m i * l:?8pml< Tia Pasadena ) I 1:26 o.m 1 * 4:00 p.»! * 6 36 p ni * b:l5 p.m I J • .:45 pm * 7:00 a. m- i.. .River-lde via ... i ( 1:25 pm * floo*tn < ..San Bernardino. .> 8:85 pin * I:2ft p.ml t J * 7:45 p m t 6:osam l Hiv islde and San i *10 15 i.m jll:00a.ro \ Bernardino > * 3:55 p m * 4:3'Jp,ra ' ..v a Orango i * 6:50p.m •7:00 a in fßedlends, Mentonel * 9:55 a.-n •tlOOte ....ami-Highland... t I:2spm * 1:25 pm \K via 6:35 p.m * 4:00 p.m) Pasadena | * 7:45 p.m * 8:15pm: I J t S-flAam (Redlands, Mentonei *10:16a.m <ll:00aw Jaud Highland, vla> » 3:65pm * A.aon.m! <Orau?o & Rlveiside) » 6:500.m If ■•viL--* -i lj- 1 f 7:85a.m * 9:ooam ...Azusa, Pasadeak,. i ~ *12;25i>.m! aud • 9:55 n.m | * 1:25 pm,-! lnteimedir te ... / } 1:25 p.m i •4:oopmi Btatlon-'. * 4:00 p.m ! » 8:25 p.m: * 6: 5 p.m * 7:oop.mi V J * 7:48 p m 1t0;.5a.m Pasadena * 7;.Oam * 6:lspm r . Pasadena ltl:81sVm t 0:05 a.m '.Santa Ana f S:soa.m * B:lsam Santa Ana tlOtlSajn * 1:50 p.ia Bant* Ana * 115pm * 4:30 p.m Banta Ana • 6:60 p.m •10 loam Redondo • 8:20a.m * 4,05 p.m Redondo • 3:50 p.m * 7:48 a.m BantaMonlca •10:00 a m Santa.Monlca .. • 9:43 a.m * 4:05 p.m BaniaMonica • 3 50 p.m Ssnta.Monica • 6.06 pm f 9 00 a.m can Jacinto v. Pasadena f 1 :25 p.m fll :00 n.m !J nn Jncinio via Orauge ( 3:55 p.m t 9:00 a.mlTemecula via Paaadenalt l'.'Sp.m fll :'JO a m . T emecula vl« Orange.. 110:15 p m i 8:16 a.m|Escondido v. Coast Line't 1:15 pm •Dally, f pally except Sunday. jSnndaysonly. I. W. McGEk, City Pas and ft Agt, 120 N. Spring St., Lns Angeles, ED. CHAM tfEltt), Ticket Agent. , First Sireet Depot. Depot at foot or First street. Los Angeles Terminal R'y Los Angeles depots- East end of First street and Downey avenue bridges Leave l.oi Anselea for Leave Pasadena for J'asadena, lxis Angeles. \ 8:38 a.m 7:15 a,m ' 7:10 a.m • 8:05 a.m * 8:00 a.m * 9:05 a m * 0:00 a,m. «10:35 a.m 10::<0 a.m M 2:00 m '12.1-5 p.m ♦ 1:05 p.m * 1:26 p.m • 2:05 p.m * 2 25 p.m • 4:e5 p m ••4:06 p m. • 6:25 p.m * s:io p m , • 7:05 p.m * 6:20 p.m • 0:30 p m 11:00 p.m *11:46 p.m Dim my ay nue leaving time 7 mlnte* lutar Lea I ns Angeles for Leave Aludeua for Allndeiia. lxis Angeles 10 30 am "11:35 a m 1 8:25 pm t 3:40 p m * 4:00 p.m , "6:00 p.m AU trains start from First-street depot. Leive Los~Angelea foi Leave Glcndale for Los G'.endale. Angele«. 1 6 15 a.m..? 7 25 a.m i B;is ~m t fl :05 a.m •12:00 m * 1:30 p.m * 5: 5 pm ' 6:15 p m Leave Los Angeles fo< Leave East San Pedro Long Krach and East for San Pedro. Lob Ang-les. * 9:15 a m • T<ls a.m 112:45 p m 111:15 a.m J 6.15 ), rs " 3:33 p m between Kast San Pedro and Long Beaoh 10 minutes. hn Galritl Valley Bapid Transit Railway (Mourovla Ulvlsion ) Lvs.c'l o< Augeles for Leave Nonrtivla for Monrovia. Los Anseles. t 7 55 . rat 6:55 a.m ■11. a n.m. * 8:55 am * 2:55 p.m •12:45 p.m * 5:23 pm * 4:00 p.m •I > i:),illy,exeent Sundays ISunrtarsonly. stages meet the 8:00 a.m. and 12:16 p.m. tn n« it Pasadena for Mt Wilson on new trail. Pcs - ci l pers.leaving Los Angeles on tbe B,a ra. trsin fot Wilson's peak can mum t »ssm<iday t, r nighis the 11 p m. train will wait 20 , r.-in ut s i-.fier the theater is out when later thaa 0:40 p.m. • ml r»te» to excursion and picnic partiea !b« » s ea«t*nd First street and Howney ay* -1 i idges. _ ueui tal offle»s, First-Street Depot B. Bt'RNsITT, Geinral Manager, Jj2 tf W. WINOUP, Gen. P*s£eug«r Agt, Ta!?TKSGA VALLEY RAILRO'D. On a: .1 ifier SATUKDAY, APRIL 15;h, trains wib run as follows: . „ i.ye we • cad lemple st Lye Hollywood. B::.<>a,m 8:00 a.m 10 0-1 a ill 9 :30 a.m 11.0 ia ro 10:30 a.m 1:30 p.m 1:00 P-m 2:80p.m 2:oT)p.m 3:30 p.m 3:0 >p m 6: op.m. - . 5 00 p.m tvttf s coonpNOW. Pr<s't. Pacific Coast S. S. Go. Goo hall, firkins a co, general Agentt. Ban Francisco Northern routes embrace llnea for Portland, Ore., Victoria, B. C, and Puget Pound, Alaska and all coast points. SOUTHERN ROUTIB. TIM« TABLE FOR MAT, 1998. lb Ay a saw rsuwcisco. For- j j Port Harford 8. B. Corona, May 2, 11, Santa Barbara 20, 29; June 7. Bedondo 8* n Pedro 9. 8, Santa Rosa, May 7, Newport 16, 26; June 3. Ban Die go For— ~~~ -. 8. Lea Angeies, May 0, Redondo 18,27; June 5. Ban Pedro and 3. S. knrcka, May B, 14, 23; wav ports June 1. LEAVE Saw PBDRO AND HMiOSBQ. For— i. 8. Santa J*Jay 9, 18, 27, June ft. Ban Diego 8. 8. Corona, May 4, 13, 22, 31; June 9 For— 8. g. Santa Rosa, May 2, 11, San Francisco 20, 29; June 7. Port Harfoid 8. S. Cor ,na, May 8, 15, 21; San ia Barbara lune 2. Fur— g. a. Kureka, May 8, 17, 26; Ean Fraaolsco June 4. and B, B. i os Angeles, May 3, war ports 12. 21, 30; June 8. Cats te connect with steamers via San Pedro leave S. P. R. R. depot, Fifth street, Los Ange les, at 9:25 •■.!!!. Passengers pgr steamers Corona and Ban»a Rosa, via Redondo, northbound leave Santa Fe depot at IU Va a.m.; or from Redondo Railway depot corner Jefferson street and Grand ave nue, 9 00 a.m. Passengers per Eureka and Loa Angeles, via Redondo, leave Banta Fe depot at 4:65 p.m. Pi ana of steamer*' cabins at agent's offlc -, where berths may be secured. The company reserves the right to change the steamers or their days of sailing. /f"*B—For passage or freight as above or for tickets to and from all Important points iv Europe, apply to W. PAKrtIS, Ac-nl, Ofllee, No, 124 W. Becond su, Loa Angeles. WW "HAW! "The Travelers' Paradise." .O/T Donot foiltomake ,hls delightful trip. *• II ». charms everyone. B \- Tue Oceanio 8. 8 II tf?Hk* 9 Compan»'a steamers w LimßjlT'* I rail twlfl 1 a month. W aSasafflj n Special rates forpar- V, IsßiHbf II ties of live or more. mS\UtSHlt\ Send 10c for -Ha °i'W&j^xßllMey.s wall," a psmplet o( X^SbbF^sß^vV 5 rare photogravures, to H. B. RICE, Agt, Oceanic a. B. 00., 124 W> st Second st Tickets, C. H. WHITE. 8. P. office: Burolck Block. 12-15 tl Railway. Winter Tim* Card No. 9. In Effect 5 a. m., October 3, 1892. Los Angeles Depot, Corner Grand avenue and Jefferson street. Take Orand ay. cable or Mala et. and Agri cultural Park horse ears. , Trains Leave * Trains leave Lns Angeles Redondo for Redondo for Los Angroes S OD a.m. daily 7:20 a m dsily 9:00 am. dally 9:10 a.m dally 3-8' >.ra. daily ll :00a.m. "ally 5:00 p. m. daily 4:46 p.m. daily Running time between Loa Angeles and Re dondo Beach, 50 minutes. Oity Ticket otlce at A. B. Greenwald's cigar store, corner First and Spring streets. GEO. J. AIKBWOBTH, J. N. SUTTON, President. Supt. R. H. THOMPSON, Vice President, Conipigflie Generate Traosatlantiqu". FRgNOB LINK TO HAVRE, COMPANY'S PIIR (NEW) NO. 42 North river, foot of Morton street. Travelers by this Hue avoid both tramltby Itngllsh railway aid the discomfort of crossing tbe cbaunel In a small b-»at. LA BRBTAGNE, May 6. LA BOURG JGNt. May 13. LA OHAMPAGNB, Mar 20. LA TODRAINB, May 27. LA BRRTAGNB. June 3. LA BoURGOUSB, June 10. For freight or passage apply to A. FORGET, Agent, No. 3 Bowline Green. Nctv York. J. F. FUGVZI & CO.. agents, 5 Montgomery •s-o , ss*n -pmnetatw. Bmncu omcß, 19 Mont gomery street. Tickets for sale by all rallroid and st -anishtp officer. 3-1 tf Notice Inviting; Proposals for the Purchase of Water Improvement Bonds of the City of Los Angeles. SEALED PROPOBALB WILL BE RECEIVED by the undersigned up to meeting of coun cil of the city of L?s Angeles to be held Mon day. May 22, 1893 at not later than 10 o'clock a.m. of that day, for the purchase of all or of any portion of 200 water lmorovement bonds of tiie city of Los Angeles, 100 of which are to be delivered and paid for within 10 days from the dale of the acceptance of the bi i, or as soon therra'ter as the bonds are ready for issu ance, and 100 lobs delivered and paid for four mouths from the date of the acceptance of tho hid, an 4 for ihe purchase «f all or of any por tion of 528 water improvement bonds of the cltyof l.os Angeles (which number Includes the 200 bonds above mentioned), 200 to be ue iivered as soon as tbe bonds are teady, not less 1 han 10 days from tbe date of the acceptance of the hid 200 to be delivered in six months aud 126 to be delivered nine months from tbe (late of the acceptance of the bid. Said bonds are to be of. the denomination of ffIOOO each, drawing interest at the rste of 5 per cent per annum, interest payable semi annually at the Chemical National bank of New York, and are to be issued under the pro visions and conditions of the act of the lcgls lalure of the stale of Ca.lfornta. approve! Marcu 19,1889 entitled "An act authorizing the Incurring of indebtedness by cities, towns and municipal corporations, etc," and also un der the provisions of ordinal No. 1436, 1451 and 1497, new series, of ssld oity, which said ordinances or eoptes thereof ma y be seen at tho oftlce ol the undersigned. Tsese bunds are a 1 dated January 1,1893, and are divided Into 26 blocks of 20 bonds each, and one block et 6 bonds, and beginning January 1,1894, one bond of each block will become dun and payable aneual'y. Proptieals will bo received fer the entire issue or for one or more blocks. No proposals for t heso bonds can bi enter tained at less than tbe.r face value and accrued lucres t. Proposals to be endorsed "Proposals for pur chase of bonds " Bonds wi 1 be ready for delivery about June 1, 1893. Bonds will be delivered by the city treasurer at bis office in the city hall, i.o- Angeles city. Tho council reserves tbe right 10 reject any and all bids By order of the council of the city of Los An geles at its meeting of April 17, 18H3. O. A. LUC KEN BACH, City Clerk and Ex officio Clerk of the council of th* CI .y of Los Ang-les. 4-21 32t Notice Inviting; Proposals for the Purchase of One Steam Engine, With a Hose Wagon and 1500 Feet of Hose. QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED O by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a m. of Monday, May 2J, 1593, for furnishing tho il'yof Los Angeles with ono new aecond-cla'S steam fire en in-, tosethcr wlthahosa wagou and 1500 feet of cotton frbric hose. Proposes will be received from bidders to furnish any or all app 'atas onuubiraled, e-ilher separately or a* a wools. Bidders will furnish de lgns with bid for one and to horsn hose wagon. A certified chsck to tbo order of the under signed for upon bids or tbe engine and $110 upon bids for the hose wagon, and $250 upon bids lor Are boss, must accompany each proposal as a guarante* that tbo bidder wl 1 enter into a contract If awarded to him, in con foiml.y with his bid. council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order o! tho council of th* city of Loi An geles at lis in-'* ing of April 24,1893. 0. A. LCDKENBAOH, CltyClorlr, . 27jHit. Notice to Creditors. OF BRIDGET WILSON, DE li ceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, executors of tho 1 st w 11 of Bridget WilaOH. deceased, to ihe creditors of, and all p r sons having claims against tho said de ceased, to exuibt tne s me with the necessary voueheis, within ten months after the first vunlleatlon of this n tice, to the said exocu tors of tha l«si will of Bridget Wilson, at No. 253 South Malnstront, Los Angeesclty, Cel., the same b-ihg the place of business of said estate tn tbe c m: \ of Lns Augo.cs. Dated ihis tHh day of May, a. D. 893. FRANK SiBICHL JOHN McCjNNAOHIE, Ixecutora. Smith di Winder, Attornoys for Executors 5-10 30t TEhRIBLY INCREASING. The Authorities of the Board of Health Give Borne Important Infcrmatlon Abost ihe Present Condition of thn People. At no time In the history of New York c'ty hare there been co many deaths from uueumo nl* as now. The official f)gu--.s show lhat nearly twice ea many deaths f.om this cause are occurring than lor the last five yea s, 'ihls is something terrible. Dr. John T. Nagie, Reglstiar of Vital Statis tics, says thit this Increase is due to the influ ence of grip. He says lhat grip may be called epldemlo Just now, and that iv the majority of Gates grip is a vital, contributing cur. - to pneumonia end all dangerous pnlmonary i rou bios, .t this time of tbo year, when we are chan«ing over from winter to spring, then Is always a low order of vitality; a reaction from the strains of the cet'.son. 'Sntj blood does not flow so full nor rapidly; tho st"uigth is les-. For this reason grip has a mau Baiter chance than at any r;hur season. 1 his is a time of year when people needlo bo careful, an.*, too much imp nance cannot he placed upou keeping the blood warm and in circulation. You 1 -.ust bring aouut - reaction lt you wish to avoid the pain and dangers of these troubles in time. There is but one wav by which a reaction can be brought about, and that Is by the use of a pure stiiuula t, prefera bly whiskey. But the great difficulty is that there are few whiskeys which are pure. The only really pure aud reliable whiskey known to the medical profession or tbe world is DufTy's Pure Malt. It possesses qualities known only to itself. It will bring about a re action and prevent cold, pneumonia or tho grip wtiers many so-called stimulants would fatf. It has saved moto lives and rolleved more sutfering than anythlig of a similar nature which was over known before to ihe world Notice of Sale of Real Estate Under Execution. QHERIFF'B BALE-NO. 4033. NOTICE OF kj sile of real estate under execution. Maggie 8. Aycrs, plaintiff, vs. James M Deasey and Fiauk Ward, defendants. By virtue of an execution issued out ofihesu perlor court of the city aud couuty of Ban Fran- Cisco.state of California, wherein MaggleS.Avcrs, plaintiff, and James M. Deas:y. et al., defend ants, upon a Judgment rendered the 7th day of Jnly, A. D 1802, for the sura of $-18 20, In law ful money of the United States, besides cost and Interest, 1 have this day levied Uoou all the right, title, claim and Interest of said defend ants, Jataes M. Deasey et al., 01, in aud to the followln* described real estate, situate In tha county of l.os Angeles, state of California, and bounded and described as follows: Fortyf4o) feet off the south stdo ot lot seven (7) of Hayes' addition to Sunset t act (lo tbe city snd connty of Los Ane.eles, stateof Califor nia, j, as per mapthereof recotdeU iv book 11, pagii 85 of mitcellan'ious records, in the 'office ol the county recorder of Loi Angeles county, which said property now stands on the record of said county iv the name ol Nellie D. Malley, wife of O. f. Malley. Pnbltc notice is hereby given that I will, on Monday. the22d day of May, A. l>. 1803, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the court house door of the county of Los Angeles, Broad way entrance, sell at public auction, tor lawful money of the United states, all the right, title, claim aud interest of ssld defendants, James 11. Deasey et al., of, in and to the above descried propcri y, or so much thereof as may be neces sary to aisc sntneien. lo satisfy said judgment, with Interest sndTosts, etc.. to the highest and best bl 'dor. bated this 28th day of Am i!. 1893. J. C. OLINE, Sheriff of Los Angeles Caunty, By J, 0. LOW S, Deputy Sheriff. J. G. Sevhbance Attorney for Plaintiff, , 4 28 i'rl 4t Notice to Whom It May Concern. PAWNBROKERS' AUCTION SALE ACCORD Ing to law of unredeemed gold, silver, filled case and nickel watches, dia mond and gold ear-rings, breast-plus, rings, slcove buttons, collar ' nitons, sil verware, rold headed catiea and umbrellas, clocks, guitars, mandolins, violins, banjos, p stols, guns, rifles, opera and field glasses, merchaum pipes and el iar. holders, overcoats, coats, panls and vests, valises, trunks, books, c ddl s, surveyors' instruments, drumsaad mn, sical Instrnmentr, and 1 all goods pawned with me from July 1. 1892, to January 1, 1893, at No. 143 North Main street. L. B. COHN, Pawnbroker. H. ETTLINfi. Auctioneer. 3 24 8m THE JUSTICE COURTS. Minor Cases Which Were Acted Upon Yesterday. Domingo Esquier was arraigned yes terday on a charge of grand larceny. It appeared from theevidence that Esquier and a friend drove over from Oorapton to thia city. Esquier Trent into a saloon leaving his friend outside, and coon ac cumulated a heavy load of liquor. His companion became impatient and drove away, and when Esquier emerged be was not in a condition to recognize his own father. Another buggy, belonging to Contractor Stratton, was standing outside the saloon, aud Esquier, who needed a buggy of some kind, got ineide and drove away. Yesterday Esquier ex plained that he was drunk and mistook the rig for bis own. Justice Austin dis missed the charge of grand larceny and fined the defendant $5 for his "j**." J.,T. Scboonover went to Frank Jen nings' sandwich stand last night and demanded a wienerwurst sandwich. The delicacy was handed lo him, but Scboonover being laden with wine in sisted that the sandwich wae composed of tbe flesh of swine, and beiug greatly incensed fell upon the sandwich purvey or and relieved his injured dignity by doing him up. The ham sandwich epi- Bode cost Mr. Scboonover just $10 yes terday when he appeared before Justice Austin. Mamie Andrews, an inhabitant of "Chippy Row," was arranged yesterday in Justice Auatins' court on a charge of vagrancy. Her counsel, J. Crawford, demanded a jury trial, and the case was set for hearing on May 20th. Tbe proceedings in the case of Thos. Reynolds, charged with assault with a deadly weapon, were continued until to day by Justice Austin. 8. Hill, colored, pieaded not guilty to a charge of petit larceny yesterday in Justice Austin's court, and tbe defend ant demanding a jury trial, his cane waa set for May 23d. Hill is charged with stealing a gold watch and chain from Marie la Ronde. A warrant was sworn out in the same court by D. M. Gephardt charging Fr?tU Lantenheimer with having committed the crime of battery upon the complain ing witness, the offense having taken place May 17th. Found, At the drug store, a vr'uable package, worth its weigth in gold. My bait .ra stopped falling and all dandruff' has dis appeared sincel foundskookum roothair grower. Aek your ,«ruggust snout it. Santa Monica Canyon. A picnicker's paradise. Trees, grass, wild flowers, running water, plenty of tables and benches. Southern Pacific Sunday trains run through. Round trip, 50 cents. Hourly trains betweon the cafion, the wharf and Santa Monica. Time) Plane 11 Terms 111 Of the Wolfskin tract auction sale as fol lows: Time, next iiiursday. Place, on tho tract.,. Tat rig, one-third cash ! hoi ance, one and two years I! Maps unJ catalogues, Los Angeles Land Bureau, 207 South Broadway. Soldiers' Ilomn JLoop L'ne. A new and delightful way f>f resetting Santa Monica. The view while circling the loop is ("rand. 7nke tho tt>:2<i a. m. train from Arcade depot. Round trip Saturdays and Sundays, 60 cents. Notice to TlotiS'ikeapeiv, For the beautiful Glenwood r| and cook etovee, far ahead of anvthinii in the market, go to W. C. Furrey & Co., Nos. 150 to 1 "j North Spring street. Wall Paper. 10-ccnt paner now 5 Cents a roll: to-csnt pa per now 10 cc" .» r. roli; omttossed --old piss at for cents. lngrsdns,Je*t,ner fturtllnarostd Walton 50 pc-1 ont off at 207 r. ;-prlr.' :,(r, ct SUPREME COURT OPINION A MBECTOR3' BSLHOTiON Til 41 , DID NOT bTICK. The Troubles of a San Uiogo Wood ani Coal Company—onditment <sf> firmed In a Ban :,uts Obispo Case. An opinion by thn suprerre court in the case of E. Q. Dulin, raspondent, va The Pacific Wood and Coal companj and B. 0. Clugston of San Diego, appel lants, wm received yestorday b7 Deput| Clerk Sesnon for filing in the Lob Ani geles office. It vras an appeal from au qrder ot the lower court, being a motion for a stay of proceedings under the judgment ren dered, and the eupretue court denies the motion. The facte of the eaae were that at a meetiug of the stockholders of the Pa cific Wood and Coal company of San Diego, held November 17, 1802, for the election of live directors for the ensuing year, the appellant, B. IV Olugston, was delared elected one of the directors. The respondent, E. O. Dnlin, claimed that certain votes offered to be cast for him should have been received, and that if they had been he would have been elected instead of Clugaton. December 10th he filed a petition in the BUpsrior court of San Diego county, praying the court to set aside the elec tion and confirm his election as director. Jannary 25th of this year the court gave judgment in bis favor, directing that Dulin's election be confirmed. The judgment was appealed from and a stay of proceedings asked, and that Bulin be restrained from interfering with the manaijement of the business. In their affidavits each party states that after the election he was elected president of the company. It also ap peared from the affidavits that after the Judgment was entered the corporation brought an action against Clugston for the purpose of preventing him from treepaeeing upon its property; and that by virtue of the processes issued there in, he wae ejected from certain premises belonging to the company, and Dulin look possession of them, and Dulin was excluded from the management. The court after discussing the effect of the writ of supersedeas asked for in tbe case at some length says that tbe only effect of the judgment is to leave the parties in the same situation with refer erence to the rights involved in the ac tion as they were prior to its rendition. In conclusion denying tbe motion the court Bays: "While this proceeding was pending in the court beiow, that court had no authority by virtue thereof to en join Dulin from assuming to act as a director, and after it had adjudged that he had been duly elected one cf the directors, there would have been a man ifest inconsistency in enjoining him from acting as such director. The appeal from that judgment cannot confer upon Clugston any greater right to an injunc tion against Dulin than he had prior to its rendition. The court limited its ac tion to ascertaining the result of the election, and did not grant any relief in the premises other than to confirm the election of Dnlin, and to declare that Clugston was not elected. No other pro ceedings have been had or attempted in the judgment itself does not contemplate or authorize any other proceedings, or any process to enforce it. An opinion was aleo received affirming the judgment of tbe San Luis Obispo Crrantr puuerior wwr* c?r<s>sßinst <h not* .. . . 1 . _, i-: . vt . ■ , 1 . suit in the case oi First National bank of Ban I .Hie Obispo, appellant, vs. L. If. Simmons and" E. M. Ilall, co partners, defendants, and E. M. Hall, respondent. It was an action on a promissory note for $5000. At tbe close of tbe evidence on the part of the plaintiff the defend ant, E. M. Hall, moved for a non-snit as to him, on tbe ground that the evidence did not show that he wae one of tbe makers of the note, and the conrt grant- ' ed the motion, The partnership was originally between Simmons andCbarles F. Hall, son of E. M. Hall, who, when dangerously sick, and before his death, signed a bill of sale of his interest to bis father with Simmons's consent. Tho court, in deciding the case, says: "Assuming, for the purposeof this ap peal, that tbe evidence tends to prove a transfer of the interest of Charles. F. Hall (o E. M. Hall, between August Ist aud October Ist, 1800, and also that Simmons accepted E. M. Hall as a part ner at tbe time of the transfer; yet, these facts alone did not make E. M. Hall responsible on the note upon which this action is brought, wbioh had been made by the Urn composed ef Sim rows and Charles V. Hall a year before E. M. Hail caiue into the firm. In order to make E. M. Hall liable on that note it must have been proved that, in some way, ha assumed the obligation created by it. Of this, however, there is no evi dence whateveir." The non-snit was properly granted, and the judgment is affirmed. EXCURSIONISTS. A Party from the Rut Arrives Via the Santa Fe. The iollowinik named arrived from the east yesterday via the Santa Fe roots: J. W. Bridge, Miss C. Mason, Mit,s Q. Simpson, Boston; K. McHngh, Lowell; Mre. B. Mclnerney, Fall River; F. It. Minster, Chicago; Joseph L, Marsh, Worcester, MaBS.; H. D. McLeod, Chi cago; Mrs. E. B. Grant and farndy of three, Richmond, Ind ; F. HafTord, Mrs. Safford, Miss M. Safford, Rutland; W. Staunton, A. Kern, Ottilia, Ou*.; Mrs. A. Devan end family t>* three, Halifax, N; S ; Dr. L. V. Lorir.R, U. 8. A., Kan sas City ; Mrs. A. E. Murphy and aietAit, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams*)**, ludepenaence, la.; Mrs. S. L. Hanson, Itooneville, M,0.; O. Wprague, Mrs. Sprague, Manetield; F. R. Smith, Oik land, 111.; Dr. J. Par.ions, Kansas City ; H. C. Curtis, St. Louis; Miss Ella Wolfe, elocutionist, Lebanon Sphnits, Mo.; Mrs. R. Wiles, Wheeling; Mrs. W. A. Freeman and family of ti,r«e, Rolla; ft. W. Bartlett, J. W. I'nga, Boston; Mre. Gale, Misb Gelo, Las V"sf\a, N. M.; Miss M. Wolfe, HamilUm, Oat; Sb»< nli ■ r.e Convulsions, A TtJBIIiING KXCIRIEN'-g.—'C.,070 IS tl'» OW) .rat at iomo ptriou in i:le hai an "T;iert«UC« that stands out nromnonl. v bovond nil olhcs. Such is the case .it Jclui !;. Collins ol Roraio, Ml a., wbo Bar.: "Prom to Jan uary, before uslti" Nervine, .'Pail at toast i 5 couvulslons. 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