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rersons wanting situations, help or wishing
to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad
vertise in The Hkkai.d.
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER j
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
LOS ANGELES CITY WATBH
company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rule: The hours for sprinkling»re between
0 and 8 o'clock a.m and b' and H o'clock p.m.
For a violation of the above resolution the
water will be shut off and a tine of 93 will be
charged beiore the waler will be turned OB
again. 8-17 tl
CREOBOZONE, FLOOD'S ROUP CURB,
Sprayers, Bone Mills, clover ( utters, l'eta
luma Incubators and Brooders and all poultry
supplies. Kb. OAWSTON, 330Lj 8. Spring,
7-9 lm
"If R3. JONASTHORNTON LEF. " I.V 11' I 1 1.
itl her husband's bed and bosi I, twill no!
M responsible for any bill she may oi :ract or
any actions of hers. J. THORNTON. "-133t
*T TNf'I.E SAM WINE CELLARS. E. FLEUB.
U Wholesale and retail. Sonoma and Nap!
dry and sweet wines. Brandies, whiskies.
401-400 N. lj)s Angeles st . li-25 fin
BIG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
Works; all kinds of painting and repair
lng. 138 San Pedro st., between First and Sec
ond sis., Los Angeles. 7-8 ti
1-tIFTY DOLLARS TO NOTHING THAT
1 Drake's tuinales are the cleanest and best,
material and workmanship considered.
F.~SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE,
• 1 It! ( enter plaeo. 1-1') tf
KUL'C&TIONAL.
rpUE WoSSbURY BUSINESS COLLEGE HAS
A. removed to tlie upper floor of the Stowell
Jda%k, U2t) South Spring street. It has now the
argest and finest business college rooms in the
State, and the largest uttendni.ee of any com
mercial school south of Sun Francisco. .Fine
passenger elevator running direct to tiic
schoolrooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec
essary. The public it cordially invited to call
end inspect the college in In new location.
Both day and evening schools In session the
entire summer. Catafogne and College Jour
nal tree. G, s. Hough, president: N. G. Felker,
Vice-President; B. C. Wilson, See'y. D-4 ly
oTaNGELES BFSIXESS rnLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOI*
(Incorporated) 144 Booth Main street.
Largest aud best equipped business training
school on the const. Thorough and practical
courses In tlie commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
brunches. Large, able and mature faculty of
Instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at college office, or write for
elegant catalogue. K. V. SHKA DER, president;
F. W. KELSEY, vice-president; L. N. INBKEEP,
secretary. 8-l(i-*l»l if
I" AT SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (IN
.Jm eorporated). New studies. Entrance in
Chamber of Commerce. L GARDEM-MAC
LEOD, principal. Pasadena Tuesdays and
Fridays. 6-2Ts tf
A" STBUBY, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
and BnslneM Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips block; tend fir cata
logue. 10-13 18m
lOfcshlfcGELES (INCOrV
J porn ted) for kindergartnfci*. Addles Ml:-.
NO It A D. MAYIIEW, o7(> W. Twenty-third st
5--J9 tf
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING—SPEC
iaI summer terms. LO.NGLKY INaTITI'TL,
Spring and First sts. Ji-7 tf
A™ WILHARTITZ WIIj7 It LTV I i N~~Fib >M
, the east Hepl em her Ist. Bjj ly
DAY SAVED BY TA KING
\ /Santa Fe excursions to Kansas
C ity, St Louis, Chicago, New York
anoTßoston. Leave Los Angeles every Wednes
day; personally conducted through to Chicago
anil Boston; family tourist sleepers to Kansas
City and Chicago daily. Low rates and quick
est'time. Office* 1-i* N. spring st. 7-1 6m
-pHII.LIP.S~ "EaHT-BOPND ' EXCURSIONS -
X Personally conducted; via Denver and
Rio Grande ami Kock Island Routes; leaves
Los Angeles every Tuesday and Friday, cross
ing the Sierra Nevndas ami passing the entire
seenerv on the Rio Grande by daylight* Office,
138 South Spring street. 7-1-tf
GRKAT~('EXTRA~L R< d'TE ENTUKsIoNs!
Experienced conductors through from
Los Angeles to Boston; only six days to New
York or Boston; tourist cars. K. E. SHEARER,
manager. Oihce, South Spring St., [X>l
Augeles. 10-lb" dm
X C.J UDBQN 6 OO.'B EXCURSIONS EAST
el • every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist ears to Chicago and Boston*
Manager in charge. Office, 212 S. Spring st.
0-1 tf
l"\n. DIFFBNBACHER, 119 Us.
1 /Spring Allt el, litMi:i> ! it ml
2 ' l '' Al ' ll 1 nI:11 v! 11,1 v ' ! " tl " 111
1882—Established—1882.
BR. L. W, WBXliSj COR. OF SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson 1 >li»c*k; take elevator.
Ciokt crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. iu4-tf
R. H. ~T<>I.H URBT, 11EN TIST, 108" £ N.
Spring fat., rogms 2, y and 7. Painless ex
traction, u-ao tt
F~ RANKSTEVEXB, 324'Ts<» r TH SI'RIXGST\
<n i n snndin aid i-vm i ii-.f by electric li;t lit.
PHYtiICI ANS.
MRS. 55! W ELLS. —OFFICES IX HER BRICK
block, 127 E. Third st., between Main and
Los Angeles; diseases of women, nervous, ree
tul, sterility and genito-urinury diseases; alao
electro therapeutics; hours. io to 4, 7 to 8.
G-14 tt
RS. DR. .7. If. BMI TlI, SPECIALTY m77>
wifery. Ladies cared for during enntihe
ment at 727 BeUevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1119. 0-28 if
EOltttK 11. BEAC'II, _ .M."1»., OFFICE"A M>
" residence, 131 North Sluing street Office
hours, Bto 12, ItoD, 0 to 8 P.m. Telephone
4,j:t. U-3 tf
MUsu; . i..
Til? RAMMER ME YE It
First-class music furnished for balls, par
ties, concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., taught, ottiee at Eitsgerald's
juusic store, corner North bprlng and Fi-anklin
streets. 10-11 ly
T~OS ANGELEB CON>i:iiVATOK YOF 3uBIC
J / and Art; open all the year. 31 Its. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, president, V, M. 0. A. Butld
liig, Broadway and Second street. 8-14 ly
TJAN.IO, BY MISS M. E ASTIWRY. BAND 6
Ay stringed taught. Studio 51; take elevator
by People's store, I'liULps' hlock. 11-1- ly
M"«7> M; ii i«•
M' RR PARKER. CLAIRVOYANT—CONSUL
tationon business, love, marriage, disease,
mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take Uni
versity electric car to Forrester aye. and Hoov
er street, go west on Forresu v aye. three blocks
to Vine street, second house on Vino wostof
Vermont aye. *>--'" j f
1.1 KltS \Sl> Jt'iMlN iftlttl.
M" 'if ntol'uLlTA NSTSA M DYE WORKS, 24 1
Franklin street; tine dyeing and cleaning.
l-ia-tf
7>ARIHAN DYE WORKS, 275 MitTII MAIN
X street; best ilyiill.u- ill the city. I-13-l I
M~~T6tTir~sT ; AND
masseuse, 211 W. First st., opp. N'adcuu.
12-24-tf
WAN IKB - HELP.
FREE,
M employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880.
office, 310'j South Spring street, residence 451
South Hope street, corner Filth, Los Angeles,
Cal. Telephone, U3. 8-lti tf
"■"JETTY, HUMMEL A CO., EMPLOYMENT
I agents, 131-133 W. First st. Telephone 809.
Under the Los Angeles National bank. Help
of all kinds carefully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-(> tf
W ANTsCO-MISCICLI. A NKorTS.
TT7ANTED—A MODEL RANcT?TnSAIVToS
vv Anceles city, attractive location and nice
buildings, full-bearing citrus or deciduous
fruits or nuts, already (not prospectively)
yielding liberal profits an money to De invest
ed; U good income annually must Ihj assured;
will not pay a single dollar for climate; 1 have
cash to buy the right place, and 1 desire to
deal with owners only. JOHN P. P. PECK,
242 S. Broadway, room 9. 7-13 It
ANTED -TO ~I ENT—WK ARE HA VING
a run on us for cottages and two-story
bouses and our list is nearly exhausted. J. 0.
OLIVER ,V CO., 237 W. First St. 7-13 4t
W~ ' ANTED--A GOOD* LOT~~IN~THE PARK
tract; can pay !f4OO cash, balance one
year at 10 percent. J. C. OLIVER A Co., 237
W. First si. 7-13 21
LOST AND FOUND.
RECOVERY
or information leading to it, of Cleveland
pneumatic, No. 2j95, taken from Spring st.
11. 11. PARKER, 22111 l.n» Angeles st.
P B
TJEBSONAL—COFFEE FRESH ROASTED ON
J. our giant coffee roaster, lava and Mocha,
35c lb. Mountain coffee. 3Bc ; Germea, 20c;
rolled rye, 10c: 4 lbs rice, 9Be; 3 pkts starch,
25c; 8 lbs corn meal, 15c; id lbs brow n sugar,
■I: 15 lbs granulated sugar, #1; 5 lbs dried
peaches, 25c; 5 lbs raisins. 'J.'pc; 10 lbs navy
beans. 25c; can tomatoes, 10c; 3 cans corn
beet, 25c; can baked beans, 10c; extract beef,
25c; Hire's root beer, 15c; 4 bars Dinmore's
soap, 25c; can coal oil, Bo*j 3 lbs leal lard,
3iV; picnic hams, 14'oC lb. ECONOMIC
STORES, 305 8. Spring. 7-5 tf
i->>:rsonal"ralph br'osl — oo"ld bar
1 Hour, .f1.20, city flour, 85e; granulated
sugar, l.'dbsifl ; brown sugar,2ollmsl; raisins.
51bs, 25c; sardines, 5 boxes, 25e; table fruit, 3
cans, 50c; Midland coffee, 25c lb; eastern oil,
BOkj gasoline, BOc: 31b can corned beef, 15c;
lard. lOlba, #1.10; albs, 55c. 001 South Spring
street, corner Sixth.
MESMIS'S FEMA LB PI Ll* AS A 8 PECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief tor
painful and Irregular menses- from whatever
cause. For sale by FREEMAN A CARPER, .02
Ninth Spring street. 5-9 ly
1 > W7 POINDEXTER. 305 W. BECOND
Ik. street, offers gilt edge mortgages in any
amount. Parties drawing money Irom hanks
can invest with absolute safety by calling at
lay office. 7-1 2m
"[ HE kYPSY QUEEN .ASTROLOGER AN!)
I fortune teller remains one week longer;
reads vnur entire life: advice In business,
stocks and love; genuine Egyptian charms at
S. Spring st., room 10. 7-12 3t
I)ERSON AI^W. W. TA YLOR, LAW YEIt
121' j South Broadway, room 2. Probate
and insolvency law a specialty. Advice free.
7-23 ly
FOX KENT—HOICKS.
I-i'oß itENT-FIVK-ltnoM COTTAGE AT s?S
' I>ct month; furniture for sale for #75.
Call at llli W. Twenty-third st. 7-U 3t
[TtOB RENT—S-IiOOM CO TTAGE, l'.'O Son II
i Hi lhnan street; #15. Apply A. BARLOW,
lifl South Bellman street 7-13 tf
I/OR RENT—NICE EliiHT-ROOM IIOUBE,
17 corner Dow ney and Grilltii, East Los Ange
les, I(ijs per month. 7-2 tf
I->OR RENT—GENERAL RENTAL AND COL-
I lection Agency. F. B. HARBKRT A CO.,
147 S. Broadway. 7-8 lm
IJHMt RENT—"-ROOM ('OTTAGeTi'ARTLY
1 furnished Apply 315 N. Grand aye. 7-8 tt
FOR RENT— HOO MS.
roil RENT—TWO FURNISHED ROOMS IN
1 private family tor gentlemen wltn. reooin.
incnilation. 82(1 South Hills'. 7-7 71
FOX KXCHANG E
ITiOR EXCIIANGE— FOR I.OS ANGELES CITY
property, 10 to 30 acres excellent fruit
land, wiiii house, barn, etc., set in prunes, ber
ries mid peaches, in tbe Azusa district, irriga
tion water.
Silo 14 acres agricultural land on San Gab
riel river: richest of bind and highly culti
vated; house on land; #.0 per acre.
Also 40 to too acres, 30 miles north, fenced
and highly er.ltivided, in artesian belt; house
and stable; #25 pet acre.
Also 28(1 acres and 533 acres in Pecos Co.,
Tex., at #J per acre.
All these tracts are unincumbered; prefer
ri'sidenees ami bouses or lota in southwest part
of Los-Angeles City,
JOHN P. P. PECK,
7-13 It <M9South Broadway, roomO.
fyoli" EXCHANGE- A 2-ACRE FARM W i l li
fruit airifniee bouse in Downey, for a bouse
and lot in pity worth SBOBO, clear and will not
asajime. DEAN, GILBERT at CO., 13s' a South
.--Wing stn et. 7- 3 31
111 stMauaa OPPOM i I Alllfcs.
1808 SALE— A PRINTING OFFICE WITH A
No. 1 outfit for country paper, also doing
large uniount of job work in one of the he-:
towns in Southern Cnlifomia. Price, 88000;
this is no dead thing but will bear investiga
tion. DEAN, GILBERT A; CO., 138' i South
Spring street. ,-13 31
I "(>R BALE—A 1 ICS IN E SS, WELL L() CAT E D
I on Spring street. #tilM> buys ihe wbole.
Has living rooms in back of the store. Rent
cheap. DEAN, GILBERT it ( 0., 13b'i 8. Spring
St. 7-13 3t
li«)\f, -FR, ''T~STAND, CLEARING #3 or
•7— OU more a dnv; on principal street; this
must be sold at once; snap. HENRY .1. STAN
LEY 7-13 1 t
A TIUK.NK VS.
T.u""k. HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
tt Bryson-Bonebraks block. TelephonesBB.
I radices in nil the courts, slate uiul federal.
7-1 tf
/TeO. hTyToRD" ATTORNEY AND Cor N
VT selor at law, rooms 13 und 13, LanfrSßOO
building, 218 North Main street, Los Angeles.
Telephone 11*17. I'raftiees in all state and
United Slates courts. 3-1!) tf
JAIIM W. StACIKiNAI.P, MOVE WICKS, SI. L. WICKS.
At'li KSA- WICKS A MA (DON.W.I), ATTOR
II nt ys al low. Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4, Moore
building, Court .street, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 1185. 7-1 lm
V GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DKVRBoRN
• sirect, Chicago, 111.; 28 years' experience:
secrecy: special facilities In several ita tea.
Goodrich on Divorce, with law s oi ull states, in
press. tt-4 tf
A. W. HTTTON. (lI.IN WEI I.IIOKS.
YI'ELLBORN A lIUTTON, ATTORNEYS AT
tt tow, rooms SB.SBW and "-d, Temple block,
junction Spring and Main, Arlgcles, Cal.
7-4 3 m
HUNSAKE tt A < iOODRII It, LAWYERB,
rooms 1()3 and ID4 Phlllipi Bl'ick, corner
Soring mid Franklin sis. Telephone 113u.
7-0 tf
T> J. ADf'OiTkTTfTORNEY; SPECIAL AT-
Jk« tantion given to the settlement of estates.
115 West First street. 4-li tf
I"V IvT'IR ASK, AT I ORNBY AT LAW, ITL-
I /. ton block, 207 New High street, Los An
geles. 1-lli If
VTTM. POLLARD, ATTOBNEY AT" LA W,
tt room 3, Allen block,' Temple uiul Spring
slrccts. 2-21 If
MIIMt , 111 l.l» AN.
IJACIFIC LOAN COMPANY jirNOOBPOR
ated) loans money in any amounts on all
kind- of col lateral security, diamonds, jewel ry,
sealskins, merchandise, etc. Also on pianos,
iron and steel sales, aud professional libraries,
without removal; and mi furniture in lodging,
boariling houses and hotels, without removal.
Partial payment! received. Money quick.
Business confidential. Prlvateomces ior ladies.
W. E. DEGROOT, Manager. Rooms 2, :i and 4,
114 South Spring street. 0-29 tf
MONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGES, 6 PER
cent net on first-ehiss property for amounts
of 810,000 and over, on hums under 810,000
no commission will be charged. No expense
for examination of city property and no delay.
MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK TRUST CO.,
420 Soulh Main street. 3-l-oin
J~F WITHOUT DELAY,
DO commission, prevailing rates ot interest,
sec Security savings Hank, l-,. Main. 4-1-ly
V > I N It V Mi MGJSUNH.
touuillon. FHENCH VETKUINARY
A f surgeon—has the medal and is a member
Of tile Society of Universal Sciences—w ill lake
charge of all operations. Ooltsend otherani
nmls gelded. Cure guaranteed of diseases of
the mot aggravated nature. Moderate charges,
Office, SCIItOUS block, rOOm (i, Los Angeles.
(i-17 If
a I.OUI i r.ti i -..
I»URGEBB J. REEVE, ARCHITECT, ESTAB
> listied for the lost 10 years in I.os Angeles.
Rooms 7 and 8 (secondfloor), Workman block,
Siu ing st., between Second and Third. l-2ii ly
Oil. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 132 S. BROAD
• way, bet First and Second. 8.7 ly i
LOS ANGELES HERALD, TITURSDAY MORNING. JULY 13. H>93.
FOB SALI—CITY FROPBKTY.
JIOR SALE—
NOTICE.
I advertise nothing but what are genuine
bargains and will hear fullest Investigation. If
you want to be treated fairly and squarely, call
on me. Fruit stands, cigar stands, bakeries,
restaurants, shoe stores, groceries, stationery
stores, lodging houses. We have a good list of
all tbe above businesses at all prices.
NOTICE.
After .Inly Bth I w ill be located at my new
office, NO. 343 6. BROADWAY, NEXT CITY
UXLL - HENRY J. STANLEY,
6- 18-tf 337 West Second st
J~jioK PALE—CHEAPER THAN THE CIIKAP
' est, forcssh or on monthly instalments.
#350— House II rooms, New Jersey street.
#400—House 4 rooms, East First street.
8800 -House 4 rooms, close in; lot 40x150,
fenced; well of good water.
#1550—it-room house on Myrtle avenue, bet
Beyi nth and Eighth.
#2250 —Large house. 4 rooms, near same.
Small protlts and quick sales.
JOHN P. P. PECK,
7- 13 It 242 Soulh Broadway, room 0.
"PGR SALE — TRA('TS~()F 1 TO TWENTY
Jl acres adjoining city, suitable for rcsi
,l< noes, vineyards, berries or citrus and decidu
ous fruits* at #50 to #200 per acre, cash ; these
are bargains sure, and will be on tbe market
hut a short time. PECK, 242 S. Broadway,
room 9. 7-13 It
tc'tAAft CASH — BALANCE MONTHLY
»T_\™Hr payments, will buy the very best
forty room lodging-house in the city; house al
ways full: furniture all new; location best In
the city: a great bargain; see this at onco
HENRY J. STANLEY, 227 W. Second st. 7-13 11
"I"* OR 8 A t.E — IX)T ttOx ISO - NORTH E ABT
V corner of Twenty-fourth and Grand avenue.
Price low.
Fir-i-clas-s gentle driving horse and buggy
and cash to exchange for desirable lo\ Apply
to owner, ALFRED ( ooi'EK, attorney at law,
81 and S3 Temple block. 7-2 tt
AM I.'ST BE SOI.II MAKE YOI'R - OFFER- A
,tl splendid comer on West Adams: having
frontage to Adams of 185 feet, to Hoover *.7u
feet, to Tol erman 403 feet and Davis street
800, Will be sold in one or two parcels. G. C.
EDWARDS, 2:io West First street. 7-13 3t
-poll SALE VERY CHEAP — HOUSE 4
V rooms, porches, bath, flowers, etc., on Pearl,
near Temple; some one will get a great bargain
Within 10 days; fair warning. 242 8. Broad
way, room 0. 7-13 It
— DESIRABLE CHEAP LOTS
' nicely located, not far from Washington
street. Address BARGAIN, box 30, Herald Of
fice, No real estate dealers need apply.
vif fflfk— FOR SALE-NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE
M HHI on Victoria street: monthly pay
ment! ffls. ALLISON BARLOW, 22"? West
Second streeL 7-21 tf
ONAP BARGAI.N'-50x125 ON MAPLE AVE
n nue, between Sixth and Seventh, #!>UO.
a. Cj EDWARDS, 230 West First st. 718 St
t"OR~ "BALE-5-ROOM - HOUSE." ADDRESS
1 424 Berpard street. 7-13 lot
FOX SALE —COUNTRY PROPERTY.
I "OR SAI E—AT 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR,
12 acres of good land, worth without any
improvements S2OOO, The improvements con
sist of a 10-room two-story frame house, with
all modern improvements; a barn, IW-Story
frame and painted; tine artesian well; also
wind-mill and tank, wood lot,cow and chicken
corrals and email deciduous fruit orchard.
These improvements cost over #5000, and the
place was sold about 3 years ago ior $7000
cash. Now in order to raise money we will
sell this tine home, just south of University,
Hhout three miles. Terms, #1500 cash; bal
mice .111 tune. DEAN, GILBERT At CO.,
8. Spring St. 7-13 3t
SALE —WE H~A~V~E SOME FINE
1 ranches in the celebrated peat land in Or
ange county; richest land in the world for corn
and aiialfu'; abundance of water. We sell all
the way from 880 to #100 per acre, improved
and unimproved. This is a great hog eOuntrv.
J. C. OLIVER A CO., 237 W. First st. 7-13 3t
FOX NALK-lIItICKLLANKOIH.
1" 7OR BALE—3SOO FEET SECONDHAND 10,
12, 14 and 10 inch riveted water pipe, at a
bargain. HARPER'S PIPE WORKS, Second
and Vine streets. 0-14 tf
FORSALE— HOUSEHOLD GOODS OF~FOUR
rooms and kitchen. 1613 Ed st., nesr San
Fernando street depot 7-11 5t
ttOH SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
to suit at this offlcg.
FINANCIAL.
$1,500,000.
1 7 MONEY TO LOAN.
LOWEST rates.
Agents for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
SOCIETY OF S. F.
Building loans a specialty.
Bonds ptirrliaaed.
Real estate sold.
Estates managed.
Agent Sun gire of London,
oldest company in tbe world.
R.- G. LUNT,
5-2.5 Om 227 W. Second st.
J7MSR SALE.
MUNICIPAL SCHOOL BOND 9
NETTING 6 AND 7 PER CENT.
Next to Government in Character.
DE VAN A RUTLEIIGE,
No. 8 Court at
0-22 2m
ONBY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages,bicycles, ami all kinds of personal
and collateral security, lee duos., 402 s.
Bpr'ug -t. (1-1-11
CONTR4JUTOKB.
SJRANK C. YOUNG, CONTRACTOR, 43~\VIL
800 block 8-10 ly
fIONRAD BCHERER,~GRANITE, BITUMIN-
V pus and asphalt pavimr. 27 W. First st.
ABSTRACTS.
A BBTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
x\. pany of I.os Angeles, northwest COrnerof
Franklin atid New Higlt streets. m 1 7 tf
PATH! NTS, COPYKIUHTS, ETC.
nAZARD A ToWNSENb, ROOM <J, D() WN'EY
block. Tel. 347, i.os Angeles. 11-'JJ It
MISCELLANEOUS.
MRS. LOUISA SCHMIDT, MASSAGE AND
electric treatment; vapor baths and OXJ
trcii inhalation. 350' a s. lirondwity. T-FJlin
Notice for Publication of Time for
ProviufeT Will, Etc.
IN THE BUPER OR COURT, BTATE OF CAL
lfornla, county of l os Augeles— ss
In the matter of the estite of Jesse H. Burks,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that Tuesday, the
18th day ol July, 1893, at 10 o'clock a. m., of
said day, at tbe court room of this court, de
partment two thereof, in tbeciiy ol Lot *.n
geles, county of t.os Augeles, aud of Cali
fornia, has beua appointed as tbe time aud
pUce for hearing the application of Mrs. 8. D.
Barks praying that a document now on file in
this court, purporting to be the last will and
tetumem of said deceased, be admitt d to i-ro
batc, that letters testamentary be issued thereon
to her, at which time and place all persons in
terested therein appear aud contest tbe
same.
Dated July 3d, 1803.
•i. 11. WARD, County clerk.
ByC. W Blake, Deputy
A H. Judsou, attorney for petitioner.
7-5 lot
City Assersmeut Rolls..
NOTICE 13 HERBBY GIVEN THAT THE
city assessment rolls of the city of l.os An
geles for tbe fiscal year 1893-94 have b :en
completed by <he city assessor and delivered to
tbe t iiy clerk of sa d city, and that the council
of said city wll meet as a board ot enualiza
tion to esamiue tbe arsessmentrollsaud equal
ize the assessor nt of property, at the council
chamber, on Monday, the 17th day of July,
18113, aud will continue In session f omday to
day until tbe builuessof equalization Is dis
posed of. but nt later than tbe 15th day o!
Aurust, 18U3. and that in the meantime he
aa d asse ement books will remain in the office
of the city clerk lor the Inspection of all per
sons interested.
0. A LUCKENBACH,
7 4 43t City clerk.
Notice to Whom it May Concern.
1-JAWNBKOKKRB' AUCTION SALE ACCORD
ing to law of unredeemed gold, silver,
filled case and nickel watches, diamond aud
gold ear-rings breast-pins, rings, sleeve buttons,
collar buttons, silverware, gold-headed caujs
and umbrellas, clocks, aultars, mandolins,
violins, banjos, pistol), guns, rifles, opera aud
field glasses, me:cbaum pipes and cigar hold
ers, overcoats, coats, pants and vests, valises,
trunks, books, saddles, surveyors' instruments,
drums and musical lmtruments, and all goods
fawned with me from July 1, 18112, to Jauutry
, 1893, at No. 143 North Main street.
L. B. COHN, Pawnbroker.
H. ETTLING. Auctioneer. 3-24 8m
Notice of Street Work.
NOTICB IS IHtREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 2Sth day ol Jnne. A. D., 1893.
the council ot the city of j.os Angeles did, at
its meeting on said day, adopt an ordinance ot
intention, sum tier 17*5. (New Series) to have
the following w rk done, towli:
first -That said
CDMMINQS STRUCT
In said cltv from the south curb line of Firtt
street to a point 380 feet south of the south line
of Fourth street, Including all Intersections of
streets, (excepting such portions of said street
aud intersections as are reqalrod by law to be
kept in order or repair by any person or com
pany haying railroad tracks thereon, a.so ex
cepting such portions as hare already been
graded, graveled and accepted,) be graded and
graveled in accordance with the plans and pro
file on file In the cilice of tbe city euitueer
and specifications on Hie in the office of the
city clerk of the city of Los Augeles for
graveled streets, said specifications being nuui
bcred Aye.
eecond. Thst a redwood curb be constructe.l
along each line of the roadway of said Cum
mings street from the south curb Hue of First
street to a point 350 feet south of the south line
of Fourth stre-t (excepting along such portions
of the lino of saldioadwoy upon which a red
wood, cement or granite curb has a'readybeeu
constructed and accepted), in accordant).) with
spec.fications in the office of the city clerk of
saiu city for constructing redwood curbs.
S«c 2. The city euginee,- having esti
mated that the total cost of said improvement
will be greater than one dollar per front loot
aiong each Hue oi said street, Including tbe
cost of intersections, I is hereby determined, in
pursuance ot an act of tho Legislature of tne
State of California, approved February B',
1893, that bonds shall be Issued to represent
the cost of said improvement, said bonds shall
be serial, extending over a period of ten years,
an even proportion ot wbioii shsll bj payable
annually on the second day of January of each
year after their date uulil tbe whole are paid,
and to bear lutereit at the rate of 7 per cent,
pur annum, payable semi-annually on tho sec
ond days of January and July of each andovery
year.
Referenced hereby made to sxld ordinance of
intention for further particulars.
1). A. WATSON,
Street Superintendent.
By A. I. Btswart, Deputy. 7-1381
Notice of Street Work.
XTOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 20th day of June, A. 1).
1893, the council of the city of Los Angeles
did, at its meeting ou said day, ado jt an ordi
nance of intention, numb;r 1744 (new series),
;o have the following work done, to wit:
First—That said
MOORS STREET
In said city from tho south curb line of
seventh street to the north curb Hue of Ninth
street, including all intersection* of streets, (ex
cepting >ucb portio s of said street aud Inter
actions as are required by law to be kept
in order or repair by any person or company
having rsilroad tracks: hereon, and also except
ing such portions as have already been grade ),
grave ed and accepted be graded and gra-eied
in accordar.o with tho plans *nd profile on file
In tho office of tho city engineer and specifi
catious on dirt in thg utile of the city clerk of
tbe c.ty of Los Angeles for traveled streets,
said specifications numbered five.
Second. Tnat a cement curb be constructed
aiong esch Hue of the roa iway of said Moore
stre.t from the siuth curb Hue of Seveuth
street to tho norih curb line of Ninth street
(excepting along such portions of the line
of said roadway upon whioi a cement or gran
ite curb has already been constructed aud ac
cepted,) in acoordanei with specifications in
the office of to* city cl«rk of said city ior con
structing cement curbs,ssid specifications being
numbered twelve
Reference is hereby ma le to the slid ordi
nance of lutenttou for further particulars.
I). A. A'ATSON,
Stree Superintendent.
By A. I. Stewart, Deputy. 7-13-tSt
Notice to Creditors.
INSTATE OF ELIZABETH FLOOD, DE
'> ceased.
Notice is hereby given by tie undersigned,
txecutorsof the last will and testameut ot
Elizab-lb Flood, deceased, to tbe credit
ors of, and ail persons having claims against
the said deceased, to ex iibit the same, with
the necessary voucheis, within four mouths
after tbe first publication ot this notice to tbe
said execut rs of the last will and testament of
Elizabeth Flood, deceased at th i office of W. P.
Oardinar, attorney at law, rooms SI, 63 and
63 Brys-.u block, on the uonhweder y iotner
of Second and Spring streets, In the city of
los Angeles, in tho Cuuaty tf Los Angeles,
state of Oallfor >la
Dated this 12 h day of July, A. D 1893.
EES TON KI.UOD,
GRIFFITH D. coiIPTIN.
7-13 Th 5t
Notice.
THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN HAVE BERN"
admitted into the Los Angeltß Orphan As..
lum since tbe last publicatiou:
HALF o ' , IN- AGE.'HALF ORPHANS. AGE.
Trinidad Lopez It)lPaula Placentta 5
Adeline baly 7 -econdina Morale* . 11
Ellaßs y. 4 Kafaeia Morales 8
Caroline Terrante.. . ! Manuels Salazar 9
Olive Abbo'.t '■ .ecniu Alvarez 7
Mary Dolan f> Lulu McKe* 7
Anna Dolai: ... 4 rle-tha tlentiy 9
Grace Sebastian <: telia Bloom 2
nduaLaw-on 11 <nsevio Alvarez
Grace Heusel : (male) 5
Lo« Angeles Orphan Asylum, July 12, 1893.
7-13 lOt SIsTKK JOSEPriINF.
Dissolution Notice.
THE FIRM OF PRIDHAM & WEBER, BooK
bln lersaud p-tper box in mnt-icturer.i. at
No. 110 Wen second street, Lo- Amreles. Oal ,
lass bevn dirsolved tuis 11th day of July, 1803,
by mutuiv c uiscnt. The bus ness will be con
aucted al t"ie same place by R. W. Pndbam. who
will col et t ail accounts and cay all the firm's
bills Tnanx iig our patrons for past ltvora, a
continuation of their patronage s solicited.
R. W. PR DHAM.
7 13 7t JollN +e.Hit'..
The Marechal Niel Rose.
Although many flowers owe their
names to famous people, there is only
one instance known when a man and a
flower received a title at tho same mo
ment. When Kiel, a bravo French gen
eral, was returning from tho scene of his
victories in tho war between France and
Austria, he- received from a peasant who
wished to honor tho hero a basket of
beautiful, pale yellow roses. One of
the steins, which happened to have roots
clinging to it, tho general took to a flor
ist in Paris, in whose care it remained
until it became a thriving bush covered
with blossoms. Niel then took the plant
as a gift to tho Empress Eugenic. She
expressed a great admiration for the ex
quisite flowers, and on learning that the
rose was nameless said significantly:
"Then I will name it. It shall bo the
Marechal Kiel," and at the same mo
ment she bestowed upon the astonished
general the jeweled baton that betokened
his promotion to the high office of mar
shal of France.—Drake's Magazine.
Singular Hallucination.
Georgo Smith of Stockton-on-Tees was
charged ut Holywell with being a wan
dering lunatic. Smith, who is a skilled
workman and respectably connected, had
some months ago been employed on spe
cial work atMostyn iron works, when he
complained that a young woman from
that neighborhood had put him un
der a spell and bad taken out his eyes
and put her own in their place. Ho was
then taken in charge by his friends, but
afterward went back to Mostyn for the
purpose of claiming the return of his
eyes. lie was ordered to bo sent to tho
asylum at Denbigh.—London Tit-Bits.
A Cordial Invitation.
Miss Elderly (with girlish enthusiasm,
joining a group of young people who
are discussing an expedition through the
mountains) — May I go with you? I
should so lovo to.
Young Spriggins (with great cordial
ity)— Delighted to have you. We wero
just wondering where we could get a
chaperon.—Texas Siftings.
Wealthy English Brewers.
Tho personalty of Sir Andrew Bar
clay Walker, the Liverpool brewer, was
sworn at £2,870,781. There have been
25 other wills of brewers and distillors
in tl:a past six years each exceeding
C2oO.ooo.—Exchavrisreu
A TEXAS NORTHER.
Wo wero riding along the middle fork
of the Concho, Lieutenant Ward of the
Tenth cavalry, Caswell, chief clerk at
the post sutler's, and myself. We had
been out after antelope without success
and late in the afternoon found ourselves
some 30 miles from Fort Concho, men
and mounts tired with a day's pounding
over tho plains. Private Bilkins, whom
the lieutenant had taken along to spread
our noonday lunch and lead the pack
horse, rode at the rear, hie big gray fol
lowing with tho faithfulness of a troop
horse, while the pack animal bore no
heavier a burdon than a pair of jack rab
bits which Caswell had ignominiously
potted.
A blast of air, so cold that it seemed
to almost freeze one's blood, rushed over
us just as the sun was hidden on the
horizon by the advancing cloud. A band
of cattle, 200 or more in compact mass,
plunged madly past, their heads near
the ground and their 4ong horns shining
in the glow of the false twilight. Crash,
through the underbrush, splash, through
the stream, and then wildly on toward
the southward tore the cattle.
Over a swell of the plains came other
herds all running like race horses. An
telope, whoso fleet feet and farreaching
vision had been their own protection and
the cause of our failure all the day,
skimmed the ground, their white tails
bobbing with their nimble bounds. To
the southward, always to the southward
fled the creatures of the plains as if in
flight lay safety from the blast, as if
flesh and blood could outspeed the ice
wind.
"She'scoming!" exclaimed the lieuten
ant. Inelegant, perhaps, but save in its
unwarranted designation of a meteoro
logical gender entirely truthful. Turn
ing onr horses sharply to the right and
restraining at the beginning their sym
toms of a desiro to bolt, wo rode into
the thickest of the timber and then east
ward at a gallop which lacked little of a
lively run. Colder blew the north wind.
Blast driven drops of rain began to slap
our cheeks with their stinging picket
warnings that the storm was nearly up
on us, and we wero anxiously looking
for some embankment along the stream
which would partially shelter us under
its lee when Bilkins wantonly broke the
rules and regulations of the service by
treating his superior officer in a most
flippant and mimilitary manner. His
big gray bounded by, the packhorse
keeping noble time to giant leaps.
"Come on," yelled Bilkins. There's a
house"
He doubtless added something more,
but his words, like the cattle, went to
tho southward. Wo overtook Bilkins in
CO yards and in 60 more ended a wild
race to a miserable shanty which the
sharp eyes of the soldier had seen.
Before we could dismount hnlf a doz
en men came out, and the cheery voice
of Captain Hall was heard: "Just in
time, lieutenant! Boys, help tho gentle
men with their horses."
Five minutes later the animals were
safe in a corral near the shanty, from
which they could not escape during the
storm, and we were in the house, where
Captain Hall and a detail of state rangers
had taken refuge. A fire was soon roar
ing in the old fireplace, for the fierce
wind without caused a magnificent draft.
Darkness and the storm. Men rolled
in saddle blankets and sleeping on the
dirt floor. Tho dreary drip of drops
which came through the leaking roof.
And the roar added to the blast, and tho
ground trembles as a herd of bellowing
cattle thunders past.
"What a night and what a storm!"
said Captain Hall. "I pity any cowboy
who is caught out tonight. . No man
could live through such a norther un
less he was muffled like an Eskimo."
We didn't know it then, but later we
learned that all alone a woman was rid
ing through the night, while we huddled
in the shanty. The bitter wind, rain
which froze where it fell, even death in
the darkness, wero defied by a love which
bore a woman to warn as worthless a
scoundrel as lived in Texas.
A long timo Captain Hall gazed at the
fire, his big eyes looking bigger in the
blaze. Very innocent eyes were his,
mild and liquid like a maiden's. This
leader of the rangers, captain of a dar
ing band of reckless riders whose mis
sion was the capture of desperate out
laws, had the f aco of a poet and the eyes
of a schoolgirl. At length he said, un
consciously using the local vernacular:
"You all bettor see this thing out. We
are after a man who is wanted for some
score of crimes, big and little. Life at
Fort Coucho must be rather dreary.
Get up, guard, mount, drill, the sunset
gun, taps, go to bed. Isn't that about
tho routine? Come with us in the morn
ing and see us catch Jack Brown. Ho's
at a ranch some four miles from Johnson
station and about eight miles from here.
We'll surround the ranchbouse as soon
as it's light, and if there's any shooting
you can watch it from the timber. Then
we'll all go back to the fort together.
We'll bavo breakfast at the ranch, and
that will be worth staying over for. See
us capture Brown and get your break
fast."
"You forget I am a soldier," replied
Lieutenant Ward, somewhat nettled,
"and would hardly hide behind a tree
while a dozen men captured a single out
law."
"Pshaw," said Captain Hall. "It isn't
in the line of your duty to expose your
self to the bullets of any cattle thief tho
rangers may arrest. I don't supposo
there will be any resistance, but I never
could forgivo myself if any of you gen
tlemen came to harm. I reckon I was
thinking as much of your breakfast as
of our own mission. It's a long ride to
the fort on an empty stomach."
I remembered this Jack Brown as a
long haired, ignorant product of tho
mesquite; a drunken loafer, a cheap
gambler and a swaggering bully, but
really dangerous; a man who was ready
to shoot on small provocation and proud
of his reputation as a second class des
perado. While Captain Hall was talk
ing I had a vision of a swarthy, black
Aaired man dressed like a cowboy, who
was slapping tho faco of a Mexican girl.
Tho girl was crouching against tho adobe
wall of Mirris' danco hall at San Angelo
and offering no resistance to his blows,
but. only cried, "Oh, Jack! Jack!" A
dozen men stood near, but none offered
to interfere. I remembered that I ac
tually started for tbe pair, intending in
some vague way to protest, but ere I
reached them the man entered the danco
hall. Five- minutes afterward the girl
was paying for liis liquor at tho bar, and
I was congratulating myself that I had
iscapod from perpetrating ono of the
most foolish acts of my life.
The girl was known as "Press," a half
caste Mexican creature, who gave Brown
the larger share of her earnings, boro his
blows with meekness and would have
driven a stiletto into tho man who con
quered him in an encounter. But Hall
was saying:
"Wo learned at San Angelo yesterday
that Brown was at tho cattle ranch.
Sergeant Watson got quite thick with
the girl Press, but sho knew nothing
about Brown or protended ignorance.
We intended to reach the ranch at sun
set, but the norther stopped us.
"That girl Press is devoted to Brown
and would raise money soino way to
bribe a Mexican to warn him, but money
would not hire a Mexican, or any other
man, to fnco this horthor, so thoro is no
danger that he will bo on guard. Ho
:anuot eseapo unless he was caught out
on the range in the etonn and is now at
somo other ranch."
There was only a faint glow in the
east when wo mounted our horses next
morning. Tho norther had spent its fury,
and tho promise of a pleasant day was
borno on the soft winds of the south.
Only a faint tremor, a lingering chill in
tho early air, as if tho trees and grass
wero shaking off the coldness of the
night. A sharp ride to the westward,
and just as tho scarlet banners of tho
sun was seen in tho horizon wo drew
rein in tho wood somo hundred yards
from tho house where Jjick Brown was
supposed to bo hiding. The runchhouse
was a wretched thing constructed of up
right poles, tho cracks being filled with
mud. At tho rear a shod with a sloping
roof. Tho house had been built within
a few feet of tho stream where the bank
was somo 12 feet high. A door in tho
front room opened to tho southward;
ono in tho shed to the north.
Liko Indians surrounding the cabin of
tho settler, the rangers stationed them
selves in tho form of a horseshoe around
the house, the "points," or "heels" of tho
shoe resting on tho bank of tho stream
when tho roar door could bo commanded
by a cross fire. I confess I felt, as I
watched those preparations, very much
as I imagine a robber must feel while he
reconnoiters a dwelling when intent
upon somo unlawful undertaking. Ev
erything was ready. Captain Hall, Lieu
tenant Ward, Caswell and four rangers
rode to tho front of tho house and
stopped somo hundred feet from tho
door. Then, for tho first time, we saw
a horse tied to a post near the doorway.
Steam was rising from its sides; low
drooping head and hollow flanks showed
that the brute had been ridden long and
hard.
"One of tho men has just got home,"
whispered Captain Hall as ho dismount
ed. Accompanied by three of the ran
gers, while the fourth held the horses, he
walked to tho door.
"Hello!" was tho response to his knock.
A short parley, a demand for admittance,
a profano reply and then tho sharp re
port of a rifle. One of the rangers turned
his back toward tho houso, took one step
and fell heavily on his face. Crash! A
dozen Winchesters sent a dozen bullets
into the house. Some struck tho poles,
but a few found their way through tho
mud mended cracks. No order to seek
shelter of a tree was needed now. In
two minutes Lieutenant Ward and Cas
well had added their rifles to tho fire,
and after it was all over I found that the
magazine of my own Winchester was
empty.
The passion of a man hunt conquers, as
it always will until in tho evolution of
time the intoxication of battle is Out
bred from human nature. I don't know
how long wo fired or how long the
answering shots came from tho shanty,
but suddenly tho door was flung inward,
and a man stepped boldly out.
An instant the rifles cooled, I saw
Jack Brown's gaudy sombrero, its wide
rim and massive crown glistening with
silver ornaments. Black hair hanging
to the shoulders, tho leather "chaps" of
a cowboy, and then—straight outward
shot two arms, gleaming black eyes
sighted two heavy colts, and at their
report a ranger dropped his rifle because
a bullet had shattered an arm. Then a
volley.
The broad hat slipped downward over
the black eyes, straight up in the air
two pistols sent their harmless lead and
to the ground in a heap sank the body.
Tho rangers on guard at the rear ran
toward tho front when their ears told
them the outlaw had braved his fato.
Wo gathered around tbo fallen man, all
honoring in our hearts the hopeless dar
ing of his death, and Captain Hall lifted
tho sombrero from his face.
"Tho devil!" he yelled. "Run to tho
rear, boys!"
Too late! Idle to beat the bush. Use
less a hasty hunt through tho timber.
Long afterward wo knew that from the
limb of an oak, around which a wild
grapevine had woven its dense foliage,
Jack Brown saw a sight which would
have redeemed a being worth, in the
broad economy of eternal time, the trou
ble of redemption.
Love had faced that awful storm.
Lovo had done its best to bring a warn
ing. Love laid down its lifo that a mis'
erablo and worse than worthless man
might spring out of a door, plunge ovei
an embankment aud hide in a tree.
As tenderly as if her life had been all
purity and her soul all untouched by
sin wo bore her body to tho fort, and th 6
next day. decently dressed in the gar
ments of her sex, tho body of Press was
consigned to an unmarked grave on a
barren bill not many yards from the spot
where Brown used to beat her.
And no larger funeral had been seen
on the frontier.—C. W. Hunter in Short
Stories.
Immense.
That's What Tiiky Al4. Say.—lt' Is custom
ary iv these latter days to express our perfeo
satlslaciloti with a thing by saying "It's im
rneniu!" It's so expressive that nothing can
be added. Geo. L. Fina, Philadelphia, Pa.,
says: "My wife has bten taking your New
Cure for the heart, and says it Is immense. She
has not been troubleed with pain or smother
ing spells slue: using It." Jao. h. Roberts,
Pa., says ho Is 75 years old and has
suffered from heart disease for over 40 years.
Was treated without avail by prominent New
York physicians: grew constantly worse: took
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and was completely
cured, flo'd by U. H, Hance, 177 N. Spring b:.,
on a guarantee.
Stand: st the dead.
The light running Domestic. H. X. Memory,
353 South Spring st,
Wall Paper at Cost.
Closing out sale—Kckstrom & Strasburg, 307
and 300 .-oath Main street.
THE CROPS.
The Weather ltureaoa' Report of their
Condition.
The local weather bureau furnishes
the following report of the condition of
the crops in Southern California for the
past week:
The weather during the week was
warm and clear in the interior districts,
bnt the morning fogs referred to in last
week's bulletin continued in the coast
districts. These fogs, of which frequent
mention is made at this time of tbe
year, are confined to the immediate
coast sections and usually do not ex
tend more than 15 or 20 miles inland.
They precipitate an appreciable amount
of moiature, which in a measure com
pensates for the la 3k of summer rains
to such crops as corn, beans and vegeta
bles, which as a rule are not irrigated.
The fogs do not continue longer than
the early forenoon, when they are dis
sipated by the sun's heat and are suc
ceeded by clear, warm afternoon!. The
apricot harvest is in full progress, tbe
bulk of the crop being dried or canned,
a large portion of which the farmers are
Btiu-drying themselves. Grain thresh
ing continues with satisfactory results
in yield and quality.
SAN LUIS OBISPO CITY.
The mornings were foggy and the aft
ernoons clear and sunny, conditions
favorable to tbe growth of all crops.
VENTURA COUNTY.
Bardsdale—Fruit drying has began.
Farmers will dry their apricots as the
crop is short. The general outlook ia
good.
Montalvo—Frnit picking is in pro
gress, the yield will be about half an
average crop. Beans look well with the
prospect of a good crop.
LOS ANQKLKH COUNTY,
Verdugo—Early peaches, apricots and
email fruits are being marketed. A few
late Valencia orengea are being shipped
from the Ross orchards. Corn is look
ing well.
Duarte—The weather was warm and
clear, favorable for apricot drying,
which is in full blast. Small fruits are
plentiful and cheap.
Oovina—The weather of the past
week was all that conld be deeired, and
was beneficial to fruits in general.
Pomona—The apricot harvest is on in
earnest and tbe crop is double what was
estimated early in the season and is of
fine quality. The yield is estimated at
about 1001) tons. Many are being
shipped green, but the bulk of tbe crop
is being dried and canned. Twenty to
$25 per ton is being paid. About 250
men, women and children are engaged
in caring for the apricot crop. Peaches
are coming in in small lots, but tbe bulk
of the crop ie not yet ripe.
SAN BEBNABDINO COUNTY.
Ontario—One thousand three hundred
fifty-six acres were planted to lemons,
oranges and deciduous fruits this sea
son, nearly 000 acres being pat to
lemons.
OBANGK COUNTY.
Anaheim—Peaches are appearing in
market. Grain threshing ia in full
swing. Potatoes are being shipped
steadily. Weather continues same as
laßt report.
Fullerton—Seven carloads of potatoes
were shipped during the week.
Garden Grove—Farmers are busy
drying apricots; the crop is not very
heavy but of first-clas* quality.
Tustin—We are in tbe midst of tbe
apricot harvest. The crop is about one
third of lust year's yield, but tine in
quality and size. Drying is progressing
slowly because of cool weather. Barley
threshed rapidly ; the yield is good and
the grain heavy and bright. Some large
sales for export have been made at fair
prices.
BAN DIEOO COUNTY.
Elsinore—The week gave the a?erage
amount of sunshine which benefitted
ripening crops.
A Murdered Non-Union Sailor.
Eureka, July 12.—The body of an un
known man was found in the bay this
evening, badly decomposed. The body
waß hound with a baling rope which
was tied in a sailor's knot. A large iron
ship bolt was fastened to tbe body and a
gag was in tbe mouth. Two bullet holes
was in the head. The deceased was
evidently a sailor and had been mur
dered. He was a man about 30 years of
age, 6 feet 4 incheß high, and weighed
140 pounds. It is presumed the de
ceased was a non-union sailor.
An Incendiary's Work.
Maxwell, Cal., July 12.—Fire origin
ated in a hardware store at 1:15 a. in.
It if euppoßed to have been incendiary.
Twelve houses were burned, including a
warehouse with about 10,000 sacks of
grain. A strong north wind was blow
ing. Three heavy explosions occurred
in tbe Bartholomew building, throwing
glass across the street. The loss is esti
mated at about $120,000; about $36,000
insurance.
Lost.
Once lost, it is difficult to restore tbe
hair. Therefore be warned in time, lest
you become bald. Skookum Root Hair
Grower stops falling hair. Sold by
druggists.
Big; Cat
In prices of ehoeß for 30 days. Fitz
benry'e, 255 Smith Spring street.
Chief of Police Glass received notice
from the Portland chief of police, yes
terday, requesting that Bennie Myers be
released from custody. Myers is th*
inu,u who tbe Portland police sent a de
scription of to Los Angeles, requesting
his arrest. It appears that the police in
Portland were unable to secure extradi
tion papers.
Dandruff la an exudation trom the pores oJ
tbe scalp that spieads and dries, fora.i*
scurl and earning the hair to fall out. Hall's
Hair Renewer cures It. n
The Watch, tbe World, and th* Herald.
The New York Weekly World ia the leading
American paper, and Is the largest and beat
weekly printed.
The Columbia watch is an excellent time
keeper, with clock movement, spring in a bar
rel, steel pinion, clean free train and a good
timekeeper. It is 'J.% incheß in diameter, 11-82
Inches thick, and requires no key to wlud.
Yon can have the Daily Herald one year,
the Weekly World one year, and the watch,
all for $9. The Wkkkly Hekalo, the watch
and tbe World will be sent any subscriber for
$3 in cash. This Is a splendid offer, and can be
taken advantage of by any subscriber of the
Herald. Send cash to Ayeri & Lynch, Los An
geles, Cal. _____
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
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R Koiley, D Vandervoon, 8. W. Smith. Charles
Damn, Maitin (losselk, 0. H. Conaught, San
Francisco; S. Furman, Jr., Alvarado, Cal ; R. C.
Biugiey, Oceauside; J jss Tuotnborough, R. W.
Willey, Readies; W. H. Hamilton, Jr„ lOledo;
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lauds; It. J. r. purslow. Santa Barbara; J. C.
Koop, Alameda; H. VV. Patten, Banning. Cal.;
Newton Brotrn, San Bernardino. W. M. Breck
enrldge, Tuewn; Mr. ond Mrs. Jas. I). Schuyler,
San DleKo; J. K. Carlisle, New York; tt. D.
Rene, Kansas city; Walter H. Newhail, San
Francisco.

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