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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. j
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
WANTED— ON THE INSTALLMENT TLAN,
a good seven-room house in southwest
part of city; will pay $250 or $300 cash.
Will exchange a line 20 acre tract, well im
proved for city property.
Will exchange 17 acres, close in, wen im
proved, for a good hotel property.
For sale, house and lot, close in, 5 good
rooms, for $50 cash and $15 per month.
For sale, liouse and lot, $250 cash, other
■500 long time.
House and lot for $400.
Wanted to buy, a first-class 25-room lodging
liouso In good location for casdi.
Riverside lßnd and money to exchange for
Los Angeles improved property.
Wanted, partner with $150 In a good-paying
ItUaiiiCw, light work; reference exchanged.
W MacKNIGIIT ,V FUG Will,
9-15 tf ' 252 S. Broadway.
OTICE OF HEARING PETITION F"OR VA
' cation of Prospect drive—Notice is hereby
given that a petition has been filed wiih the
board of supervisors of Los Angeles county,
praying for the vacation of all that part oi
Prospect drive as delineated upon the map of
the Hunter's Highland View tract, recorded in
book 4, page 570, miscellaneous records of Los
Angeles county, and that Tuesday, Sept. 20,
1893, at 1:30 p.m., is hereby set for bearing
the same. By order of the board of supervisors
of Los Angeles county, made this 14th day of
September, 1893. T. H. WARD, County clerk.
9-17-1 Ot
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are between
6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 0 and 8 o'clock p. m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and n fine of $2 will be
charged before the water will be turned on
again. 8-17 tf
rpHE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
X Loan and Trust company are inclosed in a
fire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks and brilliantly lighted by electricity; al
' coves attached for the private examination of
Tsaluahles, with writing materials; a young
lady in attendance. 8-1 tf
ESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief for
painiul snd'lrregular menses—from whatever
cause. For sale by FREEMAN A: CARPER, 102
North Spring st. Price, $2 pet box. 5-9 ly
1G TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; all kinds of painting and repair
ing. 128 San Pedro St., between Virbt and Sec
ond ASjio-itt. 7-0 ti
QCHOOL OF DRESSMAKING, CUTTING AND
O and lilting; patcrns cut. French tailor sys
tern. Ituoiu 87, I'otPmac block. 8-27 lm
0 YOU W A TtpRLNT YOUIt" II((USE ?
Leave your koy witli HILL <i CO., 123 W.
Second st. 9-1 tf
F. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE,
. 112 Center place. 1-15 tf
FOB KKNT—HOCSKS.
FOR RENT — FURNISHED OR UNFUR
nished, one of the handsomest homes in
the city, with beautiful ground, etc. If desired
will give lease one to three years. WESLEY
CLARK, 127 West Third st. 8-31 tf
I~SoR~~RENT — NINE-ROOM HOUSE, 320 S.
' Olive st.; just been put in llrst-elnss con
dition; ncwlv papered, painted, etc. BARNES
& BARNES, tt27 W. Second st. 9-15 tf
ToiTet —furnished"a n i shed
houses in all parts of the city. FLOURNOY
RENTAL AGENCY, 128 Broadway. 9-17 tf •
I r 0R RENT— 8 ROOMS
Belmont avenue, near Temple street; barn
—$40. ODEA Ac BARR. 103 S.Hroadwnv. 8-2litf
FOIR^JtEfIT- ROOMS.
3 -lOR KENT—FURNISHED OR UNFTjJtNJBH
. cd rooms; single or en suite; rooms for
light housekeeping; terms by the week or
month the lowest iv the city; free baths; loca
tion ansurpaaaedj onivfivc minutes'walk from
business centre. SHAFFER HOUSE, 525 Sand
St., near high school. 9-14 tf
1~-iOR RENT—LARGE SITTING-ROOM AND
bedroom, witii gas and use of bathroom:
Close in; nice location; suitable for one or two
gentlemen,- rate $15 ior one ands2ofor two
persons; references required. Address o. X. s.,
box 30, Herald office. 9-10 tf
sTMairRENT~NICELY FURNISHED~ROOMS,
JF single or en suite; light housekeeping priv
ileges allowed; the best location in the city;
xeasonnbte rates. 020 South Broadway. Pri
vate family. 8-27-tf
ISOR RENT — TWO FURNISHED FRONT
1 rooms with use of kitchen and dining
room. E. 8. FIELD, 139 8. Broadway 9-7 tf
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TO LET—A LARGE HALL IF THE BRYSON
block, 40x70, for hall purposes; also rooms
for offices in tbe same building. Apply tin
premises. s--J -' j in
PERSONAL.
our giant coffee roaster, Java and Mocha,
Hoc lb; mountain coffee, 35c; gcriuea, 2Uc;
rolled rye, 10c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; 0 lbs rolled
Wheat, 3)C; 8 lbs com meal, 15c; 15 lbs gran
ulated sugar, $1; 10 lbs beans, 25c; can toma
toes or corn, lot': 3 cans corn beef, 25c; can
baked beans, 10c; box maocaronl, ftfltij extract
beef, 25c; 4 bars DLnmore's -soap, 25c; can
coal oil, SOc; 3 lbs lard, 30c; pork, 14)., c; ha
con, 10' s e: liams, H.Uc. ECONOMIC STORES,
805 S. Spring st. 7-5 tf
ERSONAL — RAI.I 'II BROS.-GOLD BAB
flour, $1.00; city flour, SOc: granulated
Sugar, 15 lbs $1; brown sugar, 20 lbs $1; 0 lbs
tolled oat&,20o; sardlnes.s Ixixcs, 25c; table
fruit, 3 cans, SJJc; Midland coffee, 25c lb; east
ern oil, 80e; gasoline, 80c: 2-lb can corned
beef, 15c; lard, 10 lbs, 96c; 5 lbs, SOc. 001
t'outh Spring street, corner Sixth.
M _ "ARitIED LADIES' SAFEGUARD; PaT
ented; no medicine; uo equal; money re- ,
funded if not satisfactory. Semi 10 cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City, Mo.
f 8-20 8m ;
ERSXINAL—ANY LADY OR GENTLEMAN
wishing to enter the matrimonial state,
will do well to call at 886U S. Spring street, i
r""m ' : - 0-12 7t
j.OjVr »»d Fori hdT
OF SoILED CLOTIiFS '
jfrora a laundry wagon early on Wednesday
Ivening going from Seventh street to Wufl
itreet to Boyd to Los Angeles and First streets
Reward by leaving nt OSB Upper Main st •
9-10 4t :
FOUND— A GENTLEMAN'S SCARF Fix"
The owner can have the same by proving
[iropertv and paying for this advertisement, i
Apply at the business oflice of the Herald
9-18 5t :
|- OST-ON SATURDAY, POCK KTHOOK CON- I
Jj laining papers valuable only to owner.
Reward if left with C. A. GRAUL, 220 W. First ,
'■reel. 1 (
MEOIUMS.
CLAIRVoVANT''ANII LIFE-READING ME- !
dium; consultations on business, remov
fls, marriage, disease, lawsuits, love, mineral
lotiations, etc. 462 S. Main st. MRS. PARKER.
8-30 tf
WANTBn-HrSLP.
vifAi<TEn^!^^
* f employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'B BUREAU, established 1880.
Oflice, SW'i S. Spring st.; residence. 451 ii
Hope St., corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cnl. Tele
phone lis. 8-lli tf
VI T AXTED—GOOD HELP FOR HOTEL? AND
il families nt the Woman's Exchange ahd
Employment otliee, 45 8. Raymoird avenue,
opposite postofnee, Pasudcna. H IS ti
P~~ E~TTY, HUMMEL & CO., EMPLOYMENT
agents, 131-133 W. First st. Telephone 509.
Under the Los Angeles National bank. Help
of all kinds carefully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-<i ti
WANTKD-MIgCKLLANItUTIw.
\\ T ANTED—TO PURCHASE LOT, WEST OR
VV south front, between Twenty-second and
Twenty-seventh, Grand avenue and Hoover
streets; must be reasonable in price; state size
of lot, give location and price. Address,
BUYER, box 20, Herald. 8-11 tf
TTTAirfBD—MSS." K'SAYS, SERMONS OR
II other documents to eopv by hand or by
typewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD, room 8,
MXM 8. Broadway. 9-3 lm
\\ T ANTED—TWENTY OR THIRTY SHARES
TV of First National bank stock*? Address
lowest price and number oi shares to BUYER,
Box 441, city. 9-1" 8t
YITAXTKD—A COLLECTION OF FOREIGN
M and United states stamps, Address M. 11.
NEWMAEK, 144-151 X. Angeles St. Tt
WANTED— PROPERTY LISTED WITH US;
WS have customers. DORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN & CO., 244 8. Broadway. 9-12 tf
TV-ANTED-WE HAVE CUSTOMERS FOR
V' installment houses. DORSEY, CHAM
HERLIN A CO., 244 S. Broadway. 9-12 li
TIT ANTED—A NICELY-FURNISHED 4or 5
ft room house, near tn; state rent. Address
L. 1)., Box 00, Herald oflice. 9-17-21
TJX ANTED — TO BUY FOR CASH, FIRE-
Tt proof safe. Address W. 8., this office.
9-10 tf
\V\ANTED—FROM 10.000 TO 20,000 PEACH
1 t stock by F. C. CHAPMAN, Pomona, Cal.
9-7 Iw
CHAPEL & VICKERY,
Real Estate and
Investment Brokers,
llOlsi South Broadway.
-FOR EXCHANGE—
Desirable Properties.
$4000—10-aerc ranch, well improved, good
O-room modern cotiage; \tVll, tans, barn; nenr
good lown in Riverside county; want city
property.
$4000 —*0 acres, all cultivated; good 4-room
house; choice level land; ior city propcrtv.
$0600—73 acres, 20 acres in alfalfa; for city
property.
$1000— acres in fruit, in Ontario, near
bEuclid avenue.
$10,000 —48 acres of choice orange and fruit
land, with water; favorably located.
■10,099 —37acres in full bearing fruit?, near
railroad; yield good income every year; good
water right; want city properly.
320 acres of fruit and orange land, clear,
with water, In San Bernardino valley, forwhicli
we will trade in small tracts or as a whole and
pay one-half cash for good vacant lots in Los
Angeles.'
$0500—A large building with modern fl
room cottage, well, windmill nnd tank, in west
part of city near Washington street, for resi
dence close in unci pay cash difference.
$24,000— Highly improved city propcrtv,
consisting of 4 houses, 2 large lots, favorabtv
located: returning good rental; for ranch
property.
$20,0jo—Orange nnd lemon orchard on
Euclid avenue, Ontario, in full bearing; to
trade tor city property and pay cash difference.
9-17 at
IJHIR EXCHANGE—A VERY DESIRABLE
and highly productive fruit and nut farm
ofTOneres in the beautiful Ojai valley, near
Nordhoff, Ventura county, for good unincum
bered residence propcrtv in this city; cash
valut; $20,000. Apply cnrlv to
J. S. VAN DOREX,
9-8 tf 101 R Broadway.
TCvOR EXCHANGE—SSOOO— LODGING-HOUSE
V of 10 rooms; good location ; will trade for
good country property at present cash prices
JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 208 W. First st. U-16 3t
I -lOR EXiralflGE — EASTERN IN! 1)51 E
acreage for desirable Lo,s Angeles bouse;
will assume reasonable incumbrance.
9-17 tf .MACKXIGIIT A l-TGARP.
EDUCATIONAL.
THE WOODBURY
removed to tlic upper tloor of the Stowell
block, 1131) South Spring street. It has now the
largest nnd tincst business college rooms iv the
state, and the largest attendance of any com
mercial school soTith of S»n Francisco. Fine
passenger cicvator running direct to the
,-cliool rooms, retvl'-rliH; stiiiY-r'linibiiig unnec
essary. The public is cordially invited to call
end inspect the college in its new location.
51(4h day and evening schools ba session the
entire summer. Catalogue and College Jour
nal free, c. A. Hough, President; N. G. Felker,
Vice-President; E. C. Wilson, Secy. 5-4 ly
T OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
1j AMi ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL
(lncorporated), 144 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
courses in tiie commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and alf English
branches. Large, able ami mature faculty of
Instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at oilice, or write ior elegant
catalogue. E. p. SHRADIiIi, President; F. W.
KELSEY, Vice-President; L. N. INSKEBP, Sec
retary. 9-10-1 y
QUtLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL,
410 W. Tenth st., reopens Sept. 28.
Miss Parsons and Miss Dennen, Prin.
Full courses in English studies, languages,
music, arl, physical culture. College prepara
tion. Special students admitted. Boarding
department and primary class just opening.
9-1 lm
SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND YOUNG MEN,
now in session. Brysou block (top, floor,
Second and Spring sts. Booms light and cheer
ful; ventilation perfect. Thorough instruc
tion in all the common English brancttes.
Special attention'to arithmetic, higher mathe
matics and classics. A. B. BROWN, A. M.,
(Yale), 20 Potomac block. 9-3 lm
O~CC IDENtXICOLLEGE OFFERS SUPERIOR
adiuntagjs. Good board and well fur
nished rooms. Full college course. Able and
experienced faculty. Rates reasonable. Fall
lertn opens Tuesday, September 19th. For
catalogue and particulars address J. M. Mc-
PllEltnoN, President, l.os Angeles, Cal.
B-27 1 in
IBS ACKELBON'B PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR
primary, grammar and high school stud
ies opens September 4th. Butanes school now
ill session. 412 W. Second st. 9-0 ltn
A STHUKY, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
1 V and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips block; send for cata
logue, 10-12 12m
OS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL (l.M'oK
j poratcd) for kindergartners. Address
MRS. NORA i). MAYHEM', 070 West Twenty
third st. 5-29 If
CHORTHAND AND TYPEW ii ITING—I! KST
D advantages. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, Spring
and First sts. 3-7 if
AWILLHARTITZ, MUSIC BTTJDIO, BOOM
• A, Crocker building, 212 S. Broaihvay.
8-29 lm
I3IANO LESSONS GIVEN FOR ORGAN PU.mK
ing. Address X 'I X, Herald. 9-17 3t
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DAY SAVED BY TAKING
" . '"'■' r ' I-V excursions to Kan-
City. ~[. i.eili--, Chicnco, .New-
York and Boston. Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston: family sourist sleepers
to Kansas City and Chit-ago daUy. Low rates
and quickest time. Oilice, 129 N, Bprlng st.
7-1 lim
I>HILLIPS' EAST BOUND EXCURSIONS—
Personally conducted, via Denver and Rio
3rnnde and It oek Island routes; leaves Los An
rclcs every Tuesday and Friday: crossing the
Sierra Nevadas and passing the entire scenery
in the Rio Grande by daylight. Office, 188 s.
Spring st. 7-1 tf
V C. JUDSON A CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
•J • every Wednesday via Salt Lake City nnd
Denver, "Tourist curs to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Oilice, 212 a. Spring st.
0-1 if
PHYSICIANS.
M" RS. Br. J. H?SMITH, SPECIALTY ~MTD
wifery. Indies cared tor during confine
neiit at 727 Bellevueavenue. Calls promptly
it tended to. Telephone 1119. 0-2 tf
rriILAKESLEE, M. D., EYE AND FAR,
Ij. late of 111. Eye and Ear Inlirmarv and
hicngo Opthalmic College. Office !24Slj S.
iroadway. 9-.!" if
p EilßtllTll. REACH, M. D., OFFICE AND
U residence, 131 North Spring street. Oilice
lours, 810 ly, ltos, o to s p. m. Telephone
133. 11-3 tf
M RS. DR. WELLS—OFFICE IN HER BRICK
block, l'.t7 E. Tiiird st, Specialty, dis
cuses oi women.
PAIBNTi , COPYWUIGHTS, BTO.
I j A/.A Kb c. iOWNbI.ND, ROOM 9, DOM-NISY
II block. Tel. 347, Los A uncles. 11-22 if
LOS ANGELES IIERALDt MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 18. 11.93.
POR BALK-CITY PfiOPIBTY.
J OHI< H- COKE,
4 Brysou Block,
FIRE,
LIFE,
ACCIDENT
INSURANCE
AGENT.
Collects Rent, Pays Taxes,
Loans Money, places insurance,
Buys, Sells or Exchanges
Real Estate.
9-17 2t
J.-'OK BALK—
Jr BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
CITY AND COUNTRY.
We have a large amount of land adapted to
the various kinds of fruits, with good water
rights, in quantities to suit, at figures below
the real value.
We have orange, walnut nnd lemon groves,
ranging in value from $3000 to $70,000, ac
cording to acreage, age, location antl income.
We have corn, alfalfa and grain land—no ir
rigation needed—well adapted to hog raising
or dairy business.
We have aline stock ranch of 3500 acres.
CITY. .
BUSINESS BLOCK—We have one of the best
business blocks in the city: pays 9 per cent net
on Investment; only capitalists of large means
need apply.
HOUSES* AND IXiTS—Wc have handsome res
idences and unimproved lots in tlic most de
sirable part of the city.
HOTELS—We have one one of the best lo
cated, best paying first-class hotels iv Southern
California.
People at a distance can safely invest through
us.
"Do ns we wonld be done by" is our motto.
Cut ont this "ad" antl keep it for reference.
9-10 tf HILL .V CO., 123 West Second st.
fWOB SALE—S ROOM COTTAGE, MAPLE
JT aye., near Twenty-ninth St., $12(1:'.
5 room cottage, Thirtieth st., near Main,
$1500.
9 room dwelling, near Adams. $5000.
2 cottages, 519 and 521 Temple, lot 00x150,
$tioOo.
I [IOR SALE—THIRTIETH ST., 5-ROOM COT
tage, barn, carriage liouse, wootl shed, fruit
and walnut trees, bcautiiul yard. Price $1800;
easy terms.
SALE —TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET,
1 4-room cottage, chicken yard, etc. Nice
property. Prieeslloo; easy terms.
I, OR SALE—S CHOICE ACRES ON MAIN
JT stieeL south of site; cheap,
fj<oE SALE—choice' RESIDENCE LOTS IX
JT lie Cells tract, between Main antl Maple
and Pico and Seventh sts. Come ami make
your selection, on preinisei, corner Main and
Fourteenth, or
J. S. VAN DOREN,
9-8 tf 101 S. Broadway.
J~OTS FOR SALE—
50x170 on Seventeenth street near Fig
ueroa... $1100
Clean side of Thirtieth street near Main 750
On BonsauO avenue 7050
On Hope street, close in 2i'oD
Flower street, close iv 2000
Rich street 400
Sixteenth street, Homestead tract 800
Seventeenth street, neor San Pedro 350
Flower street 1250
Clean side Seventeenth street, homestead
tract ... 000
Fine corners on Figueroa, Hope, Flower and
Hill streets from 85360 t" $1000.
Fine comer 70x 124 near Washington, $2000.
Good business lots on Broadway, Spring,
Main and lxis Angeles streets.
Redlands nnd Highlands orange groves for
sale and exchange.
9-17-tf sTREETER A- SHARPLF.SS.
SALE—
JT Fine lot, 50x150, on Burlington st, West
Luke Iract.
2 lots, each 55x120, 110 feet front on Second
St., near Flower st.
1 large corner lot on Ward st. and Vernon
aye.: Kays tract.
2 tine lots on Thirty eighth St., University
addition, 80X180, only' $500. (Fee these for a
bargnin.)
4 nice lots in Cable Rond tract on La Salle St.,
40x140. only $400. This is a bargain.
1 lot on Mateo st,
2 lots on Thomas St., University add., 80x150.
Only $475.
1 lot corner Union aye. and Eighth, 50x150,
Arlington tract.
We also have numerous lots in Park and
Beaudry tracts on Sand, Montreal, College,
New Depot streets at very low prices and on
easy terms. Hitchcock BRos., 237 w.
First st. 9-17 2t
T^OR~SALE—
JT 5-room cottage (modern) on Hawkins st.,
on electric line one block from cable line.
Price $1400: easy terms.
5-room eottagc, two lols, facing two streets,
lawn, etc., on Wright st., lot.; 50x210. Only
$2000; easy terms.
Fine 10-room house on Twenty-eighth St.,
neat Hoover st., Harper tract; fine place.
We have many bargains in well-improved
properties in nil parts of the city. HITCH
COCK BROS., '.137 W. First st. 9-17 2t
QNAI'-*SiIb~TIOUSE FOUR KOOJU^ATIL
0 water oloset; North Pearl; graded; sew
ered; $'JOO cash, balance to ouit.
Snap— $1320—House five rooms; bard fin
ished; live minutes' walk from courthouse;
street graded und sewered: nice trees.
Bargains iv houses ami lots all oyer the city.
JOHN L. PAVKOVTCH,
O-Hi 3t 208 W. First st.
ISOR SAI.K-iIKAUTIFUL COTTAGE OF 5
" rooms, modern improvements, on First
St., Boyle Heights, $'J7OO. House 5 rooms,
pantry, etc., E. Pico st.; price, $1050. choice
lots in all parts oi the city at $350, $500, WOOD,
$750, tosl/00and $2500. Ecu F. A. HUTCH
INSON, 213 W. First st. 9-17 tf
OFECIAL BAIiGAIN, IF SOLD AT ONCE—
I*' four fine lots, two of them corners, in the
Urmston tract, close to Adams and Electric
railroad. Price, $1000 cash: wili sell this full
for double the money. Cull early Monday. G
C. EDWARDS, West First st. 9-17 2t
AND $200. NOW IS
JL your time to get a home Cheap. We can
sell you lots 40x14V to 20-foot nlley, on car
line. Shade trees all übout tract and on lots;
water furnished free. W. B. AKXY, 118 South
Broadway. 9-17 2t
N0~)59-AN ELEGANT 2-STORY HOUSE,
on ear line, with all modem appliances;
beautiful locution and very cheap; must lie
sold; call early if you want a bargain. E R
THRELKELD, 10U S. Broadway. 0-17 3t '
N _ O. 149—AN ELEGANT COTTAGE, JUST
completed, 0 rooms, nice large grounds at
toss than cost, on Seventh st., in best part of
this City; s,r: it at once. E. R. THRELKELD
100 S. Broadway. 9-17 3t '
■|fr07222-FINE"MI\NBION, MODERN BUILT,
9 large rooms, on Flower St., line grounds,
nt aboii: i:nlf price; owner must sell; call at
once. E. K. THRELKELD, 108 Sooth Broad
way. 9-17 3t
I[H>b7~ r ALE—IF SOLD AT ONCE A BU,
' bargain Is offered on West Sixteenth st. of
a nice, deep lot, convenient lo cars and neigh
borhood fine. WESLEY CLARK, 127 W
Third. 0-17 2t
j^OITIfAI.E-,flooo ONLY FOR A 09-FOOT
X lot near Grand nnd Twenty-third. There
is 20 per cenl profit in this to'any one who
may get the deed, weslicy clark, 127 w
Third. 9-17 2t
1 ■'OK BALE—A NICE, DEEP CORNER OX
.1 South Main at only $30 v front fool; this
is a speculation. Wesley CLARE, iis7 w.
Third. 047 at
pOR BALE-FOR LESS THAN $200, SOME
V nice lots near East Seventh street nnd con
venient lo ear Hue. WESLEY CLARK, 127 W.
Third : 9-17 2t
IflOR SALE-GO WELL LOCATED LOTS ON
installment plan. K. P. CL'LLEN & CO.,
237 West First st. 9-10 tf
IJtOB SALE—A BARGAIN, 5-ROOM HOUSE
near Arcade depot. E. S. FIELD, 139 S.
Rronitw-sr 9-17 If
FOB 8 A I.X CITY PROPKRTY.
VyiGMORE & O'BRIEN.
Pirst-clnss unfurnished house to rent, Elgh
rooms snd bath. On University car line.
We have customers for 5-acre tracts noa;
town to rent.
231 W. FIRST ST. 9-lßtf
Vy IQMORE A O'BRIEN.
231 W. First streot
Houses to Rent, Furnished and t'n furnished.
5 acres, with improvements, to rent,
near town.
Lot BOxlflS, with 2 cottages, Uopo
streot, close in; $5500.
Moncv to Loan.
• 0-17 tf
I7OR SALE BY CHAPEL A VICKERY,
. Real Estate nnd
Investment Brokers,
110' j s. Broadway.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES.
$2000, 8-room modern liouse, barn, large lot,
Angeleno Heights.
$1400, handsome 5-room cottage below
Washington, near Figueroa street, large lot,
lawn, etc.
O-room modern cottage, handsomely
decorated, large lot, lawn, etc., Thirtieth St.
$4500, 10-rooin modern house, large lot, near
cubic line.
$1500, 6-room modern collage near l'ico-st.
electric line. •
$2000, handsome 11 room two-story rest
donee, thoroughly modern, largo lot, good barn,
lawn, etc.; a bargain.
$2800, 7-room modern cottage, large lot,
handsomely improved, on Twenty-fourth st,
$12,500, handsome two-story modern resi
dence on Adams st.; no cjual; on a corner;
large lot and lawn.
$10 0, beautiful modern 5-room cottage,
small shed barn, large lot, clean side Twenty
fourth st.; half cash, balance $15 per month
$2tiOo, handsome 7-room cottage, modern,
cellar, barn, large lot, highly improved, Twen
ty-seventh st
$1000, 4-room cottage, good cellar, in the
Urmston tract, near electric line; half cash.
$2000, 5-room modern cottage on Thirtieth
St., near car line, large lot, highly improved.
$iOOO, beautifulO-rocm new modern cottage,
decorated: something very nice; large lot on
Twenty-eighth st.; can't uc equaled. 0-17 2t
CHAPEL & VICKERY —
REAL ESTATE
AND INVESTMENT BROKERS,
llo'j South Broadway.
FOR SALE
CHOICE BUILDING- LOTS.
Lot 80x100, near Sixth and Pearl $ 805
4 lots East Seventh street, 40x150 each.. 1000
Lot 50x150, Adams street; a bargain ... 2750
Lot 50x125, Eleventh street 730
Lot 52x180, Sixteenth street 850
Lot 30x118, Urmston tract :150
Lot 50x118, Urmston tract S(H)
5 loss, Grecnwell tract, each GOO
2 lots, Twenty-seventh siree'.. each 700
5 lots, Twenty-fourth street, each 000
2 lots, West Ninth street, eat It 1200
4 lots, 30th street, near Grand aye., each SUO
3 lots, Grand aye, corner, only 4000
lochoice building lots, fall Use,each 100
11-17 2:
JptOß SALE.
| t t-NEW 5-ISOOM HARD-FINISHED
i?" I ItH" home near Situ Pedro and Washing
ton streets. ODEA A BARR,
9-0 tf 103 S. Broadway.
(^.WiAA— NICE LOT 50X155, TO ALLEY,
"Ul" on clean side Hope street, near Pico
street. ODEA A BARR.
0-0 tf 103 S. Broadway.
SfcOOflfi —BEAUTIFUL LOT 50X155, TO
3? ——UU alley, on Flower street, near Elev
enth street. ODEA & BARK.
0-0 tf 103 S. Broadway.
ifihA AilA— BUSINESS LOT ON MAIN
Ol 'U.UUU street, near Second street.
ODEA A BARR,
9-0 tf 103 S. Broadway.
VDAMS, ROUSE ,* MEEK INS,
207 West Second street.
FOR SALE — Improved, unimproved and in
come paying city properties, at bottom
prices. Orange and deciduous fruit or
chards, aliu!f,i lands,vineyards and ranches
FOR EXCHANGE - Desirable income paying
eastern properties lor city property,
orchards or ranches,
MINES of merit handled through our eastern
connections.
CAREFULLY selected lists fDryour examina
tion.
RENTS collected and tenants secured. 0-Otf
SALE — $0500— HANDSOMEST I.M
-provetl fruit ranch, consisting of 6 acres in
the Verdugo valley; good cottage, barn, water
right; near P. 0., stores, schools, churches,
railroad station: pays good Income every year.
This ranch on the market for few dnys only.
CHAPEL & VICKERY,
9-17 2t HOJa South Broadway.
FOR SALE—VERY CHEAP—GOOD IM
proved real estate in the soutli and south
western part of tiie city; also choice lots at
very low figures antl terms satisfactory. I want
lo see you before you purchase. CHARLES C.
LAMB, 213 W. First at. 9-2 tf
■pOR SALE—B-ROOM NEW COTTAGE, HALL,
JF bath, etc.; southwest, near Hoover and
Adams sts: $150 cash, balance $20 monthly,
no interest. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102
Broadway. 9-18 tf
fVDR SA I.E—S2IOO —PRETTY, NEW 0-ROOM
cottage; hall halh, inr.ntel, etc., southwest;
near electric ears; $300 cash, balance month
ly. TAYLOR <x RICHARDS, 102 Broadway.
7-30 tf
1710 It SALE—PASADENA—3-oxooo FEET,
Los Roble.s avenue, opposite Santa Fe de
pot—elegant ; w ill cut it into 22 lots. This is a
bargain at $7000: terms easy. J. S. VAN DO
REN, 101 S. Broadw ay. 8-29 tf
POX SA LE —$5500—A BEAUTIFUL 9-ROOM
JT modern new house; every convenience,
extra large lot, southwest; a lovely home; will
take goott vacant lot as first payment, balance
3to 5 years. TAYLOR & RICHARDS. 8-0 tf
I7IOR SA LE—WE HAVE CUSTOMERS WHO
' are looking for bargains in houses and lots,
also for vacant lots. Please list your property
with us. CRAWFORD ci LOCKHaRT, 147 S.
Broadway. 0-13 tf
IpoR "sale—a good 5-room houseTnew,
' in v tine location, near street car; $1500,
$500 caidi, balance in small monthly pay
ments. IRELAND .v i-T.SKE, 102 s. Broadway.
0-14 tf
170 R SALE—SI3OO EACH—2 5-ROOM COT
-1 tages on Forrester avenue, near electric
car line; monthly payments. BARNES it
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 9-2 tf
170R SAI 2-STTJ It V 0-ROOM HOUSE,
1 first-class condition, on University electric
car lino; for sale by owner. Inquire at rooms
-1 aud 5, New Wilson block. 0-3 tf
Sr~t\(\— LOTS OX MAPLE ANEVUE, BET.
Jill) Pico and sixteenth .'its. Cheapest in
theclly; wiih laree walnut trees. ODEA ci
BARR, 103 S. Broadway. 8-31 tf
1~ TOR SALE-VERY CHEAP, A FINE COB."
tier, 50x105. on Sixteenth St., near Fig
ueroa. IRELAND <fc FISKE, 102 S. Broadway.
9-14 tf ■
F'OK SALE~ISt YOUR PROPERTY FOR
sale or'rent with K. P. CULLBS & CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West Firat st.
0-10 tf
trOU SALE—AT A ~VERY LOW CASH
r price, n line, largo lot on the clean side of
West Adams for First National bank stock at
one twenty-live. WESLEY CLARK, 127 W.
Third. 0-17 2t
S~ EE ".MEAGHER .V JAY FOR BARGAINS IN
real estate. 101 8. Broadway, Los Angeles.
0-27 tf
pott' SALE •',!..ICE'""2'sTOUV S-ltooM
X 1 house on Flower, near Adams; install
incuts if tlesired. R. D. LIST, owner, 127 W.
Second St. 8-25 lm
®1 A(\Y\— FOR SALE—NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE
0 Y't\ >{) ou Victoria street: monthly pay
ments $15. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
Second st. 7-21 tf
poll SALESROOM HOUSE, WITH BATH,
J in East I.OS Angeles; $050, $150 cash, bal
ance to suit. IRELAND iSi FISKE, 102 S.
Broadway. 0-14 If
17OI1" SALE —$2(»7>—LOT 50x150, PKITCH
-1 artist., near cubic, E. L. A.; easy payments.
TAYLOR i RICHAHDS, 102 Broadway. 7-30tf
F~H>R~S ALE—S3OO—LOT NEAR TEMPLE AND
Angeleno Heights] 40x150. ODEA c;
BARR, 103 S. Broadway. 8-*0 tf
DVEItS ANOJiMNIRHKBIS;^^
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 211
Franklin St.; line dyeing and cleaning.
l-13tf
PARISIAN' DYE WORKS, 275 SOUTH MAIN
1 street: best dyeing in the jjity. 1-13 tf
BROKERS.
RIV. I'OINDEXTEIt, BROKER, 05 WEST
• Second st. Confidential business ugent
for investors or borrowers. If you wish to
lend or borrow, or invest in any securities,
please cull. 8-1 tf
CHIItOPOIIJST.
MISI C. STAFFER, CHIROPODIST, AND
masseuse, 211 W. First st., opp. Nadeau.
i;;-"4tf
ooijictry property.
IfOR BALE--S2OOiOOoT~OJtANOE
1 ards. walnut orchards, deoiduous iruit
, orchards, olive orchards, dairy or farm
ranches, fine city residences, hotels, lodging
houses, grocery stores, hardware business,
fruit stands, cigar stands, meat markets, sa
loons, bakeries, restaurants, and all kinds of
mercantile business; prices from $100 to
$250,000; we neither advertise nor try to sell
. anything that will not aland the strictest In
vestigation. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W. Sec
ondst, 8-19 tf
1.-VJR SALE—A VERY FEW CHOICE GOV
ernment and school land locations for
-ale 1 heap; or would take part pay lv other
property.
A few choice lots on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth sts., west of Figueroa; $000 to $900.
J. K. MULKEY,
8-22 tf 1140 W. Eighteenth or 313 W. First st
I r OR SALE-270 ACRES 10 MILES FROM
city; 80 acres in bearing fruit, 80 acres In
barley, balance in pasture; all fenced; good
water by iron pressure pipes; good barn, small
house; price, *20,(HK); terms, $5000 cash,
$5000 good trade, $10;0O0 mortgage 3 to 5
years at B>> per cent, J. 8. VAN DO REN,
0-12 tf 101 8. Broadway.
A~ RIG~BARGAIN FOR $1500-40 ACRES
alfalfa or corn land, 12 miles from here
nnd of a mile of railroad depot; im
provements worth over $800, leaving S7OO for
the land, or $18 an ncro. Come quick if you
want it. G. C. EDWARDS, 230 West First St.
0-17-2t
1 r OR BALE-170 ACRES FINE ORANGE,
vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vache winery at Brookside, near Redlnnds;
this is the very choicest laud in that neighbor
hood in the market; all or part: price $12,300,
terms easy. For particulars tee A. C GOLSH,
147 S. Broadway. 8-33 ti
SNaT^s2soo— CHOICE 20 ACRES; PEARS,
apricots, peaches, blackberries; all in full
bearing; four room house; barn; running
water; 15 acres oak timber: soli, sandy loam;
fenced; foothills; climate perfect. JOHN L.
PAVKOVICH, 208 W. First sL 9-10 3t
I [IOR SALE—2O ACRES AT COVINA, BEAU
tiful 5-room liouse, good barn; 11 acres in
Washington navels 5 years old, 0 acres lemons,
balance alfalfa and lawn; will near close in
spection. 244 S. Broadway. DORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN & CO. 0-1 tl
T7OR BALE-SNAP-$2OOO 28 ACRES NEAR
JT city; 2acresbeartngorchard, trees around,
small house; frustless belt; choice laud fur
winter vegetables and early berries; easy
terms. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 208 W. First
8-28 tf
I7OR SALE OR EXCHANGE—92 ACRES, 1
. mile northwest of Burbank, In 10-ncre lots
or more, in the tine deciduous fruit belt. In
quire of i). NEUHART, 151 S. Broadway, or F.
M. EAGLESTON, adjoining lands. 7-10tf
i"S~OITsA LE—AT SPLENDID - ALF.ALFA AND
corn ranch of 40 acres, about two miles
from Rivera. Big bargain. E. R. THRELKELD,
100 S. Broadway. 9-17 3t
I r 6R~BALE—20 ACRES NEAR CAHUENGA
' Pass, with good water right, $75 por acre;
bargain. TAYLOR iSs RICHARDS, 102 Broad
way. 7-30-ti
FOR SALE—B ACRES~IN GLENDALE; ALL
in bearing trees; free water; only $2500.
IRELAND A FISKE, 102 & Broadway. 9-14 if
I~7OR SALE—A NO. 1 ALFALFA LAND WITII
water, only $100 por acre; near city. TAY
LOR .. RICHARDS, I,)2Broadway. 7-30-tf
FOR. BALK—MtSCE*LI,AJSJeorjB.
OK SALE—CHOICE NURSERY STOCK
mining, city and country property.
Particular attention paid to patents of all
kinds. Choice property iv Azusa valley. Cor
respondence solicited.
W. M. STOVER,
Real Estate and Mining Exchange,
8- 30 tf 2*7 W. First at
EASE - OF A 40-ACRE RANCH WITH
horses, cows, wagons, plows and general
farming outfit, for sale ehcap. Come at once
if you wan a good thing. E. R. THRELKELD,
100 S. Broadw ay. 9-17 3t
F" OR"s AIJC—CHEAP, ANL. C. SMITH BHOT
gun, $00 grade Apply N. E. First ami Ala
meda sts. 9-18 3t
I~O~R SALE-ONE BAY MARE, 1% YEARS
old; wilt.sell cheap. Address 1147 E.
First St. 9-10 3t
FOR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES'
to suit at this office-
BUMNESIt OPPORTUNITIES.
I~7OR SALE—IOO BARGAIXS
houses.
41 rooms, $3000. 21 rooms, $1200.
33 rooms, $1100. 9 rooms, $300.
23 rooms, $2009. 20 rooms, $1000.
24 rooms, $800. 17 rooms, $850.
20 room s, $ 1000. 19 rooms, $400.
I 44 rooms, $2000. 10 rooms, $425.
Cash payments or trade. Call see list in
othce. J. WALSH ik CO., 308' i S. Spring st.
8- 17 tf.
OR SALE—LODGING-HOUSE; 40 ROOMS'!
best location in the city; cheap at $3500;
will be sold for $2500 if taken this week; this
house clears $125 a month; don't miss this
chance. J. WALSH & CO., 3uB!g S. Spring st.
9- 15 7t
T" _ HE LOS ANGELES"^DIRECTORY OFFICE
keeps a complete list of all business for
sale or exchange. Parlies desiring to either
buy or sell will consult their best interests by
applying at office, 103 Soutli Broadway. 8-9
ITIO It"SALE^CHEAP, A CHOP HOUSE; 3
' living rooms up stairs, with every conve
nience; cigar store attached. Address E. C,
Box 20, Herald. 9-13 7t
CHEAP FOR CASH, A FIRST
' class blacksmith business. For particulars
apply to W. A. MORRISON, Redondo Beach,
Cal. 8-29 Lm
pOR~SALE—GROCERY; good stand, doing a
Jr cash trade; will discount invoice. Apply
al 235 E. First st. 9-17-5t
SALE OR EXCHANGE—A GOOD-PAY
-1 Ing business on Spring st IRELAND <fc
FISKK, 102 S. Broadway. 9-14 tf
.
51,500,000.
' 7 MONEY TO LOAN.
LOWEST KATES.
Agent for tiie
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
SOCIETY OF 3. F.
Building loans a specialty.
Bonds purchased.
Real estate sold,
restates managed.
Agent Sun Fire of London,
oldest company in the world.
R. G. LUNT,
5-25 6m 227 W. Second st.
ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock r
carriages, bicycles and oil kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS.,
9- 18 ly 402 S. Spring sL
TF - YOU WISH TO LOAN~OR _ BORROW
J money, call on J. &J. C. FLOURNOY, Real
Estate and Financial Agents, 130 Broadway.
All business strictly confidential.
8-12-sa,-sun-tiion-tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
ACIPIC LOAN COMPANY
(INCORPORATED*.
Loans money in any amounts on all
kinds of collateral security, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also 011 pianos, iron and
steel safes, and professional libra
ries, without removal; and on furni
ture in lodging, boarding houses aud
hotels, without removal. Partial
payments received. Money quick.
Business confidential Private of
fices for ladies.
W. E. DEG ROOT, Manager,
8-29 ly Kooms 2, 3 & 4, 114 S. Spring st.
I _ F YOU WANT M"ONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, prevailing rates of interest,
see Security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main. 4-1 ly
ATTORNEYS'.
'jAY E. HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
fj Bryson-Boncbrake block. Telephone, 528.
Practices in all the courts, state and federal.
7-1 tf
GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN
• street, Chicago, ill.; 20years" experience;
secrecy; special facilities in several states,
Goodrich on DWorce, with laws of all states, in
press. 0-4 tf
TJNSAKER 5 GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
rooms 103 and 104 Phillips block, corner
Spring and Franklin streets. Telephone, 1120.
7-0 a
n J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT
lk a tcntion given to the settlement of estates.
115 West First street. 4-0 tl
at law, fuU
« ton block, 207 New High street, Los An
yelcs. 1-16 tl
WM. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TV room 3, Allen block, Temple and Spring
streets. 2-21 tf
1882—Established—1882.
DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First streets. Wilson block; tako elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. m-4 tf
R. 8. TOLHURST, DEMIST, 1084 N
Spring street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless
extraction. 0-20 tf
pdtANK STEVENS, 3244 BOUTH"3PR;;7U ST.
I 1 Open Sunday and evemtlg by eVsxitrlo light. I
A SUNDAY AT THE SEA SHORE.
Features of the Day Noted
Among Pleasure Seekers.
A Place Where Eqnality Exists and
AU Classes Are Noted.
Little Incidents Which Cams TJndar a
Reporter's Kye at Long Reach,
yaeer Characters Soon—A
Sentimental Fisher.
Loa Angeles can well boast of having
many seaside resorts in close proximity
and easy access. Comfortable trains at
frequent intervals take thousands to the
seashore every Sunday, and the many
attractions ac the various beaches pleas
antly help to make the hours pass sway.
Sunday was an exceptionally fine day
and the gay and merry thrones found
their way to the seaside. Persons in al
most every path of life were noticed
mingled together, forgetting the cares of
a busy week in a bustling city. There
was the rich, the middle classes and
the poor in each other's company, and
they all seemed to forget the trials and
tribulations that occupy their minds
during the week following their differ
ent occupations or professions.
At Long Beach Sunday, there was the
millionaire banker, after the cares of
another week had passed over him ; the
store clerk was visible, fatigued and
tired from close confinement, but ap
parently as happy as the man with
thousands. The preacher, the lawyer,
the physician, the'laboring man breath
ed tbe same pure, salt atmosphere;
there was no distinction, and one could
not but help uotica the happiness that
pervaded the vast multitude who came
hither to get the absolute rest and rec
reation necessary.
There, in a selected spot, was a mid
dle aged man who would pass for an ac
countant in some wholesale house, the
smile on hie face indicated his happi
ness.
Accompanied by hia wife and two
merry children, a boy and a girl, they
were the perfect picture of content.
Spread before them on the eanda wae a
clean cloth upon which was a tempting
repeat. What a merry party they
•made; all in the prime of health, and
nothing to mar their happiness. Their
facee indicated happiness and their ap
pearance showed they were not possessed
of too much of this world's goods, but
they had what money could not buy—
tbeir health and happiness. The rosy,
healthy look beamed out on every face,
while they did justice, to a dainty lunch
prepared at home.
But what a contrast was formed not
many yards away. In a section of the
pavilior. w»s a well-known cspitalist
and hie family at a richly spread table
with all tha delicaciee of the eenson,
wittrfine wines, but what a difference
between the two families.
The happy appearance of contentment
waa noted at the poor men's quarters,
while the rich man appeared to be suf
fering with some chronic disease, and
with great pain managed to hobble
around, while hia wife was no doubt in
tbe last stages of an illness, and a little
girl about 10 years of age was a con
firmed invalid, made so by a deformity
of one of her limbs. It is an instance
where tbe lot of the poor bookkeeper is
preferable to tbat of the capitalist with
his thousands.
Young men in the prime of life, with
their sweethearts, were there in their
gay clothes, and what is more conspicu
ous than a loving couple on the Bauds?
And the,'e were lote of them at Long
Beach Sunday. How they like to be
noticed—that ia, some oi them—while
others prefer a distant quarter to gaze
upon the briny deep; snd in the latter
respect they succeed to perfection.
Then there was the mashing fraterni
ty in full blast. What would a Sunday
crowd at the beach do without them?
This means both sexes. Young women
got up in the latest style to make their
appearance striking so as to attract the
attention'of tbe ever ready gay iotharios,
most of whom earn $6 a week as counter
jumpers, with all of their salary on
their backs and hardly enough in their
pockets to pay their railway fare. But
apparently they get there just the came,
especially if tbey are in an; way fair
looking, while the professional dude
takes a back seat, although hia pocket
book may be well filled.
The ordinary girl in ber teena bent on
flirtation wae out in force and the dude
was not in it, but tbe good looking clerk
was. But the dude did not get left alto
gether, there waa the festive young
widow or the richly attired marriageable
young lady iv her twenties, who have
an eager eye for the size of a pocket
bock or are on the alert for
the fellow with tbe largest in
come. This is where some of
the dudes made conquests at Long Beach
Sunday. Good looks do not always go
with women who go to the beach to flirt.
The fellow who is dressed in tbe latest
phase of eastern style with an apparent
supply of cash ia their prey. Women
love dress, excitement, etc., and how
many weak minded youths fall prey to
their blandishments?
Many eociety young men are caught
napping at tbe seaside, as several cases
were noted Sunday. Two well-known
young women from the gay and hilari
ous town of San Francisco managed to
introduce themselves to a couple of
young and unsophisticated mashers
who claim Los Angeles as their home.
These females are noted in the Golden
Gate city as conspicuous characters, and
have exhausted their resources in that
city, but have managed without diffi
culty in entrapping the two "speedy
Angel oity boys" in their hold. It will
be a dear experience for tbe two young
sters before tbe week is out.
Out on the wharf a large concourse of
people assembled. Among tbe throng
seated on the dock was a gray haired
old man, whose silvery locks showed be
had passed at least, three score, who sat
on the pier in deep meditation. What
attracted the scribe's attention was the
fact that in bis left hand he held a fish
ing line and grasped in his right hand
was a small prayer book. He would oc
casionally look out in the distance, in
the direction of the sunset, and a stray
tear would roll down his cheek. The
billowy waves seemed to bo a sad re
membrance to him. His actions were
Victory I
The Greatest tjik Would Has Known —To
many a nun, stricken en the field of battle, the
ory of vlcioiy ha* fallen gratefully; but evei
more grateful to an Individual Is a realizing
sense that by the use of Sr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine he has achieved a victrry over any
nervous "Miction, sncb aa prostration, sick
headache, poor memory, dizziness, sleepless
ness, neuralgia, hysteria, ills, dullnu>S, sextui
debility, irritability, uonvulslons, apfnat irrita
bility, St. Vitus danoe, etc. Testimonials of
thousauds of such cures arc inponseislon of the
Dr. Miles KSetiKCv r >»»nrt. Ind. Restora
tive Nervine ia sold by O. H. Ilauc4, the popu
lar druggist, 177 N. Spring atrost, ou a aiiarau-
Ice. Al»K for a boot. free.
such ns to make the Hhuai.d reporter
inquisitive.
The news gatherer addressed the old
gentleman, "Not a vary good day for
fishing it seems I" With a keen bright
eye and a forced smi o in his wriukled
countenance, he looked up somewhat
astonished «t some one addressing him.
rf'Pra not fishing' entirely. I love to
behold the lovoly oesnn. It ie my only
comfort?" Such a strange reply led the
newspaper man to ask another question.
"Why have you such a fondness for the
water?" inquired the reporter. "Fond
ness, my boy. Just the reverse.
A hatred almost 20 years ngo off the
coast of Cuba. Mv only hoy foil from
the good ship Mary Slone and waa
drowued. which left mo alone in the
world. My wife haß been dead twentv
three years. I come hero alone, aome
times during the wesk, and itlways to
some beach on the Sabbath, and gsze
out upon the deathly waters and think
of my boy's untimely death." Such
was the tale of the Rad old man. It was
gaiety all around, but nothing seemed
to have anycharmß /or him outside ol
his constant look far away on the quiot
Pacilic, and thus he was left by the vast
concourse of hundreds unnoticed, while
the day was almost ended. The pleasure
seekers returned to the city, to again
•wait another Sunday in this uelliah
world.
The Future of the West Indies.
As a field for colonisation by Euro
peans nnd woro particularly by British
settlers the West Indies bo recom
mended. On the loftiest slopes of the
Bluo mountains of Jamaica a limited
area may perhaps be found where a
northern race might enjoy a suitable
climate. In the lowlands near the sea,
tho white man could not live and work.
In the highlands of the interior, work
ing in the morning and ovening, he could
easily accomplish seven hours a day of
hard labor.
Jamaica is an island in which the ex
periment of colon ization for our inrplus
population might safely be tried on a
email scale. Tho promoters of the rail
way now being constructed, partially on
tho land grant Scheme, would probably
bo gladslo co-operate in carrying out a
i project of tho nature indicated. In tho
Cayman islands, with 4,323 Inhabitants,
two populations are to bo seen side by
side. The white population numbers
1,602, tho colored 1,728, and the black
992. Tho whites have been settled more
than a century, and have been a thriving
and vigorous people. It is an important
fact to notice thßt a mixed or colored
raco cannot perpetuate itself. Tho chil
dren are wanting in stamina and consti
tution.
Taking a broad view, these lovely is
lands aro only suited to n tropkil r :
•nch as tho negroes, and for thi se ::>
may bo made an earthly paradUo. . I
to themselves tho people might raw* !y
degenerate. Uuder British rule wo ii
in a not distant future, confidently !••
to see tho black pt> puliation of ixir '
India islands living in praanerorirt
oumstauces, with ::ll tho market.'* i:! i
world open to their useful pro;'. :
good customers totho British maunl >■•
turer, bound to the British empire by t
strongest ties of ;,i:aitude, aud raise it
a condition of enlightenment and c:.
zation only a; ret attained by a few id .
who bavo been greatly favored.—!.
Brasaey in Fortnightly Review*
Rut Her bream Was Realised.
Onco upon a lime a girl was seized 1
with tho bicycle mania. That was three
years ago, when mammas were not quite
so liberal minded as they are now. A
rich aunt threatened to disown her, and
the rest of tho relatives raised a chorus
of disapproval whenever sho mentioned
tho subject. For tho sake of peace and
quiet tho dear, self sacrificing yirl gave
up the bicycle idea, although every sea
eon she suffered terribly whenever sho
saw a girl on a wheel. About a week
ago slio asserted her rights and took her
savings for threo years aud invested
them in a bicycle. Every morning she
disappeared for several hours and re
turned home with bandaged fingers, torn
skirts, iv banged in hat, a sour temper
and » painful limp.
Yesterday sly* invited the family to
assomUc at a certain riding school to sco
hor perform. Sho mtnbly mounted, spun
around tho hall twice, jumped off and
on with ti-.o ability of a young kitten
and excited tho admiration of the whole
crowd.
Then some officious person suid, "Gt>
around tiie other way." •
Sho had always practiced in tho <;no
direction, but such a triflodid not worry
her, so sho wheeled urouud uud rode oi.'
like a runaway cablo car. When she ar
id, l ed iit the first turn, there was v terri
ble crash, a shriek, a resounding crack
mndo by her hoad coming hi contact
with tho floor, and then all was still.
Tho family had her taken homo in an
ambulance, and'she haa already mad"
arrangements to havo the machine
patched up and nold at half price.
It only coat her about §120 to have her
droam realized. —Chicago P.:cvv<J-_
Lucrative Honesty.
"Oli, Tom," aaid a ybnrs wife to it*
husliand, "I found a truly honest rua>*
this morning"
"IndeedV" said he, laughing ironically.
"Yeß, I did," sho said. "Ho was a
tramp—oh, so dirty and ragged and siot
looking and miserablel Ilocamo around
the back way uud begged mo $n the
touchingest tono of voico just to give
him any old coat or 1 runners, so that ho
could throw away his rags and bo a lit
tlo cleaner—so I gave him that old black
coat of yours."
"Hm-m-nt-ml" said Tom, raising his
brows critically.
"Nov.' don't say 'Hm-ni-mPthat way,"
pouted his wife, "for before he had been
gone 10 minutes he carno back all out of
breath, and—what do you think?"
"Asked for a vest and hat to' suit the
coat," growled Tom.
"No, sir," proudly osclaimed Mrs.
Tom. "No, sir—ho came to bring back
a $"> bill ho found in the inside pocket,
where you had forgotten it last summer.
There, wasn't that hohost?"
"Yc3-s-s," said Tom slowly. "What
did yon give him for it?"
"I thought such unusual honesty was
a dollar, so 1 give it to him. Such
honesty deserves reward, I'm sure."
"I suppose itTrbes," said Tom, with a
lugubrious look, as he reached out his
hand for tho bill, "Only you see, wifey,
I never carried money in my inside pock
et in my life, and" .
Sho caught her breath.
"thia blanked bill is a rank coun
terfeit—that's all."—Cincinnati Couuuer-
Hnl dbMette.

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