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SPECIAL. NOTICES. YTT ANTED—A LOT ON PAN PEDRO, THIS VV side of Eighteenth st. Will exchange n fine 20 acre tract, well Im proved for city property. W ill exchange 17 acres, close In, well Im proved, for a good hotel property. For sale, house and lot. close In, 5 good rooms, for $50 cash and $15 per moirth. House and lot for $400. Wanted to buy, a first-class 23-room lodging house in good location for cash. Riverside land and money to exchange for Los Angeles Improved property. MacKNIGHT & FUGARD, 9,23 tf 252 8. Broadway. N — "XTICE-TIIS LOS ANGELES CITY WATER company will strictly enforce the follow ing rules: Tlie hoursfor sprinkling are between 6 and Bo'clock a. m. and t> and 8 o'clock p. m. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut pff and a line of $2 w ill be charged before the water will be turned on again. H l, tf riMIE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE L Loanjind Trust company are Inclosed in a fire-prooOind burglar-proof vault, with time locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity; alcoves attached for the private examination of valuables, with writing materials; a young lady In attendance. 8 1 If M~ ESMIN'S FEMALE PILUS AS A SPECIFIC monthly medicine for immediate relief for painful and Irregular menses—from whatever cause. For sale by FREEMAN & CARPER, 102 North Spring st Price, $2 per box. 5 9 ly_ IG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON works; all kinds of painting and repair ing. 128 San Pedro si., between First and Second sts., Los Angeles. 1 (> tf FOR HOUSES TO RENT CALL ON BARNES A: BARNES, 9-23 tf 227 W. Second st. CHOOL OF DRESSMAKING, CUTTING AND fitting; patterns cut; French tailor system, Room 87, Potomac block. 82. lm TO RENT YOUR HOUSE ? Leave your key with HILL & CO., 123 W. Second St 9 1 H AF. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE, . 112 (. enter place 1 !■*» tf FOB BXI!HAl(OI.^ J —FOlt" EXCHANIJE—CHOICE IM -3PI)I'UV/ proved acreage at Cahuenga: 5-aore bearing orchard—navel oranges, ligs, prunes, etc.; 5 acres solid to lemons, set tbis last spring; good house, barn, well, etc.; will ex change for Los Augclcs residence property. BAR'SES <V. BARNES, 9-23 tf 227 W. Second st F~~ "OR _ EXCHANGE—A VERY DESIRABLE and highly productive fruit and nut farm of 70 acres. In the beautiful Ojai valley, near Nordhoff, Ventura county, for good unincum bered residence property in this city; cash value, «2i,',000. Apyly early to ", 3. 6. VAN DOREN, 9-Btf 101 8. Broadway. I7IOR EXCHANGE—ANY KIND - CIF WINK ' grapes taken in exchange at a fair price lor a No. 1 mule and a line thoroughbred s vear-old stallion, both without a blemish. Call for particulars at the office ot the HERMITAGE VINEYARD CO., No. all North Lo.- Angeles street, 9-2t-7t EXCHANGE EASTERN INCOME ! acreage for desirable Los Angeles house; will assume reasonable incumbrance. »-17tf MACKNIGHT A- FUGARD. PEItIiONAI,. _^ P" ERSONAL—COFFEE, FRESIi"rOASTED ON our giant coffee rooster, .lava and Mocha, 85c lb; mountain coffee, 3.V; gerinea, Wei rolled rye, 10c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; (i lbs rolled wheat, 25c; 8 lbs corn meal, 15c; 15 lbs gran ulated sugar, 81; lOlbs beans, 25c; can toma toes or corn, 10c; 3 cans corned beef, 2oc; can baked beans, loe; box maecaroni, 55c; extract beef, 25c; 4 bars Dininore's soap, , 'se; can coal oil, 80c; 3 lbs lard, 30c; pork, 14'ic; ba con, Ni'-c; picnic hams, 12'jc. ECONOMIC STORES,MS S. Spring st. ' 7- •> tf PERSONAL- RALPH BROS. — GOLD BAR flour, $1.00; city flour, 80e: granulated sugar, 15 lbssl; brown sugar, 20 lbs $1; (i lbs rolled oats, 25c; sardines. 5 boxes, 23c; table iruit, 3cans 50c; Midland coffee, 25c lb: east ern oil, 80c; gasoline, wOe; 24b can corned beef, ISO; lsrd, 10 lbs, 95e; 5 lbs. 50c. 001 Soutli Spring street, corner Sixth. A RRIED LADI ES' SAFEG UARD; PAT ented; no medicine; no equal: money re funded if not satisfactory. Send 10 cents to LADIES' NOVELTY C 0.," Kansas City, Mo. 8-2l> dm MARRIAGE BUREAU - DETAILS 10c. Confidential. MRS. COYNE. Address r,ux 60, A. D. Send stamps for details. jl-j:-i l it JAY E. HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bryson-Bonebrake block. Telephone 525. Practices in all the courts, state and federal. 7-L tf "a GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN xV« street, Chicago, 111.; 20years'experience; secrecy; special facilities in several states. Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states, in press. (i-4 tf HUNSAKER & GOODRICH, LAW V E1! S, rooms 103 and 104 Phillips block, corner Spring and Franklin streets. Telephone, 1120. 7-(i tf J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT • tention given to the settlement of estates. 115 West First st. 4-0 tf K. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FUI" • ton block, 'ZO7 New High street, Los An geles. 1-16 tf WM. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, room 3 Allen block, Temple and Spring streets. 2-21 ii MUSICAL. riMIE KAMMERMEYER ORCHESTRA— X First-class music furnished for balls, par ties, concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin, mandolin, etc., taught. Oflice at Fitzgerald's music store, corner North Spring and Franklin streets. 10-14-ly OS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC and Arts, open all the year. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, president. V.M.C.A. building, Broadway and Second street. 8-14-ly ANJO BY MISS M. E ASTHURY; 5 AND C stringed taught. Studio 51; take elevator by People's Store, Phillips block. 11-12-ly P~ROF. B. berg's ACADEMY OF MUSIC. IN structions in all branches. UUOS. Spring st. 9-20 tf STUDIO, ROOM • A, ('rocker building, 212 S. Broadway. S-'JIHt PHYfiiICIANfJj MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, Mll ) wiferv. Ladies cared for during eonline ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly attended to. Telephone 1119. ti-2tf 171 BLAKESLEE, M. D., EYE AND EAR, Zd% late of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary and Chicago Opthalmic College. Oflice, S. Broadway. 9-2tf EORoWb. BEACH, M. D., OFfTcE A N'T) residence, 131 North Spring st. Office hours, 8 to 12, ltos, oto 8 p.m. Telephone 433. 11-3tf MRS. DR. WELLS—OFFICE IN HER BRICK block, 127 E. Third st. Specialty, diseases of women. LOST AND FOUND. 10ST-THURSDAY AFTER Terminal railway, or in this city, a red leather pocket book, containing moneys, valu able papers snd the cards of the owner. Tho finder will be liberully rewarded by returning the same to Westminster hotel. " 9-29 Bt ay'ed^r - 'stolenTfro.\i PLACE OF O Kupferle, on Wilmington avenue, gmiles this siue of Wilmington, one dark brown mare, white spot on left hind foot; no brand; black mane. A liberal reward w ill be paid for return to ANDREW STEPHENS, Simla Monica, 7l DENTIMTR. 1882—Establ ished—lBB2T DR. L. W. W ELLS, CORNER SPRING AND First streets, Wilson block; take elevator. Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth extracted without pain. Room 1. 111 4tf R. S. TOLITu RST, DENTIST, 108' T~S. Spring street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless extraction. 0 20 tl IT-RANK STEVENs7 3244 SOUTH SPrTng ST. . Ojten Suniiay .'ml eveiang ],y electric llgat AKOHITIfCTS. BURGESS J. REEVE, ARCHITECT, ESTaIp lished for the lust 10 years in Los Angeles. Rooms 7 unit 8 second floor, Workman block, Spring st., between Second und Third. 1-20 ly . jri H" sTbrTiad \ yy» way, l e'meii First anil Second. S-7 if MEK<, .ANU 1' INIBMKKH Metropolitan VfirAM dye w6Rke,"24i Franklin s.t.; line dyeing uiid elcuniug. 1-13 tf jJA.II.SIAN DYE WiTrKs;27s SOUTH MAIN street: lies! ,|r.-ing in the city. 1-1:1 tf co.-. rwAproßs). SCHEIi I jl, ousand asphuli paving; 227 \V. i iroi i=t. HBI.P W ANTKII—M 'l' K ilXsoOoirELP YOU OUT? IF SO, YOU c»n have it! We offer you the sole agen cy for an article that la wanted In every home and Indispensable In every office, something that sells at sight. Other articles sell rapidly at double the price, though not answering the purpose half so well. You can make from |600 to $,00 in three months, introducing it, after which It will bring a steady, liberal Income, If properly attended to. Ladies do as well ss well us men, in town or country. Don't miss this chance. Write at once to J. W. JONES, Manager, Springfield, Ohio. 9-23-eod-w4t XVAXTKP—ALL NEEDING HELP FREE fi employment or any information, address E. NITTINI'ER'S RUREAU. established 1880. Office, 319>> S. Spring St.; residence. 451 S. Hope st., corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele phone 113. 8-16 tl ETTY, HUMMEL A CO., EMPLOYMENT agents, 181-188 W.-Virst st. Telephone .100. ruder the Los Angeles National bank. Help of all kinds carefully selected and furnished. Situations of nil kinds furnished. 7-11 tf "W v TED—ANY MAN TIfRoT*GH ARIZO iI ns on commercial business can secure an addition to his income by applying at the Herald office. The best of references must he given. 9-3911 City and County official free h bor Bureau, 240 New High st. Telephone 1153; for cooks, waiters, household help, me chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, Manager. 9-221 m •IV ANTED—PARTY TO DRILL W ELL, L E V> SMITH, Insurance Agent, 227 W. First It D-27 tf TXTAKTXD — A BARBER FOR SATURDAY >> and Sunday at 211 E. First st. II 29 2t help wanted—fkmalk. -\\-^anVed^(^^ Yt families at the Woman's Exchange and Employment Office, 45 S. Raymond avenue, opposite postoffiee, Pasadena. 9-18 tf ANTED~£xPERIENCED HELP, AND good apprentice for dressmaking. MRS. M. E. LOUIS, 133);, B. Spring st. 9-29 2t TtJ NURSE "oIRL~ATI3I2 AME- V> liast. 9-29 St TXTANTEO-A NtJEBB GIBL AT Bia ABB YY lia st. 9-2S 'it WANTKD-MISCELLAHEOOB. ACTrTJCTA~T]o^N^W^ISOo"FOR ONE year; will pay v high rate of Interest; will secure the loan with a clear developed high grade gold mine and 5000 Irrigation shares worth par; also 40,00» shares of gilt-edge mining stock worth 820,500; total amount of security over $00,000; this will hear investi gation. It you wish tv make this loan please call at rooms 13 and 15, No. 120., S. Spring st. 9-28 -11 * ■\Y rANTKD ~ TO I'URI'HASK LOT WEST OR YY south front, between Twenty-second and Twenty-seventh, Grand avenue and Hoover street; must be reasonable in price; state size of lot, give location and price. Address BUYER, box 20, Herald. 8-11 tf VST ANTED —A PARTNER WITH $.">OOO TO VI invest in a paying project, in which there are no chu.ices of loss and profits large. Party desiring to d- al must furnish evidence of good character. Address D., Herald office. 9-23 tf \\ t^nTed^i^," _ f.ssTyK "sermon's "or Y y other documents to eopv bj hand or by Ivpewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD, room 8, 242' i S. Broadway. 9-'< lm wTPiI ¥25(10 TO PUR yy chase half interest in a desirable inven tion; fortune iv it. Address E., Herald oflice. 9-23 tf Vt'r AN " rEI '—PROPERTY LISTED W 7 ITHTs; yy we have customer?. DORSEY, CHAM BERLIN* A CO., 241 S. Broadway, 912 tf \Vantic d—wx have customers for yy Installment houses. DOKSEY, CHAM BERLIN .v. CO., 244 S. Broadway. 9-12 tf W** ANTED — SMALL BUSINESS, NOT RE- V V quiring much experience. Address, with price, L. U., this oflice. 9-29 3t HOUSE OF ABt)l"T yy 20rooma Address, with particulars, Mrs. X., this oMcc. 9-2931 _Jf°JL ERIf-nOIJ'ISS. ■ 9-ROOM HOUSE, 320 S. OUVE . st.; just been put in first-class condition; newiv papered, painted, etc. BARNES & BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 9-15 tf 1 _ 50R~itENT—7-ROOM HOUSE, BARN, BATH. . etc.; everything complete; also 4 fur nished rooms lot housekeeping; very close in. -'1 1 W. Klltli Bt, * 9-23 8t FOR KENT— KOOHS. RENT—FURNISHED OR~I*NFI*RNISII ed rooms; single or en suite; rooms for light housekeeping; terms by tlie week or month the lowest in the city; free baths; loca tion unsurpassed; only ttya'minutes' walk from business centre. SHAFFER HOUSE, 525 Sand St., near high school. 9-14 tf Ij*IOR RENT—LA RGB SITTING-ROOM AND bedroom, with gus and use of bathroom; close in; nice location; suitable for one or two gentlemen; rate $15 for one end $20 for two persons; references required. AddressO. X. S., box 30, Herald office. H-.O tf FOR RENT—NICELY FURNisHED ROOMS, single or en suite; light housekeeping priv ileges allowed; the best location in the city: reasonable rates. (32(1 South Broadway. Prl vale family. 8-27 ti EDUCATIONAL. M'aRLBOROUGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND young ladies, Vest Twenty-lhird street. Fully equipped in the higher departments for pupils under 12 yeirs of age received. Nlv.-. G. A. CMSwell, principal, literature, his tory ami rhetoric. Miss Louise Plnney (Wcllesley), Latin. Miss W*. E. Uowt'ii, mathematics. Mile dti Creey de Bremont, French. Herr Arnold Kutner, German. Mrs. (uirdcn-Maelcod, drawing. Mrs. Gardner coeswell, vocal music. Mrs. Thomas Wipes, piano. Mr. Hurley Hamilton, violin. Miss Aduie 1.. Murphy (Cunimock school, Chicago), physical culture. Terms, per year, including modern lan guages; boarding pupils, $500; day pupils, $100. 9-29 3t Tl (IE WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE HAS removed to the upper Hoor of the Stowell block, ti2(i South Spring street. It has now the largest aud finest business college rooms in the state, and the largest attendance of any eom mtrrcial school south of Sim Francisco. Fine passenger elevator ruiiniug direct to the school rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec essary. The publleis cordially Invited to call and Inspect the college in its new location. Both day and evening schools in session the entire summer. Catalogue and College Jour nal free. G. A. Hough, President; N. G. Felker, Vice-President;.! V,'. Hood, Secy. 5-4 ly OS ANGELES BUSINESS ( OI.Lh.GJS AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL. (Incorporated;, 144 South Main street. Largest and best equipped' business training school on the coast Thorough and practical courses in tho commercial, shorthand, type writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English brunches. Large, able and niuture faculty of Instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Call at oliice. or write for elegant catalogue. E. F. SHRADER, President; FT W. KKl.si.v, Vice-President; L L.INSKEEP, Sec retary. 9-IG-ly qTrLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL. 41(1 W. Tenth St., reopens Sept. 28. Miss I'arsous and Miss Dciinen, Prin. ["till courses in English studies languages, nuslO, art, physical culture, College prepa ration, special students admitted. Boarding lepartment and primary class just opening. li-l lm OCIIOOL llll! HOYS AND YOUNG MEN, O now in session. Bryson block (top floor), SeSond and Spring sts. Rooms light und cheer ful; ventiiation perfect. Thorough instruct ion in all the common English branches, special attention lo arithmetic, higher mathe natics und classics. A. 13. BROWN, A. M., .Yale). 26 Potomac block. 0-3 lm C' ISk~" DE ROSAS, FEOEI'EL INSTITUTE, Adams, cor. Hoover St., will open all its lepartment'; Tuesday, Oct. 24. For further lartlcul&rs apply to MRS. CAROLYN M. N. \LDF.N, 8011 W. Adams st. 9-27 tf M~ IJwTckLESON'f' PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR primary, grammar and high school stud es opens September 4tli. Summer school vow nsesaion. 412 W. Second st. 9-0 lm VsliiUßY'WllJitTlT/Orr., TYPEWRITING fx and BusinesH Institute. Take elevator by 'topic's Store, Phillips' block; send for cata ogue. 10-12 12in r "t)S"a NC ISLES TRAINING SCHOOL (INCOR tj porated) for klndergartners. Address IRS. NORA D. MAYHEW, 070 West Twenty, bird st. 5-2 M tf iHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING—REST ? advantages. LONGLE V INSTITUTE, Spring .lid First sts. 3-7 tf A V. iI.LIIARTITZ, MUSIC STUDIO, ROOM (A.. A, Crocker building, 212 3. Broadway. 8-29 111 l GHIROPODIIST. 1«1SS c, STAFFER, CHIROPODIST AND Vi musseusc, 21l W*. First St., opp. Nadeau. 12 24 tf VA TENTS, tocyiilGm'S, ETC. [J A/. M.l, i TOWNSEND, ROOM 9 DOWNEY 11 block. Tel. 317, Los Angeles. 11-22 tf LOS ANGELES HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2'J. WS6. rrtß^ A il!^l™s^^!? op,s,iTT • ■yyiGMORE St O'BRIEN, 231 WCBt First street We have Customers to Rent Houses. Cheap Lois on W. Pico st on the Installment Plan. Money to loan. 9-29 tf IrtOß SALE— 1 BARGAINS! BAROAINBI BARGAINS! CITY AND COUNTRY. We have a large amount of land adapted to the various kinds of fruits, with good wsler rights, In quantities to suit at figures below the real value. We have orange, walnut and lemon groves, ranging In value irom $3000 to $70,000, ac cording to acreage, age, location and Income. We have corn, alfalfa and grain land—no Ir rigation needed—well adapted to heg raising or dairy business. Wo have a fine stock ranch of 3500 acres. CITY. BUSINESS BLOCK—Wo have one of the best business blocks in the city; pays 9 per cent net ou investment; only capitalists of large means need-apply. HOUSES AND LOTS—We have handsome res idences and unimproved lots in the most de sirable part of the city, HOTELS—Wo have one one of the best lo cated, best paying first-olass hotels In Southern California People at a distance ear, safely Invest through us. ♦ "Do as we would lie done by" Is our motto. Cut out this' 'ad" and keep It for reference. 9-10 tf HILL A CO., 123 West Second st jpORSALII JWOAA-LOT ON PICO AND SAN PEDRO Sr»H.rU streets. £l IAA—BEAUTIFUL LOT, 60 FEET FRONT epHrUU near Westlake Park. %3nAAA—*OXI4O. WITH TWO HOUSES, rTN'UIrU Main and Fifth sts. ODEA s) BARR. 9-20 tf 103 a Broadway. \ DAMS, ROUSE & MEEKINfT il. 207 West Second street. FOR SALE—lmproved, unimproved and In come paying city propenies, at bottom prices. Orange and deciduous fruit or chards,alfalfa lands,vineyards and ranches. FOR EXCHANGE—Desirable income paying eastern properties for city property, orchards or runchea. MINES of merit handled through our eastern connections. ■ CAREFULLY selected lists for your examine tion. RENTS collected and tenants secured. 9-6 tf 17<6r saw— bargains! 1; $500—Fine lot on Thirty-second st., near Hoover. .'.*>— Fine lot on Twenty-fifth St., near Main. $700—Fine lot on Eleventh, near Pearl. $10oo— Fine lot ou lngraham st. Bargain. $1100—Fine lot on lngraham et. $1300—Fine lot on West Seventh st $2000—Fine lot on Hope St., close in. CRAWFORD & LOCKHART, 9-22 tf 147 S. Broadway. SALE— GOOD INVESTMENT. A particularly nice residence and business corneron South Main street —165x148 feet; 3 2-story residences, always rented. Price $9100. J. S. VAN DOKEN, 9-20 tf 101 S. Broadway. A AN BiaOAKT 10-KOOX HOtTBX I (OU southwest,close to cable line; loca tion one of the best in the city; house com plete in every particular; cold storage room and cellar; lorge lot, fine lawn, choice shrub bery—a detided bargain. BARNES St BARNES, 9-23 M 227 W. Second st. I? O R~SALE-$.-700—IIAN~DSOME^ _ NE\V 7- JT room house; hall, bath, cellar, modem conveniences, .tone walks; southwest, near electric ears; eeshs4oo, balance monthly; no interest. TAYL'JK St RICHARDS, 10s Broad way. 9-20 tf I>OR SALE — CHOICE BPRING-BTR EET property, improved, close in: renting for big interest'on price asked. A bargain. BARNES <£ BARNES, il-. 6 tf 227 W. second st. I~SorFale— 5-ROOM new cottage, hall 1 bath, etc.; routhwest, near Hoover and Adams sts; $150 cash, balance $20 monthly; no Interest TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 9-16 tf J*OR SALE—EASTLOS ANGELES, S. WORK man St., 8-room house 1 ; large lot;oply $1700; terms, $150 cash, balance $20 monthly. TAYLOR St RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 9-21-10t 1555 SA I.E—2-STO RY, 9-ROOM HOUSE, ' fint-elass condition, on University electric car line; for sale by owner. Inquire ot rooms 4 ond i. New Wilson block. 8-3 tf IriOP. BALK-lf r 1300~"EACII 2 5-ROOM COT ' tages on Forrester avenue, near electric car line; monthly payments. BARNES St BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 9-2 tf A | i AA—FOR SALE—NEW ft ROOM BOUBE OI+IHF on Victoria street; monthly pay ments $15. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West Second st. Z.' 21 JL UOfTsALE BY OWNER—MODERN 9-ROOM JT house on University electric car line; ele gant home st a bargain; with or without fur niture. Inquire at rooms 4 and ft, new Wilson block. 9-24 tf SALE-60 WELL LOCATEDU OTS ON 1 instollinent plan. K. P. CULLEN 4- CO., 237 West Pirst st. 9-16 tf 1-<OR'sALk-LIST YOUR p¥oTeRTY _ FOR ' sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN i CO., Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st. 9-i0 tf EAUTIFUL HOUSE—I 2 ROOMS, ON JEF ferson street, near Figueroo. CRAWFORD St LOCKHART, 147 South Broadway. 9-24-tf SEE MEAGHER~&7AY~FOri~BARGAINS IN real estate. 101 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. 9-27 tf MONKY TO LOAN. PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY (INCORPORATED). Loans money iv any amounts on all kinds of collateral security, dia monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and steel safes, and professional libra rics, without removal; and on fur niture In lodging, boarding houses and hotels, without removal, par tial payments received. Money quick Business confidential. Pri vate office for ladies. W . E. DEGROOT, .Manager. 8- 29 ly Rooms 2, 3St 4, 114 S. Hpringst. IIIINEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL ivI ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds oi personal and collateral security. LEE BROS., 9- 1S ly 40: S. Spring st. OXEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL COL lateral, mortgage and other good securi ties. WIG MO RE £ O'BRIEN, 2il W. First St. 9-28 tf I~t YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT"DiTIaY, no commission, prevailing rates of interest, see Security Savings Bank, 118 S. Main. 4-1-ly rpO LOAN—WE HAVE $500 AND $(100 TO J. loan on good real estate security. FLOUR NOY, 128 Broadway. 0-20 li BUSINESS OPPOBTUNITIKH. HALF INTEREST IN livery stable, comprising horses, biiggica, carriages, harness, etc.; also half of the real estate, together with improvements: will sell the whole for $SSOO on account of departure. Apply on premises, 237 S. Lob Angeies st. to P. Dnpuy. ' 0-28 7t npl! E LOS ANGELES DIRECTORY OI'FH li A. keeps a complete list of all business for sale or exchange. Parties desiring to cither buy or sell will consult their best interests by applying at olHce, 103 South Broadway, s 9 1-VoR~SALE— (TIEAP FOR CASH, A FIRST 1 class blacksmith business. For particulars apply to W. A. MORRISON, Redondo Reach, Cal. 8 29 lm FOR SALE CHEAP—ONE-lIALF~INTEREST iv a good-paying dairy; the other hall can be rented. Address P. O. box 768, Los Ange les 9-19 lm EXCVKSIONH. Rl&MfiffirS/ D AY SAVED BY TAKING ■BKaiKaffift' / Santa I r e excursi(>ns to Kan lV?r'.!Sjgji!jgW»aK City, St. Louis, Chicago, New York nnd Boston. l*ave Ixis Angeles every Wednesday; personally conducted through to Chicago arid Boston; tomily tourist sleepers to Kansas City and Chicago daily. Low rates and quickest time. Oflice, 129 N. Spring st. 7-1 m nHII.LIPS' EA>T~BOUND~~EXCURsIONS -1 Personally conducted, via Denver and Rio Grande and Rock Island Routes; leaves Los Angeles every Tuesday and Friday; crossslug the Sierra Ncvadus and passing the entire scenery on the P.lo Grande by daylight. Office, 138 S. Spring et 7-1 If TC. JUDSON A CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST . every W'ednesdoy via Suit Lake City and Denver. 'Tourist curs to Chicago ond Boston. Manager In charge. Office, 212 S. Spring st. ' 6-1 tf a m> I S. AND TITLE INSURANCE COM . V ~»'".• of Los Angeles; northwest corner of Franklin and New High sts. ml7tf FOB HAI.K (OI NTKV PROPERTY I?olTsale^STacr KsWri'aiillT f6rT>£ JT 1 clduous fruits and all kinds of vegetables, corn, etc,; small bouse, barn, well, mill and tank; finest of water; horse, esrt, plows, culti vator and small tods, cooking stove aud out fit; about $100 worth of Egyptian com, now ready to gather, and 5 acres of potatoes plant ed for fall crop. Price only $1500—5700 cash, balance time. 9400—3-room hard-finished cottage and lot 40x128, close to electric cars; half cash, bal ance easy. A high-grade Bicycle for sale cheap; nearly new. Asetofplpo tools, complete, with rope and blocks, for sale cheap; has vise, cutters, dies, tongs, etc. Call. DEAN, GILBERT & CO., 0-21) tf 237 \V. First at, I7»0R SALE -$-250,000; ORANGE ORCH -1 ards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruit orchards, olive, orchards, dsiry or farm ranches, fine city residences, hotels, lodging houses, groceiy stores, hardware business, fruit stands, cigar stands, meat markets, sa loons, bakeries, restaurants, and all kinds of mercantile business; prices from $100 to $-•50,000; we neither advertise nor try to sell anything that will not stand the strictest in vestigation. NOLAN Si mi i I'll, 228 W. Sec ond st 8-19 tf OR SALE —A VERY FEW CHOICE GOV eminent and school land locations for sale cheap; or would take part pay In other property. A few choice lots on Seventeenth and Eigh teenth sts., west of Figueros; $1100 to $900. J. K. ML'LKEY, 8-22 tf 1140 W Eighteenth or 213 W. First st. OR SALE—27O ACRES 10 MILES FROM city; 80 acres In bearing fruit, SOacresln barley, balance In pasture; all fenced; good water by iron pressure pipes; good barn, small house; price, $20,000; terms, $5,e00 cash, $5000 good trade, $10,000 mortgage 3to 5 years, at B'.. per Bent. J. S. VAN DOKEN, 9-12 tf 101 8. Broadway. Ij-iOR SALE—I7O ACRES FINE ORANGE. ' vine or olive land, adjoining thecelebrated Vaehe winery at llrookside, near Redlands; this Is Ihp very choicest land in that neighbor hood in the market: all or part; price $12,500, terms easy. For particulars see A. C. GOLSH, 147 S. Broadway. 8-30 tf I"*<oR BALE~OR EXCHAN'OE-92 ACRES, 1 1 mile northwest of Burbank, In 10-aere lots or more. In the tine deciduous fruit belt. In quire of D. NECIIA RT, 151 S. Broadway, or F. M. EAGLESTON, adjoining lands. 7-10 tf SALE —20 ACRES NEAR CAHUENGA 1 Pass, with good water right, $75 per acre; hargoln. TAYLOR St RICHARDS, 102 Broad way. 7-30 tf ITIOR SALE—A NO. 1 ALFALFA LAND WITH " water, only $100 per acre; near city. TAY LOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 7-30 tf For sale—list~your~pr6perl , y - for sale or rent with K. P. cfI.LEN 4 CO., Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st 9-10 tf FOX SALK— al**C£l.L INKOUs. FOR SALE— STOCK; mining, city and country property. Particular attention paid to patents of all kinds. Choice property in Azusa valley. Cor respondence solicited. W. at STOVER, Real Estate and Mining Exchange, 8 30 If 227 W. First st. T?OR SALE—ICO SHARES OF THIT"cAPI- V tal stock of the California Oil and Gas De velopment Co., in blocks to suit, or will ex change for property. 1. S. SMITH, Insurance Agent, 227 W, First st. 9-V3 7t FOR SALE—MiXIXO OCTFIT, CHEAP FOR cash, including new wagon specially tit led out with water casks and other Imple ments. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson block. 9-24 tf r*^al.e~fFne TEA M OF SCOTCH Pt> ' nlcs, lor ladies or children, or will sell choice. F'reemon St., cor. Ixigau, or address P. O. Box 404, Otty. 11-39 3t repeating rifle" ■ 44 caliber, 1889 model; $10 cash. Inquire at V.ESTLAKE'S RESTAURANT, 500 S. Spring St. 9-29 2t F" OR PAPERS IN QUANTITIES to suit nt this office. al k DID .11 <i- KATE and business medium, will remain a short time longer. Circles Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings. Sittings daily. 3 4 South Broadway. 9-20 7t CLAIRVfIYAXT AND LlFf7reTdiW~mTF dium; consultations on business, remov als, marriage, disease, lawsuits, love, mineral locations, etc,; 452 s. Main st. MRS. PARKER. 8-30 tf HKOKKKH. I~> wTpOINDEXTER, BROKER, 105 WEST ii Second st. Confidential business agent for investors or borrowers. If you wish to lend or liorrow, or invest In any securities, please call. 8-1 tf - ■ 1 Ordinance No. 184.1. (NEW SERIES.) AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTEN tionofthe mayor and council of the city of Los Angeles to change and establish the grade of THISJ) STREET from Breed street to Soto street, and fixing the limits ol the disiriet to be assessed to pay the cost, damages and expenses thereof. The mayor and council of the city of Los An geles do ordain as follows: SECTION 1. That It is the intention of tho council of tue city of Los Angeles to change and establish the grade of THIRD STREET from Breed street toSotostrcet, as follows: At the intersection oi Breed street the grade shall be, as now established; at a point 180 feet east of the east line of Breed street the grade shall be changed and established at 53.50; at the Intersection o Soto street the grade shall be as now estab lished. And at all points between said designated points the grade shall be established so as to conform to a straight line drawn between Baid designated points. Elevations are in feet and above city datum plane Skc 2. Tlie boundaries of the district to be affected by said change of grade and to be as sessed to pay the damages that .may be awarded by reason of such change of grade are hereby designated and established as fol lows: . Beginning at tlie northeast corner of Third and Breed streets, thence northerly to the northwest corner of lot 13 of block 2 of the Yale tract; thence easterly to the northwest corner of lot 4, of said block 2; thence Bouth erlv to the northwest corner of lot 0 of said block 2; thence easterly along the northerly line of said lot 8 to the westerly line of Soto street: thence southerly along the westerly line of Soto street to tlie southeast corner of lot 2 of block A, Moore and Kcllelier's subdivision of Boyle Heights tract; thence westerly to the southwest corner of lot 12 of said block A; thence northerly along the easterly Hue of Breed street to the point of beginning. Sec. 3. The city clerk hhnll certify to the pasß ageof this ordinance and shill cause the sunie to be published for ten days in the LO3 Angeles Herai.ii, and thereupon and thereafter It shall take effect mid be iv force. I hereijy certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by Ihe council of the city ol Los Angeles at ita meeting of September 18th,1893. C. A. LUCKENBACH, City Clerk. Approved this 22d day of September, 1593. 'I.E. ROWAN, 9-24 lOt Mayor Ordiuance No. 184)2. r'JF.W SK.KTFsI.I AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTEN tion of the mayor and council of the city of Los Angeles to establish the grade of STAR STREET, From Pico street to Sixteenth street. The mayor aud council of the city Of Los Angeleß doordalu as follow: . Suction 1. That It is the intention of the council of the city of Los Angeles to establish the grade of STAR STREET, From Pico street to Sixteenth street, as fol lows: At Ihe Intersection of Pico street the grade shall be 33.57 on Ihe southwest corner and 30.44 on the southeast corner; at the Inter section of Fourteenth street 39.50 on the northwest comer and at v point In the cast side of star street opposite said corner 40.00 on the southwest corner, and at a point in the east fide ot Star street opposite said corner; at a point 290 ieet north oi the north line of Six teenth street 43.40 oil both sides of Star street; at the Intersection of slxtuenth street 44.73 on the northwest corner and 44.57 on the northeast corner. ... And at all points between said designated points tlie grade shall be established so as to conform to a straight line drawn between said designotcd points. Elevations are In feet and below City datum plane. Skc 2. The city clerk shall certify to Ihe pass ngcoflhisordinance and shall cause the same to be published for ten days in the I.os Augeles Hkkai.d, and thereupon and thereafter it shall take effect and be in force. 1 hereby certify that ihe foregoing ordinance was adopted by the council of the city of Los Angeles, at its meeting of Sept. IMb, 1893. \ . A. LAJCKt.-N BACH. City clerk. Appproved this 22d day of September, 1893. T. E. ROWAN, 9-24 lOt "layor. Summons. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TOE COUNTY of Los Angeles., Bute Of California. Sarah c Whlgham. plaintiff, vs. F. H. Bar clay, IL J, Hunt, J. W. Bendrlck. J. 8. Chap inau, Ida Hancock, as administratrix of the estate of John. Hancock, deceased; Francis K. McDonnell. A. A. McDonnell, Robert N c Wil son, H. t). shields, Julia MoKrlain, John Doe, Richard Roe, Mary Dor, defendants. Action brought la the superior court of Los Angelen cnuuty. state of Callfoanla, aud the complaint filed in said county of Los Angelas, In the oflice of the clerk of said superior court The people of the state of California send greeting to F. H. Barclay, H. J. Hunt, J. W. Heudrlck, J. S. Chapman, ida Hanooek, as ad ministratrix of the estate of Johu Hancook, de eea ed; Francis It. Mcßonaell. A. A. McDon nell, Robert N.C. Wilson. H. 8. Shields Julia McErlam, John Doe, Richard Roe, Mary Doe, defendants. You are hereby required to appear In an ac tion brought against you by the above named plaumffln the superior court of the county of t.os Angeles, state of California, and to auswer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (eicluiive of th» day of service) alter the ser vice on you of this summons—lf served within this county; or if served elsewhere, wltnin thirty days, or judgment will bo taken against you according lo tho prayer of said complaint. The said aotion is brought to obtain a deciee of this oourt vacating aud setting aside the de cree of foreclosure and order of s»le, mads In a former action in said superior court, being action 10. 14,324 on tha register of action ot said court, wherein Forah 0. Whlgham was plaintiff, aud F. H. Bare, ay and oteers wore defendants, which said action was Instituted for the purpose of foreclosing the mortgage hereinafter referred to; and also vacatlns, and setting aside the sale made on the 17th day of November, 1891, in pursuance of tne said de cree of foreclosure: and also vacat ng the sheriff's certificate of sale. lssu»d in pursuance of said sa.e. which satd certificate ot sve is recorded iv book 8, sheriff's certificates of ssl , pagc2U; and also ysoatlng ana setting aside the sheriff's deed, msde by the sheila of ■aid county lo said plaintiff in pursuance of (aid certificate on November 18th, 1891, recorded In book 802 of deeds, page 2, lv the ottice of the county recorder of said eouuty ot Los An geles Also to recover judgment against the said defendant, F. H. Barclay, for tbe sum of $5731.81, with interest at the rale of 12 per cent per annum from November 5. 1889. compounding quarterly; also to obtain a decree ot this court for the foreclosure of a mortgage described In said complaint and exe cuted by the sale! defendant F. H. Barclay, on the Slh day of May. A. D. 1888, to secure Ihe payment of a certain promissory note, made by sa d defendant F. H. Barclay, on said sth day o: May, A. D 1888, to said plaintiff, for $5500. gold coin, upon which said promissory note and mortgage there has been paid the sum of $707, and ho more, and upon which promls- Eory note and mortgage there Is dueand unpaid a balance of $5731.01, with Interest thereon at the rate of 12 per cent per annum, from No- TfmberS. 1889, compounding quarterly; also to recover judgment for the sum of $21.20 laid out and expended by plaintiff for taxes upon the mortgaged premises, aud for interest there en at 12 per cent per annum, compounding quarterly from December 20, 1890, aud also for the sum of $800 as reason able tounsel fee of plaintiff herein, as rrovlded iv said mintage; that the prem ises described in said mortrege may be sold and the proceeds applied to the payment of the amount the court shall ascertain to bo due on said note and mortgage, or other, and for such taxes, and for oouueel fees, and for co<ta of suit; and iv cafe such proceeds are not suffi cient to pay ihe same, then to obtain Judgment lor the deficiency, and an execution against said defendant, F. H. Barclay, and also that each and all of the defsndanls, and all persons cUlinlng by, through or under them, or either of them, may be barred and torevsr foreelo'cd of all right, title, claim, Hen, eqnlty of redemp tion ami Interest in and lo said mortgaged nreml'es, and for the appointment of a receiver for said premises, and for other and further relief. Reference Is bad to said complaint for particulars. And you are hereby notified that If you fall trt appear and answer .the said complaint as above required, the ssld piatnttft will apply lo the court for the relief demanded In said com plaint Given under my hand and the seal of tbe superior court of the county of Los Angeles, state of California, this 19th day of April, In tbe year of our Lord one thousand eight hun dred and ninety-three. [seal ] T. H. WARD, Clerk, By A. W. Seaveb, Deputy Clerk. Z. B. West and Wellborn St Hutton, atty'a for plaintiff. 8-29 63t Notice of Days When Garbage Will fie Removed Under Contract With the City of Los Angeles. ALL GARBAGE THAT WAS BEHOVED by the contractor under tbe previous con tract on Mondays only is now removed on Monday and Thursday: that on Tuesday on Tuesday and Friday: that on Weduesiay on Wednesday aud Saturday; that on Thurtday on Ihursday and Mouday; that on Friday on Fri day and Tuesday: that on Saturday on Satur day and Wednesday. Ashes aud tin cans must ba placed In sepa rate receptacles . . , Garbsse Is defined as dry refuse, vegetable aud animal matter from tho kitchen, not swill: hence nothing but garbage and ashes will be removed. J — , All families are requested to set their gar bage out on he sidewalk twioe a week. This notice is made cec.s«ry by the fact that thB prevlons contract cail-d for the col lection of garbage but once a week, anil to in form people what day of the week tne seoond co lection Is made. All complaints should be made at the office of the contractors, No. 212 New High street. Telephone number, 345. Br order of the Council at its meeting of Sept. 25.1893. 0. A. LUCKENBACH, 9-27 3t City Clerk. Notice — Application for License— Saloon. CTATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS O Augeles, ss. I,T. 11. Ward, clerk of the county of Lob An gelei, California, ond ex-onlclo cl>-rk of the board of eupeivlsors thereof, do hereby certify that, under the provisions of an ordiuance en titled '-Ordinance Imposing Licenses and Fix ing Rates Thereof in ibe County of Los Angeles, State of California." passed by said board March 4, 1893, the following applications for license, nuder s cilon 3 thereof, have been filed with said board and that the hearlna of said appli cation has by said board been fixed for the 11th dsy of October. 1893, is' 11 o'clock a. m., to-wlt: Filed Sept. 10, 1893; name, Jack Nelton; location, fJewball, Ca'.: business saloon. Filed Sept. 25, 1893; i. n -ie, » homai Bart lett: location. Five Mile House, Alhambra; business, saloon. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 25th day of September, 1893, [seal] T. H. WARD, Clerk ot Los Angeles County, California, and ex-Offielo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors tbereot By W. H. WHITTEMORE, 9-26 4t Deputy Clerk. Proposals for School Desks. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE city of Ljs Angeles, California, will re ceive, until Mouday, October 9, 1893, at 8 o'clock p.m., staled proposals for tumUhing the school department of this city with pupil. i<nd teachers' desks for the year ending Janu ary 1,1894. aaid desks to bi delivered In Loi Angoloi city, setup and leady to be screwed to the floor, at such sohool rooms as the board may direct. ■ . . Fach Did mutt be accompanltd by a certified check for the sura of $100, payable to the Board of Education of said city. Sample* of all goods bid ou must be exhib ited lv tlie rooms of tbe secretary of this board ut least ten days beforo said mas are opened. The bosrd reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or auy portion of a bid. By order Committee on Supplier Doted Los Angeies, Cal.. Sept. 22,1893. H. P. P..ATT, Secretary, 9-22 18t uoom 25, City Hall. Notice Inviting Proposals for the gale of Gravel. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL B«! RECEIVED by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. of Monday, October 2, 1893, for the sslo to the city of Los Aneeles of 2000 > ardi., more or less, of gravel of good quality and satis'aetory for graveling streets, bidders will state location of gravel. . . ... . A certified check to the order of the nuder siuued foi $50 must accompany each proposal as a Ktiarantee that the biuaer will enter into a contract, if awarded to him, lc conformity with his bid. council reserves tho right to reject any and all bids. .. . ... . . By order of the Council of the oity of Los Angola, at Its meeting °] 1893. 9-27 61 City Clerk. Notice—Annual Meeting of Stock holders. NOTICE U HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE annual meeting of the sto shoMers of the Harper dt Royuolds Company will bo held at the oflice of tha company in the city and couu vof Los Angeles, State of California, on Wodiiesdsy. Oct. 11,1893, at 10 o'clock a m., io the election of a boird of directors aud lor the transaction of such other business as may be brought bjlore the met ting. I. B. HKv. iON Secrets/v. Los Angeles, Sept, 20, 1H33. U-tiS \U Notice of the Sale of Honda of Ana helm Irrigation District. NOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNTII the 3d day of Ooiober, 1803, at 2 o'clock p.m. if tbat day. sealed proposal* will be received by (be board of directors of tha Anaheim Irriga tion district, in tha county of Orange, state ol Jallforulo, at tbelrofnce la the oity of Auahcim ;ounty and • tale aforesaid, tor the purchase ol i wo hundred thousand dollars.orsuoh part there >l as sotlsfoctory bids may be received therefor 3t the la'.ue of the bonds ot the district, which •aid bonds ware issued In accordance with the provisions of an act of the legislature, known v the Wright act, as amended by au act ap proved March 2iKh, 1891, the erfllio Issue Lherrof consisting of eleven hundred oondi of Ihe par value of $590 each, and live hundred bonds of tho par valneof $100 ouch, dated July 1, 1893, and payable In ten aeries as provided In said act. Interest and prluelpal payable at thnoffloeot tbo Culon Trust company of San graneUoo, Cal, or at the offioe of the Metr ipol itan Tru"tcomp«ny of New York city, at the option of the holder thereof. Said proposals should bo addressed to said Board, and endorsed, ' Procoanls- for Purchase if Bonds," and will bo opened by said board on tbe day and hour abovo mentioned oud the purchase awarded to the highest bidder, but .he board re<ervei the right to reject any and ill bids. Said uroposals to bo accompanied by < certified errbek payable to the order of said board in Ihe amount ot two per cent of each tnd all bids. Hy order of said b^ard. B. V. GARWOOD, Secretary. Dated Sept. sth, 1898. 9 9 201 Notice—Timber Culture. TT 8. LAND OFFICK, LOB AMGELSS, CAL., U . August 28th. 1893. Complaint having beou entered at this offioe by Wllllsm Mappa against George Gaukrodger, his heirs or legal repiceentetlves, for failure to r-omply with law »« to timber-culture entry No. 11702 dated Jonetitb, 1889, upon the hi"., sec tion 34, township 8 uorth, ramie 14 west, r). H. M., lv Los Angeio,: couniy, Callioraia, with a view to the cancellation of said -nt y; eon tesWnt alleging that said George G.iukrodger lied on or about January 3d, 1892, unmarried, leaving all bis real proocrty to his two fdßters, wbo are aliens and natives of Mew Zealand; ihnt said George Gaukrodster lolled to plant pr cause to be p.autcd 5 acrea of said tract In trees, seeds or cuttings at any time between June Oth, 1889, »ud January 3d, 1892; that since his deeeaae end up lo the prosent time his heirs or legal representatives have not planted or caused to he planted 5 acres of sold tract to timber, seeds or cuttings (copy of com plaint nerelo attached), the sntd parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office ou the 22d day of Noremoer, 1H93, at 10 o'clock s. m., to r .pond and furnish testimony con cernlng said" alleged failure. h B-14-301 Register. Notice for Publication of Time for • Proving Will, Etc. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, BTATE OF CAL lfornla, noun v of Los Angeles, ss. In tbe matter ot the estate ot Richard Chip pendale, deceased. Notice Is hereby given thst Friday, the 27ih day of October. 1»93,at 10 o'clock o. in. of said day, at the court room of this court, Depart ment Two thereof. In the city of l.os Angeles, county of Jxa Angeles, and mate of California, haa been appoint, d as tho time and place for heating the application of William Chippen dale, praying that a document now ou n oln this court, purporting Ie be the last will aud testament of the said deceased, be admitted to probate, that letters testamentary be issued ibereon to him, at which time and place all persons interested therein may appear aud contest the name. Dated Sept. 27, 1893. T. H.WARD, County Clerk. By C. W. Blake. Dvpoty. Davis & Valentine, attorneys for petitioner. 9 28 lOt _ Notice for Publication of Time for Proving Will. Etc. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CAL lfornia. County of Los Angeles, ss. In the mstterof Ihe estate of Horace F, Barker, deceased. » -. is. Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, the 3< day of October, 1893, at 10 o'clock am. of said day, at the court-loom of this court, depart ment two thereof, in tne city of Los Angeles, county of Ikm Augelcs snd slate of California, has been appointed as the time and place for bearing the application of Mary E. Barker praying that a document now on file in this court, purporting to be the las', will and testa ment of said deceased, be admitted to probate that letters testamsntory be issued thereon to her, at which time and place all persons Inter ested the elu may appear and contest the same. Dated Sept. 18. 1803. T. H. WARD. County Clerk. By C. W. Blake, Deputy. 0. A. Miller, attorney for petitioner. [9-2111 Notice Inviting Proposals for Rip- Sapping the Levee on the Los Angeles Rtveiv CfcAfcgD BE RBCBIVED O bj the undersigned trp \» Iti unlock am. o Monday. October 2. 1893. lor rlp-rapplng th levee on the Loa .Ajuicit* river, Irom the cross lug of the Santa F* orrage to a point ' 100 fee northerly, In accordance with speciheation on file in tbe officer of tho undersigned and plans ou file In the office of tne city engineer A certified check to order of tbe uudornlgnei for 5 per cent of the gross amount of said bit most aaoompany each piopo'al as a guarunte that the bidder will inter Into a contract, 1 awarded to hlrr, in conformity wl'h hi« bid. Council reserves tho right to reject any and all bid-. By order of tho Council of the city of Lo Angeles at its meeting of September 25.1893. C. A. LUCKENBACH. 9-27 8t City Clerk, Notice to Stationers. NOTICE IS HttRBBY GIVEN THAT THE Boird of Education ot the ultv of Loi An geles will receive bids until Mouday. October 2, 1893, for furnlthlug kindergarten rupplies as stated on list now on tile in tnoofflcs of the secretary of said board, said supplies to be o th-best quality, and delivered to the suporln tendentot buildings and repairs (C. H. Axtall) at the Soring street school. Each bid must cc accompanied by a certified cheek of $50, payable to tne Board ol Kduca tlenof said city, tuat the suc.iesiful bidder will enter into a contract to furnish sa d sup '''llie booid reserves the right to reject any aud all bid?. By order Committee on Snpplles. Dited LO3 Angeles. C.1., Bept 22, 1803. H. P. PA.ATT. aocretary, 9 22 lOt Room 25 <m - 'Gil. WHEELMEN, TAKE NOTICE. Cyc ea Mast Bear Port, Starboard and Head Light. A proposed ordinance against bicycles wae found yeßterday by the board of public works of the council. The subject in question was a pro posed ordinance gotten up by J. Bell and others against bicycles and their use. It' was presented to the council last Monday. It wae referred to the board of public works and will be heard by that body today. The ordinance presented by Mr. Ball is <-»sded by the name of W. H. Perry, t, d followed by the names of other pu.iLiiuent gentlemen. #t calls for a die played lamp, showing a white light in front, a green light at each Bide and a red light in tho rear, indicating the way in which the rider is going. It would have no wbeel left on the street or curb, unless in charge of b com petent person, and tho wbeel muct be securely fastened. Whether the petitioners thought the wheels would voluntarily run off is a question to be determined. The limit of the rate of speed is six miles an hour, ond no rider must pass closer than 20 feet to any person, vehicle, etc., while on a bicycle. Tbe petitioners would fix the bounda ries in which the limit of speed may be exercised, and wanted no wheel to he pushed along the sidewalk. No wheel men shall rido abreast or in file in twos or threes without a special written per mission. No rider shall ride ono wheel and guide another. Each wheel shall be licensed with tbe number on a brass band, tbe figures on which must be large enough to be read at a dietaries of aix feet. Tbe petitioners believe it ie better to apend $3000 ac a preventive of accidents than sutler from them and pay for the cu-e. Tbe bicyclists of tho city are wonder ing if the o.' -finance will be squelched. Afler s Dly.V l rlth tlie boys Your* tSU i'Juar liead-jJioiuo-'e mar. IS COOPER FAITHLESS? Miss Lucy Hale Says He M».1« Off with Her Fare*. Miss Lucy Rale ie now regrctiin* that she trusted too implicitly iv Mr. Charles Cooper, tne cause being the lose oi both tbe young uian etui her pocketbook, containing all of tier money. Miss Lucy and Mr. Cooper have been lovers for some monthe pact, but the en gagement has been declared off, owing to his strange behavior nnd disappear ance. Miss Rule's home is on (Steele's ranch, loutheast of tho oity, but she has been risiting friends on Bunker Mill avenue, lear Second street, for several wuoko. -Ihe ie tall and is a brunette. Mr. Jooper was employed in a vindmill es tablishment on Fourth etteet. Last Sunday Cooper and Mies Rale went out to Westlake park. For safety, ta sbe then supposed, Miss Rnle aaya :bat she handed her pnree to Cooper to leep during their excursion. Shortly after reaching the park Cooper urned to his companion, she states, md said tbat he desired to talk with :iia former employer in the windmill ' istablishment about securing work for ;ho next day, and asked her to wait for liiin, as he would return within half an hour. Three hours passed before Miaa Rule became disgusted and iioally went horn* alone. Slnee.tbat afternoon, she told a Herald reporter yesterday, she has not heard one word concerning Cooper, and now believee that ah« never will. She has aworn to a complaint: against him, and will endeavor to have tbe fellow bronght back to tbe city to answer for bis actiona. Miss Rule stated that Cooper had at- , wave acted honorebly toward her until laat Sunday. On previous occasions sbe i bad given him ber purse as on last Sua lay, but he had always returned it to her. She declined to state whether aha would appear against him if he ia caught and brought to trial, but inti mated tbat should he ccane into ber ' presence he would not be received aa cordially aa in times past. JUSTICES' COURT. Carr Acquitted of an Kmbaulemettk Charge— Minor Csssas. F. D. Carr was on trial yeaterday be fore Justice Anstin and a jury upon a charge of embezzlement. Carr, who la an old pensioner 76 years , of age waa charged by his landlay with ( the embezzlement of a watch, which tbe lady had given him to repair. Carr ' ia aaid to be a lover of strong drink, ■ and it waa alleged that be came home one evening in a state of intoxication., He waa minus bia landlay's watcb, and on hearing this tbe woman swore to a complaint charging him with the above crime. Carr aatd yeaterday that the watch mast have been stolen from him while be waa in a sleep. The jory gave him the benefit of the doubt and acquitted tbe old man. THE FVO DOO CASK. Belle Newell, wbo was charged on complaint of M. Cnmmings, tbe pro prietor of the Alameda house, with stealing a pug dog, waa discharged by Juetice Austin yesterday. There waa no evidence ot any descrip tion to warrant the woman's arreat on the charge of petty larceny. Miss Newell declared the dog waa a present to her and other witnesses tea ti tled to the same state of affairs. MINOR CASKS. J. £. Moore was fined (5 yesterday by Justice Austin for faat driving. A complaint charging Charles A, Cooper with embezzlement, was filed In Justice Austin's court yesterday by Mra. Lncy P. Rule. Edward Beach and V. B. Lang ton were convicted of vagrancy yeaterday in Justice Auatin'e court. Both men are said to be well known cappers for gamb lers and bunco men. Tbey will be sent enced tomorrow. George Craig who, it ia charged, forged Hancock Banning's name to snndry steamboat passes and checks, waa ar raigned in Justice Austin's court yester day and hia examination sat for October sth. Bail waa fixed at (2500. THAT BIG PIPE. It Is Bains Fat '» Petition Under the* Sad Sea Waves. The work of piecing tbe great cast Iron section of the outfall sewer into the ocean was begun yeaterday, 50 feet of the pipe being put in position, A tug left Redondo for the scene ol the work early yesterday morning. En gineer Dockweiler, Winston, Baeeell and Simpkina went from thia city to watch tha proceedinga. Tho tug, by aid of steel cables and iacli capstans, pulled the big pipe slowly inti the sea. No trouble io speak of was onccuntered, and tho novel proceed in i was pronounced a success. It wfll be aever.il days before the big pipe ia in final position. A Card. To the rubllc: For auuio time past the Times baa re peatedly violated ita agreement with the Typographical union until each viola tion haa been ao flagrant as to necessi tate vigorous action on the part ol tha uoioa. Tbe Tiruos haa repeatedly and uuwarrantedly attacked organized labor through ite columns. It hae defended tbo Chinese, whooe presence ia this country ia detrimental to labor, and its whole course, both to tho Typograpical union and labor in general, has been vindictive, unjust and in violation of a buainacs agreement. Tho Typograpi cal union, after stating their grievance to the Tiinea and waiting a reasonable length of time, failed to receive any re-. ply from that journal. The Typograph ical union has withdrawn its few mem bers from the Timea offioe, and their action has been endorsed by the Loa Angeles County Council oi Labor. Or ganized labor will ask ita friends and all industrial organizations to old it in ita druggie against this enemy of labor, humanity and the beßt interests of our atate. Respectfully, fcjAM J. CiiAi'PSL, Secretary. A New Cause. THOUSANDS FI.OCK TO ITS SIAHDABD.-WheU a new cause Is presented to the public It always excite, attention. A promlueut physician has said tliat la grippe, dv lng tha last three jears lias done more to weaken tho hearts of the world than any other causo that has ever ex ited i'liose who hsve had this milady and subsequently found themselves subject to pal pitation, short breath, irregular pulse, wind In BioiMcii, pain lv nlde or shoulder, smothering hpcll<>, tainting, dropsy, etc.. may feel assured they nave beau disease, which unless checked at ones, inav result fatahj. Dr. Miles' New Heart cure is the only remedy that can be re- , lied upon io eltout a cure, soid by O. H. Uanee, 177 N. wprtng, ou a. guarantee. A.ak lor the doc tor's new uouk.free, Finest Variety and Cheapest P'.aee In town for fish, game, oysters, etc., teem Hannlman's, Mott market.