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Persons wanting situations, help or wishing
Jo rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad
vertise in Tut: Herald
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. j
SPECIAT^IWTJCJBS^^^^
TV ANTED-A LOT ON SAN ffUDRO, THIS
TV side oi Eighteenth st.
Will exchange a fine 20 acre tract, well im
proved for city property.
Will exchange 17 acres, close in, well im
proved, for a good hotel property.
For sale, house and lot, close in, 5 good
rooms, for i£s<» cash and $15 per month.
House and lot for $40"-
Wanted to buy, a first-class 25-fSBB lodging
bouse In good location for casu.
Riverside land and money th exchange for
Los Angeles improved property.
MacKNIGIIT & FUGARD,
10-1 tt 252 S. Broadway.
OTK'E—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
company w ill strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: The hoursforsprinklingare between
« and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a line of $2 will be
charged before the water will be turned on
again. 3 17 ti
HE SAFE DEPOSIT BONES OE THE STATE
Loan and Trust company arc inclosed in a
fire-proof and 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. S 1 if
MESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief for
painful and irregular menses—from whatever
cause. Forsale by FREEMAN A CARPER, 102
North Spring st. Price, $2 per box. o9 ly
IG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAG ON
works; all kinds of painting and repair
ing. 128 San Pedro st., between First ami
Second sts., Los Angeles. 76 tf
1' 7<OR HOUSES TO RENT CALL l)N "
1 BARNES & BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
6~YOU WANT TO RENT YOUR HOUSE?
Leave your key with HILL A CO., 123 W.
Second st. * 9 1 tf
F. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE,
.. 112 Center place 1 15 tl
PIKSONAL.
IJERSON AL —CO FEE E.FR ESH ROASTED ON
our giant coffee rooster, Java and Mocha,
35c lb; mountain coffee, 35e; gcrmea, 20c:
rolled rye, 10c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; 6 lbs rolled
wheat, 25c: 8 lbs corn meal. 15c; 15 lbs gran
ulated sugar, $1: lOlbs beans, 25c; can toma
toes or corn, 10c: 3 cans corned beef, 25c; can
baked beans, lite: box meccaroni, 55c; extract
beef, 25c: 4 bars Ditimore's soap, voe: can
coal oil, 80e; 3 lbs lard, 30c; pork, 14',c; ba
con, IUUc; picnic hams, 12'.1c. ECONOMIC
S. Spring st. " 7-Mf
IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL- RALPH BROS. GOLD MA It
flour, $1.00: city Hour, Site: granulated
sugar, 15 lbssl; brow n sugar, 20 lbs $1; 6 lbs
relied oats, 25e; sardines. 5 bakes, 25c; table
fruit, 3 cans 50c; Midland coffee, 25c lb: east
ern oil. Sue: gasoline, Soc; 2Mb can corned
beef, 15c: Urd, 10 lbs, 96c; 5 lbs, 00c. 001
South Spring street, corner Sixth.
ARRIED LADIES' SAFEGUARD; PAT
ented; no medicine; unequal; money re
funded if not satisfactory. Send 10 cents to
LADLES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City, Mo.
'8-26 6m
A MARRIAGE BUREAU—CONFIDENT!.\I .
MRS. COYNE. Address Box 60, Herald
office. Send stamps for details. !>.2:t 1 It
FOB EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE — $12,(KJ0"2TA HOTEL
building on one of file business streets ol
the city, consistingof <ls rooms, on lot 50x130;
building co-t $2s,(KM) and b.i cost $10,000; ell
in good state of repair and can be made lo rent
for $200 per month, und ought in sell in less
than 2 years for $30,000. In order to close up
an estate this property w ill lie exchanged on a
basis of $12,000, one-half cash and balance
any good clear property worth the money.
NOLAN & SMITH,
10-4 tf 228 W. Second st.
©I»JWIA— FOR EXCHANGE i HOICKIM-
3rlWf\rl» proved acreage ai Cahuenga; 5-acre
bearing orchard- navel oranges, figs, prunes,
etc.; 0 oeres solid to lemons, set this last
spring; good house, barn, well, etc.; will ex
change for Los Angeles residence property.
BARNES ,v BARNES,
10-1 if 227 w. Second st.
IT»OR EXCHANGE—A VERY DESIRABLE
1 and highly productive fruit and nut form
of 70 acres, in the beautiful Ojal valley, near
Nordhoff, Ventura county, for good uulucum
tiered residence property in this city; cash
sjsiue, $20,000. Apvly early to
J. S. VAN DOREN,
8-Stf 101 s. Broadway.
gloi'X CITY, lowTi
EXCHANGE WANTED.
A $3000 ors<iooO residence in Sioux City for
good property in this city.
j. S. VAN DOREN,
10-ltf 301 W. First si
FOR EXCHANGE — HANDSOME Yo"uNG
lemon and orange orchard of 20 acres,
With good buildings, near Rcdlonds, forcitv
property or business equity; $4000.
J.S. VAN DOREN,
10-4 tf 304 W. First St.
"»7»OR EXCHANGE EASTERN UNCOMK
_T acreage for desirable Los A ngelcs house;
will assume reasonable incumbrance.
B-LTtf MAI KNl'.lil A FUG.Uip.
BCISINESS (IPI'tIUTDNITfKS.
tIHEAI', HALF iCI'EREST'IN
livery stable, comprising horses, buggies.
Carriages, harness, elc.; also half oi the real
•state, together unh Improvements: will sell
the w hole for $3300 on account of leparture.
Apply on premises, 137 s. I.os Angeles at. to I.
Dupuy. 9-iJS 7t
fipHE LOS ANGELES DIRECTORY OFFIi E
X keeps a complete list of all business for
sale or exchange. Parties desiring lo either
buy or sell win consult their best interests by
applying at office, 103 Smith Broadway. K9 "
StSnF GROCERY" loRK; GREAT 3ACKl
fUtthnt lice On- Wei k: doing all cash trade;
well established: 3 good living rooms: no
rent. HENRY .1. ST A N BE V,
8-30 tf 2425. Broadway, next City Hall.
ifl]frr/in—FRUIT STAND: ONC iiFI'IIE REST
f*')\j\J paying in the city: this must sell this
Week. HENRY .1. STANLEY,
8-3U tf 242 a Broadway, next City Hall.
OR~SALE~<: 11 X A I'- o N E-11A LF IN TE It EST
in a good-paying dairy; Cue other holt con
be rented. Address P. O. box 70s, I.os Ange
les 8-18 lm
TJVJB SALE—LODGING HOUSE, ci NTHALLY
Mr. located, of 8 rooms, with IS regular hoard
ers-. Address B. R. 11.. 11..X 60, IlerahL 10-3 4t !
G" OOD* PA YlNii "l. AI R Y~ltr"sl NEss~ "LOSE 1
to city, i ]caringslt)o a iiioiuli. BTREETEB
A-SllAtiPl.Kss, HQs. H:nadv.ay. 1 p-i tf
DENTISTS. |
IHB2—Established -lSrVi"" I
DR. L. \V. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND 1
First streets, Wilson bluek; lake elevator.
Uokl crown and bridge work a speclaln ; teeth 1
extracted without pain. Room 1. hi 4t£
rT~sT tolhTrst, dentist, iosc, n. ;
Spring street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless '
extraction, • , (> 20 v
J' r*BANK STEVENS, SV4'., rkHTII SPRIN«~St!
Open Snnibiy evening by electric light. ,
OONTKAO(OHS~ \
CONRAD SCHERER, ]
oui and asphult x>aving; 227 W. Fir.it sL 1
BILF WANTKO-MAtK.
Vl - A\TKI» ALL NEEDING HELP FREE
VT employment or any information, address
K. NITTTNGER'S BUREAU, established 1880.
Office, 319' 2 S. Spring st,; residence, 4M S.
Hope st., corner Fifth, Los Angelas, Cal. Tele
phone 113. 8-16 tf
PETTY, HUMMEL A CO., EMPLOYMKNT
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. 7-6 tf
TIT'ANTED—ANY MAS THROUGH ARIZO-
V? na on commercial business can secure
an addition to Ms Income by applying at the
Herald office. The best of references must he
given. 0-29 11
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA
bor Bureau, 240 New High st Telephone
1153: for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. \V. A. WHITE, Manager.
8- 22 lm
men~for "the soudan"
tl Call stage door Ix» Angeles theater
Thursday, Oct, r>, at 4 p.m. sharp. IQ-4 21
help watttsd —femai,!,
ti^ntTeh^oolTit^l^^
" families at the Woman's Exchange and
Employment Office, 45 P. Raymond avenue.
opposite posloltice, Pasadena. 9-18 tf
WASTTBip—SITUATIONS.
TTTANTED-POSITION OF HOME KIND BY
\i a young man of good habits; not afraid
of work. Address B. ('., Box 50, Herald office.
10-3Jlt
TTT ANTED—BY A QERMAN GIRL 14 YEARS
I ? old, a position to take care of children.
Cull addf-s 3 HP ._. s. Sprint; -.. 10-3 '.'t
IVANTHn-AOINTS.
\ GENTS MAKE $5 A DAY—GREATEST
kitchen utensil ever invented. Retails for
:t."> cents; 2to 0 sold in every house. Sample,
postage paid, 5 cents. FORSHEE A- McMA-
X IN, Cincinnati. O. P-27-sun-wcd-lil
WANXKD—MISCKtI.ANEOCh.
Tl^NTFl~Tcf~pl^R? r
T * 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 If
WANTED— A PARTNER WITH 95000 TO
invest in a paying project, in which there
are no cho.H'es of loss and profits large. Party
desiring to d.al must furnish evidence of good
character. Address D., Herald office. 9-23 tf
■\l T ESSAYsT SERMONS OR
T T other documents to copy hv hand or by
typewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD room 8,
242"-.; S. Broadway. 10-s tt
TIT ANTED—HA X WITH $2300 TO PUR-
M Chase half interest in a desirable inven
tion; fortune in It. Address E., Herald office,
9- 23 tf
TT-A NTI-Ul--PROPERTY LISTED WITH IS;
>» we have customer?. DORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN A CO., 244 S. Broadway, 9-12 tf
HAVE CUSTOMERS FOR
M installment houses. HORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN .v CO., 244 S. Broadway. 9-12 tf
TV A NTE D—TO i\O R RO W~55300~- FIRST
>> cliiss ranch security. W. A. VARCOE,
Hit N. Los Augclt - st. 10-4 31
ATTORNEYS.
TAY E.~~HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
fj Bryson Bonebrake block. Telephone 028.
l'ractii-es in all the court s state . h I lederaL
7-i tf
GOODRICH, LAWYER, 12. F." \RBOKN
• street, Chicago, 111.; 20 year '. . . rienrc;
secrecy; special facilities in several states.
Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of nli states, in
press. ti-4 tf
DNBAKER I GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
rooms 108 and 104 Phillips block, corner
Spring and franklin streets. Telephone,'ll2o.
7-ti tf
J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT
• tention Riven to the settlement of estates.
115 West First st. 4-6 tf
DX. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FUL
• ton block, 207 New High street, Los An
geles. 1-16 li
"ITTM. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
it room 3 Allen block, Temple and Spring
streets. 2-21 tf
LOST AND FOUND.
lOST— AT ATHLETIC PARK BICYCLE
J races, Monday, Oct. 2, one Shetland alliga
tor bag, containing red purse with letter Son
it, and two $10 goid pieces, two $1 pieces and
Silver, comb and handkerchief. The finder
will be liberally rewarded by leaving with
DURA NT A SPIER, 233 S. Spring. 10-3 31
(JI'RAYED-OR "STOLEN, FROM PLACE OF
0 Kui.ferle, on Wilmington avenue, 2 miles
1 his side of Wilmington, one dark blown mare,
while spoi on left hind foot; in, brand; black
inane. A liberal reward will be paid for return
to ANDREW STEPHENS, Santa Monica, il-29 7t
QTRAYED— FROM ROPER A HEITCIIEWS
O camp, outfall sewer, two mules; one bluek
one dark bay. Leave at camp and get reward.
9-30 8t
lOST- PAIR OF GOLD-FRAMES SPECTA
.j cles, in dark leather case. Reward for re
turn to 126! j N. Spring st. GEO. I. TAYLOR. It
I^ol\ND— CA>IE~TO^S9 , ~j — Du"co>lM(>NSTr,
Saturday, Sept. 30, a liver-colored dog.
10-3 21
RDCC ATI ONAI..
rpHB woodbuuy" businr&s coLLErTifiLAS
I removed to the upper floor of the Stowcll
block, 226 South .spring street. It has now the
largest and finest business college rooms in the
state, and the largest attendance of any com
mercial school south of San Francisco. Fine
paasengei elevator running direct to the
school rooms, rendering sitiir-elimbing unnec
essary. Tbe public Is cordially invited to cull
ami inspect the college in its new location.
Both day and evening schools in session the
entire rammer. Catalogue and College Jour
nal free. ii. A. Hough, President; N. G. Felker,
Vice-President; 3 W. Hood, Secy. 5-4 ly
OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated!, 144 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on tbe coast. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at office, or write lor elegant
catalogue. E. F. SHRADER, President; F. W.
KELSEY, Vice-President; 1. L. INBKEEP, Sec
retary. 9-IU-ly
OCIIOOL FOB BOYS AND YOUNG MEN,
1} now in session. Bryson block (top floor).
Second and Spring sts. Rooms tight and cheer
ful; ventilation perfect. Thorough instruct
ion in all the common English branches.
Special attention t,, arithmetic, higher matlie
inulics and classics. A. B. BROWN, A. M.,
(Yale). 26 Potomac block. 9-3 lin
SCHOOL OK PHYSICAL 1 RAINING, STOW
eII block, 226 S. Spring st. Open Oct. 16.
Department of Elocution and Dramatic Ex
pression. For further particulars address
MISS NAOMA A LURE V, Directress. 9-30 3m
CTASA INSTITUTE,
' Adams, cor. Hoover st., will open all its
departments Tuesday, Oct. 24, For further
particulars apply to MRS. CAROLYN M. N.
A I.DEN, 806 \V. Adnms st. 9-27 tf
M" ~ISS AC KLESOVS PRIVATE SCHOOITFoR
primary, grammar and high school stud
ies opens September 4th. Summer school now
in session. -112 W. Second st. 9-U 1 m
STBf'RV" T-IIOliTHANI), TYPEWRUI ING
and business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, I'biliips' block; send for cata
logue. io-i2 12m
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING- BEST
O advantages, i.ongley institute, spring
and First st-. . 3-7 tf
a wiLLiiAßTrrz, music kitdio, room
A, Crocker building, 212 s. Broadway.
s 29 lm
VETERINARY SCKGEON.
DrTtO I RI I. nTrY
surgeon—l,tit tbe medal and is a member
of tlie Society of UnivefSAl Science—will take
charge oi all operations. Colts and other ant
mals ctire guaranteed of diseases of
tho most aggravated nuture. Moderate charges.
Office, Seutous block, room 6, Los Angeles.
Mme. Tourillon de Clerc<|, having received
the highest certificate from the Academic de
Paris, and speaking English and German,
gives French lessons in conversation, gram
mar, literature, etc. Seutous block, rooms 6
and 8. Telephone No. 1128. 9- 7 wed-sun
MEDIUMS.
CLA1 R TOY ANT A N D!U FE-K L*A DIN E -
dium; consultations on business, remov
als, marriage, disease, lawsuits, love, mineral
locations, etc,; 452 s. Main st. .MRS. PARKEIL
8-30 if
HS. D. A. KIMBALL, BUSINESS, TEST
and trance medium, southwest corner
Twcniy-thinl -.lrei'l and Grand aye. 10-1 lm
AKCHITSCTH.
1y uit a
) lished ioi tl,o last lit years in Lo.s Angeles.
Poorns 7 hi><i w s..cor,d floor Workman block
Spring St.,between Second and Third. l-'Zli ly
Ct H. BBOYVIt ARCHITEt t7Ws.Ih7oAD.
/«. w ay, between First and Second. 8-7 tf
LOS ANGELES IIERALDt WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 4.
"yyIGMORE & O'BRIEN,
231 West First street
Vie have Customers to Rent Houses.
Cheap Lots on W. Pico st
on the Installment PJan.
Money lo loan. 8-29 tf
FOR SALE—
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
CITY AND COUNTRY.
We hare a large amount of land adapted to
the various kinds of fruits, Willi good water
rights, In Quantities lo suit, at figures below
the real value.
We have orange, walnut and lemon groves,
ranging in value from $3000 to $70,000, ac
cording to acreage, location and income.
We have com, alfalta and grain land—no ir
rigation needed—well adapted to bog raising
or dairy business.
We have a fine stock ranch of 3300 acres.
CITY.
BUSINESS BLOCK—We have one of the best
business blocks In the city: pnys 9 per cent net
on investment; only capitalists of large means
need apply.
HOUSES AND LOTS—We have handsome res
idences and unimproved lots in tho most de
sirable part of the city.
HOTELS—We have one one of the best lo
cated, best paying tirst-class hotels In Southern:
California,
People at a dlstancccan safely invest through
us.
"Do as we would be done by" 1s our motto.
Cut out this "ad" and keep it for reference,
9-10 tf HILL A: CO., 123 West Second st.
T7*OR SALE-^
Large-sired lots near Flgueroa and Adams
streets—bon ton section: special inducements
to those who intend to build.
Lots on Santee and Los Angeles streets and
Maple avenue; the cheapest in the city; be
tween Thirteenth Sixteenth sts.
Cheap lot on Flower street, between Elev
en.h and Twelfth streets.
Very cheap lot corner Eleventh and Hope
st recta,
Cheap lot on Twenty-ninth street, near Ma
ple avenue, with bearing fruit trees.
ODE.V & BARR,
9- 30 tf 103 S. Broadway.
FORC ED SALE—CHOICE PROIS:RTY AT
your own price. October 17, 1893, the
sheriff will sell, under foreclosure of mortgage,
one of the choicest vacant lots left on Adams
(s.w. cor. Adams and Hoover); also lot adjoin
ing same, [routingon Hoover; alsoa line, well
built 9-room l.'-i-story cottage, with largo
grounds, 100 feet front on clean side Burling
ton avenue by — feet on Ocean View street:
grounds highly improved with bearing fruit
frees and flowers; raagufiiccnt view of moun
tain, plain and ocean; also a choice building
lot on First street, north side, second lot west
of Burlington avenue. The holder of the
mortgage is a non-resident and wishes prop
erty to go for what it is worth. 10-4-wed-sun-2t
ADAMSrROUSE jTmYeklnsT
207 West Second st
For sale—Best orange land in Azusa valley:
10, 20 or 30-acre tracts: shares water per
acre: in Hathaway tract, 3 miles southwest of
Azusa station; arrangements made to plant in
best citrus trees, with one year's care for one
fourth tbe land. Also first-class orange groves
in the Azusa.
Our City properties are cheap and desirable.
We mean business. Call and see us,
10-4 If
I7<OR SALE—BARGAINS.
" $500—Fine lot on Thirty-second St., near
Hoover.
$U7S—Fine lot on Twenty-fifth St., near Main.
$700 —Fine lot on Eleventh, near Pearl.
$1000—Fine lot on ingraham sl. Bargain,
$1100 —Fine lot on Ingraham st.
$1300—Fine lot on West seventh st.
$2000—Fine lot on Hope st., close in.
CRAWFORD A LoCKIIART,
10- 1 tf 205 S, Broadway.
Ivor's ale—at bTTyleHh big i i ts,~T\n c \v\
modem house of 5 rooms, on First street;
$2700.
Lot 50x135 an First street, one block from
the power house; $Sso—worth $1000.
New house of 5 rooms, close to the cable
cars; only $1200. See
F. A. HUTCHINSON,
10-3 tf 213 W. First st.
SALE—
GOOD INVESTMENT.
A particularly nice residence and business
corner on South Main street—l6sxl4B feet; 3
2-story residences, always rented. Price $9100.
J. S. VAN DOREN,
9- 20 tf 101 S. Broadway.
1~-H>R~"PALE.
1 $1100-527 Gladys aye., 5 rooms; rents
for 13 per cent Interest.
$1500—225 No, Griffin aye., 5 rooms; easy
terms.
$1000—Lot 00 ft. on Ingraham st.; easy
terms. E. S. FIELD,
10- 1 tf 139 So. Broadway.
<8i 77KA _Ax eSg.vnt - !o-room house
cjp I fOU 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; large lot, fine lawn, choice shrub
bery—a decided bargain.
BARNES & BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 w. Second st.
OR SALE—S27OO—HANDSOME NEW 7
rooin house; ball, bath, cellar, modern
conveniences, stone walks; southwest, near
electric cars; cash $400, balance monthly; no
interest. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broad
way. 10-1 tf
|70K SALE - CHOICE SPRING-STIiITET
A property, improved, close in; renting fur
big interest on price asked. A bargain.
BARNES & BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
■jnoTfiALE—s-ROOM NEW COTTAGE, lIALL
jT bath, etc.; southwest near Hoover and
Adams sts; $150 cash, balance $20 monthly;
no interest. TAYLOR 61 RICHARDS, 102
Broadway. 10-1 tf
OITSALE—EAST LOS ANGELES, S. WORK
man st., 8-rooni house; large lot; only
$1700: terms, $150 i ash, balance $20 mouthly.
TAYLOR RICHARDS. 102 Broadway.
10-1 tf
I' -101! SALE—CALL~AT~THE NEW OFFICE
' of CRAWFORD <fc LOCKIIART for special
bargains in real estate, 205 S. Broadway,
L°'LM
I Soi SALE—2-STORy7 9-ROOM HOUSE,
' first-class condition, on University electric
car line; for sale by owner. Inquire at rooms
4 and 5, New Wilson block. 8-3 tf
T7IORHALI;-sl7sos"EAcH 2 5-ROOM COT-
C tages on Forrester avenue, near electric
car line; monthly payments. BARNES &
BA ItN ES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
I 11 »7k-l''Oß SALE—NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE
3pJ.4Wr on Victoria street; monthly pay
ments $15. ALLISON BARLOW, 297 West
Second st. 7-21 tt
OR SALE BY OWNER—MODERN 9-ROOM
house on University electric cor line; ele
gant home at a bargain; witii or without fur
niture. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, new Wilson
block. 9-24 tf
T^OR _ SALE—6O WELL LOCATED LOTsTvN
V installment plan. K. P. CULLEN .t CO.,
237 West First st. 10-1 tf
YOUR PROPERTY~FOR
1 sale or rent witii K. P. CULLEN A- CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st.
10-1 tf
EAIITIFUL HOUSE-12 ROOMS, ON JEF
ferson street, near Figueroa. CRAWFORD
& LOCKIIART, 205 South Broadway. 10-1-tf
S~ee~m naglier a jay - fobTbargaiNsTiN
real estate. 101 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
10-1 If
MUSICAL.
r jMI E~K A M MERM C 11 EST R A —
_I First-class music fuml&hed for balls, par
ties, concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., taught. Office at Fitzgerald's
music store, corner North Spring and Franklin
streets. 10-14-1 y
OsTaNGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
and Arts, open oil the year. MRS. EMILY
.1. VALENTINE, president. V.M.C.A. building,
Broadway and Second street. 8-14-ly
-I3ANJO BY MISS M. E ASTBURY; 5 AND 6
JL> stringed taught. Studio 51; take elevator
by People's Store, Phillips block. U-12-ly
I)ROK. It. IiERG'S ACADEMY < >F M I sic. In
structions in all branches. 000 S. Spring st.
9-20 tf
AWILLIIARTITZ, MUSIC STUDIO, ROOM
• A, Crocker building, 212 s. Broadway.
H-21>tf
JPHYSICIANS.
MRS. DR. J. 11. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
wife ry. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 7*7 Bcllevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1119. (i-2tf
Jr< — ihTakesli;e^ ~m.~b., eye and ear,
\, lote of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary
and Chicago Opthalmic College, office, 242.;
S. Broadway. 9-2tf
riEORGE~H. BEACH, M. D., OlT'i'ce'TnD
sA residence, 131 North Spring st. Office
hours, 8 lo 12, Ito 0, 6to 8 p.m. Telephone
433. i 1-^.l
lIBR BRICK
block, 127 E. Third sL Specially, diseases
01' women.
FOItJIAI.K-CorNTRY PROPERTY
|7H)R BALE—3O ACRES SUITABLE FOR DE
r eiduous fruits and all kinds of vegetables,
corn, etc,; small house, hnrn, well, mill and
tank; finest of water; horse, cart, plowt, culti
vator and small tools, cooking stove and out
fit; aliuut $100 north of Egyptian corn, now
ready to gather, and 5 acres of potatoes plant
ed for fall crop, price only $1500-S7OO cash,
balance time.
$400—3-ronm hard-finished cottage and lot
40x128, close to electric cars; half cash, bal
ance easy.
A high-grade Bicycle for sole cheap; nearly
new. '
A set of pipe tools/ complete, withTopc and
blocks, for sole cheap; has vise, cutters, dies,
tongs, etc. Call.
_ _ DEAN, GILBERT & CO.,
9- 29 tf 037 \v. First st.
IT'OR SALE - $'250,000; OR ANGE ORCH-
A 1 arils, walnut orchards, deciduous fruit
orchards, olive orchards, dairy or farm
ranches, fine city residences, hotels, lodglug
houses, grocery stores, hardware business,
fruit stands, cigar stands, meat markets, sa
loons, pakei-ies, restaurants, and all kinds of
mercuntllu business; prices from $100 to
$250,000; we neither advertise nor try to sell
anything that will not stand the strictest in
vestigation. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W. Sec
ondst. 10-1 tf
, «feasV|- FOX BAI.E, HOMESTEAD HELIX
•wyi/V quisiiment of l<>9 acres, within l i
mile of station on Southern Pacific railroad, 1n
this county; about (to acres under cultivation!
land all cleared ond first-class small house and
other Improvements; price $l>oo will ex
change for property in the eit\.
NOLAN & SMITH,
10- 4 tf "28 XV. Second st.
FOR SA LE—A~ FEXV VERY CHOICE GOV
ernmeni and school land locations for
sale cheap; or would take part pay in other
property.
A few choice lots on Seventeenth and FMgh
tecnth sts., west of Figneroa; $t>oo to $90t>.
J. K. MI LKEY,
8-22 U 1140 W. Eighteenth or 213 W. Firs! St.
FOR SALE- 270 ACRES 10 MILES FROM
city: SO acres in bearing fruit, 80 acres in
barley, balance in pasture: all fenced; good
water by iron pressure pipes; good born, small
house; price, $."0,000; terms, $5/00 cash,
$5000 good trade, $10,000 mortgage 3 to 5
years, at B,'<, per .sen!. J. s. VAN DOREN,
12 tf loi 8, Broadway
FOR SALE—I7O ACRES FINE ORANGE,
vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vachc winery lit Brookside, near Redlands;
this Is the very choicest laud in that neighlair
bOOdln the market: all or part; price $12,500,
terms easy. For particulars see A. C. GOl.sil,
147 8. Broadway. S-30 tf
TTHIR SALE—2O ACRES NEAR CAlil ENGA
1? Pass, with good water right, $75 per acre;
bargain. TAYLOR A RICHARDS, 102 llroad
way. 10-1 tf
SALE—A NO. I ALFALFA LAND WITH
water, onlr $100 per acre: near el ty. TAY
LOR A RICHARDS. 102 Broadway. 10-1 tf
rpOB SALE—"list YOUR PROPERTY FOR
1 sale or rent w jth K. P. CULLEN & CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 XX'est First sL
• 9-10 tf
"fOR SALENS ACREsTcHOICE LAND NEAR
1 theoity. J. 8. VAN DOREN,
IP-4 tf 3tii XV. First st.
SALE-MIHCELLANBOTJ4.
rjM)R BALE—CHOICE NURSERY STOCK;
1 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,
10-1 tf 227 W. First st.
MINING OUTFIT, CHEaT~FOR
F cash, including new wagon speoUdlf til
ted out with water casks and outer imple
ments. Inquire at rooms -1 aud 5, Now Wilson
block. 9-2-1 tf
IpOR - SAI.E— VERY CHEAP, TnOROUtiIL
' bred registered mastiff pups, at 1047 S.
Main st. 19-4 lm
tjior papers in"quantities
J 1 to suit ill tills ollice.
FOB ItKNT-HOU'BS.
IpOR RENT—A VERY PLEASANT 8-KOOM
1 2-story house, near the Temple-street cable
line and only about 8 minutes' walk from the
court house; rent $20 per mouth.
NOLAN A- SMITH,
10-4 tf 228 W. Second st.
I-*OR RENT- 9-ROOM HOUSE, 320 S. OLIVE
. si.; just been put in tirst-eluss condition;
newly papered, painted, etc. BARNES &
BARNES, 227 XV. Second st. 10-1 If
BENT— RO«IM9.
lIOR RENT-LARGE SITTING-ROOM AND
; bedroom, xvltb gas and use of bothroom;
close in; nice locution; suitable for one or two
gentlemen; rate $15 for one and $20 for two
persons; reicrcnccs required. AddressO. X. S.,
box 80, Herald office. 8-10 tf
17IOR RENT— EXCELLENT SUNNV~ ROO.MB,
1 with bay windows, single or en suite, three
blocks from'court house; rent loxv: cheap un
furnished rooms. 525 Sand st. 10-4 lnr
ISOR RENT—3 NEWLY FURNIBHED ROOMS\
1 private fomily; light housekeeping privi
leges. 445' a S. Spring st. l«-» 4t
Fl I R - Rf:XT-929"5;" BROADWAY, 3 NEWLY
furnished sunny rooms, cheap; house
keeping privileges. 1(1-3 31
MONEY TO LOAN.
ACI FU?TdAN 'COMTUNY"' "~
(INCORPORATED).
Loans; money in any amounts on all
kinds" of collateral security, dla-
SBOnds, jexvelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and
steei safes, and professional libra
tic-, without removal; and on fur
niture in lodging, boarding noaees
and hotels, without removal. Par
tial payments received. Money
quick I'.usiness confidential. Pri
vate office for ladies.
W. K. DEGROOT, Manager.
8- 28 ly Room .2,3<i 1, 114 s. spring st.
VI l INKY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL
.M ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS.,
9- 18 ly 402 S. Spring st.
IF~Y()U XXTSII To LOAN OR BORROW
money, call on J. A J. C. FLOURNOY, Real
Estate and Fln;.neial Agents, 130 Broadway.
All business strictly cniidcntial. 10-1 tf
ONEY TO - LOAN ON PERSONAL COL
loteral, mortgage nnd other good securi
ties. WIGMORE A O'BRIEN, 231 W. First St.
9-28 tf
O LOAN—WE IlTvK""$500 AND $000 TO
loan on good real estate security. FLOUR-
N'OY, I'JS Broadxvay. IQ-1 tf
FxcnitsioNs. «
Ttfti&NSSki i> : >'- DAY SAVEDBYTAKINU
|HS]UMUH«|I'I f Fe excursions to Kun-
city, St. Louis, Chicago, New
York and Boston. Leave I*3 Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston: lamily tourist'sleepers to
Kansas City and Chicago daily. I/>w rates and
quickest time. Office, 128 N. Spring at. 7-1 dvi
PHILLIPS" EX-T BOUND" EXCURSIONS—
Personally conducted, via Denver and Rio
Grande and Rock Island Routes; leaves Los
Angeles every Tuesday and Friday; crosssing
the Sierra Nevadas and passing the entire
scenery on the Rio Grande by daylight. Office
138 S. spring st. 7-1 tf
C. JUDSOnTv CO.'.- EXCURSIONS EAST
• every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. 'Tourist curs to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge Oflice, 212 a Spslug st.
" 0-1 II
IIYEIi- AND n.VISHERS
ETltopol.lTAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 241
Franklin st.; line dyeing and cleaning.
1-13 tf
IPARISIAN1 PARISIAN OVERWORKS, 275 SOUTH MAIN
street; best dyeing in ihe ci'y, 1-13 tf
RKOKKKS.
Hw. poTn dexter, broker, 105 west
>b Second st. Confidential business agent
for investors or borrowers. If you wish to
lend or l-orrow, or invest in any securities,
please call. s-l ft
ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
pan> of I.os Angeles; northwest corner of
Franklin and New 111 :i sin, m i7tf
PATRNTS, COPYRIGHTS. KTC.
HAZARD A TOWNSEND, DOWNEY
block. T<-1. 347. I.os Angeles. 11-22 tf
OHiKoeouist,
ISS~T\ SJAf'FE iC~c 111 ropodist~Tnd
masseuse, 211 \v. First St., opp. Nadeau.
12 21 If
Dissolution of Copartnership.
rpHK FIRM HERETOFORE EXISTING UN
-1 der tv« nsniH and style of "Lewit-Jonet
Company," doiug business In the county of
Ventura, is this day dissolved by mutual con
§Rnt.
Loo Angeles, Cal., Sept. 30,1P93.
MEYER LEWIS,
Mlta. DORIA JONES,
.10-14. MARK U. JONES,
Summons.
IN TBI SUPKRIORCOURTOFTHBCiJrjNT?
ol Lot Angolet, State of California.
Sarah C Whlghtm. plaintiff, vt. F. 11. Bar
clay, li. J. Hunt, J. w. liondrlck. J. 8. Chap
man, Ida Hancock, aa admiuiitratrlx of the
estate of John Hancock, deceased; Francis E.
McDonnell, A. A. McDonnell, Robert N. 0. Wil
son, B. 8. Shields, Julia McKrhun, John Doe.
Richard Roe, Mary Doc, defendant*.
Aoiioti brought In the snpcrior court of Los
Angelas c unty. state of califoaula, aud tho
rompla'nt Died In said county of Lot Angeler,
In Die olllcc of ihe clerk of said supe'lor court.
The people of the state of California scud
greeting to F. H Barclay, H. J. Hunt, J. W.
Hendrlck. J. 8 Cb>pm<n, da Hancock, as ad
ministratrix of ihe estate ■ f John ilancoct, de
ceased; frniu'ls K. McDonnell. A. A. McDon
nell, Robert N.c. WU'nn. H. 8. Shields Julia
Mcßrlatu, John Loe, Rlohaid Roe, Mary Doe,
defendants.
You are hereby required lo appear in an ac
tlou brought asainsi you by the abuve named
plalntlfiTn tbe superior enure of the county of
Los Angeles, state of California, aud to answer
thecomplalnt Sled tbcrelu, within ten dsyt
(txolurire of the day of service) after tbe ser
vlee on you of this summons—if served within
tblt »• iv. or if served elaowhere, wltnln
thirty d vs, or judgment will be taken
against you according to Ihe prayer of tald
complain t.
The said action Is brought to ob'aln a decree
of this court vacallcg audsetilng aside the de
cree of foreclosure and order of sale, made in a
former action In said superior court, bolug
action ho 14,324. on tneregmtcr of action o.
s«ld court, wherein -arab c. Whlgham was
| plalnlltr, and F. H. Bare.ay aud on era were
defendants, which said action was inttiluted
| for the purpose of foreclosing the mortgage
I hcriduafier referred to; and r[to vacating and
! Rctt.Du as'de the tale made o a the 17th day of
Soy. ruber, 181)1. in pursuance of tbe tald de
force of forucloaurc: and also vacatng the
snerlfl'a certificate ofiae Issued In pursuance
of tald so c, whb h. B***l certlflcaie of sa.o is
recorded In book 8, s'lerlfTi certificates of sal ',
page2ll: and also vacating ana setting aside
tnetberlir* deed, rtv.d ■ by ihe abeiin of tai.l
county to said plaintiff lv pursuance of said
certificate, on November 18lh, 1801, recorded
in book 808 of deeds, page 2, iv the r dice of
the county recorder of said county of Los Au
g les Alto lo recover judgment against the
I said defendant, F. H. Barclay, for the
sum of £5731 81, with interest, at the rate of
12 per cent per annum from November 6,
1888 compounding quarterly; ulto to obtain a
decree oi this rourt for the foreclotureiof a
mortgage described in said complaint and exe
cuted by the tald doft-udant K. 11. Barclay, on
the sth day of May. A. D. 1888, to secure Ihe
payment of a certain promissory note, made, by
sa d delendam F. 11. Bntcity, on tald sth day
0 May, A. D 1888, to said plaintiff, for «551i0.
gold COIQ, upon which said promissory note
and mortgage there bat Deeu paid tbe sum of
$787, And no more, nnfl upon which promis
sory note and mortgage there is due and unpaid
a balance of $5731.01, witb interest thereon at
the rate of 12 per cent per annum, from No
vembers, 1889, compounding quarterly; also
to recover judgment for tbe sum of $21 20 laid
out and expended by p.aintift' for taxes upon
the mortgaged premises, and for interest there
pn at 12 per cent per annum, compounding
quarterly from December 20. 1890 sua
also for the sum of $000 as reason
able counsel fee of plaintiff herein, as
irovided in laid mortgage: that the prem
ises detcribed In said mortrage may bB cold
and the proceeds applied to the payment of
the amount the court shall ascertain to be due
on said note and mortgage, or other, aud for
such taxes, and for counsel fees, and for co-ts
of suit; and In ease such proceeds are not tuffl
clentiopay the tame, tben to obtain judgment
for tbe dedcienoy, and an execution against
said defendant, F. H. Barclay, and alto tbat
each and all of the defendants, and all persons
el <<<mlng by. through or under them, or either
of them. Diay be barred and forever foreclo«ed
of all right, ilt'o, c'aim, Hen,equity of rtdemp
tlon and lnlereat in and to said mortgaged
promises, and for the appointment of a receiver
for Bald premises, and for other and Inn her
relief. Reference is had to said complaint for
particulars.
And you are hereby notified that If you fail
to appear aud answer the said oomplaim as
above required, the said piaintifi will apply to
tbe court tor the relief demanded in said coin
plainL
Given under my hand aud the teal of tho
tupeilor court of tbe oouDty of Lot Angeles,
state of California, this 19th day of April, In
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and nlnety-tbree.
[list,] T. H.WARD, Clerk.
By *. W. Beaver, Deputy Clerk.
Z. B. West aud Wellborn & Hutton, ally's for
plaimlff. 8-29 t)3t
Notice—Timber Culture.
US. LAND OFFICE. LO3 ANGELES, CAL.,
• August 28th, 1893.
Complaint having been entered at this office
by William Uapua agalnat George Gaukrodger,
bis heirs or legal representatives, for failure to
comply with law as to tlrober-cultareentry No.
2702 diied June bib, 1889, upon tbe BE 1 -* sec
tion 34, township 8 north, range 14 west, S. B.
M., in Los Angeies county, California with a
yicu to tho cancellation of said out y; con
testmt alleging that said George Gaukrodger
died on or aboat January 3d, 1892, unmarried,
Jeaving all bis real property In bit two slstert,
who are client and oativesof New Zealand:
that said George Gaukrodger failed to plant or
cause to be planted 5 acres of said traol in
trees, seeds or cuttings at any time bet weeu
June U!h, 1889, and January 3d, 1892: that
since his decease and up to tne present time
bis heirs or legal representatives have pot
planted or caused to ha planted 5 acres of tald
tract lo timber, seeds or cuttings (copy of com
plaint hereto attached), the said parlies are
hereby summoned to appear at thi* office on
tho uiid day of November, 1593, at 10 o'clock
r. m., to r< apond and furnish testimony con
cerning said alleged failure,
W. H SEAMANS,
9-14-30. Register.
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving: Will, Etc.
IS THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CAL
iforula, Coumy of Los Angeles, ss.
In tbe muter of tbe estate of Richard Chip
pendale, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Friday, the 27th
day of October. 1893, at 10 o'clock c. in. of said
day, at the court-room of this court. Depart
meut Two thereof, In the city of Los Augeles,
1 runty of I.os Angeles, and state of California,
has been appointed as the time and place for
hearing the application of William Chlpp u
dale, praying that a document now oufieln
this court, purporting to be ihe last will and
lest,mem. of the said deceased, be admitted to
probate, tbat letters testamentary be issued
thereon to bim, at which time and place all
persons Interested therein may appear and
contest tbe same.
Dated Sept. 27, 1893.
T. H.WARD, Cjunty Clerk.
By C. W. Blake. Deputy.
Davis & Valentiue, attorneys for petitioner.
9-28 lot
Proposals for School Desks.
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
City of Los Angeles, California, will re
ceive, until Monday, October 9, 1893, at 8
o'clock p.m., sealed proposals tor furnishing
the school department of this city with pupllt
end teachers'desks for the year ending Janu
ary 1,1804.
."aid desks to b9 delivered in Loi Angeles
cltv, set up and ready to be screwed to the
Poor,at such school rooms as tuu board may
direct.
Hach oid must be accompanied by a certified
cinsck for the sum of $100, payable to the
Board of Education of said city.
Samples of all goodt bid on must be exhib
ited in the rooms of the secretary of this board
at least ten days before said mda ate opened.
The board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids, or any portion of a bid.
By order Committee on buppllcs.
Dated Los Angeies, Cat ~ Sept. 22,1893.
H. P. PIATT, Secretary,
9 22 ISt Room 25. City Hall.
Notice—Annual Meeting of Stock
holders.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE
annual meeting of tbe slo i.holders of th.i
Harper A Reynolds Company will bo held at
the office of tbe company In the, city and
coun v of Los Angeles, Slate of c*iifotuia, on
Wednesday. Oct. 11, 1H93, at 10 o'clock a m.,
for the election of a board of directors aud for
the transaction of such other butluess as may
be brought before the meeting.
I. B. NEWTON. Secretary.
Los Angeles, Sept, 26,1893. 9-2H 14t
THE FOLLOWING PLEDGES TAKEN OVER
from B. Fama, at 300 N. Main street, will
be sold at auction October 7th, 10 a.m.: Con
sittini of gold silver, filled case and nickel
watches, diamond and gold ear-rings, le.•mi
ll tit, diamond and gold rings, sleeve buttons,
collar buttons, gold-headed canes, pistols,
guns, opera and field glasses, meerschaum
pipes und surveyors' Instruments, guitars,
mandolins, violins and banjos.
A. MORRIS, Prop.
H. Ettlino, Auctioneer. 10 3 jt
World's l air Columbian Edltlou Illus
trated Hoi aid.
This beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, is now on sale by
all the newsdealers and at tbe Herald
business office. It contains 48 •pagan of
information abont Southern California
and over 50 illustrations. As a publica
tion to send to eastern friends it has
never been equalled. Price 15 cents in
wrannerH.
Flnest Variety and Cheapest
Place in town for fish, game, oysters, etc., Fred
Hanniman's, Mott market.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION.
The Baptist Association Meet
ing at Monrovia. .
Reports from a Number of Places
Show Considerable Progress.
Monrovia Shows Open-llanded Hospi
tality—Tba Delegates in At
tendance—The tSleotlon
or Officers.
The Sunday School convention ot the
i.os Angeles; Baptist Association met this
year with the First Baptist Chutcb of
Monrovia, in connection with the twen
ty-fifth anniversary of the above named
association.
The members of this church and the
citizens of Monrovia generally have
made extensive preparations for this oc
casion. The Grand View hotel has been
secured for their entertainment, and
private homes have, been hospitably
opened for those whom the hotel could
not accommodate. The Horal decora
tions of tbe church reflect great credit
upon the committee who have it in
charge, and in fact the whole system of
preparation is one which there are none
but wnrde of approval for.
The Sunday School convention was
called to order yesterday at 111 a, m. by
the secretary, Mr. W. G. Shaw, the
presideut h»:t. ; absent. No. 226 from
Gospel Hymns wtu sung. Prayer was
offered by Key. Win. Appe!, after which,
the chairman not having arrived. Rev.
A. W. Rider, of 1.03 Angeles, was elected
to tbat office temporarily.
A committee on credentials was ap
pointed by the chairman, consisting of
Brother Merriiim, Brother Martin and
Brother Ott. This committee then re
tired ts prepare their report.
Tho report oi the committee on pro
gramme waa made by Rev. A. P.
Broun of Monrovia. Then followed the
report of the secretary of the conven
tion, Mr. W. G. Shaig. Tbe report con
tained the following statistics from
eighteen Sunday echoole aa follows:
Azusa —Superintendent, Geo. T. Ott;
secretary, A. P. Griffith; number of offi
cers and teai:hers, 11; number of schol
ars, 80; aventfio attendance, 35. Home
expenses, $20 05; contributed to the
publication society,s7.2o; other objects,
11.50.
Downey — Superintendent, W. B.
French; secretary, Maud Tweedy; num
ber officers and teachers, 1-1; scholars,
LM; average attendance, 85; conver
sions, 7; baptiamß, 7. Home expenses,
$30 00.
Ka».t Los Angeles—Number officers
and teachers, 13; scholars, 120; average
attendance, 50; conversions 1 ; baptisms,
1; borne expenses, $G9.CG; for publica
tion society, $12.95 ;other objects, $4.
First Swedish Sunday School, Loa
Angeles Carl Walberg;
secretary, H. Selling; number officers
and teachers, 10; scholars. 4!); average
attendance, 30; conversions 3; baptisms,
7 ; home expenses, 140.01 . ioretun mis
sions, $1.10; home missions, $1,30: pub
lication society, $2.15; other objects,
(1.25.
First German, Los Angelas— Superin
tendent, Thomas Kapp; secretary, Al
fred _ Schultz; number of officers and
teachers, 8; scholars, 30; average at
tendance, 25; conversions, I ; baptisms,
It home expenses, $35; publication so
ciety, $0.
Palms—Superintendent, J. A. Graves;
secretary, Bertha Liv c; number of
officers and teachers,.lT; scholars, 50;
average attendance, 40; conversions, 2;
baptisms 2; home expenses, $27 12.
home missions, $1.57; other expenses,
$4,00.
Memorial, Los Angeles—Superinten
dent, C, A. Baskervi'le; secretary, W.
M. Wright; number of officers aud
teachers, 20; scholars, 22G; average at
tendance, 140; home expenses, $43.47;
foreign missions, $11 71; publication
society, $3.31.
Monrovia — Superintendent, G. H.
Morton; secretary. Mips Minnie Mon
roe; number of officers and teachers,
12; average attendance, 85; conversions,
19; baptisms, 10; home expenses,
$69.12; foTßign missions, $8; home mis
sions, *'■> 70.
Riveru [j ■ pcrintendent, Rev. H. M.
Bell; Ei'trsi,...y, Mattie Staudler; num
ber of officers aud teachers, 11; average
attendance of pupils, 5'J; conversions,
2; baptisms, 2; home expenses, $36;
publication society, $9-50; other ob
jects, $68.
First Baptist, Los Angeles—Superin
tendent, W. G. Shaw; secretary, F. M.
Parker; number of officers and teachers,
28; Bcholats, 350; average attendance,
237; conversions, 12; baptisms, 12;
borne expenses, $279.78; foreign mis
sions, $14 59; home niiseiens, $28 50;
publication eociety, $153.23; other ob
jects, $53.
El Monte—Superintendent, Rev. R.
M. Smith; secretary, Mrs. M. Brown
ing; number oi officers and teachers,
10; scholars, 60; home expenses, $82.35;
home missions, $14.48.
First Pasadena —Superintendent, J.
H. Merriam ; secretary, Vena (J. Fieb ;
number of officers and teachers, 22:
scholars, 149; everago attendance, 84;
home expenses, $32.50; publication so
ciety, $1 60.
Pomona — Superintendent, Arthur
Smith; secretary, Fred Robkor; num
ber officers and teachers, 18; scholars,
241; average attendance, 183; conver
sions, 5; home expenses, $107.39; for
eign missions, $535; home missious,
$2,500.
The Sunday schools of Alhambra,
Compton and South Paßadena were not
represented by any reports.
In regard to the appointment of com
mittees it was voted tnat the chairman
appoint these for tbe ensuing year.
Arthur Smitb, S. W. Taber and George
Arthur were appointed tnat committee.
The report of the committee on cre
dentials was as follows:
First Baptist church, Loa Angeles—
Delegates, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Lewis,
Mrs. S. H. Tabor, Mies Emma Miller,
Misa Pearl' Chase, Mr. Martin, superin
tendent; Mr. and Mrs. W. 12. Shaw.
Chino —Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tomlinson.
South Pasadena —Miss Ida Mitchell.
First Baptist church, Pasadena—Misa
Norton, J. H. Merriam, superintendent.
Albambia—A. L. Salig.
East Los Angeles—Key. G. E. Dye,
Herb Annable, Mrs. C. W. Gregory.
Pomona —John Tweedy.
Azusa—Mrs. M. K. Harris, Robert
Lovell, Judaon Lovell.
Memorial church, Los Angeles—A. W.
Rider, Hiram Smith.
Swedish church, Los Angeles—Carl
Walberg, Peter Stone, L. A. -Soman,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rapp.
Downey—Mies Eslella Patten.
El Monte—Mre. M. Browning, Cbaß.
Bleckley.
Palms—Mrs. Bakor.
Monrovia—G. 11. Morton, superin
tendent; Miss Jessie Wateon, Misa Mm
nie Monroe, Aniuo Seymour, Joseph
Fowler.
A committee on the reception of new
ccbools was appointed, consisting of
Mrs. Gregory, Rev, A. B. Touilineon and
Brother Stone.
While these committees were pre
paring their reports the chairman called
several delegates to the platform and
felicitously introduced them. Brother
Sullivan of the Pacific Baptist, respond
ed, as did also Brother Stockdale of
Missouri, Brother Dye of Fast Los An
geles, Biother Baker of Palmß, Brother
Kvans of Axusa, Mies Miller of the
First Baptist church, Los Angeles, and
Secretary W. G. Shaw of the same
church.
The letters from the various Sunday
schools, which embodied many of the
statistics which have been given in the
secretary's report were read.
The chairman called for volunteer re
marks as keynotes for the coining year.
Brother Bennett, Brother Rider and
Brother Evans responded.
The assessments of the different Sun
day schools were then called for.
Key. A. P. Brown then welcomed the
delegates and visiting friends, after
which the morning session adjourned.
The afternoon tension waR opened by
singing. The Scriptures were read by
Rev. A.W. Rider ..u 1 a season of prayer
followed.
The eomtn'tlea on nominations re
ported the ( .Ii iwiug officers for the en
suing vein :
President, Uro J. H. Merriam of Pas
adena; vlce-oreeident, A. P. Griffith of
Azusa; stc omry, W. 0. Sbaw of Los
Angelcii; t;v.:surer, Jueeph Fowler of
Duarte.
Bro. Aierr mi, in assuming tbe duties
of office, thfusked the convention for tha
honor and introduced Rev. H.M.Bell
as the . • the subject of tba
Boys' Biigiuie.
The address was followed by an Inter
esting dUcuesiOO, which threw consid
erable light on this movement. Mr. VV.
G. Shaw, Key. A. P. Brown, Rev. Mr.
Bennett, Rev. M. linker and others
took part.
The new inductive lessons by Edward
P. Hopkins was the subject of the next
paper. It brought belore tbe conven
tion the new system and called out dis
cussion both for and against.
Rev. E. R. Bennett, the next speaker,
treated the subject of Sunday Schoil
Prayer-Meetings, and others supple
mented hia remarks by suggestions oi
their own.
The last subject for afternoon discus
sion watt The Teachers' Meeting, by
Rev. A. W. Kider of Lob Angeles. Mr.
Rider spoke of the importance of these
meetings, aud ehowed many reasons
ivby they should be held. He brought
out many questions and answers from
the ntidieni'u which were interesting.
Edward P. Hopkins and other delo
gates came ia later, making tbe attend
ance about SO.
IRRIGATION CONGRESS.
The Programme ft'»rt Assuming I»t.U
nttft Shape.
Tbe programme of the irrigation con
gress is now assuming definite ehapn.
Hon. John P. Irish will deliver the
opening address on the evening of Octo
ber 10th.
Information has been received from
the etate department that France has
appointed tbe following gentlemen as
her representatives at tbe congress: M.
Lion Philippe, director of agriculture)
and hydraulics, and M. Lefevre, inspec
tor general and reporter of agriculture)
and hydraulic commissioner.
VV. K. Smyth, editor of the Irrigation
Age, Will present a paper entitled,
Whet Shall Be Done with tbe People's
Heritage. /
About tbe most novel bdter of regret
received i from Hynore, South Dakota.
Tbe writer states that while recognizing;
the advantages to be derived from rep
resentation at the congress, and tbe in
terest of tbat locality in irrigation, they
will be unable to send delegates on ac
count of the terrible droughts, whic'.i
have destroyed the agricultural Indus
try there this year and left them pen
niless.
Oapt. Thomas B. Merry writes that
while in Denver* he consulted the gov
ernor of Colorado about Bending dele
gates to tbe congress, and adds tbat tbe
Kocky Mountain state will be repre
sented by a big delegation.
An Arizona gentleman writes tbat tbe
sun-kiated territory will send 50 del
egates.
The committee on arrangements held
a meeting yesterday afternoon at 3
o'clock.
FOX'S PIANO.
A Protest Piled Agaiunt tha Rivarslda
Mini's Victory.
It is understood tbat a protest has
been filed in the case of the mile operr
event of last Monday at the bicycle meet
at Athletic Park.
The protest is based upon the alleged
pacing of L. W. Fox by Herb McCrea
and J. W. Cowan, two other Rivuraide
ridera. The League of American Wheel
men lilies, under which the event wi'.l
run, provide that being in a rece shall
be sufficient cause to dieqtialify-tbe pace
maker and tho competitor tor whom
audi pace ie made.
There is no doubt tbat many of the
races held throughout tbe country are>
won by menus ol pacumikin{. Tin
p>iiin difficulty, however, is tbe inabili
ty of tbe protesting paity to prove his
allegations.
The outcome in tbe present oaee will
be watched with interest.
THE CABLE ROAD.
Its Sale ITader Foreclosure ret for
Today.
This morninif is the date set for tbe
sale of the cable road system by Com
missioner Francis Thomaa, who was ap
pointed by Judge Van Dyke for that
purpose in bis foreclosure decree.
It ia expected that the sale will take
place accoiding to arrangements, and
there eeema to be little doubt tbat tbe
purchase will be,made by tboae inter
ested in the electric road company. Tbe
eale, it is understood, will be made in
tbe room of tbe board of supervisors.
JUDGE SMITH.
He Will Leave Chicago Today for This
City.
A large number of Los Angeleiios re
turned Monday from Chicago and other
portions of tbe oast. There were about
two carloads of them.
Dr. Haminel, who returned with the
party, sayß that Judge Smith, who was
tun over by an electric cur in Chicago
recently, would probably start for home
tomorrow. Judge Smith is recovering
rapidly,
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