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TTTANTED—A LOT ON SAN PEDRO, THIS
VV side of 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 ssle, house and lot, close in, 5 good
rooms, for #50 cash and $15 per month.
House and lot for $400.
Wauted to buy, a first -class 25-room lodging
house in good location for cash.
Riverside land and money to exchange for
Los Angeles improved property.
MacKNIGHT & FUC.ARD,
10-1 ti 252 S. Broadway.
O" "«DET& BARR) ' . - .
103 8. Broadway.
In Real Estate
Of Any Kind,
City and County,
Real Estate Security.
ODEA ,t BARR,
10-5 tl 103 S. Broadway.
OTICE-TIIE LOS ANGELES CITY WATEIt
company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between
ti and 8 o'clock a. m. and (i aud 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. 8 *'"
rpHE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF Til E STATE
_L Loan and Trust company are inclosed in a
ti re-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity:
alcoves attached ior the private examination
of valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady in attendance. B 1 tl
ESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief lor
painful and irregular menses-from whatever
cause. For sale by FREEMAN & CARPER 102
North Spring st Price, $2 per box. 39 ly
IG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; all kinds of painting and repair
ing. 128 San Pedro St., between First slid
Second sts., Los Angeles. 7 0 tf
It. THREI.KELD HAS REMOVED HIS
Jl/. general brokerage, notary public and
real estate office to 115 S. Broadway. 10 5 lot
10-1 tf '-'-' 7 Wj Second st.
OYOU WANT TO RENT YOUR HOUSE?
Leave your key with HILL & CO., 123 W.
Second st 1 11
W. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE,
. 112 Center place 1 !■> " |
I""7<oTIaLE BY B. WHITE,
' Office 221 West First street.
$100. Fruit store; bargain today.
$150. Cigars, tobacco, candy, fruits, etc.,
With living room.
$175. Restaurant located on a most promi
nent corner offered this day at hah value on
account uf sickness.
$200. Lunch parlor, also dealing 111 candles,
cigars, etc.; neat, attractive and well paying
$1000. Grocery to exchange.
$400. *400. $400. Large well located and
nicely equipped cigar business, clearing a net
profit of from $05 to $75 luonlhlyj offered ior
lew days only.
$450. Poultry and commission business.
$300. Restaurant for exchange.
$750. Old established, large paying restau
$150. Partner to assist in restaurant.
To buy, sell orexchuuge a business or prop
erty, apply to B. WHITE.
10-5 21 221 West First street.
jqqBARGAINS in - LODGING HOUSES—
9 rooms, elegant 20 rooms $2000
only $ 325 7 rooms 800
24 rooms 8(.0 73 rooms 5500
18 rooms..Boo 33 rooms 1800
13 rooms 1300 20 rooms 2000
To buy, sell or exchange businessor property
go to B.'WHITE, 221 West First 10 5 2t
d-K/UY-THIB IS THE LAST CHANCE "TO
J!NH"r buy tbat line corner grocery store
with three living rooms attached, and rent
onlysBo ocr mouth; doing a fine cash busi
ness. If you are looking for a snap buy this.
HENRY j. STANLEY, 242 South Broadway,
next city hall. 10-5 ti
J"~«.0R SALE—FINE I,EE RANCH AND 125
stands of bees in double hives; extractor,
tanks, etc., with plenty honey for food during
winter. Will sell all cheap and take good work
horse in part. Big bargain. Call immediately,
li. R. TIIRELKELD, lis t. Broadway. 10-5 4t
GREAT BARGAIN, M I "ST BE SOLD
at once; splendid store and good
business; South Spring street, close in; build
ing goes with this; call at once if you want a
snap. HENRY J. STANLEY, 242 South Broad-
Way, next city hall. 10-5 tf
T~HE LOS ANGELES DIRECTORY OFFICE
keeps a complete list of all business for
sale or exchange. Parties desiring to either
buy or sell will consult their best interests hy
applying at office, 103 South Broadway. ■ 9
SALE—FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. FURNI-
X' ture and grounds, among the most desira
ble in Southern ' alifornia; hotel men, call
and investigate. HILL dt CO., 123 West Sec
ond st. 8-24 sun-lues A: thurs-tf
&Taa—one of mir^KTTi^rv'AYiy.a
nr-Tt rvr fruit stands in the city; this la a pos
itive bargain, must sell at ohee. HENRY' J.
STANLEY', 242 South Broadwuy, next city
halL 10 5 tf
dtt^KA—CIGAR STAND, WELL ESTAB,
lished, doing good business, low rent;
this is a great sacrifice if sold alone c. HENRY
J. STANLEY, 242 South Broadway, next city
hall. 10-51 f
<BisVftf|— ROOMING HOUSE-11
flrlVfU well furnished; splendid location;
very cheap: but must be sola at once. HENRY
J. STANLEY, 242 South Broadway, next city
hall. 10-5 tf
OR SALE CHE A P—ONE-HALF INTEREST
in a good-paying dairy; the other half can
be rented. Address P. O." box 708, Los Ange
les 9-19 lm
OR SALE—LODGING HOUSE, CENTRALLY
located, of 9 rooms, with 18 regular board
ers. Address B. R. 8., Box 60, Herald. 10-3 4t
00D~PAYING DAIRY BUSI NESS, i ILOSE
to city, clearingsloo a mouth. BTREETER
& SHARPI.Ess, ] 10 S. Broadway. 10-i if
TJERSONAL-COFFEE, FRESH ROASTED ON
ST our giant coffee roaster, Java and Mocha,
860 11>; mountain coffee, 35c; germea, 20c:
rolled rye, 10c; 4 lbs rice, 23c; 6 lbs rolled
wheat, 25c; 8 lbs corn meal, 15c; 15 lbs gran
ulated sugar, $1; lOlbs beans, 25c; can toma
toes or com, 10c; 3 cans corned beef, 25c; can
baked beans, 10c: box macearoni, 55c; extract
beef, 25e; 4 bars Dlnmorc's soap, vsc; can
coal oil, 80c; 3 lbs lard, 30c; pork, 14Wc; ba
con, lOkc; picnic liams, 12'<,e. ECONOMIC
STORES, 1 305 8. Spring st. 7-» tf
P~ ERs6nXi~]FaLPH BROS. —GOLD BAR
flour, $1.00: city flour, SOc; granulated
bugar, 15 lbs $1; brown sugar, 20 lbs $1; ti lbs
rolled oats, 25c; sardines. 3 boxes, 25c; table
Iruit, Scans 50c; Midland coffee, 25c lb: east
ern oil. SOc; gasoline, sOe; 2-lb can corned
beef, 15c: lard, 10 lbs, 95e; 5 lbs. 50c. 001
South Spring street, corner Sixth.
M" "aRRIED "LADIES'" SA FE< i CARD; PAT
emed; no medicine; no equal; money re
funded ii" not satisfactory. Send 10 cents to
LADIEa' NOVELTY CO.,' Kansxs City, -M<>.
A MARTHA (~E~BU RE AU—CONFIDENTLY 1 1
MRS. COYNE. Address Box 60, Herdd
oflu c. Send m.mps fur del ails. 9-2:: 14t
rpHE KAMMERMEY XI: (> RCHES T R A—
X First-Class music furnished for balls, par
ties, concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin,
mandolin-etc., taught, office at Fitrgerald's
music store, corner N'orili Spring ami Franklin
streets. 10-11-1 y
I" • OS"ANGELEB CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
j and Arts, open nh Ihe year. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, president V..M.C.A. building,
Broadw ay and Second sired. 8-1-1-1 y
V. MUBBO'S ORcIIEBTRA—KIRST-CLASi
• music furnished for nil .versions, ofliee
,1. li. BROWN'S MUSIC STOKE, ill N. Spring
street. ]0- tf
B~ AN.tO BY MISS M. X ASTBURY; 5 AND 0
stringed taught Studio 51; take elevator
by People's Store, Phillips uloek. 11-12-ly
I>"p.OF. B. BERil'S r A( A111:M V i >i~\uJsic. in"
structious in all branches. (lUOS. Spring. t
AwillhabtitzTm i\sic"sT'n)io. room
• A, Crocker buiidin;, 212 s. i'rcailway.
DR. 1.. W. WELLS. CORNER SI RING AND
I'irsl slreels, Wilson blocs'; in I. ■ - elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work n spi etalty; teetli
extracted without pain. Room 1. m 4 tf
R. S. TOLIICRST, I>E Nil S'l\ N.
Sluing street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless
extraction. 0 20 tf
FRANK STEVENS 324' S SOUTH SPRING sT.
JC Own Sunday end evening hy electric Ujrht
H RI.P WANTKD—« LE.
!iwant active representatives in all parts oi
the U. R lo sell an article that ia used by every
one. Goods are warranted. Profits enormous.
Business permanent and legitimate. Exclusive
territory given. Experience not necessary.
Address "Manufacturing C 0.," 178-180 Com
mercial st, Lynn, Mass. 9-2-sat-tues-thu-12t
TXT ANTED—ALL" NEEDING HELP _ FREE
M employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880.
Ofliee, 319'j S. Spring St.; residence. 451 8.
Hope st, corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cat Tele
phone 8-10 tf
ETTY, HUMMEL <v CO., EMPLOYMENT
agents, 131-133 W. First st. Telephone 509.
Under the Los Angeies National bank. Help
of all kinds carefully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-6 tf
TT'ANTED— ANY MAN THROUGH ARIZO
i\ na on commercial business can secure
an addition to his income by applying at the
Herald office. Tho best of references must be
given. 9-29 If
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA
bor Bureau, 240 New High st. Telephone
1153; for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, Manager.
FOR "THE SOUDAN."
TV Call stage door Los Angeles theater
Thursday, Oct 5, at 4 p.m. sharp. 10-4 2t
TT families at the Woman's Exchange and
Employment Office, 45 8. Raymond avenue,
I'as.lilelin. 9-18 tf
WANTSI>—SIT V 4TI<>NJS^ to
-WANTED— WORK BY A MARRIED MAN,
>T who has had long experience in press
correspondence and in the book business.
Address J. C. 11., 151 N. Daly street, Los Ange
les, Cal. 10 5 4t
of scoihTkind by
T * a young man of good hsblts; not afraid
oi work. Address B. C, Box 50, Herald office.
\T^ANTED— ASE~LOT WEST OR
»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 tf
ANTED—A PARTNER WITH $5000 TO
invest in a paying project, in Which there
are no cha.ices 01 loss and profits large. Party
desiring to d' al must furnish evidence of good
character. Address D., Herald office. 9-23 tf
\V ANTED— MSB., ESSAY~ SERMONS OR
T T other documents to copy by hand or by
typewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD room 8,
242}j S. Broadway. 10-3 tf
TTT A N T1: D—MAN WITH $2500 TO PUR
TT toiise half interest in a desirable inven
tion; fortune iv it. Address E., Herald office
. 9-23 tf |
\\7-AN TED — TO PURCHASE — HALF OR
TT w'holc interest In restaurant, grocery or
cigar store. B. WHITE. 221 W. First st 10-5 3t
\\ T TNTEb~PRbpERTY LISTED"WITH US;
>> we have customers. DOUSEY, CHAM
BERLIN & CO., 214 S. Broadway, 9-12 tf
AVANTEP-WE - ILVVE CUSTOMERS FOR
y\ installment houses. DORSEY, CHAM
BE P. LIN A: co., 244 s. Broadway. 9-12 tf
1\ - A NTii D—TO BORROw'"f 5800; FIRBT-
T T class ranch security. W. '.. VARCOE,
164 N. I.os Angeles st. lU-4 2t
LOST AND FOUND
j races, Monday, Oct 2, one Shetland alliga
tor bag, containing red purse with letter S on
ii, and two $10 gold pieces, two $1 pieces and
silver, comb ami handkerchief. The finder
will be libeinllv rewarded by leaving with
DURANT A: SPIER, 233 S. Spring. 10-3 3t
oTR.VYF.!> —OR STOLEN, FROM PLACE OF
O Kuoferle, on Wilmington avenue, 2 inilua,
this side of Wilmington, one dark brown mar™
white spot 011 left bind foot; no brand: black
mane, A liberal reward w ill he paid for return
to ANDREW STEPHENS, Santa Monica. 9--9 7t
QTRAYED— FROM ROPER L t HEITCHEW'S
O camp, outfall sewer, two mules; one black
one dark bay. Leave at camp and get reward.
PACKAGE OF PAPERS.
1 Call and identify at 301 S. Spring st.
10 3 21
ATTORN BY A.
tay attorney"'at law,
fj Ilryson Bonebrake block. Telephone 525,
Practices in all the courts, state and federal.
GOODRICH, LAWYER, 121 DEARBORN
• street, Chicago, 111.; 20years* experience;
secrecy: special facilities In several slates.
Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all stales, in
press. 6-4 tf
UNPAKER I GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
rooms 103 and 101 Phillips block, corner
Spring and Franklin streets. '1 elephone, 1120.
J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT
• teniion given to ihe settlement of estates.
115 West First st. 4-H tf
K. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT I.AW, F~UL
• ton block, 207 New High street, Los An
geles. 1-10 tf
-tV'M. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TT room 3 Allen block, Temple and Spring
sin-ots. 2-21 If
rpHE r W OODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE HAS
X removed lo tbe upper floor of the Stowell
block, BBS South Spring street. It has now the
largest and Quest business college rooms in the
state, and the largest attendance ot any com
mercial school south of San Francisco. Fine
passengd elevator running direct to the
School rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec
essary. Thvpui.lic is cordially invited to call
and inspect tbe 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;.! W. Hood, Secy. 5-4 ly
08 ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated!, 144 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
School on tbo coast Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able aiid mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at office, or write for elegant
catalogue. E. F. SHRADER, President; F. W.
KELSEY, Vice-President; L L. INSKEEP, Sec
retary. 9-16-1 y
S~CH 00L FOR BOYS AND YOUNG MEN,
now in session. Bryson block (top floor),
Second and Spring sis. Rooms light and cheer
ful; ventilation perfect Thorough instruct
ion in all the common English branches.
Special attention lo arilhnietic, higher muthe
matlcs and (lassies. A. B. BROWN, A. M.,
(Yale). 26 Potomac block. 9-3 lm
CellOOL OF PHYM"c.\L TRAINING, STOW
~ ell block, 221) S. Spring st. Open Oct. 16.
Department of Elocution and Dramatic Ex
pression. For further particulars address
MISS NAOMA ALI'REY, Directress. 9-30 3in
CASA DE Rosas, FROEBEL INSTITUTE,
Adams, cor. Hoover sL, will open all its
departments Tuesday, Oct. 24. F"or further
particulars apply to MRS. Carolyn m. n.
ALDEN, 806 W. Adams St. 9-27 tf
\T ISS ACKLEsON'S PRIVATE SCHOOIfFOR
ivl primary, grammar and high school stud*
ies opens September 4th. Summer school now
in session. 412 W. Second st. 9-6 lm
S'liUMtY SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips' block; send for cata
loguo. 10-12 12m
ft HO RTIIAND AND T Y"pE\vitTri NG—li EST
0 advantage*. Lo.NGtEY INSTITUTE, Spring
and First sis. 3-7 ti
AH II.I.IIAItTITZ, MUSIC STUDIO, ROOM
• A, Crocker building, 212 S. Broadway.
\*i:s. DR. J. 11. BMITH, SPECIALTY, MID
A TJ vvifery, Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 7i7 Bcllevtie avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1118. o-2tf
1-1 "bI.AKESLKE", - M.' I>7~EYK AND~EAr7
li. late of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmsry
and Chicago Opthulmic College. Office, 242) j
s. Broadway. 9-2tf
GEORGE iITiIEACH, M. D., OFFICE \N D
residence, 131 North Spring st office
hours, 8 to 12, Ito 5, 6to 8 p.m. Telephone
433. 11-3 If
'BR DR. WKLLS-OFITCE IN HER"BRICK
block, 127 E. Third st. Specialty, diseases
Clai'uvoyant''and life"-reading me'
diulm; cousultatloni on business, remov
als, marriage, disease, lawsuits, love, mineral
location*, ele,; -132 s. .Main st MRS. PAhKER.
rs. 57TTTcimbai,L, business, test
and trance luedium, southwest corner
Twenty-third su-cei and Grand aye. KM 1 m
SCIIERER, GRANITE, BITUMIN
" ' tins Aiid asnnait pavinK: 227 w. Pirst st
LOS ANGELES HERALDi THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5.
231 West First street
We have Customers to Rent Houses.
Cheap Lots on W. Pico st
on tbe Installment Plan.
Money to loan. 0-29 tf
I' BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
CITY AND COUNTRY.
We have a large amount of land adapted to
the various kinds ot fruits, with good water
rights, In quantities to suit, at figures below
the real value. *
We have orange, walnut and lemon groves,
ranging in value from #3000 to ijiTH.dOO, ac
cording to acreage, age, location and income.
We have corn, alfalfa and grain land—no Ir
rigation needed—well adapted to hog raising
or dairy business.
We have a flue stock ranch of 3500 acres.
BUSINESS BLOCK—We have one of the best
business blocks in the city; pays 0 per cent net
on investment; only capitalists of large menus
HOUSES AND LOTS—Wo have handsome res
idences and unimproved lots lv the most de
sirable part of the city.
HOTEI-S— Wo have one one of the best lo
cated, best paying flrst-class hotels in Southern
People at a distance can safely invest through
"Do as we wonld be done by" ts our motto.
Cut out thin "ad" and keep it for reference.
0-10 tf HILL ■£ CO., 123 West Second su
T7>OK BALE —BARGAINS.
F #300—Fine lot on Thirty-second St., near
#075—Fine lot on Twenty-fifth St., near Main.
$700—Fine lot on Eleventh, near Pearl.
#1000—Fine lot on Ingraham st. Bargain.
$1 10O—Fine lot on ingrahum st,
#1300—Fine lot on West Seventh St.
$2000—Fine lot on Hope st., close In.
CRAWFORD .* LOCK HART,
10-1 tl 205 S. Broadway.
I -lOR SALE— ATIiOYLE HEIGHTS, A NEW,
modern house of 5 rooms, on First street;
Lot 50x185 an First street, one Mock from
the power house; $ 50—worth $ 000.
New house of 5 rooms, close to the cable
cars: only $i 200. See
F. A. HUTCHINSON,
10-3 tf 213 W. First at.
A particularly nice residence and business
corner on South Main street—lBsxl4B ieet; 3
2-story residences, always rented. Price $9100.
J. a VAN DORKX,
9- 20 tf 101 S. Broadway.
$1100—527 Gladys aye, 5 rooms; rents
for 13 per cent interest.
$1500—225 No, I, rim nave., 5 rooms; easy
$1000—Lot 00 ft. on Ingraham st.; easy
terms. E. S. FIELD,
10- 1 tf 139 So. Broadway.
AN ELEGANT 10-ROOM HOUSE
i I (JU southwest, close to cable line: loca
tion one of the best in lito city; house com
plete in every particular; cold storage room
and cellar; large lot, fine lawn, choice shrub
bery—a decided bargain.
BARNES ,t BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
VFOR SALE—$'27OO- HANDSOME NEW - T
i 1 room house; ball, bath, cellar, modern
conveniences, ttone walks; southwest, near
electric cars; cash $400, balance monthly; no
interest. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broad
way. 10-1 tf
171 OR PALE — CHOICE BPRING-STREET
. property, improved, close in: renting for
big Interest on Price asked. A bargain.
BARNES A BARNES.
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
I 'IOR SALE—S-ROOM NEW COTTAGE, II ALL,
' hath, etc.; southwest, near Hoover and
Adams sts; $150 cash, balance $20 monthly:
no interest. TAYLOR & RICH All DS, 102
Broadway. 10-1 if
FOR SALE—EAST LOS ANCELKsTs. WORK
man St., S-room house; large lot; only
$170(1; terms, $15t)cash, balance $20 monthly.
TAYLOR A RICHARDS, 102 Broadway.
FOR SALE-CALL AT THE NEW OFFICE
of CRAWFORD A LOCKIIART for special
bargains in real estate, 90S S. Broadway.
17I0R SALE-2-STORv", O-ROOM HOUSE,
5 flrst-class condition, on University electric
cur line; for sale by owner. Inquire at rooms
4 and j, New Wilson block. 8-3 tf
FTtOR SALE—SI3OO~ EACH 2 5-ROOM COT
' tages on Forrester avenue, near electric
car line; monthly pavnients. BARNES Ac
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
A i SaTE—NEW 5 ROOM HOIISK
'MtUU on Victoria street; monthly pay
ments $15. AJ.LISON BARLOW, 227 West
Second st. 7-21 tf
JriOK SALE BY OWNER—MODERN 9-ROOM
1 house on University electric car line: ele
gant home at a bargain; with or without fur
niture, inquire at rooms 4 and ft, new Wilson
block. ■■; . ■: ■ 9-24 tf
lIORI IOR SALE—6O WELL LOCATED LOTS ON
' installment plan. K. P. CULLEN & Co.,
237 West First st. 10-1 tf
SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR
r sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN & CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st.
B""eTutTfUL HOUSE—I 2 ROOMS, ON JEF
ferson street, near Figueroa. CRAWFORD
& LOCKIIART, 205 South Broadway. 10-1-tf
SEE MEAGHER A JAY FOR BARGAINS IN
real estate. 101 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
FOR EXCHANGE — — A HOTEL
building on one of the business streets of
the city, consisting of 146 rooms, on lot 30x150;
building cost $iB,OOO and lot cost $10,000; all
in good state of repair and can be made to rent
for $200 per month, and ought to sell in less
than 2 years for $30,000. In order to close up
an estate this property will be exchanged on a
basis of $12,000, one-half cash and balance
any good clear property worth the money.
NOLAN .t SMITH,
10-4 tl U2B W. Second st.
®<?<IAfF FOR_ EXCHANGE-CHOICE I.M
- acreage at Cahuenga; 5-acre
bearing orchard—navel oranges, tigs, prunes,
etc.; 5 acres solid to lemons, set this last
spring; good house, barn, well, etc.; will ex
change for Los Angeles residence property.
BARNES & BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
T7VOR EXCH A N G X—A VERY DESIRABLE
X 1 and highly productive fruit and nut farm
of 70 acre*, in" the beautiful Ojai valley, near
Nordhoff, Ventura county, for good unincum
bered residence properly in this city; cash
value, $2u,000. Apyly early to
J. B. VAN DOREN,
9- Btf 101 S. Broadway.
gfoixTlTY, 10IV A.
EXCHANGE W ANTED.
A $5000 or $0000 re?idence in Sioux City for
good property in this city.
j. S. VAN DOREN,
10- 1 tf 304 W. First st
lIORI IOR ExTTIANCE — HANDSOME YOUNG
1 lemon and orange orchard of 20 acres,
with good buildings, near Redlands, for cily
property or business equity; $40(10.
J. S. VAN DOREN,
10*1 tf 304 W. First st.
OR EXCHANGE eIIWeRN INCOME
acreage for desirable Los Angeles house;
will nssunie reasonable incumbrance.
!)-17tf MACK.MGHT A; FUOARD.
' Santa Fe excursions to Ktui
ffirJQM'^sS i lly, si. Louis, Chicago, Hew
York and Bo«ton. Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago uiid Boston; lumily tourist sleepers to
Kansoi. City and Chicago daily. Low rates and
quickest time. Otiieo, 129 N. Spring St. 7-1 in
FHILLIPS' EA T BOUND EXCURSIONS —
Personally conducted, via Denver and Rio
Grande and Rock Island Routes; leaves Los
Angeles every Tuesday and Friday; OTOMling
the Sierra Nevadas and passing the entire
scenery on the Rio Grande by daylight. Ofliee
138 S. Spring St. 7-1 If
TUDSON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
f\ every Monday, via Rio Grande route;
through' tourist sleepers to Chicago and Bos
ton, personally managed. Office, 212 S. Spring
s..cct I.os Aiigek-.
Ijiu RGKBS j. EEBVK, ARCH ITECT, EST AB-
I » llshed forthe last 10 years in Los Angeles.
Rooms 7 and 8 second Door, Workman block,
Spring st., between Second and Third. 1-20 ly
• w-ay,_bo.twecii Firet and Second. 8-7 if,
UYKHH AND FINIISHKKH
METRO TOI.ITa"n St¥a"m'dYE W ORKS, 241
Franklin St.; tine dyeing and cleaning.
IyARYs-fAN DYITWORKS,27S SOUTH MXIN
I street: beat dy»ln*r in the city. 1-13 tf
FOR IALB-COUNTKV PKOPBBTY
\DAMS, ROUSE H MEEK INS, ' ~~
207 west Second st
For sale—Best orange land in Azusa valley;
10, 20 or 30-acre tracts; 2', 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 the land. Also first-class orange groves
in the Azusa.
Our city properties are cheap and desirable.
We mean business, call aud see us.
li-OR SALE—2O ACRES~BUITABI.E FOR DE-
I millions fruits and all kinds of vegetables,
corn, etc,; small house, barn, well, mill and
tank; finest of water; horse, cart, plows, culti
vator and small tools, cooking stove and out
fit: about $100 worth of Egyptian corn, now
ready to gather, and 5 acres of potatoes plant
ed for fall crop. Price only $1500—5700 cash,
1 $4'o—3-rooin bard-finished cottage and lot
46x128, close to electric cars; half cash, bal
A high-grade Biovcle for sale cheap; nearly
A set of pipe tools, complete, with rope and
blocks, for sale aheap; has vise, cutters, dies,
tongs, etc. Call"
DEAN, GILBERT & CO.,
9- 29 tf 2.)7 W. First st.
AlE—s.'so,o(lll; ORANGE ORCH
-1 arils, walnut orchards, deciduous Irutt
orchards, olive orchards, dairy or farm
ranches, fine city residences, hotels, lodging
houses, groec:y stores, hardware business,
fruit siands, cigar stands, meat markets, sa
loons, bakeries, restaurants, and all kinds of
mercantile business; prices from $100 to
$250,000; we neither advertise nor try to sell
anything lhat will not stand the strictest in
vestigation. NOLAN" i SMITH, 228 W. Sec
ond at. 10-1 tt
CLStifU i-Ftm""SALE, HOMESTEAD RELIN-
BpOUU quiahmaiat of 16> acres, within %
mile of siiiiion on Southern Pacific railroad, in
this county: ahoiit 60 acres under cultivation:
laud nil cleared and first-class small house and
other improvements; price $600 will ex
change for property in the OUT.
NOLAN & SMITH,
10- 4 If 223 W. Second ,t.
FjMIR SALE—A FEW VERY CHOICE lioV
eminent and school land locations for
sale cheap; or would take part pay in other
A few choice lots on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth sts., west of F"igueroa; $(il)ii to $900.
J. K. MULKEY,
8-22 tf 1140 W. Eighteenth or 213 W. First st.
FiOh? BALE—27O~ACRKsTiTMILES FROM
city; MO acres in bearing fruit, 80 acres in
barley, balance in pasture: all fenced; good
water by iron pressure pipes; good barn, small
bouse; price, $20,000; terms, $5, 00 cash,
$5000 good trade, $10,000 mortgage 3 lo 5
years, at S'j per sent. J. S. VAN poREN,
9- i 2 tf ioi s. Broadway
IJIOR SALE-170 ACRES FINE ORANGE.
" vine or olive laud, adjoining the celebrated
Vaehe winery al Brookside, near Redlands;
this is the very choicest land in that neighbor
hood in the market: all or part; price $12,500,
terms easy. For particulars sec A. C. GOI.SH,
147 S. Broadway. 8-30 tf
tSoR BALE -~20 ACRES NEAR CAHUENGA
r Pass,'with good water right, 870 par acre;
bargain. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, lu'2 Broad
way. 10-1 tf
IXIR SALE—A NO. 1 ALFALFA LAND" WITH
V water, only $100 peraere; nearcitv. TA\'-
LOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 10-1 tf
I'SoRSA LB—LIST Y()L.5*1 > ROPERTY - FOR
1 sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN & CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st,
FOR SALE—S ACRES CHOICE LAND NEA R
the city. J. S. VAN DOREN,
10- 4 if ' 304 W. First st.
mil stA I.X ■'•Ist'itLLAItSOU-l.
1-iOR .- M.l-;—CHOICE NURSERY STOCK;
' mining, city and country property.
Particular attention paid to patents of all
kinds, choice property in Azusa valley. Cor
W. M. STOVER, '
Real Estate and Mining Exchange,
10-1 tf 227 W. First st.
T7IOR SALE—MINfNG OUTFIT, CHEAP FOR
V cash, including new wagon specially fit
ted out with water casks and other imple
ments. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson
block. 9-24 tf
rrMIREE NICELY' FURNISHE~D
JL housekeeping privileges; 461 Turner st.
TJ7OR" SALE—VERY CHEAP, THOROUGH
JT bred registered mastiff pups, at 1047 S.
Main St. 19-4 lm
170R IN QUANTITIES
Flo snii al ihis oltiee.
KOK lIKV l-HOII K-.
JJiOR RENT—A VERY PLEASANT 8-BOOM
I I 2-story house, near the Temple-street cable
line and only about S minutes'walk.from the
court house; rent $20 per month.
NOLAN & SMITH,
10-4 tf 228 W. Second st.
T7OR RENT 9-KOOM HOUSE, 320 S. OLIVE
X st.; just been put in first-class condition;
newly papered, painted, etc. BARNES &
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tl
FOB KKNT —KllnSS.
fiOR RENT LARGE SITTING-ROOM AND
bedroom, with gas and use of bathroom;
close in; nice location; suitable for one or two
gentlemen; rate $15 for one and $20 for two
persons; references required. Addresso. X. S.,
box 30, llcruld office. 9-. 6 tf
17<0R RENT—EXCELLENT SUNNY ROOMS,
with bay windows, single or en suite, three ,
blocks from court house; rent low; cheap un
furnished rooms. 525 Sand st. lu-4 lm
[/OR RENT -3 NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
X private family; light housekeeping privi
leges. 445';, S. Spring st. 10-i4t
PiOR~RENT-929 S. BROADWAY, 3 NEWLY
furnished sunny rooms, cheap; hoitse
keeping privileges. 10-3 3t
FOB hksi-mi tiBLI.ANk.OCa.
rpo LEASE—Of) ACRES ALFALFA LAND,
X well improved, 12 miles from Los Angeles;
rent, $.0 a year. B. WHITE, 221 West First
street. 10-5 2t
MONKS T<> LOAN.
Loans money in 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
ries, 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. I> EG ROOT, Manager.
8- 29 ly Rooms 2, 3& 4, 114 S. Spring st.
A.IONEY To LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEIVEL
.VI rv, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS.,
9- 18 ly 402 8. Spring st.
TF YOU " WISH TO LOAN - OR BORROW
1 money, call on J. 4J. C. FLOURNOY, Real
Estate and Financial Agents, 136 Broadway.
All business strictly confidential. 10-1 tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL CoT7
lateral, mortgage and other good securi
ties. W IGMORE O'BRIEN, 2 si W. First st.
, 9-23 tf
T-OLOAX— WE - HTVE"SSOO~AND $600 TO
loan on good real estate security. FLOUR
NOY', liS Broadway. 10-1 tf
—— ——— ' n /
r-iTKN r-', ( Ol VKKllli s,
HAZARD A TOWNBSND, ROOM 9 DOWNEY
block. Tel. 347. Los Angeles. 11-22 tf
Notice of Street Work.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Tuesday, the Oth day of Sept., A. D. 1893,
the council of the city of Los Angeles did, at its
meeting on said day, adopt an ordinance of in
tentioii, No. 1833 (new series), to have the
lollnwing work done, to-wit:
TW ELFTH STREET,
in said city from Ihe southeasterly line of Olive
street to the southwesterly line of Ii 111 street,
including all intersections of streets (except
ing such portiov of said street and Inter ec
tions as are required by law to be kept In order
or repair by any person or company having
railroad tracks thereon, and also excepting
such portions ns have already been guided,
graveled and accepted) be graded and graveled
in aeeordnnec w ilh the plans and profile on file
in tho office of the city engineer and specifica
tions on file in ihe office of the city clerk of the
city of the city of Los Angeles for graveled
streets, said specifications being numbered
Aye. , .
Second—That a cement curb be constructed
along each line of the roadway of said Twelfth
si red Irom the southeasterly line of Olive
street to 1 lie southwesterly line of Hill street,ex
cepting along such portions of the line of said
roadway ir on which a cement or granite curb
has already been constructed and accepted,) In
accordance \i Ithspecifications in the office of
ihe city clerk of said city for constructing ce
ment curb , said specifications being num
Reference Is hereby made to theia'd ordi
nance oi intention lor further particulars.
D. A. WATSON,
By F. C. Hannov. Deputy. l>\s«t
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY
ol Loi Angeles, State of California.
Sarah C Whigham. plaiutitf, va F. H. Bar
clay, H. J. Hunt, I W Hendrlck. J. 8. Chap
man, Ida Hancock, aa administratrix of tho
estate of John Hancock, deceived; Pram Is E.
McD uuell. A. A. McDonnell, Robert N.O Wil
son, U. 8 Shields, Julia MeErlain, John Doe,
Richard Roe, Mary Doc, defendants,
Aci lon brought iv the superior court of Loi
Angela* c unty, slate of Califoanla, aud the
(oihpla nt flhd Id said county of Los Angel- >.
In tbe ofliee, of ihe clerk of said supe'lor court.
Tbe people of tba state of California send
greeting to F 11 Barclay, H. J. Hunt, J. w.
Hendrlck, J. 8 ch.-pui n, da Haiioo' k, as ari
mlnlatratrix of the estate if John Hancock, de
ceased; Francis K. McOonuell. A. A. McDon
nell, Robert N. 0. Wilson. (I. 8. Shields Julia
McErlaiu, John L'oe, Ricbaid Roe Maty Doe,
You are hereby required to appear In un ac
tion brought against you by the above named
Elaiutiffin the superior oour. of the county of
OS Angeles, state of California, and to atiswer
thecompiaint riled therein, within ten days
(excluilve of the day of service) alter the ser
vl< eon you of this summons—if Nerved wtihln
this county; or II serv>d elsewhere, wltnin
thirty d<yt, or judgment will be taken
against you according to ihe prsyer of said
Ihe salu action is broualu to ob.aln a decree
of this court vacating aocsetilog aside tbe de
cree of foreclosure and order of >- I --. made in a
foimer ao.ion iv said superior cjnet. being
action o 14,324 on tne r gister of action O'
s-id court, whorelu arah c. Whlgham was
piaintlrT, aud F H. Bsr -.ay and 01 -era wore
defendants, which aa d action was iualliuted
for the purpose of foreclosing the mortgage
her luadet referred to; and also vacation and
settles as do th« sale .r.i-d • on th - 17th day of
Nov. ruber, 13.11. iv pursuance of tn» said de
cree ot forur oturc; and also vaoat ng tha
■.i i 10 '■■ ci m in-, !-■ of >• r issip d In pursuance
ol said sac, whp h aa v eerildca c of si c is
recorded In book 8, s.ierllTs oitlflcates of sal ,
pagc2ll: and also vacating setting asoie
ttie sheriff*-, deed, mad-i by the sheiiu of said
county to said plaintiff In pursiiniioe of-aid
certißcateou November 18ih, 1891, recorded
in book 802 of deeds, page 2, In tne i flic- of
the county reoo.der of sai.i county ot LiaAn
g les Also to recover judgment agaiust the
said defendant, F. 11. Barclay, for tne
SDH of 10731.61, with lnteres at the rale of
12 iter cent per annum from November 0,
1889 cotnpouudlngquarltrly; also to obtains
decree oi ihls <nurt for tho for*closiirc£of a
mongage described In sala oomplaiut and exe
cuted by the said def-udant s. H. Barclay, on
Ihe Mh day oi May. A. l>. 1888, to socuru the
paym nt of a certain proni.ssory note, made by
sm d defendant F 11. BaiCiay, on said sth day
o Mai, A. 0 1888, to said plaintiff, for $5500.
gold com, upon which said promissory note
ami morigAHS there has Dern paid the sum of
$707, and no more, and upou which promis
sory nolo and mortgage there is dueand UDpAld
a balance ol $5731 (11, with interest thereon at
the rate of 12 per cent per e-naum, from No-
Ti ruber 6, 1889, compounding quarterly: also
to recover judgment for the sum ol $J1 20 laid
out and expended by p.alntlft" for taxes upon
the mortgaged premises, and for inlertst there
on at 12 per cent per annum, compound-tig
quarterly from December 20, 1890 aud
alao ior tho sum of $600 as reason
able tounael fee of plaintiff herein, as
i -v-l in said mortcage; that the prem
ises described in said mortraje may ba sold
and the proceeds applied to the payment of
the amount the court shall ascertain to be due
on said note and mortgage, or other, and for
such taxes, and for couusel fees, aud for co-ts
of suit; and in case such proceeds are not suffi
cient to pay the samo, then lo obtain judgment
for the deficiency, snd an execution against
said defendant, F. H Barclay, and also that
each and all of the defondams, ana all persons
cli inlng by, thiough or under them, or either
of tbem. may be barred and io-ever fore<do ed
of all right, title, o:altn, lien, equity of redemp
tion and interest In and to said mortgaged
premises, snd for the appointment of a receiver
for said premises, and for i.ihf-r and lunher
relief. Reference is had to said complaint for
And you are hereby notified that It you fail
to appear and answer the said complaint as
abovo required, the s;ld plaintiff will apply lo
the court for the relief demanded in said com
Given nnder my hand and the seal of the
superior court of tbe county of Los Angeies.
state of California, thts 19th day of April, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and ninety-three.
1-it aL 1 T. H.WARD, Clerk.
»ly \. rV. gsivSß, Deputy Clerk.
Z. B. West and Wellborn A Hntton, atty's for
plaintiff. 8-29 63t
UB. LAND OFFICE. LO3 ANGELES. CAL.,
• August 28th, 1893.
Complaint having been entered at this office
by Willlsm Mappa against Goor<e Gaukrodger,
his heirs or lata! representatives, for failure to
comply with law as to tlmbjr-culture entry No.
2702 dated June Bib, 1889, upon the SEVi sec
tion 34, township 8 north, range 14 west, 8. B.
M., in I.os Angeies couniy, Cailiornia, with a
view to the cancellation of said eDt y; con
testant alleging that said George Gaukrodger
died on or abont January 3d, 1892, unmarried,
leaving all his real property to his two sisters,
who are r liens and nativesof New Z aland:
lhat said George Gankrodser tailed to plant or
cause to be p anted 5 acres of said tract in
trees, seeds or cuttings at any time between
June Oth. 1889, and January 3d, 1892; that
since h's decease and up to the pre/ent time
his heirs or legal representatives nave not
planted or caused to he planted 5 acres of said
tract to timber, seeds or cuttings (copy of com
plaint hereto attached), the aaid parties sre
hereby summoned t , appear at thi -office on
th- 22d day of Nun-inner, 1893, at 10 ..'clock
a. m,to r spond and furnish testimony con
cerning said alleged failure.
W. H BEAMANB,
Notice for Publication of lime for
Proving Will, Etc.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. VTATE OF CAL
iforota, i;oun y of Los Ang lee, sa.
in tbe matter of the estate of R.chard Chip
Noilce is hereby given that Friday, tho 27th
day of October. 18j93,at 10 o'clock ». m. of said
day, at the court-room of this court, Depart
me'ut Two thereof, in the city of ios Angeles,
county of Los Angeles, and state of California,
has been appointed as the time and place for
hearing the application ot William Chipp n
dale, praying that a document now ou fl c in
this court, purporting to be the last will aud
icsi-meni. of the said decaased, be admitt d to
probate, that letters testamentary be issued
thereon to bim, at which time aud place all
penons Interested therein may appear aud
con est the same.
Dated Sept. 27, 1893.
T. H. WARD, Cjunty Clerk.
By 0. W. Blake. Deputy.
Davis & Valentine, attorneys for petitioner.
9 28 lOt
Proposals for School Desks.
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
city ol Los Angeles, California, will re
ceive, until Monday, October 9, 1393, at 8
o'clocsp.m., sealed proposals for furnishing
the school department of this city with pupils
end teachers' desks for the year ending Janu
aaid desks to ba delivered in Loi Angelei
city, setup and leady to be screwed to the
Hour, at such school rooms as tho board jay
d i ach bid mu«t be accomptnif dby a certified
check for the sum of $100, payable to the
Botrd of Eduoation ol said city.
Bamplesof all goods bid ou must be exhib
ited in the rooms of theaeoretaiy of this board
at least ten days before said oids are opened -.
Tbe board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids, or any portion of a bid.
By order Commit co on applies.
Dated Los Angeies, Ca, , Sops. 22, 1893.
H. P. PL-APT. Secretary,
9 22 18t Room 25 City Hall.
Notice for Publication.
LAND OFFICE AT LOS ANGELES, CALIF.,
August 3d, 1893.
Notice is hereby given that tl c following
named >ettler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of hi* claim, and
tbat said proof will be maae b fore re ;lstor and
receiver at I-os Angeles. Cadf., on Oct. 1 .
1893, vis: Joseph W. Crosby home No. 2970,
for tho *.% of N *V % and EJ* of BW>» Sec. 26, T.
4 N. H. 15 W., 8.8.M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land viz; Jackson B.Smi:h of Thompson,
Calif,; William F. Erwln of Thompson, Calif.;
Frank F. Smith of Thompion, Calif.; John M.
Smith of Thompson. h
Notice—Annual Meeting of Stock
NOTICE J.S HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
annual meeting of the sto sholdtrs of tho
Harper A Reynolds Company will be held at
the office of the company in the city and
couu y of Lo* Angeles. State ot California, on
Widnesdty, Oct. 11, 1893, at 10 o'clook a m.,
for the c eotien of a board of directors and for
the transaction of suoh other business as may
be brought before tho me-ting.
LB. NEWTON Secretary.
Los Angeles, Sept, 26, 1893. 9 28 l4t
X from B. Fanta, at 306 N. Main street, will
be sold at miction October 7th, 10 a.m.; Con
sists of gold silver, filled case and nickel
watches, diamond aud gold
P a,, diamond and gold r-ago, sleeve DUtwr,?,
collar buttons, gold-h-mded can s, plsiois,
guns, opera aud field glasses, meerschaum
pipgs and surveyors' iu-truments, guitars,
mandolins, violins aud banjos.
A. MORRM, Prop.
V. rnuw, AnotJonsir, 10 3 st.
THE BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOLS
The Convention Being Hold ;ir
Proceeding's of the Yniin* People's
Baptist Union. .
Th* Delegates In Attendance— lleporta
From Various Churches Showing
BBtlnfactory I'rogrens — The
At 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening the
Young People's Baptist Union of the
Los Augeles Baptist Association assem
bled in an ante room oi tbe Momovia
church, The oreeident, Rev. A. P.
Brown of Monrovia, called tho meeting
to order and the business of tho session
was proceeded with. Tho committee on
credential*, by Joseph Fowler, reported
the following list ol delegates:
First Baptist church, Los Angeles—
R W. Martin, Miss l'earl Chase.
Chino-Rev. A. B. Tomlinson aud
Booth Pasadena—Miss Ida Mitchell.
Alhambra—A. R Selig.
Swedish, Los Angeles—Peter Stone,
German, Los Angeles— Rev. William
Pasadena—Ella Lancaster, Misß Vor
na K. F:sh. Wendell Taylor.
Pomona—B. E. Street, A. S. Smith,
Mins Gertie Johnson,
East Los Angelea-Rev. G. E. Dye,
H. W. Aunable.
Memorial, Los Angeleß—Rev. A. W.
Rider, Hiram Smith, Miss Ella Barnes.
Rivera—Maggie Tweedy, E. W. Rider.
Monrovia—Kov. A. P. Blown, MiBS
Birdie Monroe, Miss Jerjsie Watson.
The Palme - Mrs. Baker.
Axuaa—.lud«on Lovell, Robert Lovell.
The official conetitution of the union
was adcpied with certain amendments.
The nominating committee reported
aB officers lor the ensuing year:
President—Rev. A. P. Brown of Mon
First vice-president — Misa Annie
Second vice-president — Miss Pearl
Chase ol Los Angeles.
Secretary—Mr. Ed Rider of Rivera.
Treasurer—B. E. Street of Pomona.
Executive committee—A. W. Kider,
A. R. Selig, H. M. Bel).
It was voted to arrange lor a cummer
assembly to be held as to time and place
at tbe discretion of the executive com
mittee, at which the election of officers
on the transaction ol business will take
place. Alter some discussion in regard
to an excursion to Rubio cafion in the
near future the session adjourned.
At 7:30 devotional exercises were held
in the audience room of the church led
by Mr. Arthur Smith of Pomona.
At 8 o'clock the president, Rev. A. P.
Brown, assumed the duties of his office
and invited the other officers of the
onion, who were present, ta seats on
The secretary's report waa called for
and was aB follows: Azusa church—
Number of members, 16; home expen
ses, $26; for benevolence, $1.41.
Monrovia church—Number of mem
bers, 45; home expenses, $50.73; for
First Baptist, Los Angelea—No report.
Memorial, Los Angelea—Number of
members, 54; home, expenses, $38.10;
tor benevolence, $7-.; Bjiaaiouß, $25<
Kas* Los Anßelee—Number of mem
bers, 15; for benevolence $10.
Swedish, Los Angeles—Number ol
members. 35; for benevolence, $01 21.
fjrhe Palme—Number of members, 15;
home expenses. $10; missions, $2.45.
Pasadena —Number of members, 50;
lor home expenaes, $11.11; for benevo
Pomona—Number of members, 65;
home expenses, $22.70; for benevolence,
Kivera —Number of members, 30;
noma expenees, $6 50.
At 8 o'clock was carried out that part
of the programme denoted aa "Minute
Guns," a series of short talks, consisting
mainly oi reports of the condition of
the union iv tbe various churches. The
following rLurches were represented by
the spcul. named :
Alhauibia-A. R. Selig.
Azusa —Judson Lovell.
Chino—By a letter.
Downey—Miss Estella Patten.
Firßt Baptist, Los Augeles—Mr. Mar
tin and Rev. Dr. Read.
Swedish, Los Angeles—Victor Greene.
First German, Lob Angelea—Rev.Wm.
Memorial, Lob Angeles—Hiram Smith.
East Los Angeles—Herbert Amiable.
Pasadena—W. F. Taylor.
South Pasadena—Miss Ida Mitchell.
The Palinß—Mrs. Baker.
Pomona—B E. Street.
Riverßide—Rev. H. M. Bell.
Misa Annie Brush, first, vice-president,
then assumed the presiding office and
introduced Rev. A. P. Brown, who gave
an interesting report of the Indianapolis
convention, which he had recently vis
ited. He spoke of the enthusiasm which
prevailed tiiere, and made special men
tion of the part which California took
oh tbat occasion.
Mr. J. A. Foßhay of Los Angeles sang
> a solo, the audience joining in the
An address by Rev. George E Dye of
Los ±.ngeles on "A Coming Factor in
Christian Education" waa tbe last num
ber on tbe program for the evening.
The speaker referred particularly to the
Christian culture course and expressed
great confidence that it would stimulate
an interest and develop a healthy
growth in spiritual things.
After a brief consecration service the
evening session adjourned.
A reception »»a neld in the hotel par
lors from 9to 10 o'clock by the young
people of tbe union, which was a very
enjoyable affair. There were brief toasts
and responses and a generally social
About 120 delf gates and friends were
entertained at the hotel and various
The twenty-fifth anniversary of the
Los Angeles Baptist association waa be
gun yesterday morning. It was called
li HO X KKB. ■
RW. POINDEXTEK, BROKER, 105 WEST
• Bceond si. Conlidciilial business agent
lor Investors or borrowers. II you wish to
lend or borrow, or invest iv any securities,
please call. 8-1 ft
A~'BBTRACT AM) TITLE TNbtJRANCE COM
pany of Los Angelea; northwest corner of
rYankllu aim .'civ liign sts. m 711
IBS~c| sT?AfFER tTIIROPODIBT AND
masseuse, Ull W. First st., opp. Nadeau.
1 -1 t
to order by the moderator, Rev. W. W.
Tinker, at 10 o'ciock Hymn No. d-S>,
All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name, was
Bung The scriptures were read by Rev.
E. R. Bennett, followed by prayer.
The moderator reported the follow Ing
On arrangements—Rev. A 1. lirown,
Richard Greene, A. 8. Blackburn.
Oh enrollment —11. E. Street, H. M.
Bell, E. P. Hopkins.
(in nominations—T. R. Evans, George
Taylor, l'eter Stone.
After sciipture reading by Roy. A. VV.
Hider and prater by Key. Dr. Bead, the
annual sermon was preached by R»v. L.
E. Harrißol Pasadena, Irom texts, found
in John's gospel, Brat chapter fourteenth
verße and Firat Corinthians twelfth
chapter twenty-seventh verße.
At the close of Mr. Harris'sermon
Rev. Dr. Ruad was requested to conduct
a brief aoaHon of prayer, prefacing tha
occasion by a few earnest remarks.
Rev. J. A. Freeman, ths first moder
ator, waa'o have been present and de
liver bu aoOress on the organization oi
the Los Angeles association in 1869,
but for Bomi reason was not at band.
At 1 -SO p. in. th* association reassem
bled lor devotional services.
Tbe report of t ie enrollment commit
tee was ac follow «s fo tha delegate!:
Aziibb— R>v. T. U. Kvanj, pastor;
George .1. O i 13.il Lie, 3. M. Rioker,
rThoa. Lovii _
Chino -!! '• A- foonltnaoo and
*Compl< n- t*«V 0. W. David
Smith. Bro. K>alf**nd wtf*.
El lioiit**- vli. and Mrs. C. A. Black
ley, tlra, Vi. itrowuihsT. Mm. J. R. Thur
tnan, Key. Jeaiu rihnw, Mrs. R. M.
Smith. , _ ,
First i'-ipiis' church, Los Angeleg--
N. L. Rigby, Richard Greene. J. F.
Jackson. U.S. Bpinka, T. A. Chase,
Mre. Huh]* ilewitt, Mrs. A. R. Tabor,
Mrs. S. D. llmke.
Swedish, Los Angelos—Rsv. A. W.
Backltiud, Peter Stove, Carl Walberg.
('emisii, Los Angeles—Rev. Wm.
Appel and wife.
Memorial church, Los Angelee—Rev.
\ VV Rider, V. E. Narmer, Joseph
Barnes, Mrs. H. A. Baldwin, Mrs, A.i
Monrovia-Rev. A. P. Brown, pastor j
Deacon H D. Fowler, Beacon W. C.
Badoau, G. H. Morton, Miss Birdia
E int Los Angeles—Rev. G. E. Dye,
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pierce, Mrs. Furgu-
Bon, A. 8. Brainard, Mrs. C. W.Gregory,
The Palme—Rev. H. S. Baker and
wife, Mrs. 8. H. Case, Mrs. Joseph Cur
South Pasadena— Key. 8. K. D.Xter,
Miss Ida Mitchell, H. L. Moody.
Pomona—Rev. E. R. Beonett, pastor,
and wile, E. H. Hutchinson aud wile,
VV. P. Gould and wile, B. E. Street,
Deacon R. S. Arnetie and Mrs. Calu
Rivera—Rev. H. M. Bell, John
Tweedy, E. W. Rider.
Alhambra—A. L. Selig, A. 8. Black
Downey—J. J. Tweedy, W. H. Pen
dleton, ThomaßStout, Rev. J. D. Greene,
Pasadena-Rev. C. E. Harris, pastor,
and wife. Milford Fish, G. W. 8. Porter,
C, A. Whitmalsb, George Taylor.
The report ol the committee on en
rollment was received and the commit
The committee on nominations re
ported the following list for the ensuing
year, aud they were duly elected:
Moderator—Rev. C. E. Harris of Pas
Clerk-Rev. William Appel of Las
Treasurer—W.C. Badeauof Monrovia.
Auditor—D. W. Lewis.
Executive committee — Rev. A. B.
Tomlinson, Thomas Lovell, Rev. A. W.
Rider, Calvin Esterly, Rsv. H. M. Bell.
The readiug of church letters came
next, as follows:
El Monte reported a membership of
36; raised for home expenses, $266.50.
Downey—Number ol members. 117]
raised for various purposes, $673.36.
Compton—Membership, 36; money
raised, 1188 50.
Chino —Membership, 41; raised lor
various purposes, $609.45.
Azusa—Membership, 58; money
First Swedieu ol Los Angeles—Mem
bership, 81; money raised, $1991.06.
German Baptist of Los Angeles—
Membership, 1)6; money raised,
First Baptist church, Los Angeles,
organized 1874 —Present pastor, Bey.
Daniel Bead, L. L. D.; membership,
-155; home expenses, $3737.88: for be
nevolence, $2223.11; lor* missions,
Memorial, Los Angeles—Rev. A. W.
Rider, pastor: memberahip, 169; home
expenses, $1393.40; benevolence,
$497 69; total, including Sunday school
and young people, $2303 38.
Monrovia—Rev. A. P. Brown, paßtor;
membership, 139; home expenses,
$11!14.10,- benevolence, $115 41; home
misßion, $40 00; foreign do., $25.00;
total raised, $1676 68.
Pasadena —Rev. C. E. Harris, paa or;
membership, 182; home expenses,
$1418.80; benevolence aud missions,
$530.65; total raised, including Sunday
Bctiool and young people, $2122.14.
Eaßt Los Angelea—Rev. ti. E. Dye,
pastor; membership, 173; total money
rais d, $1123 72.
Suuth Pasadena—S. K. Dexter, pas
tor; membership, 34; total money
Pomona— Key. E. R.Bennett, pastor;
membership, 347; home expensea,
$2156.34; benevolence and missions,
$920.90; total raised, including Sunday
school and vomit; people, $3289 68.
Tho Palms—Rev. H. 8. Baker. Mem
bership, 41; total money raised, $195 01.
Rivera — Rev. H. M. Bell, pastor.
Membership, 106; home expenses,
$731.90r total benevolence, $268.53;
total benevolence, $288.53; total raised,
including Sunday school aud young
This liniehed tha reading of tha
At 3:30 wan given an interesting ad
dreßS by President P. W. Dorsey of tha
Southern California college, on Our Col
lege, followed by Dr. Read and Rev.
Mr. Bennett, on the same subject.
The session adjourned for a carriage
iXv.it along the foot hills.
Edward P. Hopkins, Rep.
Facta for the Traveling P«bllo,
Emigrants, commercial men, tourists, mari
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health nnder condition! unfavorable to it, may
be gleaned with profit from the oft published
testimony ot such persons relating to th* pro
tective and remedial qualities of Hostettor's
Siomach Bitters, a very valuable r*medy to
those who traverse "the briny deep," or are
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tho Bitters counteracts unnealthful gorms la
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Rheumatism, kidney and liver complaint,
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