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Hl'lrlVl, NOTICKB.
OSDEA & BARK,
103 S. Broadway.
Want Bargains
In Keal Estate
Of Any Kind,
City and Count}-.
ALSO,
Want Money
To Loan
On Good
Real Estate Security.
ODEA A BARK,
1q.5 tf 103 S. Broadway.
otTce-tiiv: los angkles city water
eomnanv will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between
6 und Bo'clock a. m. and (I and 8 o'clock p. m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a tine of 82 will be
charged before the water will be turned on
•gain. 8 1 j "
T _ ~HE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
Loan and Trust company are inclosed in a
flre-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. 8 1 tf
IajTBSHIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
31 monthly medicine tor immediate relief for
painful and "irregular menses-from whatever
cause For sale by FREEMAN & CARPER, 102
North Spring st. Price, if'J per box. 5» ly
MRS FQRBTER HUBES, 310 S. SPRING ST.,
invites the public to her tine millinery
opening on Tuesday and Wednesday to inspect
the trimmed imported bonnets and hats. No
cards. -t
BIG ~TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; all kinds of painting and repair
ing. 128 San Pedro st., between First and
Becond sts., Los Angeles. 71> tf
R. THRELKKLD lIAS REMOVED HIS
JrJm general brokerage, notary public and
real estate office to 115 S. Broadway. 10 5 lilt
on
1 barnes & barnes,
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
T~ o'SELL YOUR BUSINESS OK PROPERTY
promptly for cash go to B. WHITE, 221
W. First_sL_ , :. 7 i ot _
0 YOU WANT TO RENT YOUR HOUSE ?
Leave your key with HILL A CO., 123 W.
Second st. mil
F. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER, OFFICE,
. 112 Center place 115 tf
ItUBINKSS OPPORTUNITIES.
£125—Fruit store. $ 175—Restenrant.
17.';— Cigar store. 55*)— Grocery.
800—Produce store. 750—Restaurant.
150— Candy store. 2000—Grocery.
BOO—Restaurant. BOO—Lunch parlor.
150—Partner to nssistj 2000—Coal jard.
in restaurant. | 1000—Candy store.
Apply to B. WHITE, 221 W. First st. 10-7-7t
I~ X)R~ SALOON AT
Santa Monica: doing it good business;
stock and bar-fixtures ior sale; will rent the
building at reasonable rate. Address or apply
in person lo M. W. STEELE, Santa Monica.
10-7 4t
HALF CASI! - — (i-ROOM HOUSE,
HI hard finish, hot and cold water;
gas,,baths, sewers, cement walks, lawn, barn!
all modern conveniences. This is a splendid
piece oi property, on Sixteenth st. HENRY
J STANLEY, 242 S. Broadway, next City Hall.
10-10 ti
JMHIA- 2 ACRES AND GOOD HOUSE,
7»."JU barn, 2 chicken houses, 40 stand oi
bees; this is just outside city limits and near
ear, and is a great bargain ; cash or easy terms.
HENRY J. STANLEY, 212 S. Broadway, next
City Hall. 10-10 tf
A -|TTr^G001) OPE NIXG -PARTNEIt WA XT-
ed to attend cash counter and assist
in dining room in small but well-paying res
taurant; owner is good cook and wants steady
man interested, instead of hired help, Apply
nt 221 W. First st. 10-10 St
rpHE LOS ANtiEI.ES UIRECTORY - OFFirF.
X keeps a complete list of all business for
sale or exchange. I'arties desiring to either
buy or sell will consult their best interests by
applying at office, 103 South Broadway. X 9
f/OR SALE—S6SO —CIGAR, CANDY AND
stationery store; average $15 per day;
cheap rent; living rooms furnished: Party
going east; investigate this bargain. J. WALSH
& CO., 30H';, 8. Bpriiig st. 10-10 tf
dbT— Kp- E X THA til X > IILOCATIOX OX PR IN
eir I lO Oipal street; w ill exchange for lot and
pay difference; actually selling regardless of
cost in order lo make sale apply to-ilav. B.
WHITE, 221 W. First. 10-10 6t
TTvOR SALE—$3OO— HALF I NTE REST
X wholesale and retail fruit store; average
$20 per day; will learn you the business, as he
prefers partner to hired help, J. WALSH A:
CO., S. spring st. 10-10 tf
IyOR'SA LE I 'HEAP-ON E- lIA LF IX TEH EST
X in a good-paying dairy; the other hall can
M rented. Address P. o.'box 708, Los Ange
les o-io lm
Of <yi\-FRVIT STORE DOING A BUSINESS
tfOZfjy) of over iSlo daily; trial. 11. WHITE,
221 W. First street. " 10-115t
(" ■ToGD PAYING DAIRY BUSINESS, CLOSE
JT to city, clearing ¥100 a month. BTHEETER
A SIIAKPLESS. HQS. Ilroadwav. 10-1 tf
MDNKV TO LOAN.
Y~
(INCORPORATED).
Loans money in any amounts on all
kinds ol collateral security, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron aud
steel safes, und professional libra
ries, without removal! and on fur
niture in lodging, boarding bouses
ami hotels, without removal. Par
tial payments received. Money
quick. Business confidential. Pri
vate Office for ladies,
W. E. DEGBOOT, Manager.
8-29 ly Rooms 2, Si &4,H4 8, Spring st.
1~71 IX A X CIkC- -<' Al' IT AI.! STS MAVI[IS A It O F
a few good loans, £1500 to StSB.OOO, gilt
edged city security: borrower will puv fair in
terest. G. A. DOBiNSON, 1 llrvson block.
10 10 lit
EIONEY T()" LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEC
IYI ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of persona]
and collateral security, LEE itkos.,
U-lS ly 40J s. Spring st.
IF ypO WISH TO _ LOAN OR BORROW
1 money, call on J. & J. C. FLOI'RNOY, Real
Estate and Financial Agents, V.tti Broadway.
All business strictly confidential 10-1 tf
(j*7Kft—DEIvICACY - STORE." OOOD COR
flpi'l'l tier, cloing good business: good
chance for increase. lIENRY J. sTANLEV,
242 Broadway, next City Hall. 10-10 tl
isftlsTir''-'-^ 11 - PIRST-CiTaSS CABH~GRO
-<U)OUU cerv, doing good business; low rem;
this is a sum';.. Ili.NitY .1. BTAKLEY, 242 s.
Broadway, next City Hall, 10-10 tf
I Aft LODGING ilOt.'SE, 0 ROOMS, - ALL
SNHRr irood furniture: house full: low rent.
HENRY J. STANLEY, 242 S. Broadway, next
City Hal!. 10-10 If
$400 _ con,,e^^
HENRY.). STANLEY, 242 B. Broadway, next
City Hull. oi-lO tf
rp'l LOAN—WE HAVE 1f303 AND WHOO TO
I loan ou good real estate security. FLoi'lt-
M>V, 1-8 Broadway. 10-1 tf
a ll* I'm ,' i m
A USTHACT AND I'ITI.E INtUR ANllit I.'OM
-1V pany of Ixm Augeie ■; i.ortin. est corner of
Franklin and Nee. I.i: ii sis. in yff
PATIO r*. « "I'VKKiH I-, X l <:.
HAZARD .v. TOWNSEN'i,, ROOM 0 S'EY
block, tel. a 17, Loo Angeles. 11-22 li
Htt.P WANTItn-IU ' I.K.
\\'~ASrKD— ALL NEEDING HELP FREE
Vl employment or any Information, address
E. NlrflNGJtE'fl BUREAU, established I*Bo.
office. 81VW 8. Spring st.; residence. 451 S.
Hope st., corner Filth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 1,3. 8-10 tf
P" ETTY, HUMMEL A CO., EMPLOYMENT
agents, 131-i:<3 W. First st. Telephone 500.
Under the I-os Angeles National hank. Help
of all kinds csrefully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-tt tf
7mt\~ANP _ COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA
\j bor Bureau,'.4o New High st. Telephone
1158; for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, Manager.
11-22 lm.
HRI.P WANXtU-FEMSLI.
\jlf~\ NTE iC LA DYTkTpLAY PI A NO'TO 00
" to the country: salary satisfactory. Call
Tuesday or Wednesday between the hours of
10 and 12. 31(>i s a spring St., room 21.
10-;() it
TVANTED-GOOD HELP FOR HOTELS AND
\\ families at the Woman's Exchange and
Employment Office, 45 S. Raymond avenue,
opposite postofttee, I'asndenH. 0-18 tf
WANT*I)-«I1 V «T10N«.
TV^ANTEH—BY* EXPERIENCED, PRACTI
?? cal man, engagement as superintendent
of irrigation system or irrigated ranch; accus
tomed to handle large plant; references. P.O.
Box 13:13, Fresno, Cal. 10-9 3t
W»KTK|)-AO*NT«.
\ GENTS A DAY—GREATEST
kitchen utensil ever Invented. Retails for
3, r » cents; 2to 6 sold In every house. Sample,
postage paid, 5 cents. FORSHEE & Mi.M.V
XIN, Cincinnati, 0. 9-27-sun-wcd-lit
TIT ANTED - — CANVASSERS FOR NEWS
t? paper. Apply at Chronicle oftleo, room
14, old Wilson hloVk. 10-11 tf
WANTKD—MIBCKL.L,ANKOt7S.
LOT WEST' OR
Vt soutli front, between Twenty-second and
Twenty-seventh, Grand avenue and Hoover
street; must be reasonable in price; state sine
of lot, give location and price. Address
BUYER, box 20, Herald. 8-11 tf
o - ney"w^nted^f - you HAVE MONEY
laying idle, notify us and we will get you
good interest and good security for it —free of
charge to you. J. & 3. C. FLOURXOY', Real
Estate aiid'Finaiieial Agents, 128 Broadway.
10-11 at
WANTED— A PARTNER WITH - *5OOO TO
invest in a paying project, in which there
are no eha.ices of loss and profits large. Party
desiring' to d al must furnish evidence of good
character. Address D., Herald office. 0-23 tf
TXrANTEb—MSB., ESSAYS; "SERMONS OR
M other documents to copy by hand or by
typewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD room 8,
242;5 S. Broadw ay. 10-1 tf
TIT A NTE D~F U RNISHED COTTAGE OF
11 live or six rooms for a year. Write, stat
ing particulars, to G. A. DOBINSON, 1 lirvson
block. 10 10 St
WITH $2500 TO PUR~
▼ 1 cliase half interest in a desiralile inven
tion; fortune iv it. Address E., Herald office.
9-23 tf
8 PER CENT
11 net. Security eight times amount wanted.
Address P. R. ; bo*x (10, Herald office. 10-11 2t
H T ANTED—PROPERTY LISTED WITH US;
T> we have customer*. HORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN & CO., 244 S. Broadway, 9-12 tf
TT T ANTED—WE HAVE CUSTOMERS FOR
TT installment houses. HORSEY, CHAM
BEKI.IN A- CO.. 244 S. Broadway. 0-12 tf
and^foitnd.
ITiOUND— CAME TO MY PLACE OCT. Bth, A
black Holstein cow. Owner call and pay
expenses. 880 N. Pearl st. 10-10 5t
Iji AGAIN—SAM~ THE CHAMPION
? horse-clii>per, at the old stand, North
Broadway. 10 10 lm
PIKIOMAL.
FRESH ROASTED ON
our giant coffee roaster, Java and Mocha,
35e lb; mountain coffee, 35e; germea, 2oc;
rolled rye, luc; 4 lbs rice, 25c; 0 lbs rolled
wheat, 25e: 8 lbs corn meal, 15c; 15 lbs gran
ulated stigsr, Bl; lOlbs beans, 25e; can toma
toes or corn, 10c; 3 cans corned beef, 25c; can
baked beans, loc; box maccaroni, 55c; oytract
beef, 25c; 4 bars Dinmore's soap, '-sc; enn
coal oil, 80c; 3 lbs lard, 30c; pork, 14Wc; ba
con, lti'ic; picnic hams, 12' 2 c. ECONOMIC
STORES, 305 S. Spring st. 7-1 tf
PERSONAL- RALPH BROS. — GOLD BAR
flour, $1.00: city flour, 80c; granulated
Eugar, 15 lbs $1; brown sugar, 20 lbs $1; 0 lbs
rolled oats, 25c; sardines, 5 boxes, 25c; table
Irult, Beans SOc: Midland coffee, 25c lb; east
ern oil, SOc; gasoline, HOc; 2-lb can corned
beef, 15c; bird, 10 lbs, 05c; 5 lbs, 50e. 001
South Spring street, corner Sixth.
MARRIE D~~LADIE S' SAFEGUARD; l'AT
ented; no medicine; no equal; money re
funded if not satisfactory. Send 10 cent's to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City, Mo.
&-20 tim
Blllll: 4TIONAL.
rpHE WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE HAS
X removed to the upper floor of the Stowell
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
passengei elevator running direct to the
school rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec
essary. The public is cordially invited to call
and inspect the college in its new location.
Both day and evening schools in session the
entire summer. Catalogue and College Jour
nal free. G. A. Hough, Presrdent; N. G. Felker,
Vice-President; J W Hood, Hec'y. 5-4 ly
OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated;, 144 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast Thorough and practical
courses In the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty oi
instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at office, or write for elegant
catalogue. E. F. SHRADER, President; F. W.
KEI.SEY, Vice-President; L L. IXSKEEP, Sec
retary. 9-10-1 y
TJARK ER SCTtOoY - OF eTOCI"TiON _ AND
.1 Dramatic Expression. 455 S. Broadway.
C. C. Parker (laic instructor iv the four col
leges ot Lexington, Mo. , director. Instruction
of private pupils will begin Monday, October
10th; class pupils, Friday, October 20th. Call
or write for announcement circular. 10-8 14t
CHOOL FOR BOYS AND YOL'.N'G MEN,
how in session. Bryson block (top floor),
Second and Spring sts. Rooms light and cheer
ful; ventilation perfect. Thorough instruct
ion in all the common English branches,
special attention to arithmetic, higher mathe
matics and classics. A. B. BROWN, A. M.,
(Yale). 20 Potomac block. 9-3 lm
VJCHOOL OF PHYSICAL TRAINING, STOW
~ ell block, 220 S. Spring st. Open Oct. 10.
Department id Elocution and Dramatic Ex
pression. For further particulars address
MISS NAOMA ALFREY. 9-30 3m
rpHE i.uriLAM reopen
1. Oct. loth. Applications received at room
75 Po oniac Block on Mondays and Tuesdays
from 2 too: residence, 33!) Edgeware road.
10-7 lm
/"i ASA DE ROSAS, FROEBEL INSTITUTE,
Adams, cor. Hoover st., will open all its
departments Tuesday, Oct. 24. For further
particulars apply to MRS. CAROLYN M. N.
ALDEN, SOU ft. Adams st. 9-27 If
ASTBU HY 8H f) RTIIA XD, TyTeWR IT IXG
end Business Institute. Take elevator by
p. ople's store, Phillips' block; Bend for cata
logue, 10-12 12m
OIIORTH A XD AND TYI 7 EWR~ITI Mi — BEST
O advantages. LONG LEY INSTITUTE, soring
and First st.-. if
EXCURSIONS.
S&ifWtlg!Bl ( ,Mi DAK SAVED BY TAKING
f '-''Vf^Vf^w \ Santa Ec excursions to Kan
e» ! gas City, St. Louis, Chicago, New
York and Boston. Leave Los Angeles every
j Wednesday: personalty conducted through to
! Chicago and Bostoni nimily tourist sleepers to
1 Kansas City and Chicago daily. Low rates aud
quickest time. Otricc, 12!) .V. spring st. 7-1 m
i;. HILLIPS' 12A T BOUND EXCURSIONS—
1 Personally conducted, via Denver and Kio
Grande and Rock Island Routes: leaves Los
Angeles every Tuesday and Friday, Ctosssing
tlie Sierra Nevada* and passing the entire
scenery on the Rio Grande By daylight. Office
133 s. Soring st. 7-1 tf
I I'DSO.N' - CO.'B EAST
fl every Monday, via Kio Grande route;
through tourist sleepers to Chicago and Ros-
I ton, personally managed. OfHcc, 212 s. spring
{ street I.'is Angejes.
l>S*Tlsrs.
lß^2^EstaldfsTied—lliST '
DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First st reels, Wilson hi ok; take c evalor.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pulp. Loom 1. m 4 If
DR. S. TOLII URST. - DENTIST, I(7' \f N.
spring street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless
extraction. 0 20tf
I.""RANK TEVENS, i 4 1 7soC"TH SI'RINQ ST.
I i'pert Sunday nd eveulitg by electric 1 fght.
CON itAD BGHKiiER, GRANITE, BITUMIN
OUS aud asphalt paving; 227 W. First at.
LOS ANGELES HERALD* WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 11. 1093.
FOR BACK—CITY PROPERTY.
j JpOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
BY JOHN H. COKE,
4 Bryson Block,
Property on the following streets:
First,
Second,
Third,
Fourth,
Fifth,
Sixth,
Seventh,
Eighth,
Ninth,
Tenth,
Eleventh,
Twelfth,
Pico,
Fourteenth,
Fifteenth,
Sixteenth,
Eighteenth,
Washington,
Twenty-first,
Twenty-third,
Twenty-fourth,
Adams,
Twenty-seventh,
Twenty-eighth,
Thirtieth,
Thirty-third,
Jefferson,
Thirty-eighth,
Alameda,
Alpine,
Albany,
Alvarado,
Aliso,
Arlington,
Anderson,
Alta,
Ann,
Arnold,
Angelina,
Atlantic,
Banning,
Beacon,
Bcaudry,
Blame,
Bellcvue,
Belmont,
Bloom,
Bonnie Brae,
Bonsallo,
Boston,
Boston Heights,
Broadway,
Brooklyn,
Buena Vista,
Burlington,
Byron,
Calumet,
Castelar,
Central,
Chestnut,
Clanton,
Clay,
Commercial,
Cornwell,
Court,
Cleveland,
Crescent,
Court Circle,
Denver,
Doblnson,
Downey,
Ducommon,
Edgeware,
Emerald,
Figueros,
Fickett,
Flower,
Franklin,
Freeman,
Fremont,
Georgia Bell,
Grand Avenue,
Girard,
Griffin,
Hill,
Hoover,
Hope,
Howard,
lowa,
Kent,
Key West,
Kuhrts,
Lake Shore,
Loma Drive,
Los Angeles,
Lucas Avenue,
Macy,
Magnolia,
Main,
Maple Avenue,
Mateo,
Michigan Avenue,
Mission,
Myrtle Avenue,
Newell,
New High,
New Jersey,
Newhall,
Olive,
Orange,
Park Grove,
Park View,
Pasadena Avenue,
Pearl,
Providence,
Rich,
Rockwood,
Rosas,
Sand,
San Pedro,
Santa Fe,
Santee,
Severance,
Short,
Soto,
Spring,
Stephenson,
Sunset,
Temple,
Trinity,
Toluea,
Union Avenue,
Vallejo,
Vernon,
Wabash,
Wall,
Western Avenue,
Wilmington,
Winfield,
Workman,
Yale,
In California Towns:
Alameda,
Alhambra,
Anaheim,
Azusa,
Berkeley,
Burbank,
Colton,
Calabasas,
Compton,
Cucamonga,
Claremont,
Cahuenga,
Chlno,
Downey,
Duartc,
Del Mar,
Elsinorc,
El Monte,
Etiwanda,
Escondido,
Eagle Rock,
Fullerton,
Fresno,
FallLrook,
Glendora,
Gardens,
Garvanza,
Hesperia,
Long Beach,
Los Angeles,
Lordsburg,
La Canada,
La Crescenta,
Lankcrshim,
Lancaster,
Monrovia,
Monterey,
Murietta,
Newell,
Oakland,
Occnnsidc,
Ontario,
Orange,
Pasadena,
Terris,
Pomona,
Pacoima,
Plxlcy,
Palms,
Palmdalc,
Redlands,
Redondo,
Riverside,
Rincon,
San Bernardino,
San Fernando,
San Diego,
San Francisco,
San Jacinto,
San Luis Ob'spo,
San Pedro,
Santa Ana,
Santa Monica,
South Riverside,
Tulare,
Tror-ico,
Tu6tln,
Tchunga,
Ventura,
Vcrdugo,
Vernon,
Visalia,
Westminster,
Winchester,
Whlttier,
Workman,
Property in States:
Arizona,
Colorado,
Illinois,
Indiana,
Kansas,
Michigan,
Minneapolis,
Missouri,
Nebraska,
N»w hers,
FOR ajIt.IE—CITY P
■yy T IQMORK & O'BRIEN,
231 West First street.
We have Customers to Rent Houses.
Cheap Lots on W. Pico st.
on the Installment Plan.
Money to loan. 0-20 tf
OR SALE-$l7OO-LOT IN BONNIE BRAE
tract; clean side of street.
$8500—Fine corner on Grand aye., 101x211,
comprising three large lots.
$2500—Corner lot on Eighteenth st., 105 x
175.
$3000— Lot 50x150 on Los Angeles st.
$2500— Lot on Upper Main si.; rents for $25
per month.
$7500— Lot 105x150 cm Main st, with three
two-story houses, which are always rentod.
$000— Lot «0x 150 on Pearl St., between Sec
ond and Third sts.
$000— Lot 50x150 on Santee st.
ERNEST G. TAYLOR,
10-7 7t '214 N. Spring st_
FOR SALE—BUSINESS BLOCK - ON~MAIN
street, close in, very cheap.
A very line corner on Main; a bargain.
33x84 on E. Fifth street; just the place to
build flats or rooming bouse; a snap.
Lot 45x150 on Main, near Sixth, at $100 a
front foot.
3 lots in the Williamson tract, on Winfield
and W. Eleventh; make offer.
10-11 2t G. C. EDWARDS, 230 W. First.
fVJffl SALE—BARGaInI!
$500—Flno lot on Thirty-second St., near
Hoover.
$075—Fine lot on Twenty-fifth St., near Main.
$700 —Fine lot on Eleventh, near Pearl.
f lOOO—Fine lot on Ingraham st. Bargain.
1100—Fine lot on ingraham St.
SIBOO— Fine lot on West seventh st.
2000—Fine lot on Hope St., close in.
CRAWFORD & LOCKHART,
10-1 tf 205 8. Broadway.
FOR~SALE —AT BOYLE HEIGHTS, A NEW\
modern house of 5 rooms, on First street;
$2700.
Lot 50x135 an First street, one block from
the power house; $.50—worth $.000.
New house of 5 rooms, close to the cable
cars; onlysi2oo. See
F. A. HUTCHINSON,
10-3 tf 213 W. First st.
t^or'sale
good investment.
A particularly nice residence and business
comer on South Main street—lCsXl4B feet: 3
2-story residences, always rented. Price $0100.
J. S. VAN DOREN,
9- 20 tf 101 S. Broadway.
FORSAI.E— BAR"g.UNS.
$1100—527 Gladys aye., 5 rooms; rents
for 13 per cent interest.
$1500—225 N, Griffin aye., 5 rooms; easy
terms.
$3000-9-room house, Thirtieth st.
E. S. FIELD,
10- 8 tf 139 So. Broadway.
fifcTTKA-AN ELEGANT""IO-ROOM HOUSE
W i • Ol* southwest,close to cable line; loca
tion one of tho best in the city; houso com
plete in every particular; cold storage room
and cellar; large lot, tine lawn, choice shrub
bery—a decided bargain.
BARNES & BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
I^OITsALE— CHANCE FOR A POOH MAN
to secure a nice horne —5-room, modern
built cottage, on graded street, only half block
from electric cars; $1100—$3O0down balance
$15 a month. FLOURNOY, 128 Broadway.
10-H3t
I Tor sale — choice spring-stk iet
. property, improved, close in; renting ior
big interest on price asked. A bargain.
BARNES & BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. second st.
IT ORS A LE—E AST LOS ANGELES, S. WOR X
' man St., 8-room bouse; large lot; only
$1700; terms, $150 cash, balance $20 monthly.
TAYLOR £ RICHARDS, 102 Broadway.
________ 10-1 tf
OR SALE—FIFTY FOtlfToT ON BUENA
Vista street, close to court house; admira
bly located for an apartment house. G. A.
DOBINSON, 1 Bryson block. 10 10 St
I7IOR SALE —-CALL~AT~THE NEW OItTcE
' of CRAWFORD 4 LOCKHART for special
bargains in real estate, 205 S. Broadway.
10-1 tf
I Tor sale-2-story~ "TT-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
TT>OR*S A 2 5-ROOM COT
IV tages on Forrester avenue, near elcctrie
car line; monthly payments. BARNES &
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
Ip OR" BALE—SNAP-LOT. 50x104 ON~THiR
' tieth street, between Grand avenue Slid
Main street. CRAWFORD & LOCKHART, 205
S. Broadway. 10-0 7t
f> I"jAA—FOR SALE—NEW 5 ROOM HOUSE
SplxUU on Victoria street; monthly pay
ments $15. ALLISON BARLOW, 22t West
Second st. 7-21 tf
F~ drTsALE BY OWNER—MODERN 0-ROOM
house on University electric car line: ele
gant home at a bargain: witn or without lur
niture. Inquire at rooms 4 and 1, new Wilson
block. 9-24 tf
OR~SALE-e0 WELL LOCATED LOTS (>N
installment plan. K. P. CULLEN .v CO.,
237 West First st. 10-1 tf
I^OR" SALE—LIST - YOUR PROPERTY - FOR
1 sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN & CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First St.
iO-1 tf
B~ EAUTIFUL HOUSE—I 2 ROOMS, ON JEF
terson street, near Figueroa. CRAWFORD
& LOCKHART, 205 South Broadway. 10-1-tf
CHEAP LOTS AT ALL PRICES IN ANY
part of the city. HENRY J. STANLEY', 242
S. Broadway, next City Hall. 10-10 tf
EE MEAGHER~.OaY FOR BARGAINS IN
real estate. 101 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
■ ■ 10-1 tf
POX. EXCHAMiC.
FOR - " \ lIOTEL
building on one of the business streets of
the city, consisting of 08 rooms, on lot 50x150;
building cost $£3,000 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 830,000. In order to clo«e up
an estate this properly will be exchanged on a
basis of $12,000, one-half cash and balance
anvgood clear property worth the money.
NOLAN & SMITH,
10-4 tf '. 28 W. Second st.
YJIOR EXCHANGE —A VERY - D ESIR AB LE
JT and highly productive fruit and nut farm
of 70.acres, in the beautiful Ojai valley, near
Nordhoff, Ventura county, for gooil unincum
bered residence property in this city; cash
value, 82i,000. Apyly early to
J. S. VAN DOREN,
9- Btf 101 S. Broadway.
gIOUX CITY, lOWA. ~~
EXCHANGE WANTED.
A 85000 or 8(1000 residence in Sioux City for
good property in this city.
J. S. VAN DOREN,
10- 1 tf 304 W. First st
JJOR EXCHANGE — HANDSOME YOUNG
Jl lemon and orange orchard of CO acres,
with good builalngs, near Redlands, for city
property-or business equity: $4000.
J. S. VAN DOREN,
10-t tf 301 W. First st.
pw~Y»rei Ati
DR. STEPHENS—MAGNETIC HEALER AND
Medical Electrician, for tbe cure of all
rfiseoses. Office hours 9 till 5; correspondence
by mail. 230J- 3 S. Spring street, Los Angeles,
Cal. 10-8 fmo
\ J KS." EliTjT H. SMITH, SPEt.TAI/l'Y.liTilT
iVI wlferv. Ladies cored for during eonlinc
ment at 7i7 liellevuc avenue. Calls promptly
attended 10. Telephone 119. tf-2tf
Ij> BLAKESLEE, Id.' D., EYE AND EAR,
2j» late of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary
and Chicago Opthalmie College. Office, 242J 2 '
S. Broadway. 9-.if
MRS. DR.'WELLR—OFFICE IN UEbTbrIOK
block, 127 E. Third st. Specialty diseases
oi women.
MaStott/M*.
MISS KATE
and business medium, will remain a few
days only. Circles Tuesday, Friday and Sun
day evenings, sittings daily. .'124 S. Broad
way. • 10-117t
CL AIR VO V ANT AND LIFE-READ ING~M E
dium; consultations on business, remov
als, marriage, disease, lawsuits, love, mineral
locations, etc,; 452 s. Main st. MRS. PARKER.
8-30 tf
RS. D. A. KiMBALL, BUSINESS, TEST
and trance medium, southwest corner
Twenty-third street and Oraml aye. MM lm
Arttlrl tl I'fcCrir '
B~~URGESS J. REEVE, A4?<3mTEOT,"E'BTAß
lished for the last 10 years in Los Angeles,
l'.ooins 7 and 8 second Hour, Workman block,
Spring st., between Second and Third. l-»0>ly
CI 11. BROWN," ARCHITECT,"I 32 S. BROAD
>% way, between First and Second. 8-7 tf
ii vlcit^_A - ST,~p iNi* h X tit
W ETP.OPOLITAN"STE AMD YE W( IKK«7 241
IVA Franklin st. ; line dyeing and cleaning.
1-13 tf
IjTRtSIAN DYE WOKKS,27a'SOUi'H MAI N
street; betit dyeing in the city. 1-lj it
FOB SAI.K-COUNTRY PROPERTY
ADAMS, ROUSE 2
'207 West Second St.
Tho largest and best business block In the
chief city in a live central state, will exchange
for Los Angeles county ranch.
50x150 feet on Caro'ndelet street, west side,
betwon Seventh and Eighth; $BAO.
OOxlSu feet, W. Seventh street, elegant mod
ern 8-room house: $0500.
56x112 feet, W. Twenty-eighth street, fine
modern H-room cottage; $.:600.
54x150 feet, 8. side E. Sixteenth street, nice
C-room oottage; $2000. 10-10 tf
OR^ALE-^250,000; ORANGE ORCH
ards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruit
orchards, ollvo orchards, dairy or farm
ranches, flno city residences, hotels, lodging
houses, groceiy stores, hardware business,
fruit stands, cigar stands, meat markets, sa
loons, bakeries, restaurants, and all kinds of
mercantile business; prices from $100 to
¥250,000; we neither advertise nor try to sell
anything that will not stand tho strictest In
vestigation. NOLAN .v. SMITH, 228 W. Sec
ond 10-1 tf
| U IA—FOR SALE, HOMESTEAD llKLlN
fir'Hflf qutshment of lii;i acres, within W
mile of station on Southern Pacific railroad, in
this county; about (10 acres under cultivation;
land all cleared and first-class small house and
other improvements; price ¥000' will ex
change for property lv the city.
NOLAN <v. SMITH,
10-4 tt 228 W. Second st.
OR SALE—A FEW VERY CHOICE GOV
ernment and school land locations for
sale cheap; or would take part pay in other
property.
A few choice lots on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth sts., west of Figueroa; #.110(1 to #000.
J. K. MULKEY,
8-22 tf 1140 W. Eighteenth or 218 W. First st.
IP OrTaLE-270 - ACRES~IO MILES FK»M
city; 80 acres in bearing fruit, SO 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 3to 5
years, at SJ, per sent. J. S. VAN DOREN,
_9-,2 tf 101 8. Broadway
For" sale—l7o acres fine orange,
vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vach'e winery .at Urookside, Dear Kedlsnds;
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. GOLSH,
147 S. Broadway. 8-30 ti
IWR SALE OR EXCHANGE — SO ACRES~IN
Azusa, 'whole or part. Old Azusa water
right, partly set out in trees, with houses on
each 40 seres, clear of incumbrances: will
trade for city property. JOHN L. PAVKO
VICH, 208 West First. 10 11 3t
SALE—20 _ ACRES NEAR CAHUENGA
V Pass, withstood water right, $75 per acre;
bargain. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broad
way. 10-1 tf
IpOR SALE—A NO. I ALFALFA LAND WITH
' water, only $100 per acre; near city. TAY
LOR i-RICHARDS, io2 Broadway. 10-1 tf
tpOR~SALE—LIST - YOUR PROPERTY FOR
1 sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN & CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First St.
9-10 tf
•f/OITSALE—S ACRES CHOICE LAND NEAR
JT the city. J. a VAN DOREN,
10-4 tf 304 W. Fir.<t st.
FOR SALE-HIBCKLHNKOU*.
' mining, city and country property.
Particular attention paid to patents of all
kinds. Choice property in Azusa valley. Cor
rcspondeace solicited.
W. M. STOVER,
Real Estate and Mining Exchange,
10-1 tf _ 22/ W. First st.
For sale or f:xchange-a good diuv
lng mare; kind and gentle; warranted
sound; price, $75; will take half out In trade
for merchandise; horse is suitable for delivery
wagon. W. 11. OBEAR, 213 W. First. 10-10 Tt
1.-SOUI .-SOU SA LX- -MINI NO JQOTFIT, CHEAP FOB
. 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
I7ior"¥aleTsne - fine s~yearTld~bay
' horse; trained, sinirle or double. Inquire
at 302 _ s. Spring st. ' 10-lO7t
130 R S A LE—V ERY CHEAP, TH OROTJGH
-1 bred registered mastiff pups, at 1017 s.
Main st. 19-1 lm
FOR sale~6l7d — ITES
to suit st this otllce.
FOR
RENT—7-ROOM COTTAGE; BARN;
bath, hot and eoid water: everything com
plete. Inquire at 211 W. Fif h st. 10-1J 2t
FOR RENT—A VERY PLEASANT 8-ROOM
2-story house, near the Temple-street cable
line and only about 8 minutes' walk from the
court house; rent $20 per month
NOLAN * SMITH,
10-4 tf 228 W. Second St.
T7Ok7RENT 9-ROOM H01 ; 3e7320 S. OLIVE
X st.; just been put In first-class condition:
newlY papered, painted, etc. BARNES tt
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
F~"OR RENT — 5-ROOM ED HOUSE, BATH,
pantry, etc.; close to court-house; $20. In
quire at 2'i N. Hill. iO-10 21
FOR RUNT— ROOMS.
RENT—
' bedroom, with gas and use of bathroom:
close in; nice location: suitable foroneortwo
gentlemen; rate $15 for one and $2o for two
persons; references required. AddressO. X. S..
box 30, Herald office. 9- 0 tf
t-lURNISHED ROOMS—NICE~FURNISH ED
rooms to let from $1.50 per month up nt
Calumet Hotel, East Third street, opposite
Omar ay., aud also rooms for housekeeping.
10-10 ltn
with bay windows, single or en suite, three
blocks from court house; rent low; cheap un
furnished rooms.. 525 Sand st. IU-4 lm
rpo"~RENT~ TWO FURN ISHED ROOMS,
L with piano, cheap to gentleman or couple
for housekeeping, in private family. 320 Clay
street, city. 10-lu 3t
ITiOR RENT —ELEGANT SUNNY IioOMSAX[ 1
' board. 11138 GRAND AVENUE. 10-11 31
FOR RKMf— lII'CSLLAMKOUN.
IjToR RENT—2O ACRES CHOICE ALFALFA,
1 C(trn and pumpkin land, suitable for dairy
andjiog raising. FIoURXQY, 128 Broadway.lt
ArillßNEVi.
AYHcTIfuNTBR, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bryson Bonebntke block. Telephone 52:.
Practices in all the courts, stute and federal.
7-> tf
GOODRICH, LAWYER, 121 DEARBORN
• street, Chicago, 111.; 20years' experience;
secrecy; special facilities in several states.
Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states, in
press. 0-4 tf
HUNBAKER & GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
rooms 103 and 104 Phillips block, corner
Spring and Franklin streets. Telephone, 1120.
7-0 tf
jTTdcOCK, ATI ORSEYTItPEI'I AL AT
>• tentiou given to the settlement of estates.
115 West First st. 4-iltf
D"~K~ TRABK, ATTORNEY AT LAWCfUL.
• ton block, zO7 New High street, Los An
geles. 1-10 tf
TM~ POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
m room 3 Allen block, Temple and Spring
streets. 2-21 tf
MU-ICAI.
THE TcaIKmERMBYBR O RA—
First-class mush: furnished ior 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-ly
lOSI OS "ANGELES CONSERVATORYT)F~ MUSIC
j and Arts, open all the veer. MRS. EMILY'
.1. VALENTINE, president. V.M.C.A. building,
Broadwsty and second street. S-14-ly
a—first-class
s music furnished for all occasions. Office
J. B. BROWN'S ML'HIC STORE, 111 N. Spring
street. 10- tf
B~ANJO BY~MISS M. E ASTBURY; 5 AND O
stringed taught. Studio 51 1 lake elevator
by People's Store, Phillips block. 11-12-ly
1 >ROF."B."BE Rti'H ACADEMY OF MUSIC. IN-
X btructions in all branches. 000 S. Spring st.
0-20 tl
STUDIO. ROOM
• A, Crocker buililiug, 212 S. Broadway.
8-2011
VtCTKRINAKY Sl/I.UKON.
R~TO URILLO N~ FI: E SCH VETERINARY'
surgeon—has the me:lul and is a member
of the Society of Universal Science—will take
charge of a! I operations. Colls and other ani
mals gelded. Cure guaranteed of discuses of
the most aggravated nature. Moderate charges.
Office, rieiitous block, room (>, ljon Angeles.
Mme. Tourlllon de Clercq. having received
thu highest certificate from the Aeadeinie de
Paris, und speaking English and German,
gives French lessons in conversation, gram
mar, literature, etc. Sentotls block, rooms 1,
and 8. Telephone No. 1128. 0- 7 wed-snn
CHIIIOFOIin i .
VsriS^t : ]~KTA FFER,' CIITriOPODIST AND
iVA masseuse, tIX W. First St., OOP. N'adeau.
12 24 tf
DEATH IN THE STORM.
PITILESS WORK OF THE GIANT TWINS,
WIND AND WAVE.
«
How Cruel at Times Seems the Ocean—The
Most Populous Cemetery on the Planet.
The Land the Hook Tells or Where
"There Shall Be No More Sea."
And there was no more soa.—Revelation
»xl, L
a strange, mystery the ocean is!
{Sometimes it holds your littlo craft ao
tenderly as a mother holds her child, and
you wonder that tho chargo of caprice
can bo brought against it. At other
times it is like an angry ogro who has a
tyrant's power and uses it like a tyrant.
It is a marvelous sight, a spectaclo of
thrilling magnificence which makes the
Wood tingle, to stand on tho beach at
such a time and watch tho serried col
umns of white capped rollers dash theni
eelves to pieces on tho sands. Thoy re
mind you of Napoleon's army at Water
loo, which had wandered over Europe
with victorious banners, which dreamed
of no force which could resist its prog
ress, but suddenly found itself face to
faco with its master, mid then, with un
controlled madness, throw itself to death
as well as to defeat. The hugo array of
white capped monarclis, thinking them
selves invincible, attack the shore with
ferocious energy and pound themsolves
to spray. The heart beats wildly ns this
great battle between sea and land fills
tho air with thunder, and poet and
painter como from far to witness tho
conflict and describo its glories with pen
and brush.
But how cruel the ocean can be when
it,catehes our craft at a disadvantage!
Wind aud waves in unholy alliance, a
compact of death, niako the world's
cheek blanch with horror as tho work of
destruction goes on. Theso twin giant 3
seem to be moved by a common hatred
of whatever floats, and as though every
vessel was an intruder on their domain
tear it to pieces and doom it to disaster.
The sails aro cut into tatters, their masts
are torn away as though the rigging
were made of pack thread, and the hugo
hull is either sent to the bottom or
thrown high on tho beach in disdain.
The sun in very pity creeps behind tho
veiling clouds for awhile, and when it
shines again, after the waves have sub
sided and the tempest has spent itself,
the coast is strewn with wrecks and
many a bravo sailor lies with upturned
face on tho sands.
That was sad news which flashed over
tho wires one Thursday morning. Ouo
story followed on the heels of another
until disaster seemed to bo multiplied
by itself, and each account was moro
pitiful than tho last. A fisherman out
rode tho galo for awhile and then wont
down with all hands; a sturdy freighter
off Hatteras was dismasted, sprang a
leak and sank, leaving only ono sur
vivsr to tell tho tale; scores of lesser
craft wero torn from their anchorage,
and tho Jersey shore was literally stewn
with wreckage. Other vessels which
had managed to outlive tho hurricano
were towed into harbor, either the cap
tain or part of the crew missing.
Tho book of Revelation tolls us that
in that other country from whoso bourns
no traveler returns "there shall bo no
more sea," and on this Sunday morning
we breathe a sigh of relief over tho
statement. Wo can dispense with its
magnificenco if wo may bo rid of its
dangers. It has devoured millioua of
property and is tho most populous cem
etery on tho planet. When the sea gives
up its dead, a countless multitude of tho
lost will reappear.
But wo are specially impressed with
the lesson which the great storm empha
sizes—namely, tho uncertainty of life.
On the ocean tho unexpected happens
more frequently than elsewhere. At one
moment a cloudless sky and a musical
ripple along tho vessel's side. The long
roll lifts tho craft, which lazily yields to
the rhythmic motion of the waters. But
danger is in ambush, and after a littlo
the puff of wind grows stronger, the lour;
roll is plumed with a white crest, tho
tempest sounds its trumpet, a.ud tho rig
ging, like the strings of an tcolian harp,
emits a mournful note like that of a
dirge. In another half hour tho whole
artillery of nature is at work, tho moan
ing vessel is thrown on her beam ends
and creaks and groans as though crying
for mercy. In another hour there is
nothing visible except some struggling
sailor clinging to a spar.
However, death lino many ways of
achieving its purpose. Not 0:1 tho sea
alone, but on the land, it does ita daily
stint, and it behooves us to remember
that sooner or later it will have some
thing to say to v.s. "All men may die,
but I shall live," is tho dream of heed
lessness. "All men must die, and
therefore I," is tho fact thai is to be
recognized and prepared for.
But we can become indifferent oven to
this "last enemy." It is not tko gliun
indifference of desperate despair, but the
cheerful indifference of perfect faith.
If wo have no place to go to, it is hard
to contemplate our exit. But if thero is
a better place, a residence in which will
bo added happiness, wo may even shake
hands with Death, tell him that our
latchstring is always out and ho will bo
welcome whenever ho sees fit to come.
It is tho fear of taking a leap in the dark
that bids u3 pause. But if wo are sure
of taking a leap into tho light wo can
easily let go our hold on this rugged life
and drop into the life to come. The sea
may rags us it pleases if our next port of
entry is heaven, aud lurking accidents
and diseases may come out of their hid
ing places into the open, for at the worst
they can only do us a good turn by open
ing tho door of a larger and better houso
to live in.—New York Herald.
A Story About Painting.
The story is told that a woman once
asked St. Francis do Sales whether she
might uso paint to improve her com
plexion. His reply was: "Some holy men
object to its use, while others sco noth
ing wrong in it. I would adopt a mid
dle course and grant you a dispensation
to paint one side of your face only."—
New York Times.
For a good table w i no,order our Sonoma
Ziulandelat6oc pergal. T. Vache&Oo.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 209.
Finest Variety und Cheapest.
Place in town for fish, rjame, oyßters, etc., Fred
lianniinau's, Molt market.
HE WAS AT WORK.
But Hia Occupation Did Not Entitle ,
to Free Seata at the Theater.
He was what Stevo Rowan would call
"a shlim bit ay a tur-rkey," and he stood
near the box office of the Columbia, first
looking at bia hist half dollar clutched
in a grimy palm and then shooting ita
occasional glance at tho main door,
through which tho strains of the opening
overture could at times be hoard.
His clothes wero loud enough to soswj
as a World's fair hotel flro alarm, aijtt
tho checks wero too large to be honored
by anything smaller than a first national
Thoy were of the latest Kerry cut and
hadn't been long enough in this country
to kill the smell of the bog. Ho wanted
to sco the performance, a,id ho bated <f)
part with his money, so he waited und
got into an argument with himself.
First ho thought he would, and then ho 1
guessed he wouldn't, and while ho tlnu
hesitated a trim littlo woman tripped
across tho foyer. She sailed along like
a clipper ship with a free wind and port
in sight. Thero was a distinctive air if
tho "profesh" about her, and she enrridi
her nerve iv tho outside pocket of aa
Eton jacket. He watched her and lis
tened with astonishment when she opened
her face aad uddressod tho mau i:i the
box office.
"Hello, Harry!"
"Howdy, Mag." 4
"Gimme two seat?, will yer, Harryr"
"Are yon working?'
"Sure. Mo and .less is doin a turn at'
I tho OlympV
j Tho checks for teats wero handed out,
and Mag calling .less tho two went in
side, while tho "shltr,) bit uva tur-rkoy*
moved a peg or two closer to the box of
fice.
Another form appeared in the door- ,
way. Its liair was parted in tho middle, |
and its buzzsaw hut reposed on the back
of its head. Its trousers wero freshly
I creased aud sharp enough to pare OOrOfe,
It shuttled op to the box otiieo mcchuft
| er the manner of a crawfish in a not,
and tho little Irishman could scarcer*
prevent himself from laying viol'wi
hand on it and mussing it up. In a iosflj
tragedian voice it said: f
"Ah, there, Harry."
"Hello, KalstalT, old boy." / ■
"Favor mo with two. old fellow!"I
"Aro you working?' \ I ;H
"Well. I should say 1 urn." \» *
"Where?' V, (
"Men Ed's doing a Henry lrvi: gbnr
; losque at ther Pa: !:."
Again two pasteboard checks wore
handed out, and by this tiiue the "tur
key" 0:1 tho outside was becoming fran
tic. It was coming easy for everybody
but himself, und he resolved to haiarcrst
chance and keep his half dollar. Ho took
fresh bite of plug, gave his trousers an
extra hitch and approached tho winded
on tiptoe. Ho peered cautiously aronnd
the edge of tha narrow opening. Harry
was still thero, chocking up tho house.
Ho hesitated only for a moment, and then
ho blurted out:
"Hilloo, Har-rv, onld bye,"
"How are you, sir?"
"Oi'm wtir-r-kin." ♦
"Aro you, uiy friend?"
"Vis."
"Where?' *
"Shtock yar-rda."
And when tho doorkeeper was tluou.jh
with him and tho patrol wngon had
gathered him in he sadly wondered at
the eternal Unfitness of things and why
all men are not born equal.—Chicago
Mail.
f
The C'ucse of lYaterupouta,
A waterspout is a meteorological ply:- j
nomenon of peculiar character, which4s j
occasionally observed on land, bnt usu- j
ally occurs at sea. It consists of a cone '
shaped pillar of condensed vapor, which j
descends, with the apex downward, from I
a deneo cloud and at sea attracts ji 1
somewhat similar cono in a reversed
position from the surface of the water. 1
Tho two may not inaptly bo compart*!
to a gigantic hourglass. The cMje of
this phenomenon is supposed to bn tha
gyratory movement of the air with such
swiftness us to produce a vacuum in the
axis of rotation, and the contact of tho
lower extremity of such an BXifl v.'itli
water would effect the elevation o.' a
column of the latter to it considenthk
height, The must probable solution of
the phenomenon is that water ;pmts
originate iv adjacent strata of air of d;«J- i
ferent temperatures, running in opto- \
site directions in the tipper regions of ihe i
atmosphere. Theyeonden.se Ihe vaytfr I
and give it a whirling motion, so Vhat it I
descends tapering to the sea below uiui I
causes the surface of the water to ascend!
in 11 pointed spiral till it joins that from I
above.—Brooklyn Eagle, « I
India For the ft:.liana
A Madras native gentleman w:'ji
asked by Lord Roberts what he tim'ightfl
of "India for the Indians." He
"Goto tho zoological gardens .ad or.eßH
all tbe cages. You will then see wn.it I
would ho tho end of India for the In-■
dians. There would be v, grand light I
among all the animals, with the result H
that the tiger would wall; over the dead!
bodies of tho rest." On being asked i
whom ho meant by tbe tiger, he replied, I
"The Mohammedan from the north." • f
The moral of this allegory of t/lf%
friend, who was certuinly one of tho'Jf
most enlightened native gentlemen 1
have ever met with, was that India
could not be left to herself, ami that,a ,
supreme power was necessary to hold
together the varied and various race;.—t
London Spectator. 4* ►
People YVho Ho Not Whistle.
Arabia must be a heaven for those 1 £
whose lives are made a burden to them
by the whistler. The Arab maintains ,
that a whistler's month cannot be puri
fied for 40 days and nights, and they as
sert of tho whistler that satan haf >
touched his body and caused him to pro
duce tho offensive sound.' Then there
aro the natives of tho Tonga islands
Polynesia, who hold that it is a sin t<
whistle, as it is an act disrespectful t(
God. Even in some districts in nortl
Germany the villagers declare thr|; *
one whistles in the evening it makes th
angels weep. —Exchange. '
S)ls Keward. ,
Off & Vaughn, druggists, corns
Fourth and Spring streets, are authoi
iaed to refund the above in any case tba
a single bottle of Smith's Dandrul
Pomade fails to cure. Never known i
fail. Try it, 4
liow»v iv Brcscc ilrQcidwiiy ue.dsS
takers,' "Independent Oi the trust."

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