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Persons wanting situations, help or wishing
lo rent, buy or sell property will do well lo ad
vertise in The Herald
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
CCTirC?~~BA LE OF UN R E DEEMED
pledges at the Star Loan office, Ills) N.
Main st., city -s. W. geld watches, H. C. 1 li
tany 16,669, 11. C. Walthnm 329,761-67,4:-3,
H. C. Waltham 4,446,863**60,703. H. C. Elgin
2,880,381-10,263; 8. w. filled cases, 11. C. El
gin 3,311,738-110,082, H. C. Columbus 241,
-898-2, 1e8,495, 11. C.Trenton 153,437-527,522,
H. Ct. Waltham 4,758,574-652,370, 11. C. Wal
tham 3,258,520 82,775, O. K. Elgin 5,372,235
456,165; 8. W. silver welches, O. F. Waltham,
8,851 002, I). F. Waltham 2,757,045-3.', 135,
O. F. nlckle Trenton 94,977, O. K. Wnlthani
4,043,011',, 5 gold rings, 5 pr. onera glasses, 1
compass, 3 violins, sale, Monday, Nov. b, Ba.
m. ' Tllos. CLARK, auctioneer. MRS. K.
FEHNEH, prop. 10-315t_
Tin: UNDERSIGNED GIVES NOTICE TO
the public that he has « 'buss line estab
lished, to run from Temple block, through
Aliso St., to Prospect park, Brooklyn Heights,
every hour; the trip is only ft cents, and will
commence to start on Thursday, November 2d,
from li o'clock a. in. to 8 o'clock il in. B.
K. BIRANB, proprietor. 11-2 2t
TF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY FOR SALE,
J to-lease or exchange, I will guarantee to get
you customers quicker than any real estate
dealer in Los Angeles. I'm a hustler and not
here for my health. Send me your list. It
won't cost you anything to do ao. llesi of rci
erences. W. L. S, Box 5(15, Los Angeles post
offlce. _ '"-26 if
NOTICE— TBE Los ANGELES CITY WATER
company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: Thi-hoursiorsprinklingare between
ii ann 8 o'clock a. in. and ti and 8 o'c lock p. in.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will he shin off and a fine of !P2 will bu
charged beiore the water will be turned on
agalu. 8-17 tf
rpiHE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF I HE STATE
X loan anil Trust company are enclosed in a
tire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks, and brilliauilv lighted by electricity;
alcoves attached for the private examination
of valuables, with writing materinls; a young
lady in attendance. 8-1 ii
ANY ONE BUFFEBING WITH A DlSA
grceable odor of lite feet can positively be
permanently cured at a nominal expense.
Address MME, LORRAINE, P. 0. box 565,
city. Satisfaction guaranteed; simple reme
dy: not injurious. 10 86 tl
ESMIN'S FEMALE FILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine iorimnied.ale relief, ior
painful and'irregtilur menses—from whatever
cause-. For sale by FREEMAN.. CARPER, 102
K. Spring st. Price, ¥2 per box. i -i) ly
IT, TREE CARRIAGE AND W AGO N
works; nil kin-is of painting and repairing.
MSBan Pedro st., between First and Second
sts., Los Angeles. 7-ii it
HOUSES TO RENT CALL OK
1 BARNES & BARNES.
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
F. Si.OI'ER, 111 U SE MOVER. OFFICE,
. 112 I enter place. 1-15 tf
personal.
'personal -coffee, i i;i>h roa>tei> on
J our giant coffee roaster. .lava Hiid Mocha,
Sasa lb; mountain coffee, 25c; gcruica, 20c;
rolled rye, lws; ti lbs rolled wheat, 25c; 10 lbs
com meal, 15c; 16 lbs granulated sugar, $1;
19 lbs beans'; 25c; 3 cans apricots, -Tic; 3 cans
tomatoes, 25c: 3 cans roast beef, Vsc; 3 pkts
mincemeat, 25e; extract beef, 25c; 4 bars
BfnSmOre's soap, 25c; coal OU, 80c; 3 Hm lard,
Sic; pork picnic hams, 12..c.
ECONOMIC STORES, 300 s. Spring St. 7-tt
A YOUNG~M AN RECENTLY FROM TBI
east, who is on the coast for n pleasure
trip, desires the acquaintance ot some intelli
gent, refined and respectable young lady be
tween 20 nnd 26 years of age; intentions
strictly honorable; best of references furnished
and desired; will remain in Southern Califor
nia for at least six months; photographs ex
changed; letters returned'it so wished Ad
dress E. K. I., Box 80, Herald oilice. 10-23-tf
TQBRBONAL—RALPH BROS. -COLD tI.TTT
1 Hour, ¥l.i 0: city flour, 80c; granulated
sneer, IU lbs if]; brown sugar, 20 lbs ¥l: ii I b
rollcu outs, 25c; surdities, 5 boxea 25c; table
fruit, 3 cans 50c; Midland coffee, 25c lb; east
ern oil, BUc: gasoline, s-Oc; 2 1b fan corned
beef, 150; lard, 10 lbs 96c; 5 lbs, 50c. 6018.
Spring St., cciruer sixth,
1 >ERSUNA!.—MIts! PARKER, CLAIRVoY
-1 ant; consultations on business, love, mar
riage, disease, mineral locations, hie reading,
etc. Take University electric cars to Forrester
aye. and Hoover St., go west on Forrester aye.
;i blocks to Vino st.: second houbc on Vine
west oi Vermuut aye. '-30 tf
JraBHSONAIi—X YOUNG MAN, A STRANGER
X iii ihe city, would like to correspond with
a young lady 19 years of age; nm of English
parentage, ami have no bad habits; intentions
ttrlctly liunorable. Address li. N., Box 30, tins
office. 10-2;l-7t
I)EKSONAI^r;.Mir~l — YOU Tn~A
drygoc.ds store Friday afternoon on Spring
stree . why did you not notice me? Address
me SA the HoHenbeek hotel until Wednesday
if you want lo see me. lv 3; 31 0. M.
1 kEBKONA I ."- M A MIB—YOU ABE A DAISY!
I Why did y6u not uppenr ucco.ding to ap
pointment on Wednesday last. Was promptly
on time ut 2 o'clock uml waited half an hour,
iirop me n note. 10 31 31 ii.
{ >ERSON'AL — MATI.IMOXI.'xT BUREAt' '.
J strictly private. Persons wishing to marry
call or address, enclosing stamp, .'. JACKSON,
suite 6| 23t> s. Spring st., Los Angeles, cal.
10-29-71
A lilt FED LADIES' SAFEGUARD: PAT
enled; no medicine; no equal; money re
funded if not satisfactory. Send 10 cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY i 0., Kansas City, Mo.
S-20 oin "
FOU EX' lIANGU.
t?oir"lEX CII AN" i iE-.r 3-STOE
X block, centrally located, and in tbe line of
the most rapid ami substantial growth of tbe
city; price, $18,000; Incumbrance, ¥8401).
Will trade equity ior any good property
NOLAN A: SMITH, 228 West Second. 10-29-71
TJIQK BXCHANGE — FOB BASTJEKH OR
X Northern California income i>ropertv, uo
acres iv this city, covered with full hearing
trees; desirable ior subdivision; makes 10(1
lots: has strei t car and electric llglit. BBID ,v
CO., 12U W. First st. IC-25 tf
lililiii, - FOP. EX.TUN- E—A VERi I'lN'l:
•{7+UVB/ 10-acre orange orchard at Pomona;
price, ¥4000. Clear of incumbrance. Will ex
change for good housi and lot in the city nnd
assume some if necessary. Nolan & smith,
888 west Second st. 10 18 t.
SalU fIAA—FOR EXCHANGE—A Bttll X
'TIO.ViIBI business block, centrally located
in this city und vain.id at $18,00(1; will take
in exchange any good acreage worth Hie
money. Nola.n A- SMITH, -j-jst West Second
H. i 1018 11
EXCHANGE HANDSOME YOUNG
lemon and orange orchard of 30 acres,
with good buildings, nem- Redlands, ior city
property or business equity; ¥1,000.
J. S. VAN HO RUN,
1" 1 11 3IM W . H i- ; ;
ÜBNITST
1882 -Eslablished 1888
DR. 1- W, WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold Crown and bridge work a specialty: teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. in-4 tf
DR. S. TOr.HrHsTT~DENTIsT, — 10-l'.. N.
Spring street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless
extraction. U-20 tf
DR. I'ARKgR. DENTIST. KEMOVrTITTii K.
h. cor Spring and First sts. 10-19 tf
yRASK STEVENS, 324' s Sot'TH SPRING ,-T.
" Open Sunday and eveMuaft u» wKUa;I«L,
HILr WAlfln-MALB.
X)| T ANTED- SALESMEN FOR OUR DOOR
Tt (naniej plates, liouse nuinlH-rs and signs;
readable 111 the darkest night; 89 to $10 i>er
day easily made in any territory; sample cases
free: write at once to Electric Name Plate com
pany, SO Case at., Chicago. tf
■sarrANTED—GOOD SALESMAN WHO can
TT furnish references from w hniesale grocers
ami others, 10 represent san Francisco brokers
selling esste 11 goods. Small amount cash
necessary. Address, staling age and experi
ence. BROKER, this ottlce. 10-24-12t
-11? ANTED AIL NEEDING HELP, PR BE
\\ employment or nnv information, address
:E. NTTTI.NGF.K's Bi'BKAi , established 188(1.
; office. 319' . Spring at.: residence, 461 8.
Hope s ' i corner iiith, Loa Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113. 8-16 tf
<>ETTY, HUMMEL A ' tt., EMPLOYMENT
1 agents, 131- 33 W. First st . Telephone s<l».
under the I.os Angeles National bank. Help
of all kinds carefully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-8 tf
/■GTY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA-
V' bor bureau, 24() New High st. 'Telephone
1153; for cooks, waiters, househol 1 help, me
chanics and laborers, c. A. WHIT;', Manager.
9-22 1 m
I\-ANTED - PKP.SSBOY. REXSHAW A
>> Tones, 242 New- High at. 11 2lt
W ANrUD—AGENT*.
AGENTS- SALARY OR COMMISSION. THE
grcalt si lliventiqa of the age. 'The New
Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil. Sells on
sight. Works like magic. Agents arc making
irom ¥25 to ¥1-5 per week, l or further partlc
, tilars write Ihe Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co. X;.ts
La Crosse, Wis. 10-31 lin
V A > TKII— •»! < II > THI VS.
11-ANTED sFti'ATION OF ANY KIND BY
IT young man 25 years of age; good ;>eiiman
and of no bail habit* Have had several yeara
> \ perience as bookkeeper and collector. Can
give Al cjty reicreiices, also bond if reqnired.
F. A. BEST. 318 W. Second st. 11-2 2t
11- A YOUNG LADY, TYPfcC
TT- writing, either to be done al oftiee or her
hnmeV has her own machine: workmanship
warranted. Address LOI.ITA, box 41), thia
office. 10 26 tf
\SJANtST' 11Y \ POOR WIDOW WOMAN,
tt sewing i>: tlnil.'iv; will go out; a good
seannEtws; w-ill work reasonable. AderSSl
SEAMSTRESS, box 40, this oilice. 1026 tf
\1- ANTED-A YOUNG "AMERICAN MAN
tt wauls place on ranch : not had experi
eneelkul would work for board until learned
Address F. M., box 30, Herald. 11-1 2t
A MIDDLE AGED ENGLISH MA>T WISHES
a situation in a private family aa coaeli
man and gardener: with the best of city refer
eli.-es. Apply et this office. 11-2 t
W I Kl>-MISCe.LLANIi:tTI)B.
\fa NTE D^-"b Y~~ji YlSuNli M Alt HIED
Vv couple, two or three furnished raovs for
light housekeeping; will be permanent if
satisfactory arrangements can be made: some
private family haying more rooms than neces
sary ior themselves will find congenial com
pnny with the advertisers: references ex
changed; central location preferred; stnte
location, price, etc. Address PERMANENT,
Box 5(15, los Angeles. 10-23-tf
ll'A NTED-TO PURCHASE A LOT WEST
tt of Fb>iic;-oH, north of Washington and
easl Of Alvar?:do; also one west of Pearl, north
oi Pico uml east oi Ahurado; must be bar
gains; no agcnls. Address W. L. P., P. O. Box
565, city. 10-25 tt
11*'ANTED—~\T PARTNER - WIT 11 IjC.tNJO TO
IT invest 111 a paying projec. 18 irli "ii there
are no ehaueesof loss and protil, 1 i... . Party
desiring to deal must furnish evidence of good
: character. Address I), Herald office. 9-23 tf
11"ANTED TWO FREEMAN DRY WASH*
IT ers: large and small size; second-hand;
in perfect working order; state age of machine
and price asked for it. Address A. J. ME Ui,
175 N. spring st. It
11" A NIE D— MSS~ ESSAYS, SERJIONS OR
tt other doe ma en ts to copy by hand orbv
typewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD, room s",
212.. s. Broadway. 10-3 tf
CIT ANTED To PURCHASE A LOT SOOTH
tT west: « ill pay from ¥400 to ¥699; must
be a bargain. Address W. I* P., P.O. box 5(15,
city. 10*22 tf
IWANT^7r - puT;('HASE LOTS IN ~~i£L
parts oi the city; iiricos from ¥209 to ¥2\
-909 HENRY .1. ST ANLEY, 242 8. Broadway,
next city hall. 16-31 7t
11 "ANTED MAN WITH $2r»00'~TO PTJR
TT chase hnlf interest in a desirable inven
tion; fortune in it. Address E., Herald office. I
9-23 tf
BOYS— WOI.I.ACOIT WANTS 800 DOZEN
claret bottles, quarts; pay 46c dozen. 124
nml I'Jb North Siujuig street.' 10*29 if
LOST ANU FOUND.
!08T— PURBB CONTAINING
ticket to Denver on Spring street, Monday
evening. Finder please return same to room
19. 23M s. spring street and receive reward.
C. G. McINDER. 11-1 3t
FOUND A G AIN—SAM, Tl I E CH AMPION
horse-clipper, at the old stand. North
Bnindwuy. Ki-10 lm
rUK KENT—HOCSKS
I/or rTxt-why T-ay'bext?
fore lumber goes up. You can get a 5-room
cottage, nicely papered and linislied for ¥1100.
See plans at HENRY .1. STANLEY'S,
842 s. Broadway,
Next City hall. 10-17 lm
l/OR RENT -ii-KOOM HOl\sE~»2oYoi.lVE
I st.: just been put in Hrst-class condition;
newly papered, painted, etc. BARNES J;
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
r pO LET — UNFURNISHED FOUR-ROOM
1 cottage on Hill st., close in. Inquire 216
8. Broadway. 11-1 if
!■'" U KENI -BOOHS.
raCBNISHED KOOMS-XICE IT'RNLSIIEIi
V looms to let ironi ¥1.59 per month up nt
Calumvl Hop 1, East Third street, opposite
' >mur ay , and also rooms for housekeeping.
10-10 l m
L'Olt" RENT "EXCEI.I.ENT - BI ; XSY ROOMS,
J with bay windows, single or en suite, three
blocks from court house; rem low; cheap un
furnished I ip. 525 Sanu bt. 10-1 lm
f-OR RENT - SUNNY " FRONT ROOM
A? with gas; private family. SAB S. Broadway,
19 22 tf
IT'RNLdIED ROOMS AT ~ THE
o.ti Parker, 424 W. Fourth St. 16-24 lin
piog RENT -FURNISHED ROOMS $1, 81.38,
1 ¥1.50 per week; 648 Wall st. 11-2 3t
TO LE T PLEASANT." FURNISHED ROOMS
I 1016 8.,1 [qbesl. 10-31 ;n
rOM !IKNI-)Ip.«KI,WKEO»S.
rrrOß RENT - VLFALFA RANCHES, STOCK
1 ranches, orange ranches, ranches of nil
descriptions a specialty. List your ranches for
sale orient Willi K. P. CULLEN .v; Co., Minne
sota headquarle:-.. 237 W. First si. |u-2'.)-tf
AI'TOIiNEYS.
JAY E. HUNTER, ATTORN AW\
rl Bryson-Bouebrake block. Telephone oiB,
Practices in uil the courts, slate and federal.
7-1 tf
(FOGI)R T(~H7I. Tw YER, IV4 DEARBORN
• Street, Chicago, ML; 29 years'experience;
secrecy; special [acuities In several states.
Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states, in
press, 6-4 tf
HUNSACKER & GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
n.onis in:; and mi, Philips block, corner
Spring and Franklin streets. Telephone 1120
7-1; If
I> .1. ADCOCK, ATTORNICY; SI'"e(TAL AT-
It. tention given to the settlewtnt of c tatei
115 wet First st 4.1; (f
T i\ K. TB ASK. ATTORNEY AT LAW, I'd,.
if, ton block, 207 New .High street, I.os \n
geles, 1-10 if
11" M. POLLARD, ATTORNEY JJ LAW
TT room 3. Allen block, Temple and Spring
al reel-. 2- 1 ti
I'HV'NICI.IINir
I^FTTCiMIEX^
It Medical Electrician for the cure of all
discs Ofßce hour- 9 till 5; correspondence
by mall. 2861, s. spring street, Los Angeles,
Cab 19-8 lino
\i R-. dr. j. ii. smith, hpeciaTtyVMl"t7
ivl wifcry. Ladlescareu tor during confine
ment at 727 Bellevuo avenue. Calls prouiptlv
attended to. Telephone 1119. 6-8 tl
1/ BI.AKKSI.EE, M. 11.7" EYE~AND ear.
j. Late of Illinois Eye and Em- liilinnarv
and Chicago opihalinic College, otlice, 2421.
s. Broadway. !>." tf
MRS. UK tt ELUS~lTfnrrx HER BR |i X
block, 127 E. 'Third st. Specially, diseases
of women.
CHIKUI'OIIIST.
MISS C. ST'A FFEI{7 cTll rTi AN~D
nutsseuss, 211 W. First st., opp. Nadeau.
12 '..' I II
tKINTK ACTORS
pONRAD SCHERER, GRANTTk7bITI MIN-
V ' oil-and asphnlt paVing; 237 W. First at.
p.,Tti.Nis, uorvaiuarß, i,n.
1 J AZARD .v TT i\\ KBEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY
J] block. Tel. 847, La* Angeles. 11-2111
LOS ANU ELKS ItEKALUj THUKSPAY MORN INC-, NOVEMBER 2, WW
yOlt SALE- CITY PKOPKKTV.
SALE OR^EXCIIANGF.
BY JOHN H. COKE,
4 Bryson Block,
Ix>t Vermont and Jefferson ¥ 500
Lot Budlong and Adams 500
Ixit Severance, near Adams 1500
(ilots Beaudry aye 2000
Lot West Eleventh 600
Lot Alvarado street $00
lot Hewitt street. 000
8 lota Fremont, near Fourth st 3500
lot Elysian Heights. 150
Lot Boston Heights 300
lot (half acre) W. Washington 1100
lot Winfleld at, 450
2 lots and 2 houses Budlong aye 2000
Lot Alameda st 100
I.ot Girard st. 780
Lot W. Twelfth 800
lot, with house, E. First st 2800
lot, with honse, Court st 2000
lot, with house, Beaudry aye 2600
Lot, with house, 8. Hope 5000
A large list of all kinds of property
for exchange in the Eastern States.
In most cases the owners will as
sume the payment of a mortgage.
I have ranches to exchange ior city
property, and city to trade ior ranch.
JOHN 11. COKE,
4 Bryson Block.
See Times.
10-31 tf
TMOR SALE^*ll(g)— H OWE ANT) LOT ON
X Siebold st., Brooklyn tract.
¥21,00— House nnd lot, 7 rooms, on Jacksou
street.
¥-500—Two houses and lots on Tackson St.;
5 rooms each.
fiSKi—Fine lot on Brooklyn Heights, sOx
250 feet: splendid location.
¥t;tM>— Fine lot in Brooklyn tract; tills is a
splendid bargain.
$2606 —House and lot, Turner and Vignes
sts.; tills is a snap.
BlDOo—Corner lot, Turner and Center sts.
Every one oi theseabove mentioned are good
speculations. Don't lose any lime in seeing
them, for they won't be on the market very
long. You deal direct with the owner; no
agents neeii answer. Direct bustness desired. 1
Address, "OPPORTUNITY," box 30, Herald
otlice. 10-31 tf
Ijwj it 2 a la nee
1 one year at 10 ncr cent, house 5 rooms,
pantry, bath, closets, etc.; lot 511x110, to 2o
loot alley; ou First-st. cable line, Boyle
Heights, west of power honse: cement walks,
hedge, Rowers, c c.; no law n, as it is a new
place: 2 pressed brick "ntels, gas, hot ami
cold wafer, peresialn 1 h üb; plumbing cost
¥325: room upstairs Foi i rge rooms, but not
finished ; window shapYs :,nT linoleum go with
house; this is the biggest bargain ever offered
in this ci y: the above is easily worth ¥3500 at
least; it is h snap and should be tnken advant
age oi at once. Address OWNER, P. O. box
505, city. 10-31 tf
y«OR S' A Rl I A INS- TH E FINEST COR-
X ncr East Seventh near Main at ¥b0 r front
foot.
45x150 to alley; Main near Sixth nt¥l6o a
front foot.
The finest corner on Main near postoffice; a
big bargain.
33.x- lon East Fifth street near Main with
good coitag,-, ¥2>o<>.
A line coiner East Eighth. 90x126, close to
main, very cheap. G. c. EDWARDS,
10-12-11 gJtOWesI First.
— - A —A N~ELF.< iA NT 10-ROOM BOUSE
<ir f if}\f southwest, close to cable line; loca
tion one of the best in the city: house com
plete in every particular: cold storage room
and cellar; large lot, tine law n, choice shrub
bery~-a decided bargain.
BARNES ,fc BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
JpOR sale!
LARGE-SIZED LOTS, FINEST LOCATION,
, NEAR FIGUEROA AND ADAMS STS,
ON VERY FAVORABLE TERMS.
If yon want the choicest of lots ior a home
see them. ODEA ,V BARR,
19-27 tf 103 8. Broadway.
liy-iii -FOB BALE, NICE RESIDENCE LOT
nriujlF ot: (Term side of street in Bonnie Brae
tract, near Seventh street cable line. This is a
great sacrifice nt ¥800: worth today nearly
twice tin- amount. NOLAN <k SMITH, 228
West Second. 11-1 7t
ffl SAI.K-ON TIIE TnsTALL
rtrl— ment plan, a new, modern-built s
rooni cottage; within a few blocks of th is oflice :
price ¥1-J."io. $260 cash, bAtance ¥15 per
month without interest. NOLAN .t SMITH,
228 W. Second. 10-i9 7t
I7HJH SALE—CHoYcE SPRING-STREET
property, im-'roved, close in; renting for
big interest on price asked. A bargain.
BARNES & BARNES,
10-1 tl - 227 W. Second at.
O ji'j u j LANCE" ONE ~AND
I I'"* two years, a lovely modern cottage
of live rooms: only few blocks from our nthce;
cost ¥2500. G. W". CONNELL, il2 Broadway.
10-27 tf
OR SAi7e-¥l3O6 _ EACH, 2 5-ROOM COT
tnges on Forrester avenue, near electric
ear hue; monthly payments BARNES &
BARNES, 3« W, Second st. 10-1 tf
fi& j 4A/1-FOR SALE-NEW S-ROOjTIIOUSE
npl'rv"' on Victoria street: monthly pay
ments ¥15. ALLISON BARLOW, 3i7 West
Second st 0-21 tf
J-iOK SALE—LIST FOR
sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN A CO.,
.Minnesota Headquarters, 257 West First st,
10-1 ti
I>I!OPKRTY _ OF — ALL KINDS' SOLD AND
X exchanged. B. WHITE, 221 West First hi.
10-15 tf
I /OR SALE—¥I2S PAYMENT I'RETTY~4
rooin house, southwest, $600. Apply 880
West Kir.-1 street. 11-2 4t
HIIVKT TO LOAN.
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY,
(INT oRI'OKATED).
Loans money in any cmountn on all
kinds oi collateral securities, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and
steel safes, and professional Ilbra
bries, without removal; ami on fur
niture in lodging, hoarding houses
nnd hotels, without removal. Par
tial puyments received. Money
quick. Business confidential. Pri
vate office ior ladies.
W. E. DEO ROOT, Mannger,
8-29 1 y Rooms 2, 3 A 4, 114 S. Spring st.
O N E V TO LO A X OK DIAMONDS, JEWEL
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriage -, bicycles aud all kinds of personal
nnd collateral security, lee bros,
: -18 ,y 402 s. Spring st.
IF YO U WISH TO LOAN OS 111 >RUOW
money, call on J. <k J c. flournoy, Eteaj
estate nlid Financial agents, 136 Broadway.
All business strictly eoulideiitinl. 10-1 ti
MONEY TO LOAN-ON GILT-EDGED SE
curity only. PRIVATE CITIZEN, 1503
.Main si.' 1 I 31
M LIMJU Al.
| "OS VNOELES CONSEitVAT'OKY OF MUSIC
Yj and Arts; open nil tlie year. MRS. EMILY
.1. VALENTINE, president. V..M.C.A. building,
Itroudwny mid Second sts. 8 14 ly
• music'urnished on all oi'casions. Ofßce
.1. B. BROWN'S MUSIC STORE, 111 N. spring
street. tOtf
BANJO BY MISS M. E. ABTBI RY; 5 AND 6
stringed taught. Studio 51; take elevator
by People's store, Phillips block. 11 12 ly
A WILLII ARTITZ, MUsIC STUDIO. BOOM
.\', a, Crocker building, 212 s. Broadway.
8 29 1 i
bI'KIW AMI ITNI-HKKS,
METBOPf 241
Franklin st. One dyeing and cleaning.
113 tf
ARISI ANl)TrT*\vli"liKB, 275 SOL'TH MAIN
st reel; best dyeing in tbe city. 1-1 3li
, If. i n » C I S.
ABBTFUCT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
pany ot Los Angeles, northwest corner
of Franklin and New High sts. in-17 tf
FOKSiLK <<u\ti;y iiiomrit.
oAj»lBrrtO'ußE^"MKr^
307 West Second street.
The largest and besi business block In the
chief city in a live mitral state for exchange
for Los Angeles city or country property.
Ranch 113.110 acres, midway net ween Dow
ney and Compton; ti • acres in alfalfa, M acres
eucalyptus, 5 acres hi willows, balance In pas
ture: 6-room cottage bouse, barn 00x60; 7-inch
flowing well; apple orchard; S place fenced-,
price low, half cash.
city dwellings, installment plan, buaineaa
property, vacant ami Improved, for sale at
figures that will interest you. 10-36 tf
<S>ft tjui POR SALE- -Mt ACRES BEST
♦Tcl'TbtHrlJ orange ami walnut land In Los
Angeles county, with good water right; 26
acres in walnuts in bearing; several acres of
bearing orange trees, crop 1400 lioxes last
year; also some deciduous fruit and alfalfa;
good 7-room house and outbuildings, well,
wind-mill and tank; water piped In bouse and
through the grounds: all stock and farming
implements go with place; this placo can
easily be made to pay an income on $30,000;
price at present $14,501). NOLAN A SMITH,
228 W. Second. 10-29 7t
I^OR"SALI£--$2»7009; ORANGE ~"oRCH-
X aids; walnut orchards: deciduous fruit
orchards; olive orchards; dairy or farm
ranches; fine city residences; hotels; lodging
houses; grocery atorea; hardware buaineas;
fruit stands; cigar stands; meat markets; sa
loons; bakeries; restaurants: and all kinds of
mercantile business; prices from $100 to
$23,000; we neither advertise nor try to sell
anything that will not stand tbe strictest in
vestigation. NOLAN SMITH, .28 W. Second
street. 10-18 tf
SALE— BTRBANK LANDS; TEACTB
1 5,10,26 and 40 acres; $40 to $109 an
acre; easy terms; 4 to S.miles from city limits;
rich soil; no adobe: no alkali; free water
right: damp alfalfa land; tinu English walnut
land; tracts in full-bearing peaches, prunes,
aprtcots, pears, etc. If yon want a desirable
home near market see these lands. TAYLOR
A RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 10-29 Tt
SALIC, HOMESTEAD REHN
~Ovrt" quishmcnt of IliO acres, within '~
mile of station on Southern Pacific railroad, in
this county; alvout lio acres under cultivation:
lund all cleared and tirst-class small bouse and
other improvements; price, $600; will ex
change ior property in the city.
NOLAN .t SMITH,
10-18 tf 228 \Y. Second st.
L"H>R SALE-CAPITALISTS AITENTION !
I 13,600 acres of land close to Los Angeles,
3iK)O acres of Hrst-class orange and lemon
land, with abundance of water for irrigation:
200U acres of tfeetdUOUS fruit land, 560'/ acres
of lirst-clatts stock land, all for $9 per acre;
railroad being built through the tract now
Cheap at $25 an acre. TAYLOR* RICHARDS,
102 Broadway. 19-2971
I XIR SALE—A FEW VERY CHOICE GOV-
I eminent and school land locations for
sale cheap: or would take part pay in other
property.
A few choice lots on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth sts. west of Figueroa; $(>UO to $■'00.
J. K. MULKEY. ,
8-22 tf 1140 W. Eighteenth or 213 W. First at:
T7iOR ~SALE—BEST BUY IN SOUTH EB N
_n California: 15', acres, all highly improved;
new 4 room house; 5 acres alfalfa; lv» acres
walnut and prune trees, all under water ditch;
no alkali; no adobe; ou railroad; near city
limits; $225"; terms easy. TAYLOR & RICH
ARDS, 102 Broadway. 102J 7t
r i(l R FA LE-170 ACR EB~FINE ORAN'i. t
sv vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vacbe winery at Rrookside, near Rcilir.iul*;
this is tlie very choicest land iv that neighbor
hood in the market; all or part: price. $12,506;
terms easy. For particulars see A. c. GGL3H,
117 s. Broadway. tf
IjW>B s \ I.E - s\XT.\ - MOXICA~PBOrERTY;
A? tine new modern house, choice lot; price,
$1500; easy payments. Have other good lot-.
Will build to suit customers. ROBERT F.
TONES, Bank of Santa Monica, Santa Monica,
Cat iu-20 im
«ii*V- FOR ACRES AS FINE AL
sPOO falfn land as there is in the count;'.
This isa forced sale and can be had within the
next lew day- ior $b.i per acre. NOLAN .v.
SMITH, 238 West Second street. 10-18 tf
t"OR RA LE—FI N E "it ESI DENI E PROPERTY
ill Pasadena; rents for $2190 per annum;
nets over 19 per vent; the best bargain in the
county. K. P. CULLEN & CO., Minnesota head
quarters, 237 Vi . First st. 10-29 ti
t-IOR SALE I.FMON GROVE, 5 OR 10
1 acres A 1 location and sofl, with water;
a liargain. Terms easy: will cultivate if de
sired. OWNER, care Herald office, box 3j.
11-2 tf
1*5 OR - SALE—$ 130; l EACH, 2 5-P.OOM COT
' tages on Forrester avenue, near electric
car line; monthly payments. BARNES A;
BA KN ES, 227 W. second "st. 10-1 tf
TJ7OR SALE —LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR
r sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN ct CO.,
Minnesota headquarter:,, 237 West First at.
9-19 tf
SEF. MEAGHER~& JAY IN
real csiatc. 101 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
10- 1 tl
iT~OB "SALE-5 ACRES CHOICE LANDNEAR
JT the city. E. s. VAN DoliEX,
10-L if 301 v. First st.
lIIK MAI Sl-MIBVKI.LA.sSOfjM.
SALE — CHOICE NURSERY' STOCK ;
mining, city and country property.
Particular attention paid to patents of aIL
kinds. Choice property in Azusa valley. Cor
respondence solicited.
W. M. STOVER,
Real Estate and Mining Exchange,
10-1 If 227 W. First st.
I ior SALE—FIRST-CLASS '/00-Wra MHTII-
X I gan incubator and two brooders ior same.
All new, never used. No better machine made.
Hot water, self regulating. Price for whole
$60; $25 cash and balance all the lime you
want. Address P. 0. box 593, Sen Bernardino,
California. 11-2 7t
■87-.OR SALE—MINING OUTFIT, CIKEAP FOR
J 1 cash, including new wagon specially lil
ted out with water casks ami other Imple
ments. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson
block. 9-24 tf_
SALE— A FINE LOT OP CHICKENS,
' suitable for tt family. Apply at 948 Georgia
Bell St., near Tentli. 11-2 tf
TJWR SALE—VERY CHEAP, THOROUGII
bred registered mastiff pups at 1(>17 s.
Main st. 10-4 lm
1-tOR "SAUS- ONE FINE 5-YEAR-OI.D HORSE
at a bargain. Inquire at 302' 2 s. Spring.
19-26 7t
tjlOR 8 A LE—OLD PAPER 1 *JX Q V ANTITI ES
' to -nil al 1 his otlice.
KDUCAI lON/A L,
T" HE WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE HAS
removed to the upper Soorof the stowell
block. 220 Soqih Spring st nsd. It has now the
largest and titiesl bnainc-. college rootna in the
state, and the largest attendance of any com
mercial school south of -Jan Francisco. Fine
passenger elevator runaiiig direct to the
school rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec
essary. The public i-cordially invited to call
and inspect Ihe college,in its new location.
Both day and evening sghools iv session the
entire slimmer Catalogue nnd College Jour
nal free. G. A. Hough, Brfsident: X. G. Felk.-r,
Vice-President; J. W. lloud, scc'y. 5-4 ly
OS ANGELES BCSIMESS COLLEGE
AND BNGLISI TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated), I 14 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school 011 the const. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
instructor-. Day and cvanlßfj sessions. Terms
reasonable, call at oflice, or w rite for elegant
catalogue. E. F. SURA DER, President: F. W.
KELSEY, Vice-President; I. L. INSKEKP, Sec
retary. - 9-16 ly
/ URLS' C'ILITTTLVI E SCHOOL— 116 W.
VF Tenth st.; Misa Parsons and Miss Bens
ncn, principals; collegiate, academic, prepar
atory and primary departments: afternoon
classes for Indies; private instruction given.
11- 2
CA- rDE ROSAS, FRAMJBEL INSTITUTE,
Adams st., cor. Hoover sr., wiil open all its
departments Tuesday, Oct. 24. For further
particular- npplv to Mttft CAROLYN M. N.
ALDEN, sub w. Adams st 9-27 tf
Of'HOOL 1 IF I•!IYsTiVU, TRAINING- OWING
|) t" tin- liv in the Stowell block Miss A I frey
will receive pupils and applicants nt 230' 2 S.
spring, room 20, until rapt her notice.
9- 30 tint
\STBURY SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
people'- Store. Phillips' block: send for cata
logue. 19-12 12-m
MRS~iTI;AH D. COLE'S STUDIO l'l IR
voice culture, 551 ■ outb Spring st.; re
ception days, Fridays,2jp sp. in. 19-1715t
■ udlam" school or oratory7~room
Yj 3d. Potomac block. Office hour.-, Monday
and Thursday from 2 to 5. 10-7 lm
O HORTH AN D AN 0 %YPBWRITING—BEST
i~ advantages. LONGItf V I N'sTTT'UTE, Spring
and Fl rsl sts. j-7 t-f
t'oS ANGIiITC.s "scTlTpiL OE ART A Nll DE
\j sign, chamber of Commerce building.
10- 'JB-'.iiu
I)ARK£R SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION AND
Drnmnlic Expressioii, 455 s. Broadway.
IQ-14 tf
l>liWNB»t-«KISG.
W> HOOI.OK DRE-SMAKIN'C, 1 UTTTV. AND
n fitting; patternsciS; Frenuh tailor system;
suns made from $5 to $10. 399 South Broad
way. IO 15 1m
BUSINKSf* OPPOKTCNITIKB
jJToR SALE BY B. WHITE!
WIOO-Frult store. $I»5-Candv store.
[ $125-cigar store. $20O— Fruit store,
i $150—Restaurant. $750— Restaurant.
I $5(8) cigar store. $550—Coal yard.
$750—Large fruit store and provisions: re
ceipts, $35 a day.
■JBsNI Corner grocery; six living rooms.
$1000—Corner cigar store; bargain.
$3«. o—First-class saloon.
$35 o— Dairy and milk mute clearing over
$200 monthly; full value in stock; trial till
salaried Before buying.
Good grocery to exchange f;-r lot.
$159--Partner lo attend cash oounterin res
taurant ; will clear oVer $50 a month to each.
$300 - Paying commission business.
$55o —15-room lodging house.
$550 —10 rooms, corner: rare chatics.
$ 50—7 rooms, elegant.
$1300 - 24 rooms, up tow n ; bargain.
House and lot for exchange.
Apply to B. WHITE, 221 W. First st. 10-27 tf
S'XWtM -P OB SALE -STEAM LAUNDRY
£\r\i\'m on principal street. Doing a tine
business: machinery flrst-claas; li- rses, wagons,
etc.; employing lo hands. This Is a sure, safe,
money-making investment for a business man.
: $I*oo cash: balance easy terra*. J. WALSH
A CO., 308' j S. spring at. 1 l-l tf
FIR SALE $1 -00—FIRST-CLASS ROOMING
house of 24 rooms, well furnished, or can
be used for hotel; good dining room, fur
iilahed, attached: party selling owns mopcrtv;
will give lease; cheap rent; line locution;
sure to make money. J. WALSH Co.,
398' a S. Spring sL * 10-29 ti
IIUSINESS CHANCES— A~GF.NTI.EMAX WHO
J> is nu expersssjoed poultrviuan and apiar
est wants party with $1009 cash to go to Sanla
Barbara OOUnty and go in with him in the
poultry and bee business, \ddress P O. box
t 93 San Bernardino, California. 11-2 7t
d»| SALE B A ].!■' I NT't. 1; EST IN
-TT l« W/TF the best established commission
and brokerage business In the city, and paving
largo income; this is an opportunity seldom
offered. NOLAN A SMITH, 2iS West Second.
10-20-7t
JIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— FOB~cTITY
property, stock of goods or live stork; a
small house and good lot in Lal.tn, Kansas;
wiil pay cash difference. ROBERT F. JONES,
Bank of Santa Monica, Santa Monica, Cal.
10-jO lmo
iS'OR 8 A LB—FT R s T-c la ss 111 iTK I. FURNI-
V turc nnd grounds, a jiong the most desir
able in Bouttiern California. Hotel men, call
and investigate. HILL i CO. 12.1 W. sec
ond st. 8-24 stiu-tues * tburs-tf
rplIK .'.OS ANGELES DIRECTORY I IFFICK
A keeps a complete lint of all business for
sale or exchange. Parties desiring to either
buy or sell will consult their best interests by
applying at oflice, 103 8. Broadway. 8-6 '
L"H>E SALE —LIVERY STABLE, DOING GOOD
V business; best lucstio.3 in ska city: will nut
deal through agents; price according toatuoput
of stock taken by buyer. Address X, Box 50,
Herald ofnea 19-21 lm
IjsOß SA LE—s6oo — FIRST-CLASS MANUFAC
-1 turlng business; old established: good
connections. Reason for selling, teuving the
state. HENRY J. STANLEY, 243 S. Broadway,
next city hall. 10-26 tf
FI RST~cL*A SS E id-ixMCNT-ROOM
-!tO,Wf lodging house; fine furniture; best
located house in tho city. HENRY" J. STAN
LEY, 242 South Broadway, noxt to Cl v Hall.
10-.9 tf
UA—FISH AND POULTRY BUSINESS.
-POUir Fine location. Low rent. Has good
connection. HENRY J. STANLEY", 243 South
Broauw-ay, next to City Hall 10-22 tf
GOOD PAYING DAIRY BUSINESS, ( LOSE
tocitv; clearingsloo a mouth. STREETER
& SIIARPLESS, LOS Broadway. 10-I tf
F~>ORS ALE—GOOD 7 I' AYINO it EST A U RANT,
gooil location: must be sold in next Jdays.
Address M, Box 31), Herald. 1' -31 Vt
MKDKIHs.
OTTRTLfxG~REVELATION VIIKF. TES T !
O Free teat! To all those desiring a Hitting:
Mme. de Camor, who has just arrived from the
east, has taken parlors at the Hollenbeck hotel,
rooms 19 and 11, for the reception of the gen
era! public, where ladies arid gentlemen can
consult this gifted medium on any kind of
busineia. When you call on Mme. de Camor.
although you are a perfect stranger to her. site
will call you by your uame end tell you the
object of your vijrii, without yousayiirg a word
to her, ariil givu you iuforiuaiton on all your
affairs to your entire satisfaction. Mute, de
i.'amor wishes it understood that she never
takes money in advance. If she don't give
you tiio information you want, sho won't un
der any circumstances, take any numey from
you. The worst skeptics iv the world have
been astonished by her wonderful powers. As
an inducement and to show her sincerity
thai slie> can do what she claims, she will for
1 one week give sittings to gentlemen for $2 and
ladies forir-1. Bear in mind these prices are
for one week only. 11. in- from IO a. m. 106
p. m.; Sundays and evenings by appoir.tmei.i.
'Those living Lll the country thai cannot call on
her 111 person, il they will enclose stamped, ad
dressed envelope, lock, of hair and fees, she
will by return mail give them information
about »heir affair.-. All business strictly pri-
I rate and confidential. N. H.—Mme. de camor's
I permanent addrcas* is Golden West Hotel, San
i Francisco. 16-21 lm
simmonsTthe gkeat
eet ciairvovant and magnetic healer in
I the United States, brings the separated to-
I gecher, gives luck in business never known
to tail: also the best alcohol ana mag.
netic rubbings, health invigorating and bene
-1 licial: also face massage for beautifying the
I cumplexiou; 230!-, s. Spring. 10-2!)7t
I MADAME NORMAND, CLAIRVOYANT,
I iVI bus returned; advice on business, love,
give luck in speculation, lottery, make tucky
charms, To not marry, or start any business 111
your unlucky days, leach mruiiie. 356%5.
Spring, room 8. 10-15 lm
AItCHITICCTS.
Burgess"'.!." reeve, architect. Es
tablished for the last 10 years in Los Au
a ileal Rooms 7 and 8, second floor, Workman
bl Kik, Spring St., bet, Second and Third. 1 36 ly
C~lirW{oW r N,'~IRCHIT~~T~i:i2 S. BROAD
» way, between First and Second. 87 tf
Ordinance Ao. V6iVi.
(NEW SERIFS.)
4 N ORDINANCE Dr;cL.\RING THE IN-
J\. tention of the mayor and council of the
citvoi Los Angeles to establish the grade of
BREED STREET,
from Sheridan avenue to Brooklyn avenue.
'The mayor and council oi the city of Loa An
geles do ordain aa follows:
Sutton 1. That it is the intention of she
council of the crty of Los Angeles to establish
: the grade of
BREED STREET,
I from Sheridan avenue to Brooklyn avenue as
follows;
.1 tne intersection of Sheridan avenue the
grade shall be 101.OU on the south v. est and
southeast rower; at the intersection 01 Fol
som street 91.50 on the northwest and sou'h
east corner; 92.09 on the northeast corner:
9LOO on thesouthwest corner: Oct tlie intersec
tion of Brooklyn avenue 70.90 on the north
west and northeast corner.
And nl all points between sood designated
points the grade shall be established so as to
conform to a straight line drawn uetweensaid
designated points.
Elevations are in feet and above city
datum plane.
six.'. 2. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
snnie to be published ior ten days in the Los An
geles Hkkai.d, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of thu city of Los
i Angeles, at its meeting of October Is.si 3.
C. A. LUCK EN BACH,
cily Clerk.
Approved this 26th day of October, 1893.
T. E. ROWAN,
19-33 lot Mayor.
Ordinance) No. 11584
( NEW SERIES,)
\N ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTEX-
Iion of the Mayor and council ol Use city
of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
BY RAM STREET
from Tenth street to Its southern .erminus.
The mayor and council of the city of Los An
geles do ordain oa follows:
SKiTiiiN 1. That it is the intention of the
council of the City of Los Angeles to establish
the grade of "'Sa_
BYRAM STREET
from Tenth street to its southern term.inna.as
follows: Al. the intersection of Ten.tli street
the grade shall be 18.40 ou the soul Invest cor
ner and 18.79 on Hie southeast corner: at Hie
southern terminus of Byrara street on
both sides of same street.
And nt all points between said designated
points the grade shall bo established so as to
conform to a straight line drawn between said
designated points.
Elevations are iv feet and below city datum
'' HRS The city clerk shsl I certify to the pas
sage of this ordinance and shall cause the same
to be published for ten days ill the Los Angeles
Daily HBIM.LB, aud tliereu]Kiii and thereafter it
shall take effect aud be in force.
1 hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city oi Los
Angeles at its meeting of October 23d,
189 a' C. A. LUCKENBAi 11.
city Clerk,
Aoproved this 36th day of October, 1893.
10-29 lOt T. E. ROWAN.
Mayor.
Notice of Nn'. it Work.
NOTICE IS HEREBY (iIVKN Til \T ON
Tuesday, the .Id day of October, A. I>.
j ISDH, ihe council of the cilv oi Loa AnfeUa
| did, at its meeting on said day adopt an ordi
nance of intention, numbered lSd;t (new so-
I ries), lo have the fotlowlug work done, to-wir
First -That ft public sewer he constructed
■long
MAI*LE AVBKtTB,
From the manhole in the central intercepting
sfwer in the intersection oj Maple avenue and
Washington street tw the center Un" of Seventh
street, also along He vent h -tr.vt from the ren
ter line of Maple avenue south -»t Seventh
street to the center line of Los Angeles tdreatj
al**o along Los Angeles street from theeeuier
line uf Seventh atreet to the sewer manhole
built in the intersection of Los Angeles und
First street", also along East Pico street from
Ihe renter line of Maple avenue to the center
Hue of Sau .lulittn street, also along San Julian
■treat trotn tho ci nter line nf Kast I'ico street
lo a po nt HO fe-?t south of the south line of
Seventh street, also along Twelfth mreet from
the renter lino of Mi) pie a Venue to tiie center
line of Myrtle avenue, als\t nloug Myrtle ave
nue from the center line of Tweiiili street to a
point 15a feet south of the south Una of Ninth
street, also along X: ni h street from a point 50
feet west of the west tint' oi" San Julian street
north of Ninth street to a point -lo feet east of
the east line of Loa Angeles street, a-1 ho along
Eighth street from a point *M feci wet nf the
west line of San Julian atreet to anoint 110
feet ens! of the east lino of Los Angeles street,
also along Wall street and Myrtle avenue from
j the center line of Eighth street to the north
j line of the Maple avenue tract, also along
Seventh street from the center line of Maple
avenue south of Seventh street to the center
line of San Pedro street, also along San I'edro
street from the center line of Seventh si reel to
a point T>o feet south of the south line of Sec
ond street, also along Boyd streel from the
center line of San Pedro street to » point 50
I feel west of the west Mno of Omar avenue,
! also along San Julian street from ihe center
line ot Seventh street to the north line of the
Whisler subdivision, also along Wall street
from the center line of Seventh street to the
center line of Moyd street, also along Maple
avenue from the center of line of seventh
street to a point tiO.ll feet south of the sou lit
line of Fifth siivct, also along Winston street
from a point opposite the oust line of lot :! of
the Jones it I'onet block to a point oppo
site the cast line of lot 7 of tne
Shaw tract, also along Fourth street from
a point l 14 feet eurit of tlie east line of Los* An
geles street loa point ooposite the east line of
lot *il ol bh*«'lL 4 of the Orchard tracf, also
along Fourth street from a point lotiteel east
of the east line of Main street to the center
line of Los Angeles street, also along Moyd
street from a point tJM feet east of the east
line of Los Angeles street to a point op Mn
the east line of lo: 14 of block 4 of the Orchard
tract und across all intersections of streets,
together with manholes, lamphotes and flush
tanks.
The size of said sewer shall bo t£4 inches in
internal diameter atcine; Maple avenue irom
the manhole in the central intercepting sewer
In the intersection of Maple nvenue and Wash
ington: street to tlie center line ot Seventh
street, aud _: inches in internal diameter
along Seven!h street from ibe center line of
Maple avenue sooth of Seventh street to the
center line of I.os Angeles street, and '2. inches
in Internal diameter alonue Loa Angeles street
from the center line of Seventh street to the
center line ot Winston streel and in Inches in
internal diameter along Los, Angeles atreet
from clie center tine of Winston sfcrvei to the
sewer manhole constructed in the intersec:iou
of Los Angeles ami First streets, and IO inches
iv internal diameter along East fiofj stieet
from the center line of Maple avenue lo the
ctorer line of sari Julian street, nnd o inches
in iuterual diameter along Sau Juiiau trcet
from the center line of East Pieo street to the
center line o( Ninth street, and nl inches in
internal diameter along San Jnlisn street
from ibe center line of Ninth at reel
to a point 110 feet south oi the
south line of Seventh street, and 8
inches in internal diameter along Twelfth
street from ihe center line of Maple avenue to
tire center line of Myrtle avenue, and S inches
in Internal diameter along Myrtleavenue from
the renter Liie hi Twelfth street to a point 153
feel south of Mm south line of Xin'h street,
and H inches in Internal 11 ama tot along Ninth
[ street from a point 50 Ice; west of the west
line of san Julian street north of Ninth street
'to a point 40 feet east M the east line oi Los
. Angeles street, and S ljiafc.es mi internal diam*
| etnt along Eighth atreet from a point 80 feet
i west oi :ht west line of San Julian street to a
! point 110 feet east ca" the east hne ol Los An
geles strew, and 8 iuehc* tn internal diameter
j along Wall ireetand Myrtle avenue front the
! center line of Eighth street to th© north line
luf the Unpin avenue trart, aud 14 Lachestu
i internal diameter along Seventh street Irom
iboeeuterof Maple avenue >oiith of .seventh
Btjrnet to the center line of s»n Pedro street,
aud L 9 inches in internal diameter along Sau
Pedro street Irom the center Hue of Seventh
»trcet to the center line nf Fifth si reel, and 10
tuches in internal diameter along San Pedro
j streel irom ; he center line oi Filth street to the
I center line of third street, nnd 8 inches in mi
i ternal diameter along San Pedro street from
the center line of Third streel to a point .">o
feet south of ihe south line of Second street,
and 8 inches in internal diameter along lioyd
street iroiu the center line of Sun Pedro .street
to a point 90 f* et west oi the west line of Omar
avenue, and H inches iv Internal diameter
! along sau Julian street from the ocutet line of
S-veuih" krvcl io ih north of the Whisler
subdivision, and ill iiuUiea m internal diame
ter along Wall street from Ihe (tenter line of
Seventh street to the center line of Winston
streel, and S inches in internal diameter along
Wall street from ihe center line ot Winston
street to the cen ten live of Boyd street, and S
Inches in internal ainmntcj along Maple ave
nue froiu the center iino of (Seventh street to
a point <;o:t feet i-ouih of the south line of
Fifth street, und s inches in interna! diameter
; along Winston street from a point opposite the
i east line of lot '2 of the Juiiea and Pouet Mock
! ton point opposite the enat line of lot 7 oi thu
Sliaw tract, ai.d s inches in internal diameter
i along Four.h . ireel irom a point 144 feat east
[ of the east lino of Los Angeles street to a point
opposite tbe etst line of lot ill of block 4 o| the i
Orchard trwrt, andB inches iv into. iial oiain
! eteralo:m i'ourth street irom a point MM)feel
' east of tho k as . line of Main streel io the ecu
j ter line of t w Angeles street, und S inches ii
' Internal di» « ttef along Boyd streat from t:
j point 13& fet- .-a-d of the east line<d Un An
! geleß street tv a point opposite the eftst line oi
lot 14 of block 4 of the Orchard trwt.and bt
constructed of vitrified salt-glazed i«ipe, brick
iron and cement.
AIL of which. !■■ hull he constructed in accord
i ant c with the plans and profiles ou lile in Hit
I otlice of the city engineer and specifications en
lile in the otlice ol the city clerk of the city ol
! Loa Angeles, said speciticatioua being lottcret
{ D.
i The district to be benefited and to be assesses
to pay tiie lolal cost of said aork is hereby de
clarcd to be all lota and lands fronting there
on.
Reference is hereby made to the said ordi
nance of intention tor further particulars.
D. A. WATSON,
Street Sur>oriuLuudent.
By F. C. lUnnon. Deputy. 11-1 tit
Ordinance No. lttb*6.
(NKW skki es. >
AN ORDINANCE DSCLARINQ THK INTEV-
Iion of the mayor ami council ol the city
of Los Angeles tv establish the grade of
FOLSOM STREET
from Soto street to Cornwell street.
The M.iyor and council of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Section L That it iv the iutcntion of the
city council of the city of Los Angeles to es
tablish the grade of
FOLSOM STREET
from Soto stsect to Corirurell street as follows:
At the intersection of Soto atreet the grade
shall be 90.30 on the northwest comer and
94.00 on the southwest corner; at tlie inter
section of Breed street toi.oo on the northeast
corner, 1)1.50 on tbe nortiowest and southeast
comer and I*l.oo on the southwest corner; at
the intersection of Corirwcll street 89.60 ou
the northeast corner and SI). 10 on the south
east corner.
Audnt all points between said designated
points the grude shall be established so as to
conform to n straight lino drawn between
said designated points.
Elevations are iv leet and above city dutum
plane
Sec. li. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to he published for ten days in the bos
Angeles Hkrai.p, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect und be in torce.
I hereby certify that tho foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the cily of Ixjs
Angeles at Us meeting of Ocloocr'j:;, IMHS.
C. A. LUCKENHACII,
City Clerk.
Approved, this uiiih day of October, 1W93.
T. E. ROWAN,
10-'jf) lot Mayor.
Not ice Inviting Proposals to Furnish
the City of Los Angeles with 2000
Feet of Fire Hose.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL UK RECEIVED
by the undersigned, ap to 11 o'clock a. m.
of Monday, the nth day oi November. l-e.u.
to furnish the city of Los Angeles with 2000
foet of tire hose.
Bidders will submit samples with their bids.
A certified check to the order of the under
signed for $250 must accompany each propo
sal as a guarantee that I lie bidder will enter
into a contract if awarded to him in conform
ity with his bid.
Council reserves the right to reject any and
all bids.
By order of the council of the city of I-oa
Angeles at its meeting of October 2tfd, lsfj.
C. A. LUI'KEKHAt'II,
10-25 13t City Cb ik.
MOUNTAIN CLIMBING.
Tiio Surety »f the M»ny Bought by th*
Death or the Fow.
All crafts depend upon knowledge and
acquired skill—knowledge of tho* mar
tcrial to bo handled, acquired skill in th*
handling of the material. Pioneers of
mountaineering had first to loam what
mountains actually are like, the details
of their structure, and tho forces in ac
tion upon them. Rock structure, which
has oiic mi :ining for a geologist, has
others Tor v mountaineer. Oue kind o# ,
Inount.uu masonry form* ridges and
Culließ, another forms Ledgee and preci- .
pices. One texture aud dip. makes stair- *
cases that can be rushed, another tnake*
slabs that can scarcely be adhered to.
One kind of substance in-firm and trust
worthy, another is friable and treacher
ous to hand and foot. If there was so
much to be learned about rocks, snow
and lee were at first far more unknown.
The anatomy of glaciers had to be di*.
covered, the secrets of crevasse forma
tion to bo afOMWd, Ther* were th*
vari' dphcncru . utipiiedin the phrase,
'v.: ;te of the ■:< n:." to be understood.
Both foot im. : k. dto be trained to
recognize by "\ i and glance what tho
"state «.f ii Mw" at any time might ,
be. Aval:. .; v dto be investigated—
avalanc!- s i tew, ics aad rock—when
they mi;. ', k- <• < ted to fall, where
they w I . - i ior, how far they
would go. X '.:;!<( ra had to learn to
dtatingtiisb a \ offi botweoß mow and
ice slopes. JS it. t. tb - tools of monn- ,
taiceen u(j h i he invented. Many
were tried \lod; a few were re
tained ussd ii proved. The form of tho
ax was . .... .. evolved and its uses
learned. The way to employ thoropo
was ;v ye; laiiro difficult discovery. Even
now tbo proper form for climbing irons
is only rv.ng arrived at.
Accidents, usually fatal, were th*
lebuoas v herefrom these facts* wero de
rivedn The great Matterhorn accident
finally demonstrated how tho rope;
should bo used and proved that large' '
parties were a source oi danger. The
Lyskamui-accident showed the peril of
corniens. Unropsd climbers met their
death on many mountains. From al
most every accident something was /
learned, The safety of the many haa /
be< v hot tight by tho death of the few. '
Wo citn now plunge iuto the world of
sr.ovv \vi boat undue peril. Wo know
its dangero anil can guard against them;
\ • know ako when we are safe and
where vev;an freely ;;o> Our forerun
i: is went jiloft U3 neolithic navigators
put to aen—badly equipped and into a
misunder: itood rogiou. We are i.ow oa
the fool tag of the modern sailor. Snow,
as such, bai no moro terrors for us thaa
sea for them. 11l luck may overtake
us, anil WO may fall, as they may bo
drowned, but with good equipment and
exiierience the climber and seafarer uro
about as sale as the townsman at home.
—Fortnightly Review.
How to Learn Undo.
Do not fail to take advantage of th*
library. Begin a courso of good read
ing. Music is notorious for narrowing
one's mind, so resolve to counterbalanco
your practice with library work as well.
As to your practice, I would give you
this maxim, "Tho essential thing in
practice is to see exactly what is to bo
done in all it j details, and then do it
again nnd again with the greatest clear
ness, precision and energy."
When you lake up a now piece, notice
the key, tho harmonies, chords, scales,
fingering and general effects. One of
the first necessaries ia "concentration."
Develop self eritieiMn. "The thing you
cannot do is tiie very thing you should
make yourself do."
In practice begia where you left off
the day before. Connect your day's
work. Apply all your knowledge. Do
not try to do more than one thing at a
time. Bpend a good deal of time every
day flunking aliont what you are doing
and what you will do.—Edward D. Hale.
A Husy Cuban.
One of the notable women now in
j Chicago is Senora Eva Canel, who has
been commissioned by the chamber of
commerce of Cuba to make a report of
tho exposition for its use, and who is
besides the World's fair correspondent
of several Spanish and South American
periodicals. ScnOfa Canel is a novelist
and essayist and thu first Spanish wom
an who has ever edited a political paper,
having established a few years ago in
Havana and edited up to the time of her
departure from Havana to Chicago, La
Cotorra, a satirico-political weekly.—
Chicago News.
A Womun'l Vote.
Tlie" raluo of it vote, only a woman's
vote, was recently illustrated in a weat
iro town where women are allowed to
vote at school elections. A woman prop
erty holder of the town voted to pay cf»
tain school bonds instead of letting thet.-i
run, and the proposition was carried by
a majority of one, she constituting th.v 6
majority.—F.rcl>s!;i"«.
KXCUttMUIN •. .
■N< I»A VSA VKI) BY TA E IV.
/ Santa l'*e excursions to Kuii.-tn
EsfaMVwßpw' itv. St. Louis, Chicago, New York
andrVnton. Leave l,os Angeles every Wednes
day personally conducted through to Chicago
mid Boston; family tourist "leopers to Kansas
City and Chicago dully. Low rates and quieto
est time. OtHce, 139 V Sprins st. 7-. m
I)ll!l.l, IPS' KAST "BOUND EXCURSIONS—
Personally Baaducted, via Denver and Rio
Grande and kock Island routes; leaves CM
\ngelcs every Tuesday and Friday, crossing
the Sierra Xevudus and pas.s'.ng the entiie
scenery on the Kio Grand* by daylight. Otlice,
IUB S. Spring st. 7-1 v
I UDSOS * OO.'S EXCURSIONS EASt
fl every Monday via Rio Orande rou!«;
tli rough tourist sleepers to Chicago and Boston,
personally managed. Ottlco, *12 s. Spring
street, I.os Angeles.
Order to Show Cause Why Order ot
Sale of Kstate Should
Not He Made.
|N THK MTPERIOK COURT OF THE
1 County of tod Angel,'*, State of ( MiloMlflC J
Ui tic matter at the null of Don W. ( arltuuii
anil Lillian M. Carlton, minors.
Laura II- Carlton, guardian of the persons
and of the eetates of saiil minors, having Mcd
a petition herein duly verified praying for an
order of sale of real estate of said decedent,
for the purposes thervn set forth.
It Is therefore ordered by the saiil court that
all persons Interested in tne estate ol satd de
ceased appear before the said Superior court
ou Tuesday, the 14th day ol November, isi>:t,
at It) o'clock H.nt. of said day, at the court
room of said Superior court, iv depart
ment two thorenf. iv the court hou&c,
in said county ol Los Angeles state ol
Californln, to show cause why an order should
not be granted to tne said petitioner to sell so
much of the real estate of wild minors as shaLL
be necessary.
Ami I hat a copy of this order be published at
least four successive weeks in the l.us
Herald, a newspaper printed aud published iv
said county of I.os Angeles.
W. H. CLARK.
Judge ol the Superior Const.
Dated Oct. 13, 1898. 10-1U Tuujs. St

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