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Herai.p. It is cheap, bring' quick return-,
and places the advertiser in direct communi
cation w itli those he wishes lo resell.
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Persons wanting situations, help or wishing
lo rent, buy or sell property w ill do well to ad
vertise in THK IIEKALU
1 OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. :
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
A J,i REWARD l ot; INFORM V I lON THAT
Sh-MI-will lead tot ho whereabouts ol YUlllc
ffugtics, w ho left homo In baa Francisco about
September Ist; worked In vicinity of Fresno |
■Lout 2 weeks; has been set a in Bakorsneld
•lid Los Angelea: is 15 years old, blue eyes,
ligbi brown hair, fullness under eves, rather
awkward gait, weighs aboul 120 pounds; de
tention to be secured until communication be
had with W. 0. HUGHES, 2731! California st,
Sun Francisco. 11-I'wt
Tl YOU lIA VFw\ Nf~ PROPERTY' EOR SALE,
J to lease or exchange, I will guarantee to git
you customers quicker than any rtHl cstat?
deult rin I.os Angeles. I'm a hustler and not
here tor my health. Send, me your list. It
•on't cost you anything to do so. Hest of ref
erences. W. L. P., Box 005, Los Angeles post
office. iQ-80 «
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
company will slriclly enforce the follow
ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between
6 ami S o'clock a. m. it utl ti and S o'clock p. in.
For a violation of Hie abov, regulation the
water will l.c shut off inula M tie oi #2 will be
ibsrked before the water will be turned on
igain. 8- 7 tf
rpHE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STA TE
1 Loan ami Trust company are cnCkisod in a
■re-proof end burglar-proof vault, with lime
locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity;
alcoves attached tor the private examination
ef valuables, with writing materials; a young
lad\ in attendance. . 8-1 ti
"V NY ONE SUFFERING WITH A DISA-
J\ irreealile odor oi tbe feet t un positively be
permanently cured at a nominal expense.
Address HME. LORRAINE, P. O. box 665,
city. Satisfaction guaranteed; simple rune
dy; not injurious. 10 20 tf
Nl TICK TO HUNTERS—THE DOMtNGUEZ
shooting Club having secured the Cxolu
alvc privilege of shooting on Hominguea hike
anil Nigger slough, all persons arc hereby
warned against shooting or trespassing on
aaid premises. 11-17 3t
MEBM IN'SFEMALE PILES ASA SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for Immediate relief for
painful and irregular menses—from whatever
causes. For sale by FREEMAN .k CARPER, 102
N. Spring at. Price. #2 per box. r-9 ly
})RQT. SEE, MAGNETIC HEALER, 1 E>T
and prophetic medium: names iv' your
deatl ami living friends. Special attention lo
ell business affairs. Readings daily. 13m 8
Main st. if
1G TREE CARRIAGE" ~ AN 1)1"WAGON
works; all kinds of painting and rSMtring.
138 San Pedro st., between First andsei-ond
sts., Los Angeles. 7-0 tf
rpELEPHONE 489—T0 3. A. VI ll.ct T, ELBC
JL trie horse Clipper ; horses celled for and
delivered. 117 W inston street, opposite poat
oflice. 11-5 lm
t.-tor"houses"'to bent call on "
r BARNES A BABNESL
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
\ F. SI.OI'EIi, HOI'S!: .MOVER, OFFICE,
l\. 112 i snter place. l-1 ■"» tf
PEtRSOX" A 1,.
ROASTEdTiN
J aur giant coffee roaster. Javaand Mocha,
3 c lb; mountain coffee, 2*ic; germoo, -lie;
rolled rye, 1 c; li lbs rolled wheat, 85c; 10 lbs
corn meal, 15c; 17 lbs granulated sugar, $1;
in lbs betnis, 3Bc; 3 cans apricots, kbc; 3 cans
Iburatoes, 25c: 3 cans roast beef, 'sc; 3 pkts
mincemeat, 25;. extract beet, 25c; 4 bars
PinsmorS'S sttap. -sc; coal oil, sue; 3 lbs lard,
3'c: jiork lktWc; picnic hams, VM/0,
Economic STORES, 305 S. Spring si. 7-tF
"a young man RECENTLY from the
cast, who is on ihe coast for a pleasure
trip, desires the acquaintance of some Intelli
gent, refined and respectable young lady be
tween 20 and 20 years oi age; intentions
Strictly honorable; bestof references furnished
end desired; will rt main in Sonthern Califcr
iila lor at least six mouths: photographs ex
changed] letters returned if so wished. Ad
dress E. R. P., Box «0, Herald oilice. 10-33-tl
Vj Mir"sim^ons-~ r iTie greatest a"nd
.tl most reliable business clairvoyant, pa
tronized by the business men nnd women of
ttie United States. Past, pre cut anil future
told. The beet alcohol and magnetic rubbing
in the city; both invigorating aud beneficial.
Readings by mail, #2; -end lock of hair:
23ti' os, spring. 1 also have the Egyptian
lucky charms, never known to falX 1-1271
TJEItSONAL - MRS. PARK ER,~"cI7AIKVOY
-1 a lit; coiisuliuiions on business, love, mnr
riage, disease, mineral locations, life reading,
etc. 'fake University electric cars to Forrester
aye. and Hoover st., go west on Forrester aye.
3 blocks to Vine st.: second house on Vine
wesluf Vermont aye. B-30tf
I)EHSON AL RAl.i'll BBOS.—GOLD ~BA Ii
limit, #1.00; city Hour, 70*; granulated
Bin .ir, 17 li.s #1; brown Hugos] 20 lbs #1; li lbs
rolled oats, il&ej'sordiues, a poxe 25c; table
fruit, 3 cans 50c; Lion coffee, 25c lb; east
ern oil, Hoc: gasoline, Mlc; 2 lb con corned
biff, .sc: laiit, iliHndjc; 5 lbs, 50c. 00. S.
Spring st., corner .Sixth.
I i iSRSt >N A L—A G liX'i'LEM A N PAST 40,
1 with small income, would like to cor
respond wilh Uviy not ove r 35 with some
iiicuus. object, matrimony. Address, L. A.C.,
licruld office, !...x 20. 11-10 3'
TLA ARRIED LADIES' s\FEGI"ARD; . F ,T
-i* I enletl; no mciiicinc; no equal; money re
funded if not satisfactory. Bend 10 cents to
Ladies' NOVELTY < 0., Kansas city, Mo.
8-20 lim i
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KXtIUKfMONM.
\V '-' ~. i f INKl NK "AY SAVED ItY TAKING
IJTJ '■ '■• \<£. I ;: ) . St. lol:]-, I hieilgo. N:\v Yoli.
ami Boston, Eos Angeles every Wednes
day; personally conducted through to I ililcago
and Bosiou; family tourist sleepers lo Koiisoh
city ami Chicago dully. Low rates andquick
esttime. Office, 29N. Spring si. 7-. in
TJHILLIPS' EAST BOUND EXCURSIONS
.1 Personally condtictod, via Denver and Rio
Grande olid Rock Island routes; leaves i.os
Augeles every Tuesday and Friday, crossing
the Sierra Nevadas aud passing the entitc
scenery on the Rio Grande i>3' daylight. Office,
13S S. Spring st. 7-1 tf
JUDSON & CO.'S EXCURSK >XS EAST
every Monday via Rio Grande route;
th rung li tourist sleepers tol Tiicagonnd Boston,
personally managed. Office, '-12 s. Spring
t.t reel, I.ii . A li-'.'i' -.
CHY-IC'IAN*.
MRS, DR. j. H. SMITH, Mill
wifely. Ladle careil for during confine
ment ni 727 Bellevue avonuc. Calls promptly
Mtended to. Telephone 1110. 0-Btt
TaR. SI E I'l IE '• .■, MAGNETfC, HEALEK~ | ;
A* obestiy and nil tltseases ol either sex, es- j
Bocially those peculiar to lathes; hours, 0 to 5. t
UMli s. Spring st, Loj Augeles. 11-1 .in
ijr BLAKESLFE, M. D., RYE AND EAR. '
J?j» Lute of Illinois Eye nnd Ear Infirmary '
•ml Chicago Opthalinic College, oilice, 212., j
H. Broadway. R-2 if" I
TLM ISS. Hit WELLS OFFICE IN HER BRICK
lv| block, 127 E. Third .:. ,"i r'.ty, diseases 1
of women.
PATKNTS, I'.IPI tICUTK, SS'tfC
HAZARD A-Ti.'i. sSEX] . '.(c .M.i, DOWNEY
A 1 bloc:. Tel. !7. I.it.- ).,:.-le-. I 1-21 11
UONTIUU t'OHS.
tiONRAD SCHE '1 ::. ';tti mTn
/ ousaiid asphuit paving; 237 W. lirstst
RKLP WA NTRD —MALE.
FOR OUR DOOR
V' (name, plates, bouse numltcrs and signs;
rcc.dable in the jarkest night; #5 lo #10 per
day easily made in any territory: sample cases
free: w rite at once to Electric Name Plate com
pany, 00 Case st., Chicago. tf
' W ANTED - OKI;ANI 1.1 YE
ti men or women to organize lodges for
Sexennial League, a first-class fraternal and
j beneficial order. For particulars apply to L
a CUMMINS. D. S. P., State Organizer, room
j 7, 175 X. Spring st. 11-14 lm
!\Y A NTED- A LI. NEEDING HELP, Fit EE*
I I employment or any information, address
K. Nil TING EE'S BUREAU, established ISSO.
oilice. 31!> 1 ._, s. Spring st.; resilience, 451 s.
Hope st., corner Fiftii, l.os Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113. S-llltf
I.E'iTY, lIUM.MF.L~A CO., EMPLOYMENT
i I agents, 131- 33 W. First st„ Telephone 5011.
under the I.os Augeles National bank. Help
of all kinds carefully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-li tf
II\*"ANT X D — F E W ME N NOT AFHAIf>"~OF
i v* bant work, to learn business in which
| there is good money, small capital lequfred.
call between 4 ondfl o'clock, run. fei.ton,
, V.t\]i South Spring strcei. ' 11-IUSH
, pITY AND COUNTY~OFFICIA!. jrREE I.A
!\i bor bureau, 240 New High st. Telephone
i 1153; for cooks, waiters, household help, me
-1 chSltloa and laborers. W. A. WHITE, Manager.
11-10 tf
\\~AVI~F.D— A BAItBEIt AT 211 E. FIRST
II street. It |
v\ IM KP -AIiRNT*.
\ GENTS-SALARY Ol; COMMISSION. THE
greatest Invention of the age. The New
; Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil. Scllson
sight. Works like magic. Agents are making
from #25 to#i..'» per week, For further partic
ulars write the Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co. X 315
La ' 'fosse, Wis. IQ3I 1 111
VANTKtI SHI ' l lONS.
\V ANTED—SI'fuTTION BY COL
! TV oreti man, recently from Atlanta, lis.;
' w ill accept any kind of work to make an hon
j est living; wife and two children dependent
lon his labor; can give the In st of references.
j Address Wanted, box 40, Herald. it Utl
1 -IV ANTE©—SITUATION FOR MAN AND
it wife, either on a ranch or with a private
family: man hamly at any work, and woman
is a li'rsi-class cook; tioih'have la-si ol refer
ence, Address J. X., box 50, Herald oflice.
11-15 7t
A* - ANTED-sTfu ATION, BY THOROUI illl.Y
II reliable young man who lias had experi
ence in book-keeping, shor hantl ami type*
writng, and telegraphy. Good references.
F 11., StOl E. First st. 11-1H It
\T j AXTEII~IIOSTTFoX BY SOBER AND~IiK
ii liable man as bookkeeper, collector or
clerk: references. Address Reliable, box 40,
Herald offit c. 11 V 7l
ff LVtmi Ml si . I.L VNKOIIM.
WANTED— TO BORROW #2500 FOR ONE
year on :2 acres adjoining the city on
i the north; has 8000 blue gum trees on it four
year* old; will pay interest al loper cent per
annum on #l(i,iiOO: also #2503 on 40 acres ad
joining the Elvsian park, for two years: has on
it 1000 blue gum trees lour years old that will
pay 10 per cent interest per annum on #5iHH>:
also #2 00 on 31 acres, for three years, that
bus 4o;Hl blue gum trees on it four years old
i hat will pay 111 per cent interest per annum
on floOOO; ihe growth of tbe wood in a blue
gum grove is al least 20 cents per annum on
each tree, which would nearly doflable the
above estimate: also, for sale, six 111-acre lots,
Willi from 1200 to 'j/tOll four-year-old blue
gums on each lot: part pleach lot is valley and
part on the hill: the very best winter vegeta
ble land, comparatively clear of frost; one of
tbete lots w ill make a splendid home, w ilh an
Income now of #250 to #sih> per annum, tot ing
ot Ihe number of trees; a man may raise chick
ens, turkeys, hogs or cows without being dis
turbed by city ordinances; only three miles
from comer of the city: ajgopd road and in the
near future will be 'in demand for building
lots: will sell these lots at from #>fiO to #3'io
per acre, owing to number of tiees on each lot;
one-hail cash, balance on time as agreed on.
Apply to J. W. POTTS, owner, Sl<> Waterloo
street. 11-7 tf
\\' A NTED —BY A YOUNG M ARRLED
li coupie, two or three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; will be permanent if
sut \> factory arrangements can be made: some
private family having more rooms than neces
sary for themselves will And congenial com
pany with the advertisers; references ex
changed; central location preferred; stale
location, price, etc. Address PERMANENT,
Box 505, I.os Angeles. 10-23-tf
IVANTED—TO FUIIHIASE A Lof'w 1:-T
it of Eicueroa, north of Washington anil
cast of Alvarado-.also one west of Pearl, north
of Pico and east ot Alvarado; must be bar
i gains; no agents. Address W. L I., P. O. IJox
, 505, city. 10-25 tf
! \ A' ANTED--A - PARTNER - WITH #5(H)6~T0
▼ I invest in a paying project, iv which there
are no chances of loss aud protits large, party I
desiring to deal must furnish evidence of good !
character. Address D, Herald office, !>-23 tf
\\ r A NTKII— LISf "Yd! 7 R FIiOPERT VI t II!
Ii sale with inc. 1 havo buyers and am iv
want of lots, houses, acreage ami businesses
m all puns. HENRY .1. STANLEY, 242 s.
Broadway, next city hall 11-3 lm
nijANTED—TO ITllella'se A I.O'I~~-. r ol ITH
fI west; will pay from #400 to #l>00; must
be a bargain. Address W. L. P., P.O. box 505,
city. 10-22 tf
YITANTED—MAN WITH (8800 To PUR
-11 chase half interest iv a desirable inven
tion; fortune in it. Address E., Herald otlice
0-23 tf
ANTED—BY MAX AND WIH-J, 2 OR 3
ii furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
Address W., Box 50, this oilice. 11-lli lit
WANTS A MAMMA—A LOVELY (LITTLE
ii 4-year old orphan girl. Call mornings at
207 Wilmington st. 11-14 7t
AVXxTeD-A HORSE 'In USE Foil - ITS
yy keep. Address F. DYGERT, box 20, this
office, 11-15 5t
LOST ANI> FOUND.
T OST-OXrT'BAY TiOKSE"'aNmT DARK-
X-i brown marc, on Nov. 14th; ran away, two
front wheels of buckboard attached. Return
same to REQI ENA STABLES, bet. Los Angclet
and Main. Reward. 11-10 at
I^OUND— MARE cO j,T~i Lit I "iIT |iay7~ 1!
years old: white s]>ot on the fttrehead.
Owner can have same by paving clone s and
proving property at CAHOENGA HOUSE, Hol
lywood. Rene Blemicau. 11-173.1
T Os"T~~~UKIUT OCT. 30TTI, A~ LARGE
I \j Ijrown St. Heruard tlog; answers to the
I name ol "Souvenir, a raward of #5 will be
' pni'l for his return to the Pico Heigh:. Con
j vent. 11-15 5t
I OST— I>XE _ (.'()LII - » : ATCH AND CIIAIX;
\j initials S. A. on back of watch. Return
to OS,-, fluena Vista si. L?" I 'L'"lL_
ro ■ K\r bouhks
| ion RENT WHY PAY RENTT BUILI) 111:
[ 1 Eorelumber goes UP. You can-get a 5-room
cottage, nicely papered aud finished for ijtUOO.
Bee plana at henry j. BrAJ>LEY'S,
24'J S. Broadway,
Next Cilv hull. 10-1, 1 m
rrtOß RENT—LONG BEACH, FLYING FISH
[ 1 cottage, 0 rooms, Ocean aye., furuiabed;
loin •• st moms, bard finish, Chestnut si t,
fnruished. vVtil be rem ?d cheap for ihe win
ter. L. IJ. CUSHMAN, u»l W. First st. 11-14 tf
KENT—O-ROOM HOUSE. 3208. OLIVE
1 st.; just been put in lirst-class condition;
newly papered, painted, etc. BARNES .v.
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
piOB RENT—COMPLETELY FURNISHED
J house of 10 roo'tns, barn, etc; inquire No.
1131 South Hill, orof CALKINS ,t CLAPP, 105 i
South Broatlway. 11-4 tl
|70R BENT—A BEAUTIFUL NEW 5-ltoo.M
I cottage on the bills, eloae in; modern. A.
W. FISHER, 121 x. Spring st. 1 1-1 V if
rpo LET - FURNISHED FOR HOUBEKEEP-
I ing, smnii 3-room cottage close in. ftiquire
'-Hitii lan). 11 ,i ii
I'tiK HUN I— uy INS.
MONTANA HOUSE 750 UPPER MAIN; 63
furnished and unfurnished rooms, all
newly rente, ated. at very low rent, permanent
or transients: also nice bay window rooms,
nicely furnished, single and in suites, for light
housekeeping. jl-12 7t
pOR RENT—A PIEABANT ROOM WITH
1 board in private family for gentleman and
wile; nice location atid best table the market
cull afford. Address X. Z., Herald. 1111 If
pull HKNT-TlVo LARGE SUNNY ROOMS,
I housekeeping privileges: #1. a month.
320 lluena Vista si , near Temple. 11-1731
EM>B BENT \ LARGE FRONT ROOM WITH
1 bay windows at 718 S. Flower at 11-17 31
VTICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AT TIIE
i> Parker, 424 W . Fourth st. 10-24 lm
rpb LET-PLEASAXT FURNISHED ROOM,
i _21U' s 51 11-10 3t
FOX ICBCNI—MI . SLtANKOOS.
IJtOH BENT vIj"aLFA RANCHRB, STOCK
I ranches, orange ruuclies, ranches of all
descriptions n ■ ppcialty. List your ranches fur
sale or rent with K. I. CULLEN A CO., Minne- I
sola );i'ni|i| auric i~. 237 'V. first si. 10-2H-tf
A BsiTlt .CTS.
ABSTRACT \ND TITLE INSURANCE COM
puny of I.os Angeles, northwest comer
of Franklin and New High sis. m-17 if
LOS ANGELES TTERALr, FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 17. vm '
BARGAIN* IN KKAI. MWtfc
ESTATE SNAPS.
PERUSE THIS LIST OF BARGAINS.
THEY CAN'T BE BEAT.
ARE TOO LOOKING FOR A HOME OR AN
OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE MONEY?
THEN READ THIS LIST CAREFULLY.
THERE IS 810 MONEY IN EVERY ITEM
MENTIONED.
r:<OR SALE-fllOO— HOISE AND LOT ON
' Siebold si., Brooklyn tract.
93600 —House and lot, 7 rooms, on Jackson
! street.
$ 500—Two houses and lots on Jackson st.;
.5 rooms ouch.
#!)no l me lot on Brooklyn Heights, 50x250
1 feet; splendid location..
■SOU -Fine lot in Brooklyn tract; this is a
I splendid bargain.
I C3BOO- House and lot, Turner and Ylgnes
' sts.; tlii.s is a snap.
#1300—corner lot, Turner and Center sts.
it very one ol the above-mentioned are good
speculations. Don't lose auy time in seeing
them, lor they won't be on the market very
j long.
r,tOE SALB—4SBSO—#ISOO CASH, BALANCE
A one year at 10 |»er cent, house 5 rooms,
| pantry. Oath, closets, etc.; lot stfxl«V, to*>
I toot alley; on First-st. cable line, Boyle
t Heights, west vi power house; cement walks,
j hedge, dowers, c c.; no lawn, as it is a new
■ place: ti pressed brick mantels, gas, hot ami
cold water, porcelain bath tub; plumbing cost
| -s:t2s: room upstairs for 2 large rooms, but not
iinished; window shad OS ami linoleum go with
! bouse: Ibis is the biggest bargain ever offered
lathis ci y; the aboveta easily worth #3250 al
bust; it is a snap ami should be taken advant
age of at once.
I -vii: SAI.K (il! TRADE-IMS FOLLOWING
I properly in Nipoml, Ban Luis Obispo
counlv:
SAY. half of 10l 2, block 5. BO feet front.
S.W. part of lots 5 and 1, block 'J, on feet
front.
RW all of lot 1. block 3, 100 feet front.
W. ball oi 10l 4, block U, 50 feet front.
W. half of lot i>, bloc !; tl, 50 feet front.
Pari of lota SI nnd 0, block 3, 5 feet front.
In llutchniu A Cabtll's subdivision, lot 11,
block I, and lot 14, block 1; also lot 1J iv sub
division of 10l '-4, ami lo acres. The above
will be sold very cheap or exchanged.
\ 3O-FOOT BUSINESS LOT ON THE MAIN
street of San Jacinto, tbe business center;
this should be Miappeditt: just imagine, for the
small sum of #iioo. Also several resilience lots
in San Jacinto Irom #50 up. Alsoacreage west
of the town from 5150541 acre: nil clear of in
cumbrance.
■* 10 AND HO ACRE PIECES IN SAN JACINTO.
•> Buildings on some: artesian wells on all of
the property; also fenced; will be sold on Hie
most reasonable prices.
FOR SALE AT SANTA MOXsflA, "THE
Long Branch of the Pacific," a neat, new
modem cottage and lot 50x150; also several
good lots upon which houses w ill be built to
■tilt purchasers.
(2 - —FOR BALE—LOT ON SOUTH BRENT
si., near Temple: street graded; lot
lti, nlock 1!', I- A. Improvement Co.'s subdi
vision: this is a rare bargain.
FOR EXCHANGE-.; SMALL HOUSE AND
lot iv Larkln, Kearney county, Kan., Which
cost #1200: will trade tor I.os Angeles prop
erly or good ranch property worth #25u0 or
QBOOOl will pay cash difference.
liOR EXCHANGE—«O ACRES UNIMPROVED
in Kearney county. Kansas, about two
j miles from Hartland; will trade for Los An
geles county property. ■
r-Oli SALE—HERE IS SOMETHING GOOD
1* in Yisalia: Several lots, also bouses ami
lots, in the above thriving town, and a 12-acre
farm near tbe same place, with good build
ings; will stll al reasonable prices or trade;
would not object lo taking live stock (hogs or
cattle? in part payment. 1 have some Tulare
county properly which I will dispose ot on the
same conditions.
FOR SALE—THIS IS REALLY A BIG SNAP.
House of four rooms, lot 50x140, street
I graded, near electric cars. First-class locality.
Price, #1500; #000 cash, balance iv two
years.
rODGINO HOUSE FOR SALE OF 24 ROOMS,
j within :i'j blocks of the city hall; house
j elegantly furnished throughout, with ail mod*
em improvements; new furniture; best loca
tion ii the city; two years' lease; low rent;
will sell reasonable; all of the rooms are
rented:; gootl reason for selling. This is an
excellent buy.
FOR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT IMPROVED,
50x230, on Aliso street: house of four
rooms, bull, closets, marble mamle, hard lin
ished, etc., with outhouse; big yard; a bargain.
FOR SALE—ON MAIN STREET, NEAR
Fifth street; building and lot; size of lot
70x10$. Two story brick building, 70x70,
lour stores on ground tioor, 20 large rooms,
all rented to good tenants. This is a splendid
investment.
fTIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE--A TWO-STORY
r bouse of seven rooms oh Patton street be
tween Temple anil Bellevue avenue; iot 50x
ISO: all modern Improvements; burglar alarm,
Bai and electric bell.-: elevation 150 feet above
Main st.: line view: near cable line.
F'Oll SALE—ON HILL ST., NEAR EIGHTH
st., bouse, nnd jot 00x105, house of 11
rooms and-bath; rooms all papered: hot and
i cold water, eleotrio bells, etc. Everything of
tbe latest improvements; an elegant home;
tine lawn.
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR LOS AN
geles QOUUtV property, ten acres at East
Riverside; good land anil water; also barn and
small house.
{ OR BALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOS AN
. geles county property, house and lot on
Ihe corner of Third and G streets, San Bernar
dino; size of lot, 50x280; bouse, hard linished,
of live rooms, pantries and cellar; good barn
lor two horses, hay and wagon; good artesian
Witter.
ftOK SALE OR EXCHANGE — UXINCUM
bered Salt Lake city, Utah, property lor Los
| Angeles eounly property.
! fjtOß SALE—TWENTY ACRES OF LAND LO
i I" 1 cntetl near Downey: nicely improved;
I about ten acres in orange and deciduous fruit;
good house, barn, windmill and tank, alfalfa,
eucalyptus grove; this is a beautiful place for
• a perfect con.try home.
liOR SALE -100 ACRES FOOTHILL LAND
1 at East Riverside or will exchange for lx>s
Angeles county property.
S7VOR SALE—TWO NEW SIX-ROOM COT
f tages, baths and closets on K. 28th st., 100
feet from Main street; cement sidewalk; size
of lots, 50x125; w ill sell at #21150 each.
ADDRESS "P. L. \Y.," BOX 50, HERALD
oilice. nnd 1 will call ami see you. I'm
too busy Io have an office. Time all tHken up
"rustling" Use hug aud exchanging property
from Alaska to Florida and Maine lo Califor
nia. Best of reference. If not satisfactory,
don't deal with me. 11-10 tf
jyolt SALE
LOT ON
WIN FIELD STREET,
NEAR ONION AVE—#37V
Street graded, cement walks; must be sold
al once. ODEA A BA Kit,
11-4 tf 103 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—THIS IS REALLY A BIG SNAP.
House of four rooms, lot 50x140, street
graded, near electric cars. First-class locality.
Price, #1500; #11 0 cash, balance in two
years. Address, BARGAIN, box SO, Herald
office. • 11-3_lf
«i I HH.-^ ol * SALE-NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE
.Tl'lUiF on Victoria street; monthly pay
n,. ills #15. ALLISON BARLOW, !t:.7 West
Second st. 0-21 tf
REA I) MY AD. IN BUSINESS OPPORTUNI
-tics. B. WHITE, 221 W. Firsts!. li-12 tf
yoK SAI.K CITY PI.OI'KKTY.
"T daMS, ROUSE A "MEEK IN , 207 WEST
XX Second street, have eastern Income pay
ing and farm properly to exchange for Los An
geles clfv and county properly, orange groves,
alfalfa and corn lands. Desirable btisinossand
residence pniift-rllcs In the city. Deciduous
fruit oreharVls. irrigated lands in all direc
tions, suitable for all tbe varied products of
this climate. We will be pleased to show you
these propertlesand give you tbe benefit of our
experience in locating you in the right place.
11 12 tf
OPECIAL BARGAINS FOR A FEW DAYS—
IJA large line turner on E. Seventh, near
Main; 110x190on Figueroa, near Washington:
four beautiful lots (in a block) 50 yards from
Atlams aud elect ricosrs on Hoover, very cheap.
G. 0. EDWARDS, 2311 W First. l»_-17_3t
I /OR SALE—LIST YOU It PROPERTY FOR
1 sale or rent wilh K. P. i ELLEN A: CO.,
j Minnesota Headquarters, 2 17 West First st.
10-1 II .
PROPERTY OF ALL KINDS SOLD AND
exchanged. B. W HITE, 221 West First sr.
I 10- 5 If
I niSS OatSt—COONTKY FBIIPSKTV.
rHEAP RANCIIEB- ALFALFA, DAIRY AND
hog ranch, 12 miles from Los Angeles
I comprising 125 acres: 70 acres In alfalfa: good
bouse anil buildings, wilh or without live
stock, cheap 5o acres alfalfa lands 3 miles
from Compton. 20 acres, tiardena, small
house, etc., #2n0,1. IO acres near Anaheim tn
soft-shell walnuts, bearing, $1750. li, C ED
WARDS, 230 W. Fir-t. 1117 31
I /Ol! BALE SN A I'; #02(111: 31 ACRES I>F
choice land; no alkali; 80 acres ln winter
apples ami pears, in full bearing: S-room
house, large bam, siablc. windmill end tank;
water biped; artesian bell, 10 miles from city;
will lake part in trade; must be sold. JOHN
L. PAVKOVICH, room 15, 211 W. Firsl.
11-15 5t
Vj-iOR SALE—4O ACREB FIRST-CLASS Al/-
Mia or Stock ranch, only about io miles
from the city ami nl'ur Downey: good water
right for irrigation: good new house and large
barn; price only tfUUUtI; actually worth (4000;
ii this is not a bargain, what is it. NOLAN a.
SMITH, 2'JSW Second. 11-13 71
itaor Sale"-T7o - ackes kink <ikange,
I vine or olive In nil, adjoining the cclebn: led
Vache wincrv al Brookside, near nedlands;
tills is the very choicest laud In that neighbor
hood iv the market; all or pur:; price,sl2,3oo;
terms easy. For particulars sec A. i. GoLSH,
1475. Broadway. 8-30 'f
|SOR SALE - SNAP: #2500 :8« ACRES
r choice alfalfa land; no alkali; water right
deeded; 4-room house, baric 2l> acres iv corn,
crop valued nt 640 ; 8 miles from ihooitv;
best bargain in the county. JOHN L PAVKO
VICH, room 15, 211 W . First. 11-15 51
! "fOO It SALE - FIRST-CLASH DECIDUOUS
r fruit lands ai panic prices; $25 per acre,
with one iocs) of water lo ,» acres; #7i per urn
cash, bulanee on time at 0 per cent inieresi.
t all at on.v and sec HUBBARD A LOVE, l-O I
s. Springs!. 11-10 if
| "MIR SALE-SANTA MONICA PROPER I'Y :
r line new modern house, choice lot; pries,
$1500: easy payments. Have other good lots.
W ill build* lo suit customers ROBERT E.
JONES, Bank of Santa Monica, Sauia Monica,
Cel. 10-20 1 in
I'OK SA LE —Fl NE™n"ESIDENCE I'ROI'EKTY
I in i'asadena; rents for #: 100 per annum;
nets over 111 per cent: t he best bargain In the
county. K. P. CULLEN tit CO., Minnesota head
quarts rs, 237 W . Firsl >t. 10-20 1 f
I -.OR BALE—-SNAP; $1800; 25 ACRES OF
t choice land ii miles from city; I ncru bear
ing oreliard ; small house, trees around; frost
less bell. JOHN 1.. PAVKOVICU, room 15,
•J. 1 W. EirsL 11-15 5t
I /OR SALE-LIST YOUR "PROPERTY" FOR
*• sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN A CO.,
Minnesota headquarters, 237 West First st.
0- 10 tl
I /OR SALE— S ACRES CHOICE LAND NEAR
1 the city. E. S. VAN DOREN,
10-1 tf 304 VI. First st.
HE A D MY AD. IN Bl SINFSS OPI'oRTU 5£
.lly B. Willi E. !2I W. Hist st. I 1-12 tf
i-ok a 'ti-i--t.iv*. sroeg.
SALE AT WESTMINBTER
BtobleS, 110 and 112 E. Founll St., Los
Angeles, on Thursday, Nov. 23, .St) ', at to a.
m., of 25 beat! of young, sound and city-broken
horses, consisting of gents' roadsters, tamily
surrey, delivery ami general-purpose horses,
and all will be sold without reserve; the stuck
will be open to public Inspeetionon and after
the 2Jd at the Westminster Stables. LEHMAN
& X AST ENS, Managers E. W. NOYEB, Auc
tioneer 11-177t
hOK M »iK -M 1--C1.1.1 A s KOI >.
> jlfTir SALE— MIXING OUTFIT, CHEAP FOR
1 cash, including new wagon specially iit-
I ted out with water casks and other imple
ments. Inquire al rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson
block. 0-24 tl
1/ OK SALE - \ GOOD 3-SKATKD FAMILY
V t-Hrriiige, or will exchange for a good sur
rey horse. COLLINS' STABI-iE, 414 N. Ala
meda i,t. 11-14 6t
T/OR S.U.E-7COO VERY FTSE SOFT-SHELL
I* 1 walnut trees. R. M. FULLER, 3 miles
north of Rivera, Calliornia. 11-11 7t
1/OR SALE—A GOOD SURG EON'S OPERAT
ing chair. Good sewing niacin,:cs, #5, #10,
#25. 451 S. Spring st. 11-12 7t
ITiOR SALE—A S-SEATfjORREY AND HAR
1 ness, nearly new. 11. B. ADAMS, 11 2 Com
mercial st. 11-15 31
I/OR PA PER 4 IN QUANTITIES
X losuil at this oilice.
FOR KXIIItNUE.
exciiang E—two"" COTTAGEsT" at
Boyle Heights, worth #25011, and cash, for
house and lot southwest; so acres gooti olive
or lemon land ami cash for house and lot in
this city; 120 acres good fruit land, with
water, al Monte Vista, for Improved city prop
erty; two-slorv bSrilding, with store and 15
! rooms, stable, etc., on Workman st. for house
and lot southwest. Sec F. A. HUTCHINSON,
213 W. First st. 11-11 tf
T/OR EXCHANGE — FOR EASTERN OR
X I Northern California income property, 20
acres iv this city, covered with full bearing
trees; desirable for subdivision; makes 100
lots; has street ear and electric light. REIDA:
CO., 120 W. First at 10-25 tf
I /OR EXCHA NOE—LEMON TREES Fo i;
: acreage; will plant out and attend to
tbem. Apply, s. 11., box 373, Redlsudi
11-lii l-i.
TO ..M.IS,
TA V E~H UNTER,'"\TTOR N El' AT-I.AW,
Bryson-Boucbrake block. Telephones*lB.
Practices in all Ihe courts, state and federal.
7-1 tf
A GOODRICH, LAWYER - 1 4 DEARBORN
• street, Chicago, 111.; 20 years' experience;
secrecy; special lacilities in several stub--.
Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states, in
press. 0-4 tf
JOHNSTONE JONES, ATTtTItNEY-AT-LAW,
fl No. ti, Law building, 125 Temple street,
near court house. Tel. HIS. ixis Angeles, Cal.
11-12 tf
HDNSACKXR & GOODRICH, IitWVERB,
rooms 103 and lot, Philips block, confer
spring and Franklin streets. Telephone I .20.
7-0 tf
J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT
.• icntiou given to the settlement of estates,
115 West First st 4-0 tf
\\'M. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Vt room 3, Allen block, Temple and Spring
si reds 2- 1 It
■ISSN is
1881—Established -ISS2.
DR. L W. WELLS CORNER SPRING AND I
First streets, Wilson block; lake elevator !
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. m-4 tf
DR. S. TOLHURBT, DENTIST, lOS'.j ti.
Spring street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless
extraction. 0-20 tf
DIE PARK' R, DENTIST, REMOVED TON.
E. cor Spring and First sts. lot!) If
JfiRANK STEVENS, 324', SOUTH SPRING ST.
open .-ii ii day and even ing by electric light.
>l I Sll'AL
I \NGi.I.Es'c(INSEI;\- CIUI'.Y ill .Ml SIC
\j and Art-; open nil the year. MRS. SMILY
J. VALENTINE, president. V.M.C.A. building,
Broadway and Second sts. 8 14 ly
BANJO BY MISS M. E. As'lili'BY; 5 AND 0
stringed taught. Studio 51; take elevator
by People's store, Phillips block. 11 12 ly
V\\ ILLHAKTITZ," MUSIC STcTko, lt<7<)M
. A, Crocker builtling, 212 s. Broadway,
. S'Jillf
a chi rate s.
REEVE, ARCHITECT. EB
-tubiishetl for the last 10 years in Los An
geles. No. 127 West Second sL 1 2li ly
CII. BROWN. ARCHITECT, 1325. BROAD
. way, between First and Sccoiul. H7 If
Kits,
\n f:tropolitan steam dye works, 211
..11 Franklin st; tine dyeing and cleaning.
1- 13 tf
I • ARIBIAN DYE WORKS, 875 SOUTHMAIN
I street; best dyeing ill Ihe city. 1-13 tf
UHIKIIMIiiI -I. ." "~
M" lis C. STAFFER CHIROPODIST AND
masseuse, 211 W. First St., Opp. Nadeau.
12 24 tf
/ •
UCSINKSS OPPOKTI'rIITIKB.
jior sale--by b. warrs. r> "'
if 150-Branch bakery unit notion store with
two nice living rooms.
$200—Fruit store, receipts #15 dally, good
horse, wagon, etc.
$226—W ell located restaurant.
$350-Bakery with oven.
$330— cigar store, clears #80 monthly.
MOO -Candy factory well located.
IClOtal ( orner cigar store.
#450-Restaurant, receipts $40daily.
#35U0 .saloon niagntllcentlv lilted up with
14 rooms attached; v rsi-class place.
$.1500 .Largest milk route and dairy tn the
county, 0 I head of stock, 4 good wagons, clears
over iH.ihi a'montb; HO days trial allowed.
Lodging bouse of 10 rooms elegantly fur
nished only JSSOO.
Country property,city property, cheap lots,
bouses and lots, for sale and exchange, £19 >
to #311,000. Apply to B. WHITE, 221 W. First
street. 11-18 If
I,'tlH SALE—IOO B AUG A INS IN LODGING
I lionscs.
411 Rooms, #330<). | .lit Rooms, $2SOO.
tit! Rooms, # IIMI. It! Kooms. I|MA(I.
20 Rooms, #1000. | •J l KiHims, #1500.
44 Rooms, #'J(KKI. . 1 1 Rooms, #700.
1V" Rooms, $ 121 Ml. 10 Rooms, #000.
■JO RtKMto., #12(1 j 24 Rooms, #Si)o.
Cash payments or trade; call: fee list in of
fice. J. WALSH .V CO., 3115.. S. Spring St.
ii-.vtr
I I/oR SALE-#4000; ONE OF THE MOST
; I popular ami best-paving boot and sliou
] stores on Spring street: ibis place Is long es
' tahlishcd and has always been very prolita
: hie: failing health Isotilv reason lor selling.
NOLAN ,v SMITH, aits VV. Second. 11-17 If
J/OR SALE-GROCERIES, BAKERIES, RES
-1 tnurnnis, hotels( butcher shops, cigar, Sta
tionery, notion stores, lodging and boarding
bouses: many others from #1110 to #;i(IOO. IN
FORMATION BUREAU, ll ll 1 , Sou h Spring
st., ltd Ward Nittiuger, manager. 11-S2ni
Fj-lOR SALE OR EXCH ANGE-FOR CITY
' property, # stock of goods or live stock; a
small bouse and good lot In Lakln, Kansas;
will pay oasli difference. ROBERT F. .mines,
Bank ot Santa Monica, Santa Monica, Cal.
10-.0 into
(Tir SALE - $50(1 ( uTaR, CANDY AND
stationery store; average #12 per day: rent
#15 per mouth; living rooms furnished; don't
tail to see Ibis bargain. J. WALSH & CO.,
I Hus'jS Spring st. 11-11 tf
1/oR SALE --LIVeWsTAB/.E, DOING HOOP
*" business: best location in Ihe city; will not
deal it; roueb agents: price according to arson lit
pfatoek taken by buyer* Address X, Box 50.
Herald oflice. " ' IQ--I vi
rpRE I.OS ANGELES DIRECTORY OFFICE
i ksepa a complete list of all business for
sale or exchange. Pnrties desiring to either
buy Of Sell will consul; i heir best interests by
1 applying at otlico. Oils'. Broadway, S-!)
I IOU .SALE- SI OCX OF GROCERIES AND
' tixlurcs in Pnsudeita can tie bought at a
liberal discount for cash: thia ia a bargain, in
quire of OKR li.Willi SON, care of Howell A:
Craig, 138 8. Los Angeles st. ' 1-17 3t
I Si > R S Ai7E~A~~ GOI ID-PAYING G HOCERY
business on Spring St.; good location ; will
sell ut invoice. Inquire of HOWELL A- CRAIG,
lifts Los Angeles St. . 11-17 ;it
|7*©B S.\Lr>-~NIcSLY FURNISHED LODG-
V ing house oi Hi rooms; best locution;
#7511, by A. C. GOLSH, 147 s. Broadway.
11-15 tf
C'IOOD PAYING I'AIRY BUSINESS, I LOSE
Jtocitv; clcaring#KKl a month. STKFETER
A & Broadway. 10-1 tf
1-OK SALE—BLACKSMITH SHOP AT 480 s.
" Broadway, doing good business; call and
gel particulars. 1117 7t
X OtIC A 1 lON* It,
JOS ANG ELESBUSINESS COLLEGE
j AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL
(Incorporated), 144 South Main street.
Largest and bj-st equipped business training
school on the const, thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
instructors, jiay and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call al oilice, or w rite for elegant
catalogue. E. F. BHRADER, President: F. W\
KELSEY, Vice-President; 1. U INSKEEP, Sec
retary.. U-10 ly
rpHE WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, AT
X present located in Illinois Hall, corner
Sixth and Broadway, will remove Nov 20th to
its oiil quarters in the Stowell block, 386 South
Spring. The college rooms will be renn deled
and refurnished witli elegant new turnitureof
the latest design, catalogue free. HOUGH A
FELKKK, Proprietor*. 5-4 ly
/ - IRES' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL 410 W.
"I Tenth st-; Miss Parsons and Miss Den
nett, principals; collegiate, academic, prepar
atory and primary departments: afternoon
classes for latlies; private instruction given.
li-'J
CA BA DE ROSAS, EROUBEL INSTITUTE,
Atlams st,, cor. Hoover st., wiil open all Its
departments Tuesday, Oct. 24. For further
particulars apply to' Mlts CAROLYN M. N.
ALDEN, SOO W. Atlams st. 9-27 tf
QCHOOLOF I'll YSIf AL~TRAINING—OWING
it to t lie tire in the Stowell block Miss Alfrey
will receive pupils ami applicants at 2ao' a S.
Spring, room 20, until lurther notice.
8-30 tint
lOSI OS ANGELES FfHOoL OF ART AND DE
j sign, Chamber of Commerce building.
Branches, Pomona College and Buelld avenue.
Pasadena 10-2!)-3m
A 6TBURY SHORTIIAND, TYPEWRITING
iV and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store. Phillips* block; send for cata
logue. 111-12 12-ni
CHORTHA N D ANH TYPEWRITING — HEST
~ advantages. LONCI.EY INSTITUTE, Spring
and First st.-. j-7 t-f
UARKER SCHOOL" OF EL*OCUTION AND
X Dramatic Expression, -155 S. Broadway.
l"-! 4 li
FINANCIAL,.
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY,
(INCORPOHATED).
Loans money in any amounts on all
kinds tn collateral securities, dia
monds, jewelry,sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Al-,, on pianos, iron and
steci safes, ami professional libra-
Erie.-, without removal: and on fur
niture iv lodging, boarding houses
and hotels, without removal. Par
tial payments received. Money
quick, 'business confidential. Pri
i ale office for ladies.
W. E. Hia.Root, Manager,
8-20 ly Rooms 2, 3 £4, 114 S. Spring st.
ONEY TO LOAN OR DIAMONDS. JRWstU
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, ilve stock.
I carriages, bicycles nnd all kinds ot personal
i and collateral security. LEE BROS,
I- 18 jy 402 S. Spring st.
MONF V TO UIAN ON~ GOOD SECURITY.
ANDERSON, 211 w. First st. 11-11 lm
TO LOAN #2511,110 » AT l> PER CENT NET.
Apply to JOHN E. PAVKOVICH, loom 15,
211 We-i'l-irsl 11-11 tf
M ■IMPMIS.
IJROE. '.EE. TEBI AND PRI ipH ETlo'me"
1 ilium, w ill give free spiritual readings for
j a few days, 13H Mali: l. I l-! 5 71
Notice luvittßg ProatsflsVb for rhe
Kuriiisliiiiu; ot fire Alarm Ap
pi'Htns (of the City of Los An
sjelt's.
i
I O BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
; by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a. in.
lof Monday, November 2 lb. 1803, for the pur-
I chase of one eight-circuit repeater, one cight
clrcull switch board, eight galvanometers, six
printers, four gongs, ten non-interfering alarm
( boxes, with the privilege of the purchase of
such mi additional Dumber as the city may
requira. In accordance with soecifications on
Hie in tin- oilice of the undersigned.
Bidders will submit with citch proposal a
! certified chock to the amount of o per cent of
the total amount fif their proposal payable to
tbe order of the Undersigned, as a guarantee
that tile bidder will enter into a contract in
conformity with hia bid if awarded to him.
Council reserves the right to reject any and,
all bids.
By order of the council ol the city of I.os
Angeles at its meeting of November Oth, ISO 3.
C. A. LUCKENBACH.
II- 9 19t City Clerk.
Notice of Street Work.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 on M..:abty. the Both dayofOct,, A. D. ISO 3,
the Council oi the city of Los Angeles did, at
its meeting on said day, adopt au ordinance of
intention, numbered 1803 (new series), to
have the following work done, to-wlt:
First —That a cement sidewalk 0 feet in width
be const ructed along the west side of
PASADENA AVENUE
From the northwesterly corner of Pasa
dena incline and Wells street lo the
southerly line of Koster street; (excepting
said portions of such street between said
points along which a cement or asphalt side
walk bus been i*i ois t rue It'll and accepted,) saiti
sidewalk to be constructed in accordance with
Specifications on Hie in the oflice of the city
clerk, said specifications being numbered
twelve.
Reference is hereby made to the said ordi
nance of intention for further particulars.
I). A. WATSON,
Street Superintendent.
By F. C. lUnnon, Deputy. 11-17 Ot
Notice of street Work.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN THAT
on Monday, the : Oth day of Oct., A. 11. ISO 3,
the Council ot the city of Los Augeles did, at
its meeting on sold day, adopt an ordinance of
intention, numbered lisfK) (new series), to have
the following work done, to-wlt: *
First—That said
BELMONT AVENUE
in said city from the northerly line of Temple
street to the southerly line of Bellevue avenue,
including all intersections ot streets, .esecpt
ing such portions of said street anil Intersec
tions as are required by law to be kept in order
or repair by any larson or company having
railroad tracks thereon, ami also excepting
such portions as have already been graded,
graveled ami accepted), be graded and graveled
in accordance with the plans and profile on
tile in the office of the city engineer, and
specifications on tile In the office pi the city
clerk of the city of Lis Angeles for graveled
streets, said specifications being numbered
live.
Second Thai a cement curb ho constructed
along each line of the rondwa, of said Belmont
I avenue from the north line of Temple
street to the south line of Bellevue avenue,
(excepting along such portions of the
line of said roadway upon which
a cement or granite curb has al
ready been constructed and accepted', In ac
cordance with specifications in ihe office of
theclty cletk of said city for constructing cc
, mcnt curbs, said Specifications being numbered
twelve.
Third—That a cement sidewalk four feet in
width lie constructed along each side of said
Itelmont avenue from the north line of Tem
ple street to the south line of nellovue avenue,
(excepting such portions of said street bet ween
said points along which a cement or asphalt
sidewalk has been constructed and accented,)
said sidewalk to be constructed in accordance
with specifications on file In the office of the
city clerk, said specifications being numbered
twelve.
Fourth—That a public sewer lie constructed
slongaaid Itelmont avenue from a point oppo
site to n point 35 feet south from southwest
corner of Belmont and Bellevue avenues to the
sewer manhole now constructed al the Inter
section of Belmont avenue and Temple street
and across all intcrsectloifs of streets, 'except
iugaloug such portions upon which a public
sewer haa been constructed and accepted, to
gether with manholes, lampholca and flush
tanks. The sl/.u of said sewer shall be: Eight
Inches iv internal diameter and
be constructed of salt glazed vitri
fied pipe, brick, iron and cement, all of which
shall be constructed in accordance with the
plans and profile on flic In the office of the city
engineer and speclllcations on rile in Hie office
of ho city clerk, said Specifications being num
bered fourteen.
Thedistnet lo lie benefited and to be assessed
to pay the total cost of said sewer, is hereby de
clared to be all lots ami lands fronting on said
sewer.
Referen-c Is hereby made to the said ordi
nance oi intention for further particulars.
D. A. WA I'SON,
street Superintendent.
By F. C. Hanson, Deputy. 11-17 SI
Notice of Sale, of Bonds.
PURSUANT TO A REB iLUTIOS OF IHE
I board of directors ol Tip on irrtgil.on dis
trict, duly given and made ou the 7Hi day of
November, A. I) 1-IKi
Nolle • L hercb/ . ,v.-.i that said hnirl of
directors will soil to tne hlgnest aud belt bd
dor tbe second issue of hoods of aa d
irrigationdlsiiict lo the am mm of if'JO.OJ '.
bearing interest at the rate of 0 pjr ceiu per
annum, payable semi-annually, on the first
days of Jauuarv and July of eacu year ou the
pieseat-itlon ot the interest coupons at the
office cf the lie tsurcr of said distr.ct.
Said bondi are issued by too boatd of diiec
tcrs of Tipton Irrigation district la accordance
with and by the aulhorltyof an act of the eg
! Islalure of the atate of California emitted • Au
act to provide for tho organization and gov
ernment of irrigation dtatricia and to provide
tor Ihe acquisition ot water and olber property
at d forth, distribution of water thereby for
irrigation purposes," approved March 7, 1887.
Sealed proposals and bid-tor the purensseof
said bonds will be received by Hie said biard
I of directors at their office in Tiptou, county of
Tulare, stale of California, and may lie ad
dressed to or left Willi U. Will Klindera. tha
i secretary of said board atTiploa, C*l ,at any
I time alter tbe date ot this notice, aud until 10
I o'clock fl. m on tbe Oth day of Decemb r. A. D.
1893, at wnieb time and place tne aaid aale
will be made.
Said bonds will bi each of Ihe denomination
iot f2OO, and will be utguiable In orm and
will Ci.nforni in all reaped* lo the requirement
: of said act.
The board of directors reserves the rlgbt to
| rejictanv or all bids.
Bids must be sealed and addressed to the sec
' retary of said board, and indorsed: "Proposals
I for Tipton Irrigation D strict Bonds."
Hone by order of the boar i of directors of
Tipton Irrigation district, Nnvemter7, 1808.
J. M. BOARD. President.
G. Wtt.L KI.INQ«nA, Secretary 11-17 231
AN EXCITING EXPERIENCE.
And When It Yt'aa All Over tho Station
Agent Mended Things.
At a way station on tho Louisville and
Nashville one winter the station keeper
had an exciting time. It was midnight,
and the station being iv a deserted part
of the country bud lieen left by tbe loaf
ers. It began to rain. The station keeper
was not sleepy and determined to sit up
a greater part of the night, especially as
he had an unusual sum of money in his
cash drawer, and he felt uneasy about it.
Robberies of stations and farmhouses
down the lino had been frequent. So he
settled himself down to a vigil. As he
felt hungry he took a can of cove oysters
down from the shelf and set it in the
stove. A moment afterward there was
a knock at the door, and ho admitted a
cold, drenched tramp, whom he allowed
to lie down by the fire* Just then a train
came around the bend, and the station
agent stepped outside to display the go
ahead signal. He felt distrustful of the
tramp and feared that he would fool
with the money drawer. As the train
i passed ho hurried into tho room and hud
I scarcely opened the door and seen the
! tramp standing by the stove with some
thing glistening in his hand, when there
was a report, and tho agent felt a sting
ing sensation over his eye.
Although blinded with blood from the
wound, he drew his pistol and fired five
times into the room. He then dashed
round to the rear of the station aftd hid
under the platform. After an hour's
time he crawled out, resigned to the loss
of his money and thankful that he had
escaped with his life. The room was
dark; the fire was out. Tho tramp had
evidently escaped with his booty. Sor
rowfully the agent lit a match, but
instantly dropped it when a startling
i sight met his eyes. He lit another one,
! found a candle and gazed about at the
j scene of desolation.
The lamp had been shattered by a
■ bullet. A cheese had been perforated
with two bullets. The room was filled
with smoke from the stovepipe, which a
fourth bullet had perforated. Strangest
of all, the room was filled with cinders,
and oysters frescoed everything. Oys
ters, oysters, oysters, cove oysters. The
agent gasped and realized it all. The
can had remained in the stove too long,
and being sealed up had exploded from
the steam when the tramp poked the
fire. Of course the tramp skipped when
the shooting ooxnmenced. The casli
drawer was intact. A piece of tin was
found near the door, where it had re
coiled off tho agent's face. The agent
spent tho remainder of the night in
mending tho stove door,—Louisville
Commercial.
The case of Abram Agnillar, char-fed
witb sending an obscene letter through
the United States mails, was postponed
yesterday by Commissioner Van Dyke.
He will have a hearing next Tuesday.
Strength and Helath.
If you are not feeling strong,and healthy, try
Electric Bitters. If "La ttriple" has left you
weak and weary, use KlectWc Bitters This
remedy acts directly on liver, stomaob and
mduoys. gently aiding those organs to perform
their functions. If you are afflicted with sick
headache, you will nnd speedy and permanent
relief by taking Electric Bitters One trial will
convince you tbat tbis is tbe remedy you need.
Large bottles only 80c. at C F. flelnzcman,
druggist and chemist, 222 N. Main street.
ORIGIN OF YACHTING.
CHANGES IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF
VESSELS IN 300 YEARS.
Evolution In the Popularity of the Sport.
The Flrat International Ilace Wm Be
tween English and Dutch Vessels.
Charles II Among the Earliest Patrons.
The term "yacht" is derived from the
Danish word "jaght," meaning' a chaße;
hence yachting is the chasing of one ves
sel after another, and accordingly yacht
ing mid yacht racing are synonymous
expressions.
A yacht is and alwajs has been essen
tially a pleasure craft, nut in the early
days no yacht of any size existed. Thin ,
we find iv writer in 1700 referring to a -
yacht as "a small ship built for swiftness ,
and pleasure rather than for merchan
dise or warlike tervice." History does
not toll us where, when or under what
circumstances yachts were first bnilt,
hut it is certain they aro of ancient ori
gin and were only owned by royal per
sons and great nobles. Tiio latter fact
receives corroboration from an ancient
but carefully compiled dictionary of sin
gular words, where a yacht is described
as "a pleasure craft of not more than
100 tons for the king's uric."
Tho earliest mention of a yacht in this
country was us far back as the Anglo-
Saxon period, when King Athelstan re
ceived from tho king of Norway a pres- ...
entof a magnificent state barge, rigged
with purple sails and decorated with
wrought gold, ciueen Elizabeth, we
j know, frequently used a state barge,
, and so havo successive sovereigns to thia
day. It is curious to relate, aud goes
far to show tho primitive nature of our
early resources, that while foreigners
were able to build yachts their example
was not followed in this country till
1588, when the first English yacht was
constructed at Cowes and launched
from that port.
But while 15SS may bo fixed n.s tho
commencement of yacht building in
England.it cannot be said that doting
the next half century much progress was
mado with the newly acquired industry.
Indeed, had it not been for Charles 11,
it is prohablo that tho trade would not
have been established for some time to
come. King Charles, however, was very
fond of sailing, and the Dutch East India
company setvh the view of gaining royal
favor, prc*!T:ed him with a small sloop
rigged vessel. The advent of the foreign
built vessel evidently stimulated native
talent, us we find Evelyn, in his diary of
Oct. 1,10P.1, writing, "I Boiled this morn
ing with his majesty in ono of Ins yachts or
pleasure boats, vessels not known among
ns till tho Dutch East India company
presented that curious piece to tho king."
But the king was not only a yachtsman;
he waj nlso a designer, and drew the
lines of tho Jamie, a -5 tonner, built at
Lambeth, and raced her against tho Be
zan, n small Dutch built vessel belong
ing to the Duke of York.
Tho course was from Greenwich to
Gravesend and back and tho prize £100,
which was won by the Bezau. As tho
Bhips wero designed and constructed in
different countries tho rftoe may fairly
claim to havo possessed an international
character, while from tho fact that tho
royal owners steered their own boats it
was clearly an amateur match. Unfor
tunately with the death of Charles II
came another lull in the history of yacht
ing, and it was not till early in the eight
eenth century that any real revival look
place. During this long interval, how
ever, yachting had gradually become a
more democratic amusement, and tho
sport of kings had descended to the level
iof commoner.-'.. Cork lurbor became a
| favorite yachting ground and during
j the summer months was crowded with
diminutive pleasure vessels. Indeed, so
popular did the sport become that in I*2o
the Cork Harbor Water club was formed
to encourago yacht racing., Tho club ul
timately developed into what is now the
Royal Cork Yacht club. Here, then, we
have the first authentic attempt at organ
ization in tho yachting world.
A few yearE later tho sport came into
favor in the south of England, aud Mait
land, in his "History of London" (1739),
refers to sailing as ono of the amuse
ments to be met with on the river
Thames, while later still (1801) Strutt,
in his well known work on "Sports aud
Pastimes," mentions the existence of a
society consisting of certain gentlemen
who gave a silver cup to bo sailed for
annually in the vicinity of Loudon. To
ward the close of the eighteenth century
Cowes became the favorite resort of
yacht racing, but still tho contending
vessels were of .small size, none being
over 35 tons. It was not until the foun
dation of the yacht club, afterward the
Royal Yacht club and now the world re
nowned Royal Yacht squadron, that
yachting in this country may fairly be
said to have established itself as a na
tional sport, and even then (1812) tho
number of yachts afloat only reached 50,
all told. But from this time tho popu
larity of yachting rapidly grew, and club
after club followed in quick succession.
—London Times.
Paid the Farmer For His Trouble.
A farmer in China, Me., recently heard
smothered squawking in his henhouse,
and 'twas midnight. Whet, he went out,
ho found the henhouse door ajar, and
sounds indicated that the intruder was
still within. Therefore the farmer
slammed the door, bolted it and posted
himself outside the henhouse until morn
ing did appear. Then ho looked in the
window and discerned a neighbor, who
came contritely forth and paid the farm
er $28 for time, loss of Bleep, etc. Still
fieople say there is no money in farming.
—Lewiston Journal.
First Glass Windows.
The first glass window in England was
one put in the Teltrom abbey in the year
680 A. D. Glass windows did not come
...to general use for many hundred years
afterthat date. As lateas 1577 the glass
casements of Ainsworth castle were regu
larly taken down and packed away
whenever the owner and his family
went visiting.—St. Louis Republic.
The 3-year-old eon of Jailer l.erjnon
was picked up on the railway tract yes
terday half a mire from his home. The
child became lost and was brought to
the police station. Imagine the officer's
surprise on finding his boy brought in
to him bb a lost child. *
Wagon umbrellas, summer lap ousters, Foy's
Old reliable saddlery house, 315 N.Loi Augeles.

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