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HPstOIAL J»OTIOBS. j7V"rew ar d form form atTo n tha r Jp-H I will lead to the whereabouts oi Willie Hughes, who left home in Ban Francisco about Pel.lember Ist; worked in vicinity of rrosno about 2 weeks; hns been seen m BsMrsOeia and Los Angeles; is 16 years old, bide eyes, light brown hair, fullness under eves, rulher awkward gait, weighs about 125 pounds; de tention to be secured until communication be had with W. G. HUGHES, 2730 Callfprda at., Sun Francisco. H-_ 10 n _ IF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY FOR SALE, to lease or exchange. 1 will guarantee to get Sou customers quicker than any reul estat; ealer in Los"Angelea. I'm a bustler ainl not here for my health. Send me your list. It won't cost you anything lo do so. Best oi rei erenees. W. L. P., Box 505, Los Angeles post office. t"-- 1 ' " NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER company will strictly enforce the follow ing rules: The hoursforsprinklingare between « and 8 o'clock a. m. und 0 and 8 o'clock p. m. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off und a fine of $2 will he charged before the yyater will be turned pn egaln. ' 8-17 " THE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF TIIE STATE Loan and Trust company are enclosed in a lire-proof and burglar-prooi vault, with time locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity; alcoves attached ior tbe private examination of valuables, with writing materials; n young lady in attendance 8 ' 1 _ _ ESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC monthly medicine torimmediate relief for painful and irregular menses—from whatever causes. For sale by FREEM IN _ CARPER. 102 N. Spring st. Price, $2 per box. n-!» ly TCiIG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON Xj works; all kinds of paintingand repairing. 128 San Pedro st., between First and Second sts., Los Angeles. . rpELEPHONE"4B(I-TO .T. A. WILCTJT, ELEC JL trie horse clipper; horses called for und delivered. 117 Winston street, opposite post office. 115 lm TTOME FOR CHILDREN-GOOD CARE, Jl good education; charges moderate. Ad dre.-s MME. LESCL'RE, 203 Bloom -t. 11-22 71 1~-tOR HOUSES TO RENT CALL ON I BARNES ,v BARNES. 10-1 tf 227 W. Second st. F. SI.OPER, HOUSE MOVER, OFFICE, . 112 ( enter place. 1-15 if PKBBONAL. I )Kl;SO^\i^^)l ? F_E, FRESH ROASTED ON X our giant coffee roaster. Java nnd Mocha. SSe lb; mountain coffee, 25c; germea, 20c: rolled rye, li c; 0 lbs rolled wheat, 25c; 10 lbs earn meal, ise; 17 lbs granulated sugar, $1; 10 lbs beans, 25c; 3 cons apricots, 25c; 3 eons tomatoes, 25c: 3 cans roast beef, 25c , 8 pkts mincemeat, 25c; extract beef, 25e; 4 bars Dinsmore s Soap. 25c; coal oil, 80c; 3 lbs lard, 8«c; pork 12Ue;. picnic -hams, 12', v. ECONOMIC STOKES, 305 S. SpltjOg St. 7-tl_ IJKRSONAI.-MItS. /l-ARKl'lir CLAIRVoy" snt; eonsultatlorp on business, love, mar riage, disease, mineral locutions, life rending, etc. Tuke University electric tnrs to Forrester aye. and Hoover st., go west, on Forrester aye. 3 blockii to Vine st.f second bouse on Vine west of \'eriuont aye.' 8-30 tf ■ BROS.-GOLD BAR J flour, $1.00; city flour, 70e; granulated suaor, 17 lbs 81; brown sugar, 20 lbs $1; H lbs rolled oats, 2Sc: sardines, 5 boxe< 25c; table fruit. 3 cana 50c; Lion coffee, 25c lb; east ern oil, 80e; gasoline, «0c; 21b can corned beef, i&c; lard, 10 lbs 03c; & lbs, 50c. 00* S. Spring st., corner Sixth. T )ERSOXA ■C- MISS KATE LAMPMAN, THE X celebrated little trance, test and business medium, will give sittings daily; test circles, Tuesday and Friday evenings. S. Spring. 11-21 21 AItRIED LADIES' SAFEGUARD; PAT ented; no medicine; no equal; money re funded if not satisfactory, Send 10 cents to LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City, Mo: 8-20 Om ESPECTABLE LADIES OR GENTLEMEN wish to marry, address MRS. COYNE, P. O. 134, city. 11-10 7t FOR RKNT-eOTJSF.S. T7IOR RENT—LONG BEACH, FLYING FISH X' cottage, 0 rooms, Ocean aye., furnished; bouse 8 rooms, hurd finish, Chestnut street, furnished. Will be rent.'d cheap for the win ter. E. B. Ct'SHMAN, 304 W . First St. 11-14 If I"MJR RENT—NICE 0 ROOM HOI'SE~NEAR the corner oi Second and Olive, about three blocks from this office; parlor all of the furniture forsale; rents2s pel month. NOLAN 11 SM [TH, 238 W. Second. 11-21 3t 1-"(> R RENT -f>- ROO M HOUSE, 320 s7 OLIVE 1 st.; just been put in first-class condition; newly papered, painted, etc. BARNES „ BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf riVo LET-ON HOPE ST., NEAR TEMP I v7\ X pleusuiit rooms; price only $15 per month ; only 5 minutes'wblk from the court house. NOLAN it SMITH, 228 West Second. 11-20 ii V-sOR RE NT-COMPLET ELY FURNISHED house of 10 rooms, barn, etc; inquire No. 931 South Hill, oroi CALKINS „ CLAIM', 105 South Broadway. 11-4, tf T-o in - RENT NICELY FURNISHED COT- toge, 8 roonis, i ac block from postofflce, for $25, Including piano. FLOURNoY, 1 _-s Broadway. Il rfd ß RENT-A BEAUTIFUL NEW 5-ROOM JT eottnge on the hills, close in; modern. A. W. FISHER, 121 N. Spring st. 11-17 tf FFfj 1.1-fI—FURNISHED FOR Hi it'SEK KEP- J ing, sinull 3-room cottagecloso ill. Inquire 210 S. Broadway. 11-811 FOlt KKKT-KOOMM. IJSOR RENT"NEWLY-FURNISHED ROOMS 'for light housekeeping; also one furnished room suitable for one or two gentlemen or man and wtie. 830 Buena Vista at.; one-half block from court house. 11-19 7t T.-lOR - R E N PLEASANT ROOM Willi X board in private family for gentlemanand wife; nice location and best table tin* market can afford. Address N. Z., Herald. 11-11 tf I~ poll - RENT — PARLOR BEDROOM AND ! kitchen furnished ior housekeeping; close In. 328 S. Dili. 11-21 St TkTH'EI-Y FURNISHED RtHJM~AT I'llE 1> i'urker, 124 W. Fmirth si. 10-24 lin KKNT-MI«I)KU*NKOIJB. TpOK RENT ALFALFA RANCHES, STOCK X ranches, orange ranches, ranches of nil descriptions a specialty. List your ranches for sale or rent with K. p.VIT.I.EN ,y CO., Minne mlu licndi|n:;lters. 2117 W. First St. 111-211-lf MtlßUti Al. T OS ANi.El.ES'conservatory OF MUSIC X> end Arts; open nl! Ihe year. Mils. EMILY J. VALEN TINE, president. V.M.C.A, building, Broudwuy und Second sts. ft 14 ly WLU.HARtITZ. MUeIC STUIiTbrEoOM • A, Crocker bulfdfng, 212 s. Broadway, S 21) 1 DXMK* ami 111 lIRIIB, ißrtopt iltPa nlto'amT 7iTw7im<>nnT Franklin st, fuiduyuuig end bleaalhg, _ 1-iilti PARISIAnTiyY - WORKS, . 7.-TfSOUTH MAIN streei; di em|: n. lie city. l-l-i :;' A HUTU < trtit. ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSLiiiANCE COM pany of Los Angel is, uorthwest corner T4 tun,... ajid uii;n ats. m-17 v HK_P WA NTID—MALIC. ivT^K^Saii^s^n voix^ovß~ iwoß 1» (name, plates, house numbers and signs; readable in tbe darkest ntght; $5 to $10 per day eastly made in any territory; sample eases tree: write at once to Electric Nome Plate com pany, 00 t'ase St., Chicago. tt \tj ANTED - ORGANIZERS — COOD LIVE ' v? men or women to organise lodges for Sexennial league, a first-class fraternal and benetieißl order. For particulars apply to L, ".CUMMINS. D. S. P., State Organizer, room 7, 17ft N. Spring »L 11-14 tin ■trET ANTED—ALL KB* DING HELP, FREE TV omplovmcnl or any information, address E. CTITINtIER'H BUREAU, established 1880, office, Sltl'j s. Spring st.; residence. 451 8. Hope si., cqrncr 1* Ift It. Los Angeles, Cat. Telt phone 11.. 8-10 tf \\ t antedT\ few active - m~en Wild I M can give references and bonds, if re : quired; permanelit and profitable employment • will be given the right parlies. ( AI.I !•"(il: M A Mt'll'A.. INVESTMENT CO., 121 W. Third st. _______ 11-23 tf etty, lit•TilifEi7ir~coT"Fl\iTi7)VMent agents, 131-138 W. Firstst , Telephone 50.), | under the Loa Angeles National bank. Help of all kinds earcfully aeleetcd and furnished. Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-ti If CIITY _ ANmPc.OUNTY~OFFICIAL FREE I.A -j bor bureau, 240 New High st. Telephone 1153; for cooks, waiters, household help, me elianies and laborers. W. A. WHITE, Manager. 11-lQtf j AGENTS- SALARY OR COMMISSION. THE greatest invention of the age. The New i'atent chemical ink Erasing Pencil. Sellson ! fight. Works like magic. Agents are making from 828 to BIM per week. For further partlo ulars write the Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co. X 315 I.n Crosse, v is. 10-;tl lm WAHTSD-SITD »TIONS. "IX7 ANTED—SITUATION BY A YOUNG COI. tv ored man, r.eently from Atlanta, Go.; will accept any kind of "work to make an lion - : est living; wife and two children dependent on his labor; can give the best of references. Address W anted, box 40, Herald. 11 14 tf -1 \ V A N TEI >--SITU ATI ON FOE .MAN AND It wile, either on a ranch or with a private I family; man handy at any work, and woman is a first-class cook; both have best of refer ence. Address J. X., box 50, Herald office. 11-15 7t XX * ANTED—SITUATION BY AN EXPERI -ll eneed dressmaker; original designs; gives perfect fit; wedding trousseaus a s[iecialty; will go out by day. Call at L'pliam block, room 5, 307'j W. Second st. 11-19 7t \A T AN:tED—POSITION' - BY A THOROUGH ti double-entry bookkeeper; highest testi inonials anil references; salary. $50 per month Address Bookkeeper, box 40, llernlif offlce 11-21 3t ANTEP—BY A GOOD COOK, POSITION in small family, to do entire work: In the City; will work by the day. Address or cull nt 508 S. Main st. ' 11-2881 tl' ANTE D-POSITION BY SOBEpTTn DB E~ il liable man as bookkeeper, collector or clerk: references. Address Reliable, oox 40, Herald office. 11-17 71 TETANTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS COOK, l'O II sition in hotel, restaurant or ranch. Call or address C. LOG AS. HI4 Daly st. 11-22 21 WASTSn-MISCSLLANKOOs. WANTED— TO "BORROW $2500 FOR ONE year on 82 acres adjoining the city on the north; bu-s 8000 bine gum trees on it four years old; will pay interest nt 10 per cent per iiiinum on $10,uO(i: nlso $2509 An 10 acres ad joining the Elysian park, for two years: has on it 4000 blue gum trees four years old thai will pay 10 per cent interest per annum on $5000: also $2 00 on 31 acres, for three years, that tins 4000 blue gum trees on it four years old that wilt pay 10 per cent interest per annum on $5090; the growth of the wood in ti blue gum grove is at least 20 cents per annum on each tree, whieli would nearly double the above estimate: also, for sale, six 10-aere lots, Willi from 1200 to 2500 four-year-old blue gums on each lot; part of each lot is valley and part on the hill; the very iiest winter vegeta ble land, comparatively'clear of frost; oiie of these lots will make a splendid home, with an income now of $250 to $500 per annum, owing to the number of trees; a man may raise chick ens, turkeys, hogs or cows without being dis turbed by city ordinances; only tliree miles from center of "the city: a good road nnd in the near future will be in demand for building lots: will sell these lots at from $|s<) to $;pio per acre, owing to number of trees on each lot; one-half cash, balance on time as agreed on. Apply to J. W. POTTS, owner, Slti Waterloo street. 11-7 If TXT ANTED —BY A YOUNG MAltit IK 5 il couple, two or three furnished rooms for light housekeeping; will be permanent if satisfactory arrangements can be made; some private family having more rooms than neces sary ior themselves will find congenial com pany with the advertisers; references ex changed; central location preferred; state location, price, etc. Address PERMANENT, Box 5115, Los Angeles. 10-23-tf A NTED—TO ~ PUROH ASK~A LOT~~WEST il of Figueroa, north of Washington and ens! of Alvarndo; also one west of Pearl, north of Pico and east of Alvarado; .must lie bar gains; no agents. Address W. I* I*., P. 0. Box 5115, city. 10-28 tf VI-ANTED—A PARTNER WITH $5000 'D > II invest in aiiaying project, in which there are no chances of loss end profits large. Party desiring to deal must furnish evidence of good character. Address D, Herald office. 9-23 tf XI • A NTE f>—LTsT YOUR PItOI'ER'n FOB Il sale with me. I have buyers ami am in want of lots, houses, acreage and businesses in all parts. HENRY J. STANLEY, 242 S. Broadway, next city ball 11-3 lm WANTED - TOPURCHABE A LOT SOUTTT west; Will pay froms4oo to $000; must be b bargain. Address W. L. P., P.O. box 808, city. 10-22 tf XI-ANTEf)—MAN WITH $2500 TO PUR iI chase half interest ia a desirable Inven tion; fortune in it. Address E., Herald offlee 9-23 tf "1"I T ANTED—THE READE~RTO~TAKE BATHS >> at 221 W. Fifth st.; price, 15c 11-21 ill LOST AND rtillXl), lObTI ObT—STRAYED* OR STOLEnTfROM _ tore near Random, 1 bay marc, tt years, branded X on left shoulder - siie Iswiilifoal: also a black cult, 3 years, branded on left hind leg. Return same to PAUL BE UNA 1., black smith shop on Aliso street, and get reward 61 $10. 11-22 7t I" OST—DARK BROWN SHETLAND 1 'ON V, j about 4 feet in height: clipped; roach ed: white star in forehead; white on inside of right hind foot above hoof: $5 reward lor re turn to ALBERT M. STEPHENS, 133 S Hill street 11-10 if ost—Package from hai.L's pasade nn express, containing cloak and cape, Tuesday, Nov. 21. Finder please return same to HerHlii otliee and receive reasonable ieward. 11-22 3t I OST -LADY'S PURSETiN DOWNEY BLOCK \j or on North Main st. Finder will please leave same at room \X% Downey block and re ccivc reward. 11 KUVUATIIINAL, AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL. (Incorporated), 11 1 South Main street. Largest and best equipped business training school on the coast. Thorough and practical courses iv the commercial, shorthand, type writing, telegraphy, assaying ami all English branches. Large, able and mature faculty of instructors. Day ami evening sessions. Terms rcnsonnble. l ull nt office, or w rite for elegant catalogue. E. F, BHKADER, President: F. w. KKI.SEV, Vice-President; I. L. INSKEEP, Sec retary. 8-18 ly TsHE WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, AT present located in UllnolS Hull, corner Six 111 nni! Broadway, will remove Nov. 20th to Its old quarters in theStowell block, 22ti south Bpring. The college rooms will be remodeled nnd refurnished with elegant new furnltureof the latest design. Catalogue free. HOUGH 6 FKLKER, Proprietors. 5-4 ly SCHOOL FOR PHYSItMITTRAININt; WILL return to the Stowell block, 220 K. spring, December Ist. classes for children, misses and unit runs. Department of elocution. For particulars address mi.-s norma alfrev. 8-80 Ora / 'I It LS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL— 410 W. \J Tenth st.; Miss Parsons and Miss Den nen, principals; collegiate, academic, prepar atory und primary departments; afternoon classes tor Indies; private instruction given. 11-2 Ci ASA DE ROSAS, FROCBEL INS'UTCTE, I AdamS si., cor. Hoover st., will open ull its departments Tuesday, Oct. 24. For further particulars apply to MRS. CAROLYN M. N. ALU EN, SOU W. Adams st. 0-27 tf JOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF ART AND DE> _■ sign, Chamber of Commerce building, branches, Pomona College and Euclid avenue. Pasadena 10-28-3 m CiIIOIITHAND AND TYPEWRITING—BEST k_> advantages. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, Spring und First sts. j-7 t-f PARKER sTriobL~<lF ELOCUTION AND I Dramatic Expression, 455 s. Broadway. I' -14 if ' PATENTS, GOrllU(ia>li ETC. I | AZARD A 'I'l iWNSEND, ROOmI), XX block. J'al. i 0.7. !_. „~u«l_a. 1 1-9 A tf LOS ANGELES HERALD* WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 2X. U'OS B •KIiAINS IN RKAL KStITS. i | J^ EAL ESTATE SNAPS. PERUSE THIS LIST OF BARGAINS. THEY CAN'T BE BEAT. | ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOME OR AN * OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE MONEY? THEN READ THIS LIST CAREFULLY, THERE IS BIG MONEY IN EVERY ITEM t MENTIONEP. UOI PALE—SIIO0 —HOUSE AND LOT ON . X Sicbold st., Brooklyn tract. fStfOO—House and lot, 7 rooms, on Jackson , street. . , $;500-Two houses and lots on Jackson st.; B rooms each. $000 Fine lot on Brooklyn Heights, 50x250 leet: splendid location. $Goii Fine lot in Brooklyn tract; this ls a splendid bargain. 89800—House and lot, Turner and \ lgncs sts.; this is a snap. $1300—Comer lot, Turner and Center sts. Every one of the above-mentioned are good I speculations. Don't lose any time in seeing them, lor they won't be on the market very j long. T-IOR RALE—S2SSO-$l5OO CASH, BALANCE X one year at 10 per cent, house 5 rooms, pantry, bath, closets, etc.;, lot 50x110, to 20 -loot alley; on First-st, cable line, Boyle Heights, west of power house; cement walks, hedge, flowers, et.: no lawn, as It ls a new place: 2 pressed brick mantels, gas, hot and j cold water, porcelain bath tub: plumbing cost I $1125; room upstairs lot 2 large rooms, but not finished; window shades nnd linoleum go with ! house: this is the biggest bargain ever offered iin thiscl y; the above is easily worth $3250 at ' least; it is a snap and should be taken advant age of at once. pOR SALE OR TRADE THE FOLLOWING X property in Nlpomi, Son Luis Obispo county: s.w. half of lot 2, block 5, 50 feet front. B.W. part of lots 5 and 1, block 2, 5o feet front. s. w all of lot 1. block 3, 100 feet front. W. half of lot 4. block li, 50 feet front. W. hali oi lot 11, block (i, 50 feet front. Pan ot lots 2 and 8, block 3, 5 feet front. In Hutcliain A Cehlll'ssubdivision, lot 11, block 1, ami lot 14, block 1; also lot 13 in sub division oi lot 24, and 10 acres. The above will be sold very cheap or exchanged. V 2O-FOOT BUSINESS LOT ON THE MAIN street of San Jacinto, the business center; this should be snappedat: justimagine, for the small sum oi $000. Also several residence lots in San Jacinto from $.i 0 up. Also acreage west of the tow n from $150 an acre; all clear of in cumbrance. f> 10 AND 20 ACRE PIECES IN SAN JACINTO. it Buildings on some; artesian wells on all of the property; also fenced; will be sold on the most reasonable prices. FOR SALE-AT SANTA MONICA, "THE Long Branch of the Pacific," a neat, new modern cottage and lot 50x150; also several good lots upon which houses will be built to suit purchasers. dh X -n—FOR SALE—LOT ON SOUTH BRENT 3N)«HJ st., near Temple; street graded, lot It!, block lit, L. A. Improvement Co.'s subdi vision: this is a rare bargain. FOR EXCHANGE—A SMALL HOUSE AND lot in Lurkin, Kearney county, Kan., which cost $1200: will trade for Los Angeles prop erty or good ranch property worth $25l)0 or $3000; will pay cash difference. I-iOR EXCHANGE —80 ACRES UNIMPROVED X* in Kearney county. Kansas, about two miles from Ha'rtland; "will trade for Los An geles county property. 1-10R SALE—HERE IS SOMETHING GOOD in Visalia: Several lots, also bouses and lots, in the above thriving town, and a 12-acre farm near the some place, witli good build ings; will sell at reasonable prices or trade; would not object to taking live stock (hogs or cattle) In part payment. I have some Tulare county property which I will dispose of on the some conditions. FOR SALE—THIS IS REALLY A BIG SNAP. House of four roomß, lot 50x140, street ! graded, near electric cars. First-Class locality, i Price, $1500; $t>oo cash, balance in two years. TODGING HOUSE FOR SALE OF 24 ROOMS, j within blocks of the city hall; house j elegantly furnished throughout, with ail mod ern improvements; new furniture; best loca tion in the city; two years' lease; low rent: I will sell reasonable; all of the rooms are rented:; good reason for selling. This is an excellent buy. TT'OR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT IMPROVED, r 50x2311, on Aliso street; house of four rooms, boll, closets, marble mantle, hard fin ished, etc., with outhouse; big yard; a bargain. I -tOR SALE—ON MAIN STREET, NEAR ' Fifth street; building and lot; size of lot 7()xlli.i. Two story brick building, 70x70, four stores on ground floor, 20 large rooms, nil rented to good tenants. This is a splendid investment. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A TWO-STORY house of seven rooms on Patton street he -1 tvwen Temple und Bellevue avenue; iot 50x 1511: nil modern improvements: burglar alarm, gas and electric bells; elevation 150 feet above Main St.; tine viewj near euble line. FOR SALE—ON HILL St, NEAR EIGHTH st., house, and lot tiOxlu's; house of 11 rooms und batli: rooms all pupered; hot and cold water, electric bells, etc. Everything of the latest Improvements; an elegant Home; line luwn. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOS AN geles county property, ten acres at East Riverside; good land and water; also barn nnd small house. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOS AN geles county property, house and lot on liic corner of Third and G streets, San Bernar dino; size of lot, 50x280; house, hard finished, oi five rooms, pantries and cellar; good burn for two horses, hay and wagon; good artesian water. I/OR SALE OR EXCHANGE — UNINCUM bored Suit Lake City, Utah, property for Los Angeles county property. F-lOR SALE—TWENTY ACRES OF LAND LO -1 cated near Downey; nicely improved; about ten acres in orange ainl deciduous fruit; good house, barn, windmill and tank, aliuliu, eucalyptus grove; this is a beautiful place for a perfect country home. T7»OR SALE-100 ACRES FOOTHILL LAND X at Easl Riverside or will exchange for Los Angeles county property. FOR SALE—TWO NEW SIX-ROOM COT toges, baths and closets on K. 28th st., 100 feet from Main street; cement sidewalk; size of lots, 50x125; will sell at $2050 each. ADDRESS "P. L. W.," BOX 50, HERALD otliee, and 1 will call and see you. I'm too busy to have an office. Time all taken up "rustling" in se.ling and exchanging property from Alaska to Florida and Maine lo Culiinr'. nia. Best of reference. II not satisfactory, don't deal with me. 11-10 a SALE LOT ON W INFIELD STREET, NEAR UNION AYE- $375. Street graded, cement yyalks; must be sold at once. ODEA & HA Kit, 11-4 if 103 s. Broadway S_l*> ftl ta 1 k — FOX SALE, A BLOCK OF 21 large-size and very desirables residence lots a little west of I'eurl between Seventh und Eleventh streets; lots nil level and will double in value in one year. Price, $12,000. Here is a speculation. NOLAN A; SMITH. 228 West Second. 11-20 tf I FOR SALE—THIS IS REALLY A RIG SNAP. House of four rooms, lot 50x140, street graded, near electric cars. First-class locality. Price, $1500; $0 O cash, balance in two years Address, BARGAIN, box 80, Herald "JBua, m-a M FOR NtM lll'V PROPKRTT. ADAMS, RtSufjiTeTMIJEKINS, 12117 West Second street. 10 aerea S»n Fernando, In licarlng budded oranges, lemons and olher fruits, under Irriga tion; easy payments: $3000. 37 acrea at Cerrltos station, ISO aerea In al falfa, 0 aerea In fruit: rleb soil with water; would make fine poultry ranch ; s i.,no. tiOxUII, west side Union are.: good 7-room house; lioi anil cold water; closets In every chamber; piped for gas; electric hells; modern eonveniencea; cement walks; good barn; dow ers, shrubbery; $3700. 50-foot front, south side ('linion; good s room bouse; nice home;cement walks; garden, lawn, fruit, flowers: $|81K». 22 acres 9 miles from city; 12 shares good water right; good 4-room hard-llntshed house; eornerlh; oho ken corral; small orchard; No. 1 land for alfalfa anil grapes; cash, $2200. t . ; 11-19 tf •afc 1 •l-'n-FOR SaTTeTa - !!KAt' TIF I'I. NEW "p I _,»Mr modern-built 5-room residence,with baiii, etc.. on large lot in southwest part of the city, on Tweuiv-ihird street, near ilie Univer sity electric line: price only $1250 for three days; this la a snap NOLAN A SMITH, 11-22 at 228 W. Second St. TT'OR" SALE BARG.UNsdIOI SEs7 F $050 -8 rooms, near car line. $1100—5 rooms; close In. $1200 -0 rooms; near car line. $1000-5 rooms; nearcar line. E. S. FIELD, 139 South Broadway. 11-19 tf SALE- A NEW MODERN HI'ILTS-ROOM X residence in southwest part of city, nenr Twenty-third street and convenient to the University electric line. Price, $1300. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 Vi est Second. 11-20 tf (?>OR SALEdIsT YOUR PROPERTY FOR ' sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN A CO., Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West Firstst. 10-1 tt SALE -NEAR WESTLAKE PARK, FI.NF \X ly located lots, $350 to $8 XI each. EDWIN smith, 115 s. Broadway, 11--2 lm Houses" for"sale on building and loan plan. A. HARLOW, 227 W. Set ond. OtHce hours 12 to 2. 11-22 tf I)KOPEKTY OF .\XI7~KINDS SOLD" AND exchanged. R. WHITE, 221 West First s . 10- 15 If READ MY AICIX BUSINESS OPI'OKTUNI nes. B. WHITE. 221 W. Firstst. 1-12 1 1 FOB S ILK —COUNTRY PKOPJCRTY. ITill SALE 800 ACRES CHOICE" W'ALNI T X land iii lots to suit; irrigation not needed; 11 miles from the city. 700 acres of dairy and hog ranch; produces fine corn, grain and alfalfa; 10 fields: every thing complete; easy terms; 10 miles from the city. 000 acres choice corn, alfalfa and vegetable land in lots to suit; 11 miles from city. 180 acres choice orange and lemon land. Choice ranches from 3000 to 48,000 acres for colonization. CITY. 83000-Handsome home on Thirty-first aud Fig ueroa. lot large, bargain. $2500 8-roora cottage, Bonnie Brae. $2500- 8-room house, Temple street. $ 5(H)—l2-room house, handsome, I.ovel-ce. $1500—0-room house, new, Trenton street. $3000-5-room eottogc, Georgia Bell. $10,000—Beautiful home, Figueroa, $1300— 5-room house, Douglass street. People at a distance can safely invest through us. "Do as we would be done by," Is our motto. HILL & CO., 11-12 tf snn&wed 139 South Broadway. NO FROST IN"bURS! The Alamltoe I-and Co. now ABOUT offers in tracts from 5 acres up the THIS finest winter vegctabhHand in South- P'llME em California; soil a rich sandy loam; LOOK water in abundance; location excel- OUT lent: view unsurpassed; price $150 FOR per acre : terms one-third cash. FROST ' E. B. CUBHMAN, Agent, 11-22 tf 304 W. First st._ ,2 1 -—FOR SALE—«OOO ACRES OF GOOD ep If) land suitable for large stock farm, only a few miles from Los Angeles: price asa whole only $15 per acre, or w ill sell in tracts of InOO acres and upwards, (Juite a portion of this land is ash' good for most kinds of fruit. NO LAN ,v SMITH, 228 West Second. 11-20 tf I ! A— W R SALE—ABOUT 1000 A CUE 8 epDVI good land near Riverside suitable for any kind oi fruit, with good water right; a small fortune in it as a speculation for sub dividing into small homes; price only $00 per acre. NOLAN iv. SMITH, 228 West Second. 11-20 If ©T»7\d'Olf SALE-200 ACRES VERY FINE "■PUIP land only a few miles from the city; 11 acres in apricots; some alfalfa and corn on the place; about > 2 of this tract is the finest nat ural alfalfa lainl in the county; price only $00 per acre. NOLAN A SMITH,22B West Second. 11- 20 tf OR SALE — 170 ACRES FINE ORANGE, vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated Vache winery at Urookside, near Redlands; this is the very choicest land in that neighbor hood in the market; all or part; price, $12,500; terms easy. For particulars see A. C. tioLSH, 147 s. Broadw ay. 8-30 tf V-OK SALE — FIRST-CLASS DECIDUOUS JT fruit lands at panic prices: $25 per acre, with one inch of water to 5 acres; $5 per acre cash, balance on time at 0 per cent interest. Call at Once and see HUBBARD A LOVE, 8. Spring st. 11-10 if —tiJjrjsA—FOß SALE—A BEAUTIFUL 10 - navel orange orchard at On tario, 0 years old and in bearing: price only $0500. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 West Second. 11-20 t I7<6R SALE—FINE RESIDENCE PROPERTY 'in Pasadena; rents for $2100 per annum; nets over 10 per cent; the best bargain in the county. K. P. CULLEN .v. CO., Minnesota head quarters, 237 W. First st. 10.29 tf sale—list "your propertyfor JT sale <>r rem with K. P. CULLEN * CO., Minnesota headquarters, 237 West First st. 9-10 tf TTIOR SAI,E—O ACRESMMIOICE LAND NEAR X the city. E. S. VAN DOREN, 10-1 tf 304 VV. First st. T)EAD~MY AD. IN BL SINESsTTTpPOKTCN- Iv ily 11. WHITE, 221 W. First st. 1 1-12 tf JFOR BALK-LIVK STOCK. VUCTION SALE AT WESTMINSTER Stables, 110 and 112 E. Fourth St., Los Angeles, on Thursday. Nov. 23, so ,nt 10 a. m„ ol 25 head of young, sound and ciiy-liroken horses, consisting of gents* roadsters, family surrey, delivery aud general-purpose horses, and all will be sold without reserve; the stock w ill be open to public inspection on and after the 22d at Die Westminster Stables. LEHMAN .v. KA ST ENS, Managers. E. W. NoYEst, ."tuo tioneer 11 -17 7t FOR -s VI X MI SI r 1.1. A - M -. TjlOR SALE— MINING OUTFIT, CHEAP FOR JT cash, including new wagon specially lil ted out with water casks and other Imple ments, luquire at rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson block. ( 9-24 tf I -i()R SALE-ONE VICTOR PNEUMATIC TIRE X Saietv or trade on lot close in and wagon, 759 S. Main. 11-19 7t I ior SALE-i »LD PAPER} IN~QUANTITIES X tosuit atthis office. _ for kxcii '.nob. cottages at X Boyle Heights, worth $25110, and cash, for house and lot southwest; 8(1 acres good olivo or lemon land aud cash for house and lot in this city; 120 acres good fruit land, with water, o't Mdnte Vista, for improved city prop erty; two-stcrv building, with store and 15 rooms, stablt, etc., on Workman st. for house anil lot southwest. See F. A. HUTCHINSON, 213 W. Firsts'. 11-11 tf a'«>if^7l-O' OR EXCHANGE— 40 ACRES ""_UU"' good land in the Lnnkershim ranch ; w ill grow any kind of fruit except oranges to perfection; price $20(10: clear; will trude for house and lot in the city. NOLAN it SMITH. 228 West Second. 11-20 tl TTtOR E3GCHANGE — FOR EASTERN OR X Northern California income property, 20 acres in this city, covered with lull bearing trees; desirable for subdivision; makes 100 lots; has street car and electric light. RE ID A CO., 120 W. First St. 10-25 tf I "OR EXCHANGE —IMPROVED PROPERTY F in Chicago and Santa Monica; also acreage in Sun Fernando, for good vacant lots here. E. S. FIELD, 139 S. Broadway. 11-19 tl ■ -<OR _ EXCH TREES FOR f 'acreage; will plant out and attend to them. Apply, S. H., box 373, Kedlands. 11-10 141. R7sdntrL~IL~SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD wifery. Ladies eared for during confine ment at 727 Bellevuo aveaue. Calls promptly attended to. Telephone 1119. 0-8 tl £ STETHE SS, MAGNETIC HEALER, obesity and all diseases of either sex, es pecially those peculiar to ladies; hours, 9 to 5. 23«!4 8. Spring St., Los Angeles. 11-8 tin 1; y BLAKEBLEE, M. D., EYE AND EAR. Xj, Late of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary and Chicago Opthalmic College. Offlce, 242 V, s. Bro ,dway. fl - lf VI RS DR WELLS—OFFICE IN HER BRICK iVI block, 127 E. Third st. Specialty, diseases of women. _______________ nciHVHs, 1~-Tr~e'e "to ALL-PROF. GEE. I dained spiritual minister, will give read ings and spiritual blessings; also heal the sick. aj„«.Hillst. 11-1971 MDSINKSS OPPORTUNITIES. \\r A N TED - YOU^LITToTciTO WTH AT IF VI you want to buy or sell, anything from a I cigar store to a gold mine, yoii w ill find us ready and anxious to receive you, for we have a fine and well-selected lisi and are well ac quainted with the city and Country, and ; can tell you what you want to know* about everything from chicken raising to gold nilu l lllg. Call and see us. STOVER tt OLIVER, r 124), S. Spring. $350- Rooming house; nice location: IS nice sunny rooms; close In. 1 his is a good deal. $400-T'ie best restaurant In the city; tine I range, till well fitted up; good trade; splendid ; loca'lon; |>aying well. Reasons for selling must go east at once. This is a snap for a rev tail rant man. $1400 - Buys a rooming house with 24 modern Itirnished, sunny rooms; it Is so neat 1 and clean and pays so well you can't help but be pleased. STOVER at OLIVER, ' 11-21 tf 124', South Spring st , room 1. Ist 10AA—PARTNER WANTED IN A _ PAY fT l_.l n F ing bote], thriving town, close to tuts city. $150 -Branch bakery and notion store with two nice living rooms. $200— Fruit store, receipts $15 dally, good horse, wagon, etc. $350 —cigar store, clears $80 monthly. $SOO -Candy factory well located. $lOOO— Corner cigar store, $4511—Restaurant, receipts $40 daily. 98500—Saloon mavgnlfleentli titled up with 14 rooms attached; nrst-elaaa place. $3500 -Largest milk route and dairy in the county, 93 head of stock, 4 good wagons, clears over $.00 v month ; 30 days trial allowed. Lodging house of 10 rooms elegantly fur- ! uishea only $500. Country property, city property, cheap lots, houses and lots, for sate and exchange, $12 j toBBo,ooo. Apply to li. WHITE, 221 ». I'irst street. 11-22 tf IN THE BEST r"r_.Olf juiying business ior the money in vested in the city : this is a good chance for a man with a small cniount of money invested; sure to clear $75 per month; any man can quickly lenrn this business. J. WALSH ,t CO, s. spring si. 11-22 tf I"M>R SALE $I(XK): — ONE OF THE MOST kv Brbpular and best-paying bool and shoe stores on Bprtng street; this place Is long es tublished und has always been very proMta tde: fulling henlth is oii.lv reason for selling. NOLAN ,y SMITH. 228 W. Second. 11-17 tf ISOB SALE- GROCERIES, OAKERIES, RES -1 taurants, hkiicls; Imteher shop., cigar, sta tionery, notion stores, lodging ami boarding bouses: innnv others from $100 (o $3000. IN FORMATION BUREAU, 3i9'j Sou h Spring St., Edward Nittiuger, manager. 11-8 2m rplIE Los ANGELES DIRECTORY OFFICE X IteepS a complete list of all business for sale or exchange. Parties desiring lo either buy or sell will consult their best interests by applying at ottice, 103 S. Broadway. b-9 J-hiR SALE—S3SO; LODGING lioliSE 24 1 rooms; good location. 'I'llls is a great bur gain. This offer only a few days. .I. WALSH .v. CO., 308), South Springstrect. 11-20 tf litOß SALE-AND EXCHANGE, 2 GROCERY 1 stores; nice, clean stocks, well located aud doing a good business. W. P. DAVIS, 112', S. l.roadway. • • 11-kW 2t Si'JtJK— CIGAB AND"cANDY STORE, Wi lli one large room attached; low'rent; receipts over $10 daily. Apply at south Main st. 11-22 tf FOPTsALE-NICELY FURNISHED LODG ing house of 10 rooms; tjest location; $750, by A. c. GOLSH, 147 S. Broadway. li-ia a GOOD - PAYING DaTpTy BUSINESS, CLOSE toeity; clenringsHK)a month. STKEETER „ SHARi'I.ESS.iIO S. Broadway. 10-1 tt SALE-BLACKSMITH SHOP .\T~430 s ' Broadway, doing good business: call and get particulars 11-17 7t FINANCIAL. IJACIi'IC LOAN COMPANY, (INCORPO HATED). Loans money in any amounts on all kinds of collateral securities, dia monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and steel safes, and professional libra brles, without removal: and on fur niture iv lodging, hoarding houses and hotels, without removal. Par tial payments received. Money quick. Business confidential. Pri vate office for ladies. W. E. DEGROOT, Manager, 8-29 ly Rooms 2, 3 _4, 111 S. spring st. M" "ON EyToI.OAN OR DIAMONDS, JEWEL ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, five stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal aud collateral security. LEE BROS, V -18 iv 402 s. Spring st. A NTED—MONEY TO LOAN-Oa'nI'LACE II loans on best real estale security at high est rates. Wanted, teveral sums from $500 lo $10,000. ODEA A BARK, 103 S. Broadway. 11-18 tf M- ONEY WANTED — PARTIES HAVING money to loan, if they will cull I can place $20,000 on gill-edged security, from $500 up. W. P. DAVIS, 112'j S. Broadway. 11-22 2t T' cTL(IAN-$lOOO, «2000, $3000 ON~lM proved city property only. FT.OI'RNOY, 128 Broadway." 11-21 tf MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT F. cl ANIIERSO.N, 211 W. Firsl si. 11-11 lm TAY E. HUNTER, ATTOItN~EY-AT-LAW\ Bryson-Bouebrake biock. Telephone 528. ( Practices in all the courts, state and federal. 7-1 tf A( iOOIIKICH, LAW YER, 1.-4 DEARBORN « streiM, Chicago, III.; 20 years'experience; . secrecy; special facilities in several stales. Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states, in press. 0-4 tf 70HN STONE JONES, ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW, No. 0, Law building, 125 Temple street, near court house. Tel. 108. Los Angeles, Cal. 11-12 tf HU NSACKER~&~ GOODRICH, rooms 103 and lot, philips block, corner Spring and Franklin streets. TelephOfie 1120. 7-0 tf T>" J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT IV« tention given to the seiilement of estates. 113 West First st 4-U tf \\- M. ''POi.LA ItD, ATTORNEY AT LAW II room 3, Allen block, Temple and Spring streets. 2- ■ 1 If KXCURBION-S. iN'E HAY SAVED BY TAKING "BMmwnaßffi' ' Snutu Fe excursions to Kansas ii' st. Louis, Chicago, Sett York and Boston. Leu've Los Angeles every Wednes day personally conducted through to Chicago null Boston; laniily tourist sleepers lo Kansas ( ily and Chicago aaily. Low rates und qutok esttime. Otliee, 129 N. Spring st. 7. in 1)1111.1.IPS' EAST 'BOUND I Personally conducted, via Denver and Rio Grande und Rook Island routes; leaves Los Angeles every Tuesday and Friday, crossing the Sierra Not ad as and passing the entile scenert on the Rio Grande by daylight, offlee, 138 S. Spring st. 7-1 tf VUDSON A CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST fl every Monday via Rio Grande route; through'tourist sleepers to Chicagouud Boston, personally managed, offlce, 212 8. Spring street, Los Angeles. VKTKRINARY , V t^s o Ji^™„ DR. TOURILLON, FRENCH VETERINARY surgeon —has tbe medal and is a member of the Society of Universal Science will take charge of all operations. Colts and other ani mals gelded. ( ore guaranteed of discuses of the most aggravated nature. Moderate charges. Olllce, Bentoui block, room 0, Los Angeles. Mine. Tourlllon de Clercq. having received the Highest certificate from the Academic de Paris, und sneaking English and German, gives French lessons in conversation, gram mar, literature, etc. Sentous block, rooms 0 uinlS. Telephone No. 1128. '.)■ 7 wed-snu I>K.N I ISTs. 188'-Established—lBB2. DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND First streets, Wilson block; take elevator Gold Crotvn und bridge work a specialty; teeth extracted without pain. Room i. m-4 tf Dlt.~ S. N. Spring street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless extraction. 0-20 tf 1 "RANK STEVENS; 321. wiuiTfSPRING ST. X Open Sunday and evening by electric light. D~R. PARK Kit," DENTIST, N.K."VoK. FIRST and .-|,ring sts., 129j 2 W. First st. 10-1:) tf ARCHITECTS. BURTfES3"'j. REEVE, ARCHITECT. Es tablished for the last 10 years in Los An geles. No. 127 West Second st. 120 ly C- IL 132 S. BROAD s way, between l-'irst and second. 87 tf CHIROPOM-.T. MISS C. STAFFER, CHIROPODPdT AND masßeuse, 211 W. First st., opp. Nadeau. 12 24 tl COIiTRAVTOHS. CONRAD SCHERER, GRANITE, BITUMIN OUS and asphalt paving; 237 W. Firstsu A MAN IN PETTICOATS THE aiIEER NOTION OF AN OLD SOL DIER CITIZEN OF MAINE. lie Bm a More Costly Feminine Wardrobe Than Any Woman In Town—visions of "Lace, Bnfßes, Etc.—Weighs 180 Founds, but Wears a Woman's No. 6 Shoe. Commander James Bobbins of the local post G. A. R., Cooper's Mills, Lincoln county, in -.his state, is one of tho prom inent men of his community, a citizen generally esteemed as a man of integrity and intelligence. Mr. Robbins has a brilliant war record as a memlierof the Thirtieth Maine. Ho has lived in the village since 1833 and is a jeweler. His house is a neat cottage house on the brow of the hill as one drives into the Mills. In tho narrow front hallway is Mr. Robbins' bench, lathe and tools, and here you will find him placidly working away at tho tiny wheels and springs. If you are on sufficiently intimate terms with Mr. Robbins yon will find him indulging in his hobby. He has one, like the most of us. In his case the hobby is stirtlingly picturesque, and it may be safely said that he is the most orig inal man in the state of Maine, so far as his curious fancy is concerned. He wears petticoats. Not when he goes down streot for the mail and to do his market ing. At these times he slips on the mas culine pantaloons. Yet he does not wear his trousers, even, like ordinary masculinity. No suspenders for him. He wears a port of dress waist, and his trousers are buttoned tightly about his hips. He always wears a woman's num ber six shoe, with high heels and grace ful, slender shapo. Mr. Robbins weighs something like 180 pounds, and the effect produced by those shoes peeping coyly out from beneath manly trouser legs is startling, to say the least. Mr. Robbins doesn't mince or toddle, and his shoes seem to fit him pretty well. He reserves his petticoats for the sanc tity of the home circle, for the partial retirement of his orchard and for calls upon neighbors with whom his acquaint ance is close. Mr. Robbins isn't squeam ish about showing himself in petticoats. He enjoys wearing them, ho has worn them when opportunity has presented all his life long, and he wears them sci entifically too. In the first place, there's no half way business about it. Every detail of feminine attire is there, and Mr. Robbins is rightly fussy about the details. There i.s no woman in Cooper's Milli who owns so many dresses of such excel lent material as does the commander ot the Cooper's Mills post. He takes pridt in having only the best. His lingerie it elaborately tucked and ruffled, edged with lace and fashioned according to the most approved models of any lffdy't wardrobe. The material is of, the finest quality, and when Mr. Robbins lifts hit skirts the eye gets a vision of ruffles, la« and "all such like" of dazzing whiteness and immaculate smoothness. He is very particular about his iron ing. Everything must be starched "up to the handle," whatever that is, ami sometimes Mrs. Robbins finds her hands full and her clotheshorse loaded down like a pack donkey. Amazed neighbors, who were not fully aware of the extent of Mr. Robbing' hobby, have been obliged to ask for more details, when Mrs. Rob bins has laconically informed them that "it is Jim's ironing." Mr. Robbins' ho siery is of the long sort, and it is cur rently rumored that the stockings ar* hitched up at tbe sides. Hia corsets he has made especially for his girth, aud these he wean continually. His shape is fairly (rood, especially when be dresses up for afternoons. In the morning he wears print gowns, for he assists in the housework. Almost every morning Mr. Robbins in his print gown is seen sweeping off the piazza and whisking about the kitchen. He wears petticoats at home almost ex clusively, putting on his garb as soon as he enters the house. For afternoon wear his gowns are elaborate. Some of them are mado by Mr. Robbins, and some aro fashioned by local dressmak ers. One cashmere dress is quite a favorite, and this is frequently worn by Mr. Robbins when ho promenades in tho orchard. Ho has lots of these good clothes, all of ftfthionable cut, puffed Bleeves, nnd with all the fixings that go tolendgiuco and dignity. Usually he wears an apron and especially so when at his bench. The apron is white ordi narily and has a bib with ruffled straps and pockets. Therefore does Mr. Rob bins present a somewhat unique appear ance as he works away of afternoons or sits and converses with his wife. Look at t he gown and you see a stylish ly attired woman, but the face is very mannish indeed. Mr. Robbins would be marked in any crowd. His face is full, and he wears a jet black mnstache that possibly owes its color to art. His hair is long, black and curly, his voice is deep and full, and there's nothing effeminate about him except his attire.—Lewiston Journal. Soapstone In China. The Chinese in utilizing soapßtone, which is found in their country in large quantities, make of it trays for pens, slabs for rubbing ink, flower vases, in cense boxes, sandal wood burners, flow er baskets, candlesticks, chessmen, cups, bowls and lamps, all sorts of emblems, animals and the idols which the disci ples of Confucius revere with so much favor. A Hard Problem. A certain debating society is discuss ing the question as to which is the an grier—the husband who goes home and finds that tho dinner is not ready or the wife who has dinner ready and whose husband does not come home. It is be lieved that the debate will end in a draw. —Worthington's Magazine. Just the Time. Jack —How would it do for me to speak to your father tonight? Jess—Best time in the World. He got the bill for my new bonnet just before we started for our drive. —Exchange. Teale's lremarrer Overruled. The caee of L. R. Patty vs. Teale came before Judge Shaw yesterday. lbii waß a demurrer filed by Auditor Teale against tbe complaint stating tbat he unlawfully refused to number and record Patty's demand for traveling expenses. The case will now be set ior trial. LUCY STONE'S WEDDING. The Joint Protest Against Marriage Laws She and Her Husband Signed. Among the events of note in the life of Lucy Stone not the least memorable was her marriage and the protest against the i existing marriage laws which wan drawn , up and signed by her and her hus band. The ceremony was performed by Colonel Higginson of Cambridge, then Rev. Thomas Wentworth Higginson of Worcester. The protest was published in the Worcester Spy and the Boston Traveller.) that the world of 1855 might know the * Itand that had been taken. The follow ing is Mr. Higginson's letter to The Spy: It was my privilege lo celebrate May (ay by officiating at a wedding in a I'urnihoiian amoti : the hills of West Bronkflcld. Tho brldei. Is a man of tried worth, a leader In the nhli slflvory movement, and the bride ls ono wb fair name ia known throughout tho nation—one whoaerare intellectual qualities are excelled by the private beauty of her heart and life. I never perform the marriage ceremony with out a renewed sense of tho iniquity of our pres ent system of laws in respect to marriage v system by which "man nud wife are one, aajj ! that one ls the husband." It waa with my i hearty concurrence, therefore, that the follow i Ing protest waa read and signed as a part of the nuptial ceremony, and I send it to you Hint others may lie induced to do likewise. Hero is the protest as drawn jointly by Lucy Stone and H. B. Blackwell und " subscribed to once more by the bereaved ' husband at the funeral: While acknowledging our mutual affection , by publicly assuming the relationship of hus band and wife, yet, in Justice to ourselves and a great principle, we deem it onr duty to de clare that this act on our part implies no sanc tion of nor promise of voluntary obedience to such of the present laws of marriage as refuse ( to recognize the wife as an iudci»endent, ra tional being, while they confer upon Iho hus band an injurious and unnatural superiority, investing him with legal powers which no hon ] orablo man would exercise and which no man should possess. We protest especially against the laws which givo the husband: I The custody of the wife's person. The exclusive control and guardianship of their children. The sole ownership of her personal property and use of her real estate, unless previously settled upon her or placed in tho hand of trus tees, as In tbo caso of minors, idlotaand luna tics. The absolute right to the product of hcrl. dustry. Also against laws which give to tho Wid ower bo ruuch lai'scr and more permanent!.'r>' interest in the property of his deceased wife than they give to tho widow iv that of her de ceased husband. Finally, against tho whole system by which "the legal existence of tho wlfo la suspct during marriage," so that In most stat.--. i neither has a legal part in the cholco uf 1,. : ! residence, nor can she make a will, nor sue >■: I be sued in ber own name, nor Inherit pro;* ! erty. -.v We believe that personal independence and ■- i equal human rights can never be forfeited c\ I cept for crime: that marriage should bo equal and pormamsgspartnership and so n ognized by law; thai until it is aoreeogn: married partners should provide airaiu:,, . radical Injustice of present laws by c means iv their power. Wo believe tin t where domestic tlitMct;;:f. . arise no appeal should lie made to legal i:-; bunals under existing law a, but that all ill:'" cnltiea should be submitted to tho equitable adjustment of arbitrators mutually chosen. Thus, reverencini; law, we enter onr proi -t against rules und customs which arounwor; h > of the name, since they violate justico, the . senceof law. BURt B. Hi.ackwf.i.i,. Lucy STO.XS, West Brookfield, Mas;,.. May I. K'ss. Philadelphia Worn™' Uolldia* The Young Women's Christian Absc ciation of Philadelphia is just about 11 pleting ite latest and largest achi< \ ment. This is nothing less than a bi£ apartment house for self supporting ; women. Tho builc ing, which is situated at the corner of Eighteenth and Arch streets, promises to be everything t ; could be desired, both artistically an ! practically. It is many stories birrbi i than the average Quaker City structur.. is of clean, cream colored brick, and I y reason of its generous capacities will un doubtedly afford a cheap and comforta ble home to man} 1 a deserving woman. The ground floor will be devoted to the offices of the association, the second stor, to Us many class and lecture rooms, while upon the third will begin the apartments, ranging from single rooms to a suite of somo four or five. The up per floor will be occupied by a restau rant for the convenience and comfort of the entire household.—Philadelphia Let ter. Her Banister Chair. As I departed from a friend's flat the other day I almost fell over a that stood against tiie banister. My friend explained: "That's an awkward place for a chair, I know, but I find it necessary." "How so?" I queried. "Well, you know there are people who will bid you an affectionate farewell at the reception room door, and then when yon accompany tue-ni into the hall they will stand 15 or 20 minutes on the top stair continuing their chat. . "So, as I grew tired of hanging over the banister, I had this chair phiced here, and when I see the symptoms I drop into it. You were saying" "I was saying nothing," replied I Ss I made for the front donr. "except good hv."—Pollv Pry in New York Recorder. Tha Nlctheroy's Departure. New York, Nov. 21.—Today was the last day for the Nictberoy in American waters. All through tbe morning she swung at anchor just below the Scot land lightship, while her crew were put through the paces with the guns and with the range finder. At 1:46 a nt. anchor was weighed and she started away. Before she started a tug came alongside and took off Captain B. Zalinskv, who had been giving .iustrac tions at tbe dynamite gun, and brought him back to the city. Northern Pactllo Receivers, Nbw York, Nov. 21.—-The directors ol tbe Northern Pacific railroad met today and after disenssing the situation came to tbe conclusion that they ought to have a representative in the board ol receivers. Resolutions were passed au thorizing counsel to apply to the court for tbe appointment of one of tbe di rectors as receiver. Tbe intention ol the board of directors is to cause an in vestigation oi the affairs of tbe company since they went into tbe control of the present receivers. Heath of Farrow's Slayer. Frbhno, Nov. 21.—Charles Robinson, tbe slayer of William Farrow, died at 10 o'clock tonight, at the county hospital, o! the wound inflicted by Deputy Con stable Henry while Robinson was re sisting arrest. An Klectrlo Light Strike. Denvkr, Nov. 21.—The employees ol tho Denver Electric Light company went on a strike tbis afternoon on account ol a proposed reduction in wages. Tbe town is in darkness tonight. The guaranteed cure for all headache! 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