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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. i SPKCIAL NOTlOKfc^^^ TH EVO LLO WI NO UNB EUKEM E DPLE DG K8 will be sold at auction Monday, Dec. 4, 1893, at 212. < N. Spring st.: 2 O. F. silver watches; 1 Elgin. 997,071; 1 Waltham, 5,547, -80."); 2 gold watches; 1 Col., 250,341; 1 Elgin, 398,722; 1 tilled watch, Elgin. 3,98«,217; 1 diamond ring; 2 diamond lockets; 1 gold medal; chain; gold-headed cane; 2 rings; 1 drawing set. E. SPRINZ. 11 -28 :>t I"F YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY FOR SALE, to lease or exchange, I will guarantee to get !you customers quicker than any real estate dealer in Los Angeles. I'm a hustler and not here for my health. Send me your list. It won't cosl you anything to do so. Rest ol ref erences. \V. L. P., Box AOS, Los Angeles post- 10-2" tf NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY W ATER company will strictly enforce the follow ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a.m. and ti and 8 o'clock p.m. For a violation of the above regulation the water will he shut off and a tine of S3 will be charged before the water will be turned on again. 8-17 tf VI T E — HAVE HOUSES. LOTS AND LAND IN VV all parts of the city and country, in qual ity and quantity and price, if you will call In and let us tell you what we have that we have personally investigated, we will make you feel at home. " STOVER A- OLIVER, 11-30 tf 124' 2 South Spring st. THESAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OK THE STATE Loan ami Trust company are enclosed in a fireproof and burglar-proof vault, with lime locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity; alcoves attached for the private examination of valuables, with writing materials; a young lady in attendance. 8-1 tf rpIIE SISTERS~OF CHARITY OF LOS AN _l geles Orphan Asylum wish to ascertain the Whereabouts of the parents of Amelia Figu eroa, who has been an inmate of the asylum for one year. 11-25 let MESMIN'S FEM ALfTpTILS AS A SPECIFIC monthly medicine for immediate relief for painfuland Irregularmense< from whatever causes. For sale by FREiCMAN .t CARPER, 102 N. Spring st. Price, ,$2 per box. 5-9 ly BIG TREE CARRIAGE ANI) WAGON works; all kinds of painting and repair ing. 128 San Pedro St., between First and See onu sts., Los Angeles. 7-8 tf TE LEPH ONE 489—T0 7. \. WILCUT. ELEC tric horse clipper; horses called lor and delivered. 117 Winston street, opposite post office. 11-5 1m MOST BELL IMMEDIATELY, OLD LUMBER and kindling wood, 1,10 Bellevue avc. !l-3u 31 HOME FOR CU ll.DifE:.—l.-OOD CARE, good education; charges moderate. Ad dress MME. LESCURE, 203 Bloom st. 11-22 7t ; A" LL LOVERS of GOOD MUBIO SHOULD AT tend Peiersela's concert at First M. E. j church, Friday night. 11-30 2t j ORSE CLIPPING REDUCED TO 51.50 and S2 by MI'LIIOI.LAND A TOOMEY, 151-153 W. Fifth st. 11-29 4t I*6r Houses' to rent call on barnes a barnes, 10-1 tf 227 W. Second st. A' FrSLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFIi E, i ' 12 Cc:ller place. 1 -1 ,"i If PKItrtONAL. PERSONAL— COFFEE, FRESH ROASTED ON our giant coffee roaster, .lava and Mocha, 35c lb; mountain coffee, 25c; germea, 20c; rolled rye, 10c; 1> lbs rolled w heat, 25c; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c; 19 lbs granulated sugar, $1; lo lbs beans, 25c : 3 cans apricots, 25c; 3 runs tomatoes, 25c; 3 cans roast beef, 25c; 3 plus Blince meat, 25c; extract beef, 25c; 4 bars Dinsroorc's sonp, 25e: coal oil, SOc; 3 lbs lard, 80c; pork. 12'jc; picnic hams, 10' ,c. ECO NOMIC STORES, 305 S. Spring st. 7-ti IJER S( I X AL—RALPH B ROS. — GOLD BAR flour, .$1.00; city flour, 70c; granulated sugar, lOloaSl; brown sugar, 22 lbs $1; 0 lbs roiled oats. 25c; sardines, 5 boxes 25c; tabic fruit, 3 cans 50c: Lion coffee, 35c lb; eastern oil, 80c: gasoline, 80e; 2-lb can corned beef, 15c; lard, U> lbs, 80c; 5 lbs, 45c. 001 S. Spring at., corner Sixth. IJERSOXAL— MRS. PARKER, 'LAlkVoV ant; consultation on business, love, mar riage, disease, mineral locations, life reading etc. Take University electric cars to Forrester aye. ami Hoover st.; go west on Forrester avc. 8 blocks to Vine st., second house on Vine west of Vermont aye. 8-30 tf A _ YOUNG GENTLEM~Cn DESIRES TO BE~ come acquainted with a lady (widow pre ierredlnot under 30. with means. Intentions are those of a gentleman. Tritlers save postage or stand the consequences. Address in perfect Confidence, "R. c. 5.," box 40, this office. 1 12-1 It MARRIED LADIES' SAFEGUARD; PA T entedl no medicine: no equal: money refunded if not satisfactory. Send 10 cents to LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City, Mo. 8-20 lim ERSONAL—CO AND HERE R A VEIN, Til E great silver-tongued orator, at G. A. hall, 012 S. spring st., Dec. 3d, at 7:30 p.m. 12-1 Bt ATRIMOnT\L~ISL'REAU ; STAMP FOR details. Address P. O. box 134. MRB, COYNE. 11 3Q lv: FjOJt BXOHANtJK. If OR EXCHANGE—WE HAVE 17 ACRES of 5-year-old orange trees, all in fine con dition, in 8> choice locality, just coming into beoring. T his will make a line home and the fruit is A I, and tne man that wants a fine home would l.c pleased with this. We will trade this tine property for c nice residence and will give you a square deal. STOVE it A OLIVER, 11-30 tf 124*, S. Spring st., room 1. ]7»OR EXCHANGE—WE HAVE 300 ACRES of choice land in a body, lying fine for sub dividing into snull homes. This is as tine as can be found in Southern California. We will trade ibis handsome piece oi property for good properly in th" city. Come and see us if you want a line home In tic country, for we have a well selected list to sell or exchange. STOVER A OLIVER, 11-30 tf 12-1' j S, Spring st., room 1. TfOR EXCHANGE—IMPROVED PROPERTY Jl in ' Ihicago ami Santa Monica: also acreage In San Fernando, for good vacant lots h re. E. s. FIELD, i::;> ,-. Broadway. 1 1-19 tf URNTTBIS. 1882—Established- 1883, DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND F"irst sts., Wilson block: take elevator. Gold crown and bridg'j ,w,rk v specialty; teeth extruded without pain. ItOOin 1. m-4 tf R. a TOLHUtIST, DENTIST 10-0 „" X. Spring si., rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless ox traction. 6-30 ii Jirank stevens] ; -..r ; south spring st. Open Sunday cud evening byelectric light. DR. PARKER, DENTIST, X. B COR. FIRST I and Spring sts., i.9jj W. Flr.it St. 0- I) ti ' at Its Ml » »., I i T 08 ANGELES I OSSERVivITinY OFMi.>i<" and Arts; open all year. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, I'resideii'.., V. M. i. A. build ing, Broadway and Second r U. 8-14 ly willhautTtz, mi'!,\c"T'l"L r i)io,'itooii •A, Crocker building, .'i j •■. Broadway, j TIUKGI's: 1. XV . AKCiilTijor, KBTAB- | il lished frtl till- ■»> ' ' \ r. ill ....geles. ; No. 127 We ■ • ... I- (fly .. ' :..:.d- I * way, _<.;.,.. I, i.......n. a.ucil. 8-7 tf 'f **5 1,P WANTKD—MAM. \ff ANTED—SAIJS?MEN FOR~7)CR~DOOR Tt (name) plates, house numbers and signs; readable ln the darkest night; 95 to $10 per day easily made ln any territory; sample cases free; write at once to Electric Name Plate com pany, 00 Case it, Chicago tf I ANTED - ORGANIZERS — HOOD LiVE men or women to organize lodges for Sexennial league, a first-class fraternal and Ivnertelal order. Kor particulars apply to L. ('. CUMMINS, 11. S. P., state Organiser, room 7, 17S X. Spring st. 11-14 lm TIT ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP, FREE TT employment or any Information, address E. NITTINGER'S DfREAU; established 1880. Oflice, 319., S. Soring St., residence 451 8. Hope st., corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele phone US. 8-11! tf ■%\' ANTED—A FEW ACTIVE MEN WHO T 1 can give references and bonds, if re quired; permanent and profitable employ ment will be given the right parties. CALI FORNIA MUTUAL INVESTMENT CO., 121 W. Third st. 11-22 tf PETTY, HUMMEL A CO., EMPLOYMENT agents, 131-183 \V. First St., Telephone fOS», under the Los Angeles National bank. Help of all kinds carefully selected and fur nished. Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-0 tf AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA / bor bureau, 24(1 New High st. Telephone 1153: for cooks, waiters, household help, me chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, manager. 11-10 tf ANTED-FBM AM. V\ T ANTED—A YOUNG LADY ATTENDING TT the university or public schools who is desirous of obtaining board and room in re turn for assistance rendered before and after school hours. Call on or address MRS. NETTIE BEHYMER, 153 W. Thlrty-tlfth st. 11-2H tf WA NTED-A FAITHFtTL WOMAN TO keep bouse for an elderly couple; must know something about sickness and nursing: state age, experience, salaiv expected. Ad dress If. LAW, room 90, Brvson block. 11 BO 31 WANTKD—BITU ATIONB. WA NTED—SITUATION—A YOUNG SWEDE lull arrived from New York wishes a sit uation as gardner; would prefer a privaie place; highly recommended from New York gentlemen: address SWEDE, box 30, Herald oflice. 11-30 2t IVAN TED—POSITION BY MAN, wTfE AND M two boys on fnnn or fruit ranch; have bad some experience; charges reasonable. Ad dress Anderson, box 30, Herald. 11-28 5t Wa Nt i iCm a r it iFiTjuv n . i o y k a r so i■ erator and railroad agent, wauls work as shipping clerk, or work ot any kind; address WORKER. Herald office. 11-20 7t 11' ANTED SITUATION, HY A PRACTICAL TT bookkeeper, who perleGtlyunderstands voucher system; very best references. Address LANE, Ihis ottioe. 1 131 WA IT BP—BB ALK STaTK. WANTED— TO PURCHASE A LOT WEST of Figueroa, north ol Washington and east of Alvarado; also one west of Pearl, north of Pico and east of Alvara,!o; must be bar gains; no agents. Address W. L. p., P. o. Uox 505, city. 10-25 tf •fUANTeTCIIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR TT aale with me. I have buyers and am in want of lots, houses, acreage and businesses in all parts. HENKY J. STANLEY, 242 S. Broadway, next city hall 11-3 lm WANTED— TO PURCHASE A LOT SOUTH westj will pay from $400 to .$b00: must lie a bargain. Address W. L. P., P. 0. Box olio, city. \\~.\ NTE~i>—.rcOTTAUE OF 4 OR 5 R~OOMS, T * close in, lurnisbed or unfurnished. Ad flress 11, box 411, Ihis nllico. 11-25 If WAMEU—ttOOUs, I^TXNTED^^ r Tm r N(T M A^lTlE Vt by Dec. 15th 2 or 3 furnished rooms for housekeeping: will be permanent if sat isractory arrangements can be made; some private family having more rooms then neces sary for themselves will find congenial com pany with the advertisers; references ex changed: central location preferred; state lo cation, price, etc. Address PERMANENT, Box 5t,5, l.os Angt los. 10*33 ti WAK'lf.ll IIHCII.HIif ol S. "\V r ANTED—TO BORROW FOR ONE > > year on 32 acres adjoining the eitv on the north; has 8000 blue gam trees oh it four years old; will pay Interest e.t 10 per cent per annum on .$10,000; also $2500 on 40 acres au joining the Elysiau park, for two years: lias on it 4iKKJ blue gum trees four yean old that will pay 10 per cent interest per annum on .fsMl 0; also $2000 on 31 acres, ior three years, that has 40(10 blue gum trees on it four years old that will pay 10 per cent interest per annum on$5000; the growth of the wood In a blue gum grove is at least 20 cents per annum nn each tree, which would nearly double the above estimate; also, for sale six 16-acre lots, with from 1200 to 3500 4-year-old blue gums on each lot, part of each lot is valley and part on the hill! the very best winter*vegetable land, comparatively clear of frost; one of these lots will make a sp endid home, with an in come now 0f.5250 to .$".00 per annum, owing to the number of trees; a man may raise chick ens, turkeys, hogs or cows without being dis distnrbed by city ordinances; only three miles from center of the city; a good road aud in the near future will be in demand for building lotl; will sell these lots at from $160 to $.100 per acre, owing 10 number of trees on each lot; one-hall cash, balance on time as agreed on. Apply to J. W. POTTS, owner, 816 Waterloo treet. 11-7 tf \\ J ANTED—AN INTEREST IN SOME J.EGlT imate business where few hundred dol lars with plenty of push and commercial abil ity will pay a living; or will give $5 cash and i hall first month's salary for situation in any kind of business; am lately from Colorado": first-class references, p. o. Box 510, eitv. U-29-eod-3t VA - A NTED-WE WANT YOU TO TELL YOUR TT friends to come over to our house, anil see what a fine list of property of all kinds we have for sale and trade, and we will try our beat to make you happy. You will Una ni at 124'g South Spring at., room 1. STOVER 4 1 OLIVER. 11-30 ,f TVANTED— A PARTNER WITH $5000 TO " invest In a paying project, iv which there are no chances of loss and profits large. Party desiring to deal must furnish evidence of good character. Address D, Herald oflice. 9-23 ti ' •IyANTED—HAN WITH "$3500 TO _ PUR- T> chafe half interest in a desirable inven tion ; fortune in it. Address E, Herald office. I 9-23 tf I ANTED—TO RENT A 5 OK li ROOM house, close in: no children. Address at once, "House," box 50, tills oilicc. 11-25 tf "LOST AND FOUND. f O.ST, STRAYED OR STOLEN—FROM PAS- ' Yj Hire near Ranchfto, 1 bay mare. 3 years. 1 branded Forater brand on left shoulder; siie I is with foal; al-o, a black colt, 3 years, brand- 1 td Xon left hind leg. Return siiine to PAUL itKRNAL. blacksmith shop on Aliso street, and get reward of $10, 11301 st LOSI-O.vFIIAY HORSE COLT, 18 MONTHS ' old, from Tujanta school house, last Friday morning: Bnder return same 10 c. fuller, near Tajanta school house, and receive reward. , 11-30 31 , I 08T—ONE BLACK LACE Carriage ' li parasol, dropped from carriage; finder pl .r-- return shim- to Herald office, li-so::t IPACIFIC1 PACIFIC LOAN (!< >M PA NY,' (INCORPORATED). Loans motiev in any amounts on all kinds of collateral securities, dia- I moiids, jewelry, sealskins, merchant disc, etc. Also on pianos, iron and steel and professional libra ries, without removal; and on fur nitun* in lodging, boarding houses 1 and hotels, without removal. Partial t payments received. .Money quick, f Business confidential Private of- t lice for ladies. h W. K. DUG ROOT, Manager, fl 8-29-ly Rooms •>, 3A 4, 114 S. Spring St. 1 MONEY TO~LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL- 1 ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bl-yciea and all kinds of personal i and collateral security. LEE BROS., 2-18 ly 402 S. Spring st. „ U* ANTE 11 $4000," $50(10, $7000, $1()~0II0 1 $15, uO, $20,000; also smaller amount*; security ,'• In lo times '/ash value over amount asked; will pay high interest. Call Room 15, J 311 W. First. 11-20 lot « rro LOAN- $3000, $3000, 91500, $1300, 0 JL $1000, $500, on improved olty real es tate, atcurrent rules. J. .v. J. c. FLOUKNOY, ] financial agents, 128 Broadway. il-29tf J WANTED TO BORROW FOR A CLIENT, i \y $5000 on first-class security, with ample , ability to meet lntereat. WESLEY CLARK, ~ 127 \V. Third St. 11-20 tf ~ r r<> I.OA N -f5 0 Tn $25,0(i0"71N~ " Jl country property; low rates interest and 1 no delay. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, room 5, 1 211 tt. First. 11-2lltf I IJ7AXTED $5000~ON FINE, FIRBT-CLABB il real estate security. Address A X, box 30, ] Herald o lice. 11-303t J - lONKY TO LOAN IN SUMS TOSUIT. - E. C. ! ' jjj 1 First si. 11-11 lm I ' •■- . 1 ■■■ V lKi,< '^_ I t AZAi.D & rotVNSEXD, ROOM 9, DOWNEY \ i 1 biook. lei. 04,7, Loa Angeles, 11-21 tf J LOS ANGELES HERALDi FRI&AY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1«93 BARGAINS IM RIAL KSTATE. ESTATE SNAPS. PERUSE THIS LIST OF BARGAINS THEY CAN'T BE BEAT. ARE *DU LOOKING FOR A HOME OR AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE MONEY? THEN READ THIS LIST CAREFULLY. THERE IS BIG MONEY IN EVERY ITEM MENTIONED. FOR SALE—SIIOO-HOrSE AND LOT ON Siebold at., Brooklyn tract. $2dOC—House and lot, 7 rooms, on Jackson street. $2500—Two houses and lots on Jackson st.; 5 rooms each. $<fOO— Fine lot on Brooklyn Heights, 50x250 feet; splendid location. $•300— Fine lot in Brooklyn tract; this 1s a splendid bargain. $2tfoo—House and lot. Turner and Vlgnes sts.: this it* a snap. $1300—Corner lot. Turner and Center sts. Every one of the above-mentioned are good speculations. Don't loee anytime in seeing them, for they won't be on tne market very long. iiOR SALE—s2Bso—slsoo CASH, BALANCE J 1 one year at 10 per cent, house 5 rooms, pantry, bath, closets, etc; lot 50x140, to 20 -foot alley; on First-street cable line, Boyle Heights," west of power house; cement walks, hedge, flowers, etc.; no lawn, as it Is a new place; two pressed brick mantels, gas. hot and cold water, porclean bath tub; plumbing cost $325; room upstairs for two large rooms, but not finished; window shades and linoleum go with boost; this is the biggest bargain ever offered in this city; the above is easily worth $3250 at least; it"is a snap and should be taken advantage of at once. SALE OR TRADE—THI FOLLOWING property in Nipomi, San Luis Obisbo county: S.W.'half of lot 2, block 5, 50 feet front. B.W. part of lots 5 and 1, block 2, 50 feet front. B.W. all of lot 1, block 3, *.00 feet front \V. half of lot 4, block ti, 50 feet front. W. half of lotO, block ti, 50 feet front Part of lots 2 and ti, block 3, 50 feet front In Hutchain »fc CahiM's subdivision, lot 11, bock 1, and lot 14, block 1; also lot 13 in sub division of lot 24, and 10 acres. The above will be sold very cheap or exchanged. A 20-FOOT BUSINESS LOT ON THE MAIN I\. street of San Jacinto; the business center; this should be snapped at; just imagine, for the small sum of $000. Also several residence lots in San Jacinto from $50 up. Also acreage west of the town from $150 an acre; all clear of in cumbrance. r 10 AND 20 ACRE PIECES INSANJACIN •Jm to. 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 50x130; also several good lots upon which houses will be built to suit purchasers. A CXA —FOR SALE-LOT ON SOUTH BRENT st., near Temple; street graded; lot 10, block l.t, L. A. Improvement Co.'a subdi vision; this is a rare bargain. EXCHANGE—A SMALL HOUSE AND lot in Larkin, Kearney county,Kan., which cost $1200; will trade for Los Angeles prop erty or good ranch property worth $2300 or $J000; will pay cash difference. EXCHANGE—BO ACRES UNIMPROVED in Kearney county, Kansas, about two miles from Hartland; will trade for Los An geles county property. SALE -HERE IS SOMETHING GOOD JT in Visalia; Several lots, also houses and lots, in the above thriving town, and a 12-acre farm near the same place, with good build ings; will seil at retisonable prices or trade; would not object to taking live stock (hogs or cattle) in part payment. 1 have come Tulare county property which I will dispose of on the same conditions. FOR SALE—THIS IS REALLY A BIG SNAP. House of fonr rooms, lot 50x140, street graded, near electric cars. First-class locality. Price, $1500; $600 cash, balance in two years. LODGING HOUSE FOR SALE OF 24 ROOMS, within 3- 3 blocks of the city hall; house elegantly furnished throughout, with all mod ern improvements; new furniture; best loca tion in the city; two years' lease; low rent: will seil reasonable; all of the rooms are rent ed; good reason for selling. This is an excel lent buy. SALE—HOUSE AND LOT IMPROVED, JT 50x230, on Aliso street; house of four rooms, hull, closets, marble mant-I, hard fin ished, etc., with outhouse; big yard; a bargain gjtOß SALE—ON MAIN STREET, NEAR Fifth street, building and lot; size of lot 70x105. Two-story brick building, 70x70 four stores on ground floor, 20 large rooms, all rented to good tenants. This is a splendid in vestment. pOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A TWO-STORY ± house of seven rooms on Patton street be tween'lemple and Bellevue avenur: iot 50x 150; all modern improvements; burglar alarm; zas ami electric bells; elevation 50 feet above Slain st.; tine view; near cable line. |7 OR SALE—ON HILL ST., NEAR EIGHTH 1 st., house nnd lot 00x105; house of 11 rooms and bath; rooms nil papered; hot and [•old water, electric bells, etc. Everything of the latest improvements: an elegant home; tine lawn. lIORI IOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOS AN -1 geles county property, 10 acres nt East Riverside; good laud and water; also, barn and small house. T7OR HALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOS AN- J 1 geles county property, house and lot on the corner of Third and G streets, San Bernar- ( lino; size of Lot 50x2*0; houiO, hard llnUhed, >f five rooms, pantries and cellar; good barn or two horses, hay and wagon ; good artesian .vater. SALE OR EXCHANGE-UNINCUM- t bercd .Salt Lake City, t'tah, property lor ' Los Angeles county property. i I7OR SALE—TWENTY ACRES OF LAND, \V located near Downey; nicely improved; ' ibout .0 acres in oranges and deciduous fruit; 1 rood house, bnrn, windmill, and tank, alfalfa, lUCalyptUfl grove; this is a beautiful place for 1 perfect country home. tIOR SALE—IOO ACRES FOOTHILL LAND ' 1 at East Riverside or will exchange for Los Yngeles county property. FOR SALE—TWO NEW SIX-ROOM COT- i lages, baths and closets, on K. 28th St., 100 eet from Main street; cement sidewalk; size >i lots, 50x125; will sell ats2ooy each. 17OK EXCHANGE—IOO-Af RE RANCH ON ' r the Mojave river for a small improved •lace; the ranch has 100-inch water right, | litCll already out, small house, corral, etc., I enced, plenty of wood; L". S. patent; hair mile I 0 post office, store, station and school; some lfalfa out and more land cleared; ran be made 1 tine stock ranch; climate is fine, second to . tone for lung troubles. f?OR SALE— ACRES NORTH OF THE ( r Palme, on Jose de Amaz tract, a house of ive rooms, 258 fruit trees, 300 gum trees, 30jO ines; half cash, balance in two or three years ( 18 per cent; price $4250; this iB an excellent j lurgain. t noil SALE OR EXCHANGE 28 ACRES I L fine orange and lemon land, with water, -n Colton Terrace, near Colt OH. San Hernar linocounty; will dispose of at the low figure * >f $o600; see me about this at once. f?OR SALE OR EXCHANGE 040 ACRES, $ 1 mountain ranch, 35u0 feet elevation, near ' icton, Los A 9 geles county; good 5 room house, tarn with stable and wagon shed; good well of 1 vni'T with steel windmill; 15 or 20 acres lea red and broken; about 400 acres practi- able orchard land, suitable for cherries, pples or ot her deciduous fruits ; balance hilly lasturc land; mountain cedar abundant for "] uel; will sell a portion if desired; the whole J oes at $11,000; this is a beautiful place and c lirt cheap. fi I/OR EXCHANGE—FIVE ACRES IN FERRIS, I one-fourth of a mile from the town; will J rade for a lot in Ix>s Angeles; five acres is s kcrth at least $500. I7OR SALE—THIS SHOULD BE SNAPPED AT - I right away; it is the best thing 1 have at •resent; 20 acres of ranch property at San j acinto, allln fruit trees, five years old, about t equal parts of apricots, peaches, pears am prunes; worth at least $200 per sere : will tak $180 If taken immediately; will exohange fo good Kansas or Nebraska lapd. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—2BB ACRES Ol land 1% miles eaßt of Riverside; 18i plow-land, rest pasture; good Improvements will exchange for a good general farm or stocl ranch near the coast. ADDRESS "p. L. W.," BOX 60, HERALI office, and I will call and see you. I'm to< busy to have an oflice. Time all taken u| "rustling" in selling and exchanging propert; from Alaska to Florida and Maine to California Best of reference. If not satisfactory don' deal with me. 11-27 tf li>oß BALE—ONE OF THE MOST ATTRACT ' lye and comfortable homes ln Los An Eelea county. A large, palatial 13-roon ouse, with all the modern conveniences, on i 4-acre lot embellished with beautiful lawi and flowers, and set to all kinds of citrus and deciduous fruits, and everything In shlpshapt condition, for sale at less than Its value: oi will exchange for first-class city property, This fancy property is In the town of Alham bra, three blocks from the railroad station, ami to a man not tied long hours by business rcla t'lons ln the city, there Is no more enjoyable, healthful and beautiful place in Southern California. Business interest of the owner in the city causes the change. Let us show you the property. WESLEY CLARK, 127 West Third street. 11-29 tf FOR~BALE~ 80X190, FRONT: ing on Hope street. $1500—Lot 60x160, corner Myrtle avenue and Tenth street; cement walks. $1600—House 9 rooms; hard finish: lot 60x 175; $200 cash, balance $.6 per month. $2500—House 7 rooms; all modern improve ments; easy terms; fronting Twenty-third st. $2500—Fine house; 5 acres choice land; flowing well; Just in edge of city. Numerous other fine deals, ('all and see us. STOVER Si OLIVER, 11-30 ti 124!., S. Spring, Room 1. "jnOR ~ SALE—TH E NOBBIEST COTTAtSE _F that was ever offered for the money in this city since the time of Adam and Eve, it being built on Eleventh street in the Clark Si Bryan tract. It w ill have all the modern conven iences, and the price on the house and lot will be what other people want for only a lot. This is no dodge, and to see it will convince you. WESLEY CLARK, 127 W. Third st. 11-29 tf "ir*oß sale! V Fine lot on Orange street, tlO-ft. front, $1250 ODEA Si BARR, 11-23 tf 103 S. Broadway. I _ fOR7sALE-THIS IS REALLY A BIG SNAP. House ol lour rooms, lot 50x140, struct graded, near electric cars: first-class locality. Price, $1500; $600 cash, balance In two years. Address, BARGAIN, box 80, Herald office. 11 3 tf IT-OR SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY~FOR 1 sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN Si CO., Minnesota Headquarters, 237 west First st. 101 tf IM~FsaTe~~>EAR WESTLAKE PARK, FINE -1 ly located lots, $350 to $850 each. EDWIN SMITH, 115 S. Broadway. 11-22 lm H "6USES FOR SALE ON BUILDING AND loan plan. A. BARLOW, 227 W. Second. Oftico hours 12 to 2. 11-22 tf PROPERTY' ~OF ALL'IciXDs'sOLD AND exchanged. B. WHITE, 221 West First st. 10 15 ti L~ ist'y'OuiTproperty for sale or ex change with CUAS. VICTOR HALL, Stim son block. Jl-28 tf See >Tp" meagher for'lurgaijcs" in real estate. 105 N. Broadway, Ix>s Angeles. 11-29 If FOR SALK-MISCSELI.4\NICOU») SALE—MINING OUTFIT, CHEAP FOR cash, including new wagon specially fitted out with water casks and other Implements. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson block. 9-24 tf I~~OR SALE—ELEGANT PARLOR, DINING room, with solid cherry sideboard, marble top bedroom set, with folding-bed, at a great sacrifice. Address BARGAIN, Box 50, Herald. 11-i/O 3t FIR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES to suit at this oflice. IDCUS lIONAL. VI'OODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 226 S. T> Spring St., the oldest, largest and finest equipped commercial school in southern Cali fornia; a thorough course in the commercial branches and banking; a superior and suc cessiul shorthand and typewriting department and a practical English course; new college rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec tric elevator for pupils* use: now furniture and appliances: open all the year: pupils received at any time; illustrated catalogue and full in formation free. O. A. HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKER. vice-president. 5-4 ly J' OS^NGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE _J AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL. (Incorporated), 144 South Main street. Largest and best equipped business training school on the coast. Thorough and practical courses in the commercial, shorthand, typc wri.ing, telegraphy, assaying and all English branches. Large, able and mature faculty of instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Can at office, or write for elegant catalogue. E. F. SIIRADER, President; F. W. KELSEY, Vice-President; I. L. INSKEEP, Sec retary. 9-16 ly SCH OOL FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING WILL return to the Stowell block, 226 S, Spring, December 1. (.'lasses for children, misses and matrons. Department of elocution. For par ticulars address MISS NORMA ALFREY. 0-30 6m GIRLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL —416 W. Tenth st.; Miss parsons and Miss Den nen, principals; collegiate, academic, prepar atory and primary departments; afternoon classes lor ladies;'private instruction given, n-2 CIASA DE ROSAS, FROUBEL INSTITUTE, J Adams St., cor. Hoover st., will open all its departments Tuesday, Oct. v 4. For further particulars apply to MRS. CAROLYN M, N. ALDEN, 806 W. Adams st. 9-27 tf J~ OS ANGELES .«<-HoOiToF ART AND Dt~ j sign, Chamber of Commerce building. Branches, Pomona College and Euclid avenue, Pasadena. 12-20 3m lIORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING-BEST advantages. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, Snrlng and First sis. 8-7 tf ATTO*IIBYB. T AY E. HUNTER, ATTORNEY-AT-I.A W. Bryson-Bonebrake block. Telephone 528. Practices in all 'he courts, state and federal. 7-1 tf GOODRICH, LAWYER] DEARBORN • street, Chicago, 111., 20 years'experience ; secrecy; special facilities In several states. Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states, in press. 04-tf JOHN STONE JONES, ATTORN EY-AtTaW, No. 6 Law building, 125 Temple street near court house. > el. Los, Los Angeles Cal. 11-12 tf HI'S BACKER Si GOODRICH, LAWYERS, rooms 103 and 104 Phillips block, corner spring and Franklin streets. Telephone 1120. 7-6 tf |> J. ADl'Tick, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT- J\ • lent ion given to the settlement of es ates, 115 West First st. 4-6 tf A\' M POLLARD, ATTORNEY - AT- LAW, room 3 Allen block, Temple and spring streets. 21 1 tf EXCURSIONS. fßSffifffffll- , xl D\Y SAVED BY 'I .KING IgJUraMfsaMßßsV / Santa 1-e excursions to kon- city, St. I i, i hii ago, York and Boston. Leave Los Angeles every Wednesday: personally conducted through to Chicago and Boston ; family tourist sleepers to Kansas City and Chicago daily. Low rates and quickest time. Office, 129 N. Spring st. 7lm Ph illTps"~e"ast bound exci :rsk«ns - Personally conducted, via Denver and Rio Grande and Rock Island routes; leaves Los Angeles every Tuesday and Fiiday, crossing the sierra Nevadas and passing the entire scenery nn the Rio Grande by daylight. Office, 138 s. Spring st. 7-1 tf_ TUDSON~~<t CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST fj every Monday via Rio Grande route; through' tourist sleepers to Chicago and Bos ton, personally managed. Oflice, 212 S. Spring st., l.os Angeles. MEDIUM". LAMPMAN, TEST end business medium; circle every Fri day evening; sittings daily, 736>._ s. opring. 11-30 2t I~R.EE TO ALL ~PROF. GEE. THE RE 1 nowned test medium; names of your de ceased and living friends; readings dally 414 S. Hill st. 11-27 7t JOHN TEMPLE~THE GREAT PLATFORM test medium, will be at G. A. boll, 612 S. Spring st., Dec. 3d, at 2 p.m. nnd 7 :30 p.m. 12-1 3t AksißAtllS. ATTRACT AND'TITLE iSSuRAXCiTcoSp pany of Los Angeles, northwest corner of Franklin and New High sts. m-17 tf FOR BALB—CITY PROPERTY. ADAMS, ROUSE & MEEK INS, 207 West Second street. 87 acres at Cerrltos statin; , 20 acres in al falfa, ti acres In fruit; rich soil with water; would make tine poultry ranch; $4500. 11 acres at Rublo station; 12 trains dally; orange, walnut, apple, pear and a few peach trees; best of soil; city ditch water; prlco for whole $8300, or will subdivide, part cash. 20 acres College aye., one-half mile from Downey; good 7~room house, good barn and out buildings: 2 good water rights and 2 good wells; orange and walnut trees; 10 acres in al falfa; land suitable for oranges, deciduous fruits, alfalfa, corn and pumpkins; a complete ranch to make good money; price, $5000, part cash. 11-28 tf T»KAb MY AD. IN BUSINESS OPPORTUNI- X»_ties. B. WHITE, 221 VV. First st. !Ul2lf jpOR SALE, ~ LEMON LAND, $150 PER ACRE. E. B. CU3IIMAN, Agent, ALAMITOS LAND COMPANY, 11-28 tf 304 W. FIRST ST. 1?IOR SALE—I7O ACRES FINE ORANGE, vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated Vacho winery at Brookside, near Kedlands; this Is the very choicest land in that natghbor hood in the market; all or part; price, $12,500; terms easy. For particulars see A. C COLSH, 147 S. Broadway. 8-30 tf ITtOR SALE — FIRST-CLASS DECIDUOUS fruit lands at panic prices; $25 per acre; with one inch of water to 5 acres; $5 per acre cash, balance on time at 8 per cent interest. Call at once and see HUBBARD & LOVE, 120'j 8. Spring st. 11-10 tf I?OR SALE—FINK RESIDENCE PROPERTY F in Pasadena; rents for $21i O per annum; net* over 10 percent; the best bargain In tho county. K. P. CULLEN & CO., Minnesota headquarters, 237 W . First st. 10-29 tf TT*OR," SALE—LIST - YOUR - PROPERTY FOR f sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN & CO., Minnesota headquarters, 237 West First st. 9-10 tf 17408 BALB—CHEAP. 5 ACRES, IMPROVED, : Alhambra. C. B. W ILLIS, Alhambra. 11-28 (it EAD MY AD IN BUSINESS OPPORTUN ity. B. WHITE, 221 W. F'lrst st. 11-12H BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. $150- Fruit stand. $30O—Cigar store. ■700—Frutl and groceries. $400— Restaurant. #150—Candies and notions. $1000—Saloon. ■9300—Grocery store. $350 — Rooming house. $27.',-Fruit, cigars and candies. tl 00 Cigars and drinks. R7s—Restaurant. $400—Butcher shop. $25 —Barbershop. ¥ 50') Rooming house: dandy. ■1500- -Corner grocery. •QOOO—Drugstore; tine. $450—Store, horse and wagon. $350—Rooming house. $350—Fruit store. $750- -Fruit store. $1300—Rooming house; a daisy. ISuO—Restaurant $1 DO—Fruit and groceries. $350—Partner, paying restaurant. $300 -Cigar store. $000 Fruit, candies and cigars. $2 :s—Fruit and cigars. $500— Rooming house. $."'tK» Restaurant. $125—t igar store. -Interest In paying business. $200— Partner; good paying business. We have a line list of business chances and all kinas of properly for sale and exchange. Call and sec us. STOVER ,v. OLIVER, 11-30 tf 124!* South Spring, Room I. STOVER & OLIVER, 124!-,' SOUTH SPRING street. Business chances. $100—' 4 ' interest in 849 acres of land and a j fine stream of water. This is a chance of a lifetime. Cheap. Business chances of all kinds; Eel us and we ' will treat you white. $350—A partner in a neat business that has paid $300 this month. Full particulars on application. Lodging houses of all sizes and prices. We can find you what you want. $150—Fruit store, paying well; this is a bar gain. See this at once if you want $150 to make you a nice living. $125—Cigar store; fine location. $100—Restaurant; a dandy. $300—Cigar store, cheap; rent 2 room; this is fine. $350—Lodging house; look this up tor it Is fine. STOVER & OLIVER, 11-30 ti 124' s South Spring street. I."!OR SALE AND EXCHANGE BY B. WHITE, 221 W. First street: $125—Cigar store. $150—Fruit store $175- Branch bakery. $150—Notion store. ■350—Chop house. $300—Bakery. $000— Cigar store. $300—Cigar store. $3011—Barber shop. market. *4.">n Restaurant. $1000—Restaurant. $750- Fruit store. $2000—Grocery. ■3500—Milk route, 08 head ol stock, 4 good wagons; clears over 8800 a month; 30 days' trial allowed liefore buying. $25t,0— Whole or half interest hotel. House and lot for good business. $400—Partner poultry ranch. $200-Partner In res'tuurant; will pay $00 monthly to each. $325—Partner in carpenter shop. Houses and lots, ranches, cheap lots, all kinds of properties. 11-24 tf B. WHITE, 221 W. First St. v>s)-M PARTNER W ANTED IN A PAYING *!T«-*)"/ commission business, old established, doing a large, extensive business iv city and county. No Sunnay work. Business light and easily learnt,. W ill guarantee $100 a month to each, clear profit; What is wanted is a steady man who will be willing todevote about eigltt hours a day to the business; an excep tional chance. Apply this day to STOVER ,v Oi IVER, 11-30 tf 124 % s. Spring st., room 1. I7IOR SALE—AT 85 CENTS ON THE DOL lar. a first-class slock of boots and shoes, with lease of store, on spring street, very cen trally located and a v>ell-established trade; owner obliged to retire from the business on account of failing health; stock will invoice about $3500. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 West Second. 11-30 3t IMIR SALE—S4OOO; ONE OF THE MOST V popular and best-naying boot and shoe stores on spring street; this place is long es tablished and has always been very profitable: failing health Is only reason for selling. NO- I.A.s. A SMITH, 228 W Second. 11-17 tf I->OR SAIJi—ON SPRING STREET, CIGAR JP store; doing a business $20 a day; it can be bought for.slso on account oi the party lias got to go east to attend to other business; If yon wanta good paying business call see this. J. WALSH <y. CO., SoB>ja Spring street.9-2H tf I/OR S.U.E~sinoO-iIOTEL. GOOD LOCA- J 1 tion, doing a business of .si,oo per month; QheaU rent, long lease. This is a bargain at $10O<t. Party compelled to sell or. account of leaving for Europe. J. WALSH ,fc CO., ii-25 i i 308!< South Spring st. Uor" saTfT-ijroceries "raiTerTes, res -1 taurants, hotels, butcher shops, cigar, sta tionery, notion stores, lodging and boarding bouses: many others from $100 to $3000. IN FORMATION BUREAU, 310-, South Spring st.„Kdward Nlttlnger, manager; H-8 2m j THE LQB ANGELES DIRECTORY' OFFICE I keeps a complete list of all business ior sale or exchange, parties desiring to either buy or sell will consult their best Interests by applying at oflice, ions. Broadway. 8-0 I JOB BALE oi: EXCHANGE FOB LIVE 1 * stock or ranch, a well located livery and boarding stable, doing gooil business, having 30 boarders. Address Livery, box 30, Herald. 11-JHBt 1 FJoR SALE -good' PAVING RESTAURANT on Spring street; at $350 is giving it away. Don't miss this chance. .1. WALSH & CO., 11-25 tf 308!- 2 South Spring st. lIORI IOR SALE-NICELY 'fURNIBHF.D~I.ODG- I - ing bouse of 1(1 rooms; best location; , $750, by A. C. GOLSH, 147 8. Broadway. n_is_tf ' pTBR.B AND j \f KTROPOI.I TA N STEAM DYE WORKS, 241 , Al Franklin si.; line dvelng and cleaning. _ 1-13 tf IJA RISIA N DYE WORE S, 275 SOUTH MA IN st.; best dyeing in the city. 1-13 tf 1 JOHIROPOIUST. < MISS C. STAFFER, CIiTrOPODIST AND 1 masseuse, 211 W. First st., opp. Nadeau. i 12-24 tf 1 PEOPLE ECONOMIZING. It Is Proper and Bight,—A Valuable gestlon on theSubjset for All House holders. "There Is hardly a man or woman ln America who does not feel that the depreciation and de clining valuation of all kinds of property has necessitated and will continue to cause econ omy for years to come." This remark wss made by a leading American banker in conversation with the writer. "This economy mast extend not only to luxuries but to many other things. It includes the necessities ol life and the requliements ol healtb. w hen men or women are weak and depressed, or bavathe first symptoms of too d, oi a sickness, let It be pneumonia or any other disease, tbey can and should save a probable large future expense by counteracting Instant ly, the Srst symptoms of such troubles. If peo ple feel a chill, ihoy should at one i take tome stimulant to overcome It. In this way they will not only save expense, but possibly a long lliness which mi ;lu ensue did they not tako instant measares lo prevent. Nothing can so quiokly, so certainly accomplish mis as tbe great medicinal whiskey known as Duffy's Pure Malt. Us action Is quick and complete; It counteracts the first approach of anF dc s rlptton of cold and keeps disease at bay. The best classes of tbe community use it con stanoy for this purpose aud physicians reoom meiul v cnuilnuaD v. It is put ud In large size bottles, and In addition to ita superior quality furnishes a greater quantity than any other medicinal sttmuiaut lv the market. It is true csrtaln dealtrs often leek to sell ordinary whiskies, cUlmlng they are Just as good, but those who are well varsed are never deceived and Insist upon having tbe only pure medicinal prep .ration of tlin kind known En the wor d FOR KENT—HODSEI. r^Oßßi^riC^^R^ r rooming house very desirably located In this city: to the right parte a long lease Will be given on reasonable terms. NOLAN it SMITH, 338 W. Second. n-28 4t T?OR RENT-O-ROOMTioUSE, 320 S. Oi l VIC J? st,; just been put In first-class condition: newly papered, pointed, etc. BAKNKS A BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf IjM)R"*RBNT — COM PLETELY FT RNiIhED house of 10 rooms, barn, etc.; inquire No. !>3l South Hill, or CALKINS <St CLAPP, 105 South Broadway. 11-4 if •-|-<0 LET -FTJRNIBHBD FOR HOUSBKEKP- A ing, small 3-room cottage close iv. Inquire 210 S. Broadway. 11-3 tf rpo LET-HOUSE « ROOMI^IiATiIBOOMT 1 stable. H3Q Grand nve. 12-1 31 _ If OH RKN'I— KOilNs. FOR RENT —IN 010 S. Spring st., newly furnished throughout aud new management. IS suiinv outside rooms, suitable for gentlemen or married couples, jfs7* monthly; also unfurnished sunny rooms for light housekeeping, 11 monthly. 11-20 7t RENT—A PLEASANT" "ROOM WITH board In private family for gentleman anil wife; nice location and best table the market can afford. Address N. '/.., Herald. 11 11 tf T.IOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, V single or en suit,", rates reasonable: line location 020 S. Broadway. tf 17 OR RENT—SUNNY' FURNISHED ROOMS, r iflitoiflO per month. 503 South olive, corner Fifth. 12-1 3t TWO "FURNISHED ROOMS, EN SUITE, upper flat; 113 S. olive st. 11 30 5t MIMIKI.I. ANE"M'St. yioß rent^aTjFaTkX~ra^^ r ranches, orange ranches, ranches of nil descriptions a specially. I.istvour ranches lor sale or rent with K. r. CULLEN A 00., Min nesota Headquarters, 237 W. First st. 10 29ti RENT—BARN, STABLE AND LARGE yard; centrally located; suitable for con tractor's outtlt. 5Q3 South Olive, 12-1 3t I PHYSICIANS. lIS RS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MID ±11 wlfery. Ladies cared for during confine- 1 ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly attended to. Telephone 1110. out! Stephens; magnetic~lTeaijEr obesity and all diseases of either sex, es pecially those peculiar to ladles; hours, I lo 5. 231, .._ S. spring St., Ix>s Angeles. U-sim 1j< — BLA X EBUUE, V- D., EVE AND EAR. jm Late of Illinois Eye and Ear Itifirmarv and Chicago Opthalmic College, office. 24 B. Broadway. 9-2 tl j MRS." DR. IN HER BRICK block, 127 E Third st. Specialty, diseases of women. (Mis MIACTOIt*. / uiNRAD SCHERER, GRANITE, BITUMIN- V oils anil asphalt paving; 237 W. First st . ! THE RIFLE CONTEST. The Remit of Yesterday's Target Match. Tbe rifle tournament given by Co. A yesterday wae an expected largely at tended. The affair parsed off without hitch or mishap. The crack shots were out in force and battled determinedly for top prizes, and good scores were made. The shooting was on the 25 ring target, three shots constituting a score, and 75 points being the "possible." The special prize ol a camp arm chair offered by Wm. Hoegee lor tbe bent ■core by a member of the National guard, with the service rifle, was won by Private Geo. McClean of Co. A. The gold medai offered by Carl Enter mann was carried off by Joe Singer, the captain of the shooting section ol the Turners. Following are the prize winners and their scores. Winners will be issued certificates (or their prizes on applica tion at the armory this evening between 7 and 9 o'clock. Gold medal, Joe Singer OS Silver water pitcher, P F. Rico 67 Guitar. J. E. Fries 07 Plash rreser. George McCiean <itl lUily Times, 1 year. Joe Meier 0(1 Revolver, C. A. SU Uusgy robe, W. A. Frick tU Dally Hf.hai.d, 1 year, I„ Breer, Jr 03 Album ol music, R. K. Lee 6.1 Evening Kxyrves 1 yaar, John Hauerwass. S.i Ladies' shoes, kd Oolter 83 Traveling bag, W. f. Nordhoiut 03 silver pencil, <JapL Henry Steere, 01 Traveling bag, J. a. Strarth 01 luO pounds coal Beigi. F. B. Haven 5U One gallon bourbon, Urn Gueutber ft!) Quid watch chain, Lieut. J. L. A. Last 59 Table lamp. Corporal A. H. Bpllitstoesaer 59 Water set, J. 8. McCroy 57 Cabaret iv blue, uOdermott ftd Gent's shoes, O. O. • :rr 50 Photogravure of Gen, Grant Bsrgt W. Clarke.ss Traveling bag, A. M. Austin 5% Hunting shoes, Lieut 8. Crawlord. ... 55 .Six Hammsin baths first Sr'gt. H. C. Miles ' 51 Cas wive, F. D. Benedict 55 Smyrna rug, C. D Piatt ~SB Water sol, 0. Kiemple 53 Gent's hat, E. J. Post 53 Box cigars, 1., F. O'Neill 53 Accordvon, O. L. Neer 53 cane or umbrella, Theo. Myer .' 51 Gent,s hat, Corp'i D. i.larkc 50 Box cigars, — Ostin— 55 Case winj, C. F. A. Last 50 Leather card ca-e, W m. (Juandt 49 Inkstand, F. Huebsch 40 Ham and side bacon, Beigt. C.Lchnbuusen 48 World's fair atlss, — Dock finger 40 Box cigar., G. H Wilson 40 Gent's hat, S, H Meor= 4i Pocket kniie, Lieu. F. I. Boldwm 45 Box cigars, sergt. A. Roth 44 Gent's hat, 0. W. Reeves. 4t Half sheep, H. Ryming 43 Rifle. Rod and Gun, M. If Madden 42 Box figais, A. F. Swisher 4i Silk puspendcrs, —. Isililsnn 41 Set chess men. I. A. Huber 40 Camping ai.d Camn Outfits, 1 F. Marek 40 Fruit Hales. Nkw York, Nov. 28.—The Earl Fruit company sold California fruit at auction today as follows: Tokay grapes, $1.05 to $2.40; half crates Tokay grapes, 90 cents to $3 20; Cornichon grapes, $1.95; half crates Cornichon grapes, $1.35; Emperor grapes, $2.40; half crates Fer rara grapes, 70 cents. Chicago, Nov. 28.—Tbe Earl Fruit company sold California fruit at auction today at the following prices: EmDeror grapes, $1.95 to $2.05; half crates Em peror grapes, $115; half crates Tokay grupee, $1.50 to $1.60; half crates Malaga grapes, $1.20. Kucklan's Arnica Salvv. The best salve in the world ior eat*, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, lever soras, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all sxln cru tlous, aud positively cures plies or uo pay required, it is guaranteed to give perfect sat isfaction or money reiujided. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by o."'. Heinz jinau, 222 N. Main street. MANITOBA GRIZZLIES. MONSTROUS BEARS IN THE FORESTS BACK IN THE MOUNTAINS. ■ Some of Them Tower Sis Feet Above ■ Has, and It Takes Nerve to Stand In That Tremendous Presence —A Uunter Saved Bis Life by Koine a Circus Act. | Fifteen years ago, Bald Georgo W. Bae, a Manitoba pioneer, the grizzly bear was so plentiful among tho Mani toba Rockies that tho Hudson Bay com pany annually secured many hundreds of their skins from tho army of hunters and trappers that had its range in that wild region, but today this fierce and ponderous beast—nowhere so fierce or of such enormous proportions as among tho Manitoba fastnesses—is quite a rari ty in its old haunts, and I doubt if one can now be come upon without a diffi cult and tedious journey of at least 800 miles into the interior wilderness of the province. The grizzly has met with almost as hard a fate as the buffalo, although, from tho naturo and isolation of its present retreats und tho difficulties attendant on hunting and trapping for it, the grizzly bear, like the Manitoba moose, will nev er become extinct in that country. I be lievo that the moose, although the flesh of 2,000 of them is required to supply ths military stations in tho territory alons with fresh meat every year, is as plenti ful today in its wild retreats as iVJias been at niiv timo since the great inroads of fur antf J>elt hunters wero begun in the territory. I know no reason why the grizzly boar of the Manitoba Rockies should grow bo much larger than the grizzly of the same mountains in the States, but a long and varied experience in hunting these animals in their respective localities has proved to me that such is the fact. No grizzly bear that 1 over captured or that 1 ever knew to be captured south of Manitoba measured Store than 7» feet from muzzle to tail, or weighed more than 1,800 pounds. But it was no un common thing in tho palmy days of grizzly bears in Manitoba for tho hunter or trapper to be confronted by one of these monsters t> feet In length and with 1 a bulk of 1,900 pounds or more. I have I seen Manitoba grizzlies that when they [ throw theriselves Oh their haunches and , rose erect towered five feet and six feet i above me. and I want to tell you that it | takes s man with v huge quantity and i the best quality of nervo to stand in that : tremendous presence nnd prepared to do buttle coolly and with v level head. Grizzly bears, like all tho rest of the . bear family, havo the curious habit of i rising against a tree, and, reaching up , as far as they can with their fore paws, , making marks in tho bark by digging it <' with their <«!a\vs. I have moro than once come across theso measuring marks of a grizzly, as tho marks on the bark aro called, 12 feet above the ground. Imagine coining suddenly upon a beast like that in some deep ravine or isolated spot almost impassable owing to tho ' down timber heaped and tangled on tho ground and surrounded by rocks and thick underbrush. The sight of his great jaws, open nnd red, und his eyes : flashing in fury at you from the enor mous head that towers so far above you, : Is something only to be appreciated when once seen. When there were buffaloes on the plains, Manitoba grizzly bears were keen ; and persistent hasten of them. When a grizzly ami n buffalo met, there was sure to be a fearful contest, although it seldom lusted long, and the buiTalo was usually the victim. The buffalo bull, when confronted by v bear, would in variably charge ferociously upofi its big and ugly foe. This was just what tho bear desired, and he awaited, erect on his haunches, the onset of the buffalo. As the latter rushed forward with low ered head and was almost upon the bear the immense grizzly threw himself quickly to one side, and with a blow as quick ns lightning with ono of his great forepuws seldom failed to break his an tagonist's neck. A Manitoba grizzly has been known to engago in rapid succes sion four and even live infuriated buffalo bulls and kill every ono of them. It sometimes happened, though, that a bull younger and more agile than his com panion lUOCSeded in evading the fatal blow of the grizzly's terrible paw long enough to give in turn a deadly thrust of his horn into the bear's side, puncturing bis vitals and making the contest a mu tual slaughter ln general characteristics, of course, the Manitoba grizzly is not in any way different from others of the family. While 1 believe that a grizzly bear will sometimes wait and precipitate a fight with a man and tako pains to put him self in the way of one, in the great ma jority of cases he will take a second thought about the matter and back out. A queer instance of this disposition came to my knowledge once whero a famous Manitoba guide courageously advanced upon threegrizzlies.au old sho one and two half grown cubs, and, by a series of ridiculous monkoyshines aud acrobatic maneuvers within a rod or two of the threatening bears, filled thorn with such astonishment and apparent fear that they retreated to the- woods as fast as they could go. The hunter's gun had snapped in both barrels, ho having drawn on the old bear before the young ones came upon the scene. It was in a fit of desperation that he tried the turning of a handspring and jumping up and down, clapping his hands and resorting to other unhuuter liko measures. 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