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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
tf"you have any propertyVor' 8ALE,
1 to lease or exchange, 1 will guarantee to get
you customers quicker than any real estate
dealer in Los Angeles. I'm a hustler and not
here for my health. Send me your list. It
won't cost you an vlhing to do so. Best of ref
erences. W. 1 P., Box 565, Los Angeles post
office. 10-26 tf
N-OTFcE-THF." 1,08 ANGELES CITY WATER
company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: The hours tor twinkling are between
6 ami 8 o'clock a.m. and 6 ami 8 o'clock p.m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off ami a tine of $2 w ill be
charged before the water will be turned on
again. 847 tf
TVE HAVeTiOUSES, LOTS AND LAND IN
V* all parts of tho city and country, in qual
ity and quantity and price, it you will cull in
and let us tell you what we have that we have
personally investigated, we will make you feci
at home. BTOVEB ec OLIVER,
11-30 tf 124' a South Spring st.
HfT sAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
Loan and Trust company are enclosed in a
lire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity:
alcoves attached for the private examination
of valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady in attendance. 8-1 tf
FsminVfemalf, PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief for
painful and irregular menses—from whatever
causes. For sale by FREEMAN & CARPER,
102 N. Spring st. Price, $2 per box. 5-9 ly
IG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; all kinds of painting and repair
ing. 128 San Pedro st., between First and Sec
ona sts., Los Angeles. 7-6 if
I 'OR HOUSES TO~RENT CALL ON
' BARNES 6c BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
"A ~F. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER] OFFICE,
i'V. 12 Center place. 1-15 if
X^OrTr^NT^S^ROOMi ITOUBE?S2O*fi OLIVE
r st,; just been put in Urn-class condition:
newly papered, painted, etc. BARNES A; '
HA KNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
FOR RENT— ,
TTOR RENT—A PLEASANT ROOM WITH 1
r board In private family for gentleman aud 1
wife; nice location and best table the market
can afford. Address N. Z., Herald. 11 11 tf
1" ,'Oii RENT—NICELY FURNISHED FRONT 1
! room, suitable for one or two gentlemen.
Apply 330 Buena Vista St., half a block from 1
new court house. 12-3 7t
1'OR" RENT—SUNNY FRONT ROOM, FUR-
V nished. 503 Olive St., cor Fifth. 12-S 2t 1
I'OR1 'OR - RENT —NICE FURNISHED R00M,6a2
l.os Angeles street. 12-3 lm.
I''OR RENT—ALFALFA RANCHES. STOCK
ranches, orange ranches, ranches of all
descriptions a spec 1 ally. List your ranches for
sale or rent with K. ('. CULLEN 4 CO., Min
nesota Headquarters, 237 W. First st. 10 29tl
JjlOR RENT—1 — HOTEL, 22 ROOMS, NICELY
furnished; good saloon, with large stock.
Furniture and st.ck for sale. Address P. M., 1
box 30, this office. 12-7 7t
riO LET~COR~NER CENTRAL AVENUE AND
L Mary street, 8-aere fruit ranch. Call 414
East Twenty-third street. 12-3-71 1
Ijersonal—coffee?fresh roasted on
our Giant roaster: Java and Mocha, 35c ]
per lb.; mountain coffee, 25c; 10 lbs. corn- 5
meal, 15c; 6 lbs. rolled wheat or oats, 25c;
Gcrmea, 2oc; rolled rye, 10c; gran, sugar, 19
lbs.forsl; 13 lbs. beans! 26c; a cans apricots,
25c; 3 cans roast beel, 25c; 3 pkts mincemeat,
25c; 8 lbs. raisins, 25c; glass marmalade,so; 1
ext. beef, 25c: can coal oil, 80c; 3 lbs lard, 30c; 1
pork, 12Uc; picnic hams. lOWc; wood pails.
20c; brooms, 20c. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 '
S. Spring st, 1
EKSONAL—RALPH BROS. GOLD BAR
flour, $1.00; city Hour, 70c; granulated
sugar, 20 lbs $1: brown sugar, 22 lbs $1; 6 lbs ,
Tolled oats, 25c; sardines, o boxes 25c: table
fruit, 3 cans frOc; Lion coffee, 25c lb; eastern
oil, 80c: gasoline, SOe; 2-lb ettll cotlied beef,
15c; lard, 10 lbs, t)0c; 5 lbs, 45c 601 S. Spring
St., corner Sixth.
PERSONAL- MRsTTaRKER, CLAIRVOY-
I ant: consultation on business, love, mar
riage, disease, mineral locations, lite reading
etc. Take university electric cars to Forrester
avc. an l Hoover st. ;'go west 011 Forrester rive.
3 blocks to Vine si., second house on Vine
west of Vermont aye. 8-30 ti
I)ERBONAL— JOHN~KLATEB.""WILL HOLD '
positively his lost test seance at hall. 2UB
N. Main St., Sunday evening, December 10th.
at 8 sharp. Wonderful manifestations of
spirit power given. Admission 25 cents.
_ 12-0 2t 1
iJERSONAL— THE ELOQUENT RAVLIN AND
the wonderful Temple, nexl Sunday
at Grand Army 'null, l-i S. Spring, afternoon
ami evening; 200 additional chairs have been
secured; room for all. 12-S2t j
M"ABR7ED I.'aTTk- - SAFEGUARD: I'AT- '
ented: no medicine: no equal; money
refunded if not satisfactory. Send 10 cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY Co., Kansas city, Mo.
I~KRSONAI. - LANDSCAPE GARDENER - ;
Grading riml laying off a specialty. Plans,
sketches and estimates furnished. John
ADA MB, 042 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. 12-8 31 1
R. POULSON CAN HE CONSULTED I.IR
a short time at 319 North Sichel street. .
Honrs 2to 4 p m.; Easl Los Angeles. 12-7 31
Matrimonial" bureau- stamp - for
details. Address I. o. box 134. MRS.
COYNE. 11 ;u> mi
T »It. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
If First sts., Wilson block: lake elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work ;i specially: teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. m-1 tf j
ITR t a TOLllUlts'f, ~IiENTIST" To*'* X.
J spring st., rooms -_', 3 and 7. Painless ex
traction. 6-20 tf
J' '7;ANIrsT'E V EN~s732I r .7<)UTII SiqTl Xi l"sT."
Open Sunday and evening by electric light.
R. PA It X X it, "i 1K NTI s'i'7 N. E «08, XI RBT 1
and Sprlnj sis., 1 -•:»■ „ yy\ Flral si. o- 9tl \
I )I'KGESs .1. REEVE A 1: li ITECT, EST A I!
-li Ushhd for the lusl 10 years in Los Angeles.
No. 127 West second st. I-ill l y ,
t H. BROWN, AltciiITKCT, 132 S. ftiti)~Al7 '
>* way, between First aud Second. B-7 tf *
UTKKi A">o KINt»MMK-».
STEAM DYE WoKKS, 2-11 , i
Franklin st.; title dyeing aud cK-aning. I
I> A X LSI A N 11V E\YOB X t5,~27- i - SO l"!' 1 AIN ,
J st: best dyeing In tho city. l-l3tf
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SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. 2iS*WEBTSEC
ond st., Los Angeles, Cal. Honest work,
honest prices. 12-8 tf , 1
-A JBBfIKAOTAN'Ii' TfTLK INSURANCE COM- \
i\ puny of Los Angeles, rorthwest corC--r of 1
Franklin ami .■,'■■>. nigh si.-. .IP-17 tf J
CM I ttllPlllllßl .
SlAFlill. CHll'Ol'ODisT AND ]
aTA masseuse, 21 i IV. L'Trst st., opp. .Sudcau. 1 J
12-24 tf j t
H (uaiue; plates, house numbers and s gns;
readable in the darkest night; $5 to $10 per
day easily made In any territory; sample eases
free; w rite at once to Electric Name Plate oni
pany, 60 Case »t, Chicago tf
UfT ANTED - ORGANIZERS — GOOD LIVE
'» men or women to organize lodges for
Sexennial league, a first-class fraternal and
beneficial order. For particulars apply to L.
C CUMMINS, D. a P., State Organizer, room
7, 175 N. Spring st. 11-14 lin
IITANTKf)—ALL NEEDING HELP, FREE
M emplovmen* or any information, address
K. KITTtNUBR'S BUREAU; established IHHO.
onVe. MlO'a S. spring at., residence 451 S.
Hope St., corner Hfth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 1 .3. f ill tf
Or ANTED—A FEW ACTIVE MKN WHO
rl can give references and bonds, if re
quired; permuncnt and profitable employ
ment Will be given the right parties. CALI
FORNIA MUTUAL INVESTMENT CO., 12 W.
Third st. 1. -22U
(JETTY, HUMMEL St CO., EMPLOYMENT
I agents, 131-131 W. First St.. Telephone
*00, under the Los Angeles National bank.
Help of all kinds carefully selected and fur
nished. Situations of all kinds furnished.
/TITY AND COUNTY"OFFICIAL FRF.K I.A-
V ' bor bureau, 240 New High st. Telephono
1153: for cooks, waiters, household help, me
ehanicsand laborers. \V. A. WHITE, manager.
VI""ANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
»> work. 914 Mozart st.. East Los Angeles;
none but llrst-elqss need apply. 12-8 2t
WANTED— SITUATION BY A YOUNG COL.
ored woman as chambermaid and seam
stress in family; six years' experience with
dressmakers: can cut and fit. call at Ist)
Hewitt street. 12-3-7t
ANTED—SITUATION BY YOUNG MAN
of 24 as clerk in grocery s.ore; nor par
ticular about wages; speaks "French, German
and English. N. GEORGEH, 945 Union avc.
VJTANTED—POSITION BY A jCOMPETENT
*r lady, a housekeeper, or care of invalids,
Call or address, Housekeeper, 440 s. Broad-
WA «TKI>—KBAL KsTATK.
TETANTED—LWT YOUR PROPERTY FOR
I? sal" with me. I have buyers and am In
want of lots, houses, acreage ami businesses in
all parts. HENRY J. STANLEY, 242 S. ltroad
way, next city hall. 12-5 tf
Tl T ANTEI>-TO BUY MODERN STYLE S TO
M S-room house, west of Main, south of
Fifth, not over $2000: half cash. J. 60. this
office. 12-0 2t
TIT ANTED—A COTTAG EIIK4 OR J ROOMS",
TV close In, furnished or unfurnished. Ad
dress H, box 40, this office. 11-25 tf
LOT ON OR WEST OF
TV Seventh street; must be a bargain. 11.40,
tbis office. 12-0 <t
WANTED— BY YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE
by Dec. 15th 2 or 3 furnished rooms for
light housekeeping: will be permanent if sat
isfactory arrangements can be made; some
private "family having more rooms than 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
565, Los Angeles. 10-23 tf
\l T 'tNTi:i) WE WANT YOU TO TELL YOUR
Tl friends to come over to our house, and
see what a tine list of property of all kinds we
have for sale and trade, and we will try our
Lest to make you happy. You will find us at
124', South Spring st.", room 1. STOVER A
OLIVER. 11-30 tf
\\' ANTED—A PARTNER WITH $.1000 TO
ft invest in a paying project, in which there
are no chances of loss and profits large. Party
desiring to deal must furnish evidence of good
character. Address D, Herald office, 9-23 tf
TXT ANTED—PARTNER IN A PAYING BUSI
II ness; $300 cash required. Full particu
lars given by owner at our office, at 10:30 on
Monday. STOVER tt OLIVER, 124',, South
Spring, room 1. 12-3 tf
TXT A NTEII—HORSE AND LIGHT WAGON
V? for delivery; from sto 7 years old. Call
Co-operative Fish and Game market. Grosser
block, E. Fifth st., cor. San Julian. 12-8 3t
VST ANTED~pTfoi' I. E WITH ME AN S TO
TV plant in a desirable location frull trees;
when bearing will deed half the land. Ad
dress box 206, lxis Angeles. 11-18 sat sun 01
AIT ANTED—SOME ONE" TO~~DISPLAY AND
V? rHflle a handsome pastel picture. Will
give 25 per cent of proceeds. Address box E,
1658 Temple strejt. 12-1) It !
« T ANTED AT*ONCE—ALL KINDS OF SEC
II ond-hand furniture for spot cash; high
est prices paid. LEWIS A; ALDEKSON, 312 S.
Main st. Tel. 1108. 12-6 lm
TITA NTE D—M A N WITH $2501) TO PUR-
V* Chase half interest in a desirable inven
tion; fortune in it. Address E, Herald office.
\V ANTED—CONTRACT TO MAKE ORANGE
11 boxes at your own price, with or without
board. V Z box 40, this office. 12-7 41
■\\TOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 226 S.
TT 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
cessful shorthand ami typewriting department
and a practical English course; new college
rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec
tric elevator for pupils' use : new-furniture and
appliances: open all the year; pupils received
at any time; illustrated catalogue and full In
formation free. g. a. iiot'Gii, president;
N. G. FEI.KER. vice-president. 5-4 ly
OS ANGELES 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 commereiol, shorthand, tyue
wri ing, telegraphy, assaying and all Englfsb.
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sessions, Terms
reasonable. Call at office, or w rite for elegant
catalogue. E. V. SHRADER, President; F. W.
X ELSE V, Vice-President; I. L. INSKKEP, Sec
retary. 9-16 ly
rtASA, DE ROSAS, FIiOUBEL INSTITUTE,
Adams St., cor. Hoover St., will open all its
departments Tuesday, Oct, u4. For further
particulars apply to MRS. CAROLYN M. N.
ALDEN, 806 W. Adams si. 9-27 tf
bcHOOI. FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING AND
io Elocution, Btowell block, -26 s. spring st.
Separate classes for misses, motrons anil chil
dren now forming for January. Apply to
MISS ALFP.EY. 9-30 6m
T OS AN i i I'.I.ES~~SCII* »OL OF ART AND DE-
I . sign, chamber of Commerce building.
Branches, Pomona College and Euclid avenue,
Pasadena. 10-29 3in
HoRTHANI) AMI TYPEU'KITING —BEST
advantages, LONGLEY INSTITUTE, Sirring
and First st.-, S-7 li
IJtOB EXCHANGE — 101 ACRES 7 mTIES
1 from center of Los Angeles; horse of 12
ri.r'ins: 2 artesian wells; place all inclosed
With plan): fence; all good alfalfa or fruit
land; unincumbered; will assume Incum
brance or pay cash difference for good Income
property. G. I* CHAMBERLIN .v. CO., 127W
W. Second st. 12-6 5t
F OR EXCH AKGE—lsfjj ACRES, LOCATED
al Vinoiahdj B acres set to fruit; house ol
0 rooms; plenty of good water; 18 miles from
this city; price, $5000. will exchange for city
propcriv, subject or mortgage.
G. L. CHAMBERLIN & CO.,
12-6 5t 127' a W. Second st.
|j<OK EXCHANGE '$2.-».IKM» -20I)~A< I! ES~AT
JT San Jacinto, all fenced and cross-fenced;
50 acres set to alfalfa; will exchange for Los
Angeles or Pasadena property; will pay cash
difference for good income property.
g. L. CHAMBERLIN >v. CO.,
12-6 St 127" i VV. Second st.
iji Int EXCH A Ntik-A FI.VK HOME OF 30
J" 1 iicres lor good farm land iv Florida, Ala
bama or any where in the cast that will bear
Investigation. STOVER .t OLIVER, 124U
South Spring, 12-3 tl
I?OU EXCHANGE ID ACRES OF GOOD
iriiitor uliuiia land iv Riverside county
for city property; will assume incumbrance.
G. L, CIIA.MI'.EKI.IN A CO., 127' 2 \V. Second st.
I'OR EXCH INGE" INSIDE PROPERTY 'IN
1 Denver to trade lor Los Angeles property
or equity. Inquire HOLLA GARDNER, The
colton, rourth and Los Augclcssircets. 12-f) 2t
¥7 OB EXCH ANG E—2o TcREH GOOD AUT\h- I
V fit hind at .--1:11 Jacinto, for house and lot in ;
L-.s Angelea. G. 1.. CHAMBERLIN Ac 1:0.,
12 661 127' 2 W. second st.
E'OR EXCHANGE city LOTS AND ACRE-
Jt 1 -go; bargains to suit large and small capi
talists. G. A DOBI.NsON, 1 Bryson block. 1
I 'OR EXCHANGE—CITY IN COM E- PAY ING
I property; centrally leca cd. G. A. DOBLS
BOM, 1 Bryson block. ot I
LOS ANGELES HERALDf SATURDAY fifORNINC. DECEMBER 9, U'93
TOR 8 « LB—CITY PROPERTY.
JJEAL ESTATE SNAPS.
TERUSE 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
I .'OR SALE—S 1100— HOfSE AND LOT ON
1 Slebold St., Brooklyn tract.
$2boC—House and lot, 7 rooms, on Jackson
$2.>iiO-Two houses and lots on Jackson St.;
5 rooms each.
$900 l me lot on Brooklyn Heights, 50x250
feet; splendid location.
$600—Fine lot in Brooklyn tract; this is a
$2600—HOUM and lot, Turner and Vigncs
sts.; this is a snap.
$1300— Corner lot, Turner and Center sts.
Every one ol tho above-mentioned arc good
speculations. Don't lose any time In seeing
them, for they won't be on the market very
TOR SALE OR TRADE —THE FOLLOWING
-F property in Nipomi, San Luis Obisbo
S.W. half of lot 'J, block 5, 50 feet front.
S.W. part of lots 5 and 1, block 2,50 feet
iW. all of lot 1, block ;t, -.00 feet front.
W. ball of lot 4, block 0, 50 feet front.
W. half ol lot tl, block ti, 50 feet front
Part of lots a and H, block 3, 5(1 feet front.
In liutchain A- CahiU's subdivision, lot 11,
bock 1, and lot 14, block 1; also lot IS In sub
division of lot 24, and io acres. The above
will be sold very cheap or exchanged.
A2O-FOOT BUSINESS LOT ON THE MAIN
street of San Jacinto; the business center;
this should besnapped at; just imagine, for tbe
small sum of $0 o. Also several residence lots
in San Jacinto from $50 up. Also acreage west
of the town from $150 an acre; all clear of in
•? 10 AND 20 ACRE PIECES IN SAN JACIN
«)» to. Buildings on sonic; artesian wells on
all tu' the property; also fenccl; will be sold
on the most reasonable prices.
TOR SALE—AT SANTA MONICA, "THE
.1 Long Branch of the Pacific," a neat, new
modern cottage and lot 50x130; also soverai
good lots upon which houses will be built to
•2 X^fi- FOR PALE—LOT ON SOUTH BRENT
<]N'«»U st., near Temple; street graded; lot
HI, block It), L. A. Improvement Co.'s subdi
vision; this is a rare bargain.
TOR EXCHANGE—A SMALL HOUSE AND
J7 lot in Larkln, Kearney county,Kan., which
cost $1200; will trade for Los Angeies prop
erty or good ranch property worth $2500 or
$a 000; will pay cash difference.
I T'OR EXCHANGE—BO ACRES UNIMPROVED
1 in Kearney county, Kansas, about two
miles irom llartland; wilt trade tor Los An
geles county property.
TOR SALE—HERE 18 SOMETHING GOOD
V in Visalia; Several lots, also houses and
lots, in the above thriving town, and a 12-ocre
farm near the same place, with good build
ings: will sell at reasonable prices or trade;
would not object to taking live stock (bogs or
cattle) in part payment. I have some Tulare
county property which I will dispose of on the
FOR SALE—THIS IS REALLY A BIG SNAP.
House of four rooms, lot 50x140, street
graded, near electric curs. First-class locality.
Price, $1500; $600 cash, balance In two years.
T?OR SALE —HOUSE AND LOT IMPROVED,
_T 50x230, on Aliso street; house of four
rooms, hall, closets, marble mant-1, hard fin
ished, etc., with outhouse; big yard; a bargain.
IflOR SALE—ON MAIN STREET, NEAR
1 Fifth street, building and lot; size of lot
70X185. Two-story brick building, 70x70 four
stores on ground floor, 20 large rooms, all
rented to good tenants. This is a splendid In
' T7OR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A TWO-STORY
jV house of seven rooms on Patton street be
tween Temple and Bellevue avenue: lot 50.x
150; all modern improvements: burglar alarm;
gas and electric bells; elevation 150 feet above
Main St.; tine view; near cable line.
T7*OR SALE—ON HILL ST., NEAR EIGHTH
iV st, house and lot 00x165: house of 11
rooms and bath; rooms all papered; hot and
cold water, electric bells, etc. Everything of
the latest improvements: an elegant home;
T/OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOS AN
JT geles county property, 10 acres at East
Riverside; good land and water; also, barn
and small house.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOS AN
geles county property, house and lot on
the corner of Third and G streets, San Bernar
dino: size 01* loi5Ox280; house, hard finished,
01" five rooms, pantries and cellar; good barn
fur two horses, hay and wagon: good artesian
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE —UNINCUM-
bered Suit Lake city, Utah, property for
Los Angeles county properly.
T-OI: SALE—TWENTY ACRES OF LAND,
V located near Downey; nicely improved;
about .0 acres in oranges and deciduous fruit;
good house, burn, windmill, and lank, alfalfa,
eucalyptus grove; this is a beautiful place for
a perfect country home.
T,'OR SALE -100 ACRES FOOTHILL LAND
_F tv East Riverside or will exchange for Los
Angeles county property.
FOR SALE —TWO NEW SIX-ROOM COT
tages, baths and closets, 011 K. 28th st., 100
feet from Main street; cement sidewalk; size
of lots, 50x125; will sell at $2000 each.
I 'OR EXCHANGE—IOO-ACRE RANCH ON
1 the Mojave river for a small improved
place; Ihe ranch has 100-inch water right,
ditch already out, small house, corral, etc.,
fenced, plenty of wood: U. S. patent; half mile
to post office, store, station and school; some
alinlfa out and more land cleared; can be made
a tine stock ranch: climate is line, second to
none for lung troubles.
1.1 OR SALE—I7!i ACRES NORTH OF THE
L Palms, ou Jose de Amaz tract, a house of
live rooms, 258 fruit trees, 300 gum trees, 30.*0
vines; halt' cash, balance in two or three years
al 8 percent; price $4250; this is an excellent
I'OR SALE OR EXCHANGE-25 ACRES
' tine orange and lemon land, with water,
on Colton Terrace, near Colton, San Bernar
dino county; will dispose of at Ihe low figure
oi $5500; see me about this at once.
J'OR SALE OR EXCHANGE—64O ACRES,
i 1 mountain ranch, 3500 feet elevation, near
Acton, Los A"gelescounty;goods room house,
burn with stebie and wagon shed; good well of
water with ateel windmill; 15 or 20 acres
cleared and broken; about 400 acres practi
cable orchard land, suitable for cherries,
apples or other deciduous fruits; balance hilly
pasture land; mountain cedar abundant for
tiicl; w ill sell a portion if desired; the whole
I -hi $11,000; this is a beautiful place and
I Mill EXCHANGE—FIVE ACh.JS IN PERRIS,
one-fourth of a mile from the town; will
trade for a lot iv Los Angeles; five acres is
worth at least $500.
I 'OR BALE—THIS SHOULD BE SNAPPED AT
I' right away; it is the best thing I have at
present; 20 acres of ranch property at San
Jacinto, all In fruit trees, five years old; about
equal parts of apricots, peaches, pears and
prunes; worth ot least $2»0 per acre; will take
$180 if taken immediately; will exchange for
good Kansas or Nebraska land.
I7IOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—2S6 ACRES OF
1 land i% miles cast of Riverside; 180
plow-land, rest pasture; good improvements;
will exchange for a good general iarm or stock
ranch near tne coast.
A DDRESS "P. L. W.," BOX 50, HERALD
J\ office, and I will call and see you. I'm too
busy to have an office. Time all taken up
"rustling" in selling and exchanging property
from Alaska to Florida and Maine to California.
Best of reference. If not satisfactory don't
deal with me. 11-27 tf
IMIK SALE— STORY - HOUSE AND LOT,
1 016 rooms, bath and closets; monthly pay
ments. Inquire 123 N. Figueroa, on the hill.
207 West Second street.
We have sn elegant income-paying business
block in a prosperous central state; will ex
change for Los Angeles city or county prop
60 feet front on Tenth st, near Pearl; $800,
22 acres, Workman station; 4-room hard
finished house; plenty of water; good corn, al
falfaorvlne land;a bargain; $lbott 12-7 tf
I7<OR BALE—SIOOO—LOT 00X100, FRONT
ing on Hope ulrect.
$I.lloo—Lot 00x100, corner Myrtle avenue
and Tenth street; cement walks.
$1600—House 9 rooms; hard finish; lot 60x
175; $200 cash, balance $15 per month.
$2500—House 7 rooms; all modern Improve
ments; essy terms; fronting Twenty-third at
$2500—Fine house; 5 acres choice hind;
flowing well; just In edge of city.
Numerous other fine deals. Call and sec us.
STOVER A- OLIVER,
11- 30 tf 124'/, s. Spting, Room 1.
FOR "RALE—AT YOUR OWN PRlCE7lnf
proved city property, No. 820 West Tenth
street, 200 feet Irom Pearl, on clean side.
House nearly new, cost $2250 to build; size of
lot 40x110: house contains 7 rooms and bath:
can be seen at any time as owner lives in the
house and desires to sell as his business calls
hlin elsewhere. This house has all modern
Improvements; cement walks, lawn, some
flowers and shrubs, and must lie sold by Jan
uary 1, 189*. Parties desiring to purchase can
make their own pricejfor this property, staling
terms in a sealed envelope and addressing 8.,
box 1202, station C, and the best offer will get
the place. Title guaranteed. Cash preferred.
2 lots 50x150 each,
House and lot, new, of 5 room .
Twelfth ond san Pedro,
M. F O'DKA,
12- 2 tf 103 S. Broadway.
Jjl OR~ 8 ALE—THE NOBBIEST COTTAGE
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 A Biyan
tract. It will 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 sec It will convince you.
WESLEY CLARK, 127 W. Third st. 11-29 tf
r^OR"sALE-5-R(HIM _ C r OTTAGFr~Ci;OI(:E
F neighborhood; mortgaged and must be sold
withinin 10days: onlyslsoo.
An elegant 8-roora residence on Hill street;
mortgaged and must be sold; small cottage
turther out taken In part payment. Never let
on opportunity slip. FLOURNOY, 128 Broad
way. 12-9 2t
I^OR~ SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT BOY LE
' Heights at $nOO and $350, on easy Install
ments. Also, houses and lots at $800, $1200,
$1550, $2700, $500 , and $7000. Lot on 1 l.irty
flrst near Grand avenue $800. Lots in Bonnie
Brae tract at $iOOO. $18»ti and $1900. F. A.
HUTCHINSON, 213 W. First street. 12-3 7t
FORSALE— THlsls REALLY - A BIG SNAP.
House of four rooms, lot 50x140, street
graded, near electric cars; first-class locality.
Price, $1500; $600 cosh, balance in two
years. Address, BARGAIN, box 80, Herald
office. 11 3 tf
YXJ E HAVE TWO HOUSES IN FIXE IP
» v cations to sell at bargains on the install
ment plan; easy terms. Call this day on
STOVER & OLIVER,
12-5 tf 124' 2 South Spring st, room 1.
TOR" SALE-LIST YOUR PROPERTY'~FOR
X" sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN A CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 west First st
SALE-NEAR WESTLAKE PARK, FINE
' tv located lots, $350 to $860 each. EDWIN
SMITH, 115 S. Broadway. 11-22 lm
Houses" for sale on building and
loan plan. A. BARLOW, 227 W. Second.
Office hours 12 to 2. 11-22 tf
LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE Orfi'x
change with CHAS. VICTOR HALL, Stlm
son block. 11-28 \ j
fur halk—country property.
F6r~sale-"at Pomona"" say', you
read of '•snap bargains," and alter reading
throw the paper down, mid if you use slang
you say "rats;" now here Is a snap bargain at
which you w ill not be guilty of ustng slang:
the Income in the past thiee years lias been
$19,000 in gold coin : last year the owner got
an extra large crop, and sold for $2.10 per box,
and realized $11,600 on the year's crop; the
property is 18 acres set to oranges; only three
iourths ot a mile from the center of Pomona:
extra water right, valued at $/000, and will
sell lor that price; you can buy the vvhoie
place for $25,0,10— cash balanoe easy
terms, 7 percent; 1 make no statement that I
cannot verily; never for sole before; come and
sac it. It. a BASSETT, Pomona. 11-3 tf
OITACRES IN BEARING ORANGES AND
—11 lemons at North Ontario; Irrigation water
Eiped to-the highest point of each lu-acre tract;
ouse of 5 rooms, barn, buggy shed, wood shed,
chicken corrat and olfolia sufllclsitl to keep a
cow; domestic .water piped into tiie house,
born and around the grounds. A title location
and all In first-class condition. Price $11,000.
Call on or address FRANK P. FIttEY, Pomona,
California. 12.3 7t
OR - S A NTeFY E^
Deciduous fruit land,
Lemon and orange land,
$150 per acre with water.
E. B. OUBHMAN, agent,
Alamltos Land Company,
12-5 tf 301 West First sirect.
SAI.E-170 ACRES FINE ORANGE.
1 vine or olive load, adjoining the celebrated
Vache winery at Brooksidc, near Redlands*
this is the very choicest land in that neighbor
hood in the market; all or part; price, $i 5,-:00;
terms easy. For particulars sec A. C. GOLSH,
147 a Broadway, 8-30 tf
CV)R~ SALE—IM~RCHASERS DESIROUS OF
X 1 locating in San Gabriel Valley on l.os An
geles Electric car line, South Pa.-'udena, Pasa
dena, Gtendora, Clareinoiil, Sau Fernando,
Ontario, Albambra or Hespcria, address box
200, Los Angeles. 11-18 sat sun Ot
FOR SALE-FINE RESIDENCE PROPEIUY
in Pasadena; rents ior $21* 0 per annum;
nets over 10 percent: the best bargain in the
county. K. P. CULLEN A CO., .Minnesota
headquarters, 237 W. First st. 10-29 tf
T? OR~ 8 ALE^LIST _ YOU R PROPER TV FOR
r sale or rent with K. P. (TLLEN & CO.,
Minnesota headquarters, 237 West First st
TT 1 0" 20 ACRES IN SAN
I 1 Fernando valley; genuine bargain, easy
terms. W. E. McVAY, 223 South Spring street.
SEE - f7pT~MEAGHF;R~ FOR BARGAINS IN
real estate. 105 N. Broadw ay, Los Angeles.
FOR BAI.IS-I.IVa; STOCK.
' with curriage and harness; also a few fine
driving and delivery horses. See COBB, at O.
K. Stable, 248 a Main street. 12-t-tf
tj"lOR~ SALE—FINE BUSI NESS HORSE, - 5
1 years old. Inquire at 302Jx0 8. Spring st.
I T'OR 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.
171 or sale-firstc:lass ticket TO cm".
JP cago, for lady and gentleman cr lady, very
cheap. Apply at this office. 12-9 2t
JpOR BALE -OLfTpTpERS IN QUANTITIES
to suit at this office.
MM||M Ane daTsaved bTtajcTng
(■HMHAMV' Santa Fe excursions in Kan
lß(|pSPVsas City, si. Louis, Chicago, New
York and Boston. Leave Loh Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston; family tourist sleepers to
Kansas City aud Chicago daily. Low rates and
quickest time. Office, 129 N. Sluing st. 7lm
J PHILLIPS' EXCURSION PERSONALLY CON
ducted via Rio Grande Western, Denver
and Rio Grande and Rock Island route, leaves
Los Angeles every Tuesday, crossing the Sierra
Ncvadas and passiiigentire RioGrande scenery
by daylight. Office 138 S. Spring street. 12-9tf
JUDSON I cb."S EX CURBIONB EAST
every Monday via Rio Grande route;
through tourist sleepers to Chicago and Bos
ton, personally managed. Office, 212 S. Spring
St., Los Angeles.
FM YOU lAMB.
IVI w-ifery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellcvue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1119. 6-otf
DR. STEPHENS M AGNETITj HEALER,
obesity and all diseases ol cither sex, es
pecially those peculiar to ladies; hours, 9 to 5.
236 /3 8. Bprlngst, l.os Angeles, 11-8 lm
1-1 "~ BLAKESLEF, M l)., EYE AND~EAR.
li« Late of Illinois Eye apd Ear Infirmary
and Chicago Opthnlmlc College. Office. 24 \_
S Broadway. 9-2 tf
\f RS. DR. WELLS - OFFICE IN~HKR BRICK
iVI block, 127 E third st. Specialty, diseases
_ i/-M OPPORTUNITIES.
S'HM) -FRUIT> IANDIEa
$275— Notion store.
$275—Fruits, cigars and candies.
WM)- Butcher shop.
tf 16(10—Grocery More.
$1 10O—Groceries and fruits.
MOO—Trull store. , '«
•BOO—Fruits ami nuts.
$1000— Cigars and drinks.
$01)0—Fruits, caudles and cigars.
Call and sec us. We can furnish you with
everything you want. Call and see us
STOVER 4 OUVER.
_12-a tf U3K South Spring, Room 1.
FOR SALE BY R. WHITE, 221 WEST FIRST
street—sl2s- Cigar store--bargain today.
$200—Fruit store; receipts $8 daily.
$350- Delicacy store—pays well.
$350— Restaurant receipts $20 daily.
$!iOO—Cigar store—exceptional chalice.
$750—Large fruit business.
$25110— large paving hotel.
$3500—Milk route and dairy.
LODGING HOUSES! LODGING IIOUSEBII
10 rooms, easy terms—WOO.
5 rooms, well furnished—s2so.
27 rooms, elegant only $1000.
7 rooms, niajjnlllcent $500.
Any kind olu business or property you want,
from $125 to $50,0U0. Apply, 11. WHITE, 24i
West First street. 12- .-tf
J 1 LODGING HOUSES.
15 Rooms, $350.
5 Rooms, $27-.
5 Rooms, $550.
10 Rooms, $5(1(1.
20 Rooms, $IR,|.>.
.10 Rooms, $3000.
10 Rooms, 8660.
17 Rooms, $1000.
30 Rooms, $350 '.
40 Rooms, $3000.
28 Rooms, $1000.
All of this list w ill bear close Investigation.
We have many others. Call and examine.
STOVER & OLIVER,
12-6 tf 124'.j South Spring, Room 1.
IT>OR BALE-100 BARGAINS IN LODGING
40 rooms-$350. 39 rooma-$2BOO.
20 rooms -$1000. 8 rooms-s4o'.
45 rooms—s2ooo. 10 rooms $450.
2U looms—sl2oJ. 20 rooms— $850.
9 rooms -$450. 11 rooms—#o6o.
33 rooms—slooo 18 hotel—slooo.
Cash payment or trode. Call see list in office.
J. WAI.SH & CO., 8 Spring st 12-0-tt
(j»•>"/!—PARTNER WANTED IN A PAYING
*r""Z»Rj commission business, old'established,
doing a large, extensive business in city and
county. No Sunday work. Business liglit and
easily learnt Will guarantee $100 a month to
each, clear profit. What is wanted is a steady
man who will be willing to devote about eight
hours a day to the business; an exceptional
chance. Apply this day to STOVER'A OLIVER,
UM)| s. Spring st., room 1. 12-0 tt
LODGING HOUSE"F()R SALE OF 24 ROOMS,
within 3' 3 blocks of the city hall; house
clegontly furnished throughout, with all mod
em improvements; new- furniture; best loca
tion in the city; two years' lease; tow rent;
wilt Bell reasonable; all of the rooms are rent
ed; good reason for selling. This is an excel
lent buy. Address W. L. P., Postofncc Box
505, city. 12-rttf
READ THIS AD—LODGING HOUSE 20
rooms, 0 rooms furnished tirst class, bal
ance unfurnished, all rented: rent $20 per
month Price only $200; giving it away, li
you want this snap call early, It will goquick.
J. WALSH & CO., JOS'a S. Spring st. 12-8 tf
If ANUFACTURTNtriU SINESS; GOOD 1,0
-IVI cation; fine trade; clearing $100 per
month;can Investigate between 8:30 and 10
on Monday. Full particulars, and satisfactory
reasons for selling. STOVER A OLIVER,
124< 2 ' South Spring, room 1. 12-3 tf
OF THE MOST
' popular and best-paying boot aud shoe
stores on Spring street; this place Is long es
tablished and has always been very protitable;
failing health is only reason ior selling. NO
LAN tic SMITH, 228 "W Secorftt. 11-17 tf
T"10R SALE—GROCERIES BAKERIES, RES
IV taurants, hotels, butcher shops, cigar, sta
iouei'v, notion stores, lodging and boarding
houses: many others from $100 to $3000. IN
FORMATION BUREAU, 319;$ South Spring
St., Edward Nittinger, manager. 11-8 2m
IflOR STORE ON SPRING
' street, doing a good business; will sell at
$375. This opportunity is seldom offered on a
principal street for that amount. Only $375.
J. WALSH A CO., South Spring st. 12-6tf
fl&i^A—half - Tnterest in a paying
nc Ifflf restaurant: good location, paying
well. This is a bargain If sold this day.
STOVER a OLIVER,
12-5 tf 124>£ South Spring st, room 1.
PA RTNER WANTED—igIOO tS A BUSINESS
that will sure pay $li O a month to each; ■
ibis can be thoroughly Investigated; trial
given. Don't miss this opportunity. J.
WALSH A CO., 30< South Spring st- 12-titf
rpilE LOS - A NO B 'hSS~T> IRECTORY OFFICE
I keeps a complete list of all business for
sale or exchange. Parties desiring to cither
buy or sell will consult their best Interests by
applying at office, 103 s. Broadw ay. 8-9
fi» o*7rt—REStXurant~ in fine Locv
I•? tion. Look at this today if you want
a bargain. STOVER A OLIVER,
12-5 tf 1 — -1 1 .j South Spring st, room 1.
UTTER, EGGS AND POULTRY MARKET
for sale—Doing a good business; finely lo
cated; unexpected reasons for selling; price,
$350. Apply at 523 S. Spring st. 12 9lt
HAVE $1 TO $7000 TO"INVES+ - IN~SOME
good business that will bearinvestigation.
Address, with full particulars, INVESTMENT,
box 30, this office. 12-0-5t
ITiOR SALE—A _ LONG EST A BLIS HE D~A N D
very profitable business; price, $1000
cash. Address L, box 0, care this office.
I borrowed dti the 18th day of Novem
ber, 1890, on 103 acres of land ad
joining the city on the north $ 5,000
Since that time i borrowed on same 000
And have paid interest since then 1,500
And taxes 200
Total $ 7,300
And have raised on It 10,000 blue gum
trees for fuel, that are worth 10,000
Grand total': $23,300
It is worth $30,010 Now I want to borrow
on its ,000, in one or three parcels of $2000
each, lor 2 years, and will pay big interest.
Address J. W. POTTS, 1058 Temple st. Resi
dence 810 Waterloo st. 12-2 tf
J. f INCORPORATED).
Loans money In any amounts on all
kinds of collateral* securities, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also ou pianos, iron and
steel safes, and professional libra
ries, without removal; and on fur
niture iv lodging, boarding houses
and hotels, without removal. Partial
! payments received. Money quick,
lusiness confidential. Private of
fice for ladies.
W. E. DEGItOOT, Manager,
8-29-1 y Rooms 2, 3 A; 4, 114 S. Spring st.
TO LOAN —$5000 TO $25,000, ON CITY
or "jss~-Tr- property: low rates interest and
no delay. JOHN L. FAVKOVICH; Room 15,
ill! W. First 12-9 tf
or "less on Tmprovlsd
.city property, only; current rates; usual
commission; no extras; no delay. J. AJ. C..
F'LOURNOY, real estate anil financial agents,
128 12-9 2t
TXT ANTED—TO BORROW $2000; 11 PER
VV cent gross, on choice city improved prop
erty. Room 15, 211 W. First. 12-9 3t
M"6ney to loan on diamondsjewel-
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LF.E BROS.,
2-18 ly 402 S. Spring st.
$1000, $500, on Improved city real es
tate, at current rates. J. .t J. a FLOURNOY,
financial agents, 128 Broadway. 11-29 tf
\XJ ANTED-TO~ BORROW - FOR A CLIENT,
VV $5000 on first-class security, with ample
ability to meet interest WESLEY CLARK,
127 W. Third st 11-29 tf
I PRIVATE PARTIES LOANfNG FROM SMALL
to large, loans on gilt-edged property, or
desirous of a No. 1 investment addreus box 20d,
Los Angeles. ' 11-18 sat sun Ot
MONEY TO LOAN—IN SMALL AMOUNTS
on city property. Apply at once.
SECUITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 223 a
Spring street. 12-0-61
TLM ONEY TO LOAN INISMS TO BUItTe. C.
iVI ANDERSON. 211 W. First st 11-11 lm
.11 KIM CMS.
M" 188 KATF' LAMPMAN, KNOWN AS STAR
llght, ihe celebrated trance, test and bus
iness medium, holds a public circle Tuesday
evening, sittings daily. 730% & Spring at
TAY E. HUNTER, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W.
Bryson-Uonebrake block. Telephone 528.
Practices In all Uio courts, state nnd federal.
A good Rici I, Lawyer, deaiiuokn
. street, Chicago, 111., 2u rears'experience;
secrecy; special facilities in several states.
Goodrich ou Divorce, with laws of all states,
in press. r 04-tf
HCNSACX kr7g6"odrich & mccutciie'v,
lawyers, rooms 103 and 104 Phillips
block, corner Spring and Pranklln streets.
Telephone 1120. 7-ti tl
JOHNSTONE JONEP, ATTORNEY• AT-L"Aw,'
No. II 1-aw building, 125 Temple street
near court house, i el. 108, Los Angeles Cal.
RJ. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT
• temtnii given to the settlement of es atcs,
115 West First st. 4-0 if
W it. POLLARD, ATTORNEY - AT- LAW,
11 roumS Allen block, Temple and Spring
streets. 2-11 tf
T OST, STRAYED OR STOLEN—FROM PA ~
JLi Hire near itanchilo, 1 bay marc. 3 years,
branded Forstcr brand on left shoulder; she
Is with foal; also, a black colt, 3 years, brand
ed Xon left hind leg. Return same to PAUL
BERN AL, blacksmith shop on Aliso street, ami
get reward of $10. 11 30 151
lOST OR STRAYED FROM STABLE SCN
.j day night—Bay pony; weight about 800
pounds; branded M on shoulder; unshod.
Liberal reward for return to 811 San Julian st.
OST-A SHELL HAIR PIN WITH GOLD
J top. Finder will return to 304 West First
street and receive reward. 12-0 at
I.IOUND— SAM, The champion horse
1 Clipper. Tally-Be stables, 109 N. Broadway.
LOSI OS ANGELES (
j and Arts; open all the year. MRS EMILY
J. VALENTINE, President.; Y. If, C. A. build
ing, Broadway and Second sts. 8-14 ly
AW ILLHARTITZ, MUSIC STUDIO, ROOM
. A, Crocker building, 212 S. Broadway.
8-2.1 tf "
Co -. I It »t TOKt.
CO MtAD" 8C H ERE R? OR A NITeT "b IT UM IN
pus and asphalt paving; 237 W. First st
Pa l KIN is, Uueti, IO ri I. a, Jt.O.
HAZARD & TOIvIiSEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY
block. Tel. H47. Los Angeles. 11- lit
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
out of the court of justice, 11. C. Austin,
justice of the peace of the city of Los Angelos,
county of Los Angeles, state of California,
dated the sth day of August, A. D. 1893, and by
said justice renewed in w riling on the 4th day
of October, 1893, and also4th day of December,
1893, in a certain action wherein Rebecca
Lee Dorsey, as plaintiff, recovered judgment
against E. B. Woollcy and Sarah 1. Woolley for
the sum of $94 70, together with costs ol suit,
ou the loth day of September, 1892, 1 have
levied on the following described property,
The west fifty feet of lots 1 and 3of block
"E" of the Bliss tract, as per map of said tract,
as recorded in book 12, page 42, of the miscel
laneous records of I.ok Angeles county, Califor
nia, said above described property being the
property of E, B. Woolley and Sarah I. Woolley,
bis wife, defendants, but standing of record In
the name of G. T. Woolley.
Notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday, tho
2d day of January, 1894, at 11 o'clock a. in. of
that day, In front of the police station, on Sce
nic! street, between Spring and Broadway, city
of Ixis Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state of
California, 1 will sell all the right, title mid in
terest of said E. B. Woolley and Sarah I.
Woollcy in and to the above described prop
el ly. at public auction, for lawful money, to
the highest and best bidder, to satisfy said exe
cution and all costs.
Dated at Los Angeles, the Bth day of Decem
ber, 1893. A. P. RICHARDSON, Constable.
By F. H. Brakescklk, Deputy.
J. E. Hunter, attorney for plaintiff.
GENESIS OF THE STEAMBOAT.
Ancient Craft That Foreshadowed the
Modern Greyhounds of the Sea.
The first steamboat waa built by Den
nis Papin, who navigated it safely down
the Fulda as long ago aB 1707. Unfor
tunately this pioneer craft was destroyed
by jealous sailors, and even the very
memory of it waa lost for three-quarters
of a century. In 1775 Perrier, another
Frenchman, built an experimental steam
vessel at Paris. Eight years later, in
1783, Jouffroy took up the idea that had
been evolved by Fapm nnd Perrier and
built a steamer, which did good service
for some time on tho Saone.
Tha first American to attempt to ap
ply steam to navigation was John Fitch,
a Connecticut mechanic, who made hie
initial experiments in the year 1783. To
what extent Fltoh was indebted to the
three illustrious French inventors named
above we are not informed, but that his
models were original there is not the
least doubt. In the first he em
ployed a large pipe kettle for generating
the steam, the motive power being side
paddles worked after the fashion of oam
on a common rowboat. In tho second
Fitch craft tho same mode of propulsion
was adopted with the exception that the
paddles were made to imitate a revolv
ing wheel and wero fixed to the stern—
clearly foreshadowing the present stem
This last mentioned boat was the first
American steam vessel that can be pro
nounced a success. It made its first trip
to Burlington in July, 1788. But, after
all, it was not until after the opening of
the present century that steam naviga
tion started into actual life. In 180' i
Robert Fulton (who every school child
knows was an American), in conjunctioi:
with one Robert R. Livingston, built the
Clermont, and established a regulnr
packet servico between New York and
The success of this undertaking was so
satisfactory that four new boats were
built before tho end of 1811, at least two
of them being designed for service in oth
er rivers.—St. Louis Republic.
Love For the Zigzag.
The straight lino is an abominatioi.
to the Chinese. They endeavor t<
avoid it in their streets and buildings
and havo banished it completely when
country field paths are concerned.
They will always substitute v curv
whenever possible, or they will torture
it into a zigzag.
In districts not devastated by the Tai
Pings nor subject to tho influence of
the foreigner, tho houses and temples
are characterized by curved, often
peaked, roofs, ornamented with fantas
tic modifications of the '' myriad stroke
pattern." Tho inhabitants of such re
gions are soou found to have a mental
world to correspond. The straight line
is scouted. They think in curves and
zigzags. To tho Chine mind tho
straight line is suggestive of death and
demons. It belongs not to the heaven
above nor to the earth beneath. In a
truo horizon line firo seen the '' undula
tioi.a of tho dragon." Therefore, argue
the Chinese, the straight line pertains
to hades.—Contemporary Ret#)W.
Many SnrFaamo feom It Today—The cry of
misfortune Is never heard « uho. I » responsive
throb of sympathy from thole who heir It.
Thousands who bava had la giippc, which left
them with that coo taut tired, worn oat feel
ing. sleeplessness, dud headache, depression,
hysteria, etc.. have o ton prayed for relief, and
are obtaining it from Dr. Miles' Restorative
N rvlne. M. Lew ftniart Macy Ind., tsys:
"Your Nervine has cured me of prostration; it
I" Ju.it what jour advettisement said it was.'
Two bottles of Netvlia cured me of sick head
ache."—Chas. Wllber, Palmyra, N T. Hold on
a guarantee by C. H. Hance, 177 N. Spring,
call for tho Doctor's nook, "Now and Startling
AS TO VACCINATION.
SOME FACTS ABOUT ITS DISCOVERY
BY DR. EPWARD JENNER.
He Was Obstructed and Ridiculed, anil
Foolish Stories Were Told About the I f
fectsof Vaccination —Itpcognlrcil nt Last
and Honored by rin Kpltaph of Praise.
Vaccination, ns performed ut tho
present day, is nn operation of compar
atively recent origin. Proventivo in
oculating with gmallpox virus, how
ever, waa known for many years pre
vious to tho discovery of vaccination.
For eeveral centuries smallpox was con
sidered moro than nny other pestilence
the foe of mankind, statistics showing
that about one-sixth of thoso attacked
died, nnd that many survivors woro left
blind, deaf nnd disfigured,
When Edward Montagu was appoint
ed English embassador to Turkey, in
1710, his wife, Lady Mary, called at
tention, in one of her letters, written in
1717, to tho custom of " ingrafting"
smallpox. Upon her return to Eng
land she nt oneo undertook the intro
duction of tho art into that country,
showing her absolute faith in the oper
ation by having her young daughter in
oculated. In 1721, scientists having
questioned tho expediency of tho oper
ation, the governmont extended remis
sion to several prisoners under sen
tence of death on the condition thai
they would submit to inoculation. Tha
experiment proved successful, and tha
prisoners were released. Upon tha
strength of this experiment
tion was received with royal favor, tho
Princess of Wales having two of her
daughters "infected" after tho "Turk
The efficiency of tho operation in mit
igating tho severity of smallpox waa
great, the mortality averaging but three
in 1,000. But thero waa one drawback
which was considered fatal. However
light the ingrafted disease might be, it
was still smallpox, and the moro it was
conveyed in this way the moro wero cen
ters pi infection multiplied from which
those not protected wero liable to con
tract the disease in its most Virulent
Dr. Edward Jenner was. tho son of
an English clergyman, born in May,
1740, at Berkeley, a village in Glouces
ter. Tho confident assertion of a young
country wpinan that having had "cow
pox" she was proof against smallpox,
made a lasting impression on his mind.
In his twenty-first year ho went to
London to finish his medical education
under Dr. John Hunter. Returning aft
er two years, ho began practice in his
native village of Berkeley. On renew
ing his acquaintance with tho dairy
people of tho district, the belief of an
existing antagonism between cowpox
and smallpox was again brought to hia
attention. By degrees ho accumulated
sufficient evidence to convince him that
there was something in it. On May 14,
1790, Jenner made his first vaccination
on a boy of 8 years, named Jamea
Phipps. Several weeks afterward the
boy was inoculated with smallpox mat
ter, and, as Jenner had predicted, no
result followed. Within one year from
the first announcement of the discovery
70 of tho leading physicians of London
signed a declaration of their absolute
confidence in it.
In spite of this the discovery was not
generally accepted without much oppo
aitiou. Jenner, bis system and all who
adopted it were made the butts of at
tacks hardly equaled in extravagance
by any in tho history of medicine.
When ho persisted in pressing the con
aideration of vaccination ou v medical
society of which he was v member, he
was threatened with expulsion. Jenner
and his followers were denounced as
quacks. Tho so called school of ortho
doxy consisted of those practitioners
who still adhered to inoculation.
A mother complained that since her
daughter had been vaccinated sho
coughed like a cow and that hair had
grown all over her body. It is also
said that vaccination had been discon
tinued in one country district, because
thoso who hud bean inoculated with
vaccine virus "bellowed liko bulls."
In 1800 tho practice was introduced
into this country, and six year:-, after it
was first mado public tho knowledge
and practice of this operation had
spread over the entire world. In Uussia
the empress gave the name of '' Vacci
nolf," to the tirst child vaccinated and
mado its education v public charge.
Many honors were conferred on Jenner
by foreign courts. Tho anniversary
of his birth and that of his first vacci
nation wero for many yours celebrated
in Germany as feast days. In 1802 par
liament voted him $50,000, und five
years later $100,000 more. He died of
apoplexy in 1833, und his remains were
laid in the -parish ohm eh of Berkeley.
The following epitaph is inscribed on
Within this tomb hath found a resting placa,
The great physician cti tho unman ra;-o—
Immortal Jenner, whose gigantic rA'.r.d
Brought life and health to more than hall
Let rescued Infancy his worth proclaim
And lisp out blessings on his honored name.
And radiant beauty drop one grateful tear.
For beauty's truest friend lies buried hero.
Nowadays the old fashioned method
of arm to arm vaccination is no longer
practiced, as there ia always more or
lass danger of transmitting disease
from one to another. The virtu, aa
generally used now, is obtained from
young heifers, alios are charged
with it,each slip receiving enough mat
ter for one inoculation. "Points''of
ivory aro also ÜBed for holding tha
The lancet is still used where one
vaccination is to bo performed, When'
a large number of peoplo are to bo V0O«i
cinated now noedles aro always us; d,!
a fresh needle for each case'i thus in- ;
soring absolute safety to the person vac
cinated.—New York World.
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