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charged before the water will be turned on
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rngK 84FE DKPUSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
L 1 oan and Tnisi company arc enclosed iv a
1 11-proof and burgla'-r-proof vault, with time
locks and brilliantly Jighled with oleetricity;
alcoves attached for the private examination
ef valuables, with waiting matorials; a young
ady In altendauce. B^ltf^
-\fE-MIVa FEMALE PifyLS ASA SPECIFIC
.\I monthly medicine lor immwliate relief
for painful and irregular menses—from what
ever cause. For sale by FREEMAN _t CARPER,
102 N. Spring st. Price, $2 per box. 59 ly
BIG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAG-ON
works: all kinds of painting and rapair
ing. 128 San Pedro st., between Finland Sec
ond sts., Los Angeles. 8 Gtf
SI\GLE~ ("OLD - STANDARD - EXAMINE
rrospectus. RED HILLS GOLD MINING
CO., PIKTLE CO., TRLVTXE, 229 W. Second.
Shares, $1. 2-17 1 m
~A T. BLOPER, HOUSE -MOVER. OFFICE,
_/V» 12 i enter place. _____
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T_fERSONA iy—C OFFEE, FRESH ROASTED ON
A our giant roaster; Java and Mocha, 35c
per lb.: mountain coffee, 35c; 10 lbs. com
meal, 15c , 0 lbs. mi led wheal or oals, 25c;
Gerniea, 20c; rolled rye, lOi* (ran. sugar, 19
lbs. tor gl; 13 lbs. beans, 25c: 3 cans apricots,
_sc; 3 cans roast beef, 25c; 3 pkgs mincemeat,
S. r )c; 8 lbs. raisins, 25c: glass marmalade, sc;
ext. beef, 25c; can coal oil, 80c; 3 lbs. lard,
30c; pork, 12><c; picnic hams, 10' Xc; wood
pails, 800 brooms, 20c. ECONOMIC STORES,
305 S. Spring st.
lADIEB— THE FRENCH MUTHOD OF RE
j storing irregularities is Hie besi, because 11
never fails and is free from all i«ain or danger;
advice free and confidential ato(Dee or by mail;
avoid delay. DR. FOX, 112 O'Favrrell, st, S. F.
2-4 lm
RAU'II BROS.--GOI.D BAR
flour, 95c; city Hour, 70c; grnnulaied
sugar. 20 lbs. $1; brown sugar, 22 lbs. $1; 0
lbs. rolled oats, 25c; sardines, 5 box<-s 25c; ta
ble fruit, 3 cans 50c; midland coffee,2sc lb.:
eastern oil, 80c: gasoline, 80c; 2-Ib. m i corned
beef, 15e; lard, 10-lb. can, 80c; r» lbs, 45c.
001 S. Spring sh, corner Sixth.
CALL AND SEE IF OCR MEATS AltE FlRST
class. Price per pound: Boilini; beef, sc;
rib steak, 2 pounds, Isi ; round steak, 10c; sir
loin or tenderloin steak, 12'_e; best roast beef.
10c; leg of mutton, 9c: loin mutton chops, 10c;
fresh pork, 10c; leaf-lard, 11c; salt nork, 10c;
pure rendered lard, 12c; hams, 19a£c« F. G.
CHASE, 018 S. Spring si. 1-30 ly
-|)ERSONAL— MRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOY-
I ant! consultalion on business, love, mar
riage, disease, mineral locations, life reading,
etc. Take University electric ears to Forrester
aye. and Hoover st.; go west on Forrester aye.
3 blocks to Vine St., second house ou Vine
west of Vermont aye. 3-30 If
J„i XPERT SHORTH AN D A Ml TYPEW RITER
Id at office of Flouriioy, 128 Broai'way,
solicits share of public patronage, charges
reasonable. 2-3 If
MATRIMONIAI~BUREAU "ST AM PS FOR
details. MRS. COYNE, P. O. box 280.
2-25 I'M
EDUUA'riONAJL^^^^
VITOODBURY BCSINF.S3 COLLEtiE, 226 S.
II Sjiring St., the oldest, largest and finest
•quipped commercial school in Southern Cali
fornia; a thorough course ill the commercial
branches and bunking; a superior and suc
cessful shorthand and typewriting department
and a practical English course; new college
rooms, perfectly lighted and venlilaled; elec
tric elevator for pupil-' use; new fimiiiureand
appliances; open all the year; pupils received
at any time; illustrated catalogue and full in
formation free. ti. a. Hoi GH, president; N.
g. felker, Vice-president. 5 4 ly
LOS ANGELES BCSINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL,
(Incorporated), 144 South Mam Street
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
eoursca in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, sole and mature faculty of
Instructors. Day and evening sessions, 'terms
reasonable, ( nil hi office or write for elegant
caialu_ue. E. F. SHRADER, president; F. W.
KELSEY, Vice-President; I. 1* INSKEEP, Sec
retary. 9-10 ly
J? ROBEI~INST 1 1 ["I E ( AS^DE - ROSAS-
J. Adams street, curner Hoover. Will begin
Ihird quarter Mureli 12th, 1894. Circulars
sent und all Information given upon applica
tion. MRS. CAROLYN M. -N. ALLEN, ( usa de
Rosas 9-27 tf
OCHOOL FOR PH fSICAL TRAININO~AND
0 elocution. Classes everyday and Monday
and Friday evenings. Apply to MISS NAOMA
ALFREV, room 15, 220 8. Spring.
MISS GRACE A. M 1 LITM( »KE7~SO~I'R~ANO,
will receive pti|»i!s Iv voice oultureJ rom
1010 12a. m.,al her residence, 1301 s. Flower
street. 1-10 1 111
UK.XI'ISTs.
1882 c's tub:,lBB2
DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First sis., Wilson block; lake elevator.
Gold crown und bipige work v specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1, ni-4 v
rpEETH PAINLESSLY FILLED, CROWNED]
X bridged; artlstivaUy made perfect in lit
and color; one kind of work; guaranteed first
class; visit for low prices, DR. SWAIN, 175
N. Spring st., over Boston Store. 8-17t
DR. W. H. MASSER I!AS"RE-OPEXEIJIiH
dental orlit:e in room I I, California Bunk
building, Second and Broadway. 1-24 if
Ty.s. I'OLHURBT sTXENNEDY, DENTIBI -
\J JoB'_ N. Spring st., rooms 2, 0 und 7. Pain
less extraction. 0-2011
"IARANK hI'EVK\S,".I24'. SOUTH SPRING -l\
XMJpen Sundays und eveuingby electric light.
DR. parkeil" DENTIST. N. Er(~OR. fTrst
and spring s|s„ lojli.. \y. 1 j r .t wl . _ij.;> if
EXciißanixs.
Mt |NE DAY BAYED BY TAKING
V/Santa Fe excursions 10 Kan
sas ( ity, SI. Louis, Chicago, New
jston. Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday: personally conducted through to
Cbicogo and Boston ; family tourist sleepers 10
Kansas City and Chicago daily. Low rules and
quickest lime. Office, 139 N. Spring st. 7-liu
1)11 1LLIPB" ExT'U Rsli in persona LLY CON
ducted via Rio Grande Western, Denver
and Rio Grande and Rock Island route, leaves
1.06 Angeles every Tuesday, crossing the Sierra
Nevadas and passing euiiie Rio Grande scen
ery by daylight. Office 138 S. spring st. 12 Otf
T rJDSON'B KXCURBII INS EA ST "" LEAVE
fj Mondays, lor Chicago, New York and Bos
ton via Rio Grande Western and Denver and
):ioGrande railways, urriving from Chicago,
New York und Boston every Wednesday, otlice,
212- MUli Spring stiect. 1-141 i
I'ATKNIS, COPVKIUHIh, KTO.
1 >ATENTS FOR INVENTIONS IN ALL COl'n-
J tries obtained, bought and sold; troUe
inarkß, copyrights, etc., by S. J. DAY _: CO., juu
aiiorneya, room 231 Bradbury building.
Established 1849. 1-28 Oiu
HAZARD A 10 wnsendlroohsld o w n c y
b.uek. Tel. 347,1/os Angeles. 11-2111
ARCHITECTS.
t ) OESB j. reeve'architect, estab.
AJ Uahed for the lust 10 years in Los A ugelcs'
No. 1915 Lstrclla avenue. 1-2(5 ly
/' H BROWN - CR"cHIYECT, 132 S, BROAD
• way, between First aud beeoitd. 8-7 ti
■BUbV WANTKO lbll.lt.
Waxted-coupon
We want fLur A 1 rustlers; sieady, aola'r
men, no others need apply, to complete a party
just starting out to make a complete canvass of
tlie coast on an entirely new plan, in which
there is good money tuni permanent positions.
Call early In the day, or you w ill lose a good
thing; we want ihe beat only. J. J M'LOUGH
LIN, 230 Winston St., 1 block east P.O. 3-1 It
VI T ANTED—MAN OR LADY CANVASSER OF
n good address selling roses, shrubs and or
namental nursery stock iv towns aud cities;
pleasant and profitable employment; perman
•al po-siiton. BROWN BROS. CO., Nursery
men, Portland, Ore. 2-24 lm
MT A NTED—ALL NEEDING HEI.i~KREE
y\ employment or any information, address
K. NITUNGER'B BUREAU; established 1880.
Office, 319',, 8. Spring st.; residence, 451 S.
Hope st ,corner Fifth, Los Angeles, CaL Tele
phone 113. 8-10 tf
VI7 ANT ED-MAN - WITH $1000 OR MORE;
VT for permanent and pleAaant office posi
tion in Los Angeles. For particulars, call to
day at room 10 Colombia Hotel, Sixth and
Broadway. It
Nl) COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA
' ber bureau, 24a New High si. Telephone
1153; for cooks, waiters', household help, me
chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, manager.
11-10 if
ETTy7"i IU MM EL * CO., EJLPLO V MENT
agents, 300-302 Weak Second st , California
bank building, Imsemeul, corner Second and
Broadway. Tel. 509. 1-5 tf
MEN TO SELL BAKING POWDER. STEADY
employment; experience unnecessary:
$75 salary or com. V. 8. Chemical Works ; 840
Van llureu, Chicago. 1-14 3m
W AMTKU-BITU ATIONS.
VVANTfTd-SITUATIO-*: BY A YOUNG MAN,
V* who can give the very best of references,
a position as crockery packer; has had over
ten years' experience in one of the leading
crockery houses of San *Francisco. Address
Crockery Packer, P. O. box 5J5, Los Angeles.
2-17 t£ _______
OUNoIIAN SPEAYINQ THE GERMAN.
Norwegian and SwediaUl languages wishes
a position as clerk in store or office; good ref
erences. Address G. S. V., box 20, this otlice.
It
\TTA BY A YOUNG MAN
>> ni!-d 21 years, willing and capable 01 do
ing auvtliing: wages noODjeoU Address BILL
NYE, JR., bor. 20, Ibis ofilce. 12-28U
IV ANTEi>—POSITION ~AS
II travelling salesman or clerk; references
and e\pei I., this office. 2-27 7t
WA.«TICI>-KICAI. KSTATK.
ANTET* —HOUSE 7 TO 10 ROOMS ON IN
stallnuvjt plan; pay $100 per month; be
tween Temple and Eighth. Address, K. X M.,
box ,)8, Slai ion C, city. 2-18 lm
\\-"aNTEI»— A -TODERN IMPROVED SIX
-11 room f-otiiige, near iv, on ear line. Ad
dress K. i_. iIUI.L. 142 S. Grand aye. 2-27 5t
WAN 1-KI>—MISCKLLaNHOVH.
La3'y"to"Kn6w THAT
II I have coming a carload of the new NO
TREADLE, SPRING-MOTOR Sewing Machines.
See them Isefore buying elsewhere. IRA G.
HOAG, General Western Agent, 750 S. Olive St.
2-27 tf
AT ONCE—ALL KINDS OF SEC
vI ond-haud furniture for spot cash; highest
prices paid. LEWIS A ALDEIISON, 312 8.
■Main street, 'lei. 1108. 1-10 If
I.«IST AND routiu,
J OST-BI.KIX CLOTH WRAP, OS PEARL
I v street beitwcen Seventh aud Eightli, or on
Eighth betvueen Pearl and Ilojie. Finder re
turn to 728 1.1 k, I street and receive reward.
2-27 If
OST-BROWN ALLIGATOR POt KETBOOK
j contain fug a sum 01 money and package
of opals; liberal reward lor return to L. W.
GODIN, 104 N. Spring sL It
IT-OTND-iniE^I'ROPEITTLAc'E -; TO~"bUY
leas, coffees and Groceries—THE ENG
LISH TEA AND COFFEE CO., 311 W. Second sL
2-1 tf
cfi! *YEri-FR<i'M~ 21!' E. FIItST ST., (INK
I' bay horse and one roan mare. Reward for
their return to above address. 3-1 Bt
I" >OUND—siM~THE CHAMPION lIORSE
' clipper. Tally-ho stables, 109 H. Broad
way 12-0 tf
FINANOI AL.
PACIFIC LOAN COMPAY.
(INCORPORATED).
Loans money in any amount on all
kinds of collateral securities, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and
Mfco.l safes and professional libra
ries, without removal; aud on fur
niture in lodging, boarding houses
aud hotels without removal. Partial
payments received. . Money quick.
Business confidential. Private oflicu
fur ladies
W. E. DEGROOT, Manager,
829 ly Rooms 2, 3 aud 4, 114 S. Spring St.
nON'T SAY THAT "YOU - CANNOT FIND
profitable investment and business to en
able you to live in the land of suushineand
flowers, for we can offer far safer and more
proiiiable opportunities here than can be
found in the east, which investigation will
reveal. Call 011 or address Los ANGELES
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANY,
Stimson block, Third and Spring streets. Los
Angeles, CaL 2-25 71
TO LOAN-$5OO TO $50,000 IN ANY
amount on city or country property; low
rates of interest; no delay; mortgages bought
md sold on approved property; iirst-class city
tionds lor sale at a bargain. JOHN L. PAVKO
VICH, financial and real estate broker, room
15,211 \V. Firstst, 1-23 tf
110 A PARTYwI'S'TAItGE CAPITAL THE
Mount Lowe Railway now presents an un
lsual opportunity for a profitable investment,
n (he extension of its road, with pleasant and
■reditable business connections. For inter
view call or address .MOUNT LOWE RAIL
WAY, Grand Opera House block, Pasadena,
3_ 2 3 1m
■mToney to loan^n - diXmond^TjeweC
ivl ry. watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
larrlages. bicycles and all kinds of personal
U>d collateral security. LEE BROS,
2-18 ly 402 8. Spring st.
II YOU HAVE FR(IM $1000 TO"$10,(K>0 TO
invest lor one year where a very large profit
s certain, cull on or address the CALII'OKNIA
COLONIZATION COMPANY, 201 and 202
Bradbury block. 3-l-5t
•TITANTED -MONEY- $s7\0 — REAL ES
II tate, 8 percent and share in profits. LA
LIEBRE RANCH CO., 401 stimson Block.
"i fON BY TO LOAN—ttHICKLT, QUIETLY
.* I and at small expense. No commissions.
-I-.. DRITY LOAN <k IUUST COMPANY, No.
.23 s. spring street. 2-7 lm
MONEY TO LOAN AT CURRENT RATER
CHAR M. STIMSON, No. 230 West First
•trcet. No commissions chargcl. 2-7 1111
ATTOHnjBTS.
IAY E. HUNTER," ATTORNI?Y-AT-LA\v"
r) stimson block, 100 ms 427 i 428. Tel. 048.
Practices in all the courts, state and federal.
7 l-tf
Hi ISAKER, ' .odnlflCH & MoCCTCHKN,
lawyers, rooms 543 to 540 Bradbury block,
hiili floor, cor. Broadway A Third st. Tel. 1120.
ftAKPENTER ,t COCHRAN, ATTORNEYS
\J at law ; federal and state courts. 31 Phil
lips block, Los Angeles, CaL 2-22 lm
|> J. Al X, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT-
I> . ie 1111 on giver. 10 the seltlemcut of estates.
115 \V. First sl 4-G ti
»L POLLARD, ATTORN E V - A T"I_AW,
room 3, Allen block, Temple and spring
«U 2-11 tf
PIANOS.
riAKD.NER i ZELLNER,
VT 21:1 Soulh Broadwuv,
Oner the following bargains for a few days
only:
One.lcwctt, nearly new $285
One A'ose. used short Line 315
One ('bickering 225
one Kranlcb it Bach .*.' 125
One Jewctt, rosewood 285
One Sterling, walnut ....'.*..'.! *' 245
All the above pianos are in tin.- condition,
GARDNER ,t ZELLNER,
2-14 lm . 213 South Broadway.
FOR XXi BANOK.
vaor Exchange—a fine fruit farm in
A northwest Arkansas for California prop- !
erty. 30 acres in apples and peat hea, 50 under
cultivation, 50 in timber, good houses, burns,
Seprlnga. Adiiressor inquire, Mrs. Ida Rinne,
corner Freeman and Vermont avenue, I/os
Angeles, Cal. 2-22 8t
[JIOR EXCJ iTngE-KEAL ESTATK;~C( 1r n-
I try propert v for city proper!v. PERRY A
EN AFP, 123' _ W. '1 hlra. 2-25-28 2l
ISLOURNOV. 12S MKOAD\VAY, HAS CITY
V properly to exchange lor country and
country lor city. 2-11 tf
OYIIKM AM. MMSIimM
\|E-IKOPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 211
_.ll Franklin St; line dying und cleaning.
1-13 ti
IJARISIAN DYE-WORKS. 275 SOUTH MAIN
St.; best dyeing iv the city. 11-3 a
LOS ANGELES IIERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, IVIARCTI 1, 1804.
SALE- 100x140 FKKT FOR $400,
X 1 near cable lino, convenient to school mid
church; lots are level and covered with a vari
ety of lajaring fruit trees; 18 minutes'ride
from center of city; translers given to all
roads; terms casv. ties owners, HL'BIIARDit
LOVE, 120!,; South Spring street. 2-25 7t
RALE—SOxISO FEET ON BELLBVUE
r avenue, near Ida street, one Mock from
strcol cars; price $250, on monthly paynaOnta
HUBBARD A LOVE, owners, 1-o', South
Spring street. 2-25 7t
[."'OR 6ALE-YOUR CHOICE OK 50x150
r feet on Casco street, near Temple; cement
walks, water, shade trees, cb'.; y--cc S4OOJ
lots on this block have recently sold for $12011
each; we are closing these out and Mill show
you the best lots for the rflsney ever offered in
this city. HUBBARD A LOVE, owners, 120.i
South Spring street. 2-25 /t
"L"»OR KALE—JUST ON THK BLUFF AT
r Boyle Heights, 10 minutes' ride on cubic
ears, lies the new city park, the Hollenbeck,
just completed; water is now being turned
into Ihe lake, which will make it larger tiian
West lake; 230 high 50-fuol lots surround the
lake and park, through which an eleotriC road
is being constructed: for only a brief time yon
may have the choice of these lots at $500;
I his is an exceptional offer: just ride over with
your family and wonder whether a good
neighborhood, with nice schools, cur line, and
above alia health)-, elevated location can add
to that attractive spot called "home."
WORKMAN' A GARLAND, 1107 K. Broadway.
2 25 St
TOOR SALE-DUNKIN it PRINTZ. BROKERS
I anil dealers In Real Estate. 125', W. Si
ond st., telephone 405. Ix>* Angeles, I'al. City
and country property bought and sold; bar
gains In improved and unimproved ranches.
— 2-3 a
I7<OR BALE-I HAVE FOR SAI.E~i-OME
. ohOioe acre lots, fronting - streets, very
near the University car line, aid southwest of
city, price $1000, for each aero lot; must lie
seen to be appreciated, see THOMAS LLOYD,
northwest corner Wesley aye. und 37th
street, University. 2-28 7t
17iOR~8ALE—FIVB~NEAT NEW COTTAGES
1 close in, on fractional lots, 2, 3 antl 4 rooms
for #350 to $750 each, ii taken at onec.
JOHN P. P, PECK,
£-27*8-1 242 S. Broadway, room 9.
1"~S0B BALE—CHEAP, BY OWNER.I NEW 5*
' room cottages, with all latest improve
ments, Clark avenue aud Eleventh street, one
block west of Ban Pedro street. Apply to WM.
COLEMAN, 024 E. Twelfth sL 2-28 4t
TjH>B SALE—IF YOU WANT BARGAINS IN
r lota or acreage, improved or unimproved,
southwest of city, don t fail to scu THOMAS
LLC) YD, northwest corner 37th si, ami W es
ley avenue, University. 2-28 7t
TfOK SALE—HOMESTEATJ - IM~ITNE I.OCA-
I lion. Parties must go east aud will sell or
trade at a bargain. Call at once on STOVER 6
OLIVER, 124' 2 8. Spring, room 1. 1-12 tf
T/OR SALE IN""WHOLE OR PART, 93 LOTS
F situated end of Boyle Heights cable. Ad
dress P. DAVIN, 108'j'E. First si. 2-3 lm
i) SELL OR~EXCHANGE yotJB PROPERTY
_ promptly. Apply to B. WHITE, 221 W.
First sL 2-13 tf
17H>R SALE—gOO TO B2SO CASH, CI ITT AO E
l' $750. Apply 3*20 W. First St. 2-28 2t
I SELL THE EARTH."
12-25 ti R. 8. BASSE! T, Pomona, Cal.
FOX BALK-COO lit V rKUfiUHTIf7~
yOR BALE--AT A POSITIVE BARGAIN.
J l ' We own the land and the nursery, and will
sell you Irom 10 to 50 acres, to lie" set out in
March, 18114, to lemons, oranges, peaches,
apricots, prunes or olives, as you may select;
price $250 per acre, with abundant water,
now piped to each tract, and deeded free with
the land; We to plant, irrigate and cultivate
for one year; laud is near Los Angeles, and as
nearly frostless as can be found; no such offer
ever made before; we are giving you the trees
and caring for them one year* HUBBARD
A LOVE, owners, 120!* South Spring street.
2-25 7t_
17IOR SALE—2OO ACRES OF AS FINB CIT
. rus and deciduous fruit land in the neigh
borhood, adjoining East Whlttleron the south;
for sale in 10 acre tracts and upward; terms
one-fourth cash, balance on time at low inter
est: the above-named piece being a part of the
900-acrc tract of the 1 olima tract. For partic
ulars call and see or address SANCHEZ BROS.,
Los Nietos. 2-21 lm
Vl' ANTEn—2O FAMILIES TO JOIN THOSE
II now listed for a colony on a section of
our lauds; ilicre will bo nearly 40 families In
the colony; all first-class citizens, assuring
pleasant neighbors. This is an excellent op
portunity for actual settlers. Call and getl'ull
particulars. CALIFORNIA COLONIZATION
COMPANY, 201 and 202 Bradbury block.
3-l-5t
IX)R BALE—AT GLENDALE—O ACRES SET
V to fruits, as follows: 225 Eureka lemons,
25 oranges, 100 apricots, 80, peaches, 25 as
■orted; new cottage of 4 rooms; no more de
drable locality in the county; owner wants to
;cll and will give easy terms and low price.
-RAW FORD A LOCKHART, 205 S. Broadway.
12-14-tburs it sun ti
[TUTR - SALE—17~ACRE9 OF FINE LAND,
! all set to navel oranges, 5 years old.
Tcnty of water. This is the finest thing iv
he state, and can be bought for $300 per acre,
tnd in tlie choice citrus section of theeountrv.
Ye will be pleased to show this. STOVER i
)LIVER, 124' 3 S. Spring St., room 1. 2-1 tf
r F~Y 0 U~A R E ~"A N ~"A CT U A iT"S EIT LE R~ AND
L want 20 or more acres of the best alfalfa
md deciduous fruit land on earth, atfrom $15
0 $40 per acre, easy terms, where water is
ilenty and cheaper than fog, call and bring
our friends. CALIFORNIA COLONIZATION
0., 201-202 Bradbury block. 2-25 tf
1 -c R SALE—I7(3 ACRES FINE ORANGE,
r vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrat
ed Yeche winery at Brookside, near Redlands,
his is the very choicest land in that neigh
borhood iv the market; all or part; price, $12-,
iOO; terms easy. For particulars see A. C.
iOLSH, 147 S. Broadway. 8 30tf
|,-10K~ SALE—I2~ACRES OF EXCELLENT
r lund, and a 2-story house at Highland
'ark; all modern improvements; the house
lone cost $8000; tille perfect; will sell at
nice for $850(1; what excuse have you got for
lot lumping at this bargain? Address "Title,"
iox 50, this office.
GARDEN A I GAR-
L dena! Snap; choice land as any in coun
ry; half mile from Gardcna depot; best place
0 raise berries in winter; frostless; water
ight feel; will sell cbe*p, on easy terms.
OHN 1.. PAVKoVICH, sole agent, room 15,
111 W. First. 1-14 tf
[7IOR SALE—£3SO CASH, gflOO ON TIMEj
1 will buy 5 acres of the best land,
hflresof best water right, and the boat locu
ion for a home in Southern California, only ti
niles from the court house; house ami barn
hi the place. Address, U. W. WHITKHOUSE,
ity. 2-18 11
tr*> oit0it exciiANOß-ieji lots in presn<.7
for sale, 5 acres at Inglewood, can be
rrigated; 31-acre walnut orchard, 14 years
ild. L. J. PERKY, Kcdondo Beach, Cal.
2-25 5t
ffOR BALE-15 ACRES - IN BEARING, ALL
1 set to oranges and lemons; fine house and
lam; 111 heart of Redlands; must bo sold,
ohlrcss I. O. Box 778, Redlands, Cal. 2-27 ot
L"I0R SALE -10 ACRES SUGAR BEET LAND
P at liueua Park; a bargain. E. B. CU9H
JAN, 304 W. First sL 1 14tf
l/oi: -A 1 X :t ACItFiI P '$250
I ni-N A pply 32U W. First st. 2-28 2t
FOR SALK-LIVK STOCK.
I-'OR cap. old "horse, SINGLE
L or double, at a bargain. Inquire at 212 S.
priniftt. 2-27 7t
ITtOR 8 A Lh-OXE OR TWO GENTLE DRIV-
I ing horses. 409 E. Seventh st. -'-27 31
I'll It sAl.t'-lIIBUKLLAMKOVS.
1/oR sale—FINE BUG(7y7
r surrey, wagon, cart and harness, cheap. 112
'onnnercial street. 2-28 3t
17108 .- ILE -OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
I t" suit at this offloe.
___-P^Y^n3WkNß.
ICRS. bh. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MID
.?! wifery. Ladies cared for during confine
nent, at 727 Bellevne avenue. Calls promptly
.Mended to. Telephone 1110. 0-0 if
I \RS. HICK N;ell~A - moore have~ke"
-i * moved to the Bradbury block. 2-7-1 ni.tlt
IHIIIOI'ODIST.
I* Is.- ('. STAFFER, CHIROPODIST AND
.VI masseuse. 211 W. First st., opp, Nudcau.
12-34-ti
HCHINESS lIPPOKTIINITIKH.
SALE BY B. WHITE.
LODGING HOUSES—LODGING HOUSES.
LODGING HOUSES -LODGING HOUSES
Any slse, any kind or any locution you desire.
Some on pay incuts and lor exchange for clly
property.
11 rooms—|k 500. 10 rooms -$ 300.
10 looms— 300. 2 4 room- 850.
18 rooms— »50. 1 Brooms 800.
49 rooms— I*oo. 50 rooms— 6000.
31 rooms— ISO '. 17 rooms— 150tk
45 rooms— 2000. 12 looms- 7(0.
10 rooms— 600. 12 rooms— 1050.
1 have some magnificently furnished houses.
Parties anticipating buying * uou j J
3-1 If 221 W. First 'st.
KESTaT' RA NIM 1. N \'l EN I lON $1700.
■ the largest andoulv first class restaurant
in a thriving town close to this city; niagniu
cently llttcd up, prominetiilv I.'Cited, long
lease, low rent; pays v net protii of overs..>o
monthly; never offered lor sule before. Owner
now eoiupelled to sell on account of largo
business Interests elsewhere; trial allowed;
value In slock and fixtures; chunco seldom
offered. Will take part cash. Apply for par
ticulars to B. WHITE, 221 w . First si. 3-1 II
tTIOR SALE—
$850 dalav; 12 cows 2 horses, etc
$10'.o lodging house, 15 rooms'. On advice
ot doctor must sell at mice.
$2000, cash, a good business, paying better
than a gold mine; necessary for you lo travel
some.
N. B. WALXBB it CO.
3-1 3t 100 s. Broadway.
I ; or"sale—hTrnEF<, SADDLERY AND
I carriage trimming business; everything
complete and paying well; excellent opportu
nity for young man; owner retiring from but.
mess: will also sell or rem building, us pur
chaser desires; rent low. Apply 132 Downey
avenue, Kaet Los Angeles. 2 27 7t
«_ "tUi $7(H). $700.
•?<vjvf, coal yard.
Value in stock,
long lease.
Apply to b. WHn X,
3-1 gi 221 W. First St
s_ 1/WAi-w—FOR BALE, A* WELL BSTAB-
Av".rl.F llshed ami legitimate business In
lhis city, clearing above all expenses about
per month; the fullest investigation al
lowed, NOLAN <t SMITH, 228 W. Second st.
2-27 3t m
17 oil S A LE—FIRST -(' LA ssl'lOT XL, FURNI-
I ture, fixtures and grounds; beat located,
best i»ving iv the suite, hotel now lull oi
tourists. HILL A Co., 139 8. Broadway.
8-24 sun-tuea ,t thurs-tt
ROGERYMEN—
SEE THIS.
Well located store; good, clean stock, at In
voice price: about $700. Apply to B. WHITE,
221 W . First st. 3-1 Bt
»Iru>/w—PARTNER WANTED IN I
HTI_iUU paylug saloon in tho city; prefers
partner to hired help; line opening for a (tood
saloon man. WALSH it HEINE, 3SlJ4.South
Spring st. 2-27 4 1
iSor^A—-WOOD, COAL AN D FEED BUSINESS;
long lea c; good location; great bur
gain if sold thia day. sec 11. W HITE, 221 W.
First st. 3-1 3t
ipon SALE wood and Coal business
r paying well; ii good 1 v :. in if taken with
in three days, Address or call at 1325 S. Main
st. 3-1 3t
\TFaN TED-A PA HTN i'.R WITH $5.1,1 I.)
11 bore for oil; success assured; immeiiae
luoiits. Address Surctv, box 10, Herald.
2-21 lit
DON'T FORGET TO SEC-I OVER* OLIVER,
124'- a S Spriug, for business chances.
12-17 tf
.)" SELL"YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY FOR
- cash go to 11. WHITE, 2-1 W. Firstst. 2-13 ti
hob sfjty—Moiisasa.
i-OR RENT—
1 cottages rooms; $10 per month.
1 cottage 7 rooms; $15 per monlh.
1 cottage 8 rooms; $20 per month, with large
grounds.
1 cottage 10 rooms; $25 per month, Avilh
large grounds.
All the above situated in Southwest ol city.
See THOMAS LLOYD. Northwest comer
Wesley avenue and 37tb st., University.
2-28 7t
TO - LET—
$5, with water,2-room new house, close In.
$7.50, with water, l-room new house, close in.
$4, with water, nora house nnarcable cars.
$7.50, with wai-., i-toom house near cable
curs.
$10, wiih water. 4-room house, hard-finished,
near cable ears. JOHN P. P. PECK,
2-27sto-l 212 S. Broadway, room 9.
I" OWN'IO"HOUSES,'FURNISHED AND UN*
furnished, for 'out; also 400 building Jots
for sale on inslullmeiits, and ucreage lonub
djvision ou ea,y terms. MATTISON, 911 South
Hill 12-12 ti
TTIOR RENT—HALF HOUSE, 4 FINE ROOMS
JT $9. Apply 3 UW. First St. 2-2*2'
FOlt RLS't-KOO.AIN.
FtJRNISHED ROOMS — g£\ND PACIFIC,
main entrain,', 423!_ South Spr.ng si.;
large handsonielv furnished rooms at 50c, 75c
and $1 per day; $2.50 a week and upw urds.
2-5 tf ■
IjWRNISHE D ROOMB—THE PARKER, 424
* W. Fourth St., single or en suite; also fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping. 1-4 lm
r~iOR RENT— FURNISH ED OR UNFURNISH
ed rooms. 201 Sotello street, one block
from San Fernando«t depot. 2-28 2t
J"" ,-AOR RENT- 1 SUIT OF % AND 1 OF 31.ARGE
1 unfurnished rooms, for light housekeep
ing, at _50 Buena \'istu st. 2-2S 2t
17<OR RENT- TW O SUNN y7~V NFU RNI .SI I E fi
rooms for light house keeping; closets and
bath. 027 W. seventh st. 2-1 tf
TTAOR" RENT—PLEASANT, SUNNY ROI IMS
Jc with board; terms reasonable, at 003 8.
Main St., cor. Sixth. 1-0 lm
fTIURNISHED ROOMS TO LET — LIGHT
JT house Ueeplng. 325 Buena Vista st. I'4-2-i ti
FOX I.IONT— HIMCECI. AN . OLB.
IfiOß RENT — AM)
■ rooms: finest location in the city. For par
ticulars cull on STOVER A OLIVER, 124,'nS.
Spring il'l'ini 1. t f
IisICAL,
t os'angeles conservatory of M^SIC
Xj and Arts; open all the year. .MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, president; Y. M. C. A. build
ing, Hrolnlwiiy und Second -ts. 8-1-1 1 y
KMUNKEKs.
II I . 1 I'M, CIVII'aND iIYDRAI Lie EN
.II. gineer and surveyor, 103 south Broad
way. Los Angeles, CaL; formerly chief engineer
oi Ciicsupu ke and Ohio and K. c. R's. 2-7 lm
UOSrKACXOas.
C.ONRAD SCHERER, GRANITE, BITUMINi
ous and u-phall paving; 237 W. First bt.
Treatment I'or Wounds.
Dr. Kichler, in tbo "Acrzt, Frakt,"
advocates Peru balsam aa v dressing
Wbicb causes lacerated wounds to heal
quickly, its points of adaptation being
that it adheres well and en
tire surface of the wouiklh; t¥ has a
drying effect, but stimulates granula
tions, and following application a scab
is formed under which healing goes on.
Dr. Eichler states that its use is especial
ly indicated in the treatment of wouudd
having a tendency to marked suppura
tion or partial gangrene, and in in
juries of the hands and fingers the re
sults aro excellent. Iv piaetice, after
coaptitionof the margins of the Avound,
tlie Peru balsam ia poured over tho en
tire surface, which is then covered with
thin layers of gauze moistened with
balsam and an ordinary dressing. The
latter may bo left in place tor several
Jays, though it is an advantage to re
move tho oiuer dressing daily and
moisten the gauzo with the balsam
without removing it from the wound.
—New York 'i'ribuue.
Maori Women.
The Maori women aro a potent factor
iv ialaud liio and must not bo forgot
ten. Liquid (lark eyes, soft voices, af
;ietionate aud lueriy dispositions, light
lnown skins of ivory smoothness and
gracefulness in every movement aro
their most Htiiking characteristics. Sel
dom are they to be seen in a passion,
::nd not a single "cuss word" for man
or woman is to be iound in the vocabu
lary of this charming people. In the
most furious rage they can only call
each other cat, bullock, dog, goat, cheep
or pig. Tho most deadly is Wild duck,
implying a child whom nobody will
own. —Fortnightly Koview.
DEMOCRATIC TARIFF CAUCUS.
Adjourned Without Instruc
tious tor Changes.
A Victory for the Members of the
Finance Committee.
Republicans Louk Vpun the Result as
au Advantage to Them and Pos
sible Disaster to the
-Wilson Bill.
By tho Associated Press.
Washington, Feb. i!B.— The Demo
cratic Bpecial caucus on tbe taritT bill is
over and both sides are claiming to have
made progress for the interests they
represented. Tbe outcome is in the na
ture of a victory for the Democratic
members of the finance committee who
prepared the bill, and it ia returned to
them without any instructions to make
change!.
Immediately after tbe adjournment of
the caucus Seuatora Gorman, Brice,
Hill, Smith, Murphy, Camden and one
or two otherß who have been known to
be very much opposed to the bill of tbe
finance committee, held a consultation
aud their attitude is in direct contract
with the mombera of the finance com
mittee. When jSenotor I'ufih of Ala
bama stated he would not be bound
by the action of the cau
cus several senators at' once
declared it would ho ueelees to take any
more votes. Opinion seems to be divided
as to whether the finance committee
will now make any changes. The im
pression iB thp.t some changes of a minor
nature will be made, as well as some
concessions granted whero demands
have been apparently just, and where
the changes will not necessitate other
changes in the hill. It is expected the
bill will now be disposed ot as soon as
possible. One member of the committee
said: "We exuoct the bill will be re
ported to the full committee by Satur
day, aud efforts will be made to get it
into the eenate early next week."
The Republicans look upon the result
of the caucus as one of distinct advau
tage to them and possible disaster to
the bill. It is thought the strength
which the opponents.of the bili have
shown indicates tbarthe bill will be
modified in the senate, or it may be
postponed to the first Monday in De
cember. The probabilities are the op
position may be very much like that in
the house, making a great show to secure
concessions, but in the end will melt
aw y and the bill be passed.
The caucus waa in session this morn
ing till it was time for the senate to go
into peßsion, without the settling of any
of tbe questions at issue, or reaching a
vote on any point. White of California
occupied moat of the morning eeesion
with a diecnsßion of the fruit and wine
schedules. Heaeked only a few changes,
which, he eaid, were necessary.
Brice attacked the methods of the
finance committee in shaping the bill.
The conference of the Democratic
senators, while the senate waa in ses
sion, was devoted to the hearing of
statements from (senators who desire
changes from the bill. Senators Hill,
Brice, White, Caffery and Gorman weie
among those preeent, and it ia under
stood they expressed themselves quite
iuliy as to the changes they desire. The
question of the method of levying duties
was discussed and there was a contest
between those who favored specific and
those wbo advocated ad valorem
duties. Senator Hill led the
opposition to the system of ad
valorem dnties. Senator Mills con
tended for tbe ad valorem system.
The caucus adjourned at 4:45 o'clock.
The only vote taken waa on the propo
sition to put a tax on irou ore. which
was iOBt by a majority of two votes.
Senator Fugh announced that he
would not be bound by the action of the
caucus on the proposition. By general
consent the caucua concluded to re
commit tbe bill to the ti ounce commit
tee without instructions, except bo far
a the wishes of the various senators
expressed in the caucua may be consid
ered as such.
The members of the ways and means
committee of the house are watching
with the keenest interest the action of
the senatorial caucus on the tariff bill.
The tendency to put the Wilson bill
under lire is watched for the ultimato
effect it will have on the revision of the
tariff. Tbe statement made in the sen
atorial caucns that the Wilson
bill was framed without any con-
BUitation with President Cleveland,
or Secretary Carlisle, is denied by mem
bers of the committee. An Associated
Prees representative talked today with
all the Democratic members of tbe com
mittee in tbe city. It disclosed tbat
they are not apprehensive that the
teuale's action will materially change
tiie policy and schedules of the Wilson
bill.
LKOAL TITLE.
Good News to* Settlers In Hma lturnar
diuo County.
San Francisco, Feb. 28. —Settlers up
on pnblic lands in a large and fertile
pad, of tbe county of San Bernardino
are now to have an opportunity to gain
a legal title to tbe lands upon which
they have lived for years. A binding
proper title will take the place of the
hazardous possessory title gained merely
by residence, and by nse of tbe lands
ior farming and for grazing. The privil
ege comes to them from the acceptance
by the commissioner of the general land
office, after a tedious and vexatious de
lay of eight years, of the enrvev of il
townships in San Bernardino county,
the largeßt county in tbe United States.
A survey ie tbe firßt step by the gov
ernment toward giving a settler a clear
title to land upon which he makes bis
residence. Uneurveyed public land id
open to settlement, but the settler can
gain no title, except the tenure that he
obtains by mere possession. He ci.n
neither mortgage nor tell the land, and
he fe subject aleo to dieposeseion by su
perior force. When a eurvey ia
made tbe settler can proceed
to ccquite title in tbe way
provided by the land laws by necessary
dealings with tbe local land office.
In 1886 a Eurvey waa made of certain
townships in San Bernardino county,
lornialiy described as townships 1 north,
ranges 5 and 0 west; 2 north, ranges 3,
4, 5 and ti west; 3 north, ranges 3, 4, 5,
0 and 7 west. This eurvey was approved
by the United States surveyor-general
01 this date, and wae cent on to Wash
ington for consideration at the general
land office. There it has remained
for eight years without rejection
or acceptance. In tbe meantime
settlers could not take any action to gain
proper title. Naturally dissensions
arose concerning the occupation or pos
session of some of the choice places in
this great area. A man who was in pos
session quarreled because some other
man wanted to be in possession, and there
was no confidence or stability in hold
ings. Agents of tbe land department
from time to time made tbeir reports
upon the survey of 188(3. Some com
mended it, others criticized it, and prob
ably because of tbis difference among
his advisers, the commissioner took no
action. Now, after this long season of
waiting and annoyance, the commis
sioner has accepted the survey and in
structed the surveyor general to send
plats to tbe land otlice at Los Angelea.
In accordance with this instruction,
Surveyor General Pratt has sent plats to
Los Angeles, and settlers will immedi
ately make proper filings, so tbat their
possession of the land may be certified
by title from the government.
In these 30(1 square miles of land, de
scribed in this survey, a considerable
part is included in the San Bernardino
timber reserve, and hence is not open
to settlement. Some of this land ie also
included in a Spanish grant and hence
is private property. In all about one-half
of the district is subject to settlement.
Many of the beet parts of the land are
occupied and under cultivation. Sev
eral valleys are good farming locations,
while other parts are suitable only for
grazing.
SEVEN BALLS AND OUT.
PETER NABS FATAL DELIVERY
WITH A DERRINGER.
The Famous Baseball Pitcher Murders
Ills Mistress and Commits
Suicide— A Menaatlonal
Tragedy.
riTTsßi no. Fa., Feb. 23.—This even
ing £. J. McNabb, who last year pitched
lor the Baltimore baseball team, shot
aud fatally wounded Mrs. R. E. Rock
well, and then turned the revolver on
himself aud ended bis own existence,
instantly. The tragedy occurred
in the Hotel Eiffel, where Me-
Nabb and the woman had arrived
last night, registering as E. J. McNabh
and wife. About 9 o'clock seven Bhots
were heard in their room. The door
was broken in and both were found
lying on the floor covered with blood.
Tbe woman was conscious, and said
McNabb shot her, but gave no reason.
McNabh was dead when entrance was
forced. The physicians say Mrs. Rock
well has scarcely any chance for re
covery. Mrs. Rockwell ia 30 yeare old,
the wife of R. E. Rockwell of Seattle,
Wash,, who is president and secretary
of the Pacific and Northwestern baseball
league. She haa been a member of tbe
Alvin Joslyn theatrical company over a
year, and is known on the stage as
Louiee Kellogg. Aa yet no reaaon for
the shooting ia learned, but it is general
ly believed tbe couple were almost pen
niless aud McNahb took this meana to
end their troubles.
WHITE WOMAN WARRIOR.
She Fought Her Own People With the
Toi.to Apaches.
Arizona, long known aa the land of
wonders and mysteries, has perhaps
buried beneath its thousands of years of
prehistoric occupation and its mnch
shorter period of white settlement, more
unfathomable occurrences than any
other country in the world, says the
Yuma Times. Many are tbe stories told
by the early pioneers, and almost any of
them -vonld make the basis of a novel.
In 18134, Dr. Alsap and Lord Duppa,
well-known pioneers, were prospecting
with a party in the Bradahaw mountains
on the Hassaynmpa creek. The Indiana
were very hostile and fights were of such
common occurrence that the party never
separated at any great distance, bnt were
at all times on the lookout.
Oue morning they aeparated for tbe
purpose of hunting, Duppa command
ing one detachment and Alaap the
other. In going up 8 cation in which
they weie separated from tbeir compan
ions by high mountains, Duppa's de
tachment was attacked by a large band
of Tonto Apaches. The whi»'" uradu
ally fought their way across the ridge
with the hope of rejoining their com
panions.
During the advance, Duppa, who waa
stationed behind a rock, noticed that he
was tbe particular mark of some one
with a bow, and after seve.al arrows
had fallen at his feet and one struck
him in the arm, he concluded tbat it
was safer to reconnoiter. By shifting his
position he was enabled to get a view
of tbe marknman, as be thought, just as
the bowstring rang for another shot.
Raising his rifle be took aim, and just
as be was touching the trigger the
supposed Indian cried, "Don't shoot 1"
in good English, bat it was too late and
the body fell over with life extinct.
Soon after tbe two parties succeeded
iv forming a junction and the Indians
retreated, leaving their dead. Out of
curiosity the party returned to the place
where Duppa killed the supposed
Indian and found tbat it was a
white woman, evidently about 30
years of age, and dressed in
all the paint and paraphernalia of the
Apaches, though she undoubtedly still
remembered her native language. Ex
tensive investigation waa made but no
trace of her former whereabouta could
ever be obtained, neither did the other
tribes of Indiana know anything about
her.
Pullman Released.
San Diego, Feb. 28.—Godbe, United
States vice-consul at Eneenada, Lower
California, who is at present in this city,
received a telegram today announcing
the release of A. M. Pullman, an Ameri
can, who has been confined in Ensenada
jail on a charge of kidnaping Whitman,
an embezzler, from Mexican territory,
some months ago. Before leaving En
senada the other day Godbe prevailed
upon tbe Mexican authorities to give
Pullman a hearing, which was to have
taken place last Saturday. The delay
in learning the result was occasioned by
the telegraph lines being out of repair
until this afternoon.
An Snibor.zllns; Cashier.
St. Louis, Feb, 28.—Late this after
noon, at the instance of the board of
directors of tbe St. Louis National
bank, a warrant was issued for the ar
rest of William E. Burr, jr., late cashier
of that bank, on the charge oi misap
propriation of funds and the embezzle
ment of funds. His shortage is not yet
known, but it is said to be in the neigh
borhood of $50,000.
A Domestic Trageily.
Trenton, N. J., Fob. 28.—William
Ryan, a potter, 25 years of age, today
shot his wife, and "then fired a bullet
into his own brain and died instantly.
Mrs. Ryan cannot recover.
The prudent aud provident mother makes it
a rule to keep Lr. Bull's Cough Syrup In the
house. She uas tried it before and she well
knows that when her little ones b*ve croup it
will surely cure them.
THE ATCHISON'S GRIEVANCE.
Traffic Manager White Makes
a Statement.
me Western Passenger Association
Asked for Support.
ir Not (liven the Rate War Will Be Car
ried Kastward to Chicago--Tour
ist Sleeping-Car Hate*
Doubled.
By the Associated From
Chicago, Feb. 28.—At today's meet
ing of the Western Passenger associa
tion Passenger Traffic Manager Whits
of tbe Atchison made a long statement
reviewing the relations of his line with
the Southern Pacific, and reciting tbe
cause leading up to tho present troubles.
He asked tbat the association lines, ac
cording to agreement, should stand by
its members, an against all others, and
that the eastorn connecting lines of the
association should cose all business
with the Southern Pacific. The matter
went over until tomorrow, when Chair
man Caldwell will give the matter a
hearing. He may rentier a decision at
once or take the case under advisement.
If tbe decieion t« adverse to the Atchi
son, it will promptly withdraw from the
Western Passenger association and make
tbe fight from Chicago, instead of the
Missouri river.
San Francisco, Feb. 28.— W. A. Big.
sell, general paaeenger agent of the At
lantic and Pacific road, today announced
that the Sauta Fe would meet the
Southern Pacific's $20 rate from San
Francisco to Missouri river points. The
new rate goes into effect Sunday. Tho
Pullman Sleeping Car company today
announced an increase of about 100 per
cent iv tourist cbt rates.
ANOTH~ER SQUIRREL INN,
A. Social Club Inspired by Stockton's
(Jharmlng Story.
When Frank R. Stockton wrote The
Squirrel lan he probably did not think
that, inspired by bis story, some one
would try to duplicate the charming
hostelry. Nevertheless, another Squir
rel inn haa been erected. The aim has
befc to reproduce, i! not the form of the
original, at least tbe spirit that pervaded
it and made the place one of delight.
Squirrel inu No. 2, built of natural
logs and within and without having the
rugged picturesqueness that can be pro
duced in no other way, stands among
the pines of the mountains 15 miles
from San Bernardino, says tbe San Fran
cisco Call, Near by, so near tbat night
and day its murmuring song can be
heard, rnne, fresh aud pure from the
granite of tbe hills, a stream of crystal
water. Tbe altitude is 5,275 feet above
the tide, juat high enough ao that sum
mer has no oppressive heat, and yet the
winds, balsam laden, are free from any
touch of chill.
'ibis Squirrel inn ia the property oi
tbe Arrowhead Mountain club, a social
organization of San Bernardino with a
membership of 14. Tbe idea is to have
a place for vacations, and, while exclu
sive, to have freedom from formality.
No hotel lile for tbe members of the
Arrowhead. Yet the inn is not cut off
from tbe world. It is connected with
San Bernardino by a telephone wire, and
during the summer a stage passes the
door twice each day.
Every detail of the inn harmonizea
with tbe building. The table and chairs
are rustic, the walls are adorned with
cones, tbe skins of wild animals and
wide Are places take the place of stoves.
There Aye rooms below and seven above.
Over their first floor is a large reception
room, a morning room for the ladies, one
for the gentlemen, dining room and an
ample kitchen. The clnb house is the
common property of members, but in
dividual members have the privilege of
erecting cottages near by.
Hunting is within easy reach, but
none is permitted on the grounds, for
the Arrowhead club ia not an aggrega
tion of Bportsmen. It is composed of
men who want a quiet retreat to which
they can bring family and friends. Tbe
organization derives its name from a
peculiar mark on a neighboring mount
ain, a barren spot in shape exactly like
the flint bead of an arrow and large
enough to be seen for miles around.
Col. Adolph Wood was probably tbe
most active in bringing the Arrowhead
club into exietence. He had read The
Squirrel Inn and became imbued with
the idea that Stockton had no right
to euch a monopoly. He found tbe
site, and none of bis associates
has disapproved. Seth Marshall is
the president of the olnb. Colonel Wood,
vice-president; H. L. Drew, treasurer;
and J. H. Bayless, secretary. The otber
members are Jamea Fleming, O, E. Otis,
J. W. Roberts and J. L. Campbell of
San Bernardino; William Stanley and
K. H. Wade of Los Angeles; J. W.
Cregg, Rialto; J. D. Schuler, San Diego;
William Stanton, Pasadena; and James
E. Mooney, Cincinnati. The roster will
doubtless be filled for tbe moßt part
from towns in Southern California, It'
is not surprising to learn that Frank R.
Stockton is an honorary member.
Tbe new Squirrel Inn will not be like
the old. There anyone wbo could enter
certain social circles could become a
paying guest. The new inn will be open
only to members and their invited
friends.
Law Reduced the Size or Sleeves.
Old records say that the law once took
a hand in reducing tbe size of women's
sleeves in Venice. That was in 1303,
and its effect was soon seen in the ex
travagant trains that women added to
their gowns. As soon aa the puzzled
lawmakers realized what was tbe
matter they curtailed the skirt by a sec
ond edit, to be again circumvented by
tbe great magnificence of both skirt and
sleeves, vtaich were blazoned with em
broideries of gold and set with precious
stones. These, too, were enacted out of
fashion, but only while the women were
getting breath for a fresh contest and a
sleeve that exceeded in coat anything
that had gone be.'ore. for they were both
wide and long, reaching even the hem
of the drees. These were tbe arm cov
erings tbat called forth the last fiat from
the Venician senate. —[From the Chicago
Herald.
Ollmore Knocked Oat.
Chicago, Feb. 28.—Harry Gilmore
was knocked out tonight in the fifth
round by Stanton Abbott, champion
lightweight of England. Tbe act-to
wae to have been eight rounds, but
Gilmore wae overmatched in every way.
For good health use TUTT'S FILLS.
Wnu K. Brown,
Watchmaker, removed to 310 B. Spring, nr 3d.
250 envelopes, 50o; ii rm writing paper, 250
Lantiktadter, 211 W, Second, Bollenbeok hotel.

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