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For a violation of the ahoia regulation the water will I* shut off ami ii tine of $2 will lie charged before the water will bo turned on again. 8-1 ' 11 THhe'sXfeTJf. POSIT BOXES OF THE STATE Loan and Trust company are enclosed in a fire-proof and burglar-prool vault, with time looks and brilliantly lighted with electricity; alcoves attached for the private examination of valuables, with writing materials; a young lady in attendance. 8-1 tl MESMIN's'FEM alE - PILLS ASA SPECIFIC monthly medicine lor Immediate relic! for painful r.nd irregular menses—lrom what ever cause. Korsale by FREEMAN & CARPER, 102 N. Spring st. Price, $2 per box. 5-9 ly Xi TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON works; all kinds of painting and repair ing. 128 San Pedro Bt, between First and Second Bts„ Ix>s Angeles. 8-6 tf OINGLE GOLD STANDARD — EXAMINE H pn-spectus. RED HILLS GOLD MINING CO.! PIHTLE CO., TRUSTEE, 339 W Second. Shares, $L 2-1' lm A F. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE, 12('entor place. 1-I.ul PEKaONAL. , I "Personal—coffee, fresTTroasted on our giant roaster; java end mocha, 35c per lb.; mountain coffee, 25c; 10 lbs. corn meal, 13c: 6 lbs. rolled wheat or oats, 25c; Germea, 20c; rolled rye, 10c; gran, sugar, 19 lbs. for $1; 13 lbs. beans 2"ic: 3 cans apricots, 25c; 2 cans roast beef, 25c: 3 pkgs mincemeat, 23c; 8 lbs. raisins, 25c: glass marmalade, oc; ext. beef, 35c; can coal oil, 80c; 3 lbs. lard, 30c; pork, 121.c; picnic haniß, wood pails, 20c; brooms, 2Uc. ECONOMIC STORES, aO5 S. Spring sL LADIES-THE FRENCH METHOD OF RE storing irregularities Is the best, because it never falls and la free from all putn or danger; advice free and confidential at otlice or by mail; avoid delay. DR. FOX, 112 O'l arreil St., S. F. 2-4 lm IJERSONAI.— RALPH BROS. -GOLD BAR flour. 95c; city flour, 75c; granulated sugar, 20 lbs. $1; brown sugar, 22 lbs. $1; 6 lbs. rolled oats, 25c; sardines, 3 boxes 25c; ta ble fruit, 3 cans 50c. midland coffee, 25c lb.; eastern oil, SOe: gasoline, 80c; 2-lu. can corned beef, 15c; lard, 10-lb. can, 85c; 3 lbs., 45c. 601 S. Spring St., corner Sixth. CALL AND SEE IF OUR MEATB ARE FlKST class. Price per nound: Boiling beef. sc: rib steak, 2 pounds, 15c; round steak, 10c; sir loin or tenderloin steak, IS 1 , 'c; best roast beef, 10c; leg of mutton, !*c; ioln mutton chops, 10c; fresh pork, 10c; leal-iard, 11c; salt pork, 10c; pure rendered lard, 12c; hums, 13'jC F. G. CHASE, GlB S. Spring st. V 3O _ I PERSONAL -MRS! PARKER, CLAIRVOY . ant; consultation on business, love, mar rlage, disease, mineral locations, life reading, etc. Take University electric cars to Forrester aye. and Hoover st,; go west on Forrester aye. 3 blocks to Vine st., secoud bouse 011 Vine went of Vermont aye. tf -I,"'XPERT SHORTHAND AND TYPEWEITER W at office of Flournoy, 138 Broadway, solicits share of public patronage; charges reasonable. 2-3 tf "»f ATRIMOXIAL BUREAU - STAMPS FOR aYI details. MRS. COYNE, P. O. box 286. 2-25 lot KDUC . WJIJAJt. WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 226 S. Spring St., the oldest, largest and finest equipped commercial school in Southern Cali fornia; a thorough course in the commercial branches and bunking; a superior and suc cessful shorthand and typewrit 111 g depart men t aud a practical English course; new college rooms, perfectly lighted und ventilated; elec tric elevator for pupils' use; new furniture and appliances; open all the year; pttpixi received at any tine; illustrated catalogue and full In formation free. G. A. HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKER, vice-president. 5-4 ly I" ~~OS ANGELrS"IU"STNESS COLLEGE ' J AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL. (Incorporated), 144 South Main street. Largest and best eqnitqi'd business training school on tbe coast. Thorough and practical Courses in the commercial, shorthand, type writing, telegraphy, assaying und all English brsin-bes. Large, able and mature faculty ot instructors. liav ar.d evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Can at office OT write for elegant catalogue. E. F. SHRADSR, president; F. VY. KEI.SEY, vice-president; I. L. INSKEEP, sec retary. 9-16 ly M~ ODEIiN BIIOKT HAND, SLOAN DU plovun sbon hum! and type-* riling in- Btituteopens March It, 1594, at 142 c . ;,luin « Sloan- Duploysn system, simplest, easiest ■Tsbos* lagflMe aretes* in the world. Saead 125 words |kt minute guaruniced in three months or money refunded. Tuition $45. Students entering first week $35, full course. WM. L. TIIIHA.U., president. 3-3 Ira 17111 iBEL TNsfn'i'TE—CASA DE ROSAS— Jl Adams street, corner Hoover. Will begin second quarter Januiiry s, IS;M. Circulars bent und all luforiuiitioii given uimn aj<plica tion. MRS. CAROLYN M.N ALDEN, Casa de Kosas. 9-27 tf AJCHt'OL FoR pi IV SU '■ Al. TRAIN I~N 1. A Nll ii elocution. Classes every seyand Monday and i'liday evenings. Apply to MISS NAOMA ALFKEY. room 15, 226 B. Sp"ing. MISS GRACE A. MILTIMOBE, SOPRANCs will receive pupils i 11 voice culture, from lv to 12 «. m., at her rosllaencs. 1361 S. Flower MrecL 1 10 1 Hi DKN I\-\ 1 s. 1882—Estublisbed—1882. DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND First sts., Wilson block; take elevator. Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth extracted without pain. Room L iu-4 ti lIEETB PAINLESSLY'riLLED, CIl()WNii"lI bridgeil; urtisiically made perfect in lit and col .r; one kind of work; guaranteed Bni e.uss; visit lor low prices. DX. SWAIN, 175 N. Sprmg st., over Boston Store. 3 1 ly DR. W. H. MASSEIt HAS'KE-OPKXKD Ills dental office in room 14, California Bunk building, Second and Broadway. 1-24 tf "I \KS. TOI.HI'R.-T A KENNEDY, DENTISTS 1/ Spring st., rooms 2, Hand 7. Pair? less extraction. 6-20 tf |]«AMKSrSVE«e, 3*4 X SOUTH SPB ING ST. A -Open Sundays uud evening by electric light. PK. I'AKKKK, DENTIST, N. E. — J'iiiiLLii!!*" 1 I '""' t sl - 'o-'*" )'sautf Lssrve i."s Angeles every Wednesday: personally conducted tlirougji to Chicago and Boston ; laiuily tourist sleepers to Kuiisiis 1 'ity and Chicagoiluily. Low rates and quickest tiiue. Office, 139 N. Spring st. 7-im IThTl !7ps' EX I' lfKSI ON 1' EI;(1 N Al. l. V 77 ~> N. ducted via Rio Grande Western, Denver and Rio Grande ami Rock island route, leave I.os Angeles every Tuesday, crossing the Sierra Nevadas and passing entire Kio Grande Men ery by daylight. Office 138 8. Spring st. MMHi JCDSOhCS EXCURSIONS EAST LEAV E tj Mondays for Chicago, New York and Bos ton via Kio Grande Western and Denver and Rio Grande railways, arriving from Chicago, New York and Boston every Wednesday. Office, 213 S. Spring st. ' 1-14 if' ARCHITECTS. HUKGEBS J. REEV'h, ARCHITECT, ESTAB lisbed ior the last 10 years in Los Angeles, ls'Q. 1915 Estrella avenue. 1-26 ly H. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 132 8. BROAB • waj', between First aud Second, 8-7 tT hblp wahteb —max sb. canvasser of y y good address selling rosea, shrubs and or namental nursery atock in towns and cities; pleasant and profitable employment; perman ent position. BROWN BROS. CO., Nursery men, Portland, Ore. 3-24 lm ■WANTED—ALL NEEDBsG HELP, FREE \ V employment or any Information, address E NITTINGER'S BUREAU; established ISSO. Office, 81»S s. Spring St.; residence, 451 S. Hope St., corner Fifth, Los Angeles, CaL Tele phone 113. a 1» '< ITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA bor bureau, 240 New High st. Telephone 1153; for cooks, waiters, household help, me chanics and laborers. W. A.WHITE, manager. ETTY, HUMMEL A CO., EMPLOYMENT agents 300-303 West Second st., California bank building, basement, corner Second and Broadway. Tel 609. ift W EX TO SELL BAKING POWDER. STEADY employment; experience unnecessary; $75 salary or r-m. tf. I CHEMICAL WORKS, 840 Van Burt . Chicago. 1 14 -<iv WAMTBD-SITCATIOIt". VI""ANTED—SITU ATION^BY*A YOUNG MAN. TV who can give the very best of references, a position as crockery packe-; has had over ten years' experience in one of the leading crockery houses of San Francisco. Address Crockery Packer, P. O. liox 565, Los AngHes. WANTED— POSITION AB~ BOOK-KEEPER, traveling salesman or clerk; reference* and experienced. P., this office. 2-27 7t WANTCU —KB4L ISTATI. : »i7oi>Ri ; K^Ol7sE^7~TO 10 ROOMS ON* \y installment plan : pay $100 per monthl; between Temple and Eighth. Address, K. E. M., box 68, Station C, city. 9 18 lm ITTANTED—A MODERN IMPROVED BIX \V room cottage, near in, on car line. Ad dressE. E. HULL. 142 s. Grand » vf - j- f" 2 _^ s i_ j wiMKii-Mi bUkiaTan lady'to KNOW THAT \\ 1 have coming a carload if the new NO TREADLE, SPRING-MOTOR sewing Machines. See them before buying elsewhere. IRA G. UOAG, General Western Agent, 750 s. Olive st. 3-37 tf TXTANTF.D AT~6nCE~-AI.L KINDS OP BEC >» ond-hand furniture for spot cash; highest prices paid LEWIS A ALDERSON, 312 8. Main st. Tel. 1108. 1-10 tt ■xxJxNTKD — ROOM WITH OR WITHOUT \> board. Address X V Z, box 20, Herald ollice. 3-2 3t Litefr and THURSDAY EVENING, BE j tween Second and Spring and Sixth aud Broadway, a eatseye bracelet Finder please return to 214 Sixth St., room It. 3-9 2t^ T,"'OU N D—TH E PROPER TLACE TO BUY r Teas, Ckiffees and Grocerles-THE ENG LISH TEA AND COFFEE CO.. 311 W. Secoud 8U 2-1 tf OTRAYED—FROM~~34ir~E. FIRBT ST., ONE bay horse and one roan mare. Reward for their return to above address. 2 ! THE CHAMPION HORSE clipper. Tally-ho stables, 109 N. Broad way. 12-9 tf CLOTH WRAP. ADDRESS I j 728 Pearl street. - tf PACIFIC LOAN COMPAY. (INCORPORATED). Ixians money in any amount on all kinds ol collateral securities, dia monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and steel safes aud prolcssional libra ries, without removal; aud on fur niture in lodging, boarding houses and hotela without removal. Partial payments received. Money quick. Business confidential. Private otlice for ladies W. E. DEGROOT, Manager, 829 ly Rooms 2, 3 and 4, 114 8. Spring st. DOVT~»£i ' THAT YOO CANNOT FIND profitable investment and business to en able you to live in the land of sunshine and flowers, for we can offer far safer and more profitable opportunities here than can be found in the east, which investigation will rcvesL Call on or address LOS ANGELES SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANY, Stimson block. Third and spring sireets. Los Angeles, Cal. 2-25 7t TO LOAN-$5OO TO $50,003 IN ANY amount on city or country property; low rates of interest; 110 delay; mortgages bought mid sold ou approved properly , nrst-elass city bonds lor saiu at a bargain. JOHN L. PAVKO VICH, financial and real estate broker, room 15, 211 IV. iirstst. tf OA PARTY WITH LARGE CAPITAL THE Mount l.owe Kaiiivay now presents an un usunl opportunity for a profitable investment, iv the e-Mcnsioii of its road, with pleasant and creditable business connections. For inter view call or address MOUNT LOWE RAIL WAY, Grand Opera House block, Pasadena, CaL 2 3 1m Vf oNEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS. JEWEL iVI ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live atock, carriages, bicycles aud all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS, 2-18 ly 402 ft Spring st. IF" YOr/HA VK FROM $1000 TO $10,000 TO invest for out- year where a very large profit Is certain, call on or address the CALIFORNIA COLONIZATION COMPANY, 201 and 202 Bradbury block. 3-J-5t il T AM $50,0G0, BBAL £& W tate, S per cent and share in profits. LA LIEBKE RANCH CO., 401 stimson block. MONEY" TO LOAN —^UICKLY', QUIETLY aud at small expense. No commissions. SECURITY LOAN A TRUST COMPANY, No. 323 S. Spring street. 2-7 lm MONEY TO L(iAN""aT _ CURRENT KATES. CHAS. M. STIMsoN, No. 2:10 West First street. '-hinged. 2-7 1111 _ FOR XX HAiKME. liOtt - $40O0""— BUSINESS V building la this city; good store 20iliJ with five good living rooms above; good loca tion for any kind of business; price $4000; $1:100 Incumbrance; will trade equity fur any good acreage. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. sec ond st. n»08 EXCHANGE-$25,000—A VERY FINE I piece of property m the city of Son Jose, valued at $35,0 0, clear ul incumbrance; will exchange lor good city property in Los An geles or acreage convenient to the city and as sume tin incumbrance or pay cash difference. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second st. I-'OR EXCHANGE- $6000—10 ACRES VERY line niivel orange orchard fn full bearing und now loinled with beuuliiul fruit; located in the frostless belt v little east of A/use: price $6000: will trade fur house and lot and vacant lota in the city. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. See- TT'OR EXI'IIANGE—SSSO0 —TEN" ACRES OF A Very line land on Main st.,a 111 tie south 01 the city; 5-room house, well, windmill and tank, barn, corrals, etc.; somo fruit trees; will exchange ior bouse and lot or good vacant lots in the city. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 \V. Second. I>.OK EXCHANGE—SagOO NICE 6-ROOM I I residence on Tenth St., valued at $3800, on lot 40x120; will exchange for house with larger piece of ground further out, if not too fur from car line. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second st. fUR EXCHANGE--$2OOO -NICE 6-KOOM J residence in this city, well located, val ued at $2000, clear of incumbrance; will ex change ior good property in San Diego. NOLAN A S.M ITH, 228 W. Second sL 3-2 31 OR EXCHANGE—A FINE FRUIT FARM IN northwest Arkansas for California prop erty. 30 acresin apples and peaches, 50 under Cultivation, 50 in timber, good houses, barns, 2 springs. Address or inquire, Mrs. Ida Rinne. earner tfreesjMMl and Vermont avenue, Ix>s Angeles, Cal. 2-22 8t i.OUKNOV, 138 BROADWAY, HAS CITY J 1 property to exchange for country and country for city, 2-11 tf ATTOK.NKY-. TAY E. HUNTER, ATT OKNEY-AT-LAW, fj Stimson block, rooms 427 A 428. Tel. Practices in all the courts, state and federal. 7 l-tf HUNBAKER, GOODRICH A MrCUTCHKN, lawyers, rooms 543 to 546 Bradbury block, filth floor, cor. Broadway A tnlrd It Tel. 11-JO. /CARPENTER A ( lv ll KAN. ATTORNEYS V_' ut law; ledera! and state courts. 34 Phil lips block, Los Angeles, CaL 3 22 lm "!> J. ADCOCK, - ATTORNEY; SPEI.IXLAT- IV. teutiou given to the settlemeutof estates. 115 W. Tirst sL 4-6 tf ■yxf M" I'O LLAKD. ATT oIINE V- A T-LAW, V> room 3, Allen block, Temple and Spring sts. 211 tf PAIH- Tls, ClirlKK'Urs, KTC. DATENTS I tries obtained, bought and sold; trade marks, copyrights, etc, by 8. J. DAY A CO, pat ent attorneys, room 231 Bradbury building, Los Angeles, Cal. 1 28 tf HAZARD A TOWNSEXD.ROOM 91,D0"» r NEY block. Tel. 347. Loa Angeles. 11-21 tf m it in cat LOS AM,ELKS CONSEKVATOKY OF Ml'sir and Arts; open all the year. MRS. i.M11. , i. VALENTINE, president; Y. M. C. A. build Ing, Bioudway and Second ats. 8-14 ly LOS ANGELES nERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH i, 1894. FOX SALIC—CIT^JMAOeIMmTT^^ T7>OR SALE- *2000-A VERY PRETTY NEW JT residence of 3 rooms, b»th, pantry, closets, etc.; colonial style, in southwest part of the city, only one block from University electric line; price S2OOO, on very caay terms. NOLAN A SMITH, 238 W. Second St. J"<OK SALE--S/70O0: THE FINEST 9-ROOM ' 2-etory residence on <irand avenue, with lot 50x180, grounds well Improved: house new, said an elegant home; pH<-» only *70<>o on easy tor ma NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Bee ond st. J"»OR PALE ,$2100: ON T WKNTY-FIFTH st, otily a few feet from street car line, the handsomest new 6-room residence iv the city; this place will compare favorably with any $3000 residence In the market, and can be bought for #11100. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 Wi Second. 1/OR SALE—S33OO: A VERY ATTRACTIVE Jr new 8-room residence, on large lot on Twenty-tifth st, convenient to two car lines; price $2300. NOLAN * faMiTH, 228 W. Second. I-iOR SALE—SWOO; FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY" 1 a nice residence lot in southwest part of the city, near the corner oi Adams and Hoover, only one halt block from University electrio line; price only $eVOO. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. IfOR SALE— 54700: A BEAUTIFUL NEW 1 modern built 8-* tory 8-room house on lot 70xlSO, In Ronnie Brae tract, near Seventh street cable line; this la a great aacrlflce. NO LAN A SMITH. 228 W. Second. IJIOR SALE—SIO3O; NEW 4-ROOM HOUSE 1 within a few blocks ol this office; price only $1050. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second 1/uR SALE—SSOO; A NICE BUILDING LOT I on Adams et.. a little west ol the Univer sity electric line; slut, 50x135; price only $550; owner muting the sacrifice to raise a little money for Immediate use. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. 1,-iOR SALE —$200; 18 ACRES ON PICO ST.. 1? a little west ol city limit-, prica only $J5O per acre. NOLAN 4 SMITH. 2*B W. Second. a/iOR SALii--$1600; A NEW ft-ROOM COT- D tage near the corner of Twenty-third and Hoover, one block from Adams at., and near the cloctrtc line; price $1000. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W. Second. £ 111/ Ml— FOR SALE; ONE ACRE OF LAND InB.W. part of the city, 9 blocks from the University electric line; a beautiful building site. Price only $1000; ' j cash, bal ance on time if desired. NOLAN A SMITH -228 W. Second. 3-3 3t 17<0n SALE-100xl40 FEET FOR $400, 1 near cable line, convenient to school and church; lots are level and covered with a vari ety of bearing fruit trees; 18 minutes'ride from center of city; transiers given to all roads; terms easy. See owners, HUBBARD A LOVE, 130" j South Spring street. 2-25 7t FOR SALE—SOxISO FEET ON BELI.EVUE avenue, near Ida street, one block from street cars; price $250, on monthly payments. HUBBARD A LOVE, owuers, HIM South Spring street. 2-25 7t SALE—YOUR CHOICE OF 50x150 1 feet on Casco street, near Temple; cement walks, water, shade trees, etc.; price $400; lots on this blork have recently sold for $1200 each; we ore closing these out and will show you the best lots for tlie msney ever offered in "this city. HUBBARD & LOVE, owners, 13ii!-j South Spring street. 2-.15 7t I7<OR BALE—JUST ON THE BLUFF AT ' Boyle Heights, 10 minutes' ride on rablo oars, lies the new city park, the Hollenbeek, just completed; water is now being turned Into the lake, which will make it larger than Weatlake; 230 high 50 foot lots surround the lake and park, through which an electric road is being constructed: for only a brief time you may have the choice oi these lots at $500, this is an exceptional offer: just ride over with your famllv and wonder whether a good neighborhood, with nice schools, car line, and above alia healthy, elevated location can add to tbat attractive spot called "home." WORKMAN A GARLAND, 207 8. Broadway. I 25 8t SALE—A BEAUTIFUL MODERN TEN -1 room house; hot and cold water, marble mantels, wash-stands, etc. ; 13 acresof splendid land, partly improved; water piped through the grounds; 20 shareaof water stock, fully paid; cloee to two liuea of railroad, trains to the city every halt' hour: only 2 milesfrum the city limits: the place cost over $IH,OOO, but iniist be Bold ; a reasonable offer will take it. T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. -spring. 3-2 3t I7IORSALE— DUNKIN A PRINTZ. BROKERS ' and dealers in Real Estate, 125'j W. Sec ond Bt, telephone 495, Los Angeles, C4I City and country property bought and sold; bar gains iv improved and unimproved ranches. 3-3 tl OR SALE—I HAVE FOR SALE SOME choice acre lots, fronting 2 streets, very near the Universitycar line, and southwest of city, price $1000, for each acre lot; must be seen to be appreciated. See THOMAS LLOYD, northwest corner Wesley aye. aud 37th street, University. 3-28 7t TJiOR SA ELEGANT~MOIT. i 1 crn house, 7 rooms, bath, patent water closets; large lot, nicely improved with flow ers, lawn and fruit trees; near the electric car; onlv'lo minutes from Secondhand Spring; price $2750. T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring st. 3-23t l/OH SALE-CHEAP, BY OWNER, 3 NEW~S JT room cottages, with all latest improve ments, Clark avenue and Eleventh street, one block cast of San Pedro street. Apply to WM. COLEMAN, 834 E. Twelfth st. 2-28 5t I7IOR SALE —IF YOUWANT BARGAINS IN lots or acreage, improved or unimproved, southwest of city, don't fail to sec THOMAS LLoYD, northwest corner 37th at, and Wes ley avenue, University. 2-38 7t I ."'OK SALE—HOMESTEAD IM FINE LOcK ' tion. Parties must go east and will sell or trade at a bargain. Call at once on STOVER & OLIVER, S. Spring, room 1. 1-13 ti SALE—S3SOO-A FINE LOT, BOUTH ; west corner, 71x219 feet, in the fashiona ble portion ol the city; a great bargain; see it. T. J. CUDDY, 206 N. Spring at. 3-2 3t F" OR LOT, 50x165 feet west side of Grand aye., near Eleventh St., only $2750. T. J. CUDDY, 20b N. Spring. 3-2 3t 17IOR8A GOOD 4-B.OOM HOUSE, ' barn, etc.; large lot; all fenced; prif c $900; part cash. T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring si. fOR SALE—IN "WHOLE OR PART, 93 LOTS situated end of Boyle Heights cable. Ad dress P. DAVIN, 108J, E First su 3-3 lm rTftaLITOR~EXCHANGE - YOUR PROPERTY 1 promptly. Apply to B. WHITE, 221 W. First st. 2-13 tf I SELL THJE EARTH. 12-1-5 if It. s. I'.ASSETT, Pomona, Cal FOX KSNr-HOUBIS. 1 cottages rooms; $10 per month. 1 cottage 7 rooms; $15 per month. 1 collage 8 rooms. $20 per month, with large grounds. 1 cottage 10 rooms; $25 per month, with large grounds. All the above situated in Southwest of city. Sec THOMAS LLOYD, Northwest corner Wesley avenue and 37th St., University. 2-28 7t OWN 19 HOUSES, FURNISHED AND UN furnished, for rent; also 400 building lots for tale on installments, and acreage tor tub division on easy terms. MATTLSON, 911 South Hill st 12-12 l( FOB ROOmY—GRAND PACIFIC, * limit, entrance, South Spring st.; large liniiilsomely furnished rooms at 50r, 75c ami $1 per day; $2.50 a week and upwards. 2-5 tf F~ CRN FSHED KrToMS—TIIE PARKER~424 W. Fourth si., single or en suite; also fur nished rooms ior light housekeeping. 1-4 lm T"H)R KENT-TWO SCNNYrUNFURNISHED A rooms, for light housekeeping; closet* and bath. 027 W. Seventh at. 2-1 tf 15 OR~ RION T -PLEA6ANT, SUWT 800 M 8 1 with hoard; terms reasonable, at 003 S. Main st., cor. Sixth. 1-b' lm IJUJRNIBHED " ROOMS TO LET — LIGHT . housekeeping. 325 Buena Vista st. H-24 11 FOX r:KNT T MI«Cltl.I.*Nf:<)CB. For' rent — desirable offices and rooms; finest location In the city. For par ticulars call on STOVER A OLIVER, 124fiS. Spring st., room 1. 1-20 tf ruiaicutiS. MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD wifery. Ladies cared for during confine ment, at 727 Bollevue avenue. Calls promptly attended to. Telephone 1119. 8-0 tf DRft" BICKNELL. &~ _ MOORE have ke movod to the Bradbury block. 2-7-Imfttt ENOIMBStBS. M' lltuM, en' • giueer and surveyor, 103 South Broad way, Los Angelea, CaL ; formerlycblef engineei oi Chesapeake and Ohio and K. C, R's. 2-7 la FOB SALK-COITMTKT PtOrMtl. It>or BAt.*_.fi9T r ooo~ sa aTrks vbry ' choice land in Pasadena, near the Painter hotel; 23 acres in peaches iv bearing; this place is very desirably located; haa good water right and will bring a large Income on the In vestment; It ia now worth nearly twice the price asked, but as owner Is heavily mortgage! Is forced to sell al the above sacrifice. NOLAN A SMITH. Ms W. Second. _„„„„ V-*OR SALE—FOR $8000, ON EASY TERMS, r 80 acre* ol land, 1 mile this side of Gar dena, 20acres of which Is planted to aoftshell walnuts, 0 years old; 20 acres in ehoiee va riety of pears, 5 years old; balance in grain; land all fenced, aud Is easily worth 118,000; but as it la heavily mortgaged, the owner is forced to let go at a great sacrific*. NOLAN A SMITH. 328 W. Second. I.XIR SALE-$12.00O; 20 ACRES OF THE JT finest Improved land Iv the county adjoin ing the city on the south. 12 aorea in 12-year old waiuuts; 6 aerea oranges: good 6-roorn house, barn, well and windmill, etc.; price only $12,000, on very easy terms; this place will bring a large Income on the Investment. NOLAN A BMITII. 228 W. Becon<L fV)R SALE—$3OOO —lO ACRES FIRST-CLASS land, about 8 miles east of the city: 23 acres in tall bearing walnuts, apples and pears; balance the very best ol corn or alfalla laud; good water right for irrigation; good house, bain, etc.; price, $'000, on easy terms. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. ifiOß BALE-*5300 -10 ACREB OF THE finest 3-year-old orange and lemon orchard In the atate; about 10W boxes fruit now on the trees; price, for one week, $320 i); thia la located at Aiusa, one ol tne lew places abso lutely free from frost NOLAN A SMITH. 223 W. Second. L."*OR SALE-fIOOO-AT ALTADENA, THE I finest 5-acre residence site in all Southern California, overlooking the whole valley; price, lor a few days only, $1000: thia la a great sacrifice to raise a little money. NOLAN A SMITH. 228 \V. Second. 17H>R SALE—S2S —NEAR ONTARIO, 40 OR 1 80 acrea; very choice land for any kind ol [rult; price for a few days only $25 per acre. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. A | rrjiA -FOR SALE-10 ACRES GOOD ap I.rVHJ land at Orange. 1 acre in walnuts; 3 acrea In barley; 1 acre In alfalfa: "j aero In potatoes; new 4-room house; also a g-room house: barn 24x00; good cistern: good water right lor irrigation: price lor a few days ooly, $1500. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. second. *7 Kfl—FOK SALE-1000 ACRES OF GOOD I ••»"' grazing land about 20 miles trom this city; price "only $7.30 per acre. NOLAN it SM ITH, 2 /8 W. Second, 2-21 T/OR SALE — $3800 — 17-ACRE LEMON r grove at Ontario, half In Villa Franca and half in Lisbon: a beautiful piece of land; very desirably located and trees in line condition; price for a few days only, $3800. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second st. riOH SALE —$1300 —13 ACRES IN THE JT Lankershim ranch; all in peaches, apricots and prunes; price only $1300. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W Becond st 3-8 31 SALE—HOG RANCH OF 630 ACRES adjoining the 200.-acre tract lately pur chased by Andrew MeNally ol Chicago. It Is ' , mesa, ' a corn or alfalfa land and balance bottom or wet land, with a large quantity of tulles-upon which hogs feed. A live stream ot water flows through the property, which la 3roesOd by both the S. P. and Santa Fe rail ways, tho station "Northern" being upon this land, situate about 20 miles from Los Angeles near Buena Park, now subdivided in 10-acro lots, making a splendid chance for investors. If you know a good thing when you see it. lake Ibis as a whole for $53 per acre. Will sell ball at 870 pur acre. Hie SILENT A BETTS CO. owners. Is. E. cor Second St. and Broadway. 3-2 3t 1-<OR SALE-AT A POSITIVE BARGAIN. 1 Wo own the land and the nursery, aud will sell you from 10 to 50 acres, tobesetoutin March, ISHi, to lemons, orangea, peaches, apricot*, prunes or olives, as you may select; price $250 per acre, with abundant water, now piped to each tract, and deeded free with tlie land; we to plant, irrigate and cultivate for one year; land is near Los Angelea, and as nearly frostless aa 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, 1 2< i ... South Spring street 2-23 7t_ SALE—AT A BARGAIN, 160 ACRES of excellent agricultural or deciduous fruit land, 30 miles north, with house, etc.; 100 cleared and fenced; 70 acrea in cultivation; well worth $25 per acre, but lest will buy it if taken at once. Also 28 acres, house, stable, etc., 18 miles east; 18 acres in peaches and prunes and ber ries; choice land and choice location, a.-' 1 at a great bargain if sold very soon. Also lands In Texas, very cheap, oi will ex change lor Los Angeles business property In part. JOHN P. P. PECK, 2-27A3-2-4 242 S. Broadway, room 0. 1" 200 acres of~aFfine'cit -1 rus and deciduous fruit land in the neigh borhood, adjoining East Whitticrou the south; forsaleinlO acre tracts and upward; terms one-fourth cash, balance on time at low inter est; the above-named piece being a part ot the 900-aere tract of the Colima tract. For partic ulars call aud see or address SANCHEZ BROS., Loa Nletos. 2-21 lin •\V ANTED—2O FAMILIES TO JOIN THOSE II now listed for a colony on a section of our lands; there will be nearly 40 iamiliea in the colony; all first-class citizens, assuring pleasant neighbors. This Is an excellent op portunity for at tuul settlers. Call and get full particulars. CALIFORNIA COLONIZATION COMPAN V, 201 and 202 Bradbury block. 3-1-3t OR SALE-s4ooo—lo ACRES SPLENDID land, all in bearing apricots, with a few peach and orange trees; a modern O-room house, barn, chicken house; perfect supply of pure mountain water piped throughout; near the railroad, only a short ride from the city; price $4000. T. J. CUDDY, 206 N. 6pring. 3-2 3t IflOR SALE-17 ACRES OF FINE LAND, 1 all set to navel oranges, 5 years old. Plenty of water. Thia is the finest thing in the state, and can be bought for $300 per acre, and in the choice citrus section of the country. We will be pleased to show this. STOVER A OLIVER, 124}j S. Spring St., room 1. 2-1 tf . IF Vnr AHE ~AN ACTUAL""SETTLER AND want 20 or more acres of the best alfalfa and deciduous fruit land on earth, at from $15 to $40 per acre, easy terms, where water is plenty and cheaper than log, call and bring vourfriends. CALIFORNIA COLONIZATION CO., 201-2j2 Bradbury block. 2-25 tf SALE-sBooo—4o ACRES OF SPLEN JT did land; 3 acres bearing walnuts, 3 acres apricots, balance of the land in young paper alicll walnuts; house, barn, etc.: 20 shares water stock with tile place; price $8000; will take improved city property in -exchange. T. J. CUDDY, 206 if. Spring. 3-2 3t VOR SA LE—l7O ACRES FINE ORANGE, J. vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrat ed Yache winery at Brookslde, near Redlands, this is the very choicest land in that neigh borhood in the market; all or part; price, $12-, 500; terms easy. For particulars see A. C. GOLSH, 147 S. Broadway. 8 30tf TriOß SALE—I 2 ACRES OF EXCELLENT JT land, and a 2-story house at Highland Park; all modern improvements; the house alone cost $8000; title perfect; will sell at once for $8500; what excuse havo you got for not jumping at this bargain? Address "Title," box 50, this office. I "MiR SALE—GARDENA J GARDENAI GAR- X dena! Snap; choice land as any In coun try: hull mile Irom Garderia depot; best place to raise berries in winter; frostless; water eight test; will sell chc*p, on easy terms. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, sole agent, room 15, 211 W. First. 1-ftW TOR HA LE-$350 _ CASH, $000 ON TIM E, I will buy 5 acres of tbe best land, 12 - a shares of best water right, and the bcßt loca tion for a home In Southern California, only 6 miles from the court house; house and barn on the place. Address, H. W. WHITEHOUSE, city. 2-18_tI }7IOK TIIE CHOICEST 2C 1 acres iv Cahuenga valley: fine view anii purolv frostless: all level and now In tomatoe: and spring peas; onlp $230 per acre. T. J, CUDDY, 206 N. Spring. 3-2 3t i76r"saLE~-$4-SEVERAL PIECES 01 J level land, suitable for fruit or grain, ir the artesian belt, Antelope valley, only $4 pel acre; title guaranteed. T.J. CUDDY, 206 N Spring st sVeot I>Or"BALE-15 ACRES IN BEARING, ALI JT set to oranges and lemons; line house ant burn; In heart of Redlands; must be sold Address P. O. Box 778, 2-27 Si IX>R~BALE-$65-80 ACRES OF LEVEL JT moist land, now In allala and barley, miles from the lily: only $05 per acre, par cash. T. J. CUDDY, 306 N. Spring. 3-8 3t v;U>r"baLE—ALFALFA LAND CLOSE T( I* the city; 75 acres at $65 per acre; wortl $100; cheap irrigation; must be "old. Ad Srese ALFALFA, Box 50, thia office. 3-2 It UorFale-io ACRES SUGAR BEET LANI T at Buena Park; a bargain. E. B. CUBH MAN, 304 W. Firstst. - bTLE"-3~ACRES $750; $50 TO $251 r cash. Apply 320 W, First st. FOR "A 1"7 oR SA LE—3-YE A R OLD HORSE," BINGIJ ' or double, at a bargain. Inquire at 212 fc Spring st. Z' 12L FOR SALK. CSOR SALE-FINE BUGGY JT aurrey, wagon, cart and harness, cheap. 11 Commercial street. 2-28 3t PAPERS IN QOANTITLE J to suit at this office. BCaiMBM OPPOKTIJMITIWa. FOR SALE — $3000 — AN ESTABLISHED shoe business on Spring at.; stock nil first class, but on account ol sickness tha owne will sell at SO cents on the dollar of lnvolci cost. NOLAN A SMITH. 228 W. Second et. trtOß SALE—SIOSO —GOOO CORNER GRO 1 eery, well established and doing a casl trade which Is last increasing; rent $15 pel i. onth; atock, which la all tlrst-class, tnclud lng horae and delivery wagon, will invoice about $1830. NOLAN A: SMITH, 228 W. Sec ond st IjWR SALE—SOOO—AN ESTABLISHED MER 1 en mile business In this city clearing iron] $300 per month upward; price ol stock and fixtures about $000; slckneas only reason loi selling. NOLAN * SMITH, 228 \V. second st. TJ>OR SALE—S9SO; 20-ROOM LODGING V house on Spring; at,; rent only $40 pel month; price of furniture $950; rooma all full and clearing above all expenses $73 per mouth. NOLAN <li SMITH. 228 W. Second. FfiOß SALE—AN OLD ESTABLISHED MER -1 oantilo business, very centrally located in this city, and clearing above all expenses over $5000 yearly; stock, which is all first-class, will Invoice about $10,000; no bonus asked. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. SALB-$1000; ONE-HALF INTEREST r In the best fish and poultry market In the city; cash business about $2500 per month, about one-third ol which la profit; priceslooo. NOLAN & BMITH, 228 W. Second. I.IOR BALE—S3OOO; COAL WOOD AND FEED I 1 business, doing every large and increasing trade; price of stock, buildings, horses, wagons etc., $3000. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W, Becond. 4'!Vtn- roR SALE, ONE-THIRD INTER jp.LWrII est iv an established manufactur ing business la this city, paying good profits, Purchaser will have a permanent salary of $78 per month besides the profits of the busi ness. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second si. A j XII—FOR SALE, SALOON, ONLY A FEW JPtvIU blocks Irom this office, doing a good business. Mock and fixtures, $450; rent only nO per month. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second st. f l"MVl — FOR BALE — A WELL-ESTAB- l ished book and stationery business In this city; stock will invoice about $40Q0; is all first-class; no bonua asked. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Becond. IXiR SALE—SIOOO—A WELL-ESTABLISHED V business in this city clearing above all ex penses $140 per week: "good for $7000 profit a year, and can be bought for $1000; sickness only reason tor selling. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second st. SALE—S4IOO —THE BEST-PAYING J? meat market in this city lor tho amount invested,; Ibis place haa been established for yeara, ami has a good permanent trade; price $t!0O. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second at. SALE—SIOOO —AN ESTABLISHED BUS- Jr mess in this city clearing above all expenses nearly $1100 a mouth; thia la legitimate and absolutely correct; price $1000. NOLAN A SMITH. 228 W. Second at. V,soß SALE-s6so— A VERY' CENTRALLY A 1 located ana well-paying grocery and coal buaineaa in this city; atock and fixtures about $650. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Secoud st. SALE—SSOOO—A WELL-ESTABLISH l" Il I* and centrally located drug business; stock and fixtures about $5000. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second st. 3-2 3t R~ EBTAURANT MEN ATTENTION—»T7OoI the largest andonly firat class restaurant in a thriving town close to thia city; magnifi cently fitted up, prominently located, long lease, low rent: pays a net profit of oversiso monthly; never offered for sale before. Owner now compelled to tell on account of large business interests elsewhere: trial allowed; value In atock and fixturea; chance eeldom offered. Will take part oaah. Apply for par ticulars to B. WHITE, 321 W. First at. 3-1 tf I7»0R SALE BY B. WHITe! Office 321 W. First st. Some on payments and exchange. LODGING HOI'SES. LODGING HOUSES. 11 rooms—s 500. 1<» rooms—s SOO. 10 rooms— 300. 24 rooms— 850. 18 rooms— 930. 16 rooms— 900. 40 rooms— 1800. 50 rooms— 6000. 31 rooms— 1800. 17 rooms— 1500. 45 rooms— 8000. 12 rooms— 700. 10 rooms— 650. 12 rooms— 1050. B. WHITE, 3-1 tf 231 W. First st._ rtf,.j,Y.7lGooD OPPORTUNITY—RET! KING r*»..i) partner's interest for sale in a well paving restaurant and chop house; owner is competent cook and will accept any reliable man who is willing to assist in dining room; this is a chance very seldom .offered. Parties wanting a paying business should investigate at once. Seeß. WHITE, 221 W. Flrstatreot. 3-2-2t I "Tor 1 $850 dairy; 12 cows, 3 horses, etc. $1030 lodging house, 10 rooms. On advice of doctor must sell at once. $2000, cash, a good business, paving better than a gold mine; necessary for you to travel suine. N. B. WALKER A CO. 3-1 3t 106 S. Broadway. iM)R~3ALE—HARNESS, SADDLERY AND JT carriage trimming business; evorything complete and paying well; excellent opportu nity for young man; owner retiring from bus iness: will also sell or rent building, as pur chaser desires; rent low. Apply 132 Downey avenue, East Los Angelea. 2 27 7t dr<7?ui * 7<x >- * 7o °- Jf>/UU, COAL YARD. VALUE IN STOCK. LONG LEASE. Apply to B. wniTE. ■j-l at 221 W. First st. <b 1 ruVi-FOR SALE, A WELL ESTAfI- and legitimate business In this city, clearing above all expenses about $600 per month; the fullest Investigation al lowed. NOLAN A SMITH, 238 W. second St. 2-27 3t ROCERYMEN— SEE THIS. Well located store; good, clean stock, at In voice price; about $700. Apply to B. WHITE, 231 W. First at. B-l 8t at 1«llin-' ~ K RTNER WANTED IN BEST sJI.IHf paying saloon iv the city; partner to hired help; line opening for a good saloon man. WALSH A MEINE, 321, South Spring St. 3-37 4t SALE—SSSO—WELLLOCATKD SA ' loon doing ntce business; rent only $20 per month; call at once; only $550; sickness the cause of telling. T. J. CUDDY, 206 N. Spring st. 3-2 3t IITANTED —A PARTNER BY A RUSTLER IN IT an old and reliable real estate and com mission business. For particulars address FARTNFK, bo_x 40, this office. It 6IF~BALE—- $1550 — 17-ROOM LODGING house on Spring-St., newly furnished and filled with good tenants; price $1550. T. J. CUDDY, 206 N. Spring st. 3-2 31 ffl 7. r A_WOOD, COAL AND FEED BUSINESS; Sf.'rsHl long lease; good location; great bar gain if sold this day. See B. WHITE, 221 W. First at. 3-1 3t JTiOR BALE—WOOD AND COAL BUSINESS I paying well; a good bargain it taken with in three days. Address or call at 1325 r>. Main St. 313t WANTED— A PARTNER WITH $500 TO bore lor oil; success assured; immcniio profits. Address Surety, box 40, Herald. 2-21 141 ON'T FORGET TO SEE STOVER A OLIVER, J24!4 8. Spring, for business chances. 12-17 tf it SELL YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY FOR b caah go to B. WHITE, 331 W. Fi r^itstj^ltf GARDNER A ZELLNER, . .. _ 313 South Broadway, Offer the following bargains for a few days on 'y : , oi.iur One Jewett. nearly new $JB5 One Vose, used short time .lift One Clilekerlng 225 One Kranlch A Bach 123 One Jewett, rosewood -65 One Sterling, walnut 245 All the above pianos are in fine condition, GARDNER A ZELLNER, 2-14 lm 313 South Broadway. fiyKKS ANO ET^S)TOLITAiTsraAM'bYE WORKS, 241 Franklin st.; line dying and cleaning. 1-13 tf ARISIAN DYE WORKS. 376 BOUTH MAIN st.; best dyeing In the city. 11-3 tf " ~ OHIKOPOUIST. M~I?B~cTTi?rAFFER, CHIROPODIST AND masseuse. 311 W. First st., opp. Nadcau. 12-94-tf VONTiKUIOIiS. GRANJTE, BITUMLN ojb and asphalt paving ; 237 st. There are undelivered telegrams al tbe Western Union Telegraph office, corner oi Court and Main streets, March 1, 1894, for Skinner & Burrows, Mrs. H. Whiteside, A. J. Parker, Chas W. Parker, H. S. Mitcbel, Frank H, Spearman, B. Clark, Mr. John Winer E. W. Lymburnet. For Over Fifty Tears Mas. Winslow'B Soothing Syrup has beei used for children teething. It soothes tbi child, softens the gums, allays all pain, eurei wind colic, anl is the beat remedy for diar hcea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Eckscom does the wall paper business of thi olty. fie haa a large stock, good tatta and cor reoiprlues. 309 8. Main at. Personals C. F. Phillips of Bt. Paul is In th Oity. A. E. Nutt, proprietor of the Hote Florence, San Diego, is a Kuest at th Westminster. Gen. John R. Mathews has returned from Ban Francisoo, where ha baa bee for some time past. James Olark, J. 8. Oox, H. W. Magee J. W. Vandervort, O. F. Weed and 0. T Marion were a party ot Pasadenans wh lunched at the Westminster yesterday Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Rogers of Mi waukee are recent arrivals in Los Ai geies. They are much pleased with th section and will made an extended eta here. Mrs. Medlll and maid have been stay ing on Echo mountain for several days and vasterday she was joined by Mr Medill and bis daughter, Mrs, McCor mick. J, B. Lankershim has returned from San Francisco. He declares tbat th Southern California exhibit is the bes arranged and most effective at tha mid winter lair. Mr. John W. A. Oil's many friend will be giad to hear of his advance ment to the responsible position of cash ier of the State Loan and Trust comoa ny, having assumed that office eevera weeks ago. Dr. Abbie Janet Seymour of Buffalo wbo accompanied Mrs. Waldo Richards the elocutionist, to tbis coast, haa baen spending several days on tbe mountain and enjoying the superb effects of brigh sunshine, illuminating tha surface of a rolling sea of fog. John if. Millzner, representing M Morgenthau & (to. of Han Francisco i in the city, having jus', returned from successful business trip to Mexico. Mr Millzner ie stopping at the Hollenbeck This gentleman is one of the most pop ular drummers on the road. FRAUDULENT LAND ENTRIES. Complaint* FHad Against Pater Bfaurln and William Wolf. A complaint was filed in tbe United States circuit court yesterday by United Statet District Attorney George J. Denis, against Peter Maurin and William Wolf of Teuiecula, Riverside county, charging tbem with making fraudulent home stead pre-emption entries. The complaint avers that on Marob 31,1881, Peter Maurin filed his declara tory statement, claiming tha right of pre-emption under the publlo land laws of the United States, together with the necessary affidavits, etc., to 160 acres of land in the vicinity of Temecula, Ban Diego county, now Riverside county, end that in consequence of the affidavit aud teetimony a patent was issued to Peter Maurin; and it is further alleged that the affidavit and the testimony of the witnesses were false and untrue; that it was not true tbat Maurin made application for tbe purpose of actual settlement and cultivation, nor tbat the entry waa made for his exclusive use or benefit. It ie further alleged that the entry waa made by Maurin for tha exclusive use of one Louis Wolf, one of the witnesses produced by Maurin in making final proof, and that Wolf paid Maurin $ 160 for tbe title to tbe land; that tha de fendant William Wolf is tha eon of Louis Wolf and has succeeded to tbe interest oi Louis Wolf in the land without hav ing paid therefor and with tha full knowledge of tbe fraudnlent methods adopted by Louis Wolf and Maurin. Wherefore it is asked tbat tbe patent to the iand be recalled and canceled and decreed null and void; tbat the defend ants appear in court to answer the charges. Another complaint of a similar nature waa filed against the defendants, charg ing that a frandulent homestead appli cation was made by Maurin January 23, 1892, for 158 acres of land situated in the same region. A OKKM AN VOLONV To Be Founded Near the Town of Hesparla. San Bernardino, Maroh 1. —The Baldy Mountain Land and Water company has undertaken to bring out a large colony of Germans to settle on lands about 12 miles from Hesperia. Tbe company is conducting water to the land from Sheap oreek and propose to irrigate 10,000 acres and are now push* ing work on every department. About 20 representatives of capitalists and set tlers visited this section a few days ago and were highly pleased with it. It is claimed 500 people are ready to settle upon the land as soon as the water works are completed. SUPREME TBSNT OF SEN HUB. A New Secret Boolely Founded at Craw fordavlllc, Ind. Cbawfordsvillk, Ind.. Mnrch I.—The firat court of the Supreme Tribe of Ben Hur, a new secret society, was insti tuted in Crawfordsville tonight, with 447 charter members. The ceremonies concluded with a banquet. The organi zation will now proceed to institute lodges all over tbe country, there being already nearly 1000 applications on band. THE HAUNTED SWING. The Strangest Thine on the Face of tha Karth. The haunted or enchanted swing Is a most wonderful invention. A briel description may be interesting. You enter a handsomely- ap pointed parlor In which la suspended a large swing, which apparently begins to swing, go ing higher and higher, and Anally clear over,' without In any way disturbing or upsetting you. In fact, It is clatmad tbat the swing does not awing at all, so that you can understand how safe It will be for any one to take a ride. You simply enjoy the sensation of going upside down while sitting perfeotly still. The haunted swing is a new invention. It was first put in operation at the Midwinter Fair la San Fran cisco, and, having met with great success, it has bsen decided to build a similar machine, in this oity. The haunted swing will bs In lull operation in Los Angeles by tomorrow, Satur day, March 3d. Everybody Is invited to oome and see this wonderful invention, free of oharge. Those wishing to take a rids can do so. The fare will be 10 cents. It will pay anybody to come and see tbis, it only to listen to tbe exclamations made by those who are enjoying a ride on tbe haunted or enchanted swing. It Ul without a doubt the strangest and funniest thing on earth, and will surely create considerableex citement UuriuK tbe few weeks of Its stay in this olty. Commencing tomorrow, Saturday, March 3d, open dally frow • a.m. until 10 p.m., at No. 435 South Spring street. BEHIND THE BARS. Bos* McKane la a Uonvtefi 8»l» as S)lafl Stag. Siso Biko, N. V., March 1. —A large crowd awaited tha arrival of the train bearing John Y. MoKane to tho prison, which arrived bare at 3 o'clock tbis afternoon. McKane and his custodians walked to the prison gate, followed by reporters. McKane passed through tbe prison yard to the office of Warden Durston, where he was received by As sistant Clerk Westlake. Sheriff Butling produced his commitment and bandad it to Westlake, who said to McKane: "Your term is six years." Mr. West lake then wrote on the document: ''Pour years and three months," indi cating the net limit of McKane's sen tence, less the commutation for good conduot. McKane removed hie gold watch an d chain from hia waiatcoet, took the dia mond ring from hia linger, the diamond atud from hia ahirt, aa well aa hit dia mond sleeve-buttons, and gave them to Stryker Williamson to take back to Mo- Kaue'a family. McKane also produced $25.79 in bills and change aud handed the money to Clerk Westlake. The customary questions were then put to McKane. He was then taken to the prison barber shop and his mous tache and imperial quickly shaved off. He was then given a convict's suit, which he put on hlmselt. No cell wan assigned him. He will for tbe present be in what ie known as tbe idle ranks. McKnne went through tbe ordeal with firmness and showed no sign of depres sion. HANK KOR HE KY. The Assistant Cashier Sandbagged and Ihe Vanlt Rifled. Dkxtkb, Mich., Marob I.—O. 0. Greg ory, assistant cashier of Gregory & Sous' bank, was found unconscious in tha vanlt this morning. Ha had been sand bagged and tbe vault robbed. Gregory was performing early duties abont tho bank shortly before 8 o'clock, when he was confronted by two men, who forced him at tba point of revolvers to open tbe safe. After securing the money they sandbagged Gregory to prevent his fol lowing them. The robbers secured about $3000. Electric Light Annotation. Washington, Maroh I.—The National Electric Light association today-elected officers, as follows: President, M. J, Francisco of Rutland, Vt. i executive committee, Charles R. Huntley of Buf falo, W. W. Oarnes of Memphis, A. Markle of Hazleton, Pa. Considerable time was consumed to day in discussion of a paper entitled Polyplasee Transmission, by Charles F. Soott, and in consideration of a series of standard rules for electrical construc tion and operation, which were finally adopted. Natural On Explosion. Tims, 0„ March I.—Natural gas from the high pressure main leaked into tbe beer cellars of Hubach's brewery, and when Nigbt Watchman Anthony Meyer went in early tbis morning with a lighted torch, an explosion occurred which rased tba brewery to tbe ground, badly damaged tha building near by and shattered heavy plate glass windowe two blocks distant. Tbe shock waa felt for miles. Meyer miraculously escaped with elikht injuries. A Fatal Caveln. Allbntowk, Pa., March I.—The top of Williams & Sons' slate qaarry at Wil llamstown caved in this morning, bury ing Joseph Beamley, Samuel Kreits, G. O. Pritchard, W. R. Jonas and three Hungarians. Jonas waa dug out alive. Tbe rescuing party can speak with Beumley, but the others are probably killed. A large gang of qaarrymen ia pushing the work of rescue. Indian Duties Increased. Calcutta, March I.—At the sitting to day of tbe vice regent council, Finance Minister Weetland stated tbe govern ment proposed to meet the deficit by a general 5 per cent ad valorem duty on imports, including silver, but exempt ing cotton yarn and fabrics. Tha duty on petroleum will be doubled and new imports will yield a revenue of 14,000, --000 rupees. An Insurance Failure. San Francisco, March I.—Tbe failure of the Columbian Fire Insuranoe Com pany of Amerioa was announced today. Its principal place of business was at Louisville, Ky. The company assigned at Louisville yesterday. An office was established In this city seven months ago and has written about $25,000 in surance. * Oohoa Htm Alive. AcBUQOBBCiua, N. M., March I.—La Opinion Kepublioa, a Spanish journal here, today printed a letter from Victor L. Oohoa, tbe Mexican insurgent leader, denying the reports that ha waa either killed or wounded in tbe brush with Mexioan troops. Oohoa is now some where in the United States buying arms. Ohio Minora booked Out. Cincinnati, March 1.-Owing to the failure of tbe coal operators and miners to agree on the rednction of wages to tba basis paid in Pennsylvania, the mines in the Ohio district declared a general lock-out this morning. In Jackson county alone 4000 miners are shutout. Similar conditions exist in other locali ties. The Harrison Party. Flagstaff, Ariz., Marob 1. — Ex- President Harrison and party passed , here at 0 p. m. Harrison was met at tbe train by a band and c ' tize . nß - " d made a tew remarks and shook banda with many. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives tbe best eatisfaction oi any cough medi oine I handle, and as a esllsr leads al other preparations in this market. I recommend it because it is the best medicine I ever handled for coughe, colds and croup. A. W. Baldbidqk, Millersville 111. For sale by C. F. Heio zeman, 222 North Mam, and Off A Vaughn, Fourth and Spring streets. Knsso-Gernoan Treaty. Berlin, Maroh 1. —Debate on tha Rot go-Oerman treaty of commerce continued today, and the treaty wae finally referred to the committee, agaiDet the votes of the Frelelnnige and Socialist members. When Bator wae sick, we gave her Oaatoria. When aha was a Child, she cried for Cevstoria, When she became Miss, abe ohmg to Castorla. When aha had Children, she gave (hem Castorla. .T. W. Stolllaa, Tobaeeenlti and manufacturer ml fin* atgara, 302}» a Spring it, Los Angeles, Oal.