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MEETING —NOTICE IS O liercbv iriven that the annual meeting of the stockholders in the Illinois association will be held on Monday, June 4, 18114, at 5 o'clock ]). m., in the accrctarv's office, Woodbury col ego Stowcll block, Los Angeles. Cal.. for the election of five directors and the transaction of other business. RALPH E. HOYT, President. G. A. Hough, Secretary. \tOTICE—THE LOS AXGELES CITY WATER _1 company will strictly enforce the follow ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are bo tween 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m. Fer a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will Le charged before the water will be turned on again. 8-17 ii TH E'palfeTjFpOSlT BOXES OFThESTATE Loan and Trust company are enclosed in a fire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time locks and brilliantly lighted with electricity; alcoves attached for the private examination of valuables, with writing materials; a young lady in attteudauce. 8-1 tf MESMIX'S IEM ALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC monthly medicine for immediate relief for painful and irregular menses—from what ever case. For sale by FREEMAN & CARPER, 102 X. Spring sL Price, $2 per box. F. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER! - OFFICE » 12 t enter place. 1 -111 rtCKNONAI.. COFFEe'dRINKERS: THE Triche Coffee company is ready for busi ness. Restaurants, hotels and everybody Who drinks coffee lake notice that wo are prepared to furnish you the best coffee in the United ■States for tlie same prices as you aro paying now for ordinary coffee. One spoonful of the Triche coffee equals in strength and purity two of the ordinary brands. You have never drank cutni coffee until you have used the great Triche coffee. Sendi'n yourorders t0313 W. Sixth st., telephone 266. 3-18 tf V" ~RE TIMES HARD? THEN~DOVT >AY high prices. Read our cash price list: Boiliug beef sc, or BlbsSAe; ribstcak 7Wo. or 4 lbs 25c; sirloin or tenderloin steak 12H0; round steak 9c, or 3 lbs 25c; fresh pork, loc; salt jiork loc, or 3 lbs 25c; leg of mutton 9c; loin mutton chop 10c; rib or shoulder mutton chop lllc, or 2 lbs 15c; stewing mutton sc; leai lard, uurendered, 10c; same, rendered, 12c. F. G. CHASE, 618 8. Spring St. 1-30 ly ] PERSONAL —COFFEE, FRESH; ROASTED everyday. Java and Mocha, 35c. 1I>.: .Moun tain coffee, 20c.; ti lbs. Rolled Wheat, Oats, 25c; Gcrnieu, 20c; 8 lbs. Corn Meal, 15c. ■ 3 cans Apricots, 25c; 6 lbs. Raisins, 25c; 10 lbs. Peaches, 25c; 22 lb brown sugar. $1: 8 lbs Beans, 25c; i'ork, Hue.; Bacon, I 2' u c ;50 bars Soap, $1; Wood Pails. 15c; Bruoius, 15c. ECONOMIC STOKES, 305 S. Spring. IPERSONAL—1 PERSONAL— RALPH BROS—GOLD BAR flour. 95c; city Hour, 70c; Rranolaled •sugar, 19 lbs. $1; brown sugar, 22 lbs. $s 6 lbs. rolled oats, 25c: sardines, 5 boxes 25c; tomaiaea, 2 cans 15c; midland coffee, 25c lb; eastern oil, 75c; gasoline, 75c; 4 packages starch, 25c; lard, 10-lb. can, 80c; D lbs., 45c. 601 S. (Spring st., corner Sixth. /VlimSEB OF AMERICA-REaT) the \X coupon offer today. If you avail yourself ol lhe op 11 uui ly ten can cn>iiy inn ke $ -'<l. PIN A NCIAL. P- (INCORPORATED). Loans money in any amount on all kinds oi collateral securities, dia monds, jewelry,sealskins, merchan dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and steel safes, and professional libra ries, without removal. Partial pay ments received. * Money quick. Bus iness c.mtidentiaL Private olliee for . adics. , W. E. DsQBOOT, Manager, 8-29 1 y Rooms 2, 3 and 4, Ills. Spring st Rational loan and invesi ment co.^ Money to loan upon collateral security, jewelry, diamonds, furs, professional libraries, pianos', lodging-house and hotel furniture, etc.; business strictly private and confiden tial. JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manager, room 7. 121 Temple st., cor. Temple and New High sts. 5-27 ly npO LOAN—SSOO TO $100,000, ON CITY AND X country property; to s per cent net; Without delay; mortgages and bonds bought and sold; loans mado on personal security. JOHN I. PAVKOVICH, broker, 220 West First etreet. 0 13 tf IF YOU WISH TO LOAN OR BORROW . money, notify by letter or in person J. A: J. C. FLOURNOY, Ileal Estate and Financial Agents, 128 s. Broadway, and you will not re gret it. 5-314t ON'EY~TO LOAN ON DITmITxI)"s,~JE\VeE ry. watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS., 2-18 ly 402 s. Spring st, Gools INVESTMENT—A . and dimes will secure one of tbe finest works of art in America. Read the great cou pon offer elsewhere. I r OR SALE — A LOT OF~I uTrANTEED 1 street improvement bonds. Apply to C. 6CHEERER, 237 W. First street; office hours, 10, 10:30 a.m. 4-1 tf ONEY - TO LOAN fN _ LAR7rE^ir~SMALL amounts at current rotes on approved se curity. WHATLEY i: CO., 203 Bradbury building. 5-26 tf TtToNEY TO LOAN AT CURRENT RATE— : l\f CHAS. M.STEM SON, 230 W.First st. N0r.,111 -missionschargod. First-clnssmortgages bought 4-8 tf FOIt KKNT— lIOUBIH. I""?iOR RENT — FURNISHED HOUSE AT . Santa Monica; 19 rooms; within two blocks of Santa Fe depot, south side. Apply to A. B. HOTCHKISS or T. .IF.FF WHITE, 221 W. Fourth st., room 3, up stulrs. 5-31 7t lOWNI OWN 19 HOUSES, FURNISHED A Nil UN furnished, for rent: also, 100 building lots for sule on installments, and acreage for sub division on easy terms. MATTISCN, ol I South Hill street. 12 12 If OANTA MONICA HOUSES TO RENT AND O for sale in this lovely sossina resort. DOW BINO & MAC vim:. 231 Wesl Fh-stst, 3-n-ii POX KKhl'-MIOUS A LLEN BLOCK, COR. SPRING \.\l> TKM xV pie, has large newiy-furuished sunny front rooms, 75c per day; also unfurnished roums for offices. o*l7t IJVOR RENT THREE ROOMS, LOWER PART x of house completely furnished, with piano, lor light housekeeping; also single rooms. 6265. Broadway. 5-27 1 in IjMJRNISHED ROOMS—THE PARKER* -124 .r W. Fourth st.: single orehsuite; also t'ur n.shtd rooms ior light housekeeping. F7IOR RENT FOUH UNFURKiSHEb ROOMS with balb: rent reasonable. SE. corner Main and Seventeenth sts. jtaURNISHEd kooms" to let - Tight X housekeeping, 325 Buena Vista st 11 24 tf 1710R RENT—PLEASANT PURKIfsHED KOOMS ' allow rales. 60S Ha 11 vi nir si. 5-23 lm MKOIII ti-. MRS. PARKER, LIFE-P.IiAIMNG CLaTr" voyant; QOnsultations on business, mm erol locations, law suits, removals, disease love, marriago, etc. Take University electric car to Forrester avenue and Hoover street, go west on Forrester avenue three blocks to Vine street, second house ou Vino St. west of Ver nioiii tivc 3-30 If <70.N T X A OTO X M. C- (ONRAD BCHERER, GRANITE, J; I Tl: M ll\t / oukaud abphalt paving. 237 W Flrstst, . XXT a O HELP, FREE " T> employment or any Information, address K. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880. , office, 319 i„ S. Spring st; residence, 451 8. Uojic St., corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele phone 113. 6-16 tf pITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA- V- 1 bor bureau, 640 New High s'. Telephone 1153; for cooks, waiters, household help, me chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, manager. 1110 tl r>ETTY, HUMMEL & CO., EMPLOYMENT 1 agents, 300-302 West Second sL, California hank building basement, corner Second and Broadway. Telephone DO.). 1-5 tf WANTKP-AHINrs, rtMIK ANGELES 'MUTUAL LIFE AND X Accident Insurance Company, 327 Brad bury block, is now issuing regular policies on its liberal and popular plan, and offers attrac tive inducements to desirable solicitors, either men or women; send for explanatory circulars. 0-2 lm \\ T ANTED—COAGHMAN JUST FROM BAN V> Francisco would like a situation; thor oughly understands his business; steady, re liable first-class man; good driver. ED AUS TIN, Denver house, room 25, 133 N. Main sL, city. ■ 6-3 2t ANTED—BITUATION BY YOUNG MAN speaking English, French and Spanish, with good references, to do any kind of work. Address G. W., box 2», Herald. 6-2 3t WANTKD— "ITTANTED —BY JUNK 13, A FURNISHED > V house, from 4 to 6 rooms, with bath, by a young married cououe, who are responsible parties; can give ths! highest of references; will he permanent if satisfactory arrangements can be made; state location and rent. Ad dress "House," box 50, Heral.P office. TXT A N TED—(> iv N EltS ~~TO LYsT THEIR VV property, for salo or exchange, with us; we have several wants for all classes of reai estate: send in full description of what you have and what you want for it, togotlier with lowest price, to DOWSING A MAC VINE, 231 West First st. 5-11-t! \VAXIEI) AT ONCE—ALL KINDS or si r tl ond-hand furniture forspot cash: highest prices paid. LEWIS & ALDERSON, 312 8. Maiush Tel. 1108. 1-10 tf TXTANTED—YOU TO SAMPLE OUR ENQ it lish Breakfast, Oolongs, Japans, Ceylons, at the English Tea and Coifco Company. 311 \V. Second st. 3-6 5m "H? A NTED—OLD BY »V mail promptly attended to. S. GKEEN GART, 107 Commercial street. 5 13 3m W ~ANTE D — $5000 WORTHSECOXD- - OT hanil furniture for cash. THOS. MITCH EI.L, 502 s. Main st. 6-2 lm LOST ANO IFOJJIND. lOST— ON THE 4P. M. TERMINAL FROM j Los Angeles to Pasadena, May 3d, tobacco pouch containing $12.00. Leave at this office and receive reward. 6-3-2t 7~OST— LADY'S WHITE ENAMEI.EdTToLD Xi breastpin in shape of marguerite with dia mond in center; liberal reward. Return to l.i IST. Herald. (i-2 tf BUSHN—ISS OPPOHTPNI I'IKS. ATTENTION READ THIS DO YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL OR EX excliango a business or property of any kind? if so apply at my office. Cigar stores, lodging nouses, restaurants, stationery stores, butcher shops, coal oil routes, fruit and candy stores, groceries, hotels, wild lands, cheap lols, horses and lots, ranches, properties of every description, from $125 to $50,000. Apply to BEN WHITE, -2.il W. FirstsL 0-3-2t ~"~ —-STATI ONE It V STO R E — — AT INVOICE—A WELL LOCATED STA tionory, news and cigar store on principal street; doing good business; owner will sell at j invoice in order to make quick sale; price about $.175; this is a splendid investment. Bee BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 6-3-gt " : GROCERY .— w-'nil CORNER GROCERY, WELL LO -•iNH'"". cated: 4 large living-rooms; long tesute on premises; rent only $20 a month; stock can bo bad at invoice; bas never been offered for sale before; good horse, wagon, etc. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First sL ti-3 tf 170R SALE —OWING TO OTHER BUSINESS I 1 of a pressing nature, the Herald job othee is for sale at a positive sacrifice. Call at 301) W. Second st. and bo convinced. 6-2 tt --BAUGTINT~NICUi LITTLE FRUIT, It) candy and cigar store, corner: rent ef ground on y $4 a month; building included —lease for one year; see this at once; stock mid building alone worth the money Apply t-.» HEN WHITE, 221 W. Fiist st 0-29 tf PARTNER WANTED -$300 CASH-BEST 1 paying business offered today; thoroughly lejritiuiate, genteel business, inviting closest investigation; money can be turned each month. Address P. 0. Box 331, Los Angeles, Cal. S-3-lt A oiivF Ft 1* IT, C ANDY] CIGARS AN D cold drink stand; best paying stand oi the kind in the city; renl only $12.75; large living room; lull value in stock aud fixtures. T. M. KILLIAN, 130 S. Spring street. 6-3-3t 0 | -(Ttoda a very neat, <iM»)U attractive cigar store; will paya profit 01 $2 a day above all expenses; value in stock and fixtures; rare chance. Apply to BEN. WHITE, 221 W. First street. 5-29 tf y_•« — - —CfOAIi STAND IN CENTRAL LO *!F« 11 O oat ion ; rent only $15 per month: chili room and living room: this stand clears *3 a day above expenses. T. M. KILLIAN, 130 8. Spring street. 6-3-3t I _Qf_V -LA l;i ; K AND WELL EQUIPPED ; -!7f)f)tJ delicacy store mid restaurant on I spring street, close lo Third; this place of business is worth $600. T. M. KILLIAN, 130 s. Spring street. 6-3-3t uTcHER SHOP IN THRIVING COUNTRY town close to this city; pays a profit of $4 per day clear and above all expenses; trial given. "Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 5-22 tf ODGIXG HOUSE; 12 ROOMS: CLOSE IN; $550 will buy the lease and furniture; part cash; balance easy pavtnents; see this bargain. Apply lo BEN WHITE, 221 W. First. 5-31 tf ________ Q, - SE BEAU *rS)fM' tilully furnished and in a most de sirable location: $300 cash, balance casv terms. T. M. KILLIAN, 130 S. Spring. 6-d-St T/OR SALE—GROCERY STOCK AND FIX IT tures for sale at Invoice. Fine family trade; a splendid opportunity for man and wife. COR. HILL AND EIGHTEENTH STS., city. 6-3 2t 0011 l l-RESTAtiRANT WELL LOCATED; "" r doing business of $15 tlailv: rent only $15 a month; positive bargain. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. fi-15 tf tj.-! — -CIQAB~.STORE; ONE OF THE BEST SpXlO paying stands in the city; clears above nil expenses $2 a day. T. M. KILLIAN, 130 S. Spring street. 8-3-rtt f ODOING ~ HOl'SlTi 30 NEATLY FUR- I j nished rooms; $750 cash; balance pav meiiis to suit; price $1100. BEN WHITE, 2*l W. First st. 5-ol tf OAIOON FOR SALE AT A BA U G aInTFuTcE 0 only $400; fixtures aione worth the money; see this today. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 w. First st. 5-26 tf f F YOU WANT TO DISI'OSE OF YOUIt BUBI -1 ncsa without delay apply to HUBBIt & BARNARD, 227 W. Second. 0-1 lm wjl<i(k BRANCH BAKER?! 2 LIVIXfY- | SplUUe rooms: rare chance. Apply lo BEN WHITE, 2il W. First St. 6-3 if I it>lt SALE AT POMONA—I SELL THE I X oarth. Several good business openings, i 11. S. BASSETT. BUSINEfS PROMPTLY "FOR J _ Cash goto U. WHITE, 221 W. First St. 2-1311' DEN WHITE, 221 W. FIRST ST., CAN'SELL IJ or exchange your property quick. 5-2:* tf A 1 11 INCH OF A I.IFF.'I IME—READ THE x\ groin coupon oir'cr lv this paper. A. I "I OHN ». V». TAY ~~8. HUNTEH, A'lT<iItNEY-AT-LA\v\ tl Stimson block, rooms and 428. 'iclo lihonc 028, i'lactices in all the courts, stale and federal. 7-1 tf 1 | I'XSAKEit, GOODRICH A McCUTCHEN, I 1 lawyers; rooms 5-13 to 546, Uradbury blk, sth lloor, cor. Broadway Jk Third sis. TeL 1120. 1> J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY. SPECIAL AT- Jk» tcnlion uiveu to the settlement oi estates, 1 15 VV, l ii.-i street. j 6 tf PM YalUl AN*. XI US. UU. .1. H SMlT£|i "sPkCIALTY," MID JTI wifery. Ladies cared for during confine ment at 727 Belle V—l avenue. Calls promptly atienned to. Telephone l 1 6-5 tf ACVOCN't ANUS. ACCOUNTS EXAMINED, BOOKS OPENED! posted and closed; statements and trial balances prepared, Address H. 11. W., box tic. Herald. 0-2 lm a Kt'Hirtc i s 1 IL™BUOWX, ARC HITECT, /« 01U and Dl 7 Stlmtun building, 87 tf LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1894. FOR SA_B—OITY PBOIf^RTT^ E "T7IOR SALE—FINE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE is JT of twelve rooms, elegantly finished, besides ). a basement fitted up with laundry with sta i tionary tube, not anil cold water, telephone, 1- electric aud modern Improvements; high attic, capable of making four large rooms; large china closets, eight closets, halls, etc.; five fire L " places, and a number of flues. Twelve acres of 8 land with water supply piped underpressure, '" and large stream of never failing water; splen r. did opportunity for Ilsn ponds. Within a mile of the city limits, one block from depot on J Terminal railroad. Orchard of finely assorted ft fruits; flowers and usual outhouses; tine views; title perfect. Prico $8500, being cost of tho improvements; terms liberal, or will tnke as a cash payment one-half in residence property Jn this city. Address W. L. P., P. O. Box 565. - Los Angeles, Cal. 4-5 tf [! TJIOR BALE—HOUSE OF« ROOMsTwiYhTIL v X modern Improvements; trees and flowers: .. beautiful home; southwest; must bo sold; r $2000 —$450 cash payment, balance monthly, !_ without Interest; pfaco valued $3000; also bargains in several other residences; easy pay = mcnts. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 220 W. First sireeL 6-3 3t s - TJ UBl NESS CORNER LOT - UNDIVIDED ._ X> half Interest. Downey avenue and Daly . street, in the business center oi East Los An , geles; mortgage foreclosed; my client must sell at great sacrifice. Addr ss JAY E. HUNT ' ER, attorney, stimson block, fourth floor, . city. 513 tf ' 'V'OR BALE-8-E. COR SEVENTH AND ' _ Hoover, 260 feet front on 7th St. Lots 61, " 62,63, 64. For sale to highest bidder this month a for cash. Address "BIDS," box 20, this office. 0-8 lm ; T.tOR SALE-BEST - LOT IN WOLFSKILL ' 1 tract, with substantial house: 50x200; a alleyway; on corner: terms of the easiest kind. . 508 Ceres aye. or address W., Herald office g 6-1 14t _ IrtOß BALE—CITY PROPERTY; CHOICE ' corner on paved part of Figueroa st, loOx ; 150, to2ofootallev; will sell for $5000 for 10 . days. Address OWNER, this office. 6-3 3t 1 "DEN WHITE. 221 W. FIRST ST., CAN SELL 1 J3 or exchange your property quick; some 1 great bargains In all kinds of property; list I your property with him. 6-3-2t SS , >»)» —N ' I< * X kBVEL LTvifcLOSE TO ELEC np__o trie cars; casv payments; is worth t $300 but must be sold. "BEN WHITE, 221 W. . Flrstst. • 6-3-2t - ffi QJ_-T1 1 ft EE~ (100D~LOTS IN~W" ALE ILL f!p»'*M' tract; great bargain this day. See , BEN WHITE. 2.1 W. First st 0-3-21 I^OR^ALE— $100 t'ASH. 5-ROOM COTTAGE, ' $600; newly painted, papered, fenced, SIDDALL, 312 W. First st. 6-2 3t ISELirfHE~_ARTH. 12-25 tf R. s. IiASSETT, Pomona, Cat. FOR HALF—COUNTRY PKOPKKTY. = SALE—CHEAPEST IRRIGABLE LAND X near Los Angeles; no water rates to pay. : Price less than half of usual rates—l6o acres ' outof tho east 200 acres of Tejunga ranch, the excepted 40 acres being in SE. comer, hereto • fore sold to and improved by John Cox. Eleva tion about 1200 feet above sea level; 10 miles i due north of Los Angeles, 15 miles by road. . The soil is fine decomposed granite, the south > and east parts especially choice; the northwest is injured by rock. There is a fine stream of : water, deemed ample for tho entire 200 acres, piped out on ancl belonging to the 200 acres . alone, with reservoir on separate tract 100 feet - more elevated than tho center of this tract. • There is also included in this piece 80 acres of land purchased of the railroad company many years ago from which is diverted the water, the title of which water, however, lias been here p tofore perfected by appropriation. There Is a good deal of wood and some arable land on [ the 80 acres. The 200 acres is patented land, being a part of the 4400 acres of Tejunga ran Hi erant. Price, $75 per acre fur the 160 acres, bcingsl2,ooo for the entire property, includ ing .-ioacres, reservoir, water pipes, water, etc. Terms, one-third cash: balance in one and two years, 9 per cent interest. Would accept Los Angeles city property foronc-hal:' the purchase prico, or will sell the land soparaiely in trails ol 10 or more acres, with 1-200 of the entire water, water rights, water pipe and reservoir. Price, $80 per acre. Address, W. L.P.. P.O. box 065, Los Angeles. 4-5 tf $1350" AN ELEGANT CHANCE, And It should be snapped at; worth at least $1700, but it must tro at $1350; owner going easL Residence house and corner lot at Long Uoach, 3-room cottage, situated in best part of the town, half block from Sou: b cru Pacific depot; size of lot snx 150: flowers and trees; one oi tho finest corners In Long Beach. Ad dress LOXI. BEACH, Box Jtjj, Los Angeles, Cal. 0-20 OR SALE—9OO ACR~ES OF TIMBER LAND in Riverside county with sawmill and box factory, with houses for superintendent and . workmen, and large barns, all in very com plete condition. Tho timber is largely yellow, black and sugar pine and cedar. For particu lars Inquire of JAMES F. TO WELL, care of State Loan and Trust company, Los Angeles. 5 8 tl SALE-FINEST SUBURBAN RESIDF.Nt'E 1 location, just below the Raymond hotel, on proposed car line soon to be built betwoeu Los Angeles and South Pasadena. Lois from 1 to 20acres with water: short time only. Ad dress P. O. BOX 28, South Pasadena. 6-3 2t j SALE OR EXCHaWe-A~~NICE COT -1 tage, barn and one sore in assorted fruits in Pomona and two and one-half acres in Bart- 1 lett pears near Chino for land in frostless belt or house in city and some cush. P. O. box 220, Pomona, Cal 6-3-Suns 4t Srjt AN ACRE; GO~OD UNDER I J,*) cultivation; plenty water: six mi es from Riverside; 800 acres in all: will sell part or exchange for city 01 town property. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. (l-11-^t ARGAIN — 160-ACRE HOMESTEAD RE linquishment, close to railroad; for sale cheap; will exchange for other property; price $250. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. I Irsi street. 6-3-2t I -'OR SALE—LEMON GROVE OF SOR 10 1 acres; plenty of water under pressure; line location; will bear Investigation. For partic ulars address Owntr, box 13, this ofnce.s-27 tf T~M)lt SALE—SNAP--10 TO 40 ACRE:- $250 X to $275 p-racre; choice land; abundance of I water; must be sod at once. JOHN L. PAV KOVICH, 220 W. First st. 6-3 3t 17OR SALE-SNAP. ACRES in Gardens, choice damp land, suitable for berries; must sacrifice. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 6-3 3t ITWUSALE— COUNTRY; 43 ACRES AND FINE artesian well, 6 miles frem city; onlys4o'o for low days. Address LAND, this olliee. o-:; ::t ' KOK HA DM— LIVK STOCK. 1 SALE "OR RENTWERSEY "ok" HoI*X I I X stein cows, bulls and thoroughbred pig- ; i j bulls ior service; green pasture. Apply to 1 Niles. Wqshiiigion st., cur. Trinity. 5-17 1111 Kill s II.K-All-CMt.I, S.NKUI S. 1 I'-'.I! SALE—firABTz'""MILL; ONE FIVE- i I V stamp mill complete ready to run, one I triumph concentrator complete; one F. V con centrator complotoi 0110 Dodge rock breaker; | one derrick complete. All tho above arc near- 1 ly now and in lino shape and ready ior ship- | incut on short notice The whole will bo sold 1 ! tor $2500 cash or outline on approved security. 1 j Apply 10, or address it. li. TAYLOR, Som'n ! I Riverside, CaL 5-30 lm I • fTtOR SA LE NEW 'SET OF IVORY ! j F billiard balls 1 one new set of composition ] ' pool balls, .1450';, san Fernando st. o-.i-7t j ITIOK SALE-THbROUGHBRED BULL TKU | j rior puppies for sale. 454 South Spring j sircct, Straw works. 6-3 3t j ! TTIGIIEST I'll ICE PAID" FOIt SISFIT AND \ Irl second-handolothlßgat MYERS. 132 c. j Flrsl st. -1-23 tf I lIKNns rs. 1882—Established—1.182 DR. 1.. W. WELLS. CORNER SPUING AND First streets, Wilson block; take elevator. Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; tooth extracted without pain. Room 1. m 4 tf D~ B7WiiDBR] • Coiner Seventh and Main streets. Telephone 1031. 4-1 1 tf D RS. TOLHURBT St KENNEDY, DENTISTS 108 North Spring street, rooms 2, 6 and 7. Painless extraction. 6-20 tf I "RANK STEVENS, 824H SOUTH SPUING ST X Open Sundays and evenings; electrio light D R. J. E. YOUNG, DENTIST, 221 s, SPUING st., Los Angeles. 5-22 r DYKH" AND FINIBHKKS. M"cT ROPOLITAN .STEAM"DYE WORKsTm"! Franklin st.. line dying and cleaning. 1-13 tf 275 _ SOirTrrMAIN JL st, best dyeing in the city. 11-3 tf _ OR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES X to suit, at this omce. MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRIAL FIRMS. ]_1 R. BELLENGEU, MANUFACTURER OF JJa all kinds of art glass, in all shapes and designs. 115 E. Second sL T7IREDERIOK SCHNEIDER A CO . 307 N. V Los Angeles si. Art glass, beveled gla«*. ground designs aud articles, windows. Send lor estimates. AOBIUULTURAL CH KIWI^ftjb^JVOIIKS. "T GRICULTUrTI CHEMICAL WORKS YV manufacturers of fertilizers of every natnro, castor oil, etc., 901-903 Macy st. fc. M. WOODUItIDt.E. Ph. P.. Chemist. 5-22 tf AttCHITCCIiIItAL SCULPTOR. IT* IL^3llA^"iß\ - . 629 a MAIN ST. CARV- Vjm, ings in wood and stone of every descrlp tlon. __________________ JJJ!^*S^WtJORIKS^ JAMES JONES. Manufacturer of ALL KINDS OF BRASS GOODS Castings of all kinds. Pattern making. Sup plies for steam and gas. SPRING AN D SEVENTH BT3. ACIFIC BRASS WORKS, Manufacturers of BRASS GOODS. Bronze, zinc and aluminum castings. Gold, silver and nickel plating. Pattern making. Valves for irrigation pipes. MAIN AND ALPINE STS. BKIC HIV 10 FAOTORY. BEEIIIVE^FA^CTORY. Hives, shipping cases, extractors, honey tanks, etc. B. & K. BENNETT A CO., 1527 8. Main st. JACOB ADLOFF, BOTTLER OF JOHN Weiland, F redericksburg, Chicago and U. S. breweries. 920 N. Main. Best beer iv tho market. Delivered to sll parts. BARKKR HUPFLJKS. 171 W. A O. E. HOPPERBTEAD, WflOLE li« sale and retail barber supplies, cutlery, furniture, etc. China decorating and burning Razors ground. Manufacturers of Festus and Angele razors. 110 W. Third st. BHKWKHISSS. MAIER A ZOBELEIN BREWERY, OFFICE 444 Aliso street. Capacity 10,000 gallons per day. Best In the market. Sold ail over Southern California. Telephone 91. KAKBK'B I'KEL*. T. MONNETT, BAKER'S PEELS, BRICK • moulds and wheelbarrows, 660 Upper Main st. BROOM FACTORY. OETER KEFNK, EXCELSIOR BROOM FA(> I lory, 816 Short st. All ______ ol brooms OAKKIAOO WORK*. CO-OPERATIVE C\\R!tlA(«E'~w6R~KB, 337 E. First st. A. Si'ERL, manager. Car riages and wagons made to order. r» IG~~TREE CARRIAGE ANTJ WAGON > works: 12S San Pedro St., between First and Second sts., boa Angeles. 8-6 tf IllliLKD HAIR FACTORY. T OS ANGELES CURLED HAIR FACTORY, 1j Walnut and Khurtz sts , KOBT. MILLER, prop. Manufacturer of hair for mattresses, up iiolstcring ami carriage trimming. COPPBH WORKS. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COPPER 221 Lo Roy st. Copper work for soda works, breweries and stills. JACOB AMOS, proprietor. CAItBIAOB T KIM MINOS. 'T'HOS. A SPEC s ialty. Carrioge dashes, leather, cloth and trimmings for sale. 218 Requcna st. CASK WORK*. T W BARTELIC MANUFACTURER OF ALL f I • kinds of California wood canes, carved w..a ~l_ii '»Q7 St. COIiSKT MANUFACTURER. CORSET MANU jm facfurers of fine corsets. All varieties made to order. S. Spring st. COOPKKAOK WORKS. "X HUBER, ALL .V. kinds of kees, tanks, barrels, to order. Faotory, 233 vtolfskill aye. CALCIUM LIGHTS. TTtf H. WtLSON. Ma"nUFACTURER OF » calcium lights. 911 ¥.. Seventh st. BAIiTHKN WAKK. I"TaSTLOS \NGKI.KS EARTHENWARE AND _ Terracotta Works. Ollas. filters, improved bu.ter coolers, etc. T. C. NATIVEI, Prop., 607 West st., East Los Angeles. | fciI.KCTRJMJ^Ij^M^Jt^HT M WAGNIERE, ELECTRIC MACHINE _\ Works. Manufacturer of electric appara tus, tools aud all kinds of fine machine works. FRUIT PItHSMRVING. T7OSTER PRESERVING COMPANY. PACK- I crs of fruit, jams, jellies, marmalades, table relishes, pickles, etc. 239 San Pedro sL t 171 E. HENRY, 118 WATER ST., MANUFAC „ turer of center tables, folding beds, bed room suites and extension tables. (iLOVK FACTO 11Y. GLOVE MANUFACTOtY. j MRS. L. V. VOORIIEES, proprietor, 213}_ S. Spring si. Ail kinds made to order. IltllBi Willi KM. I 'MON IRONWORKS-ENGINES, HOILERs] U oil and water tanks, elevators, etc. First and Alameda sts. M VISTKLB AND ORATHIS. I JENUY BOIIUMANN, Manufao'.urcr of wood, iron and slate man tels, bank ofiioc and store fixtures; art tiles for mantel decorations; brass goods. 514 South spring st. M icHINK v» UKgl. MANUFACTURER OF 1 • Regulator wind mills and automatic steam engines, cultivators, etc. All kinds of Inn -hliio repairing. 1003 X. Main st. Tel. 1230. HI A CHIN *■ it V rrillE MACHINERY SUPPLY COMPANY. ' office and waroroom, board of trade build ing, corner Broadway and First street. Los Angelas, Cal. KIMJC ■» TIONAT,. \\> (Kil)lll4TY"s'lTus7NJiSB tIOLLEGE, 220' a it Spring St.. the oldest, largest and finest oqu nod commercial sohool iv southern I'ali foninij a thorough course iv the commercial brunches and banking; a superior and suc cessful ■ ltorthand and typewriting department and a practical English course; now college rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec trio cloiator for pupils' use; now furniture and appliances: open nil tho year; pupils rc eeivod at auy time; Illustrated catalogue and lull i -formation free. G. A. 110UGII, presi dent; N. G. FELKER, vicc-prcsideul. 4-4 ly , I OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE 1j AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL. (Incorporated), 144 south .Main street. Largest and best equipped business training school 011 the ooast. Thorough and practical courses iii the commercial, shorthand, type writing, telegraph., assaying uud all English branches. Large, able and mature faculty of Instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Call at office or write for elegant catalogue. E. F. SCHRADER, president; F. VV. KELBEY, vice-president; 1. 1,. INSKEEP, sec retary 9-16 ly MUSICAL. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC ±j and Arts; open all the year. SIRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, president; Y. M. 0. A. building, Broadway and Second sts. 8-14 ly 131 A NO" TU NIN G —s2~ REPAIRING; BEST I references. BLOOMFIELD, piano maker, 778 E. Picost, 5-13 1 mo CHIROPODIST. iSS~C. STAFFER, CHIROPODIST AND massage. 211 VV. First st., opp Nadeau. 12-24 tf MEXICAN CATARRH CURE, PREPARED by Wl llam 8. Hall, 1131 South Hill sued; cures all cases of catarih; hundreds of tcsti raoQlalH; cored after 30 yean' standing. MAOHINKKY. T B. FREEMAN, MANUFACTURER OF fl • Freeman's gold dry-process separator. 701 a Spring st. soyKi.it wood nongi, IItDWARDS <t KOLR ~~ ll ORANGE WOOD NOVELTY WORKS. Orange wood plaoques a specialty. Oil S. Spring st. A full assortment ot novelties In fancy woods. THE PUENTE OIL COMPANY, PRODUCERS of crude petroleum. Wells at Puonto. Of fice: Baker block. PL.* Its NO. MILLS. QALIFORNIA PLANING MILL. GIBSON A ALEXANDER, Props. Office and mill, 1010 to 1018 a Main at Architectural wood turning and mill work promptly attended to. I~os Angeles ipOlung mTllTfTh. FOW j ELL, Prest. Sash, doors, blinds, scroll work, moulding, etc. 520 San Pedro st. rACY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, MAN j ufacturers of stoel and iron well and water pipe. Iron tanks of all classes, office: Baker block. T D. HOOKER & COT MANUFACTURERS tf t of all kinds of pipe for well or irrigation works. Faotory on Railroad st. Office in 110-,vell<fc Craig's old store, Los Angeles st. PAPf.R BOXES. _ ril tTjoNM A SON. 129 EAST SECOND ST.; X • paper boxes of all kinds; labels printed; send for prices. R W. PRIDHAM, BOOKBINDER AND PA « per box manufacturer, 110 North Los Angeles slreot. /CALIFORNIA ALUMINUM PAINT CO., *_/ sole manufaclurers of Aluminum Paint, ground In pure raw linseed oil: absolutely acid prooL Office 228 W. Second st PI.AS I Kit MANCFAO TUU t its, ALPINE PLASTER CO., MANUFACTURERS of plaster. Works corner Alameda and Washington sts. Office, 205 a Main st. Pro duct made from home material. A YTT O. HENDERSON, PARASOL MAKER. V T • Parasols and umbrellas recovered and repaired. 330 S. Broadway. ROLLING MILLS. STEEL CO. I.ocalcd on Short st., near Santa Fe round house. Manufacturers of all kinds of sheet and light plate iron: also corrugated roofing. Will bein operation May 15iii. RATTAN FUUNJTUKBi. TSULLUV'AN, MANUFACTURER OF RAT • tan and reed furniture, children's car riages, baskets, etc.; articles mado onspeciul order. 807 Upper Main street. S KTALjrO KKS, Union" sheet metal works, galvan ized iron and copper cornices, metal shingles, tin roofing. 34.) E. Second st. CTeORQE RUBSCH72I9 COMMERCIAL ST., j mamifaclurerof sheet metal and all kinds of copper and tinware. SOAP FACTORIKS. SOAP CO., 558 BANNIMO _ St. Toilet and laundry soaps: dealers in caustic soda. FORTHMANN & BERGIN. tively no animal fats used. SH lit r F ■ (TOKV, T~f7pR?ZGINT A CO. SHIRTS T'' IRDER f| . that lit. White vests; all kinds o shirts, uniforms and gowns; first-class garments .08 8. Main st. SILVERSMITH. manufacturer' of VT sterling silver jewelry, spoons, knives and ornaments. Times building. SHOW CI l »KS. CMIAS OEIOER, MANUFACTURER OF J Bhow cases and store fixtures. 259 8. Los Angeles st. TKiNTS AND AWSINGJ, "V^ t m. il HOEGEE. Manufacturer of tents, awnings and all kind* of duck goods, hammocks, etc. Sporting goods and leather gun cases. Catalina Island omuls a specially. S. Main si. AXI D*•X VI 1- r. )f~w7?r^rEß7TfA~3nT)^^ dealer In shells, minerals and California curios. 320 8. Broadway. All kinds of birds and ai; imals eves for sale. UI-BOLS I ftil.V WoUKS. • CtONRAD BUHMAN, 1154 a SPRING, UP ' holsterer and manufacturer of flue fur niture. VINKi -It WOHKS. ■VrATIONAL' VINEGAR WORKS. MANUFAC iN turers of vinegar and pickles. THOMAS A HEYDENKICU, 770 Buena Vista st. Tele phone 1183. UllOt rOLUNtI «ND TAR NINO. . WILLHART AND MAIN 6Ta Wool pulling, tanning and manufacturer of all kinds of leather. . Wool aud hides purchased. ivOV*N Wll. X MAITKKB K~. I^m:i¥k;l«aWressfactory'— ALL KINDS of woven wiro mattressos, top mattresses, hair, iloss, moss, Brazilian hair and wool. Telephone 1289, two blocks north ot Arcade depot. W- ■oi» li « RVI \\r sJ""sprTng st. >V • Artistic wood mantels and carving of every description. VIJC'i: . I* YUCCA M ANU URI NO COMPANY. I near Sania Uo roun 1. house, manufactu rers of Yucca palm "tree protectors," surgeons' splints, hygienic insoles, etc. P. O. box 329. I? sas'i.Tiy, SL Lou is, Chicago, New York and Boston. Leave Los Angeles every Wednesday: personally conducted through to Chicago and Boston ; family tourist sleepers to Kansas City and Chicago daily. Low rates and quickest time. Office, 119 N. Spring st. 7lm TVHILLIPB 7 EXCURSION PERSONALLY 1 conducted via Rio Grande Western, Den ver and Rio Grande and Rock Island route, leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, crossing tne Sierra Nevadus and passing entire Itio Grande scenery by daylight. Office, 138 S. Spring st. 12-9 tf 7 UD.SO.VS~ ' EXCURSIONS - EAST LEAVE t) Mondays for Chicago, New York and Bos ton via Rio Grande Western and Denver and Rio Grande railways, arriving from Chicago, New York and Boston cve-y Wednesday. Office 212 S. spring si. ] _____ HOSIM IJACIFIC SANITARIUM, PICO AND HOPE streets. Large, airy and conveniently ar ranged for patients. The scrvico is the best to be secured. Tol. No. 138. SISTERS' HOSPITAL, BEAUDRY AVENUE. Largest and most complete hospital in ihe city Spacious grounds, large rooms and supe rior attention. Tel. No. 225. SeKCIALISIS. XJ with the L. A. Optical Institute; eyes ex amined free. 125 S. bpring st. 5-30 tf LOSERS ARE KICKING. I'itOTJSST OF THE CALIFORNIA CLUB MEMBERS. The Keating Haseball Olnb Defeats the Tufts-Lyons— Lneal Bicycling Noten — Minor Sports. The California ctnb of baseball tossers are complaining very bitterly against the tactics adopted, as they allege, against tbe Concordia club in the game Satur day for tbe benefit of the Asso ciated Charities, in whicb the boys in grey did np the white and blue colors by a score of 17 to 15. The California bat wielders thought they bad a cinch on the game, and they went so far as to bet two to one that the Coneordias would be taken into camp in easy style, but they changed their tone when they met in battle array on the diamond. It was like an explosion in the ranks of the players that wore the white and blue when thay saw their opponents had called into requißition the eervicesof four professional men from tho Keating and Tuft-Lyon clubs, as the defeated nine claim. Captain Fallen and Pitcher Hicks stated yesterday they did not think it a square deal for their oppo nents to deviate from the published and agreed nine they said they would play, that the California club did not change a player from the original nine agreed. The joke in on Fallen's sphere chasers, a few of whom are financially embarrassed from the result. However, they will bo prepared for tbe next contest, and in the meantime tbe Concordia boys fly the pennant from the pole of their hall on Main street. BASEBALL YESTERDAY. The Readings aud Tufts-Lyons played tbe second game of the city league yes terday, at Athletic park. The Keatings won the game by the score of 8 to 1. Austin pitched a good game for tbe KeKtings, while Harris was unsteady at times. The score follows: SJUTIHOS. A.M. R. 8.11. 8.8. P.O. A. E. Longhead, c. 4 1 0 0 7 1 0 Smith, s 5 2 2 O 2 5 1 Allen, 2b 4 1112 2 0 Cloven nd, lb 5 1 3 2 !) O 3 Hart, 3b 5 10 12 0 0 Austin, p 4 1 0 O O 2 0 Aloßatn, ct 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 Wilson, rf 4 1 0 2 1 0 0 Van Horn, l.f 4 1 0 2 2 0 1 Rhodo>. ri 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 ¥ 7 7 27 10 5 TCFTS-I.YONS. AH. It. Bit. SB. ro. A, E. Solly, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 Franks, as 4 110 14 3 Harris, p 4 0 O 0 O 0 1 Piekuey, cf 4 O O O 1 O 0 Uuerclo, lb 4 O 1 O 18 0 1 E. -tore. 2b 3 0 O 0 3 4 2 Buskirk, c 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 Tyler, It 8 O O 0 O O O Lewis, If 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 Total 39 1 3 1 24 13 11 SCOBE BY IMMKOS. 12 3 456789 Keatings 1 0101131 "—8 Tufts-Lyons 1 00000000—1 SUMMARY. Three-base hits—Franks. Two-base hits— J. More, Cleveland, Van Horn. Sacr flee hits—Hart, 2; Van Horn, 2; Mc- Baln, 2. Struck out-By Anttln, 7; by Harris, 2, Double plsys—Querclo to Franks. Umpire—Franks, fceorer— Rhode*. Yesterday afternoon the Los Angeles Browns defeated the young Los Ange icjH-o v.j Mm «— t w a. 'l l.- f__ ture of the game was the playing of Carroll at short stop for the victorious nine. The La Grande ball club defeated the Alison at the First street grounds yester day, by a score of 10 to 2. Rogers' Baseball club defeated the Eaet Los Angeles club yesterday after noon, by a score of oto 17. Both clubs played carelessly. The features oi the game were tbe fielding of A. Cummings and Bland, the batting of Collins, tbe twirling of Thatcher and the oatching of Anslyn. The following are names of the players wbo composed both teams: Re GKKS E. L. A. Q. Cummings Catoher. , .lv:; Thatcher Pitcher Leubutier Collins First base Helmau Anslvn ... .second bsße Burkhart Barker shortstop Asevata Rogers..." Third oase. Grotzluger A. Cummings L?!l fieid Moulton Bland Center Held... Asevata Thompson Right held Curtis SIGNAL CORPS SHOOTING. The monthly medal shooting contest of tbe signal corps of the First brigade, N. G. C, took place yesterday. The fol lowing Is the score: Seigt. R'.-ynolds 5 55445454 4—45 Corp'l Swisher 444 4 55455 4—44 Corp'l Kin«ey 454 5 44445 4-43 Pvt. Basßett 544444544 5—43 Pvt. Caiey 544434455 5-43 Corp'l Noble 545344454 4—42 Pvt. Peak 4444 4 4445 5—42 Mrj. Owens 4 4 5 3 4 2 3 5 4 4-38 Pvt. Taylor 3 3 3 5 4 h 4 4 3 3-37 Lieut. Lawrence 33530544 3 3—35 Pvt. Kremmer 44 2 4 2 4424 3-33 BICYCLING NOTAS, The Scorcher, a new cycling paper, was established at Santa Ana last week by Sam Pnrcell and Robert Watt, wheeling enthusiasts. Aside from the illustrations, the paper is excellently gotten up and is a good record of cycling in Southern California. Ed W asson and Ira Parkinson, coming riders from Riverside, rode to this city yesterday. They made the run iv about six hours. The wheelmen who attended the division meet at San Diego aie a happy lot. Tho boys held up thestreetcornors yesterday in telling how it happened. Wonder what tbe northern contingent think of Southern California wheelmen since they were so badly er.owed under at ihu division meet? Burke, Fox, Shoemaker, Jenkins aud Castleman are coming to the front wonderiully. Santa Ana wheelmen are looking for ward to the 23d of June with a great deal of interest as they anticipate an unlimited c mount of sport on that, their annual field day. In a eiiort time the enmping season will be here and many pleasant runs are anticipated being made to the many bathing resorts along the coast. Wheel men Bboiiid see to it that the many short rough plaoee, wliicb rob cycling of a great deal of its pleasures, aro re paired. A few dollars expended in mak ing repairs would do a great deal in that direction. By using Hall's Hair Renewer, gray, faded or diSQOlored hair in-nm-H tlie uatura'color of youth, and grows luxuriant and strong, pita, tig everybody. i-.iri.Nis, uoi'V';nirt i\ kto. I )ATLNTH FOB INVENTOtuf IN ALL COUN 1. tries obtained, bought and so v; trade marks, copyrights, etc., by B. J. DAY & CO., patent attorneys, rooms 282*238 Bradbury building.LosAngeles. EsUblishod IHI9. l-2Sti HAZA BD & TOWNHENI),ROOMSiTdOWNEY block. Tel. 347. Los Angeles. 11-21-ti WINCH »Nl> \jSStS£t£%~*~~~~ rfMJBNEE HALL SALOON-UNDER NEW 1 Turnvereln hall, 817). 9. Main st. Best home brew on tap. A tine restaurant In con nection. Family rooms. C. CLOE'fl'A, prop. 4-22-3 in LETTER BAG. ITho IIKKM.D under thli heading prints com munlcatioim, but do-s not assume responsi bility for tbe sentiments expressed.] An Appeal f O , work fur Iba Unem ployed-Is the Boulevard Sleeping? Editors Herald:—lf I was in tbe habit of feelinit disappointed, I should have been bitterly disappointed tbat this week's column of Gog and Mogog did not appear in the Herald, for I had counted much on tho prestige of your paper in giving a new impetus to tha Loa Angeles-Pasadena boulevard and un employed movement in our midst. But being always sure that all things work together for good and that the devil is not ' in it," the disappointment was but of short duration. Well, now, you will help in this—so far as we can see—needed and exoellent cause. Help in your own way, if not in that of others. We, non-parlyites and others, believe that the Herald is really in tbe interest of the people, though perhaps conservatively so in some respects, like Abraham Lincoln, who moved slowly in the matter of freeing the slaves, yet with determination at the right time. It is likely that it will be neoessary to call another uibbs meeting. There is a good deal of impatience being felt, and not a little expressed, by the class to whom this movement is calculated to give employment and bread. It is no loiterer possible to satisfy this im patience by saying, "The men who have this in charge are solid business men, who will see that it goes through when they once take it in hand." "Well, are we and our families to starve in the meantime?" they reply. They go on to urge tbat it has been a long time since the mass meeting was held ; that noth ing is said about it iv the papers; that it is likely to drop like everything else in tbe interest of tbe people. I have called several times upon Judge Widney to learn of the progress being made, and he has replied that as soon aa the right of way Irom all the property owners connected with the boulevard had been obtained and one or two other nutters adjusted, a meeting of ths committee would be called. But now that the impatience and scepticism on the part of the unemployed hta be come so great in regard to this cause be ing vigorously pushed, it would seem a wise measure to call another mass meet ing in order that the unemployed them selves might learn just what was being done. More dollars for the securing of tbe opera house on the part of the mother sex are in readiness for the pro ject. Mary Ivbs Todd. Los Angeles, June 3, 1894. A Proposed Street Car Franchise. Editors Hskald :—Tho oity council seem to be having a desl of trouble formulating a franchise for the electric road to ruu to the western part of the city terminating at Westlake park, that will not meet the serious protest of property owners. Alvarado street own ers protested successfully and a strong protest is mado against putting it on Lake street, signed by every owner of improved and a large majority of own ers of unimproved lots on short, narrow, little Lake street. Several who contem plated building homes thereon, have declared tbey would not if tbe franchise is granted. I would modestly suggest for tbe greatest benefit to the city at large, aud this locality especially, that our "city fathers" take one of the many lines of care going to and near the park, viz: Tenth street, across Lake street. Gratid View avenue. Park View avenaa andUarondalet streets to the city limits, thence north to First street, west side of the park. This is an ideal route and will require bat little grading beyond Lake street; it traverses a tine residence seotion tbat is only waiting transporta tion to be thickly built up. Even now there are quite a number of houses be yond Grand View avenue, and on Seventh etreet beyond the park, anx ious to have a road nearer to tbem. A line on Lake street would be of no bene fit to ihetn as it would not make nearer car service, neither can it benefit Lake , or Alvarado street, as they now have ample car service with transfers every where. People from the southwest part of the city would naturally travel by a line landing them on tbe west side of Weßtlake park in preference to other lines, and those from north and north east, would not, no matter wbeie the southwest oar started from. Again it is a certainty, that for a franchise as above formulated, the Consolidated Electric and Cable company would be . strong bidders, in order to remove from Minth street to Tenth street to thus fur ther remove tbe paralleling Seventh street, and getting nearer to Pico street, and thus monopolize tbe travel and keep out competition. This road out Tenth etreet to city limits and thence to Westlake park, would not only be the greatest benefit to the greatest number of people, but to tbe owners of the rail road themselves. Yours, Pro Bono Publico. Official Dudes Startled. The chappies in the stato department aro in despair. They cannot turn np their trousers any more—that is, they / j cannot wear them turned np and con- ' | tinue to work in the department. Secre tary Grcsharn happened to see ono of the chappies strolling leisurely through the corridor one day last week with his trousers turned up in true London style, lie next day this particular young man md a note on his desk directing him dovoto himself to an especially un i genial task, and one at which ha uld hardly core to have his society .riliars see him engaged. At the same ue a horrid rumor was spread abroad ■th truly feminine emphasis and em < llishmonts to tho faot that Kenesaw Litndis, tho private secretary of Mr. Gresham, and a man who never takes any noto of climatic conditions in Lon don, had given the secretary his worst that every ehappio found with his trou sers turned np should ho treuted to a week in Coventry.—Washington Letter in Boston Advertiser. Our Poor Bhow at Antwerp. The Antwerp exhibition was formal ly opened, says a writer, liko all other great shows, in unreadiness. The show takes in the whole world, hut its great feature—in fact, its secret raison d'etre— is the display which is tho result of Bel ■*inm's colonial venturo in tho Congo ■State. The country has achieved ono of (ho greatest successes in history in colo ny making, and it proudly produces proof of it. Even England, with all hor, African conquest*, peaceful and other wise, is put to shuuie by comparison.. The United States makes a showing thus far so poor as to bo ridiculous. Only bankrupt Italy, of all countries oi! rank, makes such a boggsu'ly display.