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BESS?.'£ J ! c ,'?i- m ~~-w~- AUCTION! TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1194. 232 W. FIRST ST., AT 2 P. M. Two fine lots on Grand avenue, near Twenty- Bfth, ia the midst of . legem residences. 14 choice lots in tho Abbot A Margaret tract, on Union avenue, between Fourtocnlth and Sixteenth streets, only one block frotm I'ico street electric line. • TERMS —10 per cent on the fall of the ham mer. 15 per cent on delivery of cortificaite. bal ance one, two and three years, or on ikistail ments. 11. R. HAKNA A CO., 101 Broadi/a-f. THOS. B. CLARK, Auctioneer. 8-lO^lOt I GOLD MINING INVESffMENT-W.\ VS. ED J\ at once, a man tl-at has $1000 to $ tOOO to invest in a genuine mining investment. The amount of money invested can be .loubled •within three months, and every dolla .- put in Is doubly secured; no chances of loss. Money is to be used in buying a smelter to si oelt rich gold ore, already dug and on the dumps. Nothing hut gold bullion could pro. luce such results. Gold bullion is equal to irold coin, and a small investment in this mine is equal to a small fortune. The managem snt of the funds contributed and the property will bo wholly in the hands of the officials elected by the stock subscribers. Please call ntiii investi gate at rooms 209 and 210 Stintson block, Third and Spring sts. (3 13 tf NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER company will strictly enforce tkfc follow ing rules: The hours for sprinkYing are be tween 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 and 8 o'clock p.m. For a violation of the above regulation tho water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be charged before tha water will be turned on again. !yZ_!'_ T~HE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE Loan and Trust company are enclosed in a fire-proof and burglar proof vault, with time jocks and brilliantly lighted with electricity; alcoves attached for the private examination of valuables, with writing materials; a young lady in 8-1 tf EKMIN'S FEMALE PILLS A3 A SPECIFIC monthly medicine for immediate relief lor painful and irregular menses.-from what ever cause. For salo by FREEM AX A CARPER, 102 X. Spring St. Price, $2 per box. T — HE FIRM DOING"BUSINE?s"aT 1451 SAN Fernando street, known as 'Tune A Eccles, on Tuesday, June 5, 1894, dissolved. Hereafter the business will bo conducted by W. U. 0 LU NX 6-10 6t HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR MISFIT a"nd second-hand clothing at MYERS', 132 E. First St. 4 23 tf FrsLOrER, HOUSE MOY'ER. OFFICE, , 12 Center place. 1-15 tf PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY. (INCORPORATED). Loans money in any amount on all kinds of collateral securities, dia monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan dise, etc Also on pianos, iron and steel safes, without removal. Par tial payments received. Money quick. Business confidential. Pri vate office for ladies. W. E. DeGROOT, Manager, 8-29 ly Rooms 2, 3 and 4,114 S. Spring St. AND INVESTMENT CO.— Money to loan upon collateral security, Jew elry, diamonds, furs, x> ro tessional libraries, pianos, lodging house and hotel furniture, merchandise, etc.; business strictly private and confidential. JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manager, room 7, 121 Temple St., cor. Temple and New High st. T6~LOAX---$5OO TO $100,000, OX CITY AND country property; 5 4 to 8 per cent net; without delay; mortgages and bonds bought and sold; loans made on personal security. JOHN L PAVKOVICH, broker, 220 West First street. • 5-13 tf ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEW eiry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security, LEI BROS., 218 ly 402 S. Spring st GOOD INVESTMENT—A FE~W~COUPONS and dimes will secure one of the finest works of an in America, Read the great cou pon offer elsewhere.' I/OR SALE LOT OF "GUARANTEED * street improvement bonds. Apply to ('. SHEERER. 237 W. First st.; office hours, 10, 10:30 a.m. 4 4 if \f OXEY ¥0 LOAN IN LAROX OR BMALL .its amounts at current rates on appr.ivcd security. WHATLEY A CO., 203 Bradbury building. 5 28 If IIfrOXEY TO LOAN AT"cURRENT RATES. MCHAB.M. STiMsON.U.-lOW.First st. No com missions charged. First-class mortgages bought 4 8 tl OSEY TO LOANAT LOWEST TaTEsTnO dclav: no extra marges. FLOURNOY, real estate and loans, 128 Broadway. BUS tl ■ DUOATIOMA L. BUSINESS COLLEGE. 226 S. TV Spring st., tho oldest, largest and finest equipped commercial school in Southern Cal ifornia; a thorough course in the commercial branches and banking; a superior and suc cessful shorthand and typewriting department and .1 practical English course; new college rooms perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec tric elevator for pupils' use; new furniture and appliances; open all the year; pupils re t-eived at any time; illustrated catalogue and full information free. G. A. HOUGH, presi dent; X. G. FEi.KER, vice-president. 4-1 ly OS AXGEf.E¥B"ITBiTESSc6I. LEI iK AND ENGLISH TRAIN ING SCHOOL. (Incorporated , 144 South .Main Street. Largest and best equipped business training school on the coast. Thorough and practical courses in the commercial, shorthand, type writing telegraphy, assaying and all English branches. Large, able and mature faculty of instructors. Day arid evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Call at ofliee or write for elexanl catalogue. E. F. SCURADER, president: F.W. KELSEY, vice-president; I. L. XNSKKLP. sec retary. 9 16 ly SPECIAL SUMMER SESSION OK IHE LOS Angeles Business college, UI4 South Main street opens July 2d. All the branches of tho eighth, nintti aud high school grades, together with the regulat branches of the commercial and shorthand courses, thoroughly taught by able and experienced teachers. An excellent opportunity for public school pupils to bring up their work, or to advance a grade. Un equalled facilities for ponmanshio, typewrit ing and telegraphy. Call or write for particu lars. A ITOHMtY-. JAY E. Stimson block rooms 427 and 428. Telo phone 528 Practices in all the courts, slate and federal. 7 1 if HUNSAKER, obODRiciTA - McCUTCII EN, lawyers; rooms 543 10 546, Bradbury blk, sth floor, cor. Broadway A Third sts. Tel. 1120. J. ADOOCK. ATTORNEY SPECIALaT . tentiongiven to thcsettloment of estates 1 15 W. First st. 4 li tf WINKS AXIS LIQUORS. TURNER HALL SALOON—UNDER NEW Turnverein hall, 317J-j s. Main st. Best home brew on lap. a fine restaurant in con nection. F'ainilv rooms. C. CLOETTA, pi on. ' 3 m AK6HI IKCTS^ CH. BROWN, ARCHITECT?" ROOM s~ 515' 1 • 516 and 517 Stimson building. 87 tl 1 „ BTI.V WANTtn-ll a LI. I TgTANTED—PILE* LAY VT ers, shovel men, and all kinds of laborers for rail road construction In Arizona. Railroad fare $6.20; board $5 per week: wages from $1.50 to $2.50. PETTY. HUMMEL A'CO., 3co and 302 W. Second, cor. Broadway. Tel. 509. 0-0 » ■HrANTETt—ALL NEEDING HELP, FREE employment or any information, address E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880- Offlcc, S. spring it,; residence, 451 S. Hope St., corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele phone, 113. 5-16 tf YV A NTED — FIVE OOOD, EXPERTENCED »t coupon rustlers to represent one of the largest merchants in city on an entirely new proposition; big money; cell early. JOHN J. McLATjaHLIM, room 17, 31«}4 s. Spring. It C"ITY AND COUNTY OFFItTAL Fit EE LA bor bureau, 540 New High st. Telephone 1153: for cooks, waivers, household help, me chanics and W. A. WHITE, manager. 11-10 tt PETTY, HUM VRIT^ - C M PLO YME N T a.ents, 300-:VO2 West Second st., California bank building basement, corner Second and Broadway. Telephone r.uf. If rTASTKD-AOKHTS, qiHK ANGELES MUTUAL LIFE AND A Acci'/fnt Insurance Company, 327 Brad bury bl.ock, is now Issuing regular policies on its !.'. and popular plan, and offers attrac tive Inducements to desirable solicitors, either men.or women; send forexplanatorycirculars. 6-2 lm WANrKD—siti:ATiiiirs. WANTED— SITUATION bVEXPERIENCE"D and competent coachman to take care of horses, carriages and make himself generally useful. Address G. T., Box 20, Herald office. 6 8 7t ■lir ANTED — SITUA I'IOn"BY" A WORTHY TV young girl lo take care of children or to do light housework. Call at Sisters of Mercy, 119 E. Third et WANTED— SITUATION, BY AN EX'PERl enced crockery packer; can give the very b-ast of references. Audi ess C. H. F., box 50, Herald olfice 1 6-10tf W'A NT E D—SITUATION BY RESPONSIBLE V> young man as collector; small wages ex pocten. Add oss R.. box 60. Herald, 6-I*. -It WANTEO—FCJKNISHKD HOUH!. FI^NISHEC \\ from 4 to 0 rooms. With bath, by a young married couple, who are responsible parties; can give the highest of references; will be permanent if satisfactory arrangements csn be made; state location and rent, Ad dress HOUSE, Hex .".0. Herald olliee. WANTCO-MUCtIL4NEOCS. nTANTRD, MONEY—I 2 TO 15 PER CENT i\ noit by buying that residence and busi ness property to'be sold under the hammer at the brosdwa'v door of the court house next Saturday, by order of tho public adminis trator to close an estate. For full particulars sec FRANK M. KELSEY, 242 s. Broadway; or BEN E. WARD, auctioneer, 13g S. Spring st. 0-13 3t "IX"" ANTED —OWNERS TO LIST THEIR »v property, for sale or exchange, with us; wo have several wants for all classes of real estate; send in full description of what you have and what yon want for it, together with lowest price, to DOWSING A MAC VINE, 231 West First st. 6-11 tf WANTED AT ONCE-ALL KINDS OF SE"C ond-liand furniture for spot cash; highest prices paid. LEWIS A AI.DERSON, 312 a Main st. Tel. UOB. 1-10 tf TO SAM TLB OUR ENG lish Breakfast, Oolongs. Japans, Ceylons, at the English Tea and Coffee company, 311 YV. Second st. 3-6 5m T\' ANTED-OLD CLOTHIN"G-ORDE~rT~BY »» mail promptly al [ended to. S. GREEN CART, 107 Commercial st 5-13 3m ■M-rANfEb-$r.00() WORTH OF SECOND- Y> hand furniture for cash. THOS. MITCH ELL, 502 S. Main st. 6-2 lm xXTaTnTED—LODGING HOUSES; CALL AT YV once. JOHN L. PAVKOYTCH, 220 W. First. 6-13 7t PKKSON A 1.. E RSON Al,— DRINK ERS: THE Triche Coffee company is ready for busi ness. Restaurants, hotels aud everybody who dritiks coffee take notice that we are prepared to furnish you the host coffee in the United States for the same prices as you are paying now for ordinary coffee. Ono spoonful of the Triche coffee equals in strength and purity two of the ordinary brands. Yon have never drank good coffee until you have used the great Trlehe coffee. Send in your orders to 313 YV. Sixth st, telephone 266. 3-18 tf ERSONAL —COFFEE FRESH ROASTED every day. Java and Mocha, 35c. lb.: Moun tain coffee, 25c; H lbs Rolled Wheat, Oats, 25c; Germea, 20c; 8 lbs Corn Meal, 15c; 3 cans Apricots, 250 ; 6 lbs. Raisins, 2'ir.; 10 lbs Poaches, 26c; 22 His brow n 8 lbs. Beans, 25c. ; Pork. 9 Bacon, 12..0.; 50 bars Soap, $1; Wood Pails, 15c; Brooms, 15c. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 S. Spring. /PHASE'S MARKET, 618 S. SPRING-STEW \J ing mutton, 3c; rib or shoulder mutton chop, 2 lbs 15c; leg of mutton, Se; 2 lbs round steak, 15c; 8 lbs boiling beef, 25c; good roast beef, sc: 2 lbs pork sausage, loo; 2 lbs good pork chops, 15c; 3 lbs salt pork, 25c; 4 lbs rib steak. 25c; 4 lbs spare ribs. 25c, etc., etc. CHASE'S MARKET, 618 S. Spring st. 1-30 ly PERSONAL —RALPH BROS — GOLD BAR flour, 95c: city flour, 70c: granulated sugar. 19 lbs. $1; brown sugar, 22 ibs. $1; 6 lbs. rolled oats, 25c.; sardines. 5 boxes. 25c; Cniatoes, 2 cans, 15c; midland coffee, 25c lb; oastorn oil, 75c; gasoline, 75c; 4 packages starch, 25c: lard, 10-lb. can, 80c; 5 lbs., 45c. 601 S. spring st., corner Sixth. T>ERSONAL—"REMOVA L NOTICE — AGNES 1 11. I'leasanco, the celebrated dead trance medium, is now located at 634 S. Broadway, where she will be pleased to meet all her old friends and the public generally. Private sit tings daily; satisfaction guaranteed. 6-10 7t f 1 I.I.MI'SES ~OF AMERICA-READ THE vT coupon offer today, li you avail yourself oi the opportunity you eon easily moke $20. FOIt KKNT—HOUSES. yORRENI—WATER FREE. 2929 E. First, 4 rooms, $5. 2927 E. First, 2 rooms and stable, $5. 761 San Julian,! rooms, $7. 765 son Julian, 3 rooms, $6. 151S Kearnev, 5 rooms, $7. JOHN P. P. PECK, It 227 W. Third st OWN 19 HOUSES, FURNISHED ANDUN- furnished, for rent; also, 400 building lots for sale on Installments, and acreage for sub dfviston on easy terms. MATTISON, 911 South Hill si. 12 12 tl 0 R ~ REN T—THE BELLEVUE* - TE MAOE JT hotel; 1-10 rooms furnished: Sixth ami Pearl. Apply D. W. FIELD, 205 -New High st. 6-10 tf S~A XTA~~M6NITJa - IIOUSES0USES TO RENT AND for sate in this lovely seaside resort. DOW SING A MAC VINE, 231 West First st. 5-11 tf .) 4 ROOM HOUSE. 26 CASTELAR ST. - I 6-8 lm FOR KKNT— KOOMS. 1-1 It NISHED "ROOMS—THE~~PA XX JT YV. Fourth st.; single or en sui te; also fur nished rooms lor light housekeeping. i-URNISIIED~ ROOMS TO LET — LIGHT ' housekeeping,32s Buena Vistast. 11-24tf J/OR RENT-PLEASANT FURNISHEDROOMS at low rales, at 60S Banning st. 5-23 lm J/OR RENT—NICELY FUItNI.SIIED~FIfoNT rooms; beds. $1 per week. 6-15 41 FOR KENT—M Is I I I, I, A NEOIIS, 171 OR RFXT-8T0I: K WITH YARSTbOTtX ' ble for wood and coal business; rent rea unablc Si-:, corner Mnin and Seven Icon Ih. KXIJ|K4f(ISH. |Nh DAY SAVED BY '1 \KI\G I^HMiInDQBV/ Santa Fe excursions to Kan- York and Boston. Lorvo os Angeles every Wednesday: porsonully conduct d through to Ciiicagoand Bostonj family tourist sleepers to iCansasCity and Chicago daily. L.w rates and quickest time. Office, 139 N, Spring st. 7-lm 1 )llll.l.ll'S' EXCURSION PERSONALLY I conducted via Rio Grande Western, Den ver and Rio Grande and Rock is and route, leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, crossing the Sierra Nevada-and Passing entire Rio Grande scenery by daylight. Ofliee, 138 S. Spring st. 18-9 tf "jUDSON'S EXCURSIONS EAST LEAVE fj Mondays for Chicago, New York and Bo— ton via Rio Grande Western and Denver and Rio Grande railways, arriving from Chicago, New York and Boston every Wednesday, OHicf. 212 S, Spring st. 1-1-1 11" FACTORY. T F. PRIZGINT A CO., ShTuTS~TO IhTdER . fj . that fit While vests; all kinds of shirts uniforms and gowns; first-class garments, 185 W. Firsi si , l,n~- l.ieni. 6-6 1 m I'll VsICI ANs. j MRS. Tjr'j? \\ SMITH, : wifery. LadiOaeatM for during confine men! in <27 Bellevue avenue, talis promptly atitndc-d to, 'J'clejdione 1119. 6-5 tf ' LOS ANGELES HERALttt FRIDAY MORNTNO, JUNTS 15. 1894. FOR BAMt-CITV I'KOPKKTT. F~"oR BALK-*«s(kCa VERY'fTNE NEW 11 -room residence near Seventh street cable, In direction of Westlake para, on lot 60x191. well improved; hotiso elegantly furnished i throughout; price, including furniture, only $85 <». This is one of the linest new residences in the city and is offered at a great sacrifice, NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. "I/OR SALE—S3>OO—IN SOUTH PART OF X the city near Grand avenue, a very fine new 2-story, 9-room residence with Alt the modern improvements. This is only about 100 yards from Grand avenue cable line and a great bargain. Terms very easy. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. I/OR SALE—A VERY CHOICE PIECE OF V business property on Broadway, a little be low Third; price sHift per foot; so feet front age; this property will positively double in value in two years. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. 1/OR SALE—A VERY FINE PIECE OF 1M- X I proved business property on Spring St., be tween First and Third sis., paying a rental of over S per cent net on tho price asked. NO LAN A SMITH. 228 YV. Second. I /OR SALE—.I)6OO; A FINE, LARGE, RESl dence lot on Eleventh it, near electric line; street all graded and improvements sur rounding; price only $600. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. I/OR SALE — $7500; IN THE BONNIE J 1 Brae tract, ono of the handsomest new 2 story residences in the city, all newly fur nlshed throughout and in perfect condition. I his place is for sale for $7500. NOLAN A SMITH. 2<B W. Second. I/OK SALE — $6500; A BEAUTIFUL NEW X 2-story, '.(-room residence on Grand avenue, with all modern Improvements; price only $6500. This is strictly first-class in every re spect end a sacrifice NOLAN A SMITH, 2:8 \V. Second. 1/OK SALE—SIOOO: A BEAUTIFUL NEW 10 -" room 2-story residence in south part of Hie cl >, near Grand avenue: price duly 9*oooi this is a great bargain and will bear cose in vestigation. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 YV. Sec ond. I.IOR SALE—S2BOO; IN SOUTHWEST FART 1 of the city, a new 8-room 2-story residence, (a very pretty place), only a few yards front the University electric Hue; price only $2~00. NOLAN A SMITH 228 W. Second. I/ OR SALE—SIISOO; IN SOUTH PART OF Ja the city only a few feet from two car lines, one of the prettiest !)-room residences in the city: this is elegant; price only $3500. NOLAN A: SMITH 2'is \V. Second. IjSOK BALK—S4BOO—A BEAUTIFUL NEW 0 r room residence In southwest part of the city, near Adams and Figueroa; price for a few days only $ 4 SOO. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W. Second. I /OR SALE—SJ3OO-A VERY LARGE. NEW i 1 6-room residence, nil modern, a little west of I'earl, near electric line; price only $23 .0, on easy terms. NOLAN A: SMITH, 228* W. Sec ond. I/OR BALE-$2500-A VERY ATTRACTIVE J7 now 8-room residence, on large lot, on Twenty-fifth street, convenient to 2 car lines; prices2soo. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W. Sec ond. E"lOR SALE—SIIOO—ON THIRTY-THIRD ST., near Main, a 5-room residence, on a well improved lot; price only $1100. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second I/OR SALE— $100.; A BEAUTIFUL RESI JT dence lot, 100x100, near the corner of Figueroa and Aaams; price only $1600; this Is a snap. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W. Second. 1/OR SALE—S7SO; THE BEST RhSIDENCE .T lot on Cushman St., near the corner of Mums and Hoover; }his is a snap at $750. NOLAN & SMITH, 22s W. Second. I/ 0R SALE — $2000: NEAR WESTLAKE Jr lark; a beautiful corner lot, 60 fnot front with south and east frontage; price only $2000. NOLAN A SMITH, 2zB W. Second. I/OR SALE—S4OO: GOOD RESIDENCE LOT JT on the electric line, near the corner of Ma ple avenue and Thlrtv-second; price $400, NOLAN A SMITH, 228 Vv. Second. 1/OK SALE—SSSO; A BEAUTIFUL RESl denceloton Angeleno Heights, near the Temple-st. caole; sizesoxlso; price only $550. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Se ond. 1/OR SALE—S.JuOO; A VERY CHOICE LOT J? for fine residence or for a row of flats; it cannot be equalled in the city; this lot is lo cated near the corner of Seventh and Pearl, and is 100 feet front by 150 feet deep, and can bo bought during the next few days for $3000. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. L OR SALE—SSIIOO; Til f. FINEST 2-STORY r 8-room residence on Boyle Heights; all completely furnished, on lot ilSx 148'„, only 1 short block from the cable car line; price as it stands, only $5000. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. 1/OK I-ALE—$32OO; A NICE 8-ROOM RESI JT dence, barn, etc.; lot 50x140; highly im proved, and located about S minutes' walk from the new courthouse; price, if sold at once, $3200. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 YV. Sec ond, I /OR BALE/-FINE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE of twelve rooms, elegantly finished, be sides a basement fitted up with laundry with slKlioiiary iuns, hot end cold water, telephone, elecirie and modern improvements; high attic, capable of making four large rooms; large china closets, eight closets, halls, etc.; five lire places, and a number of flues. Twelve acres of land with water sup ply piped under pressure, and largo stream of never falling water; splendid op portunity for fish ponds. Within a mile of the city limits, one block from depot on Terminal railroad. Orchard of finely assorted fruits; flowers and usual outhouses; flue views; titli perfect. Price $8".00, being cost of the im provements; terms liberal, or will take as cash payment one-half in residence property in this city. Address YV. 1.. P., R O. box 565, Los An geles, Cal. 4-5 tf T/OR SALE—TOMORROW, 10 A. M., BROAD way entrance to court house, corner lot, 50x140, with store end four living rooms; large dining hall and large nearly new lodg ing house of 20 rooms: also lot 80x125 end 4 cottage houses. The above will be sold by order of the public administrator to close an estate. All rented and paying good income. BEN E WARD, It 138 S. Spring st., auctioneer. 1 /OR SALE AT ~ AUCTION—VALUABLE I' property at auction Saturday. 10 a. m., at Broadway entrance to the court house, by or der of the public administrator, to close an estate. For full data see FRANK. M. X ELSEY, 242 S. Broadway, or BEN E. WARD, auction eer, 138 S. Spring St. 6 13 3t -WOLFSKH.L TRACT — Homesoekers, speculators see this; two lots in Wolfskin tract atgreat bargains, one lias a 70 foot lrontage on Ceres street that can be bought this week for $450. These lots lie be tween sth and tith st. near depot. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 6-6'tf BUSINESS ' "CORNER - L6t~l UNDIVIDED half interest, Downey aye. and Daly St.. in tiie business cen er ol East l.os Angeles; mortgage foreclosed; my client must sell at groai sacrifice. Address J. E. HUNTER, attor ney, Stimson block, fourth floor, city, 5-13 tf I" -lOR SALE—SISOO" 2'i ACRES OF BEARING oranges (navels) and a small assortment of other fruits, nil in tho very iinest condition; a perfect right to the- best of mountain water; situated in the choicest part of Ontutio; only $1500. T. J. CUDDY, 206 N. Spring. t-13 St IJsOR SAI.G-$5000;~ AN ELEGANT TOROOM 1 modern house, with bam, carriage house, driveway cement walks, and lot 150xi70 feet, Southwest corner, nicely improved, near the el< el rio enr line, and very cheap. T. J. CUDDY, 2UO N. Spring st. 6-13 3t 1 -Oli SALE—OIITIOTS; CHEAPEST - INTHE 1 oil district. Three lots for $100 each; 4 lots adjoining the best producing well in this city, $;(>(» io $10U0 each. Apply to W. F. McINTOSH, 206 and 207 Bradbury block, I-os Angeles. 6-13 St | -OR BALE — $6500; A LOVELY - 116Ui 1E 1 near Vermont avenue. 8 acres of elegant land st in trees and berries, barn, outhouses, etc. This is in the line of growth and a bar gain. T. J. CUDDY, 206 N. Spring St. 6-13 3t 1/OR PALE—SSOOO, 60X170 FEET ON GRAND V avenue; close in; a 9-ror.m house in good condition, paving good return on the invest ment ; only $ .000. T. J. CUDDY, 206 N. Spring, « 13 3t I /OR SA I li—s7soo, 54X2d6~FECT~bN~THE 1 west side of Broadway, a neat residence all In first class condition, only $7600: this is cer tainly a bargain. T. .1. CUDDY', 206 N. Spring. 6-13 St v/olilaTe - $100;"A 6-ROOM HOUSE, BARN I BUd Chicken house; lot 48x2701001; near Electric car; price, $1375—511)0 cash, balance monthly. T. J. CUDDY, 206 X. Spring st. 6-13 Ut ■jr/OR balemkmSoi 'a "modern~o7ro6m 1 house and nice lot near Temple street, An geleno Heights; price, $2200. T. J. CUDDY, 206 N. Spring st. 6-13 3t I/O if SALE —"ik LOVELY HOUSE WITH ?- grounds 10C'xl5o feet, near Westlake, on Bonnie Urea, at a bargain. T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spiing st. 6-13 3t .> 4 ROOM HOUSE. ~20 CASTELAR ST. 1\ 6-8 lm I BELL THE EARTH. I 12 2~. tl R. S. RASSKTT. Pomona, ca). lIYKKS 4SD KIMS.IKK- STEAM DV E WORKS, 241 Franklin street, lino dyeing and cleaning. 1 13 tf P ARISIAN DYE WORKS, 275 SOUTH MAIN St., best dyeing in the city. 11 3tf I/OR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES J to suit, at this ofliee. OA Ri< 1 «*••: WORK'S. T>IG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON li works, 128 Son Pedro st., between First ond Second sis., Los Angeles. s-ii if Clltl t It A C >'OHS. C" ONRAD'V.'IIERKR'.'ViRANITK, IJITUMIX otis and nsi.liult pavfnc;. 237 W. First su _TOR ■ A I4M —rOUNTBf FKOFICRTV. I /OR BALK-$15 ( (K50-ON easy terms" 1 the most productive and best paying wel nut giovc in Southern California, located in the very center of the famous Rivera walnut producing district; good house and outbuild ings and splendid water right; crop thia yrar will amount from $1000 to $6000 clear of all expenses: owner is a non-resident and cannot give this place hts attention, hence the sacri fice. NOLAN A SMI I'll, .'-8 W. Second. I /OR SALE— $281.0— AT GARDENA, ABOUT lOnillcs south of the city, 10 acres of very fine land with good water rightt 9 acres in prunes and peaches, and same in strawberries and blackberries; small house; price only $2-.©(». NOLAN »v. s.M ITII, 3'B W. Second. 1/OR SALE -$800; A 1 'ALTADENA,9 ACRES; the finest residence lot in the county; price only $800; has been offered $1500 for it only a few months ago. bill must sell now. and is wil ing to sscrllice for one-half Its value. NOLAN A SMITH. 228 Yf. Second. I /Ok SALE-$10,OoO; Til li BEST 20-ACRE soft-shell walnut orchard in the country located at Fullerton: this will soon pay a good Interest on four times the prico asked. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. .second. I /OR SALE—S2OOO; 5 ACRES VERY CHOICE land on Figueroa St.. a Utile south of city; 3 acres in trees; price $2000. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. 0-1 --t 1/Olt SALE—SIO,S«O; 20 ACRES VERY highly improved, with hcßrlng walnuts, oranges and deciduous fruits, almost adjoin ing the city limils on the south; prico for a few days only $10,500, on easy terms; this is only about one-half the price asked for all similar property. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. |j OR SALE-$"1250; A BEAUTIFUL AND I highly Improved 5 acres on Figueroa st., near the city; good 5-room house, etc.; place in tine condition and very cheap at $3250. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 YV second. 1/OR SALE-$300CI; 2U ACRES ALL IN -P lemons, in line condition; good 4-rnoin residcuc and outbuildings, rlrst-class water right, and altogether a nice suburban home; located at Alhambra; price only $30. 0. on easy terms. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 VV. Second. 1/OR SALE—$4' 0.1, 10 ACRES JUST SOUTH X" of the city, all in Cull bearing blackberries, will produce $2i>oo this war: one of the finest pieces of property in Hie county; price only $4000. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. 1/OR SALE—SI2,OOO; 20 ACRES ON FlG neroa street, nearly adjoining the city limils; price for a few days $12,000. NOLAN A SMITH, 2 8 W. Second. 1/OR BALE-$0000; 15 ACRES ON CEN tral avenue electric line, all in bciring fruit; good residence and outbuildings: one of the finest fruit orchards in the county; price only $1)000. NOLAN .v. SMITH, 223 W. Seconn. 1/OR SALE-CHEAPEST IRRIGABLE LAND -T near Los Angeles; no water rates to pay. Price less than half of usual rates—l6o acres out of the east 200 acres of Tejunga ranch, tha excepted 40 acres being In SE. corner hereto fore sold to and improved by John Cox. Eleva tion about 120 i feet a' ove sea level; 10 miles 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 line stream of water, deemed ample for the entire 20 I acres piped out and belonging to the 200 acres alone, with reservoir on separate tract lOOfeet more elevated than the center of this tract. There are also included in this piece 80 acres of land purchased of the railroad company many years ago. from which is delivered the water, the title of which water, however, has been heretoforo perfected hy approprla'ion. There is a good deal of wood and some arable and on the 8«i acres. The 20.> acres is patented land, bclnga part of the 4400 acres of Tejunga ranch grant. Trice, $75 per acre for the 180 acres, being $1 J.OOO lor the entire property, includ ing 80 acres reservoir water pipes, water, etc. Terms, one-third cash; balance in one and two years. 0 per cc it interest. Would accept Los Angeles cltv property for one half the purchase price, or will soil the land separately in tracts of lo or more acres, with 1-200 of the entire water, water rights, water pipe and reservoir. Price, tfSO per acre. Address, W. L. P., P. O. box 585, Los Angeles. 5-5 tf "[/OR SALE—SI2S, 80 ACRES OF "CHOICE 1 alfalfa land with house, barn flowing well, family orchard fenced and cross-fenced, south of the city on Wilmington avenue, the best dairy ranch in the county, only $125 per acre: will lake part in city property. T. J. CUDDY, 200 tt. Spring. 0-13 St THE OTT ARSON LAND CO. A REBELLING decidous fruit and alfalfa lands for $15 per acre. Come to Palmdalo and sco us or write for information, P. O. address HERALD. Los Angeles Cal. 0-S 25t FOX StLR-LIVK STOCK, I /OR SALE OR RENT—JERSEY ' stein cows, bulls, and thoroughbred pigs; bulls for service; green pasture. Apply to NILES, Washington st., cor. Trinity. 517 lm "I/OR RALE— AND DRIVING 1 horses and farm implemen a, JOHN JEANES, Laguna ranch, Station B, Los Angeles. li-io lm FOX Stl K-MINt'KI.I.ANKOVS. Ij-lOK S A LE—QUARTZ MILL; ONE~FIVE -1 stamp mill complete, ready to run; one triumph concentrator complete; one F.V. con centrator complete; one Dodge rockbreakei; one derrick complete. All tho above are near ly new and in fine shape and ready for ship ment on short notice. The whole will be sold for $25c»0 cash or on time on approved security. Apply to or address' R. B. TAYLOR, South Riverside, Cal. 5 30 lm I/or sale—a"io H. P. orie!stXl~gar EX- V gine in good running order; will sell cheap lor ctsh. Apply P. O. box 225, Palo AltO, OA I. 0-9 7t 1/OR "SALE— PASTURE — 2000 ACRES IN F San Fernando valley. Address: C. W. DODGE 309 U.iion aye. 6-13 5t FOX KXCHANGK. I /OR EXCHANGE—SBO*O; 2 GOOD S-ROOM ' 2 story residences, only a few blocks from the centre of business, this city, and only a few steps from Temple st. cable; routing contin ually; price $S0U0; mortgage $3000; can run indefinitely; will tMde equity for any good, clear property in this city or county; here is a chance. NOLAN A SMITII, 248 W. Second. Wl'limi FOR EXCHANGE—FOR SAN AX ?M)IMJU« tonio, Tex., property, a fine 8-room residence and 8 lots on Figueroa street, in south part of city, valued at $0000, and clear of incumbrance. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. 1/OR EXCHANGE — $18,000; FOR CITY -T property, a well-established manufactur ing and retail mercantile business; stock will invoice $18,000. XOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. 1-oR EXCHANGE—SIO,OOO; FOR PASADE -1 na property, a hignly improved 40-acre fruit and alfalfa ranch near Santa Ana; price $10,000, clear. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Sec ond. 1/OR EXCHANGE —$10,000—FOR 1M- X' proved or unimproved city property, 40 -rnom hotel, With beautiful grounds, and very centrally located nt Pasadena; price, $10,000, clear ol incumbrance; owner will assume on good property here. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Seconn. 1/OR EXCHANGE—S4OOO—BUSINESS BUII.D- Ir ing in this city; good store, 20x60, with 5 good living rooms above; good location for any kind of business; price, $«oiiQ—sl3l)o incum brance; will trade equity for anygood acreage. NOLAN A -Mi l 11. 228 W Second. 1/OK EXCHANGE-$0000; A GOOD 10- JT room residenoo and 4-room cottage on lot 80x157, centrally located, and together valued for cash at $ :()00; will exchange for good fruit ranch about same value. NOLAN A SMITH, 22S W. second. 1/Olt EXCHANGE — $1500; 75 ACRES J 1 about 3 miles SE, of oily limits; valued at $4500 and clear of incumbrance; will ex change for city properly. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 w. Second, DRNTI*! ttt. 1882—Established-1882. DR. I. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND First street, Wilson block; take elevator. Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth extracted without pain. Room 1. m 4 ti nit. WILDER, » ( nriier Seventh and Main streets. Telephone 1031. 4-11 tf DP.s. TOLHURBT A KENNEDY, DENTISTS, J OS? a .North Spring street, rooms 2, li and 7. Painicssextraction. 8-20 tf T/RANK -TEN ENs7324'.iSODTil SPRING ST. J' Open Sundays and evenings; electric light R.J. E. YOUNG, DENTIST, 221 S. SPRING St., I os Angeles. 5-22 If V A TIC N I'si, I'OI'IKIOUI'S, kVU. PATENTS FOR INVENTORS IN ALL COu£ tries obtained, bought and sold; trade marks, copyrights, etc., by s. j. DAI A 0., patent attorneys, rooms 232-233 llradbnry building, l.os Angeles. Established 1849. l-2otf HAY.\ HI) Si TOW.NSEND.ROOM 91,DOWNEY block. Tel. 317, I u.s Angeles. 11-21 tf MCSIIIAL. Os'am , ei.es CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC j and Arts; open all the year. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, president; Y. M. C. A. build ing, Broadway and Second sts. 8-14 ly pIANO TUNING-$; REPAIRING; BEST I lefereneus. ULOOMI'IEI.D piano maker, 778 E. I'ico st. 5-13 lm IKON Wi'KKS. UNION IRON W ORKS-ENOINEB,"BOILERS, oil and water tanks, elevators, etc. First and Alameda sts. ti 0 lm <:HIKOPOm<T. M~f^C.~OTAVF r ER, CHIItoroTJLST A>D massage, 211 W. First st., opp. Radeau. 12 21 If nuaiNßaa opportunitihe. BUSINESS CHANCES AND PROPERTY OF all kinds for sale and exchange by T. M. KILLIAN, office 130 8. Spring st. dgl RA—CORNER CIGAR STORE; BEST PAY -3rH/U lug Utile stand in the city, clearing $2 a day. T. M. KILLIAN, 130 & spring st BUTCHERS, ATTENTION I BUTCHERS, ATTENTION ! $000. Nothing like it in Los Angeles. No opposi tton in trade. Avery attractive butcher shop located on prominent comer. Fine horse and wagon. Evervthtngeoinplete and In first-class condition. This will be on sale for a low days only. Ti M. KILLIAX, 130 8. spilngal, flfelTßl-UIGAR STORE-FULL VALUE IN "PI ft) slock and fixtures. T. M. KILLIAN 130 S. Spring si. (3.)«rA FRUIT, CANDY CIGAR AND COLD eTaitlw drink stand: rent only $4 a mouth. I. M. KILLIAN, 130 S. Spring St. d>< PJA— PARTNER WANTED IN FIR6T iTIiW class oilico business; partner preferred to hired help. For particulars call OA or ad dress Ti M. KILLIAX, 1 10 8, Spring tU J|» ,■:AA CASH, BALANCE IN TRADE, WILL f\t\t buy the furniture of a 30-room house, centrally located; long lease. T. M. KILLIAN, 130 S. Spring st Ajtflft $100 CASH, BALANCE EASY PAY 90UU nients If taken at once, will buy the furniture of 12 rooms in beautiful location. T. M. KILLIAN, 130 S. Spring st. tf-10 2t 1/OR SALE SMALL ORO- X e«ry store in the city, clearing above all exLensos about $|20 » a year; stock, which Is nil new, will invoice, including horse and wagon about $ono. NOLAN A SMITH, 248 W. second. I/OB SA LE—FOR $1500; OR AT INVOICE, r an old and well established coal, wood, hay and grain business, within two blocks oi our office; sickness only reason for selling. NO LAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. r/OR SALE—SBJd; THE BEST PAYING meat market In this city for the amount invesied; this place has been established for yours, and has a good trade; price $UOO. NO LAN A SMITH, 228 W. second. 1/I.R SALE—f3o.>— AN OLD AND WFLL-ES tabllshed fruit and eltat rtoro on spring, near Fourth: rent of store and living ro ms in roar only $s per mo thl sickness only reason for sacrificing. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Sec ond. i,'OR SALE—S3 10; CANDY MANUFACTUR r ing business; very centrally located and paying well; owner will instruct purchaser In all details: price only $390. NOLAN A SMITH, 22S W. Second. 1/OR SALH-$800; AN ESTABLISHED AND X I legitimate business in this city clearing now iv the dull season over $10e per week, or about $..000 a year; present owner will allow responsible party one week or longer 111 the business to Invest gate; price for a low days onlysBoo. NOLAN A SMITH, 828 vv. Second. 1/OR SALE—SISOO; A VERY PROFITABLE F grocery business In Hits city very desira bly located for a sure, stoody trade: established "years; no bonus asked; stock With horse and delivery wagon will invoice about $1500. NO LAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. 1/Olt SALE—SI4OO: ONE OF THE BEST X 1 cigar stores on Spring st.; will invoice stock and sell fixtures at one hall What they cost; rent very low, and good lease. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. 1/OK SALE-*!! .00; THE FURNITURE AND " lease of one of the best 40-room hotels in the city; rent only $110 per month; price of furniture, $3500. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. eecond. J/OR SALE BY BEN WHITE— ' Office 221 West First street. Barber shop—One of the best equipped shops in the city, principal street: $800. $suo-<irocery, good corner, iouts27, three years'lease, stock at invoice, 4 living rooms; see this. $850—Largest coal oil route in city; rays over $100 a month prolit, over 400 steady cus tomers. $175—Cigar store; never such a bargain offered before. $550— Muleher shop, well located. $4uO— Will buy a weekly paper having a good no competition, in this city. $125—Corner cigar store. $35 ) -Well located restaurant. For full particulars of any of I lie above prop erties apply to' BEX WHITE, 6 13 ti 221 West First street J/OR BALE — RESTAUR ANT IN SANTA " Monica; $350 buys an elegantlt equipped restaurant in Santa|Monica; centrally located; a splendid opportunity to make money dur ing the summer mouths. DOUSING A Mac- VINE. 231 W. First st, Los Angeles, and 202 Utah aye., Santa Monica. 0-15 3t J/OR SALE-OWING TO OTHER BUSINESS ' of a pressing nature the He aid job ofliee is for sale at a positive sacrifice. Call at 30J W. Second and be convinced. 0 2 tf 6ii~¥a~l~e—largest" aND~FnTrIsT"TM!S taurant in Riverside for s-ale or rent with long lease. Apply or address E. E. SANTA 750 Main St., Riverside. 6-15 end 4t LO DGI NO HOUSE—- w?*>AA CASH, BALANCE EASY TERMS, 12 sjPOUU nicely furnished rooms: see this bar gain. Apply, BEN WHITE, 221 W First st. 0-13 tf TXT ANTED—HONEST 1 , 1 n DUBTRIOUB MAN vv with $125 to lake half interest in line coffee aud lunch room. Apply at 420 X. Main street fj-14 3t 10 DOING HOUSE, 30 ROOMS, $50o"CASH, j balance payments to suit; 3 years' lease; a bargain. BEN WHITE, 221 W. f-"irst st 6-13 tf fiJ>.)"lA— FRuTtTcXniTY AND CIGAR STORE; »"/ long lease; rent only $4 a month; full value in stock. WHITE, 221 W. First st. 6-18 tf "TIT A NTED—A^ R ANT TV to attend to cash aad manage the front Call or address 134 E. First st. 6-6 14t If Y6 v wa nt t6"dispose"o PYOUR BU Sf ness without delay apply to HUBER A BARNARD, 227 W. Second. 6 1 lm I/OR - SALE AT POMONA—I SELL~THE " earth. Several good business openings. R. & BASSETT. .> SELL \*OUR FOR Z. cash go to B. WHITE, 221 VV. First St. 2-13tf BEN WIIITF.722I"wTFIRIiTI>T\T"cAN SELL or exchange your property quick. 529 tf <' 11 AN'!: E OF A LIFETIM E—ItEAD~TH E great coupon offer in this paper. flk-IOK—GIOAR STORE; CORNER. AP7LY ©l-O 600 8. Spring st. 6 13 tf 1/ OR "SALE—3-C H AIR BARBER SHOP! 8335. 261 STltli Main. 6-13 7t LOST »Nl> FOUND. I^*OST— ON WEDNESDAY MOItNUiG, NEAR j corner College and Upper Main sis..gold cased watch, Elgin movement Finder will receive suitable reword on leaving same at po lice headquarters. 6-15 2t IOST-$2 REWARD; LADY'B BLUE cape, j red llßlng, between San Julian st and Broadway. Finder will please leave at 519 S. Broadway and receive reward. 6-14 2t OST-LADVS WHITE ENAMEle'iTiii'tLl) j breastpin in shape of marguerite with dia mond In center; liberal reward. Return to LOST, Herald. 6-2 if MKIUUJIS. MRS. PARKER, LIFE-READING CLAlR voyant; consultations on business, mm eral locations, law suits, removals, disease love, marriage, etc. 'lake University electric car to Forrester avenue and Hoover street, go west on Forrester avenue throe blocks to Vine street, second house on Vine street ii e-t oi Ver nou avenue. 3 :;o If PACIFIC SANITARIUM, PICO AND HOPE Streets. I.orgo, airy and conveniently ar ranged for patieutt, The service is the best to bo secured. Telephone 138. Sl'Etlsl.lvrs DR. B. G. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC with the L. A. Optical Institute; eyes ex auiined free. 125 s. spring st SHQ tf A Hero Remembered. Chicag>, June 14.— Chicago pion eers today erected a flag over the al most forgotten grave of Oavid X Ken nieon, laet to die of the membera of the "lioaton tea party." Tbe patriot waa buried in tbe old Chicago cemetery, now a part of Lincoln p<uk, in 1852, having died at the age of 115 years. A monument bearing a bronze bust of Kennieon will be orected over the grave. A Qnarter Oantory Teat. For a quarter of a century Dr. Kino's New Discovery rial beon tested, und tbe mlilionn who havo received berielit froci its use testify to its wonderful curative poweis In all dis eases of throat, chest aud iunga. A remedy that bas stood tbe teat so long and that bas given so oniverssl sut.iHfttct.oa Is no experi ment, aa in bettlo is jinalttvuly guaranteed lo give relief or the money will hs refuuded. It Is admitted tib? the mom r-llab c for coughs and coida. Trial botth-a free al C. K. Hel.ne man'sdri'g store, 'ifi N. Mala St. Large size no.! and mi. CURRENT SPORTING EVENTS. A Prohibitive Favorite Beaten at Morris Park. The Talent Badly Deniorallzed at Latonia. Summary or tho Mooes at Various .Kaatern Traclie— tteiulta Upoa the National League Biaiunßd. By the Associated Press. New York, June 14.—Tbe chief inter est at Morris park today wae in the mile and a half race, in which Dorian, Sport and Sir Walter Btarted, at 10 pounds off, weight for age, Sir Walter was a pro hibitive favorite, with Spott second choice and the 3-year-old not wanted by anybody but the punters. The flag fell to a good start and none of tbe jockeys seemed inclined to make the running. The consequences were tbat tbe race degenerated into a mile gallop and a sprint of half a mile down tbe hill. In a short time Sir Walter had enough of it and then Griffln sent Dorian out for tbe lead. He took it easily in the Inst eighth and Sport got enough of it, leaving the 8-year-old to gallop in a winner. Dorian will run in tho Ameri can Derby at Chicago and is thought to have a royal chanco. Five furlongs—Guttit Porcha won, Cal ifornia second, Bessie Trural third; time, 1:01' i. One mile—Oorunncbe won, LUaie sec ond, i'eter the Great third; time, 1:41. Anticipation stakes, five and a half fnrlonge—Sir Galahad won. Walteer aec ond, Sabrila third; time, 1:04',,. Bay Chester stakes, one mile—Onr Jack won, Discount seoond, Peacemaker third ; time, 1:42. Five and a half furlongs—Wah Jim won, Lustre eecond, Jack of Spades third; time, 1:03. Mile and a half—Dorian won, Sport aecond, Sir Walter third; time, 2:42. Five furlongs—Armitage won, Facto torn second, Addie third; time, !">'''v. AT LATONIA. Cincinnati, June 14.—The bright, sun shiny weather brought a big crowd of betters to Latonia today. The track was act. It was outsiders' day, the only favorite to win being Lehman, in the last rare. The principal event was the Seneation stake, worth $3220 to tbe win ner, which was taken by Gorrigau's Leo Lake in a noso finish. A novel feature of the race wae the nse of F.zekiel's numbered saddle cloths, with the horse's number in figures large enough to be plainly seen across tbe track. Six lurlongs—Mins Knott won, Advo cate second, Mrs. Morgan third; time, l:14 3 4. Ot,e mile—Roaplendent won, Master Fred second, Liugolette third; time, 1:42>4\ Six furlongs—Florianrja won, Shuttle eecond,Contribution third; time, 1:14 12.l 2 . The Sensntion stakes, for 2 year-olds, six furlongs—Leo Lake won, Handsome second, Son Up third; time, 1:15. Five furlonga—Blizzard won. Ace sec ond, Start third ; time, 1.03. One mile—Lohman won, Pocahontas second, Brahma third; time, I:42'i. St, LOUIS RACES. St. Louis, Jone 14. —Weather dear and warm, track fast. Seven furlongs—Tessie D. won, John Munn second, Little Frank third; time, 1:30. Six furlonga—Conntantine won, Lottie Mills second, Safe Home third; time. l.'lSJjf. Mile and an eighth—YoTombien won, Logan second, Chiswell third; time not given. Seven furlonga—B. Fly, jr., won. Gen eral eecond, Tip third ; time, 1 . Steeple chaae, mile and three-eigblha —Iron Duke won, Repeater aecond, Bushranger third; time, 2:54 :, 4. Six furlongs—Geraldine won, Frank Harff second, Bettle Badger third ; time, 1:16. AT HAWTHORNE, Hawthorne, June 14,—Seven furlonga —Natural won, Walkover aeoond, Ofer eila third; time, 1 :34. Six furlonga- Kntbasiaat won, Capt. Brown aecond, Loudan third; time, 1:18. Mile and a quarter —Joe Murphy won, Peyton second, Rapidan third; time. Six furlonga—Remedy won, Spring time second, Kiogstock third; time, 1:16.L£. Six furlongs—Jack Richelieu won, Zoolein second, Kvantua third; time, 1:15 K. DENVER RACES. Denver, June 14.—First race, three minute class, trotting, purse $1000 — Troublesome won brat, eecond and third heats and nice in 2:27. 2:29, 2:27; Nel lie Cobb second, Dan M. third. Second raco, 2:30 class p icing, purse $700—Harvey Victor won brot, second and third heate and race in 2:20, 2:20' 4 ', Eva eecond, Pearl third. Third race, Polo pony nice, 12.2 hands and under, half a mile, parse $150— Dorothy (formerly Little Nell) won, Fly ing Bird aecond. Small Hopes (formerly Dickie) third ; time. :53. E. O. Bolles of Denver, riding a bi cycle, beat the running horse Tucker, distance one mile in 2:!!>£. NATIONAL PASTIME. Rasnlts of Taatftrday's Bimn on Laatna Diamond*. Philadku'uia, June 14. —Tho home team won their first game from tbe Gin cinnatis today. Philadelphia, 5; ba'e hits, 10; errors, 0. Cincinnati, 2; base hits, 13; errors, 5. Batteries—Cross, Delhanty and Weyh ing; Dwyer and Murphy. Boston, June 13. —Boston won through period Holding aud heavy bitting. Boston, 9 base bits, 15; errors, 0. Lovisviile, 0; base bits, 13; errors, 3 Batteries— Ucnnaughton and Staley, Knell and G im. Nkw York, June 14.—Pittsburg out played Mew York at every point and won with ease. Pittsburg, 10; basehits, 14; errors, 0. Now York, 4; base hits, 11; errors, 6. Batteries — Pittsburg, Knleu and Mack ; New York, Clark and Wilson. Brooklyn, June 14. — The Spiders won a close and interesting game from Brooklyn this afternoon. Brooklyn, 4; base hits, 8; errors, 3. Cleveland, 5: base hit?, 6; errors, 3. Batteries—Kennedy and Kinalow ; Young and Simi ler. Washington, June 14.—Captain Anson made a hit in the twelfth inning, went to second oa Radford's error in han dling Parrott'e force and earns home on Sehiiver'e single, making tbe winning run. Washington, 11; base hits, 14; errors, 5. Chicago. 12; base hits, 15; errora, 3. Batteries—Petty, Mercer and Mc- Guire; Hutchinaon, Betmver and Mo- Gill. Baltimore, Jane 14,—1t was any body's game until Ely went out at flrit in tbe last inning. Baltimore, 7; baae hits, 11; errors, 5. St. Lonia, 8; baae bite, 15 errors, 6. Batteries—Mullane and Robinson; Breitenatein and Peltz'. A New World's Record. San Jose, June 14.—Wilbur J. Ed .warda of the Garden City 'cyclera today broke tbe world's record for one-eighth of a mile, hie time being 10 seconda flat, two-tilths of a eecond lower than tbe former record. Thia time ia official. UHOVII.i.K lTatatd. Snleide or aa Old Resident—Chinatown Burned. Orovillb, -Cal., Jone 14.—William Gilman, a resident of thia town for sev eral yeara, committed suicide today at 9 o'clock by shooting himself witb a ehot gun. He placed the gun against hia stomach and uaed a piece of board to touch the trigger. Hia wife foond him sometime after hia death. He had been out of employment and despondency waa the oauae of hia death. Chinatown at Clipper Mills, in this county, waa burned down today. Ei jbt buildinga were totally destroyed. A NEW BONANZA.. RAPID DEVELOPMENT OF THU OK Kit PARK CAMP. Marvelonsly Rich Otalra. Being Opened In tha Mew Blstrlot—A Trail limit to tha Camp from Monrovia. Monrovia, Jone 14—[Special].—Five new claims, and about fifty times that many prospectors, are registered at the Deer Park camp just north of this city, where the gold excitement still continues to attract those who are looking lor for tunes. Tbe ore taken from the Home Stake is considered equal in value to tbat of the Lucky Strike. It has a longer fissure in the rooks filled witb the gangue which forms tbe lode, and it Composed also of quartz, porphyry and clay, characteristic of a marvelously rich mine. The Cut Rate mine, owned by Aaron Smith aud Charles Lehman, prominent Loa Angeles gentlemen, ia beyig Worked by competent miners, who are confident of heavy finds. El tiring" ia the name of tbe new claim made by P. Jacobs of Loa Angelea and M. S. Monroe ol thia city, and :a in Clearwater cafloo, aome dlatance from either of the other mines. Twin Spring la reported to be in pay ore, and is owued by 8. M. Bevion and W. F. Wilby. The Lost Claim ia the last claim re corded, and Jackaou Uiggina' last pros pect. The citixena of Monrovia have just completed a good trail from thia city to the ramp, a distance of about live miles. It ia in the Sanpit cailjn, and through the most picturesque part of the Sierra Madre range. WESTERN PASBEMORR ASSOCIII'IDS A Proposition to Boynott the Lake Strie and Wettern. Chicago, June 14.—The Weitern Paa aenger aasociation lines bava deoided to boyoctt the Lake Erie and Western but whether the boycott will ever amount to anything ia another matter, A formal notice wae sent thia afternoon to General Paeeenger Agent Daly of the Lake Erie and Western that after June 18th no ticketa of his lino will be honored by any line of the association. After dis patching thia declaration of war the meeting sent word to Passenger Traffic Manager White of the Atchison request ing tbat road to co-operate witb tbe as sociation in barring out the Lake Erie and Weatern tickets. Mr. White flatly refused and said tbat be would honor any and all tickets issued by tbat line. Mr. White reminded tbe aasocia tion that it was only a few weeka back that thia road bad made a request tbat the Atchison be afforded relief from the Southern foci lie, a parallel case with the present one, and that he was re fused. Charges are made that the Burlington bas been ontting tbe rate from Denver to Chicago and return for a party of school teachers. It ia alleged the road made a rate of $30.65, which is about one-balf the agreed rate. Ths Burlington denies the charges. The Rio Grande Western ia also ac Ottted of cutting the rate between Salt Like City and Chicago. It has been aaked for an explanation, and an inti mation has been given tbat nnldaß the explanation ie forthcoming a boycott may be instituted against the road. WISCONSIN PROHIBITIONISTS. Itadleal Plat.forui Adopted and Fait Ticket Nominated. Milwaukee, June 14.—The Prohibi tion state convention nominated Captain Cleghorn of Clinton for governor. The convention adopted without disousaion a platform of decidedly radical character. It demands the suppression of the liquor traffic, declares for fiat money, woman suffrage and the restriction of immigra tion. The remainder of the ticket ia aa follows: Lieutenant governor, Ole B Oleaon, Euu Claire, secretary of state, T. i. Van Mlitre, Fayette; treasurer, Wm. lohn eon, Now Richmond; attorney general, E. W. Chafiu, Waukesha; state superin tendent, the Rsv. E. L. Etton. Mil waukee; insurance commissioner, Thos. Edwards, Ashland; railroad commis sioner, John W. Evanß, Waupola. In Braekinrlclfe'a Dfatrtot* Louisville, June 14.—Rega-diog tbe Htory from Lexington yeaterday, Gen eral Basil Duke aaya it is true that ha uad tacitly understood Major McDowell i hi to make the race for congress in tha Ashland district should Colonel Breck inridge be renominated. He told Major VfcDowell tbat be ought not to run aa a Republican, but aa a non-partisan. The major took the same view of the matter, Adding tbat he had become partially reconciled to the plan of making tha race aa the representative of those who believe Breckinridge's own confession would bar his re election. Tfoi:<l # a Cure. Catarrh. Los Asosi.kk, flnl.i May 1 % 1804.-My has. b»nd him catarrh very badly. 1 persuaded him to try Ho id's arsaparlllt. He has ttk n live bottles, and oan a eep nlghis; dnea not have t'.at choking I*e,ing at aIL-Mns. Johk P. Sill, 5-4 Albion street ttood'a FlllaOnre alck headaoha.