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Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing
to rent, buy or sell property, will do well to
advertise in TOT HWALD.
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MINING INVESTMENT—WANTSD
i\ at once, a man thai has (1000 to ifflOO.' to
invest in a genuine raining investment. Hie
amount of money Invested cau be doubled
« thin three months, and every dollar put In
is doubly secured ;no chances of loss. Money
is to be used in buying a smelter to smelt rich
sold ore, already dug and on the dumps.
Nothing but gold bullion could produce such
results. Cold bullion is equal to gold coin,
and a small investment in this mine ia equal
to a small fortune. The management oi Ihe
funds contributed and the property will be
wholly in the hands of the officials elected by
gateTat^ooms'2"t)9 and 210 Stimson block,
Third and Spring sts. 0 13 tf
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are be
tween 0 and 8 o'clock a m. and (i and 8 o'clock
p.m. For a violation of the above regulation
ihe water will be shut off and a line of *2 will
be charged before the water will be turned on
again.
XT OTICE OF ELECTION OF TRUSTEES—
IN Tho annual meeting of the resident mem
ben of the Seventh Day Advenlist church ol
LoßAngelcs, Cal., will be held at the church
on Carr street, Sunday, July Bib, at 2 p. m.
for the election of a board of live trustees for
the ensuing year. 0. W. PANFORTH, sec.
fV>HE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
\ Loan and Trust company tire enclosed In a
fire-proof and burglar proof vault, with time
locks aud brilliantly lighted with electricity;
alcoves attached for tne private examination
of valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady lv attendance. s-l tf
\m ESMIX'S FEMALE" PILLS AS~.\ SPECIFK
JVI monthly medicine for immediate relief
tor painful and irregular menses-from what
evercause. Eorsale by FREEMAN Jt CARPER,
102 N. Spring st. Price, $2 per box.
V { 11,11 EST PR ICE - PAfITrOR MISFIT VN 1)
11 second-baud ciniiung at MYERS', 132
S First st. Ifl tl
A"F. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE,
, 12 Center place. 1-15 11^
PKHSOKi A >..
nTcHIT TOFFKl'ii DID YOU SAYt CER
-1 tuinlv! Mocha, .lava or any kind you
wn it, roasted by Ihe "Iridic" process; takes
% less, yet makes better and more delicious
coffee titan any other kind—because nil the
properties oi tlie coffee licrry are retained lv
the masting by this process, (jt.ly known to
and used by THE TRICIIE COFFEE CO.,
313 W. Sixth at
Try their Coffee. Tel. SM
V> XI iSONAL—COFFEE FRESII P.O AST Kll
J every day. Java and Mucha, 3Sc. lb.: .Moun
tain coffee, 20p.; (i lbs Rolled Wheat, Oats, 2."ic ;
Ccrmefl, 30c; S His Corn Meal, 15o*j 3 cans
Apricots, 25e ;(i lbs Raisins, 2ic.; 3 lbs
Peaches, 25c.: 22 loa brown sugar, (1; 8 lbs.
Menus, 25c. ; Pork !)•>.; Uncoil, ."ill bars
Soap, SI; Wood Pal s, 15c ; Brooms, Joe.
3laaoh Juts. ECONuiiiC ,-i'OilLa, 305 M
Spring.
CHASE'S MARKET, til S S. S1 * BIN Q—STEW' -
Ing mutton, 3e; rib or shoulder million
chop, ii lbs loc; leg of mutton, Sc; 2 lbs round
steak, 15c; H lbs boiling beef, 25c: good roast
beef, 6c; 2 lbs pork Sausage, 15c; lbs good
pork chops, 15c ; .'■ I lis sail pork. i:."ic; 4 lbs rib
hlenk. 25c: 4 lbs spare rii.s. 380., etc., etc.
CHASE'S MARKET, 018 S. Sprlngst. 1-30 ly
IJERBONAL —RALPH BROS — f'i.lLD BA R
flour, 98o.; city flour, 7(>c.; granulated
■agar. 10 lbs.(1: brown sugar, 22 ibs. SI; 8
lbs. rolled oats. 25e.; sardines. 5 boxes. 25c.:
t maloes, 2 cans, 15c: midland coffee, 25e Hi;
eastern oil, 75c; gasoline, 75c: 4 packages
Starch, 25c: lard, iO-lb. can. 80c; 5 lbs., 45e.
001 S. Spring st., corner Sixth.
■PERSONAL—A MIDDLE-AGED M\N THAT
X tliut lias a good home would like to form
tho acqualntam c of a German lady or widow
not over SB years old. Address c. A. box 30
this ollice. 0-1!) 7t
/VLIM PS EH OF AME RICA—REA D TIIE
\X coupon offer today, li yon avail yourself
ol" tbo opportun ily yon can easily malts -I : 2Q.
KUCOATIONA 1,.
TETOODBCRY BUSINESS COLLEGE. 230 &
>» spring St., tbe oldest, largest end finest
equipped commercial school in Southern Cal.
liomia;a thorough course in tlie commercial
branches and banking; a superior and suc
cessful shorthand and typewriting department
ami a practical English course; new college
rooms perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec
tric elevator lor pupils' use; new furniture
and appliance*; open all tlie year; pupils re
celved at any time: illustrated catalogue and
full Information iree. G. A. HOUGH, presi
dcnl: N. G. FKLKER, vice-president. 4-4 ly
OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEG V.
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated!, 144 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business iraining
school on tlie 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 and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at office or write for elegant
catalogue. E. F. BCHRADBR, president: F.W.
KELSEY, vice-president; 1. L. INSKF.EP, sec
retary, v Iti ly
SPECIAL SUMMER SESSION
H Angeles Business college, 144 South Main
street, opens July 2d. All the branches of ihe
eighth, ninth and high school grades, together
Willi the regulat branches of Ihe 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 peninausliiu, typewrit
ing and telegraphy. Call or wrile lor particu
IPJA NO 8.
I7OR BALE—PIANOS—PIANOS.
■ 213 Soul h Broadway.
C BICKERING BTECK
CHICK Eli ING BTECK
CHICKLRING -STEI X
Lnrge Stock! LOW Prices I Easy Terms!
We also have the following Pianos,
which have been used only a short
time, end will be sold very chcuoi
1 Vose.
1 New England.
1 Sleinway.
2 jewells.
1 chiekering.
GARDNER it ZELLNER,
213 South liiondwav. Potomac Block,
B.2ft H
» rill kkkv >.
T AY' HUNTER, AT~TORNKY-AT-I. A
tl Stimson block rooms 42< nnd 425. Tele
phone's Practices iv all the courts, state
and icderal. 7 1 tf
1 fUNSAKER, GOODRICH ft HcCUTCHEN,
J 1 lawyers; rooms 54:1 10540, Bradbury blk,
fjth floor, cor. Broadvt ay it Third sis. Tel. 1120,
T)~J."aDCi>Vk. ATTORNEY." SPECIAL A l-
XVa tentlon given to the settlement of estates
1 la '■'>. First it. i_^_L'_
VOOPMKAQR.
VV'E MANt'l A i II'UK HARKi.LS. HALF
VI barrels und kegs for wines, liquors, oil,
beef, lish. pork, lard, pickle-, etc., etc. We
will fill all orders promptly ior cither soft
wood or oak packageß. Out-of-town orders
Will receive our prompt attention. L. A.
COOPERAGE CO., 82U East Kir lat Tel (I2tj.
t-2-l li,l
IRON WOIIKS.
UNION IRON WORKS— ENGIN KB, BOILER
oii and water tanks, elevators, etc. First
and Alameda sis. 'i C 1 :n
< HlltOl'ODt T.
ISB " ("STAFFER, 'CH I ttOPO I'! BT AND
massage, 211 W. First st., ppp. Nadeiiu.
12-21 It
UK LP
•\VAXTED—PILE DRIVERS. TRACK LAY
VI ~r v, above) men. and nil kinds of laborers
f v railroad construction In Aniona, Railroad
fare *(1..(i; board *5 per week; wages from
51.50t0f3.50. PkViy, II UMMKI, & 1 0., S«p
and 302 W. Second, cor. Broadway. Tel. 503.
0-0 tf
«?ANTED—ALL NEEDINO HELP, FREE
W trbployiaent or any Information, address
E._NITTIXOKR'S BUREAU, established 1880
-oftiee, ;iU»'» s. Spring St.: residence, 4M s.
Hope st.,comer Fifth, Ims Angles, Cal. lele
phone. 118. 5-1(1 If _
CMTT AND COtJHTY OFFICIAL FREE LA
/ bor bureau, 540 New High ft. Telephone
I1A8; for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics hihl laborers. W. A. W lIITK, manager.
11-10 tf
rjETTY, HUMMEI * Ca, JtMPLOYMKNT 1
I a onls, 300 302 West Second St., California
bank building basement, corner Second and
llruadway. Telephone buO. l- : > if
HH.P IVA«TSII-Pgw»l.H.^^_
VST ANTED - A "~FEW GOOD CONTRALTO
VV chorus ladies who can read music; only
tliose who are v. illinii 10 become professionals
need apply to C. M. PYKE, Los Angeles I hea
tre, 12:30't0 2p. m. 0- r ' 1 1
W*STRII-AIIKSTf.
rpHK LOS ANGELES MUTUAL LIFE AND
I Accident Insurance Company, :127 Brad
bury block, is now issuing regular policies on
its liberal nnd popular plan, and offers .',ttrae
five Inducements ro desirable solicitors, either
men or women; iend for explanatory circulars.
u-2 lm
\M7 ANI ED—l.^\DY ACEXTS TO BELL IIIF.
VV finest toilet preparation for the com pie x
ion. Call at 32< Sixu lb si. 0-2(i 31
W \NTKD-BtTIT ATIONB. _
WANTED BITUATION, BK AX KXPERI
VV (need man in ihe crockery business as
salesman or packer; ten yean experience;
can irive the very nest of references. Addreas
C. H. P., box 31). llerali 1 efllep. li-ii-U
W I NTICII- VORM IIH Xl» HOU'lt.
VITAXIKI) - A Fl 11N 1s 11 USE "^OF
II from 4 to (i rooms, with bath, by a
young married couple, who are responsible
panics; can yive the highest of references:
will be uermaueni ii aaiisLaeiory arrangements
Dan be made; slate location and rent* Ad
dress HOFBE, Box 30. Herald ollice.
WASTKII-JIIUUH.LIMIIIJS.
VT" A NTED-OW NKRS TO LIST THEIR
VV property, for sale or exchange, with us;
we hive Several w ants for all classes of real
estate: send 111 full description of Wbat you
have and what yon want for it, toe-ether with
lowest price, to DOWSING A MAC VINE. 331
West First su *T l
OfJANThD AT ONCE—ALL KIXDS OF SEC-
W oiid-hand furniture for spot cash; highest
prices paid. LEW IS Jt ALDKRBON, 312 S.
Main.si. Tel. 1108. 1-10 tf
XtFt ANTED-YOU TO SAMPLE 551t ENO
VV Hsli Breakfast, Oolongs .fapans, Ceyloas,
al the English Tea and Coffee Company. 311
W. Second st. 3-0 0111
\V A NTED—OLD CLOTHING—ORDERS BY
VV mall promptly attended to. s UREEN
GART, 107 commercial st. 5-13 3m
11' A XTEII - *5000~~W0RTH OF~ Bi'.COXf)-
VV hand furniture for ca-h. THUS. MITCH-
E1.1.. 5112 S. Mam -t. (i-2 lm
LOST A Nil FOUND.
lOSTI OST- A HAY HORSE 0-YEARBOLD, ALSO
j black yearling with roa,. hed mane. Finder
return to HOTEL DE LYONS, Mission road and
receive reward. 8-31 7t
J~ OST—LADY'S WHITE ENAMKLKD GOLD
j breastpin in shape of marguerite With dia
mond in center; liberal reward. Return to
LOST, Herald. 0-2 tf
lOS'f-IKON (iKEY MAKE: SORE OX LEFT
j shoulder. Finder return to 11 W. Beacon
street. B-Sg 3t
B US IN P_£< JB T u^^JJJ^*^
17OR RALE—OWING TO OTHER BUSINESS
X of a pies,ing nature tbs Hc-ald job office
is for sale at a positive sacrifice. Call at SOS
\V. Second and be convinced. (i 2 tf
BARE CH ANCE' , 1
ft KAA—BESTAI BANT AND 10 FURNISHED
?7»)IfVF rooms connected, in a thriving coun
try town, close to city: low rent: only lirst
uiiiss place in town; pays woii;ses this liartrain
today. Apply to HEX WHITE, 221 W. First st.
>5 -i WI—CASH, BALANCE IN TRADE, WI LL
'J'.lifll buy the furniture of a 88-room lor:
Ing hOUSS', located one block from this oflicu;
best honse ior sole in the eld. T. M. KILI.
-IAN, 130 S. Spring st. B-34-8t
TJARE "CHANCE ICR MEN WISHING A
Iv business opportunity tliai is sure to pay
large per cent on money inve ted; owner 1
Wishes to leave the State. Call or address 112
Mott alley. 8-818 at
a —-rnriT stork; oxk of the fix-
V s 1 i «) est on Spring si.: largo living rooms;
greatest bargain ever offered) see it Immedi
ately. T. M. KILLIAX, 13t)S.Spr,ligst. li-24-3t
1 en —ONE-H ALF INTEREST IN A GOOD
ep4oUa paying paper banging and pninting
business: sure investment; value in stock.
BEX WHITE, 221 Wesl First street. 0-24 tf
tJiOR SALE—COFFEEi LUNCH COI' XTER
* and hakerv; splendid location for busi
ness; price 8300, easy terms. Appiy ai 42c X.
Main si. 0-25 31
j7OR~SA!.E-snoF. shop; has heenTes-
J tablished four years; owner leaving elty.
inquire ot shop, 310 1 :. South spring st. (1-24 31
1 — --'('•IiiAR STAND; WILL SELL~AT~IX
SP I Id voice: gient bargain if taken today.
f. M. KILLIAN, 130 8. Spring St. 0-24-3t
©Vfu^—TOD~\Y W ILL BUY WELL LOCATED
isPl'Fll liti Ie cigar store; a bargain. ApplytO
BEX W II LI E, 221 \\ . First St. 8-33 tf
IE YOU WANT TO DISPOSE OF YOUR WSl
ness without delay apply to HI'BER it
BARNARD, 227 W. Second. 0 l Ist
OA LOON WITH FOUR LIVING ROOMS; LOW
0 rent; r I cornet: bargain. See BEN
WHITE, 221 w. PI rat it. 8-2(1 if
2. « ~/i-c|i~AR STAND: CLUB BOOM AT
-srM.nl tached; fine location. T. M. KILL
IAN, 130 B. spring It. 8-24-31
T7IOR "SALE AT POMONA—I SELL THE
V eartli. Several good bu-incss openings,
R. S. BABBBTT.
iFobi ll Nt i HOPSE-28 ROOMS, price
\j onlv.*Sso. HEN WHITE, 221 W. First St.
ti-22 If
n BUY A LEGITIMATE BUSINESS OT ANY
Z kind go to HEN WHITE, 221 W. First St.
U-22 tf
ODCING iToFs E —4s ilOOMS; (HEAP.
See BEN WHITE, 221 W. Firsttt U-22 tf
I~>EN WHITE, 231 W..FIRBT ST., CAN SELL
tor exchange your properly quick. 520 tl
I- ODOING HOI BE—B ROOMS; PRICE. $430.
j BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. ti-22 tf
CIITxCF. ~oV A LIFETIM E—READ THE
grcni coupon offer in this paper.
*X VV K ■*|AJW».
y I DAY SAVED BY 1 .KING
York and Boston, i.cave ios Angelas every
Wednesday-; personally conduct dtnroughio
Chicago and Boston; family tourlsl sleepers to
Kansas City an-1 Chicago daily. Low rates and
quickest time. Office, 188 a. Spring at. 7-im
T)HILLIPS' EXCURSION PERSONALLY
1 conducted via Rio Grande Western, Deri
ve ■ and Rio Grande and Rook Is and route,
leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, crossing the
sierra Nevada- and Passing entire Rio Grands
scenery by dovlighl. Oiiice, 138 S. Spring st.
18-9 tf
UDSIIN'S EX CI IRSIO NS EAST LKA YE
Monduys for Chicago, New York and Bos
ton Via Rio Grandfl Western and Denver and
Rio Grande railways, arriving from Chicago,
New York aud Boston every Wednesday,
Oflice. 212 S. Spring st. 1-11 li
PBKTISTg.
IS<2—VstabUshed—lBB2.
DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First street, Wilson block; take elevator.
GoW crown nnd bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain, Room 1. m4tf
OIL WILDER,""
• Corner Seventh and Main streets.
Telephone 1081, 4-11 ti
DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, 108tg N. SIMS IN«
.street, looms 2, ti and 7. Painless extrac
tion. ti-20 tf
JtTrANK STEVENS, 33»tf BOOTH BPR ING ST.
1 open Sundays and evenings; eleclrie light
DR. J. EfYOUNO, DENTIST, 231 & SPRING
st,, I os Angeles. 5-22 ti
HOSPITALS.
PACIFIC SANITARIUM, PICO AND HOPE
streets. Large, airy and conveniently ar
ranged ior patients. The service is tlie best to
be secured. Telephone 13S.
(iONIIIACIORS.
CtON ft AD oS3&VR7t?RANITiT^Bm ; MIN
/ out and asphalt pavfng, 887 W. First at.
LOS ANGELES IIKKALT': TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2fi, 1834.
FOB WALK-CITY PBOPKKTY.
I->or~sai.k^kink ~snin:ii.\x residence
' of twelve room?, elegancy tinishc.l, be
sides a basement lilted up wii ; laundry with
stationary lube, hoi and cold .. rr, telephone,
electric nnd modern impro,'cm. ~ts; high attic,
capable oi making lour large rooms; large
china closets, eight closets, halls |W :
live lire places, and a number ol flues.
Twelve acres of land with wal»r sup
ply piped under pressure, and targe
stream of never failing water: splendid op
porlnnitv for lisb ponds. Within a mile of tha
pity limiii, one block from depot on terminal
' railroad. Orchard of finely assorted fruits;
' flowers and usual nuthouses: lino views; nil •
: perfect. Trice (Be O, being cost of tlio im
j provements; terms liberal, or will lake ns cash
! payment one-half iv residence property ln this
i city. Address W. I. I., I. O. box .Ida, Los An
! gel'es, Cal. 4-5 tf
CJOUTH BONNIE BRAE—THIS PORTION OF
the ciiy is improving [aater ana mora sub
, stantiallv than unvwhere els.'. The r *ason is
• simply this: I lie ' altitude Is higher and freer
from fogs, the air purer, and above all (he lots
i are sold ot such low prices that Induce par ies
!to buy them and build line homes You can
i not b'uvalot anywhere In. this city tliat will
compare with tins tract, for liie low price oi
Slow, call at oflice for maps. CLARK .t
BRYAN, 127 W. Third st, U-24-ood-3t
I» fSI \ KSS - CORNER LOT —TNDIVIDKD
11 half interest, Downey aye. and Daly st.
In tile business eerier Of East los Angeles;
i mortgage foreclosed; my client must sell at
1 greni sacrifice. Address .1. K. HUNTER, attor
i nev, stimson block, fourth floor, city 0-1311
irHIR BALE—SSO CASH, Sil MONTHLY, NO
1' inleresl; cottage. STOOI. SIDDALL, Sli
W. First. 0--2 t
.» j I)OOMTITiI•SFI~Ktr.~2Tr\'ASTEt.A R ST.,
+ at a bargain u'-S lm
T SELL THB EARTH.
1 12 2'i tf It. S. II ASS ETT. Pom era. Oil.
row >a»>—rncstßi sili2JiSi£XL—
T-iOR SAI,K—CHEAPEST IBRIOABUt LAND
1? near Los Angeles; no water ratts to pay.
Price leu tlian half of usual rates—l(lo acres
out ol tlie east But! r.eres of Tejunsn ranch, ihe
excepted io acres being in -l„ comer hereto,
fore sold to and Improved by John Cox. Eleva
tion about LM • feet a ove sea level; 10 miles
due north of Los Angeles. IS miles by road.
'Ihe soii is line decomposed granite. Hie soulli
and c st nans especially choice; t tie nort Ii west
■is injured by rod:, 'there la a line stream of
water, deemed ample tor the entire 20 > acres
pi pad out and belonging to tne 200 acres
aione. with resi-rvoiron separate tract 100 feet
more elevated than the center of tills tract.
There are also included in this piece so acres of
land purchased of the railroad company many
years ago. from which is delivered the witter,
the title Of which water, however, haa been
heretofore perfected by appropriation. There
is a good deal of wood and some arable and oa
the so acres. The 20.i acres is patented land,
beinga part of tiie 4400 acres oi Tejunga ranch
grunt. Price, $75 per acre ior the Hit) acres,
being *1 ,',ti«o lor ihe entire properly, Includ
ing WO acres reservoir water pipes, water, etc.
Terms, one-third cash; balance in one and two
years. 0 per cent interest. Woul i accept Los
Angeles city property forone halt the purchase
price, or will sell the' land separately in traeis
of 111 or more acres, with 1-2 JO of tha entire
water, water righis, water pipe and reservoir.
Price, (80 per acre. Address, W, l. P., p. 0.
box 565, Los Angeles. 5-5 tf
rjnaß is 6 rcßison letter—a boot si x
1 years ago Pomona was ihe general topic of
Conversation throughout America and the
British isles. The causei a dip omatlo rupture
between ihe greatest republic and Ihe greatest
empire in liie world, lesulting in tlie with
drawal of Stickville West from the British em
bassy at Washington through that wily Mux
ohison letter, written iv Pomona. Well, one
of the finest properties Ift this celebrated and
far-famed ciiy must lie sold i\ Ithln eight days;
;I4 acres In extent, plained to various fruits,
bringing in a good yearly income; the motor
road runs along two sides of tlio estate: the
avenues are bordered Willi palms; Hie title is
perfect! a splendid water right, 18 hours' run
every 10 day:-; ell for $13.0 o. just about half
its present value, and its prospective worth is
incalculable; see il at once, for the time is
short and cannot lie extended. Inquire for
tbe Sorby ranch, on the motor Use, between
the Santa Fe and the S. P. ('. stations, or a -
dress s. W. CARSON, box 321, Pomona. 0-23 31
THE OTTARSON LAND CO. ARE BELLING
decldous fruit aad alfalfa lands for $15 per
acre, como to l'alnidale ami see us or writo
for information, P. O. address HERALD, l.os
Angeles Cal. ti-ti 851
ffiOlV¥r~'° R BALE—IO ACRES OF FINE
O— y" " ' land near Santa Monica; a bargain ;
line view anil surroundings. Address .1. 8.,
Pox 21), Herald. ti-2u It
rOH SJII.F— LIVG STOCK,
I-<OU SALE —GOOD WORK AND DRIVING
horses and furni iinpleuieu s. JOHN*
J RAN lis, I.sguna ranch, sin Con B, Los Angeles.
ti-10 lm.
irOK BAIiK—MfISOBI.tiaVNKOIIS.
MILL; ONE FIVE
' stamp mil! complete, ready to run; ono
triumph concentrator complete; one F.V. con
centrator complete; one I.'odge roekbreakei;
one derrick complete. All tlie-above are near
ly new and in line shape and ready for ship
ment on short notice. The whole will be sold
for**2suo cash or on time on approwd security.
Apply to or address R, B. TAYLOR, S"outh
Riverside. Cal. 5 SO lm
ITOB KKNT—HOIiSKB.
17108 BENT—NICE S-ROOM COTTAOE BET.
' ween Santa fe nnd Areadedepots, i nicely
frescoed inside, and lias ciosela in foni rooms,
large yard and chicken house; rent $19 per
month water free. Apply io JAMES OGDON,
51S Carolina street just east Arcade Southern
Paeiiic depot. B*gj If
UOR RENT—FURNISHED HOOKB AT
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HUNT HAS A RECORD.
SOMETHING MORE OF THB MAN
WHO WAS SHOT.
He Admits Having Killed Two Men
and Shot Othera — Hia
Btatory In Ari
zona.
Additional evidence allowing tbe
crimes of Frank H. Day, aliaa Hunt, ia
unearthed almost daily. Hunt is tbe
man who attempted to minder and rob
Samuel Holroyd oi Lake City, Colo.
In 187(5 Hunt shot W. R. Methvin of
Prescott, Ariz., and escaped while
awaiting trial. His next adventure wan
when he killed Officer Gillli at El
Mon'e. While in tbe Folsom prison he
attemnted to kill a fellow convict with a
knife and had to be laesooed befcre he
could be placed under eubmiseion. He
admits having killed a man on the
American river in Northern California
in 1856.
A day or two before Holroyd phot him
iv self-defense, Hunt went to El Mon'e
with the avowed intention of killing W.
R. Dodaon, in whose saloon he boat an
old man named Tinker just before he
shot Giliis 13 years ago. Mr. Dodson
1 had been forewarned of the convict's
coming, and thus saved his life. Hunt
was pardoned from a life sentence at
Folsom on the 14th oi last April.
Yesterday F. N. Senteaey, a resident
of Gardens, who, in 1870, waa a deputy
United States marshal in Arizona, called
upon Chief Glass and toldhimof Hunt's
record in the territory. Mr. Seutcney
was accompanied by James Methvin,
a brother of the man whom Hunt shot
at Prescott. •
The district attorney will probably
decide today aa to what charge, if any,
will atand against the old men. Chief
Glass ia expecting a history of Hunts
record at Folsom from Warden Aull.
THE FOURTH.
A Move to Havo a Parade and Speeches
on That Day.
An informal meeting of citizens was
held last evening in Jnatice Austin's
court room to take steps for a proper
observance of tbe Fourth of July in this
city. A number of gentlemen took part
in its deliberations, and it waa decided
to make the day one of real patriot*
[ Ism. A parade wrb arranged for
lin which the police, national guard,
I Sunday schools and citizens are
to be invited to participate. Thia
parade will form on Temple street and
Broadway, and March down Broadway
to the Sixth-street park, where tbe
Declaration of Independence will be
rood, a number of five minute speeches
made and patriotic songs Buug. It was
decided by tho meeting that the Amer
ican flag be the only emblem of display
made uee of on tbe occasion, and that
every man, woman and child carry the
national colors during the ceremonies.
It was also arranged to invite all the
ministers to preach a patriotic sermon
from tbeir pulpit on the morning of July
lar. Ihe parade is to be arranged for at
an early hour, so as to permit all per
sona desiring to pass the greater portion
ol the day at the beach or elecwhere as
tbey may elect. A general address *o
the people will be prepared and | v •
lished in to-morrow's paper, giving in
detail the programme to be followed.
An adjourned meeting is to be held at
the same place tomorrow evening at 8
o'clock, when it ie expected tbat a large
representation of citizens will be present.
"Many of the citizens of Rainaville,
Ind., are never without a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy iv the
house," says Jacob Brown, the leading
merchant of the place. This remedy
has proven of bo much value for colds,
croup a&d whooping cough in children
that few mothers who know ito worth
ar. willing to be without it. For eale
bvOfT& Vaughn, Fourth and Spring;
0, F. Heinzemau, 222 North Main,
druggitta.
Monarch Oaaollne Stove.
It ia the beat arid guaranteed superior
to all others. See them at the VV. C.
Fnrrey Co., 159 and 101 North Spring
atreet.
BROWN STEPS DOWN AND OUT.
He ResijrnPii us School Baper*
in tendon t. Last Night,
Professor Hailmau of vYtahiafton
Klccted.
The Hoard nf Eitneatinn Inerenaaa ih •
I'kt ef lllck-S)alarl"d OttOars and K„
riactl the !'»y uf thn TiKoheri.
sumi eehool Land r*<irouaiod.
The board of education mot laid night
! with President Pepper in thd chair, and
| the report oi Superintendent Brown for
i the half month of June, showing that
tho averago daily attendance was 8.21)2,
with n total enrollment of 9020 pupils,
was received.
A letter from the city clerk, notifying
the board tbat $143 !)5 was due for
assessments on school property for the
opening of Castolar street, was received.
Oh motion a warrant wae ordered drawn
ior tho same.
Mr. btein moved thnt the board pur
chase lots Ito 5 in the Macv etreet
tract, on which io move the Railway'
street school building, which motion was
adopted. He aUo moved that the new
building committee he authorized to
make the necessary repairs in the school
buildings during the summer,
Mr. Piatt raised tbe point that the
rnie; required the board to advertise for
bids nnd let the work for repairs.
Mr. Stein replied that it would be
cheaper to let the building committee
have charge of the work, aud employ
the labor and buy the material.
As « starter the comoiittee wae then
authorized to go ahead ami have the
blackboards repaired.
Mr. Trnsit reported the schedule of
salaries for tbe ensuing year. The new
schedules increase t he salaries of the su
perintendent of schools by $50 per
month, principal of high school ?50 per
month, and tbe half-day teachers re
duced $5 and $10 per month. The heads
of departments in the high school re
duced $5 per month, and the high
school teaohers reduced $10 per month.
Call teachers receiving $80 reduced $2.50
per month. The teacher of German in
the hi in school increased $10 per month.
They also provide that the teachers here
after shad be paid by tbe month and not
for every four weeks, as at present.
Dr. Wilis—The taxpayers are opposed
to raising salaries at this time. Ido not
think it fair to cut down the half-day
teachers.
Mr. Buehler moved to la 7 the matter
on the table, but it was knocked out.
Mrs. llnghes and Messrs. Wills and
Beuhler voted in tbe affirmative. A vote
was taken on the adoption of the report,
and Mrs. Hughes and Messrs. Wills,
Piatt and Beuhler voted in the negative,
being the first break in the eolid seven.
Mr. Piatt raised the point of order
that it required six votes to decide on a
matter in which money was involved.
President Popper decided that five
votes were sufficient, and Mr, Piatt ap
pealed from the decision of the chair,
and declared the appeal lost, the vote
standing 4 ayes, 4 noes; Dr. Pepper not
voting.
The bids for furnishing the schools
with copy books were opened, the sumo
baini; submitted by the American Book
company, (ininn tc Co., Silver, Burdett
& Co., H. H. Stnfrman, Williams & Co.,
and others. Alter doing « good deal of
figuring Mr. Trask suggested it would
be a good idea to use regular copy bouks
in the first four grades, and that in the
higher grades the pen written copy elipa
should he used.
jft Mr. Patty moved that the hoard adopt
the Spencerian system of copy books,
and the Williams it Rogers copy slipß.
Mr. Stein raised the point that the
board had only advertised for text books
not copy Blips. It was not economy to
buy copy slips when books could be pur
chased with paper to write on as weil as
copies for the same money. He moved
to adopt the Spencerian system of copy
books without the slips, but thia was
voied down, and J)r. Wilis moved that
the books of Gninn & Co. be substituted
for the Spencerian system, which was
lost by noes 7, ayes 2, and the original
motion for copy slips and the Spencer
ian copy books was adopted by tne solid
seven.
Tho bids for heating and ventilating
tbe high school were then taken up and
Mr. Merrill of the Hunt system of heat
ing made an explanation of its workings.
It was decided to lay the matter over
until this evening.
Mr. Brown then rose and read tbe fol
lowing resignation:
To the Hoard of Education:
Desiring to return to high school work,
I hereby tender my resignation as su
perintendent of tbe public schools of
this city, to take effect August 1, 1804.
Very respectfully,
Lk Roy D. Brown,
Sup't City Schools.
Mr. Trask moved that the resignation
be accepted. He was glad to say he had
ably discharged his duties. The motion
wai cur rind, and Mr. Trask nominated
W. M. Hailunau of Washington, D. C,
in a very flattering speech. He was
then elected by 5 ayes, 3 t.oes. Mr.
Traak stated that the board wanted
Superintendent Brown to return to hie
old position as principal of the high
achool. The board then adjourned until
thia evening.
MASONS CELEBRATE.
Anniversary Ceremonies of Pentalpha
Lodge Last Night.
The Twenty-fifth anniversary of Pen
talpha lodge No. 202, F. and A. M., was
celebrated at Masonic Temple last even
ing. There were about 400 persona
present, including the wives and daught
ers of many of the members. The fol
lowing programme was curried out:
Prayer—Rev. W. S. Knlghlen.
Male quartette—Metsrs. Osgood, Bartlett,
Marble aud Pendleton.
Opening remarks—Mayor T. E. Rowan.
Piano solo-Miss Mao 1 8. Longloy.
Vocal solo—Mrs. Orr Haral-on.
Address —J. P. Hieknell.
Violin soio-J. Bond Francisco.
Vooal solo -Mrr. O. Harmon.
Addiess— W. H. Sayre Orme.
Male quartette—Messrs. Osgood, Marble,
Bartlett hum Pendleton.
Hey. J. W. Campbell closed the ./cere
monies with remarks, after which tha
members of the lodge constituted them
selves a committee of the whole and
waited upon the ladies in serving re
freshments.
When Baby waa sick, we ga-3 her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she become Miss, she clung to Custorla.
W r .i.en sho hud Children, she gave them Castoria.
Wallpaper bring, 10c roll; *328 8. Spring.
STABBED TO KILL.
Th-si Trial of Alrxandnr Itadsstt Tor Cut-
ting John Recall.
Alexander Badgett, a burly colored
man, wns on trial iu.ludge Smith's court
• estordiiy for stabbing John Began, at
the Echo mountain chalet, in March
last.
The story told by Ragan wai that he
had worked for Prof. Lowe for two yearß
and at the time of the stabbing was
acting as a hostler. Ho said Badgett,
who had been there about three months,
met him early la the morning and told
him that he was going to pat a knife iv
Fanny, the housekeeper. He paid no
attention to it. Later he went to the
chalet to ban! away the slops to the
mad, where they would be sent down.
While he was just outside tbe kitchen,
with the Bled and mules, Badgett came
down the trail. He heard bim say he
waa "on it," saw a Knife gleaming iv
hie hand, and then Badgett stabbed him
in the right side. He jumped around
the sled and went a little way, when he
fell and became unconscious. Badgett
stabbed him in the hack aud hip alter
ho lost consciousness. The injuries of
Regan were very seriuus, the slab in the
chest having penetrated the lungs. He
was in • .-.t tor a month.
Budgett, on the other hand, while he
admits the stabbing, claims it was done
in nell-dcfense. Heea.d tbat Regan was
Overbearing, and that the housekeeper
told hiu not to tnke any orders from
him. He followed her instructions and
Rtgao told him he would kill bim that
day. Whan the stabbing occurred Re
gan attneked him with r>tones, and he
fell he must, cut him or be killed. He
then rail away, but finally thought it
would he better to ataiui a trial, and waß
on his way hack from Babersfield when
he was arretted. Tbe trial was not con
cluded, but will reach the jury today.
SHE HELD THEM AT BAY.
A SPUNKY LITTLE LADY BATTLING
FOR A CHINESE SLATE.
She Standi Off the Lawyers Who In
voke the l.'iw I'll -y Cannot Find
the Fngnaotoue Sua Dlcgo
Women.
Mrs. McFsdden, a spunky little lady
witb snapping eves, effectively inter
posed, in Judge Van Dyke's court yes
terday afternoon, between a Chinese
young woman and the lawyers who were
attempting to get her once more into
the handa of a San Diego Chinaman,
from whom she recently was rescued by
some of the ladieß of that city.
Tbe Chinese slave ia called Lean Ying,
and her white friends claim that Horn
Cuee, her owner, married her and after
wards, at San Diego, sold ber for immoral
purposes.
The case was brought to the attention
of the ladies interested in the rescue of
Chinese women from the revolting slav
ery to which they are subjected. They
succeeded in aiding her to escape to Los
Angelos, where stie waa put into the
hands of Mrs. McFadden and othera,
who are interested iv the aame kind of
work iv tbia city. The attempts of Horn
Chee and hie friends to recover poases
aion of the chattel were begun at once,
and yet all eff'orta were unavailing.
As a last recouroe thny employed
Messrs. Phibbs aud Marble to invoke
the law in pursuance of their purpose.
Habeio corpus proceedings were in
stituted. Iv the petition for the writ
it was set forth that Mra. McFadden
haa the girl illegally restrained and im
prisoned, and will not permit her to
see her "sistor and friend."
Mrs. McFadden waa cited to bring
the young woman into court, aud there
were two Chinose women in attendance,
claimed to be the relatives of the im
prisoned girl. But Mrs. McFadden and
the ladies engaged in the noble work of
rescuing Chinese slaves, have become
knowing through many failures. They
have obeyed the injunction to be wise
as serpent!, even if they are harmless hb
doves, aud Leen Ying was not in tbe
court room.
Mra. .McFadden was called to the
witness stand and the pumping process
of Mr. Phibbs, good naturedly applied,
served very little in extracting informa
tion from her.
She said aha did not know where the
girl is now; that ehe did, but othera
had taken her. When finally anked by
the court if ehe could find out where
ehe ia, Mra. McFadden wav exceedingly
reluctant to give iv an inch, and her
lips curled scornfully when Mr. Phibbs
said in bia moat eiivery tonea that he
only wanted lo ace if Leen Ying wav
acting of her own free wiil.
The lady said tbo girl had told her ahe
did not want to see any one, and ahe had
told Officer Bo gui no, who bad come to
her houße to try to arrange an interview.
Judge Van Dyke aaid that he would
ccc that the girl sbonld not be intimi
dated and all Chinamen would be ex
cluded, but he would like her to ccc if
ahe could bring her into court. He waa
aatietied that the ladiea are doing a
noble work, yet they muat not restrain
any one illegally.
Mra. McFadden made her conditions
thAt no Chinamen should be admitted
and tbat she should have an interpreter
before she would agree to see what she
could do toward producing the girl
Thursday morning at 9 o'clock.
POLICE COURT CASES.
Officer Kobblnt Declared Not Guilty of
Battery.
Policeman John Robbina was tried in
Judge Austin's court last Saturday npon
complaint of Wong Chung, who charged
bim with battery. Decision waa re
served until yeaterday, when Judge
Aoctin discharged the defendant. It
was shown that the officer was doing
hie duty in defending himself from a
gang of Chinamen.
George Reynolds, the messenger bay
who amuses himself by jumping on
etreet cars, was fined |3. He says he
will not disobey tbe ordinance again.
Hie case should be a warning to other
boys.
QuoDg Foo was fined $10 for disturb
ing the peace of his celestial brethren in
Chinatown, last Sunday.
A. W. Fenn was fined $3 for violating
the hitching ordinance; Frank Augus
tine was fined $3 for attempting to mo
nopolize the entire sidewalk with a
peanut wagon.
Dr. L. Uoldachmidt, whom Dr. Jauch
bad arrested on a charge of obtaining
money under falae pretenses, was re
leased, hie case being diamiased.
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BUSINESS IS BUSINESS
YVOODBTRY COLLEGE GRADUATES
CELEBRATE.
Interesting JBx»»rola«a Lust Evening at
tho LOI Angelea Theater.
Th* I'roeaedlnge
In Detail.
The Log Angolas theater was crowded
Inst night at the graduation exercises ot
the class ol the Woodbury Business col
lege. There wns au especially large
class in both commercial and steno
graphic branches. The graduates wore
soated npon the stage, which was beau
tifully decorated with a variety ci flow
ers and potted plants. The front of tue
stage was lined with a profusion of go'-
aninms and marguerritos and other fl iw
ers. The center piece wae of the former
varioty, the background being in mir
gnerrite*. while ■scress the surface was
the lsferini?, in icd tefaninuis, "The
Class of "84."
The salutatory was delivered by Miss
Eftlo VV;od, and Mr. Leslie H. Uhnart
delivered the valßdictory. Tot princi
pal address of the evening was by K. A.
Meserve. lie w«B listened to with
attention. He spoke regarding the edu
cation of young people lor business and
professions. The business college was
co! tici.lv i.n excellent means of prepar
ing them for the be.ttle ol life.
The medals were presented by Prof.
N. G. Eelker, and Prof. G, A Hough
presented the diplomas.
Rev, J. W.Campbell delivered tbe in
vocation after the opening overtnre.
The musical programme was:
Overture, Semiramis, Rossini—Prof. Slamm's
music school.
Chevalier nalop, Urover—Banjo quartette
from ideal club.
Salutatory.
(a) Tlie Lark Now Leaves, James H. Howe;
<l>) Too Lullaby, Neldlinger—Lorelei quar
tette.
(a) Marques Overture, Mansflold; (bl Haiel
Feru Mazurka, Planijue—lilmi Uultar, Banjo
and Mandolin club, Prof. B. C. de Land, di
rector.
Vocal solo—l*ol*7 Parker.
Old Polks at Home, arranged by W. F. Boot—
i.n: ie quartette.
Wicuer SolmaiLeu, B.hlaegor-Prof. Stamm's
music school.
Alter the programme, the graduates
and frienda went to the Musle hall
where a reception and banquet followed.
The graduating claea waa aa IoIIowb:
Commerci*l department—Drue L.
Bailey, I.uther L. Bailey, Banner; Till.c
Browning, Downey; Arthur W. Brad
bury, Aitreil Boehin, l.os Angeleß; Thoe.
O, Boone, Silver City, N. M ; May
Campbell, Santa Ana; J. E. Canon,
Beaumont; Katie Connell, Loa Angelea;
Minnie Clark, Dmney ; Albert H. Dun
lap, Whittier; That. F. Dexter, Los
Angelea; John A. Elliott, Kedlandi;
Mary L. Edmund?, Tombstone, A. T.;
Bay I. Fullmer, Washington, D. C.;
Frank A. Forster, Cupistiano; Arthur
W. Gibson, Nr.rdhofT; Herbert D. Hunt.
Nina E. Hacker, Los Angeles; Chas. G.
Hayes, Wilmington; Elmer Holman,
Anaheim; H. W. Heap, Riveraide;
Goldie Haver, Boa Angelea; Wm. B.
Julian, Downey; Maude Livingstone,
Los Angeleu; Lucius E, Lucas, Ruth E.
Lucas, Compton; Morris Lothror, Gal
veston, Tex ; Kate E. McDowell, Los
Angeles; Cnarh*s A. Mehtgan, Ceati
nela; Albert F. McDonald, Rivera;
W. folk MoDonald, Rivera; James J.
Mflxey, VornomUlo; JoUn F. Martin,
Los Nietos; A. W. :Noite, Los Ameles;
Agnes NicolaH, Fuilerton; Augusta Ode
mar. Lee L. Payne, Paul C. Pieperß, Loa
Angeles; James E. Pearce, Downey;
Leslie M. Pariiee, Newbsll; Carlton J.
Pegler, Arcadia; Alexander Poggi, Wil
mington ; Charles G. Painter, San Diego:
Fred W. Roche, Pasadena; Helen F.
Storm, Guasie Stoermer, Los Angeles;
Anna G. Stuart, Alhambra; G. R. Sling
erland, Downey; John B. Suoddy, Sa
vannah: Gus J. Stiodthofl", Anaheim;
J, P. Sylva, jr., Wilmington; Laura A.
Standlee, Rivera; Walter Simonß, Paaa
dena; C. J. Stanlee, Villa Park; Ebbie
Wood, Tombstone, Ariz.; V. L. Ward,
Paoadeua; E. A. Washburn, Temescal;
Charles H. Wolfe, Otto Montgomery.
Los Augelee.
Shorthand department—Winnie Bas
sett, Santa Monica; Pearl Brown, Wood
laud; Susie Boyd, South Pasadena;
Richard P. Boyd, Cedar Falls, la.; Ettie
Bluir, Redondo; Nettie Brown, Bessie
Boatie, Lob Angeles; P. J. Bollinger,
Riverside; Carrie Banister, Alice Long
Bell, Los Angeles; Walter K. Christian,
Norwalk; Drtißy Dallon, Loa Angeles
Emma L Davidson, San Bernardino;
Ivy L. Elliott, Los Angeles; John Ferra
by, Gurdoua; Loula Groover, Norwalk;
F. W. Honser, Flora E. Lawrenoe,
Los Angelea; William H. Miller, New
ball; Oton Montgomery, Los Angeles j
Asuncion F. Machado, Santa Monica;
Besaie Marshall, Howard Masac, Leslie
H. Rhuart, Los Angeles: Dollie Uowlie,
Bakerstield; Zena Belie Ross, Wilhel
mina Stowoll, Los Angeles; Cora B.
Shone, Pomona; Ray E. Turner, De
lano; Laura Wood, Amy F. Whedon,
Los Angeles.
Class chairman, fl. W. Heap; secre
tary, Laura Wood.
PERSONAL.
W. H. Tabot, a San Franciaco manu
facturer, ia in tbe city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Tucker of Long
Bench are honeymooning at the West
minster.
R, M. Payson and J. W. Forbos of the
Tejon and La Libre ranches are at the
Hollenbeck.
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph of Chicago are
visiting frienda in the city. Mr. Ran
dolph ia a capitaliat.
O. A. Hamilton is a well-known New
York hnreeman who ie in the city. He
contemplates starting a stud farm here
abouts.
E. A. Stowell, a capitalist of Paso
Roblea Springs, is visiting, bis father at
Pasadena and incidentally the beauties
of Los Angeles.
Mr. James Ooakley, of the San Fran
cisco Bulletin, left yesterday for that
city. His niece, Miss Fannie Oolby, ac
companied him.
Casey Castleman, the swift Riverside
bicyclist, has been ln the city several
days. He captured the three open races
at Santa Ana last Saturday.
Charles Cassat Davis, esq., the well
known attorney, haa returned from a
week's visit to San Francisco, where be
was called by professional bnsiuess.
Three Oakland bicyclists, P. H. Ber
nays, Harry P. Carlton ana VV. VV.
Quinn, jr., arrived in the city ou Sun
day, having made tbe trip ou their
wheels. They are at tbe Wetdibinater.
Guaranteed Cure
We authorize our advertised druggist to soil
Dr. King's New Discovery ior Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If you
are aiulcted with a Cough, Cold or any l.vug.
Throat, or Chest trouble, aud will use this
remedy as directed, giving it a lair trial, and
experience no benefit, you may return the boi
tie and have your money refunded. We could
not make this oiler did we not know that Dr.
King's New Discovery could be relied on. It
ncverdlsappointi Trial bottles froe at (1. P.
Beiuzeman s drug store, 222 North Main
street. Large sire, 00c and SI.

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