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LAST WEEK
Of the
CLEARANCE
SALE I
FURNITURE,
CARPETS, Etc.
3a£. S. HLLEN,
332 and 334 South Spring Street.
fjjnUf I We have been "sawing wood"—the buzz of the saw has been rapid and steady—but
IIU if ! WC haVC concluded to P ut on more steam next week - Ju st for an extr a spurt.
niiUliDCn 01 ITO I Com P risin S four carloads - M arrived, of the new "curly birch "—elegant
UnilnijUi ul llu ! " styk ' sy " des ' gn ' A fuU to kin mahogany ' oak and birdse >' c
DilTll fill QW TC I LuxuriouS couches and eas y d»ait*-*priCes CUT IN TWO. Say nothing of
I ntlLUll Ul 10 ! C ° mPlete ° f sideboards - extension tables, quaint and tasty inlaid rock
-11 PT DIIT HAT I CHOT I St ° Ck ° f Axminster ' Moc l uette . Body Brussels, Tapestry
HS Mill NI IHa and In «: rain Car Pets, Mattings, rugs and linoleums in the city, made
lIUJ, UUI HUI LLII/J1 i and laid by expert carpet people.
ALL MUST GO!
Get Prices Elsewhere and Then Come to Us!
Take a Peep at Our Windows!
FOR SALE-CITY PROPERTY.
-pOfi BALE
GRIDER m DOW,
\ REAL ESTATE
—AND—
INVESTMEN T BHOKFRS,
ice,'.; South Broadway,
ESTABLISHED 18SL
—CITY LOTS.—
|35 down and |10 a month without Interest will
hoy a fin© lot on a graded street with cement walks,
15 minutes ride from tbe business center. Price
only flso. Bee this.
|350 will buy a 50-foot lot on Fourteeentb street,
set to bearing fruits, half a blo?k from the electric
cars. This must lie sold within a week. See tbis.
ftjoo will buy a tine lot on Pico st., half a block
from electric cars.
ffiOS, choice lot on Adams st. New residence, to
cost 13.500, going up on adjoining lot; one block
from electric cars. Price only Mho.
fljoo, fine building lot on Santee st., between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth sts. This lot is 200 feet
deep. Adjoining lots held at $1500. GRIDER &
DOW, 109 1-2 S. Broadway. 19
& m 7 m Z{\ BUYS 8 1-2 ACRES OF EX R A FINE
«Jp s *y\J land, location unsurpassed, no frosts
or fogs, 9 shares of water, 1-2 acre in hi nek berries
which produced 2 tons Inst year; 1-2 mile from
depot.scliool.church and store ■ t he best bargain out.
CIJfT fTO-LOVELY COUNTRY HOB!E. ONE
«TP ti fJ%J sere Hue land, 5-room house, barn,
plenty of ■water, close to depot, store, postofllceand
church, 30 minutes drive from city.
f2oo per acre will buy 40 acres just outside the
city on the south, adjoining lands held at ?300 to
•400 per acre. Buy this and double your money
Inside of 12 months. This belongs to a non-resi
deni, and must he sold.
f450 per acre will buy 20 acres just south of the
city, a little west of the University car line. Can
subdivide and sell in lots for three times the price
asked.
56500—10 #cres. set solid to hearing lemons and
oranges. Bine residence, large gruunds set to
choice platos, shrubs aud climbing vines. Here
all kinds of tropical vines thrive In winter; abso
lutely no fnnst. This place Is only 16 minutes'
drive from itw business center.
GRIDER A T>OW,
10 10»! 3 s. liroadway.
OR SALE—A CHOICE fl-B* )O>i" SUBURBAN
residence, on corner, wii h-JS acres land, with
lawns, shrubs, flowers, fruits of nil kinds, drive
house and barn, cement walk and everything com
plete, and will be sold at a great bargain; south
west.
5, lOor 15 acres of good alfalfa land, 2 miles from
electric cars, southwest, very cheap for 30 days
only; part cash. EDWARD FRASER, 21t> South
Broadway. 18
JfiOß SALE—
11000—Lot on Maple avenue, near Tenth Bt.
■700—Lot on Ocean avenue.
SttOO— Lot on Ronnie Brae st.
I*so-Lot on Bryant avenue. Urnistnn tract.
£500--Lot on Grand avenue, onrner.
ERNEST G. TAYLOR,
■ 214 N. Spring st.
T~BE MOST COMPLETE TRA< TIX EVERY
respect that was ever put on this market is
Clark & Bryai Figueroa Street Tract, corner
Jefferson and Flgu -oa street*. The lots are
broad and deep, the soil mellow and sweet and the
location is more thau complete, for the price of
flOOOon these lots. i;
-|710R SALE—NICE HOME, ft-BOOMS, UV
X 1 West Ninth st. Modern. Street Improved,
cement wai Ita and curb. Jlouse fronts south,
Large lot. House has hot and cold wuter,-hath'
ftaotry, closet, rtf. Prettily furnished. Will geii
t complete f0r45000. LEONARD MERRILL, 120
B. Broad way. ' -7
OUT OF 112 LOTS VH Tll E~T^LArIT^^RYiVN
tjact. t here are only fi low-price lots left ; they
are nn Tenth, at San Pedro at., for only $500; tbe
sml, location Ktid surroundings aro line, and this Is
your last opportunity for auy such lot at ibis price
thev must be sold this week. Terms to suit'
C LARK <fc BRYAN, 127 W. Third st.
IF YOU WISH >AN ELEGANT AND COM
plete 8-rooni, 2-story home in a swell part of the
cay. see the second place north of Tenth, on the
Sent side of Bonnie Brae st. Its a beauty that is
not only attractive in itself, hut In price as well.
CLARK A- BRYAN. 127 W. Third St. 17
XT! OR SALE Ott LEASE—A LA ROE PIKCE
X of land in the heHrt of the city, bounded by
two streets and two railroads, nearly two ai res, *t
a great bargain. It is the most available location
in the city for manufacturing or warehouse pur
poses. CLARK A BRYAN, 127 West Third st. 17
I F YOU*"WANT A SWELL LOT IN THE
swell part of the city, for only £1000, and be In
the swim the balance of your days, secure it In
Clark <fe Bryan's Figueroa Street Tract, corner Jef
ferson and Figueroa sts. 17
CIPECIAL BARGAIN-12000 WILL TAKE A
tine fi-room cottage on Downey aye.; hard fin
ish and decorated. Lot 55x140 to alley. Fine fruits,
flowers, etc.; a bargain. W. P. LARKIN A CO.,
llnS. Broadway. 17
1108 KALE—IF YOU WANT A NICE, CLOSE
in home on a lot 60x165, on the clean side too.
800 021 South (Hive and let CLARK A BRYAN
Ij7 West Third street, hear from you. 17
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING* FEBRUARY 17, 1893.
FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE
i& fJ\J\J with lot 100x125, closo to electric cars,
price for a few days 6500 011 easy terms.
¥2.500 will buy a brand new 7-room residence; fine
reception hall, winding stairway; large double
parlors; elegant mantel and grate; large penny
and closets; piped for hot and cold water; marble
washstand; patent water-closets; house finished in
yellow pine throughout; cement walk. Lot 60x150,
within one block of electric cars; Mtreet graded and
graveled ; cement curbs and walk. See this at once.
Only 92-500 on easy terms.
14500 w ill buy a tine home of 12 rooms; all mod
ern conveniences, finished In red cedar, elegant
reception hall and stairway, double parlors, two
tine mantels nud grates; corner lot, tooxioi), Orand
avenue, yard set to palms and choice flowers;
owner compelled to sell. See this at once, only
about lo minutes from the business center*
GRLDER A DOW,
109*2 South Broadway. 19
FOR SALE—A VERY FINE 100 FEET ON
the hills near Temple-st. cable for|4oo; cheap
est in the oity. HUBBARD A LOVE, 228 W.
Fourth st.
FOR SALE-TWO BUSINESS LOTS; STREETS
graded and sewered. Price 51700. Also in acres
l2mllesfrom this city; living water; flOOO'; owner.
Must be sold in ten days. Address C, box «0, this
office. 19
FOR SALE—THIS IS A BA~ROAIN. 12,000:
A corner close in. Fine view, dose to cable
cars. Roth streets graded. First-class location.
Buy this and make money. WM. F. BOSBY
SIIKI.L, IIK S. Broadway. »0
PROPERTY.
FOR BALE CHEAP-LANDS
Near this city, only $126 per acre; elegant sub-
Irrigated orchards in first-clnss condition. Also
unimproved laud in tracts to suit. |63 to R75 per
acre. Buy now nnd double your money before
twelve months. McKOON A JACKSON, "34
"Wet First street. •*»
FOR SALB-MISCEI^A\EOUS.
I NOB SALE—THIS NEW HOME SEWING
Machine Company offer for the uext3i)dnvs
the following bargains- Whites, Standards, Auto- ]
irortlo. Btngars, Domestics, Davis. Households,
etc., from Sl2 to lis, on payments oi ,1 per week
<H'J S. Spring st. Branch. UE. Colorado, I'asadena.
8-2 , .
FOR SAI.K-AN ELEGANT NEW UPRIGHT
piano; will take hoard and room In part ex
ohange. Address .1., box sn, this office. 'Jj-tf
"IjlOR BALK—POOS GAB ENGINE. 12 H; P.
V Good us new. Call or address THOS. S.
DOWSE, Planing -Mill, Ontario. Cal. 18
IftOß SALE—FULLY EQUIPPED PRINTING
office; Rood business. Address PRINTER.
P. O. Box -183. | '
IJiOR SALE on KX<-iiAXOK--non» BICYCLE
torn buggy or carringe. Address F, Box m,
this office. 17
FOR SALE -l.vi.ow or.D POSTAGE "STAMPS'
cheap. T., box 26, this office.
I SOB BALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES,
to suit, ut tills office.
FOlt SALE—FARM WAGON. 419 CRESCENT
aye. ,7
FORSA LEyLIVE STOCK.
FO R s Al.l l A NI) EX('5 A NO E—FI NE SING LE
and double drivers, buggies and harness. B. F.
BACON, rear 50S S. Broadway. j-3-tf
TTtoll SALE—A ■ FINE ' LARGE TEAM OF
± horses, new wagon nnd harness for sale cheap.
Inquire at 225 W. First st. ]a
FRED in N" ER~ HA S~o"ltN AMENTAX AND
deciduous fruit trees, largo vurlety; 212 \V.
Fourth st. Call or write.
FOR SALE—OOSPER FILLY, 4 YEARS OLD
good roadster. Southeast corner of Clinton
and \ ermonV avenue. 13
TTIOR H A I.E.— BKADTIFUL, pIsBIGREED
J. spaniels; all prices;.call at 1229 Tennessee st.
VI ;
TflOR SALE-THOROCOHBItED JERSEY
.1 cow; fresh soon, loir, s. Main. 17
W9SI. A 'V," SEX BA~NCHHW». E. c .
JIRESSMA KINO.
Mjiowel'L d^lssmaking !
teaches ladies to become Competent cuUtni I
ana titters: patterns, ut to order.. 7U3.', S. Broad- |
LADIES THAT I.IKE "TO WEAR FIRST- !
class fitting ilresses cnll at 12t S. Main tt
WOLTKK ' r ° m ** M11!4- "TO'-TKN BUR& |
RkAL 1
BELL A SAiUclll. lUCAL i
J°ißJ?llß*S*» < 'W , i money loaned ut « per cent.
~M4 w. xnirAst. 12-7 tf J
A wonderful" c.irr
Harry 11. Yt alte, the clairvoyant of clairvoy
ants, nnd ihe greatest Independent slate-wrltlng
medium In the wide, Wide World—that answers
sealed messages while In a dead trance. If you are
going to see a medium, why not see the lies!.* I
am Harry H. Waive, the medium who keeps his
parlorß full of anxious ones, nnd sends all away
with amazement and gladness, without having to
offer free tests, chionios or prize packages as an
inducement. What yon get for nothing Is worth
nothing, Do the dead return- Come and be cod
| vinced hy the wonderlul medium, wjio by his Odd
, given gift, can see clalrvoyantly, and locates stolen
article, lost and mislaid will,, deeds, treasuries
etc.; tells you how to get them back again. By
my wonderful gift I can hear clalrvoyantly the
names of those that come to see me, and c
names of those tbat Interest them.
WHO IS A MEDIUM FOR?
„,„f "° ,r . ""' "orrowlng and suffering, to bring
gladness 10 your disheartened type, and to «In
sinful child, to remove vice and sin away from
their path and to make them sober, steady hones
and good. Ah. father, and mother, .you hay?
tried every other way and failed, now try the old
a Vos'?e'«rm^"'.', r *», through
a i.od fearing medium. I am the one that teTls
those working girls the name of their company. I
can tell her who loves her truly and who Is looking
for her. 1 can tell her the name of the nan who
would marry her and make her a good huVbanr! I
2S,i? U K h JS *t aKae °< lb* scsundr« who
would bring her to sorrow. I tan the
widows the self-same thjng. I tell them
the names of their late Husband and what she
had betterdo and better not to do. and same to you
widowers. I am the great Harry 11. Waltc who
th^b?h™hK^2L Ye, .. < S S come "5 liear " .it what
their husband does with their money, i can tell
you what your Divine chances are before vo,
say a word to me, whether you should[forgive or
sepnrat- ran tell you when your life and hus
hand will die. and death i, a better soparaierthan
fo"\°, r „' : r, C "" r ': , >, ""- v > I "'° n " 'ive'to bless ,ne
tZr u£* h„ e rH""' , LT"" h " h '" l - 1»m l »* cou,,seb,r
lor the hard-working men and women, whose
aces are ground by oppression, whose heart U
un'f™'l,^ har ,. |~' ' k - medlun'ishlp'l, fo" he
in fortunate. Come to me. and I win Show yon
where you can get a little Joy and be te, fly
will tell you how your luck can be .hanged
and how long you will have to live "li
'I? W.Tta'K. - v °," «" •>'•<■ lam Hnrrv
11. « aite.lhe adviser of huslne,, men and women
who have got their all In a venture hoping to pro
I'TJ"" '"i 0 " ' l " P "- 1 «*U you about' he
ase. will, deed mortgage, partnership, etc. I
will tell you about your location, or If a change Is
necessary. Why hesitate if you are perplexed"
«nt" vo me and find help, come ye who iuft>r
•nd get help. Come ye lover, and win your Idol,
tome ye businessmen and he advised. Come ye
;!, n .h^'a ear ,'-'" 1 wh ,T s ; * n " com - v " disconsolate
husbands. ( ome all that are In trouble, no matter
w hat kind, t ome and learn to bless this wonderful
amazing, convincing slate-writing medium. The
only one In the oity that doe, not accept money in
advance. You do not pay a cent unle,, vou'nre
fully satisfied. Could anything be fairer : ' 17a,
not this honesty upon the face of it? Parlors at
8M South Broadway, near Fourth st.; quiet and' re
tired. Hours from 9 a.m. to 8p m. Al] matters
strictly confidential. People being out of town
send stamp for free advice, bnt ask no questions
P. s— Those who are writing the undersigned
threatening letters, save your stamps. Inm here
to stay. lam honest, ray charge, are advertised
JS voluntary If there Is full satisfaction, otherw Ise
1 REE. If at any time a person Is dissatisfied, if
ihey will rail. I will refund what they gave me I
am tbe only medium that ever dared' lo advertise
such a thing, and lo fudge from letters received
someone must feel hurt at this way of doing busi
ness, f expect the lirst month io meet every
traud, fakir aud fool In the community, and the
soiree is about over. If thero be any more In town
call quick, so I can finish Ihe job and let honest
people have a chance. HARRY 11. WAITF. The
creates! Medium on Earth, 3">2 8. Rroudway.
ARRIVED - HARRY H. WAITE, THE
V Clairvoyant of Clairvoyants aud the OXI,Y
Independent slate willing medium In the oity,
that answers sealed messages while In *v dead
trance, tells if your lover ls true or false, who to
trust and who to watch, tells your lucky mouth,
week or day. gives advice on all matters of Im
portance, such as business, love affairs, marriages
divorces, law suits, etc. Locates lost or stolen goods,
reunites tbe separated, brings speedy marriage re
moves stumbling blocks and bad luck of all kinds,
lfyouflnd with all your nature's gifts that you
cannot succeed, go al once to this wonderful man
and Hurl out ihe cause of your bad luck. Remem
her he tells you all you wish to know and does not
ask you a solitary question, nor do you pay a cent
unless you are fully satisfied, but If you are satis
fied he then charges you is2.no Is tills not honest?
Now do not delay, but go at once nnd see this medi
um. If you nre going to see a medium.why not see the
greatest on earth? He has taken parlors at 352 S.
Broadway, where he will give private slttlngsdullv.
Hour, from H to «. I. s. People living out of
city send stump for free advise, but ask no quos
Hons.
I>ROF. LEE—DO TIIE HEAD RETURN? IF
you doubt, come and be convinced by Prof.
Lee, the alatc-wrlting medium; messages given
from your loved ones written on slates cleaned hy
yourself and held In your own hands; sealed mes
sages answered while lv n dead trance; a medium
by the gift of tlod. PROF. LEE. 242 1-2 s. Broad
way; parlors 12 und IS. •>.•s■,
MRS. l'EftCY-lOS E. FIFTH ST., CLAIR
\ oynnt, healing and developing; sittings 81;
circle, Monday, Thuraduy and Saturday evening,,
Soc; also Tuesday and Friday, 2:3u, Wo. 2.2S
FOR EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE—very choice fruit
and alfalfa laud within 15 miles of court house
for city property. Land unincumbered. Will as
sume on choice property. This Is your opportu
nity, as the land wHI b.->sr close Investigation.
OOSPER. SMITH * CANNON, 421 Stimson
block. is
JSOR EXCHANGE--BY 171. NEWERF—
SBooo—Fine foothill income ranch al San Dimas,
for elty house or houses.
96000— Nice home, close In ; want Income foothill
ranch; North Ontario preferred.
14000—Nice home, all furnished, with good barn :
nicely located, southwest; wont good-paying in
come fruit ranch.
|600O— Chicago lots, well located; want s stock of
merchandise.
|4000—San Diego city houses, rented; want Los
Angeles county or city property.
J4oOo—lBo acres, Tulare county, good land, for
property down thia way.
5100,000 worth of choice vacant fruit lands, Rfver
e county, la tracts to suit any trade.
•200,000 worth of Riverside and South Riverside
orange and lemon groves, for Chicago, Kansas City
and Los Angeles city income.
9Bsoo—Los Angeles city and Ran Diego city prop
erty for St. liOuts city or auhurban property.
•13,000—Fine fruit and grain ranch near Fresno
for good Eastern farm.
94500—Hotel at Wilbur. Washington, for South
ern California property.
|i3,soo—US-sere farm, Solano county, weU im
proved, near Elmira, town and railroad Junction;
want improved ranch In Southern California or St.
Louis city or suburban property.
16000—Sioux City, Towa, lots for good alfalfa land
in Los Angeles county.
97000—Fine foothill fruit land, some Improve
ments, for Chicago or Minneapolis Income.
Also numerous other exchanges. Lint your good
property with me.
L. L. NEW ERF,
220 S. Spring st.
Rooms 19 and 20, StOWOll block. 17
*Y7M>R EX. CHANGE OR Sa LE BPEC I AL
J? bargains from our immense list.
Pour lots on Jefferson st„ near Main, with line
8 room hard finished dwelling. Will exchange all
or part for good dotintry property.
Two lots ou Second" st., Boyle Heights; two
story hard finished dwelling, barn, lawn, hedge,
fence, etc.; value $45 M, This is a lovely home, and
we will exchange it for outside property or vacant
city lots.
One lot and 8 room dwelling, on Rockwood st.;
a beautiful home, with gas and sewer connections,
and all modern improvements. Will exchange for
acreage—foothill lands near Burbank preferred.
Eighty sores of good, level unimproved land. 8
miles from Winchester, in Riverside county, clear.
Will exchange for home in Los Angeles.
Thirty-six acres land, dwelling, bam, etc., near
Anaheim, 1 mile from Santa Fe depot; has 15 acres
hearing oranges, lemons and apricots. WHI sell
reasonable, or exchange for city property nnd as
sume, if justifiable. This is something worth in
vestigating. The owner Is a Los Angeles business
man nnd cannot g|ye the place attention necessary.
A nice living end profit can be made here at once.
Ten-acre fruit or -hard, Rnmono, 02(00.
Ten-acre fruit orchard, |M miles from ASUIO,
$2000.
Ten acres at Duarte, 5-room house, etc., to ex
change.
WM. R. BURKE A CO.,
14 and 17 2l3 l , N. spring st.. up stairs.
FOR E XCH ANO E — 10>RO( >M ft t > USE, ao
feet fro it, for a fruit ranch at or near Pomona,
or an alfait'a ranch near Los Angeles. **■ • acres of
farm land near Paso Rubles. San Louis oblspo
county, for a small alfalfa ranch near Los Angeles,
or a home In this city. 11-room house on Orand
aye,, close In, for a fruit ranch. 12-room house on
Second and Hope sts., for orange grove, A nice
place in tills city to trade fur a home tn Pasadena.
Business block and other productive property in
Toneka, Kansas, fhr city or ranch property here.
A tine residence In Seattle for residence here, will
assume or pay cash dlOerenrp. .1. A. MORLAN,
Chamber of Commerce. 22* W. Ilh st. 10-tf
JpOR EXCHANGE— "
95300--The best 40 acres of walnut land In Califor
nia, elegant for sugar beets or alfalfa either, located
I'a mile sooth of Anaheim audi mile from Mira
tions; want something In city.
915 is acres near Burbank, clear! trade
for tl city or house; might assume some.
I 00— "ice 5-room cottage on good graded street,
clc c tv . will trade equity for lot or land; fneum
hr Pea 001.
& J- 1) acres, partially Improved, in San Gn
b; el/ .Hey, clear; for house or lot.
39 — ti acres, Improved. 3 miles from Azusa,
< cup for home in city; will assume 11030.
f'% — 5 acres In 4-yei r old eucalyptus trees,
; tv es east of Redondo. ior lot in city.
W. il. NEISWENDKR
17 213 West First Street
■pOR EXCHANGE—
Kansas Oity, rented, close in, 910,000,
Kansas City, 950,030,
Chicago, from ?pi,o(o up.
St. Louis, from 110,00J up.
Lincoln, Neb., *;ojo.
Peoria, 93500.
Beatrice, 92.5*).
All income places, for Los Angeles nrcounty. I
We can suit you upon exchanges. Cull tn and see
US. MEEKINS <V SHERWOOD,
17 118 1-2 S. Broadway.
FOR*" EXCHANGE - 80 ACRES OF CHOICE
farming land near Paso Robles, for a small
ranch near the city, or a house and lot in the city.
240 acres In Central California for city property
or a fruit ranch ; will assume.
12-room house on Second st. for an orange grove;
will pay some cash
15 acres southwest, close in, for a residence in the
city.
Lots of other properties to exchange. Come in
and see what we have. J. A. MORLAN,
17 No. 22s W. Fourth st.
IjlOR EXCH ANO ACHES i'AT X.* i i.v
land. large lake 10 to 20 feet deep, also several
springs, log house, together with 640 nead of cattle
and 01 calves, recently bran-led: far .re range and
good feed; located !) miles from station on Santa
Pc railroad, for Los Angeles property, CA RTER
A BEECHEP,32i S. Broadway. 17
OBt OF 112 LOTS IN THE CLARK <fc BRYAN
tract, there grs only olow-price lota left; tbey
are on Tenth, at San Pedro st., for only SSio: the
soil, locatio.i and surroundings aro flue, and this is
your last opportunity for any such lot at this price;
they must be sold thia week: terms to suit.
CLARK A BRYAN, 127 W. Third st.
FOR EXCHANGE -S3 LOTS IN TR At f All
joining the Great Starch WoTKS In Dcs
Moines, lowa, to trade for Los Angeles property.
Weahould.be glad to talk with parties familiar
with the prospects of the capital city of lowa on
this trade. E. C. CHAPIN, 13ti S. Broadway. 17
FOR EXCHANGE--? LOTS IN BEST RESL
dence section of Helena, Montana. On electric
car line. Surrounded by very tinpst homes. Will
put in some cash and trade for property here or
will assume. LEONARD MERRILL, 120 S.
Broadway. 17
Ft) It EXCHANGE OR, SALE—TWO OR
three Rood sized pieces of the finest orange
and fruit land in the wtat* of California, clear of
encumbrance.'near Redlands; also 40 a-'res im
proved land near Long Beach. J. C, WILLMON,
230 W. First street. 17
OR eYcIITnGE — SOME GOOD RERl
dence property, S. W,, vacant and Improved
and cash, for a close in location for building fiats.
Will go as high in price as 910,000. and In elevation
as Grand aye. west of this oflice. LEONARD
MERRILL, 139 8. Broadway. 17
JjSOR EXCHANGE
-2 clear lots In Chicago suitable for flats or resi
dence, good location; for small houses or lots in
Los Angeles. W. P. LARKIN A CO., owners, 110
S. Broadway, Los Angeles. 20-tf
lildU EXCHANGE—BRING IN YOUK Ex
change, we can mstoh most anything that
bns honest values; none other wanted.
F. 11. PIEPER A CO.,
18 108 S. Broadway.
17*0 iV~ 'exchange- «::jo-a sevi n-room
house on Thirty-seventh ht. near Main; want
• IOOD cash, balance acreage, or neat home in other
town worth 91200. E. C.COOK, 353 S. Main. 17
171 OR EXCHANGE—2 LOTS IN THE PRINCI
-1 cal residence part of Setttia aye. for work team
and heavy wagon and harness. CARTER A
REECHEB. 328 S. Broadway. 17
G1 O OCT TODAY AND REE~CLARK A BRY
r an's new Figueroa street tract, corner of
Jefferson and Figueroa sts. It's a heanty nnd prices
amazingly low. 17
Its OR EXCHANGE-* A tine income property at
1 San Pedro, 94000; for equity In city property. D.
R.CLAY. New office. Stimson Block, 123 W.Third
street. 17
If OR EXCHANG E—loo At' RES AL FALF A
land near city nnd Minneapolis property for
something In Los Angeles Or Vicinity, ROBINSON,
Ramona Hotel. 17
I.IOR EXCHANGE--. A SUBURBAN HOME
worth 92500, with 91000 Building nnd Loan
debt, in Chicago to trade for Los Angeles home.
17 E. C CHAPIN, 196 s. Broadway.
1710R EXCHANGE—WILL EXCHANGE RES
taurant and 6 furnished rooms for lodging
house, store or property. Call P3!> East First st. 1»
¥108 EXCII ANGE -91500-TWOt IfOK E LOTS
corner Second and Fremont sts.; 900) cash, hal
ance acreage. E. C. COOK, 353 S. Main. 17
rpo'trade—a new sewing machine!
I. standard make, oak. for roll top desk. Ad.
dress M. box 30, this otlicc. 17
_ ~ MEDIUMS*
WINO NA — SEVENTH "DAUGHTER OF
late Dr. King, world renowned phrenologist
and astrologlst. Consultation 25c, 50c. Life
chart, nativities 91 upwards. 421 W. Seventh.
mm
TTIRENCH LADY, HEALING MEDIUM—
JJ Treats all diseases; consultation free; life
reading. Parlor 7, No. 355 1-2 S. Spring st.
MRS. HOPKINS-MITCHELL. BUSINESS
and test medium; has resumed business at
7m E. Fifth st.: call and see lipY,
~ PETROLEUM METERS.
17\OH I'KrHoijiTjM
! we J. ti. KOEBEELE, lis ». Hioudway.
PE^ONAL.^^^^
I rpllk'MOST COMPLETE TRACT IN KVKRY
I A respect that over put on the market is
j ('lark A Bryan's Figucros Street Tract, cornet
j Jellerson nnd Uigneroa strei is The lots are
. hioml and deep, the noil mellow and sweet and the
| location is more than complete for the price of
only fiooi on these lots. 17
TT>ERBONAL- DO YOU WANT A HUSBAND?
I. wife? to know what yon can do fn life. 1 now
to avoid strife? something new j facts; sensational;
stand from tinder; send ID cents for spec) men ropy
to TEMPERMATOLOGIST AND SOLAR BIOL
OGIST, loCk faOX 739, Los Angeles, Cal. 17
l"l ENTLEMAN; 3«; GOOD EDUCATION; LlT
VTernry attainments, etc. First-class business
man. oood position at present. Wishes to corres
pond with lady between 20 nnd in. Object matri
mnnv. Address CONSCIENCE, G box 60, this
otbee. 17
IP YOU WANT A SWELL LOT TN THE
swell part of the dty, for only $1000. and be in
the swim the halance of yonr days, secure It In
ClArk A Bryan's Figueroa Street Tract, corner Jef
ferson ond Figueroa sts. 17
"T UENTLI:M A N OF REFINEMENT. 45
J\. years of age, wishes the acquaintance of re
tined lady not over .'l5 years of age. Object matri
mony. Address I, box 50, this oflice. 17
V LONELY GENT ~ WISHES THE
qualntance of Intelligent lady as companion
and I l iend, .1. Box 5'V this oflice. 1 7
CHIROPODISTS.
SA. LANON — SURGEON CHIROPODIST;
• pedicuring for ladies and gentlemen; 200
Stimson block, corner Third and spring; Sunday
hours, io to 4,
Mits. l.Tkknnkhy. MANICCRE~AND
chiropodist; moles and hair removed by
electric needle. Crocker block, 212 S. Broadway.
188 C. ST A PIER, CHIRO POD IST; LA
dles' mssseuse. 211 W. First st., opp. Nadeau.
DR. B. /ACIIAC, SCRGEON CHIROPODIST.
124 S. Main st., rooms 4 and 5.
BICYCLES.
WkTcoWAN, MGR. THOS. H. B. VAR
• ney, coast agent for Rambler bicycles. Tele
phone 1851. 427 S. Spring st.
BICYCLE, BUGGY AND LIVERY—B. MOAT.
Business removed to 222 E. Second st.
SOME GOOD TIMES AT MESA
The Visit of Latter Day Saints in
Arizona
There Wee ■ Orand Picnic, Some Good
Lunches, Speeches, and a Grand
Banquet at Night
On the 3d of February Mesa was visited
by two gentlemen from Utah, Professor
Carl tt. Maeser and Professor George God*
d&rd, in the interest of the schools, Sun
day Schools and Young People's Improve
ment Associations of the Latter Day
Saints, or Mormons.
After several instructive meetings, it
was decided to hold a picnic excursion
before they left, that they might have an
opportunity to enjoy tiie magniticent land
scapes clothed In verdure and the balmy
climate of our beloved Arizona, the most
choice and favored of all lands. Accord
ingly by nine o'clock Tuesday, February
sth, the streets were astir with vehicles
well loaded with people of all ages, pre
pared to turn their backs upon Mesa for a
day's outing.
The cavalcade, consisting of seventy
two vehicles and of>2 people by actual
count, proceeded east across the Highland
and then northeast to a rocky butte about
ten miles from Mesa. Here a halt was
made upon a green and level glade and
the starry Hag was unfurled from the top
of a Paloverde tree.
After a time spent in social conversa
tion, the Mesa choir gave some choice
musical selections and the Mesa Brass
Hand rendered some excellent music.
Bountiful lunches were then spread upon
the grass and all partook thereof with a
keen relish. The banquet concluded, the
people were numbered and there were
found to be 552 present, and it was re
marked that with all this number no
swearing was heard and not a whiff of to
bacco smoke tainted the atmosphere- dur
ing the entire day.
All present then climbed to the summit
of the butte, from which was viewed one
of the most charming landscapes to be
I seen anywhere, em brut .ng a sweep of over
J a hundred miles. A few miles north was
McDowell Mountain, and to the southeast
I the Superstition Mountains, where the
| famous gold mines are located. At our
feet the landscape, as far as the eye could
reach, was level iiiui dotted with Arizona
landmarks, the giant or sentinel cactus.
All this immense area, when irrigated and
cultivated, will lie as tine fruit and agri
cultural land as there is the world.
While about two hundred were on the
butte, Judge Hakeschristened it Goddard-
Maeser Butte, in honor of Professor Mae
ser and Professor Goddurd, who are largely
interested in the educational advancement
of the rising generation. The christening
was sanctioned by three rousing cheers,
and Professor Goitdard sang Utah's Best
Crop, Our Girls and Boys.
On descending to the picnic grounds,six
teen little girls performed the doll drill
very prettily, and was followed by more
music and remarks from the visitors, who
exprosst-u themselves as charmed with the
country and climate.
No doubt it will seem strango to those
in the North and East to hear of a picnic
at this season of the year, anil they would
be still more surprised it' they could have
been on the ground to see for themselves.
There were calico dresses and sunhonnets,
boys in their shirt sleeves and babies nnd
little girls without wraps. While spread
ing lunch the ladies regretted that they
had not taken parasols to shield them
from the warm sunshine, but in the en
joyment of the occasion the discomfort of
the hot sun was forgotten and all enjoye.l
themselves to the utmost tnroughout the
day.
Professor Maeser investigated a cholla,
or jumping cactus. He will investigate
from a little distance hereafter.
SANTA Ml %A
Santa Monica, Feb. ltf. —J. R. Barack
man was elected delegate to the state
convention of the Maccabees at the last
meeting of the local tent.
George Williams was elected junior
beadle and E. E. Barackman treasurer of
Court Neptune A. 0. F. of A. at their last
meeting.
The ladies of the 0. E. S. give a fancy
dress ball at the Arcadia on the 21st.
Santa Monica Lodge I. 0. G. T. hold a
public installation on Monday evening.
Mrs. Ken Summerlield and' sisters, the
Misses Collins, are at San Diego for a few
days.
N. E. Carrillo and James Collins are en
joying a hunting trip in adjacent moun
tains.
0. F. Sehader of the firm of Sehader cv
Co., has returned from his Arizona trip j
and purchased the Darricott property on
the corner of Oregon avenue and Third
street. He intends to improve it by build
ing a fine business block on it.
The rainfall here for the season is 11.17
inches.
ELSINORH
Elsinore, Feb. 16.—Mr. Joy of the South
Ttfverside Land aud Water Company was
here today inspecting the new flood-gates
just finished.
The lake has risen six feet in the last
twenty days, and it is spread over an
area seven miles long by three wide.
Hunting never was better. There are
ducks by the thousand.
The naphtha launch Alma is now in run
ning order, and Is enjoyed by many. The
Lake View Hotel boats are in* Harry
Clarke's charge and well looked after.
The new sulphur well of Ilogcrs <fc Trap
halien is down 126 feet and Hows 45,000
gallons in twenty-four hours. It is to be
shot with dynamite tomorrow to increase
the How.
S. G. mils Improving
S. G. Mills, the insurance surveyor
whose eyes were cut out by Dr. Ellis, on
Friday afternoon, was resting comfortably
last evening. He had no hemorrhage,
and Dr. Clark states that ltis ultimate re
covery is assured.
ORNAMENTAL OFFICER GONE
Law Making iv the Arizona
Legislature
LAWS THAT WERE REPEALED
The Merchants' License Tax Done
Away With
Hews from Southern California's Neighbors
Across the Border—Phoenix Notes
and Personals
In the Legislature but few measures
j have been, other than formerly, adWq
| upon that materially amount to any
thing. The ornamental office known as
the Railroad Commissioner, has been
abolished.
The elective franchise, to women in
Arizona, bill now rests in the hands of the
committee on Territorial affairs in the
council, which means that all that is
wanting is an obituary to be read, when
its remains will be interred, and not to
be resurrected for two years, in keeping
with what has become a time-hunored
custom in Arizona legislation.
The merchants' license tax law will be
repealed, as the merchants of the terri
tory are a unit for its abolishment.
The measure to raise revenue, known
as the bill to tax sleeping car companies,
will pass the House, with amendments to
the original.
That which is disturbing the cautious
law-maker most concerning it is to have
it so perfect that the question of its con
stitutionality cannot be questioned.
In keeping with the time-honored bien
nial custom a mining law is going to be
worked through after the Colorado pat
tern. The chances are that those who
will vote for it will be subject to anathe
mas until it is repealed, from the pros
pector and poor miner.
The act to create a board of health and
vital statistics is in the judiciary commit
tee's hands, but the differences that exist
among the various schools of medicine,
etc., are calculated to let the matter rest
until a more propitious period. .
A Boaid of Control for charitable, re
formatory and penal institutions will be
created. 'This move meets popular ap
proval,
A bill has been introduced to require
foreign insurance companies to give
bonds while doing business in this ter
ritory to secure policy holders, in the sum
of $15,000.
Gambling, local option as to the sale of
intoxicants and other measures for the
motal good of the people of the territory
will likely receive favorable considera
tion.
The bill, however, that is most interest
ing to the law makers and the city daily
papers, is that known as the printing biil
for the printing of the proceedings of the
Council and the House journals. There
are three daily papers, one, the Gazette,
Democratic and two Republican in this
city, the Herald an afternoon paper and
the Republican a morning paper. A bit
ter war is being waged, the fight being a
two to one affair, tne Gazette and Repub
lican against the Herald. The combina
tion against the Herald is termed an "un
holy alliance." The Republicans iv the
Southern tier of counties are as a rule
loyal to the Herald which is a consistent
Republican paper. The Gazette being
Democratic and having a chance
in the Council to check a i live
Republican (printing |measure stands
in the breach through the voting complex
ion of that body, it being six Democrats
and six Republicans; consequently, on
strict party lines, the council is a tie. The
Gazette and the Republican, however,
carried the day by a seven to live vote.
The House is different. It stands seven
teen Republicans to seven Democrats.
Hence, this bill is the topic mat is being
discussed mostly on the streets, in busi
ness houses, private residences, in the
third house, where the "unholy alliance"
has a force calculated to do almost any
thing in furtherance of the combination's
side, except—pulling the sack.
It is the prevailing belief that the
House will stand by the Herald.
Since writing the above the bill has be°n
up before the House, aud, after consider
able maneuvering and parliamentary tac
tics, it was tabled.
Phcsntx Note*
Mr. Wilson nf this city raised pears of
the Idaho variety the past season tliat
weighed thirty-three ounces.
Hon. Alonzo Baily, of Globe, one of the
lending Democrats of Arizona, reached
Phoenix on Thursday. He has been bu>y
shaking hands ever since.
John Hughes, son of Governor and Mrs.
Hughes, is expected daily from the Ka*-t.
He lias been compelled to give up school
study for a time, owing to trouble with
his eyes.
Baled hay sells here for 50 rents a bale;
loose in bulk at $12 a ton; barley fl.7fi per
sack, and wheat at 1 cent per pound, Par
ties contemplating, prospecting in this
vicinity can outfit from the Springs,
The Verde Reservation has bun thrown
open to settlement and a great many ] co
pie availed themselves of the opportunity
to obtain lands cheaply. About one
third of the land was tiled on the lirst day 4
The lands embrace 10,000 acres, former y
held as a military reservation on She
Verde River, Yavapai county.
To protect the cuttle interests of Ari
zona, the retail dealers in meat in the ter*
ritory—and through them the people—are
already taxed unciviseioiiahly. flu* butch
ers are* taxed and the cattlemen are not
taxed. Is it not about time thai the rat
tle industry was allowed to stand oil ite
own bottom?—Journal-Miner.
Doug Lemon lost a valuable watch in
the train robbery, lt was sent tit Tucson
for repairs, and in order to save fifty cents
expressage he put a value on il of $."*),
whereas the actual value of the time-piece
was not less than $125. The watch has
not yet reached it? destination; hence it
is reasoned that it was either taken by
robbers or blown to pieces.
Hear I> r. McLean, pastor of Simpson
M. K. Tabernacle today. Strangers in
vited.
Plumbing done of every description at
I'urrey's, ltd X. Spring street.
The North Star
TO I'ROrZSaOR LSWtfl SWIFT OF MiU.ST LOWS
OBSeitVATORT
When twilight's purple veil ( s furled
Beyond the western verge of day .
And slowly o'er the darkened world
The stars come forth in bright Array-
When \ enus hides her burning face *
Upon old Ocean's troubled breast
Or. weary of lits marcn through space,
Mars camps behind the mountain eros
The sailor un tiie moonless sea,
The pilgrim of the trackless plain,
The bondman, panting to be free,
Turn northward and take heart again*
For there above unmeasured heights, *
An emblem of eternal truth,
Unchanged amidst the changing light!
The North star lifts her crown of yi utta,
Belf-ccntercd in the boundless bin*
Calm dweller of the vest in
Forever lender strung and 11
Serenely from her distant t
She gazes down the vuieclcs*
Wh le worlds are drifting a:
And mighty constellations sw
Around iter like an endless
The ortitern Lights across he
The glory of their dancing sp
The Morning Mars beneath her •
The chorus of Creation's years
And witile the systems sink am.
And planets to each other nod
The light streams from her train
As steadfast as the love Ott»o4.
—James

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