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FOR SALE-COUNTRY PROPERTY.
y\ MORO BY THE OCEAN -
■his new town [s delightfully located on the ]
beautiful land-locUcd tforo "> y. in Sun
1 viS Obispo county, about t n miles we t
o* the county seat. Situated midway be
tween SSI! Franciaoo and Los Angeles,
El More occupies an important gengrapi
ctu position, which will be more fully
understood when we say that it is the
natural shipping point for n section of
country la-ger than the states of Con
nect leu 1. Dataware, Rhode island and
Massachusetts, and also the natural out
let 10 tide water for the sreat Ban Joaauin
valley.
A town with so brilliant a commercial future
as this has mar indoed confidently ap
peal to the shrewd observer as a desir
able VdSCi for an invnstment. As a sum
mer health resort, too, its attraction! are
many. Morobay, protected by a natural
atrip* ol 1 an J, extends lv length seven
miles, With a maximum width of over
three miles Its surface being a.ways
Smooth and danger unknown, this beau
tiful bay offers great advantages for row
ing, sailing or bathing. Hundreds of
campers from the hoi valleys of the in
terior (lock to this resort every summer,
aud as the place becomes better known,
and raihoad Li 0 ill ties are increased,
tourists from more distant parts of Cali
fornia ami other states will come during
all seasons ol the year,
10 lhe most desirable part of the townslte the
Moro Bay Improvement company has
donated a block of 8 acres of land to the
Hotel El Morn company, by which a most
commodious hotel will at ones be built.
Closely following upon this there will be
erected many private residences.
Lots in El Moro arc now on sale for 875,5100
and $150 each, ou easy installments Of
$5 down and $5 per month. No interest
on deferred payments. Title perfect.
Seven percent discount for cash.
For map. list of unsold loS, or other informa
tion call upon or address
MORO BAY IM PRO\ EMENT CO.,
1 ilk South Broadway,
Lus Angeles.
N. B.—Commission to agents.
5-38 sun Th Sat
t7»OR BALE—
T THE CELEBRATED
VERDE COLONY RANCH
of 572 acres This beautiful tract 01 land is
situated in the counlv of San Luis Obispo, on
the Pacific Const railroad, about nine miles
from Snn Luis Obispo city and three miles from
Arroyo Grande, a rapidly growing town, in the
richest agricultural section of California. The
soil Is a very rich sandy loam, capable of grow
ing any kind ot fruits, vegetables nr cereal?,
and is far enough from the coast to be free
from fogs and winds, and to enjoy tbe full
benefit of the warm, equable climate for which
thiscountv is so justly famed. On tho ranch
there is a good dwelling, fine dairy house, and
nil necessary buildings. A living stream of
water and many springs add materially to the
value; of tbe place. A suitable plot of ground
has been donated by tho owners for school
purposes, and a good building will at once be
ci ei-ted, there being already a Sufficient num
ber of families lv the Immediate vicinity to
warrant this necessary improvement. The lo
cation of this laud on the Pacific Coast rail
road, with the station of Verde right 011 the
tract, offers valuable transportation facilities
lor the shipment of every kind of grain, vege
tables, egg* aud dairy produce to Port Harford,
and thence by steamer to San Francisco, Los
Angeles aud other large centers for distribu
tion.and at tho lowest cost. The early com
pletion of the Southern Pacific's new coast
line, which will bi\ tho scenic overland route,
will bring thousands of permanent lettlera to
this county's rich valleys and load to an ad
vance in the prices of all real estate which will
far excel the anticipations of the most san
guine. The county being on the eve of great
prosperity, the present is the most favorable
time for speculators to invest or for home-
Keekers to get located, it is a splendid prop
erty for a colony subdivision, and 11 sold in a
eh lj can be had'for the very low price of $25
p. r acre.
Terms exceptionally easy; % cash, balance
lung time.
Do not fall to investigate this, as the price is
far less than is asked ior much of the adjoin
ing Land. Address
MORO BAY IMPROVEMENT CO.,
131 % s. Brcaaway, 1 os Angele?.
' 5-30-thur-sat-sun-lues-tf
SA LE —BY
< MOORE A\ PARSONS,
339 W. second st.
So-jii |— Ofie of ihe nicest lit He 5-acre navel
,),)tRr orange pieces anywhere; ebeautl
ui place, with lovely surroundings; abun
anee water; nice 4-room, hard-finish cottage,
urn. big shade trees, flowers; must ho seen to
•o half appreciated; just what you are looking
or
<''' il I acres iv Calaveras covnty;
r\H"fw good house, 8 rooms; ham, granary,
Sheds and chicken-houses; 6 miles from town
an*' mi road; near schools, churches, etc.;
friOOO Incumbrance, can remain indefinitely.
SI I X Hur '"' ilt Anaheim: 5-room
*MfM"-" house, barn, chicken-house; 250
wainu l trees, assorted fruits; 2 acres alfalfa
(20.)
I\lHi At KKS FOOTHILL LANDS AT FROM
l»)UU $15 to $75 an acre.
ORANGE, ALFALFA AND ALL KINDS OF
RANCH PROPERTY.
Sit IWHI H \~ :tr> ACRES AT IRA ETON; GOOD
house, barn ami outbUl Mines:
plenty .vater; 12' a acres nawls and Mediter
ranean sweets; assorted frnLs in abundance;
12 SCrei apricots and peached, full bearing;
8 acres alfalfa, <1 barley: could be divided it
desired; a ncautiful property in a choice lo
eality.—2o.
4-roiL A GILT. EDGE PROPERTY AT
Gardena; 12 acres; 10 in alfalfa: 2
in si ra wherries; 5-room, hard-li uish house;
large barn, shingled, with cement floor; good
water right and a 70x70 reservoir, gasoline
engine, good engine house, ISO gallons water
per mint'te; abundance water to sell; here is
something that is not rubbish.—3o.
gbrtlWAA—lo acres orange land at Mentone;
3kw i \t\} water flume lengthwise; a sure
enough bargain. ,'22)
gb I \(MV"- lm) teres limber land in Sonoma
ffplOuU county; good road and near ship
ping point. (37)
1 XIM k— 20 acres fruit land at Etiwanda
r7J**t*j"Rr with water right. (33)
MOORE & PARSONS,
Exclusive Agents and Investraeet Brokers.
. 229 W. Second st. 30
MAYNE
-400 South Broadway,
Can tell you all about Sau Diego; he lives
there; he knows a gentleman who lives in Los
Angeles thai is one of the largest property
owners in Sau Diego county who wishes to
turn some of it into Los Angeles property; ills
land is among the very choicest In Son Diego
county, which means tne best in the state: it
is located in the famous El Calon valley, has
plenty of water, is all under cultivation, deep
soil: near railroad, churchi s, post
office, surrounded by fine homes; if you want
a most delightful place for a home", tind out
about San Die«o: pure water, magnificent
location, delightful climate; the best of lami
ist low prices; the finest lemons and oranges
'grow ninl he state como from y an Diego; Riv
erside dealers buy the most id the navel orange
■crop, affording 0 good market, 11 being con*
rjredod that Han Diego furnishes navel oranges
(■superior to any grown in the world; all this is
HOWS to most people; if you want to know
more about it call and see me.
MAYNE,
29tf 400 South Broadway.
SALE—A GREAT BARGAIN IN RANCH
property if sold within v week; also hand
some residence property, forsale at a great
. bargain if sold this week. H. M. RUSSELL Ai
CO, 149 S. Broadway. Ih-Sat-Su
T74OR SALE AT A BARGAIN. ATGLKNDALE
; I a paying fruit ranch, 85 acres, 00 shresa
1 water piped, SOO hearing oranges, 1000 hear
• ing apricots, 500 bearing peaches, 250 bearing ■
prunes,2GoFrench prunes, 2 yi-arsold; 300
apricots, 8 years; 20u Kelscy Japan plums 4
room house, bam, CtC- This is a place that
anyone can make money on and is growing
better and more valuable ull lhe time: wil!
.ake house and ot iv the city as part pay, bal
ance ou easy terms. A. K. CRAWFORD, 205
S. Broadway. 0-13tf
\ ORE AGE.—O-acre tracts and upwards; six
miKs irom Los Augeles; neurit. R. Bta- {
tion; finest Scenery; best society; plenty 1
of water ior Irrigation; will have 18 pas- |
senger trn n> per day shortly, t ropa 1
goud etery year. Prices reasonable. W.
11. HoLAIiiRD. 404 So. Broad wav, Loa
Augeles, 5:8o-tf
EL MORO
I who arc behind in ihelr payments on lots
in El Moro townslte will p ea-e enli at this
office and make payment at once. MORo RAY
IMPROVEMENT CO. Oflice, 121U S. Broad-
W»y. 0-80,0-1,0.3
t If*YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO BUY,"sei 1
1 r.ruse ha nge yon will find that it pays to ad
<vi-e vi 11.• want columnn of 'The Herald.
Yht> popularity of these small adverdsomen,s
and Tho Herald's largo and rapidly increasing
Circulation insure results. ti
FOR SALE.-COUNTRY PROPERTY
flOOO.
$1000,
ftooo,
$1000,
jpOR SA LE
VY hat do you tliiiiU of 40 Acres of fine, level
land, along the railroad ami within 10 mtlea
of Los Angeles and ' 4 mdc of station and &4
mile of store and poMofhce, with daily mail,
for
$1000 SPOT CASH?
There is a 30x30 house, which needs a whole
lot of ropslrs—say 000—Snfl then it Is warth
$dOO at least; Uero Is sn unfinished wall
which Cost a whole loi over $200, and It will
take $*5 toB*o to finish It—then you will
have more water then you know what to do
wilh.
It cost $15 a n acre to clear this land.
The improvements ate worth,as they arc, not
less than $<inO.
That lea yes 40 acres costing you $'200 less
than nothing!
Besides this we will give you five acres ad
joining, for nothing.
HOO feet elevation; railroad, 9 stations, post
office, store, school; lli miles from city.
Forslut/0 spot cash.
Title perfc t or no sale.
We have otner lands in same vicinity which
are no better and have no improvements at
all* and it Will cost $15 to $20 to clear, and !
the owners thing $40 to $70" a give-away
price.
You can't duplicate this land for $2500.
Wo are es elusive agents, v will cost you
nothing to get full particulars.
F, 11. BARCLAY A DAUGHTER,
333> a S. Broadway.
$1000
$1000
30
>TOTICE TO REAL ESTATE DEALERS—
1 The best evidence that it pays to adver
tise In The Herald is the fact that nearly all
the leading dealers in the city are represented
in its "For Sale" columns and they tind that
it pars. These advertisers are iiot experi
menting. They are wideawake busiue-s men.
They have thoroughly tested The Herald as an
advertising medium ami aro so well satisfied
with the results that they stick to the propo
sition. 5-24tf
TTtTHAT DO YOU THINK OF 40 ACRES OF
yy good level land, close to railroad, post
office und store, and within 10 miles of Los
Angeles, for $1000 spot oash? f"We throw iv a
house badly out of repair but worth $350, and
an Unfinished well which coat 0 er $200, ami
also give you five acres or' land adjoining for
nothing ) see advertisement iv country prop
erty column. We ere exclusive agents. F, v.
BARCLAY & DAUGHTER, 222»j South Broad
way. 80
1740R SALE OR EXCHANGE - A VERY
1 choice and desirable 10-acre tract in South
Santa Monica; hason it 3 acres of choice va
riety of deciduous fruits: price $2500. This is
a bargain. Address BRYANT BROS., 211 W.
First st., rooms l and 2. tf
IFOR's ALE—IO-ACRE ORANGE RANCH, AT
Duarte, the blue ribbon orange section; 10
shares of stock in the best water company in
Southern California. Apply to A. STEVENS
HALSTED room 117 Bryaou Block.
F-ol; HALF—IO ACRES IN ALFALFA AD-
Jolntng Los Angeles, $2000; also fine Chick
en ranch. R. D. LIST, 123., W. Second. f_23tj
BUSINESS PERSONALS
I >ERBOKAL—COFFEE, FRESH ROASTED
everyday. Java and Mocha, 35c; mountain
coffee, 140 c; ri lbs good ten, $ I; 50 lb sack Hour,
Ssc; S lbs corn meal, 15c; 3 cans (dam-*, 25c;
4 cans oysters, 25c; keg Holland herrings, 75c;
can cocoa. 10c; condensed jelly, sc; rt lbs
I tapioca, 35c; 10 lbs beans, 25c; roll good but
ler. '_'sc; S lbs pears, 25c.; 50 bars soup, $1; 10
I lbs lard, 75ci pork. 8c; bacon, 11c. ECON
j OMIC STORES, 305 S. Springst. IS
I ¥JKRSONAL— RALPHS BROS.—GOLD BAR
I 1 flour, 05n: city Hour. 8O0; granulated
i sugar, 11) lbs $1; brown sugar. 22 lbs $1; 7 lbs
' rolled wheat or oat-, 25c; sardines, 5 boxes
! 25c; tomatoes, 3 cans 20c; 7 bars German
[ family soap, 25c: 5 gallons oil, $1.05; gasoline
, $V.TOi 2 packages morning meal, 15c; l*rd,
10-Dican, 75c; Eagle milk, lie. 001 s. Spring
street, corner sixth.
]F YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO BO V. SELL
or exchange you will Ond that it pays to ad
vertise in the want columns of The Herald.
The popularity of these small advertisements
apd The Herald's large and rapidly increasing
circulation insure results. If
TpHE LATEST STYLE REGENT SUITS MADE
L by crack eastern tailors for $35, we will sell
for $15 ifwooanflt you. MISFJTCLOTHING
PARLORS. 223-2iis W, Second street, between
Spring and Broadway. tf
PERSONAL— SCREEN DOORS, ONLY $1;
1 window screens, BOu new, 25csecond hand;
Iron boards, 40c; 3t;-foot extension ladders,
! only $5. ADAMS „ SHELDON, blO S. Broad-
I way. Tel. 900. 1:20
TTARRY, DID YOU SEE THE NOBBY PAIR
X_ of pants that 1 bought for $3.50 at 'he Mts-
FIT CLOTHING PARLORS, 233-325 W, Second
St., between spring and Broadway. ' if
A TTENTION—FULL DRESS SUITS FOR
j:V hire, suitable for balls, parties and recep
tions, at the MISFIT I) LOTH ING PARLORS.
223-225 \V. second su, bet. Spring snfl uro^g
»** tl
WRY PAY A MERCHANT TAILOR $91 FOR
a suit when you can get the same thine
for 915 at the MISFIT CLOTHING PaHLOKs,
898-830 W. Second si, between Spring and
Broadway? tf
1 >E RSON ; 1 HAND RE A D
1 free; every hidden mystery revealed: life
read Irom cradle to grave without a mistake;
10 a.m. toB. p. m. lll'a W. Third. 7
MISFITM AND UNCALLED FOR GARMENTS
at less than half your tailor* prices, *t
the MISFIT cL /THING PARLORB, 223 -225 W.
Becona st', betweon spring and Broadway. tf
T A DIES—YOUR OLD HATS' MADE, NEW,
Js 50 cents. STRAW WORKS, 454 Spring
si reel. JilO
1 >El;sonal.-MoRRIs Pays U IGH EST CASH
I price ior genii-.' second-hand Clothing,
semi postal, f 11c. Commercial st. J2
JF Yo! \\ t \\ F ANYTHING TO BUY, SELL
. or exchange you will find that it pays ii ad
vertise in th.- want columns of The Herald.
The popularity nf these small advertisements
and The Herald's huge and rapidly increasing
ci renin t ion insure results . t f
I > ANTS TU A 1 WEI IE MADE TO ORDER FOR,
$12 we sell for $ii si the MIPIT'I CLOTH*
ING I'ARLuKS, 223 225 W. second St., be
tween Spring and Broadway. tf
PALMISTRY
PALMISTRY -THE C ELK Bit a I'ED EURO.
I pean occult scientist, Prof. A. Myers, palm
ist, pseychometrlit nud phrenologist, who has
examined the bands of most of tlie- crowned
heads of Europe, has arrived in Los Angeles
and Intends to remain here for some time. By
palmistry he reveals accurately the past, pros
en I and future of too Individual; gives descrip
tions of every member of your family, the de
coated as well es the living; also the descrip
tion Of. the one you have married and the one
you will marry; tells country 0 birth, age and
how long you will live {describes per fee lly your
present cirou*»*tanees, and 110 ma tip 1 how dif
ficult they are, by his advice you will be able
to avoid obstacles and aided to success. As a
paychometrist he is unequalled. He v. ill locate
Buy ailment or disease more accurately than
autopsy would do, and by this gift and power
has heiped many who had give 1 up all hope.
All who are about to make a change should
consult him, as his advice is reliable and bene
llclal, Tells past present and future in . encral
(or $1. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed or no
pny. Free—Free—Free medical diagnosis from
Bto 10 a.m. Readings from 10 am. 10 7 pm.
Parlors, the Norwood, 550 ti. Hill itiee,,cor
iior -ixih. ti-4
MEDICAL
DR. THATCHER'S MAGNETIC GARMENTS
for the euro of chronic diseases; invest!
gut ion solicited.
BRYANT BROS., general agents, rooms 1
3 Nn 21 1 W, F1 rat mt liP
NURSEJtY
I > la NTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTToIPaT luS
duced rates at Lus Augeles Nursery, 340 S.
Broadway* 8-lu
LOS ANGELES BLEUALD: TUriISDAY MOIJMXC, MAY 1893.
_ v ._^^^^ANCIAL
PACIFIC LOAN CO.—
dncorpo-a'ed.)
oldest gstahllihed in los Angelea
1 horottghly reliable.
Tonns made in any amounts on all kinds of
collateral reeurlty, diamonds, Jewelry, seal- 1
skins, merchandise. Fates, cc. Also on "pianos,
futnlture and h iisehold goods, in either prl* 1
vale house-, lodging, boaidihg houses or ho- 1
tela without removal from, tee premises. Par*
tial payments received; money quick, busi
aessconlldenTia . Private office for Indies.
W. Ei DaGROOT. manager,
Rooms 3, 8 and 4, 114 s.Spring sV 1
ftNION loa;*company.
U Stimson Block, ,
Loans money on all kinds of collateral secur-
*"d iurnl-
Lra !■ feßKtt sMwftM houses and oa
HSMS EHHr »'"> «» bends, storks
eteYssettgagei: 15* interest: rate •* at once"
bUSlnesaeoaldseHsl: private ofttfce for ladies.'
room 113. cf.ARK A. ill aw, manager, reaai
Ul and 113, lirst floor, stimson bio *st
MONEY TO LOAN on DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc ; also on
pi anon, merchandise, lion and steal safes, fur
niture in lodging bonnet, b ..ard lng-houses and
hotels without removal; also on city and conn- '
try property; low interest; can have money at
once; business confidential; private office for
ladies. GEO. S. ROBINSON, 233 W First St.,
rooms 3 and 3.
I" 8~. COHN
Jt The Los Angeles Pawnbroker, lit; N.
Main St., loans money on diamonds watches,
Jewelry, firearms, pianos, libraries and all
other collateral securities; also sells unre
deemed pledges for money loaned and one
month's interest added ; make no mistnke.it
is tne reliable L. B, COHN, the los Angeles
Pavt nbroker. 9, *
1> 01 N DX X TKR & WADSWOETII,
305 W. Second at,, buy aud sell mortgages,
stocks, bonds slid any good securities; if you
wish to lend or borrow, or invest iv real estate,
call on us; collections made and property
managed for non-residents. 28ti
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY OR COUNTRY
real estate; lowest rates; personal notes
or security, warrants, di count mortg-ges or
any negotiable papers.' For sale, tirst-clasß
guaranty mortgages, interest 0 net. JOHN I.
PAVKOVICH. 220 West First. 3-21 tf
\\M; HAVE $16,000 TO LOAN IN SUMS OF
" $10,000 to the whole amount, on inside
bull neat pioperty, at 0 per eout interest. Ad
dress BRYANT BROS., 211 W. Hirst St., rooms
I and 2. tf
fjtOß INFORMATION CONCERNING PER
.I manent, first-class, well secured Invest
ments, netting from taxes and commission 1
seven to ten per cent; addre>s INVESTMENT,
Box 347, Pasadena, CaL 1m
TftWf.Y TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
.ivl anygood collateral: business strictly con
fidential; loans negotiated on city and country
property. W. R. DEMING, 211 W. First street,
room 15.
npo LOAN - UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
X Fmall loans; no commissions; light ex
pease. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
2^.75. Spring.
ty b" HAVB CALLS FOR SUMS OF MONKY
yy from $500 to $3501) on suburban and
outside property. BRYANT BROS. 211 W,
First st., rooms I and 2. tf
rpHE IMPERIAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
1 company, Potomac building, 217 south
Broadway. H-21
A SMALL MONTHLY INVESTMENT WILL
Wenable you in a short time to buy a lot or
build a houao. IMPERIAL SAVING AND LOAN
CO., 30 Potomac block. 28
'if oney- to~Toan "In siwFTo~sriT,lLT
i>l current rates. FRANKLERCH, room 13,
23o l -j s. Spring. 5-20H
TO 'I.OAN— $3000 ON CITY
Apply to A. STEVENdHALSTED, roomil7.
Bryson block.
M O NEV TO LO AN IN LA ROE AND SMAI. I,
amounts, long or short time. S. P. CREA*
SINGER, litis, itroadway. 3-3
0 LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT~AT
reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. BOSBY
SIIELL, llti S. Broadway. tf
MONEY TO LOAN -SMITH~A O' BRIEN, 167
s. Broadway. 2-stf
> Desirable Tenant o . Will Be «
1 IVOOMS FOR RENT s " r « ■ F,w as >
C J/V r,an y People Will Be Leav >
V lng the City for the Summer. C
!But .you can rent your rooms the year round $
by advertising in |
. • The Herald For Rent Columns . . . |
The rates are Low, but the Results Are Always Satisfactory. f
SPECIALISTS
tiin-TlUs" ADVERTISEMENT IMjA 1
ffl/lv worth (JJUHo you if you have OlWj
rheumatism, catarrh, lung troubles, stomach I
orblOnddisorders, female troubles, skin (lis- j
ease, diseases of the eye, car, nose or ihrt-at.
nervous disorders and all private diseases of j
am* nature.
Present this ad. at ttic Dispensary and you j
will receive
ONE MONTH'S TREATMENT AND ADVICE
FREE OF cost,
Only a small cha-nf being made foi raed- |
iclie. This olfor ia worth iHIO to you in cold,
hard cash, and is made io Introduce Dr. It a- I
dona's celebratftd Spanish Roined.es on this
ooast. Thespecialists itycharve of the Pis j
penHßTy are direct from our home otlice in
New York and are tbe most eminent and skill
ful physicians to be ound in California.
Remember we cure all diseases of men and ;
women, rift matter now long standing. Thou
situd* of testimonials can ho seen ai the Ids
pensarv. Rrniß this ad. We have cured thou- j
sands In every city in this country and can ;
cure you
SPANISH DISPENSARY,
. Root** c. 6an. 0, 220 W. First St.,
5-ytt Los Angcley. Cal. |
[P YOIT lIAVE ANYTHING TO BUY* SELL !
or exchange you will find that it pays to ad* j
vertlse lv the want columns of Tne Herald, i
The popularity of these (-mail adveriis«rnents I
and i he lie raid's Urge and rapidly increasing j
circulation insure results. ti ,
IJI t:. SANBORN. M. I., HOMOEOPATHD 1 j
• ohysti iftn and surgeon obstelriCS anddis
eases Of women and children a itpeotallj .
Hours 10 to 12 a. ni ,210 -4 p Ui,; Sunday.-, by
appointment only. 455 ti, Broadway. &-20 j
\LL CITRON IC dIsEaSBH cTTrED UY THE '
Brlu kerb off system without pain or knife;
discuses of women n specialty. Mil. II L
\v *.'.!> «t 00., 421 s.. Main, "pp. P.O. (I*4 j
Mi D, EYE. eall'nosk I
\T» 11 nd throat; hours. 0lo; -J a m , l; 8 »to.l
ft:hip in. THE BROADWAY,between fourth :
and I'jllh sis,; elephone 1000. 5 113 m
nil. U. 0, COLLiNB, OPITIAI-MH" OPTIC
Lan, with the Loa Angeles optical Instt- I
1 ute: ■ye exmni ned free. 1 2-> S. Bprltig -1.
EDUCATIONAL
BUSINESS COLIJ-OE
X [incorporaledi, ill'-. Main sr. The largesi
and mo>i thoroughly practical business trulu- |
ing school in lhe city; is open the entire year,
day and even I Mr**, special summer session will
open June UUh. All branches Included in th"
sixth, seventh eiguih 11 id high school grade-* 1
will be taugnt by aide instructors. Also |
special work at reduced rates in penmanship, :
bookkeeping, shorthand typewriting and tel
egraphr by the beat expert toucher*! oi these
subjects in the city All Interested are cor
dially invited 10 \ isir. the collctje, and inspect :
Its workfngH, taud for catalogu . v. R. Khra* j
dcr. pres.: F. \V. Uelsey, vice-pres,; 1 N. In- I
3keep, see. I
W'ttOIHUM! V BUSINESS coi l !' 1 (INCOR
?l porated), 2211 S. spring st.. is ihe oldesl I
and la'gest commercial school i* l Hout< c m
California; the most beautiful college rooms j
and equipments to be lotted in the siate; ele- j
vator for pupils' use; a large faculty of expc- I
rieooed and able instructor*; open the entire j
year; both day and evening sessions; a prac
tical English" course, n thoroiiab bus
course and a course in shorthand ami type
writing, unuiniii experienced stenographer.
Write or call for Illustrated catalogue and full •
Information. O. A. HOUGH, Ires.; N *>. \
PELaTKII, Vice Pres. MO ly \
Tl6 NA I, IN FOI tM A TION TO j
j school trustees about teachers: families I
about governesses or tutors; traveler'- about
ctiuiianions; parents attout schools teachers
about vacancies and preparation for county 1
examinations. H077 positions filled. Flak 1
Teachers' Ageneits; C. C. BOYNTON, Matmvor,
120? a S. Spring. 12 tf
THROOP POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, PA*
arte it a. offers manual t raining, Slovd, a»t,
lilerarv. scientific, classical and normal de
partment!*. See exhioit in S'inisou Block, Los I
A'.geles, or address PRESIDENT C. 11. Ut YES, 1
Pasadens,
C HOIITHAND, LONCLIiY INSTITP IE. DBA 1 1- j
O bury Block. .Special rates for summer term.
8-17
IJITMAN SHORTHAND SCHOOL, WILSON
block; 12 lessons Tel. 1084.
FOR SALE~niSCEU,ANF.OI' ? !
\' r.Rio I HE
first panics who wish t» establish, with
the proper machinery, a creamery or cheese
factory in Elizabeth Lake Yt, Hey, my lake
ranch, on In le»>e at very lOeaouabie icrnis;
lirst year at h«H rental: will also if desired,
sell fanning machinery and my dairy stock at
low figures! :tii head of good, ceutie milch
cows, Ift head heifers, all ol which will have j
caWes before July, and also will sell ny other
young stock aild 42 bead of and some
poultry,
1 hit*ranch will keep over HM) head slock:
plenty rutthtns water and hue green meadows i
!i months' Of each year; so seres in w heat and
barley, 2 acres in garlen, 4 acres corn and
potatoes: alfalfa grown to perfc tion: the bal
ance of the laud in good pastures; place i«
well fenC tl in fields and has comfortable new
buildings.
Surrounding ranches Will sell large ipianti- 1
ties oi milk 10 this , refinery
For further particulars in«iulre ol 1". VEYS
SET, Elizabeth Lake, or TL R. RiSDON. 221 S.
Broadway, Los Angeles. Cal. 28-30 0-9
t F YOU HAVE ANYilllN'i TO BUY, SELL
J or exchange you will dud that it pays to ad
vertise In tiie want columns of The Herald.
'I he popular! ty of these smsl! advei tis< ments
and Hie Herald's largo And rapidly increasing
circnlalion insure results. tf
ri OLD MINES—WE HAVE A VERY FINE
* f gold pioperty (or sale Price, bond, and
terms most favorable. Also interest in some
good properties at Perris, CaL, for develop
ing ssuie. Parties huv ng mining property 10
sell or dispose of will do well to see us LOY &
HL'RIN, 338 8. BioaduHy. If
I/O R"SALE—140 EGG PETALUMA INCU
y bator with brooders; cimap.
A light strong buggy wagon at a bargain. I.
T. MAR UN, 451 s. cpring 31
IM)R SALE —UPRIGHT PIANO FORHiISO,
' easy payment": will rent; money to loan
on pianos. 600 S. Broadway.
IM)U BALE — A sINOLE TOP Bl t.t.Y. IN
J f-ir condition, for $25. Apply to Westmin
ster Stables, Fourth st.. b»l0W Main 5-10
POI! SALE—IoO.OOO OLD POST VGE ST A.M PJ
J 1 cheap. T„ Box 20, tblsomce.
ITSOn SALE—L-HORSE POWER BOILER,
1 cheap. 454 s. Spring. 2s-2;t-jU
IJTOR SALE OLD pTpERS IN QUANTITIES
_j_t_osuit, at tlii« otlice.
DENTISTS
A. .I REMOVED'TO OPI'O
Site Log Ai geles 1 healer bulldlntt—four
rears in Los Angeles. Fine gold crown (small]
.fn; best silver tilling, $1,110; best set teeth,
ifilO; best gold plate, 830. Painless extract- ,
ing IJ -^ ;)
ISS2— Established— I -»2
DR. L. W. WELI4B— EXTRACTION PAIN
ICSSi good crowns, bridge work and teeth
without plates a specially, corner spring and
First sts , Wilson Block. Telephone lOtHi
\ DAMS BROS' DENTAL PABLORS.23m.jS
Spring st : painless extraction ami tilling
I late, 80, 88, WO; all work guaranteed; eatal
I kahed io years. Hoars 0-0, Sundays 10-13.
i r"nriCREfCHRAUM. DENTIST] 218 south
\ I* Broadway, entranc * through Weatervelt's
Studlft ollicc hours, 8:30 to la and Ito 5.
VLBAN V DENTAL PA RLOR — OERMA v -
American Bank building A set of t eth,
80; best s. 8 white teeth. #10 per set.
! STEVENS. 321... S. SPRING ST.
I F Open Sundays and evenings; hlectrlc
1 light.
DR." \C 1 1. HOWARD, DENTISr, ROOMS 3 22.
323 Bradbury block. 0-1 I
OR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, 108.. N. SPRING
lb, rooms 2, 0 and 7. Pstnleilextraction.
■rar H. masser. m d.. d. i>. s., ollice 245
\\ • spring st. Moderate prices. s-2l
DR. W. P. TICKER, DENTIST,
sprin;; st. r, s
SHORTHAND
M A V ELLH>T,STKNOi iR A I'll El! A N fh'Ol'Y
ist 203 Bradbury block, 'lei. 1373. (M 5
RESTAL'RANTS
I[IIRBT-CLABB MEALS FOR li'C AT SILVER
Moon Restaurant, 240 s. Main. U 13
I MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY
j\|ISS EDITH DARREI.L, FORMERLY OF
j j.y I Boston, is now i crmanently located ot 1
I 3."5' 3 s. Spring st., rooms 11 and 13; magnetic !
j and massage Laths given; model ate p Iciest
j MAY BTOXK- ~~ j
Massage nnd alcohol baths Room 22, 138)4 1
North Spring street, second (loot, 0-39 !
1 lE* ADAME DE LEON, ELITE HAITI Rooms.
i aVI 4 10.; s. Spring 11 reel, Mrs. Eli. Ed a aids. :
I manager; elect)ic, sea suit, tub, shower and
; other baths; massnao aud magnetic treatment, 1
itf MX 1". GREY AND AS-IST A NT, MAS
,vl sage, elec rlclty and hatha. Gradcute 1
J Masseuse, 310 S. spring Select patronage, j
\LMA WORTH-MASSAGE; SELECT PAT
ronage, Room 4, iiiyi North spring
j street. O-lo !
lOLAI OLA LIViN<JSTON.'"i:»s 4 N* -PR 1 S\ . S \\.
4 room 3; alcoholic baths a dmasisge o*o
' 00l THE IN LADY GIVEe ALCOHOL
j S l "" 1 '*' '*° <s '- yUliu • ■oo'"-- OHi
MUSICAL
ITF YOL HAVE ANYTHING TO BUY, SELL
[.1 or PXCbangO you will find thai it pays to ad
, vertse in th want columns of The Herald,
■ The popularity nf these small advertisements
! niul The He a d's large aud .apully Increasing
1 circu ntloil Insure results. If
I.'OR SALE WEBER I' I'll P■ HP Pi A NO;
mahogany case, latest »t>Te; this lustra*
j ment Is lirst class lit every rt'Hpcct; in usoo-ie
. year; brought here last January from New
1 York by a gentleman who will leave for the j
easi in v low days; a bargain. Address box
j no .1 30
; I/ORSAI.E El EG ANT hTOCK OEM A N DO- I
• I Una, wholesale prices, A. G. GARDNEB,
j 1 IS Winston st. 0-37
I" lOR SALE-FINE KIM R\LL PIANO," HJI7S
»ash; bargain. Address r, iox 2t', this
1 office,
PLUMBERS
Jl' YOU HAVE ANYTHIN ♦ TO BUY, SELI", i
1 or exchange yon will find that It pays to ad*
1 yorjlsu In ih - want column-, of The Herald.
; The popularity of these ►mall adveitlseinents
; and I be Herald's large nud rapidly increasing
circulation insure results. tf
OO NOT FAIL TO GET FUiURES FROM
Vend rgrlff & Crlppe'i on your plumb ng
I ami sewer work, 223 W. Fourth St, 0 0
IShank1 Shank a. wkinshank, plumber and
1 gaaflHer. 240 c. ■ imlsi, Tel. i::o
I A TTORNEYS-A T-LA XV
\f ICTOIt MONT'IOMERY—
Attoruey-at'law,
132 Stimson blOOk, Los AllgelCS. TO-1
/ ~H martin, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 139
! V • N. Spring, loom 11. S-2d
j A LBERI s. LONG LEY, ATTORNEY-ATI
IJ\ law, 5 and 7 Law bld'g, Tempiest. 0-0
I>ECK & FOLEY. ATTOIiNEYS-AT-LAW, 9
.and 9, Moore block, UOCoUTtst
| BATHS
' |j-*LECTRIcm IN H'sVAKlol's POHMSi
; fir chronic diseases cured, MRS. DR mayor,
I 4.~i3'.. S. Spiingsl. «> 21
CONTRA C TORS
CONRAD SCHEKER- GRANITE, BITUMIN
our and as nil ii It navj tur. 237 W. !■ list st,
HAIRDRESSER
\H R-. s L. SLAUGHT HaTrdRESSER. has
fjrl rcmcvi'i lio \Ht S. Main s( ( ;. I I
PHRENOLOGIST
PROF. RON NELL, PHRKNOLOtiIS'I, HAS
returned. Oflice 331 C, s. Spring si., room
1 10. 27
PHYSICIANS
\/ -MicLkK, NtU'AY. Wa GCAK
• a\. en tee imme Hate re ief nfidperm«
nen* cue for catarrh, rlio uuatism. tumor,
Cancer, s tin diseaseof any nt her disease known
10 human Scab. Sneoessfnliy treated by mull,
For foil information aodresi, Mth -1 tents
.-tamps, or eali tit the olliee, King l.iniinent
Medical Company/, 35 'U ft Mam at, Loa An
geles, Cal. DBS KING A JONES. 8-18
I~~F~YfTr HAVE ANYTHING TO B»'Y, PELL
nr exebance you will tind that it pays to ad
r< rtise In the want columns of The Herald.
The popularity of these small advertisements
and The Herald's large aud rapidly increasing
circulation insure results. tf
DP.. KYVOX'i, THE EMINENT CHINESE
Physician aud Surgeon.
Office 1 lo'.j ?oiitli Broadway. 8-31
\f RS DR. J. M. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MID
.II wiiery, Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Tel. 111».
DX ARBNSBEItG GRADUATE UNIVER
sity Berlin. Tis-aso, ol thcsoxual organs
► peeially; obstinate cases cured, 217 s. Mam.
PERSONAL
fF >'OU HAVE ANYTHING TO BUY. SELL
J. or exchange you will tind that it bays to ad
vertise in the want columns of The Herald.
The popularity of these small sd vertise meats
and The Herald's large and rapidly increasing
circulation insure results. tf
WILLIAM, iMt sr LEAVE FoTTf HE~OLD
n Stamping grounds sooner than 1 ex
pected. Address me there and send the money
to Mary 111 It. SAM. 0-2
"WILL THE YOUNG MAN WHO ASSISTED
11 the lady to mount her horse on N. spring
st,, on Wednesday, please send his address to
Ml6B T. V.. this omee. ti it
\roUNG M aN, age 27, well e») ueetcd, desires
, act) un in lance of you 11*4 la ly; objet t, social
enjoyment. Box 40 R. 0-2
\y. W. W~ ".l'is'at THE SAME HOTEL HE
yy stopped at befoio, and will stay till ihe
nun. 1; t. ti 2
NOTARIES _
i) I>. LIST, NOTARY PUBLIC. LEGAL PA
-11 • pers carefully drawn at 120' a W. Second.
G-22
BICYCLE FACTORY
rpHE PACIFICj ROME MADE, HAND MADE,
_i best made, 111 <i' I lr<m«i n ay. 14
CHIROPODISTS
tfISS C. STAFFER < UlßopoDlsT LADIES
■M tniniseuse, 21 ■.' W. Hrst st , opp Nadaeu
LINES OF TRA YEL
" SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA
JjBgj£ RAILWAY
Pmivc and arrive at
Tra ns via I'asadena ar-
'' v ° Downey-ave. station
&i&i s &~ttT%rK "• mm earlier west-hound
and learc 7 mm. latcreast
rC-TT .
I CHICAGO LIMITED.
Through to Denver, Kansas city, Chicago, St.
Louis and l ast.
Leaves sioo p in. Ar Ives 9:33 am.
OVER LA hD EXPRESS.
Through to Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, St.
Louis and East
Leaves 700 a m. Arrives 8:30 p in.
~ SAN DIEGO TRAINS.
Leave B.'lfl a m, 4 :25 p m.
I Arrive 1:15 p m, tf :15 p m.
SAN BERNARDINO RED LANDS AND HIGH
LANDS LOOP.
P—Leave 7:00 9:00 am; e4:00,4:45, ftiOOpm,
o~ Leave al 1:0ti am, 5:35 pin.
P—Arr.ve D, 0:35, n!l:50, 9:00 am; 31:35, 6:30
pin.
o—Arrive 10:10 am. cO;48 pm.
RIVER.-IDE AND t'lh 'lON TRAINS.
P—L aye 7:00, 9;00 am :» 1 :UO, 4 .45 poi.
O—L-nve alt :(M em 4:3 ft pm.
P—Arrive a 1:35 pin, 0:30 Im.
0— Arrive lu:l5 am. 0:45 tun.
MONROVIA AZTJSA AND INTERMEDIATE.
Leave O:t»0 am, 1:35, a 4:00, nas:oo, a j :30,
0:00 pm
j Arrive a 7:35, 8:55, fta9:3s, 0:50 am; a 1:35,
;;: "»"), o ,3ii pm.
PASADENA TRAINS,
Leavt 7:00,0:00 am, 1 35, a 4:00, 4:45, 5:00,
a5;30, 0:50 pm.
Arrive a 7:33, 8:55. 9:33, a():59, 9:51 am;
a 1:3.i 3:55, 0:30 p m.
\NAuEIM .Mi SANTA ANA TRAINS
Leave 8:15 hm, a 3:00, 4:25 pm.
Arrive am. 1 ;15. tt:4s pm.
SANTA MONICA AND OCEAN PARK TRAIN'S
Leave 0:00, HcOOum, 1:40,5:25 pm
A 1 rive s \ if}, 10:15 tun, 3: t > 1 :40. aaO :10 pm.
Ri-.i'ONDo BEACH TRAINS
Leave 9:UO, lOjuOnm 1:40,5:15 pm.
Arrive 9:3;*, lo:45 a 111,3:43, 4:4", aa0:10 pm.
SAN JACIN I*o AND PER IMS TRAINS
P—l esve ttfl :0 j am. O-a 11 :0U am.
P—Arrive 1 :.(;"> pm. _j
ESCoNi'lliti 1 RAINS
Leave a 9:15 am, 5a4:35 pin,
Arrive a 1 ;lfl aeaO:43 jut..
TEMECILA TRAINS"
P - Leu ye aOIOO a l "' O all 100 A in.
P A rrive a 1 ;35 pm.
P • via Pasadena: 0 -via Ofay c; 1 -daily
fx.cpt Sunday froitl Highland lop; D'-Snh
flay only from Highland Loop: n — daily ex
tept Sunday; aa -Sundny only : ana—Sa; urday
only; aaait- Saiurd.lv and Moti.lay Otir) : all
oi her 1 ralfta daily.
Ei r idtc- feieopiug car etc . call
on or address E. W. UuGEK,
City Pn«>vUger a»d Ticket Agent. 13J North
spi 1 ii}; tftrvet and La Grande si a tion.
SOUTHERN PACIFH COMPANY,
TIME TA BLK, APRIL LI, 1895,
Arcade Depot, Los Angeles.
Leave tor DESTINATION. Ar.fmm
2 :'»o pm IS. Kraii., Sacramento/ 7 :30 am
7 ;45 )'in 1 and E *i. via Ogdeu. \ ) :le t m
7:45pm Portland Or I:4H pm
8:45 am ... El Paso and East.... 7:o<ipm
7.45 am 1 Riverside, 1 . 9:Moaia
H:l." am j Rod lauds. 1 Bl Sfl pm
b'J :sfi pm } San Bernardino .
4 [30 pra and I ~ 4 :"»* pm
Col lon, !, 7 :0 » pm
7:tsam 1 f s4:ldam 1
5 40 am i 1 ItslM' am
B3:00 pm )■ Pomona ,* si ;i5 pin
i 4:3opm 1 and ; 4:38 pm |
Ss:4spm J Ontario /mOptQ
1 S : t.i am Chino SB:H| am
4 (30 pm " 0:30 am
••
I 55:40 pm •' , 4 pm
0 iOO am Monrov.a 8 :2 I am
52:25 pin ' .... si ;2S pm
5 :15 pm .... " 4 :'-'0 pm
SilO am santa Barbara . . 1:44 pm
2 :'iu pm '• 10:10 pm
1 o;4oaui .. j Santa Ana B:44am
s2 00 pm ....> mid ?,, si :03 jnn 1
s:lopm *hl tier ( 4:39pm
s:lopm Tust n .... P:4J am
0: >1 am » Long Beach i . B:3lam |
1 idu pm > and ' 11 : ">7 am i
503pm .. - ' Sau Podro 4 :20 pm '
a9:3oam Santa Monica 7:4oam |
9:35 am .... " S :5l am
Alo:3onm " 13:13 nm
1:10 pm " a 4 [OO pin
a 4 :snpm, 1 4:sopm
pi 15 pm] " Aft: 40 pm
o:3d pm ' aOtflft pm
9:3 i am Soldiers' Home j 12:12 pm
o:3B.pm] 4 :. r >ti pra
0:35 am' .. Port Los Angeles .. j 12:12 pm
AlO :30 am, " .... ( 4:50 pra
1 :10 pm ... "
sS :io am j . ..Chatsworth Park | 53:40 pm
Chatsworth Park—l cave from and arrive at
River s otion (San Fernando street) only.
■Sundays excepted. aSundays only.
BA.NTA CATALINA ISLAND. j
Leave ior ARCADE DEPOT. Ar. from
1 :o0 pin Daily except Sunday . 11 :"i7 am
General Passenger otlice. 3203. spring'st.
Spine sii iisoiiie.
FRENCH LINE 'l'o HAVRE.
/■IOMPANVS PIER (NBWj NO. 42 NORTH
\. river, foot of Morion st., New York.
Travelers by this line avoid both travel by
English railway anu the discomfort of crossing !
the channel in a small h at.
La Champagne, April 27.
I,a i iaseogi c, May I
La Bourgogue, Muy 11.
Ln 1 ouraine, May is.
S*. w Yorw to Alexandria, Egypt, via Paris,
Hrst els is $100; second class, fllO*
For freight or passage apply 10
a. forget, Agent.
No. 2 Row ling Green. New York.
.1. J.- EI'C,A/| .v CO., agents. 5 Mon goinerv
nvc . bail Francisco, Tickets uro lor bale hy all
tailroad and steamship olliccs.
lO»LE»ONiI
502 SOUTH riAIN ST.
Cash Ad vancod on Consignment*.
Auction Sales of FURNITURE Every
Saturday from 10 a. m.
prompt ni-n riNS to COHafQNOM
NOTICK—AII sales o[ Ins Attgelet Auction i
ric .se will ai pear la position and paf* as I
licretn of Herald. j
LINES OF TRA VEL
m mm terminal ry
IN KFFKCT FEB. IP, IMS.
Los Augeles depot?: Fast end First Street and
Downey-a venue bridges.
Leave Lo* Angeles lor Leave Pasadena for
j'asadena, Los Angeles.
b «j :35 am h 7 ;lfl am
a 7;loam a 8 [OB SOB
a 8:00 am 1 a 8:05 am
a 9 :Uoam a 111 am
J a 10::i0ain k 13:80 pm
I Al2:-spin a 1 :«."> pm
a 1 ;40 pm a :\ ;0S pm
a 8:00 pm a -I :<>s pm
a 4:oopm a 5:25 pm
a 5 : - i0 pm : a 7 :(jr> pm
a 0 -.20 pm a B :<>"» pm
nll :B0 nm ii 1- :L'i nm
0 i lO.JO pm
Do wnay-a venue leaving t me 7~mtnutes later*
Leave Los Angeles tor Leave Altadena .lunc-
Altndena Junction. Hon ior Los Angeles*
A 0:00 am \ 10:1" am
a 10 ::10 am. A IS :«k> am
a I:4opm a 3:40 pm
a 4:00 pm A Q 100 pm
All trains start irom First-street depot.
Leave Los Angeles for Leave' llendale ior Lo
Glendale. Angeles.
b (»:40 am b 7 :W am
A 8(15 am . a W. 07 am
2 ;00 pm a — ;40 Piu
a 5:25 pm : 0:18 P
Leave Lus Angeles lor Leave Eaat Bah J'edro
Long iteach and Fast for
Sau Pedro. I.os Angeles.
a 7 :25 am
a 9:fJB pm c7:soam
o 1 :05 )nu Cll :20 am
i! 5:15 pm n 3:4opm
00t00pm.... cd :i5 pra
Between East Ba.a Pedro and Long Leach io
minutes.
" RUBIO CANYON AND KCHO MOUNTAIN.
Trains leave Los Angeles daily at Uti.m.,
1« :30 n.m.. 1:40 p.m., and 4 p. m.
FlnepaTlUon and hotel. Graud scenery.
The Wilmington Trans port at lon steamers
connect lor AvaJon at Last Ban Pedro wltti
train leaving Los Angeles i»:55 a.m. dally ex«
copt Sunday, returning at 8:1U p.m., except
Sunday.
a Dally, b Daily except Sunday*. 0 Sun
days only.
Stages meet the Ba.ra ana 12 ;29 p.m. trains
at Pasadeha for Mt, Wilson on no»T trait.
Passengers leaving Lol Angeles on the s a.m.
train for Mt. Wilson can return same day.
Special rates to excursions and picnic parties.
Depots east end oi First street and Downey
avenue bridges.
City ticket oflice, (Ireenwald's cigar storj,
corner Second and Spring stjet uJ.
Uenerai oflices, First-street depot
T. B. BURNETT, General Manager.
\V. Wlit(3UP, tUm. Passenger Agt.
nt. Lowe Railway
FOR TIMK TABLE BEE LOS ANGELES
TERMINAL RAILWAY.
pACIFIC COAST STEAMBHIP CO.
Goodall, Perkins *t Co., General Aecnta, Snn
Trancisco.
Northern routes embrace lines for Portland.
Or., Victoria, TL ('., and Paget Sound, Alaska
and all coast points.
SOUTHERN ROUTES.
TIMK TABLE* FOR MAY, 1305.
LBAVB BAM I'RANCISca
For—
Port Harford p. Corona, May 7, 15,
Santa Barbara UB, 31; June 8.
Redondo
Port Los Augeles H. S. Santa ttosa, May M,
Newport : 11, 1!J, J7; June 4.
Sau Diego ]
For— [5. S. St. Paul, May 5, 18,
Kast San Pedro 21. 89j JuneO.
I San Pedro and way 8. 8. Eureka, May 1, 9
ports j 17,25; .lun<>2.
I.K.IVE PORT I-OR aWGKUH AHO PIUKINno.
For— s. s. Santa Rosa, May 5, !
18. 81, -'!»; June (i.
Pan Diego 3. B.Corona, May 1, 0, 17, j
25; June 2.
For— S. S. Smta K>>sa, May 7,
San Francisco 15, 88,81; June 8*
Port Harford.... S. s corona. May 8,11,
Banta bar bars io. 27: June 4.
LBAVE SAN FBPBQ AND KAST BAN fEDBO.
For— S. S. F.ureka, May 4, 12,
Ban Francisoo and S.O, 38i Juneo.
way ports 3, 8 St. Paul, May 8, 10,
24; .June 1.
Cars to connect With steamers via San l'edro
leaves. P. R. It. (Arcade depot) nt sp. m. and
Terminal R, It depot at.*>: 15 p. m.
t.'ars hi connect, via Kedondo leave Santa Fo
depot at it) a. m., or from Redondo RailW ay
depot at 0 a. m.
cars to co.meet via Port Los Angeles leave
S. P. R. R, depot at 1:10 p. in. for steamers
north hound
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's oflice,
where berths may he leoured.
The company reserves the right to change
I the Steamers or their days of sailing.
For passago or frelgti t ns above, or for tickets
(o aud irom all important points in Uurope,
apply to
W. PARRIS, Agent.
Oflice : 124 W. Second ht.. Los Angeles.
Redondo Railway
DEPOT: Grand aye. and Jefferson st,
In effect 0 a. m. Thursday. May 30, ISOS.
Leave I.os Angeles Leave Redondo for
for Redondo, Loa Angeles.
A 8 :10 a.m. AO :45 a.m.
O:UA a.m. 7 : tU a.m.
1 :.*l5 p.m. 10:46 a.m.
6 :45 p. m* 4 ::t0 p.m.
a7:uo P.tu. AD : 15 p.m.
a Sundays only-
I For pii'senger and freight rates apply at
I depot, corner <irantl avenue antl Jefferson
I Street, 'Phone, West 1.
L. T. U tRNSEY, President
; .1. N. SCT'I ON". .-I! jie' iliteii.leiit.
Summons in Divorce
I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TIIE STATE
I I of California, In aud tor the county ol Loa
Angeles
William A. Waiters, plaintiff, vs. Lyda Br on lit
Waiters, defendant,
Action brought In the Superior court of lhe
sttiie of California, iv and for the county of
| Lus Angeles, and tne complaint tiled in said
I county ot Los Augeles, in the oflice ol the clerk
oj said Superior Court.
The people of the state of California send
i creeling to Lyda Bronok Walters, defendant,
You arc hereby reunited io appear In an ao
I tion brouttbl against you by the above-named
plaintiff, in the Superior court of the state ol
California, In and for Loa Angeles county, and
to answer lhe complaint 11 led therein within
ten days texelusive Of the day ofscrvi c) niter
the service on you ol this summons, If served
within this county; or, if served elsewhere,
within thirty days,
This said action is brought to obtain a Judg,
mentand decree ol ooori, aiaaolving the boncTi
of matrimony now existing between the plain
tiff and defendftnt, upon the grounds of tnede
fondftnt'i wilful desertion of plaintiff; and
I also awarding to plaintiff the permanent ox-
I elusive control and custody of Harold vVatters,
{ ihe sou of plain iff and defendant, and for
apsis of suit. Retort nee is had to complaint
for particulars.
I And you are hereby notified that ii you (all
lo appear and answer the aaid complaint as
above required, the said plaintiff will oauae
your default io he entered and will apply to
ihe court for tne rellei demanded in. the com
plaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of
the Superior Court o[ th * state of Cali
fornia, iv and forthe county ol Los Angeles,
this I Oth day of April, in t he year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and ninety live,
IL. El Ti K. NEW LIN, Clerk.
By Qsorou V a rcok, Deputy Clerk.
\\. ti. WRIGHT, Attorney for Plaintiff,
Pasadena, Los Angeles County, Cal.
D 2 1 hs 2 in
UmSiSiton ot fxnncrsft p
! rpHE PARTNBBBIIIP II ERETIIFORI EXIST-
I L ing between J. J. Nicholson and Pascal
sieffes is this day dlasolved by ntutualuon*
sent. All debts diie Sftld Bim are payable to
Pa cal steffes. and ail debts and demands
oweii by -said linn will be bind by Pascal Btuff6*,
J, J. NICHOLSON'.
Pascal BTKFFKB.
Los Angeles,Oalitornla, May 27, 18U*/. 30
HARPOON'S SAN DIEGO NEWS
The Abandoned Cable Railway
to Be Sold
i YSAYE NOT APPRECIATE!
! for an Eastern Hallway
Boosted by Book
Coronado Ha, ing a Hoom - Dilatory ChaakaV
of Commerce People—Success of taw
Council In Doing Nothing
special correspondence to The Herald: ■
SAN IJlKtiO. May 2!!.—The now abaft.;
doned San Diego Cable railway propaity
is likely lo revert to the California Ba*»
ings haul;, under foreclosure proceedings
,an action having Ibeeri commenced \fj
the latter corporation id recover ttS.OnV
I said to lie fine on , t note dated April 2V
I l.siil, with interest compounded at IJM
i rent ] it month after Inly 2.'). IH9I. This
would aiaoiint to more than the property)
is now considered worth.
At, the Moral pageant to be given haref,
Saturday of this week the dances by VMM
huh Howers which attracted so much »t».
tention at itlie Los Angeles fiesta will btfl
reproduced hy something over one huav
d red pretty grls.
Thore'will be come good time made at
the bicrtrte races on the Coronado track-
Memorial l>ay. as several of the speediest
men in town are entered, and records of
2:27 are he ing made at. practice, which
will ho flattened our considerably wheat,
the boys are put to it.
Aiming tiio many nuisances to which
' tins place is subject, and there are plan
lv ol them, that of moving houses from
one part of the city to another is about
tlje worst. .Nothing is thought of block*
ing up the principal streets for days at
a time, and the long suffering public does)
nit seem to have backbone enough to |
register an emphatic kick.
The progress made by the city ocuncili
in matters which aro supposed to have J
for their object the welfare of the city, j
forcibly reminds v disinterested observer'
of the "record madu by the Eng ish house j
of lords, in 'hat the various members of 1
the municipal government spend their
time in doing nothing and actually make]
a success of it.
When the recent grand jury was con- |
vened it was supposed that it would at ,1
least attend to the business for which it |
was drawn, but the nineteen men com* J
posing it have been at work nearly two]
weeks now, at the expense of the county, J
and just what they have accomplished no ;
other fellow knows.
Vsavu scored a triumph here, at least .
that is what the papers said, and as th. 1
audience got three encores for which it |
did not have to pay anything extra, the j
recital was voted a grand success. Te>«
tin) discredit of the musical people of San i
Diego, however, it must be said that]
there was a mighty slim house.
A rather curious specimen of county ]
business wai unearthed the other day ia]
going over tho tax lists of 1889-90, hy 1
which a clerical error in entering delin- 1
quent taxes to the account of the Coro-■
naclo Iteach company lost the county tbe ff
neat sum o! $14,.110.10. This sum the I
county was obliged to pay to the state 1
on tbe usual pro rata basis, and but fori
tho subsequent redemption of the prop- 1
erty by its original owners there would I
have been a deticit of that amount in tbe 1
county treasury. V
What came near being a serious acoi-J
dent occurred in the harbor Sunday
night, when six of the sailors of tbof
British ship Do wan Hill were capsised
in a small boat which they had stolen to
get on board with alter being out for a
night's drunk. They were rescued after
considerable salt water had been mixed
with their whiskey, and the boat wai
picked up the next day on tne beacb. S:
Wcineke's bondsmen are not as willing*
to pay as they were at tirst to make good*!
his deficiency, and now say that tbey will!
wait until 'tho county has found OUVW
whether the ex-tax collector is guilty or I
{ not. and also whether his assistants &
have had anything to do with the shortage, I
I The outcome will probably be that the J
i county will not get anything but the j
trouble of trying to convince non-rejnVl
dents that they still owe for the taxejLa
which they have already paid.
Out of pure chanty the City Guar* 1
band is holding a weekly concert on tbe
plaza, and there aro usually over a thotta- ]
and persons out to hear the excellent j
music, nut as yet no one has been liberal 3
enough to start the public subscription J
that was to bo raised to support this de- |
serving class of out-door entertainment.
in connection with the seventy odd J
other societies which serve as a sort of J
distraction to the monotony of the bay'n- 1
climate here, there is one called tbe Pa-I
triotic Sons .of America, which restricts 1
its members to those having had an- I
! cestors in the revolutionary war. From 1
the number now enjoying this distincton 1
it is seasonable t.~> suppose that the time A
which liien men's souls was not asseri-.j
ous|y fatal as history reports it.
Tho San Diogo, Pacific and Eastern I
railroad scheme has raised about 190001
toward presenting its windy proposition ']
to the various railway brotherhood I
throughout the country and of tbla-I
amount which the gniluless public gavel
for strictly advertising purposes, there's
has been "spent some $700 for a gaudy-3
colored book which will have no weignfcl
whatever in convincing sensible railroad 1
men that the project is a good one for 1
them to invest their hard-earned wages |
in. This was Drought about by one of 1
tho talkative originators of the fake who j
gets a commission on the sale of tha i
pamphlet thus palmed off.
M. L.Ward, who.was recently succeeded J
by District Attorney Sweet, alter a hard 1
battle in which the supreme court was 1
obliged to decide who should have the 1
ollice. has decided that he will keop what I
cash he has instead of applying for a re- |
hearing of the case, as it was Ills inten- J
tion to do Up to B few days ago.
Tho revenue cutter Woleott, under com- |
mnnd of her njw captain, Milton L. |
Philips, has cleared for the north, and !
the only defense this long stretch of coasts
no is two old muzzle-loading 1
cannon that do service as signal and sun- 1
set guns. a
The report that has been sent out from I
here that the fruit, exchange was handling ]
the orange and lemon output is not cor- 1
root, as only twenty-four carloads have!
gone out through this source,tbe maior- I
ity of the large.* growers consigning their I
own crops. This does not give Han Diego I
county the allowing it would have in tue I
general statistics given for publication.
i>n June 4th the lirst junketing water I
committee appointed hy the council will jS
leave ou a presumable tour of inspection, S
and tiie public will pay the bills, all of 9
which proves that; thoie is such a thing S
as a city council that kows bow to be I
kind to itself. I
itivcrside county will be served with a .
writ of mandate soon by the district at- I
torney ot this county to compel the re
turn of $277ii.71, claimed to ue Jim this
county as its share of Southern Pacific. |
railroad taxes for ISSii. Serving the writj
is one thing and geting the money is an- '
other, and the supervisors will piobably;
lind that they have sent good money af-'
let- bad before the ease is ended.
The directors of the chamber of com-i
nierce met the other day and passed a
resolution that it would be advisable toi
take steps to secure the torminus of the
new Japanesi line of steamers at tnis
tiirt. A comniitteo was appointed to dc j
the business, and the members wero seen
on the street later on, trying to find oul'
ivnerc lhey should send tneir
and while they were so engaged word watt)
receive I that" Portland had walked off
with the prize. This matter was called «j|
their attention over a month ago, bu|,
they .1 iv not think it worth investigating,!
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