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City Branch Agencies *— • . • op • . • THE HERALD ' In ortlertn accommodate the public Th* Herald taaa MtablMietl branch agrnrtaa, where copies of the Pally and Sunday " ill I" sale and adver tising and aubacrlptions taken and forwarded to the mala ofllce n. soon a* received. Theae branch agencies dq not include tbe hun dred! of book stores and nous svinds in all puns af the city where Tbe Herald is also for sale. BOYLE HEIGHTS X PONXKLL, Newsdealer, 2108 East First atreet. EAST LOS ANGELES MRS. X «'. THACKER, Newsdealer, 104 North Daly street. SAN FERNANDO STREET M'KINNIK'S rUAKM.U'Y, 1«S San Fer nanda street. WEST LAKE PARK rici.VAt.li A. Itoss, Newsdealer, 2100 West eleventh slreet. UNIVERSITY H 1.. I'AltK. Ilrucs. Stationery, Etc., Postornce avilcling. SOITH CENTRAL AVENUE CIIH AOO PHARMACY, corner central avenue an 1 Twelfth atreet. CHURCH NOTICES. St.~PAUL'S CHURCH, EPISCOPAL, Olive st., opposite the park. Open every <lav in the year. I>ail\- service .it 10a. tn. I The clergy will respond to all culls for ! the offices ot the church for strangers or visitors, without respect to creed; burials, marriages, baptisms or visita tions of the sick. I'se of the chinch cheerfully given free for funeral ser vices. Tel H8 red. if SPECIAL NOTICES BUSINESS NEWSPAPER—THIS DAILY. Journal; a business newspaper; publish ing all tin' county otliolul records, real estute transfers, mortgages and liens, building news, contract work, llnuaeiul news, and all news relating to the re sources and development of Southern | California and the great territory of the southwest. One dollar per mouth, or In advance $lo per year. 227 W. First st., Los Angeles, Cal. li-1 tf NOTICE-THE I.OS ANGELES CITY I Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling ate between the hours of 6 and S oclock a. m. and ti and 8 oclock |>. in. For a vio lation of tbe above regulations the water will be shut off and a line of $2 will be charged before the water will be turned on again. 4-29 ASEPTOLIN PR. CYRUS EDSONSAL- Ieged cure for consumption seems to Im proving itself a success: rases treated at cost of the remedies used for one month, by DR. PILKINGTON. The Wintlirop. 3il IW S. Spring st. WANTED —GREATEST MONEY MAKER out; costs .") cents, sells for 25 cents; need ed by every family: 20,000 sold in Min neapolis; send .1 cents for sample. DO MESTIC MFG. CO.. 500 X. Washington aye., Minneapolis, Minn. BIDS WILL HE RECEIVED AT THE office of the undersigned for the sale of a building situated on the northeast cor ner of Main and Third sts.. up to April :mth. L. J. B. BOURGEOIS, Architect, 124 W. Fifth st. 28 MINERVA—COSMOS— The M. K. system. For 50 cents a month you can read 50 leading magazines at your home. Call at IK S. Broadway. 5-8 NEW GERMAN ODD FELLOWS' Lodge, Alemannia Lodge will organize about July Ist. All Germans of good character and health are invited to call at 220 S. Main to till out application. 7-1 EXCHANGE—FEED AND SALE STA ble; buy and sell on commission horses, wagons, harness, hay nnd grain. Ad vances made. Stalls for rent day or month, 508i 2 S. Broadway. 5-7 JAMES SPRING. Carpenter anil Builder. All kinds of repairing neatly done to or der. 439 S. Flower st. 5-12 MANUFACTURING AND SELLING right for the best crude petroleum oil burner for domestic use in the world, for sale. Call and see it in operation at 34U S. Main st. 5-1 *O. J. DAVIS. CONTRACTOR AN 11 builder. Houses built for rash or install ment plan. Money to loan to parties con templating building. 4US S. Broadway. Tel. 1141 Main. l-9-tf SEND 10 CENTS FOR PACIFIC CUFID, a matrimonial paper: particulars of bu reau in this Issue. MRS. M. B. HERTZ. Manager, 312 Hyde st., San Francisco. 5-19 WANTED—STOCK—I2OO ACRES PAS turage at Ballonu. See WII.HELM. 826 S. Main st. 5-18 J. B. FROVA. PRACTICAL CHIMNEY sweeper. Resldenoe 709 Macy St., Los An geles. 5-9 EDUCATIONAL LOS * ANGELES BUBINBSSS COLLEGE, incorporated, occupies the entire tiftli floor of the new Currier block, 212 \Y. Third st.; largest, oldest, best; elegant and commodious rooms, intensely prac tical course of Study, able and exper ienced specialists as teachers, complete equipments, perfect lighting and ventila tion, rooms heated by steam, first-class elevator service: live courses of study commercial, shorthand and typewriting, preparatory, telegraphy and assaying; the school is thoroughly live and progres sive; it inspires as well us teaches; day and evening sessions; individual and class instruct ions; successful graduates; fine class of students; visitors cordially welcomed: full information, personally or by mall. E. R. BHRAhER, pres.. E. . K. ISAACS, viee-pres., tN. IN&KEEP, sec. 2-20-7 VOODBVRY IiISIXESS COLLEGE (IX eorporatedi. 226 P. Springs!., is the oldest and largest commercial school in South ern California: the most beautiful col lege rooms and equipment to he found in the state; elevator for pupils' use; A large faculty of experienced and able in structors; open the entire year: both day and evening sessions: a practical Eng lish course, a thorough business course anil a course in shorthand and typewrit ing under an experienced stenographer. Write or call for illustrated catalogue and full information. <;. A. HOt'GH, president; N. G. vice-presi dent. MRS. ADELINE DUVAL MACKS School of Elocution and Dramatic Art, 81G S. Pearl St.. formerly oi* Washington. D. C.J special terms to schools; thorough vocal training; private lessons or classes; also dramatic, training for theatrical pro fession. 4-5-97 if HOE BEL INSTITUTE (CASA BE Rosas) training school for kindergarten: : also school for hoys and girls of all , grades; opens September 23d. Apply to MADAME IX)UI3 CLAVERIE. S-fly r- SOYNTON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS only, begins September ISth; teachers , aided in getting positions: teachers, gov ■em esses and tutors supplied. Room 596 Stimson Mock. fi-30tf ItOS ANGELES THA IXIX* i SCHOOL for klndergartners. Fall term September ■ 18th. MRS. N. D. MAVHEW, fl7lt W. Twenty-third st. G-Stf k ■TON SCHOOL FOR ROYS. NO. 13fi W. Pico St. HORACE A. BROWN, LL. 11. fcIARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONES. 1003 W. Seventh st. 6-G SPECIALISTS IdrTr. opthalmic^op tlclan, with the Los Angeles Optical In stitute; eyes examined free. 125 S. Soring I ' c - B ASSAVER AND CHEMIST ASSAY OFFICE Kd Chemical Laboratory. 124 S. Main st. ▲. PEREZ, E. it.. Manager. 4-10 HELP WANTED — MALE HUMMEL BROS. & CO.. Successors to PETTY. HUMMEL Al- CO.. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. 300-302 W. Second st.. In basement California Bank Building. Tel. SM». Oflice hours from 7 a. ni. to 7:30 p. m., ex cept Sundays. WANTED- TEN HOYS OR YOUNG MEN from each school or college In the city to work h portion of tbe time for Tho Herald. Twenty-live cents in cash will be paid for euoh lvw name.atul every canvasser will have an opportunity to win ont; or more of the following prizes: one $100 lirst-class bicycle, a gold hunt ing case watch, a six mouths' scholar ship In a business college, double-bar relled breech-loading shotgun. $2(1 suit ot ; clothes. overcoat, round trip to San Diego or Catallna and return. Either of the latter Includes a free dinner at the Coronado Hotel or Hotel de Avalon. 3-lltf WANTED—SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY for appointment for young men in rail way mail service. Examinations soon In every state. Particulars about all gov ernment positions free. NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE, Washington, D. 0. 8-15 WANTED-SA LESMfeN—$lOO TO $12.1 PER month and expenses; sample line; posi tion permanent, pleasant and desirable. Address, with stamp, KING MFG. CO., F., 73, Chicago. 7-29 WANTED—YOUR PATRONAGE. RELl able help furnished promptly. REID'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 125 W. First St. tf WANTED—INDUSTRIOUS MAN WITH $125 in provision market. Apply to MA HONEY Ai ROBINSON, 426 S. Main. 27 E. T. CASEY &■ CO., 113' i S. BROADWAY, employment office; we furnish reliable hotel and household help. tf WANTED—H F.LP FREE—27 SlTUA tions. 320.. S. Broadway. E. NITTIN UER. HELP WANTED—FE MALE WANTED-WE MUST HAVE ] I ELF. We pay men and women $10 to $18 per week for easy home work. No books or peddling. Steady employment guaran teed. Send stamp for work and partic ulars at once. H ERMAN N & SEYMOUR, 213 South Sixth st.. Philadelphia. Pa. 4-7 3t a wk WANTED—GIRL TO ASSIST WITH light housework. ROGERS HOUSE, Temple and Union aye. 27 WANTED —A YOUNG GIRL. 14 TO Jfi. t are of children. Apply 908 Hawkins St., near Workman. tf ' SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE WANTED—SITUATION BY A YOUNG German in an American family without children: couutrv preferred. Address A., box io. Herald. 28 WANTED —BY" A MAN AND WIFE. positions to take care of small ranch or orchard. Address O. X., Herald oflice. 5-1 SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE WANTED—BY A YOUNG LADY OF good address, a position in Pasadena as lady's companion. Address B, box 10, Herald office. 28 WANTED—A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST in house work. Family of two and baby. 445 Temple st. 27 WA NTED — RE A L ESTATE WANTED- A LOT ABOUT 50x150 AND 3 or 4 room house, and I will not pay over $590 or $600 for same, and I want to pay $50 down and $12 or $1.1 a month. 1 don't care If this Is out In tbe suburbs, just so it is convenient to get to town. Call on HINTON & WHITAKER, 123 W. Second st., If you have anything to offer. 4-22tf WAN TED — TO RENT WANTED—TO RENT 5 UNFURNISHED rooms or Hat; no children. Address, with location and price, "Rooms," 16-18 Tem ple block, city. 27 WAXTED-TO PACK FURNITURE FOR shipping, unpack, set-up, varnish and polish. No. 420 S. Spring. 27 • WANTED -MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—TO HIRE FURNITURE FOR 5-room house: private. Call Monday morning. KING. 446 S. Broadway. 27 WANTED—A NICE SINGLE-CINCH Spanish saddle, high tree: must be cheap. Address \\\. box If. Herald office. tf WANTED—FROM 200 to 300 HEAD OF bogs to feed on shares. Address J. K. FETT ERMAN, Vernondcle, Cal. 29 WANTED—A KEATING BICYCLE. '95 pattern. Must be in good condition and low price. M. Box 30, Herald oflice. tf LOST AND FOUND LOST—A ROUGH-COATED nard dog. yellow body, with white legs, white and yellow face; ears yellow shad ing to black: answers to the name of "Bear": will weigh about 190 pounds. Lib eral reward will bo paid for return of same lo GEO. GOLDSMITH .room 34 Phillips block; telephone main 1483. tf LOST —SATURDAY EVENING ON Ninth street, between Main st. and Ma ple avenue, a little boy's Scotch check, double-breasted coat. The finder will kindly leave at 931 Maple avenue and reoetve suitable reward. 2 LOST—A DARK SORREL MARE. WHITE face: three white stockings; weighs about 1200, age about lo years. Anyone returning same to 762 St. John's aye., Pasadena, or giving information will be suitably rewarded. 27 LOST —ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON BE tween San Gabriel Mission and Baldwin's ranch, lady's black velvet headed cape with lace fringe. Finder please return to 149 N. Spring st. and receive reward. 28 LOST—ON FRIDAY BETWEEN FIRST and Seventh sts.. a lady's gold locket, heart shaped, with one diamond in cen ter; also gold padlock. $10 inward. Re turn to Hotel Vincent, Broadway. 27 LOST—WEDNESDAY. BETWEEN TER mlnal railway depot and armory, gold hunting case watch and chain: mono gram. J. 0.. on face. Return to Slate Loan and Trust Co., antl get liberal re ward. 27 FOUND—SATURDAY EVENING. A pair of ladies' gloves. Owner can have same by calling at Herald ollice. 222 W. Third st., and Identifying property LOST-A WHITE SILK EMBROIDERED shawl near Terminal depot. Finder please return to N. B. BLACK3TONE CO. and receive suitable reward. 27 LOST—PACKAGE CONTAINING BABY clothes, picked up in ladies' parlor at N. B. BLACKSTONE CO. Finder please return to stor-. 27 FOUND—A BAY HORSE—CAME TO MY place. Owner can have the same by pay • lug expenses. F. A. YORBA, Shorb Sta tion, Cal. 29 LOST-ON ROAD BETWEEN TROPICO and city hall, 1 child's sack, red color. Finder please deliver to 278 S. Main st. and get reward. 26 DENTISTS PA. DENTAL CO., A. J. STEVENS, MAN ager, makes a specialty of crown and bridge work and painless extracting. A good set of teeth $.1. 226 S. Spring. Tele phone 1180. If ADA MS BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS. 2ttU S. Spring St.. painless extracting and lilling; plate $•:. $8, $10; all work guaran teed: established 10 years; hours, 8-5; Sun days, 10-12. FRANK STEVENS. 321'/i S. SPRING ST., open days and evenings; also Sundays; electric light. DR. KENNEDY. DENTIST. 10S<r. S. Spring street, rooms 2, 6 and 7; painless extraction. FOR SALE-LODGING HOUSES FOICsALF.—LODGING HOUSE "bp ''l.2 rooms, nicely furnished; clearing $.70 a month proHt; must sell. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. % LOS ANGKELES HERALD: MONDAY MORITCNG, APRIL 2T, 1«96. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR" BALH— SPUING St.: run by present owner over 7 years; never offered for sale before; cleat i . $'21 net profit: exceptional bargain; busi ness established; only needs attention; price $600. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. .First st. 27 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A FINE assortment cf pipes and smokers' arti cles of every description, in whole or in purt; want building material; horse, fur niture, what have you? Address P. j-\ KEENAN, station It, Los Angeles. 27 $600— RESTAURANT ON SPRING ST.. i clearing $125 net monthly; run by present owner i years: never before snob a bar gain offered; business is established; only needs attention. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. $2,10-PARTNER WANTED IN A NICE, well-located restaurant: owner will guar antee $75 a month net profit: exceptional chance: price for M only $200. Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN. LODGING house; must be sold on account of other business. Call at once, for you can make a good purchase. Half cash. M. P. BOWEN, 142-- N. Main st. FOR SALE-PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY on easy terms: doing a good business; no experience required; a good opening for lady or gentleman. Address A, box 70, Herald. 27 FOR SALE—MANUFACTURING AND S( Ming right for the best crude petroleum oil burner for domestic use in the world, for sale. Call and see it iv operation at 310 S. Main st. 5-1 FOR SALE—SI6I.6O AVERAGE PER week last year. Write for particulars. F. HARRi.MAN ti. CO., St. Paul building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 26-Mayl FOR SALE—S3OO. DELICACY AND RF.S taurant. Splendid business location. MA HONEY & ROBINSON, 426 S. Main St. 27 FOR BALE—RESTAURANT—CENTRAL location, long base, have other business. A bargain. B, box 10, Herald. 28 $1200—SALOON, FIRST-CLASS PLACE, pays big; see this. Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 27 FOR SALE—SI2.I, FRUIT AN D CIGAR stand: must self. MAHONEY & ROBIN SON, 426 S. Main st . 27 FOR SALE — CITY NEWSPAPER routes. Apply c. G. SPRENG, Herald business office. tf TO SELL OR EXCHANGE PROPERTY quick go to HEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 5-2 TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS SEE I. D. BARNARD, U7! 2 S. Broadway, BUSINESS PERSONALS PERSONAL—JUST LIKE FINDING money. That's what people say who have tried a small ad. In The Herald. They don't cost much, but the results are sim ply marvelous. In this popular depart ment The Herald has made a gain of more than 200 per cent in the past few months. Big circulation counts. The Herald has it. If you want to talk to half the people in Los Angeles and other parts of Southern California, try a small ad. In addition to the immense and rapidly increasing circulation of The Herald, its sales by newsboys, on trains, at hotels and summer resorts, make it the advertising medium of the Pacific coast. Look over these small advertisements today. They will interest you and may make you some money. Tomorrow try one. Tb\ a results will be both surprising and satisfying. 6-Btf PERSONAL—RALPI IS BROS.—GOLD Bar Hour. $1; elty Hour. 90o; granulated sugar, 18 His.. $1; brown sugar, 19 lbs., $1; 9 lbs. rolled wheat or oats, 25c; sardines, 6 boxes. 25c; tomatoes, 4 cans, 25c: 7 bars German family soap, 2oe: 5 gallons oil. 95c: gasoline. 95c: 3 packages morning meal. 2-1 c: lard, 10-lb. can. 05o; 12 lbs. beans. 2.7 c; 6 lbs. rice, 25c. 600 Spring st., cor. Sixth. 5-20 PERSONAL —TO DRESSMAKERS—WE are Introducing, for the tlrst. time in tlie west, the Ricord Ideal Tailor System. Only four measures taken. Please call and examine our absolutely seamless waists at room 12 and 12'::, 455 S. Broad- Way. 20 WE DO IT—MAKE HANDSOME FLUFF rugs of your worn-out carpets. Call or write for circular. PACIFIC RUG MANUFACTORY, 611 S. Broadway. 3-2S-97 MISFIT AND UNCALLED-FOR GAR ments at less than half yotP" tailor's prices at the Misfit Clothing Parlors, 121 W. First st., Wilson block. 4-14tf PERSONAL—B. MORRIS PAYS THE highest price for gents' second-hand clothing: send postal; will call. 111.4 Com mercial st. 6-15 RUPTURE CURED WITHOUT DETEN tion from business. DR. WIIITEHILL, 119 1-3 S. Spring st. 18 FERSONAL WHY PAY A MERCHANT TAILOR $3.1 for a suit when you can get tbe same thing for $12 at the Aiisilt clothing Par lors, 121 W. First st., Wilson block 1-Htt PERSONAL —NEW PROCESS—IRREGU- IarItIes. from whatever cause, eureil with out medicine, instruments or pain: sure cure; $1 treatment; home. Sl9 Grand aye. 6-3-6 PANTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER for $6 and $8 we sell for S:i at the Mislit Clothing Parlors, 121 W. First St.. 'Wil son block. -1-1 Itf PERSONAL—HIGHEST PRICES PAID for ladles* and gem;-' a cond-hand cloth ing. MRS. BESSIE, VOtP'.j S. Spring st. 4-28 EXCURSIONS ONCE A WEEK PERSONALLY CON duotftd excursions to Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis and all eastern nuints. leave Los Angeles every Thursday via South ern Pacllic, Union Pacific "World's Pic torial Line." and Chicago and Northwest ern railway, crossing the Sierra Nevadas and passing all points of scenic interest by daylight. Upholstered tourist ears of latest Pullman pattern, lighted by gas. and run through without change. Com petent conductors accompany each party. Fastest time. Lowest rates. For tick- j ets and berth reservations, apply toJ. H. PEA KM AN, Manager, G. F. Herr, T. I. A.. 223 S. Spring St.. Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Pacihc company. 5 3-G PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCT ed excursions via the Rio Grande and Rock Island route, leave Los Angeles ev ery Tuesday. cro.-s the Sierra Nevadas ami pass the entire Rio Grande scenery by daylight. We have a tourist sleeper running through lo .Minneapolis and St. Paul in connection with every party. Our Boston car stops one day at Niagara Falls. Office 13 i S. Spring st. BUR Ll NGTON ROUTE—PERSONALLY' conducted excursions to the east every Wednesday over the scenic line of the world; upholstered tourist cars without change. T. H. DUZAN, agent, 222 S. Spring St.. Los Angeles, Cal. FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK FOR SALE—A BAY HORSE. WEIGHT about 1000 pounds; gentle, not tricks, good traveler: 8 years old: for sale cheap or will exchange for groceries. 406 W. Twen ty-eighth st. tf FOR SALE LIVE STOCK—IO JERSEY 1 I grade cows, near THE PALMS. Inquire I of M'OARHV & INNES, 227 W. Second I St. 27 PAL/MISTS PRO>?"a7MYERS. THE PALMIST. HAS returned to this city and is located at bis old parlors, The Norwood, 5.16 S. Hill st., where he will be pleased to receive ids many clients and friends. 5-3 PHYSICIANS DR. DORA KING. GERMAN-ENGLISH specialist; diseases of women: all ir regularities restored: treatment eonllden tial; cure guaranteed. 446 S. Broadway. 6-6-96 MUSICAL BARGAIN IN A SLIGHTLY ~ USED Steinway uptight piano. Address X., box 100, Herald office, PATENTS, COPYRIOHTS, ETC KNIGHT BROS.. PATENT SOLICITORS; free book ou patents. 424 Byrne iddg. U-22-6 FINANCIAL PACIFIC LOAN CO.—LOANS IN ANY amount on all kinds of collateral secur ity, diamonds, jewelry and seal skins, also on pianos, furniture and household goods in private lodging and boarding houses ami hotels, without removal. Par tial payments received. Money quick: business confidential: private ofllce for ladles. W. E. DEG ROOT, manager, l oms 2 and 4, 114 S. Spring at. UNION LOAN CO.. Stimson Block. Loans money on all kinds of collateral security: watches, diamonds, seal skins aud furniture In lodging and boarding houses and on pianos, without removal; also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low interest, money at once: business confi dential; private ofiice for ladles; room 111. CLARK K. SHAW. Manager, rooms 111 and 112, llrst tloor, Stimson block, tf THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN Society of Sttn Francisco will make loans ou improved city and country properly. On loans of $5000 ami under, cer tificates of title from the Title insurance and Trust Co. will be accepted, making the expenses on such loans very small. Build ing louns a specialty. Apply to R. G. LUNT, Agent, 227 W. Second. 6-15tf NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNED What we are! Who we aro! And where we are! Have you discovered tlie cheapest place Iv the city to get money on household furniture, diamonds, livestock, ware house receipts, stocks and bonds, all good collaterals. 229 Byrne building. tf ON EVERY SATURDAY EVENING AF ter March 28, the Slate Loan antl Trust company will be opened from 7 to 8:30 p. m.. for tlie benefit of its interest-bearing depositors, which ate received at 3. 4 and 5 per cent per annum. The safe tie posit department will also be open dur ing the same hours to accommodate its patrons. 5-4 L. B. COHN. Tiie Los Angeles pawnbroker. HO N. Main st., loans money on diamonds, watches, jewelry, firearms, pianos, li braries anil ail oilier collateral securities: I also sells unredeemed pledges for money loaned and one month's interest added; make no mistake. It is the reliable. L. B. COHN, the Los Angeles pawnbroker. 9-10 MONEY TO LOAN—NOT BY THE BAR rel or bushel, but any amount desired, on real estate, furniture, watches, dia monds, pianos, live stock, etc., long or short time. Interest reasonable; private ollice: business confidential. CHARLES C. LAMB, 226 S. Spring St., entrance room 7. 5-11 $30,000 TO LOAN ON INSIDE BUSINESS property at 5 2-3 per cent; also small amount at S per cent; reasonable charges. HENRY HART. 28 148 S. Main St. MONEY TO LOAN' IN ANY* AMOUNTS ou diamonds, watches. Jewelry, pianos, safes, lodging houses, hotels ami private household furniture: low interest; money quick: private oflice for ladies. G. M. JONES, rooms 14 anil 15, 242!- S. Broad way, adjoining city hull. 5-18 POINDEXTER AY WA OS WORTH, EROK ers, 305 W. Second st., buy and sell stocks, mortgages, bonds and any good securities: if you wish to lend or bor row or invest in real estate call on us; collections made aud property managed for non-residentsi 2Stf I CAN LOAN YOUR MONEY ON GOOD resident or ranch property at 8 per cent net to you; A No. 1 security. HENRY' HART, 28 lIS S. Main St. MONEY TO LOAN-CITY OR COUNTRY" property, 5H to 8 net; personal notes or I security: mortgages bought and sold. If you have money to loan or wish to bor | row any amount call on JOHN L. PAV KOVICH, 220 W. First st. tf NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT Co. loans money on all kinds of collateral security: money quickly: business strict ly confidential. Rooms 95 and 96. Bryson block, fifth lloor. JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manager. 7-3-lyr TO LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT at reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. BOB BYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway. 10-13tf MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS. i watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car ! rlages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 S. Spring St. 8-21 TO LOAN—UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR ! small loans; no commission: light ex pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST ! CO.. 223 S. Spring St. ! WANTED TO BORROW—I CAN LEND your money out at good interest, from 3 to 10 per cent a montht. NEWLYN, 231 Byrne bldg. tf R. A. NEWLYN. BROKER. 231 BYRNE bldg., deals in bonds, stocks, mortgages, llrst and second, and all good securities, tf TO LOAN—SIOOO TO $10,000 ON REAL Es tate security. ALLISON BARLOW. 123 s. Broadway. 6-7tf WANTED TO TO' ROW WA NTED —$800: WILL PAY 10 BER CENT net for one year on good collateral se curity. Address LOAN, 123 S. Broadway. * tf ' MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY YOU CAN BUILD UP YOUR CONSTITU ticn till it resists disease: maladies are floating around us ready to attack weak ness; escape: keep blood antl skin in good condition: t ike electric vapor bath with Swedish massage. M ItS. DR. .MAY Ell an! PROF. MAIL LET, 517 S. Broadway. 10-2 EDITH ANWAY. FORMERLY OF BOS ton, gives genuine alcohol rubbings that are healthful ami refreshing; no rivals. ,223 S. Main at., room 3. 5-15 MASSAGE AND ALCOHOL BATHS-208 Winston St., upstairs, one block east of postoffice, between Fourth and Fifth s's. 6-6 MISS REV IRVING, ARTIST, PHOTO llnting and mounting; new style. 120 N. Main st., rooms 2 and 5. 5-3 MRS. LOLA PRESTON, FROM THE east, gives massage. SSSVb E. First St., rooms 2 and 3. 29 SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL baths. 449!- S. Spring St., parlors 1-2. 6-15 MISS MAY STONE GIVES ALCOHOL baths. 202 N. Main St., room 17. 5-22 MISS OLLIE MOORE. 131 E. SECOND St.. rooms 3 and 3, gents' mending. 23 MISS MAY RUSSELL—THE NEW HELL man, room 7. 5-0 FOR EXCHANGE-REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE-LOVELY foothill ranch north.of Pomona, a sani tarium; 38 inches of water rights; spring water piped to house; GO acres improved in fruit trees. For particulars inquire of M'GARRY Ai INNES, 227 W. Second st. 27 FOR EXCHANGEr-FOR SALE—LOT 45x 135 on Nella st.. 2 blks west of Central aye. Call on premises, or address box 6-1, S. Los Angeles. 28 TO EXCHANGE PROPERTY QUICK GO to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 5-2 MACHINE MANUFACTORY YON SERKEY MANUFACTURING CO.. 234-236 E. Second st., manufacturers of Special machinery, dies antl models; only accurate work; guaranteed. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE-ROME GOOD BARGAINS IN second-hand organs; good makes. KOH LER & CHASE, 233 S. Spring St. tf A 7 TORSE I S-A T-LA W BROUSSEAU & MONTGOMERY, Attorneys-at-Law, 403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. tf PIANOS KNABE AND VOSE & SONS PIANOS AT BIRKEL S, Parlors IS and 19, Plrtle blk. tf PLUMBERS^ FRANK PLUMBER , said gastltter, 240 E. Second St. Tel. 186. MEDIUMS PROFESSOR" B. W. ARLING — —THE CELEBRATiFdCLAIRVOYANT— Is in tho city, at 413 W. Seventh st. ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE TO BENE FIT YOU. The Prof, challenges the world to prove his equal. He reads the future without mistake, (rives valuable advice on all affairs of life. Ho overcomes your ene mies, removes evil influences, heats fam ily troubles, restores lost affections, caus es happy marriages with the one you love: correct information on law suits, divorces, marriages, business speculation, names of friends and enemies; also the one you will marry. His success in the past proves his superior ability to help you now; being Sueaessful in all cases where others have often failed. Thous ands of people hay c been made happy by his aid and advice. The professor is not required to return to such methods as charms and such trash, and does not wish to bo classed with card-readers, etc., but a life-reader from the laws of science, which is elalrvoyancy. Those who have been deceived by pretenders must not give np in despair, but consult the pro fessor at once; you will find him reason able in prices, and all business private and confidential. Letters with stamp answered. Office 413 W. Seventh St., be tween Hill and Olive sts. Hours from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.: Sunday, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. No clairvoyant sign, oniv name of PRO FESSOR B. W. ARLING on window. 5-11 PROF. FRED BELL.PSYCHIC TEACH er and expert phrenologist. Phrenolog ical examinations reduced to £1 for this week only. To be successful in life have your capabilities scientifically delineat ed. Prof. Bell teaches phrenology and prepares pupils for publilc work. An honorable and lucrative profession can thus be obtained in a short time. Prof. Bell develops modiurnship on the true plane; also gives lessons In practical oc cultism, a science which points the way to health and Success. Consultation free and solicited. Office rooms 30, 31 and 32. Plrtle block, corner Fourth and Broad way. Hours 9 to 12; 1:30 to 5. Evenings by appointment. N. B.—Prof. Bell is open for engage ments to lecture in surrounding towns. MRS. "WALKER. CLAIRVOYANT AND card medium, is meeting witli wonderful success. She invites the most spectlcal to provo her power. All business affairs of life looked into, for the advancement of your future, will orga.ni?ie a develop ing class and gives readings daily from 9a.m.toS p. m. 316 V; S. Sprln st. 9-17 W r . GREEN. S. D.. CLAIRVOYANT. TEST and business medium. Diagnoses dis ease without asking questions, and spirit ual healer. Gives sittings daily: test cir cles on Monday and Friday evenings; de veloping circle on Wednesday evening. 2%v z s. Spring St., room 6. Office hours, 9 to 6. 4-27 MRS. SAN FORD JOHNSON. TH E INDE pendent slate writer and medium, gives sittings daily at 628 S. Los Angeles st., and holds circles on Thursday evening, nt Bp. m., of each week. Admission 60c., and will take a few pupils for piano les sons. 8-13 MRS. PARKER. PALMIST. CLAIRVOY ant and medium: life reading .business removals, law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Take Third st. electric car to Vermont aye. and Vine St. Sec ond house on Vine st. west of Vermont aye. 0-30 LEONORA D'ESTE-A MEDIUM FOR truth and pus t Ice; the greatest card read er of the age. and tells your future: charg es reasonable. Parlors 17 and 18 San Jul ian, cor. Fifth and San Julian. 5-21 R. E. G. FRAIM. PHYSICAL MEDIUM; manifestations in the light; circles. Tues day and Thursday evenings;! private sittings given daily. 767 Merchant st.. between Seventh and Eighth sts. 5-15 MME. GRACE, CELEBRATED CARD reader: tolls past, present and future. Ladies, 25 cents: gentlemen, 50 cents. Parlors 24 and 25, 626 Maple avc. 5-6 MME. STANLEY. CELEBRATED CARD reader: reads your entire past and fu ture; ladies or gentlemen, 50e. Parlors, 401 S. Hill. 5-18 IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT to know your future consult ZINGARA, tho gypsy, at 217 S. Hill st. Ollice hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. 5-1 MRS. BARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOY ant card reader. Come and heat* the truth. Downey blk., room 17. Price. 50 cents. 5-23 MRS. BARNETT—SITTINGS DAILY; circles Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 433 S. Main st., opp. postoffloe. 27 MRS. MANDENA, CLAIRVOYANT, card reader, palmist and astrologist, 245 S. Spring St., rooms 7-10. 5-25 AGNES H. PLEASANCE, TRANCE MED ium, is permanently iocated at 634 S. Broadway. 19-tf FOR RENT HOUSES FOR RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE in town for mattings, linoleums and win dow shades: carpets cleaned ami laid. THE MATTING MART, 504 S. Broadway. 7-10 FOR RENT—MODERN SIX-ROOM house, bath, gas, lawn, 312 E. Twelfth. Apply 211 W. Pico st. 5-2 FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. 1230 Victoria st. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S. Broadway. tf FOR RENT—4-ROOM FLAT: $10 PER month. 633 Towne aye., Wolfskin tract, tf TO LET—3-ROOM FLAT AND STORE room; $10 per month, 033 Towne aye. tb FOR RENT-ROOMS FOR RENT—FURNISHED SUITE, front and back parlors, very desirable for gentleman and wife or two gentle men.in a modern Hat, on electric line, five minutes south from city hall; elec tric lights, gas. bath and telephone; front rooms; no children. Address No. 1 CO LONIAL FLATS, Eighth and Broad way. 5-3 FOR RENT—3 ROOMS AND LARGE kitchen; unfurnished; southwest: quiet, healthy placo: only 36 a month. 1071 Glr ard street, near Bush and Pico. 27 FOR RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISHED rooms, transient, close in: also single rooms. THE WAVERLY, 127 E. Third St. 4-25 FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA. 321 E. Second St.: furnished rooms; $1.25 per week up; lodging 25c, 35c and stlc per night. 10-1 tt FOR RENT—NEWLY FURNISHED, sunny front rooms, bath. gas. Central choice location, 103 N. Olive st., cor. First. 5-2 FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FUR- Dished rooms; $1.50 to $2. NITTINGER'S, 451 S. Hope. tf FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping, 626 S. Broad w a y, 2-25tf FOR' RENT-STORES FOR RENT-TWO STORES. COR NINTH and Tennessee. Inquire of McGARRY Ai INNES, 227 W. Second St., or at D. F. McGARRY'S COAL OFFICE, Ninth and Alameda sts. 31 FOR RENT— PART OF STORE, WITH fine show window, on roadway: excel lent location for jeweler. Inquire at 506 S. Broadway. tf FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT—DESK ROOM $4 MONTHLY. Apply to MAHONEY Ai ROBINSON, 426 S. Main St., adjoining postotiice. 27 FOR RENT—LODGE ROOM AT TURNER hall: every first and third Friday of each month. Inquire of janitor. 14tf jCHißoron 'sts : MISS ' J."f. ALEXANDER, CHIROPO dIst, treats feet; gives salt glow, mas sage; hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. 216 and 216 Wilson block, First and Spring streets. 5-2 DR. ZACHU, DISEASES OF THE FEET, 25S 8. Spring st. 6-23 RESTAURANTS TRY A MEAL AT THE GRAND PACIFIC Restaurant, 311 S. Main st. Our r~.*>to pure and good food, quick service. 6-11 S. LARSEN & CO. HAVE THE AGENCY for Relay Bicycles. 222 W. Fifth at. 8-10 MR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS FOR BALM OR TRADE—AERIAL TilG ging und an kinds of bouncing and jug gling goods; man's A No. 1 wardrobe, spangled and trimmed with gold and sil ver fringe. Address with stamp MRS. V. c. DAMRON. Sau Bernardino, Cal U FDR SALE—CHEAP; POUNDS IlUH vler type: was used on The Herald uiiiil Mergenthaler typesetting machines were put In April 16. Address Business Man ager. The Herald, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR SALE—ON 8.2-TON SIDEWALK elevator at a sacrilice. Inquire at The Herald business ollice. 12-tt' FOR SALE—BIG BARGAIN. NICE FUR nlture of ."-room cottage; must-sell quick. 661 S. Olive st. ' 27 FOR SALE—FINE RQVARE PIANO, like new, $6,1. 313 Court st. SI FOR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTI tIes to suit, at this ofllce. FOR SALE—PLACER DRY WASHER, 620 Mission road. 27 CARPET CLEANINQ STEAM CARPET CLEANING SEWING and laving. JOHN H. RICHARDS, 120 N. Spring. Tel. 1313. x-Dtf i FOR BALE—LODGING HOUSE; good reason for selling. Call or address ltd S. Los Angeles street, cor. First. 4-30 BICYCL S S. LARSEN A CO. HAVE THE AGENCY for Relay bicycles. 282 W. Fifth st 8-10 HOUSL-roviNO aTf. Slopbr, house mover-of fice, 113 N. Broadway. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE Houses and Lots I7on SALE— ! BARGAINS .S.OOI—I n; .ItxhiM W. side flower St. ■3009—Fine corner for reskteuee or tl-.ts. SISM)— 1.0 l on .V. side Heventli St.. Ronnie Rrne. e^T-n—lo.i-xiou is. side. Thirtieth, bet. Grand nve. and Flft-uerou 66253—Very close In. 53X165, 13-room house. .sis-vi—li-room house, lot 50x10.1, estate must sell very cheap. »7"V tol on W. Thirty-first It. worth 6:000. "Ml—Cnrn-r Thirtieth and Maple aye. ilaM— bet in Bonnie lira - tract. Mat)— Lot on Wall sv.. Bare bargain. 1200 per foot—Lot on Main st. several exchanges on hand, California fo:- east ern or nortnern. Want to buy new house. 15 rooms, close, la, 63009 to $2600, 5100 caab, 640 per month. Money to loan. If you want to plnre money come und see me. w\ H. GRIFFIN, if 1668. Broadway, City Lots TOOR SALE JUST THINK of IT! The Alexandre Weill tract offers ahotee balldinv, loteqnjSlgbtb. .Ninth mil Twelftb streets, near Central avenue ear line, 66X123 to alley, ut SUiM, if-Tii aud "silo, on small cash * pay* ment nnd monthly Installments Of only sio. No Interest charged On deferred payments, uniy one hundred lots leit of the original four hundred, and when tbey have beendtsposed «t tnehacbaneeto get a homo within waiahigdla lance at low prices und upon easy terms may nev erofteragaln. Tltlu absolutely perfect. Au un. limited certificate of title or a policy of Insurance Of tbe Title Inaurauce and Trust Co. Issued with every agreement of Bale. For niapa, pric ■ list ani all partieulurs addresa RICH \ltfl ALTSCHUL, 7-eodtf 123', W. Beoond st., Utirdlok bit. YTIOn BALE—BEAUTIB 11. BUILDING LOTS J. ih c. A. smith's Thh-.l addition, located on ElgbthandMateo sis. near Seventb at. school. These lots are leyei and par; of them are covered with orange.traea 20 years old* Tbey aro selling fast, because my terms are easy—6 v caab. $10 per month, nnd prices low—Si'u, $.T6, $230 a let. lie. member this laclose-ln property, cull soon and make your selection, o. a. SMITH, ill W. first St. 4.16 tf IJton BALE—TWO HP Tin: FINEST LOTS IX ? i.os Angeles, between Third ami Fourth on Olive, two frontages. Address OWNER, bot 26, South Pasadena. 6-2 O BUY, BULL (lit EXCHANGE PIiOPERTV, _ so 10 HEN WHITE, 231 W. First st. 6-2 Business Property JlOlt SA LE— BROADWAY LOT. We have a choice piece of property on this line street, centrally ln"nlod, now hi the heart of the business oeotar. Wo are offer' Ing this property ut suoh a io,v price that will make the lucky buyer a huadsj.aj prj.i; withiu v short time. CLAUK i BBYAN, 1:7 \V. Third st. 7tt yj«> "T-rv-NK E LEVEL LOT, SEWERED OPjf r) VI nnd uruded ; vicinity or P.-url and At pine sis. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 27 TTtOB BALE-WB BELL THE EAUTH. IIA9 -£ BKTT & SMITH. Pomona, Ual. u-20tr Country Property FOHSALE-PL'TOX YOOBTHINKING CAP. fsouool Innds 6126 un ai re, easy lerms. Lands in nil counties in the state. No realdence or culti vation requited, you are missing the surest, sateatandoheepeat Investments in America, only 660 nn acre down. See the great money made yearly on this.- speculations. Think of tbe hoy aud girl growing up and w hat n few years hy hold- Ina these ueres in choice looallties will doforthem. Life Inaurauce, bonds und ordinary Investments ain't lv it. Apply fur partlcnlara* Government homesteads faa Up. Estuhlish, ,1 18S6. WISl:- MAN'S LAND 111 11EA1',221 W. Fir.-t. 27 ITlOlt SALE—I 6 A<:BEB, 11 IX BEARING; . oranges and deciduous fruit tr os; v bt autl ful fdaee and location; 2 1 , miles from Ellverside; perpetual water ■-■ues Willi the properly; title per I'eet: price ffjftjO if sold aoon. Address L. X., imx IJS.t, Riverside, Cal. 30 FOR SALS—4 ACRES WITH 60,006 BOX KB berries ou vines now, $2400, with water, Ver dug.i Last mandate. 11. E. SIDDALL, 404 s. llieailw ay. 2S FOR EXCHANGE-REAL. ESTATE I.IOR EXCHANGE — HALF INTEREST! J prosperous proprietary medicine business; win exchange for oity or county property, ond as sume if necessary, 'the medicine is a great suc cess, with best of testimonials from Los Angeies citizens. Reason for selling, luck of time to give tobusinesa. Buyer must ho able to give time lo pushing business. Address, Bi. J. PIERCE, BiKl Mozart St. 27 I7SOR EXCHANGE-EXCLUSIVE AGENCY _ for eastern manufacturer, will take city or country property for part payment. Address S". X., liernlit office. U-tf FOR EXCHANGE—THREE TONS BARLEY bay and cash, lor bicycle lv pood condition. Address where can be seen. Address BIOY CLE, Herald oillee. 21 IJsOR EXCHANGE—A FINE FAMILY DRIV. J hit* horse for second-haiiil surrey and harness. Ajipiy 210 w. Twenty-first st. 27 Don't Polish Cut Glass Too fluch Great care should be taken with articles of cut glass, whether for table service or toilet use. The greatt st mistake is made in attempting too high a polish, which, as a rule, many people consider one of llio chief beauties of litis ware. Constant polishing reduces tho exquisite finish w Inch makes it uppearso bright wuen new. In order to retain this brilliancy, let the article, when quickly cleaned, be allowed to dry alone after being properly rinsed. A soft linen towel should bo used but little in the care of cut glass, and it will bo al ways bright and sparkling. There is al most no Russian cut glass brought to this country, antl it diifera greatly from otlior makes in being dull and heavy. English and American glass is highly wrought, nnd new features are conatantly in the market. American manufacturers frequently copy Russian patterns. A beautiful loving cup, richly cut, is among the newer importa tions of English glass.—New York Herald. In Crsc She Wants to laary Again If an Arab woman who haa lost her hus band decides to marry again blic visits the grave of her husband the night before her aecoud marriage and proys hitn not to be off nded. As, however, she feels that ho will lie offended, she takes with her a donkey laden with two goat skins filled with water. The prayer ended, she pro* ceeda to pour tho water on tho grave to keep the flrat husband cool under tlie cir i curnstAucea about to take place, aud, hav | ing well saturated him, departs. THE SUPPLY OF CHAMPAGNE The Inspiring; Drink Now Plentiful, but the Demand Is Lessening Lovers of c-hampagrje will be glad to know that a sensible relaxation is being made by the shippers of tlie wine in the prices demanded for tho 1892 vintage, -vliioh is now passing into merchants' hinds If the consumer should reap the ultimata benefit of this wise ehaneo of policy—and rbers is no reason for suppos 'Dß that in- will not, at all orente, share in it—an appreciable impetus will doubtless be given to tbe trade in champagne. The wine has always maintained its popularity both in England ami abroad, In spite of what might well ho regarded aa prohib itive prices, In this country it is required to boar only a comparatively light import duty, but in tho United Sates, for in- Btance, Ihe tariff presses upon it with ex ceptiona) severity, and oven thero it is in steady, tl ough not growing, demand. It will probably remain In favor anion; the wealthier classes, whatever the condi tions as to price; but there is no doubt that lis enhanced cost in tho last few years has compelled many would.no consumers in England to partially desert it in favor of t- ill wines, or more frequently, perhaps, of whisky and soda. It would be wrong to sup pose that the difference between forinerand recent prices has represented so much gain to the shippers, except in 1803, there has not been a really abundant vint ! age in champagne for some years, and the : comparative scarcity of wine Induced tlie shippers to pay exorbitant rates to the [ growers in years like and 181111; for, ' generally speaking, the shippers are not ■ extensive vineyard proprietors, and make up their cuvees with the selected produce ,of various districts. Moreover, the de* ; maud in this country is now for an nbso i lately dry wine, which means an increase in the cost of production. Although only I l!io purest caoe iti .'ar and the ilne.-vt wino ar.- used for the purpose of llqueurlng, it i may bo laid down aa a general proposition I that the dryer tho wine the greater will bo tho security as to its purity, because tho liqueur will cover defects which would be come apparent without it, As tliereislit tle champagne consumed in England, which is not quite dry—that is, entirely free from added liqueur—the public have tlie beat guarantee possible in regard to me genuineness of the wine, but this nil means an addition to the coat of produc tion. Champagne prepared for America con t-litis something like i per cent of liqueur; the proportion in Wins intended for Ger many and Prance is siill higher, while the Russians prefer as muoh as 12 per cettc and even more. An Englishman accus tomed to the type of wine consumed in this country would not touch that which is in favor in Russia, and thero is no doubt his palate would l>o right. Tbe various circumstances we have referred to co.i trlbut .•<! to the increase i/i price, but in one important ;■:-*!» -ct they have now ceased to be felt. InlSfl.'l the M.irue department, which is tbe home of die champagne Indus try, yielded tv n c loan 16,000,000 gallon* lof wine, v. in reas 'ie quantity In 1802 was less than 3.01)0,000 gallon*! Mid tiie ship pers were able to buy on practically their own terms in the abundant year, with the result that they are holding unpreceiieiu ealy large slocks. At tbe beginning of last April, indeed, there were over a hundred million bottles in shippers' caves, while the quantity of wine In casks was only a very little short of 10,000,000 gallons, During tbe last few years the demand has been contracting rather than expand* mi,*. and, looking at This fact in connection with tho enormous stocks, a reduction of price seems to be inevitable, It is natural tl.ai the shippers should desire to dispose of the 1895 vintage at such rates as will return a profit; but those who havo made Up their minds to lose sotnothin p; oil the 1892'b and to recovery it on tbe 1893' a— which were, to them, oply half or a third as costly as the others—as following tbe wiser policy in the real interests of tlie trade, There Is plenty of gcud wine avail able —the quality given In ohampagne gen erally has undoubtedly improved—and in these circumstances it would be a fatal misiaketo cling to a huh price when a lower one might be acoepted. Champagne Is the most Inspiring of all drinks, but if i tlie inspiration be made to) expensive peo ple ot moderate means will bo obliged tr forego it.—Pall ->iall Gaiette. A Great Alule Scandal Until Signor Crispl was driven out of power King Humbert had no adequate idea of tlie grave scandals connected with the military administration generally, and tho conduot of the Abyssinian campaign in particular. Ho thought of nothing worse than Incapacity and errors of judgment, matters which might right themselves in due course. The now premier lias since revealed a part of the truth to him, anil, shocked and grieved, lie bas ordered the strictest inquiry and the punishment of those who are utility. Consequent upon the royal orders, an In quiry is now proceeding concerning tho great mule scandal, It became evident as the campaign progressed that it was vitally Important to have plenty of mules for transport purposes, and certain exalted officers were charged to sco that the needs of the army in that respect were properly supplied. Too war olilee agents overran tiie southern provinces in search of beasts, but none could lie found suve for double too normal price. The government had tt pay un average of $.152 pot* mule, and sometimes tho price ran to $100. It was evident that a ring had been formed, and it was more than suspected that highly placed dignitaries wero directly concerned in it. Aa if this wore not bail enough* the war oflleo agents innocently, through their Incapacity, or guiltily in league with the sellers, bought pretty well every animal offered. Old mules, 12 to 15 years of age, wero sold to them for -1 or 5-year-olds, and ill many cases where the venerable beasts' appearance was againat them, the village blacksmiths had extracted their teeth to give their poor old mouths a look of youth. Enormous profits were mado at tho ex pense of the government and the lives of gallant soldiers; for if it had not been for the utter breakdown of the Itolian tran sport. King Menelek, in all probability would not now be dictating terms of peace to King Humbert. The official returns snow that the Italian mules died by thousands on the way to Massowab or soon after landing, and In fact, the only beaata able to stand the cli mate anil the fatigue of the campaign were young animals bought on the coast of tbe Bed !Soa. The Great Newport Houses Altliou:;ii the Twomblys paid only $700,. 000 for Vinland, it may bo ranked aa the tlprd, and possibly tho second, among Newport's grandest summer residences. That of Cornelius Vnnderbilt is now tho most costly and beautiful; probably Mar hie house, the property of Mrs. Oliver H, P. Belmont, comet, next In grandeur, and Vinland surely ranks next, lt It full of beautiful paintings and other works of art, and iias long been famous for its tapes tries and l.rie-a-brac, for which Miss Lath ertne L. Wolfe, who gave ttiem to Mr. Lor illard, her nephew, paid a great deal of money. Mr. and Mrs. Twomb y propose to add to this already remarkable collec tion and tbey will also improve upon the structure proper. Nothing of any account will be done, however, until autumn, for there ia not now time to accomplish in this line anything worth trying. Mr. and Mrs. Twombly will coiuo to Newport when Mr. and Mrs! Cornelius Vauderbilt do, toward 1 lie close of May. Owing to tho fact that they are iv mourning, they will do no en tertaining to speak of until the sea aon of 1807. Vinlaud, strange to aay, though admirably fittod for such, liua never been used for any social function larger than a small dinner, for Miss Wolfo was of a retiring character, and tbo i.orillards cared only for the sim plest i'tirtn of entertainment. The Twomblys aro expected to show the beau tiful house to society for the llrst time.— i N. Y. Tunes. Fabrics and Odors Dress materials vary greatly in their etc pacity for retaining odors; silk allows al , most all odors to pass through without' j leaving any smell* behind; linen bolda them fast; wool, though it lets many smells j pass through, retains the odors of decay.