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ARE NEARING A CRISIS
THE BELIEF OF BURROWS OF
MICHIGAN
WAR MAY NOT BE IMMINENT
But the Officers of the Government Are
Making Every Effort to Be
Prepared for It
Associated Press Special Wire
NEW YORK, March 17.—United
States Senator Julius C. Burrows of
Michigan, ln a signed statement ln the
World, says:
"I am profoundly Impressed with the
belief that ln our relations with Spain
a crisis is near at hand.
"In a few days the government will
receive the report of the Court of In
quiry. The report will be that the
Maine was destroyed by the explosion
of a Spanish mine or torpedo.
"If the court makes the report that
I anticipate It will, then will come the
tug of war."
"What Is the situation with which
the country ls confronted?"
"A vessel of the United States gov
ernment lies In the port of a friendly
power on the exact spot selected by
that power and the vessel ts on a peace
ful mission. She is destroyed.
jf£-"The question of ports does not en-
Jp*£r Into the discussion of responsibility.
™ Spain was as much bound to protect
the Maine and her crew from harm In
the port of Havana as if she had been
anchored at her Immediate door. I
care not whether the explosion was pro
duced by or through the connivance
of a Spaniard or Cuban, Spain's re
sponsibility for the deed is not lessened
thereby.
! "Suppose that the President of the
United States visited Spain on a friend
ly mission and was the guest of the
Queen Regent and during the night was
murdered by some member of the
Queen's household, or by some fanatical
Spaniard not connected with Spain's
Cabinet, would not this government have
the, right to hold Spain responsible for
the deed? I contend that It would.
"Therefore It is that I say that In our
relations with Spain we are approach
ing a crisis, the solution and settlement
of which Congress alone must deter
mine. The country expects Congress to
do its duty ln the premises and that the
President will do his. Neither can shift
the responsibilities of the hour upon
the other.
"Any proposition of Congress to shirk
responsibility or Impose special powers
upon the President to meet emergencies
as they arise will be resented by the
people. Congress must not only remain
in session until It knows all the facts con
nected with the loss of the Maine, but
must not adjourn until It has settled and
settled right, all other questions that are
pressing for a speedy solution."
WELL INFORMED
NEW YORK, March 17.—The Navy
Department officials have obtained com
plete Information as to the build and
armament of every gun vessel of the
Spanish navy now on the Cuban coast.
There aro no less than thirty-four of
these small vessels of war which are
now doing Cuban patrol duty. The
craft in question are additional to the
fleet which Is at present ln Havana har
bor. The latter consists of the armored
cruisers Vizcaya and Oquendo, the
cruisers Infanta Isabel and Alfonso
XIII, and the torpedo gun vessel Nuevo
Espana.
The small patrol craft are for the
most part of a tonnage varying between
100 and 300 tons. In the 300-ton class
are three built in England. They are
named Herman Cortez, Plzarro and
Vasco Nunez de Balboa. Each boat
carries three officers and fifty men. In
the 200-class are the Diego Velasquez
and Ponce de Leon. Each carry three offi
cers and thirty-five men. In the 100
--ton class are all the remaining gun
boats. The armament of these small
vessels consists in most cases of ten
rapid fire guns and from one to two ma
chine guns.
TODAY'S TRANSFER
LONDON, March 17.—The warship
Amazonas, built for Brazil, but pur
chased by the United States, will be
formally transferred to the United
States tomorrow morning at Gravesend.
Lieutenant-Commander Colwell, the
United States Naval Attache here, will
receive the ship from her Brazilian
commander. A crew from the San
Francisco will then be marched on
board, the Brazilian flag will be hauled I
down and the Brazilian sailors will be
landed. The executive officer of the
San Francisco will probably take com
mand of the Amazonas, and she will sail
for the United States as speedily as
possible, under sealed orders. It is sup
posed she is going to the North Ameri
can Station, where her crew can be rein
forced. The Amazonas has been provi
sioned and coaled for her trip to Brazil.
The United States government pur
chased all the supplies.
Commander Willard H. Brownson, the
agent of the United States government,
who arrived here yesterday from New
York, has been besieged by ship men
and reporters. He says the reports of
the object of his mission are incorrect
and that his errand ls one which he can
not speak about.
Apparently, Commander Brownson Ib
acting as advisor to Lieutenant-Com
mander Colwell.
A special dispatch from Rome says
the Italian Minister of Marine, Admiral
Brln, has informed the Spanish Am
bassador to Italy, Count De Bonomar,
that his request that Italy sell three
warships to Spain will be discussed at
the next cabinet meeting.
FUNDS DISBURSED
WASHINGTON, March 17.-The first
disbursements under the recent act of
congress appropriating $50,000,000 for
the national defense, has been made by
the Treasury Department on an execu
tive order for 1330,000. or $146,995
to be cabled to London to the credit of
Sir William Armstrong, in part payment
for twelve rapid-firing guns, Including
mounts and ammunition. The purchase
Including mounts, etc., is $25,000 for each
gun, or $252,000 for the twelve. In ad
dition to this payment the Treasury De
partment will cable Rothschilds at Lon
don $1,689,621 in full payment for the
Brazilian cruiser Amazonas, and in part
payment for the Abreuall.
The twelve rapid-fire guns are for the
use, of the War Department.
The largest measure of preparation
yet made by the War Department to
meet the contingencies of the future
probability has Just been created. It
ls the preparation of a bill providing,
among other sections, for the placing of
the army on a war footing of the full
strength of 104,000 men. The bill haa
been carefully gone over by the War|
t Department and will be Introduced ln
the House by Representative Hull,
chairman of the House Committee on
Military Affairs, who, it Is expected,
' will urge it vigorously, Inasmuch as It
Is an administration measure. The
basis of the bill will be the well known
three battalion organization. That is
the Ideal peace status of the army, but
provision Is made for the exercise by
the President of full power to increase
each one of the existing companies
from 75 men, the present strength, to
260 men.
MOVEMENT OF MARINES
NEW YORK, March 17—A detachment
of thirty-three marines was hurriedly
sent away early today from the Marine
Barracks at the New York Navy Yard.
■ They will join the cruiser Newark, at
League Island Navy Yard. A detail of
twenty-five blue Jackets for the Rich
mond, also at League Island, was taken
to Jersey City on a tug. It was an
nounced at the Marine Barracks today
that an order for the Immediate enlist
ment of 473 men had been received from
Washington.
WHAT BRITAIN WOULD DO
NEW YORK, March 17.—Great prom
inence is given ln the English press lo
reports of pro-British demonstrations
In New York places of amusements, says
the World's London correspondent.
These accounts undoubtedly have stir
red public feeling here strongly. But
a representative Tory newspaper, tho
GMobe, sneers thus: "Of course the
trouble with Spain, which has a navy,
has nothing to do with this sudden love
for England."
As the suggestion for a rapproche
ment first came from this side, that
comment is gratuitous.
Sidney Lowe, one of England's ablest
Journalists, and recently editor of the
St. James Gazette, but now on the staff
of the Standard, sends from the United
States a powerful plea for American in
tervention. He sayß:
"What would England's actions have
been If an Armenia were In the English
channel? There Is only one answer—We
should not have endured It.
"The Spanish would have been cleared
out, bag and baggage from Cuba long
ago, with reluctance perfectly genuine,
with emphatic protestations of disinter
estedness which we should have meant,
though nobody would have believed us.
"We should have blockaded the Island,
bombarded Havana as we did Alex
andria, and occupied Cuba as we are
now occupying Egypt to the bubbling
Indignation and resentment of foreign
nations and estimable benefit of the in
habitants. Some Lord Cromer or Sir
Herbert Kitchner would have tasghtthe
Islanders what law, order and honest
finance mean, and some tens of thou
sands of miserable paciflcos and wretch
ed Spanish conscripts would not have
died of starvation, or been butchered or
murdered.
"It would have been an unwelcome
task for us, but It would have been
undertaken and accomplished If the
shores of Great Britain Instead of those
of the United States hedged the blue
waters in the Mexican gulf."
PULLING FOR PEACE
NEW YORK, March 17.—A dispatch
to the Tribune from London says: The
negotiations for the purchase of war
ships is still in progress, the Spanish
agents having money at their disposal
in London. The only vessel which they
are believed to have purchased ls Mc-
Calmont's large steam yacht, now ln the
Mediterranean sea. Spain would have
secured the Amazonas and Admiral
Abrouall a week ago if the vote of $50,
--000,000 had not been passed.
, Lieutenant Colwell had previously en
tered a bid for them. The Spanish
agents made a determined effort to se
cure them but failed. Brazil at first
sought to sell four ships, Including the
two coast defense vessels building ln
France, which are only half finished,
but finally consented to deliver the
Amazonas, provided her sister ship at
Armstrong's was included in the con
tract. These negotiations were con
ducted by Mr. Henry White and the
Brazilian Minister, with assistance from
the naval attaches of each government.
In addition, the O'Higgins is now the
object of keen bargaining, and there ls
at least one fine cruiser in a oontlnental
port which is likely to be purchased.
Notwithstanding these warlike pre
parations, the general feeling among
the Amerloan and English bankers here
ls that war between Spain and the
United States will be averted. All the
conservatives on the street consider an
outbreak of hostilities improbable. The
stock list today reflects this feeling.
The Rothschild influence is reported
to be strongly exerted In Paris and Mad
rid In the interest of a peaceful settle
ment between the two countries.
Kindliness of Friends
Whenever a friend finds that doing a cer
tain thing makes you nervous, he becomes
frenzied to do It.—Atchison Globe.
The Herald.
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lERALD SUB-AGENCIES—
ADVERTISEMENTS left at the fol
lowing agencies will receive prompt at
tention, and will be printed as quickly
and with the same care as if left at tbe
main office, 138 S. Broadway:
DOWNEY AYE. AND EAST SIDE—
L. P. COLLETTE. 621 Downey aye.
OLD WORLD DRUG STORE, 1028
Downey aye.
WM. H. HARMON, 766 Pasadena aye.
CENTRAL AYE AND VERNON—
H. L. SCHERB, Adams st and Central
avenue.
CHICAGO PHARMACY, Central aye.
and Twelfth st
3. V. AKEY, corner Central and Ver
non avenues.
MAIN ST. AND SOUTHWEST—
E. T. PARKE PHARMACY, 3129 S.
Main.
WESTLAKE GROCERY, corner Alva
rado and Seventh sts.
H. L. PARK. DRUGGIST, cor. Thirty
eighth and Wesley aye.
T. W. BROWN, JR., DRUGGIST,
Junction of Hoover, Union and Twenty
fourth sts.
TEMPLE AND NORTHWEST—
DR. H. KALLEWODA, DRUGGIST,
cor. Temple st. and Beaudry aye.
FRANK D. OWEN, cor. Temple and
Belmont aye.
VIOLE ft uopxziCH, DRUGGISTS,
427 N. Main st
BOYLE HEIGHTS—
H. C. WORLAND. 2133 E. First, Sta
tion B.
J. P. WYLIH, 1977 E. First.
3. M. HARRIS, 1841 B. First
LOS ANGELES HERALD $ FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1898
i SPECIAL NOTICES
I OFFICE'oF THE
of the American Fraternal League, room
; 404 Byrne block. At the annual meeting
of this association this day held, among
i other things the following proceedings
I were had:
i OFFICERS ELECTED
; Ezra C. Pratt, Minneapolis, Minn., past
president.
J. R. Wheat, Los Angeles, Cal., prcsl
f dent.
S. W. Lultwleler, Los Angeles, Cal.,
' senior vice president.
John Burr, Los Angeles, Cal., junior
vice president.
D. w. Field, Los Angeles, Cal., treas
urer.
L. P. Crane, Los Angeles, Cal., secre
tary.
M. P. Snyder, Los Angeles, Cal., auditor.
J. W. Trueworthy, Los Angeles, Cal.,
' medical Inspector.
Johnstone Jones, Los Angeles, Cal.,
[ Counsel.
H. 3. Butler, Santa Barbara, Cal., con
ductor.
A. M. Elson, Pasadena, Cal., guide.
J. H. Hall, Santa Ann, Cal., watchman.
1 Allen)C. Keith, Elslnore, Cal., sentinel.
TRUSTEES
Ezra. C. Pratt, J. R. Wheat, D. W. Field,
S. W. Lultwleler, John Burr, D. D. Whit
ney, Johnstone Jones.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
J. R. Wheat, S. W. Lultwleler, D. W.
Field.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Receipts to February 28, IS9S $7208.65
Credited national benefici
ary fund $5021.35
Credited national expense
fund 2187.30
Certificates Issued, 630, 1n5uring...5659,200.00
Paid sick and accident claims 714.00
Net balance to credit of nntlonnl
beneficiary fund invested and at
Interest for the protection of
certificate holders (measured by
the standard for safety of the
American experience table of
mortality plus 20 per cent as a
a reserve) $4,730.60
L. P. CRANE. National Secretary.
Los Angeles, March 17, 1898.
WOTICE-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Protective Sav
ings Mutual Building and Loan Associa
tion will be held at its office. No. 406
S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal., on the
22d of March, 1898, at 2 p. m., for the pur
pose of electing officers and directors for
the ensuing year and for the considera
tion of such other business as may prop
erly come before the meeting. (Signed.)
W. J. PATTERSON, President; WIL
LIAM GEORGE BLEWETT, Secretary.
22
"MAINE"—A BEAUTIFUL GRAVURE
of the U. S. S. man-of-war MAINE
mailed in tube, postpaid, on receipt of
25 cents. Agents wanted. This picture
is not a cheap photograph or chromo,
but a highly artistic hand-painted "gra
vure," size 10x16 inches, the sale of which
will net large profits to agents. H. A.
ROST PRINTING AND PUBLISHING
CO., 216 William st.. New York. 18
WANTED—AGENTS AND DEALERS TO
handle our self-lighting Incandescent gas
lamp Yxalla; no reaming of gaßway; no
air shutter to disarrange; no smoky or
broken mantles; no broken chimneys; the
only perfect lamp on the market; see it
and be convinced. YXALLA INCAN
DESCENT LIGHT CO., 103 E. Fourteenth
street, N. Y. 18
NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol
lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling
are between the hours of 6 and 8 oclock
a. m. and 6 and 8 oclock p. m. For a vio
lation of the above regulations the water
will be shut off and a fine ol $2 will be
charged before the water will be turned
on again. tf
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN PROFES
sors, teachers, tutors, governesses sup
plied to universities, colleges, schools and
families; musical department; modern
languages spoken. MIRIAM COYRIERE
AGENCY, Book building, 150 Fifth aye.,
corner Twentieth St., New York. 18
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS
and copyrights secured in all countries;
no charge for negotiating patents ob
tained through us; send for patent guide
and hints, free. EDGAR TATE & CO.,
Patent Solicitors, 245, Broadway, N. Y.
18
CAL. GOLDEN BRAND (HYGIENIC)
coffee is not a common cereal, but a health
beverage of pure ingredients and rich fla
vor made In three minutes. Cures indiges
tion. Newmark & Co., wholesale. Ask
your grocer or write 615% S. Main.
MODEL STEAM DYE WORKS—
Offloe, 219% W.,Fourth st. For a short
time we will clean skirts for 50c. and up; .
pants only 50c. Try our French dry- '
cleaning process. Tel. M. 1063. tf
CARE AND INTELLIGENCE IN LAUN
derlng clothes has its effect; send along
your bundles to the EXCELSIOR LAUN
DRY. Telephone Main 367 or drop a pos
tal.
THE DAILY JOURNAL, PUBLISHING
county official records, real estate trans
fers, mortgages, Hens, building news; one
dollar monthly; 206 New High st tf i
RING MAIN 217; CARPETS CLEANED
laid same day. PIONEER STEAM CAR
PET CLEANING WORKS, office 643 S.
Broadway. tf
CEYLON TEAS, $sc, 60c, 75c; GENUINE '
Mocha and Java, 850. J. D. LEE &CO
I*o W. Fifth, between Spring and Main.
■ 1-26-99 1
CHINESE AND JAPANESE HELP FUR~
nlshed. GEORGE LEM, 240% E. Ist st
Tel Q. 403. 3-19
SHOES REPAIRED; MEN'S SOLES, »sc
ladles' soles, 30c. 405 8. Spring st. -12-98 -
PATENTS AND COPYRIGHTS
inventions, designs, register trade-marks
and copyrights. Offices, 233, 234 and 235 -
Stlmson block. Established 1549. 1-8-99 1
EXCURSIONS
ducted excursions every Tuesday and
Wednesday; low rates; quick time; Un- Z
ion depot, Chicago; office 214 S. Spring st.
m 8-26
WATCHMAKERS
spoons. New designs, moderate prices.
Inspeot these goods. W. J. GETZ, jew- 1
eler. 836 8. Broadway.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION
Winston St., near the postofflce building;
Brlggs pianos, new and secondhand; -
also other makes. tf
MINING AND ASSAYING ,
THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFl?ICE
and Chemical Laboratory, 124 8. Main st
R. A. PEREZ, E. M.. Manager. 12-4tf
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
WHOLESALE
and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT
MARKET, 136 8. Main st. Tel. 550. tf
— \
BOOKS
and exchanged. JONES' BOOK STORE
226 and 228 W. First st. tf '
MASSAGE
BROADWAY'
room 41, Isurth floor; take elevator, v
WANTED *
Mlds"HeTp~~~~~~~~
HUMMEL BROS. & CO..
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS.
California Bank building,
$00-302 W. Second st, in basement
Telephone 609.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Teamster, $20 etc.; boy, fruit wagon, $2
etc. week; sailors for Hawaiian Islands;
English coachman, $35 etc.; bookbinder;
ranch hand, $20 etc.; lithographer; boy for
dairy, $8 etc.; lltho pressman; budder, $30
etc.; woodchoppers, $1.1" cord.
MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Pantry man, $15 month; pastry cook,
country, $40; short order cook, $30 month:
second cook, $25 month; bakers' helper,
country, $5 week; meat cook, hotel, $40
month; lunch counter cook, $7.50 week;
cook, $12 week, country; caterer, $15
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
Two German cooks, $2.V, 2 house girls,
Alhambra, $20; Santa Ann, $15; cook, san
itarium, $30; house girl, $25; 3, $20; (J, $15;
girls to assist, $10 to $12; nurse girl, coun
try. $12; nurse girl, home nights, $12.
LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Two waitresses. Santa Barbara. $20;
Arizona, Ontario, Sun Bernardino, 2 Red
lands, call early, $20; cook, delicacy store,
$25; laundress. Arizona, $30; waitresses,
call and register.
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.
WANTED—THE CLERKS' EXCHANGE
of Snn Francisco has established a branch
office at rooms 12 and 13,203 S. Broadway,
in charge of C. S. ElchholtS and a staff of
competent city canvassers. This agency
Is operated strictly on a membership ba
sis, dealing only with high-class positions.
A membership ls good for one year, at a
cost of less than 10 cents per week, and In
cludes tho benefit of 8 established Pa
cific coast offices. If a member accepts
a position for 2 or 3 months then vacates
It, the samo membership fee secures fur
ther service. Investigate our system and
references. C. S. EICHHOLTZ, Man
ager. 20
WANTED—SALESMEN TO TAKE OR
ders for our "Shakespearian Library,"
with "McClure's Magazine;" also, Mark
Twain's new book. "Following the Equa
tor," and other publications. We will
make liberal arrangements with capable
parties. Apply to Manager Subscription
Department, Doubleday & Me.Clure Co.,
141 E. Twenty-fifth St., New York city. 18
WANTED—RELIABLE MEN EVERY
where to tack up ndv. signs; $25 earned
weekly working for us; exclusive terri
tory; those meaning business Inclose 10c
for postage, packing, sample, etc. WIL
SON CHEMICAL CO., Tyrone, Perm. 18
rRAVELING AGENTS—THREE FOR
my new system; will pay salary. HUGH
G. MAXON. Accountant, 220 S. Williams
st., South Bend. Ind. 18
WANTED—A YOUNG MAN THOR
oughly experienced in wash fabrics and
colton dress goods. VILLE DE PARIS.
18
WANTED—SOO MEN TO HAVE THEIR
shoes soled, 35c. McLESKEY'S, cheapest
place on earth, 124 E. Second St. 19
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE IN 2
months. Los Angeles Barber college,
336 ft E. First st. ap 4
'Female Help
WANTED—LADIES TO MAKE SAMPLE
patches at home; $8 per week; no can
vassing; send reply envelope for sample
and particulars. FOSTER MACHINE
CO., 525 W. Twenty-ninth St., New York.
18
LGENTS—S7 DAILY, TO SELL SPE
cialty soaps and give customers double
their value ln handsome presents; sam
ple outfit free. MODOC SOAP CO., Cin
cinnati, O. 18
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cor. San Julian. tf
Male and Female Help
VANTED—SOLICITORS FOR "THE
Beautiful Life of Frances E. Willard,"
published under the auspices and In
dorsed by the W. C. T. U.; the only offi
cial book; prepared by Anna Gordon, for
21 years Miss Willard's secretary; beau
tifully Illustrated; only $2; tremendous
demand; bonanza for agents; superb
book; liberal commissions; credit given;
freight paid; complete outfit 50c. Address
quick, THE DOMINION COMPANY, au
thorized distributors, 356 Dearborn st.,
Chicago. 18
VANTED—AGENTS TO SELL MURAT
Halsted's great Cuba Book; all about
Cuba, Spain and war; great excitement;
everyone buys It; one agent sold 87In one
day; another made $18 In one hour; 600
pages; magnificent illustrations; photo
graphs, etc.; low price; we guarantee
the most liberal terms; freight paid; 20
days' credit; outfit free; send 6 2-cent
stamps to pay postage. THE BIBLE
HOUSE, 324 Dearborn St., Chicago. 18
WANTED—AGENTS, EITHER BEX, TO
sell automatic broomholders; new Inven
tion; big money; fast sellers; sample,
postpaid, 15 cents. VANDER KOORDE,
5 Leopold St., Rochester, N. Y. 18
Agents
WANTED—AGENTS; WE HAVE IN
vented a device for printing signs on
fences, bridges, rocks—any rough sur
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sell one in every store. ARC CO., 62 Arc
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day selling our popular priced cameras;
most profitable agents' line on the mar
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LA CROSSE CAMERA CO., X 34, La
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>'ANTED—AGENTS MAKING $40 TO $80
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vented; both canvassing and general
agents needed; full particulars by mail
MUNROE MFG. CO., X 24, La Crosse
Wis. 18
r ANTED-AGENTS IN CITIES? 80LE
control given; pneumatic receiver; fits all
telephones; self-sellers; big profits. G. H
REED & CO., 253 Broadway, N. Y. 18
Money
/ANTED-$l5OO ON CITY LOTS, CLOSE
in; just sold for $3500. Address C, Box
•4, Herald office. 18
.ANTED—SISOO ON CITY LOTS, CLOSE
In; just sold for $3500. Address C, Box
44, Herald office. 17
Partners
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Miscellaneous
'ANTED—MAGIC LANTERN AND
stereopticon lecturers and exhibitors to
know that the Optlgraph Moving Pic
ture Machine is the best on the market
md can be attached to any magic lan
ern or stereopticon; the greatest enter
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3f machine, only $35; films for animated
pictures, $3 each and up. For full par
ticulars address SEARS, ROEBUCK &
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FOR SALE
Housss
FOR SALE—NEW COTTAGE, 5 ROOMS,
bath, water closet, sink, hard finished;
3 closets, pantry, front and screen porch,
mantel, fine finish, screens, and 40 foot
lot, fenced, $950; $200 cash; on White St.,
140 ft. west of Central aye. WIESEN
DANGER, 427 S. Broadway. 1
FOR SALE—FOR $7.j0 A MONTH AND A
■mall cash payment I will build you a
new 4-room cottage, plastered and paint
ed to suit ln my Third Addition, Eighth
and Mateo sts. Why pay rent, when you
can own your home? O. A. SMITH, 213
W. First st. tf
FOR SALE—MODERN FIVE-ROOM
cottage, new and handsome, 243 East
Twenty-seventh St.; $200 cash, balance
monthly. tf
FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT & SMITH. Pomona, Cal. tf
City Lots and Lands
FOR SALE—OUT ON THE HEALTHFUL
hills, where the air Is pure, sweet and
delicious, where In winter the tenderest
flowers bloom without fear of frost, and
ln summer nobody knows it is hot till
he comes down to the lower levels—one
or more of the prettiest hill lots In Los
Angeles.
They are on Arnold st. and front south.
They are between Blxel st. and Lucas
aye.
Arnold Is the street midway between
Third and Fourth sts., and Blxel street,
and Lucas avenue, and half-way between
Spring street and Westlake park.
They are beautifully situated and the
neighborhood is first class. They are
smooth and level and Just high enough
above the sidewalk to be nice. The street
improvements are all finished and paid
for.
These are not "cheap" lots. Nobody
need look at them with that idea. If you
want a lot or lots nice enough to be worth
at least $1500 apiece, see these, for you
can get them now for $1100.
S. R. HENDERSON,
1257 W. Fourth st., or Herald office.
FOR SALE—EAST FRONT LOT ON CEN
tral aye., first vacant lot south of Pico
street; worth $1000, but $550 will take it
today. L. H. MITCHEL. 130 8. Broad
way. tf
FOR SALE—I AM OFFERING A FINE,
large lot on W. Eighteenth st. for less
than it is worth. A. K. CRAWFORD, 203
S. Broadway, room 4. 16-18-20
FOR SALE—A HOME FOR $1 A WEEK;
a 40-foot lot, $150, on White St.; Vernon
cars. WIESENDANGER, 427 S. Broad
way. 1
FOR SALE-SCSO; NICE LOT ON WEST
Twelfth st.; work all paid. A. K. CRAW
FORD, 203 S. Broadway, room 4. 16-18-20
Country Property
FOR SALE—LAND IN PARCELS TO
suit at Colegrove, a near suburb of Los
Angeles, on Santa Monica electric road.
COLE & COLE, attorneys, 232 N. Main
et.. Los Angeles. tf
FOR SALE-IMPROVED STOCK RANGE
In New Mexico; partially stocked with
cattle; well adapted for both cattle and
sheep. Inquire room 45, Phillips block. 23
Eiive Stock
FOR SALE-TO MAKE ROOM FOR
young stock, thoroughbred white Leg
horn hens, $6 per dozen, if taken this
week; also brown and black Leghorn
hens at $7. 945 Pasadena aye. 21
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-MEXICAN FRUIT AND
coffee lands in small tracts on easy pay
ments. LA COMPANIA EMPRESA
MEXICANA, 1801 Fisher building, St.
Louis, Mo. 18
FOR SALE—CHEAP—SECOND - HAND
store doors, sashes, counters, shelving,
etc. 216 East Fourth st. 4-12
FOR SALE-3000 CHOICE MISSION OL
ive trees at a bargain. S. J. MATHES,
127 S. Broadway. 18
FOR SALE-CHEAP, FURNITURE OF
5-room cottage, brand new. Address U
Box 39 Herald. tf
TOR BENT
Houses
FOR RENT—COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS,
bath, barn, 822 Stanford aye.; water free
sl2.
795 Kohler St., 5 rooms, $12.
781 ft Merchant St., 4 rooms, $10.
909 E. Ninth, 6 rooms, bath, barn, $15.
WIESENDANGER, 427 S. Broadway. 22
Rooms
lEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY FRONT
rooms; bath; light housekeeping. 600
Temple st., N. W. corner Grand aye. 19
Miscellaneous
i
TOR RENT
FINE CHANCE FOR A
MANUFACTURING CONCERN
The quarters formerly occupied by The
Herald Printing Establishment.
No. 221 EAST FOURTH ST.
Are offered for rent or to lease for a
term of years.
A large two-story building, well suited
to manufacturing purposes, equipped
with steam plant ln perfect running ro
der; apparatus for oil burning, etc.
Terms very reasonable. Apply at Her
ald business office, 136 S. Broadway, tf
EDUCATIONAL
S. Spring St., Los Angeles, the oldest,
largest and most elegantly equipped
commercial school ln Southern Califor
nia; hundreds ot successful graduates in
banking and business houses; in session
all the year; enter any day; evening
school on Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day evening; three complete courses.com
merclaL English and shorthand and
typewriting; a thorough, practical and
progressive school; large faculty of ex
pert teachers; rates of tuition reasonable.
Call or write for catalogue.
iOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE,'
112 W. Third St., Currier block; up-to
date, progressive, advantages unsur
passed; day and evening sessions; write
for catalogue and booklet on new budget
system. $-28
•RrVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS ONLY—
Potomac block, 217 8. Broadway. Special
advantages and low rates. A. B. BROWN,
M. A. (Yale). 3-21
'HE NEW YORK SCHOOL OR ORATO
ry and for the cure of stammering; 1244
Broadway, New York. GEO. R. PHIL
LIPS, Prin. 18
CORTINA METHOD-SEND FOR ClR
cular. CORTINA'S ACADEMY, 44 W.
Thirty-fourth St., N. Y. 18
L GRADUATE FELLOW OF YALE
will tutor privately. Address 742 W.
Seventh at. 16-18-20
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE—ONE OF THE BEBT-PAY
ing businesses ln Southern California,
netting $250 per week clear of all ex
penses; near Los Angeles; will take $6000,
one-half down, balance on time, or will
take part payment ln Los Angeles clear
property; stock will Invoice at $05*10. in
cluding liquor on hand, etc.; or will sell
one-half interest to right party who is
capable to take charge. For further in
formation Inquire of Union Loan Co.,
room 114, Stimson block. tf
WANTED—RELIABLE MEnln eVeRY
locality, local or traveling, to introduce
a new discovery and keep our show cards
tacked up on trees, fences and bridges
throughout town und country; steady
employment; commission or salary; $<ir.
per month and expenses not to exceed
$2.50 per day; money deposited In any
bank at start if desired; write for par
ticulars. THE GLOBE MEDICAL
ELECTRIC CO., Buffalo, N. Y. 18
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO COIN
money to sell the Columbia Grapha
phones, the machine that talks, sings,
plays and laughs. Address THE COLUM
BIA GRAPHOPHONE CO., 130 Hutton
St., Jersey City, N. J. 18
COFFEE AND RUBBER ARE MONEY
winners; for small tracts of land on easy
payments see LA COMPANIA EMPRE*-
SA MEXICANA, ISOI Fisher building.
Chicago. 18
WANTED—MAN OR WOMAN; I lIAVE A
good business proposition for small cap
ital, or will take what you have at equal
value. Call at 609 ft s. Spring, room 7. 17
WANTED—MAN WITH:S7STO TAKE IN
terest In the best paying business in the
city. Call 108 N. Spring st., room 14. 18
I. D. BARNARD, 103 S. BROADWAY,
will sell out your business. tf
MEDIUMS
Trance Medium,
314 East First street
HER EQUAL HAS NEVER BEEN
FOUND FOR GIVING CORRECT AND
TRUTHFUL LIFE READINGS. SHE
LIFTS THE DARK VEIL OF THE
PAST AND PENETRATES THE
MYSTERIES OF THE FU
TURE. HER POWER EX
CITES THE WONDER
AND ADMIRATION OF
EVEN THE MOST
SKEPTICAL.
Glf;ed by nature with marvelous me
diumistlc power, she can be consulted
on all affairs pertaining to human wel
fare. If you are ln trouble about love
affairs, come to her; she will give you
valuable advice and true revelations con
cerning It; restores lost affection; re
moves all difficulties; reunites the sep
arated and causes speedy and happy
marriage with the one of your choice.
Gives full name of future husband or
wife; also, friends and enemies, and tells
if the one who loves you is true or false.
Tells what business you are the best
adapted to, and what days and locations
are lucky for you. Tells of your absent
ones and what they are doing. If busi
ness, family or money matters perplex
you, call on this lady; she will straight
en out your affairs and give you success
in all your undertakings. She never
makes mistakes, having rare and won
derful Insight In business, law, divorce,
family and money matters. She tells you
of lost estates, burled treasure, lost wills;
in fact, everything you want to know.
AH letters with stamps enclosed prompt
ly answered. Hours, 10 a. m. to 9. p. m.
Ladies, SOc. 12
REMOVED, MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM
and palmist; life reading, business specu
lations, mineral locations, removals, law
suits, travels, marriage, children, dis
positions and capabilities; all affairs of
life. 236 ft S. Spring St., room 4. Fees, 60c
and IL tf
MME. LEO. MEDIUM AND CARD
reader; tells past, present and future;
gives lucky charms, brings the separated
together; causes speedy marriage; ail
those ln trouble, love, business and fam
ily affairs, see her. 125 W. Fourth st
MME. GRACE, CARD MEDIUM AND
palmist; the wonder of the 19th century;
reveals the past, present and future. 544
S. Los Angeles St., between Fifth and
Sixth sts. tf
MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT AND
life business reading medium; all busi
ness affairs of life looked into for the ad
vancement of your future. 316 ft S. Spring
street. tf
MRS. E. M. DUVAL, CLAIRVOYANT
the most wonderful ln her profession;
now at 618 S. Los Angles st.
AGNES W. PLEASANCE, TRANCE
spirit medium; sittings daily. 866 ft S.
Spring st. tf
BUSINESS PERSONALS
specialty soaps as sample and introduc
ing and selling perfection gaslight burn
ers; no chimney; no smoke; no wick;
makes kerosene lamps give brilliant, clear
gaslight; Bample free to workers. A. W.,
Perfection Mfg. Co., Cincinnati, O. 18
♦.GENTS—GOLD ALLOY AMERICAN
watches, $2.45, warranted 5 years; exclu
sive territory and big profits to agents;
send for sample, and catalogue free.
KERNE'S WATCH STORE, 140 Fulton
St., N. Y. 18
♦.GENTS FOR NEW MAGIC X-RAY
burner; only genuine; fits oil lamps, gives
brilliant gaslight; no chimney; no bother;
fast seller; agents' samples free. X-RAY
MFG. CO., 253 Broadway, N. Y. 18
DENTISTS
♦iJAMs"' V BROs7;
239 ft S. Spring St.; painless extraction SOc;
fillings; plates from $4; all work guar
anteed; established 12 years. Hours, 8-5;
Sundays, 10-12. Telephone, Black 1273. tf
PRANK STEVENS, 324 ft S. SPRING ST.;
open days and evenings; also Sundays;
electric light. Tel. Black 821.
SR. B. W. DAY, DENTIST, 142 S. BROAD
way, room 127, New Hellman building.
4-16
OR. BALDWIN, DENTIST" GRANT
bldg., 4th and Broadway. Tel. G. 1071. 3-11
BATHS
BAT^ojluTlrßA^rasTc^
and massage. 233 W. First, room 4, be
tween Spring and Broadway. 4-11-98
IRACE ROBINSON, GENUINE VAPOR
and hot salt tub baths; select patronage.
120 N. Main St., rooms 3 and 4. 4-22-98
JR. ETTA RALPH, FROM THE EAST;
thermal cabinet baths; massage. 230 W.
First St., rooms 30 and 31. 4-2
jEORA DARWIN, VAPOR BATHS—SE-
Iect patronage only. 224 S. Main street,
room 6. 8-24-93
LOST AND FOUND
COLORED" SPRING
overcoat, on Mission road, between San
Gabriel and Baldwin's ranch. Return to
Broadway hotel and receive liberal re
ward. lg
I"OUND—MARCH 14, A SUM OF MONEY,
which the owner may giving
satisfactory proof of same and paying
for notices. ATWOOD, 115 N. Main st.
18
PHYSICIANS
tumors; no knife or pain. 107 ft N. Main
street . tt
. . . .»..". A. ,„•-.. - '
3
MONEY TO LOAN
WON LOAN COMPANY. STIMSON
block, corner Third and Spring, loans
money on all kinds of collateral security,
watches, diamonds, furniture and pianos,
without removal; low interest; money
at once; business confidential; private of
fice for ladies. CLARK A. SHAW, man
ager, rooms 113, 114 and 115, first floor.
Tel. 1651. References, Citizens' bank. Se
curity Savings Bank. tf
'O LOAN—MONEY IN LARGE OR
small amounts at lower rates of interest
than others charge on all kinds of col
lateral security, diamonds, watches. Jew
elry, pianos, furniture; life Insurance and
all good collateral; partial payments re
ceived; money quick; private office foe
ladles. G. M. JONES, rooms 13-14, 264 S,
Broadway. 1-80-99
HONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
jewelry and sealskins; also on pianos and
household furniture, without removal;
business confidential; private office for
ladies; low rates of Interest. PACIFIC
LOAN CO., W. E. DE GROOT, manager,
rooms 2, 3 and 4,114 8. Spring St.
4AVINGS FUND AND BUILDING SOCl
ety; the oldest building and loan associa
tion In Southern California; established
In ISS3; loans on monthly payments on
city real estate; fifteenth annual series
now open. Rooms 101-102 WILSON
BLOCK, First and Spring sts. tf
WANTED—NORWEGIAN, 23 YEARS OF
age, having- six years' experience In ship
broker's and shipowner's business and
speaking English, French and German,
wants situation; good references. R. H.,
14 Lewieham High Road, New CroBS,
London, England. 18
lOWA LOAN CO., LOANS" ON DIaT
monds, jewelry, sealskins and house
hold furniture; business confidential;
money at once. W. E. SANSOME, man
ager, rooms 55 end 66, Bryson block,
Second and Spring sts 4-4
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM HOW
to $200,000, on inside gilt-edged income
bearing property oniy. Inquire of F. Q.
STORY, room 303 Henne block, 122 West
Third et.
HONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, sealskins, car
riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts and
all kinds of collateral security; storage
free ln our warehouse. LEE BROS., 40}
S. Spring st. tf
TO LOAN—ABAREEL OF MONEY ON
diamonds, pianos, furniture and all first
class securities; business confidential.
CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway, room*
1 and 2. 6-29-tf
ro LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON
real estate security, I have It ln any
amount; $5000 to $50,000 at 6 per cent.
WM. F. BOSBYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway.
5-20-tf
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, ROOM
308 Wilcox building, lend money on any
good real estate; building loans made; it
you wish to lend or borrow call on us. tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE
ln any amount. 5 to 8 per cent Interest;
light expense. HOWE & OBEAR, 311
Bradbury building, tf
MONEY TO LOAN—S2OO TO $95,000 ON
city or country real estate. LEE A. Mo-
CONNELL & CO., rooms 302 and 203, 213
S. Broadway. tf
MONEY TO LOAN UPON EASY
terms ot repayment. STATE MUTUAL
BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N. 141 S.
Broadway. 6-20-tf
TO LOAN-ON REAL ESTATE. ANY
amount, 6 to 8 per cent net; light ex
pense. LYON & SNELL, 218 S. Broad
way.
[ CAN MAKE YOU LARGE OR SMALL
loans at very light expense. HENRY
HART, 103 E. Second st. tf
MONEY~AT~i PER CENT ON GOOD
real property. M. F. ODE A, 203 Brad
bury building. tf
MONEY TO LOAN—BUILDING LOANS
a specialty. EDW. D. SILENT Ht CO., 211
W. Second. tf
TO LOAN—MONEY QUICKLY, QUIET-
Iy, reasonably. R. D. LIST, 226 Wilcox
block. tf
FOB EXCHANGE
Beal Estate
i"OR EXCHANGE-HANDSOME TEN
room modern house, southwest, half
trade, balance long as wanted at 7 per
cent. L. H. MITCHEL, 136 S. Broad-
tf
PERSONALS
WEDTICAL ELISCTRIC!IAN
from 819 S. Grand aye. to 618 W. Eighth
St.; female diseases treated by electrlc
lty; cure guaranteed. tf
LINES OF TRAVEL
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHiTCO
The company's elegant steamers SANTA
lOSA and POMONA leave REDONDO at
1 a. m. and PORT LOS ANGELES at 2:30
1. m. for San Francisco, via Santa Barbara
md Port Harford, Mar. 4, 8,12, 16, 20, 24,28,
Vpr. 1, 5, 9, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, May 3, 7,11,15.
9 23,27,31. Leave PORT LOS ANGELES at
'a. m. and REDONDO at 11 a. m. for
ian Diego via Newport, Mar. 2, 6,10,14,18.
2, 26, 30, Apr. 3. 7, 11, 15, 19, 23, 27, May 1, 6,
i, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29. The Santa Rosa will not
itop at Newport. Cars connect via Redon
lo, leave Santa Fo depot at 10 a. m. or from
tedondo railway depot at 9:30 a. m.
Cars connect via Port Los Angeles leave
I. P. R. R- depot at 1:35 p. m. for steamers
orth bound.
The steamers COOS BAY and *BONITA
cave SAN PEDRO and EAST SAN PE
)RO for San Francisco, via Ventura, Car
penterla, Santa Barbara, Gavlota, Port
larford, Cayucos, San Simeon, Monterey
nd Santa Cruz at 6:30 p. m. Mar. 1, 5, 9,
3 17, 21, 25, 29, Apr. 2, 6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 26, 30,
Hay 4, 8. 12, 16, 20, 24, 28 ('freight only),
iars connect with steamers via San Pedro
cave S. P. R. R. (Arcade depot) at 5:03 p.
n. and Terminal railway depot at 5:10 p. m.
The company reserves the right to change
without previous notice steamers, sailing
ates and hours of sailing.
Y. PARRIS, Agt., 124 W. Second St., Los
Angeles.
tOODALL, PERKINS & CO., Gen. Agts.,
San Francisco.
j LOS ANQELES F '
- TERMINAL £
H RAILWAY CO. F
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS,
EFFECT FEB. 21, 1893.
'Rom Los Angeles to Depart Arrive
lendale, Troplco, I "8:50 am *10:00 am
erdugo Park ) *S :55 pm *5:07 pm
asadena, < *7:15 am *8:42 am
arvanza, 4*12:15 pm *1:52 pm
istricbFarm ( *s:Bopm *o:sspm
an Pedro, i •8:46 am •8:15 am
ong Beach, 4 *1:55 pm •12:05n'n.
erminol Island I *s:lopm *s:«pm
ltadena *12:15pm *I:s2pm
atalina Island (8:45 am 15:25 pm
Daily. fExcept Sunday.
Excursion rates every day. Boyle
leights, Daly street and Downey aye. car
nes pass Terminal Stations.
S. B. HYNES, General Manager.
.OS ANGELES AND REDONDO RAlL
way Company.
Los Angeles depot: Cor. .Grand aye. and
efferson st.
Leave Leave <
Los Angeles Redondo for 'U
for Redondo Los Angeles >
1:30 a. m. 8:00 a. m. <%
1:30 p. m. 11:00 a. m.
1:30 p. m. 1:16 p. m.
1:30 p. m. Sat. only 6:30 p. m. Sat only ' ,
Take Grand aye. electric cars or Mai*
L and Agricultural park cars.
U 1. PERRY BuperintetiaesA j

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