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RESISTED THE BURGLAR
RECEIVING FATAL WOUNDS IN
VTHE STRUGGLE
E. J. CROLY OF SACRAMENTO
(Attempts the Apprehension of a
> Housebreaker and Is Mortally
Injured—A Murder
(associated Press Special Wire
. SACRAMENTO, March 20.—Ex-Street
Commissioner E. J. Croly, who lives on the
corner o£ Twelfth and P streets, was shot
and probably mortalfy wounded tonight by
one of two burglars who were attempting
to rob his house.
The shooting occurred about 9 oclock.
Mr. and Mrs. Croiy and their servant giri
had retired for the night and the house
was dark. Tho supposition is that the
burglars took it for granted the family
were not at home. Mr. Croly heard voices
In tho house and asked his wife if the gin
had company and Mrs. Croly replied that
she believed not. Croly then got out of bed
to investigate and on opening the door of
his room, which Is In the upper story of a
small cottage, encountered two men. On
Of them had Just lit a match and they were
•vldently about to enter Croly's bedroom
Ho grappled with tho nearest burglar,
though unarmed, and struck him several
blows with his fists. The burglar started
to get away, but Croiy, though a manfully
00 years of age, followed and continued to
assault the one nearest to him. The burg
lar then drew a pistol/ and fired twosho;s
at Croly. Both took effect, one In his lei t
ond the other In his right breast, both well
up near Uho collar-bone. Croly fell In the
hallway and the men escaped.
Chief of Follce Dwyer and several offlc
•rs and a doctor soon arrived, and while
the latter attended the wounded man the
police searched tho premises, but the burg
lars had of course got away. It was found
that one of the bullets had cut an artery and
Mr. Croly sank rapidly. He was cool, how
ever, and gave the officers a fairly good
description of the burglars. One was a
man about five feat eight lnohes tall, with a
dark mustache and well' dressed. The oth
er was a short, heavy set man, whose fea
tures he was not able to see plainly. It lc
thought that Croly cannot live. Only a
few weeks ago his forrr.ur partner, Silas
Carle died. They were prominent con
tractors and hail erected many county and
public buildings In this state, including the
. Fresno courthouse. They also built the
great ninety mile flume that supplies San
Diego with water.
While William Phillips and family were
absent from tholr home at Twenty-fourth
and M streets this evening the bouse was
ransacked by burglars. A gold watch and
some jewelry was stolen.
E. J. Croly, who was shot tonight by two
burglars in his home, was alive at 1 oclock
this morning, but It is thought he cannot
live many hours.
Thero Is great public Indignation tonight
and talk of a citizens' organization to clear
the city of every idler In It.
BLACK JACK'S GANG
EL PASO, Tex., March 20.—News has
.reached here from Casas Grandes, Mexico,
of tho terrible fate which had befallen the
members of Black Jack's gang, who es
caped from this country sovcral months
ago, soon after their leader was slain, and
sought refuge from pursuit by American
officers In the fastnesses of the Sierra
Madro mountains of Old Mexico. The Black
Jack gang of desperadoes and cutthroats
for several years terrorized tho entire bor
der between hero and tho Gulf of Califor
nia, and it remained for the avenging an
gels of the Mormon colonies In the vicinity
of Casus Grandes, Mexico, to hunt down
and annihilate the gang.
On February 23d Mrs. A. F. McDonald,
a Mormon woman, wife of a prominent
resident of one of the settlements, was
murdered by two unknown men. She was
a storekeeper at Round Valley, sixty miles
east of Co4-as Grandes. In an Isolated local
ity. Tho ruffalns spilt her head open with
a hatchet, looted the store and escaped.
The brutal crimo aroused the entire Mor
mon community, and tho avenging angels
of the Mormon church were commissioned
to hunt down the murderers. They scoured
the mountains In all directions. On Sun
day, March 6th, the rendezous of the out
laws was located In a lonely, unexplored
region, 100 miles from Cacas Grandes.
During Sunday night the avengers closed
in upon the outlaws, nine In number.
At daybreak a voice from tho rocks com
manded the bandits to surrender, warn
ing them that reslstence meant death.
They had Just begun to stir when the sum
mons came. They made a dash for their
weapons, but were shot down before they
were able to defend themselves. Tho work
of the evenglng angels was complete. A
party of American prospectors, returning
to civilization, stumbled by accident upon
the camp of the outlaws several days later
find counted the dead. They subsequently
learned from the Mormon settlers the man
ner In which tho desperadoes were killed.
The Black Jack gang was the most des
perate, well organized and successful bund
of outlaws that has operated In the south
west in recent years.
Large rewards were offered by the gov
ernment and the express companies for the
capture of the outlaws, dead or alive.
MURDER AT MUSKOGEE
MUSKOGEE.I. T* March 20.—A dastard
ly outrage was committed last night near
the town of Wybark, five miles north of
here, resulting In the death of two men
and a woman. The house of Ed Chalmers,
a negro who recently married a white
woman, was attacked during the night by
Six white men, who had evidently determ
ined to murder both the negro and his wife,
both of whom had been threatened by
White men who disliked the union. A door
of their cabin was broken In and both the
negro and his wife were shot down, but not
before Chalmers had put up a good light
against his assailants. The woman was
killed outright, and although Chalmers
Succeeded in driving off the attacking
party they left him mortally wounded, and
he died before daylight. This morning the
body of Matthews, nn aged white man who
lived at Gibson's station, was found near
the Chalmers cabin, pierced with a bullet.
Matthews answers the description given
by Chalmers before he died of one of his
assailants. There wero evidences that
Matthews' body had been dragged from
Chalmers' house to the place where It was
found. A gun lay beside the body, evi
dently put there to give the impression that
the dead man murdered the negro and his
wife. Deputy United States marshals are
Investigating the killing, and it is believed
that the murderers will be brought to Jus
tioe.
ROBBED A BANK
JIUTCHINSON, Kas., March SO.-The
Bank of Nickerson, at Nickerson, Kas
"•or here, was lobbed last night. Five
men did the Job and It required four or
five hours to blow open tho safe. Citizens
who were passing the building were held
up and forced to go Inside, where they were
kept until the safe was blown and the
money secured. About $5000 was secured.
THE GOLD BRICK MAN
•EW YORK. March 20.—Hirsch Copple
man, supposed to be one of the men who
robbed Max Bornsteln of Cleveland, 0.,
of $15,000 in this city last November by sell
ing him brass filings for gold dust, was
arrosted today and held to await Identifica
tion by Bornsteln. Solomon Jacobs, the
principal witness in the robbery, is now
serving an eight-year term in the peni
tentiary.
NO CAUSE GIVEN
JEROME, Ariz., March 20.—0. W. Tyler,
a carpenter In the employ of tho United
Verde Copper company, killed himself last
night by placing a 38-callber pistol under
his chin and discharging the weapon. The
body was found this morning by a room
mate. It Is supposed that despondency
was the cause. Tyler came here a couple
of months ago and had worked steadily
ever since. He was originally from Den
ver, but worked for some time on the line
of the Santa Fe Pacific. Nothing Is known
of his family and no letters or explanations
were found to give a clue to the reason for
' the self-murder.
MONTREAL IS IN DANGER
OF SERIOUS DAMAGE BY THE
SPRING FLOODS
A Flimsy Wooden Dyka the City's
Only Protection Against the
Rapidly Rising Water
MONTREAL, March 20.—Today Montreal
stands In imminent danger of a repetition
of the disastrous flood of 1886, when hun
dreds of thousands of dollars of damage
was done. For some days past the water
in the St Lawrence river has been rising
steadily until tonight it has touched tho
record point. Along Commissioner street
a huge stone wall shuts out the water.
On top of this is a woden dyke, and the
water Is now half way up the dyke. It Is
a comparatively flimsy structure, and
should It go all the cellars In the lower part
of the city would be flooded.
Below the city the water has risen above
tho level of the road skirting the river und
the houses aro filled half way to the ceil
ings of the first story. Along Craig street
near Victoria square the cellars of some
of the big wholesale dry goods houses have
been Hooded, but the damage there will be
light, as all goods have been moved out.
Tho two pumping stutlons of the city are
working at their full capacity in the hope
of keeping the overladen sewers from back
ing up, and so far with tolerable success.
Along Mill street the first floors of half a
dozen large manufacturing Industries are
flooded and 2000 people will be thrown out
of work until the water subsides. The
river in front of the harbor Is covered
with floating Ice. If the Jam In the river
below the city gives way all danger of a
flood will be over, but at present there Is
little hope of this taking place, and a dis
astrous overflow is generally looked for.
A MONTANA STORM
KALISPELL, Mont., March 20.—The most
severo snowstorm of the season is prevail
ing In this section. At 1 oclock this morn
ing It began snowing and at 6 oclock this
evening eighteen inches of snow had fallen
and at that hour the wind changed to the
north and the snow Is drifting badly.
Trains arc delayed and street traffic had to
be abandoned entirely. The storm is even
more severe in the mountains and cuts and
ravines are almost completely impassable,
making railroading very difficult.
A VERY FAR CRY
From Mammoth Springs, Montana, to
San Diego, Cal
HELENA, Mont., March 20.—(Special to
The Herald ) A contract was signed here
yesterday for tho completion of the
Kooky Mountain Telephone company's
line between Helena und Livingstone. The
latter point has connection with the Yel
lowstone National park. Another con
tract was also made for the construction
of a line between Wallace, Idaho, und Mis
soula, Montana, thus completing tho
Helena-Spokane line. As a result Mon
mouth springs may converse with Spo
kano, and the latter, via the Sunset Tele
phone company, with San Dlego, Cal.,
forming a line about 2200 miles long. Thero
appears to bo no doubt as to the feasibil
ity of tho plan, taking tho Minneapolis-
Boston lino as a precedent.
Surgeon's Suicide
WASHINGTON, March 20.—Dr. George
Clinton Hubbard, assistant surgeon, U. S.
N., committed suicide at St. Elizabeth's
insane asylum shortly after midnight last
night by strangling himself with the cord
of his dressing gown. Dr. Hubbard was 27
years old. Till a week ago he was attached
to tho San Francisco. Early In the year he
showed slight signs of derangement, and
was sent home from the Mediterranean
station and placed In St. Elizabeth's. He
realized his condition, and felt It keenly,
but he was never violent, and his suicidal
turn was quite unlooked for. Rear Ad
miral Benhnm and an uncle of tho dead
man have made the funeral arrangements.
Cross Country Freights
SAN FRANCISCO, March 20,-The trans
continental freight bureau will hold Its
first annual meeting in Monterey tomor
row. Representatives of nearly all tho
leading railroads In the nltcd States will
be in attendance. A. Blssell, who was for
years the general manager of the Atlantic
and Pacific, and who Is now assistant traf
fic manager of the Santa Fe, reached hero
this morning. In reference to the coming
meeting, he said: "My idea is that we shall
talk over tariffs and line them up. I think
that in some directions they should be ad
vanced, and I should be glad to see them
go up a little."
The Ball Champions
WASHINGTON, March 20.—The Bos
tons, champions of the National league,
arrived here this afternoon and continued
their journey south tonight.
Handbook of the Tariff
The understanding of the complicated pro
visions of the new tariff has been greatly
simplified by the Issuance of this manual,
which contains decisions of the federai
courts, general appraisers and the secre
tary of the treasury on mooted points. To
digest tho tariff law Is no easy task, but
to digest the food taken Into the gastric
receptacle Is rendered facile and agreeable
by the systemac use of that thorough
stomachic, Hostcttcr's Stomach Bitters.
This is a family medicine of comprehensive
uses. It prevents and cures malarial.kidney
and rheumatic trouble, remedies nervous
ness and Insomnia, removes constipation
and biliousness. Appetite, as well as the
ability to satisfy It without subsequent
abdominal disturbance, Is restored by this
fine stomachic, which also accelerates con
valescence. Persons in the decline of life
and the. infirm of every age and ««x find
it of material assistance.
LOS ANGELES HERALD t MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1898
The Herald.
Rates for Classified Advertising
Linen—S cents per tine tor each
insertion. Notice of Marriage, Birth
or Death—Free. Obituaries, Funeral
Notices and Special Announcements—
10 cents per line. ■
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
UERALD BUB-AGENCIfiS—
ADVERTISEMENTS left at the fol
lowing agencies will receive prompt at
tention, and will be printed as quickly
and with the same care as It left at the
main office, 138 S. Broadway;
DOWNEY AYE. AND EAST SIDE—
L. P. COLLETTE, 621 Downey aye.
OLD WORLD DRUG STORE, 1028
Downey avo.
WM. H. HARMON, 765 Pasadena aye.
CENTRAL AYE AND VERNON—
H. L. SCHERB, Adams St. and Central
avenue.
CHICAGO PHARMACY, Central aye.
and Twelfth sL
J. V. AKEY, corner Central and Ver
non avenues.
MAIN ST. AND SOUTHWEST—
E. T. PARKE PHARMACY, Sl2» S.
Main.
WESTLAKE GROCERY, cornet Alva
rado and Seventh sts.
H. L. PARK. DRUGGIST, cor. Thirty
eighth and Wesley aye.
T. W. BROWN, JR., DRUGGIST,
Junctlou of Hoover, Union and Twenty
fourth sts.
TEMPLE AND NORTHWEST—
DR. H. KALLEWODA, DRUGGIST,
cor. Temple at. and Beaudry aye.
FRANK D. OWEN, cor. Temple and
Belmont aye.
VIOLE & LOPIZICH, DRUGGISTS,
427 N. Main st.
BOYLE HEIGHTS—
H. C. WORLAND, 1131 H. I'list, Sts
tlon B.
J. P. WYLIB, 1977 E. First.
J. M. HARRIS, 1842 E. First
special notices
not7c&^t3ie~a3^
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, IS9S. 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
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 of $2 will ba
charged before the water will be turned
on again. tf
AGENTS AND DEALERS TO HANDLE
our self-lighting incandescent gas lamp,
Yxalla; no reaming of gasway, no air
shutter to disarrange, no smoky or brok
en mantles, no broken chimneys: the only
perfect lamp on the market; see It and be
convinced. YXALL9 INCANDESCENT
LIGHT CO., 103 E. Fourteenth St., N. Y.
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, 215 Broadway, New
York.
CAL. GOLDEN BRAND (HYGIENIC)
coffee Is not a common cereal, but a health
beverage of pure Ingredients and rich fla
vor mado In three minutes. Cures indiges
tion. Newmark & Co.. wholesale. Ask
your grocer or write 615 V& S. Main.
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.
MODEL STEAM DYE WORKS —IF
brought direct to office, 219V4 W. Fourth
St., we will dry clean suits for $1.50;
ladies' dresses for $1.50; skirts, 50c and
up; suits dyed, $2 to $3. Tel., M 1063.
THE DAILY JOURNAL, PUBLISHINQ
county official records, real estate trans
fers, mortgages, liens, building news; one
dollar monthly; 205 Now High st tf
RING MAIN 217; CARPETS CLEANED,
laid same day. PIONEER STEAM CAR
PET CLEANING WORKS, office 643 S.
Broadway. tf
CEYLON TEAS, 850. 60c, 75c; GENUINE
Mocha and Java, 85c. J. D. LEE & CO.,
180 W. Fifth, between Spring and Main.
1-26-99
CHINESE AND JAPANESE HELP FUR
nished. GEORGE LEM, 240/4 E. First st.
Tel. G. 403. tf
SHOES REPXiRED7~MI3N'YsOLESrBfc;
ladles' soles, 30c. 405 S. Spring st. -E-BS
EDUCATIONAL
Yon Falck, A. M. (Dorpat, Russia; Bres
lau, Germany), principal. A school of in
dividual instruction in all school sub
jects, and In the French, German, Spanish
and the ancient languages. Pupils are
prepared for the high school, university,
U. S. military academies, or civil service
examinations. Parties having neglected
their education are offered an opportuni
ty to undo this mistake. Foreigners
taught to speak, read and write cor
rectly the English language. Day and
night classes all through vacation; re
fined surroundings; light and airy school
rooms; references by leading business
and professional men of Los Angeles
Address CHAS YON FALCK, 827% s'.
Spring st., Los Angelas, Cal. v
WOODBURY
S. Spring st, Lus Angeles, tho oldest,
lorgest and most elegantly equipped
commercial school In Southern Califor
nia; hundreds of successful graduates In
banking and business houses; in session
ell the year; enter any day; evening
school on Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day evening; three complete courses,com
mercial. Engilsn 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.
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
-212 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. 3-2S
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS ONLY-
Potomac block, 217 S. Broadway. Special
advantages and low rates. A. B. BROWN
M. A. (Yale). 8-21 '
FOR EXCHANGE
FOR
room modern house, southwest, half
trade, balance long as wanted at 7 per
cent. L. H. MITCHEL, 136 S. Broad
way. tf
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LUDWIG &
and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT
MARKET. 135 S. Main st. Tel. 550. tf
PHYSICIANS
i*R
tumors; uo knife as nam. 107V4 N. Main
WANTED
Male Help
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.,
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS.
California Bank building,
100-302 W. Second st.. In basement
Telephone 509.
WANTED—SALESMEN TO BELL Ci
gars to dealers; we pay $f>o to $200 per
month salary and expenses; experience
unnecessary; permanent position. The
DE MORA CIGAR CO., Springfield. O.
WANTED—6OO MEN TO HAVE THEIR
shoes soled. 35c. McLESKKY'S, cheapest
place on earth, 124 E. Second street. 4-26
MEN ToTeARN BARBER TRADE IN 2
months. Los Angeles Barber college,
336V4 E. First St. ap 4
Female Help
WANTED—STRONG YOUNG GIRL TO
assist In ordinary housework; must re
sido at home. Apply 521 E. Twelfth St..
cor. San Julian. tf I
Male and Female Help
WANTED-SOLICITORS FOR "THE
Beautiful Life of Frances E. Willard,"
published under the auspices and en
dorsed by the W. C. T. i:.; the only offic
ial book; prepared by Anna Gordon, for
twenty-one years Miss Wlllard's secre
tary; beautifully Illustrated; only $2; tre
mendous demand; bonanza for agents;
superb book; liberal commissions; credit
given; freight paid; complete outfit, 50c.
Address quick, THE DOMINION COM
PANY, authorized distributors, 356 Dear
born st., Chicago.
WANTED—AGENTS; $7 DAILY, TO
sell specialty soaus and give customers
double tlieir value in handsome presents;
sample outtit free. MODOC SOAP CO.,
Clncinnz.tl, Ohio.
WANTED-AGENTS, EITHER SEX, TO
sell automatic broom holders; big money;
fast sellers; sample postpaid, $16. VAN
DER KOORDE, 5 Leopold st., Rochester,
N. Y.
Partners
WANTED—BY PARTY WITH $1500,
somebody with $4500 to join him In gold
mining proposition near Ferris; • good
money to be made, with as little risk as
any reasonable man could ask. The ad
vertiser believes fully on inside facts In
his possession that the $6000 can be made
$60,000 inside of a year and $600,000
eventually. Address C, box 52, Herald. 27
Agents
WANTED—AGENTS FOR NEW Su
perlative gaslight burner for kerosene
lamps; giveH light more powerful than
gas; without chimney, wick, smoke or
smell; great money-maker; sells at sight;
sample free. SUPERLATIVE MFG.
CO., 239 Broadway, N. Y.
AGENTS—GOLD ALLOY AMERICAN
watches. $2.43, warranted 5 years; ex
clusive territory and big profits to agents;
send for sample; and catalogue free.
KEENE'S WATCH STORE, 140 Fulton
et., New York.
WANTED—AGENT; SOLE CONTROL
given; pneumatic receiver; fits all tele
phones; self-seller; big profits. G. H.
REED & CO., 253 Broadway, N. Y.
To Purchase
WANTED—IF YOU HAVE A STOCK OF
goods or an established business worth
from $1500 to $2600 that you are willing
'to trade for good, clear, close-in city real
estate, address, with full particulars, C,
box 25, Herald. 27
WANTED—SIOOO, $2300, $2500 FIRST MORT
gages on highly improved city property.
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, 308
Wilcox block. 21
stamp mill; give price, etc. Address C.,
-box 53, Herald. 32
Miscellaneous
WANTED—WILL PAY CASH FOR SEC
ond-hand 25-horse-power gasoline en
gine; must be in good condition; also
want 15,0iW feet 1 and 2-inch pipe; give
full particulars as to condition, etc. C,
box 60, Herald. 22
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FoITIiALE—ONE OF THE BEST-PAY
lng businesses in 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 in Los Angeles clear
property; stock will invoice at $6500, 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, Stlmson block. tf
WANTED—BY PARTY WITH $1500,
somebody with $4500 to join him In gold
mining proposition near Ferris; good
money to be made, with as llttlo risk as
any reasonable man could ask. The ad
vertiser believes fully on inside facts in
his possession that the $6000 can be made
$63,000 inside of a year and $600,000
eventually. Address C, box 52, Herald. 27
WANTED—IF YO.U HAVE A STOCK OF
goods or an established business worth
from $1500 to $2600 that you are willing
to trade for good, clear, close-in city real
estate, address, with full particulars, C,
box 25, Herald. 27
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY' TO COIN
money, to sell the Columbia Grapho
phones, the machine that talks, sings,
plays and laughs. Address THE COLUM
BIA GRAPHOPHONE CO.. 130 Hutton
St., Jersey City, N. J.
COFFEE AND RUBBER ARE MONEY
winners; for Small tracts of land on easy
payments see LA COMPANIA EMPRE
SA MEXICANA. 1801 Fisher building.
Chicago.
FOR SALE—FOR $400 A FINE LITTLE
restaurant doing first-class business,
clearing over $100 a month; good loca
tion; low rent. Address C, box 27, Her
ald. 21
I. D. BARNARD, 103 S. BROADWAY,
will sell out your business. tf
BATHS
ISADORE FRANCIS, CABINET BATHS
and massage. 233 W. First, room 4, be
tween Spring and Broadway. 4-11-98
GRACE ROBINSON, GENUINE VAPOR
and hot salt tub baths; select patronage.
120 N. Main St., rooms 3 and 4. 4-22-98
DR. ETTA RALPH, FROM THE EAST;
thermal cabinet baths; massage. 230 W.
First St., rooms 30 and 31. 4-2
LEORA DARWIN, VAPOR BATHS—SE-
Iect patronage only. 224 S. Main street,
room 6. 3-24-98
MINING AND ASSAYING
THE'"TiIM^ETXLL^C"~ASSAY
and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main sL
R. A. PEREZ, E. M.. Manager. 12-4tf
musical Instruction
PIANO HOUSE; A. G. GARDNER, ]18
Winston St., near the postoffice building;
Brlggs pianos, new and secondhand;
also other makes. v
FOB BENT
Houses
FOR RENT-ALL NICE PLACES IN
good order.
$S—s rooms, close In.
$B—s rooms and stable, close In.
$B—s rooms, Boyle Heights.
$B—s rooms, East Los Angeles.
$15—7 rooms, Twenty-seventh street.
$30—9 rooms, line house, Westlake park.
$50 —10 rooms, elegant home, southwest.
POINDEXTER & WADS WORTH,
21 308 Wilcox block.
FOR RENT-COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS,
bath, barn, 522 Stanford aye.; water free;
$12.
70". Kohler St., 5 rooms, $12.
781% Merc hant St., 4 rooms, $10. I
909 E. Ninth. 6 rooms, bath, barn, $15.
WIEBHNDANGER, 427 S. Broadway. 22
FOR RENT-$3O; 7-ROOMS, NICELY
furnished, close in, to small family with- ;
out children. Everything new, furniture
never used; very desirable; will lease if
desired; within easy reach of high school.
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTII. 308
Wilcox, block. 20
FOR RENT OH BALE—DESIRABLE 10
-room residence; good, nice location. 23S
N. Grand aye. 21
Furnished Rooms
FOR RENT-SUITE PLEASANT, FUR
nished rooms; housekeeping. 315 SOUTH
BUNKER HILL AYE. 21
FOR RENT —4 ROOMS, COMPLETELY
furnished for housekeeping; gas range,
bath. 930 S. Flower. 22
Miscellaneous
FOR 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 in perfect running ro
der; apparatus for oil burning, etc.
Terms very reasonable. Apply at Her
ald business office, 130 S. Broadway, tf
FOR SALE
Sewing Machines
FOR SALE—
THE "SUPERB" SEWING MACHINE
at $22.50; (no agents' commissions), is the
latest production and fully guaranteed
by one of the oldest, largest and most re
liable factorios on earth, the Davis Com
pany.
The mechanical construction of the
"Superb" Is on such perfect lines that
durability, ease of running and quiet are
its dominating features.
The sewing qualities of the "Superb"
at $22.50 are perfect. It will sew from one
thickness of muslin to six thicknesses of
heavy, full cloth, without breaking the
thread. The thread cannot be broken,
even though the machine Is turned in
tho wrong direction.. This Is an entirely
ne,w feature in shuttle sewing machines,
and adds much to the comfort and pleas
ure of sewing.
The upper tension works automatically
and never falls to give a uniform tension
on all kinds of thread, cotton, silk or
linen, producing a smooth, even seam,
and is provided with the only practical
thread release.
The feed is positive in its movements;
the stitch can be made long or short
without affecting the tension.
The shuttle is cylindrical; is absolutely
self-threading; is hardened and ground;
has a perfect tension, and carries a largo
amount of thread.
The needle is self-setting. The "Su
perb" is self-threading at every point
except the eye of the needle.
The take-up Is driven by a rotary
cam, Is positive in its action, and has
no springs to get out of order or break.
The presser lifter has a high and a low
lift. The construction permits removal
of the face plate for cleaning tho mechan
ism, without disturbing any of tho work
ing parts in the machine.
All wearing points of the "Superb" at
$22.50 are of the best steel, hardened and
ground to bearings.
For winding bobbins automatically the
"Superb" is fitted with loose pulley, held
by friction clutch, with no pins to rattle
or break.
The bed plate Is flush with top of table,
the head is attached to the table by
nickel-plated hinges, and held In front
by a spring lock—something entirely new.
The nickel plating on, the bright parts
Is of the finest quality, and the japanning
of head and arm Is superb, being hand
polished after varnishing.
The attachments are easily applied and
are silver finished steel, handily arranged
in strong metal case.
The cabinet work of the "Superb" at
$22.50 is quarter-sawed oak, piano fin
ished. The cover Is of bent wood, light
and ornamental, and the skeleton drawer
cases are of neat design.
Go direct to headquarters and put tho
agents' profits in your own pocket by
buying from the manufacturer.
DAVIS AND ADVANCE OFFICE,
427 S. Broadway, between Fourth and
Fifth sts.
FOR SALE—SEWING MACHINES-ALL
kinds to rent, $1.50 per month; second
hand machines from $5 to $10, Including
Singer, White, New Home, Domestic;
a tine automatic cheap. 507 S. Spring. 20
~EXOO*RSIONS
ROCK ISLAND
ducted excursions every Tuesday and
Wednesday; low rates; quick time; Un
ion depot, Chicago; office 214 S. Spring st.
S-2S
DENTISTS
ADAMS BROS.. DENTAL PARLORS,
239% S. Spring St.; painless extraction 50c;
fillings; plates from $4; all work guar
anteed; established 12 years. Hours, 8-5;
Sundays. 10-12. Telephone, Black 1273. tf
FRANK STEVENsTIkVfc S. SPRING ST.;
open days and evenings; also Sundays;
electric light. Tel. Black 821.
DR. B. W. DAY, DENTIST, 142 S. BROAD
way, room 127, New Hellman building.
4-16
DR. BALDWIN, DENTIST, GRANT
bldg., 4th and Broadway. Tel. G. 1071. 3-U
WATCHMAKERS
spoons. New designs, moderate prices.
Inspect these goods. W. J. GETZ, Jew
eler. 336 S. Broadway.
PERSONALS
from 819 S. Grand aye. to 618 W. Eighth
St.; female diseases treated by electric
ity; cure guaranteed, tf
GO TO DR. CLARK. 405% S. BROADWAY,
and have your tooth pulled without pain
for 25 cents. 12
PATENTS AND COPYRIGHTS
DAY & DAY OBTAIN PATENTS FOR
Inventions, designs, register trade-marks
and copyrights. Offices, 233, 234 and 235
6 Urns on block. Established 1319. 1-8-99
SALE
Houses '
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 $7.50 A MONTH AND A 1
small cash payment 1 will build you a
new 4-room cottage, plastered and paint
ed to suit In my Third Addition, Eighth
and Mateo sts. Why pay rent, when you
can own your home? 0, A. SMITH, 21S
W. First st. tf
FOR SALE-MODERN FIVE-ROOM
cottage, now and handsome, 243 East j
Twenty-seventh St.; $200 cash, balance
monthly. tf
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—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
In 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, are half way between
Spring street and Westlake park.
They are beautifully sltuatod 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 $530 will take It
today. L. H, MITCHEL, 136 S. Broad
way, tf
FOR SALE—LOT ON (.'LAY ST., NEAR
Fourth. Address C, box 47, Herald office.
21
FOR SALE—LOT ON CLAY ST. NEAR
Fourth. Address C, box 47, Herald. 21
Country Property
FOR SALE-LAND IN PARCELS TO
suit at Colegrove, a near suburb of Los
Angeles, on Santa Monica electrio road.
COLE & COLE, attorneys, 232 N. Main
st.. Los Angeles. tf
FOR SALE—IMPROVED STOCK RANGE
In Now Mexico; partialis' stocked with
cattle; well adapted for both cattle and
sheep. Inquire room 45, Phillips block. 23
Stocks and Bonds
OUR BUSINESS IS DEALING IN
stocks, bonds and Investment securities.
We can place your money safely where It
will bring you good returns. HALE &
CO., Stlmson block. 4-19
FOR SALE—IOOO TO 23,000 SHARES OF
stock in Chuckawalla Mining, Milling and
Water company at less than one-half
the market price. Inquire at 822 S. Hope
street. 21
lave Stock
; FOR SALE—TO MAKE ROOM FOR
1 young stock, thoroughbred white Leg
horn hens, to per dozen, if taken this
week; also, brown and black Leghorn
hens at $7. 945 Pasadena aye. 21
FOR SALE—AN EXTRA FINE DRIVING
mare. 937 S. Hill st 21
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—ICE BOX 4% FEET BY 6
feet, show case and shelves for sale
cheap. Apply 632 Stevenson avenue, next
to Third st. 20
FOR SALE—CHEAP—SECOND - HAND
store doors, sashes, counters, shelving,
etc. 216 East Fourth St. 4-12
FOR SALE—CHEAP, FURNITURE OF
5-room cottage, brand new. Address U.,
Box 39 Herald. tf
BUSINESS PEBSONALS
. A—s33 EVERY WEEK
free; specialty soaps as samples and In
troducing and selling perfection gaslight
burners; no chimney, no Bmoke, no wick;
makes kerosene lamps give brilliant,
clear gaslight; sample free to workers.
A. W., Perfection Mfg Co., Cincinnati, O.
AGENTS 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.
SALESMEN FOR CIGARS: $125 MONTH
and expenses; old firm: experience un
necessary: inducements to customers. C.
C. BISHOP & CO., St. Louis.
SALESMEN TO SELL TOILET SOAP TO
dealers; $100 per month salary and ex
penses; experience unnecessary. LOUIS
1 Ernst CO., St. Louis, Mo.
A.-$3O A WEEK AND EXPENSES PAID
men to sell cigars on time; experience
unnecessary. THE W. L. KLINE CO.,
St. Louis, Mo.
MEDIUMS
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% S. Spring St., room 4. Fees, 30c
and $1. tf
MME. LEO, MEDIUM AND CARD
reader; tells past, present and future;
gives lucky oharms, brings the separated
together; causes speedy marriage; all
those In trouble, love, business and fam
ily affairs, see her. 125 W. Fourth St.
MME. GRACE, CARD MEDIUM AND
palmist; the wonder of tho 19th century;
reveals the pust, present and future. 514
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 tho ad
vancement of your future. 816% S. Spring
street. tf
1 MRS. KATE HASKINS—TRANCE ME
dlum; sittings daily; evenings by ap
pointment; circle, Tuesday evening, 25th,
' at 322 S. Spring. 4-19
• MRS. E. M. DUVAL, CLAIRVOYANT,
the most wonderful In her profession;
now at 51S S. Los Angles st.
1 AGNES H. PLEASANCE, TRANCE
spirit medium; sittings dally. 855% a
! Spring st. tf
BOOKS
1 BOOKS OF ALL KINDS BOUGIItTsOLD
' and exchanged. JONES' BOOK STORE,
1 226 and 228 W. First St. v U '
MONEY TO LOAN
CNION LOAN
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: prlvateof
fice for ladies. 01, AUK A. SHAW, man
ager, rooms 113, 114 and 115, first floor.
Tel. 1651. References, Citizens' bank. Se
curity Savings Bank. tf
TO LOAN-MONEY IN LARGE OR
small amounts at lower rates of interest
than othors 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 for
ladle*. G. M. JONES, rooms 12-14, 254 S.
Broadway. 1-30-99
POINDEXTER* WADSWORTH, BROK
ers, 908-810 \\ ileox block, deal in stocks,
bonds, mortgages and any good securi
ties. Wo have on hand severai first-class
loans from $1000 to $3000 on gilt-edged city
property at 8 per cent n"t. If you have
money to Invest call and see tis. POIN
DEXTER & WADBWORTH, 303 Wilcox
block. 22
SAVINGS FUNDAND BUILDING Soci
ety; the oldist building and loan associa
tion in Southern California; established
In 18S3; loans on monthly payments on
city real estato; fifteenth annual series
now open. Rooms 101-102 WILSON
BLOCK, First and Spring sts. tf
lOWA LOAN~CO~LOANS ON DlA
monds, Jewelry, sealskins and house
hold furniture; business confidential;
money at once. W. E. SANSOME, man
ager, rooms 55 and 56, Bryson block.
Second and Spring sts. 4-4
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, sealskins, car
riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts and
all kinds of collateral security; storage
free in our warehouse. LEE BROS., 402
8. Spring st. tf
MONSY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $1001
to $20t,000, on Inside gilt-edged Income
bearing property only. Inquire of F. Q.
STORY, room 303 Henne block. 122 West
Third st
TO LOAN-A BARREL OF MONEY ON
diamonds, pianos, furniture and all first
class securities; business confidential.
CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway, rooms
1 and 2. 6-29-tf
ToTLoAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON
real estate security, 1 have it in (toy
amount; $5000 to $50,000 at 6 per oent.
WM. F. BOSBYSHELL, 107 8. Broadway.
6-20-tf
POINDEXTER & WADS WORTH, ROOM
308 Wilcox building, lend money on any
good real estate; building loans made; If
you wish to lend or borrow call on us. tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
in any amount, 6 to 8 per cent Interest;
light expense. HOWE & OBEAR, Sis
Bradbury building. tf
MONEsTtO LOAN—S2OO TO $95,000 ON
city or country real estate. LEE A. Mc-
CONNELL & CO., rooms 302 and 303, 218
S. Broadway. tf
MONEY AT 6 PER CENT ON GOOD
real property. M. F. ODEA, 203 Brad
bury building. tf
MONEY ToT LOAN—BUILDING LOANS
a specialty. EDW. D. SILENT & CO., 212
W. Second. tf
MONEY TO LOAN UPON EASY
terms of 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.
' I CAN MAKE YOU LARGE OR SMALL
loans at very light expense. HENRY
HART, 103 E. Second st tf
TO LOAN-MONEY QUICKLY, QUIET-
Iy, reasonably. R. D. LIST, 226 Wilcox
block. tf
MASSAGE
' S. BROADWAY,
room 41. fourth floor: take elevator, tf
LEGAL NOTICES
Stockholders' Meeting
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Precipice Canon
. Water company will be held Wednesday,
' April 6,1895, at 10 oclock a. m., at the office
: of the company, Lamanda Park, Los An
geles county, Cal., for the purpose of elec
tion of directors to serve for the ensuing
, year and such other business as may come
before the meeting.
By order of the president.
HERMAN BLATZ.
Secretary.
, Lamanda Park, Los Angeles county, Cal,,
at the office of the Sierra Madre Vint'
I age company. 4-6
LINES OP TRAVEL
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
$L The company's eleganl
steamers Santa Komi
•*"■"<»""■ leave Re
' undo al LI a.m. and
WLNKran Los Anseles at 2:30
BHOBLs| p.m. for San Francisco via
I mtUmumka Santa Barbara and Port
' 1 Harford Mar. 4, 8,12,16, 20,
21,28, Apr. 1,5,9, 13, 17, 21, 35,
29, May 3, 7, 11, 15, 19, 23, 27, 31. Leave
Port Los Anu'eloH at 6. a. m. and
Redondo at 11 a.m. for San Diego via
' Newport Mar. 2,6,10, 14, IS, 22, 20, 30, Apr. 3, 7,
' 11. 15. 10, 23. 27, May 1. 5, 9, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29.
Tho Santa Uosu will not stop at Newport
Cars connect via Rcdondo leave Santa Fa
depot at in:iiO a.m., or from Redondo Ry. de
-1 pot at 9:30 a.m.
Cars connect via Port Los Angeles leave
. S. P. R. R, depot at 1:35 p.m. for steamers
' north bound. , ,„ _
The steamers Coos Bay and •Ilonlta
leave Sim Pedro and EnNt San Pedro for
1 Ban Francisco via Ventura, Carpenterla,
Santa Barbara, Gaviota, Port Harford,
Cayueos, San Simeon, Monterey and Santa
Cruz at 0:30 p.m.. Mar. 1, 5. 0,13,17, 21, 25. 29,
Apr. 2, 6, 10, 14, 22, 20, 30, May 4, 8, 12, 16, 20,
24 28. 'Freight only. Cars connect with
steamers via San Pedro leave S. P. R. R.
(Arcade depot) at 5:03 p.m. and Terminal
Ry depot at 5:10 p.m. The company re
serves right to change, without previous
notice, steamers, sailing dates and hours
of sailing. w PARRIg> Agt>
124 W. Second St., Los Angeles, !
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.,
Gen. Agts., s. F.
I- —LOS ANGELES T
= TERMINAL £
|- RAILWAY CO- ■ - —1-
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS,
EFFECT FEB. 21, 1593.
' Prom Los Angulusto Depart Arrive
: (Uendalc, J ropico. 1 "8:50 am *10.-00aui
I Verdugo I'ark 1 •3:55 pra *i :07 pm
I Pasadena, i *7 AS am *8 Ai am
(jarvauza, }*12:l5pta *1:52 pm
Ostrich Farm ( *s:Sopiu •6:55pm
1 San Pedro, ( "8:45 am *B:lsaun
Lonu Beach. } *l:sspm •12:05n'n
Terminal Island ( *s:lopm *s:i*pm
Altadona *12:lopm *i :52 pm
! Catalina Island fS :15 am 45:25 pm
•Daily, tExcept Sunday.
Excursion rates every day. Boyla
• Heights, Daly street and Downey aye. car
lines pass Terminal Stations.
S. B. HYNES, General Manager.
LOS ANGELES AND REDONDO RAIL,
way Company.
Los Angeles depot: Cor. .Grand aye, and
Jefferson st
. Leave Leave
' Los Angeles Redondo for
for Redondo Los Angeles i
. 9:30 a. m. 8:00 a. m.
1:30 p. m. U:00 a. m.
4:30 p. m. 3:15 p. m.
. 11:30 p. m. Sat only 6:30 p- m. Sat. only
1 Take Grand aye. electrio cars or Mala
St. and Agricultural park cars.
1 . I» J. PERRY Superintendent, J
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