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OFFICIAL CITY PAPEB.
CIHRIBT CHUROH, EPHCOPAL— CORNER
/ Flower and Pico streets: Altred 8. Clark,
rector; residence, 1510 South Slower street.
Sunday services, 11 am. and 7:30 pm. Holy
communion first and third Sundays of the
month. Sunday sohool. 945 a ra. Litauy ser
vice Wednesdays and Fridays, 10:30 a.m. Ser
vlceaon saint an holy days, 10:30 a.m. Seats
free. Strangers are cord aly invite'l to ill ser
vicer. Electric cars to Pico Heights or Univer
sity station pass the i hurcb; Grand aye cable
cars pass two short blocks east, and spring and
Washington street horse cars one block west of
church. Your card left with auy of ttiu church
officers will lnsute a call from the rector.
T. PAUL'S CHURCH—OLIVE
Fifth and Blxth streets. Tho Rev. Geo F
Bugbee, rector, tiervicts at 11a. m and 7-30
S. m. Earlylcommunion at 7a. m. Tho Rev.
eorge William Douglas, D. D„ late rector of
Bt. John's church, Wushingtou. D C, will
preach at the morning service. The Rt. Rev
wm. F. Nlcho s, D. jj.. will administer the
right of confirmation at the evening service.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. xa. St. 4ndtew's
Mission Sunday school. West End hall, Temple
street, 3p. m. All welcome.
S" t. John's ciiußc"ii "t episcopal) cor
ner Adams and Figueroa sts—Celebration of
the Holy Eucharist at 8 a.m. Morning service
and sermon at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 3. p.m.
Full choral evensong end sermon at 7: i 0 p m.
Churchmen visiting Los Angeles are cordially
Invited to St. John's. Take Grand avenue
oable to Adams street, and walk one block
west to Figueroa, Sents free. Vested choir.
Bey. B. W. R. Taylcr, Rector.
ONGRE=S OF~~S"PIRITUALIST3 AND
Thinkers—Prof. W. M. lockwond will
speak at Foresters'hall Sunday, at 2:30 p.m.
Mesmerism, Mental science, civilian Science
and Hpdituftl Heionno Exnlained by Natural
Principles. Excollent voeat music" by Mrs.
Btan«berry. At 7:30 p. m , Meiifnnvs and
Mediumship; Every Judge, lawyer, doctor,
architect or inventor is a c alrvoyaut and
medium. Admission, 10 cents.
S" ~UMDAY MEETINGS—SPIRITUALISTS AND
Investigators should attend the Spiritual
meetings held every Sunday in Grand opera
house hall, 110 South Main sir et. Today,
2:30p m., mediums' meeting Tests by Mrs.
Bead and other mediums; 7:30 p. m , short lec
ture by Prof. D. Allen; subject. Can We Make
Spiritual Things Real to Our Understanding?
I ests by Professor Gee and others. Good music.
Admission 10 cents.
I~ VnQLISH LUTHERAN CHUBCH—CORNER
Li Eighth and Flower streets, preaching at
II a m. by the pastor. Rev. M. H. Stine, sub
Ject, The Laborer in the Vineyard. Anniversary
services in tho evening under the auspices of
the Y. P. S. C. B. Strangers particularly wel
IRBT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CORNER
Second street and Broadway—PreachlDg at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., by pastor, Suudny
school at 9:30 am, Y. 1' S. C. E. 6:20
p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:45 p.m.
Strangers cordially Invited.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, OLIVE BT. BETWEEN
Fifth and .-ix'h sts. Rev. George franklin
Bugbeo, rector Services I t a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. St. Andrew's
Misslou Sunday school West End hall, Temple
■t., 3p. m. All welcome.
C" HUBCHOFTHB UNITY. CORNER HILL
and Third St.—Rev. J. S Thomson, pastor.
Bervloes Suuday at 11 a m.; sabbath school.
9:30 a m. Subject Sunday morning, The. i.aw
of Compensation. There will be uo service in
HE PEOPLES CHURCH- -IN ILLINOIS
Hall. Bey. J. 11. Pnilllps, pmtnr. Morn
ing subject: What Is spiritual Life! Sunuay
school after morning service: sacred free con
cert; fine music at 7:30 p. m. Everybody cor
BJPE^ILA ; L^M>TJIjUE.
GOOD OIL STOCK AT ROOM 1, 124 R,
Spring street, for a f w days at 5c ou the
9; property can be shown iv half an hour.
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ABE YOU IN TROUBLE? DO YOU~HAVE
to realize quick on your merchandise or
•took? See us. GROSMANN & FKGLEY, 14
and 15 Brysou block, spring and Second,
HY GIVE AWAYTOUK GOODS TO SBC
ond hand dealers, when you can send for
us? We will pay you the highest cash prices
or get you double the money atauction. GfioS
MANN & FKGLKY, city auctioneers and bro
kers, 14 and 15 Bryson ,V. Bonebrake block.
F. SLOPES, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE
. 112 Center Place. 1-15 tf
OF COUfcSS YOU WILL VIsIT tFe
World's Columbian Expoßltion But do
you know where you will sleep while in Chi
cago? A limited number can secure such ac
commodations aa are desired either at a high
priced hotel, a family dormitory, a private
residence or au encampment, by addressing,
for fall particulars, RALPH K. HOYT, 53
Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 12 31 tf
UNTER'S TE~XAB TAMALES CAN BE oB
tained at the following places; Spring and
Becond, First and Spring, junction Temple and
Spring, frontof Germanla saloon, Main street.
Our signs indicate our address, 618 Bellevue
avenue. Don't be imposed upon by Imitators.
Buy the gennlne anicle at the above locations.
We are the originators of tho genuine Texas
tamales in Los Angeles. 12-14 6m
YPEWRITEBB FOR SALE OR RENT;
terms easy; Paper, Carbon, Ribbons, etc.
LONGLEY & WAGNER, First and Spring.
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
Company will strictly enforce tho following
rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6
and 8 o'clock a.m. and 6 and 8 o clock p.m.
For a violation of the above regulation the water
will be shut off and a fine of 92 will be charged
before water will be i rrnert on strain 8-17 ■ f
K MIGHTS OF PYTHIAB—THE VARIOUS
lodges of the Order of Knights of Pvthlas
in this city hold regular conventions as below.
All resident and visiting Knights cordially
SAMSON NO. 148—700 Downcyave. (E. Los An
geles), Monday evening, J. K. Carson, C. C.
AT PYTHIAN CASTLE, 118"* 8. SPRING ST.
GAUNTLET NO. 120-Monday evening, J. J,
Choate, C. C.
TRICOLOR NO. 96-Tuesday evening, Georre
B. Shaffer, C.C.
LA FRATKRNITE —Wednesafty evennig, I.
Anxionnette, C. C.
OLIVE NO. 26—Thursday evening, Cha-les
Stansbnty, C C.
MARATHON NO. 182|— Friday evening, O. S.
BUREAU OF KSLIEF—Every Wednesday oven
ing until further notice.
t Work in third.
A. W. HtiTTON. OI.IW WKLLWOKtT^
WELLBORN & HT'TTON, ATI'OK .EYS-AT
law. Booms 88. 86% and 89 Temple
block, Los Angeles, Cal. 1-4 3m
JAY X. HUNTER ATTORNEY •AT - LAW—
Brjson-Bonoorako block. Telephone 528.
Practice in all the courts, stato and federal.
EN LAWYER, NO. 2 LAW
building, 125 Temple streot, near court
house. Telephone 10fL 7-6 tf
K. TBABK, ATTOBNEY AT LAW, FILL
• ton block, 207 New High streot, Lot An-
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1893.
PETTY, HUH MIL A i;O., EMPLOYMENT
asrcuta, successors to Mania & Co. and Pet
ty & Hummel. Hoiel ami houae-heip depart
ment, 131 to 135 Went First sireet, telephone
609; raven and miscellaneous dtpartment, 207
West Second street, telephone 40, Los. Ange.es,
Cal. Carefully selected help of all kinds
I*" F YoITwANT HILP OF ANY KIND, GO
to the Free employment Bureau, 240 New
Highs:. Tel. 1158. 1-29 tf
<&£ TlltllS PER DAY AT HOMK, BULLING
vpO Lightning Plaster and plating Jewelry,
watches, tableware, etc Plates the huest of
jewelry good as new, onfall kinds ot metal with
gold, a lver or ntckoi. No expetienee. No cap
ital. Every house has goods needing pla lug.
H. K. DELNO A OU., Columbus, O. l-8-.cn 12t
\V ANTED—A COMPETKNT WOMAN TO
TT assi tia gon«ral house work Family of
lour. Address, box 28, south Pasadena
Vl T ANTED—RELIABLE MAN HERE, AND
v T another one one totwo bundled miles out
side. Moderate salary to start, stamp and ref
erences. MO KRIS care this paper. lt
TT7 ANTKD—A WIT NURSE; ONI WITH
tt pleutv of milk: a woman that can nurse
a baby nignt> will do. Call at 928 Soutt Main
atreet, immediately. 1-26 4t
VTiNTKD—ALL NMDING HELP FREE-—
T t Employmont or any information, address
I. NITTINOKR'S BURKAU, established 1880.
Office, Sl9Vi South Spring street; residence,
451 South Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Auge
les.' al. Telephone 11H 8-lti tf
WANTED - SITUATION ~BY JAPANESE
T T good cook to do cooking a:,d general work.
J. B , 819 tanteo St. 1-28 at
ANTED — SITUATION BY A YOUNG
lady, who has had some experience in
mlllinety business, or will accept position as
saleslady in any department. Call or address
818 Santeeetieet. 1-19-tl
ANTKD--ALL KIND* OF FAMILY SEW~
ing to do, at room 13, No. 412 8. Hope
£t. 110 If
VTTANTED—AGENTS IS EVERY TOWN ON
VT the Pacific coast for au article that will
readily be disposed of. No capital required
No stamp neces-ary for repiy. You can attend
lo your otber business lv addition Andreas
AGENTS, box 60, Her-tld office. 1-8-tf
VtTANTED—SALARY OK COMMISSION TO
tt agents to handle tho Patent Chemical
Ink Erasing Pencil. The most useful and novel
invention of the age. Erases ink thoroughly in
two seconds. Work, like matte 200 to 500
per cent profit Agents making 9'o per week.
We also want a general agent to lake charge o
torritor., and aprciut sub agents. A rare
chance to make money. Writu for terms and
specimen of erasing. MONROE ERASER MAN
UFACTURING COMPANY, X 315, la Crosse,
Wis. 111 m
ATTENTION. LADIES!—"EMMA" BUST DE
veioper will enlarge your bust 5 In'hes.
Guaranteed. Sealed Instructions 2c. or 24 page
Illustrated catalogue (Sc. by mail. EMMA TOI
LET BAZAR, Boston, Mass. 1-8-sun 18t
PER<ONAL-DANIEL J. O'KANE, PROFKB
-sionai nurse, 502 South Broadway, Los
Angecs, Gal. Telephone 926. 1-18 14t
I JERBONAL—COFFEE ROAPTKD OK
our Giant coffee roaster: Ja?a and Mocha.
35c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c; gran, sugar, 18
lv. 91; brown sugar, 21 lbs ¥1 G lbs rolled oats
or wheat, 2.1 c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; gerraea, 20c;
3 pkts starch, 25c: 5 lbs good tea. 91; mince
meat, 5c lb: currant jellf, Uc lb 5 lbs rasins,
25c; 3 lbs apricots, 25c: bacon, 15c; coat oil.
80c; brooms, 20c. "ECONOMIC" STORKS, 305
IJROF" "sTEARNS, THE OLDSST ABTROLO
gist in the state. 127 South Broadway, bet
First and Second. 1 10 lm
NCLE S~A M~WINE CELL4R9.
Wholesale and retail. Sonoma and Napa
dry and sweet wines. Brandies, wbiskys. 1-0
KRBONAL—RALPHS BROS—GOLD BAR
Flour, 91.15; city flour, 85c; brown sugar,
20 lbs $1; granulated sugar, 18 lbs SSI; white
sugar, 18 lbs 91: 5 boxes sardines. 25c; 3 cans
fruit, 50c; 50 bars soap, si; eastern gasoline,
80c, aud coal oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned beef, 15c;
lard, 101b5,91.30: 5 lbs, 05c. 601 South Spring
street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf
~~\ GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN
ut\t street, Chicago, 111.; 128 yearß' experi
ence; secrecy; special facilities in several
states; Goodrich on divorce, with lawn of all
states, In press. 11-10-1 y
PERSONAL — W. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER,
112% South Broadway. Probate and lu
pelvence law n specialty. Advice free. 7-23 ly
HI KIM CAL I'BUKINA LH.
PERSONAL— LA 1 >IF,S IF YOU DESIRE TO
ni h..' yourself beautiful you can do so at a
very small expense. It is a preparation that is
harmless. Boat of recommendations from ail
parts of the country. I will be in Los Angeles
only a r hort time. Wiil call and see you. Ad
dress, MME. A. A. LORRAINE, I'oslolnco box
61)5, city. 1 7lf
rpO TIIE L4DIES OF LOS ANGKLEF: I
J. will only be in this city a shore time. No
advance money. No loi deßired unless you
are perfectly satisfied. Audiess MME
ROULET. box 20, Herald ofllce. 1-8-tf
TJIOB, LADIES ONIA'-THE PROPHYLACTIC
JP Compound is tho greatest medical discov
ery of the age. Absolutely sure and safe. Every
bottle guaranteed. Write to the Prophylactic
Compound Company. Fresno, Cat., for a de
scriptive circular, which contains information
that may save you years of suffering, and per
haps your life. Circulars and the preparation
can be obtained from all druggists. F. W.
11RAUN & CO., distributing agents for South
ern OaJJfornl*. 7- to
WHEN IN LOS ANGELES, THE PLACe'tO
stop at is HOTEL BKLLKVUE TERRACE,
Corner Sixth aud Pearl streets, lt is the only
first-class family and tourist hotel lv the city,
with large beautiful lawns, broad sunny
porches, and all large, outside sunny rooms,
with open grates, free baths, and service A 1.
Kates—2s rooms, 97 per week; 2 persons, 914
40 rooms, 99 per week; 2 persons, 915.
35 room-;, 910 per week; 2 nersons, 917.
25 rooms, 912 per week; 2 persons; 920.
Special rates to monthly or permanent people.
11-20 3m MRS. O. W. STEWART, Propr.
BLEWETT HOUSE—FoRNISHKD ROOMS,
entirely new, single or en suite, bath rooms
connected; suitable for housekeeping. 1.0
East First street, New Wilßou block. 12 23 tf
OFFMAN HOUSE—AMERICAN PLAN: 62
outside rooms, superbly furnished; first
class in cv ry way: 1 claim is unexcelled;
strans ers invited; 91-50 to 92.50 per day. T.
W. STKOBRIDGE. 11-lK"'im
FOR RENT—CLOBI IN, 1114 S. MAIN
street, 0 room house; bath, hot aud cold
water, gas, uewly papered and in good condi
tion. Inquire at 1721 S. Main street. lt
ISoR RENTES PEfTjTdNTH, FOUR-ROOM
' house at Sau Gabriel station, near school.
Address, box 28, South Pasadena, 1-29 lt
17108 RENT.-HoIISBBAIX OVKRTHIOITY
< 0. A, Sumner & Co., 107 S. Broadway.
' rooms for housekeeping; no children. 820
S Hltl atreet. 1 25 Bt
GEORGE H. BEACH, M. P. OFFICE AND
residence, 131 North Spring street. Office
hours, 8 to 12,1 to 5, 6toBp. m. Telephone
MRS. DR. WELLB-OFFICES N HKR
brick block, 147 East'l bird street, between
Main and ! us Angeles; diseases of women, ner
vous, rectal, sterility and genito-urlnary dis
eases ; also electro therapeutics. Hours, 10 to
4,7 to 8.
MRS. DR. J. n. SMITH, SPECIALTY MlD
wifory. Ladles cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
fitti-ided to. Telephone 1 110. io2S tf
LOST ANO FOUND.
LOST-2 BLACK MARE COLTS. YEARLING
and 2-year-old; 2-year-old 3 white feet
r.nd white itnpo down face. Address 1 INVER
AKII V, Vernoudale. 1 29 3t
C" AMI TO PBLLIBSIKR PLACE, ON~WEST
Seventh street, ouislde city limits, ono
buck ruttre. Owner can have same by proving
pioperty and paying charges, 1 27 lot
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
OTR AylsD BLICK
O horse: weight, 1150: A lit lie white enforo
Lio.d; ono ear split; shod o„ front feet. Finder
will please acdre stoBTEVE HEYBR, Vernou
dale 1. -jH 7t
C H. BOYNT* N, M. D., PIiEAoBS OF
ijm children Offlce and residence 835 ».
Olive st. Ofllce hours, 10 to 12 a. m. 2to 4
p.m. Telephone 874 iO-3tf
ifl3B 0 . BTAPFEK, CHIROPODIST, gil
!M W « v., ].-.,„ hotel 1? 04 ,(
BABOAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
•.t/w and targe lot two squares from cable
Oi "i |l ut WILL BUY a fine 111-room house and
ePO\ jyiyj nice lot, tusr cable oar«.
4 i "iOli WILL BUY a fine 8-room house and
!.»..(! ,„,.,. i o t on West Thirtieth atreet.
v' I•> \i i WILL BUY a nice 3-room houie and
V l—t/l' lot in aouthwost, ou Freeman atreet.
WILL BUY a nice 5-room bouse and
«"O«HF lot, 30x125 feet, on North State street.
*i iuui WILL BUY' a nice 5-room housu and
v I -ol' lot 55x140 feel, near cable oars.
O'l'Tfr WILLBUY a nice lot ou'Third near
•A -. <. t,- ci ■ street, two squvres from cabls
fiMAAAWILLBUYa 10 acre alfalfa ranch,
uP IWU 3-room hard-finished house.
si Xi U\t\ W ILL BUY 12acrea near city, 4-room
'Jj , «n»UU house, windmill. In bearing fruits.
NslUiln WILL BUY 8% acres at San Dimaa;
firW very choice and cheap.
Uj*7-rA WILL BUY 3 fine los, three squares
<p J«MJ from oar live; psrt oash.
ij< i AAA WILL BUY 3 flue lots, two square!
•yrlUvrU from car line; part cash.
(irtAA WILL BUY a choice resident lot In
rIP*IUU Caster Grove tract. Any o' above on
1 sttlluient if desired. E. R. TURkLKELD,
118 South Broadway. 1-28 8t
(StACA-H PAYMENT BUYS LOT SOUTH
iP«)U west; price oeit to Twelfth st.
Cj>lAA CASH AND PAYMENTS BUYS COT
HTII'tF tage, southwest: nice place
V| ► l OAtfH AND 9400 IN 4 YEARS BUYS
eiPii'J lot, southwest.
Si' 'l tl I CAsH AND 9500 IN 4 YEARS BUYS
pp—V/U lot, southwest; 75x145; three streets,
Si (IU \ CA-.H AND 9850 IN 4YE KS BUYS
•V'trvMr cpttage, sou hwest; two car lines.
V | (UtA CAsH OR GOOD LOTS AND 92000
<jp lUll 1 buys 9-room house, southwest. Ap
ply 320 West First atreet lt
APELIGH I FUL HOME AT A GREAT BAB
gaiu, within 15 m nutes of business center
on the beat side of the city; 0 room house,
nine closets, patented wnter closet, baths and
every conceivable convenience ihe beau could
desire: 12 actea of laud abundance of water;
orohard of walnuts; tears, sppies and many
other kinds of fruit ; grapes and berries of every
kind; for the prio this cannot be matched in
Southern California: only 94500; terms, 92500
ca,h; balance on easy terms. The buildlnga
cost, am unt asked. GILBERT & G.LKKRT,
138J4 south Spring street. 1 29 3t
both bought in on foreclosure snd offered
for debt, and costs: one in Los Angeles. 9111,000,
worth 925.001) cash: one iv Pasadena, build
ings erecteo live years ago at cost of 935,iv0'J
for houso alone Commission to any agent sell
ing this property. GORDON & LONG, attorneys,
Bryson-Bonebrake block. 1-24 su tv tf
d>-I CArt-A VERY PRETTY HOME, SPLSND
.?I~UU idly tint.bed InBlde; large lot; ce
ment walks; bearing fruit trees; between two
car lines. Price 91800. CUDDY & STOI GH-
TuN, 141 South Broadway, 1-20 3t
C&»l,"r,A-ONLY~ 915~DOWN, BALANCR 910
rlt-tIU per month and no Interest, will get
you a lot on elec.rlc car line, close in; easy
walking distance. Buy a lot, build * house and
save reut. W. B. AKEY, 118 8, Broadway, lt
ufoAA—ONLY DOWN, BALANCE 915
e(?OUU per month, will buy a gor.d S-room
house, barn, well and mill ua electric car line.
W. B AKEY, 118 tf. Broadway. lt
sfcftnniY"- 4 HOUSE OF~9 ROOMS, BATH,
gas, and every modern convenience,
on lotto feet front, with driveway and stable,
lawn add flowers, on eiectrlc car Hue Price
96000, part cash. CUDDY Si STOUGHTON,
141 South 1-19 Bt
4 BEAUTIFUL FuTldTSq
tip 1 ..in.' loison Twenty-eighth st, near Fig
ueroa Price 91250 each. CUDDY&STOUGH.
T N, 141 3. Broadway. 1-29 3t
djOQAA-A LARGK CORSER LOT ON
Hope st, flOx 65: close in Price
9-S„0. CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 141 8. Broad
way. 1 29 3t'
Oi TJIA— A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE OF 7
fl?T:»)lfU rooms, * ath, closets, etc . on a large
lot on West El-lite nth st. Price 94500. CUD
DY A STOUGHTON, 141 8. Broadway, 1-29 3t
a»-j I rXA-^°RESALE ON INSTALLM HNT3,
fPlltll' s hard-finished and newly papered
bouse of 7 roTmB on Uroy, near Main sireet; a
bargain. M. P. SNYDER. 139 S. Broadway.
I7IOR SALE—A LOVELY' 10-BOOM MODERN
1 house on Grand avenue: one of the best
appointed houses on the street: one corner lot,
nicely improved; price 9 0,000. NORTON <t
KENNEDY, 209 S. Broadway. 1-29
171 OB FLOWER ST.,
lot near Pico: cheapest lot in the city; is
worth 92000. BRYAN & KK.'.-tEV, 202 South
Broadway. 1-29-su-we-f rl-3t
GQ>;A-TWO FINK LOTS O.N TWENT 'TH
iPO»)U street, near Figueroa; ptice 9350
each. CUDDY & SrOUiiHIO,.-*, 141 South
Btoadway. 1-20 3;
T.-1011 SALK—GOOD O ROOM HOUcE, CLOSI
X 1 to Main and Pico: newly pApered and
painted; only 91300, worth double. NORTON
& KENNEDY, 20tf 8. Btoadway, 1-29
TTtOH SALE-MODERN 5-BOOM HOUSE AND
Jl basement, southwest part city, one-half
block from electric cars; fine yard ana lawn;
only 920 i 0: beßt purchase tv this city. NOR
TON ot KENNEDY, 209 s. Broadway. 1-29
tSoTTsALE—A 0T IN TPE
X Eonnic Brae, 100x150, only 92500 NOR
TON i KENNEDY, 209 South Broadway.
17108 SALE—IOOxIBS TO ALLEY' ON CLEAN
1 side Hoover stre-t,adjoining thn Harper
tract, 91500. NORTON A KENNEDY, 09
South Broadway. 1-29 3t
TTtOR 8 ALU-GOOD LOT IN UR~M STON
X tract, 9325. NORTON & KENNEDY, 209
couth Broadway. l-i9 3t
TTK)R SALE-GOOD LOT IN PARhT. VILLA
X tract, Bonsallo aye, *900. NORTON &
KENNEDY, 2U9 Souto Broadway. 1-29 3t
I-tOR SALE—IO LARGE LOTB AT HYDE
1 Park, very cheap for cash, or will ex
Also two blocks of 5 end 9 lots in Pico Heights
cheap; cash or exchange.
One acre on Pico st. for sale very cheap.
A lot at Vii tor Heigbis very cheap.
Two lots in May tract, Fifteenth and Ban
Pedro St., for sale at a bargain.
7-room house, all modern improvements,
Herald st. near Wsshlngtoa; price, 91500.
0-room house, modern improvemeutß, 91250,
on Fri c-.aanst.
5-room houso in Buehlf r tract; lot 60x200;
Two-ator.v storo building, 6 rooms above;
nice lot and barn: rented for 917.50 per month;
will sell very cheap or exchange.
2 choice lots ou University car line, at a great
Now, think of it! storeroom and dwelling
combined, stock of groccriea in the store; large
corner lot, feni ed, with stable, fete; will take
oue-half cash, balance easy terms: or ore half
good trade and balance on time; price. 91500.
Anyone desiring to ex hange a small house
for a place to live and do a nice little cash bus
iness now is your chance. Must be sold.
A residence and flu , lot on Flower St., close
in: price, only 92600.
We also have valuable property in St. Paul,
Mtnu.,and in Kansas to exenunge for property
in Southern California.
2 Houses and lots at 9500 each, small pay
ment, balance monthly; close to Temple-street
We have an excellent opportunity for a party
with about 91000e.sh.
Wanted—Parties de»lr!ng to loan money in
large sums to give us their address. GILBERT
& GILBERT, room 9, No. 138% South Spring
street. 1-27 3t
>£.)AAA-A LARGE LOT OSf UNION AVE
rrZUUv/ uue, near First s»e°r,i with nice
house of six rooms, bath, etc. Price 92000;
part cash. CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 141 3oulh
Broadway. 1-29 3t
T SAID I WAS GOING TO SELL A 60-FOOT
X lot on S. gprint street, and so I will, soon at
some price. If yon want lt, address BOX 453,
Pasadena, Cal. 1-28 5t
170R SALE—TWO VBRY HANDSOME BUILD
JT lug lota on Eleventh atreet, west of Pearl,
in a vety dosirabie quarter of the city; alze,
Eoal22>, each. Aedress FOR SALE, P. O. box
565, city. 1-25
I~7tOR BALE—TWO-BTORY 8 ROOM HOUSE,
1 stable, 2507 South Flower Bt. POII DEX
TER & LIsT, 127 W. Second. 120 1m
I~jvsß SALE—I HAVE A CLIENT WHO 13
1 compelled to sell three lots in East Los An
geles at a great sacrilSce. They front on Han
sen street (graded) and are within one block of
Kunz street cars, a great bargain. Address
JAY it. HUNTER, Attorney, Bryaon-Bonebrako
block. 1-17 tf
J7IOR 6ALE-91000 —AN ELEGANT HOUSE
lof 10 rooms. No. 124 West Tweniy-ilfth
street. OWNER, 2803 South Malu. 1-17 tf
t/<OR SALE—AT A BARGAIN—A GOOD RES-
X I idence in a very desirable part of the city;
this is a rare chance; must be sold: extra lv
(lucerne !s Addreßs R, box 70, tliisofUie.l-14tf
tjl IAI I- 50x150 LOT ON TWENTY-THIRD
qplll/ ' Bt; live surroundings and is unquea
tiauatily cheap. BRYAN A KELiEY, 202 8.
OR SALE-HOU-E ON HOME ST., ONE
block north of Ellis college; 5 rooms, hard
finish, pantry, closets, etc.; also good hove
and lot on Philadelphia st, Want cash offer
for either of above. Address BARGAIN, box
40, Hub office. 1-14 tf
V dwelling; all modern conveniences;
cheap: close in. BRYAN A KSLsEY, 202 8.
Krosrtwoy. 1 -20 im-wMr'-.lt
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
; handsome one and one-half story cottage;
eight rooms, marble mantels and grates, hot
and cold water; boiler In kit"hen, etc., etc.
We offer this very desirable re.id nee, in the
midst of handsome improvements, for the 'ex
traordinary low nrice of 93650 cash. Address,
W. L. P., Box 565, city. 1-14 tf
TTtOR SALE—A NEAT NEW 5-ROOM COT-
I tage, with bathroom, closets, etc.: nice lot;
only three minutes walk from Aroadedepot;
price low and terms easy: just the thing for a
railroadman. Address W L. P., box 565, city.
FOR SALE—A LOVELY 10-ROOM HOUSE
and lot 50x150, close in; e\«y modern
improvement; cement walks; on car line;
96000, terniß to suit; a good buy. Address B.
E. W., box 20, this office. 1-14 tf
fffl.)f/IAA-40U165 FEET ON BROADWAY,
er*i IUUU near Third st; best purchase on the
street. BRYAN & KELSXY, 202 S. Spring at.
OR SALK —ONE OF THE MOST VALUABLE
corner business lota in the olty. I offer for
sale, at a very low price, most dt Birable lot in
the city; a bargain. Address, W.L. P„ Box 685,
olty; 1-14 tf
F~"0R SALE-51326-A NEW FIVE-ROOM
house on MoGarry street, near Ninth aud
Alameda: monthly payments, 915. ALLISON
BißiiOW, 227 West Second street. 1-12 tt
17IOR SALE—9I6OO—NEW 5 ROOM COT
. tage, Michigan avenue, between Mott and
Flcket streets: monthly payments. ALLISON
BARLOW, 227 West second at. 1-29-tf
BALE—LOTS IN THE MORAN I RACT;
A? clos? in, bet. Ninth and Tenth sts; only 5
minutes' waik to postoffice. 91000 each. BRY
AN & KELSEY, 202 S. Spring St.
OR SALE—9SOOO BUYS A BRICK BLOCK
on Second st,: 2 stores and 13 rooms; easy
terms. See OWNEB, room 78, Temple block.
FOB SALK —COUNTRY PROPERTY.
I"^eR~BATFr~oX^Xc' ACRE 3
1 moist laud, 2,% miles from Agricultural
Park; a very desirable piece of land for an
alfalfa ranch; will sell cheap ot exchange ior
12 choice lots In town of Santa, Ara and Tus
tin. will sell cheap or exchange for ranch
H acres of tho very best alfalfa land in Santa
Ana valley; comfortable farmhr»u«e and
buildings; barn just built, cost 91200; bear
ing apple and pear orchard: artesian water
Eiped to hou-e atd ba.*n; all fenced with
oard fencing; only 100 rods from good
school; thia property will make one of the
finest dairy ranches in the state; a cream ty
has ju-t been established in close proximity;
will sell at a sacrifice for cash.
10 acres, about two blocks from the center of
Tustin, near Santa Ana; about 300 bearing
orange trees, 10 shsres of water; beautifully
located for a home; will sell cheap or ex
chinge for city property; it will pay you to
see this property before you buy or exchange.
Address G. J. W., 156, Hera d. 1-25
fiSOfl PER ACRE —SNAP —CHOICE LAND Ai
3Pt/U any In California; 115 acres adjoining
town of Gardena; water In 15 feet; will s-11
whole or in 10 acre lots; commence selling
Monday, February 6; if you intend to buy land
for a home or speculation examine this prop
erty at once and get your choice; must be sold
tocloseup. Further particulars of JOHN L.
PAVKOVICH. 208 Weat First at. 12-18-tf
tftl A AAA-40 ACRES OF FINE LAND AT
IVaUvU Anaheim; 3 acres in hearing and
33 acres in young walnuts: 2 acres in bearing
apricots: balance In oranges and lemons: good
house, etc.; will exchange for city property
Price 910,000. CUDDY & STOUGHTON, lil
8 Broadway. 1-29 3t_
$OQAA~CABH WILL PURCHASE A NIOE
ti OUU 10-acre ranch in tbe foothills, with
fine 9-room 2-Blory house and good barn, all
set to navel oranges and prunes, bearing. W.
B. AKBY, 118 8. Broadway. It
C£ \ Kfi PaR ACRE FOR 10 ACRES OF FINE
loam 8011, close iv, on Central-avenue
ci ectric car line. This is the cheapest and b st
piece of laud on the line: easy terms, W. B.
AKBY, 118 B. Broadway. lt
Af)JAA-40 a"CRES OF LEVEL LAND; 8
acres In bearing apricots- 3 acrea in
ai<alfa. 22 acres in cultivation; abundance of
water; close to the city Price only 9SO 1 er
acre. CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 141 8. Broad'
way. 1-29 3t
<SiQfin/V- 6 ACRES, ALL IN SOLID WABH
eiiVlOVHlington navel oranges, with a perfect
water right only a short ride from the city;
will exchange for vacant lots In the city.
Price 93600. CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 141 B.
Broadway 1-29 31
Qf»AA-80 ACRES OF GOVERNMENT LAND;
nor fat from tbe city; 40 acres fenced;
8 acreß in wheat: good house and 5 hea ■of
cattle: all complete. Price 9500. CUDDY &
STOUGHTON, 141«. Broadway. 1-29 3t
FOR SALE—I 2 ACRES CHOICE FOOT HILL
orange grovo in full betring; good build
ings; deeded wtter-price s?600O. Let us show
you this. NOBTuN & KENNEDY, 209 South
Broadway. 1-29 31
1,-lOit SALE-150 ACRES; 100 ACHES IN
. orange and walnut grove: one of the finest
young orchards in the ttate: will show up with
anything at double the price and will soon psy
9 0,000 to 9' 6,C00 per year income: 9 50 rer
acre. Look this up. NORTON & KEN KDY,
200 i'outh Broadway. 1-29 3t
ITtOR BALE—I6O ACRES DA MP LAND SOUTH
' of city; 120 acres solid to alfalfa and fine,
balance In grain: 9 00 per acre takeß it The
best buy in Southern California. NORTON &
KENNH.DY, 209 South Broadway. 1-29 3t
I" BALE—IO ACRES SOLID TO NAVEL
1 oranges, two years old, at Highlands. Noth
ing finer. House and barn, water deeded. To
•eels to buy. Price only 95500. NORTON &
KENNEDY, 209 South Broadway. 1-29 3t
IjVIR SALE-20 ACRES IN THE BALDWIN
ranoh, solid to navel oranges three years
old and the finest in tho land, 9500 per acre.
NORTON it KENNEDY. 209 South Broadway.
OR BALE OB TRADE—AN IMPROVED
farm of 10 acrea near Red rudo; fine land:
Rood view: with or without small dairy. An
income proposition. H. L. Late V. lt
<tl K(\7\-X CASH BUYS 10 ACBEj SUL-
tana vineyard and house; X% miles
to 2 depots. W. H. TOWNsEND. No. 8 East
Colorado Btreet, Pasadena. 1 -27 71
fTtOR SALE—4O~~AuRKS IMPROVED LAND
V with fine residence and good water, within
8 miles of the court house, Los Augeles; cheap
and on favorable terms. Address ACRES, P. O.
box 565, city. 1-25 tf
FOR BALE-12 ACRES OF THE BEST
1 And in Loa Angeles county; close to city
liraiis: on the main drive lo Pasadena: very
great bargain. Address W. L. P., box 565, city.
" " 1 14 tf
TJiOB HALE—3OO,OOO ACRES OF~CHOICE
P land in the great raisin belt ol Kern coun
ty; the safest lnvea ment In California. Ad
dress BORAX, box 70, this office. 1 14 tf
OR SALE—TWO ACRES WITH HARD
finished house of four rooms and kltchtn;
windmill and tank-houße; barn for five horses;
all fenced; plenty of water; situated near city
limits. Apply to 116 East First street up
stalrs. 12-23 tf
SNAP-BEST BARGAIN OFFERED IN
Azusa—93ooo will buy 40 acrea, all good
orange and lemon land with water; no wash;
partly set out in treea; small house and cistern;
this offer good for one week only. OWNER,
208 W. First at. 1 25 8t
IfiOß SALE—4OO ACRES: LAND NEAR RE
-1 dondo Beach; good level land: sandy loam
soil; fine land lor all deciduous fruits and
grain, A bargain; 950 per acre. Address
ACctES, box 20, this office. l-14tf
BALE—22 ACRES, % MILE OUTSIDE
JL' city limits of Pasadena: good water right
and water piped on land. This la fine orange
land and only 9300 per acre. Address wATE .t,
box 40, this l-14tf
OR SALE—IN KERN COUNTY, FOR PUB
poses of colonization, 3842 44 100 acres of
as good land as can be found in Kein county;
no fancy prices. In all there is about six sec
tions three of which join eaoh other. Like
other acreage, all that is necessary is develop
ment to make this land rank with some of the
best in Southern California, also in Tulare
county. I can offer 6456 76-100 acres of some
of the b*st laud in said county; some parts of
this land have already been sold aa high as 950
per sere. It Is in the artesian belt section, and
for purposes of colonization no better land can
be found. This laud is all contiguous to the
S, P. B. H-, and is filtered on the most favorarde
terms ana at a low price to party or parlies
taking lt all. or will offer it In section lots at
equally low figures. For location, price, terms,
etc , addrosß OWNER, box 30, Herald ofllce.
1 14 tf
and Art: open all the year. MRS.
EMILY J. VALINTINI, president, corner
Broadway and Fifth atreet. 8-14 ly
ANJO, BY MISS E. M. A6TBURY; 5 AND
6 stringed taught Studio 61. Take elevator
by People's store, Phillips block. 1112 12m
TBI K.AMMEKMKYER ORCHESTRA—
first-class music furnished for balls, parties,
concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin, man
dolin, etc., taught. Room 21, New Willard
block, 828% South Spring street, Lot Augeles,
Cal. 10-14 ly
FRANK C. YOUNG, CONTRACTOR, 43
Wilson hock P>-**n»
OH »J|/|-A GROCERY (-TORE WITH P. O.
v I'lUu connected; ou main road leading in
to Loa Angelea, clearing over sHia) pel month,
slokness cause for Belling. Price 91500. CUD
DY A STOUGHTON, 141 8 Broadway._l-29 3t
t27/i/I—ONE OK THE BE9T~AND FINEST
lUU lodging houses in the city; centrally
located; reaaonablerent; permanent tenants in
ail rooms; long lease; sickness reason for sell
ing. Price $700. CUDDY & bTOUGHTON,
ltl B Broadway. 1-2!) 3t
$'17Kr X COFFEE AND LUNCH HOUSE;
• >t • ) newly fitted throughout; on Spring st.;
longleaae, Price $375. CUDDY & STOUGH
TON, 141 8. Broadway. 1-29 3t
Q.A »rt _A DELICACY STORE DOING NO. 1
fIPT»"7 business; on principal St.; net profit
over 9100 per mo.; selling aB owner goes east
Price 9450, CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 141 S.
Broadway. 1-29 3t
1710R SALE—9II,SO0 —IN THIS CITY, A
1 manufacturing busineaa. For terms and
particulars addresa B. 8., Box 50. 1-29 7t
OR BALK-BLACKSMITH BHOP, fcTOCK
and to Is Good reasons ior selling. M. W.
STEELE, Santa Monica, Gal. 128-30 2-1
OR SALE- A SNAP —LODGING"HOUBFToF
30 rooms, all completely furnished with
hardwood furniture; rent 940 per month; near
Third on Main; complete for 91200. all ou
8. H. BUTTERFiELD, 124% South Spring St.,
room 1. 1-28 2t
BUSINESS CHANCE—FOR SALE—ONE OF
the most beautiful homes in Los Angelea; 9
roo-i house, closeta, bath, fine cellar; gas ma
chine, gas all through tho houae; haud oma
fixtures house new and modern; 2-story barn,
with a room in it for servant; large lot, corner,
90x310; lota of fruit; to any party la search of
a choice home in a select neighborhood at price
much below its value, I have but to say, see
this place; owner will tsk ■ an improved ranch
in the San Gabriel or San Fernando valleys in
part pay: btlanoe to auit, providing aame ia
uolncumb red; thia place la clear. Address
BUSINESS, p. O. box 505, city. 1 25
BUSINESS CHANCE—A NICE, CLEAN
stock of general merehandlse for sale on
Main st., Los Angelea; party waHs to sell, as he
don't sabe the biz and had to take stock on ac
count of loan; new and clean; horse aud de
livery wagon included, cheap lor KASH. Ad
dress AT ONCE, p. o box 585, city. 1-25
BUSINESS cUaNCB—FOR BALK-DRUG
store: central: good stand; low rent: good
prescription business as welt as general trade;
costs nothing to inquire into lt; will take some
Eroperty as part pay. Address CHANCE, p. o.
ox 505, city. 1-25
BUlslNJtsi CHANCE—A NEW SCHEME
which throws everything else in the shade
aud •paralyzes hard times—lo acres of fine
raisin ,and for 91000 cash, with balance in five
years: watei abundant. Address RAISIN, p o.
box 563, city. 1-25
fjU'B, SALE—STOCK OF GROG'S RIES AND
' store fixtures; new goods: well located on
South Spring street; business good; best of
reasons for selling Inquire of E. W. GUTH
RIE, Abstract building. 1-21 lm
OTIOK—THE LEASE, FIXTURES AND
stock of the Loa Angeleß Clothing com
pany, No, 144 North Main street, opposite
Western Union telegraph office, la for sale at 75
cents on the dollar. For particulars, inquire
on premises. A rare chance to get into busi
ness. Part payment only required. Call Im
mediately. 19 lm
OR SALE—RESTAURANT: FINE LOCA
tion; large trade; good business opening;
principals only, and to them we cau Bhow flrßt
(lassopening. BENE. WARD, CLAY & CO.,
138 south spring street. 1-8 lm
UOBTbALE—MEAT MARKET, COMPLETE.
JL 303 E. First street. 1-29 7t
1 wagon both with top, at a bargain; also 1
6-year-old mare, warranted klud and gentle:
or will trade for hay or good milch cow. Ap
ply 2112 City View street, Boyle Heights.
IriOß SALE-TWO PAIRS OF INDIAN GAME
' fowls; fine birds, and for sale cheap. Call
at premises, northwest corner of Hast Nluth
and Hemlock sis., one block east of Ceutral
I TOI% SALE—YOUNG, GENTLE HOLBTEIN
1 milch i ow, very cheap. Corner Vermont
and Thirtieth street 1-29 2t
H REYNOLDS HAB ARRIVKiTfROM
• the north with a carload of fine family
horses, gentle, all good roadsters and well bred,
which he offers for sale cheap: a so fine livery
turnouts to let. SpecUl attention t iveu to
boarders. OLIVE BT .BLKS, 628 B. Olive st.
tfiOß BALE—PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS. 917
JD Date street. 1-28 3t
sOR SALE —CHEAP, 4 ROO vt HOUSES TO
be moved; also store and 4 rooms; also 20
doors; wheel cultivator new; 1 large feed cut
ter, will take team work for last mentioned.
Apply at tract, Rosedale ana Adams sis.
CHAS. VICTOR HALL, 1-19-tf
FOR BALE—ORGAN. FOR CHURCH OR
parlor; powtrinl, sweet tone: perfect order;
12 stops, cost 9300. Price $65. E. B.
CLARKE, 232 West first street. 12-26-tf
OR SALE—LARGE FAMILY HORSE, SAFE,
powerful, aorrel, 1800 pounds; cheap
BROADWAY STABLES, noar Fourth. 12-25 tf
FOR SALE—OLD TAPKBS IN QUANTI
ties ti Buit, at this office.
in any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on plauos with
out removal, diamonds, Jewelry, sealskins, bi
cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property of
value; alaooh furniture, merchandise, etc., in
warehouses; partial payments received, money
without delay; private offices for consultation;
wIU call if desired. W. E. DkGROOT, Manager,
rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 S. Spring St., opposite
Nadeau hotel. 7-29 tf
WANT TO 80RR0W~93500 FOR 3 YEARS;
8 per cent; property valued at $8000; in
come $50 per month. Address HARRY, care
M~ ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. AT
low rate of interest Security must be first
class. Address LOANH, Box OO.tfais office. l-Blf
MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT; ANY
amount. M. P. SNYDER, 139 South
Broaawuy. S-1S 6m
ONEY TO LOAN ON COUNTRY AND
city property; lowest rates. W B. BURKE,
notary public, 169 North Spring street.B-13 6m
ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWKL
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and
collateral security. LEE BROS, 402 8. Spring.
I~F YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELATE
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see security Savings Bauk, 148 S. Main at
MONEY TO LOAN—9. 00, 9500, 9600. 9750
at alowrateof interest on Improved city
real estate. Address FINANCIAL, box 846,
Loa Angeles city. 1-21 tf
HAVE93O,OOO TO LOAN ON A 1 SECURITY
at low rate of interest. Will loan as a
whole or part of the above amount. Address
SECURITY, Box 60. this office. 1-8 tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MAIN
STREET SAVINGS BANK, 426 South
Main street. 10 26 tf
OINDBXTER <S LIST, BROKERS, 127 W,
Second at., loau money on good security at
reasonable rates. Farm loans a specialty. If
yon wish to lend or borrow, caU on as. 8-17 6m
I\i|ONEY TO LOAN —A. R. ERASER <& F: D.
Ivl Lanterman, 13» S, Br-sdwsy, 8-17 6m
( \NE DAY SAVED BY TAKING
' Santa Fe's excursions to Kan-
(asCity, st Louis, Chicago, New
York and Boston. Leave 'os Angeles every
Wednesday: personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston: family tourist s eepers to
Kansas City and Chicago dally; low rates and
quickest time. Office 129 N. Spring St. lyr
REAT CENTRAL ROUTE EXCURSIONS.
Experienced conductors: through from Los
Angeles to Boston; onlj six days to New York
or Boston; tourist cars. F. E, SHEARER, man
ager. Office, 229 South Spring st., Los Angeles.
JO, JUDSON A OO.'S EXCURSIONS EABI
• every Wedneaday via Salt Lake Olty anC
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston
Manager in charge. Offlce, SIS 8. Spring st.
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND
810 Grande railway and the Great Rock
Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday.
Personally conducted through to Chicago and
Boston Offiro No 13» Bonth Spring »t, Itf
CH. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 182 SOUTH
• Broadway. 8-71 y
B~UBGEas~J. BREVE, ABCHITaWtTeSTaIF-
Iisbed for the past 10 yeara in Los Angeles.
Booms 7 and 8 second floor), Workman block,
Spring-st., between Becond and Third 1-25 ly
ABSTBAOT AND TITLE INBUBANCK COM
pany of Loa Angeles northwest corner of
Franklin snd New High streets trf 7 tf
*[£ K ~J?5 0 J ANO *:
FOR EXCHANGE—2O HEAD OOWI, 1 SPAH
6-year-old maret, weight 1300 each; 1
carriage horse, well broke, 7 years old to ex
change for city property or small acreage
NORTON & KENNED S. Broadway
ldcnt property In Los Angeles, at reason
able prices, the best of fruit lands, with first
class water right. The citrus fruits, rsisln
grape and apricot aie in their homo. Addreot
t. 6. box 585, city 1 2ft
2 BROOM COTTAGES ON MONTRKAI
Btreet; all conveniences; lot 90x118- fln,
lawn, shrubbery; price $3000; rented for $3<
per month; for vacaut lota near Weatlake
NORTON & KENNEDY, 209 B. Broad wa™
0 EXCHANGE—TWO COTTAGES AND LOI
at Pasadena o t Orange grove avenue foi
city p operty or acreage. Address PASADENA
box 80, Herald office. i. 2( j
TO EXCHANGE—BRICK STORE, PASA
dena, for city property; store rented fo
•400 per year. Address BARGAIN, box 80
Herald office. 1-25
O~EX(!HAKOE—IO ACRES HIGHLY IM
proved at Glendale for part cash and good
clear, city property Apply immediately, .h;
dress EXCHANGE, box 80, Herald offlce.
0 EXCHANGE—2% STORY HOUSE, 25
rooms, cornsr lot, modem improvements;
also five acres and five lots In Santa Cruz, » )
to exchange for city or acreage. Address P H.
P, Horald office. 1-25
O~EXCHANGE—GOOD PROPERTY HERE
and In eastern antes, clear, for ranch in
Los Angeles county, clear. Address RANCH,
P. O. box 505, city. 1-25
OA ACRE ALFALFA RANCH, 5 MILEB
OU south of city, with 17 head "attle, 4 horses,
wagons and implements; prico*i7s per acre:
for city property, NORTON & KENNEDY, 2i9
S. Broadway. 1-29 3t
T _ 0 EXCHANGE—NICE HOUSE AND LOT
on Ninth st for improved ranch east oi Los
Angeles; small mortgaeo of $1000. Address
MuRI GAGE, P. O. box 550, tlty. 125
' eastern part of Kansas for Los Angeles
property, city or acreage. Inquire 3119 South
Grand avenue. 1-29 3 Suns
TU EXCHANGE — DRUG STORE FOR
orange land or small fruit ranch in San
Gabriel valley; $3000 to 5J3500; good lease and
low rent. Address BAN GABRIEL, box 20,
Herald offlce, 125
1~0 EXCHANGE—FINE HOUSE ON OLIVE
. St., house lot 00x165; will tske good acre
age in any part 6f tne county. Address HOUSE,
box 20, Herald office. 1 25
T" 0 EXCHANGE —FIFTY-FIVE ACRES AT
Compton; good house, fine barn, 2 flowing
wells, fenced and oross-fenced, 1% story house,
0 rooms; 25 acres lv alfalfa, full stand, 5 aorea
iv orchard and 25 acres in general cultivation;
mowers, rakes, tools, 3 wagons, 1 spring wagon,
harnoss, etc.; 16 head of hor es. This is a fine
ranch; is incumbered for % value; mortgage
can stand; will take an improved place in the
city. Addreis COMPTON, box 50 Herald
THO EXCHANGE —20 ACRES, DELIGHT -
X fully situated at Cresenta Canada: small
house of 4 rooms; 3 or 4 acres in trees and
grapes; wa er right aud water Is piped to the
place; no frost,no fog; land is adapted to all
Kinds of fruit; no incumbrance, and will ex
change for city propeny that is unincumbered.
Address FRUIT, box 30, Heraldotßce. 1 25
a£A-ACRC FOOTHILL FRUIT AND GRAIN
AUU ranch: ? ae.es in bearing fruit, 60 acrea
ingrain; good 6-r nun house, barn, well, mill
and tank; price .1125 per acre; for city prop
erty. NORTON oi KENNEDY, 209 8. Broad
way. 1-29 Ut
rho EXCHANGE—HOUSE AND LOT, 25
X looma, haid finish, bath, hot and cold
water, nicely famished, lawn, flowers, etc., to
exchange for ranch within 15 miles of Los An
geles, Address LAWN, box 40, Herald offlce.
TO EXCHANGE—44 ACRES, 1 MILE FROM
Florence house 6 rooms, hard finish, 5 ar
tesian wells, 2 small orchards, 30 acres in al
falfa, 2 bams, flue ohicken house and 2 incu
bators, to exchange for city property. Address
B. R. 5, box 30, Herald offlce. 1 23
TO EXCHANGE—2O ACRE 3 % MILE FROM
Studebaker; house 8 rooms, barn for 4
horses; small granary; 150 fruit tr. cs; all fenced
and crosß fenced; 2 wells aud good water right,
to exchhngd :or house and lot In this city. Ad
dress A. B, C, box 30, Herald offlce. 1 26
TO EXCHANGE—2O~A^RE~ 3 i MILE FROM
Compton: houso 2 rooms, shed, barn and
20 acres adjoining, with houso of 7 rooms and
bath, a aid finish, large barn, corral and or
chard; exebange for bouse and lot. Address
L. B. H., box 00, Herald ofllce. 1 25
TO BXOHANBE—SI AvKKo NEAR Dow
ney; moist ltn j, house four rooms, good,
large barn, carriage and tool house, chicken
house, ' -al with living water in corner, 10
acres ineoin, 13 acres in apple orchard, 13
acres in aifalfa, balance lv pasture; four oows
giving milk, two cows dry. 12 Lead young
cattle, nine large Polaand China hegs, 10 fine
pigs, one span horses and harness, two new
plows, 1 cultivator, one double drag, mowing
machine and rake, chickens, dairy tools ana
other implements; 87 shaics water stock, to ex
change lor good fruit ranch. Address W. L.
P., P. O. box 5«5, city. 1 25
TO EACHANGE—BUSINESS AND REBl
deuce property in Leavenworth and Kansas
city for merchandise or good ranch; also, good
improved farms in Kanraa, Nebraska and Mis
souri for California property; also, California
for eastern. Address, KANSAS, box 50,
Herald office. 1-25
qVoBIcCHANGE-85000 STOCK OF CROCK-
X cry and glassware for house and lot, good
chance for business; 24 acres in Anaheim, all
in fruit, good house, barn at d water right;
three houses well rented ou Olive street, for
house near Florence or Compton; VO acres near
Santa Rosa for house and lot in city. Address,
W. L. P., P. O. box 565, city. 1-25
FOR EXCHANGE —AN UPRIGHT FISHER
piano (Berlin make) nearly uew, for a good
horse. Must be gentle and not over five years
of age. Address EXCHANGE, box 60, Her
ald offlce. 1-8-tf
Oi)A ACRES FINE FRUIT LAND NEAR
.I.IU Chatsworth Park, all now in grain;
price 850 per acre. NORTON dt KENN EDY,
209 S. Broadway. 1-29 3t
lUOR EXCHANGE—A LARGE AND~ELI?
1 gant hotel iv thriving town, 2% acres of
grounds. Will take half of purchase price In
eastern or California property and give easy
terms of payment for balance. Address or ap
ply to T. 8. KNOLES, Ontario, San Bernardino
county. 11 tf
• corporated.) New studios, entrance in
chamber of Commerce. L. E Garden-Macleod,
principal. Pasadena Tuesdays and Fridays.
SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION—FULL COURSE
in elocution. For particulars call on or ad
dress by mail PROF. JOHN M'CULLOUGU,
Potomac block, room 108. Evening classes;
take elevator. 1-13 lm
rpEAOHERS' CLASS PBEPARING FOR
X- county examination. Positions for govern
esses and teachers. 120% 8. Spring. 12-25 tf
OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL,
(Incorporated) 144 South Main St.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
courses In tho commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying, and all English
branches. Large, able, and mature iaoulty of
instructors. Day a: d evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at college office, or write for
elegant catalogue. E. R. BHRADER, President;
F. W. KELSEY.Vice-President; I. N. INSKEEP,
secretary. 8-16 91 tf
ABTBURY SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Tako elevator by
People's store, Phillips block. Bend for cata
logue. 10-12 12m
RB. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF
Piano, Voice Culture, Guitar and Banjo.
ARDMOUR, Broadway and sixth St. 9-24-tf
wfLLHTRTCTz" MUSICAL STUDIO,
• room 37. California Bank B'ld'g. 8-13 ly
/pjasafesw s P r ' n ß street, rooms 4 and 5.
,;,,'; AJ Teelli txti acted and filed aith
* -<J ffX-LJ out pain 7-21-ly
DR. L. W. WELL*, COR. OF B RING AND
Firat atreets, Wilßon bloca; take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extiac cd without paiu. Room 1. in 4tl
DAMS BROS., DENTISTS. 230% S. SPRING,
bet. Second and 1 hlrd. Patulesa nlliug and
extracilng, 60c and SI; crowns S3: set teeth,
86 to $10; established in L. A. city 13yrs. 12-r)
RANK STEVEN', "324% S. SPRING" BT.
Open Sunday and ereulngs by electric light.
R. TOLHURBT, b"KNTi¥f,T6s% N SPRINti
st,, rooms 2, 6an 1 7 Painless extraction.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
CONRAD "bCHEBEb] GBAMMX BlTUMlN
ousand asphalt paving. 887 W. First St.
HAZARD A TOWNSEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY
Mock. Tel. 347. Assslss. 11.« V« '»