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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
Illinois hall, corner of Sixth and Broad
way. Sunday school hi 9:30. in charge of New
Era teachers—liii in the Bible class for a
starter. Morning discussion at 11 o'clock—
What shall be done with the unemployed': to
which It especially invited the mayor, the hon
orable city council and all unemployed.
Evening sermon by Rev. Vt\ C. Rowman: on
National Co-opt ration. One thousand chairs
will be provided, free to all. Let the people
come and hear the truth grandly spoken.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, OLIVE ST."BETWEEN
Fifth and Sixth sts. Service today by the
rector. Rev. John Gray, lately of the Church of
the Advent, San Francisco. Iloly communion
will be administered at the usual hours, 7 and
11 a.m. The public cordially invited. Mr.
Gray especially requests of all parishioners
and worshippers living in and belonging to
St. Paul's parisli to assemble their children at
the Sunday school every Sunday morni-ig, as
he intends to give personal attention and care
to that part of church work.
TrJOHN'S - CHURCH - (EPISCOPAI-), COR.
Adams and Figueroa streets. Celebration
of the Holy Eucharist at 8 a. m.; morning
service and sermonat 11; Sunday school at 3;
fuli choral evensong and sermon at. 7:30 p. m.
Churchmen visiting Los Angeles are cordially
invited to St. John's. Seats free; vested choir
of 89 voices, men, women and hoys. Take Grand
avenue cable to Adams street "and walk one
block west. Rev. B. W. It. Tayler, rector.
HRIST CHURCH, EPISCOPAL—CORNER
Flower and Pico streets; Alfred S. Clark,
rector; residence, 151* i South Flower street.
Sunday services, 11 a. in. and 7:110 p. m. Holy
Communion first and third Sundays of the
month. Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Seats
free. Strangers are cordially invited to all
services. Electric cars to Pico Heights or Uni
versity station pass the church.
HURCH OF THE UNITY—CORNER HILL
and Third streets, Rev. J. S. Thomson,
pastor. Services Sunday at 11 a. m.; Sabbath
school, 9;30 a. in.; evening service, /:30p. in.
Morning service conducted by Mrs. Laura
Armlston Chant. Subject: The Prodigal Son.
Evening service conducted by the assistant
pastor. Rev. F. Preston. Subject; Life in
OP I ill 'IT A LIBM —MEDIUMS' MEETING AT
O Foresters' hall, 107 North Main street,
at 2:30 p. m. conducted by captain Wingett.
At 7:30 B. A. C. Stephens lectures on Immor
tality of the SouL Captain Winpett follows
with demonstrations oL hypnotic and heating
"TMRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CORNER
_F Second and Broadway. Preaching at 11 ft.
m. by Burt Esles Howard. Sunday school at
9:30 a.m. Y.P.S.C. at 0:20 p.m., and regular
services at 7:30 p.m. Pmver meeting daily at
noon and Thursday at 7:45 p.m. Strangers
rpHEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY—FREE PUBLIC
V lectures every Sunday, 7:45 p. m., at
Blavatsky hall. Spring streeet, between
Fourth and Fifth streets, up stairs. Tonight,
Emerson and Occult Laws, by Mr. 11. A. Gibson
MMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN ( lIURcTT
corner Tenth and Pearl streets. Preaching
by Rev. Dr. Chichester at 11 a.m. Young
people's meeting at ti:3o p.m. Evening ser
vice at 7:30 p.m. Everybody welcome.
Til E"PEOPLE'SCHURCH~(NON SECTARIAN)
Rev. J. H. Phillips pastor. Services in
Grand Opera House hall at 1 a.m. Every
body Nit i.iLrht service.
103 s. Broadway.
In Real Estate
Of Any Kind,
City and Count v.
Real Estate Security,
ODEA A 11ARR.
10-5 tf 103 s. Broadway.
VTOTII E TI.'E LOS AXGELI-.S CITY WATER
.lA company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: The hours lor sprinkling ate between
0 and 8 o'clock a. in. and 0 and 8 o'clock p. m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off antl a line of #2 will be
charged before the water will be turned on
HE SAKE DEPOSIT BOXES OK THE STA'I E
Loan and Trust company are inclosed in s
fire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity;
alcoves attached for the private examination
of valuables, wiih writing materials; a voting
lady in attendance. hi tf
MB IMHWraMALi PILLS AS A SPECIE C
monthly medicine for immediate tCaiei tor
painful and irregular menses —from whan ver
cause. For sals by FREEMAN & CARPER, 102
North Spring ct Price, #2 per box. 69 ly
IG tIiEE CARRIAGE AND WAG ON
works; all kinds of painting and repair
ing. 128 San Pedro St., between First and
fjecond sts., I/>s Angeles. 7 0 tf
17 k. TilrelkT.'ld has removed his
\. general brokerage, notary pub Be and
real estate ofllce to 115 s. Broadway. 10 5 lot
BARNES & BARNES,
_10-1 tf 227 W. Second St.
TO SELL YOUR Itl'SlNKSs'tlß PROPERTY
promplly for cash go to B. WHITE, 221
VI. First st. 10-7 lOt
YOU WANT TO RENT YOU 11 HOUSE '.'
1 f Lca\e your key « i:h 1111.1. .v. CO, 123 W.
Second st. 9 1 tf
AF. SI.OPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFD X,
» 112 Center place 1 1 :', t f
MONET TO LOAN.
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY
Loans money in tiny amounts on r.ll
kind* of collateral security, dia
mond*, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc Also ou pianos, iron and
steel saies, H nd professional libra
ties, without removal; and on fur
nitnre in lodging, boarding houses
and hotels, without removal, l'.ir
tial payments received. Hooey
quick. Business confidential. Frf
vale Offtoe lor ladies.
W. E. DEtHiOOT, Manager.
8- 291y Rooms 2, 3,U,1U S. Springs,.
%M ONEY TO LO.', N ON DIAMONDS, JEWI.TT
ivI ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and ull kimis 01 pi repna.
and collateral security. LEE BROS
9- lS_ly 402 s. Spring st.
fr~YOD WISH TO I.t lAN ()K~oir.Tow
J money, call on .1. A J. C. FLO' KNCY, Peal
Estate and Financial Agents, 130 Broadway.
AH business strictly confidential. 10-1 tf
rpO ~LOAN^*SOO0 '~lb~if7(M)0 ON Gof)f)
X city income property; homestead ureter.
red; principals only. Address LOANS, 40, this
pfncfe io-sj ] i
M" " ONEY TO LOAN-PRINCIPALS ONLY—
LOU IST. VKTTER, 103 S. Broadwi*
rpO LOAN—WE HAVE $000 AND MOO TO
X loan on good real estale security. FLOUR
MA , 12s Broadway. " ,<>.. t -
KJ diuiu; consultations on business remov
als, marriage, disease, lawsuits, love, mineral
locaticns. etc,; 452 B. Main st. MRS. PARKER
\f RS. D. A. KIMBALL, BUSINESS, TEST
iJX and trance medium, southwest corner
lasnty-tUird street und Grand aye, 10-1 lm j
VVANTED— ALL NEEDING HELP FREE
?V employment or any iniormalion, address
E NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880.
Office, 319's S. Spring st; residence.'4sl 8.
ll,im st., corner Filth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113. 8-10 tf
ETTY, HUMMEL & CO., EMPUIYMENT
agents, 131-133 W. First st. Telephone 509.
Under the Los Angeles National bank. Help
ef all kinds carefully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-ti tf
yt'ANTED — KeTjalhE MAN TO OPEN
M small office near here and handle my
poods; stamp and reierences. A. T. MORRIS,
Box 50, Herald uffloe. It
AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA-
J hot Bureau. V4<) New High st. Telephone
1153; for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, Manager.
HELP TV ANTKD—I'KiIAI.K.
NT E EDuT
** cated. industrious woman, between 25
and .'(.">, without family, to do ortlee work, help
ami learn to cure cancers, at smatl, increasing
wages ami board. DR. CHAMI.EY, 211 W.
First st. 10-8 2t
W families at the Woman's Exchange and
Employment Oillce, 45 s. Raymond avenue,
el posite pnstoiKce, Pasadena. :>-1s tf
W A NTKIJ—SITUATIONS.
VV ANTED—BY YOUNG MAN OF"sTEADY
>» habits position as clerk In mercantile
establishment; has had some experience in
gents' furnishing goods, shoes, clothing and
groceries; has extensive acquaintance aud
speaks the Spanish language: will be satisfied
with moderate salary; best of references. Ad
dri ss 11, rooms 13' and 15, 120'j S. Spring
street. 10-S 3t
AXJ ANTED—YOUNG JAPANESE WANTS A
rv imsitien .otln gardening or make him
self useful around the house; knows about
horses and cows. etc. Address YAMAKI, 301
commercial street. 10-S ll
ANT I" D —J A PA N ESE COMPETENT COOK
ME Is situation in eitv or country. Ad
rlress T. SATO, bol Commercial street. 10-S 21
WANTED — GARDEN, ORCHARD, NUR
sory work; terms reasonable; references
glyen. Address BYRNE, 314 S. Broadway.
IT"ANTED—WORK BY A MARRIED -MAN,
M who has had long experience in press
correspondence and in the book business.
Address J. C. H., 151 N. Dalv street, Los Ange
les, Cal. lo 5 41
GENERAL OR LOCAL AGENTS—Ladies or
gents: $75 a WEEK. Exclusive territory.
THE RAPID DISH WASHER. Washes nil the
dishes for a family in about one minute.
Washes, t LnseSjStnd dries them without wetting
the hands. You push the button, the machine
does the rest. Bright, polished dishes and
cheerful wives. No scalded Angers, "° soiled
liandsor clothing. No broken dishes, no muss.
Cheap, durable, warranted. Circulars free.
W. P. HARKiSON A CO.,
8-13 Sun 121 Clerk No. 13, Columbus, O.
"TTrENTS~MAKE $5 A DAY—GREATEST
.ZY kitchen utensil ever invented. Retails for
35 cents; 2to 0 sold in every house, Sampie,
1 'sta.ee paid, 5 cents. FORSHEFI & Mr.MA
KIN. Cincinnati, o. 9-27-suu-wcd-0i
WANTED— TO WEST OS
south front, between Tw tuty-sccond and
Twenty-seventh, Grand avenue'and Hoover
street; must be reasonable in price: state size
of lot, give location and price. Address
BUYER, box 20, Herald. 8-11 tf
■\VANTKD— A DAIRY FARM NEAR TOWnT
"l south if possible; not less than ten
acres; rent to be paid monthly; nothing
wanted but the place with good house. Ad
dress F. C. STEVENSON .v. SONS, l.os Angeles.
TV A NTED—A PARTNER WITH $5000 TO
VT invest in a paying project, in which there
are no cha,ices oi loss and profits large. Party
desiring to d al must furnish evidence of good
character. Address I*., Herald office. 923 tf
TV-ANTED— A YOUNG MAN AS PARTNER
M in well-paying and old-established real es
late business; must have $5 O; the party gets
more than his moneys worth in good property.
Address K. 8., box 1:0, Herald office. 10-7 it
Y\'AXTED— MSS.~Ks"3j> YS, SERMONS OR
other documents to copy by hand or by
typewriter, geo. w. BRADFORD room s,
212! ., Broadway. 10-3 tf
YY~ ANT K1 >-- MA N WITH $2.">00 TO Pi'R-
M chase half interest in a desirable inven
tion; fortune in it. Address E., Herald office.
V\ T ANTED — TO PURCHASE — HALF OR
r r whole interest in restaurant, grocery or
cig*r,s;ore. B. WHITE. 221 W. First st. 10-5 3t
A\^ANjED—PROPERTY LISTED WITH Cft
'1 we have customer.. DORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN <fc CO., 214 S. Broadway, 9-12 tf
W ANTEIW.VE HAVE CUSTOMERS FOR
>T installment houses. DORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN & CO.. 241 8. Broadway. 9-12 tf
WASTED— LODGING*"HOUSE FOR CASH,
near Sixth-street park. CLARK, 11-8 S.
Broadway. 10-0 It
IJERSON AL-COFFEE, FRESH ROASTED ON
our giant coffee roaster, Java and Mocha,
35c lb; mountain coffee, 35c; germea, 2bc;
rolled rye, lvc; 4 lbs rice, 25c; 0 lbs rolled
wheal, 25e; 8 lbs corn meal, 15c; 15 lbs gran
ulated sugar, $1; lOlbs beans, 25c; can toma
toes or corn, 10c: 3 cans corned beef, 25c: can
baked beans, 1..c; box lliaccaroni, 55c; extract
beef, 25c; 4 bars Dlnmore's soap, '.sc; can
coal oil, Sue; 3 lbs lard, 3oc; pork. 14 I ,c; ba
con, lie ,c; picnic hams, 12> a c. ECONOMIC
STORES, 305 8. Spring st. 7-'> tf
\f atrimoniTl-a REFINED AND CI LTI
»I vated young lady, living unhappily with
her guardian, a good housekeeper, fond of
country life and financially independent,
wishes to correspond with some honorable
agriculturist or stock-raiser who is matrimo
nially inclined; no attention will be paid to
answers unless the writers contemplate imme
diate matrimony; full particulars must be
given; state age and religion: enclose picture
If convenient. Address Drawer 8, Suspension
Bridge i\ 0., New York. 8-18-sun 2t-w 4(
BROS. —GOLD BAR
X flour, 8L00; city flm-.r, 80c; granulated
sugar, 15 lbs $1; brown sugar, 20 lbs $1; 0 lbs
roiled oats, 25e; sardines, o boxes. 25c; table
fruit, 3 cans 50c; Midland coffee, 25c lb; east
ern oil, Hoc; gasoline, 80c; 2-lb can corned
beef, 15c; 1 ird, 10 lbs, 05C: 5 lbs, 30c. 001
South Spring street, comer Sixth.
111 ...-I inal—a i;atchei/>r, aged4o, r.ov
I ing disposition, temperate habits; owns
good resilience, clear; desires to meet good
□atured, unmarried lady, oruiilow without
children, uhohns some 'means; brunette pre
etrcd: obicel matrimony; all letters confi
dential. Andress 11, hex SO, this office. 10-8 It
KKSONAi. —A WIDOW ERFROM THE EAST
has property; desires to meet widow or
maid with means: oged 35 to -15; object true
companion slop for life; letters in strictest con
lidcur-e; t,n interview is requested. Address
c. B. G., box SO, this office. 10-8 It
1 TTENTInN I.ADIKS.-"EM.MA" Ill'ST DE
iV vtlnne: will enlarge vmir bust 5 inches;
guaftmieed. sealed instruction*3c, Or 24-page
■Unstated CAtalngue Be, by mail. Emma Toilet
Baser, Boston, 10-8 Ist suns
'a TTEXTIOX INDIES!—"EMMA" Hi;ST DX-
J\ relpper will enlarge your bust 5 rncb.es,
Guaranteed, sealed instructions 2c, or 24 page
illustrab <i catalo rue Oc, by mull. Emma Toilet
Kestun. Mas-. S-tisunKit
pEi:~> >XA I.—MME. NYE" LATE OK DENVER
i Co!:)., lias oped dres.imal.'liig parlors, suite
9, The Albemarle, 31>iV, B. springst., gas all
thclafesl New yorkend Paris styles; a perfect
fit guaranteed, 10-slt
\ fA~R ! LY—iFAViIT WANT A HTjSBAND OR
IYI wife, rich or poor, send 10c nta for matri
monlai paper, Scnl sealed in plain wrapper*
Ml;. AND MRS. DRAKE, Central Bank Build
ing, Chicago. 9-10-Sun.lt
MAItRIEI) LADIES' SAFEGUARD; PAT
enled; im medicine; no equal; money re
funded n not satisfactory. Send 10 cent's to
LADIES' novelty CO., Kansas City, Mo.
"\ ?.i A RRIAG X 11C1 iE\ 0- CON X] 1> EN TTaIl
.. » MRS. COYNE. Address Box 00, Hi raid
Office. Send stamps lor details. 9-23 141
T~i>ii:.< an 177.1;n : fi '. Fmen wishing to
J j J |i lIKUTV, t'.'idres'. tp.M.il, Ihi- oniec, 8-10 It
pCKGKSS J. REEVE, ARCHITECT, EsTAli
l) llshed fortlte last 10 years in Los Angeles,
Booms 7 awl 8 sec ond floor, Workman block,
Springs!., between second and Third. l-;£ 0 ly
if 7 li. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 188& BROAD-
V, ii'iij, between Fjr.-t and Second. 8-7 ti
MT I;;i il'(iijtan~hteam'd veworks, 241
Kraiikliii st.; fine dying and cleaning.
"PARISIAN DYE WOItKS, 275 SOUTH MAIN
I street; t.est dyeing in the city. 1-13 tf
LOST AND FOUND.
J j the corner of Pico antl Pearl streets, a gray
astrakan cape. Finder will receive reward by
returning the same 10 1337 Figueroa st. 10-8 It
LOS ANGELES HERALD* SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 8. 11.93.
rOR %l i li . \ PROPKRTT.
y 213 West First street.
JjiOß SA LE—
Nice hxlglng-house, Spring st,, 17 rooms,
only 1*750; rent only #40. 2*13
IS acres land Just outside city; fine house,
cost $HOOO, all modern improvements; con
vcnlcut to cars; price $8000; will take other
property for equity. • 292
4 lots in East Los Angeles, only $500. 257
One of the finest homes on Figueroa St., 10
large rooms, all minlern conveniences; this is
very cheap and tine; price $7500. 27(5
11-room good house close in, nicely papered
and painted; fruit, etc; street graded and
sewered; price if 1050; only $250 cash, balunco
to suit. 191
Good 7-room house near 8. P. depot, Just off
Mains!.; price If 1000; otilv $t5O cash, balance
Good honse 7 rooms, bath, etc.: fruit and
flowers; East Los Angeles; price only $000.
3-room house and lot: south; west one block
from street CBr; only IfS5. 151
5-room house near Santa Fe depot, well im
proved, very cheap; price $2000, only $500
cash, balance to suit. 272
Nice 7-room house on Twelfth St., two lots,
all in line condition; price $3250, $500 cash,
balance if iO per month. 208
Nice honse, Angeleno Heights, 5 rooms, good
big lot and >cry nice; only $2000, $350 cash,
balance .$3O per month. 209
Nice house near Ninth and Pearl sts., 7
rooms; lawns, flowers, cement walks, barns,
etc; price $3500. 204
Nice business lot on Broadway, corner, 47S'x
100; only $12,000, casv terms; this is a snap.
Nice furnished house on Olive st., 7 rooms,
bath, all modern conveniences, fine neighbor
hood, lot 70x105, nicely improved; price
$0750, easy terms. 217
A very nice house, 5 rooms, hath, hot and
cold water, lawn, flowers, cement walks; on
electric line, neur Adams st.; line neighbor
hood; some furniture; price 82500, easy pay
ments, and a place timt will suit you. "210
Nice lot near corner l'ico and Figueroa sts,,
50x1.0; cement walks; price $1000. 304
Nice lot near corner Figueroa and Sixteenth
sts.; price Iflsoo. 290
Nice lot near corner Eleventh and Pearl sts,
50x100; only $S5O. 305
Nice cottage on Buena Vista St., near S. P.
depot; only $900.
Nice house, 5 rooms, bath, etc.: close in;
nice lawn, flowers; street graded and sewered,
cement walks, etc.; only $1-'< X), $200 cash,
balance $20 per month, no Interest. ISO
ENTLEit, OBEAR & CO.,
It 213 W. First st.
BY JOHN H. COKE,
4 Bryson Block,
72 feet, South Broadway $22,000
60 feet, South Broadway, with house... 15,000
01 feet, South Broadway, with house... 14,000
50 feet, South Broadway, with house... 9,000
38 feet, South Broadw ay, brick block.. 28,000
50 feet, North Broadway, with house... 15,000
CO feet, North Broadway, corner 30,000
00 feet, North Broadway, 2 houses
JOHN H. OOXE,
4 Brvson .Block.
FORCED SALE—CHOICE PROPERTY AT
your own price. October 17, 1893, the
sheriff will sell, under foreclosure of mortgage,
one of the choicest vecan:. lots left on Adams
(s.w. cor. Adams and Hoovx:r): also lot adjoin
ing same, fronting on Hoov-st; also a line, well
built 9-room li-story cottage, with large
grounds, 100 feet, front on clean side Burling
ton avenue by 185 feet on Ocean View street;
grounds highly improved with liearing fruit
trees ami flowers; magnfiiexint view of moun
tain, plain and i-cean; also a choice building
lot on First street, north side, second lot west
of Burlington avenue. The holder of the
mortgage is a non-resident and wishes prop
erty to go for what it is worth. For further in
formation inquire of ELOURNOY, 128 Broad
FOR SALE—BARGAINS—SOME FOR" CASH
ami some on insl ailments. By JOHN P.
P. PECK, 242, room 9, i. Broadway. 1
#1000-No. 251 N. i'tarl street, house 4
rooms, bath, flowers, etc.
#<mo to#7si>—4 and 5-r 00m houses; well lo
cated and close in.
#350—3-room house on f. Jersey St.
.-,2250 —10-rnom house: 1 Vlosn in.
Also a special bargain for c-a*h, for one week,
at the end of cable road, on E. First st., houso
of 4 rooms and new store in front of ii, a
splendid business location, on lot 45x120, to
ait alley: must be taken at mice, for #i 255.
JOHN P. P. PECK. 242. room V, S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—*>I7OO—LOT IS BONNIE BRAE
tract: clean side of street.
#3500-Kino corner on Grand aye., 101x211,
comprising three large lots.
83600—Corner lot on Eighteenth st., 105]
#3000—Lot 50x150 on Log A n-jeles st.
#2500—Lot on Upper Main si. ; rents fors2s
#7500 —Lot 105x150 on Main st, with three
two-story nouses, which are alwiays rented.
MOO—Lot 00x150 011 Pearl su , between Sec
ond and Third sts.
#ti()o—Lot 50x150 on Santec st.
ERNEST G. TAYLOR,
10-7 7t 214 N. Spring st.
"17011 SALE—CHOICE BUSINESS CORNER,
V #15,i)n>'>; best purchase ?n city lor the
money asked: present tncoutalmg about #lon>i
per annum; if improved wok.'Ul pay 13 to 20
per cent; owner going to Europe; must be
sold. Before investing elsewhe re examine this
properly and convince voursolf of the facis.
JOHN I- PANKOVICH, -J(W West First. 10-8 3t
'(Sor~j7w7^"iLALF CASH — iCATJOM 71 OHSE,
hard linlsh, hot nnd cold water:
gas. baths, sewers, cement walks, lawn, barn:
al! modern conveniences. This is a splendid
piece of ptopcrtv, on Sixteenth st. HENRY
J. .STANLEY, 242 S. Broadway, next City Hall.
k'(lf»|-'" ACE KS AND GOOD BOUSE.
rVrVW barn, 2 chicken houses, 40 stand i f
bees: this is just outside city limits and near
car, and is r. great bargain; cash or easy terms.
HENRY J. STANLEY', 242 3. Broadway, next
City Hail. 10-8 tf
fr-O R~ 87.LE~t760 — INSTALLMENTS; #io T >
cash, #15 per month; nice 5-room cottage,
railroad; call on Fourth st. CLAItK, lis
Soiuli Brooday. 10-8 2t
dfc Pi AA—FOR SALE—NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE
MrvU nn Victoria street: monthly pay
ment* $15. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
Second st. 7-21 tf
OR SALE BY OWNER—MODERN 9-ROOM
house on University electric car line; ele
gant home at a bargain; with or without fur
niture.. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, new Wilson
block. 0-24 tf
IM) R KALE—GO WELL I.liCA'i Ell LOTS ON
1 installment plan. K. P. CULLEN ,t CO.,
237 West First st. 10-1 If
1,1(1 ft "SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR
1 sa','e or rent with K. I. CULLEN & CO.,
Minnuiiota Headquarter ~ 237 West First st
EAJ'TIFIJL nOUSE—I2 ROOMS, ON JEF
fereon street, near Figueroa. CRAWFORD
<fc LOUKHART, 205 South Broadway. 10-1-tf
C~HEAP LOTS AT AIX~PRK'ES IN ~ANY
part of the city. HENRY J. STANLEY, 242
8. Broadway, next City Hail. 10-8 ti
S- EE MEAGHER & JAY FOR BARGAINS IN
real'estate. 101 8. Broadway, Los Angeles.
TtrIGMORE 4 O'BRIEN,
231 West Kirn street
We have Customers to Kent Houses.
Cheep Lots on W. Pico St.
on the Installment Plan.
Money to loan. 9-2(1 II
•poll BALK— WE HAVE ALFALFA AND
X corn ranches from #50 to #200 per acre in
Fine lot on Grand aye., near Second; price
Fine lot, 75x150, near Le Grande depot, very
Six acres of good land and 0-room house, In
side city limits; price if 1(100.
For sale —The lease and furniture of several
lodginit-houses, some partly for real estate.
Wo have very desirable houses and los in
all parts of the city lor sale or exchange.
J. W. FOSTER,
10-8-3t 237 West First St.
1 inOR SALE-BARGAINS.
JT .fsoO—Fine lot on Thirty-second St., near
$1170—Fine lot on Twenty-fifth st., near Main.
#700—Fine lot on Eleventh, near Pearl.
$1000—Fine lot on Ingraham at. Bargain.
#1100— Fine lot on lngmlinm st.
$1300—Fine lot on West Seventh St.
$2000—Fine lot on Hope st., close in.
CRAWFORD .V LOCK H ART,
10-1 tf 205 8. Broadway.
I7IOR SALE—AT BOYLE HJUOHTB, A NE\v]
modern house oi 5 rooms, 011 First street;
Lot 50x135 an First street, one block from
the power house; #rso—worth $1000.
New house of 5 rooms, close to the cable
cars; only $1200. See
F. A. IirTCHINSON,
10-3 tf 213 W. Firot st.
A particularly nice residence and business
corner on South Main street —lr'sxl4B ioet; 3
2-story residences, always rented. Price #9100.
J. S. VAN DORJCN,
9- 20 tf 101 S. Broadway.
#1100—527 Gladys art., 5 rooms; rents
lor 13 per cent Interest.
$1501—225 N. Gritilu aye., 5 rooms; easy
$3000-9-rooin house, Thirtieth st.
E. S. FIELD,
10- S tf 139 So. Broadway.
<»77P;A— AN ELEGANT 10-ROOM HOUSE
I It/v" southwest,close to cable line: loca
tion one of tho best in tlio city; house com
plete in every particular; cold storage room
and cellar; large lot, fine lawn, choice shrub
bery—a decided bargain.
BARNES A BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
171 oir"s.\LE—SNAP—slsoo— HOUSE OF 9
1 rooms, hard finished; bath, hot and cold
water; >'..'blocks from Electric cam,
FOR BALE—Houses from $550 to $20,000 on
easy terms. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 208 W.
First st. 10-7 2t
I-rOK SALE — CHOICE SPRING-STREET
1 property, Improved, close In; renting for
liig interest on price asked. A bargain.
BARNES & BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 YV. Second st.
176R SALE—EAST LOS ANGELES, S. WORK-
J' man st., S-room house; large lot; only
#17011: terms, $150 cash, balance #20 monthly.
TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broadway.
I "■'OR SALE—CALL AT THE NEW OFFICE
1 of CIIAWFORI) .v. LOCK lIART for special
bargaius in real estate, 205 S. Broadway.
170R SA I.E-2-STO RY, 0-ROOM HOUSE,
1 first-class condition, on University electric
car line; for sale by owner. Inquire at rooms
4 and ft, New Wilson block. 8-3 tf
I 701: SALE *i;i6o~EACH 2 5-ROOM COT-
V tages 011 Forrester avenue, near electric
car line; monthly payments. BARNES &
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
ItTor" sale—snap-lot 60x Hi! ON TBI R
' tieth stieet, between Grand avenue and
Main street. CRAWFORD & LOCKHART, 205
S. Broadway. 10-0 7t
I7OR SALE —VACANTS LOTS AND BEAU
" tifullv improved residences at lowest prices.
FI.QI ItNoV, 128 llr.iiidway. l' -S-iit
I r OR NURSERY STOCK;
' mining, city ami country property.
Particular attention paid to patents of all
kinds, choice property in Azusa valley. Cor
\V. M. STOVER,
Real Estate and Mining Exchange,
10-1 tf 227 W. First st.
TMOR~SALE—MINING OUTFIT, CHEAP FOR
1 cash, including new wagon Specially fit
ted out with water casks and other imple
ments. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson
block. 9-24 tf
liOR - SALE—PRIVATE LIBRARY: CI!AM
' ber's Encyclopaedia, Dickens's and Scott's
and many other works. 350 8. Broadw ay.
F~OR~~ SALE—CHEAP— BUGGY, SHAFTS AND
pole; single and double harness; boy's
saddle; girl's saddle. Inquire In rear of 118
N. Broadway. 10-0 3t
T'~H FURNISHED ROOMS —
housekeeping privileges; 401 Turner st.
170 It SALE—VERY ;_ CIIEAP, THOROUGH
" bred registered mastiff pups, at 1047 8.
Main st. 19-4 Ira
17 OR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
I to suit at this Piltfc.
T7«01I KENT—A VERY PLEASANT 8-ROOM
JT 2-story house, near the Temple-street cable
line and only about H minutes'walk from the
court house; rent #20 per month.
NOLAN' A: SMITH,
10-4 tf 228 W. Seconds..
I7IOR RENT 0-IiOOM HOI <X, 320 S. OLIVE
1 st.; just been put in first-class condition;
newly papered, painted, elc. BARNES it
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
T7OR RENT—7-ROOM cTITTAGE; - RArTT;
JT bath, hot and cold water; everything enra
plete. 211 W. Fit h st. 10-S 2t
171 OR RENT — LAiTg E SITTING-ROOM AND
1 bedroom, with gas and use of bathroom;
close in; nice location; suitable for one or two
gentlemen; rate #15 for one and $20 for two
persons; references requited. AddressO. X. S.,
boxBo, Herald office. • D-iOtf
rj O LET-*THKEE SUNNY - UNFU^NISIIED
1 rooms, including bath room and closet, for
housekeeping; suitable for small family. No
children preferred; very pleasantly located.
333 N. Union aye., close to Tciuple-st. car line.
X" "OOMS AND~BOA-111 -FIRST CLASS ROOM
and board with private family, for gentle
man and wife or Iwo gentlemen. Good refer
ence required; at 1142 8. Flower street, Los
Angeles, cal. 10-8 c o d tf
I? OR RENT—EXCELLENT BUNNY~r7SoMs|
I with bay window s, single or en suite, three
blocks from court house; rfnt low ; cheap un
furnished rooms. 525 Band st. 10-4 1 m
rpHREE" NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
_L housekeeping privileges. -10x Turner st.
rpo LET -BKAI-TlVV't, Boons FOR LIGHT
1 housekeeping, or board; private residence.
131 N. Hill st. 10-B-2t
rpo LET^PI.E ASA NT FURNISHED - ROOMS
J at IQl'i Sooth llopn st. 1;t-s Hi
FOB BKNT— MINGKr.IANICOUM.
jTUJIt RENT—#OO AC RES IN KINGS COUl£
1 ty; 820 acres In Riverside county; 48 acres
vineyard tn Sun Bernardino county. J. W.
i tisi eb. w. first st. ui-s-h:
rpIIE ifAsKIERMEVBS ORC II EST R A—
_L First-class music furnished lor halls, pur
ttes, concerts, receptions an<! picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., taught, Ofliee at Fitzgerald's
music tore, corner North Spring and Franklin
TOB ANGELKSCONSERVATORY fip" MI Vie
1j unit Arts, open all the year. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, president V.M.C.A. building,
Broadway and Second street. 8-14-ly
lERSI >NS ON PIANO"* BY COMPETENT
j teacher, at SO cents per lesson. Address
N, 11-1 iS. Flower street, Los Angeles, Cal.
10-8 c o d tf
V. MI SSO'S ORCHESTRA-FIRST-CLASS
,t music furnished for all occasions, office
J. It. BROWN'S MUSIC STORE, ill N. Spring
struct. 10-, tf
IJAN.IOBY MISS M. E ASTHI'KY; 5 AND C
J stringed taught Studio 01; take elevator
by People's Store, Phillips block. 11-12-ly
I>rof." B. ber»*'s"acasemV OF music, in
ili actions in all branches. GGu S. spring st
AWILLH ARTlfz, MUSIC STUDIO, ROOM
• A, Crocker buihling, 212 S, Broadway.
CVONRAD SCIIERER, (, It
' ous and asphalt puving; 227 W. First st
ADAMS, ROUSE A MEEK INS,
207 West second st.
For sale—Best orange land in Asusa valley;
10, 20 or 30-acre tritcts; 2., shares wuter per
aore; in Hathaway tract, 3 miles southwest of
Asusa station; arrangements made to plant iv
best citrus trees, with one year's cere for one
fourth Hie land. Also tlrat-cless orange groves
in the Azusa.
90x150 feet, Carondelet street, west side, be
tween Seventh and Eighth, $810.
00.\150, W. Seventh sL, elegant modem B
room Ik,use, $tr>o,i.
50x12, W. Twenty-eighth St., fine modern
0-room cottage, #2UOO.
54x150, south side E. Sixteenth St., nice o
room cottage, #2100.
10-acro orange grove in Azusa, 7-year budded
Elegant business block in live eastern city
for exchange. 10-8 tf
1,1011 sale-TmTkovebkAvchi l, Ida f*F
I cd to deciduous fruit or grain, iv artesian
belt; 40, 80 or 00 acres near Palmdale, very
cheap; or will exchange for approved city
property, improved or unimproved. Also 8 0
acres for exchange in Pecos county, Texas.
Also 100 acres, with small Improvements, on
South mountain; will take pHi-t trade. Also
1 ', JO or 30 acres, in Irrigating district, 18
miles east, In high cultivation: very choice;
set to peaches, prunes and Iterries; with house,
barn, etc.; will sell very cheap for cash, or ex
change for residence or other property. JOHN
P. P. PECK, 242, room 9, s. Bruadway.
17 or saie-cheTp~la ND.
V 20 acres, Gardena, with house, barn, etc.,
40 acres, Studebaker, house, barn, etc.,
10 acres, Anaheim, in C-year-old soft shell
walnuts, # 75 •.
18 acres, Compton, 10 acres in alfalfa,
40 acres, Anaheim, good beet, alfalfa or wal
nut land, #3000.
G. C. EDWARDS,
It 98'J West First st.
|-<6R PALE-f250,000; ORANGE ORCH-
I ards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruit
orchards, oiive orchards, dairy or farm
ranches, fine city residences, hotels, lodging
houses, groceiy stores, hardware business,
fruit stands, cigar stands, meat markets, sa
loons, bakeries, restaurants, and all kinds ot
mercantile business; prices from $100 to
#26.',000; we neither advertise nor try to sell
anything that will not stand the strictest In
vestigation. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W. Sec
ond st. 10-1 tf
Otjiu'l—FOß SALE, HOMESTEAD RELIN
fIrUiHr quishmcnt of lHj acres, within
mile of station on Southern Pacific railroad, iv
this county; about 00 acres under cultivation:
laud till cleared and first-class small house and
o-'her improvements; price $000 will ex
change for property in the city.
NOLAN & SMITH,
10-1 tf 228 W. Second st.
SNAP— $2500-40 ACRES; 20 ACRES IN
pears, apricots, peaches, blackberries: all
in lull bearing; 15 acres oak timber; 4-roora
house; barn; running water; climate perfect.
■1350 —77 acres in frostlcss belt; half choice
valley land; 5 acres bearing vineyard; water
in 15 feet; tomatoes grown In winter. JOHN
L. PAVKOVICH, 208 W. First st. 10-7 3t
J~ r«OR SALE—A FEW VERY CHOICE Gov
ernment and school land locations for
sale cheap; or would take part pay in other
A few choice lots on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth sts., west of Figueroa: #'tOO to #900.
J. K. MULKEY,
8-22 tf 1140 W. Eighteenth or 213 W. First st.
F" "0¥ SALE—27O~ACRES 10 MILES FROM
city: SO acres In bearing fruit, 80 acres in
barley, balance in pasture: all fenced; good
water by iron pressure pli*es; good barn, small
house; price, if 20,0011; terms, #5,- 00 cash,
#5000 good trade, #10,000 mortgage 3 to 5
v»-ar», 11! S>, per sent. J. S. VAN lIOItUN,
9- 12 tf 101 8. Broadway
I "7OR~bTIE-170 ACRES FINE ORANGE,
? vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vaelte winery at Brookside, near Redlauds;
this is the very choicest land in that neighbor
hood in the market; all or part; price $12,500,
terms casv. For .particulars see A. C. GOI.SII,
147 8. Broadway. 8-30 tf
— 6 ACRES CHOICE LAND
with new house, five rooms, hard finished,
on Figueroa street, IU miles from city limits;
must sell; $1000 cash. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH,
208 W. First st. 10-7 3t
I~7OR SAf.E—4O ACREP OF LAND NEAR
. Claremont; good tree land; 20 acres clear;
also jump-seat buggy and express wagon. Call
or address 1024 E Eighth st. 11
170 RS A LE—A NUM B E R~OF~FR UIT FAR M 9,
. dairy farms and ranches suitable for hog
raising for sale by parties compelled to have
money. FLOURNOY, 128 Broadway. 10-8 3t
FOR SA ACRES NEAR CAHUENGA
Pass, with good water right, $75 per acre;
bargain. TAYLOR a: RICHARD* 102 Broad
way. 10-1 tf
170 R SALE—A NO. 1 ALFALFA LAND WITH
V water, only $100 peracre; nearcitv. TAY
LOR ,t RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 10-1 tf
f*OR~BALE— LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR
1 sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN A CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st
T.IOR SALE—S ACRES CHOICE LAND NEAR
i* the city. J. a VAN DOREN,
10- 4 if 301 W. First st.
ill »lis ►..->> o»- iM'itl'OS I • IssSr
$3.50 to $B.oo—Houses of 2, 3, 4, 5, and fi
rooms, with water, and some with stables; near
#3.50—4 rooms in an apartment house, with
#11.00—8 rooms in on apartment house, with
#lv.OO—lo rooms in an apartment iiouse,
Willi water. • ■
All clothed and papered and comfortable.
JOHN P. P. PECK, room 9, 242 8. Broadway.
Stock groceries, hardware and general mer
chandise, invoices .$lOOO, doing good business;
will take good lot part payment. Price
A fine business opening, position pays #25
per week and besides 10 to 18 per cent interest
on the investment; price $9250; sickness
cause of selling; will take half gootl property
city or country.
ENTLER, OBEAR .1 CO.,
It 213 W. Firt st.
JJARGAINS! BARGAIN'S! BARGAINS!
#125—Fruit store. $ 175—Restaurant.
17»—Cigar Btore. 550—Grot-cry.
BOO—Produce store. 750—Restaurant.
150—Candy store. 2000—Grocery.
500—Restaurant. 210—Lunch parlor.
150—Partner to assist 2000—Coal .ard.
in restaurant. 1000—Candy store.
Apply to B. WHITE, 221 W. First st. .0-7-7 1
, nsr—GOOD OPENING-PARTNER WANT-
J|M.i.l ed to attend cash counter and assist
in dining room in small hut well paying res
taurant ; owner is good cook and wants steady
man interested, instead of hired help. Apply
at 221 W. First st. 10-8 2t
FOR SALE-FINE BEE RANCH AND - 125
stands of bees in double hives: extractor,
tanks, etc., with plenty honey for food during
winter. W ill sell all cheap and take good work
horse in part. Big bargain, call immediately.
E. R. TIIRELKKLD, 115 f. Broadway. 10-5 4t
17<) R~BA LE—TH E "jfERKA ID 8 A LOON AT
A? Santa Monica: doing a gootl business;
stockaod bar-ilxtnrc.i for sale; will rent the
building at reasonable rate. Address or apply
in person to M. W. STEELE, Santa Monica.
rpiTiTi.OS ANGELES DIRECTORY OFFD'K
keeps a complete list of all business for
sale or exchange. Parties desiring to either
buy or soil will consult their best interests by
applying at otllce, ion South Broadway. Kfl
I/olfsA LE—FIRST7j LAISTfofEIT FUKNI•
' ture and grounds, among tbe most desira
hie in Southern < ulifornia; hotel men, cal]
and Investigate. HILL A CO., 123 West Scc
oud st. 8-21 sun-lues A: thurs-tf
dn -Tp/i—DELICACY wiojUt, GOOD COR
© i«)U ncr, doing good business; good
chanoc for increase:. HENRY J. STANLEY,
242 S. Broadway, next City Hall. 10-8 tf
&p7\(\— CASH — FIRST-CLASS CASH BRO
-boOUU eery, doing good bu.-iness; low rent;
this is a snap. HENRY J. STANLEY, 242 S.
Broadvtay, next City Hall 10-8 tf
© J AA— LODGINgThOUKE, 0 ROOMS, ALL
good lumltnre; house full; low rent.
HENRY' f. STANLEY', 242 S. Broadway, next
City Hall. 10-8 tf
OH 4 AA—FRUIT STAND, FIRST-CLASS, GOOD
<jr.-tIHI connection; this is a great bargain.
HENRY J. STANLEY, 242 8. Broadway, next
City Hall. 10-8 tf
FOP. SALE CHEAP—ONE-H A I.F INTEREST
in a good-paying dairy; the other halt can
be rented. Address P. O. box 70S, Ix)S Ange
les 0-19 lm
17t6ir?ALE-I HAVE SEVERAL BARGAINS
1 in lodging houses, close in. CLARK, 118
South Broadway. 10-8 2t
/I'M ,11 P iYING DAIRY BUsTnESS, CLOSE
\T tocity,clcariiig#looa month. BTREETER
it Sii A itl'i.Ess, 110 S. Broadway. 10-1 If
» > •■■v.l • 11.11.
MRS. E. BERGSTEDT,
Ciraudnate of the University of Stockton. 330'
South Spring street . ti-13 sua ilia
FOX KX< IIANUE.
$3000—IP-room house, California style,
clear of encumbrance, to exchange for land
with small house and barn und youd for al
$1000—5 acres with water In tuwn ot North
Cucainonga for small house. 1070
$2500—17 acres good land at Palms for house
on hilts; not eucuinbered over $500. 1081
$'2000-100 acres good clear land iv Kansas
and #1000 for cottage In Los Angeles. 10!)*
$3500—5 acres in bearing oranges, 12 to 15
years old, at Alhumhra, In good condition, for
house Georgia Hell or Washington, or in that
$■.'o,ooo—An elegant house in Pasadena cost
ing #35,000 for good residence in Los Angeles.
$3000 -A good O-room modern house on
Thirtieth st. for small house close in aud some
$'<(100—100 acres in Antelope, all good land,
ior house iv Los Angeles. 1077
$ 0 o—The equity in 40 acres good sandy
loam land, mortgage $400, 11 years at 7 per
cut., for a good lot or cheap lot and horse and
$3800—10 acres in Eagle Rock valley all set
to pearlies, $10,\0>* nursery stock budded,
house tfurnlshed , horses, wagons, harness and
tools, a very fine place, to exchange for a house
$2000—A 5-room honse and bath. 10t45x227.
close in, for 20acrcsor more good for fruit and
bee ranch. 100U
#3000—15 acres, 10 acres in alfalfa, on Wil
mington St., close to Green Meadow school
house: will take half exchange for city prop
erty, some easli and balance loug time 1105
$6000—20-room lodging-house near R P.
depot; wants small pice business property,
will pay #3000 or #4001 difference. 1100
$701—71ots (IW acres) in full-bearing trees
Iv Uurbauk for lot in city. 1110
$ 1000—A No. 1 naval orange orchards, 10
acres 7-ycor-oid hearing trees, for Los Angeles
income property. 277
■MOO—4O »cro3 good alfalfa land for city
iflooo—The equity In 20 acres good land In
the Lankcrshim; house, windmill, tank and
good well, horse, harness, cart and all neces
sary tools; $SOj morgage, 2 years; will ex
cusing s for Los Augeles property clear, 1130
■8000—A beettltfo] H-room house and bath
on-J acres ground, 200 feet facing Pasadena
aye.; a good barn and chicken-house, grounds
are uieelv improved with trees and (lowers;
will takea place worth $2000 an I the balance
secured by mortgage; the Pasadena electric
cars will pass the door. Come in to sue us
about this. 283
I*3ooo— An 18-room lodging-house close In
and newly painted, will rent for #30 per month,
<n exchange ior bank stock or good city prop
$10,001—Nice 10-room house, large lot on
Broadway, half exchange, balance on mort
gage; close in. 100
ENTLER, OP.EAR .'. CO.,
213 W. First st.
17-OR EXCHANGE —A NICE STOCK OFUKO
ceries with a good brick store in a growing
country town; good trade; to exchange for a
small improved ranch.
5 acres on Vermont and Franklin ayes, 5
room cottage, web, windmill and tank, to ex
change for southwest city property.
4 lots and 2 houses well located to exchange;
value #4- 00; want genlß' furnishing and
clothing; will pay from $3JCO to $10,000 cosh
besides J. W. FOSTER,
10-8 3t 237 W. First st.
FOE EXCHANGE — $12,000 — A HOTEL
building on one oi the business streets of
the city, consisting of 08 rooms, on lot 50x150;
building coat #28,000 and lot cost #10,000; all
in good state of repair and can be made to rent
for #200 per month, and ought to sell in less
than 2 years for $30,000. In order to close up
an estate this property will be exchanged on a
basis of $12,000, one-half cash and balance
any good clear property worth the money.
NOLAN & SMITH,
10-4 tf 228 W. Second st.
TTOR EXCHANGE—SIX COWS, REGISTERED
lT Jerseys, three 2-year-old heifers with calf,
Jersey bull, four calves, one horse, pair mares
with'foal, two 1-year-old colls, one sucking;
one Poland-China sow with pigs; large num
ber chickens, ducks and turkeys; farming im
plements; will sell for cash or exchange for
stock of merchandise or goods, or house and
lot, oram other good property. CLARK, 11.-t
South Broadway. 10*8 31
FOJi. - EXI7HANfiE--*A, AERY DESIRABLE
and highly pfodtfMTve fruit and nut farm
of 70 at rea, in the bea-tttifui Ojai valley, near
Nordhoff, Venture countjv ior good unincum
bered lesiilencu property in this city; cash
value, $2V,000. Apj'ty early to
J. ii VAX DOREN,
9- Btf ■ 101 a Broadway.
glOl'X CITY, lOWA.
A #5000 or $0000 residence in filoux City for
good property iv this city,
J. a VAN DOREN,
10- 1 tf 304 W. First st
V,- OR EXCHANGE — NICE LOT ON PICO
■ Heights, close to electric ear line; also
large lot in South Pasadena for live stock,
wagons, harness. Address M. M., care of mail
carrier 0, city. It
I7OR "EXCHANGE — HANDSOME YOUNG
F lemon and orange oreiiarti of 20 acres,
with good buildings, near Redlands, forcity
property or business equity; #4000.
J. S. VAN DOREN,
10-1 tf 301 W. First st.
KDUCATtON A L.
T™ HiPwoODßUß^Y^tjsfN ESS t c if. LEGE II A3
removed to the upper floor oi the Stowell
block, 226 South Spring street. It hus now the
largest and finest business college rooms in the
state, and the largest attendance oi any com
mercial school south of San Francisco. Finu
passengei elevator running direct to tho
school rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec
essary. The public is cordially invited to call
and inspect the college in its new location.
Both day and evening schools in session the
entire summer. Catalogue and College Jour
nal tree. G. A. Hough, President; N. G. Felker,
Vice-President; J YV Hood, Secy. ft-4 ly
L~ OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated!, 144 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able aud mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at office, or write for elegant
catalogue. E. F. BIIRADER, President; F. W.
KEI.SEY, Vice-President; 1. L. INSKEEP, Sec
PARKER - SCHOOL OF EI/ICUTION AND
Dramatic Expression. 452 S. Bsoadway.
C. C. ParkerJ (late instructor in tfie four col
leges at Lexington, Me. >, director. Instruction
of private pupils will begin Monday, October
10th; class pupils, Friday. October 20th, Call
on, or write for announcement circulur.
QCHOOL FOR BOYS AND YOUNG MEN,
o now in session. Brysou block (top floor),
Second and Spring sts. Rooms light and cheer
ful; ventilation perfect. Thorough instruct
ion in all the common English branches.
Special attention to arithmetic, higher mathe
matics und classics. A. B. BROWN, A. M.,
(Vale). 20 Potomac block. 9-8 lm
.•CHOOLOF PHYSICAL TRAINING, STOW
O ell block, 220 S. spring st. Open Oct. IS.
Department of Elocution and Dramatic Ex
pression. For further particulars address
Miss NAOMA ALFREY, 9-30 3m
The'ludlam SCHOOL - WILL REOPEN
Oct. 16th. Applications received at room
75 Po omac Block on Mondays and Tuesdays
fruin 2 to 5; residence, 331) Edgewarc road.
CIABA DE ROSAS, . FROEBEL INSTITUTE,
j Adams, cor. Hoover St., will open all its
departments Tuesday. Oct. 24. For further
particulars apply to MRS. CAROLYN M. N.
A EDEN, SOU W. Adams St. 9-27 tf
AST ill' R V Hi IO It Tl I AND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips' block; send for cata
logue. 10-13 13m
OHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING—BEST
l~ advantages. LONG LEY INSTITUTE, Spring
ami Firsl sis. 3.7 tf
D- It. STEPIIENS—MAIiNK'Tf< r
Medical Electrician, for the euro of all
diseases, olllce hours 9 till 5: correspondence
by mail. 230}* 8. Spring street, Los Angeles,
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CASTINGS OUT DEVILS
TESTIMONY THAT EXORCISM H
REASONS FOR EXISTENCE.
Signs Through Whir" One TV Ho In Ft
■eased Is Recognized—The Contnrata
and Other Strange Formulas Emploj
by the Good Monks.
The possessed woman of Gif is cnr<
How not by the doctors, who were v
able to do anything for her, bnt by t!
theological science of the cure of til
parish and the firmness of Mgr. Gou
bishop of Versailles, which shows tin
exorcism has its reusons for existent
and that "possession" is as real as hy
teria. As a matter of fact, tho churc
has never laid down her arms in tl
presence of the devils.
There aro four principal signs throng
which tho possessed one ia recognise!
1. No known remedy relieves him.
He speaks of incidents and facts beyon
his natural reach and which nobody hi
revealed to hiai. B. Ho foretells event
and speaks bovctol languages unknow
to him befovo Inn affliction. 4. In th
presence of ;i i>:\csi and at sacred con
monies he ( bles,Millers pain, writhe
Tho Catho'.:.: priests, and especial!
tho Dominie:: - havo from away bac
practiced c::c::isni. According to tb
canons, tho ezorcist belongs to one of thfl
minor orderi which precede th* priesw
hood. Iloii. irt l:o humble of heart x!A
his ministry, md if he operates witifj
any thought 8? display he risks for hinof]
self the contagion of the evil spirits thaJ
still remain to bo oast ont. 1
Ordinarily the ceremony takes placfl
in the church in the presence of tba
faithfnl assembled at prayer, particular!
ly at the feasts of the Nativity, pf tht
Resurrection, of the Ascension, of Pen!
tecost, of the) Virgin Mary and of thtj
Apostles. After tbe morning mass, ta
which the possessed one assists, the trxr
orcist puts on the surplice and assists
the priest who puts on the violet colored
cope, the symbol of the pains of purgaj
tory. The patient who has confease4
thon approaches. A stole is passed
around his neck to tio the dottle thaf
have become the masters of his bodyj
Then tho sign of the cross is made upon
him, and ho is sprinkled with holy wafl
ter. In Latin the devil is commendect
to tell his name, to say whether or no'l
he is alone and why he is there. Finallt
he is ordered to depart. The - conjnra
tion in any other language and asp!
cially in Hebrew is useless. Hebrew 1
reserved for satan himself.
The Flagsllum dnmonurn contain
the most complete formula of exorcisn'
consisting of well known prayers mm
gled with the most ancient and strasgeik
appellations of God, such as "Oh, Adf,
nai Terragrammaton" and others, wbic
come in part from Chaldea, from Pha
necia and from Greece, The words af
supposed to possess in themselves a cci
tain power of evocation of celestial vtoi
tues which terrify the infernal logions]
Certain words of Christ, according x\
St. Matthew, are used to drive out erii
If the demon does not retire immel
diately, the exorcist takes a painted im
age representing him and throws it int>
the consecrated fire along with incense
rue and sulphur, with strong mystic
odors, intending to prove by this ac
that he will send the evil spirit bock mb
his natural element—hell. This done
he places upon tbe head of the possesses
one the book, the relics, the crucifix ant
sometimes even the host—the last ont
invincible remedy. According to the
authority of certain demonograp'.is, th«
devil then comes out through the nose
of the patient.
In the ancient monasteries they made
the exorcist carry upon his person cer
tain amulets containing protective
formulas. Sometimes these formulas,
written upon pieces of parchment, were
swallowed. In the process of digestion
the exorcism was accomplished without
In our days exorcism has taken ref
uge in La Trappe. Tho clergy are
somewhat averse to it, while at tbe
same time they do not refuse to admit
it. The man who breaks the spells is
very old. But the devils cast out by
the good monks are reduced to tha tor
menting of animals. Pigs are their
favorites. Then the old spell smasher
whips them with beads and sprinkles
them* with holy water, and tho pigs re
cover and become happy, because the
devils go away.
Mr. J. K. Huysmans has been able to
speak de visu of the power of demons
and the efficacity of exorcisms. More
over, the eminent writer was well ac
quainted with one of the most learned
demonographers of his time, the Abbe
Boullan, who ran through hell in his'
bare feet, holding the host in his bands.
Either at tho church of Sane tot or the>
church of Senneville, I received this cu
rious document from M. Gilbert Angus
tin Thierry, the author of "Une Ameen
Peino." Tho cure of Petites-Dalles in-cur
ing the possessed says a special mass
called the "red mass," or "mass of the
martyrs." Red flowers are placed upon
the altar, and the priest wears a red
stole. The church is draped in purple.
But, stranger still, a few years ago the
wife of the editor of a leading Cathohc
journal in Paris, being troubled by evil
spirits, witnessed the death of the Do
minican priest who was endeavoring to I
exorcise her, and who was unable to
guard himself against the forces with |
which ho waa contesnding.—Paris Figaro.
The Perfect Foot.
The Greek statuary, much of it dated
centuries before Obrist, seems to prove
that the Greeks bad foet much like those I
of modern Americana. The most beauti
ful of the Greek feet are hollowed out
well both inside and out. They hare '
short heels, high insteps and long,
straight toes, rlightly spatulate at the
ends. That ia the typo of the moat
beautiful modern foot. It is, on tbe
whole, a foot not frequently seen in its
perfection, for cJ:tn one or the other
element of bean!;' ia wawtinaj — Saa
Lidies take Awrontur* Bitters generally wl»Ml
th'v tiul 1 >>v »pi lied. It biiiut-ns them up
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