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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER
7?Y(ii : lIAVKAnT PROPKIITY Poll SALE,
1 to lease ior eaachatige, t will guarantee to get
you customers quicker than any real eslate
healer in Los Angelea, I'm h bustler and not
here ior mv heulib. Scud me your list. It
won't cosCyou anything to do ao. Best of ref
erences. IV. L. p' Box 005, Los Angeles post
office. 10-2" "
VTOTICIf THE LOS ANOKI.ES CITY WATER
A> company will strictly enforce Ihe follow
ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between
0 and 8 f retook a.m. and 0 and 8 o'clock p.m.
lor a violation of the above regulation the
water wi 11 be shut off and a line ol Be will be
charged before the water w ill be turned On
rpHF EsyVFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
L 1.0a'.l and Trust company are enclosed in a
nre-pro'fl anil burglar-Drool vault, with time
locks, :md brilliantly lighted by electricity;
alcoves attached for ihe private examination
of valuables, witb writing materials; a young
lady in,attendance. B-ltj
MESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief for
pninfl il and irregular menses from whatever
causes. For sale hy FREEMAN A CARPER,
102 N. Spring st. Price, #2 per box. 5-9 ly
IP Vol" WANT~TO~ CET~A~iiTotID <T P OF
cc/.'ee witii your meals go to the Park
Bake rv and Restaurant, 820 w. Fifth at, near
Broadway. 12-10 If
BIT, "TREE CARRIAGE AND WA"ION
works; all kinds of painting and repair
ing. 128 sau Pedro st., between First and Sec
ond sts., Los Angeles. 7-0 tl
TJWR HOUSES TO RENT CALL ON
J* BARNES A BARNES,
10-l if 227 W. Second st. |
"*/. V. SI.OrEH, HOESE MOVER. OFFICE,
1\ . 12 Center place. 1-15 1 i
"IJERBONAL—COFFEE, FREBB ROASTED ON
\ our Giant roaster; .lava and Mocha, 800
Ret lb.: mountain coffee, 25c: 10 lbs. corn
/xn'til, 15c; 6 lbs. rolled wheat or oats, 25e;
fiermea, 2oc; rolled rye, IOc; gran, sugar, 20
lbs. ior $1; 13 lbs. beaiis. 25c: 3 cans apricots,
25c; 3 cans roast beef, 25c; 3 pkts mincemeat,
25c; 8 lbs. raisins, 25e; glass marmalade, sc;
ext. beef, 25c: can coaioli, SOc; 3 lbs lard,3oc;
pork, 13Wo; picnic hams lOWc; wood pails,
20c: brooms, 300. ECONOMIC STORES, 305
b. Spring st.
TIERS) 1N A FT- A N~l Tono r a ble, EDUCATED
J and r. lined gentleman desires toeorrespond
with a wealthy and eonipanlonable lady who
is worthy and capable of true affection and
Constancy. Object, honorable marriage;
widow eligible. Address in strict confidence,
C. 11. COLEMAN, box 772, San Bernardino,
Cal. 18-16 3t
I>ERSONAL— RALPH BROS — GOLD BAB
flour. 81 .AO; city flour, 70c; granulated
sugar, 20 lbs $1 ; hrown sugar, 22 Ibsjßtj 0 lbs
lolled oats, 25c; sardines, ,i boxes 25c: table
1, nil, 8 cans 50c: Lion coffee, 20c lb; eastern
oil, 80c: gasoline. SOc; 2-lb can coined beef,
15c; lard, 10 lbs, 90c; 5 lbs, 15c. 001 S. Spring
St., corner Sixth. \
I > Ell si IN VI~ MRS. PARKEIL CI.AIRVoY-
I ant. consultation on bu.-iuess, love, mtir
riagc, disease, mineral locations, life reading
etc. Take l iiiverslty c l . etrie cars to Forrester
aye. HIM Hoover st. ; go west on Forrester aye.
3 blocks to Vine si., second house on Vine
west of Vermont aye. 8-30 tf
VfARRIED LADIES' "SAFEGUARD; PAT
-IVI ented: no medicine: no equal; money
refunded if not satisfactory. Send lo cents to
LADIES' NOVELT V CO., Kansas City, Mo.
MATRI MONI A I. Ill' RE A FT) R
details. Address P. O. Box 134. MRS.
COYNE. 12-10 71
IT = !
r I*\ . NCI AL.
TIT A N I ED
1 borrowed on the lstb day of Novem
ber, 1890, on 103 acres'of land ad
joining the city on the north $ 5,000
Since that time I born..veil on same 000
And have paid Interest since then 1,060
And taxes 200
Total | 7,860
And have raised on it 10,000 blue gum
trees for fuel, that arc worth 18,000
Grand total ....$23,3110
It is worth 880,030 Now 1 want to borrow
on it sjisnoo. j , „r three parcels of 83000
each, for 2 vtuirs, and will pay big Interest,
Address .1. u\ POTTS, 1058 Temple st. Resi
dence 816 Waterloo si. 12-2 tf
]) A CIFIC LOAN COMPA NY,
T onus money In any amounts on nil
kimls of collateral securities, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merohan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and
steel safes, and professional libra
ries, without removal; and on fur
niture in lodging, boarding houses
Biol hotels, H ithotit removal, partial
payments received. Money quick.
Business conndentlaL Private of
fice for ladies.
W, K. DEGROOT, Manager,
1- SO-ly Booms 2, ait 4, 114 s. Spring st.
nPO LOAM -$9000 To £25,000, ON CITY
1 or country property: low rates interest and
no delay. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH; Boom 15,
fell W. Tirst. 12-9 ti
MOXEY~to"I.OAS ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins live stock,
Carriages, bloycles and nil kinds of personal
and collateral security. i ke BROS.,
2- 18 ly 402 s. Spring at.
I JI.'IV \TE PARTIES LOANING FROM SMALL
1 to large loans on gilt-edged property, or
desirous of a No. 1 Investment address boxSOii,
Lea Atigelef. 11-iS aat sun 81
VtTANTEIJ f6~BORROW FObTa CLIENT,
vv ■8000 on first-class security, witli ample
ability lo niiet Interest WESLEY CLARK,
12, W . Third -'. I I-QQ tj
A l to KYB,
TAY E. HUNTER, Al TOHNEY-A l-I.\w'
tl Bryson-Bonehrake block. Telephone 528.
Practices in all tbe courts, stale nnd federal.
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* GOODRICH, LAWYER, DEARBORN
street, Chicago, 111., 20years'experience;
secrecy; special lacillties in several states.
Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states,
in press. lil-tf |
HUKSACKEK, GOODRICH & McCUTCHEN,
lawyers, rooms IDS and KI4 Phillips
block, corner Spring and Franklin streets.
Telephone 1120. 7-i; 11
JOHNSTONE M »NF>, ATTORNEV-AT-I. \W.
No. ii Lew building, l_'."> Temple street
ncHicourt house, .el. Ins, Los Angeles CaL
|j ,T. ADCOCKi ATTORNEY; SPECIAL.AT-
Iy. i en t ion given to the settlement of eg ates,
115 West Flint in. 1-0 tf
TT|v M. POLL\RdT AT I' I'iN'EY-AT-LAW,
room II .'.lieu block, Temple ami Spring
l .reels. | -J-l I n
I os ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
I j and Arts: open all the veer. Mils. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, President, j V. M. t. A. build
ing, Itroadwa,;.' alld .-c. oild StS. S-14 ly
\*~ W1 1.1.11 A UTITZ,"'.! CHIC "STUDIO, ROOM
•A, CroOaer building, l'-IS. Broadway.
Co -r It All lUlls,
LO Nil AD V< 11E U1: H, c 1 1! A NIT E, I'M'UM IN
BUS and aspliau paving*, -37 w. First st.
lIKI.P WANI KD-MAI.S.
" employment or any Information, address
K. NITTINOKK'H HI'KKAU; cKtablished 1880.
Ofllee, mo l , s. spring it-, residence 4. r »i 8.
Hope st., corner lifth, Lo» Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone lis, s-iti tf
PETTY, HI'MMELA CO., EMPLOYMENT
I agents, 131-13 d W. First St., Telephone
,*"O9, under Ihe Los Angeles National bank.
Ilclpo! all kinds carefully selected and fur
nished. Situations of all lands furnished.
n? ANTED A FEW ACTIVE MEN WITH
" good reference; permanent and proflte
bleemploymentto riglit parties. CALIFOR
NIA MtlTl'Al. INVESTMENT CO., 121 W.
Third si., Los Angeles. 12 L"> tf
fIITY OFFICIAL PRICE iX
V' bOT bureau, !140 New High st. Telephone
llBS; for cooks, waiters, household help, nie
clianicstinit laborera, w, A. WHITE, manager.
lIX Ll* WASTH) PBWAtiBj.
W7 ANTED TO GIVE A GOOD GIRL A
ii home »or small wages; three iv family;
light housekeeping; Address p. o. bos sd,
Downey, cal. 12 10 2t
TE7 A NTED—A WET NtJitSE FOR BABY 0
vs montnsold. Apply nt .11 E. Sixteenth
street. ' I a 1 -t
\ CENTS MAKE sjO A MAY 11 P.v ATE.-T
kitchen utenstl ever Invented. Retails for
SB cents; 2 to v sold in cverv house. Sample
postage paid, ,"i cents. FORSHE A McMAKIN,
Cincinnati, o. I 1 ;:-wdg '-:■ t
TETANTED—RESECTABLE YOI NO M\N
»' wants place to work for hoard iv or near
city. Address E. P., box 30, this office 11-lt>2i
EE7ANTED—POSITION BY A BTKADY MAN,
vl well educated; can work with horses. Ad
■ K. V. I., 117 W. First si. 12-Hi tf
WA «TKI>—ItKAI, i ■■ ' v l ; .
\\~ A N TED TIIKMIIST iM:7Tpn\\m]K FltriT
n ranch ior a home thai BilOOOcan buy;
give location, yearly revenue, nearness to sta
tion and all particulars. Owner on v will ad
dress .i. FILLMORE, room 18, central Music
hall, Chicago, ll], 12-lli-sat-sun-tu-wed 41
a\ t TnTei7-list yoi'r piuirkirry for
tl sale with me. l have buyers and an In
want of lots, houses, acreage ami businesses in
all parts. HENRY J. STANLEY, 213 R Broad
way, next city hall. 12-5 tf
VET ANTED—A COTTAGE OF 4on ROOMS,
»* close in, furnished or unfurnished. Ad
dress 11, box 10. Hii- .>Hic.-. 1 i ." it
VET ANTED- A SUITE OF 8 FURNIBHED,
fl centrally located rooms suitable for
light house-keeping. Address M. M., ihis of
licc. I ■- in i
WANTKIJ— MISCKLL ANFOUS.
YVANTED-A PARTNER WITH 80000 TO
M invest |n ■ paying project, tn Which there
are no chances of loss hihl profits la:ge. Party
desiring lo deal must furnish evidence of good
character. Address i>, Herald office, 0*23 tf
VI7 ANTED —PEOPLE WITH —MEANS - TO
ft plant In a desirable location fruit trees;
' when bearing will deed half the land, Ad
j dress box 200, Loa Angeles. 11-18 sat sun 81
WANTED— SOME ONE THAT HAS tf275 to
make us an offer on a rooming house,
I close in, of 15 rooms. STOVES 4 OLIVER,
I 124 l j s. Spring St., room 1. 12-loti
\\- A NTED AT ONCE-ALL KINDS OF SEC
r> ond-hand furniture for spot cash; iugh
! est prices paid. LEWIS & ALDERBON, 313 S.
' Main st. Tel. 1108. 12-11 lm
!IV A NTED—HOUSE" 111 LIGHT
11 w agon or buggy as payment on lotsouth
! west: balance 3 years; price $325. Apply 32(1
! VV. First st. 12-18 2t
\\*ANTED-MAN WITH si.Tuki fTi frit-
M chase half interest in a desirable inven
tion; fortune in it. Address E, Herald office.
LOST AM) FOUND.
108T OrTsTitAYED FROM STABLE SUN
a day bight—Bay pony; weight about sno
pounds; branded M on shoulder; unshod.
Liberal reward for return to 811 Sail Julian st.
T7IOUND—SAM, THE CHAMPION HORSE
r clipper. Tally-Ho sifti.ies, 109 N. Broadway.
1 KIITJCA I lON At,.
W'OODBfRY BIGNESS Coi.IdCGE, 223™* ;
;II Springs!, the oldest, largest and Ihie-t i
equipped commercial school in Southern fall- j
i fomia; a thorough course in the commercial 1
I branches and banking; a superior and sue- i
] ccssful shorthand and typewriting department
. nnd a practical English course; new college
rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec- I
trie elevator lor pupils' use: new furniture and I
appliances; open all tho year: pnptll received
at any time; Illustrated catalogue and full in-
I formation free. G. A. HOUGH, president;
N. G. FELKER. vice-president. S-t lv
LOSI OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
j AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
'Incorporated), 144 South Main street.
Largest nnd best equipped business training
school on the const. Thorough and practical
courses In tbe commercial, shorthand, type-
Wrl tup, telegraphy, assaying ami nil English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty oi
Instructors. Day nnd evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at offlie. or write for elegant
catalogue. E. F. SHRADER, President; F. W.
X ELSE V, Vice-President; I L. INSKEEP, Sec
retary. H-10 l y
/ USA DE ROSAS, FROFBEI. INSTITUTE,
V..' Adams St., cor. Hoover St., will open all its
departments Tuesday, Oct. ye. For furiher
particulars apply to MRS. CAROLYN M N.
ALDEN, 80(1 W. Adams st 0-27 tf
VJ i I 1001. Fi 717~P If\slc A I. TP, MM n7,~AND
*~ Elocution, Stowell block, V 26 S. Spring st.
Separate classes for misses, matrons and chil
dren now forming for January. Apply lo
Miss ALFREY. 8-30 Urn
Jos ANGELES SCHOOL OF ART AND DE
a sign, chamber of commerce building.
Branches, Pomona College and Euclid avenue,
Pasadena. 10-20 8m
VND AND TYPEW'KI rIN",-!IE.-T
0 advantages. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, spring
and l ir-t s's. s.y ; j
FOR KEN I— HOUSES.
T OWN IB HODSES, FURNISHKD^ANdTjN
-1 furnished, for rent; also 400 building lot.s
for sale on Installments and acreage ior sub
division on easy terms. MATTIBON, ill 1 South
Hill st. 12-12 tf
I-OR RE NT-9. It OO M~l lOI'SE, 320 & OLIVE
1 st,; jusl been put iv first-class condition:
newly papered, painted, etc. BARNES ,v
BARNES, 237 W. Second st. lo- tf
I Mill REN T -ASIX-ROOM COTTAGE, FULLY
1 furnished. 1 g. i'l I ygj 1.: !."> 2;
IJOOMS AND BOARD \ GENTLEMAN AND
I*l wife or two gentlemen can find nice rooms,
excellent table nnd at rice, with a refilled
American lady, no children, with all the com
forts of a refined home; terms for two, $50 per
month; half block from cable cars. Address
A. li. C, llns office. 12-12-. I
» LADY FROM THE EAST, NO - ENiTM-
I\ brance, has a tine home, lawn and stir- j
rounding*,carriage house and stab c. Would 1
like an elite gentleman, gentlemari nno wife,
or single gent.emen to take rooms and board
for company, Address, PARAOiS home,
Herald offioe. 12-10 71
1" -OR - RE N'T-A PLEASANT ROOM WITH
board In private family for gentleman and
wife; nice looatlon nnd best table the market
can afford. Address N. '/.., Herald. II 11 tt
I7IOR RENT—TWO SUITS OF NICELY FUR
-1 nished rooms with use of piano it desired.
Also single rooms; central location, 826 South
Broadway ; private family. 13-13 tf
I.V6S RENT SICE FURNI; HED ROOM, 832
I.os Augcle, atreet. i j- i lm.
FOR k v nt— nunc*it vnioi w.
17I0R RENT—ALFALFA RANCHES, STOCK
ranches, orange ranches, ranches of all
descriptions a specialty. List your ranches for
sale or rent with K. ('. CULLEN A: CO., Min
nesota Headquarters,3B7 W. First st. I 0 29tl
l/o 11 RENT LARGE WAREROOMH, TWO
I Doors, I.ir storage. WHEEL:;;; A IIEIL,
110 l 1.. Flrsl st reel. 22-10 7l
O 1 IS IB
|ss-j Established -ie 12.
DR. L. V«. WEi.ES, CORNER SPRING AND
Flrsl sts., Wilson block; take elevator,
cold crown nnd bri ' ye work 11 specialty; teeth
extracted without paiu. Room 1. m-4 tf
DR. s. TOLHURST. DENTIST. I(W~nT
spring st., rooms 2, 3 und 7. Painless ex
traction. 6-20 if
IMtA N X si EYENS,"324' a SO FT II '.SPRING ST.
1 Open Sunday and evening by electric light.
DR. PARK ER, DENTIST, N. E COR. FIRST
ami ,-ptitig -1 ~ 1 ">',, W I'il.-t st. O- !) [f
ARC ill WCIS.
BURGESS J, REEVE. ARCIIiTECT.^ESTAB. '
lislicd tor tbe last 10 years in Los Angeles. 1
NO, 127 West Second St. 1-26 ly
CI H BROWN, ARCHITECT, 183 8. BROAD-
It way, between First and second. 8-7 tf
LOS ANGELES HERALDg SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER IK. \\m
I y^jj*. B . .* ■ i, -'^~ > p i t y
| "J^ EAL ESTATE SNAPS.
PERUSE THIS LIST OF BARGAINS.
THEY CAN'T BE BEAT.
ARE Yor LOOKING FOR A HOME OP AN
OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE MONEY?
THEN READ THIS LIST CAREFULLY.
THERE IS BIG MONEY IN EVERY ITEM
I-OR SALE—AT SANTA MONICA, "THE
I Long Branch of the Pacific," a neat, new
modern cottage ami lot 50x130: also several
good lots upon which houses will be built to
0 -.-.A- FOR SALE-LOT ON SOUTH RRENT
JSaaH/ si., near Temple; street graded; lot
I Id, block lit, L. A. Improvement Co.'s stibdi
| vision; this is a rare bargain.
I-OR EXCHANGE-A SMALL HOUSE AND
i 1 lot In l.arkin, Kearney county,Kan., which
cost $1200; will trade for la>s Angeles prop
erty or good ranch property worth $2500 or
$j(KH>; w ill pay cash difference.
1-OR EXCHANGE -SO ACRES UNIMPROVED
in Kearney county, Kansas, aboivt two
miles from lla'rtland; will trade for Loa An
j geles county property.
i:OR SALE THIS IS REALLY A BIG SNAP.
1 House ol four rooms, lot 50x140, street
graded, near electric ears. First-class locality.
Price, $1500; $UOO cash, balance in two years.
IJ«OH SALE—ON MAIN STREET, NEAR
X 1 Fifth street, building nnd lot; s.ire of lot
70x105. Two-story brick building, 70x70 four
stores on ground door, '20 large rooms, all
rented lo good tenants. This is a splendid in
IJIOB SALE OR EXCHANGE—A TWO-STORY
house of seven rooms on I'atton street be
tween renple ami BeUsVue avenue: lot BOx
i v); sill modern improvements; burglar alarm;
|ra and electric bells; elevation »50 feet above
Main at I line view; near cable line.
I /oi: BALE—ON HILL ST., NEAR EbJItTH
st., house and lot 00x105; house of 11
rooms and bath; rooms all pajiered ; liotAnd
i "hi water, electric bells, etc. Everything of
the latest improvements: an elegant home;
IHin SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOB.AN
-1 gelea county property, 10 acres at East
Klveralde; good land and water; also,, barn
nnd small house.
FOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE FOR I.OS AN
geles county property, house uud lot on
the corner oi Third and G streets, Sau Bernar
dino; size of k>t 50x380; house, hajxl finished,
of live rooms, pantries and cellar; Rood barn
lor two horses, hay and wagon: got*! artesian
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE--UNIXCUM
bered Sail Lake city, Utah, /property for
Los Angeles county property.
I -OP. SALE—TWE.n'Y ACRES OF LAND,
located near Downey; ttlejUy improved:
about . 0 acres in oranges and deciduous fruit;
good house, barn, windmill, arid tank, alfalfa,
eucalyptus grove; this is a beautiful place tor
a perfect country borne.
17108 SALE—IOO ACRES FOOTHILL I.AND
at East Riverside or will a:xchange for Los
Angeles county property.
TT-OR BALE—TWO NEW SIX-ROOM COT-
Jt 1 tages, baths and closets, on E. 38th st., ioo
feet from Main street: cement sidewalk; size
of lols, 50x125; will si ll at 8/2000 each.
1708 SALE— 17 1 2 ACRES NORTH OF THE
P Pjilnis. on .lose de Aiuaz tract, a bouse of
live rooms. 2aS iruit treei, 300 gum trees, 3000
vines; half cash, balance in two or tbree years
at B percent; price $4250; this is an excellent
I-OK BALE OR EXCH ANGE —25 ACRES
.T line orange and lemon iand, with water,
on Colton Terrace, near colton. San Bernar
dino county; will dispose of at the low- ligure
of $5500; sec me about this at once.
IJIOB EX. HANOE—FIVst ACh.JS IN PERRIS
I one-fourth of a mile from the town; will
trade for a lot in Los Angeles; live acres is
worth at least $300.
IT 1 OR BALE—THIS BHOTjLD BE SNAPPED AT
1 right away; it is thte best thing I have at
present: 20 acres of raaicb property at Sun
Jacinto, all in fruit trees, live years old; about
equal parts oi apricots, peaches, pears and
p ones: worth at least $'.!bo per acre; will take
$18011 laken Immediately; w ill exchange for
good Kansas or Nebraska] iand.
F'oß SALE OR EXCHANGE—2B6 ACRES OF
land miles east of Riverside; IHO
plow-land, rest pasture: good improvements;
will exchange for a good general farm or slock
ranch near the coast.
t DURESS "P. L. 1V.," BOX 50, HERALD
/\ office, and I wilN-ol! aud sue you. I'm too
busy to have an ofllee. Time all laken up
"rustling" in selling and exchanging property
from Alaska to Florida and Maine to Oaliforniu.
pest of reference, if not satisfactory don't
deal With inc. 11-27 tf
FOR SALE—AT YOUR OWN PRICE, Im
proved city property, No. 820 West Ter.th
streei, 200 feet from " Pearl, on clean side. J
i! mse nearly new, cost $2350 to build; sis aof
lot 10x1 IU: house contains 7 rooms and bi.tb; 1
can l.c seen at any time as owner lives in tbe
houae ami desires to sell as his business galls
bim elsewhere. This house has all modern
improvements; cement walks, lawn, some
dowers and shrubs, und must be sold by Jan
uary 1, 1891. Turtles desiring to purchfts<? can
malic their own price for tbis property, stating
terms in 11 sealed envelope aud addressing 8.,
box l'Jo2, station C, and tbe best offer vrriugel
the place Title guaranteed, cash prelerred.
I -oR SALE—KI2SO; A VERY FINK NEW
I 5-room residence, with bath, closet a, etc.,
front and back porches, loomed in southwest
part of the city, near Adams street, at .d only
two I,locks from the University electric line;
price only $1250; thia la the cheapest house
ever offered for sale In the city, NOLAN A
SMITH, 22S West Second. 12-15 If
F-h dl SA I .K^sfi'2loo; ON T W BNT f'-FIFT 11
I streei, only a few feet from street car line,
the handsomest new B*room residence In the
city, this place will compare iavorsuly with
anv.+3ooo residence in the market,, andean
be bought ior $2100. NOLAN & SMITH, 228
VV. Second. 12-13 if
I 'on HALE-$10,000; A NEXV~"~ 10-ROOM
I residence, with all modern conveniences,
on lot !)-txl24, in the Harper trici-i, iv south- I
wesl pail of tbe city, near Adams :»treet; price i
1)1]0,000, on easy terms. NOLAN A: SMITH,
228 West Second 12-lfj tf
O.iiv/i/i 1 1(1 FEET CORNEB o,N ELECTRIC |
line, adjoining Harper, tract I
$12i "i 18 feet Bonnie lirae, near Wcstlake. [
!ri7oo -150x150, good barn, olose to Harper
tract. E. 8. FIELD or JAMES GRANT. 189 8,
Broadway. 12-13 tf
IjTOR SALE THIS IS REALLY A BIG SNA P.
House of four rooms, lot 50x 140, street
graded, near electric cars: first-class locality.
Price, ¥1500; $000 cash, balance in two
\ears Address, BARGAIN, box 80, Herald
office. 11 3 If
fIU-j l)fft- FOR SALE-NICE 5-ROOM P.EBl
•)'' deuce, 011 large lot, in southwest
pur! oi the city; only ' 3 block from the Uni
versity electric line; price, $1350; $830 caah,
balance $16 pet month. NOLAN & SMITH,
228 W. Second. 12-15 41
t "OR SA THE FINEST - IbROOM,
I 2-story residence on Gtuikl avenue, with
lot 50x180, grounds well improved. In.use
m*w, ami an elegunt home; price only 67000k
.oi easy terms. NOLAN ,<s SMITH, 2'2S Wesl
Second, 12-15 tf
I "or SALE- $3600; NICK, 7-ROOM, MOD
" ern-bulll residence, on lot 80x160, nicely
improved, located near Ninth sttcet, a little
wc-t of Pearl. priceonlvs2lb'o, tor a few days.
noi.an A SMITH, 328 west Second. 13-15 tl
WO/'IHI GREAT BARGAIN 9-ROOM
house, lawn and trees; close to two
cat lines, south. E. 8. FIELD or JAMES
GRANT, 131> S. Broadway. 12-13 tf
N£ 1 K/V-FOE BAI.K-NICF. RESIDENCE LOT
qp rOU near the electrio power-house; price,
only $150. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 XV. second.
JV»tSA LE NEAR XX KSTI.AKEPARK, FINK
1' ly located bits, $850. to $8.,0 each. EDWIN
BM nil, 1 i 5 s. Broadway. 11-22 lm
HOUSES FOR SALE ON BUILDING AND
loan plan. A. BARdXIW, 227 W. Second,
office hours 12 to 2. 11-22 tf
I IST YOUR PROI'ERTyToR SALE OK EX
j change with CHAS. VICTOR HALL, Stim
son block. 11-28 tf
SOOOO -100x140 feet on Hill st
$2100 li-room house near Wcstlake park.
$■000- 5-room house and 2 lols on Bryant
aye., near Hoover.
$1500 Nice 3-acrf home at Burbank.
$4000— 100 acres fmil land near Ocean.
$1350-1) acres garden land on Alameda.
$.1000—40 acres alfalfa land near Nor walk.
, $1800—9-acre orchard in Burbank.
irGso.t ii-scre orchard near e'ty.
$7OOO—IO-acro alialfa ranch net r city
100 to 40110-aere alfalfa, gnu., and fruit
ranches; abundance of water, $10 to $JO per
acre. Government land located.
( 11-30-cod lm 18!) N. spring st.
r~jpOß SALE $000; FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY,
a nice residence lo! in southwest part of
the city, near the coiner ol Adams ami Horn er,
only one-half block from University electric
line"; price only $0.0. NOLAN A SMITH. 228
, W. second. 12-15 tf
brXOR SALE—$278; LOT IN THE (JRMBTON
1 tract, southwest part of ihe Oily, about 2
blocks from the Universltv eb'Ctric line, near
• Twenty-third st.; price only $275. NOLAN A
SMITH', 228 W. Second. 12-15 tf
F-OR SALE $2000: ON TiIiTINSTALLMENT
plan, a modern-built ti-room residence,
With lot 50x160; price BgOOO-fSOO cash, bal
ance $25 per month. NOLAN A .SMI TH, 2 S
W. Second. . 12-15 if
jnORSALK $900: THE REST LOT IN THE
1 Ktneald tract on west aide ol Trenton st..
near the comer of IVarl and Pico; price only
$000. NOLAN .V SMITH, 22S W. Second.
IJ-OR SALE $TtlOO; THE FINEST LOT IN
r Bonnie Brae trai l, on Bonnie Jlrae st., for
$HiOj; this price only holds good for a few
days. NOLAN A SMITH, 2.8 XV. Second.
IJAOR SALE—SI2SO; I<l ACRES IN SOUTH
" west part of the city, mar tbe University
and close to the electric line; price onlys 250.
nolan a smith, 228 xv. Second. 13-16 tf
I>OK S.\l,E-s49(B>; 7 ACRES, NEARLY AD
JT joining the city on the south, near Main
st; place highly improved; price $4900. no-
LAN A SM IT 11, JJs W . secoml. 12-15 It
FUK SALK —COlt N THY fBtU'KrITV.
J-tOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Thirty acres of land, half mile from
Orange, Orange county; 20 acres in bear
ing Muscat vines; S acres in citrusand
deciduous fruits and nuts; 1' 3 acres in
alfalfa; a good bard-iinisbed house of 8
rooms, Wall and lully furnished! large well
built barn, windmill, well and lank house,
all outbuildings. Land all water slocked :
plenty of limber for fuel; water piped 011
the land and to till Ihe buildings. XX'ilh
the place go two horses, wagons, harness,
one cow, hay, all farming tools, rate., etc.
1 will offer this property for the low price
Of $8000; one-hall Cash, balance to suit;
or will exchange for I.os Angeles income
house and lot or a ood business chance.
May exchange for good Missouri or Flor
ida land. No encumbrance oil place.
Some one will get a big bargain. The
personal property to go is, with water
stock paid up, worth easy $2000. Ad
dress W. I„ PRICE, I'osloffice box 808, I
Los Angeles, Calif. 12-15 Ii
I "IOR 8 ALE—SHOO, 10 ACRES GOOD CORN
* or alfalfa land, about 12 miles from Hie
city; all fenced, good barn, 4-room house, good
! water right; an excellent smalt slock ranch;
price only $1400, on easy terms; owner non
resident and must sell;' Ibis place iswortb
three times the price asked. NOLAN ,t
SMITH, 228 xv. Becond.
FOR SALE -$11000; 30 ACRES, ALL IN
Very fine 6-year-old navel oranges, in bear
ing; fine soil and good water right : two miles
from good town: price only *i;o ■*■; this is one
of tbe best, anil by all odds the cheapest
orange orchard ever offered for sale in
Southern California. NOLAN st SMITH, 228
17IOR BALE—92BOO; 10 ACRES OF VERY
; fine land at Gardenn, about 10 miles south
of thecity; good li-room bouse, barn, chicken
corrals, etc., good water right; place nearly all
in strawberries and other iruils; large income;
price $2800. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 XV. Scc
. I "OR SAI.E-$.">000; AT ALTADENA, 10
JT acres, all in old, bearing fruit trees; price
$5000. NOLAN i SMITH, 228 XV. Socoud.
I.MI 1! BALE—SBOO; 20 ACRES GOOD AL-
X" falfa bind iienrSanla Ana; price for a few
' days, only $800. NOLAN Jc SMITH, XV.
' IMJK SALE—$lO,OOO| 20-ACRE ORANGE
! V and prune orchard, 111 full bearing. W illi v
1 guaranteed yearly income of 800 O; price
1 $16,000, hall cash. NOLAN d; SMITH, 2.8 W.
j Becond. 12-15 tf
I7IOR SALE—$lOOO—3 ACRES, HOUSE AND
X 1 burn; $400 cash, balance on long time
1 $1500—5 acres, house and barn; rfiioO cash,
balance on long time.
$1000—5 acres; $300 cash, balance long
i time. All oi the above is supplied with an
abundance of water, and for soil, climate and
location cannot be excelled by any place in
, Southern California, only six miles from tbe
j court house Apply on the premises to M RS.
WHITEHoUSE, second house east of Verdugo
postoffice. 12-10 tf
V^bTt - VEGETABLELAND,
Deciduous fruit land,
Lemon and orange land,
$150 per acre with water.
E. B. CUBBMAN, agent.
Alamitos Land Company,
12-5 ti 301 XX est First street.
jjlOR SALE—AT GLENDALE—S A' RI.S sr.T
V to fruits, as follows: '.2S Eureka lemons,
25 oranges, 100 apricots, 80 peaches, 25 as
sorted; new cottage of -I rooms: 110 more de
sirable locality in tbe county; owner wants to
sell and will give easy terms and low price
CRAWFORD A LOCKIIART, 205 8. Broadway.
12-il-thuri a snn if
1-iOR SALE—I7O ACRES FINE ORANGE
vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vache winery at Brookside, near Redlands;
this is tbe very choicest land in that neighbor
hood in the market; all or part; price, $12,100;
terms easy. For particulars see A. C. GOLsII,
147 8. Broadway. 8-30 tf
I 'OR SA LE-$ r 3000; 10 ACRES NAVEL OK-
V anges, in full beuring, and as line us any
in Southern California; good water right and
everything first-class; only one-quarter mile
from depot; this Is tin* greatest bargain ever
offered; price only $3000. Nolan a smith,
228 W. Second. 12-15 If
J'OR SALE—PURCHASERS DKMltoi'S OF
1 locating in Ban Gabriel Valley 0:1 I.os An
geles Electric car line, south Pasadena, Pasa
dena, Glendora, ciaremont, Han Fernando,
r Ontario, Alhambra or Hesperla, address box
: 300, Los Angelea, 11-18 sat sun Ot
' W'HUHI FOR BALE— ACRES IN PABA
*iT«""HI dena; unimproved, but a beautiful
. residence site; no nicer place in the market
t torsuburban home; price, only $.000. No
f LAN A SMITH, 128 XV. Second. 13-15 It
. OEE F. I. MEAGHER FOR BARGAINS IN
Iks real estate. 105 N. liroadway, I.os Angeles.
POM SALK-LIX B STOCK
l^oit^^ALE—Vine pair scotch pomes
1 with carriage and harness; also a few line
driving and delivery horses. See COBB, at O.
K. Stable, 248 S. Main street. 12-tt-tf
I7RESH JERSEY COWS FOR SAL E 6 R Tlt AI > E
V for fat cows at 1121 Mitchell Place, Brook
lyn Heights, opposite Prospect Park, until
December 21st. 12-iii 5t
KOl. 8 1. vi-cfi, .xtotis
I cash, including new wagon specially litted
out with watercasks and other implements.
Inquire at rooms 4 ami 5, New Wilson block.
FOR SALE-OLD PAPERS I N'"~QU A N'T FT lEB
10 suit at this off!ce.
ItXt l i.SIONB,
[li^JfS'i'f Jjft, (\M DAY S WED MY IXK INfi
HmjlbißhH v / s al) ift , xi'iirsions to Kllll-
York ami Boston. Leave I.os Angeles 'every
WednesdaY, personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston ; family tourist sleepers lo
Kansas city and Chicago daily. Low rHtcs ami
quickest time. Office, 123 N. Spring si. 7lm
I I JHILLIP8 1 EXCURSION PERSONALLY CON
1 ducted via Rio Grande Western, Denver
f anil Rio Grande ami Rock Island route, leaves
I I.os \ ngeles every Tuesday, crossing theßierra
Nevadas and passlngentire RloGruude scenery
j by daylight. Office 138 S. Spring street. 12-9tf
uTdsO N A CO.'S EX CURBION 8~ EAST
every Monday via Rio Grande route;
through tourist sleepers to Chicago und Bos
ton, personally managed. Office, 212 B. Spring
st., Los Angeles.
a m k< »co
"IfIBS C. STAFFER, CHIROPODIST AND
J.VI masseuse, 211 W. First st., ova Nadeau,
HDBINKBB OPPOKTIJNII IKB.
r?'MM) _I R " n ' t:ANDIES-
•150 Candies and notions.
$275 Notion siore.
$275 Fruits, cigars and candies.
$400 Butcher shop.
$1500 Grocery store.
$2000 Grocery store,
$1 100 Groceries and fruHi.
S4OO Faclory: paying.
$400 Fruit s|„re.
$000 Fruits and nubv
$1000 Cigars and drinks.
$*i(K> - Fruits, candles and cigars.
Call ami see us. XYe can furnish you with
everything you want. Call ami see us.
STOVER A OLIVER,
12-li tf 142',j Bomb Spring, Room 1.
I .'OR BALE—
1 ' LODGING HOUSES.
15 Rooms, $350.
5 Rooms, $27A.
5 Rooms, $550.
IO Rooms, $500.
26 Rooms, $1800.
3!) Rooms, $3000.
10 Rooms, $550.
17 Rooms, $1600.
30 Rooms, $3500.
40 Rooms, ss:iniul.
28 Rooms, .flCOl).
All of this list w ill bear close investigation.
We have many others. Call and examine.
BTOVER A OLIVER,
12-0 tf 12|i., Bouth Spring, Room 1.
1^0 X EXCHANGE
$1000-Hotel and 10 rooms (orCity property.
$2200-26 rooms; city properly.
$1600- 36 rooms; pays well.
These are good. BTOVER A OLIVER,
12-10 If 121 i, s. spring. Room 1.
FOR EXCHANGE A FINK HOME OF 30
hi res tor good farm land in Florida, Ala
bama or any where in the east that will bear
Investigation, stover a oliver, 134U
South Spring. 12-3 tf
IjXOR BALE—AT A BARGAIN—A NICE MEAT
1? store; building and fixtures, horse and
wagon; ground rent only $10 per month. A
fine commission business nnd one of the best
chances in the city, stover a OLIVER, L34W
South spring street. 12-12 tf
17IOH SALE AT A BARGAIN A SALOON. A
nice location ; paying well. This must tie
sold by the Ist; good reasons for selling. Call
this day on BTOVER & OLIVER, 131W South
Spring, room 1. 12-12 tf
\\- 1. HAVE TWO HOUSES IN FINE LO
vv cations to sell at bargains on the install
ment plan; easy terms cull tbis day on
STOVER A OLIVER,
12-5 tf 124 1 ;. South Spring st., room I.
0* I -II ALE INTEREST IN A PAYING
qplt/U restaurant; good location, paying
well. 'This is a bargain if sold tbis day.
STOVER A OLIVER,
12-5 tf 124! 3 South Spring sL, room 1.
RESTAURANT. IN FINE LOCA-
Ift lion. Look at ibis today if you want
a bargain. BTOVER A OLIVER,
12-5 tf 124., South Spring st., room 1.
FOR BALE-rBOBO—THE NEATEST AND
best paving delicacy store in tbe city. call
this day on BTOVER'A OLIVER, 124'j 8.
.Spring st. 12-10 tf
HAVE HOUSES. LOTS, LANDS, MINES,
Tl iruit trees ami anything you want, and
tire well acquainted with the country; give us
a cull ami we will treat you white. BTOVER
A OLIVER. 124' 3 S. Spring. 12-li tf
I "OR SALE—SSOOO: ONE OF THE BEST.
1 paying and best-located drug stores in tbe
city: stuck about 05000; owner obliged logo
east to attend to other business (he only reason
for selling. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 XV. Second.
ITIOR SALE-$4000; ON EASY TERMS, THE
very best-located and 1 esl-paying 40-room
lanillv hotel iv the city; bcsl ot reason for sell
ing. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 XV. Second.
I'OR SALE — $1800; THE BEST-PAYING
. coal, wood and iced business in thecity;
established about 10 years, and has always a
good, pei'iiinnent trade; clears the year round
about SS2OO per inonlh above expenses: price
about $1800, NOLAN A SM 1 I'll, 228 XV. Bec
lIVORI IVOR BALE—S2SOO: GROCERY AND PRO
' dnee business, on Spring St., doing a cash
business of about $4000 per month; slock ami
fixtures will invoice about $2500. NOLAN A
SMITH, 228 W. Second.
I-on. SALE $-liiii; A WELL-ESTABLISHED
1 restaurant, and paving a nice net profit on
the Investment; price $100. Nolan A SMITH,
228 \V. second.
I'OR SALE—AT 800. ON THE DOLLAR—A
L firSt-ClasS stock of boots nnd shoes, with
lease of store, on Spring st,, very cent rally lo
cated, and a well-established trade: owner
obliged to retire from the business on account
of failing health; slock will Invoice about
$.1500. NOLAN ASM ITII, 228 XV. Second.
J 'OKBALE-$100; COMMISSION BUSINESS.
1 clearing at present $luO per month, and
can easily be Increased to live times tho
amount; best locution and cheapest in the
city: price onlys4oo. NOLAN A SMITH, 228
1-OK SALE $4000; GROCERY BUSINESS,
well established, and \cry centrally located
und clearing from $800 lo $500 per mouth
above sxpenses; stock about $4000. NOLAN
A SMITH, 228 XX . Second.
I -OR SALE — $350; AN ESTABLISHED
1 Creamery and produce business on spring
St., paying well: this is a business tbat can be
Increased almost indefinitely; price $350. No
lan A smith, 228 xv. Second,
I -OR SALE $350: A VERY CENTRALLY
located and well-established fruit stand,
clearing about $100 tier month ; rent only $15;
price $300; tbis is 11 snap. NOLAN A SMITH,
228 XV. Second.
I-OR SALE—SISOO; A WELL-ESTABLISHED
X job printing business in this city, doing a
very large and profitable business; price
$1500. NOLAN A SMI TH, 228 W, Second.
I -OR BALE—8)400; IN TEREST IN AN ES
' tabllshed real estate business; price $400.
NOLAN A SMI TH, 228 XV. Second.
fTXOR SALE—S6OO; STATIONERY AND NO-
J? tion business, on good corner in this city;
rent of store and 3 living rooms, $16 per
month; stock w ill invoice about $600. NOLAN
A SM ITH, 228 XV. Second. 12-15 t f
B. WHITE, 221 XV. First slreei.
$125 to $50,000— Any kind of a business or
properly you want.
$125 1 igar store; bargui 11 today.
$175—Branch bakery, notions, etc.
$200—Fruit store clearing $- daily.
$350—Restaurant, receipts $25 dally.
$150—Cigar store witb club room.
MSB— Cigar store, pays $80 monthly.
$550—Corner candy and fruit store.
$200 —Poultry, fruit und commission busi
$850—Delicacy store; bargain today.
$550—Delicacy store doing big business,
$500—Restaurant, receipts $40daily.
B. White's office is 221 XV. First street.
$3500 -First-class snloon.
$1000— Well stocked eoul yard.
$1250— Partner in good hotel.
$3500—Milk route, pays $250.
Easy terms and to exchange.
Apply 11. WHITE, 221 XV. Firstst
$250 cash, balance c sy terms, will buy 10
$450 cash wiil buy I 1 rooms.
■375—9 magnificently furnished rooms.
$25 -5100,115. $tloO 25 rooms.
8000 cash, balance payments,27 rooms.
$700 -22 ;ooms, positive bargain,
$ 800- 45 room.-, exceptional chance.
B- White tins properties of every description.
Houses uud lots on payments. Cheap lots, all
parts of the city. Farming lands in all parts
oi thecounty und state.
10-rooni lodging bouse to exchange for lot.
A good lot ut sau Francisco, free from Incum
brance, to exchange for lot here; price $500.
Attention! Attention! Attention!
LODGING HOUSE KEEPERS.
On account oi serious sickness, I offer this
doyoneof the meat complete and best paying
lodging bouses in the city: is actu
ally selling regardless of cost; iswortb $1700,
but lam authorized to sell this bouse at $1000,
for two days only; only parties meaning
strictly business need apply. ForfUll particu
lars of any of tbe above properties, see
12-12 tf Office 221 XV. Firstst.
T ODGING HOUSE FOR KALE OF 24 ROOMS,
JLi Within Stj Mocks ,o! the city hall; house
elegantly furnished throughout, with all mod
ern improvements; new furniture; best loca
tion in the city; two years' lease; low rent:
will sell reasonable; ull of the rooms are rent
ed; good reason for selling. 'This is an excel
lent buy. Address XX. U P., Postoffice Box
365, city 12-6 tf
I "on BALE—GROCERIES BAKERIES, RES
-1 teurants, hotels, butcher shops, cigar, sta
lonery, notion stores, lodging Hiid boarding
houses; many others from $100 to $3000. IN
FORMATION BUREAU, 319)4 South Spring
st., Edward Nlttlnger, manager. li-S 2m
IJIOR SALE -CORNER GROCERY OF LONG
X I standing in thickly settled neighborhood,
close in to,\ 11: good reasons given for selling; a
bargain. Address L., box 30, this office.
MISS KATE LAMPMAN, KNOWN AS BT AR
llght, the celebrated trance, test and bus
iness medium; sittings dally; lM'/% S. Spring
street. 12-16 2t
ITiOR EXCHANGE #10,000; AN BLEU ANT
JT new 10-room residence in southwest part
of the city, near Adams, on lot no foci frontage;
well improved; cash price of properly,
If 10,000; will lake pari In improved ranch,
and balance cash or long lime; ibis is one of
the most elegant homes In tho City. NOLAN
A SMITH, 228 W. second.
rJIOB EXCHANGE $125: A VERY HIGHLY
improved ranch about 12 miles from the
city, consisting of about .00 acres; about 100
acres In lemons, peaches, pears, apples and
walnuts; caah price, 8120 per acre; win trade
for good city properly. NOLAN A SMITH, ii.B
ifiOß EXCHANGE BSOO0; nick 7-ROOM
resilience; good barn; lot hlgblv im
proved; located on Ohio streei about i block
from the electric line; price, B-000; Incline
brance $1500; will trade conitv forvHcant lols
or small piece of land. NOLAN A SMITH, '228
L-OR EXCHANGE — $8000; 20 ACREB
r near orange; all In old, beating trees,
bringing large income; good house, barn and
other improvements; good soil and water
right; Hue location: price, $8000; will ex
change lot- city property. Nolan a BMITH,
198 w. Becond.
|j»OK EXCHANGE 810,000; r 0 ACRES AT
F Kttwanda; l. r > acres in raisin grapes in full
bearing, balance navel oranges, with very
large Crop now OB the trees; good bain anil
other buildings; price, $10,000; will trade for
city property. NOLAN A SMITH, 238 W.
IjMJR EXCHANGE—SB6OO; lo acres on
Figueroa st.; very biglilv improved, and
valued at $0500; w ill lake good city property
in exchange. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W.
IVOR EXCHANGE -$5500: lo ACRES VERY
JT choice laud on Main St., n tittle south ot
thecity; 5-room house,bam, well, windmill
and tank; some fruit trees, etc.; price, $5500;
will trade for good bouse and lot in Ihe oity.
NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second,
null EXCHANGE $8000: A VERY FINK
A 8-room residence; all modern: on lot BOx
150; located on Pearl st., near Eleventh;
price, 98000; 82800 Incumbrance; will trade
equity for an improved (.bice ol a few acres
close lo the city. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W.
17108 EXCHANGE—S ACRES ON W. WASH -
ingtou st.; very highly Improved; Just
outside tbe city 11 mils ;at cash valuation, lor
good bouse and lot in southwest part 01 Ihe
city. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 VV. Second.
ttqenn—for exchange-2', acres in
southwest part of tbe city, ncarthe
univeraity; all in choice varietieso2 bearing
fruit; good 9-room house, well, windmill and
lank: valued al $.4500; will exchange for good
bouse and lot closer In, or will sell for '.. cash
and balance easy terms. NOLAN A SMITH,
228 VV. Second. ' 1215 It
given thai lite interest coupons on the
bonds of Ihe MOUNT LOWE RAILW AY, issued
by tbe Pasadena and Mount Wilson railway
company, maturing January 1, 189-1, will be
paid ou and after thai dale on presentation of
Ihe ptoper coupon at theotteeof Ihe Los An
geles Safe Deposit and Trust company, Stimson
block, corner Third and Spring streets, I.os An
N. B.—-To holders ot these bonds lor those
who hereafter purchase any aino int of Ihe
lituil issue'now being sold to investors for com
pleting the last section of the railway), who
may be desirous of having their interest cou
pons paid in the east, arrangem nts will be
made to enable them to do so in any oi the
principal cities, by giving timely notice at the
company's otllee, Grand opera bouse block,
Paaadena, cal. T. s. c. LOWS,
12-Ui lm President.
MRS. llpr.!. 11.' SMITH, "SPECIALTY, Mll >
wifery. Ladies oared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 11II). li-ou '
DR. STEPHENS, MAGNETIC "~HEALER,
obesity and all diseases of eit her sex, es
pecially those peculiar to ladies; hours, il to 5.
398)1 ■>> Spnngsi., Los Angeles. 12-8 1f
"I- BLVKESLKK, M. 1)., EYE AND EAR.
lj, Late oi Illinois Eye ami Ear Infirmary
and Chicago opthalmic College. Ollice. 21.' 2
S. Broadway. 9-2 tf
MRS. DR. WELLS—i OFFICE IN HER~IHtICK
block, 127 E Third st. Specialty, diseases
CKCl'lilTY ABSTRACT CO.-229 WESI SEC
iJ" end st., Los Angeles, Cal. Honest work,
honest prices. 12-5 tf
\ BSTRATI'TnD TITLE INSIKANOF. COM~-
J\ Deny of Loe Angelea, northwest corner of
Franklin and New High st-. in -1 7 'i
DtHll* AM> PINISHMHS.
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 241
Franklin St.; tine dyeing and Cleaning.
PA RISIA N DYE WOR X S, 275 SO I TII MAIN
St.; best dyeing ill Hie city. 113 I i
PATWNTg, COPYH HiHTS, KTC.
HAZARD Si TOWNSEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY
block. Tel. 317, Los Aiig.-les. U-'.-11l
REFLECTION AND PRESAGE.
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You can trip'utp truth with tbe deftest fall.
Your wit i 3 as bright as your "Tenet is true—
And how does that sentence read to you?
You have seen my sool In the clearest light.
And would not read its riddle aright.
Tho heart you uhink of. the mind you see.
Are but your trappings transferred to me.
You bird of ocean, o'er the tossing wave
Tou Hit proy soaking—l am not your prey;
Though I can ne'er forget the gift you gave.
Until all time dltiolves in Ihe last day.
Pause in your fligiht. Look on this wretch o.'
Who fearless fears your presage. Is It well
Tour brilliant wings should bring. » <■'
To one whose tows Rr..T r.opes you ne'er crl
Wing on your flight, work out your destined
Work to tbe that waits you nt the end,
And when your wings Blall burn with heaven's
Think not of me—you cannot make or mend.
Watching your flight, I 6till shall wait in won
To scfl you dauntless in the lightning's blaze,
And while I hear and tremble at the thunder
May know yon restful after restleea days.
—W. H. Pollock in Longman's Magazine.
Kleotrlc l.l|:'n and Colom.
Storekeepers know that the electric
light is almost as good fcr matching
colors as daylight, but they generally
use the arc light. The light given by
an incandescent lump is often little
less yellow than a gas flume, and this
leads some people into error. A daily
paper complains that yellow and pink
cannot be distinguished by electric
light; that heliotrope assumes a pinky
hue, and that many delicate gradations
of shade are quite lost under the light
of the modern illuminant. Pale blue
also loses some of its glory, but green
is vastly improved. Bright crimson
looks well if antistically and effectively
toned down, aud some shades of prim
rose are especially beautiful. Wrinkles,
it is said, aro mercilessly shown up,
and the completion that is not of na
ture's making becomes fiat and ghastly
in the truthful light. For this reason
the electric light is not popular with
many people, but the knowing hostess
secures all its beautiful effects and
makes everlasting friends of her lady
guests by covering every lamp with a
shade of yellow re'lk. —Chicago Record.
One reason for the fact that the general
health of the community la growing better
every year Ib tbat more people take jegulnr ex
erci c. Exercise, however, hai ita ditli-Miltles.
If indulged In a little too loug, or so vl lently
aa to make one liable to take cold, it re.ulm iv
stiffness and soreness of the etu'clea and ioints.
ALi.cocit'B Porous Piasters are Invaluable
in sut-h cases, i laced on the baok, Ihe cbest,
on the limbs, the* afford Instant relief and
leave the m iscliß free from all soreneaa Some
athletes cut them Into atrlpa and apply them
to parts of tbe limbs where they couid BOt put
a whole Plaster Hnd And that they are a great
re'ief and a-als a nee.
BIIANDRETH'B PILLI CUTO COnatlpatlOD.
Dr. 11. H. DlrTenhaoher, Dentist.
No. 119K 8. Spring atreet; rooms i and 5.
Horse blankets and lap robes, Foy'a old re
liable SHc.rilerv hinils. 81 ft N. Loa Anveles.
A SAILOR BOY'S FORTUNE.
From fi*trgary In fatllfornlu to rt Snuj Col**
petencc In Huglaml. , k . it*
Thomas Stono, kfk 18-yoar-old Bhjjfilsl
sailor, who haa been living « hand V*'
month cxistenco in Oakluivi ior sevor:U
months, hns fallen hoir to tho estate of
his father, valued at over €«:3,»0d. -5
It was nn curly hour on v stormy
morning last March when a bedraggled
nnd wornout young man applied nt to
homo of Michael 'Rigney. 215 Seventh
Btm-t, for a men I. Ho told a straight
forward story about deserting his ship
in the liny tho dsiy before nnd said lie
hud slept under the Eighth street briilus"
nil night. Mr. Rigney took compassion
on tho desolate Bailor und supplied him
with food and warm clothing. A*s
Htono proved willing to work nnd there,
was a good deal of labor tt) bo perform
ed about tho place, Mr. Rigney permit'
te<l him to remain, and since then be
hns nindo thu Rigney home his h Rgj i
quarters. i. i
During his leisuro honrs Stono Hp; nt
Mt time instructing a young sen of the-
Rigneys in the trade of bunt building.
In a lot adjoimr.g the house he estab*
lished a miniature shipyard, with orh
dle, blocks nnd ways, and there he built
it full size steam launch, which lnckjj
nothing but nn engine to make it com
plete. Tho tale tho stranger told wae
about ns follows: Five yeara ago he wis
n schoolboy in England nnd bad B pen
chant for reading tales of adventiiro.
His rending made him so long for travel
that ho ran awny nnd went, to sea. j
When ho came borne, hia father took,
him to Liverpool nnd bound him ovsr!
to a sen captain for a voyage to and
from Australia. Ho was signed for t\yo
years, but long before tho voj-ngo bad
been finish ed tho boy's drams had beer,
dispelled, nnd he hud dohenniued to do
sert. When tbe vessel reached San,
Francisco on the homeward voyatre, he
accordingly pit ashore and staid tin s>.
He was penniless, henco his application
for charity at the home of tbe Rigneya,
During the voyatre from England lo
Australia tho sailor's father died, leav
ing bint a fortune of more thun £!>3,..
000. Rut the news to this effect cume
only very recently.
Younjr Stone wrote from Oakland-Jo
his father several times, lmt received
no response, s,i when Walter rieawell,
an Oakland cofltmctor, loft for v visit
to England a few montha ago, he was
commissioned by tbe young man to hujit
up his father and see why ho failed to
respond to the communications address
ed to him. Mr. Sea Well found that tl#>|
elder Stone was dead anil notified thu
eon of this fact and of the further f:iot|
that he was no longer poor. The news
has since been confirmed by tho British
consul of Ban BVanclßCoi who advanced
young Stono the n v. :,.iary ooiu to en
able him to return to I is I'.iglish homo.
—Sun Francisco Examiner. 4
They Save* Will.
AWOTXianStood at the turner of Bakfj
and Twelfth streets and waved her nan
asol for thu car to stop.
The driver nodded his head. (; 'J
She waved a parasol In one hand ano)
n shopping bag in tho other. «]
The driver nodded and pointed una!
stopped the cai on the Other side of the
Sho came limping over tho pavement
with napping even and Unshed face,
and as she put her foot on tho lowed
step sho exclaimed:
"Are you all blind and deaf on this,
The conduct,ir rang two bells and
made no answer, and when she had taken
a seat inside a passenger asked:
"Why didn't you explain that sho was
on th(< wrong side of the street for the
car coming down?"
"My dear man, it would have been
breath thrown away," ho replied.
"That woman lives uround here and
has been riding on '.bis lino for mn
years. I'vo explained and explained,
nnd si > bas every other conductor, bnt
what good hn:t it done? Not one woman
in 20 will ever get it through her heuil
that a oar can't Stop in the center of a
crossing nnd block a Btreet, ami so yy*
must put up with her 'sass and look
for our relief beyond tho stars,"—De
troit Free Pr< ea.
Curious rtorlcs 111 Mr.shontlland. «
A characteristic feature of M.ishona
land, the kopje, is frequently mention
ed in the dispatches reporting tho en
gagements with the Matabele. Some
description of theso cartons elevations
is given in n letter to Professor Geikib,
from Mr. J. B. Don. formerly one of
his pupils. A uniform granite forma
tion is, he Sfiys, by fur the most promi
nent geological peculiarity ot Mashona
land and indeed of most of the interior
of South Africa. Sometimes it rises
into mountains, but usually tho gem r; 1
level is only broken by low kopjes, and
In those parts where tho bed rock and 1
surface are flattest the kopjes present
tho most singular appearance. Tho
whole country seems dotted with huge
curbstones, and in whichever direction
you look they gradually close in tin)
view, as tho trunks of trees would in
a forest. Somo of these curbstones are
300 feet or more high, sheer all round,
and apparently of smaller diameter
than height. Sometimes the origireU
mass has been so broken up as to fonh
tho most marvelous steoplelike struc
tures springing out of the rich foliage
thut grows in all the crevices. Native
huts aro built on theso kopjes in alrnqst
inaccessible positions.—London News.
Klevntors In New York. t ■ *
New York contains 7,!i00 elevator-all
present, including those in private
houjes and others whe-o tho traffleAia
comparatively small. If you assume,
however, morely to dazzle tho fancy,
that 5,000 of these are in busy build
ings, then you find that "ao elevatore
of New York could carry up aisl do>-n
per day 5,000 times 10,000 pi /pie, or
not far from the entire population of
the United States. Again, by n ber|u
tifill law of .averages, you find that 20
miles is a !V.ir daily run for a Kovt
York elevator —Boston Globe, fir-*
Mll-aa* Nervn and 1.1t.t nils ,
Act on a new principle—regulating the liver,
stomach aud bowsli through the nerves, A new,
discovers*. Dr. Mites' pills apeotllly iv c hi'
lou.uess, bad tastes, torpid liver, icics. I'onli
pation. Unequ ded fur mn. wonv hail I etul
oren. Smallest, mildest, sure.-' PUty dusea
2ft cents. Samples free. C. .1. Hunce, 177
Nortb spring. 4