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LOS A NO KI.ES, CAttEORNtA.
Publislied by THE HERAW) Publishing Co.^
Per week « * 20
Per month 80
BY MAIL, (including postage):
Daily Herald, one year 8 00
Daily Herald, six months 4 27,
Daily Herald, three months, I 90
Daily Herald, one month 80
Weekly Herald, one year — 1 00
Enteie.i at tho postoffice at Los Angeles as
the papers of all delinquent mail subscribers
to the Daily Herald will be promptly discon
tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to
subscribers by mail unless the same have been
paid for in advance.
JEWis A ALDERst'N.
j :U£ south Main St.
"Great frost!'' lusa see! We are cutting
prices worse ihan eve.tr. New 2 pcs bedroom
sets cut to #S..'iO: new '-hairs, 45c; cane seats,
«sc; tine high b<ck chairs. 85c; extra good
linen warp matting, IP*: new oil stoves .">Oc.
Don't be 'dragged around" into some other
store, but be sure you Slid LEWIS i ALDER
SON, 312 S. Main st. tf
T A FIESTA DE LOS ANGELES—IN ORDER
Xj to insure all possibile conve.liience 10 the
visitors to La l icsia de Los Angeles, a Bureau
oi Public Comfort has been organized, and all
hotels, rooming house* or citizens wishing to
rent rooms during the celebration can register
at La fisata headquarttrs. No. 137 South Main
street, staling location, uumbcr of rooms to
be ren'ed and price for same. This informa
tion will be embodied in a pamidilet, under
the seal of the Merchants' Association, and
distributed throughout the city, and on ail in
coming'rains. A small charge will be made
for registration io cover expenses oi the
Bureau, All reg.Ktratiou subject 10 the com
PUBLIC COMFORT COMMI TTEE.
MAX STBYBKBG. H. P. ANDERSON,
1 Director-General Chairman.
cjpray" y77ur~grounds — contracts
taken ior sprayinir grounds and satisfaction
guaranteed that there will be no injury to the
fruit, foliage or bloom. Watson, Xi win it'o.
will take contracts to spray orange aud all
other kinds of trees, roses, shrubs, viues,
plants, etc.. with their justly celebrated in
secticide compound, and they guarantee the
destru. tiou of a", kinds of seal,., aphis aud
other insects that iniest your grounds: we have
experienced workmen. Cor farther informa
tion call on or address WATBON, BR WIN it
CO., i t Denhams' Seed Store, 245 S. Main St.,
Los Angele-. 1
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WAI ER
Company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: The hours tor sprinkling are bj
twecn li and 8 o'clock a. m„ and i> and 8
0 clock p. m. For a violation of the above
r> gulatinu the water will be shut off and a tine
ot #2 will be charged beiore the water will be
turned on again.
I WILL PAY #"i 0 REWARP FOR INFORmT
tion that will lead to the return of Willie
and Charlie Grlesbacb, aged respectively 13
and 14 years, who left tne homeoi tbeir grand
parents, F. Nimmer, Verdugo, California, about
November 29, 189-1. C. J. NIMMER, College
and Buena Vista sts , Los Angeles. 4-10
rpHE SAFE DEPOSI 1 BOXES OF 'Til E STATE
1. Less and Trust Compauy a»e enclosed in
a rire-proot and burglar-proof vault wi h time
locks and brilliantly lighted with eiectricity ;
a coves attached ior tbe private examination
01 valuables will vvntiug materials, a young
lady in attendance.
VOH SALE- I HE NEW HOME SEWING.M A~
r chine Company offers for Hie next 30 days
the following bargains: Whites, standards.
Automatics. Singers, Domestics. Davis, House
holds, etc., from #12 to $10. 011 payments of
Cl per week. 340 s. Spring st. Branch, 89 E,
t olorado. Pasadena. 4-4
V'OR SALE—THE "NILEB TRACT"; LOTS
in this beantlfnl tract are now for saie at
prices ranging irom $900 upwards; these lots
are sold only to parties who will build good
houses. PoLNDEXTER .11 WADBWORTH, 305
W. second st.
MF-SMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate telief
for painful and irregular menses —trom w hut
ever cause For sale bjr OEO, H. FREEMAN &
CO.. 102 N. Soring st. Price. $2 a box.
1 ADIES, YOUR~OIir HA'I B~ MADE NEW.
lj cleaned, dyed, reshaped, latest style. 50c,
61 RAW WORKS, 454 S. Spring»t, bet.-lthAjtli.
CiT E R—CHEAPER TH A? X VER: FINE ST
tub creamery. Ise a lb.; rolls, 20c;
squares, 25c. HrRZoG, 442 Spring. 4-14
MACHINERY, DIEs7~AND TOOLS MADE
and repaired. J. YON SERKEY, 210 S.
Los Angeles st. Tel. 933.
liASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING FROM #«
up. THE LEADER, 329 S. spring st 4-2
"\~~f7sloper, house mover.""offTceT
, \ , 12 Center place.
1} EN C H SHOW ES TBI ES~C LOSE _ A PRIL~7,
> ei27 S. Main st. 7
T,->Xl'I RSION.- To THE EAST- THE FA-
J , vorue, Dersonally conducted excursions
of tbe Santa Fe route leave Los Angeles every
Thursday morning at 7 o'clock; Pullman up
hols ereil ears run v I'houl eliauge 1 os Ange es
to Chicago, Kansas CHy. Minneapolis and >t.
Paul wiib annex cur to" Boston; the great point
to remember is tliat you save at least one 1 nil
da> s travel by taking the fast tram of the
Santa Fe route: attentive conductors accom
pany the parties: through berths reserved and
more detailed iniormatio , obtained at the
company office. 1-9 X. Spring st. l.os An
geles, or through any agent of Hie Southern
1 al not nia Rail* ay.
IJUBLINGTON ROUTE EX < Fits lON 8, FE B-
J socally [conducted, leave Los sngeles
ever. tVedtiesday via southern Pacitic. Denver
aud Rio Grand and Burlington route for Chi
cago. New York, Boston and ottter eastern
points; upholstered tourist cars with all con
veniences. See any southern Pacific agent or
write 10 T. H. DCZAN, 222 S. Spring st, Los
Il'DbON'S POPUI A R EX('UITsToN~
ff Every Monday over toe Rio Grande West
ern and Denver and Rio Grande railways;
scenic route; personally conducted; newly up
holstered cars through to Chicago, New York
and Boston. Finest equipment, best service,
quick time. Office, 212 B, Spring st.
I>HILLIRS!.- PERSONALLY CONDI 1 TED
excursions via the Rio Crande and Rock
Island routes: leave Los Angeles every 'lues
day: cross the sierra Nevada-, and pass the en
tire Rio Grande scenery by daylight. Office,
13-i Spring at
TJALMIBTRY—THE celebrated elro-
J peau oceultscientist, Prof. A. Mvers, palm
ist, pscychoinetr.st and phrenologist, who has
examined the bands of most of the crowned
heads of Europe, has arrived in Los Angeles
and intends to remain here for some time. By
palmistry he reveal- accurately the past, pres
ent and future ol the individual; giyesdescrip
t ons of every member of your family, the de
ceased as well as the li\ing; also tbn descrip
tion of tbe one you have married and the one
you will marry; tellsCOUUtri oi birth, nge and
how long you will live; describes perfectly your
piesetu circumstances, mid 110 matter how dii
ncult they are, by his advtee you will be able
to avoid obstacles and aided to success. AS a
psychoruetrist he is unequsied. He will locate
any ailment or disease more accurately than
autopsy would do, and by this gift and power
has helped many who bad given up nil hope.
Ail who are about to mate v change should
consult him, as his advice is reliable aud ben
eficial. Tells past present and future In gen
eral for #1. Pc feet satisfaction guaranteed or
no pay. Free-Free—Free medical diagnosis
irom Btoloa. m. Readings from 10 a. m. to
7 p.m. Parlors, tbe Norwood. 5908, Hill st,
eer 01 BLxth. 4-13
MAGNETIC HEALING; DISEASES OF ALL
kinds and of every nature successfully
treated by MRS. CRIMTTH, 1 14 S. Msiu, room
4 ONES It. PLEASANCE, THE CELEBRATED
dead trance medium, gives satisfactory
sittings daily at residence, 031 s. Broadwuy.
VI 188 KATE LAMPMAN "STARLIGHT."
.'I trance medium; sittings daily. 422 W.
■if .\l). GEORGE—HEALING MEDIUM—LIFE
•»l reading Parlor 7, 3351 ss. spring.
MRS. HOPKINS MITCHELL — BUSINESS
and lest medium 700 1.. Fifth. 2-28 linif
LOST AND FOUND
I,'OUND— Bl ILDEK WHO WANTS PIANO;
horse and buarj us purl pay for building
house, li. D. COATEB, :'24 s. Olive st tlti
IMH ND-SMALL CH ATELAINE WATCH 7 !
J Owner can have same by proving prop
erty ar Wells. Fargo odiee. 1
goods, ill', N. MAIN: lIAM-
J ruet t>r««s laces made by hand, ail kinds of
-urios at half price tor a week, 4-2
Iy W. it El 11 k CO.
V EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
128 \V, First st
Orders telephoned or telegraphed at
Wo are the oldest established agency in
Southern California, and our long experience
enables us to select such help as our patrons
We furnish all classes oS help free of charge,
and can supply you on short police, (livens
your order and you will not be disappointed
in quality of help or promptness. E. W. RKIt)
it CO , 2-b It
A" HAN IN EVERT SECTION TOBBLLBTA"
pie goods to dealers: experience unneces
sary; beat side line. $75 a mouth. Salary
ami expenses or large commission made. For
sealed particulars send stamp. CLIFTON
SOAP MANUFACTURING CO., Cincinnati. O
117 ANTED—BOOKKEEPER WHO UNDER
" 1 stands Hie furniture and carpet business
can sell and make himself generally useful;
references required. Address B. HERMAN
FURNITURE CO., Ph«vnix, Ariz. I
WANTED—ACTIVE* MKN~TO TAKE OP
TS ders for cnlurged portraits, city and
country g. H. everitt co., 421 s.
Spring st. 4-8
1)1-. TTY, HUMMEL ,t~Vo., 300 302 W. BEC
ond st. Tel. 500. 'I he best employment
office in every way in Southern California.
Boston" EM peoy m HNT "a<;ency,~222 w.
Fifth st. Telephone 1323. 4-12
SITUA TIONS WANTED- -MA L E
Deserving persons desiiinc employment will
be allowed to insert three lines for two inser
tions under this heading free of charge.
j 11 T \NTKD —POSITION ON A RANCH BY \
T \ man who understands running a heacier
and all (arm machinery. KOBT. 9MMEBBON,
Los Angeles, Cal. 1
At'ANTED—SITUATION AS CLERK IN
11 clothing or grocery store: ralerences iirst
class. Address t.KORGR X WALKER. 510
Temple st. 2
11* ANTED—TO LEARN RAKING, BY HAN
M of 33, of s'eiiuy habits and willing to
work. Call or address F. A. Rice, 124 S. Water
SI TUA TIONS WA ,\TED— PEMA L E
Deserving persons desiring employment will
be allowed to ins-rt ihree lines ior two inser
tions under this heading, tree of wturge.
/Verman girl wants a 81tuation"for
V~I cooking ami general housewoi k or rham
her work. Apply 004! i E. Fifth St., Richard
House, room 13. 1
V RESPECTABLE LADY WISHES SITUA
tion as housekeeper or chambermaid in
lodgug house. Call room 5, 138' s N. Spring
nrOMAK WAHTsf"WORK BY THE DAY,
11 house cleaning or washing. Address A. E.
102', S Hili st. 1
11 flk NTB D - S ITU ATI ON ~BY~A YO UNG GKB-
I »» man iir! for geaeral housework. Inquire
I 044 Maple aye. 2s-tf
.4 "GENTS—A QOODk LIVE' HUSTLER WITH
j.\ experience to take slate agency for Ari
i/ona for the lurgest and strongest Life Insur
ance Co. in Massachusetts: ul»o wft".t the same
kind ot k man or men for U'ah. These are the
best insurance ti' ids iv the United States, and
are get ing better as the population increases.
I know irom experience. Call on oi address
me at the Nadeau hotel for next two days.
Room 230 2
AG E N TS, A BON. AN 7. A^THE _ ONLY COM
bined Rurglar Aln»m Lock and Tramp
Guard in the world; no talking, seils on sight;
weighs three ounces; retails9l.2s; particulars
free; county and state territory for saie.
PACIFIC COABT INTRODUCTION CO., Room
■■>, No. 223 S. Hill st. t)
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY.
if ISS LILY—I.AI'E FROM PARIS, LIVES
.il scientific massage, hand-rubbing, alcohol
and perfumed baths; attendants, Parlor IS,
143 & Main st.
MADAME LE HOY, JUST ARRIVED; ORAD
uated Masseuse of Clifton Springs Sani
tarium, N. Y. ELITE BATH ROOM, 41t> S.
MASSAGE AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT:
Turkish, Russian ami electric bsths iv
cabinets. L. B. LARSEN, 341.. 8. Spring. 4-8
! If ME. DE GREY AND \SSISTANT, MASSAGE
*il electricity and baths. Graduate Masseuse,
[ 31oi. s. spring. 24
"tUSTXrRIVED—MRS. LAWYER AND AS
\ fl sittant; alcohol baths lor rheumatism,
•N. Spring st. Rooms 2b and 27. 2
M- IBS DARREI.L, OF BOSTON. FIRST-CLASS
massage treatment, room 11, 355 1 2 S.
ALMA WORTH-MASSAGE, SELECT r\
tronape. 138';, N. Spring St., room 4. 4-12
LOLA LIVINGSTON. 138', N. SPRING ST..
room 3, alcohoiic baths and massage. 4-7
\ V ERA CLA IR GONE TO SAN' DIEGO ~FOR
IWO weeks: will return Massage. 2
nULDA STANLEY. 138', N. SPRING ST.,
room 8, alcoholic bath, massage. 24
MIBB BIRDIE HOW ARIL isijjj N. SPRING
St., loom 11; alcohol baths. 4-6
MARY STONE, MASSAGE TREATMENT.
13s I N. --pring, room 20. ti
TURKISH AND OTHER BATHS
■JMJRKTSH AND OTHER BATHS.
Roth departments ot the Hamman have been
' thoroughly cleaned and retitted. Ladies' de
. partment open i,oin Ba. m. lo *> p. m. Gentle
; men's department open day and night, except
.-unday afternoon. We give Turkish, Russian,
j Sulphur, Electric, Salt, Medical and other
1 buths. Massage given at "baths" or private
Ho. brooks. Proprietor,
230 South Main st
I-"LITE BATHROOMS—VAPOR. TUB. SHOW-
Vj er. medicated, electric, oil, sea salt, alco
hol baths: massage ami magnetic treatment.
MADAME DE LEON, proprietor, Uti 1 . South
Spring si. \ -1 -
nR. I. W. WELLS — EXTRACTION PAlN
tess; good crowns, bridgework and teeth
without plates a specialty. Corner Spring and
i First sts , Wilson Block. Telephone 1300
ADAMS BROS.' DENTAL PARLORS, 23!P, S.
Spring st.: painless extraction and tilling;
j plotc, $ti, #8, #10; all work guaranteed; estab
- fished 10 years. Hours S-5. Sundays 10-12.
Ci 11. KRIECHRAUM. DENTIST, 218 SOUTH
T. Broadway,entrance through Westervelt's
studio. Office hours. 8:30 to 12 and Ito 5.
I UPWIi; sEMLER, D. D. Sw—DENTAL OF
-1..' flee, room 1, 114 S. Spring st.: office hours,
9 to 12 und 1:30 to 5.
ALBANY DENTAL P vRLOR -GERMAN-
American Hank Buildidg. A set of teeth,
#0: best s. S. white teeth, #10 per set
Corner Seventh and Main street.
D" p.. 'c." G.~iioward7~dentist" rooms
322-323 Bradbury block, Los Angeles,
I Cal. 4-7
DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST. lOsW N. SPRING
St., rooms 2, 0 and 7. Painless extraction.
\ PB AN X ~ STEVENS,":! 24 • j sTs PR ING ST ',
I open Sundays and evenings: olectric
J.V R. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, CALIFOR-
V ■ nir. i'.anu l>inl<il;:L.
rpHE l.os ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
L incorporated, located at 114 s. Msiu st., is
the large«t and best equipped institution in
Southern California. It provides h thorough
business edueatloa in the most practical way.
The shorthand department leads all competi
tors, and is a great sucee-s. Its department of
penmanship is conducted by E. K. Isaacs, a
J teacher of national reputution iiay session
, open all the year. Might sessions Monday,
j Wednesday and Friday nights of each week,
j send for catalogue. E. R. SCHRADEH. pres.;
F. W. KF.I.sEY, vice-pres.,; I. N. LNKSKEEP,
THROOP POI. YTEt•iixIc"INSTITUTE, PAS
adeua. offers manual training, bloyd, art,
literary, seientitie, classical and normal de
partments. See exhioit in Btimson Block, Los
tngelea, or addtess PRESIDENT C. H. KEYES,
I>RIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND YOUNG
men; Uryson Mock, second and Spring.
Tbe common English branches, higher mathe
matics and .bis»ics. Pupils can enter at miv
time. ANSi.i.M a HROIVN, A. M. ,of Yale.) 8
f\ IRLS' COLLKG [ ATE SCHOOL—
VJf 4ii; w. Tenth >t.
Ml-S PARSONS \Nll MISS DENNF.N.
Ci H. WOTTON—SANITARY PLUMBING A
speci.lty. Estimates given. 200 E. Fourth
St., two doors east of Los Uigcles st
J7IRANK A. WEINSHANK. PLUMBER AND
J gasiitter, 210 E. Second St. Tel. 130.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, APTJTL 1, 1895.
IJACIITC LOAN CO.—
Oldest established in Los Angeles.
I horonghly reliable
Loans made in any amounts on all kinds ol
collateral security, diamonds, jewelry, seal
skins, merchandise, sates, eie. Also on pianos,
furniture and household goods, in either pri
| vote houses, lodging, boaiding houses or ho
tels, without removal from toe premises. Par
tial payments received: money quick, busi
ness confidential. Private office ior Indies.
W. E. DIG BOOT, manager.
Rooms 2. 3 and 4. 114 S.Spt ing st.
I TNION LOAN COMPANY,
U Minison Block,
Loans money on ull kinds oi collateral secur
ity, watches, diamonds, sealskins and furni
ture in lodging and boarding houses and on
pianos without removal; abo on bonds, slocks
and mortgages; low interest; mon y at once:
business confidential; private ofhee for ladies,
room 112 CLARK A. 811 VW, manager, rooms
111 and 112, first floor, Stimson block.
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc : also on
pianos, merchandise, iron and steel safes, fur
niture in lodging houses, boarding houses and
hotels without removal; also on city and coun
try property: low interest, can have money at
once; business confidential I private ofliee'for
ladies. GEO. S. ROBINSON, 233 W. First St.,
rooms 2 and 3.
POIN DEXTER ,*: WADSWORTH. BROKERS,
303 W. Second st.. buy and seli mortgages,
stocks, bonds and any good securities: if you
wish to lend or borrow, or invest in realeslale,
call on us; collections made and property man
aged for non-residents. 28 if
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY OR COUNTRY
real estate; lowest rates: personal notes
or security, warrants, discount mortgages or
any negotiable papers For sale, first-class
guaranty mortgages, interest 0 net. JOHN L.
PAYKOVICH, 220 West First 3-24,tf
. ■nit INFORMATION CONCERNING PER -
A* matient, first-class, well secured invest
ments, cettinglrse from tuxes and commission
seven to ten per cent, address INVESTMENT,
Box 317, Pasadena. Cal. lm
\N INVESTMENT—TO ANYONE WISiTING
a chance to make money easily and
plenty of it: we have something that will bear
investigation. LOY & hurin, 33S s.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
any good collateral: business strictly con
fidential ; loans negotiated on city and country
property. W. E. DEMING, 211 W. street,
It ONE V'" TO LOAN ON MONTHLY Tn
.ll stallments, long time and easy payments:
no commission Charged, Apply NATIONAL
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 151 S.
XTT ANTED—9I3,OOO ON ACREAGITIN THIS
it county, worth not less than $59,000, at
a reasonable rate of interest. L. SCHMIDT,
115 W. First st, Rooms t) and 7. 2
MO NE V* LOANED ON
watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
rtitKes, bicycles, all kinds oi personal security.
LEE BROS., 402 s. Spring st. 2-20 ly
ryo Loan — UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
I -mall loans; no commissions; light ex
pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
223 S. Spring.
MONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE AND SMALL
amounts, long or short time. S. P. CREA
BTNGER, 237 W. First st. 3-3
r po LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT, AT
1 reasousblo rates. WILLIAM F. BOSBY
BHELL, 111! S. Broadway. ti
wl'• i 7 , -7^ wT'TC LOAN 0N CITY PROPERTY,
-T--.' "" ' irom $2000 up. W. P. LARK IN,
132 S. Broadway. 20 ti
MONEY TO LOAN-SMITH & O'BRIEN, ll!7
S. Broadway. 2-5 ti
TO LOAN—#IOO to $10?,000, 5 1 ', TO 8 NET,
220 W First si. 8-5 ti
M*ON EY TO LOAN IN
W. First st.
rpo LOAN MONEY ON PERSONAL NOTEsT
I '110 w. Flrsl t 78 if
BUSINESS OPPORTI NIT!ES ~~
I A FIESTA RACE.--.
a AGRICULTURAL PARK,
APRIL 13TH TO 20TH, Inclusive.
Sealed bids for bar, restaurant, cigar and
other minor privileges lor the above races will
be received up to April 4th
Eids w ill be opened that day only.
HEADQUARTERS LA FIESTA RACES,
215 South spring st. Room 19. 4
I'OR SALE-NEW AND WELL FURNISHED
4 lodging house in a line brick building
close in. House full and paying over $200 per
month clear Long lease at a low rate. Price
on application. You bud best look this up.
NORTON i KENNEDY, 134 South Broadway.
F OR SALE-INTERESI TO THE AMOUNT j
of #3000 or more in a well established mer- |
cantile mid manufacturing business. Big re- ;
turns guaranteed; extra Inducements made to
the right party. Address, BUSINESS B. !», box ;
70. this office. 2
dfcOOJX ~ GOOD OPENINO: PARTNER
wanted to assist in store, deliver
orders, etc, in a manufacturing business; !
stock on htnd worTi the amount asked; sure
Investment, Apply BEN WHITE, 221 w.
First st. ti
&oty'y~j~ ST a TIO NF.R V AND BAZA AR~
n n • well located and established on best
street in s. f. Apply Cunningham, cur
l [88 i WELCH, 327 Sansome St., Sail Fran
ji A KE RY AND RESTAURANT D0IN( I A
_T> brsiness of over $80 a day; large, nicely
equipped place, You can try this before buy
ing; sure invest men I, price $1500. RUN
WHITE, 221 Hf. First st. tf
■pEBTAURANT ON SPRING ST.; NICELY
it equipped: doing big business; parties
compelled to go east at once; must bo sold;
$300. BEN WHITE, 811 W. First St. ti
FOR 8A LE -NICE LIST OF HOTELS AND
lodging bouses; prices range fiom $300
upward. S. P. I REASI NGER. 227 W. First St.
fSQAA—WOOD, COAL AND FEED RUSI-
J!p«>VH" ness: po-itive bargain: good corner;
well stocked. BEN WHITE, 221 W. Firs: st.
I'OR SALE—A FRUIT AND "GROCERY
1 store. Apply at 328 W Fourth st., between
Broadway and Hill sts. 2
I) ARE CHANCE; $150 WILL - BUY AN
It sgencyfor a first class fire insurance 00111
-puiiy. Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. tf
'pilE UNION CLOTHING HOUSE HAS RE
J moved to 108 W. S cond St., between
Spring and Main. A. LOWICU. 414
TJsBUIT AND CIGAR STORE; TWO LINING
P rooms: all furnished; low rent; low price.
644 s. Spring, 3
rpQ SELL OCT YOI It BUSINESS G6~~TO
i I. I). BARNARD, 117-, s, Rroadw qy. 6
|)ELI. A SABiITII, REAL ESTATE AND
1> Insursncs agents: money loaned at 6 per
cent. SOB W. Third si. l".-7tl
CONRAD SCHERER—OR AMITE, bitumin
ous and asphalt paviug. 237 W. First st.
f-UR SALE—CITY PROPERTY
GRIDER ,t DOW.
109i 3 p. Broadway.
AND INYEKTM EN T BROKERS.
CITY 1.0 TS.
•38 down and $10 a month without interest
wIU buy a tine lot on a graded street, with ce
ment walk, 15 minutes' ride from the busi
ness center: price onh #150. 80S this.
$.toll will buy a ,">u' foot lot on Fourteenth
street, set to bearing fruits, ball a block from
electric ear... This must be sold within a week
#UOO will buy a tine lot on i'ico St., hslf a
bloi'k trom electric cars.
#000, choice bit on Adams st; street im
provements all paid for; in one block of elec
tric cars; on easy terms.
$050 will buy 'a 50 foot lot on Twelfth It.,
a little west of Pearl street; stree graded;
cement walks and curbs; on easy terms.
$900 will buy a line corner lot suitable for a
business block! which will rent before build
ing is completed; within ten minutes' walk oi
Soring and First sts.
#22 >o—Half acre on W. Washington st, close
to electric cars: street 100 ft. w ide: fin■ st resi
dence site on tbe street-right among the
$3200 for a lot on Grand aye., close to Adams
st.. 80x158; this is the best bargain offered on
$800-Small cash payment down, the bal
ance in small monthly payments, will buy a
cosy new cottage, half block ol electric cars, on
a graded street; only 12 minutes' ride from
business center; see tilis at once.
#1350- Lovely new G room cottage, with all
modern improvements, reception hall, mantel,
grate, hot and cold water, marble washstand,
both, pantry and closets, front and back
botches; lot 90X150 to an alley; 12 minutes'
ride from Hih business center by electric car;
street graded and graveled; foment curbs and
walk. This will be sold on long lime if sold
#1700 buys a brand new li-room bouse, all
modern; pantry, closets, china closet nnd
bookcase; nil finished in oak; piste glass in
frontdoor; lot 52 feet front, cement walks,
sewer connection made; only 8 minutes by
electric car from business center.
92900 will buy a new 7-room residence; Hue
reception ball, winding stairway, large double
parlors, elegant mantel and grate, large pan
tty and closets, piped for hot and end water,
m'nrnle washstand patent watei-elosets; house
finished in yellow pine throughout; cement
walk; iot 50x150, within ! block of electric
cars: street graded anil graveled, cement curbs
ami walks , only #2609, on easy terms,
$5300 will biiyflne home of 10 rooms, all
modern conveniences finished in white cedar:
elegant reception ball and stairway; double
parlors, 2 tine mantels and grates; corner lot
100x150; grand yard set to palms and choice
flowers; owner compelled to sell; see this at
once; only about 15 minutes' walk from the
$223-40 acres south oi the city, set to bear
ing fruits; close to electric roul; we will sell
this off in small tracts at $225 per acre: has
water rights; see this.
#930 10 acres of alfalfa land, all fenced and
cross-fenced ; new barn, bouse, corncrib, chick
en and stock corrals artesian well and water
right with the place: mile of depot and
creamery; olose to store, postoftiee, churches
and schools: will make terms: this is a bar
gain and will be offered at this low price for
one week only.
#250J-3 acres, highly improved; new 4
rooin cottage: 2', acres in bearing lemons; a
variety of other Hulls: 2 blocks from store,
postoftiee and depot; 35 minutes' drive from
#3400 -Lovely home of 9 acres, only 30 min
utes from business center; good 7-room house,
large barn and corrals: a variety of oranges
and lemons: 3 acres in hearing peaches, pears,
apricots and blackberries; no frosts or fogs:
close to store, postoffice and church; I block
$3950 buys Ihe finest ll' a acre ranch In
Giirdena; there is a lovely 5-room cottage with
lawn and flowers, large barn, corral, chicken
house and yard: a variety of fruit for family
use: 8 acre's with a fine stand of alfalfa; close
to store, postoffice and school house: this is
fine income r-roperty.
For sale, $7000; orange grove of 13 acres ad
joining city on the south, on corner of two tine
streets, set solid to bearing oranges with large
bearing apple and peach trees planted between
the orange trees: rich garden soil; trees in tine
condition; excellent water right; good build
ings; this property is yielding a large yearly in
come, and will double in value in a very short
lime: electric cais close to the property; only a
few minutes'drive from our office; free car
GRIDER & DOW,
2 199;.; S. Broadway.
"1 wonder how that feelsl"
T?OR SALE—FOP. BEAUTIFUL HOMES—
Take Vernon electric car, cor. Second and
Spring at*, j In 13 minutes you will reach the
tract, being located on Central aye, just as
you cross the S. P. K. R. crossing, iv an orange
0 chard; from this tract the scenery is
beautiful: the mountains and city are in
full view: water is piped to each lot": the lots
are large: back of each lot is a wide alley; this
lot joins the city limits: one-half your "tax is
saved each year; all advantages of the city en
joyed without beingliable to its continual tax
ation for improvements. Free carriage at my
Office to show you this property; don't be per
suaded to buy small, narrow lots in a cramped
locality until you see this tract; a large force
of men and teams now finishing laying
cement walks and grading and graveling
streets; my prices are low; terms reasonable.
For full particulars inquire of owner, 117 S.
Rroadwav, or agent on tract.
If H. M. CONGER.
f JpRACT OF HOMES- ~
GRIPER A DOW'S ADAMS STREET TRACT,
$300 to $600 will buy the finest building lot
In the city, fronting Adams street—B2 feet
wide. Twenty eighth street, 100 feet wide,
both lived with line paun trees; Twentv
eeventh street and Twenty-ninth street. Ix>ts
all DO feet front, alleys in rear; cement walks
und curbs, streets graded, graveled and
sprinkled; street trees planted, Rich loam
soil, 30 feet higher than Figueroa street, grand
view of tlie mountains, building clause. Visit
this tract and see the many hue homes being
built. Only 15 minutes' ride from second and
Spring sts. on the new double electric ears
down Central aye. Office on the tract. Free
carriage. For maps, prices and all informa
tion write or call on
24 ti GRIDER & DOW. 10l>!i S. Broadway.
T7.OR BALK— VERY CHEAP—TWO LOTS ON
1 30th St. near Main.
One lot on Hopo near 28th at.
Fight lots on 3lith st rear Figueroa, with
seven room cottage, wind-mill and tank.
cliatsworth Park land, the chob est orange
and lemon lauds in the county, for sale on
Fifty acres of Cliatsworth Park lands planted
to apiicota for sale or exchange.
Twenty ten-acre pieces in Chatsworth
Park for sale or exchange.
0 W. B. BARBER, 218K 8. Broadway.
jjj * 1 A FOOT—KOHLER LOTS' FOR CLOSE
Hrl'T in city homes; all streets graveled;
curbed: cement walks. $15 a month pays for
$100 an acre--4 ten-acre lots; planted to
walnuts, peaches, apricots. $28 cash; 8 yearly
payments: 6 percent.
#900--New house 5 rooms; hard finished:
rented $12; great bargain.
2!Hf W. J. FISH ER, 227 W, Second st.
j FOR SALE - CITY PROPFRTY
r\lH THE MARKET AGAIN.
BE BURE TO SEE
THE HAMMEI. .1 DENSER TRACT
Before buying elsewhere.
r GET OCR PRICES.
This tract is hounded by
Main, Santee, Ninth and Eleventh Streets.
IS CLOSE IN.
Lor a speculation.
There is nothing better
Iv Los A nge les.
COOK & PEARSONS, Sole Agents,
214 S. Broadway. tl
SANTA MONICA BY THE SEA
If you want a homo iv this charming little
city, buy one oi our lots in
This block is one of the best and most beau
tifully situated in ihe city, only ttOO feet from
Ocean aye , and the lots will be sold for
$001) TO #800
In order to mane this location as attractive
as possible, certain restrictions are to be made,
and the lots sold only to parties who will build
a bouse costing not less limn
The lots are 90x150 feet, and all streets
INVESTIGATE AND INVEST
ROBERT F. JONES ,t CO..
204 Bradbury Block, Los Angeles, and
Bank Of Santa Monica, Santa Monica
You want to buy or sell
In or near Los Angeles, you
may save money by
ISSVt'W Second st
Who can offer many special bargains to
investors and speculators. 20-tf
17OR SALE, $SOO-4-RO<»t Hot SE NEAR
Arcade depot: $1250, 5-room house.
Fourth St. near \Voliskill aye ; #130J, 5-room
house, new, Stanford aye.; 638110, 8-room
house, San Pedro near Sixth st.; $2000, 7-room
bouse, San Julian near Sixth st Houses built
to suit on monthly payments. N. B.WALKER
& c©., W. Second st. 1-3
I? OR SALE-LARGE LOTH IN DENISON
f tract, near Ninth Stieel School, $450 aud
up. Will loan money to build houses and
other improvements on payment* yon can
make. N.B.WALKER & CO., 125!j"W. Sec
ond st. 1-3
SALE-ON INSTALLMENT PLAN:
V good cottages close in and save car tare.
WM. F. BOSBYSHELL, 116 S. Broadw ay. 14tf
• 213 W. First st.
Real Estate and Fire Insurance.
OCSES FOR SAldi-WE hXvE GOT~A
positive bargain for investment or resi
denre, in a oompeltely furnished modern
home; owner called Easl and must sell. See
JOHN A. WEIR &. CO ,311 aud 312 stimson
20 fine bargains in houses, from $KOO to
#2000: some that must be sold and will go at
bargains. W. P. LARKIN ,t Co.,
20x1 132 S. Broadway.
T76R SALE —BEST BUILT 4 ROOM HOUSE
r In city. Lot On an 80-foot
street. Only $1200. Owner about to move
East and miist sell quick. N. B. WALKER ,v
CO., 125).* W. Second it. 1-3
\~S~~J.~ PHELPS~*"cb., REAL ESTATE
• agents; list your property for sale <
Change with us, and v v will make every - 1
to meet your wants; correspondence 1.0111
abroad solicited. Office, 130 i Broadway.
dk I t\fi FOR A HOME. JUST THINK! $10
ipIUU cash, $10 monthly. 30x139 feet:
large pepper trees: 2 blocks W. of Central aye.
electric cars; only a few loti leit: be quick.
W. J. FISHER. 3*7 W. Second st, 39tf
If OR SALE -WEST HALF OF LOIS 4 AND
r 5, block 20, Hancock's Sltrvoy, 35 acres,
near oil wells in the northwest quarter of the
city. Apply to C. M. STEPHENS, room ill)
Temple Block. 15tf
JjiOß SA LE —HOUSE 1 BUILT '10 SUIT ON
1 monthly payments. Lots at $150 aud up.
Interest at 8 per cent. N. B. WALKER * CO.,
123.4 W. Second st. 1-3
I7OR RENT FIVE-ROOM HARD-FINISHED
A 1 suburban cottage, 2 blocks from car line:
$10 per month; water iree. Call at 12S W.
f~F6R RENT-5 ROOM H6l7sE~ 138~W^ST
1 Thirty second si. 1
irENT-MCE ~LIST OF FURNISHEI)
V bouses in all parts of the city. S. P.
CREASINGER, 237 W. First St. 3-3
rpHE ~~DENVFR, 133~N~MAIN ST.; FINE
1 furnished rooms; $1.50 per week and up;
center ol city.
RAND PACIFIC, 423 8. Tj PR ING ST.; FINfT,
large rooms, #3 per week and up.
1,-<OR RENT—A FINE OFFICE. APPLY TO
BELLA SABICHI. 205 VV. Third st. tf
PE R SON AL- M RS. P ATt X E X," LIF E -1! EA D
ing clairvoyant; consulta-ions on busi
ness, mineral locations, lawsuits, removals,
disease, love, marriage, etc, Take University
electric ear to Forrester aye. and Hoover st ,
go west on Forrester aye. 3 blocks to Vine St.,
second house 011 Vine st., west of Vermont
I~ > KRSO N AL— N EVVT ROcTTsTsTItTrF.C. UL A R
ities, from whatever cause, cured without
medicine, instruments or pain : sure cure; lody
attendant; low fees. 328 W. Sixth. 3
AiRDRESSING. 25c; SHAMPOO, 25c;
bangs cut and curled, 15c; will call at
bouses, 314 W. Second st. (j
VI AD A M /.ETN A, EORTU NX TKI.LI NG EE A I>
•ti ing cards, 50c. Room 4, 138) j N. Spring. 24
lIFFI IFF REAIHNGS - AT ~144 8. MAIN ST.
j Room 3. ti
GOLD AND SILVER REFINERS
~X\! 51 t. smith & t 0., Sold and silver
VV refiners and esseyers; highest cash price
for old gold and silver, placer and retort gold,
ores, etc.; check or cash within 34 hours after
receipt o( bullion; we will make returns in
Southern California, Arizona and New Mexico,
from 4 to 6 days quicker tnan can bo made
from any other point. 128 N. Main St., room
IO ' t
ITtOR SALE—CARTER 4: BEECH ER : MINING
1 brokers, represent leading properties;
gold, silver, copper, lead, etc.; examinations
made ami reports furnished by the most com
petent end responsible California experts;
correspondence solicited; information prompt.
ly furnished, office, 328 S. Broadway. 12-12-tf
C< B.WAITB, 311 W. FIRST eT., Los A NGE
/« les, Cal.: views made to order; guaranteed
largest assortment 8. California views.
piIOTOS, ANY SIZE, $1- PLAZA GALLERY.
' FOR SALE COUNTRY PROPERTY.
HOMKS FOR ALL
Choice fruit, berry and farming lands. One
mile outside the city and nar the Pasadena
eltcrlc road, iv tracts to suit, at $80, #80,
612510 #200 per acre, on easy terms, 'take
the o cciric oaMOtl Spring st. 10 Highland Park
postoftiee Our agent there Will shew t lie land,
or free carriage irom our ofn c to the tract'
(.riper a Dow. ioo' a s. Broadway. utf
I -Oil SALE FRUIT LA Mi.-, IX THE EX-
I Mission Uaclay ranoho, near San Fernando
and Paoolma, on the Southern Paelfle railway,
within easy reach oi the city: 1 too feet above
sea level. Delightful climate; $73 per acre
on easy terms; also goo i building lots in West
l.os Angeles on the 0 ntversity electric car line.
Api.lv to the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA, rooms oand 7, Phillips Hlock
Annex. Les Angeles; special prices for cash 80
17H)B BALE—MO ACRES OF LAND—ONE OF*
the fltiest sections of land In Kern county;
level hnd dee]' sediment soil All can be irri
gated from it largecaual that is supplied from
Kern Riv r. Splendid lor citrus and other
fruits, as it is close to 'lehaehepi Mountain;
and if sown to alfulio would yield 4000 ions of
hay iv a season. Inquire ol .-. it. HOI.ToN,
Belme, Fresno county. 8-15 1 mo cod
npHE BEAUTiFUf. GARDENA VAI.L-1, DE*
I lightfui location: rich, fruitful soil:
abundance of wa er for irrigation and do
mestic u.-e; one rbare of witter stock given
with each acre of land sold. Plats, maps and
full Information can be obtained at 808 s.
Broadway, Los Angeles. L ROSSITER, agent.
pOR SALE—THE FINEST ORANGE RANCH
I of 44 acres in ihe comity, all in bearing,
budded unit, with plenty Of water; is worth
the time and expense lo see il: w ill sell as a
Whole or in i wo pieces: s i hta pace to appre.
Cists it. WM. F. BOSBYSHELL, lib S. Broad,
w ay. tf
w.)"jk WILL PROCURE 100 ACRES OF
»~—ill" sub-irrigated alfalfa land; held un
der desert bind entry; in artesian district,
this coun ly :;t miles from railway; land lavs
perfect; no rook or alkali, 125 w. Third st.
pOR PK R lOR FRUIT LANDS:
I water sold with laud in definite quantity,
delivered iv steel pipes under pressure, re
servoir capacity sis billion gallons. HEMET
LAND CO., Raker Block, Los Angeles.
1?OB SALE—I 3 FRUIT RANCHES, GOOD
bargains, from lo acres up to 800, close iv;
5 choice orange orchards, in fu'l bearing, on
ensv terms. W. I. LARK IN A CO., 182 8.
IjpOß SALE—IO-ACRE PEACH ORCHARD
r for sale: trees 0 years old; inclosed m good
fence with rabbit netting; price, $111.0 cash.
Write J. MANNERS, San Jacinto, Cal. 27 cod
|7tOR SALE—4O acres, a MILES 80UTH-
I west of Newhall; 500 or 000 fruit trees; ;;■
room house and other Improvements Apply
C. M. SIEI'HE.'S. Ti) m Oil, Temple Block. 1
FOR SALE-LIVE STOCK
IMcI'HEUSON, 111 N. LOS ANGELES ST.,
• has for sale a carload oi Northern horses.
Satisfaction guaranteed. 4-25
[TOR SA EE—SINGLE, DOUBI E DRIVERB.
r buggies. liarness, RACQN. 3d* S. Broadway
FOR SALE -MISCELLANEOUS
/'OLD MINES—WE HAVE A VERY FINE
" I gold property for sale Price, bond, and
term- most favorable. Also interest iv some
good properties at Perris, cal., for develop
ing same. Parties hay ng mining property to
sell or dispose of w ill do well to see us LOY A
HURIN, 3385. Broadway. tf
I 'OR SALE, CHEAP-SEVERAL GOOD SEC
ond-hand gasoline engines, good condi
tion. Aso 4 steam engines; wdll turn oil.
Also larue irrigating windmill at wholesale
price. IRRIGATION MACHINERY AND MAN
UFACTURING CO., 223-25 E Fourth st. 2
BROADWAY FUEL DEPOT, 432 S. BROAD
way; coal and wood at lowest prices;
weight, quality and satisfaction guaranteed.
(NONSTABLE SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
J ture, 440 S. Hill, Tuesday. April 2d. 10
o'clock. , 2
l-uiit SA EE —1 .",0,000 OLD POSTAGE STAMPS
J 1 Chen p. T„ Box 2ii, Ibis office.
TpQR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
V to suit, at tlii- office
rpHE SOUTHERN i ALIFORNTA LAND AND
1. Loan Exchange, 854 s Broadway, D. \V,
Lewis manager—unlimited oholce bargains in
all kinds Of Southern California realty; agents
Of the exchange are among the most reliably
and conservative dealers in BouthernCallfornla.
pMIR EX( HANGI
Two clear lots in Chicago, suitable for flats
or residence; good locatlou; for small houses
or lots in ins Angeles. W P. LARK IN a Co.,
owneis, 132 s. Broadway, Los Angeles, got!
• -•OR EXCHANGE—FOR BAN I H or VA-
J. cant lots, a nice 7-room house and bath,
East Los Angeles; lot 11)0x133: nicely im
proved ; rents at #17 a month; price #2500.
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. ti
17-OR EX'IIANGE -I ACRE OF LAND AD*
F joining city limits: nice house, well, etc.:
all in bearing Fruit; want wood rind coal
yard; puce $1000. BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First st. tf
JjvDH EXCHANGE "PROPERTIESOF EVER V
description, city and country. BEN
Will lE, 221 U . I■:r,t si. li
BL SINESS PERSONALS
|>ERsoNAI.-- HOUSEKEEPERS, ATI EN -
I tionl Groceries at cut iates; 5 lbs .lapan
lea, 81; can COCO, 15c; Rio coffee, 23c; Mucha
and Java, 33c. fresh roasted; 3 lbs cherries,
25c: 0 lbs peaches, 25c; 10 lbs raisins, 23c; 10
lbs cor.) meal, .3c; 10 lbs lard, l»3c: 2 lbs oleo
25e; keg Holland herrings, 75c; 2 lbs codfish,
18c: sail salmon, 20CJ 4 cans oysters, 23c; pic
nic bams 7' .c; pork, 8*40; so lbs flour, 850,
ECONOM IC STOKES, 305 S, Spring street.
PERSONAL— RALPHS BROS—GOLD BAR
t Hour, ooc; city Hour,7oc; granulated sug-r,
21 His #1: brown sugar, 23 lb., #1:7 lbs tolled
wheat or outs, lsc: sardines, 5 boxes 25c; to
matoes. 2 cans 13e; 7 burs German family
soap, 25c; 5 gallons Oil, 70c; gasoline, 75c; 2
packages morning meal, 13c; lard, 10-ibean,
75c; E.aglo Milk, 13c. 801 S. Spring street cor
THE LATEST STYLE REGENT sT IT.S MADE
by crack eastern tailors f0r635, we will sell
forsl3 if we can fi I you. MISFIT CLOTHING
PARLORS. 223-225 W. second stree', between
Spring aud Broadway. ti
IVMIY I'AY A MERCHANT TAILOR $35 FOR
TV a suit when you can get the same tbing
for $15 at the MIBFII CLOTHING PARLORS
223-223 W. second St., between Spring and
"Attention—full dress "suits for
1 \ hire, suitable lor balls, parties and recep
tions, at the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS,
223-225 W. Second St., bet. Spring and Broad
MISFITS AND t' N 1 \LI. I'D FOR GARMENTS
Ht less than half your tailor's prices, at
tne MISFIT CL >1 HING PARLORS, 223 225 W.
Second St', between spring and Broadway. tf
<■ EX D F S 2 OEN TS IN ST A MPS A N D~W E
0 will send you, free, a book showing you
how to make money. DE VAN <& RI PLEDGE,
140 N. Springs'., Los Angeles, Cal.
HARRY, DID VoI'SEE THE NOBBY PAIR
of pants thai I boughtfor #3.50 at 'he MIS
FIT CLOTHING PARLORS, 223-225 W. Second
st , between Spring and Broadway. ' tl
I>ERSON AL -PA I,M ISTIS V : ONE HAND
read free; every hidden mystery revialed;
life read from cradle to grave without mistake,
1 till Bp. ill. 111., W. third st.
I jANTS THAT WE HE MADE TO ORDER FOR
i #12 we sell for $Gut the MISFIT CLCTH
ING PARLORS; 223 223 VV. Second St., be
tween Spring and Broadway. tf
li ME. LKCROy' FRENCH DRESSMAKER,"
IVI cor. Second and Main, next 10 Cathedral.
M RS. TTltTj. 11. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
wiferv. Ladies eared for during confine
ment a: 72"' Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. lei 1110.
T\R. ARENSBERG, GRADUATE UNIVKR
-1 / sity Berlin. Venereal diseases a specialty.
Mos-. obstinate cases quickly cured. 217 8
Main St. oto 7. 4-30
DR. KWONG, EMINENT CHINESE PHSI*
cir.ll and surgeon, B'way. 4-20
nR. N. C. ( LARK -CHRONIC PISE al**Es"a
roeclalty, wiison Block, room 333. 20
li* RS. WEAVER JACKSON, MANICURING
JV» for ladies and gentlemen; specialist in
Complexion department; electrolytic removal
ol aupernous hair. 20U-7-S stimson Block.
Mrs. a. c. Adams magnetic healer,
Slti 1 a Spring sf, tbe Albemarle; will treat
patients at their homes if desired. 4-22 Ira
DR. R. G. col.i.l.NS, OPTHALMIC OPTI-
Otan, with the Los Angeles Optical insti
tute; eyes examined free, i,3 S. Spring si.
/' rXsbl.Tn'e S'l O YES CTJfiA .s
■Of Tel. 10U8. BLACK MAN, 403 b. Spring St