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City Branch Agencies
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In order to accommodate the public The
Herald has established branch agencies,
where copies of the Daily and Sunday
will be on sale and advertising and sub
scriptions taken and forwarded to the
main office as soon as received:
These branch agencies do not include
the hundreds of book stores and news
stands in all parts of the city where The
Herald is also for sale.
E. Donnell, news dealer, 2114 E.
East Los Angeles
Mrs. E. C. Thacker, news dealer, 104
N. Daly st.
J. G. Kenyon, news dealer, 1655 Tem
Donald A. Ross, news dealer, 2100
W. Seventh st.
H. L. Park, drugs, stationery, etc., post
South Central Avenue
Chicago Pharmacy, cor. Central aye.
and 12th st.
fTrST SPIRITUAL SOCIETY I IX
corroraleil) meeting! loil.iy in Music
hall, 231 S. Spring st,. at 2:30 and 7:30 p.
m. The well known platform test me
dium of San Francisco, Mrs G. W. Shri
ver, will give tests and messages from
■pint world at both meetings today and
throughout the month oi .November; also
test circles every week, announcements
of which will be made from the plat
form evcrv Sunday.
The famous sung lecturer, Prof, bred lie 11
of Metropolitan temple, San Francisco,
will deliver two of his celebrated lectures
today; afternoon subject, The Value of
Spiritual Phenomena; evening subject.
The Present Tendencies of Religious
Thoupnt. by special request Prof. Hell
has consented to render Henry Russell's
famous descriptive song. Man the Life
Boat. Today being the business meeting
Sunday of the muntn, as well :is the day
for the annual election of otiirers, a full
attendance ol members is requested. M.
M. Lyon, Secy. 3
THE HARMONIAL SPIRITUALIST
Association meets every Sunday in
the Lua Angeles theater at 2:80 and 7:30
p. ni. The grand inspirational orator, I'r.
X. F. Ravi in, will speak i:i the after
noon upon hidden treasures. Mr. J. 11.
Little uf Oakland will follow 1 in double
psychometric Usts, a rare and wonderful
£hase of mediumship. Evening subject,
nvironment as it 1L Id or Hindrance to
Spirituality. Following i'r. Ravlin's ad
dress Mr. Edward K. Earl the most won
derful independent slate writing and test
medium living, will exhibit h'9 startling
powers in the evening. Ministers and
skeptics are requested to bri' - tneir own
(slates, sealed, lucked, tied 01 in any way
you cnooae, end receive names and mes
sages from your spirit frienils. Mr Earle
as a test medium is without a peer on
earth. Lltt'a Zoe, the musical wonder,
will sing several of her beautiful musical
selections at each meeting.
CHRIST CHURCH (EPISCOPAL) COR
ner Flower and Pico sts., Rev. Alfred
8. Clark, rector, residence 1370 Figueroa
St.: Sunday services 11 v.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Holy Communion every Sunday at
8 a.m. and lirst and Third Sundays at
midday service; Sunday school 9:4 ft a.m.
Seats "free; strangers cordially invited.
Electric cars to University and l'ico
Heights pass the church.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, EPISCOPAL
Olive st, opp. the park. Open every
doy in the year. Dally service at lv a.
in. The clergy will respond to all culls
for the offices of the church fur strangers
or visitors without respect t" creed;
burials, marriages, baptism- or visita
tions of the sick. Use of the church
cheerfully given free for fanei-al services.
Tel. 143. P.ed. tf
THE AMERICAN BAPTIST CHURCH
cor. Twenty-ninth and Sumner sts
Qnnday-school. 9:30 a.m.: preacning, li
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; junior meeting 3
o'clock Sunday afternoon, and B. V. P.
U. 0:30; prayer meeting Thursday even
ing 7:30. All invited to attend these
Services. Rev. W. W. Tinker, the super
intendent of missions, has charge, tem
porarily, of this work. sat.sun, 10-28
THE TRUTH SEEKERS MEET AT
107) a N. Main: conference at 10:30;
goou speakers will be in attendance;
evening meeting tit 7:30. Dr. J. Meyer
wiil speak on Dreams, 'Their Relation,
Physical and Spiritual. Ordination
services. Test, by Mr. Frain and Dr.
Mulentrugh v.- li also give sonic of his
convincing tests. Good music; admis
CHURCH OF TIIE UNITY (UNITAR-
Ian) on Third and Hill sts., Rev. .1
S. Thomson, pastor. Service. Sunday
at 11 v. in. Sabbath school, 9:30 a.m.
Subject Sunday morning; The Science
Ol Prayer. There will be no, evening
VIKST UNIVKRSA LIST CHURCH.CAL- !
eaoniu hall, 119)4 8. Spring st.—Ser- I
vice 11 a.m. conducted by pastor, Rev. j
A. A. Rice Bubjent, Applied Christian- |
Ity; tbe TasK to Which tbe Church is ;
Called. Sunday Hcliool. 12:15 p.m.
BEN, M. BARNEY, 'TEST MEDIUM
and spirit healer. Private sittings 1
and treatments daily from 10 a.m. tn I p.
m.: circle Wednesday evenings. Ofhoial
medium for First Spiritual Society; meet
ings Sunday afternoon and evening.
REV. HURT ESTEB HOWARD WILL
preach in Ibe new chapel of tbe Pres
byterian church, cur. twentieth and
Figueroa sts., this morning al II orlocK.
GEORGE H. STEWART,Secretary Hoard
THEOBOPHICaL LECTURE ON
j death tonight nt OddFellow's ball, Main
st, bet. Second and Third, next to Cathe- '
dral, by Orange J. Clark. Assisted in
answering questions by Abbott I!. Clark.
IMMANUEL PRESBVT E II I A N j
church, cor. Tenth end Pearl—Rev. '
W. J, Chichester D. D.. pastor, will
prenjli at 11 a. in. and 7:311 p. te. V. P. i
8. C. E. at 0:30 p. m. Everybody wel- '
come, 3 \
A MISSION WILL HE GIVEN HY THE
Pauiisl Fathers at st. Vincent's
church, Gr and aye. and Washington st.. !
beginning Sunday, Novemhei 3d. It will j
open at the. solemn m is>. 10:30 a.m.
CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE MEETS
every Wednesday at 2:30 nt Foresters'
ball: also Gospel Tabernacle chinch
each Lord's day, morning and evening.
W. C. Stevens,"pastor. li-19
MISS GL'MMI.VtIS OF BOSTON WILL
lecture Sunday evening, 7 :';:>, nt 830)4
8. Brcadwuy. Subject, Christ A:i Our
Teacher. Admission tree. «
Rates lor xlvertlssments under this classifi
cation—! timn, 5 cents p-r line: I wees, 30
cents per line: 1 month, $t per line.
LEWIS & ALDERSON,.
312 Booth Main stroot.
"Peter, I'eter, rnmpkin Eater,
"Hao a wife and couldn't keep her' 1 —
'til he found how cheap ne could pet
poods of all kinds at Lewis A- Alderson s
and now he has no more trouble. Great,
beautiful bedroom sots, ISx4O, tdate mir
ror for $.0. or pood sets for $10; heavy
oak extension tables, new, for $ti. selling
elsewhere for |8i solid oak wardrobes for
$10, others for $7.50; large arm rockers,
solid oak, for $2.25; heavy oak high back
c hairs for $1; rockers * for $1.50; oak
renter tables for 11.60 and $2; otlice
desks for $7.00; fine lot solid oak
revolving office chairs from $8.80 to
$6; side board for $10; iron nntre box for
$2.50; steel rqnare 115 c, saws for 500, new
cook stoves tor $7: large oil betting stoves
cost $10, for $6; folding beds for $8;
solid oak mantel beds for $14; bath tub
for $3; counter stools for 50c; book oases,
glass doors, for $12; secretaries for $12;
a rt squares for $4; linen warp malting,
latest styles, for $20e; new latest improv
ed washing mac.iincs for $8.60: line par
lor organ, just like new, for $40; shovels,
rakes, forks hoes, etc. also carpets, tin
ware, crockery and about everythinc u-ed
In or nbout the house fur less price than
others will sell the same class of goods.
Yes, yes, it is a stubborn fact. You will
always save money (railing at LEWIS &
AI,PERSON'S. 812 S. Main st. tf
A NKW HUME It'll*:; PEP. MONTH—A
moilern piece of archlteotnre, with all
improvements necessary tr make both
your wife snd daughter httppv and well
ventilated by over 2,000,u00 delighted oua
to.ners who use the New Home sewing
machine. We also handle other standard
runde sewing machines ranging in price
from $5 up. Our Climax and Ideal are far
superior to many of the $U5 and $70 ma
chines, and for which we only ask less
than half, on easy payments. Machine!
Hint other dealers advertise for $22.50 we
are now prepared to sell yon for $lb and
$20. Prop in and look them over and
leave your address lor a trial order; it
costs you nothing. THE NEW HOME
HEWING MACHINE OFFICE, 3411 ti.
Spring st, Los Angeles; Ho E.Colorado St.,
Pasadena. Sat&Son tf
FOR SALE NOTICE TO REAL Es
tate d -alers—The best evidence tbat
it pays to advertise In the Herald is tbe
fact that nearly all the leading dealers
In the city are represented in its "for sale
coin ' ns, and they find that it pays.
These advertisers are not experiment
ing. They are wide-awake business men.
They have thoroughly tested The Herald
as an advertising medium und are so
well satisfied with the results that they
stick to the proposition.
111 £1N ESS NEWSPA PER—THE DAILY
Journal, a business newspaper, pub
lishing all the county official records,real
estate transfers, mortgages and liens,
building news, contract work, financial
news, and all news relating to tl|_e re
sources and development of Southern
California and the great territory of ihe
southwest. One dollur per montii, or in
advance $i 0 psr annum. 227 W. First St.,
Los Angeles, Cal. CI-11f
THE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXEB~OF THE
State Loan and Trust Co. are inclosed
in a fireproof and burglar proof vault
with time locks and brilliantly lighted
with electricity; alcoves attached fur the
private examination ol valuables, with
writing materials, a young lady in at
NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the
following rules: Tbe hours for sprinkling
are between the hours of 6 and 8 oclock
n. m. anil 6 and 8 oclock p. m. For a
violation of tne above regulations the wa
ter will be shut off and a tine oi $2 will be
charged Defore the watel will be turned
on again. 4-2 >
DR. PHI LI. I PS.TH E GREAT MA G N E T
doctor, treats nnti cures magnetically
the following diseases: Rheuamtism,
nenraalla, all nervous and stomach Hull
bles, eczema ami all skin and scalp dis
eases. Office, rooms 1 and 2, 355)4 S.
Spring st. 12-2
Mrs. lo"u ise""pTTttlTbegis" Ti i IN^
form the ladies of Los Angeles that
she has just returned from New Y"ork and
is prepared to give the latest styles in
oresses. wraps, etc. Muskegon blk., cor.
Third st. and Broadway. Apprentice
ADAMS te BOW EN. KA RPENTURZ,
successors to Adams it Sheldon, have
removed tv 742 S. Mum. Tel. 000; res.
tel. blue 181,
PARTIES ABOUT TO HAVE STORES
titled up new or remodeled, would
do well to call at carpenter shop. 222 S.
Los Aneeles st., for ligures on same; spe
cialty made of store titting; best of refer
ences. J. 8. M. FOSTER. 11-30
FOR BALE—6O RUNNING FEET OF
wire fence. 10 feet high, with pate; is
in pood condition and is suitable for
office, store or factory partition-; will be
sold cheap. For furtiier particulars call
at busiuers office of Tiie Herald. if
DR. ELLIOTT, MAGNETIC HEAuER—
Cures all ailments by magnetism:
consultation free; satisfaction puaran- i
teed; come und test this wonderful pow
er. Office, 245 S. Spring st. 3-1
PERSONA L—NEW PROCESS-1R l! El >•
olarities, from whatever cause, cured
without medicine, instruments or pain:
sure cure; lady attendants; low fees. *iv
S. Grnnil aye. TJ-1
HAVE YOUR ROOF REPAIRED"AND
painted by Irwin Porter with his
Acme paint. Work of 4 years' standing
in this city. Orders taken at 134 E. First
TREATMENT FOR" THE ~1!.\ 11! AND
scalp it the German Hygeiniolnsti
tute. Consultation free, l2l!4 S. Broad
way. MISS LOUISA SCHMIDT EDDY.3
REMOVED —J. PHILLIPS" LONDON
tailor, from W. Second St., is now
located 113Jj W. Third St., bet. rprttig
and Mains sts. 11-11
MRS, DR. E. A. ADAMS, ELECTRO
magnatlo bcalei ; women and chil
dren a specialty. 210 S. Spring, room G.
Consultation free. 1-15
BROADW A V FUEL DEPOT." 432 S.
Broadway—Domestic coal, all kinds,
good quality, full weight and fair prices;
ring UP tel. 472.
THE ONLY stOR'E~TN THE CITY
carrying East Indian works of art
and curios. sul S. Broadway, Mode/ate
V. B. KETCHAM-REAL EBTAIE
broker and rental agency. Room 12,
24!}j s. Spring st. ii
$250 WILL BUY CHOICE' LOS ANGE
leno Heights. K. LINDLEY", 108
S. Broad way. tf
A. T. sI.oPER. HOI BE MOVER, 6F'
lire. 11 ' . i.v r place.
THE PLACE TO EAT—
WARNER s RESTAURANT,
117 E. First st.
Best meals. Lowest prices.
Cookei to order, Including potatoes,
hot biscuit, corn bread, Graham gems,
coffee, toi or milk :
Two eggs, any style, loc; bum or bacon
and two eggs, 15c; trie, hum or bacon,
10c; liver nnd bacon, loc; plain steak
10c; sirloin steak, 20c; tenderloin steak,
single, 20c; porternouso steak, 30o; rib
steal:. 20c; mutton chops. |0c; veal cul
lets, plain, 15c; pork chops, 10c; sausage,
10c; Hamburger steak, 10o; corned beet
basb, lon, oyster stew. 2Ue. tU-lh-tun
CHICKEN OR - TURKEY TnNNER T"6~
day, 25 cents. PEERLESS RESTAU
RANT, cor. Fourth und Broadway, s.
EIK KXHKRY. proprietor. tf
DR. ZACHAN—DISEASES OF THE
feet, iv S. Spring st. 4-20
jLOS AXGELES HERALD: STJOTAT MOROTKG. NOVEMBER 8, 1895.
HELP WANTED—MA LE
Rates tor advertisements under this ciasilfl
cat od — I time. 5 cents per Matt 1 week, 30
cents per line; 1 month, $1 per line
~~fiTTal m k l~b ros. at 00.,
PETTY HUMMEL <t CO.,
300-302 W, Secuna St., in basement
California Bank bidg.
Office hours from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.,
Pruner. six weeks' work, $1, etc. day;
ranch hand, 25 to SO years, $200. etc., per
year and tound; hoy* to plow and milk
some, $12. etc.; agents for extr-ct snd
bitters, 40 per cent; carpenter, $2.50 per
day, tws months' work; six-horse team
ster, $2J, etc., drive to Antelope volley;
teamsters natil hay; elderly man tn chore,
$8, etc., fare paid; ranch teamster, $20,
etc.; miner, $2.50, board $4 week; wood
choppers, $1 ami $1.25 per cord ; elderly
couple for ranch; German family to take
2S acres vineyard and orchard on half
Waiter. $5 per week, etc.; cook for
ranch, some wash; colored cook and gen
eral man. family.
Hooeegirl .Tustin, $20, employer here
Mondavi roiddle-aped woman housework,
city, $i 2; (our pirls assist boosewore,
$12; woman with child, housework, fam
ily of two. $10; family cook, Pasadena,
$25; boaiegirl. Fernando, $15, employer
iiere 10 a. m. Monday; Douaegirl, Change,
Hueneme, Whittle*, $20, etc.
Waitress, city hoarding house, $20; (till
to wash dishes, $2.50 week; waitress, res
taurant, city, $20 and room: waitress,
city, $1 day"; woman cook, city, $0 week;
waitress, restaurant;, city, $1 day; cook
small boarding house, city $25; waitress,
HUMMEL EROS. & CO.
EASTERN EMPLOYMENT AG EN C N'T
Ho', N". Main. tel. 237, furnishes ho
tels restaurant" and familieswitn compe
tent help at short notice. KEARNEY'
A CO., tel. 237. tf
WANTED — TRAVELING COUNTRY
salesman, groceries; man and wife;
fence builder; collector: ranchman; por
ter; mechanical Inexperienced men, boys.
Women and pir'.s. Situations storework,
housework, obamberwork, housekeeper.
INFORMATION HEA DQTJA RTEUS,
3 411.; S. Broadway.
WANTED— 800 KKE E P E P. AND
office man, with $2000 to $3000 to loan
to a well established house; good salary
aim interest on money; line opening to a
young man. Address M., box 40, Herald
WA N rED—SALESMEN—SIOO TO $125
per :ni nth and expenses; sample
line; position permanent, pleasant and
desirable. Address, with stump, KING
ME G CO., F. 73, Chicago. 7-29
WANTED—A FEW MEN OF GOOD AD
dross can Bnd employment by apply
ing at room 22. German-American Bonk
bl lg., First and Main sts. 3-24 06
W A N TED—TEAMS T E R s7a T~C O R N E R
Son Joaquin st. and Ocean View are.;
$25 per nio'ith and board. DODD &
O'GARA. thurs sun mon tf
WA NTED—A GOOD SOLICITOR FOR
portraits. Steady employment. 330
!a S. Spring st.. room 10. 5
j^ anj j THE HERALD realizes this fact and lias this wee
an offer which will d 3 mjre to attract p;aple to a s:ctio;ik
Values of the county hitherto almost unknown than any other
Will Rise means ever aJopteJ -
Read THE HERALD'S Big Olf.r
Southern California ....
WANTED—A GOOD ALL-AROUND
tailor; must be steady man ond good
cutter, at 444 S. Spring st. 4
WANT ED-FP.S r-CLASS" DftYER AND
cleaner for the city steam dye works,
343 S. Broadway. _ _3_
WANTED HELP FREE—27 BlTUA
tiona. 414' 2 S. Broadway. E. NTttinger
, — " " —.
WANTED-AN EN ERG EIIG ~MI DDI,E
ased woman of some business experi- i
ence to manage a branch hoii-e for a
manufacturing linn. Addtess N., box ;
i7O this office, with references. 4
WANTED—JS; DR. OH AM BY HAS i
sworn to pay $5 for every cancer or
! tumor patient if yon lirst send him their
Bddress; 63 page book free. Office 211 f
' W. First st. 12-1
WA N T EII—LOC A L AN d" TRAVELING j
| teachers ill scientilio dress cuttint :
i school. Call Monday titer 2p. m, S. 8.
FREEMAN, Muskegon bik. 3
i WANTED—LADY AG EN IS TO SELL IN
city and country a new article used
I daily in every family. 121., S. Spring
| St., room 12. B
j WANTED - GIRL 14 YEARS OLD,
assist In light housework. 2 Cottage
j place, off Ninth near Pearl. 3
WANTED—A WOMAN' TO DO HOUSE
work. Call at No. 6 Savoy. 3^
SITUA TIONS WASTED-MALE
! WANT ED - A YOUNG MAN OF '28
who uses neither tobacco nor liquor,
who has hod charge of retail lumber yard
< for 3 year-, is a good draftsman and is
1 thoroughly competent t<> keep a set of
liio;s, would 'ike a position; Al refer
enies and cash bond if required. Ad
dress ROOM 23, 44bH S. Spring st., Los
W A NTEI> -AN EXPERIENCED OFFICE
man wants position; would loan em
ployer ot invest some eaah. Ad
dress V, box 20, Herald office. 3
WANTED- SITUATION IN LAW ( F
-11 ■■ by young man; will give services
for use ot books, etc. Address \', box 10,
Herald office. _ _____ S_
WANTKD-A SITUATION AS PR AC
tical jeweler, repairer anil diamond
' setter, city or country. No. 82) S. Hill
SITUA TIONS WAS TED-FEMALE
i WAN I Eli-BY MIDDLE-AGED GER
:i an woman, p isition as cook In pri
! vate boarding house Address St.Helena
house, '21 S. Broadway. 3
WANTED - A LADY WISHES TO GO
out by the day to do all kinds of
I mending clothes in families. Address
| 151 I IP llevue aye. 5
WA NTED—A QENTS
WANTED—PEDLARS TO SELL A NEW
complexion sup. Don't stock up
until you have soi n this great soap. 124)j
S. Hpring si., room 12. 9
WANTED TO BUY-HOUSES
WAN lEH HOUSES AND LOTS FOR
cash. Address PRIVATE. Herald
WANTBD-TO RENT HOUSES
WANTED—HOUSES TO RENT'! SCHUY
i.I. X I "LI . 328 S. Broadway. 3
WASTED-TO RENT ROOMS
WANT ED — CONSERV A TOR Y-TRAIX
ed teacher wants furnished room;
piano lessons In exchange. Address M.,
box 40, Herald office. 3
WANTED-TO PURCHASE BEES;
from 50 to 150 stands. L. D.
SCHLEICHER.*44S;.} S. Spring st. 8
HOUSES TO RENT
Many inquiring desirsb'e, prompt-pay
F. H. PIEPER ct CO.,
3 108 8. Broadway. _
in every part
of tbe city.
We have many inquirers dully.
F. H. PIEPER .t CO.,
3 108 S. Broad way,
WANTED —A PURCHASER ~Voii
choice residence lot on Angeljno
Heights, 50x150 feet, east of Echo Park;
most be sold ; pi ice, $250. S. K. LISP
LEY'. 106 S. Broadway. tf
WAN TED—TO TRADE - YOUNO AND
gentle horse, suitable for family or
snrrv, for bigh-grade bicycle. Address
P. I). THOMPSON, cor. Los Angeles and
Requena sts. "
WANTBD-TO TRADE A BEAUTIFUL
building lot on E. Ninth st. for an
upright piano; it must be a good one.
Address Y., box 40, this otfcce. 3
WANT E D-H OU SE B UILT-FOR GOOD
uarpetiter.tirat-class finisher; >i wages
to go as paviuent on house. Address J.
h. D., 028 S. Hill st. 3_
WA N TED—TO PL AC E 80.000 TtKICK
in the wall at a low fiaure. Box 40,
Builders' Exchange bidg. 3
WANTED - A GOOD COLLECTION
of stamps for cash. Address M., box
10, Herald office. _ _ 8
WANTED-END-SPRJ.NO TOP BUGGY ;
cheap for cash. CULVER, 212 S.
WANTED-TOnKUTTjOHT CART AND
harness. Address 829 Montreal st. .1
WANT ED - HORSE." - HARNESS AND
secund-bainl wagon. 429 S. Mainjsr-4
MASSAOE AND ELECTRICITY
MRS. DR. MA V ER. 320' J S. BROAD
way—You cannot draw crowds with
out merit; her treatment is the talk of
public ami competitors alike. Try lit:
Swedish massage a specialty. 12-3
RETT EN ED- DX. M RS. OU IDA STEW
art, electro-magnetic specialist; also
scientific massage and alcohol baths,
nealjbful and refreshing. Parlors S and 9,
Tbe Menlo, 420 S. Main. 11-19
MASSAGE. OIL TiATHST TRfcAT
nient of the hair given at your home;
50c an hour; ladies and children only.
Leavo orders at 1080 S. Hill. 11-1
EDITH" AN WAY tuT" BOSTON GIVES
massage tnat is delightful ann re
freshing: also alcohol baths. 86f>M S.
spring, room 12. No rivals. 12-15
A"LADY _ IN"HER OWN HOME Ol\ ES
electric, magnetic and massage treat
ments. Select patronage solicited. Ad
dress N, box 90, Herald office. 3
MTDASi"MORRIS,LAT 10 OF CHICAGO;
alcohol bath, massage. 355), S.
Spring st., room 1. °
MME. DE GREY HAS RETURNED.
MagnetO-eleO tic treatment and lapor
bathe. 445'j S. Spring.
MAGNETIC TREATMENT AT 20-1 WlN
ston st., npstuirs, one block east of
MISS GLADYS IRVING. 120 N. MAIN
at., room 8. Alcohol laths. 11-11
MDJI" MAY RUBHEL, ROOM 7, NEW
Hellman oik.. 1-0 N. Main st. 11-12
EXCURSIONS _____ _____
EXCURSIONS TO THE EAST-THE
favorite personnlly conducted excur
sions of the Santa Ec route leave Los An
geles every Thursday morning at 7 oclock ;
Pullman upholstered cars run without
change frorr Los Angeles to Chicago and
Kansas City. with annex cars to Boston;
the great point to remember is tiiat you
save at least one full day's travel by tak
ing tne last train of the Santa Fe route;
atfntive co iductora accompany tbe par
ties; through berths reserved and more
de tilled information obtained at tbe com
pany's offlce, 12U N. Spring St., Lo9 An
geles, through any agent of the South
ern California railway.
JUDBON'S POPULAR EXCURSIONS—
Every Monday over the Rio Grande
Western and Denver and Kio Grande rail
way; seen te route; personally conducted,
newly upholstered cars through to Chi
cago, New York and boston; finest
equipment, lest service, quick time.
Office, 212 S. Spring st.
PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCT
ed excursions, via the Rio Grande
ami Rock Island routes, leaves Los An
geles every Tuesday; cross the Sierra Ne
vada- mi l cb-s the entire Rio Grande
-cenery by daylight. Office, 138 S. Spring
BURLINGTON ROOTE-PERSONALL V
conducted excursions to tbe east every
Wednesday, over the scenic lino of
the wi rid. Upbolstired tourist cars
without change. T. H. DUZAN, Agent!]
222 8. Sluing st., Los Angeles, Cal.
MAGNUS' CUT BATE TICKET OF
lice, 228 S. Spring St., opp. LoS Ange
les theater; regular tickets at reduced
rates to all points east; railroad tickets
bull 'lit and s- Id.
WAN TE 11— ALI BE R ALLY' WE A LTH V
maiden for a wife; unconsciously
pretty, affectionate and very young pre
ferret', by a genuine sinale gentleman o!
romantic tame; only sutistactorily le
miinerative correspondence answered;
send photograph : rich reward for right
one. JOHN ALBERT GARDNER, Los
Angeles, Col. 3
PERSON Al. — R ESPEI FA BLE YOU NG
man, 27, good habits,wants acquaint
ance respectable young woman; object
sociability and results. Address 0., box
I 70, Herald Office. 4
PERSONAL - PALMISTRY; 1 HAND
read free; every hie" den mystery re-
I vealed; life from cradle to grave without
| niistake; 10 a. m. to Bp. in. 111J4 W.
Third st. 12-!)
I PERSON AL - A WIDOW LADY UK
sins to meet a gentleman who wishes
a furnished room with all Ihe Comforts
of a home. Addres N., box 00 Herald
I office. 3
WAN I'ED- -ALL PERSON'S DESIRING
to join an excursion to Washington,
D. C, in Deremler, cull at room 217,
Byrne bidg.; special inducements. I
PERSONAL - RECIPE, WILL POST
j lively removo wrinkles, smallpox
pits; for mle cheap; hours oa. in. to 1,
I 71s Temple st. 11-it
PA TENTS, COPY, ETC \
KNIGHT BKOS~, PATENT ""solici
tors; free book on patents, 308 Stim
son blk. 8-22-1
ti-roomed house on W. Tenth, price $30.
"-roomed house on Crocaer. price $25
11-roomed house on 8. Flower, pr c
7- rootned house oil 8. Olive, price $42.
5-roomtd house on Newbull, price $20.
5-roomed house on Omaha, prico $12.
7 roomed house on W. Eleventh, price
H-roomed bouse on Coort it., price $35.
11- ioomed house on W. Seventeenth,
8- ri,omed bouse on Ninth, price $40.
8-roonied house on Twenty-lourth,
And houses of all sizes In all parts of
S. P. CREABINGER, 116 8. Broadway. _3
(TOR RENT -U N FURNISH ED ROOMS—
113—6 rooms, Denver nve.
lIS—B rooms, Thirty-hrst at.
$18- 7 rooms, Chestnut st.
$2J - 7 rooms, Downey uve.
$25—fl rooms Santee St.
$L - 7 rooms Ruth aye.
$35—8 rooms, Orange st.
$; s—B rooms, Union aye.
$10—11) rooms, Rudlnne st.
$52 60—9 rooms, Washineton St.
F. B. Wl 1,1,1 A MS, 112 S. Broadway.
FOR RENT -3 STORY,2f- ROOM HOUSE
with large cellar, on —— St.. near
Ann, close to River Station. 8. P. R R.
Rent $25 per month; suitable for R. R.
man's boarding house or light manufac
turing. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
224 S. Broadway. 8
FOR RENT-FURNIThiTd BROOM
house. \V. Tenth; piano; $40.
Unfurnished 5-room house, W. Twelfth,
12- room house; large barn and grounds;
modern; Lovelace aye. 0. M. JAY it
CO., 213 W. First. 3
FOR RENT—FUHN'ISH~ED _ KbOMB—
$88—8 rooms, Olive st.
$46—8 rooms, Orchard st.
$27.50 -7 rooms, First st.
$10 — 7 rooms, Griffin aye.
$20—4 rooms and stable. W. Eighth St.
F. B. WILLIAMS. 112 S. Broad way.
FOR RENT—FIRST-CLASS FAMILY
hotel of 21 rooms; nicely furnished,
iti the heart of Pasadena, one Hock from
the electric cars. SCHUYLER COLE,
328 S. Broadway. 3
FOR RENT—TWO HANDSOME FLATB
in the new Euducker block, Seventh,
cor. Los Angeles st., each 5 rooms, bath,
etc. $25 and $22. REAL ESTATE EX
CHANGE, 224 S. Broadway. 8
FOR RENT— HALE "OF FURNISHED
house, 6 rooms, up staiis $20; lirst
floor $25. S. Hopes!.; American family l .
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, 221 B.
FOR RENT-ON BROADWAY", BET.
Eightb and Ninth, 5-room flat. $26;
furniture complete tor sale for $400;
snap. COR TEL YOU a GI KEEN, 402 S.
FOR RENT—ONE-HALF DOUBLE COT
tage ; 4 rooms, bach, gas and range;
large kail; all flrst-class for housekeeping ;
unfurnished. Price $25. 210 W. Tenth
FOB in:NT-HOUSE f) ROOMS, FlRST
class condituin, 320 S. Olive; the only
vacant house i n the hill. Address box 28,
South I'asadens. 3
MATTINGS A.M) LINOLEUMS BX
rlustvely at the Matting Mart, 604 S.
Broadway, near Fifth st.; lowest prices.
FOR RENT—VICTOtfi A, 762" ST BPBING
— Furnished and unfurnished rooms.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED COTTAGE.
2432 Hoover st. 3
FOR"" RENT" - A MOST DESIRABLE
parlor and bedroom, closs in, hot and
cold running water in room, elegant
bath; private family; new house, furni
ture, etc. References exchanged; home
like, pleasant location. Address 1.., box
IK), Herald oftice. 3
FOR RENT- ON SOUTH GRAND AYE." I
in a small private family without
children, a large sunny room suitable for
i two gentlemen, with or without board.
Address D, box 3d, Herald office. 3
FOR RENT-LARGE, SUNNY FRONT
loom, closets, unfurnished; S mm
I utes' walk from postOfHoe, $5 per month
: with water, to permanent party. Apnly
I tne San J nlian st. 3
' FOR BENT-ALL PEBBONB DEBlR
ing furnished rooms or board, please
call at room 217 Byrne blk.. cor. Broad
way and Third ot.; information free.
f)-U 1 in
for Bent — handsome suite';
cheap—Also several bedrooms from
$6; new house, new fnrnituie; modem.
No. iO'J Seventh, near Hill. 3
; FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, center of city. CHICAGO
: HOUSE. Entrance, 142 S. Main St.,
133)4 8. Los Angeles ;t. 11-2o
FOR REN 1 — HANDSOMELY" FUR
j nished rooms, with private hi,ths;
references required. tIALDEBWOOD,
j 308 S. Main st. 12-1
FOB RENT—ONE FUBNIBHED AND 2
I nice unfurnished front rooms, with
, prate, and bay window. No. 221)4 E.
| Fourtn st. 3
| FOR" RENT—THE MARIPOSA, 321 E".
i Second at.; furnished rooms, $1.25 per
! week up; lodging 25c, 35c and 600 per
; night. ItMH
' FOR RENT-FINEST ROOMS AT 500.
75c, and $1 per day; $2 to $7 per
week. At ti rand Pacific, 423 8. Spring
st. 10-29 tf
'■ FOR RENT—A SUITE OF UNFUB
niabed rooms with privilege of light
I housekeeping; also one furnished room.
\ 503 S. Hope St. 3
| FOR RENT-133 N.. MAIN ST., THE
Denver, nicely furnished rooms, $1.50
iP'r week and upwards; center of city;
j 25a to $i a day. 'J-1411
j FOB RENT — VEBY NICELY FUB~
niabed rooms, single or en suite, $1
per month and up. Cor. Buena Vista
I and College st. 6
FOR BENT—HOUSEKEEPING FUB
niabed, bay window parlors, with
kitchen. Rooms $5 upwards. 451 S.
FOR RENT—NICE, CLEAN. SUNNY
rooms from $4 per month up. Grand
View Hotel,cor. Buena Vista and College
FOR RENT—4 BOOMS AND BATH:
close to Westlake park; $12 with |
water. SCHUYIBB COLE, 828 8. Broad- j
FO R RENT—N i'tiELV FURNISH ED
sunny rooms for gentlemen; break
fast; rates reasonable. 22:1 S. Flower st.
FOB BENT—FUBNIBHEDOR UN PU R
nisherl rooms, singlo or en suite;
terms reasonable. 687J< s. Broadway. 4
FOR REN! - A "FINE SUITE OF !
rooms suitable for li gentlemen;
$7.60 eacb. Pali 813 Byrne oik.
FOR RENT—66I 8. 8PBING; PLEAB
-ant sunny front room; grate, gas,
central, in cosy cottage. 4
FOR "REN T - FURNISHED ~ ROOMS
suitable for housekeeping on lirst
Hoor, 826 S. Hill st. 8
FOR BENT — SUNNY BOOM, FUR
nished, to lady, with use of kitchen.
240 W. Eighteenth st. 3
FOR" RENT-ROOMS WITH HOARD:
lovtly place; near Westlake park. H22
A 1 viii ado st. 8
FOR RENT—NICE SUNNY ROOMS
ami boaid, 15 per week. li.U W.
FOR KENT—ROOMS, SINGLE AND
tn suite. No. <130 S. Hill st. 5
I FOR RENT-ROOMS
I FOR RENT- 2 OR
rooms for housekeeping; slnk.olosets.
21 Wall at. 3
of Spring snd Temple sts.; newly fur
nished sunny rooms; reasonable. 11-24
FOR RENT—TWO FINITbWICES AN 1J
furnished rooms. THE WINDHAM.
109% 8. Uroadway. 11-18
FOR RENT—WILEY HOUSE HAS FUR
nished and unfurnished rooms. No.
..17 S. Broad oay. 12-1
— — . . —
FOR RENT—GOOD BR 'OK B UIL DIN O.
two stories: large store room and 2
rooms first floor and 7 line rooms above.
Only 100 for all. POINDEXTER &
WADSWORTH, 3U5 W. Sotond. 7
out living rooms. Ninth and Tenn
essee sis. inquire of McGARRY' & IN
NES. or D. F. McOarry's coal oftice,
.Ninth and Alameda. 8
FOB RENT—STORE 684 TEMPLE BT.
TO LKT — ELiWaVt FRONT WlN*
dow, with oftice space, ground tloor,
334 N. MAIN ST., Maker Mock. 4_
FOR SALE-THREE SECOND-II A~N 9
gasoline und 2 steam engines, sec
ond hand wind mill nnd tank; also other
goods turned over to us by ths board of
trade; all vary cheap; nsk to see the Won
der pump. L. A. WINDMILL CO,
II 223 and 238 E. Folirtn St.
FO R~BALE--TWO BOIL hit a 4*" TT.
x 18 ft., one boi'er 60 inch, x 16 ft.
Also several small steam pumps, and one
small automatic cutoff Ide, engine. D.'E
AND COLD STORAOECO. OF L. A..Sev
enth st.. and Santa Fe tracks. P. O. box
213. 10 20 tf
I-OR SALE-A CELEBRATED BATS
piano, use i only b months, $—I*o.
Pisnos to rent $3. Columbia bicycle
$25 if taken Monday, l mo old violin,
150 vcars old, for aale or tr.» n lor good
safe or bicycle. 500 S. Broadway. §6
FOR SALE -~NEW AND BRCOND
band pianos on easy terma: largest re., t
ing stork in tne city; tuning and repair
ing pro.nptlv attended to by competent
workmen. KOHI.ER& CH ASK, 283 S.
Spring st. 9-Gtf
FOR SALE—CHANDLER ,fc I'KICE
lever prinlinp press; 1'ilot; new tyiie
and material, at a bargain for cash. Ad
dress 731 13. Broadway. 8
FOR SAI. E -1! AR (i A IN—FI RS 1 CLA SS
birrcle, nearly new. inquire Sunday,
357 Winston aye., off Fort St., or utter
5 p. ro. week days. 3
FOR BALE-SEWING MACHINES—WK
have some eood ones from $5 to $15
guarantied. tliO S. Spring st. 8
FOR 8 A LE - A "FIN E YOUNG HORS E,
well broken, cheap. No. 32S S.
Spring st. 4
FOR BALE—NEW ENGLAND ORGAN,
cheap. '-'17 S. Daly. 4
FOR SALE-LIVE STOCK
FOR SA LE—BY H. H. BIXBY, 147 8.
Bioadwoy, several young, found, city
broken horses (that ladies run drive)
wen-limp from 1000 to U'OO pounds each.
Also Carriage team, young, well broken
bays; one open buggy; one canopy, and
one extension top carriage. All very low
for cash ibis week. 3
FOR SALE —IF YOU WAN I A COOT)
horse come to the Blue Fiont Barn
company. Third anil i.os Angeles sts.,
where you will get a better horse tor the
money than _\ou ran pet any place in
town " every horse guaranteed as repre
sented. JOHN M'PHEHSON. 11-17
FOR BALE—THIRTY MEDiUM-SIZET3
mules, in good co idition: suitable lor
farm work or delivery wagon: for sole
hy the undeisigned. Can be seen at
s*able, oornar of Ninth st. and Orand
I View aye. LOS ANGELES RAILWAY
CO. F. W. Wood, general manager. 11-20
FOR" SALE — CHEAP, FINE PAIR
light driving mares. Hambieto"ian
stock. 4-, and 5 yeurs old; well broken,
singleor double;'thoroughly sound; pood
tlavelers. Owner going cast. BROAD
WAY' STABLES, 428 Broadway. 8
FOR SA LE—HORSE 5 YEABBV 1300
lbs.; tine family carriage, or any
place where line broke, number pnehO'sa
is needed pperfectly sound, and will hear
the closest investigation. Call or address
211 E. Fourth. 3
FOR SALE-LIVE STOCK—TWO NICE
vounp, fresh Jeisey cows lor sale. S.
W. cor Eighth and Alameda. Inquire of
McGARRY & INNES, 227 W. Second st.
FOR SALE—A GOOD COW AN D A
second - hand Columbia bicycle
(lady's); would exchange for good fire
proof safe. 5i 08. Broadway. tf
FOR SALE — BARGAIN — DURHAM
and Devonshire cow. Inquire 337
Winston aye., oil Fort st. 8
dr. w. w mijrThy haTreturned
from tho east and will resume his
! practice. His office is in the Muskegon,
I southwest cor. of Third St. and Broad
way. Practice limited to diseases of eye.
ear. nose and throat. 11-8
DR. TOLES. OFFICE 100 PtRTLE BLDG.
(tbiid floor), cor. Fourth and Broad
way. Diseases of spine, nervous diseases,
oefects In physical development. Hours,
; to 3 p. m. 11-18 _
DR. LYDIA MUMA, GRADUATE, 15
years' hospital and private practice;
a specialty, women's uiseases and irregn-
I larities; consultations free. 188)j 8.
DR. _ CARL TEUBNER, PHYSICIAN
and surgeon. Univ. Med. Coll. N. Y.
city, 1885; 458 8, Main st. Office hours:
8 to 10 a.m., 1 to 2 and 0 toJ_P : m. 12-1
i MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH—SPECIALTY,
midwifery; ladies cared for during con
finement at 727 Bellevue aye.; calls
promptly attended to; tel. 1110.
The eminent Chinese physician and
! surgeon; office, 118H S. Broadway, near
| First, st.
J. C. STOUT, M. D., SURGEON AND \
physician, 321>jj 8. Spring st. 11-4
LOST—SATURDAY. ON LOS ANOELES
St.. between Exchange stable and
X ingsbakei's wholesale grocery house,
one brown overcoat with inultier in Jcft
sine pooket. If found return to Exchange
livery stable and receive reward. *
Lb FT AT THISOEFiCE-^TIEBREW
Bible. The owner is the secretary of
the Hebrew Children's society, and can
get same hy calling at this office.
FOUND-SAMTtHE HORSE CLIPPER,
at Tallyho stables, N. Broadway.
I'TONEER STEAM OABFBT WORKS—
Carpets made, refitted,sewed and laid.
208-210 E. Seventh st. Tel. 217. 11-20_
ST E A M CAR PET CLEAN I NO,_WWINO
and laying. JOHN H. RICHARDS.
120 N. Spring; tel. 1348. 8 J,f _
CARPETS CLEANED FROM 20 PER
yard; laying, 3c. R. BROWN. 008
IhTTplacb to have'your WATCH
repaired—you get a guarantee worth
something. W. J. GETZ, 330 S. Broad
way. n '' M
PROF. A. MYERS, THE OCOULT Sci
entist, will he pleased to see bis pat
rons at 648 Hill si., as he has joined
hands with Prot. Fowler, the White Ma
| Prof. Samri Fowlsr, the prescient mar.
val whose scientific exhibitons have mag
netised tbe whole country, has oponcd
parlors at 648 Hill st., where be will hi
permanently located. St. Justin uttirmi
that the sybils foretold events correctly
and quoted Plato as coinciding with him.
St. Athenaxuras says of tbe faculty of
prescience that it is pioper to the soul.
Clairvoyance baa been observed in all
ages anil among all races of mankind
from tl:e remotest, and In this border,
land between the known and the un
known, ignorance and charlatanism have
held hign carnival. Nevertheless this
clear-seeing of the future is as old as
history, but as this occult power bas only
been givsn to a few, the millions of tbe
mildest look upon it with skepticism,
and many of its best exponents have been
dubbed charlatans. That every science
has its fakirs is proved in daily life, und
the deeper the science the gnater are its
ful.ir followers; hut all this does not
prove that true science does not exist.
That true clniivoyance does exist has
been manifested and recei"ed as truth by
pro ound thinkers In every age. Sooiatei
and ApAllonioi predicted nnd were con
scious of events transpiring at remote
distances. Pliny and Uicero records cele
brated instances' ol toe same kind. Swed
en borg and Davis are modern instances
of the same belief. Atlhougn volumes
have been written on the subject, the
Held is broad anil its threshold may he
said to have been scarcely crossed.
Clalrvoyai nt is no miraculous power.
Ii is «n inherent lucnlty, a fnrsgleam in
I Is life of tbe spiritual one, and when a
I eiium so endowed uses aright it be
e ouies ■ blessing to nia<ikiiid. That
Prof. Kowler is thus endowed is appar
ent Ihe moment you are in his presence.
He is a mnn of culture and refinement
and th is., of the most delicate suscepti.
bilitv have at once a feeling of safety in
applying io him for counsel and advice
either in cases of business, pleasure, or
those of a more delicate nature. He neve:
fails; uses no cabalistic phrases of fakii
clapirap; needs not any pointers or pre
vious history, but at once 'infolds as it
were the tablets ol tne present as well as
tho future in a clear and concise manner.
It behooves till those desiring his aid to
see linn. Hours, 8 tuB, Sundays included.
Sittings: Ladles, 80 cents; gents, 11, •]
the world's" famous medium
and palmist.formerly known through
out Europe and America as Syru, the
child medium ;g rentes t Itving'msdlnm, in
dependent slate writer of tho age; if de
ceived through fakirs, would-be mediums,
come. Syra will give you a free test to
prove her powers: she tells just «hut you
want to Know; if you aro sick or in
tumble she cun help you. 8. Spring
DRS. J. B. AND MRS. LEVET, CLAlR
vnvanta. test mediums, nicniul and
magnetic healers; alt diseases diagnosed
clairvoyantly free; we invito the invalids
to come and test our power; sittings
daily; developing circle Tuesday tight:
seance every Friday night. Tho Menio,
120 S. Main st.. rooms 1 and 5. 11-4
DR. M. MUEHLENBRUOH, TEST ME
dinm and spirit healer. Test circles
on Tue-day anil Friday evenings; devel
oping circles Wednesday evening. Ad
nii-sion, 25c. At the Itiglesi.lc, 824W S.
Spring. 11 11
MRS. A. E. HARLAND, TuE NOTED
psyohomotrlst—Business and test u:e
-dlom; 'ife readings from jowels, $1; de
veloping circlo Wednesday evening. 1214
S. Hill st. l-G_
REMOVED - MRS. PARKER, CLAlR
vovunt and life reading medium,
business, removals, lawsuits, love affairs,
mineral locations, etc. 23(i' a S. Spring
St.. loom 4. 8-3011
MR. AND MRS. W. H. KINO HAVE
arrived in tho city. They aro well
known mediums and magnetic healers.
Sittings daily. 828W S. Spring, room 0.
MRS. WALKER. GREAT CLAIRVOY'
out and card medium; business aft' lira
a specialty: sittings daily. Rooms 8 anr*
4, 31«.>4 S. Spring st. 11-10
MRS. MAUD FRIETAU, BUSINESS
r,ist medium; sittings daily; circles
Monday and Thursday evenings; room
12, 324Va S. Spring st.
MRS. JENNIE WARREN, TEST ME
dium, has been from Her birth a won
derful medium; sittings daily. 3t-4 8.
Hill St., room 30. li 7
MAD AM NO R M AND, THE MAGN E VlO
healer and lile reading niodium;
develop medium power. [252 Winston st.
THE MEDIUM, MRS. BARNETT,WILL
give sittings dally at Gl3 E. Sixth st.;
circle Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
INSPIRATIONAL CRYSTAL READER,
with clairvoyant split; wonderful.
Cor. E. Twelfth and Beech sts. 11-30
MME. DUVAL, THE WONDERFUL
clairvoyant and medium, gives sit
tings daily. 707-a S. Main st. 12-38 1
MRS. LENZBURG, SPIRTIUAL MB*
dium ; 9 to 5. 751 it. Nintb St., cor.
Clark aye. U-3
DRESS At A KINO
MRS. SON NE— D R ESSMAKER~ OF
Boston; 10 years experience; go out
by tbe day or taKt- work home; reuse lia
ble prices. 444 S. Hill st. _ 11-3_
MRS. HUMPHREY'S DRESSMAKING
parlors, 125 W. Fourtn St., first floor.
Fur garments remodeled acd prices
Sirs", o. a. maxwell—drebsmak.
er; specialty cutting and fitting pood
dresses; prices reasonable. 21GV<S W.
Sixth st. 11-23
mrs. laTvinne ANDERSON-
Prices reasonable; all work guaranteed.
322 S. Spring St., room 9. 11-11
MBS. HAMPTON'S NEW DREBBMAK.
ing establishment; perfeot sstisfao.
tion guaranteed. 635H 8. Spring St., Le
grand bidg. 11-27
SADIE BROWN. THE MOST
tashionable dressmaker in tbe city.
German-American Bank bidg., Fust and
Main sts. ii" 1 ?..
MRS.H. M. PERCIVAL.DREBSMAKER,
211 W First st, room 18, Los Ange
les. Prices from $350 up; fit guaranteed.
WANTED — DRESSMAKER; EXPER.
lenced : will give satisfaction; $2 pef
day. 257 S._Hill it U-18_
STAMPED LINE SB AT CHICAGO
prices. MJSS ALICE JENKB, 410 8.
MRB. A. L. CARLETON, PARISIAN
modiste; work guaranteed. 130 N.
DRESSMAKING----BIJITS MADE "OR
$4 up: open evenings. 3&f>J-i 8- Spring
st \ _____ jj
JUST RECEIVED AT 444 S. SPRING)
St., live stock of imported and do
mestic woolens, from which we a»e pre
pared to make up suits in latest styles and
nt the lowest prices. We are also prepared
to show one of the best lines of woolens
in the city, suitable tor ladies' tailor
made suits, (live ns a call: will please
you as well as save you money. E. W.
E MIL J. LINP, MERC HANT T AI LOR,
room 328 Wilson blk., cor. Spring and
Ei-st sts.; perfect lit guaranteed. 11-20
TJHEJ3LOOMBR BARBEIt HHOF;~SEK
the lady barber, cor. Spring and
Seventh sis. 11-31