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THE BANTAM CHAMPIONSHIP.
Solly Smith and Dan Mahoney to Fight
in Los Angeles.
The coming mill between Dan Maho
nev and Solly Smith is attracting con
siderable attention in pugilistic circles.
The contest will virtually decide the
bantam championship of the coast.
Mahoney is the acknowledged champion
of San Francisco. Smith's reputation
is entirely local, but his admirers are
confident that he iB the coming bantam
champion of the west. He is a Los An
geles boy and has slowly worked his
way to the front. Mahoney enjoys the
reputation of being extremely clever
and is a hard hitter. He is perhaps not
as clever as his San Francisco opponent,
but is certainly the harder hitter. It
remains to be seen whether he is able to
land on bis adversary. At all events,
the mill will keep the quidnuncs guess
ing from now until the eventful night.
The members of the club will see a
great battle, as it will be hot from the
start to finish. The event takes place
next Thursday night at the rooms of the
Pastime Athletic club.
The above is a counterfeit presentment
of Dan Mahoney, tbe San Francisco
champion. He is of slim build and has
a wonderful reach for a man in bis class.
Mahoney has a good record. He beat
Jem Smith in three rounds; Jack Mor
gan in three rounds, and Billy Wallace
in tweutv-four rounds. He next met
Jerry Haley and won after an exciting
tight, in the thirtiethjround. His next
venture was with Joe Murphy. It just
took him five rounds to put his oppo
nent to sleep. He defeated Tom Stark,
Bill (iannon and Daniel O'Brien, in
rapid succession. About this time Ma
honoy was recognized as the coming
bantam fisrhter of the coast. He fought
a four-round draw with Tom Kelley, and
next vanquished Spider Gallagher in
four rounds. He made a ten-round draw
with George Huron and a twelve-round
draw with George Rochette. Mahoney
went for higher game, but met his
Waterloo at the hands of Dal Hawkins.
He made a game fight and stayed with
his doughty opponent twenty-nine
rounds. The San Franciscan loßt his
next battle, but it did not carry with it
any disgrace. Abe Willis, the crack Aus
tralian bantam bested him in ten rounds.
Mahoney is training at Billy Shan
non's place on Washington street, and
is getting into first-class fix. His trainer
is Grant, a young man who came with
him from San Francisco.
This youngster was born in Los An
geles. The above is a capital likeness
and shows his muscular development to
advantage. He is about 20 years old.
His record has been a series of victories,
but lie never yet met as good a mau as
Mahoney. In the mostof his fights lie bas
conceded from three to fifteen pounds.
He beat Billy Smith in seven rounds,
young Moore in five rounds. It took
him just one round to settle Pete Gum
mings of Madera. He next fought a
thirty-two-round draw with Joe Hagan.
His next fight was with Billy Jones of
Woodland. Jones was put to sleep in
the thirteenth round. He sent, young
Abbott to grass in four rounds. His last
light was with young Manning, at the
Pastime club. Young Manning was
hum dv combat before the conclusion of
the sixth round. Special mention should
be made of Smith's light with Hogan.
The latter punished the Angeleffo at the
start, and looked all over the winner.
Smith displayed great pluck and won
derful endurance, and was getting away
with young Hogan, when the lights were
put out by the sports who had bet
against the' Los Angeles boy.
The tight. Thursday night is for a
purse of $400 and the bantam champion
ship of the coast. The men are to weigh
in on the night of the fight at 115
pounds. Smith ia training up at the
Pastime club rooms.
The Pastime club has engaged Billy
Malier as boxing instructor. lie is an
Australian, and is one of the cleverest
men with his dukes in the world. The
club is now negotiating for a match with
Maher.
"Farewell, happy fields, where joy forever
dwells" Oh: there's no need for giving up
those pleasant visits to the country. Ifby
chance you should get chilled, you can avoid
rheumatism by usiug Salvation Oil. Only 25
cents.
abstracts.'
Abstract" and wtle insurance com>
pany of Los Angeles, N. W. cor, Franklin
tort N aw High «tp»»w ral7tf
carriage works.
~ei'w"ffifif, practical cabriaue mTn"-
Ji,. ufacturer, N0.112 S. Los Angelesist Re
pairing solicited. Telephous 501. 11-24)1
THE LOS ANGEIES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1891.
FIVE CENTS A LINE
FOR SALE.
T^Or'sALE^LOT
F near cor. Aliso anil Los Angeles sts.: all
weights warranted; carloadaof hay and sacks
of feed, full weight; belosof hay within 1% P er
cent of tagwelKbt: single bales or sacks weighed
for 5c each; hay Louglit and sold on commis
sion at $1 por ion; seed barrey and wheat in ex
change for hay; seed samples on hand; all
transactions C. O. D.: also 100 acres fine potato
land, free from frost. IJ< miles from railway
station, for rent in lots at tl per acre. JAS.
RUSSELL. 412 X Los Angeles st. Telephone
224. 11 25-lm
j~ j'OR S»LE-GOOD CHANCE; HORSE AND
express w.gou cheap: owner goliix into
other business. Apply at 618 (-Molina street,
two blocks east Arcade depot. 11-22-7t
CGAR BEETS —FOR SALE IN LOTS TO
suit. The best, richest and cheapest feed
for stock Inquire northeast cor. Compton and
Florence ayes., or J.C. MERRILL, No. 105 N.
Bro dwsy. 11-15 lm
AGONS, CARRIAGES. BUGGIES—IF YOU
want to buy, sell or exchange; the largest
6tock in the city to select from. 221-225 Ke
quena St., east of Los Angeles st. 9-20 90t
~ FOR BINT—HODRIS,
dencyto lung trouble should remain during
the winter in this city, but go to tbe mountain
side where the pure water and air, with man;,
conditions favorable to weak lungs, can be
found. We have two nice houses to rent and
some for sale or exchange in Monrovia. Mc-
KOON A GAY, 234 W. First St. 11-20-7t
OR RENT—FIVE ROOM COTTAGE NO.
230 W. Fifteenth st Inquire 216 8
Broadway. M
TpOR RENT—ti ROOM COTTAGE. INQUIRE
Jj 1043 S. Olive. 11-10 tf
OR RENT---HOUBES ALL OVERTHE CITY.
C. A. SUMNER SCO., 107 S. Broadway.
mlO-tf
FOR KENT—ROOMS.
unfurnished rooms and barn for rent.
11-2010
OTEI. LOS ANGELES, MRS. E PIERSON,
Prop.; rooms with housekeeping privileges,
with or without board; dining rooms for those
who wish.. 318 S. I.os Angeles St. 11-26 lm
FOR RENT — HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
sunny parlors, with open fireplaces, en suite
or single; light housekeeuing: also single ro.ims:
bathrooms, hot aud cold water. 704 Sand st,
3d house from Bunker Hill aye , north.
11-25-lm
OR RENT—TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping,on first door. Apply 325 S.
Hill st. 11-25-81
ROOMS NICELY FURNISHED
for light housekeeping, 1025 S. Flower
st. 11-25-7t
Ij^OR^ENT—HOTEL FREMONT, COR. STH
1 and San Pedro, furnished or unfurnished
rooms, $4 io $12 per mo.; housekeeping privi
leges; st. cars pass door. MRS. F. D. BAYLISS.
11 24 tf
17* OR KENT—OFFfCE ROOMS. 4 UNFUR-
n ished rooms; spl jndld location for dress
maker or doctor. S, Maiu St. U.-227t
T7» OR RlF(j T—ABBE MBLV ROOMS FOR
X* school, dancing academy or lodge rooms:
2 1-rgeand 2 small rooms. Cor Fifth and
Olive streets. MRS. J. C. PHILBROOKS. at
Corfu. 11-22 7t
1"70R RENT—DESIRABLE FIjRNISHED
'rooms. 048 S.Olive. 11-14 Sat-Wed if
OR RENT—OFFICES IN THE FINEST
ground floor office room in the city. IN
NES A MANGRUM. 150 S. Broadway. tf
FOR RENT.
F~ OrTrENT—ORBALE, FROIT RANCH.WITH
baUdlngs, on electtic line. 414 E Twenty
third st. 11-25-7t
TABLE, 52 STALLS, 15 BOARDERS; ALSO
house and lot given by paying 7 yrs' rent,
$10prmo. E. NITTINGER, Spring.
11 24 lm
FOR RKNT— FURNISHED UOIfB K!i7~
pt-room cottage, c. first
I St.:s3s.
7- room brick, furnished. Macy St., near
bridge; $25.
9-room house, furnished Washington St.; $40.
O-room cottage, furnished, near First and
Union aye.. $35
5-room cottage, furnished, near Grand aye.
and 30th 5t.,*26.
Also suites of furnished rooms for house
keeping.
NEELY A CONVERSE,
11-26 lm 102 S. Broadway.
FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED HOUSES.
COTTAGE. ALPINE ST.TSI4
• ) 5-room cottage, near 22d and Main: $12 50.
8- room house, Washington St., nice grounds;
$25.
8 room house, Downey and Daly, nice
grounds; $25.
5-toom cottage, Wells and Columbus ayes, $7.
4-room flat, Olive and Tenth st; $10.
6 room cottage, Olive and Tenth st, part fur
nished; $15.
NEELY A CONVERSE.
11-20 lm 102 S. Broadway.
BUSINKSS FOR KXCHANGE.
TjMNE STOfic OF GROCERIES. FLOOR,
V iced. horse and wagon, lor city or country
property
Stcck of millinery goods on Spring St., part
cash, good lot iv city.
NEELY A CONVERSE,
11-96 lm 102 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—LIVE STO CX.
1/OR SAL E—A Fl N E RIDIN GOR DBIVING
Jj pony. Address A. 0. A , 428 Aliso st.
11-24 7t
F~OR SALE—SO HEAD OF V* UNC HORSES
are now ou sale at C. E. CROWLEY'S STA
BLE.**, 235 S. Los Angeles st 1 l-2(i 'it
attorney at law
• rooms 14 und 16 Law building, Los An
geles. Cal. 11-22- im
\ r ARIEL, R. H. F., ROOMS 14 AND 15 TEM
pie block. Telephone 029. 11-20-lm
ERRILL, GSO. W., ROOMS !' AND 10
Phillips block, 145 Springst. 11-22 If
~T MARIIiN BROOKB, LAWYER. OFFICE:
fj • Rooms 28, 29, 30 and 31, Fulton block,
near courthouse, New High St. Telephone
981. 8-11 tf
ACEY&TRASK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Fulton block, 207 New High st , Los Ange
leu, CaL TZ-IS-tf
wineB~a^lT~LYquoks.
RElTiUlHTirvvTl^
wholesale and retail, 35S 8. Springst. Tele
phone 288. 11-26 lm
jTwOOLLACOTT, IMPORTER AND EX
• porter of fine liquors. Send for whole
sale price Ilßt, especially prepared for the holi
day trade. 124 and 126 N. Spring St., L. A.
" 11-26 lm
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
IN CO., INSURANCE AND
• Real Estate Agents. Real CBtate bought,
sold or exchanged; the renting of houses, pay
ment of taxes, and all business entrusted to us
will receive prompt attention. 108 8 Broad
way, Los Angeles, Cal. Reference: Broadway
Bank, Los Angeles. 11-20 7t
WINTER RESORTS.
SITUATED
at base of mountains, 14 miles from Los An
geles, now open for guests. Refurnished and
renovated throughout. Pure mountain water
and first class table Free 'bus meets Santa Fe
trains at Lamanda park. Reliable conveyances
to Wilson's peak. Terms reasonable H. L
KARNARD, lessee and manager, Lamanda park
P 0., Los Angeles Co., Cal, 11-25-tf
INSURANCE.
and insurance, 232 S. Main st. 11 25 lm
INSURE WITH
DOBINBON & VETTER.
H-4 tf 214 South Broadway
MACHINISTS.
MANN A JOHNSON, MACHINE AND
blacksmith shop, iron and brass ca'ting,
tools, models, patterns, millers, shafting, hang
ers, etc. General repairing. Telephone 902.
r>:;4 S. Lob Angeles st. 11-2.V4m
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
C~ ONRATIBCHEREIU GRANITe'TjITUMIN
ousaud asphalt paving. 227 W. First st.
9-112 m
J. KUBACH, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
. Office and shop 419 East Seventh St. Tel
ephone No. 306 tl-t 92
TURNING.
AJ. KOLU 'TURnTngT AND
. band sawing, 220 S. L. A st. All kinds of
fancy and novelty work, banks, offices and
\ stores fitted. 11 26 lm
FIVE CENTS A LINE
FOR SALE—Country Property.
IrtOß SALE OR EXCHANGE—IS ACRES;
! 10in walnuts, for city property or cash.
Apply st W. R. IRELAND. 102 8. Broadway.
11 20 6t
FOR SALE—3 SPLENDID BARGAINS IN
Cueamonga property: plenty of water Ad
dress oH AS. n. KIGGINS. Cueamonga. 11-247t
IM)R ~~SAI F — CHOICE ORANGE AND
" lemon land; 20 por cent cash, longtime,
low Interest; tine rich soil, abundant watei
right, bosutlful location, convenient to schools,
churches and of easy access to the city.
WOOD, CHURCH A KIRKNER, 227 W. First
st , Los Angeles and 12 E. Colorado st., Pasa
dena. 11-20 tf
JOHN F. HUMPHREYS A SON,
109 8. Broadway,
Los Angeles Cal.
(For more than 30 years dealers in real estate.)
We have a long list ol property for sale and
for exchange, money to loan, houses in the
city and ranches for rent.
For sale—Special bargains in ranches in Los
Angeles county. •
Buy the choicest land, with sufticiont water
tor dry seasons, if you expect a profitable in
vestment.
800 acres in wheat and pasture, railroad de
pot on the ranch, $25.
20 acres, Azusa, bearing wslnuts, choice cor
ner, $350.
150 acres, alfalfa and corn ranch, fenced, 3
flowing wells, $60.
10 acres, Azusa, extra orange and strawberry
ranch, $300.
300-acre strawberry and walnut ranch, good
improvements. $150.
998 acres, frostless belt, in win'er vegetables,
strawberries, potatoes, corn, alfalla, piped
water, good buildings, fenced, $100.
10 acres, 1 block outside city, good improve
ments, orchard, $300.
JOHN F. HUMPHREYS A SON,
. 109 Broadway. 11-19 lm
OR SALE—ORANGE ORCHARDS, WAL
nut orchards, deciduous fruit orchards, olive
orchards, dairy or farm ranches, fine city resi
dences, hotels, lodging houses, grocery stores,
hardware business, fruit stands, cigar stands,
meat markets, saloons, bakeries, restaui ants
and all kinds of mercantile business; prices
troni $100 to $100,000; we neither advertise
nor try to sell anything that will not stand the
strictest investigation. NOLAN A SMITH,
228 W. Second. 11-19 7t
1
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE —SEVERAL
thousand acres farming and grazing lands
in Southern California, $3 to $15 per acre; any
amount you want; 160 acres and upwards; big
gest bargains out. J. C. WILLMON, 230 W.
First st. 11-17 14t
FOR SALE—City Property.
I'^oVsALE— NICE" HOUSE, 6 ROOMbCbaTBL
stable, lawn and flowers, near Ninth and
Figueroa: one of the nicest homes iv the city,
at a bargain. HANS'A A WEBB. 204 V
Spring. 11-19 cod
TT'OR SALE-AT A BARGAIN, 80 FEET
JD fronting on K. Seventh st., near Lemon.
Apply 115pj N. Main, mi 1, up-stairs. 11-26 7t
T?OR SALE-NEW 4 ROOM HOUSE, NEAR
J? Macy st; $750, easy terms. WM. MEAD,
209 S. Broadway. 11-21 lm
FOR SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR
sale, rent or exchauge with us; we have
customers for bargains in business and resi
dence property; if you have a bargain we can
sell itfor you. WOOD, CHURCH A KfRK
NER, 227 W. First St., Los Angeles; 12 E. Colo
rado St., Pasadena. 11-20 tf
FOR SALE—CHEAP, A CHOICE CORNER
on Flower St., bet. Pico and Washington sts;
must be sold on account of incumbrance. In
quire of C. S. GILBERT, Room 8, Phillips
block annex. 11-20 tf
61t SALE-A BARGAIN FOR SOME
church, lodge-room, saloon or public hill;
34 hanging lamps, 9 large brass lamps, 6 stu
dent lamps. The above are in good order and
will be sold at about one-third oi cost. Apply
at the Herald office. 10-25-tf
OR SALE —LIST YOUR PROPERTY, SALE
or exchange, and houses to rent, with
CHAS. VICTOR HALL, 223 W. First. 10-6 2m
BDSINESB CHANCES.
1 groceries in a good foothill town; a bargain
If taken noon) For particulars address A., this
oftice. 11-24 7t
SALE—FINEBT LIVERY, SALE AND
1 boarding stable in the city, doing a good
paying business; parties going to Australia.
Apply to P. O. Box 1856, L, A. 11-21 lm
J r OR SALE—GENERAL MERCHANDISE
' store at Covins, Los Angeles county. Call
lor address B. F. EASTMAN, Covlna. 11-17 lm
FOR SALE OR TO RENT—THE SOUTH
Pasadena hotel and "about :4 acres of Im- |
proved land. This property is situated six
miles from Los Augeles, in the city of South
Pasadena, opposite tho Santa Fe depot. The
hotel contains 40 sleeping rooms, ana Is piped
throughout for gas and hot and cold water and
fitted with electric bells. There aro 120 orange
44 apricot, 52 peach, 17 nectarine, 5 quince, 3
almond, 37 apple, 3 pear. 6 plum, 3 prune, 2
fig and 6 loquat trees, and a small vineyard, to
gether with a beautiful garden of flowers and
shrubs. For further particulars address or in
quire of DR. H. F. PITCHER, 17 N. Marengo
aye., Pasadena, Cal. 5-26 12m
TO EXCHANGE.
«7ILL^XC^A^GE—^AT STOKE PROPERTY
T T in Los Angeles for one in San Diego; a fine
central property for a farm in New Jersey: a
grand house, near in, with acreage, for a suit
able farm in Kansas: a modern home, of tbe
best tn this city, for property in San Francisco
or San Rafael. Address CHAS. VICTOR HALL,
Los Angeles. 11-17 lm
excursions.
Ticket Agency, 115 8. Spring St., in front
of the Wleland. Railroad tickets bought, sold
and exchanged. 9-22 lyr
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA RIO GRANDE
route every Friday personally conducted
through to Chicago and Boston. Office, No. 138
South Spring st. 1 tf
C. JUDSON A CO.'S EXCURBIONS~EABT
• every Thursday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Office, 212 8. Spring st.
6-1 tf
OCX" ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS
leave Los Augeles Tuesdays via Denver and
Rio Grande railway. Through Pullman tourist
cars to Chicago via Salt Lake City, Leadvflleand
Denver. For circulars, etc., call on or address
F. W. THOMPSON, 138 8. Spring st. 5-12 tf
SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF ALL
competitors, both in time and distance, lo
all points East. Special tourist excursions Eas<
every THURSDAY. For full information, ai,
ply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A
WARNER. Exc. Manager. 29 N. Boring. 1-1 tf
CHINESE PHYSICIANS.
DR. LEW LONG HARK, PHYSICIAN AND
surgeon, cures all diseases and sickness of
i men, women and children. Consultation free.
466 S. Spring St., cor. sth, Los Angeles, Cal.
Having suffered with pains in my bones for
three years, I went to San Francisco to take
treatment, but to uo effect. I then returned to
Los Angeles and put myself under the care of
Dr. Lew Long Hark and have been entirely
cured by him 1 therefore give this public tes
timonial in his behalf. Any person afflicted
with any serious and difficult disease will be
benefited by calling on the doctor at his office,
cor. Fifth and Bpriug sts . Los Angeles, (Jal. p
PEHRSON, No. 11l Hewitt st, Los Angeles, Cal
11-25 6m
OPTICIANS.
Mil. ALTER, OPTICIAN, 126 8. SPRING
• St., Los Angeles, Cal. 11-26 lm
I/ STOEBAK, OPTICIAN (ANITjEWELER)
JTj. has removed from 501% 8. Spring st. to
511 8. Spring at., 6 doors below. 11-21 lm
FIVE CENTS A LINE ;
BARGAINS IN REAL EST ATI
»ITK TESIRE YOU SHOULD BE QUITE IN- I
TT dependent in your selection of real estate, .
and below we present you some rare plums to
select f rom:
$*)< _W~ Good 5-room house, lot 58x150 ft;
_,UUI" covered w Ith fruit and flowers, barn,
chicken park, etc.; locatlou good and close in.
nrv—On a through business st.; close In:
<VZ iVY lot 40x158 ft to alley, with a good ti
loom house and large bam: this property at a
low cash Value Is worth double this price to
day.
ttKTfIA - House 16 rooms and lot 38x130 ft
«P»7»)U" to a 30 fr. alley, on Hill st, near 3rd st;
this is a gilt edge bargain; come quick or you
lose It. «_
$'i"iAA — House. 7 rooms and bath, hot and
. hXTU cold water, plenty of fruit and flow
ers, bet. 7th aud »lh sts., east of Pearl; the ad
joining lot, without any Improvements, cannot
be bought for the money.
4!(kAA— Fine lot on 21st St.. close to Figueroa
Vfl/U st; worth much more money.
• 1 »)► A— Orange ranch of 17 acres near two
V"r«.»)" good towns: sireet ears pas* il*e door;
good 7 room house, large fine barn, everything
first-class; all budded fruit; far below actual
cash value.
MeGARVIN A BRONSON,
11-24 lm 220% 8. Sprint* st
1r»0R SALE—S33OO, ELEGANT 6-ROOM
! cottage, near 9th and Pearl; mantel, bath,
hot and cold water, stable, etc.
$2000—Fine 5-room house, near 9th and Pearl.
$5000—Elegant IQ-room house, near Figueroa
and CO.
$6000-dutiful home, Hope st, iot 00x10*,
9 rooms.
$3500- 5 room cottage. Hope st , near 9th.
$3500—New 9-room house, near Figueroa and
23d; electric cais.
$5700—Chelce home, 9 rooms, Flower st , near
Washington.
$3500—6 rooms and stable in Bonnie Brae tract
$3000—9 rooms, 24th st., between Main and
Grand aye.
$3100—6 room house, large lot, 15th St., near
Hill.
$950—Cheap lot, Bonsa'lo aye., near 21st.
$900— Bargain; lot, 21st St., between Figueroa
and Grand aye.
$1800- Choice lot, Adam«. near Grand.
$1500—Fine let, Flower, near Adams.
$12»0— Elegaut lot, Alvarado, near 9th.
$.">0()0—100 feet Figueroa, near Wa hington,
$2800—60 feet. Flower St., near Bth.
Cheap, elegant corner, Broadway: income.
Bargain, 25 feet. Spring st , near First; pays
10 per cent BKADSIIAW BROS..
H-213m 101 8. Broadway.
~ s.
TJiOR BALE—
r by—
THE PIRTLE REAL ESTATE AND TRUST CO.,
229 West Second Street,
(Telephone 523.)
Dealers In Real Estate. Stocks, Bonds. Mort
gages and other Securities. Money at cur
rent rates.
A IiRAND AYE. SNAP.
Modern 10 room house, north of 30th st;
cement walks, lawn and flowers, only $3500.
A BAKE nPPOBTI'NIIY.
Bran new cottage of 5 rooms and gocd lot in
southern portion ol city, a few days at only
$1600; $300 cash, bal. $25 per mo.
COZY AND CHEAP.
Cottage of sroomB and lot 60x140—Twenty
third street, close to Grand aye., $2009. Terms,
half cash, balance to suit purchaser,
NBA It WEST LAKE I'AKK.
Lovely cottage of 6 large rooms and every
modern convenience, good barn, cement walks,
lawn, flowers and tropical shrubbery, on clean
side of 80-foot st: only $3500: easy terms.
BI'ILDINO INDUCEMENTS.
Fine lot on Thirtieth st., clean side, between
Maine and Grand, cement walks and fruit
trees; only $700.
lot oa Flower st., 53x160, 80 ft. street, only*
$1000.
HoDe st, near I'tco, 50x155, clean side, $1900
Westf-eventh st ,60 ft, $1350.
West 12th st., 50 ft., $500.
Union aye , graded. 80x140, $600.
FOB A FEW DAYS ONLY.
50x150, Adams st, clean side, % block from
electric Ky, 80 ft .t, graded and cement walks:
only $700.
BAKCAINS IN ACREAGE.
22% acres highly improved, 4% miles from
city, mostly set to assorted fruits iv bearing;
large vineyard, good house of 7 looms, large
barn, reservoir, etc.: altitude over 600 feet:
magnificent view; offered a few days at only
$6000.
30% acres at Santa Ana, all fenced, very fine,
moist soil, only $2500. $500 cosh, ba,auce long
time; good 5-room cottage.
Choice orange land with water, at $150 per
acre. < all for further particulars.
FOB EXCHANGE.
10 acres in Eagle Rock valley, all set to fruit,
mostly in bearing, good 4-roomcottage, etc.,
f.ir property iv south or western part of city,
improved or unimproved; will assume incum
brance. 11-24 lm
SALE—
! BY
W. P. McINTOSH,
144 8. Malnst., Los Augeles, Cal.
Orange groves at Redlands, Bsrtonßnd Men
tone. Choice olive, lemon aud other lands on
6 years and 10 years lime.
11 acres oranges, with heavy crop, and other
fruits, large house a d barn, ana best location
In Redlands: ouly% mile from Redlands post
office: only $15,000.
16 acres in Redlands, all In hearing: 253
oranges, 685 peach, 103 apricot. 100 necta
rines, 11 lemon, 19 apple, 7 figs and 8 wain it
trees, besides 120 budded orange trees and a
nursery of 2000 orange trees; cemented reser
voir on highest earner about 100 feet square; a
beautiful stream of clear mountain water flow
ing along south bouudary for over 1200 feet,
i lived with shade trees, small hou9e and barn;
i price only $8000; terms, $4700 cash, balance
; annual payments at 8 p».r cent interest.
10 acies one mile from center of Redlands.
; all in fine budded oron,;e trees, $6000.
4% acres in tin« budded orange trees on the
I fluest residence street in Redlands, with boau-
I tiful new house, overlooking the whole town
and valley; price, $6000; terms, % cash, bal
ance in 2, 3 and 4 years, at 7 per cent interest,
MENTONE IMPROVED LANDS,
20 acres, all in choicest orange trees, on the
best land at Mentone; price, $20,000.
10% acres in oranges and nursery of 60,000
orange trees, finest of their age iv the world,
grown without any shelter over them, about
10,000 budded to choicest varieties of oranges
and lemons; price only $11,000; half cash, bal
ance 1,2,3,4 and 5 years, at 8 per cent inter
est. The lemon buds in nursery adjoining this
are 8 feet, and orange buds 5 to 6 feet tall at 6
months old.
17% acres 1 block from city of San Bernar
dino, 10 acres of which are in oranges, re
mainder in other fruits; $2000 house, good
barn, plenty water, $12,000; half cash.
UNIMPROVED LAND
lOand 20-acre tracts at Barton ranch, $300
per acre; 10 per cent cash, balance 10 years at
6% per cent interest.
10 and 20-acre tracts at Mentone. $200 to
$300 per acre; 10 per cent cash, balance 6
years at 8 per cent.
160 acres adjoining Crafton, with fine flowing
spring on highest portion, about 30 acres in
grain this year, all fine soil, but portion on side
hill, juat the place for olives, the level portion
finest orange land in the valley; onlys4o per
acre. This is the best located for nice homes,
and cheapest land on the market. Only 1%
miles from R. R.
75 acres in Redlands, railroad station at one
corner: largest orange grove in the county ad
joining it on one side; 10 miners' inches of
water, continuous flow in pipe at one corner;
all land first-class; only $260 per acre; must be
half cash.
CITY PBOPERTY CHEAP FOB CASH.
1 lot, Myrtle avenue, near Pico st., $700 cash.
1 lot, Angeleno Heights, best one vacant,
$1500 cash.
1 lot, Court street, with good barn. $1500;
one-third cash, balance in monthly payment*.
1 lot near Washington and Hoover, $500;
same terms.
1 elegant 2-story house, only 5 minutes' ride
on cable car from BpriDg st., $9000.
1 fine 2-story house, 7 minutes' ride on cable,
$5000.
112-room house, oue Mock from High school,
and 2 fine lots, $7500: finished in hard wood.
1 house and lot on Temple street, 10 minutes'
walk from Bpring street, $3000; easy terms.
Apply to W. P. McINTOSH,
144 South Main street,
11 13 lm Los Angeles, Cal.
BOARD AND LODGING.
ROSSMORE, NO. 416 SIXTH 8T.7 FACING
Slxta-st park; transient and family hotel;
I ward and rooms, $1 to $2 per day; street cars
pass the door; tel. 728. A. M. WILCOX, Pro
priety 11-21 lm
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
RTMfJßlTi^)*^^
State Vet. Med. Ass'n, Tally-Ho Stables,
First and B'dway, oftice tel. 51; night tel. 757.
11-26 lm
RT. WHITTLESEY, D.V.S., GRADUATE OF
• Columbia Veterinary College. Office. St.
George Stable, 510 Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal
Office tel 173; residence tel. 969. 11-20 lm
R. BLACKINTON, VETERINARY SVR
geon and Dentist, 414 8. Broadway, Lcs
Angeles, Cal. Graduate Ontario Veterinary
College. Toronto. Canada. Tel. 337. 11-20 lm
PATENTS, COPY RIGHTS, ETC.
H" AZARD A
block. Tel. 347. I.os Angeles. 11 22-tf
FIVE CENTS ALM
WANTED—HKIP.
TiSocETiTMA^ir^
VX3S unskilled; 2 nova. Information o«>.,
319% g, Spring, Etabllshed 1880 1184 lm
SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR MALK ANeTfE
malc help to the Herman-American Em
ployment Office, No. 107 W. First Ht., Room 3.
L. MAYER, Proprietor. 8-29 6m
WANTED— CITY CANVASSER; 810 COM
mir-wlon; between 10 a m. and 3 p.m.
Room 45. Bonebrake building. 5 10 tl
TENANTED —ALL NEEDING HELP FREE
TT Employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU; established 1830
Office, 319% 8. Spring: residence, 461 S. Hope
st., cor. Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 113
8-16 tf
WANTED—FEMALE HELT
—'fIRBT CLASS TAII.OKRBS;
none but the best need apply. 1. HATCH
A CO., 132 8. Main. 11 -24 7t
C~ holjse
keepcr, 10 girls, housework; 27 ass't'd sits.
E, JIITTINGEK, 319% 8. Spring. Estab. 1880.
11-24 lm
Situation for you at the boston
Female Employment Office, 207 W. 4th st.
11 21 lm
RS. HARDEN, 312 W. FOURTH ST.,
corner of Broadway; gooa help for hotels
and families. ' '__-lU lltt
WANTKD—AGENTS.
WANTED, AGKNTB—HIGH WAGES; AP
ply to 125% 8. Spring street, Boom 12,
bet 2 end 4 p m, 11-22-7t
T\T ~FOR CltT;
ft big pay and high class work; call between
10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Room 45, Bryson-Bonebrake
block. 1-25 12m
WASTED—KIIT'AI lONS-.
man. iust arrived, as a waiter. Call or ad
dress HARRY JOHNSON, 1404 San Fernando
st. 11-26 2t
WANTED— A MAN~WIBHE9 A SITUATION
to do hard or light work of any kind. Ad-
B. W. P , 60, this office. 11 26 2t
-CLERK IN
store or any honorable position by a com
petent youug man. Address WM. CARROLL,
520 S. Spring st 11 -25 ?t
b.
MTACTED^oTr
TT and boy; must be cheap. Address F. B
CHERITKEE, Fourth and Los Angeles st*.
11 27 2t
WANTED— LA RGE-SIZED ROLLING TOP
office desk; must be first class. H. G.
BILLINGS, 213 W. First St. 11-26 3t
ANTED—TO RENT, A RANCH ON
shares, with everything furnished, by a
first-class eastern farmer: satisfaction guaran
teed. Address Box 40, this office. 11-26 4t
ANTED—TO RENT\ FROM 3 TO~S
acres, wi h water, for a hog ranch. Ad
dress X, Box 10, this offloe. 11-26 3t
WANTED— COOK'S H EJtD QU Alt TER S;
freeof charge; California brandy, sc;soup
and beer, sc. GEO. LACOUR, 401 N. Los An
geles St., Los Angeles, Cal 11-25-3 m
WANTED— TO PURCHABE 20 OR 30
work mules, 4 years old and upwards,
weighing 1100 pounds each and upwards.
Address Heniet Land CO., E. L. MAYBERRY,
General Manager, Room 28, Baker Jdock, I.os
Angeles. 11 -10 tf
ANTED -TO SUPPLY EVERYBODY
with kindling, 5 sacks for f 1.00 at the hay
and wood yard, corner Seventh and Olive.
IQ-2 3m
WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME, CHEAP
est place at BURNS', 256 8. Main st.
1-27-tf
PERSONAL.
30, Herald office, not received in time to
meet you; please appoint another meeting.
W. H., Box 30. this office. 11-27 2t
TRICT ATTENTION TO BUSINESS, KEEN,
clear judgment in buying, aud unfaltering
zeal in the prosecution of an nonest, legitimate
trade enable us to place before the public a
well-assorted line of carpets aud floor covering
of all kinds: also a fine selection ol portieres,
silk and lace curtains, drapery, silks and mus
lins, witn'tossels and fr.nge to match. The
above goods, together with various other Hues,
will be found to compare favorably with any
other house, both as to quail tv, price and artis
tic design. W. E. BEESON.22I 8. Spring St.
11-27-lt
|>ERSON«L — THE CHICAGO DENTISTS
X have removed to 431% 8. Spring st. No
change in prices. G. B. HOUSTON, 1) D. 8.,
manager 10-29-lm
MADAM - ! BY
press aid public the greatest cloirvoyant
and magnetic healer iv the United States, lells
past, presentand future: fee, $1. I also cure all
kinds of diseases by my magnetic power;
charges reasonable: don't fail to see me; entire
satisfaciioniguuranteed. 280% 8. Springst.
11-24 7t
RERSONA'L — THE CHICAGO DENTISTS
have removed to their new parlors at 431 %
pnng sti No change in prices. 0. 11. HOUS
TON, D Di 8., manager. 10-20-lm
ry\rl fTrEPORT CURRENT THAT MRS. A. J.
J. Wells ha« retired from the Hotel Ammldou
is untrue. The house is pleasantly located,
newly decorated, has efficient service, and the
best cook in the city. Tourists will find a com
fortahle home, a refined tone, aud fair rates.
Grand avenue cable at the door. Telephone
964. 11 22-tf
REMOVED —MRS. PARKE~R, CLalrVOY
ant. to Vine st , second house from Ver
mont aye. Consultations on business, mineral
locations, life reading, etc. Take Washington
snd Spring st. cars to Vermontkve., go south to
Vine st., noxl door to kindergarten.
rpiME ISCOIN. NO TIME, NO COIN. LIFE
JL is too short! For long life, health and
wealth, take time: pay yourdue, read the Cen
ter Eye, 513% 8. Spring. LEWIS, THE LIGHT,
Longevity Promoter. Strictly business.
11-21 Ot
MADAME RUPERT'S WONDERFUL FACE
bleach, balms, etc., for the complexion.
400 8. Broadway. Call for circular. 11-20 lm
I>ROF STEARNS, THE OLDEBT ABTROLO
gerin the state is at 423 S. Spring st.
11.11-lm
PE RBO NAL—FLORBNCE K. RICH OF
Boston, trance and business medium. Con
sultations given on all business, stocks, min
erals and family affairs; also diagnosis of dis
eases; hours oto 6. 316 US. Spring St., Room,
12. ■ 10-29 lm
PERSONAL — " ECONOMIC PRICES—
Sugar, 25 tbs brown, or 18 rbs white, $1;
10 lbs cornmeal, 20c; 4 tbs rice, 25c; germea,
20c; 6 lbs sago or tapioca, 25c; rolled rye, 15c; 3
Skgs starch or corn st*rch,2sc;6 tbs rolled wheat,
6c; mountain coffee, 25c; 5 lbs good tea, II;
11 cans fruits, $1; 4 cans sardines, 25c; 6 lbs
raisins, 25c; 6 lbs dried peaches, 25c; 4 lbs ap
ricots, 25c; bottle Worcestershire sauce, 15c;.
sack flour 80c; 4 bottles flavoring extracts,
25c; cheese, 20c: hams, 14% c; bacon, 13We;
Liebig's extract meat, 35c. ECONOMIC STORES,
305 8. Springst. 7-stf
Ra PARKER, MEDIUM. CONBULTA
tions on business, speculations, family
affairs, mineral and oil locations, removals,
disease, life reading, etc. 138% S. Spring St.,
Room 15. Hours, 0a m. to 6 p.m. 7-10 tf
MINDREADKR AND FORECASTER.
M~RsT DR.
mindreader and forecaster, has arrived
This lady Is a forecaster of the highest order.
She tells past, present and future with the ut
most truth. Through her wonderful gift of
"second sight" she can reveal the past and un
veil thewfuture. She will astonish yon from
the very outset with her remarkable influence
over your mind. Without trickery, pretense or
sham, but in tbe broad, open light of sober
senses, she will read your life from Infancy to
old age. Through your entire life she will trace
your daily conduct: warn you of impending
disaster; tell you if friends are true or false
guide you in love, marriage and divorce; ad
vise you in business, law and social affairs; re
stores lost affections and unites the separated;
removes evil influences and arms yon with a
magnetic charm that no ordinary circum
stances cau resist. Through her wonderful
magic mirror you can see your future husband,
wife, enemy or friend. She remains a short
time only; don't fait to see hor; parlors so ar
ranged you will meet no stranger; letters con
taining (1 will receive prompt attention. Office
hours, 9a. iv. to 9 p. m., Sundays included.
142 South Main street, rooms 87 and 88.
1110-lm
CARPENTERS AND JOBBKRS.
~f~r3TFYTcEils2oljrLo^
fj • niture repairing a specialty. Satisfaction
guaranteed. 11-26 lm
' NURSES.
TRATNED
nurse. 502 8. Broadway. Tel. 926.
li 14 lm
CARRIAGE WORKS.
• class work guaranteed. Tel. 405. 11-92-lm
*.* j-iflSr'i-' ■ • ■
FIVE CENTS A LINE
FINANCIAL.
$1,500,000
TO LOAN AT R. O. LUNT'B
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
227 W. Second St., Adjoining Heiald offloe
CHEAP MONEY.
Agent for the •
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of San Francisco. Jul tf
IJAOIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANB MONEY
In any amount! on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on pianos
without removal, diamonds. Jewelry, sealskins,
bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop*
erty of value; also on furniture, merchandise,
etc., In warehouses; partial payment* received
money without delay; private office* for con
sultation; will call If desired; W. X. DsGROOT,
Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 Booth
Spring it, opposite Nadeau hotel. 7-29tf
*Sl IIA/l AND UPWARD, ON REAL ESTATE.
•JMm.rU Apply to CHAS. VICTOR HALL, 223
W. First street. , 11-3-tf
113 8. BROADWAY.
Money to loan on improved city aud conn
try property at lowest current rate. 7-9 tf
, .JWJ ***rrt TO LOAM
la 110,000 and $20,000 lots,
AT VERY LOW HATES.
420 8. Main st. 8-4 tf
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, DlA
mpndi, watches, Jewelry, pianos, seal
asms, live stock, carriages, bioycle* and all
I,?™ 0 .?!™ 01 — and collateralseenrlty. LEI
BBQB., 402 8. Spring, mlB-tt
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commiMion, at prevailing rates of Inter
est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 B. Main it
8-1-U
EDUCATIONAL.
LOS
sexes, students received at ant' time.
Full regular advantages. Music, art, elocu
tion, shorthand and typewriting. Military
drill and Delsarte. CALVIN EBTERLY, Pres
ident. P. 0. box 2893. 8-1 tl
RS NANNIE CATCHING, PIANO, GuT
tar, banjo and voice culture. 055 8. Spring.
10-4 tf
PROF. A. WILLHARTITZ GIVES MUSIC
lessons at Room 37, California Bank build
ing, southwest corner Second and Broadway,
and at residence ot pupils. Residence, 157 VV.
Twenty-eighth st. 9-3 3m
UDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
Arts, V M.C.A. building. 7-8 tf
THE LOS ANGELES JBUSINEBB COLLEGE
and English Training School (Incorporated).
144 3. Main St., Los Angeles. Superior ac
commodations: complete courses In book
keeping, shoithand, typewriting, penmanship,
telegraphy, English and assaying; thorough
daily class drill and close personal attention;
frequent reviews; call and inspect our facili
ties and method of doing work; write for cir
culars. B. R. Shrader, President; F. W. Kel
sey, Vice-pres't; I. N. Inskeep, Soo. 8-16 Iyr
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE
AMD I
SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHIC AND PEN
MANBHIP INSTITUTE
245 8. Spring st., Los Angeles, CaL
The leading commercial school of Southern
California. Day and evening sessions.
For catalogue call at the college, or address
HOUGH, FELKBR A WILSON,
7-5 3m Proprietors.
SCHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL,
Engineering, Surveying, Architecture
Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILLBN
723 Market st.. Ban Francisco. Send toretr
culars. 12-1012 m
SPECIAL NOTICE. .
Pa7.IFoIiNIA~HbT^
\J and gents' hats cleaned, dyed and reshaped;
tbe latest styles and first-class work guaran
teed. Thurston Steam Dye Works in connec
tion. Tel. 682. 264 3. Main st. 11-241—,
T/ERTIUZERS FOR LAWNS—THE SEASON
JT has now arrived when, to get a good lawn
and to keep it good, It Is necessary it should be
dressed with some kind of fertilizer. We
therefore advice our friends to use our care
fully prepared lawn fertilizer, it being cheaper
than stable manure. No weeds, no smell,
easllv applied, aod will be found to produoe a
most steady and pleasing growth. Put up in
25c, 50c and $1 bags. Nitrate of soda, pure
dissolved bones, bone meal and superphos
phate always on ' hand. GERMAIN FRUIT
CO., Baker block. Los Angeles. 10-23 d.tw
OTICE-A. LORRAIN, PROPRIETOR OF
the City Bteam Dyeing and Cleaning works
and office have removed to 343 8. Broadway.
1117 Ira
OEWING MACHINES—A. W. UPTON WILL
O buy, sell, rent and repair all kinds of sew
ing machines. All work guaranteed. 417 S
j Spring st. 11-8-lm
NATURAL HEALING, MASSAGE AND
bathing rooms. Massage treatment by the
! latest Improved methods. LUDWIG GOBS
MANN German masseur, 321% 8. Spring street,
rooms 6 and 7. 11-4-lm
HE GREAT INDIAN RHEUMATIC CURE
is the greatest discovery made within the
I last 100 years In patent medicines. For sale
by a.! leading druggists 10-17 12m
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELEB CITY WATER
Company will strictly enforce the follow-
I ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are between
| 6 and 8 o'clock a. in., and 6 and 8 o'clock p. ra.
i For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be
i charged before water will beturned on again.
aul7-tf
phvsicTambT
SR. CH A M LE yT
. 211 W. Ann st. Office. 129 S. Spring st.
Cure guaranteed. No knife or pain. Blood,
skin aud all catarrhal diseases cured. 11-8-lm
DR. SALISBURY HAS REMOVED HIS
office to the Y. M. C. A. building, on Broad
' way, south of Second st. 11-6 tf
DR. A. E GREHHAM, 119% S. SPRING ST.
Telephone 533. 1027 lm
R. LELIA LATTA, 124% 8. SPRING ST.
Diseases of women and nervous diseases a
specialty. Office hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 3 to 5
and 7 to 8 p. m. 10 14 2m
R. C. EDGAR SMITH. "
Established 1883.
FEMALE AND RECTAL DIBEABEB
A specialty. Piles cured in from live to fif
teen days without the knife or detention from
business. Office, corner Main and Seventh.sts..
Robarts block. TeL 1031. 9-11 tf
DR. H. ARENSBERQ, GRADUATE OT
University of Berlin. Private. Blood and
nervous diseases a specialty; disorders of the
genito urinary organs of the most obstinate
character thoroughly and speedily cured. Of
fice: Room 10, Ramona hotel, corner Spring
and Third sts. Office hours from 0 to 12, 2 5,
7-8 p.m. 7-7 tt
SBECCA LEE DORBBY, M. D. OFFICE
No. 107% N. Main st. Special attention given
to obstetrics, diseases of women, especially
nervous troubles and diseases of children.
Hours 9to 11 a. m. and 2t04 d. m Telephone
813- Je2-tf
M HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D., M.0.P.8.0.
• specialist in diseases of the head, throat
and chest; also females; compound oxygen and
medicated inhalation*used In all diseases of
the respiratory organs. Offloe 187 8. Broad
way, Los Angeles.
MRS. DR. WELLS, 127 EAST THIRD ST.
Specialty, disease* of women. Many
years of successful painless method* in rectal
diseases.
RS. DR J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
wifery. Ladles cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue aye. m 28 tf
DENTISTS.
DR.
8. Spring st. 11-25-tf
FRANK V. McBEATH, BSNTIBT, 230% 8.
Spring St., Boom 1, Workman blk. 11-14 tf
G. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, NO. 131
• N. Spring St., rooms 1 and 2, Phillips
block, Los Angeles, Cal. g mlfrtf
R. G. KNE~PPEK, DENTIST, NO. 126 W
First st„ old Wilson block. 6-31 tf
W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
• it*., Wilson Dlock; take elevator; teeth
filled and extracted without pal n; gold crown*
and bridge work a specialty. Room 36. m4tf
DR. TOLHURBT, DENTIST, 108% N.BPRINB
at... rooms 2. 6 and 7. Painless extract""
AND BONDS.
TF YOU" DESIRE TO IoAN
1. money, buy or sell bonds, stocks, mort
gages or other securities, or make good invest
ments, call on THE PIRTLE REAL ESTATE
AND TRUST CO ■ 229 W. Sioond st 11 7 tf
FINISHERS.
PARMIAN T)y£wORKB, 374 S-HkLirH
street. Best dyeing in the olty. 1-18 tf
M^Sf o^* 11 STEAM DYE-WORKB,
241 Franklin *t. Pine dyeing and clean.
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