AND OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. .
Will be inserted in the columns of the DAILY j
Be per line per day.
30c per line per week. (
("51 per line per month.
Special rates for a longer period.
ttmf Persons wanting situations, help, or ;
who wish to rent, buy or sell property, will do
well to advertise in these columns. ,
Fourth and Los Angeles streets. bovingiy
yours, BABY. 12-14 2t .
I*OR A HOLIDAY PRESENT, TRY ONE [
of our beautiful Fur Rugs, or a nice Daghes- ,
tan or a Smyrna. A nice Plush Rocker or Easy .
Jhair is also a sensible aud useful gift. Parlor
Tables, fancy De-ks or Bookcases are "not to
oe sneezed at," and will go as far toward mak
lnga merry Christmas as anything you can
buy. Prices within the reach of all. W.E. •
Beeson, 221 8. Spring St. 12-13 It <
IS3 BOWMAN WILL ORGANIZE A. CLASS i
of beginuers at her dancing school, south
west corner Main and Fifteenth, on Friday i
evening, January Bth; those wishing to join
can see her on Tuesday and Wednesday eves, (
at school or address 117 E. 28th st. 12-8 lm
PERSONAL — RALPHS BROS - GOLD BAR ,
Flour, $1.40; City Flour, $1 00; Brown
Sugar, 20 lbs $1; White Sugar, IS lb* $1.00: .
4 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans salmon, 2oc; 50
bars Soap, $1: eastern Gasoline. 90c, and Coal ,
011, 85c; 2 lbs Corned Beef, 15c; Pork, 10c; ]
Lard. 10 lbs, 90c; 5 lbs, 45c. 601 S. Spring St.,
cor Sixth. 12-2 3m
ADA ME RUPPKRT, WONDERFUL FACE
bleach, balms, etc., for the complexion.
400 S. Broadway. Call for circular. 11-20 lm
I PERSONAL—HUMPHREY, 507 S. SPRING
si., sells all kinds of goods on weekly pay
ments of 50c. 12-4 lm
ER-ONAL—MRS. LENZBERG, SPIRITUAL
medium, 430 N. Heaudry aye, near Temple.
it RSO N AL —HIGH EST PRICES PAID FOR
misfit and second-hand clothing. M.
MEYER, 40i N. Main St. 12-3 tl
ERSONAL—MEDIUM, 236W 8. SPRING ST.
MR3. M K. WEEKS-WRIGHT, 12-3 tt
CHICAGO DENTAL ROOMS — TIIE REAL
painless dentists have come to stay. Lo
cated oa second floor, at 8. Spring st. In
order to introduce their work, for the next
thirty days will do all kinds of dental work
for 10 per cent, above cost of material. All
work guaranteed the very best. Teeth extract
ed without pain by our new system. Examin
ations free of charge. G. B. HOUSTON, D.D.S.,
PEE.SON AL—FLORENCE X RICH OF
Boston, trance and business medium. Con
sultations given on all business, stocks, min
erals and family affairs; also diagnosis of dis
eases; hours 9to 6. :ilt>)4 S, Spring st., Room
12. 12-1 21t
REMOVED —MRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOY
ant, to Vine st., Becond house from Ver
mont aye. Consultations ou business, mineral
locations, life readiug, etc. Take Washington
and Spring st. cars to Vermont ► ye., go south to
Vine St., next door to kindergarten.
DOCTOR STANBBURY, 431},' SOUTH
SPRING St. 11-28 lm
ROF STEARNS, TIIE OLDEST ASTROLO
gerin the state itMit 423 8. Spring st.
IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL — THE CHICAGO DENTISTS
have removed to 431}$ 8. Spring st. No
change in prices. G. B. HOUSTON, D. D. 8 ,
B RSO NAL — " ECONOMIC PRICES-
Sugar, 25 lbs brown, or 18 rbs white, $1; I
10 lt>s eorumeal, 20c; 4 rbs rice, 25c; germea,
20c; 6 lbssagoor tanioca, 25c; rolled rye,lsc; 3 i
pkgß starch or corn Rtarch,2sc ;6 rbs roll ed wheat,
25c; mountain coffee, 25c; 5 rbs good tea, $1;
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, 13]_c;
Llebig's extract meat, 35c. ECONOMIC STORES,
305 8. Spring st. 1-5 tl
Ra PARKER, MEDIUM. CONSULTA
tIons on business, speculations, family
affairs, mineral and oil 1 locations, removals,
disease, life reading, etc. 138}$ 8. Bpring st..
Room 15. Hours, 9a m. to 6 p.m. 7-10 tf
LOST AND FOUND.
I- OST—TWO POINTER PUPS, ONE LEMON
and white, tlii? other liver and white; will
pay suitable reward. J. li. Keifer, care oi
Troy Laundry Co. 12-12 3t
OST—TUIjRSDAY, DEC. 10TH.BETWEUN
> the Summit and Wilmington, two year-
Hugs, one steer and one heifer;'color of steer
dark red: heifer brindle color; no brands or
marks. Send word to office of Hancock Ban
ning. Los Angeles, or to J. B. Banning, Wil
mington. Finder will receive suitable reward.
12 12 lot i
S^TRAYED— ONE BAY HORSIT ,
on foreleg and breast, with star in forehead
and weight about 950 pounds. Finder please
address 790 SAN PEDRO St. 12-14 2t
STRAYED~FR')M 2701 ORCHARD AYE.,
Harper tract, Thursday evening, December
10th, one browu clipped horse, with cut on
ear, with blankets, 2 circingles and halter; a
suitable reward will be given by notifying 8.
R HcFarUnd. 331 s. soring «t, 12-18 tf
VroriOE - STOCKHOLDERS' M KKTINQ-- i
IN Notice is hereby given that the regular
aunual meeting of the stockholders of the j
Southern Calif irnia National bank, of I.os An- 1
gcles, Col., will be held at the parlors of said t
bank, in the city und county of Los Augeles, 1
state of California, oh Monday, the 11th day of
January, 1592, between the hours of 2 p. m.
and l p. m. of said day, for the put pose of 1
electing a board of directors for the ensuing
year,aud the transaction ofßueh oilier business
as may come before it, that day having been
designated by the by-laws of the corporation for
that purpose. All stockholders are requested
to be present at that time. WM. F. BOSBY
Dated Los Angelas, Deo. 11, 1891. 12-9 6t
mHE GRAND VIEW, AT MONROVIA, 18
X miles from Los Angeles, is oue of the most
comfortable and homelike hotels on the coast.
Monrovia is one of the most healthy spots, and
the motto ot the proprietors of the Grand View
isthatuverv guest shall be comfortable and ;
satisfied. The rates arc reasonable. Take
Santa Fe or Rapid Transit train. 12 5 tf
OIERRA MADRE VILLA HOTEL, SITUATED .
Cr3 nt base of mountains. 14 miles from Los An
geles, now ooeu 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
BARNARD, lessee and manager, Lamanda park
P 0., Los Angeles Co , Cal 11-25-tf ,
VCr '"hT"aRENSBERG, GRADUATE OF
Xf University of Berlin. Private. Blood and
nervous diseases a specialty; disorders of the
genito urinary organs of tho most obstinate
clittracter thoroughly aud speedily cured. Of
flee: Room 4 Breed block, 30SU 8. Spring st
Office hours from 9 to 12, 2-5 7-8 p.m. '-7 U
DB WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT
surgeon lo the New York hospital; practice
limited to surgery and eenito-urmary 'lijeases
175 N, Spring St. Tel. 73. l<l->) (,m
a7"LELIA LATTA, 8. BPRING ST.
Diseases of women and nervous diseases a
specialty. Oflice hours: 10 to 12 B.tn, 3 tos
and 7 to 8 p m. 10 14 im
rTc. EDGAR SMITH.
FEMALE AND RECTAL DISEASES
A soecialty. Piles cured In from five to tt
ieeTdavs without the knife or detention from
msiness Office, corner Main and Seventh.sts.,
Robarts block. Tel. 1031. ? 11 " .
7»KRIirCA7L.KK DORSEY, M. D. OFFICE
R No 107U N Main St. Special attention given
t, r obstetrlcsl diseases of women, especially
nervot lU troubles and dJjejMi
Hours 9 to 11 a. m. and 2t04 D. m Telephone
■mF'HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D., M.C.P.B.C.
M ■ specialist in diseases of the head, throat
H\ chesualso females; compound oxygen and
medicated inhalations used In a l l , 1 7 d ' Bea B B r e ? g S'
the respiratory organß. Office 137 8. Broso
•way. Los Angeles. .
oa DR WELLS, 127 EAST THIRD ST.
Specialty? diseases of women Many
years Sf successful painless methods in rectal
iSil7B _ J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MID
wifery. Ladies cared for during confine.
meut at 727 2^ t j_
G U uurse WE SO2 S.Broadway. Tel. 921,
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14. 1891.
FOR KALE —City Property.
Xj room house, a choice location In Bust Los
Ange.es. Inquire of owner. 923 Hawkins.
12 13 2t
Ij>Oß SALE—I 9 A MONTH. NO INTEREST,
1 2 lot* and house, $100; 5 minutes from cars.
K. NTTTINGKK, 319}$ 8 .spring. 12-24 lm
IT«.OR SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY, SALE
1 or exchange, and houses to rent, with
CHAB. VICTOR HALL. 223 W.Flrst. 12-6 lm
IfOR SALE-NEW 4-ROOM HOUSE, NEAR
'Maeyst: $750, easy terms. WM. MEAD,
209 S. Broadway. 11-21 lm
OK SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR
sale, rent or exchange with us; we have
customers for bargains in business and resi
dence property; if you have a bargain wo can
sellitfor you. WOOD, CHURCH & KIRK
NER, 227 W. First st , Los Angeles; 12 E. Colo
rado st., Pasadena. 11-20 tf
rTtOR SALE—CHEAP, A CHOICE CORNER
1 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. 11-2Q tf
HOUSE ON* JEFFERSON ST.,NEAR GRAND
aye, 8 rooms, lurnished, for Bau Francisco
or Oakland property.
A 5-room cottage, East First st; large lot, well
improved, for Win onsln property.
Good first-class city property to exchange for
a stock ol drugs in the city.
4 acres at Downey, well improved, lor stock
of goodsof almost any kind in city.
Good acreage pr operty for live stock.
Good acreage property for East Los Angeles
house and lot.
2 lots near Arcade depot for lot in southwest
part; will pay cash difference.
Furniture In a 20-room lodging house, lease
and good will for city properly; location the
NEELY & CONVERSE,
102 S. Broadway (Basement).
P, S.—List your property witfi us for quick
returns, city, country or rental. Yours for
business, N. &C. 102 8. Broadway, 11-20 lm
EXCHANGE—VACANT LOTS IN LOS
Angeles for a good, clean stock of drugs.
Address Thomas Lloyd. University P. O.
1"1*55I "1*55 EXCHANGE — TWO STALLIONS.
' young; (one direct son of NUTWOOD: one
by BE I FORD, a ton of WOODFORD PILOT;)
for real estate in Southern California. Apply
to or adaress C. D. NEWTON, Fashion Stables,
219 E. First street, Los Angeles. 12-U-3t
OR EXCHANGE OR SALE—Ii RAZING
lauds, K'o ranches farm lands, with springs
of water; lots, notes and mortgages, diamonds,
etc., etc. J. C. WILLMON, 230 W. First st.
\YTILI. EXCHANGE—A STORE PROPERTY
Vv in Los Angeles for one in Sau 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 the
best in this city, for property in San Francisco
or San Rafael. Address CHAS. VIJTOR HALL,
Los Angeles. 1117 1m
f cottage of (> rooms, completely furnished,
including piano, bath and gas. Call SOI W,
Seventh st, corner Flower. 12-10 4t
OR RENT—HOUSES ALL OVKRTHE CITY.
C. A. SUMNER & CO., 107 8. Broadway.
MRS. E PIERSON,
Prop.; rooms with housekeeping privileges,
with or without board; dining rooms for those
who wish. 318 S. Los Angeles st. 11-26 lm
TT-OIT RENT—TWO NICE ROOMS, FUR-
X' nished or unfurnished. 1111 Myrtle aye;
a new cottage. 12-10 71
I?*OR RENT—ONE FURNISHED SUNNY
1 room for man and wife or gentlemen. 503
W Second St., cor Olive. • 12-9 tf
HE VIRGINIA, OLIVE ST., BET. STH AND
(ith sts: rooms at moderate rates. MRS J.
C. PHILBROOKS, Prop. 11-28 2m
rpHR CORFU, ROOMS AND FAMILY DIN-
X ing parlors, 130V$ S. Spring St.; $1.25 to $2
per day: meals, 25c. 11-2S2m
XfOR RENT—FRUIT RANCH ON SHARES;
JD every foot of land to fruit; tenant must
thoronghly uuderstand all kinds of fruit; best
of references required: apply between 1 and 2,
no other time. JohnC. Bell. 224 South Los
Angeles st . in rear of Cathedral. 12 It 5t
FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSES.
Q-ROOM HOUSE, BEAUTIFULLY FUR-
O nished, with horse and buggy, Washington
7 other furnished houses, from $20 to $100
Also rooms and parts of houses suitable for
NEELY A CONVERSE.
11-26 lm 102 S. Broadway (Basement.)
BUSINESS FOR EXCHANGE.
NICE CLEAN STOCK OF GROCERIES;
good location, doing fine businebs; some
cash, balance city or country property; will in
voice about $2500
NEELY & CONVERSE,
11-20 lm 102 8. Broadway (Basement).
CLEARANCE SALE OF SECOND-HAND
tools, stoves, organs, buggies, carts, wagons,
harness, etc.; no reasonable offer refused; old
rigs exchanged. E. MOAT, 401 8. Broadway.
17-OR SALE—LOS ANGELES HAY MARKET,
1 near cor. Aliso aud Los Angeles sts.; all
weights warranted; carloads of hay and sacks j
of feed, full weight; balesof hay withiu 714 per j
cent of tag weight; single bales or sacks weighed i
forsc each; hay bought and sold on commis
sion at $1 per ton; seed barley and wheat in ex
change for hay; seed samples ou haul; all
transactions c.'o. I).; also 100 acres fine potato
land, tree from frosi, milc-t from railway
station, for rent in lots at $t per acre. JAS.
RUSSELL, 412 N Los Augeles st. TelepHone
224. 11-25 lm
UGAIt BEETS—FOR SALE IN LOTS TO
suit. The best, richest and cheapest teed
for stock fnquire northeastCOr. Compute,and
Florence avea., or J. C. MERRILL, No 108 ft.
Bro dway. 11-15 lm
TYXAGOSS, CARRIAGES. BUG CUES—IF fOU
YV want to buy, sell or exchange; the largest
stock in the city to select from. 221-225 He
quena st ,east of Los Angeles st 9-20 90t
FOR SALE —LIVE STOCK.
I" or"sale— fink ukool make, in foal
•by Raja; also 2-year-old filly, top buggy
aud harness; great bargain. Inquire 527 W.
Seventh st. I"-l 1 in
U*UIiTON ENGINE WORKS—LOS ANGELES
P agents Babcock & Wilcox boiler, Goubert
tubular heaters, Dodge wood split pulleys.
Telephone 661. 12-4 lm
MECHANIC*' MILL, NUHI.LE &. NICOL
flaning Mill Co., manufacturers of sash,
doors, bliuds, etc., 119-135 S. Alameda SC.,
near First, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 79;
P.O. Box 231. 12-3 lm
lOSI OS ANGELKB CRACKER. CO., MANUFAO
j Hirers of all kinds ,of crackers; the largest
steam Ink try in Southern California: corner
Aliso St. and AHso road, Los Augeles, Cal. P.
O. Box 652: telephone 117. 12-3 lm
LOS ANGKLE4 SOAP CO—ESTABLISHED
lStio. Manufacturers of toilet and laan
dry soaps, 558 Iro 570 Bansdng Bt. and 709 K.
FirSt St., Los Angeles, Cal. 12-3 lm
OOUTIIKKN CALIFORNIA CRACKER CO — |
n The largest steam Bakery in southern Cali
fornia: manulaotureraof all kinds of crackers,
507-509 Aliso st., Los Aageles, Cal.; telephone
G4S 12-3 lm
/CALIFORNIA VINEGAR AND SICKLE
\J Works —Pure wine piekleand cider vinegar
nianuficiu ed; also pinkies, cider and- sauer
kraut. 555 Banning si. near Kir«t and Alame
da sts , Lis Angeles, Cal! telephone 359.
( \ T. HANLY it UtvTsTRAM COFFEE AND
VT« spice mills, teas a specialty: flavoring ex
tracts, .baking powders, tea, coffee and spice
cans, starch, toilet soaps etc, SI 8 Upper Main
st, Los Angeles, Cal; telephone 59. 12-3 lm
A J. KOLL, TURNING, SCROLL AND
I V. band sawing, 220 S. L. A si. All kinds of
fancy and novelty work, banks, offices and
stores fitted. 11-26 lm
;j"?3i it AND E.OIHHNO.
ROSSMOKE, NO 416 SIXTH ST., FACING
Sixtn-st park; transient and family hotel;
board and rooms, $1 to $2 per day: street cars
pass the door; tel. 728. A. M. WILCOX. Pro
prietor. . 11-21 lvi
CTfY WIRE WORK CO—BIKSCAR BROS ,
Proprietors, 334 N. Main. Ornamental of
fice railings, skylights, screens, wire sign",
etc., etc. Telephone 908, 12-3 lm
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
JOHN F. HUMPHREYS & SON, 1
109 8. Broadway, j
Los Angeles. Cal. ]
Wo have a long list ol property for sale 1
or exchange, money to loan, houses In the '
city ami ranches for rcut. 1
FOR SALE. (
Special bargains In ranches in Los Angeles !
998 acres, frostless belt, In winter vegetables '
strawberries, potatoes, corn, alfalfa, piped 1
water, gixid buildings, fenced, $100; an elegant 1
ranch for colony subdivision. 1
Buy the choicest land, with sufficient water i
for dry seasons, if you expect a profitable in- '
800 acres in wheat and pasture, railroad de- !
pot on the ranch, $25.
20 acres, Azusa, bearing walnuts, choice cor
150 acres, alfalfa and corn ranch, fenced, 3 !
flowing wells, $60.
10 acres, Azusa, extra orange and strawberry
300 -icre strawberry and walnut ranch, good
improvements. $150. That portion in straw
I berries last winter paid over $400 per acre
In December and January, and will all pay the
same wheu planted out to same, with toma
toes, peas, etc., anl shipped east In winter.
I OR EXCHANGE.
7 acres this side Westlake park, overlooking
same, near to 2 car lines; choice for two fine
homes or subdivision; will take a choice rauch
aud pay difference.
AlsoanS-ro m house lose in, and 10 acres
on Boyle Heights for an improved ranch.
for sale in the citv—(Among our best bar
2 lots on Ellis aye., a corner, 180 feet deep,
Lot on 31st, near Main, $500.
A choice home, San Julian st, near Bth, street
grad. d, bearing fruit, $1700; long time.
Business properly on Main, Bpring and
Broadway. Residences and vacant lots iv all
parts of the city of all values and terms to suit.
FOR KENT IN CITY.
3 furnished and 5 unfurnished houses.
Large and small ranches in this county; call
JOHN F. HUMPHREYS & SON,
109 Broadway 11-19 lm
In part or as a whole, about 400 acres on
Anaheim road, one mile west of SanU Fe
Springe, all under ience and in cultivation;
suitable for alfalfa, corn, barley, etc.; good im
provements, outhouses, barns, etc., and an ex
cellent opportunity for farmer, dairyman,
stockraiser, etc.; to the proper party terms and
WESLEY CLARK, 127 W. Third st.
ARGAINS IN CITY PROPERTY THAT
cannot be secured much longer, for they
5-room cottage. East Los Angeles, 2 blocks
from Downey cable, $550.
A lot on Rich sr, near Pico, $575
A lot on New Hampshire st, neaT Washing
ton, $375. s
A magnificent lot on corner 11th and Olive
sts, very cheap
And others that will increase in value imme
Call and see our exchange list, both city and
country property, including California and
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED SECU
WANTED—HOUSES TO RENT.
We have constant inquiry for well located
houses and cottages, in goo I repair, and are m
need of a number of furnished and unfur
nished places for desirable aoplicauts.
We always sympathize with those hunting
houses to rent; it Is hard work, and to assist
such would say we keep a minute description'
of each house, which we will take pleasure in
F. H. PEIPER & CO.,
12-4 lm IPS 8. Broadway.
H KENNEDY it CO., 228 W. SECOND ST.
• Buy, sell and exchange real estate. Offer
for the consideration of close cash investors
one of the most productive alfalfa ranches in
Southern California, consisting of about 100
acres, 70 of which is in a most excellent stand
of alfalfa, which has been cut 5 times this sea
sou; 7-room house, Sowing wells, etc.; 6 roih s
from the city; under good management will
pay $3000 per year or over; must be sold; can
lie had at a low figure; investigate or you lose
a golden opportunity.
27 acres full bearing walnut grove, 10 miles
from city, nothing finer; will pay 20 per cent
on the investment; at a low price for a few
Carriage to show property. 11-12 lm
|7<OR SALE—S33OO, ELEGANT 6-ROOM
X: cottage, near 9th and Pearl; mantel, bath,
hot and cold water, stable, etc.
$2000—Fine 5-room house, near 9th and Pearl.
$5900— Elegant 10-room house, near Figueroa
$B(loo—Beautiful home, Hope St., lot 60x165,
$3500-5-room cottage. nope st , near 9th.
$3500—New 9-room house, Dear Figneroa and
23d; electric ears.
$5700—Cheice home, 9 rooms, Flower St., near
$3500—brooms *nd staMe In Bonnie Jirae tract.
$3600—9 rooms, 24th st., Wtween Sain and
. Grand aye,
$31ix»—b room house, lajgn lot, 15th. St., near
$950—Cheap lot, Bonsallo aye., near 21st.
fOOO— Kar;;«in; loi, 21st at., between Figueroa
and Grand aye.
*1800—Choice lot. Ad(iiu«. near Gran i.
■Csoo—Fine lot, Kower, near Adams
$1 21 0— Elegant lot, Alvarado. near O'.h.
JSO'lO—loo feet Figueroa, sesr Washington.
$2800—till :ei-t. Flower St., near Bth.
Cheap, elegant comer. Broadway: income.
Bargain, 23 feet,. Spring s4 , near First; pays
11-24,3 m lot S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—Country Property.
CjWRSALE-i iiavicoi.ie-.nt AH"-':i' ro he"
r foreclosed, and must sell 20 acres lm centre
of Lankershim ranih for JO5 per aril*. This
la:ul cost him $100 per acre last year. You
unset see this- Address Jay IE Huuter.a.ttomev,
lirysou-Bonebrake liock. T2-13-lt"
ITOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—EASY TERMS,
X 1 free of Incumbrance, a fine 80 u<ire alfalfa
ranch near Long Beach; good house and bam,
corn cribs, chicken houses, etc.; 38> acres in
alfalfa, 2% asres or«Mard, balance iv corn; et
n bargain; wiil takenity property. HANNA it
WTJ3B, 204 N. Spring. 11-18 cod
WANT TO BUY SOISE RHALI.y"
good productive;, well improved fruit farms,
or property to- exchange frr rhe same,
ca,M ou or address. "*. 11. Wethcobee. 108 s.
Broadway. 12-13 2t
i? cheap lands
Far cultivation of oranges, lemons, walnuts,
' Ogt, apricots and ait
ctmtis ax> DKcmuorjs trots,
corn, alfalfa aud vegetables,
$40 TW $65 PER AC AM. ,
We still have 1100 acres unsold In our
A -CAHKI!* HDMESTEAP URAtT,
Which al.oins the town of AnaJjeim, 50 miv
tics from 'Los Augeles; school*, ehorches, rail)
loadstatleo on tract; 1100 acres sold ami im
proved during pest year. Fob full
lee tbe owners.
S TAN lON & VAN ALSTINE, 111 8. Broadway.
T7URST-CLASS FRUIT LAND, 12 MILES
X city, near depot; your own terms and 10
years at 6pr ct. if you ask it, but laud nil be
improved; a few pieces 3 years without pay
ments, if trees shall be planted. J.J. Gosper,
129 8, Sprinu st. 12-4 lm
TfM)R SALE — CHOICE ORANGE AND
X I lemon land; 20 per cent cash, longtime,
low interest; fine rich, soil, abundant water
right, beautiful locatioa, convenient tc.sehools,
churches and ot eoay access to ihe city.
WOOD, CHURCH & KIRK NER, 227 W. First
st., Los Angeles and 12 E. Colorado st., Pasa
dena. m 11-20tf
DR. LEW LONG HARK, PHYSICIAN AND
surgeon, cures all diseases and Eicknoss of
nun, women aod children. Consultation free.
41014 N. Los ADgeles st. Los Angeles, Cal.
Having suffered with pains In my bones for
three years. I went to San Francisco to take
treatment, but to no effect. 1 then returned to
Li s Angeles and pu' rnysolf under the care of
Dr. lew Long Hark and have been entirely
cured by him I therefore give this publio tes
timonial in his behalf. Any person afflioted
with any serious aud difficult disease will be
benefited by calling on the doctor at his office,
cor. Fifth and Spring sts.. Los Angeles, Cal. P.
PK.HR.3QNi No. 11l Hewitt St., Los Angoles, Cal.
BARGAINS IN RIAL ESTATE, I
Vj advertised In McGARVIN <fc BRONtON'S
ij.)AAA—House of 5 rooms, well built, with
v—UUU barn, lawn, flowers, fruit, poultry
yard, etc.. lot 68x150 feet; location desirable;
near by and sightly: a cosy home place.
siAA - House of 6 rooms, with cellar, sta
«rlu*UU bte and yard, lot 52x205 feet to
alley; fine location; only 8 minutes hy electric
car line to Spriug and Second sts; Ti bargain
Win flfMi""* 11 elegant 2-story residence,with
vllr»""" slate roof, double cistern, 2-story
barn; fine view of the ocean, close to electric,
cars, not far out; will rent place to desirable
C""AA— Lot liear 'he corner of Pearl and Bth
sts. 40x130 feet.
Si »)"tA— 17 acres with SOOorange trees, 150
tJ. *)U lemon, peach, apricot aud walnut,
largely in bearing; house 7 roomsand bath,fine
large barn, poultry yards, trees for fuel, plenty
of water, orange crop goes with place: close to
two good towns: street cars pass the door; a
tine home to step right into and have imme
(3.WJAA— 5 acres very finest of land, set solid
<?-.'H;U to oranges; all Washington navel
and Med. sweets: about half in full bearing:
net income last year, $700; close to town and
one block from street carß.
«> , --I > er acre for fine banana or vegetable
OI»t) laud on the ocean, 17 miles from i >s
Angeles; there's big money in this; cull and
McGARVIN & BRONBON,
11-241 m 22014 S. Spring st
X 1 BY —
Til E PIRTLE REAL ESTATE AND TRUST CO.,
229 West Second Street,
Dealers in Real Estate. Stocks, Bonds, Mort
sages and other Securities. Notary fubltc.
Money at current rates.
A RAIIK OPI'ORTI'NITY.
Bran new cottage of 5 rooms and good lot In
souther" portion cf city, a few days at only
$1600; $300 cash, bal. $25 per mo.
CO7.Y AND CIIKAP.
Cottage of 5 rooms and lot 60x140—Twenty
third street, close to Grand aye., $1900. Terms,
half cash, bslauce to suit purchaser.
AN IDEAL COTTAOE HOME.
Modern story and one-half 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.
A I.OVEI.V HOME NEAR WESTI.AKE.
Modern house of 10 rooms and every con
venteuee, cement walks, lawn, 60 foot lot,
grand view; only $1500.
A GRAND AYE. SNAP.
Modern 10-room houso, north of 30th st;
cameut walks, lawn and flowers, only $3500.
Fine lot on Thirtieth St., clear side, between
Maine and Grand, cement walks and fruit
trees; only $700.
I otou Flower 5t.,53x100, 80 ft. street, only
Hone st, near Pico, 50x155, clean Bide, $1900
West Seventh st , 60 ft , $1350.
West 12th st , 50 ft., $500.
Union aye., graded, 80x140. $600.
We have a number of lots, each 50x150 lo
cated in the famous Bonnie Brae tract on
which we will erect cottages according to
plans suiting purchaser, and which we will
sell at very low figures; small payment down
and balance on monthly installments.
BARGAINS IN ACREAOK.
acres highly improved, '1)4 miles from
city, mostly set to assorted fruits in bearing:
large vineyard, good house of 7 looms, large
barn, reservoir, etc.: altitude over 600 feet;
magnificent view; offered a few days at only
10 acres in white Asiatic ties, in bparing; new
4-room house, perpetual water right, soil sandy
loam, for 5 or 6 room cottage in East Lot An
geles or southern part of city.
10 ncres in Eagle Rock valley, all set to fruit,
mostly in bearing, good 4-room cottage, etc.,
for property in south or western part of city,
improved or unimproved; will assume incum
BARGUN3 Itf REAL ESTATE BY A. H.
NEIDIG, No. 229 W. Second street.
FOR SALE-CITY HOMES.
Fine home, large grounds, Adams st. $16,000
House, 6 rooms, 12th st 3,200
House, 6 large rooms, W. 2Sth st 11 2,500
House, 5 rooms, Chicago aye 1,750
House, 7 rooms, Boyle Heights 1,800
House, 5 rooms, cor. Gleason it Picket. 1,*50
House, 6 rooms, modern, Ficket st 3,500
House, 9 rooms, Bonsallo aye 3,500
House, 11 rooms, now, 7th st 5,200
House, 6 rooms, W. 21st 3,300
Beautiful place, 21s» st 4,000
House, 6 rooms, Burlington st, fine 4,000
I ot, small home, Fairmont tract 1,100
House. 7 rm«, 2 stories, Mapie aye 2,800
Desirable home, Ocean View, elec. line 5,<>00
."ottage, 6 rooms, W. 22d st 3,500
House, 8 r cms, Palm st , furnished 10,000
House, 27 rooms, near High school 8,500
12 1 'm
RDUNNIGAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
* rooms 14 and 16 Law building, Los An
TTARIEL, R. H. F., ROOMS 14 AND 15 TEM-
V pie block. Telephone 629. 11-20-lm
MIERRILL, GSO. W.. ROOMS 9 AND 10
Phillips block, 145 Spring st. 11-22 tf
JMARIGN BROOKS, LAWYER. OFFICE:
• Rooms 28, 29, 30 nod 31, Fulton block,
net« courthouse, New High st. Telephone
981. 8-11 tf
ACKY&TRASK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Fulton block. 207 New High st , Los Ange
lea. CnL i?-i*->'
LODGING HOUSE, 20 ROOMS, CLOSE IN
on Hill St., finely furnished; must sacrifice
on accouut of sickness; $1000. Also 12 room
lodging house, clise iv on Broadway, for $750.
NEELY" it CONVERSE, 102 S. Broadway (Hasc
mertt). 11-26 lm
OR BALE—KIN LLVERY, SALE AND
Ixiarding stable in the city, doing a good
paving business; parties going to Au.stralia.
Apply to P. O. Box 1850, L. A. 11-21 lm
OR SALE—GENERAL MERCHANDISE
store at Covlua, Los Angeles county. Call
or address B. F. EASTMAN, Covina. 11-17 lm
FOR SALE OR TO RENT—THK SOUTH
Pasadena hotel and 'r.buut .4 acres of im
pro7ed laud. This property is situated six
miles from Los Angeles, la the city of South
Pa.«dena, opposite tho Santa Fe depot. The
hotel contains 40 sleeping rooms, aud is piped
throughout for gas and hot and cold water and
fltaed with electric bells. There are 120 orange
44 apricot. 52 peach, 17 ueetarlue, 5 quince, 3
alasond. 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
stis-übs. For further particulars address or in
quire of DR. H. F. PITCHER, 17 N. Marengo
are., Pasadena. Cal. 5-26 12m
DR. MORRISON, D. V. M., MEMBER CAL.
State Vet. Med. Ass'n, Tally-Ho Stables,
?iret and B'dway, offlce tel. 51; night tel. 757.
RT. WHITTLESEY, D V.S., GRADUATE OP
• Columbia Veterinary College. Office, Bt.
George Stable, 510 Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal
Office tel 173; residence tel. 9«». 11-20 lia
R. BLACKIHTON] VETERINARY SUiT
geon and Doutist, 414 S. Broadway, Lcs
Angeles, Cal. Gmduate On .-no Vcter.SM.
College, Toronto. Canada. Tel. 337. 11-20 lm
mh. alter, optician, 126 8. spring
. st,, Los •tftgeles, Cal. 11-20 lm
IT, STOEBAK, OPTICIAnTaND JEWELER)
lit has r«r.ifMred from 501 % S. Spring st. to
511 8. Spring St., 6 doors below. 11-21 lm
EE. WHITE, PRACTICAL CARRI AGE MA N
. ufacturer, No. 112 8, Los Angeles St. Re
pairing Belicited. Telephone 501. 11-24-jl
T U. TABOR, 135-137 W. FIFTH ST. FIRST
fJ . class work guaranteed. Tel. 40f>. 11-22-lm
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
CONRAD SCHERER, GRANITE, BITUMIN
OUS and asphalt paving. 227 W. First st.
"J. KUBACH, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
. Office and shop 419 East Seventh st. Tel
eohone Nn 3Q<i tl-1 99
MANN & JOHNSON, MACHINE AND
blacksmith shop, iron and brass casing,
tools, models, patterns, pulleys, shafting, hang
ers, etc. General repairing. Telephone 902.
534 fi. Los Angeles st. 11 -25-4 m
Tp~AZUMA, MANUFACTURER OF BAm
IV. boo goods, wholesale and retail. 355 8
Broadway, L, A- 11-28 1»
sell baking powder to the retail grocery «
trndo. Men acquainted with different sections
of the country. A good sido line, also rood op
portunity for clerks or any live men who want
to Bet on the road; experience not absolutely '
necessary. We mean business To the right
man a liberal contract will be made and steady
employment given, we pay not less than $75
per month salary and expenses or 20 per cent
commission. This ad may not appear again. <
Address, with stamp, IT. S. Chemical Works,
M4O and 842 Van Bureu street, Chicago, 111.
TITANTKn— AND MAN-
T' ager salesman, general store aeliverynian, 1
5 clerical, 8 skilled, ',) laborers. K. NITTIN
OKB, 319>$ 8. Spring. 11-24 lm
ANTED—HKLP! HRLPI HELP! REAR- i
ney A Rockefeller. Tel. 1)51, Ladies' de- :
partmeni conducted by Mrs. Kearney, 129 8. i
Spring st. 177 girls for all kindsof work, $20
to $35; 25 woodchoppers, $4 per cord; ranch
hands, $25 to $30; cooks, waiters, dishwashers,
$25 to $75. Your orders solicited; call and see
us and register your names free; eastern offiCe.
II best help to send me their address and par
ticulars. L. Mayer, 107 W. First St. 11-29 lm
\f ANTED—A MAN WHOCAN MILK; AN
* ' other who understands the care of horses.
Apply at L. MAYER'S, 107 W. First St.
WANTED— MEN TO WORK IN THE
country. Apply at L. MAYER'S, 107 W.
First st. 11-2»lm
ANTED—FARM HANDSi TEAMSTER 3
and two clerks. Apply at L, MAYER'S,
107 W. First st. 11-29 lm
ANTED—CITY CANVASSER? BIG COM~
mission; between 10 a m. and 3 p. m.
Room 45. Bonebrake building. 5 10 tl
WANTED— ALL NEEDING HELP FREE—
Employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU; established 1880
Office, 319}$ S. Spring; residence, 461 8. Hope
St., cor. Filth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 113.
tvArvri:i»— w.n \t,v. iii.ir
VI'ANTED - CORRESPONDENT, NURSE,
»v $40 (hospital ; chambermaids, housekeep
er. 30 cooks, 24 housework. E. NITTINGER,
819VJ S. Spring. 11-24 lm
WANTED — LADY C ANYASSKK*. IN
quircs27 W Seventh St. 12-1 lm
ITUATION FOR YOU AT THE BOSTON
Female Employment Office, 207 W. 4th st.
TT and beautiful goods at home or traveling;
light samples; liberal pay. Address MRS. N. B.
LITTLE, Chicago, 111. 12-1 14t
YITANTED —LADY CANVASSER FOR CITY;
VT big pay and high class work; call between
10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Room 45, Brysou-Bonebrake
block. 1-25 12m
part of the city, furnished or unfurnished;
also rooms suitable for housekeeping. Call
and list them, as we can rent thenl for you,
Neely A Converse, 102 ». Broadway. (Base
\TTANTED—LAITIES~ _ OF I7oI~ANGRLES TO
Vt call at 2i4 S Los Augeles St.; dresses
made up, stylish; $4 up; cutting and fitting by
Taylor system a specialty. 1213-81
WANTED— BY DECEMBER 15TH THREE
or four nicely furnished rooms, with
hith. Apply at rooms 3 and 4, Phillips block,
Los Angeles. 12-13-2t
WANTED— MATRIMONIAL BUREAU OF
Information, male and female; for par
ticulars send 20c stamps or money: oflice
hours, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Address P. O. Box
1862, Los Angeles, Cal. 12-10 7t
ANTED—HIGHEST PRICES PAID~~f6iR
second-hand furniture at G. W. Brown's
Store, 506 S. Spring st. 12!5 lm
ANTED—COOK'S HE A DQ CARTERS;
freeof charge; California brandy, sc; soup
and beer, sc. GEO. LACOUR, 401 N.Los An
geles st., Los Angeles, Cal. 11-25-3 m
ANTED —TO SUPPLY EVERYBODY
with kindling, 5 sacks for $1.00 at the hay
and wood yard, corner Seventh and Olive.
WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME, CHEAP
est place at BURNS', 256 S. Main St.
press snd public the greatest clairvoyant
acT) magnetic healer in the United States. 'I ells
past, present and future; feesl.oo. I also have
the Egyptian lucky charms, never known to
fail Charges reasonable. Don't fail to see use,
23 H4 S SPRING. 12-14 7t
I Fertilizers for lawns—the season"
has now arrived when, to get a good lawn
and So keep it good, it is necessary it should be
dreseed with some kind of fertilizer. We
therefore advise our friends to use our care
fully prepared lawn fertiliser, it being cheaper
than, stable manure. No weeds, no smell,
easily applied, and will be found to produce 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 Augeles. 10-23 d&w
ON T WAIT TILL THE RUSH COM
mences, but go immediately to J. S.
Dorau'S, 215 S. Main s'.. oppo-ite the Cathe
dral, and buy yoor holiday goods; an elegant
stock In all that is required for Christmas pres
ents to-select from and prices surprisingly low.
12-8 cod 8t
GASOLINE STOVES CLEANED AND RE
" paired at 403 8. Spring st. (with Hor.ie
shoo Oil Co.); work guftranteed; telephone
llio- M. I>. BLACKMAN. 12 3 tin
CALIFORNIA STRAW WORKS—LADIES'
r ud gents';>ats cleaned,dyed and reshaped;
the latest styles and first-class work guaran
teed. ThurstonSteam live Works iv connec
tion. TeL 68a. 264 S. Main st. 11-24.1ru
■\TOTICE-A. LORRAIN, PROPRIETOR OF
IA tits City Steam Dyeing and Cleaning works
aud office have removed to 343 S. Broadway.
11 17 lm
HE GREAT INDIAN RHEUMATIC CURE
lathe greatest discovery made within thu
last 100 years in patent inedlciiics, For pale
by r.l leading druggists 10-17 lUro
ngklks city wa~tkh
Company will strictly enforce tho follow
ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are between
6 and 8 o'clock a. m„ and 6 and 8 o'clock p. ra
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off aud a fine of |2 will be
charged before water will beturned on again.
I HONOLULU TOURS—HUGH B. RICS, BPE-
I'cial agent Oceanic S 8. Co. Offlee: 124
V,', Second st; P.O. Box 1671. 12-4 tf
AMM'S RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP
Ticket Agency, 115 8. Spring St., in front
of the VVieland. 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
T (TTiTDSON' A CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
fi • every Thursday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Office, 212 8. Spring st.
. ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSION
IV leave Los Angeles Tuesdays via Denvcraud
Rio Grande railway. Through Pullman tourist
cars to Chicago via Salt Lake City, Leadvttle and
Denver. For circulars, etc., civil on or addres*
F. W. THOMPSON, 138 B. Spring St. 5-12 If
SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF AU
■competitors, both in time aud distance, to
all points East, Special tourist exemsions Eas>
every THURSDAY. For full Information, at
ply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A
WARNER. Eic. Manager. 29 N. Sprlue. 1-1 tf
LI VERY STABLES.
METROPOLITAN STABLES, W. C. HOL
LAND, Prop , 324 W. First St., Los Ange
les. Hacks and carriages snbject to • all for
funerals, theaters, etc. Horses boarded Tele
phone 262; 12-1-lm
THE VENOTJRA STABLES, 342 S. SPRING
st.; telephone 543; horses and veWclessent
to auy part of city; rl»g us up; horses boarded.
MANTELS AND ORATES.
JS. BRUNER &
• nuintels. grates, nrt tiling, fireplace fur
niture, vestibule and floor tiling. Grate re
naming a speolalty. 610 North Main street,
Ix>s Angeles,Cal 12 tl-lm
PATKNTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
block. Tel. 347. Los Angeles. 11-22-tf
pa ay of Los Angeles, N. W, oar. Franklin
audN cv High streets. »T7U
TO LOAN AT R. O. LUNT'B
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
227 W. Second at, Adjoining Herald offloe
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of San Franclaoo. jul tf
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONET
in any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on planet
without removal, diamonds, Jewolry, sealskins,
bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop
erty of value; also on furniture, merchandise,
etc., in warehouses; partial payments received
monoy without delay: private offices for con
sultation; will call If desired; W. E. DbGROOT,
Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 South
Spring St., opposite Nadeau hotel. 7-29tf
*£|AAA AND UPWARD, ON REAL ESTATE.
«J>lUlfU Apply to CHAS. VICTOR HALL, 223
W. First street. 12-3-tf
TTO~BRODTBECK, 113 S. BROADWAY.
Money to loan on improved city and coun
try property at lowest current rate, 7-9 tf
MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK
AND TRUST CO.,
HAS MONEY TO LOAN
In 110,000 and $20,000 lots,
AT VERY LOW RATES.
420 S. Main st. 8-4 tl
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, DIA*
monds, watches, Jewelry, pianos, seal,
skins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all
kinds of personal and collateral security. LOU
BROS., 402 8. Spring, mlB-tf
JF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main st
MONEY TO LOAN.
pi S. ROBINSON LOANS AT 6 PER OKST,
VJT» city and country property. 169 N.
Spring. 12 81m
School for girls and young ladies; 3 miles
from L. A. city limits. Eastern people seeking
change of climate for their daughters can find
in all Southern California no more periect con
ditlons for health and study. The air com
bines all the advantages of both mountain and
sea breeze, and the water is perfectly pure.
A fine tennis court, beautiful walks and drives,
Great attention paid to physical culture under
a trained teacher. Excellent table and a lovely
home. For information address MISS K. V.
DARLING, Principal. 11-28 lm
LOB ANGELES UNIVERSITY—FOR BOTH
sexes. Students received nt any time.
Full regular advantages. Music, art, elocu
tion, shorthand and typewriting. Military
drill and Delsarte. CALVIN EBTKRLY, Pres
ldent. P. 0. box 2893. 8-1 tf
LUDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
Arts, V M.C.A. building. 7-8 tf
THE LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
and English Training School (Incorporated).
144 S. Main St., LosAngoles. Superior ac
commodations: complete courses in book
keeping, shoithand, typewriting, penmanship,
telegraphy, English and assaying; thorough
dally class drill and close personal attention;
frequent reviews; call and inspect our facili
ties and method of doing work; write for cir
culars. E. R. Shrader, President; F. W. Kel
sey, Vice-pres't; I.N. Inskeep, Sec. 8-16 Iyr
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE
SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHIC AND PEN
245 S. 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, FELKER <fc WILSON,
"-5 3m Proprietors,
WINKS AND LIQUORS.
J~OITN~WII^LAIs : D FiWdeTT
icksburg brewery, Chicago brewery, I'cited
urates brewery, Extra Pale Pileener, Standard,
Erlanger and Ctilmbacher beers, of high repute.
JACOB ADLOFF, Gen'l Act, New Main, Mis
sion and Chavez sts., Los Angeles. Telephone
468. Family trade solicited. 16-ti-lm
f 1 EORGE ZOBELEIN. JOS. MAIER.
VT Maier & Zobelein's Brewery. Lager In
kegs or bottles, mult and brewers' supplies.
Office, 444 Aliso St., Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 91. 12-4 lm
ENRY J A. BTUHR, NATIVE CALIFOR
nia wines and brandies; agent for thecele
brated O. X extra and Rose lale whiskeys,
225 W. First St., Loa Angeles, Cal. Telephone
949. 12 3 lm
T ESCALLIER, DEALER IN GROCERIES,
XJm provisions, liquors, cigars aud general
produce, 600 and 502 Aliso St., Los Angeles,
Cal. Telephone 653; 12-3 lm
Ifi FLEUR, WINE AND LIQUOR MER
chant, 404 and 406 N. Los Angeles st.
Telephone 224 Family trade supplied. Goods
delivered to auy part of the city iree of charge.
Orders for the country promptly attended to.
Agency and depot of Uncle Sam's wine vaults
at Napa City, Cal. 12-31 ly
TVACHE & CO., SUCCESSORS TO VACHE
• Freres <& Co., wholesale dealers In Wines
and Liquors. Depot for the celebrated brands
of Brookside Vineyard. Cor. Commercial and
Alameda sts., Los Angeles. Cal. Telephone 309.
LAST & FISH, WHOLESALE WINE AND
liquor merchants, 131 N. Main St., Los
Angeles Csl. wines and brandies a specialty.
Telephone 38. 121 lm
/GOLDSMITHS BROS., SUNSET WINE CO.,
IVT winegrowera and wholesale liquor deal
ers, 632-637 N. Main. Telephone 842. P.O.
I Box 1088. Station C, Los Angeles. 12-1 lm
MI CO., SUCCESSOR TO L. A.
• Vint»ge Co., importers and jobbers of
wines and livnors, 312 314 N. Los Angeles st.
Telephone 133. P.O. Box 17, Ht*. C. 12-1 lm
LA. WINE CO., 363~N. MAIN ST., WILL
• Bhip two cases assorted Cal. wines, con
sisting of 24 qi bottles (choicest), to auy ad
dress in the V. s. (freight prepaid) for $8.50.
Telephone 923. 12-1 lm
"t - pTtaugart '& CO..
f)' family liquor dealers,
311-313 NEW HIGH ST.
TELEPHONE 396. 12 1 lm
AVIGNOLO, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
• dealer in wines and liquors, 116 West
First Bt.. Los Anseles, Cal. Telephone 222; P.
O Box 210. 11-29-lm
/CALIFORNIA WINE CO., MAIN OFFICE,
KJ 222 South Spring st., Loa Angeles. Calilor
nia wines and brandies. Wineries at Sierra
Madre 11-29-2 m
STEINIKE & BRUNING,. DEALERS IN~CAL?
wines and brandies, raiiau office cor. Los An
geles and Commercial sts, Los Angeles; tele
phone 538; established In 1885. 11-28 lm
TTtRED MOHR, WINES, LIQUORB & CIGARS,
JT wholesale and retail, 358 S. Spring Bt. Tele
phone 288. 11-26 lm
TT J. WOOLLACOTT; IMPORTER AND EX
XX, porter of fine llojuors. Send for whole
sale price list, especially prepared for the holi
day trade. 124 and 126 N. Bpring St., L. A.
8, Spring st. 11-25-tf,
I7*RANK V. McBEATH, DENTIST, 2IIOH S.
' Spring Bt., Room 1, Workman blk. 11-14 tf
RG. NO. 181
• N. Spring at., rooms 1 and 2, Phillips
block, Los Angeles, Cal. ml&tl
DR. G. KNEPFER, DENTIST, NO. 126 W
First St., old Wilson block. 5-31 tf
LW. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
• sts., Wilson block; take elevator; teeth
filled aud extracted without pain; gold crowns
and bridge work a specialty. Room 36. m4tf
DR. TOLHURBT, DENTIST, 108}$ N.SPRINB
St.. rooms 2. 6 and 7. Painless extracting
DYERS AND FINISHERS.
CARI4OLL BROS., HAT AND BONNET
Bluaehers, 227 W. Fourth St., Los Angeles
I3ARIBIAN DYE-WORKS, 274 8. MAIN
street. Best dyeing in the city. 1-13 tf
M~" ETROPOLITAN STEAM DYE-WORKB!
241 Franklin St. Finn dyeing and clean-
3 INSURANCE. '
' DOBINSON & VETTER.
_J*-4_tf 214 South Broadway.
CABICHI & McCONNAChTe, REAL ESTATE
O and insurance, 232 S. Main St. 11-25 lm
\\7ADE & WADE, ANALYTICAL CHEIT
TT lsts and Assayors; waters, fertilizers, ores,
etc.; assaying taught. 1028. Broadway.
JO. #YKE, 220 8. LOS ANGELES ST. FUR
. niture repairing a specialty. Satisfaction
[ guaranteed. 11-26 iia
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