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THE COURTS.
Superior Court.
OKI'A KTM F.NT ONE.
reople vs Wm F Sloack—Argument.
People vs Miguel Samouset—Contd to Jan 4th
for trial. . ...
People vs Albert Acevado—Sentence con.d to
Dec 24th.
DEPARTMENT TWO.
Est of B Cohn—On hearing.
DEPARTMENT THREE.
Hunt vs Hunt—Ordered that defdt W M Hunt
pay $25 per month alimony to pltd'
Char.ton vs S P It R co-Motion for new trial
denied.
Boyd vs Oddous—Motion for new trial placed
on calendar.
Jenkins vs Scarborough—Defdt's motion that
the report of the referee be received aud judg
ment be entered thereon denied
DEPARTMENT KOCR.
All cases contd one week.
DEPARTMENT FIVE.
City of San Pedro vs S P R R Co—Amended
complaint filed and cause contd oue week.
DEPARTMENT NIX.
Marshall v« Taylor—Defdt allowid two days
io tile affidavit of F B Fanning
King vs Tosteuan—Findings and judgment
fordeldt. ~ „ ~
Sproule vs Temple Street Cable Railway Co —
On trial.
People vs Ed L Baker—Affidavits m support
of motion for new trial filed and further hear
ing contd to Tuesday, Dec 22nd.
Today's Calendar.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT.
U 8 vsCaßwell.
BUPKRIOR COURT—DEPARTMENT ONB.
People vs Wm F Stsack.
DEPARTMENT TWO.
Warren vs Bouton.
Est of Ramon Lingo—Letters ndm.
Est of Christian Broderseu—Acct, letters adtn
with will.
Est of Felix Mancho—Acct and dist.
Est of Elizabeth G W Filton—Letters adm.
Est and gu mis of A M Barton, mluor-Acct.
Est of Arthur Ceshausen—Probate of will.
Est of Aim" Sauret—Letters adm.
Estof Elizabeth Bluett— Let ers adm.
Est ot Marth M Banta—Acct and dist.
gst of Geo W Fowler—Le ters adm.
Est of J W I.aphain— Acct aud dist.
Est of 8 B Hunt—Conf sale realty.
Est nf c X Claeiua—Contd sale realty.
Est of A M Duncan—Final acct.
Estof B Buelna—Pet for leave to mortgage.
Estof Antonio Ablla— Acct aud dist.
Est of M iry Brian—Acct.
Est of Hewey Neimeyer—Pet to set apart
homestead.
Est and guards ol the Garibaldi m.nors-
Crder to show cause
F.ot of B Cohn.
DEPARTMENT THREE.
L A Pressed Brick and Terra CottaCo vs Main
nnd Tenth-street Hotel Co.
Jones vs Eddy.
Van Every vs MeCracken.
DEPARTMENT FOUR.
Gottlieb vs Roburts.
DEPARTMENT TIVE.
Frey vs McCarthy.
Conkliu vs Pacific Jewelry Co.
insolvency of A H llagar—Creditors meeliug.
DEPARTMENT SIX.
Bproul vs Temple-street Cable Railway Co.
People vs Ed L Baker—Hearing on motion for
a new trial: sentence.
Cole vs Wilcox ex.
New Suits and Petitions.
Chloe McKcon vs R J McKeon et al—Suit to
recover possession of property alleged to have
been unlawfu'ly deeded by defenaants aud f_>r
$250 damages.
Martha G I'.irrls filed a petition for letters of
administration to the estate of Lorenzo 1) Gay-
Ut who died Juue 29th; the estate is valued at
$2000.
Don't despond, if there is anything that is
calculated to test tue composition of a person
it is an insidious cough, the forerunner of con
sumption, the most fatal ot human afflictions.
I had a bad cough, took Dr Bull's Cough
Syrup and was relieved. Capt. Wm. llarcourt,
Baltimore, Md., PostotHce.
Gifts for everybody at Mullen, Bluett A Co.'s.
Yesterday was a perfect day at the
beach and the range of hilla beyond
Santa Monica could be seen so distinctly
that every crevice was distinguishable.
Steamers were loading and unloading
and the wharf and the scene was a busy
one.
The programme of social events at the
Redondo this week is to be a very inter
esting one.
Quite a laige party of San Francisco
people are expected down in a lew days
so remain a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dalton, of New
Voik, paid liedondo a visit yesterday,
and spent the time very pleasantly.
Chas. A. Brant, of Portland, Ore., is a
guest at the Redondo hotel for au indef
inite length of time.
Mr. and t Mrs. B. V. Sargent, of Sali
nas, Cal., arrived here Sunday evening.
Dr. Weller gave a very entertaining
and instructive talk Sunday afternoon to
the young people of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. E M, Judson and
daughter, of Kansas City, will spend the
the month of January at the Redondo.
C. vv*. of Santa Barbara, has
Nought several residence lots in town
and will begin building soon.
.1 mate HecvTeri «s>:;«m-ii
Aip!i'i..".» H-'rophllng, ol Summit township,
Butw*' co luty, Panri., madean atfldavit that nis
twalve-year-old tin who tiid hit s. Vltin
i».im'!'! (ortwelve ve<r , lort his speech, waa
coraril te!y cured cf er v ing three bottle* ol
Dr. M-'"s' Rostorttiva Nijrvina, ad also ro
oovt r d h s f leech. Th msands t s ify to woa
derl'iil c I'es from using It ior tier .'u'ls dis.?a c-.,
dyspepsl «,•' -rv 'usdabuit , dullneM, oonf ibloq
oi miud. headache, etc Four doeei of this
Nervlnn cmji M• W. E Busut,South Bind,
lad., wno n.d beeu ■uffering with eoastans
neadaclie tor three moathv Trial bottle add
elegiu'. bo ik f ea tttC. H. II ta ia,
Mullen, Bluett A Co. wish you all a merry
Ghrlstwa/i.
Perhaps it is just as well that the rov
ing man ItM no wife. Paul do Chaillu
is a bachelor, but he is said to have
manners that charm women.
Three-fourths of your ailments arise from
liver troubles which Simmons Liver Regulator
cures.
Mexican Omuls
Are found oulj at CampbsU'n Cariosity Store,
325 South Spring.
Gifts lor everybody at U ullen, Bluett & Co.'s.
Drink DIUtCK CBAMPAONB, H. J. WoolJa
oott agent.
Mullen, Bluett J; Co.'s neckweAr.
A CHRISTMAS PIG FR-E!
Anyone purchAsing $20's worth of meat bf -
tw&fe.'3*w and Christmas will la; given a fine
young sticking pig. Tickcbi given to each
TdesViethe public to know tint not at any
time have 1 entered tbe MEAT POOL.
FU-.1 ottUlty of meats of all kinds, both fresh
and salted, Including sausage 6, at bedrock
prices, viz:
Roast Beef... 7c to 10c|Lanib Chops.. ....10c
Roast Pork 10c Boiled Beef... .4c to ie
Roast Veal 10cCorned Beef ur
Roast Mutton, legs tlUc,: Salted Pork, sugar
Steaks 7c to lOc cured 10c
cutlets 10c to 12Uc Leaf Lard........... 10c
Pork Chops lfjc. Leaf Ijird cooked in
Mutton Chops 9el cans lOC
Ham, Bacon und all kinds ol prime cuts of
meets retail at wholesale prices.
Delivered free of charge ln any part of the
city. V. LBVY,
202 AND 201 E. FIP.!>T ST., LOS ANGELES.
12-H lm
""OOSTRACTOBS AND BUILDEBB.
C ON RAD SCHERER, GRANITE, BITUMIN
OUS and asphalt paving. 227 W. First et.
9-1 12m
CJ KUBACH, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
. Office and shop 419 East Seventh st. Tel
ephone No. 30R »-l 92
FLOBLSTB.
T 6tf ANGELkV'FLORAL SIWK -A N 1 t)N
I j Kravchvk, Prop. Cut flowers, bouquets and
rTlantß' designs of flowers made to order on
short notice and shipped to all parts of the
United Staws. 8. E. cSrMain and Becoml^tie
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1891.
WANTS
AND OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS.
Will be inserted in the columns of the DAILY
HEKALD at
Bo per line per doty.
30c per line per week.
8? 1 per line per month.
Special rates for a longer period.
Iff- Persons wauting situations, help, or
who wish to rent, buy or sell property, will do
well to advertise in those columni.
I'KKHONAI,.
1"" j^ofTsTie a astrolo
ger iv the state, is at 423 S. Spring st.
12-22 lm
44 PRICES—2S LBS. BROWN
Cj sugar, $1; 10 lbs. corn meal, 20c: Oor
mea, VOc: If raising flour, lDc; gall, syrup,
55c; 5 lbs. buckwheat, 2f>c; « lbs. rolled wheat,
25c; mountain coffee, 25c; 5 lbs toed tea. $1;
0 lbs. rai.-ins, 25c; 3 lbs. prunes, 25c; miice
meat 10c lb ; 4 cans sardines, 25c- 3 cans
peaches, 2."> c; 3 pkts. starch, 25c; sack flour.
80c; 6 lbs. apricots, 25c; 3 lbs tig jam, 25c,
hams. 13c; bacon, 12V4C. "ECONOMIC"ktores,
305 S. Spriug it.
i~*OR~A HOLIDAY PRESENT TRY ONB OF
' ourbeautlfut Fur Rugs, or a nice Daghes
tan, or a Smyrna A nice Plush Ruck ror au
Basy Chair is also a sensible aud useful gilt.
Parlor Tables; fmcy Desks or Bookcases are
"not t» bo sneezed at," and will go as far to
ward making a merry Christmas as anything
you can buy. Prices within the reach of all.
W. K. Beeson,22t S Spiing st 12-.2 It
ISS BOWMAN WILL ORGANIZE A CLASS
of beginners at hr dancing school, south
west corner Main and Fifteenth, on Friday
evening, January Bth; those wishing to join
cau see her on Tuesday aud Wednesday eye s
at school or address 117 K. 28th st. 12-S lm
r>E RS ON AL — RALPHS BROS — 001.D BAR
1 Flour. $1.40; i.ity Flour, $1.00: Brown
Sugar, 20 lhs $1; White Sugar, 1H lbs $1.00;
4 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 caus salmon, 25c; 50
bars Soap. $1: eastern Gaaijitie. 9dc„ and Co-tl
011. 85c; 2 lbs cont'd HeTf, 15c; Pork, lOe;
Land, lo lbs, 90c; 5 lbs, 45c. 001 S. Spring st ,
oorSixth. 12-2 3m
PKRSOtIA L— HfjMPHREY, 507 S SPRING
si., sells all kinds ot goods on weekly pay
ments of 50c. 12 4 lm
OER9ON AL—MRS. LENZBE KG, BPIRtTfjAL
L medium, 4.i0 N. Beaudry aye, near Temple.
12-4 tf
PERSONAL— HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
misfit and second baud clothing. M.
MEYER, 404 .V. Main St. 12-3 tf
PERSONAL— MEDIUM, 236K 8. SPRING ST.
MRS. M E WEEKS- WRIGHT. 12 3 tt
PERSONAL— FLORKNOS X RICH OF
Boston, trance and business medium. Con
saltation's given on nil business, stocks, min
erals and family affairs: also diagnosis of dis
eases; hours 9to 0. 310U S. Spring st , Room
12. 12-1 21t
DOCTOR STANSBURY, 431W SOUTH
SPRING HI. 11-28 lm
FOB KKNT—HOUSES.
I " iR BENT—BROADWAY, NEAR TENTH
J"* si, choice s-room modern dwelling, recently
decorated and renovated through' ut; choice j
pas fixtures and all modtrn Improvements; j
will rent by the year to responsible tenant.
W. R. Burke. 155 N. .Spring. 12-IS tf
E>OK MLS I'—HOUSES ALL OVER THE UITV.
r C. A. SUMNER as CO., 107 B. Broadway.
mlO-tf
FOB KKNT—ROOMS.
FOB BENT—BTJWNY FRONT BOOH AT
225 W. Twenty-third St. 12-10 7t
HOTEL I.OS ANGELES, mrs. X PIERSON,
Prop.: rooms with housekeeping privileges,
with or without board; dining rooms for those
who wish. 3IS S. Los Augeles st. 11-20 lm
I",' OR RENT—ONE FURNISHED SIINNY
1 room for man and wife or gentlemen. 50J
W Second St., cor Olive. 12-9 tf
tllK VlitG'NlA.'ol.iVK ST!, BET. STK AND
ti: h s's' rooms at moderate rates. MRS J.
C. PHILBBOOKs, Prop. 11-23 2m
rpHE corfuTrooms and family DIN-
X ing p ir'.ors, V.io' iS. Spring st.; $1.25 to $2
per day. meals, 25c. 11-2S 2m
POIt KKNT-FUIIMHUKD HOUSES.
S-ROOM HOUSE, BEAUTIFULLY FU«
nished, with horse and buggy, Washington
st ; $40.
7 oi her furnished houses, from $20 to $100.
Also rooms and parts of. houses suitable for
housekeeping.
NICELY ii CONVERSE,
II 2U 1m 102 S. Broidway (Basement) i
ISUSINKSS FOR KXtiIANCK.
VrlcE CLEAN STOCK OF Q ROCKRj f.S;
i> good location, doing fine business; some
Rash, balance city or coyntry property; will in
voice about $2500
NEELY & CONVERSE,
1120 lm 102 s. Broadway (Basement).
FOB SALE.
SPECIAI^BABQAniaIut "bUQJIES, CARTS,
wagons and harness, stoves, tools, organs,
billiard tables, pony for saddle or driving, and
second-hand go ids. or will exchange for old
rigs and harness, small size stoves, n.-irigera or,
small sale, offtcj d-sk, gentle family m<<re,
fence boards, etc. E. MOAT, 401 S Broadwi.y
11-29 lm
™k SALE—LOS ANGELES HAY MARKni'.
A 1 near cor. Aliso and Los Angeles sts.: fll
weights warranted; carloads of havand sacks
of feed, full weight; bales of hay within 7! j per
cent of tug wcishl; single b ties or sacks weighed
(or SO each; hay bought and soli on commis
sion at f 1 per ton; sued barley and wheal In ex
change for hay; teed samples on hand; all
transactions C. O. D.: also 100 acres floe potato
land, free from frost. l' v miles from railway
gta'ion. for refit lv lots at ?l per acre. JAS.
RUSSELL, 112 N I.os Angeles st. Telephone
2.1. 11-25-lm
\\7AGONS. CARRIAGES, B'JGGIKs-iF YOU
It want to buy,sell or exchange; the lnrei">t
■took In the city to select from. 221-225 Re
qoena «l ,east of I.os tngeleast 9-20 not
Flltt BALK—LIVJB STOCK..
IjlOR S A I.I—FINE MAMILY CAHKIAGE
horse cheap, and good grocery wagon with
covered top. in (Hire of Geo. D Bunch, 118 H.
Broadway. 12-20 4t
1i»OR BALE—FINE BBOOD MA RR, IN FOAL
J? by Bnja. also 2-year-' Id tlllv. top baggy
and fiarnes.; great bargain, Inquire 527 W.
- ewnih. <t. 1 -i 1 m
BOMB INDUS TKIJSS.
i7»OLTON ENGINE WORKS—LOS ANQEI ES
V agents Baboock & Wilcox boiler, Ooubert
tubular hea'en, Doilge wood split pulleys.
Tea phone 661. 18-4 1 :n
\1 El'llAsirs' MILL. NUELLB tU NICOL
.?l Planing Mill Co., manufacturers of ftash,
loots, blind.-, etc., 119-138 8. Alaumda s' ,
near First, Los Angeles, CaL Telephone 79;
P.O. Box 231. 12-3 Ini
I" Oi ANG I'LKs CRACKER CO., MAN UFA -
t_j Hirers of all kinds ol crackers; the largest
steam bikery lv Southern California: oorner I
Aliso st and Allan road, Loi Angeles, Cal. P. I
o. Box i>.->2. telephone 147, 12-3 ; 11
r OB ANGBl '.k* St)Ap CO—KBTABLISHKI)
Ijisoi. M*nnf*etnrersof toilet and laun
dry soap*. 556 to 570 Banning St, and 701 E.
First tt, Los Angelea, Cal. 12-3 lm
bIODTUEBS CALIFORNIA CRACKER CO—
O The latgtxt Kteau B ikorj iv slouihcm Cali
forniM: manufac arers of ail kindi of cracker*,
5U7-509 -\ii» > St., Log'Anselea,Cal ; teleph »
G4ri 12 3 1m
(tAI/l-OltNl \ VINK'.AR ANI) FICKLE
J Works —Pure wine pi 'kleflnd cider vinegar
in una i-u ed; also pickles, cider and sauer
kraut, 558 Banning st. near Pif«t and llamo
da stt , hot Augeles, Cal; telephone 350
(~\ T. HA SLY 04 C>. • \M COFFEE AN •
vT« spioe mills teat utpecialty: flavoring ex
tracts, baking powder.-, v a. offee and spice
cans, starch, toilet soaps etc, 818 Upper Main
st, Angeles, Cal: l"le()ho ie 59. 12-3 lm
LITBKY s i t'.LKB.
METKOPOLITA> tl\i; ;•",-'■, W. c. il'ii.-
LAND Prop , 824 W. Firs: st, Los Ange
les. Hacks and carriages subject to call ( r I
fnnorHls, theaters, etc. Horse-, boarded Tele
phone 268. 12-1-iin
rpHE V '■: NTO R \ sTA 815-C 342 8. 81' RING
J. St.; telephone 543; horses and vehicles sun
to any part of city; tinir us up; horses boarded.
11 -.'0 1 Til
ATTOBNKK B.
RDUNNIGAS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
• rooms 11 und 16 Law building, lain An
geles, Cal. 11-22-lm
MERRILL. G<fO. W„ ROOMS 9 AND 10
Phillips block. 145 Springst. 11-2211
T MARION BROOKS, LAWYER. OFFICE:
f)« Rooms 2S, 29, 30 and 31, Fulton block,
near courthouse, New High' st. Telephone
981. 8-11 tf
BAKOAINS IN BEAL ESTATE.
I r VERY PIECE OF PROPERTY FOUND AS
j advertised in McGARVIN A BRONsON'S
list. I
tt'lAHil—House of 5 rooma, well built, with i
«Pi«V/UU barn, lawn, flowers, fruit, poultry
yard,etc. lot 58x150 feet: location desirable';
near by and sightly; a cosy home place.
ffilQOA— House of 6 rooms, with cellar, sta
«P lOUU bl« and yard, lot 52x205 feet >o
alley: fine location; only 8 minutes by electric
car lino to Sp. iug and Second ats; a bargain
sure.
$| A ftOft- An elegant 2-story residence.with
•PIV7.VI/U slate roof, double cistern, 2-story
barn; line view of the ocean, close to electric
cars, not far out; will rent place to desirable
party.
<£7flA—l'd near the corner of Pearl and Bth
VIUU sts, 40x130 leet.
Jfc \ A—l 7 acres with SOOorange trees, '50
lemon, peach, apricot and wa nut,
largely ln bearing: house 7 rooms and bath, tine
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
fine home to step right Into and have imme
diate income.
$7i\fln -A magnificent homo of Oroomsand
WI»»UV bath, laundry; electric bells; « bay
windows; house finished in curly redwood:
lswn. flowers; large bain, all iv fine shape:
decidedly a b.irgnin.
iii \i \ a front foot for fine piece of prop-
WVUV erty on Spriug Btrcet, near Third
street; other property close to this sold a few
weeks sgo at $1000 per foot. Thia Is the
greatest bargain on Spring street.
McGARVIN & BRONBON.
11-24 lm 22014 8. Spring st
T7»OR SALE—
r by—
THE PIRTLE REAL ESTATE AND TRUST CO.,
229 West Second Street,
(Telephone 523 )
Dealers in Real Estate. Stocks. Bonds, Mori
sages aud other Securities. Notary Public.
Money at current rates.
A DKCIDKD BARGAIN.
New cottage, modern iv every netail, cement
walks. 50 foot lot. on god street, iv southern
portion of city, $1400 $100 Cash, bal. $i 5 per
month.
A SPLENDID INVKSMM EXT.
5-room cottage and lot, 00x140, on 23d st;
close to Grand aye , $1900; S cash, bal. long
timo.
A PROFITABLE rt-RCIIASE.
3 large 8-room, modern houses, largegrounds,
etc . rent at a good figure the year round: situ
at.d on oi c of ihe the city; will
sell entire property for only $9000
A LOVELY HOME NEAR WESTLAKB.
Modern hou»c of 10 rooms and every con
venience, cement walks, lawn, 00 fubt lot,
grand view: ouly $4500.
A (I RAND AYE. SNAP.
Modern 10-room house, north of 30th st;
cement walks, la wn and flowers, only $3500.
. BUILDING INDUCEMENTS.
90x130, clean side W. 30th Bt cement walks
and fruit trees; only $1300.
Lot on Flower st..'s3x 100, 80 ft. street, only
$1000.
HoDe st, near Pico. 50x155, clean side, $1900
West freventn st, 00 ft , $1350.
W.-st 12 tb st ,50 ft, $500.
Union aye., graded, 80x140. $000.
We have a number of lots, each 50x150 lo
cated in the famous Bonnie Brae tract on
, which we will erect cottages according to
I plans suiting purchaser, and which «c will
I sell at very low figures; small payment down
and balance ou monthly installments.
BARGAINS IN ACREAGE.
22;»; acres highly improved, i% miles from
city, mostly set to assorted fruits in bearing;
large vineyard, good house of 7 looms large
! barn, reservoir, etc.: alt'tude over 000 feet;
magnificent view; offered a few days at ouly
$5500,
FOR EXCHANGE.
10 acres in white Asiatic figs, in bearing; new
4-room house, perpetual water right, soil sandy
loam, for 5 or 0 room cottage lv East Los An
i gel' s or southern p*rt of c'ty.
I 10 acres in Eagle Rock valley, all set to fruit,
mostly in bearing, good 4-room cottage, etc.,
for property iv south or western p-m of city,
improved or unimproved; will usiume incum
brance. 11-24-lni
BARGAINS IN REAIT"ESTATE BY A. H.
NEIDkG, No. 229 W. Second street.
FOR EXCHANGE.
I <s>>AflA —stock 01 Re'-eral merchants" and
' .."I'V boil .ing. In,'.Ue,l Mm .-,„„! r-.i n nd
I town: ;!olng a splendid business; for exchange
i for good Southern California property; must
i take charge of another businers the reason for
j selling.
I Jfe'l™ AAA—A handsomely furnished hotel
fIP—I*«UUU of 50 rooms near Los Augeles, to
1 exchange for acreage in Los Angeles, Sun Ber
| nardinoor Orange county.
One or t»o well established stores, with
1 good paying business and clean stock of goods
and fixtures in a good Los Angeles county
town, for improved or unimproved prooertv
Good frmt ranches, to exchange for city prop
erty,
12 1 Ita
IBARGAINS1 BARGAINS IN CITY PROPERTY THAT i
> ci nnot be secured much longer, for they
will sell.
READ! READ!
5-room cottage. East Los Augeles, 2 blocks
from Downey cable, $550.
A lot on Rich s , near Pico, $575
A lot ou New Hampshire st, near Washing
ton, $375.
A magnificent lot on corner 11th and OHve
sts. very cheap
And others that will increase in value imme
diately.
Call and see our exchange list, both city and
couutry property, including California' aud
eastern property.
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED SECU
RITY.
WA NTED— HOUSES TO KK7IT
We have constant inquiry for well located
houses and Iti gooi repair, aid ere in
need ol a another of lumlsneu and unfur
nished plates tordesitAble noplicauta.
FOR RENT—HOUSES.
Wealwayi sympathise with those hurting
home* to rent; it ia hard work, und to assist
such would say wo keeps minute description
of 1 uch bouse, Which we will take pleasure iv
1 or Dishing.
7. II PBIPEB it CO.,
12-4 lm 108 s. Broadway.
fiWB. BALK—$3lOO] ELEGANT 6-ROOM
I cottage, near Oth and Pearl; mantel, bath,
hat und cold water, stable, etc.
$2000—Fine 5-room house, near 9th and Pearl.
$5 )(iO—Elegant 10-room house, near Figueroa
anil i"co.
it 100—BeauUful home, Hope St., lot 00x105,
9 rooms.
$3500- 5 room cottage Hope st .near Oth.
$3600—New 0-room house, near Figueroa and
23d; eleotfifloars.
55700--Gbeioa home, 9 rooms, Flower at., new
Washington..
$3500 —i' rooms and stable in Ronnie Brae lru.»t.
$3000—9 rooms, 24th St., between Main and
Grand aye.
;: 110 0 room house, largs lot, 15th st., near
Hill.
ii-Cheap lot, BonsaUoave., near 21st.
$:;<'()—Bargain; lot, 21st St., between Figueroa
ami Grand aye
I I sod- choice lot. Adams, near Grand,
si SOo—Fins lot, Flower, near Adams.
" . o—Elegant lot) Alvarado, near Oth.
$5000—100 feet Figueroa, Dear Wu-hington,
$2300—H0 feet Flower St., near Bth.
!ln ap, 1 egaut corner. Broadway; income,
bargain, 20 foot. Spring st , near First; payt
BRALSHAW TIROS..
' 11-24 3m 101 S. Broadway.
CHIIBCH NOTICES.
I •»••: . • .;11UKChTtEMPERAN(:E TE3*
l i roidway and Tsaple streets-ll a.m.
nig .v. savery preaches on Songs s*
I Angels and Sous of Thunder. Seats and liter*-
I 1 Ure free
•. 11 ST AN I» FOUND.
k,:i\ AitD—' ixta'l, 'T WHITE SETTER
©») pup, 8 rnos old Kclurn to A. R. LAN
INOH.I29S Spilngst. 12-222t
HfltJ>BW A JONES'S, 215
1> Aliso one lot ol carpenters' tools,
marked .;. \llen. Owm r can nave same by
I proving tiroiierly, paydM charges andiaklng
goods away. 12 22 3i
r 03T—TWO PRIVISSORY NOTE-; ONE
I j for $ 100 and the other for $525, each dated
N'ovembe-1 7, 18!>l, sUfued by tndrow Stevens
I and payable 10 M W Conkling. The under
w;|i h" suiisie" by returning same
I toM ■ : ci'< ; 'i.-. o . I'emo'e blo' kIM7 If
STOLEN.
1 OF THE SOUTH
era California Railway company, dated De-
IH'.il, payable to theorderof W. P,
Coulter.for one hundred and sixteen ilollms
an 1 eighty-five cents, for wages of November,
191 All parties are hereby warned not to ne
gottitte fo- same, as payment has been stopped
Will 11 Wheeler, 901 F, First st .city 1/--.M <t
EBOARD AUD LOIMJIJIO.
FACING
II Slxth-st. park; transient and family hoU;l,
board and rooms, $1 to $2 per day; street c*,i,
pa«s the door; tel. 728. A. M. Wilcox. Pro
prietor. 12-22 lm
i^TENTsTcOPTBIGHTS, ETC.
9,DOWNEY
block Tel. 347. Los Angeles. 11-22-U
tOK SALE—City Property.
FOR BALE—A OlbT EDGE AND BEDROCK
investment in city property, leqnirlng -
$3500 cash; must be secured before January ".
Ist; if you want a good thing, have the money ;
aud mean btisiutss, address J. E. C, this oflice.
12-20 tf ,
IT>OR BALE—INQUIRE THE PRICE OF LOT
V northwest cor ol Ollveand 11th st, and we
aro almost certain you will buy it. F. H.
Pierer Si Co. 12-20 3t
T7IOR BALE-$9 A MONTH, NO INTEREST, 1
P 2 lot* and house, $400; 5 nil notes from cars, i
E. NITTINGER, 8 Bprlng. 12-24 lm |
"T-MIR SALE—LIST YOU R~ PrtoTßß'Tl", SA LE
JT or exchange, and houses to rent, with
CHAS VICTOR HALL. 223 W First 12-0 lm
FOB SALE—Country Property.
FOR BALK-100 AORKB CHOICE FRUIT
or alfalfa land, with house, barn, small
be-rine orchard, plenty wster, 85 stands of
b cb; will be sold at half Its value; call and ex
amine. ThreUeld & Co., 229 W. Second st.
12-20 3t
l/OR BALE—
LI CHEAP LAND 3
For cultivation of oranges, lemons, waluuts,
figs, apricots and all
CITKL'B AND DKCIPCOt'S mOITS,
corn, alfalfa and vegetables,
$10 TO $05 riK AI RE.
We still have 1400 acres unsold in our
ANAHEIM HOMKSTSAP TRACT,
Which adjoins the town of Anaheim, 50 min
utes from Los Angeles; schools, churches, rail
road station on i ract; 1100 acres sold and lm
proved during past year. For full particulars
see the owuers.
STANIO.N & VAN ALSTINE, 1118. Broadway.
12-4 lm
I7HRBT-CLABS FRUIT LAND, 12 MILES
city, near depot; your own terms aud 10
years Hfcti pr ct. if you ask it, but land must be
improved; a few pice .8 3 years without pay
ments, if trees shall be planted. J.J. Gosper,
129 S. Hprlnc st. 12-4 lm
VO EXCHANGE.
HOUSE ON JEFFERSON ST.,NEAR GRAND
aye, 8 rooms, furnished, for San Francisco |
or Oakland property.
A 5 room cottage, East First st; large lot, well
Improved, for Wisconsin property.
Good flrst-oiass city property to exchange for
a stock o drugs in Ihe city.
4 acres at Dow ney, well Improved, for stock
of goods of almost any kind lv city.
Good acreage pr >perty lor live stuck.
Good acreage property for East Los Angeles
hou«e 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
best.
NEELY * CONVERSE,
102 8. Broadway (Basement).
P. S.—List your property with us for quick
returns, city, couutry or rental. Yours for
business. N AC , 102 S Broadway. 11-20 lm
TjiOß E\.t;il sNiiK UH ri VLE — ■ RAZING
■T lands, bee ranches, farm lands, with springs
of water; lots, notes auil mortgages, diamonds,
etc., etc. J. C. WILLMON, 230 W. First St.
12 1 1m
BUSINESS CHANCES.
1,-<OR BALE —A PAYING HARDWARE
1 business of several years standing, with an
excelltnt trade; the store is well stocked and
located ill the heart of San Jacinto, one of the
be-t small towna in Sou hern California; popu
lation about 1100; for sale ou account ol ill
health. Address J. G. Reiuhardt, San Jacint).
12-20 lm
RUG WE L HS I'ABLISHI'I)
trade; close in, low rent. Apply to J O.
White, 337 Aliso st. 12 20 7t
f ODGING HOUSE, 20 ROOMS, CLOSE IN
i.j on Hill St., finely furnished; must sacrifice
nn accountof sickness; $1000. Also 12 room
lodging house, close iv on Btoadwav. for $750.
NEELY' .v CONVERSE, 102 S. Broadway (Base
ment). 11-26 lm
I7IOR SALbToR~TO KENT—THE SOUTH
" Pasadena hotel and about 4 acres of im
proved land. This property is situated six
miles from Los Angeles, iv the city of South
Pasadena, opposite the Santa Fe depot. The
hotel contalus 40 sleeping rooms, and 1b piped
throughout for ga.s> and hot and cold water and
fitted with electric bells. There are 120 orange
44 apricot. 52 peach, 17 nectarine, 5 quince, 3
almoud. 37 apple, 3 pear, 0 plum, 3 prune, 2
fig aud 0 loquat trees, and a small vineyard, to
gether with a beautiful garden ol flowers and
shrubs. For Inrther particulars address or in
quire of DR. H. F. PITCHER, 17 N. Marengo
aye., Pasadena. Cal. 5-2(1 12ru
EXCUBBIONS.
the sunta Fe route, shortest through car line
to the east; daily through trains to Chiogo;
special family touriat sleeping car excursions
for Kansas City, Bt. Louis Chicago nnd New
York personally attended through to Boston by
haiiia Fo excursion conductors, For cheapest
tickets and full information apply to any agent
Southern California Ry, and City Ticket office
Sautu Fe F.ou c, 129 N. Spring st„ Los Angeles
-1-1 tf
HONOLULU TOURS—HUGH B. RICK, SPE
(i ll agent Oceanic S 8. Co. Oflice: 124
W. Second st; P.O. Box 107 L 12-4 tf
AMM'3 RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP
Ticket Agency, 115 S. Spring St., in front
of the Wielaud. Railroad tickets bought, sold
and exchanged. 9-22 lyr
IJHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA RIO GRANDE
ro tie every Friday personally conducted
through to Chicago and Boston. Office, No. 139
South springst. 1 tf
TC. JUDSON At CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
• every Thursday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. "Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Office, 212 ri. Spring St.
0-1 tf
ROCK ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS
leave Los Angeles Tuesdays'via Denver and
Bio Grande railway. Through Pullman tourist
cars toChicugovia Salt Luke City, LeadvrUi-and
Denver. For circulars, etc., call on or address
F. W. THOMPSON. 13H 8 Springst. 6-12tl
WINTEB KESOBTS.
S TERRA MADRE VILLA HOTEL. SITUATED
at base of mountains, 14 mUen from Los An
gelea, now ODen for guests. Refurnished and
renovated throughout. Pure mountain water
and firstclass table Free 'bus meets Santa Fe
trains at iJimanda park. Reliable conveyances
to Wilson's p-ak. Terms reasonable H. L
BARNARD, lessee cud mauager, l amanda park
p 0.. Los Antreh" Co . Ciil 11 -25-tf
PHTSICIANB.
DR. H. ARENSBERG, GRADUATE OF
University of Berlin. Private. Blood and
nervous diseases a ipeohtlty; disorders of the
genlto-urinary organs cf the most obstinate
character thoroughly aud speedily cured. Of
fice: Room 4 Breed block, 30S X _ 8. Spring St.
Office hours from 9 to 12. 2-5 7-8 p.m. 7-7 tf
DR WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT
surgson to the New York hospital; practice
limited »o surgery and genitourinary diseases
175 N. Spring St. Tel. 73. 12-9 Om
R. LELIA LATTA, 124V4 8. SPRING ST.
Diseases ot women and nervous diseases a
specialty. Office hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 3 to 5
and 7 to 3 p. m. 10 14 2m
DR. C. EDGAR SMITH.
Established 1883.
FEMALE AND RECTAL DTBEABES
A specialty. Piles cured in from five to fif
teen days without the kntSe or detention from
business. Office, corner Main and Sevonth sts.,
Robarts block. Tel, 1031. 9-11 tf
EBECCA~LEE DOBBKY, Ift. D. OFFICE
No. N.Main st. Special attention given
to obstetrics, d'.ueasea of women, especially
nervous troubles and diseases of children.
Hours 9 to 11 a. m. and 2to 4 d. m Telephone
513. le2-tf
M HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D., M.C P. 8.0.
• specialist in dlseacts of the head, throat
and cheat; also females; compound oxygen and
medicated inhalations u:,.jd in all diseases ol
the respiratory organs. Office 137 S. Broad
way, Los Angeles.
RS - DR. WELIi7T27~KAST THIRD ST,
Specialty, diseases of women. Many
years of successful painless methods ln rectal
disease*.
RS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MID
wifery. Ladies cared for during confine
merit al 727 Belleviii. r.ye. m 2B tf
DYERS AND^INISIIEBIT
CAP.ROLL BROS., HAT AND BONNET
Bleachers, 227 W. Fourth St., Loa Angeles.
11-28 lm
I)ARISIAN DYE WORKS, 274 B. MAIN
i street. Best dyeing In the city. 1-13 tf
ETOOPOLITAr-T - STEAM DYK-WORKB,
241 Franklin St. Finn dyeing and clean-
Ing ' i-18-tl
CABBIAOE WOBKS.
Tj> E. WHITE,PRACTICAL CARRIAGEMAN-
Vjm ufacturer, No. 112 8. Los Angeles St. Re
pairing solicited. Telephone 501. 11-24-J1
T U. TABOR, H1V137 W. FIFTH BT. FIRST -
f) • class work guaranteed. Tel 405 11 -22-lm
OPTICIANS.
MH. ALTBRToOTrcLtSTIie 8. BPRINQ
• st„ Los Angeles, Cal. 11-26 lm
wanted—hkip.
~<
A ,PP'y Iromedlately, Los Angelea District <
lei. Co., 847 N, Main st. 12-22 2t
TRAVELING SALESMAN, $50; c6l>rT~B
skilled, 11 unskilled help, 3 boys Kstab- !
ashed 18H0. E. NITTINGER, :u',>', 8. Spring
11-24 lm
WANTED— AT THE U. bT~EM PLOY MENT
office, all kinds of help, male and female, ,
furnished free; the best place ln to city for '
hotel servants; 15 year-' experience; first-class
city reference. 0f1ic0222)4 8. Main st. Tele
phone 12-18 lm
IVAN'fKU—IIKLP! HELP! HELP! KEAR- 1
TT ney 4Rockefeller. Tel. 951. Ladies'de
partment conducted by Mrs. Kearney, 129 S. I
spring st. 177 girls for all kinds of work, $20 I
to $35; 25 woodcboppers, $4 per cord; rauch I
hands, »25 to $30; cooks, waiters, dishwashers,
$25 to $75. Your orders solicited; call and see 1
us and register your names free; eastern oflice.
12-4 lm '
YTT ANTED—ANYBOD V DESIRING ~~TdE
TT best help to send me their address and par
ticulars. L Mayer, 107 W. First St. 11-29 lm
WANTED— A MAN WIIOCAN MILK; AN
nther who understands the care ol horses.
Apply at L. MAYER'S, 107 W. First st.
11-29 lm
__' A NTED—M EN To" WORK IN TH~E
' T country. Apply at L. MAYER'S, 107 W.
First tt. 11-291 m
Y\7 ANTED—FARM HANDS, TEAMSTERS
TT and two clerks. Apply at L, MAYER'S,
107 W. First st. 11-29 lm
ANTED—CITY CANVASSER; BIG COM
mlsslon; between 10 a m. and 3 p. m.
Room 45, Bonebrake building. 5 10 ti
WANTED— ALL NEEDING HELP FREE—
Employment or any information, address
E. NIITINGER'S BUREAU; established 1880
Office, 319 ii S. Spriug; residence, 461 8. Hope
st., cor. Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 113
8-10 tf
wa!\tki>-fl;uai.k help
"£| T fftß;
*T nurse, $40; sales ladies; chambermaids,
$20; waltre«ses, »1 a day; 35 housework. E.
NITTINGER, 319>4 8. Spring. 11-24 lm
\\f A NTED—A GIRL TO DO Q ENERAL
TT housework. Apply at 211 N. Main st
12-17 11
TT7ASTED—A GIRL FOR OHAMBKR WORK
TT and table wa ting; wages $.'5 per month.
The Brunswick, cor. Hill sn I Sixth sts. 12-lOtf
A^ANTRD LADY CAN VABSK R*. IN -
TT quire 527 W Seventh st 12 1 lm
WANTED-AGENTS.
«?AIITED—LADY CANVASSERFORiTMTY;
tt big pay and high (.lass work; call between
10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Room 45, Brjson Bonebrake
block. 1-26 12m
WAIfIED—SITU vi lONS*
TTI*ANTFD—A WOMAN WISHES A FOSI
VI lion as housekeeper for a sentleman. Ad
dress Miss K. B . 350 Montgomery- si., San Jose.
12-17 7t
V*7 ANtTcD—BY~A YOUNO MAN OF STE~ADY
Tv hints, a potiilOU as bookkeeper with a re
liable house; ha\e references. "A." this of
fice. 12 1(1 7t
WANTED-MISOELLANEOUB.
\T7ANTKD-I.AI>'KS TO 00 TO THK AUC
TT lion sale ol lace curtains, 347 S. Spriug
st. All goods sold to the highest bidder.
ANTI^D—FAItTNKR IN~A GOOD
barber shoo; no experience required; one
half interest exchanged for city property or
cash. G. D. Bunch, 118 8 Broadway. 12-107$
\I7 ANTED— MATRIMONIAL BUREAU OF
TT Information, male and female; for par
ticulars send 20c stamps or moner; office
hours, 8 a.m. to 8 pm. Address P. O. Box
1802, Los Augeles, Cal. 12-17 lm
\\7 ANTED-TIT(;IIYsT'pRICES PA I
TT second hand furniture at G. W. Brown's
Store, 500 S. Spriug st. 12-6 lm
• VANTEITIcOoY'S HEADQUARTERS;
TT freeof charge; Californiabratulv, sc; soup
and beer, 6c. GEO. LACOUP-, 401 N.Los An
geles St., Los Angeles, Cal. 11-25 3m
\\7a"nTED -TO SUPPLY EVERY"BODY
T T with kindling, 5 sacks for $1.00 at the hay
i and wood yard, coiuer Seventh aud Olive.
10-2 3m
YI7ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME, CHEAF
\\ est place at BURNS', 268 S. Main st.
1-27-tf
SPECIAL NOTICE.
t6 TT° ME Fo;t INVALIDS" — ST. PAUL'S
Jl Hospital, cor. Hill and 10th sts . 1
block from Grand aye cable, Hud 1 block from
| Main st. cars. Tel. 301. 12-20 lm
DON T WAIT - TILL T111? RUSH COM~
mences. but go immediately to J. J.
I Doran's, 216 8. Main s'.. oppo-ite the cathe-
I oral, and boy your holiday goods; an elegant
stock in ad that is required for Christinas pies
ents lo select from aud prices surprisingly low,
12-8 cod Bt
OUCK—A. LOhItAIN, PROPRIETOR OF
the City Steam Dyeing und Cleaning works,
and oflice have removed to 343 S. Broadway.
12 17 lm
ON'T FORGET THAT WIDNKYS TOY
store la at 555 S. Broadway; low rent an t
low prices; free "stop over" on the cable; it
will pay you togo there. 12 15 lot
TKeRTiI.IZERS FORTaWNS—TUE~SEASON
mv has now arrived when, to get a g r od lawn
and to keep it goid, it i;s necessary it should be
dressed with some kind of fertilizer. We
therefore advise our friends to use our care
fully prepared lawn fertilizer, it being cheaper
than stablo manure. No weeds, no smell,
easily applied, and will be found to produce a
most steady and pleating growth Hut up in
25c. 50c and $1 bugs. Nitrate of sod*, pure
I dissolve I brines, hone meal and suocrphos
plutlt) always on baud. BERMATN FRUIT
CO., Baker block. Los Angeles. 10 29 d.\.w
ABO LINE *>TOV£S CI.ICA.NKI> AND Url-
KJT paired at 403 S. Spring st. (with Horse
shoe Oil Co.); work guaranteed; telephone
1008. M. D. BLACKMAN. 12 3 1m
ALIFORNIA ' STRAW WORKS—LADIES'
and gents'hats cleaned, dyed and reshaped;
the latest styles aud first-class work guara'i
leed. Thurston Steam Dye Worku in connec
tion. Tel. 082. 204 S. Main't. 11-24 lm
Hp RE GREAtTndiaN RUEUMATitJ""cU:iI
L is the greatest discovery made within Un
last 100 years in patent medicines, For sale
by al! leading druggists 10-17 12m
T«LfOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WA'IKS
JL\ Company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rule; The hours for sprinkling are betweer.
0 and B o'clock a. m., and 0 and 8 o'clock p. ro
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a flue of $2 will be
charged before water will beturned on again.
aul7-tf
CHINESE PHYMCIaITs,
liTrIcTpHY.Si7TIaITXnD
surgeon, cures all diseases and sickness of
mon, women and children. Consultation free.
N. I.os Augeles st, Lob Angeles, Cal.
Having suffered with pains in my bones for
three years, I went to San Francisco to take
treatment, but to noelfect. 1 then returned to
L"s Angeles and put myself under tbe care ol
Dr. Lew l.ong Hark aud have been entirely
cured by him I therefore give this public tes
timonial in his behalf. Any person afflicted
with any serious and difficult disease will be
benefited by calling ou the doctor at his oflice,
cor. Fifth and Spring sLs , Los Angeles, Cal. P.
PEHRSON, No. 11l Hewitt St., Los Angeles, Cal.
11-25 6m
CHEMISTS.
WADeT
TT Ists and Assayers; waters, fertilizers, oros,
otc.; assaying taught. 102 S. Broadway.
11-7H tf
BAMBOO GOODS.
KAZUMA, MANUFACTURER Of"bAM
• boo goods, wholesale and retail. 355 8
Broadway, L. A 11 -98 1 in
C A Bl* ENTERS ANI) .lOKKEKB.
JD. KYKE, 220 S. LOS ANGELES ST. FUR
• nlture repairing a specialty. Satisfaction
guaranteed. 11 -20 1 m
AB^TBAtTTsT
pany of Los Angeles, N. W. cor. Frankllr
inrtv pw Wliy*, 81-ipi» .«tTtf
WIBE WOBKS.
riITY WIRE
Pronrietors, 334 N. Main. Ornamental of
fice railings, skylights, scrceus, wire signs,
etc.. etc I'plenhnno 900. 12 3 1 m
MACHINISTS.
M'~
blacksmith shop, iron and brass casting,
tools, models, patterns, nulleys, shafting, hang
ers, etc. General repairing. Telephone 902.
534 S. Los Angeles St. 11-25-4 m
TUBNING.
• band sawing, 220 B. L. A st. All kinds of
fancy and novelty work, banks, offices and
stores fitted. 11201 m
FINANCIAL.
$1,500,000
TO LOAN AT R. 0. LUNT'B
LOAN AND INSURANCE AOENOT,
327 w. Second it.. Adjoining Herald office
CHEAP MONEY.
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of San Francisco. Jul ti
ACIFIC LOAN COMPANY —LOANS MON XT
la an; amounts on all kinds of personal
property and oollatersT security, on pianos
without removal, diamonds. Jewelry, sealskin*.,
bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop*
erty of value; also ou furniture, merchandise,
etc., in warehouses; partial payments received
money without delay; private omoe* for con
sultation; will call If deaired; W. B. DsGROOT,
Manager, room* 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 Smith
Spring at., oppoalte Nadeau hotel. 7-29tf
E LOAN MONEY ON JEWELRY.
pianos, without re ' oval; also on cliy and
county warrants, warehouse receipts, or any
thing of value; private rooms for consultation
or will call if prefeired. So. Calif, l oan and
Investment Co., Rooms 5 and 0, 220 S. Spring
St., opposite L. A. Theater 12-191,1
MO NEY LOANED ON REAL KSIATK.
CHAS. VICTOR HALL, 223 W. First Bt.
12-3-tf
OTTO BRODTBECK. 113 8. BROADWAY.
Money to loan on improved city and coun
try property at lowest current rate. 7-9 tl
AIN STREET SAVINGS BANK
AND TRUST CO.,
HAS MOHBY TO LOAN
lv fIO.OOO and 120,0(10 lots,
AT VKRY LOW RATBS.
420 S. Maiu st. 8-4 tf
Vf ONJCY LOANED ON REAL EST ATM, DlA*
Its. monds, watches, Jewelry, pianos, seal
skins, live stock, carriages, blcyclea and all
kinds of personal and collateral security. LEX
BROS., 402 S. Spring, mlB-tf
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of Inter*
est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main SI
8-1-tf
MONK V TO LOAN.
G B. ROBINSON LOANS AT 6 PER CENT,
. city aud couutry properly. 109 N.
Spring. 1231 m
XDUOATIMN Al..
IJUPIL9 WANTED -
persons of neglected education carefully
taught by un experieie ed teacher; corresi ond
ence s rlclly confidential. Address Instruct
ress Stationß . city. 12-18 7t
AWf. LHARTI'IZ, MUslc Si UDIO, KOOM
• 37,Ca1. Bank build ng; ulso lessons at
pupils'icsideuce. 12-15 3m
ST. HILDA'S HALI, GLK N DALE,~CAL. A
School for girls and young ladles; 3 miles
from L. A. city limits. Eastern people seeking
change of climate for th< ir.daugnters can Una
iv all Southern California no more perteot con
ditions for health and study. The air com
bines all the advantages of both mountain and
sea breeze, and the water Is perfectly pare.
A line tennis court, beautiful walks and drives.
Gnat attention paid to physical culture under
a trained teacher Eicellent table and a lovely
home For information address MISS K. V.
DARLING. Principal, 11-28 lm
OS ANGELES BOTH
J sexes. 6tudents received at any time.
Full regular udvautagea. Music, art, elocu
tion, shorthand and typewrlilug. Military
drill aud Delsarto. CALVIN EBTERLY, Pres
ident. P O. box 2893. 8-1 ti
UDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
Arts, V M.C.A. building. 7-8 tf
THE I.OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
and English Training School (incorporated).
144 S. Main st , Los Angelea. Superior ac
commodations: complete courses In book
keeping, shorthand, typewriting, penmanship,
telegraphy, English and assaying; thorough
daily class drill and close personal attention;
frequent revlows; call and Inspect our facili
ties and method of doing work; wrlto for clr
culara. E. R. Shradcr, President; F. W. Kel
sey, Vlco-prea't; I. N. Inakoep, Sec. d-10 Iyr
YVTOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE
TV AND
SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHIC AND PEN
MANSHIP INSTITUTE
245 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Osl.
The leading commercial school ol Southern
California. Day and evening sessiona.
For catalogue call at the college, or address
HOUGH, FELKEK A WILSON,
7-5 3m Proprietors.
WINKS AND LIQUOKS.
T Oil bTiiT\VER V,
fj icksburg brewery, Chicago brewery, United
statca brewery, Extra Pale Pilsener, Standard,
ErlangerandC'ulmbacher b ers, of high repute.
JACOB ADLOFF, Gen'l Agt, New Main, Mis
sion and Chavez sts., Los Augeles. Telephone
40s. Family trade solicited. 10-0 lm
/ 1 EORGK ZOBKLEIN. JOS. MAIER.
\X Maier A Zobeleiu's Brewery Lager in
kegs oi bot'les, m ilt and brewers' supplies.
Office, 444 Aliso St., Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phonc9l. 12-4 lm
fONRY J. A. BTUHR, NATIVE CALTFOR
nIa wines and brandies; agent for thecele
bratcil O. X extra and Kosedale whiskeys,
228 W. First St., Los Angoles, Cal. Telephone
949. 12-3 lm
L ESCALLIER DEALER IN GROCERIES.
• provisions, liquors, cigars and general
produce, 500 and 502 Aliso st., Loa Angeles,
Cal. Telephone 053. 12-3 lm
F,"> FLEUR, WINE AND LIQUOR MER-
Jm chant, 404 and 40tl N. Los Angelea at.
TelephoneB24. Family trade supplied. Goods
delivered to any part ol the city Iron of charge.
Orders for the country proinp.lv attended to.
Agency and depot ol Duals sam'.i wine vaults
ut Napa City, Cal, 12-31 ly
'■II VACIIK it CO., SUCCESSORS TO VACHE
X. Frercs A Co., wholesale dealers in Wines
»n l I iquors. Depot for the celebrated brands
of Brookiide Viueysrd. t or. Comuiorclul and
Alameda sts., Los Autre cs. Cal. Telephone 309.
12-2 lm
f AsT & and
j liquor merchants, 181 N Main tt., Los
Angel-8 Cal. wines and oianoics a specialty.
Telephone 38. 1211 m
OI.DBM ITHB BROS , sUNsEtTvTnE CO.,
VT wiuegrowera and wholesale, liquor deal
ers, 632-637 N. Main. Telephone 842. P.O.
Box IOBS, Station C, Los Angeles. 12-1 lm
MLEVY A CO., SUCCESSOR TO L. A.
• Vint'ge Co , imporlcrs and Jobbers of
wines and livuors, 312 314 N. Los Augeles at.
Telephone 133. P.O. Box 17. rttt. C. 12-1 lm
lA.I A. WINE CO , 303 N. MAIN ST., WILL
J% shin two cases assorted Cal, wines, con
sisting of 24 qt bottles (choicest), to snv ad
dress in the 11. s. (freight prepaid) for $8.50.
Telephone 923. 12-1 lm
~T A CO~T
fj« family liquor DKAi.Kits,
311-313 NEW HIGH ST.
TELEPHONE 390 12 1 lm
\~~V7ONOLO, wll(sld<SALK AND RETAIL
. dealer in wines and liquors, 110 West
First st.. Los Auteles, Cal. Telephone 2'?'.:; V.
O Box 210. Jl-20-tm
/"lALIFOHNI \ WINE CO., MAIN OFFICE,
v_' 222 South Spring St., Los Angeles. Califor
nia wines and brandies. Wineries at Sierra
Madre 11 29 2 m
OTEI NIKE A BRUNING D~BA LERSI NCA iT
O wines and brandies, main office cor. Los Au
geles and Commercial sts, I.os Augeles; tele
phone 538; established in ISSS. 1128 1m
ITIRED1 TIRED HOUR, WINES, LIQUORS A CIGARS.
1 wholesale and retail, 358 S. Spring st. Tele
phone 238. 11-20 lm
J. WOOLLACOTT, IMFoRTI' R AND EX>
• ]>orterof flno liquor-. Send for whole
sale price list, especially prepared for the holi
day trade. 124 aud 120 N. Spring St., L A.
11 20 1m
DKKTIBTU.
D~r7tU (HrEiHTIISNTI jT-
8. Springst. 11-25-tf
RANK V. McBEATH, DEN i
Spring St., Room 1, Workm..j blk. 1 i-K tf
gTcUNNINGHAM, DENT7si\ No. 131
• N. Spring St., rooms 1 and S, Phillips
block, Los Angeles, Cal. m 1 v t
R. G. KNKPPFRTbENTIST, NoTliiO W
First St., old Wilson block. 5-31 tl
wT'WELLS, FIRST
• sts., Wilson block; tr.ko elevator; teeth
filled and extracted without pain; gold crowns
and bridge work a specialty. Room 36. m4tt
DR. TOLHURST, DENTIST, IOXJs; N.SPRING
St.. rooms 2. 6 and 7. Painless extracting
insurance:.
Insurb"with~
_ _ , dobinBon a vkttkr.
8- 4 tf 214 South Broadway.
QABICHI A McCONNAChTe; REAL EITATE
O and Insurance, 232 8. Main st. 1125 1m
MANTBLS AND GRATIS,
JB. BLC N ER
• mantels, grates, art tiling, fireplace fur
niture, vestibule and floor tiling. Grate re
pairing a specialty. 610 North Main street,
Los Angeles, Cal. 12 0-lm

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