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to Rant, Buy or Sell Property, will do well to
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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
DO YOU HA VK
to realize quick on your merchandise or
"istock? See us. (5 ROHM ANN & FKGLKY, 14
'•and 15 Bryson blo-'k, Spring and Seoond.
1-25 tl
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ond hend dealers, when yon can send for
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■or get you double the money at auction. GROB
teANfi * FEGLBY*, city auctioneers tend bro
kers, 14 aud 15 Bryson & Bonebrake bloc*.
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"I F. SLOPES. HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE
JX, 112 Center Place. 1-15 tl
F COURSE YOU WILL VtslT THE
World's Columbian Exposition. But do
you kHow where you will sleep while in Chi
cago? A limited number can secure such oc-
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Jtl tamed at tbe following places: Spring and
Second, First aud Spring, Jnnction Temple and
Spring, front of Germania saloon, Main Btreet.
Our signs indicate our address, 618 Bellevue
avenue. Don't be imposed upon by imitators.
Buy tbe genuine article at the above locations.
We are the originators of the genuine Texas
tamales in Los Angeles. 12-14 (im
YPEWRITKRS FOR SALE OR REX T |
terms easy; Paper. Carbon, Ribbons, etc
LONGLKY A WAGNER, First and Spring.
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OTICE —THE LOB ANGELES CITY WATER
Company will strictly enforce the following
pule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6
and 8 o'clock a.m. and 6 and 8 o clock p.m.
For a violation of the above regulation the water
will be shut off and a fine ol $72 will be charged
before water will bo minted oo agMu 8-17 • f
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KNIGHTS OF ~PYTHIAS—THE VARIOUS
lodges of the Order of Knights ol Pythias
in this city hold regular conventions as below.
All resident and visiting Knights cordially
welcomed.
SAMSON NO. 148—700 Downey aye. (E. Los An
gclcs), Monday evening, J. K. Carson, C. 0.
AT PYTHIAN CASTLE, 118!* S. SPRING ST.
GAUNTLET NO. 129—Monday evening, J. J.
Choatc. C. C.
TRICOLOR NO. 90 —Tuesday evening, George
B. Shaffer, C. C.
LA FRATERNITE—Wednesday evonnlg, i.
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BUREAU OF RELIEF—Every Wednesday even
ing until further notice.
f Work in third.
WANTED—HELP.
PETTY, HUMMEL & CO., EMPLOYMENT
agents, successors to Martin & Co, and Pet
ty & Hummel, Hotel and house-help depart
ment, 131 to 135 West First street, telephone
609: ranch and miscellaneous department, £07
West Second struct, telephone 40, Los Angeles,
Cal. Carefully selected help ol all kinds
promptly furnished.
IF YOU WANT HELP OF ANY KIND, GO
to the Free Kmpioyinent Bureau, 240 New
High at. Tel. 1153. 1-29 t(
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vr Employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGSK'S BUREAU, established 18S0.
Office, South Spring street; residence,
451 couth Hope street, corner Filth, Los Ange
l's. t'a'„ Telephone 113. 8-18 tl
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V t good cook to do cooking aud gcueral work.
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millinery business, or will accept position as
saleslady in any department. Call or address
Sljisan tee street. 119 t;
ANTED--ALL KINDS OF FAMILY BKW
ing to do, at room 13, No. 412 8. Hope
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to your other business in addition. Address
AGENTS, box Go, Herald office. 1-Stf
WANTED— 8ALARY OR COMMISbION TO
agents to handle the Patent Chemical
Ink Erasing Pencil. Wie most useful and novel
invention of the age. Erases ink thoroughly in
two seconds. Works like magic 200 to 500
per cent profit Agents making $jO per week.
We also want a general agent to take charge of
territory, and aproir.t sub agents. A rare
chance to make money. Wrlto for terms and
specimen ot erasing. MONROE ERASER MAN
UFACTURING COMPANY, X 315, La Crosse,
Wis. 1-llrn
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LOST— ONE DARK BAY "OR MAHOGANY
colered hoise, with no white. About Hi
hands high aud branded with Ess wrench ou
hip and shoulders; wore a rope on heck.
Finder will please return him to CHAPMAN .'.
HEKN'a corral, Ino. 359 East First street, and
t*t Pay. 1 30 2t
LOBT-2 BLACK MARE COLTS. YEARLING
and 2-year-old; 2 year-old 3 white feet
and white,tripe down face. Address I. INVKK
ARIIY, Vernoudala. 1 29 3t
CAME TO PELLIBSIKR PLACE, ON WEST
Seventh street, ounlde city limits, ouo
black mare. Owner em have same by proving
properly aud paying ' harges 1 27 lot
»■* IISD OR STOLEN.
' ' 1 -ht, 1150; a little white on fore
hesd; ou»»,, aplit: shod n:< front teet Finier
will pleaseaddre-s to STEVE IitYEU, Vernon-
LL B^ 71
CTRAYED-ONF MARE 8 YETrS
i 01.. . n,.' .-. t , > on.hip: bilslered
'' ■r l ' . 1 alace livery stablo,
i. I>3o tl
f < ..„. i— LiOUSES.
■ - ...usesallovjirthecity"
O. A. Sumner <k Co., 107 d. Broadway
4 VI
FOE KENT—BOOMS.
FOR BENT — rKVKRAL
rooms forhousekcepi'ig; no children. b2O
W Hlil street. 1 25 at
»■ "rrr? 0 ?. oi.ih wellp.obn~
W ' LLBo HUTTON, ATT jR . J.Y- 1 P
vT'w I *?' . Roo P« BSK and 80 Temple
block, Los 1-4 a m
JAY K. H UNTER ATTORN EY -AT - LAW—
Bryson-Boneorako block. Telenhone 628.
Practice in all the couus, state aud federal.
7-1 tl
BEN GOODRICH. LAWYiCR, NO. 2 LAW
building, 125 Temple sireet, near court
house Telephone 108. 76 tf
TTfSSE ATTORNEY AT LAW, FUL
• ton block, 207 New High street, Ix>s An
rxln. l-i«tf
BARGAINS IN REAL &STAT2.
o«>r\iiA 1
and large lot two squares Irom cable J
pars.
<i U U V i WILL BUY a fine 10-room house and
eijUvvrvr] nice lot, n ar cable cars,
si < "' iM WILL BUY a fine 3-rootn house and
fIPHNHJU nice lot on West Thirtieth street,
»Ir".A WILL BUY' a nice 5-room house and 41
sD 1 -~ ■ • 1 lot iv southwost, on Freeman street.
J>o»ii a ILL BUY* a nice 5-room house and
nPOsHJ lot, 50x12 . feet, on Nor.h State street,
tgf SVWI WILL BUY* a nice 5-room house and
*i?I«-lrVlot 55x140 feet, near cable csrs.
w!>) —•: WILL BUY' a nice lot on Third near
street, two squvres from cable
cars.
Ann WILL BUY a lOacre alfalfa ranch, |)
nJ7llrVl/3-room hard-fiuishtd house.
sj> rt/WW. WILL BUY 12acr-* near city. 4-room
house', wUdmlll. In bear ug frulis.
,m Wil l. Bity «\, acres at San Dlmas;
si?«/Vrv very cboica aud cheap.
will BUY 3 Out) lota, three squares _
'1? I tfyf from car line; pert cash. dj
w < lUU\ WILL PC V 3 tine lots, two squares 3
33 11W Irom car line; part cash. te
w* \i til WIL',- BUY a choice resident lot In J
Caster Grove tract. Any o above on P
1. atailmeut if desired. E. B. THRhLKKLD, "
113 South Broadway. 1-23 3t J
ArAKLIGH l FUL HOME AT A GREA I' BAB- P
gain, wlthtn 15 m nutes of business center -
on tho best side of the city; 0 room bouse, 3
nine closets, patented water closet, baths and I 3
every conceivable convenience the neat could I •
desire; 12 ac, es of land abundance of water; n
orchard of walnuts; pears, apples and many p
other kinds r f fruit; gripes ana berries of every v
kind; for the piic-t this oanaot be matched in
Southern 1 altfornla: only $4500: terms. KHOP £
wish; balance on easy terms. The buildings "1
cost am out asked. '"ILBERT & G LHKRT, a
South spring street. i -29 3t w
<i 1 CA1 Vh IAY PKEI'TY HOME, SPI.aNJ)- %
H>l(J\!\t idly tlni ned inside: large lot; ce
ment walks; beating fruit trees; between two £
car lines. Price $1800. CUDDY <!: STOCGH- 3
TON, 141 South Broadway, 1-20 3t vi
HOUSE - OF 9 ROOMSTbaTH, J
gas, and every modern convenience, g
on Joe to feet front, with driveway ano stable,
awn and towers, on electric car line Price £
$l!0l»0, part cash. CUDDY & STOCGHTON, 3
141 South Broadway. 1-19 3l 8
BEAUTIFUL BUILD'NG £
nc 1 —sW." lots on Twenty-eighth st, near Fig
ueroa trice $1250 each. CUDDY&STOUCH. 1
TON, 141 S. Broadway. 1-29 3t J
LARGS CORNER LOT ON i.'
•S-OUu Hope st. (Ox 65: clos« iv Price I
$.BvO. CUDDY 4 BTOUGHTON, 111 8. Broad
way. 1 29 3t I
QIA KAA—A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE OF~7 ,
stT'TsJow rooms, • atb, closets, etc .on a large „
loton West El'httv nth «t. Price $4500. CWD- «
HY ,v STOCGHTON. lit S. Broadway. 1-29 :.'t '*
»jT|"-A-FOS SALE ON INBTALLMI NTS. 2
nM iOUa hard-finished and newly papered -,
iiotise e,f 7 rotras on L.-roy, near Main sireet; a
bargain. M. P. BNYDKR. 139 S. Broadway. i
H»« t
-pORSALE—A LOVEI V 10-BOOM MODERN *
r hon«e on Grand avenue; one of the best
appointed houses on the street: fine corner lot, I
nicely improved: price $ 0,000 NORTON & ,
KENNEDY, 209 S.Broadway. 1-29 3t j,
t»Q~»A-TWO FINK LOTS ON TWENT "TH >
OOtHI street, near Figueroa; p-ioe $850 ->
tae-h. CUDDY & STOUeiHfXI-l, 141 S .ulh
Broadway. 1-20 3t "I
IJlOt SALE—GOOD U-RUOM Hou7e, CLOSE '
to Main and Piro: newly papered and
painted; milv $1300, worth dout.le. NORTON "
& KENNEDY, 20J 3. Btoadway, 1-29 {
HOUSE AND J
1 basement, souibtrest part city, one-hall *
block from eioclric ca:s; fine yard and lawn;
only $20. O: best purchase iv this city. NOR
TON ai KENNEDY, 209 3. Broadway. " 1-29 j
FOR HALS—A GOOD CORNER LOT IN T>B '
Bonnie Brae, 100x160, only $2500 NOR- 1
TON <» KENNEDY, 209 Kouth Broadway.
1 29 3t
T7OR BAlJ*:—lOOxlrfSTO ALLEY ON CLEAN '
1 side Hoover strett, adjoining the Harper I
traci, $1500. NOiITON A KENNEDY, .09
South Broadway; 1-29 3t
TtToR SALE—GOOD LOT IN URM3TON
Jf tract, $325. NORTON ill KENNEDY, 209 '
south Broadway. 1-VS 3t 1
I "-OK SALE—GOOD LOT IN PARK VILLA
1 tract, Bonsallo aye, $900. NORTON &
KE.-iNEDY, 209 Souta Broadway. 1-29 81
tjjoniiri-* LARGE LOT OK UNION AYE- 1
sJp*.Vrs,'U nue, near First s%eet, with nice 1
house ol six rooms, bath. etc. Price $20t'0;
part Cash. CUDDY efcSTOUGHTON,I4J t S/IJUII
I SAID"I WAS GOING TO SELL A 00-FOOT
lot on ti. Spring street, and so I will, soon at
some price. If yon want it. address BOX 453,
Pasadena, Cal. 1-28 5t
Ij-ORSALE—TWO VERY HANDSOME BUILD-
B lug lots on Eleventh street, west of Pearl, 1
in a very desirab c quarter of the city: size, 1
50x1225, each. Address FOR SALE, P. O. box .
565, city. 1-26
I'loi. - Sale—two-story s room house,
1 stable, 2507 South Flower st. I'ol-DiiX- 1
TER & LImT, 127 W. Second. 1 20 lm
FOB SALE—I HAVJC A CLTJsBT WHO IB
compelled to sell tbree lots in East Los An
geles at a great socrlflce. They front on Han
sen street 'graded) and are within one block of '
Kurtz s!rc-t cars. A great bargain. Address
JAY' E. HUNTER, Attcrney, Bryson-Bonebrake '
block; 1.17 tf '
T7VOR SVLE-siOoo-AN ELEGANT HOUBE
X of 10 rooms. No. 124 West Twenty-fifth
street. OWNER, 2803 South Main. 1-17 tf
IjtOß SALE —AT A BARGAIN—A GOOD RES
-1 idence in a very desirable part of the city;
this is a rare chance; must be sold; extra ln
ducemeuts. Address R, box 70, thisoffi, e.l-14tf ,
F~ OR SALE—HOU EON HOME ST., ONE
block north of Ellis college; 5 rooms, bard
finish, pantry, closets, etc.; also good hou>e
aud lot on Philadelphia st, Want cash offer
foe either of above. Address BARGAIN, box
40, this offica. 1-14 If :
FOR SALE — FIB T CLASS LOCALITY!
handsome one and one-half story cottage;
eight rooms, marble mantels and grates, hot
and cold water: boiler in kit"hen, etc., ere.
We oiler litis very desirable residence, iv tho
midst of handsome Improvements, for the ex
traordinary iow price ol 98659 cash. Address,
W. L. P., Box 5U5, city. 1-14 tf
FOB SALE—A NEAT NEW 5-ROOM COT- 1
tage, with bathroom, closets, etc.; nice lot: ;
only three mluutes' walk from Arcsde depot; ■
price low and terms easy; just the thing feir a 1
railroudmau. Adurc>s W. L. P., box 565, city. |
1 14tf I
TJMIR SALE—A LOVELY 10-ROOM HOUSE
V attd lot 60x150, close In; every modern
lrnprnvexrtent; cement walks; on car line; 1
$6000, terms to suit: a good bay. Address B.
W.i box 20. this office. 1-14 tf
IjlOR SALE—ONE OF T::E MOST VALUABLE ,
* Coiner business loR In tbe city. I offer for
sale, at a very low price, most desirable lot ip
the city; a bargain. Address, W.l* P,, Box 565,
1-14 tf I
ITIOR BALE-91325-A NEW FIVE-ROOM !
1 house on McGarry street, near Ninth and 1
Alameda; monthly pavraents, $15, AL I-sON !
BARLOW, 227 West Second street, 112 tf 1
TjIOB SALE— $1600-NEW 5 BOOM COT
i 1 luge, Michigan avenue, between Mott and
1 rlcket stteei?: monthly payments. ALLISON 1
BaRIOW, 227 west second hi. I-29-tf 1
1/OR SALE—SSOOO BUYS A BRICK BLOCK 1
* on Second st,: 2 stores and 13 rooms; easy
terms, bee OWNEP, room 78, Temple block.
M-3-tf I
PUKSICIANB.
C GEORGE H. BEaCuT M. V. OFFICE AND
T residence, 131 Kortb Spring street, (/fflce
hours, S to 12,1 to 0, 6toBp. m. Telephone 1
433. 11-3-tf 1
MRS. DR. WHLI.S —OFFICES X HEB J
brick block, 1-7 Eat ] bird street, between :
Main snd ia>i Angelea; diseases of women, nor- ,
vuus, rectal, sterility and genito-urluary dis
eases; also electro therapeutics. Honrs, 10 to r
4/7tO_B;
M~~ RS. DS." J. H SMITH, SPECIA'TY MID- !
wlfery. I adles tared for during confine- ,
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly J
att»'nrl'"l '11 Telephone I ' in. m2H tf
MUSICAL. I
f
JL> aud Art: open all the year. MRS. ,
KMILY J. VA LRN'TINE. precldeut. corner \
Broadway and Fifth street. 8-14 ly i
BANJoTbY - MISS E.~\l. A TBURY; 5 AND £
6 stringed taught Stndlo 51. Take elevator 1
by P. ople's store, Huiilps block. 11 12 12m S
s-pHK KAMMaRMEYEB ORCHESTBA-j-
A flrst-crasß music It'rnished for balls, partlos, -
concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin, man- T
dolin, etc , taught. Room 21, New Wlllard J
block, 32S>t South Spring street. Lot Angeles, c
Cal. 10-14 ly I
1 ■ — 1 \
ARCHITECT. f
C~~ii7IiROWN,"
. Brjadway. . 8-7 . y_
lyußGiM J-BEEVK, architectTestab- J
I> 11 bed for past 10 yeara in Los Angeles, r
ltn-.ms 7 andS h: cond floor), Workman block, p
S|»ri"g-s-., oe wcci: Hecrmd and Third 1-25 ly *
CONTRACTORS.
1
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LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3Q, 1893.
FOR SALE -COUNTRY PROPFitTY.
<
V moist land, miles from Agricultural '
Park; a veiy desirable piece of land for an 1
alfalfa ranch; will sell cheap oi exchange or j
orange land. I
12 choice lots in town of Santa AraandTus
tin. will sell cheap or exchange for ranch ;
property. 1
106 acres of the v ry best alfalfa land in Santa
Ana valley; comlort»ble farmhouse and ,
buildings: barn Just built, coat $1200; bear- \
lag apple aud pear orchard; arieal>*n water
Eiped to hou-e ai d hi'n; all fenced with s
oard fencing; only 100 rods from good ?
ach-ol; this property wnl make one of the 1
flnesi dairy ranches in the state; a cream ty 1
has ju-t been established in close proximity;
will sell ai a saorlfic i for cash. S
10 acres, about two blocks fr.,m the ceuter of
Tvs in. near Santa Ana: ab uit 300 bearing <■
orange trees, 10 shares i f water; beautifully '
located for a homo; will sell cheap or ex- 4
change for city pro erty; it will pay you to ,
see this property before you buy or exchange.
i ddress G. J. w., 15U, Hera d. 1-25 j
ACRS— SNAP-CHOICB LA Y D A3 -
say in California; 115 acres adjoining
:own of Gardena; water in 15 f"t: wnl all ,
whole or in 10 acre lots; commence selling
Monday, February 6: if you intend to buy laud
For a home or speculation examine this prop- j
srty at oure and gen your choice; must be sold t
to close up. Fur.her pa tlcalara of JOHN L. r
PAVKOVICH. VPS Wes: Flr.tst. 12-18-tf f
fills (UIiHU ACRKS OF FINE LAND AT }
5?lv«l»l1l Anaheim; 3 acres in beanne and ;
S3 acres in young walnuts: 2 acres in bearing »
sprlcots: balance in oranges and lemons, good ;
house, etc . will exchange fur city property '
Price $10,000. CUDDY A SfOUUHTON, 141 J
j. Broadway. 1-29 3t J
ffIfHAA-io ACRE 3 OF LEVEL LAND; 8 1
C~ rW acres In bearing apricots; 3 acres in
si alfa 2J acres In cultivation: abundauce ol
water; close to the city Price only If oO or ;
sere. CUDDY&STOCGHTON, 141 S. Broad' ;
wa y; 1-29 St j
ACRES, ALL IN SOLID WArtH- 1
QPUOt l\i lngton navel oranges, with a perfect <
water right only a short rldo from the city;
will ex-'hange for vacant lots in the city.
Price¥3oOo. CUDDY & oTOI'GHTOX, 141 J3 ]
Broadway 1-29 3t J
ffl -nA-SO ACRES OF t IOVERNMENT LAND;
9P«)UU nor far fr< m the city; 40 acres fencoo: I
8 acres in wheat; good honsu aud 5 hen of
cattle: all compleie. Price #500. CUDDY &
BTOUGHTON, 1418. Broadway. 1-29 3t j
tSRsXL¥-12 ACRES C IIOICE FOOT HIL T . I
orange grove in fu'l bearing; good build- :
ings; deeded water: price $0000. Let m show I
you this. NORTON & KENNEDY, 209 South
1-29 31
IriOR~BALE-150 ACRES; 100 ACBEB IN I
orange and walnut grove: one of the Ones', i
young orchards In the slate; will show up with
anything at double the price aud will soon pay
$ 0,000 to $15,100 per year Income; $ 50 : er
»ere. Look this up. NORTON & KEN KDY, .
209 South Broadway. 1-29 3t I
F" OR SALE-160 ACRES DAMP LAND SOUTH t
ol city; 120 acre* solid to alfalfa and flue,
balance in grain: $ 00 per aero takes it The
best buy in southern 'fKllfornio. NORTON A
KENNaDY. 209 South Broadway. 1-20 3t
I?10R KALE-10 ACRI-t SOLID TO NAVEL
* oranges, two years old, at ighlands. Noth
ingllner. House and barn, water deeded. To 1
seelstobuv. Prlco only $5500. NORTON &
KENiiKDY, 209 South Broadway, 1-29 3t
I VIR BAiE-20 ACRESIiTtHE BALDWIN
ranph, solid to navel oranges three yents
old and the finest in the land, $500 per acre.
NORTON et KENNEDY, 209 South Broadway
1-29 St
£ 1 X(\l\-X CASH BUYS 10 ACS El SUL-
Sp I t)\r\i tana vinevnrd and house; Vyi miles
to 2 depots. W. H "TOWNoSND, No 8 East
Colorado street, Pasadena. 1-27 7t
FOR BALE—4O ACR2B IMPROVED LAND
with fin* residence and good water, within
8 miles of the court house, Los Angeles: cheap
and on favorable terms. Address ACRES. P. O.
box 505, city. 1-25 tf
CWB, BALE-12 ACRES OF THE BEST
JT l»nd in Los Angeles county: close to city
Umlfs: on the main drive to Pasadena; . very
great bargain. Address W. L. P., box 505, city.
1 14 tl
OR SALE-300,000 ACRES OF CHOICE
land In the great raisin be:t of Kern coun
ty; the safest inves ment in California. Ad
dress BORAX, box 70, this office. 1 14 tl
OR >*ALE—TWO ACRES WITH HARD
flnlshed house of four rooms and kitchen;
wineiralll and tsnk-house; barn for five horses;
all fenced; plenty of water; situated near city
limits, Apply to 116 East First street up
stairs. 12-23 tl
CNAP—BEPT BARGAIN OFFERED IN
imm <aYSnniwf'l w —ttAO acrfß nil good
orange and lemon land with water; no wash;
partly set ont in trees: small house and cistern;
tills offer good for one week only. OWNER,
208 W. First_«L 1 28 St
OR SALE—4OO ACREI LAND NEAR RB
dondoaeach; good level land; sandy loam
soli; fine laud lor all deciduous fruits and
grain. A bargain; $50 per acre. Address
AC atS, box 20, this office. l-14tf
I7IOR BALE—22 ACRES, % MILE OUI>iDK,
' city limits of Pasadena: good water right
aud water piped on land. This is fine orange
land and ouly $300 per acre. Address WATKa,
box 40, this office. l-14tf
OR HALE—IN KERS COUNTY, FOR PUR
poses of colonization, 3842 44 100 acres of
as good land as can be found in Ketn county;
no fancy prices. In all there is about six sec
tions, three ol which join each other. Like
other acreage, all that is necessary is develop
ment to make this land rank with some of the
best in Southern California, also in Tulare
county. I can offer 5456 76-100 acres of some
of tbe b*st land In said county; some parts of
this land have already been sold as high as $50
fier acre. It Is in the artesian belt section, and
or purposes of colonization no better land can
be found. .This land is all contuuous to the
B. P. R. R-, and Is offered ou the most favoranle
terms ana at a low price to party or parlies
taking it all. or will offer it in section lo:s at
equally low figures. For location, price, terms,
etc , address OWNER, box 30. Herald office.
1 14 tf
PERSONAL.
PERSONAL— DANIEL J. O'KANE, PROFES
slonal nurse, 502 South Broadway, Los
Ange.eta, Cal. Telephone 926. 1-18 14t
T)ERSONAL —COFFEE FRE'H ROASTED ON
A our Giant coffee roaster: Java and Mocha.
35c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c; gran, sugar, 18
lbs $1; brown sugar, 21 lbs $1: 6 lbs rolled oats
or wheat, 25c; 4 lb» rice, 25c; germea, 20c;
3 pkts starch, 25c: 5 lbs.good tea. $1; mince
meat, 5c lb; currant jelly, 10c lb: 5 lbs raslus,
25c; 3 lbs apricots, 25c: bacon, 15c; coal oil,
80c; brooms, 20c. "ECONOMIC" bTORES, 305
8. Spring.
ROF. BTBARNB, THE OLDEST ABTROLO
-gißt in the state. 127 South Broadway, bet.
First aud Second. 110 lm
NCLE SAM WINE CELLARS. E. FLEUR
Wholesale and retail. Sonoma and Napa
dry and sweet wines. Brandies, whiskys. 1-6
ERBONAL— RALPHS BROS — GOLD BAR
Flour, 181.16; city flour, 85c; brown sugar.
20 lbs $1; granulated sugar, 18 lbs $1; white
sugar, 18 lbs $1; 5 boxes sardines, 25c: 3 cans
fruit, 50c; 50 bars soap, $1; eastern gasoline,
80c, and coal oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned beef, 16c;
lard, 10 lbs, $1.30: 51bs, «50. 601 South Spring
street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf
GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN
• street, Chicago, 111.; 28 years' experi
ence; secrecy; special facilities in sevoral
states; Goodrich on divorce, with laws of all
states, in press. 11-16-ly
ERB(7i«AL—W. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER,
112'j Sooth Broadway. Probate and in
snlvencr law a specialty. Advice free. 723 ly
EEDIOAL PERSONALS.
PERSONAL— LADIEfTIF YOU DESIRE TO
make yourself beautiful you can do so at a
very small expense. It is a proparstlon that is
harmless. Best of recommendations from all
parts of the country. I will be in Los Angeles
only a short time. Will call and see you. Ad
dresß, MME. A, A. LORRAINE, Poßtothce box
565, city. l-7tf
0 THE LADIES OF IXSB ANGELES: I
will only be in this city a short time. No
advance money. No lo,> desired unless you
are perfectly satisfied. Address MME.
ROULET. box 20, Herald office, 1-8-tf
XT*OR LADIES ONLY-THB PROPHYLACTIC
JJ Compound is the greatest medical discov
ery of the age. Absolutely sure aud safe. Every
bottle guaranteed. Write to the Prophylactic
Compound Company. Fresno, Lial., for a de
scriptive circular, which contains information
that may save you years of suffering, and per
haps your life. Circulars and the preparation
can be obtained from all druggists. F. W.
BRACN & CO., distributing agents for South
ernf:alifornia. 716
MEDIUMS,
MRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOYANT—CONSUL
tations on business, love, marriage, dls*
ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take
University electric car tv Forrester avenue, go
west tbree blocks to Vine street, second house
from crppr of V'-rmopt avenue.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS.
t< H. BOYNT' N, M. D., I'ItsEAeES OF
0» children Office and residence 835 3.
Olive si. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. 2to 4
p.m. Telephone 874 10-Otf
ABSTRACTS;
ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCe'cOM
pany ol Los Angeles, northwest corner of
Fr<"'VMn «nrt New fir!'. i>tr<>et« ml 7 tf
BUSINESS CHAJrJCKS.
fil»< Jtl\A-A GROCERY STORK WITH P. O.
nrls nr\J oonoecied; on main road leading In
to Los Augelea. clearing over $100 per month,
sickness cause for selling. Price $1500. CUD
DY & 3TOUOHTON, 141 8 Broadway. 1-29 3t
kSTAIY—ONE OF THE - BEST AND FINI£BT
v I 1 lodging houses iv the city; centrally
located; reasonable rent; permanent tenants In
ail rooms; long lease; sickness reason for sell
ing. Piice $700. CUDDY & tTOUGIITON,
1»18 Broadway; a-2f» 3t
dU AND LUNCH HOUSE;
e"N > 1 •! newly fitted throughout: on Spring st.;
long lease. Price $375. CUDDY & SIOUGH
TON, 141 s. Broadway. 1-29 3t
(a> j STORK D UNG NO. 1
sir isMJ business; on principal st ; net profit
over $100 per mo.; selling as owner goes east
Prlcesl6o, CUDDY A STOU9HTO.N, 141 3.
Bioadway. 1-29 3t
I™b~sal«-sii,so67Tn THIS city! A
niannfaciurlug business. For terms aud
particulars address Ho.. Box 60. 1-29 7t
1X)B SALE-BLACKS«;TH SHOP, 'TICK
and to Is Good reasous ior selling M W.
sTEKLB, Santa Monica, Cal. 1 28-30 2 1
USINESB CHANCE—FOR SALE—ONE OF
the most beautiful homes iv Los Angeles: 9
toouhouso, closets, bath, fine, cellar; gas ma
chine, gas all through tho house; hand omi
fixtures house new aud modern; 2-story barn,
with a room in It for servant; large lot. corner,
90x310; lots of fruit: to any party la search of
a coolie homo in a select neighborhood at price
mnch below its value, I have but to Bay, see
tnis place; owcer will tak- an Improved ranch
in the Ban Gabriel or San Fornando valleys in
part pay: b .lance to suit, providing same is
u-iincumb red; this place is clear. Address
BU6INES3, p. o. box 565, city, 125
BUSINESS NICK, CLEAN
stock of gcrerai merehanciso for sale on
Main st., Lcs Angles: parly wa-'ts to sell as he
don't sane the biz and had to take stock on ac
count of loan; new and clean; horse and de
livery wagon included; cheap for KA3II. Ad
dress AT ONCE, p. o bo.-. 565 city. 1-25
BlreiNasii c~hanck— fob" sale—drug
store: central; good stand: low rent; good
prescription business as well as general trade;
costs uothlngto inquire Into it; will t.nk<s some
plop rty as part pay. Address CHANCE, p. o.
box 565, oitf. 1-26
nU aINKB3 CHANCE —A NEW WCHE M~■
l> which throws everything else in tho shado
and paralyses hard times—4o aereß of fine
raislu ,and for $1000 cssh, with bnlanco In five
years: water abundant. Ad:r t ss RAISIN, p o.
box 505, city. 1-25
ITICR SALE—STOCK OF GROCERIES AND
AJ store fixtures; new goods - well locatea on
South Spring street; business good; best of
reasons for selling Inquire of E. W. HUTH .
RIE, Abstract building. 1-21 lm
OTICE—THE LEASE, FIXTURES AND
stock of tbe Los Angeles Clothing com
pany, No. 141 North Main street, oppcßlte
Western Union telegraph office, Is for safe at 75
cents on the dollar. For pm-tlonlars, Inquire
on premises. A rare chance to ge: Into busi
ness. Part payment only required, call im
mediately. 19 lm
IJIOR SALE—RESTAURANT; FINK LOCA
; tion; large trade; good business opening;
principals only, and to them we ran show first
Class opening. BENE. WARD, CLAY & CO.,
138 South spring street. 1-8 lm
T^OR~BTIE— COJIPLfiTK.
A 1 3 3 E First street 1-29 7t
FOR SAI.E-IrIISCEI.I.ANEOOS.
I7>ORliAl3£nT.Kffi
wagon, both with top at a bargain; also 1
0-year-old mare, warranted kind aud gentle:
or will trade for hay or good mllch cow. Ap
ply 2112 City View street, Royle Heights.
1-20 2t
I7IOR BAIE—YOUNG'7'gENTLE HOIKT.'.tN
' mllch • ow. veiv cheap. Corner Vermont
and Thirtieth street 1-29 2t
r7-T"H REYNOLDS HAS ARRIVKD FROM
Xa the north with a carload of fine family
horses, gentle, all good roadsters and well bred,
wbich be ■;r -rs for sate cheap; a so fine livery
turnouts to let. Specisl attention Hiven to
boarders. OLIVE ST Hi-lis, 628 8. Olive st.
1-29 8t
OR 8 A LX—PLY MOUTH ROCK K6G3. 917
Date street. 1-28 3t
Y7*OR SALE—CHEAP, 4 ROOM HOUSES TO
J" be moved; also store and 4 moms; also 20
doors; wheel cultivator, new; 1 large feed cut
ter, will take team work for last mentioned.
Apply at tract, Rosedale anu Adams sts.
CHAS. VICTOR HALL. 1-19-tl
OS. SALE—ORGAN. FOR CHURCH OR
parlor; powerful, sweet tone: rierlect order;
12 stops, tost $300. Price $65. E. B.
aoa W«t Vint alH»t lt2.9A.tf
OR SALE—LARGE FAMILY HORSE, SAFE,
powerful, sorrel, 1300 pounds; cheap
BROADWAY STABLES, near Fourth. 12 25 tf
T7<OR SALE—OLD PAPK.BS IN QUANTI.
J" 1 ties tr, still, at this office.
EINANCIAI..
P"~Ai ; )s'HfLi :
In any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on pianos with
out removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskinß, bi
cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property of
value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., In
warehouses; partial payments received, money
without delay; private offices for consultation;
will call If desired. W. X. DeGROOT, Manager,
rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 8. Spring St., opposite
Nadeau hoteL 7-29 tf
ONEY~TO loan in sums to suit, at
low rate of interest Security must be first
class. Address LOANS, Box 60, this office. l-Btf
ONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT; ANY
amount. M. P. SNYDER, 139 South
Broadway. 8-13 6m
MONEY TO LOAN ON COUNTRY AND
city property; lowest rates. W R.BURKK,
notary public, 169 North Spring street.B-13 6m
ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL
ry, watches, pianos, sealßklns, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and
collateral security. LEE BROS, 402 8. Spring.
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of Inter
est, see Security Bavingß Bank, 148 H. Main st,
8-1 tf
TO JLO AN.
MONEY TO LOAN—S.IOO,
at a low rate of Interest on Improved city
real eßtate. Address FINANCIAL, box 846,
Los Angeles city. 1-21 tf
HAVE $50,000 TO LOAN ON A 1 SECURITY
at low rate of interest. Will loan as a
whole or part of the above amount. Address
SECURITY, Box 60. this office. 1-8 tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MAIN
STREET SAVINGS BANK, 426 South
Main street. 10-26 tf
OINDUXTER & LIST, BROKERS, 127 W,
Second st., loan money on good security at
reasonable rates. Farm loans a specialty. If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us, 8-17 6m
ONEY TO LOAN —A. R. FRABEB A F: D.
Lanterman, 139 8, Broadway, 8-17 6m
EXCURSIONS.
0, NE DAY SAVED BY TAKING
,<*^,tJhr ? '*''' Santa fe's excursioim to Ivan-
sasClty, st Louis, Chicago, .New
York and Bostou. Leave < os Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago aud Boston: fumily tourist s eepers to
Kansas City and Chicago dally; low rates and
quickest time. Office 129 N. Spring St. lyr
GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE EXCURSIONS.
Experienced conductors: through from Los
Angeles to Boston; only six days to Now York
or Boston; tourist cars. F. E. SHEARER, man
ager, office, 229 South Spring st,, Los Angeles,
10-16 6m
0. JUL-80K A 00.'B EXCURSIONS EASI
• every Wednesday via Salt Lake fllty and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago aud Boston
Manager lv charge, Office, 212 8. Spring st.
6-1 tt
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND
Ulo Grande railway and the Great Rook
Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday.
Personally conducted through to Chicago and
Boston Office Kn. South Coring St. Itf
HOTELS.
stop at is HOTEL BELLEVUE TERRACE,
Corner Sixth and Pearl streets. It is the only
first-class family and tourist hotel In the city,
with largo beautiful lawns, broad sunny
parches, and all large, outside sunny rooms,
with open grates, Iree baths, and service A 1.
Rates—2s rooms, $7 per week; 2 persons, $14
, 40 rooms, $9 per week; 2 persons. $15,
35 rooms, $10 per week; 2 c>ersous, $17.
25 rooms, $12 per week; 2 persons; $20,
Special rates to monthly orpermanent people,
11-20 3m MRS. C. W. STEWART, Propr.
BLEWETT HOUSE—FURNISHED ROOMS,
entirely new, single or en Buite, bath rooms
oonnected; suitable for housekeeping. 1,6
East V.ut street, New Wilson block. 12 23 tf
HO FFMAN HOUSE-AMERICAN PLAN; 62
outside rooms, superbly furnished; first
class in cv ry way; 1 claim is unexcelled;
strancert invited: $1.50 to $2 50perday. T.
W. BTROBIiIDOK. 11 1- 3m
Miss c staffer", chTropodist. 2ii
W Kirs' s». ,oppo*)t- *AJ1»»TI hotel I?34tt
|70R«XcaANuE-20 HEAD COW', 1 SPAN
r 6-year-old mares, weight 1300 eaoh; 1
arriage horse, well broke, 7 years old to ex
nance lor city prnpertv or small acreage,
lORTON A KENNEDY. 209 B. Broadway.
1 29
rO EXCHANGE —FOR FIRST-CLASS RE 3
ldent property in Los Aug-le', ai reason
blc prices, the best ot fruit lands, with first
lass water right. The citrus fruits, rsisln,
rape and apricot are in their home. Address
>. o. box stio, el y 1 35
1 _ COTTAGUS ON MONTREAL
.street: all conveniences; lot 90zl 18; fine
awn, shrubbery; price $5000; rented ior $30
ier month; for vacaut lots near Westlake.
<ORTON & KENNEDY. 209 8. Broadway.
1 29 3t
O EXCHANGE—TWOCOTTAGES AND LOT
at Pasadena o i Orange grove avenue lor
uyp operty or acreage. Address PA3ADEN A,
iox 80, Herald office. 1-25
1-SO - EXTIIANGE-BRICK STORK, PAaA
dena, forcltv property; store rented 'or
iiOO per year. Address BARGAIN, box 80,
lerald office; t-25
¥XTKX'ThA'-GE—lO ACRES HIGHLY IM~-
J. proved at Gleudale lor part cash and good,
ilear. el'y property Aprity Immediately. Ad
iresß EXCHANGE, bux 80 Herald office.
1 25
0 SXCHANGK-2>< STORY HOUSE, 25
rooms, corn-r lot, modern improvements;
ilso five acres and five lots iv Santa Cruz, a),
o exchange for city or acreage. Address P H.
', Herald office, 1-25
O~EXCHANGE—GOOD PROPERTY HERE
and la eastern states, cle*r, for ranch in
.osAugeles county, clear. Address RA>CH,
'. O. box 565, city. 1-26
[•OR I \ 'HANGS-IMPROVED EASTERN
' farm and cattle for merchandise or real es
ate. OWNER, 14 hryson block. 1-30 tl
S'nAOKJt ALFALFA RANCH. 5 MILES
JU south of city, wi th 17 head aitle, 4 horses,
wagons aud implements; price $ 75 pr acre 1
or Oily property, NORTON A KENNEDY, 2.9
i. Broadway. 1W 3t
I-iO - EXCHANGE—NICE HOUSE AND LOT
onNiuthst for Improved ranch east oi Los
Angeles: small mortgage of $1000. Address
VIuRIGAGE, P. O. b0x550, . ity. 1 25
1~V) EXCHANGE — DRUG STORE FOR
orange land or small Irult r'.nch in Ban
3abricl va'ltv; $3000 to $3500; good lease ant
iow rent Address BAN GABRIEL, box 20,
Herald office; 1 25
cTexCHANGK-F'NK HOUSE ON OLIVE
st, house lot 60x165; will tike good acre
ige iv any part ol the county. Addresß HOUSE,
box 20, Herald office. 1 25
Tf7"EXCfITNGE-FIFTY-FIVE ACRtfS AT
Comptou; good house, fine barn, 2 flowing
wells, fenced and cross-fenced, house,
B rooms; '.'5 acres in alfalfa, full stand, 5 acres
in orchard an* 25 acres in general cultivation;
mow, rs, rakes, tools, 3 wagons, 1 spriug wagun,
harnea=, etc.; 16 head of nor es. This is a flno
ranch; is in umbere-d lor U value: mortgage
caustand; will take ».n improved pi'Co in tho
city. Address COMPTON, box 50 iserald
office. 1-25
HpO KXCHANGE-20 ACRES, DELIGHT-
X fully situated at Creseuta Cafiada; small
house of 4 rooms: 3 or 4 acres in trees and
grapes; wa er r.ght aud water Is piped to the
pla"e; no frost, no fog; land Is adapted to all
kinds of fruit; no Incumbrance, tend will ex
change for city property that is unincumbered.
Address FRUIT, box 30, Heraldomce. 1 25
iTifi-ACRE FOOTHILL FRUIT AND GRAIN
10U ranch; 7 acres in bearing fruit, 60 acres
in grain: good 6-r"om house, bam, well, mill
and tank; price, $25 per acre; for city prop
erty. NORTON & KENNEDY, 209 3. Broad
way; 1-S9 3t
rpO EXCHANGE —HOUSE AND LOT, 25
X rooms, hatd finish, bath, hot and coid
water, nicely f rulshcd, lawn, flowers, etc., to
exchange for ranch within 15 miles of Los An
geles. Address LAWN, box 40, Herald office.
1_25
rrtO EXCHANGE—44 ACRES, 1 MILK FROM
A. F.orence hou«e 6 rooms, -hard finish, 5 ar
tesian wells, 2 small orchsrds, 30 acres in al
falfa, 2 barns, tine chicken house and 2 incu
bators, to exchange for city property. AddreßS
B. R. 5, box 30, Ueiald office. 1 25
r-pO EXCHANGE—2O ACRES % MILE FROM
X Studehaker; house 8 rooms, barn for 4
horses; small granary; 150 fruit tr. es; all fenced
and cross fenced; 2 wells and good water right,
to exebhngi lor house and lot in this city. Ad
dress A. B. C, box 30, Herald office. 1 25
0 EXCHANGE—2O ACBeT?£ MILE FROM
Compton: house 2 rooms, shed, barn arid
20 acres adjoiniug, with house of 7 rooms and
bath, lard finish, large barn, corral and or
chard; exch.uge for bouse and lot. AddreßS
t.. n. tl., box 00, Herald office. 1 25
0 EXCHANGE—BI A.;RE3 NEAR DOW
ney; moist land, house four rooms, good,
Urge barn, carriage and tool house, chickan
house, r orral with living water in corner, 10
acres in corn, 13 acres in apple orchard, IS
acres iv alfalfa, balance in pasitire; four cows
giving milk, two cows dry. 12 Lead young
cattle, nine large Polaand china hogs, 10 tine
pigs, one span horses and harness, two new
plows, 1 cultivator, one double drag, mowing
machine and rake, chickens, dairy tools and
other implements; 87 shates water stock, to ex*
change ior good fruit ranch. Address W. L.
P., P. O. box 665, city. 1-25
TO EACHANGE—BUSINESS AND RKBl
dence property In Leavenworth and Kansas
City for merchandise or good ranch; also, good
Improved farms In Kansas, Nebraska and Mis
souri for California properly; also, California
for eastern. Address, KANSAS, box 50,
Herald office. 1-25
THO EXCHANGE—SSOOO STOCK OF CROCK~-
X cry cm! glassware for house and lot, good
chance for business; 24 acres in Anaheim, all
in Irult, good house, barn aid water right;
three houses well rented on Olive street, for
house near Florence or Compton; tiO acres near
Santa Rosa lor house end lot in city. Address,
W. L. P., P. O. box 565, city. 1-25
OR EXCHANGE —AN UPRIGHT FISHER
piano (Berlin make) nearly new, for a good
horse. Must be gentle and not over five years
of age. Address EXCHANGE, box 80, Her
ald office. 1-8 tf
O<)A ACRES FINE FRUIT LAND NEAR
• >—'' Chatsworth Park, all now in -train;
price $50 per acre. NORTON ii KENN EDY,
2095. Broadway. 1-29 31
OR EXCHANGE—A LARGE AND ELE
gant hotel in thriving town, acres of
grounds. Will take half of purchase price in
oastern or California property And give easy
terms of payment for balance. Address or ap
ply toT. 8. KMOLES, Ontario, San Bernardino
county. 1-1 tf
EDUCATIONAL.
LA. SCHOOL OF
• corporated.) New studios, entrance in
Chamber of Commerce. L. E. Garden-Macleod,
principal. Pasadena Tuesdays snd Fridays.
QCHOOL OF EXPRESSION—FULL COURSE
O in elocution. For particulars call on or ad
dress by mall PROF. JOHN M'OULLOUGH,
Potomac block. room 108. Evening classes;
take elevator. 1-13 lm
EACHEBB' CLASS PS SPARING FOR
county examination. Positions for govern
esses and teachers. 120% S. Spring. 12-25 tf
03 ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL,
(Incorporated) 144 South Main st.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coat. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying, and all English
branches. Large, able, and mature faculty of
instructors. Day atd evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at college office, or write for
elegant catalogue. E. R. SHRADER, President;
F. W. KELSEY,Vice-President; I. N. INSKEEP,
secretary. 8-16 91 tf
ABTBURY SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's store, Phillips block. Send for cata
logue, 1012 12m
MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF
Piano, Voice Culture, Guitar and Banjo.
ARDMOUR, Broadway and Sixth st. 9-24-11
AWILLHABTITZ, MUSICAL STUDIO,
. mom 37, California Bank B'ld'g. 8-13 ly
DENTISTS.
Spring street, rooms 4 and 5.
Teeth extracted aud filled with
-18 82~~E8tabHshed—1882. 7
DR. L. W. WELLS COR. OF S -RING AND
First streets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown nuu bridge work a specialty; teeth
txtrac ed without pain. Room 1. m 4 tf
DAMS BROB., DENTISTS, 230'< i 8. SPRING,
bet. Second and Third. Palhleßs filling and
extree ing, 60c aud $1: crowns $5: set teeth,
$6 to $10; established in L. A. city 13yrs. 12-8
I -IRAN X STEVEN-', 32ija" S. SPRING ST.
Open Sunday and evenings by electric light.
DR7TOLHUR3T7DENTT6T, 108H N
st.. rooms 2, 6 and 7 Painless extraction.
CONTRACTORS AND BPILDERB,
CINRAiS"BCH^itE^
ousand asphalt paving. 237 W. First St.
tf

PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS. ETC.
HAZARD & TO WNBBND, ROOM B, TIOWNBY
block. TM. 347. Io« Am.-cle- "tV^M
AMUSEMENTS.
Under the direction ot AL. HAYMAN.
McLaik & I.human, Managers.
January 39 and 31,
THE VERSATILE COMEDIAN,
ALBA HEYWOOD,
BCPPOBTID BY A
CAPABLE COMPANY OF PLAYERS,
WUI pre§ent, by pvrm.f*io i of Sol Smith Bus
ieil, the b.'ut and funniest of his
succesies
NEW EDGEWOOD FOLKS
Under tho management ol n W. Heywood
Bale of Beats opens Friday, Jan. 27.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
McLain a Lehman, Managers.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Friday Evening February 3d.
MIDDAUGH'S MUSICAL COMEDY COM
PANY AND.GOLD BAND
IN —
OUR GERMAN WARD.
A sparkling four act Comedy wl h a strong
plot—A company of competent come
dian*—A world of fun.
Music! SINGINaI DAN INQI
The most realistic fire soene ever seen on the
Btaf c.
Mlddaugh's handsomely uniformed Sold
Baud will parade the principal streets, giving
afternoon and evening concerts, augmented by
Mr. Georgd liunbar, the celebr ted double eu
phonium soloist, an 1 operatic oroliestra,
| OS ANGBLBB THEATER.
Thursday and Friday Fab.O & 10,
At 7:4.5 p.m. Saturday Matinee,
Feb. 11, at 2 p.m.
THE NATIONAL PAGEANT
lor the Benefit of the News and Working
Boys' Home.
Singing I Danciogl Drama! Opera I Tableaux 1
ELEVEN GREAT HISTORICAL SCENES.
200 Artisti! Gorgeous Effects!
Calcium Lights! Music—Orchestra.
Reserved seats. 0)1, 75, 50 and 25 cents, on
sale on and after Feb 2d at J. B. Brown's Mu
sic store, 111 N. spring »t,
JLLINOIS HALL.
Friday Bvenlnc Feb. 3d, 7:30.
FREE LECTURE BY
EX-QOV. ST. JOHN.
Subject: "THE TWIN ROBBEBB.*
Music by Mr. and Mrc.lLowlnsky.
PIANO RECITAL
oivais ny
MRS. IM. O. BROWNING
ON
WEDNE3DAY EVENING, FEB. IST,
At Congregational Church, North Daly street,
East Los Angeles.
Tickets, 25 eta., for sale at Bartlett's Music
House, 103 N. Spring Bt, 1-28 5t
PEOPLE'S AMPHITHEATER,
North Main, near First street.
Chas. A. Doyle, Business Manager.
OVERWHELMING SUCCESS!
Commencing week, Saturday, Jan, 28, '93.
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY,
At a large expense,
MR. DAN LESTER,
THE VETERAN CLOWN,
Late of Sells Bros.' circus, also Barnum's and
Forepauga's, aud other large shows. He will
produce one of his mirth-provoking
PANTOMIMES
In conjunction with a new company,
NEW FACES! NEW FEATURES!
Two performances daily, 2:15 and 8:15. Ad
mission, 10 and 20 cts.; reserved seats, 30 ots.
ORIGINAL VIENNA BUFFET,
Corner Main and Requens, Streets.
J. H. KENNED if, Bus. Manager,
Return of the Great
-9(''HOLSTON''ar
Engllsh Burlesque Prima Donna,
First appearance of the charming New York
serio-comic, MISS AMY POMEROY-
A wonderful bit of the treat MONTANIO
FAMILY, in their great acrobatic and postur
lug acts.
Also MASTERS HARRY and PERRY, In
their black-face sketch, ''Darkeys' Serenade,"
Introducing their burlesque boxing.
Return of the favorite comic singer, Mr.
BILLY' FINLEY, the man who wrote "Tr ra-ra
Boom-de-ay."
A J. McNIECB, with a full hand.
Matinee every afternoon at 2 o'clock.
/AFT-New show next week. 11-17 3m
THB PALACE,
Corner First and Spring streets.
(Family aud ladles' entrance on First St.)
THE
VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS
Will tender a concert every day from 12 to
1:30 p.m. (during lunch hour); also a
| GRAND CONCERT EVERY EVENING •
From 7:30 p.m. to 12 m.
The best commercis 1 lunch In the city from
11 a.m. till 2 p.m., and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A la carte from 6 p.m. to 12 m. 12 22 tf
SV VIENNA BUFFET.
114 and 116 Court strets.
F. kerkow, PropKisTOß.
Family Entrance. Family Departments.
FREE, REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND
CONCEBT EVERY EVENING.
This week
JTJNIE HOWARD
FLOSSIE MOORE
STELLA SUITS
AND
THE BERTH FAMILY,
Iflss Marguerite Berth; directress. *
FINE COMMERCIAL LUNCH from 11 a.m.
2 p m., and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A LA CABTE AT ALL HOUBS
The only place for Imported Bavarian bear
on draught, and Berlin Weiss beer; also Limp's
Extra Pale. , 4-3 tf
DYJBRSj\ND FINHHBR^.
PARISIAN D?« WORKS, 274 BOUa'H MAIN
Btreet. Best dyeing in tho city. 1-13 tf
BTROPOLITAN STB \ M DYE WORK*, 241
Franklin street. Fine dyeing and clean
Ing " 1-13 tf
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
THE 'SANTA MONICA WHARF AND TBR.
minal Railway company, a corooration.
Principal place of business, 204 South Spring
street, Los Angeles, Cal.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
tho directors, held on the 21st day of January.
1893, an aase'sment of one dollar per share was
levied upon tho capital stock of the corpora
tion, payable to the secretary and treasurer of
the company at Its office, 204 South spring
street, Lob Angeles, Cal. Any stock upon which
this assessment shall remain v i paid on the
27th day of February, 1893. will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at public auction, and,
unless payment is made before, will be sold on
the 18th day ot March, 1893, at 11 o'clock
a. m., at the offlce of the company, to pay the
delinquent assessment, together with costs of
advertising and expenses of sale.
ARTHUR GAYFORD, Secretary.
Offlce of the company. No. 204 South Spring
street. Los Angeles, CaL 1-30-Mon 4t
"Terry, mott & co.s
LUMBER YARDS
AND PLANING MILLS.
816 Commoroial street, Los Angeles, Oal.
THE SPIRITS WERE VERY TAME.
The Features of a Regular
Sunday Seance.
How the Credulous Are ToM Imagin
ative Narratives.
Scenes at a Gathering of Those Who Re
lieve They Can Peep Under the
Curtain that Hides the
Unknown,
The mediumistic reporter of the Her
ald yesterday attended a spiritualistic
meeting in tbe Grand opera house build
ing.
The conditions seemed to have been
more favorable for spirits from the
"other eide" than for those in the flesh,
inasmuch as the former were not taxed
the usual admission fee of 10 cents.
A woman medium presided and spoke
at length of the powers aud conditions
of mediums and visitations of spirits. A
young woman was finally prevailed upon
to play, which she did very charmingly
after the usual excuse about having, for
gotten her notes, She also accompanied
herself with a eong which called upon
the spirits in no uncertain tones, and no
doubt they hastened to come at ones.
The woman in charge descended from
the platform and gave tests among tbe
audience.
"You seem to be hampered and tied
down to a cowuion-place life; your am
bition is to Boar aloft, to fly BDd be above
ordinary worldy affairs," said the me
dium to a rather plump lady, whose
stylish bat was tipped with bird's
wings, suggestive of her aerial desires.
The lady nodded her plumed head in
acknowledgment of her ambition. ''You
have mediumistic powers, but you do
not know it," suggested tbe medium,
and the subject not being very sure
about it, smiled approvingly.
"I see a spirit hovering about you;
hand me something and I will tell you
who it is," said the medium to an evi
dent convert on the front seat. The
man handed out a pocket-knife, when
the medium said: "You have an
inquisitive turn of mind; you
always wish to examine both
sides of every auestion. If you
take a knife in your hand, you want to
open it, examine it, and see what it is.
The spirit over you is that of a relative
who died suddenly with a trouble in the
chest, also in the side. Do you recog
nize such a relative?"
The subject recognized such an one
among his numerous relatives who had
gone before.
A decided brunette, with a black hat
tipped with ostrich feathers dyed black,
banded the medium her glove.
"You are very mediumistic, and
should develop your powers. About
tbree years ago there was a change in
your life. Is not that so?"
The subject admitted that it was, bnt
did not state whether Bhe had changed
boarding-bouses, made a visit to Santa
Monica or merely sued for a divorce.
''You also have changed your plan of
living within tbe past two or three
years; you are more practical in
your ideas, more methodical, and
rather prefer to look upon the bright
eide of life, but you are a little too back
ward."
The lady bowed her head and blushed,
when the medium passed to another
eubject.
A lady handed the medium a Bilk
handkerchief.
"This is a non-conductor," said tbe
medium, handing back the handker
chief.
"Yes, my husband has been," said
the lady, not understanding tbe science
of electric currents. She handed the
medium a glove, and was told that the
spirit of a young man with a moustache
aud goatee, and dressed neatly, waa
hovering around her. She was asked if
she recognized the young man. She re
plied thatehe did.
The medium then called upon an
other professional medium, a man, to
give a few teste. He mounted the plat
form, saying that tbe conditions were
not favorable for him, that be felt cold
and chilly; he feared|that be was about
to have a chill, or, said he, "Perhaps I
am going to be drowned."
After the laughter had subsided, be
asked:
"Is this hall cold, or is it because I
am chilled by tbe spirits?"
Several ladies who were bundled up
enugly in imitation seal-skin Backs said
that it was not cold, when the medium
ceased trembling.
"It seems to me tbat I am about to
drown," he continued, "but I will try a
test on our president first."
"The influence that has come over
you," Baid the preeident, by way of
helping him out of bis floundering sea
of troubles, "is that of a relative of mine
who was drowned at sea and now his
spirit ha 9 control of yon. Tbe spirits
told that gentleman not to go to sea
until May, but be went in February,
and the vessel and all on board were
lost."
The gentlemen with the chill then an
nounced where he could be found by
those who wished professional sittings,
and left the platform to shake off the
influence. •
The professional carda of several
mediums were read; the young lady
with dimples again played without
notes, and the audience and tbe spirits
dispersed.
Trade Mark Case.
Judge Thayer of the United States cir
cuit court at St. Louis, recently granted
a perpetual injunction, and reference to
a master to assess the damages sustain
ed by the plaintiff, in a suit against
Joseph Tegethoff, instituted by Tbe
Hoatetter company of Pittskurg. De
fendant Tegethoff is restrained from
makind or selliisg imitation Hostetter
Stomach Bitters in any manner what
ever ; either in bulk, by the gallon, or
by refilling empty Hostetter bottles;
md from the use of the word "Hostet
ter" in connection with any article of
stomach bitters, thus protecting tbe
plaintiff in the exclusive use of tbe word
"Hostetter" as a "Trade-name."
Again to the Front.
X, Cohon, formerly of tho well-known Vien
na bakery. is once more In business and la lo
cate - at 310 south spring street, where he Is
conducting a coffee and in urn room and where
he will be pleased to see his many friends and
the public In geneial,
Oar Homo Brew,
Miiinr & Zobelein's I.ager, fresh from tho
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loous, delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Offlce aud brewery, 144 Alisost. Tolorhone 91.
Cnoamonca Wine Agency.
Wo are now prepared to furnish families with
One old Uucamonga wines and brandr; alsa
flue old northern dry wines. 313 north Main
st , Downey block. Telephone, 520.
The Beat and Cheapest
Tailoring done at 164 Bouth Spring street.
Alterations, dyeing and cleaning; misfit o oth-
Itltt nisutshl: repairing n rt atlv ("n-to

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