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• OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
CHURCH NOTICES.
R.
Adams and Figueroa streets. Celebration
of the Holy Eucharist at 8 a. m.; morning
aervice and sermon at 11; Sunday school at 3;
lull choral evensong and sermon at 7:30 p. m.
Churchmen visiting Los Angeles are cordially
invited to St. John's. Seats free; vested choir
of 32 voices, men, women and hoys. Take Grand
avenue cable to Adams street and walk one
block west. Key. B. W. R. Tayler, rector.
C~ 11 R IST CHURCH, EPISCOPAL, —CORNER
Flower and Pico streets; Alfred S. ( lark,
rector; residence, 1510 South Flower street.
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Holy
communion first and third Sundays of the
month. Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Seats
iree. Strangers are cordially invited to all
services. Electric cars to Pico Heights or Uni
versity station pass the church.
T. PAUL'S CHURCH, OLIVE ST., BETWEEN
Fifth and Sixth sts. Service today by the
rector, Rev. John Gray, lately of the church of
the Advent, San Francisco. Holy communion
will be administered at the usual hours, 7 and
31 a.m. The public cordially invited. Mr.
Gray especially requests of all parishioners
and worshippers living in aud belonging to
Bt. Paul's parish to assemble their children at
the Sunday school every Sunday morning, as
he intends to give personal attention aud care
to that part of church work.
OPIRITUALISM "-"spiritualists w ill
tl meet at Foresters' hall, 107 North Main
Btreet. At 2:30 p. m. Captain Wingett will
demonstrate the science of Instantaneous
healing: 7:30 p, m. he will demonstrate the
occult force of hypnotism, its healing power
and developing o't mediums. Professor Allen
will give a short talk. What is it?
/MIURCH OF TIIE UNITY-CORNER HILL
KJ and Third streets, Rev. .!. S. Thomson,
pastor. Services Sunday at 11 a. in.: Sabbath
school. 9:30 a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.
Subject Sunday morning: Looking Into the
Face of the Future. Evening service con
ducted by the assistant pastor, Rev. F. Preston,
assisted by Rev. .1. S. Thomson.
CHURCH - OF~TIIE"InEW~ERA -MEETS AT
Illinois hall, comer of Sixth and iiroad
way. Bunday school at 9:80. Morning diseua
sion at 11 o'clock—Prohibition vs. State Con
trol Evening sermon by Rev. W. C. Row man:
Socialism and Anarchy defined, and the people
defended against religious bigotry. Seats free
and all are invited.
FIRST PHESIiYTERIAN CHURCH, CORNER
Second and Broadway. Preaching at 11 a.
m. by Burt Estes Howard. Sunday school at
8:30 a.m. Y.P.S.C. at BriiO p.m., and regular
services at 7:80 p.m. Prayer meeting daily at
noon and Thursday at 7:45 p.m. Strangers
cordially invited.
rI IIIEOSOi PHICAL SOCIETY—FREE PUBLIC
.1 lectures every Sunday, 7:45 p. m., at
Rlavatsky hall 431 1 , Spring streeet, between
Fourth and Fifth streets, up stairs. Tonight,
Thcosophy, Occultism and Science, by Mr.
Frank NeubßUer. Questions from the audi
ence.
Im MANUEL PRE¥in - TlciT7Ty cHrliTTf,
corner Tenth and Pearl streets. Preaching
by Rev. Dr. Chichester at 11 n.m and 7:30 p.m.
Young people's meeting at 7:30 p.m. Church
prayer meeting on Thursday evening. Every
body welcome.
QIMPSOX M. E. TABERNACLE. 734 BOOTH
O Spring street—B :30 a. m., Sunday school;
11 a. m., sermon by Rev. A. M. Adkinson; 7:;-0
p. m., song service and address by Rev. A.
M. Adkinson. Seats/ree. Everybody invited.
THE PEOPLE'sIJhURCH(tfoNSECTARIAN)
Rev. .1. 11. Phillips pastor. Services in
Grand Opera House hall at 11a.m. subject:
The Life of a Thought. Everybody invited.
R- EV.~WILL A. K"sloiTfEX"lvTLL PItEvCH
his first sermon in (trace M. E. church on
First street at 11a.m. today. Rev. ,1. W. Van
Cleve will preach at 7:30 p. in. ■'
SPECIAL NOTICES.
WANTED— A LOT ON SAN PEDRO, THIS
W side of Eighteenth st.
Will exchange a line 20 acre tract, well im
proved for city property.
Will exchange 17 ai-rcs, close in, well im
proved, for a good hotel properly.
For sale, house and lot, close in, 5 gou>.
rooms, for $50 essh and $15 per mouth.
House and lot tor $400.
Wanted to buy, a tiist-elass 23-room lodgin.
house in good locution ior cash.
Riverside land nnd money' to ex< 3 lot
Los Angeles improved property.
M.v KN IGII fk IT ,iD,
9-23 tf 252 S. I id
OT ICE—THE LOS ANGELES CI YT, •"'.!!
company will strictly enforce " foltoi -
ing rules: The hours for sprinkling ai tv -n
6 and Bo'clock a. m. and 6 and 8 o'cli 'k
For a violation of the above regula,, i ti ,
water will be shut off and a flue ot' $2 .. ,v oe
charged before the water will be turned on
again. 8 17tf
rplIE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE ST \TE
1_ Loan and Trust company are Inclosed .i a
fire-prooi and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks, anil brilliantly lighted by electricity;
alcoves attached for the private examination
of valuables, witli writing muterials; a young
lady in attendance. 8 1 tf
ESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief for
painful and irregular menses—from whatevei
cause. For sale by FREEMAN & CARPER, 102
North Spring st. Price, $2 per box. 59 ly
1G TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; all kinds of painting and repair
ing. 128 San Pedro St., between First and
Second sts., Los Angeles. 7 6 tf
OR HOUSES TO RUNT CALL ON "
BARNES BARNES,
9-23 tf 227 W. Second st.
SCHOOL OF DRESSMAKING, CUTTING AND
fitting; patterns out; French tailor system,
Room 87, Potomac block. 8 27 lm
T\6 voi~wa'nt~to rent your house ?
It Leave your key with II ILL A: Co., 123 W.
Beeond st. 9 1 tf
F. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE,
. 112 Center place 1 13 ti
-LOST AND FOUND.
OBT—THURSDAY^&FTfs_{o3if"oSF "tRE
j Termiuul railway, or in thin city, 11 red
leather pocket book, containing moneys valu
able pepers and the cards oi the owner! The
finder will be liberally rewarded by returniiuc
tbe same to Westminster hotel, 9-29 31
CTRAYEn-OR STOLEN? PRomT'LACE oP
►~ Knnferle, on Wilmington avenue, 2 miles
this side ol Wilmington, one dark brown ma re,
white spot on but Bind loot; no brand; black
mane. A liberal reward will be paid for return
to ANDREW STEPHENS. Simla Monica. !»-;!> 7t
lOSTI OST-A PAIR OP DOUBLE EYEGLASSES
j with ions handle, between the Santa l"c
depot and 17.". N. Spring street. The finder
will be rewarded by returning tin' same lo
MARK (I. JONES, oflice 175 N. Spring street.
<>BT-SATTTn»AY7sEPTEMIIER tItITTI, BE
tween llopo street and the Hek..u> office,
a ladies' gold watch. Kinder please return to
221) W. Second street and receive reward. It
CTRay"ed-from roper A HEITCIIEWS
O camp, outfall sewer, two mules: one black
one dark bay. Leave al camp and get reward
!)-:!!> St '
BKOKBKg.
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JV» Second st. Confidential business agent
for investors or borrowers. If you wish to
lend or borrow, or invest in any securities,
please calL 8-1 v
HELP WaNTRD-M'LI.
*oe TO $90 PER WEEK—TO AGENTS,
HP—ladies or gentlemen, using or selling
"Old Reliable Plater." Only practical way to
replate rusty and worn knives, forks, spoons,
etc., quickly done by dipping in melted metal.
No experience, polishing ormachtnery. Thick
plate at one operation; lasts 5 to 10 years;
fine finish when taken from the plater. Every
family has plating to do. Plater sells readily.
I'rollts large. W. P. HARRISON & CO., Clerk
No. 13, Columbus, O. 8-1 f-sun's 12t
\\' A NTEP—ALL NF 'I ,i!.P * FREE
TT employment o* s im Mot,, si dress
E. NITTIN' Eli'S Ri l , esi n., shod 1880.
oflice, 310',, S. s - nn at.; r< »Id 4CI 8.
Hope It, corner F l, ..os Angeles. Cal Tele
phone 113. -Mot;
fux~^man~to viv kT~
ft salary $78 . . expenses, a..d position
permanent if suit e„< 10.,e reference and
self adOre c -e ' ■ ta, T en,clop, IFF NA
TIONAL, tl ••»• 1 'de, it
IJETTY,1 JETTY, FMaSi . "••«.. FMPLOYMKNt
agents, 131-133 W. ! irs Teh phone 509.
Under the Los Angeles Nai.onrl bank. Help
of all kinds care ;iy selecti i, nd furnished.
Situations of all kinds fumi- lied 7-0 If
\\- A NTEII-ANY MA"X~THROI"GH ARIZO
TT na on commercial business can secure
an addition to his Income by applying at the
Herald office. The best of references must be
given. 9-29 tf
piTY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA
\J bor Bureau, 240 New High st. Telephone
1153; for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, Manager.
9-22 lm
T\ T ANTED—PARTY TO DRILL WELL. I. S.
T> SMITH, Insurance Agent, 227 W. First
sk 9-27 tl
HKLP WANTED—FBHALI.
? » years of age, for help in housework. Ap
ply to JAB. N.PEMBERTON, South Los An
geles, cor. Central aye. and Nellie St. It
TV A NTK D~G OOr7iIELP FO R HOT~ELS 7 AND
H families at tho Woman's Exchange and
Employment Oflice, 45 S. Raymond avenue.
Opposite postoftiee, Pasadena. " 9-18 tf
TIT ANTEfV~~A ( IERMAN GIRL TO DO GEN
TT era] housework. Apply to 886 S. Main
si., lr-twccn tiie hours of il and 2 Monday. lt|S|
»V » NT Kit - 4<;«CTNT«.
AGENTS MAKe'ss A D A x*T"l3 11E ATE ST
kitchen utensil ever Invented. Retails for
35 cents; 2 to tf sold in every house. Sample,
postage paid, 5 cents. FOIiSHEE ,t MeMAKIN,
Cincinnati, o. 8-20-suiuiu ed
A~OESTS~MAKE SS A DAY—GREATEST
kitchen utensil ever invented. Retail! for
35 cents; 2to tf sold in evcrv house, sample,
POStan paid, 5 cents. FORSIIEE A MOMA-
IvlN, Cincinnati, (). 0-27-sun-wcd-tit
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS.
Wj aotSi>—a J taxs^ot J •sooo'for 'one
TV year; will pay a high rate of interest; will
secure the loan with a clear developed high
grade col.i mine and 5000 irrigation shares
word par; also 40,O0» shares of gilt-edge
mining slock worth 180,500; total amount of
security over $50,000; this will bear investi
gation. If you wish to make this loan please
call at rooms 13 and 15, No. 120' 2 S. Spring St.
. 9-28 4t
IP ANTED—TO PURCHASE LOT WEST OR
»T south front, between Twenty-second and
Twenty-seventh, Grand avenue and Hoover
street: must be reasonable in price; state size
of lot give location and price. Address
BUYER, box 20, Herald. 8-11 tf
TV ANTED—A PARTNER WITH $5000 TO
T 1 invest in a paying protect, in which there
ara no chances ot loss and prof): large. Party
I desiring to d al must furnish > v tieli c ol gooil
I character. Address D., Herald olflce. 9-88 tf
v\ T antTjd-msiTi'iissayS, . I ■ \-s OR
I *▼ other documents to cop\ i.v .. nd or by
typewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD, loom 8,
242'» s. Broadway. tt-j lm
\V T A ELL-LOCATED LOT AND
It liouse of four or five rooms and monthly
payments; East Los Angeles preferred. Ad
dress J., box 40, Herald office. It
\T ANTEt~MAN~~WITH $2500 TO PUR
iI chase half interest ill a desirable inven
tion; fortune in it. Address E., Herald office.
9-23 tf
TV ANTED-PROPERTYI.ISTED WITH US;
>t we have customers. DORSEY - , CHAM
BERLIN ,fc CO., 244 S. Broadway, 9-12 tf
TV A XTED—VVE HAVE CUSTOMERS FOR
Tv installment houses. DORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN iV- CO., 244 S. Broadway. 9-12 if
TTTANTED — SMALL BUSINESS, NOT RE
tt quiring much expetie&Ce. Address, with
price, L. U., this office. 9-29 3t
TV ANTE 1 1—VACANT LOTS FOR PURFIIAS
TT ers. List with US at once. F. 11. PIEPER
it CO., 108 S. Broadway. 10-1 3t
fVANrKP-LOHOixu HOUSE OF ABOUT
VT 20 rooms. Address, with particulars, Mrs.
X., this office. 0-29 3tg
PJSRSOSAL.
MATRIMOXI Al.—A"RF.FINEtTaND CULtT
vated young lady, living unhappily With
her guardian, a good housekeeper, fond of
country life and financially independent,
wishes to correspond with some honorable
agriculturist or stock-raiser who is matrimo
nially inclined; no attention will he paid to
answers unless the writers contemplate imme
diate matrimony; full particulars must be
given; state age and religion: enclose picture
if convenient. Address Drawer 8, Suspension
llridge P. 0., New York. 8-18-sun 2t-w 4t
I)ERSO.NAL-COITEE, FRESH ROASTED OX
. our giant coffee roaster, .lava and Mot ha,
85olb; mountain coffee, 351': germea, 2(;e:
rolled rye, loci 1 lbs rice, 23c; (j lbs rolled
wheat, 25c; S lbs corn meal, 15c; 15 lbs gran
ulated sugar, tl; 10lbs beans, 25c; can toma
loes or corn, 10c; 3 cans corned beef, 25e; can
baked beans, I tie; box mttccaroni, 55c; extract
beef, 25c; 4 bars Dinmore's soap, 'sc; can
coal oil, Stic; 3 lbs lard, 30c; pork, 14We; ba
con, ieuc; picnic hams, 12; 2 c. ECONOMIC
STORES, 1105 8. Spring st. 7-' i tf
IJERSON A I~R~AI.PH BROS. — GOLD BAR
flour, $1.00; city flour, 80c; granulated
tear, 15 lbs $1; brown sugar, 20 lbs $1; (I lbs
tdoats,23o; sardines, 5 boxes, 23c: table
t,3canssoc; .Midland coffee, 25c lb: east
iin oil, 80c; gasoline, 80c; 2-lb can corned
ef, r. : 1-ird, 10 lbs, 85c; 5 lbs. 50c. 601
-outh S] rig slreet, corner Sixth.
PERSONAL- A MIDDI¥-AOED GENTLE-
I man with property, wishes to correspond
with a Lonyof 40 years who has about same
value of property, with honorable intentions.
References given and taken. Address, with
proper tit : le and address, WILLIAM ZANKB-
V.'ELL, Box 00, Herald. 0-30 2t
lyf a"r'rY—lF YOU~WANT AHUB B A N D~O R
... ■ i c, rich or poor, send lOcnts for matri
.i . paper. Sent sealed in plain wrapper.
:.i . \ si) MRS. DRAKE, Central Bank Build
ing, CWoagO, 9-10-Stin 3t
\ TTE NT IO N LA DiES! -"EMM A" ~B~U S'flDE
__k velopcr w ill enlarge your bust 5 inches.
Guaranteed. Scaled instructions 2c, or 24 page
illustrated catalogue 6c, by mall. Emma Toilet
Bazaar, Boston, Mass. 8-6 sun 13t
MA R P.IED LADIES' SAFEGUARD; PAT
ented; no medicine; nocqtiai; money re
funded if not satisfaetorv. Send 10 cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City. Mo.
8-26 6m
t MARRIAGE BUREAU — DETAILS 10c.
i\. Conlidential. MRS. COYNE. Address
Box 60, A. D. Send stamps for details. 9-2.1 lit
TAv'k. SUNTER. ATTORNEY AT LAW\
fl Bryson-Bonebrake block. Telephone 528.
Practices in all the courts, state and federal.
7-1 tf
A GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARIIORX
i\« slreet, Chicago, 111.; 20years' experience;
secrecy: special facilities m several states.
Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states, in
press. 0-4 tf
nI'NSAKER & GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
rooms 103 and 104 Phillips block, corner
Spring and Franklin streets, Telephone, 1120
7-6 tf
j) I. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY: SPECIAL AT
it. tentlon given to the settlement of estates.
1 15 West First si. 4-o tf
DX. TEA.-X, ATTORNEY AT LAW, I'UI.
-• ton block, zO7 New High street, LosAn
! geles. 1-lotf
| POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ivl room 3 Allen block, Temple nod Spring
jgggja 2-21 tf
dikiiiuyis.
"\JISS KATE •
.11 and bUSIIIOSS medium, will remain a short
j time longer. Circles Tuesday, Thursday and
Sunday evenings. Sitting! daily. 3/4 South
j Broadway. 9-26 71
j jpLAIRvTTvXxT AND LI EE-READING MX.
1 v_> dium; Consul tat ion I on business, remov
als, marriage, disease, lawsuits, love, mineral
( locations, etc,; 452 S. Main st. MRS. PARKER
| 8-3Q If
• juj its! I). A. KIMBALL, BUSINESS, TEST
ill and trance medium, southwest corner
Twenty-third street and Grand aye. 10-1 lm
, AJBSTKA OTS
ABSTRACT AND TITLE INsUrTnTtTTwd
pany of Los Angeles; northwest corner of
franklin and New High sis. m!7tf
JiIUHTS, UTC.
HAZARD <Si TOW NSEND, R
block. Tel. 347, Los Angeles. 11-22 tf
LOS ANGELES HERALD, SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 1. \im.
\ & O'BRIEN,
231 West First street.
We have Customer i Tent Houses.
Cheap Lots on W. I'loo St.
on the Installment Plan.
Money to loan. 0-20 ti
FOR BALE—
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
CITY AND COUNTRY.
We have a large amount of land adapted lo
the various kinds of fruits. With good water
rights, In quantities to still, at llgures below
I the real value.
I We have orange, walnut and lemon groves,
1 ranging in value from $3000 lo $70,000, ao
| cording to acreage, age, local ion aud income.
We have corn, alfalfa and grain land-no Ir
rigation needed—well adapted to liog raising
or dairy business.
We have a tine stock ranch of 3500 acres.
CITY.
BUSINESS BLOCK—We have one of the best
business blocks in the city; pays !t per cent net
on Investment; only capitalists of large means
need apply.
HOUSES AND LOTS —We have handsome res
idences and unimproved lots tn tho most de
sirable part of the city.
HOTELS—We have'one one of the best lo
cated, best paying lirst-class hotels in Southern
California
People at a distance can safely invest through
us.
"Do as we would be done by" is our motto.
Cut out this "ad" and keep it for reference.
U-lOtf HILL & CO., 183 West Second st.
lOTS FOR SALE BY STREETER & SHARP-
J LEBS, 110 8. Broadway.
$550, 50-foot lot on Thirty-second street.
$375, 80-foot lot near IMco.
$435, 50-foot lot near Adams.
$1400, good corner on Flower street.
$2000, choice corner southwest, cement side
walks, graded streets.
$1300, rlne corner on Thirtieth st.
$2500, choice corner on Flower at,
$2700, fine large corner on Hoover st.
$1200, good corner on Pico st., close in.
$1000, good corner nn Sixteenth St.
$425, choice lot, big > ground, I'rmslon traci.
$550, choice corner,Urmston tract, near elec
tric line.
$2000, choice corner on Main at.
11800, fine level lot on Ronnie Brae St.
I«1200, good enrneron Main st.
!t.iso, on Twelfth st., close In.
$1000, good lot close to Fitttieroa.
$350, very cheap lot close to Second-street
oar Hue.
Fine large lots close in, suitable for hotels or
large rooming houses.
STREETER is SHARPLESB,
10-1 tl 110 South Broadway.
jpOR SALE—
Large-sized lots near Figueroa aud Adams
streets—bon ton section; special inducements
to those who intend to build.
Lots on Santee and Los Angeles streets and
Maple avenue; the cheapest in the city; be
tween Thirteenth and Sixteenth sts.
Cheap lot on Flower street, between Elev
enth and Twelf li streets.
Very cheap lot corner Eleventh and Hope
streets.
Cheap lot on Twenty-ninth street, near Ma
ple avenue, with bearing fruit trees.
ODEA i BARR.
!»-:iotf 103 ft Broadway.
17017 SALE—HOUSES,
J; Good4-room house with bath and pantry
in southwest, near Figueroa, $1700.
Fine 8-room house, bath, pantry, etc, south
west, very cheap, $3000.
$1700 —Five-room cottage on Thirty-first st.
$4250—Fine 1 -room house on Flower st.
$H>so—s-room cottage southwest, near elec
tric line.
$1500—5-room cottage East Los Angeles.
$5200—Beautiful 7-room house with all
modern conveniences, tienr Adams st.
$2500—New b'-roem cottage on corner, south
west. BTREETEH A SHARFLEB3,
10-1 tf 110 S. Broadway.
ADAMS, ROUSE A MEEK INS, 207~WEST
Second st.
For Sale—Best orange and lemon land in the
county, in the Azusa valley, 3 miles southwest
of Azusa station; in 10-acie tracts; *6 shares
water to ea?h 10 acres. Arrangements for
setting out best quality of fruit and care for
one year, to be paid for in part of this land, on
easy payments. 10-1 tf
Rt i A INS—SOME FOR~C ASH
1 and some on Installments.
$1000-No. 251 N. Pearl street, honse 4
rooms, bath, flowers, etc.
$350—3-room house 2911 New Jersey st.
$2250 —10-room house close in.
Also a special bargain for one week, house
(tf 4 rooms with new store building in front, at
end of cable road on East First slreet; a splen
did business location; lot 45x120 to alley;
price $1255 if taken at once.
JOHN I>. P. PECK,
It Room 9, 242 South Broadway.
I7<OR SALE—BARGAINS.
$500—Fine lot on Thirty-second St., near
Hoover.
$075—Fine lot on Twenty-fifth St., near Main.
$700 —Fine lot on Eleventh, near Pearl.
$1000—Fine lot on Ingraham st. Bargain.
$1100—Fine lot on ingraham St.
$1300—Fine lot on West Seventh st.
$2000—Fine lot oo Hope St., close in.
CRAWFORD & LOCKIIART,
9-22 tf 205 S. Broadway.
SALE—
GOOD INVESTMENT.
A particularly nice residence and business
corner on South Main street—l6sxl4B feet; 3
2-story residences, always rented. Prices9loo.
J. S. VAN DOREN,
9- 20 tf 101 S. Broadway.
r7tOB~SALE.
JC $1100—527 Gladys aye., 5 rooms; rents
for 13 per cent interest.
$1500—225 No, Grittin aye., 5 rooms; easy
terms.
$1000—Lot 00 ft. on Ingraham st.; easy
terms. E. S. FIELD,
10- 1 tf 139 So. Broadway.
SALE—S46O—NICE 3-ROOM HOUSE
and lot, improved, surrounded by over 10J
gum trees; fenced, etc., including water right:
worth now at least $650, for $460 spot cash.
First house on Amey St., near corner Vermont
aye. and Freeman st.; one block from horse
car, three from electric. E. JAIIN. 10-1 2t
ANT 10-ROOM IIOUSE
{ t*)\r southwest, close to cable line; loca
tion one of the best in the city; house com
plete in every particular; cold'storage room
and cellar; large lot, line lawn, choice shrub
bery—a decided bargain.
BARNES & BARNES,
9-23 tf 227 W. Second st.
F~ OR SA I. E—s 2700—11 A N DSO M E NEW 7
room house; ball, bath, cellar, modern
conveniences, i-tone walks; southwest, near
electric ears; easli $400, balance monthly; no
inteiest. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broad
way. 9-20 tf
FT()R SALE — CHOICE SPRI NG-S'rlt EET
properly, improved, close in: renting for
big interest on price asked. A bargain.
BARNES & BARNES,
9-2(1 tf 227 W. second st.
"IX>R SALE—WE HAVE SEVERAL UKAUTI-
V fill modern B, 9 and 10 room residences,
desirable locations, all of them offered at very
low tigures. F. 11. PIEPEK Si CO., 108 S.
Broadway. 10-1 it
ITtORSALE—6-ROOM NEW COTTAGE,~HALL
V bath, etc.; southwest, near Hoover and
Adams sts: $150 cash, balance $20 monthly;
no interest. TAYLOR <£ RICHARDS, 102
Broadway. 9-16 tf
TJiOR BA I.E—EABTI.OS ANGELES, S. WORK-
J 1 man st., 8-room house; large lot; only
$l70O: terms, $150 cash, balance $20 monthly.
TAYLOR <fc RICHARDS, 102 Broadway.
9-21-10t
IWR RALE--CALL~~AT THE NEW OFFICE
1 of CRAWFORD A LOCKHART for special
bargains in real estate, 205 S. Broadway.
_____ J" -1 2
JpOR 9-ROOM HOUSE,
flrst-olaascondition,on University electric
car line; for sale by owner. Inquire at rooms
4 and 5, New Wilson block. 8-3 tf
T^OR~SALE-~sl3oO EACH 2 5-ROOM COT-
V tages on Forrester avenue, near electric
ear line; monthly payments. BARNES &
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 9-2 tf
a | A AA— FOITsALK—NEW 5 ROOM HOUSE
nr ItUU on Victoria street; monthly pay
ments SJIS. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
Second et. 7-21 tf
FIOR SALE BY OWNER-MODERN 9-ROOM
bouse on University electric car line: ele
gant home al v bargain; with or without fur
niture. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, new Wilson
block. 9-24 tf
|X)R SALE-00 WELL LOCATE!!.- OTS ON
1 installment plan. K. P. CULLEN & CO.,
237 West First st. fl-lU (J
r'lH SAL!:-LIST Yt^frß - PROPEim'~KdR
I -ale or rent with K. P. CULLEN & CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st.
0-10 tf
BEAUTIFUL lIOUSE-12 ROOMS, ON ,lEF
ferson street, near Figueroa. CRAWFORD.
& LOCKHART, 205 South Broadway. 9-24-tf
TjtOß SA LE—OWNER WILL SAi !RI_FTC E
J. beautiful 5 room cottage if sold Monday.
207 E. Twenty-fourth st. it"
SEE MEAGHER & JAY FOR BARGAINS IN
real estate. 101 s. Broadway, Los Angeles.
9-27 ti
»«R SALE—CITY PROPERTY.
]7<OR SALE—7 ROOM BATIL
large bam; lot 50x 150; street graded and
sewered; cement walks, stone fence; 16
minutes' walk from center of city; only $1075
$250 cash, balance to suit. 11581
Nice 5 room house and bath: lawn, flowers,
cement walks, street graded and sewered;
stone wall in front: close tn, only $180J; if.2011
cash, balance $20 per month; no Interest; thti
property rents for $15 per month. Come and
see It at once. (102)
11 room, good house, close in; can he used
for two families. Price, only $1050; $200 or
$300 eati f balance tosult. This is a bargain.
(521
(i roo., louse and hath; barn; good, large
]o, tnveiitent to car line; only $700; $2,>U
ba.anc,. $14 per month. (201-1831
ooui bouse and huh; iruils and flowers,
ise to ear line; only $050; $300 cash,
vi c ti still. 285
.dag- cent home on Figueroa street; 10
room ' th all eon veiiienees; a lovely property
and very cheap; $7500; this is a snap. 27(1 '
Nice cottage home near Btiena Vista street,
price, $2500; $.50 cash, balance $25 per
month. 278
O'a acres ti-year-old budded Washington
navel oranges, with line crop on this ymr; soil
and location best instate: water piped on land
and an abundance. Price, Siioo only. This
is a snap buy; one-half cash; 21 miles from
city. 077
10 acres in 3-year-old French prunes at Bur
bank at the extremely low price of $2000.
Very easy terms. 148
Nice house ot 5 rooms and bath: new; lot
50x150: lawn, Howers and fruit: cement
walks, etc. Price, $230J; only $700 cash, bal
ance 2 years at 0 per cent gross. 240
New ;» room house and bath, in the Vrmston
tract, block from electric line. Price, $2100;
$500 cash ami lot as part payment; can easily
be made 7 room house. 23(i '
A snap buy in2story brick business block,
near corner' First and* Spring streets. Price,
(17,00»; one-third cash. Buy before the ad
vance of this winter. 05
3 line lots Just off Washington street in south
west; the very best investment to be had; only
$050 for alt. and 011 clean side of slreet. Worth
$I2(M> 2UU
1-1 loom lodging house; close in. Price, only
$jftd: $200 cash, balance time. 245
2 good little cottage houses on Buena Vista
street: on electric line; only $!K0 each. These
are very cheap. 270
2 line lots on Itonsallo avenue, wilh 7 room
house; nice grounds, barn, ele.; 100 feet front;
cement walks; very choice property; cheap at
$3uiH>; 8800 cash, balancetime. 110
ENTI.EB, OBEAII A CO.,
10-1 It 213 W. First st.
"17 OR SALE- ~\ li-1( OOM COTTAGE; BATH
x and all the modem improvements; a very
convenient, well-built house. Cash, $9 .0;
balance on easy terms. See owner, 2023 Oak
st., near Tweuty'-lirst st. 10-1 It
FOBNALK-COUNTRYPHOPIRTY
"jJoiTsALE—2O ACRES
JT eiduous fruits Rtid all kinds of vegetables,
corn, etc,; small house, barn, well, mill and
tank; finest oi water; horse, cart, plows, culti
vator and small tools, cooking stove and out
fit: about $100 irorth of Egyptian corn, now
ready to gather, and 5 acres of potatoes plant
ed for fall i ron Price only $1000—$700 cash,
balance time.
$400—:(-room hsrd-tinishcd cottage and lot
•tt>\ 12S, close to electric cars; half cash, bal
ance easy.
A high-grade IHcycle for sale cheap: nearly
new.
A set of pipe tools, complete, with rope and
blocks, for sale cheap: has vise, cutlers, dies,
tongs, etc. Call.
DEAN", GILBERT ,t CO.,
0 39 U 237 W. First st.
JfOR rAI.E-$'50,000; ORANGE
1 ards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruit
orchards, "olive orchards, dairy or farm
ranches, fine city residences, hotels, lodging
houses, groceiy stores, hardware business,
fruit stands, cigar stands, meat markets, sa
loons, bakeries, restaurants, and all kinds of
mercantile business; juices from $100 to
$250,000; we neither advertise nor try to sell
anything that will not stand the strictest in
vestigation. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W. Sec
ond st. _ 8-19 tf
171 OR SALE—A FEW VERY CHOICE GOV
ernnieut and school land locations for
sale cheap; or would take part pay in other
property.
A few Choice lots on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth sts., west of Figueroa: $C,OO to .$9OO.
.1. K. MI LKEY,
8-22 tf 1140 W. Eighteenth or 213 W. First st.
f?OR SA LE~~I M PUt iVED RANCH, 100
_"T acres, adapted to deciduous fruit or grain:
in artesian belt, near Palmdale: very cheap: or
will exchange for approved city* property;
also 800 acres in Pecoz county, Texas; also 100
acres near Smith mountain, San Diego county;
will take part trade. JOHN P. P. PEcfc,
Room 9, 212 S. Broadway. 10-1 It
FOR~SA LE—270 ACRES 10 MILES FROM
city; 80 acres in bearing fruit, 80 acres in
barley, balance in pasture; all fenced; good
water by iron pressure pipes; good barn, small
house; price, $20,000; terms, $;>,'oo cash,
$5(1110 good trade, $10,000 mortgage .'! to 5
years, at 8' 3 per sent. J. S. VAN DORiIN,
9-12 tf 101 S. Broadway.
OR SALE —170 ACRES FINE ORANGE,
vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vache winery at Brookslde, near Redlands;
this is the very choicest land in thai neighbor
hood in the market; all or part; price $12,500,
terms easy. For particulars see A. C. GOLBH,
147 8. Broadway. 8-30 tf
SALE—2O ACRES NEAR CAHTJENGA
. Pa-s, with (food water right, $75 per acre;
bargain. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broad
way. 7-30 tf
I/OR SALE—A NO. 1 ALFALFA LAND WITH
I water, only $100 peraere; near City, TAY
LOR & RICHARDS, io2 Broadway. 7-30 tf
T7»OR SALE—LIST~YOUR~" PROPERTY""FOR
F sale or rent with K. I*. ( ULLEN & CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st.
O-lo if
rtilt S4LK--JISCKLLINttItIv
171 OR SALE-UHIIICE NURSERY STOCK;
mining, city and country property.
Particular attention paid to patents of all
kinds. Choice property in Azusa valley. Cor
respondence solicited.
W. M. STOVER,
Real Estate and Mining Exchange,
8 30 If 22,' W. First St.
TTK>R SALE—MINING
A cash, including new wagon specially fit
ted out with water casks and other imple
ments. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson
block. 9-24 tf
17I0R SALE—FINE~tSaM — OF SCOTCH - PfC
nies, for ladies or children, or will sell
choice. Freeman st., cor. Logan, or address
P. O. Box 404, city. 9-29 3t
FORSALE —HORSE AND HARNESS - 229
E. Thirtieth st. 10-l-2t
b in quantities
to suit at this oliiee.
t-OR RENT 9-ROOM
_T st.; just been put in lirst-eluss condition;
newly papered, painted, etc. BARNES &
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 9-15 tf
L^OR - RENT— b'-ROOM "('OTTAGE] 220 W IN
_T ston St., $17, w itli water. Apply i>3(> Wall
street. le-1 2t
*OK KKMT-Koona. —
1710R RENT—FURNISHED ORCNFTJRNWII'
ed rooms; single or en suite; rooms for
light housekeeping; terms by the week or
month the lowest in the city; free baths; loca
tion unsurpassed; only five minutes' walk from
business centre. SHAFFER HOUSE, 525 Sand
st., near high school. 9-14 tf
RENT-LARGE SITTING-ROOM AKJI
bedroom, with gna and use'of bathroom:
close in; nice loeatiott; suitable for one or two
[ gentlemen; rate $15 for one and $20 for two
j persons; references required. AddrcssO. X. s.,
I box 30, Herald Office. 9-.(j tf
F" 'OR RENT—XI('KLY"fURNIBIIEI> ROOMS,
sinale or en suite; light housekeeping priv
ileges allowed, the beat location in tbe city;
reasonable rates. 020 South Broadway. Pri
vate family. 8-27 tf
~p<> LET-FRONT BAY WINDOW ROOM,
X handsomely furnished, to gentleman, in
private family; electric cars pass the door.
843 south Broadway. 10-l-2t
rpt» LET - FURNISHED Ro7lMs7~< OXVEX"-
X lent to three lines of cars. 220 E. Thir
tieth St. 10-1-21
rpo LET- NICELY-FURNISHED ROOMS;
I. very desirable; reference required. 120
E. Eighth st. 10-l-2t
o LET—PART OF STORE. IX(IUIRE~"AT
411) S. Spring 10-1-ilt
Al II l it) At.
rpIIE "1c AMM ER MEYER O R rT—
J First-class music, furnished for balls, par
ties, concerts, receptions and picnic's. Violin,
mandolin, etc., taught. Oflice at Fitzgerald's
music store, corner North Spring and Franklin
streets. 10-14-ly
I "OS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
j and Arts, open all the year. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, president. V.M.C.A. building,
Broadway and Second street. 8-14-ly
ANJO BY MISS M. E ABTBURYj 5 AND G
stringed taught studio 51; take elevator
by People's Store, Phillips block. 11-12-ly
PROF. bT BERG'S .U'ADEMY OF MU.Sl<~L>j
structions, in all branches. 000 8. Spring st.
0-20 tf
WTLLIIARTTI/i, MI'SIC STUDIO. ROOM
• A, Crocker building, 212 8. Broadway,
8-2UU'
OPPOJRTIINITI BFB.
AX INTE~BKST~IN A FIXE PAVING BUBI
nem In the elty: will bear the closest In
spectlon: position i»vs $.5 per week atcad\
besides from 1(1 to IS per cent interest on tlit
investment guaranteed; no liabilities to as
snme. This Is an excellent opportunity for an)
one desiring lo get Into business. Price,
250; will take one-half trade; sickness causf
for selling.
First - elac: general merchandise countrj
• store, the only one In the place; has postolllet
which buyot can retain: stock tlrst-class In
every respect; a thorough investigation .41
books and business can be made. Price, )p--2.>00
$1500 ca>h, balance one year.
One of the finest boot and shoe stocks incite;
best stand on Spring street and paving well, at
lofs than invoice cost: will take between $10,
000 and $15,000 In first-class real estate; a
rare opportunity toget into a first-class paving
business. ENTLEIL OBEAR a CO.,
It _ Hl3 West First street.
S r ALE - A \nSI,ti»KVEU)PF.D~O!,T)
r mine, $25,0(K); IKMfMm case, balance I, 2
and 3 years; over $(>O(M> worth ot development
work just completed; mine now ready for mill
lor ore shipment; would sell whole or half In
terest, but had rather put up the mine, with
$40,000 worth of realty, for a loan of $3500 for
one year, for which I will pay $tio par month
interest. If you have the money it will pay
you to Investigate this at room 15, No. 120!.
South spring st. It
fj'OK SALE-CHEAP, HALF I 1 TF.!tF.sT IN
r livery stable, comprising horses, buggies,
carriages, harness, ele.; also half of the real
estate, together with improvements; will si 11
the whole fur MoOOOa account of departure.
Apply on premises, 137 S. Los Angeles st. to P.
Dupuy. 0-28 71
OK ESSM AKERS, ATTENTION -WILL KENT
for a term of ti or !> months one of the old
est and hot established dressmaking busi
nesses in this elty; location central: can fin
nish exact account of business done each year
ior the past seven years. Address X. I>. 8.,
Herald oflice. 0-30 21
rpHE LOS ANgTilFs DIRECTORY OFFICE;
X keeps a complete list of oil business for
sale or exchange. Parties desiring to either
buy or sell will consult their best interests by
applying at office, 103 South Broadway. H 0
3> "!S<\—GROCER GREAT SACliT
&*hr\r lice this week; doing all cash trade;
well established; 3 good living rooms: no
rent. s - 4JENRY J. STANLEY,
y-30tf 2425. Broadway, next city Hall.
T.IOR BALK^FIRBT r tiLAiW*HOTKL, FURNI
JT ture and grounds, among the most desira
ble in Southern • alifornia; hotel men, call
and investigate. HILL ,t CO., 123 West Sec
ond st. 8-24 sun-ales & thnrs-tf
O rrtjA-FRUIT STANt': oW'oPTHE BEST
f"P»»U\F paying In the city; this must sell this
week. HENRY J. STANLEY,
0-30 tl 242 S. Broadway, next City Hull.
17 OH SA LB CHEAP--ONE-HALF INTEREST
X" in a good-paying dairy; the other hall can
he rented. -Addreßß P. 0. box 70s, Los Ange
les O-ill im
TXT A NTEH -.i MAN TO TAKE HALF IX
i' terest in a well boring outfit; will take
amount In trade if required. E., Herald office.
Good paying daTry BrsTxESTT'Toil
to city, clearing $100 a month. STKEETER
A SIIARPLESS, HQS. Broadway. 10-1 If
EDUCATIONAL.
THE WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE HAS
removed to the upper lloor ol the stow ell
block, 228 South Spring street. It has now the
largest and finest business college rooms In the
state, and the largest attendance oi any com
mercial school south of Ban Francisco. Fine
passenger elevator running direct lo the
school rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec
essary. The public is cordially invited to call
and inspect the college in Its uew location.
Both day and evening schools in session the
entire summer. Catalogue ami College Jour
nal free. G. A. Hough, President; N. G, Felkcr,
Vice-President;.! w. flood, Secy. 5-4 ly
OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated;, 144 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast Thorough.and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all Eng'ltsh
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at office, or write for elegant
catalogue. E. K. SHRADER, President; F. W.
KEI.SEY, Vice-President; 1. L. INBKEEP, Sec
retary. 0-1(1-1 y
SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND YOUNG~~MExj
now in session. Bryson block (top lloor),
Second and Spring sts. Rooms light and cheer
ful; ventilation perfect. Thorough instruct
ion in all the common English branches.
Special attention to arithmetic, higher mathe
matics and classics. A. B. BHOiVN, A. M.,
(Yale). 2(s Potomac block. 9-3 lm
Sc ho AND DRAMATIC
Expression. C. C. Parker announces to
former pupils and the public in general that
he has returned to the city after a prolonged
absence and will open his school at a time and
place which will be published later.
qciioolTof PHYSICAL TRAINING, STOW
t~ ell block, 22« S. Spring st. Open Oct. 16.
Department of Elocution and Dramatic Ex
pression. For further particulars address
.HISS NAOMA ALFREY, Direotress. 9-30 3m
CI ASA DE ROSAS, FKOeTiEL INSTITUTE,
/ Adams, cor. Hoover st., will open all its
departments Tuesday, Oct. 24. For further
particulars apply to MRS. CAROLYN M. N.
ALDEN, 800 W. Adams st. 9-27 tf
MISS ACKLESONS PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR
primary, grammar and high school stud
ies opens September 4th. Summer school now
in session. 412 W. Second st. 9-8 lm
A~OT§t? UY SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips' block; send for cata
loging HM2 12m
SHORTHAND AND TYI 'EtvTuTlNi ' - BEST
advantages. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, Spring
and First sts. 3-7 tf
\WILLIIARTITZ, MUSK: STUDIO, ROOM
• A, Crocker building, 212 S. Broadway.
8-29 lm
money to loan.
(incorporated).
Loans money in any amounts on nil
kinds of collateral security, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and
steel safes, and professional libra
ries, without removal: and on fur
niture in lodging, boarding houses
and hotels, without removul. Par
tial payments received. Money
quick. Business confidential. Pri
vate oflice for ladies.
W. E. DEO ROOT, Manager.
8- 29 ly Rooms 2, 3& 4, 114 S. Spring st.
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, .IEWEI7
-ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds oi personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS.,
9- 18 ly 402 S. Spring st.
TF YOU WISH TO LOAN OR _ BORROW
1 money, call on J. & J. C FLOI'RNOY, Real
Estate and Financial Agents, 130 Broadway.
All business strictly confidential.
8-12-sa;-su n-mon-tf
*.')..< Ml TO $7OOO~TO LOAN—SECURITY
C l —" must be first-class.
COPELAND & ADAMS,
_IC-I2t 114 8. Broadway.
\,j ONEY~TO LOAN ON PERSONAL - c6C
IVi lateral, mortgage and other good securi
ties. WIGMORE & O'IIRIEN, 2JI W. First St.
_9-28 tf
rpo loan-wYTiavif"ssoo ani>~l«sob~To
1 loan on good real estate security. FLOUR
NOY, 128 Broailway. 9-20 tf
RXCURStIONS.
fx'iiiftTivMt i NE PAY RAVED BY TAKING
' Santa I' 'c cxi 'tit sionw to Ivan
lMMsJwfißß>as I itf, si. 1..,in-. Chicago, New
York and Soston. Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston; tamily tourist sleepers to
Kansas City and Chicago dally. Low rates and
quickest time. Office, 129 N. spring st. 7-I'.m
PHILLIPS' EA* T BOUND - EXCURSIONS—
I'ersonally conducted, via Denver and Rio
Grande and Rock Island Routes: leaves Ixjs
Angeles every Tuesday and Friday; crossalng
the Sierra Nevadas und passing the entire
scenery on the Rio Grande by daylight. ..Office,
138 8. Spring st. Mtf
r~cTTvmbs & co.s excursions east
f J , every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist carß to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Oflice, 212 & Spring St.
(1-1 tf
P AN S.
MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH. SPECIALTY, MlD
wiferv. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Galls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1118. tl-2tf
|-i EYE AND EAR,
jVj, late of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary
and Chicago Opthalmlc College, Office, 242&
S. Broadway. 9-2tf
EORGE H. BEACH, M. D., OFFK!E~ANiS
residence, 131 North Spring st. Oflice
hours, 8 to 12, Ito 5, oto 8 p.m. Telephone
433. li-3tf
RS. DR. WELLS—OFFICE IN HER BRICK
block, 127 E. Third st. Specialty, diseases
of women.
caiROPOBia t'.
MISS C, STAFFER. "CHIROPODIST AND
masseuse, 211 w. First et., opp. Nadeau,
12 24 U
roe
IfOR EXCHANGE—NICE EC-ROOM LODG-
Ing house. locAted on corner and clear ol
encuiuurai.je; price, $tiimt; want small
fiece ot business pro] tv or 'ot sun will pay
3000 or $4(HK» cash dtfterani'c, or would take
good alfalfa ranch close to cltv. 1 00
Fine land with water near Riverside for
stock of merchandise In cltv; must be first
class: from $5000 to $15,00u. 10113
flood land at Long Reach, Anaheim, Ontario
lor San Fernando valley with $3000 or $i 00
cash for a litte iiome In city. HMO
I acres fruits and (lowers, 2-story nice lonise
| of 8 rooms and bath; Just outside of city, con
venient to cars; price, $;h(M>. Want small
house In city" as part payment, Dal. mortgage
on the bouse. 1 lit
40 acres near Ontario, incumbrance $10uO,
which can run II or 4 years at 7 per cent In
terest, w ill trade equity for good lot, horse and
buggy. IOoS
a nice cottages near cor. Sixth and Olive sts..
rent for $40 per mo., Incumbrance 03000;
want tl-room honse further "tut for equity!
price, BtOii. 1125
one of the linest orange groves on Miigtiolin
aye.. Riverside, 10 acres old bearing trees,
nice grounds and house; property In ibis see
! Hon lias sold for IraOUU cash per acre; price
j $15,(00; want good alfalfa and corn ranch
I near Los Angeles. 11X1
4 good lots in sycamore drove tract to trade
for good lot in southwest; w ill pay cash differ
ence. 1035
EXTI.EH, OHIO Alt & CO.,
It 213 W. First st.
COWS, REGISTnTIEU
Jerseys, three 2-year-old heifers .vithcali,
Jersey bull, four calves, one hor-e, pair mart's
with foal, two 1-year-oid colls, one sucking;
I one Poland-China sow with pigs: large nam*
I ber chickens, ducks and turkeys; farming Im
plements; w ill sell for cash or exchange lot
stock oi merchandise or goods, or house and
lot, or iiuv other good property. CLARK, lIS
Sooth Broadway, 10-121
AAAfWi—Foit exiTiTaNX;e-ciu>hmc - I">l
npOUIJU proved acreage at Cabuengu; 5-uere
bearing orchard-navel orange;:, tigs, prunes,
etc.; 5 acres solid lo lemons, set this last
spring; good house, bam, well, etc.; will ex
change ior Los Angeles residence property.
HAKXES a iiarnes,
0-23 U 227 \V. second si.
13 OK EXCHANGE A VERY lll'.-l UAI ~
J and highly productive fruit and nut farm
of 70 acres, in the beautiful Ojai Valley, net ■ t
Nordhoff, Ventura county, for good iinlnciiei
bercd icflideuce property in this cltv; ea: .1
value, $211,000. Apyly early to
J. vS. VAN DOREN,
0-Btf 101 s. Broadway.
Tp OH ~KXCIIANGE-320 Ai ; RKM~I I KAIKiK
J land, good soil ami location, free of In*
enmhrance, in Rarton county, Missouri, in ex
change, the whole or part thereof, for modern
cottage southwest or good acre property. F.
ii. PiEPEk .v. CO., 108 South Broadway.
111-l 2t
I'M)!! EXCHANGE EASTERN INCOME
acreage for desirable Loa Angeles house;
will assume reasonable Incumbrance.
11-1711' MACKNIGIIT A Ft'liAßD.
V KTKKINAKV SiritOEON.
Dl!. TOURU.LON, FRENCH VETERINARY
surgeon—haa the medal and is a member
of the Society ol Universal Science -will lake
charge of all operations. Colts and'other ant
nials gelded. Cure guaranteed of diseases of
the most aggravated nature. Moderate charges.
Oflice, BSntous block, room 0, Los Angeles.
Mme. Tolirillon de deceit, having received
the highest certificate from the Academic de
Paris, and speaking English and German,
gives French lessons in conversation, gram
mar, literuture, etc. Sentons block, rooms tl
and S. Telephone No. 1128. il- 7 wed-nn
AltOH ITKCTB.
BURGESS J, REEVE, ARCHITECT, BSTAB
lished fur the last 10 years in Los Angeles.
Rooms 7 and S second lloor, Workman block,
Spring st., between Second and Third. l-<t» ly
in - il.' HR<>wn7ak«'lirTK' -filik s.TirTiad-
V • ivay, between First and r-eeorul. S-7 ti
IIVKHS AIIO FINUHKKB
M"~ ETItOPOIdTAN'~STEA M T>YE WORKS, 241
Franklin st. ; line dyeing and cleaning.
Ul:i_tf
1)ARI8IAN DYE W ORKS, 375 SOUTH MAIN
street; best dyeing in tlie city. I-l;i tf
SPECIALIST.
MRS. E. HERGSTEIIT,
MIDWIFE.
o ruminate of Ihe University ol Stockton. .1.10';,
South Spring street. 8-13 sun 3m
coNi'iau rows.
CONRAD SCHERER, GRANITE,
ous and asphalt paving; 227 W. First bL
UKNTIHTS,
1882—Established- 188S,
DR. L. W. WEI.I.S, CORKER SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown slid b/jiWlu \>v/'> a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. 'Romp 1. m 4 tf
k'~'£~ Toßlt' n§fTT>irWri>W. km",
• Hprlne street, rooms 2, :; nml 7. Painless
extraction. . ~f <. , , ti 2t> tf
Y^kTNK - sfiiVENs, :tjTt'i. su; nTsT'ltiNG sT!
JC Open Sunday and evening by electric light.
h ' "' 2 'P A ' "ENTAL
M ~rf"S*i<st> P • Co., 420 South
'* '■ Main street, make
iMfs 'l** '~Wk ISy :.'■>. 11 specialty of gold
{V* llilh»r. erewns,
i ' * 'i work.
. ; A. J. STKVKNS,
Proprietor
848 If Sun only
BUSINESS I'IRKCTORY.
FURNISHKU KOO.HB.
BROADWAY, 127 N.—Nicely
ny rooms,
BROADV " 319 N — "The Sunnyside"—
PleSxail Umy rooms, nicely furnished,
single or en buiic.
THIRST, 7121;; E.—"The Custer."—Furnished
F rooms, single oren suite: newly furnished;
prices reasonable.
J [FOURTH, 424 W.—The "Parker House"—
Finely furnished rooms, single or en suite;
moderate prices.
HILL, 225 S.—Neatly furnished moms with
board in private family. See MRS. M. it.
VERNON.
SECOND. 228 E—Leland Hotel-Pleasant
rooms, 15c to 25c per night; 75c to $1.00
per wepk.
SPRING, 431'j S.—Elegant furnished rooms
and lodging.
TEMPLE, 522—This commodious house is
under new and capable management; sun
ny suites slid single rooms, freshly papered,
nicely furnished; for rent at low rates to de
sirable tenants,
ffl fIIRD, 113—Nicely furnished rooms; cen-
Jl tral location.
W7ALL, 417—Nicely famished rooms; reas
t T enable rates.
BOARDING.
BROADWAY, 121 X.—
week.
THIRST, UIO E.—Private board by day or week,
HOTELS, KESOKI'S, KTC,
furnished;
1 table the best; prices to suit the times
Rooms with or without board at the Hotel i"ro
mont.
UNFURNISHED BOOMS,
Q'IXTH, 2Ui'4 W.—Nice unfurnished! rooms.
LODGING HOUSES FOit HALF.
HIRD, NEAR MAIN—24-room hous . cen
tral location, Hitooo, or would exchange
for hotnc and lot eiose in. Address "Lodging
House," this oflice.
SAN LUIS OBISPONIANS
Charged With Enclosing- a (Quantity of
Government Land.
George Sumner, Gerard Jasper, Jona
than Poole and Charlen Fink were ar
raigned yesterday belore United States
Commigeioner Van Dyke.
All lour are charged with having en
closed cix sections of land in San Lnia
Obiepo.
Their examination were set for Oc
tober 27th.
Miles' Ner»o nnd Liver Pills
Act on a new principal—regulating the lever
■tomach and bowels through the nerves. A
new discovery. Dr. Miles' pills speedily cure
biliousness, bad taste», torpid liver, piles, con
stipation. Unequalled lor men, women and
children. Smallest, mildest, surest. Fifty
doses 25 cent. Samples free. 0. H. iiancu,
177 North Spring.
Poiauii Oak—nail'n Cream Salvo
Will give immediate re.ief and cure in 24
hours. 25c and 50c. Oil' A Vaughn's drug
store. Fourth and Spring Bisects. 1
FOR LITTLE FOLKS.
A Mothcrljr Cat.
"I huve frequently heard of hens rais
ing young dacks, but for tho first time I
learned today of a cat that is now nurs
ing puprriea," laid K. Briggs, president
of" tho J <icific Kennel club to a Call re
porter. , ,
"My friend, Billy McEllicott, who Is
employed nt 030 Markot street and who
resides in East Oakland," continued Mr.
Brig:-(, "is tho fortunate "owner »of a
mot herly -cat which is devotedly attachod
to well behaved puppies.
"A few days Rgo a thoroughbred fox
terrier, which McEllicott had imported
from N«W York Inet year, gave birth to
seven frail youngsters. The mother bo-
lutjintri on" ' I condition thoyounj
man from i i < ' t'.hv.d decided upon,
drovmiui m • if! v> UtSI i follow*, nnd'
was in tl:' i f: ' out hie inten-
Hon ;v. 'v i. -r t.uggeated that he
ulace BDiua o I •;. ippies in tho uaro oft
a'oattbatw !• :..m^anuinborof kit
tens iv hi ( b'yard. ' |
"Tli" i-r |3 i lon was acted upon. M>
ElUeott I ii< I n 0 i>t' iho suckling terriers
from i!i<\ ■ i oilier end conaignod them.
to the care oi tin.' cat after tho tatter's,
progeny, with tho exception of ono onto
littlo kitten, wore (stolen and drowac," i
"Now. the strahgo feature Irwsult' :
frorati:) experiment of raining thorn-.!, -
bred terriers tinder a foutcr mother
that tho two little growlers aro ) ■ •.-(>
fancied" by tho lVlino rat catcher tbi.ti ;
her own little kit, which chums sitV
side with ths terriers under the wa;. -
fnl ey* of 'Mrs. War Cry,' the tut. i
which tho cat is known by.
"MoEllioott stated," continued Mr.
Brigga, "that th* puppies which tho cat
is nursing ore much stronger and in far
better condition physically than the ones
which aro being nursed by their moth
er.''—Suu Francisco Cull.
A Ilabj- at ttio North Polo.
When Lieutenant ami Mrs. Peary left
for the north polo somo time ago, th"y
took with them, besides good things to
eat ami plenty of fur robes, a littlo tin
bathtub nnd a baby's cradle. Besides
these there wero ever so many baby'j
drosses and some little knitted shot :•:,
which looked as if they would fit a littlo
boy very much smaller than you are.
A baby's wardrobe and a cradle ; ft)
queer things to take to the north p .
are they not? And what do you sup
pose that they are for? Why, for a bnby,
to bo sure! Suppose, way up at t';j
north pole, where nobody has over been,
that Mrs. Peary should find a babj-1 And
suppose that tho baby had no clothes und
no ono to take care of it! Think what a
Bad thing it would be! Now, if Mra.
Peary finds such a baby at the north
pole alio can drees it in nice little dress- s
and can rock it to sleep in a little cradle.
Aud when sho returns to this country,,
two years from now, she will bring tho
baby along, and then you will all Bay,
"How very fortunate that those clothes
and that cradle went along!"— New York
Ledger.
A Wicked Hoy's Hot Day Joke.
A woman who lives in the suburbs of
Brooklyn usually pkvees a large tin pan
on her front doorstep to receive tho ico
that the iceman delivers to her each
morning. During a recent hot spell her
little grandson, who is full of mischief,
thought that ho would play a joke on his
grandmother. The next morning, when
the pan was put on the step, ho filled it
partly with water and then yelled "I-c-c!''
It was nearly five minutes before tho
grandmother started to take che ico into
tho house. Sho was surprised to find
that tho ice had molted so quickly.
Meantime the icomau had come and saw
no pan for the ico. He did not leave tho
usual piece, and the grandmother waa
telling her neighbors of the unusual heat
until tho other day when tho young
hopeful told his big brother about the
joke ho played.—New York Sun.
I'
Looking In Mother')* Lyes.
Pierro and Maurice are French chil
dren. Pierre ia tho elder brother. It
never has occurred to him to be joalon*
of the last comer, Maurice, or to bo trou
bled about '-his nose being out of joint.**
Ho is very fond of his small brother
and seems to feel it his duty to see that
bo is never neglected or forgotten.
Ono day he was looking lovingly in bis
mother's face, wdien ho happened to
glance at her right eyo, and to his do
light he saw his image reflected in it.
"Oh, there is Pierre!" ho cried.
Then ho looked eagerly into the loft
eye aud exclaimed in sorrow and sur
prise, "Why, where is Maurice?"—
Youth's Companion.
On the Lagoon.
[Jackson Park, Chicago, 1893.1
"Full!" cried the gondolier. Swish! and tlioy
started.
Great was tho crowd, but they would not ba
parted;
So In they all scrambled- from Clara to Kitty-
Little white citizens of the V.'li!te City.
- Joel Stacy In St. Nicholas.
Wall Paper itt Cost.
White baelt 5 rents a roll, gold paper 10 cents
a roil. Labor below cost—we charge 10 conrs a
ro land employ union workmun at .5 cents a
roil. This Is your chance to sivo mouoy. F.J.
Bauer, 2iJ7 South Spring street.
Dr-enaod trt Ordwr In Flva nt intitws.
Live, /at chickens. Bean <5i Clark, 118 E. st'#.
lleiidqaarturs for thoroughbred poultry, gaai*
and pioduce.
Use German Family Soar,

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