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IOFFICIAL CITY TAPER.
gwirYßAßsr 103 s BroaQwav .
lv Real Estate
Of Any Kind,
City and County.
Heal Estate Security.
O'UEA A UAHII.
lf>s tf 103 S. Broadway.
■VTOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY « ATEII
N ~an - will itriotly enforce the follow
ttm rues' Tiie hours lor sprinkling are between
ii and Bo'clock a. m. and B and 8 o'clock.p. m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a line ol tfi l will be
charged before the water will be turned on
HE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
Loan and Trust company are mc .ed a
fire proof and burglar-proof vault, with.ti ne
lnckr and brilliantly lighted by olec rioity;
.TomeT attached for the private examination
of valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady in attendance. y 1
IT«FSMIN"S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
M monthly medicine for Immediate reUel for
cause. For sale by FREEMAN & CARPER, loa
North Spring st._ Price, if'-!lj'erbox. 5_ J
MRS FORSTER'IirBEn, 310 S. SPRING ST.,
invites the public to her tine millinery
opening on Tuesday and Wednesday to inspect
the trimmed Imported bonnets and hats. So
BIG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; all kinds of painting and repair
inc 128 Pan Pedro st., between First and
Second sts., Los Angeles. 7 » "
tiVr. THREI.KELD HAS REMOVED HIS
Ki. general brokerage, notary public ana
real estate office to 115 8. Broadway. lOftlOt
pOR HOCSETtO CAU.
10-1 tf W Second st.
rro" otxx touß business or rao*MGg
1 promptly for cash go to B. WHITE, SMI
W. First st. __ lut
OTOIMVANT TO RENT YOUR HOO S E ?
Leave your key with HILL & CO., 123 V.
Second sL J 1 "
T~f7sLOPER, BOOSE MOVEIL OFFICE,
iV. 112 Center place IHill .
SI 25—Fruit store. * 175-Restaurant.
175-Cigar store. r.io—Grocery.
800— Produce store. 750—Restaurant.
150-Candv store. 2000—Grocery.
BOO—ReaUurant. 2110—tnnch parlor.
150-Partner to assist 2000—Coal .ard.
in restaurant. 1000—Candy store.
Apply to B. WHITE. 221 VV First st. iQ-.-.-t
_^0R _ MERMAID SALOON AT
Santa Monica: doing a good business;
stock aiirt-*bWY*!Mire* Mr sale-; will rent tie
building at reasonable rate. Address or apply
In p. r-oti lo M. \V. STEEIJC, Santa Monica.
fISO-Ali-HALF CASH - 0-ROOM HOUSE,
sff». ).)MU hard finish, hot and cold water;
gas. baths, sewers, cemeni walks, lnwn, bam!
all modern conveniences. This is B "Plenflld
piece of property, on Blxteonth st. HKNKJ
J. STANLEY, S. next City Hall.
-MIAA-2 ACRES \\ > E,
SSjHHF barn, 2 chicken houses, 40 stand ol
bees- this is just outside city limits and near
car and is a great bargain: cash or easy terms.
HENRY J, STANLEY, 2*2 S. Broadway, next
City Hall. I°-1° "
_» Vo-—GOOD OPENING -PA RTN ER W \ NT-
I _») ed to attend cash counter Una assist
In dining room In small bill well-paying res
taurant ; owner is good cook and wants steady
man interested, instead of hired help. Apply
at 221 W. First si. 10-10.It
THE LOS ANGELES DIRECTORY OFFICE
keeps a complete list of all business for
sale or exchange. Parties desiring to cither
buy or sell will consult their best interests by
applying at office. 103 South Broadway. V- II
I .^OR'SALE—FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, FURNT
-1 tare and grounds, among the most desira
blc in Southern i alifornia; hotel men, cal)
and investigate. HILL & CO., 123 West Sec
ond st. 8-24 sun-lues & thurs-tf
"fJIOR SALE—96BO-CIGAR, CANDY ANII
r stationery store; average Jifj per day:
cheap rent; living rooms furnished; party
Joingeast; investigate this bargain. J. WALSH
; CO., 308' 2 S. MHO tf
I*QR RALE^SUOO-HALF INTERS ST
1 wholesale and retail fruit store; average
$20 per day: will learn you the business, as he
prefers partner to hired help. J. WALSH .i;
UO., IIOSJiS. i-prlngsL 10-10 tf
OR SALE CHEAP-ONE-HALF INTEREST
in a good-paving dairy: the other hall can
be rented. Address P. O. box 70S, Los Ange
G~~oob PAYING DAIRY BUSINESS, CLOSE
to city, clearing icioo a month. BTREETER
i SHAKP'LESS, HO S, Broadway. ,0-1 ti
MONKt '•'•■ LOAN.
Loans money in any amounts on all
kinds of collateral security, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also mi pianos, iron and
steel safes, und professional libra
ries, without removal; and on fur
niture in lodging, boarding lonises
ami hotels; without removal. Par-
Hal payments received. Money
quick Business confldentiaL Pri
vate Offioa for ladies.
W. E. DEGROOT, Manager.
8-20 1 y Rooms 2, Brt i, I_i4 S. Spring st.
HEAR OF |
I* a few good loans, ijiir.oii to *38,000, gilt
edged city security ; borrower will pay fait in
terest, ii. A. DOBINSON, 1 Bryson
MONEY To LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JBw EL
rv, watches, pianos, sealskins, live si >ck,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE Hltos.,
H-iSly 4Q: S. Spring st.
TF YOU WISH TO LOAN OB BOltltoW
J moio y, call on J. _ 3. C. Fl.ol'ltNoY, Ileal
Estate and Financial Agents, 13d Broadway.
All business strletlv confidential. 10-1 li
£»-?*t\ DELICACY ""sTORET GOOD COR
ner. doing good business: a I
Chance for increase. HENRY J. STANLEY,
2425. Broadway, next city Hall. 10-10 tf
/>7j7'. -' ■ as;[ I' i::s : -cL\Ts '"ASH GRO
SMh'" eery, doing good liusincsK; low rent;
tliis is a snap. lli-.N:;-. I. tTANLEY, 242 b.
Broadway, next (it;. 11. .1 10-10 n
_fi7l~|7 L<>! ■ IN. iIOfSE, 0 l:"(IMS, ALL
rood no iiituii-; house lull; low rent
fijffNKY .:. . .Lr.V, -1- !-. ilroiul.civ. i.cxi
sity lie 11. 10-10 It
•JTiTSpF"'' l ' l ' STA.VIV, Fllil-vT-IXASS, «.OOI>
"Jn-}ul' connection; ih sis a greal bargain.
HEN it V J. STANLEY, 212 S. Broiulway, next
City Holl. tUt I
rpo LO.AN-WE H WE s-'AotI'AND *(•(>(> I'O
1 loan on good re a. ,■ t«: ■. . .-.iiy. Fl,Ol'R-
NoV, 1-s Broadway. 10-1
AX; »* i' ■> '»
tTcBGESS J. REEVE. 'Hi.' T, L.-TAH
1> lisoed for Ihelai io o- - in I>n Angele
Rooms 7 ami o second t.o<;, Uorki.j.ui block,
Spring st.,between bchmi umd 1-0 lv
W^Jri"s'stOWK, A BCHITK' T," 32 S. BROA D-
Cy. way, between l-'iisl and Second. e-7 ti
Y-iMPLOYMENT FOR 80.X) PEOPLE-WE
Kwant active representatives' In all parts of
in,- I P to tell an article that i» used by every
one Gooda sre warranted. Profits enormous,
business permanent and legitimate. Exclusive
territory given. Experience not necessary.
Address "Manufacturing C 0.," 1,78-180' Co
mmercial St., Lynn, Mass. •■
«\- \ N"I El>-TIL NEEDING HELP FREE
11 t mi'lovnient or any information, address
E NITTINGBK'S BWtWjC, established .1880.
office. 310'!, S. Spring at; residence 451 s.
Hope st., corner Fifth, Los Angeles. Cal. Tele
phone 1 3. 8-10 »
11ETTY, ITu MMF.L & CO., EMPLOYMENT
I agents, ISI-ISS W. First st. Telephone 500.
Under the Los Angcies National bank. Help
of all kinds carefully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds fumisheii. 7-tl tf
TTity and county TTffTcial FREE LA
hor Bureau. ■10 New High st. Telephone
1153- for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, Manager.
il-'JJ lm _____
BILF W ANTE O —FBlf AI»K.
>v cated, industrious woman, between 2d
and 35, without family, to do office work help
and learn to cure cancers, at small, increasing
wages and board. DR. CHARLEY, 211 \\.
First St. ' «
\X 7 ANTED-LADY TO PLAY PIANO TO l iO
»» to the country; salary satisfactory. Call
Tuesday or Wednesday between the hours of
10 and'l2. 31t>>_& Spring St., room 21.
XX" ANTED—GOOD HELP FOR HOTELS AND
VI families at the Woman's Exchange and
Employment Office, 45 s. Raymond avenue,
opposite postolTlcc, Pasadena. 0-1 8 tf
_\"ANTED-BY YOUNG MAN OF STEADY
>T habits position as clerk In mercantile
establishment; has had some experience m
gents' furnishing goods, shoes, clothing mid
groceries; has extensive acquaintance ami
speaks the Spanish language; will be satisfied
with moderate salary; best of references. Ad
dress 11, rooms 13 and 15, IMU S. Spring
street. J 10-8 g
ART ANTED—BY EXPERIENCED, PKACTI-
Vv cal man, engagement a* nipertotondent
of irrigation svsteni or irrigated ranch; accus
tomed lo handle large plant, references. P.O.
Box 1333, Fresno, Cal. l"-0 ■»
ANTED — HARDEN, ORCHARD, NlR
serv work ; terms reasonable ; references
given. Address BYRNE, 314 S. Broadway.
10 S HI
>> 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
Ilt YER, box 20, Herald. H-U tf
A ."ANTED-A DAIRY FARM NEAIt TOWN,
>> south if possible; not less than ten
acres; rent to be paid monthly; nothing
wanted but the place with good house. Ad
dress F. C. STEVENSON & SONS, lx>s Angeles.
ANTED —A PARTNER WITH $8000 TO
invest in a paving project, invvliieh there
are no cha.iccs ol loss and profits large. Party
desiring tod al must furnish evidence of good
character. Address D., Herald office. 9 '-3 »
!_▼ANTED—MB§7," ESSAYS, SERMONS OR
>V other documents to copy by hand or by
typewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD room 8,
242}, s. Broadway. 10-* »
«TANTED~FI - RNISHED COTTAGE OF
>v the or six rooms for a year. Write, stat
ing particulars, toG. A. DOBINSON, 1 Hryson
bIScV 10 10 St
XX T ANTED —MAN WITH 93500 TO PI R- |
\\ chase half interest in a desirable inven
tion ; lortuno iv it. Address E., Herald office.
ANTED—PROPERTY LISTED WITH US:
>> we have customer.". DORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN & CO., 244 S. Broadway, 912 tf
tITASTED—WE HAVE CUSTOMERS FOR
» installment houses. DORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN A CO.. 241 S. Broadway. 9-12 tf
I.O«T AND FOItJUBL
MY PLACE OCT. Sth, A
' black Bolsteln cow. Owner call and pay
expenses. 880 N. Pearl st. 10-10 5t
AGAIN—BAM, THE CHAMPION
■* horse-clipper, at the old stand, North
Broadway. 10 I '_____
I- ItJtHAI,. -
j FRESH"RO ASTED ON
; 1 (iur giant coffee roaster, Java and Mocha,
35c lb; mountain coffee, 35c; germcn, *CJ
1 rolled rye, loc; 4 lbs rice, 25c; 0 lbs rolled
wheat, 25c; 8 lbs corn meal, 15c; 15 lbs gran
ulated sugar, Sll lOlbs beans, 25c; can toma
toes or corn, 10c; 3 cans corned beef. Zoo; can
baked beans, He; box tnacearoni, 55c; extract
beef, 25c: 4 bars Dinmore's soap, DO; can
coal oil, 80c; 3 lbs lard, 30c; pork, 14V'; ba
con, l(i!.,c; picnic hams, ISHje. ECONOMIC
ST< )RES, 11058. Spring st.
PER SON A I,- RALPH BROS.-GOLD BAR
flour, ifl.OO; city flour, 80c; granulated
sugar, 15 IDS VI; brown sugar, 2o lbs s-l : U lbs
rolled oats,-/sc; sardines, ft boxes, KOo; table
fruit, Beans 50c: Midland coffee, 25c lb; east
ern oil, SOc; gasoline, 80c; 2-lb can corned
beef, 15c: 1 ril, 10 His, 05e; 5 lbs. 50c. 001
South Spring street, corner Sixth.
ARRIED" LADIES' SAFEGUARD; PAT
ented; no medicine; noeqoall money re
in tided if not satisfactory. Send 10 cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City, Mo.
EDDCATHINA 1.. '
nr_E WOODBURY HAS
J. removed to the upper lloor of the Stowcll
block, MSB South Spring street. H has nuw the
largest and finest business college rooms in the
state, and the largest attendance of any com
mercial school south ol San Francisco. Fine
passengei elevator running direct to tbe
school rooms, rendering, stair-climbing unnec
essurv. 'I lie public is cordially invited to call
and inspect the college in Us new location.
Both <lav ami evening schools in session the
entire slimmer. Catalogue and College Jour
nal free. G. A. Hough, President; N. G. Fclkcr,
Vice-President; J W Hood, Sec y. 5-4 ly
I~IIS~AIvGEI.ES BUSINESS COLLEGE
_ AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated;, 144 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business 1 raining
ECbool on the coast Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, Bhorihaml, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and nil English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call al onTce. or write for elegant
catalogue. E. F. SHRADEIt, President; F. IV.
KKI.SEY, Vice-President; L L. INSKKEP, Sec
retary. 11-10-1 y
|.).\I!KEr"~BCHo6l — OF ELOCUTION AND
I Dramatic Expression. 455 S. Broadway.
('. c. Parker (late Instructor in tbe four col
leges at Lexington, Mo. , director, instruction
of private pupils w ill begin Monday, October
llhli: class pupils, Friday. October 20th. Call
or w rite for announcement circular. 10-S 14t
Schooi/ for"boys - and - young men,
now 111 session. Bryson block flop lloor),
second and spring sts. Rooms light ami cheer
ful; ventilation perfect. Thorough Instruct
ion in all the common English branches,
Special attention to arithmetic, higher mathe
matics and classics. A. B, BROWN. A. M.,
(Yale). 20 Potomac block. '.11l la
CCHOOL OF PHYSICAL TRAINING, slow
l> oil block, 20 S. Spring st. Open Oct. 111.
liciai-iiucnt of Elocution anil Dramatic Ex
pression. For further particulars address
MISS NAOMA ALFItKY. JKtO .(HI
rplIE LUDLAM SCHOOL -<Wl__ REOPEN
1 oct. luih. Applications received at room
75 Po oniac Block on Mondays and Tuesdays
from 2 toS; residence, :<39 Bdgewurc road,
10- ! i ill
.s 1 ASA DE ROSAS, KHOEIIEL INaTiTtJTK,
V Adams, cor. Hoover sL, will open nil lis
departments Tuesday, Oct. 24. Km- further
j particulars apply to MRS. CAROLYN M. N.
ALDJ.N, SOU W. Adams st. B-27 tf
A STBI'I! V SIIORTH AN 57" tYpKW RHINO
and' Business institute. 'lake elevator by
l' oplc'a Stoic, Phillips' block; tend for oala
logiic. _ 10-13 12m
C ttORTHAN'D AND TYPEWRITING—BEST
0 advantage! LOKOLEY INSTITUTE, Spring
and First sts. 3-7 If
■ xi. «-»«•!«!..
t I KK "AY SAVED MY TAKING
. \ f sanla Ke excursions to Kan-
WV'IH-'■ sns City, St. Louis, Chicago, New
■York and Boston. Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston; lamily luiirist sleepers to
Kansas City und Chicagodaily. Low- rates and
j quickest time, ofiiee, 120 N. braiug st. 7-1 m
. lilLl.H'S' HA I BOUND EXCURSIONS-
I i Personally conducted, via Denver and I'.io
I Grande and Rock Island Routes: leaves Los
Angeles every Tuesday and Friday; nrosssing
the Sierra Neyadas and passing tiie entire
scenery on lhe Itio Grande by daylight. (.•l!i,-o
138 8. spring st. 'j j " I ' l
TrDSON * CO.'S EXCURSIONS . v>l'
fl every. Monday, via Rio Grande :>ute;
I ihruugh touriel sleepers to Chicago and Bos
ton, personally managed. Office, 212 S. Spring
fjo* ti [e_
«• . | Klll'Olll" 1 .
isT7v v 'wfAli^
uia=.,euse, 2,1 Iv. First at, opp. Nadeau.
12 24 tl
LOS ANGELES HERALDi TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10. 1K93.
FOR H A t,«- ClTT _^*°~f" *
BY JOHN H. COKE,
4 Bryson Block,
Troperty on the following streets:
Washington, _ .
Jefferson, . .
BCBUdry ' Blame,
Georgia Bell, . .
Hill, ' „
Kent, _. ,
Macy, „ '
Newell, „ _ ,
New Jersey, „
park \ lew,
Kich ' Rockvood,
W infield, „. ,
Workman, _ ,
In California Towns:
Berkeley, „ , ,
El Monte, •
Hcsperia, _ '
Fixley, ~ ,
Ban Luis Obispo,
Property in States:
Nebraska, „ ~ ,
. - 10-10 2t
■yiTIGMORE _ O'BRIEN,
231 West First street
We have Customers to Rent House-
Cheap Lots on W. Pico st
on the Installment Plan.
Money to loan. 0-2Q.H
OR BALE-»1700-T.OT IN BONNIE ERAE
tract; clean side of street. .».S_i-
SS3soO—Fine corner on Grand aye., 101x211,
comprising three large lota.
ifcioOO—Corner lot on Eighteenth St., JOox
#:tooo—Lot 50x150 on Ixtn Angeles st +A w
f2500— Ixit on Upper Main si.; rents for $25
per month. ... «__...
IF7BOO—Lot 105x150 on Main St.. with three
two-story houses, which are always rented.
$000— Ixit o'ixiftOon Pearl st., between Sec
ond and Third sts.
iftiOO—Lot 50x150 on Santee It J
ERNEST G. TAYLOR,
10-7 7t 214 N. Sprlngst
I" SALE— WE HAVE ALFALFA SjSD
1 corn ranches from ifso to I*2oo per acre in
best locations. _ . W.i 1
Fine lot on Grand aye, near Second; Jrrlce
Fine lot, 75x150, near Le Grande depot, very
cheap. _ , .
Six acres of good land and 9-rooni house, In
side city limits; price if ,000. ___
For sale—The lease and furniture of several
lodging-houses, some partly for real estate.
We have very desirable houses and 10 s in
all parts of the city for sale or exchange
J. W. rOSir.tv,
10-8-3t 337 West First st,
JT ir*oo—Fine lot on Thirty-second st, near
H 2«7A_.Flnc lot on Twenty-fifth St., near Main.
$700—Fine lot on Eleventh, near Pearl.
SlloOO—Fine lot on lngraham st. Bargain.
SOIOO—Fine lot on lngraham st.
ilHOO—Fine lot on West Seventh st.
*20O0—Fine lot on Hope St., close in.
CRAWFORD Si LOCKHART,
10-1 tf 205 S. Broadway.
T7IOR SALE—AT BOYLE HEIGHTS, A NK\V,
Jf modern house of 5 rooms, on First street;
$2700. , i
Lot 50x135 an First street, one block from
the power house; If 50—worth $.000.
New house of b rooms, close to tho cable
cars; only*i2oo. See
F. A. HUTCHINSON,
10-3 tf 213 W. First st
I7IOR SALE-CHOICE BUSINESS CORNER,
1 115,000: liest purchase In oity ior the
money asked; present incoming about spiooo
per annum; If improved would pay Id to 20
per cent_owner going to Europe; must be
sold. licf*e investing elsewhere examine this
property and convince yourself of the facts.
JOHN L PAVKOVICH, 208 West FlraL 10-S 3t
A particularly nice residence and buslnoss
corner on South Main street—llsxl4B leet; .1
2-story residences, always rented. Price $0100.
J. 8. VAN DOREN,
9- 20 tf 101 S. Broadway.
V *'100- 527 Gladys aye., 5 rooms; rents
for H per cent interest.
5150u—225 N, Griffin aye., 5 rooms; easy
ifilOOO-O-room house, Thirtieth st.
v E. S. FIELD,
10- 8 tf 139 So. Broadway.
-A—AN ELEGANT" 10-ROOM HOUSE
m i iitV southwest,close to cable line; loca
tion one of tho best in the city; house com
plete In every particular; cold storage room
and cellar; large lot, fine lawn, choice shrub
bery—a decided bargain.
BARNES & BARNES,
10-1 tf 327 W. Second st.
JU \ 17K—EXTRA GOOD LOCATION ON I'RIN
-9 I i 0 cipal street; will exchange for lot and
pay difference; actually selling regardless of
cost In order 16 make sale apply to-day. X
WHITE, 221 W. First. 10-10 at
I^OR" SALE"OHOICE SPRING-STREET
' property, improved, close in; renting lor
big intercst'on price asked. A bargain.
BARNES A BARNES,
10-1 t f 227 W. Second st.
J*OR SALE-EAST LOS ANGELES, S. WORK
-1 man St., 8-room house; large lot; only
Kl7no; terms, l(Hsocash, balance $'J0 monthly.
TAYLOR _ RICHARDS, 102 Broadway.
SALE—FIf¥y~ FOOT LOT ON DUENA
JT Vista street, close to court house; .admira
bly located for an apartment house, li. A.
DOBINSON, 1 Bryson 10 10 31
FOR SALE-CALL AT THE NEW OFFICE
of CRAWFORD ct LOCKHART for special
bargains in real estate, 205 S. Broadw ay.
10-1 tf '
T7OR SA LE—2-STORY, fi-ROOM HOUSE,
1' first-class condition, on University electric
car line; for sale by owner. Inquire at rooms
4 and I, New Wilson block. 8-3 tf
FOB~BAUt- ttWO EACH 2 5-ROOM UOT
tages on Forrester avenue, near electric
car line; monthly payments. BARNES &
BARNES, 227 \V. Second st. 10-1 tl
I->OR SALE^BNAP-LOT _ 50x104 ON THlR
tieth street, between Grand avenue" and
Main street. CRAWFORD _ LOCKHART, 205
S. Broadway. I °- >i ' l
|,-«OR BALE—VAC ANTS LOTS AND BEAU
" tifullv improved residences at lowest prices.
FLOURNOY, 128 Broadway. li/-d-3t
iTaA-FOR SALE—NEW 5 ROOM HOUSE
>l-RlUon Victoria street; monthly pay
ments $15. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 \\ est
Second st. "-"
ITOR SALE BY OWNER-MODERN 0-ROOM
X* house on University electric car line; ele
gant home at a bargain; with or without fur
niture. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, new- w llscm
block. 9 - J1 "
I -lOR SALE—OO W ELL LOCATED LOTS ON
installment plan. K. P. CULLEN & CO.,
237 West First st. _10-1 tf
x-iOR SALE-LIST YOUR PROPERTY"FOR
sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN & CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st.
TjEAUTIFL'L HOUSE-1 2 ROOMS, ON JEF
JD (erson street, near Figueroa. CRAWFORD
«fc LOCKHART, 205 Soutli Broadway. 10-1-tf
Cheap" lots - at all prices in any
part of the city. HENRY J. STANLEY,24*
S. Broadway next City Hall. 10-10 tf
SEE MEAGHER - * JAY FOR BARGAINS IN
real estate. 101 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
NICK STOCK OF GltO-
X ceries with a good brick storo in a growing
country town; good trade; to exchange tor a
small improved ranch. ■ ■ •
5 acres on Vermont and Franiilin ayes, 5
room cottage, wel , windmill and tank, to ex
change for southwest city property.
4 lots and 2 houses well located to exchange;
value $4 00; want gents' furnishing and
clothing* will pay from *5 Co to *lo,ooocash
riptides J- »• *U^ltH,
>o Slt 237 W. First st.
7,-OR ' EXCHANGE - #12,000 - A HOTEL
r huildlng on one of the business streets ot
the city. consistlngof 08 rooms, on lot MxlfJOj
building cost #;8,000 and lot cost #10,000; all
In good state of repair and can be made to rent
for #200 per month, and ought to sell in less
than 2 years lor *dO,OOO. In order to clou up
an estate this propor.y will be exchanged on a
basis of #12,000, one-half cash and balance
any good clear property worth the money;
NOLAN <V- aMllll,
jO-4 tf . -8 W. Second st.
T.-iOR EXCHANGE—A VERY ""DESIRABLE
JT and highly productive fruit and nut farm
of 70 acres, in the beautiful Ojai valley, near
Nordhoff, Ventura couuty, for good unincum
bered residence property In litis city; cash
value, *2. .000. Apyfy ciudy- to dokkNi
n-stf ltil S. Broadway.
OIOUX CITY, lOWA.
A #5000 or #0000 residence in Sioux City for
good property in this city. g . s m)RKN
10 . i t f 304 W. First at
TIOR EXCHANGE — HANDSOME YOCNG
T lemon and orange orchard of fcO acres,
with good buildings, near itedlands, for city
property or business equity; JNOOO. .
J. o. VAN lIORhN,
in__ t f 304 W. First > t.
FmY»TcI A .VS. ~
D~ r7"sTEf<* lIEN S—M A < INETIC HEALER AND
■Modical. Electrician, for the cure of all
diseases. (>n"<)e hours !• till 5; correspondence
by mail. 23ULj S. Spring street, Los Angelee,
Cal. I0 " H I,nH
MR S" DI H. SMITH, BPK ciAI .T V 7 Mlll
-wllcrv. Ladles cared lor during cuniine
ment nt 7.7 Bellevue avenue, calls promptly
attended to. Telephone .110.
IjT~BLAK FSLEE, 'v>£ D., EYE AND EAR,
late of Illinois Eye. and Ear Infirmary
und Clilcago Opthalmic College. Office, 242'. s
S. Broadway. I O-.tt
wFsufm'; WELLS-OFFICE IN HER BRICK
31 block, i Li E. Tiiiiilst. Specialty diseases
~~ : 777 . 4 .v * ..."«•""■7*. j" ~-
' N "
(J ousandasphe.lt paving; 527 W. Firsts-,
"TTfoMsTßbl'sk & MEEkTnR,
/_ 207 West Second »t.
The largest und beet business block in the
chief city in a live central state, will exchange
for Los Angeles county ranch.
50x160 feet on ( arondelet street, west side,
betwen Seventh anil Eighth ; $850.
00x150 feet, \V. Seventh street, elegant mod
ern 8-ro»m house; lji|isOo.
50x111! feet, IV. Twenty-eighth street, line
modern H-room cottage; tfitiOO,
54x150 feat, 8. side E. sixteenth street, nice
6-room cottage; $3000. 10-10 tf
I"t*OB ORANGE ORCII
-1 ards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruit
orchards, olive . orchards, dairy or farm
ranches, tint-City residences, hotels, lodging
housea,' arocaiy- stores, hardware business,
fruit stands, cigar stands meat markets, sa
loons, bakeries, restatirants, anrl All kinds of
mercantile business; prices from $100 to
$2511,000; we neither advertise nor try to sell
anything that will not stand tho strictest in
vestigation. 'NOLAN Si SMITH, 228 W. Sec
ond st. , 10-1 tf
_l/jA/vi-FOR SALE, HOMESTEAD RELIN
"pOUtr i|uislimeni of IOJ acres, within %
mile of station on Sou'hem Paclllc railroad, in
tills county:, about (10 arms under cultivation:
land all cleared and lir»t-cla_s suioll house and
oi her Improvements; price $800. will ex
change tor property in tfrn &
10-4 tf -'iS W. Second st.
OR a A LB-A FEW VERY CHOICE Gov
ernment and nchool land ! locations for
sale cheap; or would take part pay lv other
property. . ... ,
A fetf choice lots on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth »ts., west of Figueroa: MOO to fOOO.
J. K. MULKEY,
8-22 tf 1140 IV. Eighteenth or 213 W. First st.
F" QR~BALE"Z'_7O ACRES 10 MILES FROM
city; 80 acres In beating fruit,- 80 acres in
bar-lev, balance in pasture; all fenced; good
water by iron pressure pipes; good barn, small
house; price, $20,000; terms, $5, 00 cash,
#5000 good trade, $10,000 mortgage .I to 5
years, a? S><, per sent. J. S. VA N DOREN,
O-.'i tC 101 8. Broadway
FOR SaLE-ItO ACRES FINTS ORANGE,
vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vache winery at llrookside, near Redlands;
this i» the very choicest land in that neighbor,
hoodin-the market; all or part; price $12,000,
terras easy. For particulars sec A. C.GOI.SH,
147 S. Broadway. __g »
TflOR BAT— NUMBER OF FRUIT FARMS,
f dairy farrrs ond ranches suitable for bog
raising for sale by parties compelled to have
money. FLOURNOY, 128 Broadway. 10-8 .It
Vioil S A LE—_o ACRES NEAR CAHUENGA
r Pass, with good water right, $75 per acre;
bargain. TAYLOR i RICHARDS, IOsI Broad
way. 10-1 U
ITWR BALE-A NO. 1 ALFALFA LANO WITH
' water, only #100 per acre; near pit v. TAI
LOR _ RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 10-1 ■■
F" OR~SALE*-LIBT VOI R PROPERTY FOR
sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN A CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st.
SALE—S ACRES CHOICE LAND NEAR
' tHeeltv. J- a VAN DOREN,
10-4 t| 30-1 W. !■ irst St.
FOX S*_K-W»M K__ VNjRmJJL_^
r mining, eitv and country property.
Particular attention paid to patents of all
kinds. Choice property in Azusa valley. Cor
rcspondci.ee solicited. >f gTOVER,
Real Estate and Mining Exchange,
10-1 tf _j_ VV. First «t.
tlHor'sale or exchange-a uood driv
r tng marc; kind and gentle; warranted
sound;price, #75; will take half out in trade
for merchandise; horse Is suitable [or delivery
wagon IV. H. OBEAR, 213 W. First. 10-tO 7t
OCTFIT, CHEAP FOR
P cash, including new wagon specially fit
ted out with water casks and other Imple
ments. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New WllJOn
block. _ •_■ J*.
ONE FINE 5-YEAR-OLD BAY
1 horse; trained, single or double: can be
seen at the rear of 3435. Broadway. 10-10 <t
TTiOR SALE-VERY CHEAP, THOROnnl
i; bred registered mastiff pups, at 1047 s.
Main at. _. lf *- 4 lm
FOR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
to suit at this office. ________
b 2-story house, near the Temple-street cable
line olid o'nlv about H minutes' walk from the
court house;- rent #20 pc^nionth^
10-4 tf 228 W. eeeoud st.
| t;OR RENT 0-ROOM HOUSE, 320 S. olive
i st.; Just been put iv tirst-class condition:
I newly papered, palmed, etc. ~, , ~
I BARNES, 237 IV. Second st. tf
f.-OR~RENT-5-ROOMED HOUSE; BATH,
I h pantry, etc.; close to court-house; #20. ni
qnircttt2l_N. Hill. 10-10 21
for _jgy_f—y v
JT bedroom, with gas and use of bathroom;
close in; nice location; suitable for one ur two
gentlemen; rate #15 for one and #«0 for two
persons' references required. Address O. X.
box 30, Herald office. _ 0-.0 If
I-IURNTSHED ROOMS-NICE FURNISHED
* rooms to let from #1.5" per month up at
Calumet Hotel, East Third street, opposite
Omar ay aud also rooms for housekeeping.
R'OOMB AN D"BOA RD-FI EST"CLASS ROOM
and board with prlvnie family, for gentlc
niau and wife or two gentlemen. Good refer
ence rcqubed; at 1142 S. Flower street, Los
Augeles! cal. s H. d JL
IMIR RENT—EXCELLENT SUNNY ROOMS,
1 with bay windows, single or en suite, three
blocks from court house; rent low; cheap un
furnished rooms. 525 Sand st. _H)-4 lm
f_M)~RENT-TvVO~ FURNISHED' ROOMS,
JL with piano, cheap to gentleman or couple
for housekeeping, in private family. 320 I lay
street, city. jO-l»Jt _
THREE NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS—
housekeeping privileges. 40J. Turner st.
rsxTl.E i~- P-EASANT FURNISHED, BOOMS
J_ at iQHi .-Ql'.tli Hop" st.
A T TO KN X V «. _
"TlyTc huStebT"ATTORNEY AT LAW,
el lirvson Boncbrakc bliH-k. Telephone 52 i.
practices in all tho courts, stale and federal;
i" GOODBKiTTTaWYEU, 12l~DEAIUI( >RN
A. sireet, Chicago, 111.; 20 years'experience;
secrecy; special facilities in several states.
Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states, iv
TTI'K=IkKK 't GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
11 rooms 103 and 104 Phillips block, corner
Spring »nd Franklin streets. Telephone, 1120.
jT^atJcoTkT atiorn^yTspeciA L AT
. tenlion given to the settlement ol estates.
1115 West First st. «_j "
k~trask', attorney at law, ful
. ton block, ZO7 New High street, Los An-
I gelos. »
I -IT-'M POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
I .» ' room 3 Allen block, Temple and spring
1-OK "« N *~V -~
FOR RENT-OtioTcRES IIFICfKM CGUN
ty- 320 acres in Riverside county; 48 acres
vineyard in Ban, Bernardino county. j. V\.
i.-.w'Tfr ■jfrW, I'irM.sl. „ T 1
rpHE~"^K AMMERMEYER 6 RC H EBTR A-
I First-class music furnislied for balls par
ties, tonoerle, receptions and picnics \lo in.
mandolin, etc., taught. Office at WM-xerald'a
music store, comer North Spring and Franklin
streets. ■ io-i4-iy_
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
I j anil Ails, open all the year. MRS. EMII.I
j! VALENTINE! president. V.M.C.A. .building,
Broadway and Second street. b-14-.>
T ESBONS~ON~ PIANO -BY COMPETENT
Li teacher, at .10 cents per lesson. Address
\114.5. Flower street, Los Angeles, Cal.
. iausiclurnisticd for all occasions. Office
J. B. BROWN'S MUSIC STORE, ill N. BprirnJ
streef. . " : ' ir__
T>ANJO BY MISS M. E ASTIIURY ; 0 AND (I
X Stringed taught, studio ft]; take elevator
by People's Store, Phillips lilocL-. H-12-ly
l-iIIOF. 11. DERO S A' AI'KMY OF MUSIC. IN-
F "tructionsia all branches. IMIOS, Spring st
I 0-20 tf
"music studio, room
. ".Crocker hulling, !«3 S. Broadway.
I) R * Tjl HT ».
DR L W WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First atreets, WlUiui 01, ck; .take elevator.
Gold crowu and bridge work a specialty; teeth
exiiw-ied without l*lr._Uoorol. m 4H_
DX S. TOLIiLKsT, DiCSTIST, 10W» X.
spring street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Pa) a ess
. I extraction" V° lf
S-SRANK -TKVKN", :«•!•!', SOUTH SPKIKQST.
_ Open Sunday «ad cveiung by electric light.
CHICAGO DAY AT THE FAIR
Continued Irom first page.
fainted. Ambulances were summoned
and these in trying to wedge their way
through to the sufferers caused other
stampedes. To make matters worse, at
this point the parade, with inexcusable
carelessness, wound around the mining
building and forced its way once more
through the dense mass of people. Tbe
avenue was finally cleared by throwing
open the doors of the transportation
A TERRIFIC JAM.
There was another terrific jam at the
Sixth-third street exit, where the people
in thefr impatience broke down the
fence. At 11:30 p.m. thousands of
people are waiting for trains, and it
looks as if it will be early morning be
fore all of tbem get down town.
TUB TOTAL ATTENDANCE.
At 11:30 p.m. the bureau of admis
sioua of the world's fair announced that
thecoontof today's admissions cannot
be finished before early morning, but
they ess 1 mated the attendance at about
SECOND ONLY TO LONDON.
The Population of Chicago Almost Don-
bled In n Hinalo Da;,
Chicago, Oct. 9.—lt is estimated that,
barring London, Chicago ia the most
populous city in the world today. With
in the past4B hours the railroads brought
in half a million strangers. Chicago has
been called on to take care of some large
crowds in the past, but never before any
thing like the size of this one. In spite
of all the extra accommodations provided
for the world's fair, every public house
ie taxed to ita utmost capacity, ami
thousands are compelled to sleep in
stairways, restaurants and hotel othcee.
Roms are impossible to secure: cots are
nt a premium.
THRONGS AT THIS GATES.
The gates to the fair opened at 6:30
this morninsr, with crowds already
waiting for admiseion, and from that
time on there was no let up. At every
entrance hundreds to thousands were
lined up. The turnstiles worked aa fast
as possible, letting streams of people in
to the grounds; but they came faater
than they could get in. Aa the hours
wore on, the multitude outside seeking
CAUSES OF THE CRUSH.
The immensity of tbe crowds was due
to the (act tbat half a million people
came to the city in the paat few days for
tbe purpose of being present on Chicago
day, in addition to the vast army of
visitors already here, and the further
fact that every business house in the
city was closed, and many of tbe em
ployes were famished with tickets of
Chicago aeema to have control ol the
weather thia year. A more delightful
day for thia crowning celebration could
not have been manufactured to order.
No clouu wae in tbe aky and a cool and
bracing bretza from the north made
outdoor exercise delightful. It waa em
phatically a chow day, with aomething
in the way of exhibition every hour.
THE DAY's EXERCISES.
The day opened .villi the ringing of
the new liberty bell by Simon Pokagon,
the PottawotUmie chief who Bold the
aite on which Chicago ia situated, and
John Young, aon of the Indian who
named Chicago. Following thia in
rapid succession came a parade of the
Chicago hussars; a fanfare of universal
peace by heralds stationed on the tops
of the buildings around the court of
honor; an overture of. all naviona by
united bands; a phorus, The Star
! Spangled Banner, by 2000 voices, fol
! lowed by other patriotic aira by banda
and voicee, including the national airs
lof foreign nations; tbe ringing of the
j Liberty bell at noon by Mayor Harrison;
a reunion and review of the atatea in the
court of honor, making a beautiiul
PAGEANT AND PYROTECHNICS.
The Fair Transformed Into Fairyland
Chicago, Oot. 9.—Tbe exposition was
transformed into fairyland tonight.
Bright lights flashed from every nook
and crevice in tbe buildinge. Bearch
lights cut wide swaths in the sky.
Multi-colored rockets shot heavenward.
Showers of fire were rained about the
grand basin and on the lake front.
Through it all floats representing Chi
cago's progress were hauled It waß a
grand climax to the chief feetal day of
the fair. The floats were marvels ol
boauty. First was the Genius of Music.
At her feet clustered a chorus of 60
whose oongs rung out on the night air.
Chicago was repreeented by Miss
Elizabeth Flynn, who appeared aa the
typical Chicago figure. On the Bame
float were the following representative
characters: Love, Liberty, Mubic, Art,
Chicaiio aa a trading post in 1812 waa
repreeented ou the third float by a re
production of the incident of tbe Fort
Sheridan's famoua ride, fijrnreH of
Grant, Logan, Douglass and Kicbard
Yates, and Chicago offering her sous to
Lincoln were on the lourth float.
The fifth waa Angels of I'eace.
Chicago Prostrate, typical of the ef
fect of the big fire, waa repreeented by
the eixth float. At the rear of tbe car
Chicago was seen rieing from the aehea.
The seventh float vve.s emblematic ot
Tiie handsomest float in the proces
sion representing Columbus at the court
ol Isabella, brought up the rear.
Toe genius oi electricity, appropri
ately demonstrated by Electra, was in
tbe form of an immense dragon illum
inated by over 2UOU incandescent lights
wh eh were CJnstantly changing in
At the head of the brilliant pageant
rode the Chicago huaaara, followed by a
band of 1000 pieces.
The procession wended its way
through all the principal avenues of the
white city aud people occupied every
mcli of ground and all tho available
apace on the buildings.
The fireworks which followed were
probably the finest ever sent off No
expeuse was spared and the magnitude
of the display waa appalling. Rockets
shot from every corner of the white citry
and a continual shower of colored fire
iell on every aide of the set pieces, which
were brilliant in the extreme. Old Fort
Dearborn, the Old City Hall aDd Chi
cago Triumnhant were portrayad in
front of the periitylfl. The largest
piece of the evening was the Burning of
Chicago, which covered an area of
14 000 q'lare, feet. It waa produced in
loiirccenee. The first lllttatrated Mrs.
O'Lsary'e cow ; the second the kicking
over of the lamp, ihe fire starting
thenco; a roalislio and correct view ot
tbe burning of tbe city was
»na the dieplay closed with a picture of
Chicago in ruins.
EVANGELIC AL ALLIANCE.
Bell.loas TVberty »»<■ ot
Chicago, Oct. 9.-At today's session
ol tbe Evangelical alliance time wm •
large attendance, despite the attractions
of Chicago day. At the afternoon ses
sion the subject of the religiouj condi
tion of Protestant Christendom waa con
sidered, Prof. Bracy speak m. for
France, Colonel Nepven for lhe Nether
lands, M. G. Jeraten for the Scandinavi
an*. Count yon Bernstoff, speaking for
Germany, said the growth of trot> re
liglowa thought there had been hin<«We j
by the atheistic tendency which exertta
a powerful influence over the people,
but recent organized movements by
Christian workers bid fair to result m
a great advance.
Mr ß . Lucy K'der Meyer, of Chicago,
presided over the department ol deacon
esses, which carries the practical dem
onstrations of Christianity into hospital
and charity work. Mis* Drra Stephen
son, ol Loudon, batter known as Meter
Dora; Margeret Dreyer, of Chicago, and
At the evening sf.ssion addresses wero
delivered by Key. James King, tecretary
of the national league for protecting
American institution!; by Bishop fow
ler of tbe Methodist Kpiacipal cnurcli
and others. Bishop Fowler* suhjso
was Religious Liberty and 1 rogresa o
tbe Katie. "Those things," he said
-have kept step. The love of liberty ia
a virtue and an acquisition, not an
insliuot. We all enjoy freedom from
restraints and dictations, but liberty is
self-government; that is, war attains
invasions by the lo*er P'OP<"_
sities. But thia virtue, like tut
race, matures slowly. The go«
pel quickens the spirit ot men. It be
gets liberty. Kelig.oue 1 berty is a ate
fruit on tho stall of humanity, ua
hardest leeson is to learn to let it live.
Down to our very days come bloody
fringes of persecution. Much of our
country has been under leprewons ol
spiritual and political despotism. But
today it is different. Three great, prot
estant nations hold the balance ol
power on tbe earth and make it eala
anywhere in the world to pray to God
Almighty, to give free and eaio ingress
to all religions that wish to corns. Lei
every man think and choose lorhittueu.
God "and nature reveal but one law on
this euiiject, and that is the law ol
The CaltrirnU _..l*_<Ul"n'< KeceiOloa
Chicago, Oct. 9 -The Veteran F.re
men'a association of California arrived »
in the city thia evening. Thoy wero
met by Dr. Matthews, Secretary J nukiaa ,
of the California exhibit, Vice President
Shriner and N. W. Shay of the Ciiicago
Veteran Firemen's association, lhe '
delegation were token to (lore's hotel,
where they will remain for the next 10
dava. The California lirenieu are MM
only veterans outs'de of the atate of
Illinois that responded to the invitation (
to participate in lhe veteran fireman a
day. which occurs tomorrow at lhe ex
position. Tbe association will lead me #
parade of veteran tiremen. Alter the
procession the visitors will be the
guests of a reception given them in the
ILVEKS AT LEXINGTON.
A Great Trottluc He"' OMwoen 3-Year
Lexington, Ky., Oct. 9 — The star .
event of today was the stallion represen
tative Btakes for 3-year olds, $11,950, of_
which the winner receives $8,000, the
largest amount ever trotted for by
3-year- okle. It was a stubborn fight be- i
tween Aro Wilkeß, Medio and T.ie Con
queror, while Axtel was prominent in
the first two heats. Aro Wilkee' game- •
ncsa and Goldsmith's great driving gave
him first money. William Corbelt of
San Mateo, Cal., bred tho gallant blackO
colt and pocketed $IHSO by tbe condi
tions of thw Btrike. In the betting tne
I winner ruled the ftivoritH all through. '
i Tho track was very laet and the time in
3 year-old Btakes is the fasteet five heat
race for 3 year-olds.
Class 2:20 trot, 1 year-olds -Loline
won, Aunt Delilah Becond, Greeuunder
Girl third; "tl—e, 2:15?_. t j*
Stalliou representative ttakee, 3 vear
olds, trottinif—Aro Wilkes wou. Medio
second, The Conqueror Herd; t'SajV
2:M l j, _:14<_, 2:15. 2:15>»,
(Jlh-b 2.50 trot—f'recii:«e won. Hen
i zjtta second, Dent«eii third! time, 2:25.
I.iinlsvilla Fi.ll kMIMI i 4
Lod_>\tllr. Oct. 9 — The (ad metftfoj
of the I, luisville .lomey "3'ub was i'ojd
gurated today at Churchill down?. Ihe«
track was good. Summary i
Four and on—half fiirlong-i —Hamrrtnn
won, Annie llucsiriiritam second') Mu-«
Lieht third ; time, 67 1 .
One mile —Emma ..lo won. AMiM*»
Allen eecoud, Maryland third; liflMW
U,u« Grasa stakes for two year ouls,
aix furlongs—Buckwa won. f"«-iieiti.
second, Bocsrene third ; time, 1 l-ufri-
Six furlongs—Volantiess woii, O-.ctm
Blossom second, Chess liogan thud},
Six furlongs—George Eacx won, Sem
per Lex eecoud, Parrot third; time,,
1:1»>_. _ , i
Four and a half fn"'onin - Coiiinol n*\
won, Atelier second, 11 clisl
third ; time, 0:58#
A I.uiid-llile. t
Vfiiy Mac.kkij Kksui.ts—lln lerm"1fl*(l
slide u-ua iy (••jiive;s iui,u,i«elicj ul diasmin
wh-rehy many aie kl led, 'mt this 11 t»
used to tuai.it'*> the enormou. sal-sot U<*
Miles' host'Tniive Nervine, a remedy ilutt
dally saving tne lives or thou.*, o» who are
suffering fr«,m nervous di»ii'lei« It nitres a -
nliatlun. nervous prosiuu.oii. lieiO.i h-, o:iki
ache, snla«l oUcu,'C", livUnria, ill i Ilj.i--.-i oi
spirits, c ulu Inn ol miutf, etc. on I Hi id« up
th. u,dy surpnslu.ly. llrown & M vbu/,
CorllKiiJ.N . , say on- r-.re-t no J UcrViga
and gained lft p minis of flush. Sold by O. It.
Hanoe, the dru.ii.lsi 17 7 -v. ajir.ug street, on a
guarantee. GeL a hook irey ,
AND UFE-BEADIJJO mIS
\j ilium; consultations on business, re urn™
als marriage, cllhukhv, lawsuits, love, m*obbil
locations, etc,; 452 s. Main si. M US. I'AIiKEUj
_. n "I
MRS. D. A. KTMIIAI.L, IU .>..>«, •■, iSSt
■ nml trauee milium, soutliwunt rtiMinl
Twenty-third st » 1 "<>' •" " ":' :,y
llYe.lt- rtN" FIM-xMI
MKTKOI'OI.ITAN STEAM II YE Willi ii s, „ 1
Erankllii st. ; tine ilvcing and cleaning.
T3AftISUNT)VlF\v;riiKs7a7A SOC ill MAIN
1 street; best dyeing liuiiiM.-Uy. 1-I.> tf^
HAT RN T ■<. COPTKIO HI » \
H\Z a'III) & ToWNSEND,KOI/.vfiTliovVNaV
hldcii. 'lcl. ;U7. I.OS Aln!"le<. 11--^'iljf*
< k* r> ,» '••t-i,
ABSTRACT AND illi.- i.\~1,_A..v... v...1;
uany ol Los Angeles; norlhwcai coruexuf
Franklin and New Ulgli sts. BtlTSii