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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
Episcopal, Olive street, between Fifth and
Sixth, Rev. John Gray, rector; 21st Sunday
in Trinity; Holy Communion, 7:39 a. m.;
morning prayer and sermon, 11a. m.; subject:
After Death. Sunday school. 9:45 a. m.; even
ing prayer and address, 7:45 p. m.; subject:
The Church and the World. Special music.
This chnrch is the mother church of the Epis
copal churches In this illy, and is open every
day In the year. All calls for the services of
the church, visiting of the sick, baptisms,
funerals, especially for strangers, answered at
all times. Telephone 761.
ST7 JOHN'S CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), COR.
Adams and Figueroa streets. Celebration
of the Holy Eucharist al 8 a. ni.; morning
service and sermon at 11: Sunday school at IS.
full choral evensong and sermon al 7 :3i> p. m.
Churchmen visiting Los Angeles are cordially
invited to St. John's. Scats free: vested choir
of 32 voices, men, women and boys. Take Grand
avenue cable to Adams street and walk one
block west. Rev. B. W. R. Tayler, reeton
C" 'nVRCiC~OF~ THE NEW ERA- MEETS AT
Illinois hall, Broadway and Sixth street.
Sunday school at 9:30; full corps of New Era
teachers; Bible class now probably the largest
In the world. Send the children. Morning dis
cussion at 11 o'clock; Unemployed; evening
service, by Rev. W. c. Bowman. Subject: The
Individual—stand Out of My Sunshine. Scores
are converted at these meetings. Seals free.
i-tHURCH OF THE UNITY—CORNER HILL
\u and Third streets, Rev. J. S. Thomson,
pastor. Services Sunday at 11a.m.; Sabbath
school. 9:30 a m.; evening service, 7:30 p. in.
Suhject Sunday morning: The Congress of
Religion at Chicago; evening serv Ice conducted
by the assistant pastor, Rev. F. Preston ; sub
ject, Self Reflectors.
CPIRITUAL~MEETIXGS~WILi~BE HELD IN
Fo-esters hall, on Main, near First street,
this afternoon at 2:30, to consider the report
of the committee oil permanent organisation
and ottier business: admission free. Regular
meeting this evening At 7iSO. An interesting
programme has been prepared; admission 10
rtsvfIJEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY—FREE PUBLIC
X lectures every Sunday, 7:45 p. m., at
Blhvatsky hall. Spring strecet, between
Fourth and Fifth streets, up stairs. Tonight,
UHlversel Adjustment, Nature's Law, by Mr. F
IMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN cTuTRriTf,
corner Tenth and Pearl streets. Preaching
by Rev. Dr. Chichester at 11a.m. Y. P. C. s.
at 6:30 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p.m.
riMIE PEOPLE'SCHi-rtlTl (NON SECTARIAN)
1 Rev. J. H. Phillips pastor. Services in
Grand Opera House ball at 11 a.m. Sunday
school at 12:20. Everybody Invited. No night
\ 1 R. C. A. BASKV*RvTTi.E WILL SPEAK AT
.sl the Young Men's Christian) association,
209 Sou'li Broadway, at 3 o'clock today. All
young men sre invited to be present.
103 S. Broadway.
In Real Estate
Of Any Kind,
City and County,
Real F'siaic Security.
ODEA & BAR!!,
jo-5 tl 103 s. Broadway,
OTICE-TH E LOS ANGELES CltV\vTt¥r
company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules; The hours for sprinkling are between
6 and H o'clock a.m. and (I and 8 o'clock p.m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a tine of $2 will be
charged before the water will be turned on
again. 8-17 tf
TXTE NOTICED' RECENTLY IN A PAPER
Tl called The. Times an article relating to
the multi-millionaires of the world, in which
no mention was made ol Ihe Star Grocery.
Motiarty feels hurl. Please correct this matter
and oblige, vonrs respectfully, MokiaßTY
BROS. .V PHELPS. 10-21 eod-8t
Tl I E~S A F E I) E POSIT BOX EX OF Tl IF. STATE
Loan and Trust company are inclosed in a
tire-proof and burglar-pniol vault, with time
locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity;
alcoves attached for the private examination
of valuables, wiih writing materials; a young
lady in attendance. s-l tf-J
1 - Xi)ies, — have "your old-styleTfe 1 I
j and straw hats reshaped at the San Fran-
Cisco Straw works in the latest full styles: ive
do our own work • feathers and garments dyed
and cleaned. 454 S. Springs!., between Ftourth
aud Fifth sts. It
MES.MI.N'S femTle PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relieffor
painful and irregular menses—from whatever
cause. For sale by FREEMAN & CARPER, 102
North Spring st. Price, $2 per box 5-9 ly
IG TREE CARRIAGE AND IV AG ON
works; all kinds of painting and repair
ing US San Pedro st., between First and
Second sts., I.os Angeles. 7-6 tf
WANT TO PURCHASE LOTS IN ALL
parts of the- city; prices from $200 to $25,
-000. HENRY J. STANLEY, 242 S. Broaduav,
next city hall. 10-22 li'
I7<bR"H6usES TO RENT OAIXoN
' BARNES A BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
AHA lIRI AGE BUREAU—CONFIDENTIAL.
Send stamp for details. M'LLE COYNE,
Box 60, Herald office. 10-17 7t
Th c "misses - wjlson~vvTli. DO drfTss
makiug at their rooms, 743 S. Broadway,
or go out by the day. 10-22 St
1" legTnt dinin(r ROOMS AND~BOAR I)"AT'
j 19jS Grand aye. 10-19 31
AF. SLOPES, HoUSE~mOveR. ( VpFice,
• 112 Center place. J-; 5 v
.SfiTitu Xc ezourfion* t<> k n- ..-
Blb*^P^?-Iw ( 'ity, si. I.niiis, ('hicaffo, New i'ork
nnd Boston, I-enve J.os Angcics every Wednes
day; personally conducted through lb Chle&go
anil Boston; lamily tourist Hleepers to Kr.n h
City and t'ln-'HRO dni'v. Low rnlesAiid (iiMcV
OHt'tinK*. Uflict', 139 X. Spriinc *,(. *T-1 m
P- TlflTl. lPS' EABT BOUNIP KXcrilNW) Nii
Personally conduoted, via i>envt r and Rio
Grande and Hock Island Route-! leaves Lou
Angeles every Tuesday and Kriday, urOMlng
the .Sierra Nevados and nassiug the entire
peenerv on the Rio Urande by davliglit. Offlue,
IH6 8. ISprlng hu 7-1 ti
"tUOSON .t CO.'S KXCI'KSIONS BAST
fJ every Monday via Rio Urande route;
through tourist sleepers to Chicago and Host on,
personally managed. UflFice. 2JI! 8. Sprinik'
Htrei t, I.os A Udell's.
I>I£N , I'JSD''-.
DR. It. W. WKU.s CORNER BPRIN G AM)
First streets, Wilson Mock : take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty: teeth
•xtracted without pain. Room 1. iu-1 ti
BR." H. TOLJ? i'RST. I'KNTIi-sT, 10S'N.
Spring street, rooms 2, 3 nnd 7. Painlesfi
7"vr7 PARKER, DENTIST, REMOVED TO N
1/ E. cor. Spring and First Bt«, 10-19 U
Si 4' 2 SOrTII SJ'RINt, ST.
Open Sunday and evening t in ■l ie light
MISS 0. STAFFER,
niabbeuse, -11 W. First bt., opp. M.idiviu.
\\' A NTKD-*A UOOB, It ELI ABLE, At ITIVE
It uistl With fMUHI cash to take I oast.gen
< eral agency and exhibit goods at San Fran
cisco lair for a large manufacturing company
of Chicago. Address Odell Tppcwriter Co.',
: Chicago, 111. 10-28<>oif 101
"IIT A NTED—SALESMEN FOR Of R DOOR
»T (name) platen house numbers and signs;
readable in the darkest night; 85 to $10 pet
3 day easily m*de in any territory: sample cases
free: write at once. E'lectrtc Name Plate com
pany, HO Case St., Chicago. tf
1 *! I T ANTED—A LL NEEDING HELP, FREE
' -v, employment or any information, address
' E. NITTINGER'S HI REAP, established 1880
office, 319 1 , S. Spring st.; residence, 4.">1 &
.- Hopest.. corner F'lfth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telc
i phone US. 8-16 tf
] JETTY, HUMMEL A: CO., EMPLOYMENT
agents, 181 -188 W. First st. Telephone 509,
tinder tbe Los Angeles National bank. Help
> of all kinds carefully selected and furnished.
| Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-ti tf
fSITY A Nil cbl" STY OFFICIAL FREE LA-
V bor bureau, 240 New High si. Telephone
11511; for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. W, A. WHITE, Manager.
lr VNTED AT ONCE - TWO OR THREE
M first-class canvassers on a popular busi
: ness publication being issued. N. A. WOL
: I COTT. 656 Ninth Main si. HMS 71
HUM' WANrKI) fKMALB.
vv families at the Woman's Exchange and
' Employment Office 45 S. Raymond Rvenne,
' opposite poMoffii c, Pasadena. 11-1 - 11
WANTKH—SI « V 11IOSS.
Ay ot Mil, extlkma n, bTst7>Frle?eT?
ences, would like to "coach" pupils in
English; terms very reasonable. Address 1).,
Herald office. lt_
IHNTKH MINI l l I.ASEIII S.
Ai-ANlEli A PARTNER WITH HOOD TO
n invest in a paying project, in which there
are no ehancess of loss ami profits large. Fatty
desiring to deal must furnisb evidence of good
character. Address 1), Herald office. 9-23 tf
\\'ANTEI)-MSS., ESSAYS, SERMONS OR
1 SS other documents lo copy by hand or by
typewriter, GEO. w. Bradford, room 8,
HSM 8. Broadway. 10-3 tf
WANTED— TO mTkE DRESSES FOlfi)NE
\i third less than usual prices for next 10
days; apprentice wanted. MMX. EARHART,
South Broadway. 10-22-81
\%T ANTED-TO PURCHASE A LOT SOI TH
" west; will pay from $490 to $600; must
be a bargain. Address \V. L. P., P.O. box 505,
city. 1 10-22 tf
Ay A NTED—MAN WITH !f2500 fo~ Pl'R-
T> chase half interest In a desirable inven
tion: fortune in it. Address E., Herald dfiee
M a patent brass speeinlly; sure success and
quick returns; call at room 4, 233 W. First st.
I.OHT AND FOOND.
j 1-SOUND AGAIN-BAJL
iI .1 horse-dipper, at I lie old stand, North
Broadway. lit 111 1 in
j.)ai:<.;ains— bargains—v a ItfJAiNR
$1(10— Fruit store. | 8176—Clear tore.
■325— Restaurant. §740—Hestai ani
Hioiiu—cigar store. i 8800—Delicacy.
; 82009-coal yard. | B&OO—ClFOoery,
■ISO-Branch bakery. | $1800—Grocers-,
i Apply to B. WHITE, 221 W. First st. 1(1-17 tf
j»'>"(Ul— SAI.IKIN AMI 17-ROOM LoDG
) nr»)• Ism 1 connected: tirst-class in every res
| peel; large and eligibly fitted up; clears'over
j 5*275 monthly; nevet offered for sale before:
I old established, well-known stand; full s-alue
lin stuck. Saloon men sluAild give-this immed
iate attention, as it is positively a bargain. B.
| WHITE, 221 XV. First si. 10-22-tf
fiS'J'aWk— LARUE MILK ROUTE AND uTIRY
I »tr.>>»s7U clearing over $200 monthly; trial:
full value in stock; 81 cows and yearlings; 11
horses, 4 wagons tanning Implements, barns,
corrals, etc. B. WHITE, 281 W. First street.
T7SOR BALK—GROCERY STORE; WILL SELL
A at less invoice; cheap rent: living rooms.
This is the best offer in the city: location extra
good; business average $39 per day; price.
I $700: investigate Hits bargain. .1. WALSH it
CO., 308 V, 8. Spring st. 10-22-tf
JjSOR SALE OB EXCHANGE—FOR CITY
property, stock of goods or live stock,
a small bouse and good lot In Lnkin, Kansas;
will payCa>h difference. ROBERT F. JONES,
Bank of Santa .Monica, Santa Monica, Cal.
HE LOS A XIJ E LES~~ DIRECTORY OFFICE
keeps a complete list of all business for
1 snle or exchange. Parties desiring to either
; !ui vor sell w ill consult their best interests by
j apj.lying at office, 103 s. Broadway. 8-9
[jsOB SA 1.E—5550 IGAR, CANDY AND
I** Stationery store; average $15 per day;
cheap rent; living rooms furnished.: party
.■. ;-;!; investigate this bargain. J. WALSH
iSt CO., ito»' s S. Spring st. 10-10 if
j yOR SALE—LIVERY STABLE, DOING GOOD
; f business; best location in the city; will
| not deal through agents; price according lo
amount of stock taken by buyer. Address X,
Box 50, Herald otto. 10-21 km
v •/,-./ i BUYS 11 KST TI^VSS - E LEV EN- BO 0 M
'T'OtlU lodging house: line furniture; best
located house in the city. HENRY .1. STAN
LEY, 242 South Broadway, next to City Hall.
1.-SOA SALE—FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, FURNI
* lure anil grounds, among the most desira
ble in Southern i aliforilla/; hotel men, cal|
and investigate. 1111,1, ,t CO., 123 West Sec
ond st. K-24 sun-tues thurs-lf
a»«JATk—FISH AND POULTRY BUSINESS.
)\)\ 1 i-'ine location. \.uw rent lias good
connection. HENRY .1. STANLEY, 242 South
Broadway, next to city hall. 10-22 tf
<&'*">""» ' """ 9-ROOM LODGING HOUSE,
eSO—O very close In. Rem sm. HENRY J.
STANLEY', 242 SouUi Broadway, next lo city
hull. 10-22 tf
CSOR SALE- POULTRY.BUSfNKSS IXCI.I'tK
I tng houses, Btoc-tt, eie., for iploO. Addron
A. 8., Box 00, Herald office. 10-21 St
(1 0( 1 11 PAYING DA 1R V BUSINESS. ( LOSE
VT to city; clearing SI 00a month, strektkr
i SHARPLBBB, 1 10 S. Broadway. 10-1 If
BUSINESS CHANCES — SEE JOHN V. ¥.
I'Ki 'K'S advertisement of store in For Sale
rpHE WOODIIUI!Y JtrsixENS^'OIAJCGETIIAS
I A removed to the tipper floor of the Stowell
block, 226 Eoutll Spring street. Ii has now the
largest and finest business college rooms in the
state, and the Largest Attendance of any com
mercial school south of San Francisco.* Fine
passenger elevator tunning direct to the
school rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec
essary. The public is cordially invited to call
and inspect the college in its new location.
Both day and evening schools In session the
entire summer. Cmtalogue and College Jour
nal free. G. A. Hough, President; N, G. Felker,
Vice-President; J. W. Hood. See'y. 5-4 ly
lOS ANGELES lU SIXESS COLLEGE
J AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL,
(Incorporated), 144 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the const. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches, Large, utile aud mature faculty of
instructors. Day nnd evening sessions. Terms
reasonable Call at office, or write for elegant
catalogue. E. F. SI llt A DER, President; F. \V.
KKLBEY, Vice-President, l. L. INSKEEP, Sec
retary. 9-10 ly
|>A R X KK~SI'iToOI. OF ELOCUTION AND
J Dramatic Expression. 455 s. Broadway.
C. C. Parker (late instructor in the i'ourco'i
legesat Lexington, Mo, .director. Instruction
of private pupils will begin Monday, October
Kith; els'--, pupils, Friday. October 20th. Call
or write for announcement circular. 10-8 14t
/-SASA DE~'I:OSAS," FRO FUEL
Adams, cor. Hoover St., will open all Its
department!) Tuesday, Oct. 24. For further
particulars apply to Mrs. CAROLYN M. x.
A LI JEN, SOB VV. Adams st. 9-27 tf
rFI Mi Ll' DLAM SCHOOL WILL REoj r EN
X Oct. 16th. Applications received at room
75 Potomac block on Mondays and Tuesdays
from 2 lo 5; residence, 3 ,9 Edgeware road.
10-7 I m
S< HOOL OF PHYSICAL I RAINING -OWING
lo the fire in the Stowell block Miss Alfrey
will receive pupils and applicants at 230Ja
Spring, Room 20, until further notice.
A STB IRY SHORTHAND, TY'PEWRITIMU
1\ ami Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips' block; tend for rata
logue. 10-12 12m
MRS. JI R AII D COLE'S Sf-IMMO FOR
. voice culture, 55! outh spring st.: re
ceFuioii days, Fridays, 2i05 p. m. 10-17 15t
OHORTIIANI) AND TYPEIVRmNG^BEST
O advantagea long ley INSTITUTE, Spring
and First 3-7 tf
\BSTRACT AND 'I'rri.inis^FßjfNTiFrcOM
pany of Los Angeles, northwest corner of
hianklin arid New High sts. m-17 tf
Los ANGELES" HER/ALP, SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 22, 1*93.
FOR SAtr.f—CITY I'KOPKIITY.
IJSNTLEI:, OIWAK A CO.,
JPj 213, IVwsl First street.
Very good 5-rdiom cottage, line lot close to
Grand avenue <sn Twenty-tlrst street; rtlrtJ
Oirjy 1C460 cash. 00
100x)«5 to alley on First street, nice
2 bouses; 1 5 moms, 1 7-rooma only f3<.KV
— tmm t"
Nice lot, 180x185: A houses. 4 and 6 moms
each; choice renlCug property, close to cars;
street graded and sewered. Only 1C5500. r>9
A fine invesimeiat and speculation tlwt will
bear investigation. 62 lota 2 blocks trtun car
line: eitar w-Rler. *)nlv 865 each. H'hlsisa
snap sbmulatioo as they could be s.>ld separ
ately at a big sdvanc." on easy lerms. See the
prie'es brought at auction yesterday: same
j thing can be done heie now. 74
Fine lot near corner Pearl and Eleventh
streets, 50x163. Only SCSSO. "A
Nice 6-room bouse *!lose in on Pico street;
good lot, lawn, trees, e*c. cheap al 82200. 87
Very good house 4 roams, Fourth slreetjnear
Pearl.' Very cheap; 8191™.
5-rooni house, bath, etc.. flue locution, close
in; good lot, stotte wall..front lawn, i t .-; street
graded, sewered and sidcwalked. Oily YfWO
cash, balance If2o per month; no /interest,
Only $1800. 102
5- room house close to car, Figuerfta and Pico
streets; lot 50x130; very cheap al *I<MH>.
Only 8350 cash, balance totsuit. 98,
l*t near Temple streetipowerJiousc. Only
Nices-rooin cottage on First Street, on cable;
cement walks, street graded, etc. Onl\ *2(MH»;
*3<m to 8500 cash, balance .+ 15 per luonlli.
36 acres fine alfalfa land; 15 acres coin. 3
acres pumpkins: water deeded: well. 4.r00m
house, barn, 2 pMWe, harrow. cnAiivatorrall
ready lo go to work now; only B miles below
city, and very low. Only 8&100. 319
Nice lot, Griffin avenue, 50x 150 j street grad
ed, only ftSa so
Choice lot on Eleventh street, nmuiiig
through in next street, 50x128; Wreel graded.
Very cheap, 8.590. 81
New 2-story S-room house and good lot, Hope
Street; very cheap, easy terms:,QBVBo. 101
Nice house 8 rooms, bath, 080,, close ~to car
line; choice location, good lot, barn, etc.: this
is n nice place and very cheap; only $300 cash,
Nice 6-room new cottage southwest on Elev
enth St., nicely located; a corner and a bar
gain; 82150, only $500 cash. 110
6- room 2-story house and Jarge lot, with
cheap small hotW back, near JJowney aye., E.
L. A.; only $1150. 113
Fair 7-room house, tine laWn, shrubbery, 2
fine lots worth $1510 each, close to Washing
ton st.; very best neighborhood; only $750
cash, price 88000. 119
Good 5-room hard-ilnisbed hmuse near corner
Sotello and San Fernando t ts. :<i bargain, $950;
only $250 cash. 118
4 good lots on CRstelarst.,nc;Rr.'ReUevue aye.;
only 8425 each. 129
Nice 6-room house close to corner Downey
aye. and Daly sts., E. I. A , street graded and
sidcwalked, eleanside; very cheap, only
terms to suit. 143
10 acres set solid to p-rencli prunes, 3 years
old, at Burbank; very cheap, only $2WO.' 148
A s-ery fine cottage on Bonsallo aye.; lovely
place and neighborhood; coime and see this.
| $3500. 313
4- mom hard-finished house, good lot, near
ear line: only $100 cash, balance $10 per
month; price $800. 314
A very fine home on hilt, close to electric
line and on good prominent corners 5 rooms,
reception hall, bath, closets, chinacrosets built
In house; double parlors, maiutle, inside blinds,
large plaza, stone walks, etc., barn; very
cheap, $2500. 320 '
Nice 5-room house, bath, close to corner of
Pearl st.; lot 50x110; very-cheap at $12u0.
Nice stock general merchandise, doing fine
business and low rent: inVoioe 84000: will sell
for $3500 and take a good lot for $1000; come
and see this: close in to center of city. 280
A magnificent business opening in heart of
city With position which pays $-5 per week
I and 16 to 18 tier cent on entire Investment:
price $9250, half good real estate; come and
ENTLER. OBEAR & CO..
213 IV. First St.
§V JOHN H. COKE,
4 Bryson Block,
inn ft. E. First, income $20,000
70 ft. San Pedro, income 10,000
40 ft E. First, income 22,000
25 ft. E. First, income 6,000
30 fi. S. Broadway, income 700
70 ft. S. Broadway, income. 600
40 ft. S. Broadway, income 659
38 ft. S. Broadway, income 725
60 ft. S, Broadway, income 225
61 ft. S. Broadway, income 225
50 ft. S. Broadway, income 175
50 ft. N. Broadway, income 300
66 ft. N. Broadway, income 400
60 ft. N. Broadway, income 150
30 ft. S. Hill, income 200
n large list of
business and residence property
in every quarter of the city.
i-ist your property with
JOHN 11. COKE.
4 Bryson Block.
City Property a Specially. 10-22 21
I -'OR SALE—FOR CASH OR INSTALMENTS
very cheap, 3-rooni house on New Jersey
5- room house on Kearney St., near Beyle
40-roOtn Rouse, suitable for cheap hoarding
house or laundry, elosein.
4-room house, bath, porches, flowers, 251 N.
Good lot on E. First, $175.
JOHN P. P. PECK.
10 22 2t 242 S. Broadway, loom 9.
J-SOR SALE OR kxCII FOR~LOS AN
geles ell) property.2B acres ol excellent fruit
land, 18 miles east, in peaches, prunes and
berries; 111 irrigation district.
160 acres in Antelope valley; had heavy
crop ol w heat this year,
sot) acres in Pecos county, Texas, at $2 per
ISO acres In San Diego cotintv, with some Im
provements, $850. JOHN P. P. PECK.
10-22 2t 242 S. Broadway, room 9.
FlgUCroa, near Adams, K> rooms, $7500.
Grand avenue, near Thirtieth, io rooms,
Han tee, near Washington, 8 rooms, $2500.
santee, near Washington, 5 mums, $1500.
West Ninth, near Pearl, 6 rooms, $2000.
West Seventeenth Htreet, near Kigueroa, 7
10-22-11 G. C. EDWARDS, 230 VV, First st.
rrsoß sXle~finlshed yesterday, on
V Firit street at end of cable road, a neat
store building 16x20, with dwelling of four
rooms in rear; hundreds arrive and leave by
cable at this point dally; Just the place for
grocery, confectionery,cigars, etc.; special bar
gain for this week. $1400. JOHN P. P. PECK,
room 9, 242 S. Broadway. 10-22 2t
JiOR SALIC—SPECIAL BARGAINS HOUSE
of 6 rooms, lawn, hedge, etc.. at Boyle
Heights, on Gleason avenue, $1550. New
house of 5 rooms, all modem improvements,
on First streel, $ !700. Lot on First street,
only one block from the power house, $650.
F. A.HUTCHINSON. 213 West First street.
Is OR SALE -SNAP; $15,000 CHOICE Rl'Sl
tit-Hs cot tier,*wlth Sinai! building, present
income about $lti()0, when improved will net
15 to 20 per cent on inveslnient; best bargain,
offered; must sell. JOHN 1 ■ L. PAVKOVIcH,
298 West First. 10-22-21
\ >^J|[£s_^*J^ ,c - Ol ' , 's" »*«OPEBTIr.
| Yt'IGMoRE & O'BRIEN,
if] 231 West First street
We have Customers to Rent Houses.
VI Cheap Lots on W. Pico st
on the Installment Plan.
a J . Money to loan. IT
BALE Aett) EXCHANGE—
I 821(H) tl-room collage, choice location;
lawn, fruit, flower*, etc., in Pasadena,
, 8lsi(H) s, wft room cottage on Twenty-fifth
I street, a bargain.
s i #1350 New 4-room cottage on installments.
. [ #500—New 4-room cottage on Bonnie Brae
i #350 Good lot near Second street electric
i I "h''. i hean.
I 5..»59 -Fine lot on IVenty-fifth street near
i Main, a bargain.
. ) $350—cod lot on F'oiirteenth street near
: San Pedro.
#S5() tiood lot on Georgia Belle.
| Good S-aere orange grove in Rcilhinds; fine
' situjktton, close kb postofflce. good house, nice
j home place. In exchange lor Los Apjreles prop
. J 20acres oranges and lemons lv Redlands for
\ city_ properly.
25 acres orange ami lemon land in Colton in
' I exchange for cltv property.
BTREETER .c SIIARPI.ESS,
, | 10-22-tl 119 South Broadway.
febß SALE—AM ELEGANT "HOME. CON-
V sliding of a lot 5Ux200, on clean side, with
frail, shade and ornamental trees, shrubs, ber
' rles, 75-..srietics of flowers, with highly dceo
rated cottage ot five rooms and screen porch
and outbuildings, within one block of electric
; I cars price, 8175(1.
; . \\'iuiu d— lii exchange for fruit bearing prop
erty i<- ulcndale, houses and lots, #2<K»() to
j $;tiHK) valuation.
I I For Sale—Three-room hard finished collage
i ! and lot, $100; #100ca-*h, balance monthly.
Four-room bouse and lot, within 50 yards of
; new electric cars; price, ftioo.i; a snap.
DEAN, GILBERT & «'().,
10 21 31 '.37 West First st.
FOR SAI.F~BARG.MNS THE FINEST COR
ner East Seventh near Main at $09 a front
45x150 to alley; Main near Sixth at $1(19 a
The finest corner On Main near postofflce; a
33x84 on F'asl Fifth street near Main will)
good collage, #2MM).
A fine corher East Eighth, 90x120, close to
main, very cheap. G. C. EDWARDS,
19-i2-tl 230 West First.
$~77K/>.-AN ELEGANT 10-ROOM"^HOUSE
I soutliwest, close lo cable line; loca
tion one of the 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 227 W. Second st
JT $1100—527 Gladys aye., 5 rooms; rents
for 13 per cent interest.
#1509 —225 N, Griffin aye., 5 rooms; easy
83000-9-room house, Thirtieth st.
K. S. FIELD,
10-8 tf 139 So. Broadway.
1?>OR S.VLE—CITY AND COUNTY' PROP
erty to please any purchaser; good homes
for $IuOO and upwards; fine city lots in good
local ion, $150 to most any price: terms easy.
CHARLES C. LAMB, 213 VV. First street.
CASH, BALANCE ON TIME. BUYS A
epiUxJ house of 4 rooms, hard finished, hot
and cold water, bath; lot 40x129 to alley:
street graded, sewers put in, cement walks,
good garden. HENRY J. STANLEY, 212 south
Broadway, next to City Hall. 10-20tf
],M)R S A LE —Wll Y~i'A~Y RENT' 1 BUILD BE
fore lumber goes up. You can get a 5-room
cottage, nicely papered and finish-d, for $099.
See plans at HENRY J. STANLEY'S,
242 S. Broadway.
Next City hall. 10-17 lmo
I r 0R ~SALE — CHOICE SPRING-STREET
1 property, improved, close in: renting for
big interest on price asked. A bargain.
BARNES .v. BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 YV. Second st.
I~OR BARGAINS IN ALL KINDS OF REAL
. estate come to our new office. We want
money to loan, houses to rent, and want you to
list your bargains with us. CRAWFORD &
LockllA RT, -M 5 S. Broadway. IC-13 tf
■pOR SALE ANGELES, S. WORlf
; F man si., S-room house: large lot; only
#17(10; terms, $150 cash, balances2o monthly,
i TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broadway.
| -MIR ~SAI~ -OR Wol r LD~ EXCH ANG K5
-i X room cottage near the University for cot
i tuge near Washington gardens. THOMAS
LLOYD, corner Thirty-seveiith aud Wesley
avenue, University. 10-22-lt
T7<ORSALE-Sl3OO EACH 2 5-ROOM COT
r tnges on Forrester avenue, near electric
car line; monthly payments. BARNES A
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
tjUM, 9-ROOM house!
1 tlrst-class condition, on University electric
eRr line; for sale by owner. Inquige at rooms
j 4 and 5, New Wilson block. 8-3 tf
I Tv)R _ BALE—#I3OO - EA('H, 2 5-ROOM COT
' I tagea on Forrester avenue, near electric
I ear line; monthly payments. BARNES &
, BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
j ~V)P. SALE BY OWNER-MODERN 9-IU)OM
L bouse on Unlverslly electric car line; ele
t gant home at a bargain; with or without fur
! nlture. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson
I block. 9-24 tf
trio R — BALE—BY OH^ER7"7-ROOMTIOUSE
I I hard-linisbed, papered, bath, closets, etc.;
close in; half a block from Firsl-sireet cars,
I 138 Toluea street: $2190; a bargain. 19-21 ft
I-SOR SALE GOOD 5-ROOM CO'I "I'AGE ON
. the hilis, Bonnie Brßcstrccl, half block from
! electric ears, $959 easli if taken within ten
I days. FLOURNOY, 128 BrOAdway, iO-22-lt
FOR " SALE—SNA P, 81000—HOUSE NINE
rooms, bard finished, newly papered Riid
I painted; best bargain ever offered. JOHN L.
PAVKOVICH, 20S West First. 1021 3t
I v- | Al IA~FOHTs.VLE—NEW' 5-ROOM HOUSE
»P l-rtl" on Victoria street; monthly pay
ments $15. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
! Second st. 7-21 tf
}' JIOH SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOB
' sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN <t CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st.
rVo r~ sale—snAP, #850—tw7~ iTrrs - ON
r Bryan: avenue and Hoover. JOHN L.
PAVKOVICH, 208 West First. 19 21 3t
i ~Tb f~r!i~-6arwßLL located lots on
! r installment plan. K. p. CULLEN & CO..
L' 37 West First st. 10-1 tf
OEI-'mEAGHER ,t JAY FOR BARGAINS~TN
real estate. 101 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
IWl^rTy - 0F~ALL KINDS SOLD AND
exchanged. B. WHITE, 221 W. First st.
TAY E, HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LA\v!
t) Hryson-Bonebrake block. Telephone 525.
: Practices in all the courls, state and federal.
(100DRICH, LAW YER, 124 DEARBORN
.• street, Chicago, 111.: 29years' exporiBnoo|
f.ecreey; special facilities In several slides.
Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states, In
press. 11-t tf
I.NSaTkER A GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
rooms 103 and 104, Philips block, corner
i Spring and Frankliu streets. Telephone lliio.
! • 7-0 tf
'13 J. Ti~ OCX, ATTORNEY ; SPECIAL AT
i IV tcuiion given to the seltlemertt of estates.
115 West First St. 4-11 tl
DX "'TRASK, ATTORNEY A"? LAW, FUIr
• ion block, 207 New High ftreet, Los An
geles. 1-10 tf
\\ T .M. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Tv room 3, Allen block, Temple and spring
streets. 2-21 If
T OS OF MUSH
j and Arts, Open all the year. Mlts. EMILY
I J. VALENTINE, president. Y. M. C. A. building,
Broadway and Second streets. 8-14 ly
■tf V. MI'SSO'S OttCHESTRA—FIRST-CLASS
I\ » muslc furnished for all occasions. Office
J. B. BROWN'S MUSIC STORE, 111 N. Spring
tjanJo hyMiss~M."i':. ast'bur y _ ;~.V and h
J ) shihged taught. Sludioftl; take elevator
by People's store, Phillips block. 11-12 ly
"a" W'ii.LHARTITZ. MUSIC KTf/DIO, ROOM
l\t A, Crocker building, 918 8. Broadway.
: — ——■ — . —— —
DR. TOURILLOK, FRENCH VETERINARY
surgeon—has the medal and is a member
of the Society of Univer.sal Science W! u take
charge of all operaiions. Colls and other ani
mals gelded. Cure guaranteed of diseases of
Ihe mos! aggravated nature. Moderate charges.
Office, Sentous block, room 0, Los Angeles.
Mme. 'Tourlllon de (Tercq, having received
ihe highest certificate iron, the Acrtderuie de
Paris, and speaking English unci German,
gives French lessons in conversation, gram
mar, IlleTalnre, etc. SentOUS block, moms 9 i
and 8. Telephone No 1128. 8-27 wed-sua
FOR HAI.IC-COCNrKY rltOrKKl Y.
X" A MS?ROuX* "
i\ , BWt West Scvoud street.
The largest oml best business block in the
chief city In a live central slate tor exchange
for I.os i ugelea city or country property.
10 acres set to 5-year-old budded Washington
navel oranges; plenty of water piped all uvei
the place; half-mile I'rom station; price $2500;
ill). IU acres one mile north ot Rlalto, ft acres
in H-yeartml VYaaliiugioii navel oraiigvs, 5
■ acres in 2 year-old Mediterranean sweet-. 5
acres in late Valenvlas, 2 years old, all bud
ded; 7ft budded lemons,' 2-room bouse, 20
shares of water in a good company. Price
ifiiooo, if loot) cash win scoure It.
City dwellings, Installment plan, business
property, vacant and improved, lor sale al
; figures that w ill Interest you.
50x152'., feet north side of West Tweii'v
fourth street; good 5-room house; all modern
conveniences; elegant little home. I'riee
. I *2aftO; 81S50 cash, balance 3 years. 10-22 11
| T?OR BaXb $2M)!09 i; OR A .\iTIT~i)K (II -
j 1 ards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruit
I orchards, olive orchards, dalrv or farm
; ranches, n MO city residences, hotels, lodging
i | houses, grocery stores hardware business,
i fruit stands, cigar stands, meat markets sa-
I loons, bskerles, restaurants, and all kinds of
j mercantile business; prices from #101) 10
| #250,000: we nellher advertise nortrv to sell
anything that will not stand the strictest in-
I vcstlguiloh, NOLAN <fc SMITH, 228 \V. Sec
ond st. 10-18 tf
i tttiftft—FQk •ALB., HOMESTEAD REM X
! quishmcnl ol Hit) acres, within \
I mile of station on Southern Pacific railroad, In
this county; about Of) acres uniler cultivation;
I land all cleared aud first-class small bouse and
] other Improvements; price $ilt)0: will ex
change lor properly in the eitv.
NOLAN ill SMITH,
10-18 tf 228 W. Second st
j pojt. SALE SOME T'ERY "CHOICE ALFAL
| a fa ranches, at a great bargain: relinquish'
: inent on 100 acres of land, 5-room house, 35
acres In cultivation, 9 head of cattle, hiee ov
■ chard, poultry house, A miles from railroad, 3
j roihl springs of Water, price $550. Furniture
and lease of 10-mnui house, close in. for sale
cheap. J. \v. FOSTER, 2.17 W. First struct.
X 10-22 2t
| I "'OR SALE—A ' FEW VERY CHOICE GOV-
A eminent ami school land locations for
sale cheap; or would take part pay in other
A few choice lots on Seventeenth and Elgh
. tccnth sts., west of Figucroa; $otK> io $IH)il.
J, K. MCI.KEY,
8-2! if lUP W. Eighteenth or aiaw. First st,
yon sai.e-W.Yp7 B«2(k\ 51 AciiTfs
J; choice land; 20 acres in w inter apples and
pears, all in full hearing: B-room house, large
ham, stable, windmill, tank; water piped; ar
tesian belt, no alkali, 10 miles from city; re
member must be sold within 30 days; JOHN
L. PAVKOVICH, 208 A, First. 10-22 3t
iriOß SALE—I7O ACRES FINE ORAXHK,
_T vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vache winery at Brookslde, near Redlands;
this is Ihe very choicest land in that neighbor
hood in the market; all or part; price $12,5110,
terms easy. For particulars see A. C. UOLBH,
147 S. Broadway. 8-30 tf
LOR MONICA PROPERTY;
I line new modem house, choice lot; price,
#1500: easy payments. Have other good lots.
Will build to suit customers. Robert V.
JONES, Bank of Santa Monica, Sanin Monica,
Cal. 10-20 lin
IT* OR SALE—HOG AXl> DAIRY RANCH,
J 1 3(1 acres, $2400; can be made to pay for
itself In three years; see sample of corn at our
office; safest and best paying property to buy;
corn, alfalfa and hogs can not l>e over-pro
duced; FLOURNOY, 128 Broadway. 10-82 It
tiki • X—FORK —FOR SALE—IOO ACRES AS FIXIFTi7
falfa land as there is in the county.
This is a forced sale and can be had within the
next few days for $115 per acre, NOLAN .v,
SMITH, 228 West Second streel. 10-18 tf
(^(jejn—EASY TER >fs~-~2-A CB E RANCH
Bjs«/UU near city limits, Improved, great bar
gain. HENRY' J. STANLEY, 242 a Broadway,
next city hall. 10-62 tf
IWrTsA LE—2O ACRES NEAR CAH CENG A
Pass, with good water right; A 75 per acre;
bargain. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Rroad
way. 10-1 tf
I?io1»sTlE— A NO. I aTFALFA LAND W IITI
' water, only #100 per acre; near city. TAY
LOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 10-1 tf
IriOß sale-list your pr6perty"~for
' sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN i CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First St.
I r 0R SALE—S ACRES CHOICE LAND NEAR
the city. J. S. VAN DOREX,
10-4 If 394 W. First St.
I7IOR SALE—CHOICE NURSERY STOCK;
milling, city and country property.
Particular attention paid to patents of all
kinds. Choice propertj In Azusa valley. Cor
W. M. STOVER,
Real Kstaie and Mining Flxchangc,
10-1 tf 227 W. First st.
}7<OR SALE-MINING OUTFIT, CHEAP FOR
' 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
I "'OR SALE—CHEAP SLATE FROM LEHIGH
V county, Pennsylvania, punched and
trimmed. Apply, I. R. DUNKEI.BERGER, 195
North Broadway. 10-29 3t
PER CENT REAL EsTFaT'E
X securities, slrongiv bucked and guaran
teed. JOHN P. P. PECK, 242 s. Broadway,
room 9. 10-22 21
1710R SALE— i'PRIGHT MASON .v, HAMLIN
or Sterling piano, almost new. Either a
bargain. 284 W. Eighteenth St. 10-22 81
TpOR SALE—VgRY "CHEAP, THOROUQH-
I bred registered mastiff pups al 1017 s.
Main st. 10-4 lm
For sTle -small Mark, buggy or
saddle, #25. 1708 St. John st. 10-21 2t
PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
io suit nt this office,^
OTARTLINO REVELATION ' I'llKF. I ESTI
0 Fleetest! To all those desiring a sitting:
Mine, de I'limor, who has jual arrived from the
east, has laken parlors at the Hollcbbcok hotel,
rooms 10 and 11, for the reception of Ihe gen
eral public, where ludies and gfilticmOn can
consult, this gifted medium on ally kind of
business. When you cull on Mine, dc Camor,
although you are a perfect stranger to her, sho
will call you by your name and tell you the
object of your visit, without you saying a word
loiter, nnd-glvc you Infornislioit on all your
affairs lo your entire satisfaction. Mine, de
Camor wishes it understood that she never
takes money In advance. If she don't give
you the information you w ant, she won't, un
der any circumstances, lake any money lrotn
volt. The worst skeptics in the world have
been astonished by her wonderful powers, as
an Inducement and to show her sincerity
that she can do what she claims, sho will for
one week give sittings lo gentlemen for $2 and
ladles for $1. Bear in mind these prices are
for one week only. Hours from 10 a. in. to S
p. m.; Snndnys, from 19 a. m. to 4p. m. To
those living in the country that cannot call on
her in person. If they will inclose stamped, ad
dressed envelope, lock of hair and fees, she
w ill by return mall give them Information
about their affairs. All business strictly pri
vate and confidential. N. B.—Mine, do Cainor
w ill receive visitors from and niter Monday,
c iciober 23d, and not before. 10-21 lmo
MADAME NORM AND! cEuRTOYANt"
has returned; advice on business, love,
give luck in speculation, lottery, make lucky
charms, to not marry, or start any business In
your unlucky days, teach fortune, 355?-$ S.
Spring, room 8. 10-15 lm
M- rs. aTtken—one ofs"an~fraNc 1-i ir?
most reliable mediums, will give sittings
and tests daily for a short time at tbe Colum
bia, 012 S. Broadway, between Sixth and
Seventh streets, rooms 19 and 21); skeptics In
vited. 10-20 71
f1 LA IRVOYANT AND LIFE- Ii E All I N G~M E-
Vydluin; consultations on business, remov
als, innrriage, disease, lawsuits, love, mineral
locations, etc.; 452 S. Main st. MUS. PARKER.
M~ Hid). A. KIMBALL, BUSINESS, TEST
and trance medium, southwest corner
Twenty-third street and Grand aye. 19 Ilm
KATE LAMPMAN. Sittings dsilv; 324
South Broadway. 10-20 2t
DR. HT EPI I FINS -- MA GNE TI C HEALEr'aND
Medical Electrician, for the cure of all
diseases. Office hours f) till 5; correspondence
by mail. 230j£ S. Spring street, Los Angeles,
Cal. 10-8 lmo
MRsTfiSi J. H. SMplil, SPECIALTY, MID
. wlfery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bollevue avenue. (;alls prompily
Rttended to. Telephone 1110. 0-8 tf
f,s BLAKESLF.E," M. D., >;YE AND EAR.
1 >. Laic of Illinois Eye and i;»r inllrmuiy
and Chicago Opthalmie College. Office, 242! i
S. Broadway. 9-2 If
M" lisTdr. w'ells--ol'TlcFl\lier brick
block, 127 E. Third st. Specialty, diseases
OUHOOL OF DRESSMAKING, CUTTING AND
O fitting; patterns cut; French.tailor system;
suits majrs from #5 to #10. 309 South Broad
i »>i HKVMASinBk
#12,00i)-New 5-room hou«e, lot 45x185,
close In, on corner Second and Flower; 2 lots
adjoining; a good piece of business property,
28x200; also good corner. OOxGir,. close 111,
' W ill cvahangc any or all t>i the above for good
i prospective business property and pay #4001)
#3oCO V nne, large corner lot on Grand
avenue, 00x150, hear Adiihissnecl, all sel to
I orange trees! Una!! house suitable for born,
j Will Take lots ns purl pavmelit, on Ball Ice st.
1 preferred. 1142
MMO - a fine place near Aeusa, conslsilng ol
lS'j acres, all set to trees; 12 acres In oranges
and lemons, balance deciduous fruil; good
I house anil barn altd Water right. Want Hie
-1 sour! or KattsfMt property at cash valuation.
#2000 20 acre- In tho iAtikcrshlm, all good,
icvclhiud; ne wash; house, barn, well, wind
mill ami lank; horse, harness, cart: 5 acres In
spuds; very line Dull land. Will exchange
foretty properly and assume. 1i39
810,800 4 houses and other good property,
some business, for alfalfa farm south of ritv.
Will trade part or all, and will assume some.
$1500 u-rooiu house in E. Los AiigolSs con
venient to cars; large 101, 00x105. Wants
ranch and will assume. . 1130
$7000-Worlh ol good properly to exchange
for eastern property. What hive you? 1132
ENTLER, OBEAB A DO.,
J It 213 W. First 11,
I #10,000-11 sere* on East Jefferson street.
I 000 feet east from Central avenue electric
I cars; apples, pears, peseh.es, oranges, »hn bcr
I rles; 4-room house, barn, well, windmill and
• nnk fruit from 1 to 10 years old: on East
Main zaujii. Ytanl houses or good lodging
house properly In city, j 1t44
#12,(Ka»-5 collages, 5 and 0 rooms, In best
! part of city, near electric cars; rent $5Tt pcl 1
month. lYaiil foot hill ranch. 114;>
84000—6-room house, bath and all conveni
ences; well, windmill, etc., barn; 4 lots, all in
fruit. Want line house, close in; will par or
assume #2500. ill!
$8000-40 acres V mile sonlh of Comptnn;
25 acres in alfalfa; flowing well, etc.; house,
barns, clc,; rents fur Boo per year. For city
1000 acres of wheat land for rent or sale, or
j would exchange for city properly in pans to
still; only 850 per acre. ENTLER, OIiEAR iV.
( 0., 213 West First street. 1153 10-22-lt
I EXi'll ANGE-2', ACRES OF LAND
I F unimproved, for city resilience; 5 acres
| unproved within 2 miles of city, half cash, bal
ance In trade; 40 acres 12 miles from city,
[ mostly in alfnlf-, for city propertj-, Improved
orolhcrwise: sOnereslß miles front city, one
hall improved, good (lowing well, would ex
change for drug slorc. CHARLES C. LAMB,
213 \Y. First si. , 1(>-1!> It
©T<U]i7i^ 7 0!: EXCHANGE—A VERY FINE
io-acre orange orchard at Pomona.
Price, $40'i(l. Clear of Ineumliratiee. Will
exchange lor good house and lot In the city
snd assume some It neeessarv. NOLAN &
SMITH, 28s West second street. 10-18 tf
ftlfi iWr—EXCHANGE A BRICK
flp lO,' 'yilt business block, centrally located
In Ibis cily and valued at $1S,0(K1; will lake
In exchange any good acreage worlh Ihe
money. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 Wesl Second
street. . 10-18 tf
ITiOR E"X(' HANGE —~HANDSOME Y OVHQ
1 lemon and orange orchard of 20 acres,
w itli good buildings, near Redlands, for eliy
properly or business equity: $4000.
J. 8. VAN DOREN,
10-4 It 304 W. First SU
tTIOR kXcHANGB—CHOIOB PROpIRtY ON
I Figueroa street im acre) for Improved
country property. FLOURNOY, 128 Broad-
Wlly. 10-22 11
I".IOR~RENT— A 2-BTORY HOUSE?I4 ROOMfs
* balh, hot and cold water, stationary wash
stands, marble mantels. Garvaiua waier; alt -
uated on Downey avenue: rent $.10, Including
water; apiily to 1025 Downey avenue.
10-80 7t .
"jrjsOß RENT—B-ROOM Hoi'sE, 380 8. OLIVE
J; st.; just been put In Itrst-elass condition;
newly papered, pnlnted etc. BARNES ,t
bARNEf*, 827 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
ffoß RENT— A NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE;
r lawn; close in; 5248. Pearl st. Inquire 014
Montreal st. 10-2 i 21
HOUSE, MATH ROOM,
1 wash stand. S3S South Grand avenue. 11
tjSOR RENT-ROOMS EnTsCITE OR SINGLE
1 With fjrst-oiasl board in elegantly fur
nished home, with large yard and flowers; also
use of piano; every i.nniiort to he found In a
modern home. Mi'.s'w. M. XI.ING, 834 W.
Washington at. T 10-19 thur sat 2t
"|7!OR "RENT—4 R()I»SIS~T*I'irNISH EIT fTiR
P housekeeping: vcrjrclose In: ground floor;
no chiidren. Inquire Yl IW. F'iftli street.
T7IRNISHED ROOMS —NICE FURNISHED
X rooms lo let fiom #1.59 per mouth up at
Calumet Hotel, East Third sireet, opposite
Oinarav., and also rooms for housekeeping.
_ 111 HI I m
■jnoTt rknt-skveßaiT sunny rooms,
1 newly rantishedl also, choice suite for
light housekeeping; ten minutes' walk from
F'lrst and Spring. Call at 415 Crescent aye.
io 2i at
RENT-EXCELLENT SUNNY jtOQMs!
with bay windows, single or en suite, three
blocks from court house; rent low; cheap un
furnished moms. 525 Sand st. 19-4 lin
}s oIt RENT—StINNY"FRONT ROOM'rTnTiiK
lyfnrntsliea for adults; light housekeep
ing, balh and ens. Apply at I !.'»' .S. Si>ring.
ITiOR IfENT — PLEABANT BUNNY 7 "FitfiNT
1 room, with gas, In private family. 843
South Broadway. 19-22-1 f
TTiOR rYnT - PLeTm.VNT FUKNtsTIEi)
X I rooms, 1010 8. Hope si. 10-21 St
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AT THE
Parker, 429 West Fourth st. 10-18 lm
11 ' " ' ■ '■ 1 ■■ ■ ' ' ntn
ROOMS AND ItOAlttl.
''i 1938 ilriind aye. 10---2-3 I
•pifIISONAL -COFFEE, FRESH ROASTED ON
J our giant coffee roasler. Java und Mocha,
35c lb; mountain coffee, 35c; gcrnica, 29c;
rolled rye, I9c; 4 lbs ric0.250; 0 lbs rolled
w heat, 25c: 8 lbs corn meal, 15e: 15 lbs gran
ulated sugar, $1; 10 lbs beans, 25c; can toma
toes or corn, 10c; 3 cans corned beef, 2Te; can
baked bdans, 10c; box maccaroni, use; extract
beef, 25c; 4 burs Dinmore's soap, se: can coot
oil, 80n; 3 lbs lard, 30c; pork, 14C,e; ba
con, lOlkc; picnic haras, 12'ie. ECONOMIC
STORES, 395 S. Hpriflg st. 7- tf
A" _ GENTB-^SO"Tb~»"iob A WEEK—LADIES
or gents. Bestseller known. Needed at
every house, place of business or farm the year
round. "Home" Electric Motor runs light
machinery. Cheapest power on earth. Con
nected instantly to wash or sewing machine,
corn shelter, pumps, fans, lathes, jewelers'or
dentists' machinery, etc. Clean, noiseless,
liists a lifetime. No experience needed. To
show in operation means v sale. Guaranteed.
Profits immense. Circulars free. W. P. IIAR.
RIBON & CO., Clerk No. 13, Columbus, 0.
8-27 sun 121
ERSONAL-RETURNEI)— MM X SIMMONB
tho greatest eliilrvoyiint nnd magnolia
healer In Ihe United Stales, brings the separ
ated together, gives luck in business never
known io lull: also the best alcohol and mag
netic rubbings, health Invlgornting and bene
ficial; also face massage for beautifying Ihe
complexion; 230' i S. Spring. 10 2-7t
ERSONAL — RALPH BROS.—GOLD BAR
Hour, #1.09; city flour, 80u; granulated
sugar, 15 lbs *1; brown sugar, 29 lbs 81; (i lbs
rolled oats, 25c; sardines, 5 boxes 25c; table
fruit, 3 cans 50c; Midland coffe, 29e lb; east
ern oil, 89c; gasoline, 800 l 2-11, can corned
heel. 1801 lard, 19 lbs, 95c; 3 lbs, 50c. 091
South Spring street, corner Sixth.
A" ~TTEX ; iION LADIES! "-"EMMA" BUST DE
veloper will enlarge your bust 5 inches;
guaranteed. Sealed instructions 2c, or 24-page
illustated catalngite Oc, by mail. Emma Toilet
Bazar, Boston, Mass. 10-8 13t suns
\l A Rlt 1101 i LAI'I FS' SAFEGUARD; PAT
iVJ. ented; nomedicinej no equal; money re
funded if got satisfactory. Send 10 cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City, Mo.
f)EßS<)nAli— WANTED 7 BY LADY)"THE AS-
I slslnnco ol middle-aged getilhunau of
means; address A, box 30, Herald office.
19 22 It
M~ ATRIMONIAiTbITrEAU 1 LOSE STA.M P
lor particulars lo JOHN JACKSON,
Sp_rlng si., Los Angel.i 'el. 18-18 7t
UYKKB ANI» PlWiSHKits'
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 241
Franklin st.: fine riveing and cleaning.
I)AII!SI \N PYF. WORKS727S SOUTH MAIN
1 sircet, ber;l .jyeing 111 ! lie cily. 1- 3 tf.
PAIKNI'S, COCYHKiHIs, UVVt
H AZARD & TOT NSEND, ROOM?] DOWNEY
. block. Tel. 847, Los Angeles. l'l-Ok-vl ,
There is in tho Irish villaoront Chicago
a stone which Lmly Aberdeen said was*
genuine Mid historical afticlofroin Blar
ney. In this belief it has been kissed by
tens of thousand* of visitors, but it now
j turns out that the Countess ol Aberdeen
| was uiirduken. Sir George Colthurst,
i on whoso estate tho Blarney stor.o lies,
threatened Lady Abenle.!H with nn ac
tion for libel for assorting that thestona
at Chicago was the genuine article.
Whether thoro was any ground for a
libel action may be doubted, but Lady
Aberdeen h;i<l, of course, no desire to
maintain in tlie face of a jwsitivo state
ment to the contrary that the stone at
Chicago wn» the genuine article. She
haa accordingly agreed to withdraw the
I statement and publicly Intimate this in
j the United States.
The truth is that though the Blarney
stone is not at Chicago there is a stone
from Blarney in the Irish village at tbe
j exhibition. The real Blarney stone
| would not bear transportation to Amer-
I ica, but in this ense probably one stone
I from Blarney lo 83 ;:ood as another.—
! Bradford Ow*iVeT.
I African Raplerer* Flghtlugt Dutls.
There sec?: c. rule, to be no lore
I lost anion;! r::;ilorcra. Lately we had
I tho affair bi I. v n two officers in west
j Africa, one i f whom lost his life by
! some myatf i '»•".•• nieniw which the Sen
-1 egal authorities nl'o endeavoring to elu
cidate. Now, tv.-o gctttleinen who were
connected with tho Sinistra exploration
pattar ou tho Atlantic side of the dark
contimii! liny.; been quarreling over
their rights In Ilia matter of tho pnblica
j HOD of ■ "■■ ■'»" notes, plans and photo
These liVttle, MM. Brunache and de
I ItftVa had two duels with one
another within a week. They first met
a few* day* since on the Grande Jatte
island and had a pistol encounter with
out any serious result. They afterward
selected rapiers, and after a brisk bout
both were wounded, M. de Behagle in
the forehead, his opponent in the right
little finger.—London Telegraph.
Opium a Necessity In India.
A memorial has been issued by the
British Indian Native association em
phatically protesting against the ap
pointment of the opium conimission,
■which, it declares, is merely the out
come of a snatch vote of misguided phi
lanthropists. Tho memorial affirms that
the use of opium is universal in India,
that tho drug is an nbrjolute necessity
aud not a luxury, and that its prohibi
tion would inflict the greatest hardship
upon the population and would cause
widespread discontent, The prohibition,
it is further contended, would not affect
the use of opium in China and would re
sult in increased taxation aud a budget
deficit which would amount to more
than the country could bear.—London
Three Bears at One Shot.
Mr. T. E. Spotswoodof Fairford, Ala.,
was in the city yesterday and told a
story of a remarkable shot made by Wil
lie Situs a few days ago, at which he
killed three bears at once. Re stated
that Sims was in a canoe fishing in Clear
Water creek, when his attention Was
drawn to three bears—a mother and two
cubs—standing on the bank at tho edge
of the water slaking their thirst. Mr.
Sims raised his gun, and aa the smoke
cleared away he saw a body lying down.
Assured he had killed the old bear, he
paddled ovp? to that side of the lake, and
when he came to the bank waa aston
ished to find ho had bagged all three.—
A Royal Plaything.
A miniature fortress, which cost near
ly 600,000 marks, has just been erected
on the private grounds of the new pal
ace at Potsdam for the use of the Ger
man crown prince and his brothers,
whose military education is shortly to
be commenced. This fortress is a pres
ent to Emperor William from Herr
Krupp of Essen and has been construct
ed on novel principles, Which are to be
kept secret. All projections rising short
of the level of the walls hate been avoid
ed, but at a given signal a number of
rotary armored turrets rise suddenly,
and having fired their guns instanta
neously disappear.—Potsdam Letter.
Scotland's Mole Plague.
The mole plague in the southern coun
ties of Scotland, which for a time proved
a terrible scourge to farmers, hue now
all but disappeared. This is duo to the
fact that owls were preserved by the
ftnekMpWM and became extraordinarily
miles' Nerve and Liver Pills
Act on a now principle—rogu'.-cing the live.-,
stomach and bowels throunh the nerve*. A Itew
discovery. ))r, Mile' pills tp«ed!ly cure bi •
Umili".St, bud lister, torpid liv-r, pile', mil
patlnn. Uii-jqualed for Men. worno i <ud chil
dren. Smallest, ml dost, "ureal. Fifty dotal
25 nenis, iHainploe he. c. It, llauee, 177
PR(DHXu~In this city, Oct. 21, 1893,' w' v.
l'ridhara, aged 0:1 years.
Funeral on Monday, Oct. 33d, at 3 o'oiocic p.
m,, from the residence ol If. i. 8. erald, Flist
street, noar Magnolia avenue,
MOMMY TO I.OAN.
I-JACIFIC LOAN COMPANY
Loans money In aiiy.alnnuiils on all
kinds of collateral security, dia
monds, Jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, ele. Also on pianos. Iron ftud
steel safes, and prolessloiial libra
ries, without removal; anil ontUl'-
Itlttiro In lodging, boarding horses
and hotels, without removal. Par
tial payments received. Money
quiok. Business coulldonliaf. un
vote olllee for ladies.
W, E, DEGROOT, Manager,
e-20 1 y Rooms 2, 3it 4, 114 H. springs!.
OMF.V WANTED OT ifOU HAVF. MOrtfci*
lying Idle, notify us and wo w ill get you
good interest and good security for it—free of
charge to you. ]. £ J. C. FLOURNOY, Real
Estate and Financial Agents, 128 Broadway.
HAVING MONEY TO LOAN IN
I sums of from #100 lo #100,000 at reasona
ble i resl can leafil of iirsl-elass loans on im
proved and unimproved ranch property by
addressing Box 318, Ontario, Cal. 10-15 31 cod
ONLY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS. JEWEL
fy, watches, pianos, sealskins, livestock,
carriages, bicycles and ali kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS..
8-18 ly 402 B. Spring St.
JF~YOU WISH TO LOAN - Olt BORROW
1 money, call on J. ,fc J. C. FLOURNOY, Real
Estate and Financial Agents, 13(1 Broadway.
All bilHiiicssstnetly ■■oplideiitial. 10-1 11
. lit 111 IBICI'S.
BUROESB J. ItKEVK. ARCH
lished for the lastlOyeais In Los Angelea.
Rooms 7 and 8, second floor, Workman block,
Spring st., between Second and Thlkd. 1-26 ly
ft H. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 182 8. BBQAfi"
CIONRAD BCHTRER, GRANITE, BITUMIR
i otts and asphalt raving; 227 w. First st
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