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Persons wanting situations, help or wishing
to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad
vertise in The Herald
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
MPKOIAL, _
IF YOU HAVE AN\~ PROPERTY FOR sAI.r.
to lease or exchange, I will guarantee to get
you customers quicker than any real esh
dealer in Los Angeles. I'm a hustler and not
here ior my health. Send me your list. It
won't cost you anything to do so. Rest of ref
erences. W. L. 8., Box 565, Los Angeles 1«• l
office, 10-26 tf
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
company will strictly enforce the follow
lng rules: The hours for sprinkling are between
6 and 8 o'clock a. 111. and 6 und 8 o'clock p. 111.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a fine 01 *2 »iii be
charged before the water will be turned on
again. 8-17 tf
THE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF 'I U I S I \ !
loan and Trust company ere enclosed in a
fire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity:
alcoves attached for tbe private examination
of valuables, with writing uioterials; a young
lady iv attendance. 8-1 tl
D" BUY PROPERTY ?-D0
you want to sell? Do you want to e\
: Change? Do yon want a business? Read "ad"
:iu business opportunities; all kinds of prop
erties, from $125t0 $50,000. Go to 11. WHITE,
221 W. Kirst street. 11-681
~A~NY (ONE" SUFFER IXG WITH A~i)isT-
V crSable odor of the feet csn positively be
permanently cured at a nominal expense.
Address "MME. LORRAINE, P. (>. box 565,
city. Satisfaction guaranteed; simple reine
dy ; not injurious. 10 26 tf
MESMIN'S" FEMALE iMLLS ASA SPECIFIC
monthly medicine foriinmedlate relief fpr
painful and irregular menses—from w hnteVer
causes. For sale by FREEMAN 4 CARPER, 102
N. Spring st. Price, $2 per box. f.-9 ly
pi TREE CARRIAGE AND WAG 0 X
works; all kinds of pniuting and repairing.
128 San Pedro st., between First and Second
sts., Ix>s Angeles. 7-6 tf
rpELEPHOXE 489-TO .1. A. WILCI T. EI.Kc"
A trie horse clipper: horses called lor nnd
delivered. 117 Winston street, opposite post
office. 11-5 I m
TV»R HOTs"EB~To"RI.XT CALL OX 1
X 1 BARNES A HARM'S.
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
"7 F. SLOPE!!, HOUSE MOVEItToFI"ICE, I
XI. 112 center place. 1-15 if
BUSIWKSS
J?iOR SALE—IOO~BARGAIXS IN LODGING 1
' houses. .
40 Rooms, $3500. 39 Rooms, $2800.
33 Rooms, $ 100. 12 Rooms. 8850.
20 Rooms, $1001). 24 Rooms, 81500,
44 Rooms, $2000. 11 Rooms, $7, o.
2" Rooms, $1200. 10 Rooms, 8000.
211 Rooms, $1200. 24 Rooms, $800. 1
cash payments or trade: call; see list in of
fice. J. WALSH & co., 308% S. Spring si.
11-5-tr
BARGAINS! BAltT~\Txs"! '
$100—Fruit store ; 8825—Reataurant
$175—Notion store I $2iM)-Fniit store
$350— Produce store | 8850—chop house
$35(1—Homo bakery j SBOO—Candy store
$10(M)—Coal ynrd | 8700 -Prm oiolis
$125 to $50,(100 -Pnoperßcs of si; kinds far
sale and exchange]. S ;
Apply to B. WHITE, 22f W. First si. 11-5 tf ]
<to£fU\ — LARGEST laiß' ' i MILK >
r7»)»HP'F route iv the county: clearing oyer I
$2tK) monthly: 53 cows, 14 2-year-olds, 12
yearlings, ll line horses, milking 90 h ad in
all; 4 good wagon-, furmuig implements, etc.: ;
and n trial 3 - days before buying. Here is I
legitimate, bona tide business, nnd no bonus
asked, li. WHITE, 22 ,W. First st. 11-5 tf
BA LE-LODGI NO HO L SES^
$200-5 rooms I 8500-10 rooms '.
85*0—.9 elegnnt $550 15 rooms
81200—25 rooms j 81800—15 rooms
$20 • to $5000. from 5 rooms 10 75 roor
any location you wish. B, WHITE, 221 W.
Firat street. lt- _ i 11
m\ 11 tl M |— w * Xi Ell" PARTN ER, IX OXE OE !
?T llltjv the best steam laundries In the city,
machinery first-class; horses, wagon, etc., in
good running order; employing 10 bands.
This is a chance seldom offered to engage in a I
sure-payi;:g business. J. WALSH & CO., 1
S. Spring st. H stf (
BUSINESS CHANI 'ES-A GEXTLEM AX WHO
is an experienced poultrvmnii and apinr
est wants party with $1000 cash to go to Santa
linrbnra county nnd go in with him in the
poultry and bee business. Address P. 0, box
193 Sag Bernardino, California. 11 -2 Tl
Cfcfjim— B KSTA UR AN T. M AGNIFICEN VI.V
»T<lllVr fltt.-d up. re. cipis $::0.l u|y; location
unsurpassed; long lease; low rent; best lo
cated, fVnect equipped and lcr.--.-v-i puyin" rcs
tauntnt.ever offered nl Ihe price. It.'Wlil'lE.
121 W. First st. 11-5 tf
ifSs-fWi-Ft)li BALE "HALF INTEREST IX
2r 1»/UU the in si established commission
and brokerage business in ihe city, ami paying
large income; tnis is sn opportunity seldom i
Offered.' NOLAN <k SMITH, 228 West Second.
10-29-71
I^OPTSALE—SIOOO (O)OD LOOA'POX, CiTr"-
J ncr grocery; stock will invoice 815 0; pariv
anxious to sell on account ol other pressing
business; will take $500 cash, balance prop
erty. See this bargain. J. WALSH .v. CO., 308 M
B. Spring st. 11 5 ti "
FOR BALE OR ~ I'iXCH TngE—"fi )R CITY
property, stock of goods or live slock; a
small house and good lot in Lakiii, Kansas;
will pay cash difference. ROBERT F. JUNES,
Hank oi Santa Monica, Santa Monica, Cal.
10-.0 lino
HE LOS ANGEI. Ks""d 1R ECTOR V OFF it ii
keeps n complete list of all business for
sale or exchange. Parties desiring 10 either
buy or sell wHi consult their best interests by
applying at office, 103 s. Broadway. 8-9
IJS.OB SALE—LIVERY STABLE. DOING GOOD
business; be t location in the oity; will nol
deal through agents: price according 10 Hinoont
of stock taken by buyer. Address X, Box 50,
Herald ollice. io-21 .111
~Q> I \t i- MEAT MARX ET, RUISf BY Pit E s E.XT
tfr-i'lu owner for years; never offered for tale
before; clears $24 a week; location ex I ru good;
horse, wagon, etc. li. WHITE, 22; W. First st.
11-5 tf
1,-IOR SALE — $550 — ci(; A R (.'ANDY AxTi
stationary store on Spring street; rent
only $.1 per month, 3 living rooms. Average
815] er day. This is a snap ffir you. J. WAl.su
& CO., BQBM S. Spring St. 11-5-lf
CjOf \(X MA X CF.\« IF RING BUSINESS; AN V
flPOtllf one can nm mis end make money:
{.ays $S5 a month net profit; will exchange for
property. It._WHITE, 221 W. First st. 11-5 If
TTtOR BALE—THE LEASE AND FURNITURE
r of a 25-room lodging house; everything in
first-class condition; low rent, good location;
addrcs M. box 1:0, Herald. 11-4 7t
0k 17 ■'-PARTNER TO ATTEND THECASH
»~1 l»/cout>ict and i.fsistin a restaurant; will
door overBo6 tt month to each. Applvat once
nt 221 W. Firsl st. '11-5 tf
/ 11WII PAYING DAIRY BUSINESS, CLOSE
\J tocity; clearingslooa month. STREETER
it BHABPLESS, l.os. Broadway. 10-1 tf
SALE-C.o(7|Ti I'AyT X(7 REST A IRA N'tT
JT good location; must be ,obl in next 3 days
Address M, loix 30, llerulil. 10-3 l Ti
At.fJMITKC I K.
BURGESS J. REEVE, ARCH ITeT"l\~~""eS
toblished for the list 10 years in Los An
geles. No. 127 West Second si. 120 ly
rrif7B"R()7v.x7A7tciiitei 77T32 s. b'road
\J* way, bclweeii Firsl and .-ei'oiKl. H7 tf
MISS c. STAFFER, CHIROPODIOT~ANb
masseuse, 211 W. First St.. opp. Nadeau.
12 24 tl
HELP WAKTID-MALE.
Vr (name, plates, house numbers and signs;
readable in the darkest night; 85 to $10 per
day easily made in any territory; sample eases
free: write al once to Electric Name Plate com
pany, 00 Case st., Chicago. tf
TJETANTED on,Mi SALESMAN WHO CAN
tl furnish references from wholesale grocers
and others, ;o represent San Francisco brokers
selling eastc'ii goods. Small amount catdi
necessary. Address, staling age and experi
ence, BKOKEK, this office. 10-24-12t
■tI'ANTED ALL NEED! NO HELP, FREE
11 rmpluynent or any information, address
E. XlTTlNt.Kit's BUREAU, established 1880.
Office, 319' a S. Spring St.; residence, 451 S.
Hope st., corner tilth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113. 8-16 tf
I}ETTy7 HUMMEL A CO., EMPLOYMENT
I agents. 181-483 W. First st. Telephone 509,
under the l.os Angeles Xatioual bank. Help
of nil kinds carefully selected and furnished.
Siluations of ull kinds furnished. 7-0 tf
WAXTE P-TRAVELINeTsaLEBMAN AS D
collector; must furnish cash bond or own
real om.-.k 1 . Address, Salesman, tliis ollice. It
W ANTKn -AGKNTM.
\I.KM.< SALARY" OhTcOMMISSION. TILE
greatest invention of the ago. Tho New
patent chemical Ink Erasing Pencil. Sells on
sight. Works like magic. Agents are making
from $25 to $11:5 per week. For further psurttc*
tllarswrite the Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co. X 315
l.n Crosse, Wis. 10-31 lm
trANTKII— «ITU tTIOSS,
VpAi'TED SITUATION — A MIDDLE-AGED
V? Eyrgllshmnh wishes situation in private
} family as coaphmnn and gardener; with tho
best of city references Address W W. Box
60, this office. 11-4-3t
U, ANTED—IVY A YOUNG LADY, TYPE
writing, either to be done at office or her
home; has her own machine; workmanship
warranted. Address LOLITA, box 40, this
office. 10 26tf
11" ANTED—BY A POOR WIDOW" WOMAN"!
*1 sewing by the day ; will go out; a good
seamstress; will work reasonable. Address
SEA MSTK KSS. box 41), Ibis office. '1)26 If
WANTED-MISCM.L AN KOCL
\\"A XTED —BY "a YOUS2 MARUIED
it couple, two or three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; will be pcrmniient if
1 satisfactory nrrangemenls can be made: some
private family hnving more rooms than neces
sary for tlicmselyes will find congenial com
pany with the advertisers: references ox
changed; central location preferred: state I
location, price, etc. AOdress PERMAXEXT,
Bo:; 505, Los Angeles. 10-23-tf
IV ANTED - A PROFESSIONAL GE~ TLE
rI innn wishes to correspond with a single
lady who has a few hundred do lars to invest
with htm ia a rich-paying business. Address
in confidence. S. 11. C, 115 S. ltavinoiul aye.,
Paaadena, Cal. It
IyANTKD—TI)" PURCHASE A LOT WEST
*> of Figuoroe, north of Washington and
east of Alvarado; also one west of Pearl, north
of Pico nnd east ot Alvarado: must bo bar
gains; no agents. Address W. L. P., P. O. Box
I 565, city. 10-25 tf
: 11"ANTF.D—A 1-AR'tXER" WITH f500o"fo
' ?t Invest In a paying project, in which there
are no ehancos oi hiss and profits large. Party
desll",i><: to deal must furnish evidence of good
chancier. Address D, Herald office. 9-23 tf
it" axteii—list"Voor propeirrY""fsS
ft sale with me. I have buyer, i.ml am in
want of lots, houses, acreage . hi .i.cs.-cs
in all parts. HENRY .!. STANLEY. 242 s.
Broadway, next city hall I lm
t]PANTED—TO RENT—SMALL* HOUSE OF
ft 3 or 4 rooms with stable, or rooms for
housekeeping with use of stable. Address V,
box 20, this office. 11 4 3t
VITA X TEI > ~-Tt7 "PURCHASE A LOT SOI'TII-
Vt west; wiU pay from 8400 to 8600; must
be a bargain. Address W. 1- P., P.O. box 565,
city. HUM if
11" A XTED—MAX WITH $2501) TO~l'tlT-
M chase half interest in a desirable inven
tion; fortune in it. Address E., Herald odico
9-23 tf
ITT A NTKD —TO RENT—GURLEY LEVEL
It for a few days; if good instrument, will
buy. inquire for V, Bellevue Terrace. 11-5 21
It"AXTED-TO BfJY, S~ACREs7IMPROVED,
with sor 0-room house, near city. Ad
dress K. 8., (his office, box 20. 11-3 3t
500 dozen
clarel bottles, quarts; {.ay 40c dozen. 121
and 126 North Spring street. 10-29 tf
\Fa NTED—PARTNER" W ITH $20o""t "aSH,
*v In business clearing 8150 monthly. Ad
dress, Merchant, this office. It
It" AXTED-i~VAST TO lII V OR REXT
ft a dairy; stats terms. Address B. E. R.,
Box 00. this . Ili. c. 11 .'. 21
LOST AND FOUND.
OST-OR"sTOLE>s~ ATHAVsER's'sILACoiT
v ter house, on Santa Monica road, three
notes drawn by A. Barthe and one by Victor
Deloe; the public are warned not to purchase
same, as payment has been stopped. JEAN
TROUETTK. 11-3 4t
F'OUN D ~AGAIX—BAM, THE CHAMPION
horse-clipper, at the old stand, Xorth
rirou'lway. H.'-IO 1 nt
Xt' I.KM' HOCUS
ISEXT XX' 11 V PAY RENT? rTiLiTke"
fore lumber goes up. You can get a 5-room
collage, nicely papered and finished fosB6oo.
Bee plans at HENRY J. sianley's,
• S. liroadwav,
Next Citvlinll. 10-17'lm
ITtOR RENT B-ROOM HOUSE, 32o"s7i"iLIvk
1 :;t.; just been put in first-class condition;
newly papered, painted, etc. BARNES &
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
I -oil; RENT—COMPLETEI V FURNISHED
house of 10 rooms, barn, etc; inquire Xo.
031 South Hill, oroi CALKIXS a. CLAPP, 105
Bouth Broadway, 11-4 tf
rpo LET —PUP. N IsflEr) FOIt EIOUBEK EEP
-1 lag, small 3-room cottageotoeola. inquire
210 S.Broadway. 11-3 tf
'po Let io room house, lawn, hot
1 aad co d water, gas and sewer; 840. 810 W.
SIXTH ST. 11-5 2t
rpb LET rxi-1 RXISHED FOUR-ROOM
I cottage on Hill st., close in. Inquire 210
.-. lim.ntway, 11-1 t;'
FOR KKMT—KOUHM.
|>l i:NlsIIKl)"ltOOM-: -NICE FURNISHED
I I rooms in let from $1,50 per month up at
Calumet Hotel, East Third streel, opposite
Omarav ,and also rooms for housekeeping.
1 111-10 1 m
F~ ~6 it" RE N'T E X CELL EX T "si INNY 800 MS,
with Imy win Lows, single or en suite, three
blocks from court house; rent low; cheap un
furnished rooms. OSS Sand St. 10-i lm
r"on RENT 3 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
i with bath and water, $12 per month for
house-keeping. NO 828 W.ELEVKNTH. 11-5Sc
V" It 'ELY FURNISHED" ROOMS AT THE
i> Parker, 424 W. Fourth st. lu-24 lm
JTtOR BENT ■ PLEASANT FURNISHED
__r o.mis. 1011; s. Ilo|.e 11 j :it
FOR ia:\l-i||-i:ELI,*M.OUS.
■pOB RENT—ALFALFA 'It AXcilEs. STOCK
jl ranches, orange ranches, ranches of all
descriptions a specialty. List your ranches for
sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN A Co..Mtnne*
sola lieiiilquai ter-, 237 W. first st. 10-29-tf
A TTOr.X KVS.
JAY 1- "" n't *N TE R, TTO I £ N^rf AW,
rl Bryson-Bouebreke block. Telephone 5.8.
Practices in ail the courts, stale and federal.
7-1 tf
GOODRICH, La'wYEl:, 1 '4 DEARIIORX
• streel, Chicago, 111.; 20 years' experience;
secrery; special tacllitics in several states.
QoodrlCh on Divorce, B ith laws ol ull stales, iv
Press. 6-4 tf
HI'NSACKKIt .k '.t)()DRI('H, LAWYERS,
rooms 103 and 101, Philips block, comer
Spring and Franklin streets. Telephone 1120.
7-6 tf
|> .1. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT-
F. c . lent ion given to ihe settlement of estates.
115 V, est Fir-1 st 4.1; if
I 1 X- '1 it ASK, ATTORSfTy"*AT LAW, FUL
-1 /. ton block, 207 New ;lligh street, Los An
geles. 1-16 tf
ll'.M. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT I."a"w
V room 3, Allen block, Temple and spring
soee:s 2-21 tf
FOR KXCH4NOK.
I.MIX KXI'IIAXOE - l (il< "EASTERX'OR'
Northern California income property, 20
acres ill lliis cily, covered wilh full bearing
tree; desirable for subdivision; makes 100
lots; has street ear and electric light. P.EID &
CO., 126 W. First st. 10-25 tf
TTCXCH AN(IE-A BEAUTIFUL, CONVENIENT
Vj modern 2-story 10-ioom dwelling, dose In,
on v prominent re..idenoostreet, in exchange
for un alfalfa ranch, 10 the value ol $4000.
F. H. PiEliiP "■ 111., MS s. Uro.nlmiy. 1 1-5 2t
»BS»TKAOT«.
ABSTRACT AND"TITLE
puny oi l.os Angeles, northwest corner
01 I riinkhn and N' t -w Ijlgh sts. in-l7 tf
PATStMCH, 1 OPVIIKiHTS, KT«J.
LFAZARD A TOWNSENd! h<)OM 9, DOWNEY
I block. Tel U47, Los Angeles. 11-21 tl
LOS ANGELES'* HERALDt MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER b\ U«93
' FOR SAI.IC—CITY PROPERTT.
BY JOHN H. COKE,
4 Bryson Block,
11 acres of the finest land in l.os Angeles
Bounty; abundance of water; 8-room
house,' stables, sheds, etc.; 200 olive
tree*, : Oo tIRS, M plum, 360 French
{•runes, 25 poach, to apricot, lo almond,
12u orange, 75 lemons; HMD) olive ready
to set out; is located in thu troetlc «« be it
and only 12 miles from the city. I'rice,
85800; will take one-half cash, b alauce
improved property in or near city.
5 acres In seme location; ft-room house: abund
ance of water: a miscellaneous assort
ment of fruit trees: stone stable
and other sheds. Price, $2500.
2', acre? at Santa Barbara, with tine residence
of 7 rooms, stable and other sheds: arte
sian well: 130 lemon trees. 15 orange, 5
fig, 20 peach, 11 pear, 8 plum, 4 prune, 4
loquat Ift apple, 8 nectarine, *2 porsim
mon, 21 walnut, IA apricot, 3 quince, a
large kit of pampas plumes. Will ex
change this for Los Angeles residence in
the west or southwest. Price; $6000.
880 acres—Santa Barbara county; abundance
of water; soil excellent ami good for
any kind of fruit; Siis is unimproved;
will exchange this for land in !a>s Ange
les county, l*erris, Sal Jacinto, Winches
tor, Redlands, or otfcrr property in San
Bernardino, San Diego, or Uivorside
counties: near railroad hut away from
the coast; no town lots wanted. Price,
$40 an acre.
90 acres at Etiwanda; near railroad station;
to exchange for Los Angeles property.
Price, •ma
300 acres—South Riverside; abundance o
water: all fenced; 2 lionises; corrals; I
miles from railroad station: convenient
to church and schools.
4 acres on Figueroa street; just outside limits;
lo exchange for house in city. Price,
$1501).
17 acres at the Palms; to exchange for city
property. Price. $1700.
40 acres at El Monte, to exchange for city
property. Price, $5000.
100 acres at Perris. to exchange for city prop
erty. Price, $8001).
160 acres, Tulare, toexchango for Los Angeles
property. Price, $1000.
100 acres. Ban-Jacinto, to exchange for other
property. Price, $-1000.
16 acres. Alhamlrra, highly improved; will
take M cash, instance trade. Price, $10,
-500.
80 acres, Perris, improved, to oxcliango for
alfalfa land. Pi ke, ttitpO,
240 acres T.ordsburg, improved, to exchange
for alfalfa ranch. Price, if 12,000.
160 acres, Elsinore, improved somewhftt, toex
chango for Los Angeles property. Price,
$3000.
20 acres -Westminister, to exchange for city
property. Price. $1800.
160 acres—Humphrey's station; improved
somewhat; to exchange for city property.
Price, $4000.
4500 acres — Visalin; income $20,000 a year.
Price, $20J,000.
17 acres — Vernon; highly improved. Price,
$20,000. No trade.
28 acres—Eagle Rock; improved; will sell for
one-half cash ; balance exchange for city
property. Price, $9000.
80 acres—Palmdale, to exchange for city prop
erty. Price, $160«).
160 acres in Fresno county, highly improved,
no trade Price, $20,000, on terms to
suit.
160 acres just outside city limits toexchango
for business property; will assume a
reasonable incumbrance. Price, $25,000.
160 acres at Lancaster to exchange for other
property. Price, $4000.
53 acres at Esgle Rock, highly improved ; part
cash, balance trade. Price, $10,000.
20 acres nt Clearwater. Price, $1000. Terms
to suit.
40 acres at Workman station on the Tc:minai
railroad to exchange for city residence.
Price, $6000
60 acres at Westminster, to exchange for city
property. Price. $1000.
160 acres at Monterey, to exchange for Los
Angeles property. Price, $1600.
40 acr?« at Powr.ev, to exehunge for Kansas
property. Price, $8000.
10 acres at Ontario, highly impiovcl, tn ex
change lor Los Angeles proper v. Price,
$10,000.
20 acres at Redlands, highly Improved, to ex
change for Los Angeles business or resi
dence property. Price, ifsi.oo.
JOHN H. COXX,
11-5 tf 4 Bryson Block.
AQOCA—FOB SALE—A VERY CHOKE
f)\t resilience lot, 50x150, on Adams
St., only a little west of Figueroa st. price
only $3250, on any kind of terms. All other
property in that vicinity held at nearly twice
tbe price. NOLAN & SMITH, 2*B West Sec
ond st. 115 7t
1-OR SALE-SPECIAL —LOT IX BONNIE
V Brae tract, near Seven'h street, for only
$S1M); small house and lot near Harper tract,
81050; one of the best loealed lots In south
west, for $1150. C. E. DAY Ji CO., 127 S. Ilroad
way. 11-5 2t
<2Cflfk- , '" 0R SALE, A BEAUTIFUL RESI
fJ>o< tlj denee lot on Adams st., a little west
of the University electric line. Price only
8800, NOLAN & SMITH,
11-5 7t 228 West Second st.
|7>0I; SALE—ON INSTALLMENT—WE WILL
JT build houses to order, in choice locations,
and sell on easy monthly payments; come in
anil get our terms. C. E. DAY & CO., 27 S.
Broadway. 11-5 2t
ffioTiTi—FOß SALE, NICE RESIDENCE LOT
T^OU"" on clean side of street in Bonnie Hrae
tract, near seventh street cable line. This is a
groat sacrifice nt $800; worth today nearly
twice the mi o int. NoLAN <fc SMITH, 228
West Second. 11-1 7t
is really a big"snap!
House of four rooms, lot 50x140, street
graded, near electric ears. First-class locality.
Price, $15<K); $6 0 cash, balance in two
years. Address, BARGAIN, box 80, Herald
ollice. 11-3 tf
da 1 1 QUA —8900 cash Will buy a fine business
Jp I.IUU lot on Main street, 50x140; just 820
per front loot. Here's a dead cold snap; take
it in G. W. CONNEI.L, 112 fcroadway. il-5 tf
ffiITAA—FOR SALE-NEW'"S-ROOM house
on Victoria street; monthly pay
ments $15. ALLISON HARLOW, B*7 West
Second si. 6-21 tf
SALE"—LIST YOUR "PROPERTY FOR
? sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN .V. CO.,
Minnesota Headquartera, 237 West First st.
10-1 tf
SEE~P. A. MEAGHER FOR BARGAINS IN
real estate. 101 S. Ilroadway, Los Angeles.
10-1 tt
"DROPERTY OF AUT- KINDS - SOL1) AND I
L exchanged. B. WHITE, 221 West First st.
10-15 tf
UVJR SA~I7E-.f125 '" I 'AY M E NT — PR KIT V 4
r room house, southwest, $600. Apply 320
Wait First street, 11-2 4t
yon hai.k- city i>hoi-kkty.
'me"kkins.
207 West Second street
The largest and best business block In the
chief city in a live central stale for exchange
for !.os Angeles city or county property.
10-aore orange grove, all budded, strictly
first-class; water piped all over the place.
Trice, $2500. Will be held at this figure only
a few days. Half mile from station,
s 5J.X100 feet southwest part ot thecitv; must
i he sold. Price at the bottom.
» City dwellings, installment plsn; business
i property, vacant and improved, for sale at
, figures that will Interest you. 11-5 tf
t BEAUTIFUL PLACE ~OOM
, A prising lot 50x200, set to lawn; flowers,
. fruit and cottage of 5 rooms, all very neat and
close to electric ears; mortgaged $80 ', which
must be paid at once. Let us show this to you,
1 we want an offer.
Alio,her snap! An elegant house for a
. small family; four rooms highly decorated,
. with fire place, lawn, hedge, water piped, sta
ble, fencing, clean side, close to school,
church, stores and near electric cars. Price,
$1500. This Is nicely located.
, How does this suit you? Two large lots, well
improved, with house, barn, well, windmill
, and tank; only $120). A good place for
chicken raising, keeping cows, etc., and in
good locality,
i I A gilt-edge mortgage at a discount, $500.
FOR BALE—SMALL HOUSE, GOOD LOT,
cable cars; only $400.
Plastered house, level lot.elcctrlccars; $400.
House, lot, fruit, water, Vernon car; $1150.
Cottage, good lot, Pasadena aye. car; $6)0.
Pour rooms. 2 lots, well, tank, mill, choice;
■ $1200.
Elegant house, all conveniences; $1500.
Three acres, house, well, southwest; $000
DEAN, GILBERT A CO.,
11-4 3t 237 West First.
IrtOR~BALE— AND~LOT ON
Heboid st., Brooklyn tract.
$2000—House and lot, 7 rooms, on Jackson
street.
$. 500—Two houses and lots on Jackson st.:
5 rooms each.
$!>(>j—Fine lot on Brooklyn Heights, 50x
250 feet; splendid location.
WOO— Fine lot in Brooklyn tract: this is o
splendid bargain.
$2000—House and lot, Turner and Vignes
sts.; this is a snap.
$13u0— Corner lot, Turner and Cenier sts.
Every one of theseabove mentioned are irood
speculations. Don't lose any time in seeing
them, for they won't be on tbe market very
long. You deal direct with tlie owner; no
agents need answer. Direct business desired.
Address, "OPPORTUNITY," box 30, HBIULD
ofllce. 10-31 ti
t r OR SALE—S2nTSO^SISOOTCASH, BA LANCE
one year at 10 |>er cent, house 5 rooms,
pantry, bath, closets, etc.; lot 50x140, to 20
-foot alley; on First-st. cable line, Boyle
Heights, west of power house; cement walks,
hedge, flowers, c c.; no lawn, as it is a new
place: 2 pressed brick mantels, gas, hot and
cold water, porcelain bath tub; plumbing cost
$325: room upstairs for 2 large rooms, but not
finished; window shades and linoleum go with
house: this is the biggest bargain ever offered
in this ei'y: the above is easily worth $3500 at
least; it is a snap and should be taken advant
age of at once. Address OWNER, I. O. box
505, city. 10-31 tf
T7 l O R~~B A LE—B AKG AIN S —T HE FINESTMJOK-
I nsrEast Seventh near Main ut $(10 a front
foot.
45x150 to alley ; Main near Sixth al $1(10 a
front foot.
The lines! corner on Main near postofflcc; a
big bargain.
33x84 on East Fifth street near Main wilh
good cottage, $2">00.
A tine corner Kast Eighth, 00x120, close to
main, very cheap. O. C. F.DWARDS,
10-12-tl 230 West First.
if 1 ' X SALE - CHOICE LOTS AT BOYLE
JL 1 Heights at 8800 and $350 on easy install
ments; also houses and lots ut $500, $SOO,
$1300, $1500, 88700, $3000 and $5000: lot on
Thlrty-Hrst, near Cranil aye., $803; lot on
Olive st., near First st., at a bargain; business
property on Main and i.roadway and money
to loan. F. A. HUTCHINSON, 213 West
First st. 11-5 tf
si • »QAfr-HERE 18 A BNAF 17 TAX E N~A T
<'"'l' once—an elegant 9-room modern
house on beautiful Thirtieth street. Has
double parlors, hand-ome mantel, reception
hall, bath, marble top washstand, closets, pan
tries una porches. Lot highly improved; loca
tion and neighborhood will please the most
fastidious; one-half block of electric car line.
G. W. CONNELL, 112 Broadway. 11-5 tf
JpuiIT^TLET
LARGE-SIZED LOTS, FINEST LOCATION,
NEAR FIGUEROA AND ADAMS STS.
ON VERY FAVORABLE TERMS.
If you want the choicest of lots for a home
see them. ODEA A BARR,
10- 27 tf 10J S, Broadway.
JjiOß SALE— [
LOT ON
WINFIELD STREET,
NEAR UNION AYE—$379.
Street graded, cement walks; he sold
at once. ODEA A BARR,
11- 4 tf 103 S. Broadway.
yil If \(\— s4so CASH, BALANCE I AND~"2
I 1" 'U years, will buy the finest 5 acres in
tho Lick tract, adjoining city, all level and
fine; boom price was eleven thousand dollars
$11,000): this price is just 10 cents on the
dollar. Address G. W. c, owner, 112 Broad
way. 11-5 tf
<sK• >$ilTl ,—A N~ELEG A N'f 9^ROOM MO I) F. R N
sjp.£pUU house on beautiful Thirtieth si.; lot
highly improved; double parlors, reception
hall. bath, marble top washstands and hand
some mantel; this is a great bargain: owner
going east. G. W. CONNELL, 112 Broadway.
11-5 tf
(fi tU\i\ THAT FINE BUSINESS LOT, 50x
SplOflW 140, cor. Twenty-fifth and Main;
! this is only $37 per front foo'i, and don't forget
it is a corner; it ought to bring $3000, but you
; can have it for $iSSo. Who takes it? G.* W.
1 COXXELL, 112 Broadway. 11-5 tf
l/'/iM-FOR SALE, PART
9JJ.01/U ol the city, in-ar Adams st., a nice
2 norv S-room house, on lotooxlsl, facing two
streets. Price only $l(ioo. This is a forced
sale. NOLAN A- SMITH,
11-5 7t 228 West Second st.
Si j i uA - $5OO CASH, BALANCE ONE AND
lUU two years, a lovely modern cottage
oi live rooms: only few blocks from our office;
cost $25(10. G. W. CONNELL, 112 Broadway.
11-5 tl
rOB 8 A I." -MIBOKLLA -BOUSW
VoliP sale'— ciioice~~nursery "stock;
1 mining, city and country properly.
Particular alienllon paid to patents of nil
kinds. Choice property ih Azusa valley. Cor
res] ondence solicited.
W. M. STOVER.
Real Estate and Mining Exchange,
10-1 tf 227 W. First st.
! irsoR~B.\LE—FIRST-CLASS 200-EGG MICHI
iJT gan incubator and two brooders for same.
All no.-, never used. No better machine made.
Hot water, self regulating. Price for whole
880; 825 cash and balance nil the time you
want. Address P. 0. box 593, San Bernardino,
California. 11-2 7t
jjToR B A LE—MINING OUTFIT, CH EA P ~>o R
JP 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
TTtOR SALE—NE \V AND NEAT FURN ITU RE
A of 6-room Hat. close in, und flat for rent;
possession given at once. J. S. VAN DOREX,
304 W. First st. 11-5 7t
I "(lit SA Lh—< 'HEa'pThTnGLE BUGGY, BOY'S
" saddle, girl's saddle, bridle. FARMERS'
FEED YARD, 120 X. Broadway. 11 4 3t
poll SALE -ONE FIXE 5-YEAR-OLD HORSE
r at a bargain; inquire at 30.% South Spring
street, _ 11-4 7t
t-> oR SAl.E~f>i, B~P APER3 IN QUANTITIES
lo suit at I his ollice.
FINANCIAL..
COMPANY,"
(INCORPOuATED).
Loans money in any amounts on all
kinds of collateral securities, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and
steel safes, and professional libra
bries, without removal: and on fur
niture iv lodging, hoarding houses
and hotels, without removal. Par
tiol puyments received. Money
quick. Business confidential. Pri
vate office for ladies.
W. E. DEGROOT, Manager,
8-29 ly Rooms 2. 3 &4.J.14 S. Spring st.
MON E V Ti i LOA X OR I) IA M O XI) S,~Je WF. 17
-ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS,
i -18 , y 402 S. Spring st.
MLSIOAL^
lOSI 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 sts. 8 14 ly
R"V. MUSSO'S ORCHESTRA— FIRStTcLASS
• music furnished on nil occasions. Office
J. B. BROWN'S MUSIC STORE, 111 X. Spring
street. lOtf
I>AX.t.» BY MISS M. E. AST BURY ; 5 AND 6
> stringed taught StudtoOl; take elevatgr
by People's store, Phillips block. 11 12 ly
A~~ WILLII \R IPi 7.,'TIUsIC STUDIO, ROOM
• A, Crocker building, 212 S. Broadway.
8 21) tf
co.sritAcroKS.
CONRAD SOIIEItER, GRANMTErB?TUMIN
oub and asphalt paving; 237 W. Firsts'.
FOR 8 H.E OOONTKY PKOPJSRTY.
J7«)R SALE.
\ FORTY-ACRE Improved properly In the
Cahuenga foothills, close to Sunset boulevard
| and commandlngan unrivaled view.
THE SOU. is a rrcn loam, mixed with pulveV-
I ised granite—the washings of the adjoining
hills—ami it Is the best for lemon culture to be
found iv the state of California.
THE CLIMATE of these foothills. Is famous
for combining all the excellencies that are
characteristic of our Italy, and without any of
the drawbacks that arc sometimes found in
less favored locations.
ONE MOST Important factor is that the loca
tion offered is absolitki.y fkosti.ksk, accord
ing to experience.
IMPROVEMENTS.—There Is a neal, com
fortable Broomed residence, with all Ihe nec
essary outbuildings—large barn, stable; shade
trees and fruit trees of various kinds, giving
I more than a sufficient supply of delicious
fruit for table use. The larger part of the
ranch Is at present under cultivation for early
vegetables, which are shipped to San Fran
cisco, and afford an excellent, steady Income
WATER.—There Is an abundant and never
failing water supply from two sources, and a
storage reservoir of brick and cement just
completed, holding 86,000 gallons.
PRlCE.—Unimproved land In the immediate
vicinity has been selling lately at $400 an
I acre, but I offer this 40 acres, with all Im
provements, for $12,50). Will give time on
part of the purchase money, nt Interest, If de
sired. This offer holds good for v few days
only. The property Is unincumbered and title
perfect.
This is a chance inch as seldom occurs. Think
It over.
O. A. DO BIX SOX,
lt-8 3t 1 Bryson Block.
IMMt SALE-825,000; ORANGE ORCH
aids: walnut orchards; deciduous ITUiI
orchards, olive orchards; dairy or iann
ranches; Hue city residences: hotels: lodging
houses; grocery stores; uardwarj business;
fruit stands; cigar stands; meat markets: sa
loons; bakeries; restaurants; and all kinds of
mercantile business; prices from $100 to
825,000; we neither udverttse nor try to sell
nuvtliing that will not Mind the strictest In
vestigation. XOI.AX A SMITH, i2B W. Second
■treet 10-lßtf
BALE, NEAR AZUSA, 20
VaUUU acres very tine land, with good ir
rigating right; good 6-room honso and horn,
well, windmill and tank; buildings insured
for $1000; 12 acres iv assorted trull, mostly In
bearing. Price for a few days only $2000;
worth more than twice the price asked.
NOLAN & SMITH,
11-5 7t 238 West Second st.
4 »i,/\-FOR SALE, HOMESTEAD RTCLIN
efcOUU qulAomsut of 160 acres, rntliin ' 4
mile of station on Southern Pacific railroad, in
this county; about 60 acres under cultivation;
land all cleared and first-class small house and
other improvements; price, $600: will ex
change for property in tlie city.
NOLAN A SMITH,
10-18 tf 228 w. Second -t.
1710 It SALE —BURBAXK LANDS; TRACTS
_T 5, 10, 20 and 40 acres; $40 to $1»)0 tin
acre; easy terms; 4 to 8 miles from city limits;
rich soil'; no adobe; no alkali: free water
right; damp alfalfa land; tine English walnut
land: tracts in full-hearing pearlies, prunes,
apricots, pears, etc. If you want a desirable
home near market see those lands. TAYLOR
A RICHARDS, 102 Broadway, 11-5 si
l-OR SALE - CAPITALISTS, ATTENTION'!
f 1 ,000 acres of land close to Lo- Augcle-,
3UOO seres of first-da-* orange and lemon
laud, with abundance of water tor irrigation;
2'itK) acres of deciduous fruit land, SuOo acres
of first-class stock land, all for $3 per acre;
railroad being built through the tract now.
Cheap al ss2j an acre. TAYLOR A RICHARDS,
102 Broadway. 11-5 8t
T7HIR SALE— A FEW VERY CHOICE GOV
f ernment 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; $600 to $:i()0.
J. K. MULKEY.
8.22 tf 1140 W. Eighteenth or 213 W. First st.
1?0R BALE —170 ACRES FINE ORANGE.
' vtneor olive Unit, adjoining ihe. celebrated
Vaclie winery at Brooksidc, near Redlands;
this is the very choicest land tn that neighbor
hood in the market; all or part: price, $19,600;
terms easy. For particulars see A. C. UOLBH,
147 8. Broadway. 8-30 tf
17OR SALE—THE BEST BUY IN SOUTHERN
Jp California: ISM acres, all highly improved;
5 acres alfalfa: 10 acres walnut and prune
trees, all under water ditch; no alkali: no
adobe; 011 railroad: near city limits; S)2i00;
terms easy. TAYLOR i RICHARDS, 102
Broadway. 11-3 St
1-tOR SALE-SANTA MONICA PROPERTY:
■ fine new modem house, choice lot; price,
ifloOO; cusv payments. Have other good lots.
Will build to suit customers. ROBERT F.
KiNES, Bank of Santa Monica, Santa Monica,
Cal. 10-20 lm
1 -o R SALE—FINK REBTDKNI IE PROPE RTY
JT in I'asadena; rents for .IUIoO per annum;
nets over 10 per cent: the best bargain in the
county. K. P. CULLEN .k CO., Minnesota head
quarters, 237 W. Kirst st. 10-20 tf
17OR SALE OR EXCHANGE- 10 ACRES
X highly improved, and productive orange
and lemon orchard; choice in loca ion, fruits
and buildings. J. 8. VAN DOREN. 3(11 W.
First street. 11-5 7t
1.1 or sale~iTmon grove, r> or~io
1 acres—A 1 location and soil, with water;
a bargain. Terms easy; will cultivate if de
sired. OWNER, care Herald office, box 3j.
11-2 tl
I~X>R SALE- LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR
1 sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN * CO.,
Minnesota headquarters, 237 West First st.
0- 10 tl
fj>Oß SALE—VaCRES CHOICE LAND NEAR
JT the city. E. S. VAN DOREN,
io-, tl 304 w. Firsl it
PKBSONAL.
i">ERSONAI. -COFFEE, FRESH ROASTED ON
our giant coffee roaster. Java and Mocha,
3*c lb; mountain coJTee, 25c; germra, 80c;
rolled rye, K'c; ti lbs rolled wheat, ttc; 10 It.s
corn meal, 15c: 10 lbs granulated sugar, 1*1;
10 lbs beans, 25c; 3 cans apricots, 85c; 3 cans
tomatoes, 25c: Beans roast lieef, Vsc; 3 nkts
mincemeat, 25c; extract beef. 25c; 4 tnrs
Dinsmore's soap, 25c; coal oil, 80c; 8 lbs lard,
3oc: pork 14,'jc: picnic hams, 12'jC.
KcoNOMIC STORES, 305 s. Spring st. 7-n
~T~ YOUNG MAN RECENTLY FROM THE
1\ east, who Is on the const for a pleasure
trip, desires the acquaintance of some intelli
gent, refined and respectable young lady be
tween 20 and 20 years of age; intentions
strictly honorable; nest of references furnished
and desired; will remain in Southern Califor
nia for at least six months; pholographs ex
changed; letters returned if so wished. Ad
dress K. It. P., Box 80, Herald office. 10-23-lf
TJElis ()NAL—MRS. PARKER, CLAIR VOY
anl; consultations on business, love, mar
riage, disease, mineral locations, life reading,
etc. Take University electric cars lo Forrester
aye. and Hoover St., go west on Forrester aye.
3 blocks to Vine St.; second house on Vine
west of Vermont aye. 8-30 tf
I )KRSONAL—RALPH BEOS.—GOLD BAB
1 Hour, ifl.OO; city flour, 70c; granulated
suvar, 10 lbs #1; brown sugar, 20 lbs 1*1; 8 lbs
rolled oats, 25e; sardines, 5 boxc< 25c: table
fruit. 3 cans 50c; Lion coffee, 25c lb; east
ern oil, 80c; gasoline, SOc; 2lb can corned
beef, lOCS lard, 10 lbs 05c; 5 lbs, 50u. OOi S.
Spring st., corner Sixth.
TJERSON A L _ PRE VENT ATI V ES~F <) It MA R-
I ried ladies of a financial standing. No
fake, but a reality. For curiosity's sake address
SPERO, Box 00, this office, 11-4 Ot
M~ARRIED LADIES' "sAFEGf A III); PAT
CH ted; no medicine; no equal; money re
funded if not satisfactory, Send 10 cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City, Mo.
8-20 dm _
P~ and g7.ntlkmen
call or address MADAM COYNE, Oil South
Main. 11-5 5t
~ 1882—Established—1882.
DR. L. W. WELLS. CORNER SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold Crown und bridge work v specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. m-4 tf
DR.~~S." TOLHURST, ~DENTIST~IOB'4 N.
Spring street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless
extraction. 0-20 tf
D" R, PARKER, DENTIBT, HEHOVEITrO N.
E. cor. Spring and First sts. 10-10 tf
ITtRANK. BTE BOUTfi SPRINGBT.
; Open Sunday and evening by electric light.
l)Vt.l:s AND FINI-HHIIS,
Vf ETROFOLITAN
iVI Franklin st; fine dyeing and cleaning,
1- 13 tl
ARISIANDYK WORKS, 275 SOUTH MAIN
slrecl; besi dyeing In the city. 1-13 tf
S~"cHOOLOF DRESSMAKING, CUTTING a"nS
fitting; patternscut; French tallorsystem;
suits made from *5 to 810. 300 South Broad
way. 10 15 lm
Iol>C< '.1 lov ii,
J'"bs AWKI.Iis'nrsiNESS coij.egk
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated), 144 south Main street.
Largest and besi equipped business ualnli
, school on till' coast. Thorough and practical
f courses In the commercial, shorthand, i.pe
writing, telegraphy, assaying and nil English
hrnnelies. Large, able and innture (acuity oi
instructors. Hay and evening sessions, •terms
romonublc. Call at olllee, or write forelegattt
catalogue. K. K. sHI:\DF.R President: KW.
KELSEV, Vice-President; I. X INSKEKP, Sec
retary. • , O-ltl ly
1 T<HK"\VOOIt"ui'ItV IiVsiXKSS COLLEGE HAS
A removed to Illinois Hall, corner ot
Ilroadway and Fifth street. It has now the
largest aud finest business college rooms in the
Blate, and the largest attendance of any com
mercial school south of B*4t Francisco.
The public is cordially invited to call
and Inspect the college tn Its now location,
liolh day and evening schools in session the
onlire summer catalogue and College Jour-
I mil free. G. A. 11 ough, President; N. G. Fclkor,
I Vice-President; .1. IV. Hood, Secy. 5-4 ly
/ MRUS'' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL — 4111 W.
VI Tenth si.; Miss Parsons aud Miss Den*
nen, principals] collegiate, academic, prcpar
i atory and primary departments: afternoon
classes for ladies; private instruction given.
11-2
C~ABA~ DE ROBAeT'FRbI'BEL INSTITUTE,
Adams st., oor. Hoover at., will open all lis
departments Tuesday, Oct. 24. For further
I particular* apply to MRS. CAROLYN M. N.
! ALDEN, BUO W. Adams st. 11-27 tf
, CCHOOL OF physical TRAINING OWING
O to the fire In the stowell block Miss Alfrey
will receive pupils and applicants at 23i.' a s.
Spring, room 20, uutll lurther notice.
o-:io bra
T~OS ANGELES SCHOOL OF ART AND HE
j sign, Chamber of Commerce building.
Branches, Pomona College and Euclid nveuue.
Pasadena . 10-20-Sm
ASTBI'RY "SHORTHAND"," TYPEWRITING,
ami Itusiness institute. Take olevalor by
People's store. Phillips' block: send for cata
logue. 10-12 12 :n
O lIOR I'll A N"l~ a'nT) - TT'mv RITING -BE.-T
O advanlages. LONGI.EY INSTITUTE, SprllM
and First sts. 4-7 t-t
DARKER si'IIOOL~~OF "fTIoCU TI O N~AND
J. Dramatic Expression, 455 s. BroJadwav.
f -14 tf
IUKUIILMK.
STARTLING REVELATION FREE TEST!
Free test! To all those desiring a sitting:
Mine de Cantor, who has just arrived from the
cast, has taken parlors nt the llollonbeck hotel,
rooms lOuud 11, for the reception of the gen
eral i übllc, w here Indies and gentlemen can
eonsnll this gifted medium on any kind of
business. When you call on Mme. do Camor,
although you are's perfect stranger to her, she
will call you by your name and tell you tho
Object of your v.sit, without you saying a word
to her, and give you information on all your
affairs to your entire sntlsfnciion. Mine, de
Camor wishes It understood tnal she never
takes money In advance, li she don't give
■ you the Information you want, she won't un
der any circumstance's, take any money from
you. Tlie worst skeptics iv Ihe world have
been astonished by her wonderful powers. As
an inducement and to show her sincerity
that she can do w hat she claims, she w ill for
on,' week give sittings to gentlemen tor $2 and
I.ufies for $1. Hoar in mind these prleosare
for->ne week only. Honrs from 10 a, m. toll
p. in.; Sundays and evenings by appointment
I'hose living In the country thai cannot call on
her in person, if they will enclose stamped, ad
dressed cnielope, lock of hair nnd fees, she
wilt by return mail give them inforinat'on
about their affairs. All business strictly pri
vate nnd confidential. N. B. —Mine, de ''amor's
permanent address is Golden West Hotel, San
I Francisco. 10-21 lm
RETURNED- MME SIMMONS, THE GREAT
est clairvoyant and magnetic healer In
J the Ultyteq States, brings tlie separated to
j gother, gives luck lv Itusiness, never known
|to fall; also Ihe best alcohol and mag
netic rubbings, health Invigorating and bcue
i tlelal; also face massage for beaull'vlug the
' complexion. 23.P, s. .--prlng. i !-.*> 7t
KXCUKSIO.V..
Bants Fe excursions to Kansas
. >. st. Louis, Chicago. Neu York
and Boston. I«s've Ixis Angeles every >\ oluos
day; personally conducted ihrough to Chicago
and Boston; family tourist sleepers to Kansas
Cttv and Chicago daily. Low raws and quick
est'tlme. Office, : 2!) N. spring st. 7-1 ■
11H1LLIPS' EAST BOUND EXCURSIONS"
Personally conducted, via Denver nnd Rto
Grande and Rock Island routes; leaves l,c*
Angeles every Tuesday and 1-r day, crossing
the Sierra Nevadas and passing the entire
scenery on the Klo Grande by daylight. Office,
138 S. Spring st. 7-1 tf
TuTist) N~ Z CO' 8 EXcF RS IO Xs" EAST
fl every Monday via Klo Grande route;
through tourist sleepers to Chicago atol Boston,
personally managed. Office, 212 s. spring
slreel, Loa Angeles.
fH YWKH A».
OK. STEPHENS-MAGNETIC HEALER AND
Medical Electrician for the cure of all
diseases. Ollice hours !) till 5; correspondence
by mail. 23U'J S. Spring street, Ixjs Angeles,
Cal. lft-Slmo
RS. DR. J. H. SMiTH rsPECIALT Y7 MI if.
wiferv. Ladiescarcd for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
allended to. Telephone 1 1 I'd. 0-8 11
17t " BLAKEBLEB, M. D~ EYE - AND EAR.
jm Late oi Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary
and t 'hicago Opthalmic* college, tllhec, 2-12' a
s. Broadway. 0-2 if
MRS." D R ~ W FJLIiT OFFICE IN HER BracK
block, 127 E. Third st Specially, diseases
ot women.
Oniiuauce No. 1899 a
fXEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE OF THE \I\YOR AND
conic .I vi t ,o clly of Loa Angeles, declar
ing their intention to improve a portion ol
I'ASADENA AVENUE.
Tho mayor and council of the city of Los An
geles do or-laln as follows:
Bat ion i. T hat the public Interest and eon*
druienoe require, and thai 11 is Ihe intention
of the city counoil of the city of Los Angeles
lo order the following work to lie done, lo wit:
First—That a OS men 1 sidewalk M feel in width
be constructed along the west side of said
PASADENA AVENUE
From the northwesterly corner of Pisa
dona avenue and Wells slreet to the
southerly lino of Roster street; 'excepting
such portions of said street between said
i points along which a cement or a [.halt slde
j walk has been constructed and accepted,) said
I sidewalk to in- constructed In accordnncc with
' specifications on file in the ollice of the city
clerk, said specifications being numbered
! twelve.
Sec. 2. The street superintendent shall post
notice of this work as required by law, and
shall cause said notice to be published for six
dnys in the Los Angeles Daily Herald.
sec. 3. The city clerk bIihII certify to tho
passage of this ordinance aud shall cause the
same to lie published lor two stave In the Los An
geles Daily H kkai.l>, and shall post the same con
spicuously for two days on or near Ihe cham
ber door of the counoil, and thereupon nnd
thereafter ll shall takeeffect und be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance ■
wan adopted by Hie council of Hie city of Los !
. Angeles on the 30th day of October, 1803, by \
! the following vo.e:
Ayes—Messrs. Campbell, Innes, Munson,
Nickel!, Pessell, Slrohmand President Teed (7j.
Noes—None.
C A. LUCKENBACH,
City clerk snd ex-effielo clerk of ihe council
Of the city of Los Angeles*)
Approved this 2d day of November. 1803.
T. E. ROWAN,
11-5 Bt Mayor
Notice of Award of Contract.
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO THE
resolution of award of ihe City Council of
the City of Los Angeles, adopted Get. 30, IS9J,
directing this notice, notion is hereby given
lhat the said City council, in open session, on
the 23d day of October, 181)3, opened,
examined and publicly declared all sealed
proposals or bids offered for the following
work, to-wlt:
First—That a public sewer be constructed
along
UNION A VEX UK,
In said city, from a point 50 feet north of the
north line of First street to the public s.ewer
now constructed in Temple street, and across
all intersections of streets, together with man
holes, lampholes and Hush tanks.
The size of said sewer shall be eight inches
in internal diameter, and be constructed ofsalt
glazed vilrltled pipe, brick, iron and cement.
All of which shall be constructed in accord
ance with the plans and profile on file, in the
office of the city engineer nnd specifications
on Hie in the office of tho city clerk of the
cityof l,os Angeles, Bnld specification*, being
numbered fourteen.
The district to he benefited by the con
struction of said suwer and to be assessed lo
pay the cost thereof, Is hereby declared to lie
all lots and parcels of hind fronting upon said
sewer.
And thereafter, to-wit: On the 80th day of
October, 1803, awarded the contract for
said work lo the. lowest regular responsible
bidder, to-wlt: To John Genella,at the prices
named for said work in his proposal on tile lo
wlt: IKI.IB per lineal foot for the sewer com
plete; nnd that the said award hus been up
provod by the Mayor.
Clerk's office, Los Angeles, CaL, Nov. 5,
1803.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
11-5 2t City clerk of thu city of Los An/rolcn.
VERSES MADE TO ORDER.
A HI SINKSS SPKCIALtW I>.,VoTEi*i
IXI FAMILY BrSKEAVBM ENT.-'.
Ihe Vlrtnoa fit Decline,l Feraolis A»
oroprlataly Commemorated, Kvan
Thirm of Mothers-ln-Law.
A Bhepttcal Itayortar.
A man in thia city liai struck upon ■
novel way to torn au honest dollar.
Hie scheme is baaed upon the desire
of many persons to have ttie virtues oi
relatives recently departed emb.tlmed iv
verae.
lie furnishes io many verses of virtues
neatly printed at so much a verae.
A few days ago a gentleman who had
bst a child by death was tbe recipient
of a neatly addressed letter. It con
tained a prettily printed piece of card
board rimmed about with gilt, appro
priately naonrnfr.l. There were four
verses printed upon tho card which wal
headed: "JtitVMDsjd to the memory
oi , beloved daughter ot ——."
The vercee telvrred to tho lovely
character oi ' tit c oiecd, end how sad
ii was llint « "grim reaper Death"
had chosen M l' 'H'iWs'r," hut that she
now born • "harp ut Ueuven," and her
death ahool'l on aa a "blessing
in disguise."
AeoonpAnylßß "'o card was a little
printed r.irci if v*hieh informed the re
cipient in em naiitly proper phraseology
that the At.oi> c \ ernes were prepared
especially lor hiiu und thatlt was hoped
they would p ove ncceptahle. J[n case
they should not, if the gentleman would
indk'Hte any change that would be ap
propriate, it would be promptly at
tended to. At the close ot the circular
it was etuted that in case tha idea was
acceptable, the price, and it was named,
might ho remitted by poetoAice money
order, postal note or currency.
I'onnti.r last npon liiß bereavement,
tbe idea did not take much shape in tbo
mind of tbe gentleman for a few days,
but be finally determined to turn the
o'ociiuietit over to the newspapers in
illustrating a curious phase of civilisa
tion wl ich has developed in Loa An
geles.
A letter was addressed to tbe number
mentioned in the enclosure, with a view
to procuring a closer view ot the meth
ods and success of the purveyor of
"Remsmbrauces." In the endeavor to
ascertain tho reaourees of the company,
it wae suggested that the writer had re
cently been bereaved of his niother-iu-
IsVsr, a lady ol many estimable virtue?,
and for them to send along some cam
ples of what could be done under such
circumstances.
An answer was received yesterday
after a dny's silence by the company,
it was a grave and dignified rebuke of
the reporter of what wae conceived by
tiit< compnny to be a spirit of levity not
compatible with its purposes.
Tney were not in the business they
bad created for the purpose ot casting
reflections upon mothers-in-law or any
body else. It might be that they were
mistaken in supposing that their cor
respondent was animated by other than
serious thoughts. If co they would be
happy to serve him, and could assure
him that they had some most touching
reflections npon the delicate topic he
bad suggested, which would be fur
nished upon request.
• HERE AND THERE.
It is abont time now for tbe familiar old
item to begin making its appearance
again, saying, "The political pot ie :
beginning to simmer," for tbe poli
ticians are already active preparing ior
tbe next campaign.
An interesting bit of gossip I heard .
recently is in regard to the Republican ,
congressional nomination for this die- 1
trict. ;
*•»
Hervey Lindley will not again seek
tbe nomination, but come of hie friends '
seem to think he has a disponing right I
over it, and it is asserted that he will
throw his influence towards getting the >
nomination for ox-district attorney and
preeeat treasurer of the Whittier Re- '
form school, McLachlan.
f-Some people may imagine tic.i is im
; mensely generous on tbe partof Hervey,
> lor Mr. McLachlan in tbe last campaign
waa suppoaed to be an ardent supporter
of Judge Magee, that able and amiable
Pasadenan, but even with Mr. McLacb
j inn's aaeistance the judge failed to get
i the nomination—which went to Hbrvey.
»*•
Bo it cannot be for political services
rendered that Hervey will espouse the
cause of McLachlan. Oh.no; but sim
ply out of admiration for his good quali
ties, of whicb, by the way, be does
possest several. And Hervey is ap
parently not alone in tbe work, for
a friend of Mcl.achlan'a recently told
me; "Mac is not really a candidate, but
it 1 oke now as if tbe nomination would
be forced upon him. If it comes that
way he will accept, I suppose, but he ia
not working for it."
»*•
While the newspaper men of this city
; fight among themselves and sometimes
call each other pretty bad names, tbey
are, as a class, a set of remarkably
; morally clean men. Tne presence here
:of any members of tbe trade who could
i be guilty of blackmail would not be tol
| crated, a fact which st-ems to have beea
1 appreciated of late.
»*♦
Recent local occurrences show tint
tlie suppression of vice is cot aseifted
by the suppression of news.
Since Mr. Mohr's exposure poker
playing hutbands will have to devise
new narratives explanatory of empty
pockets on returning from a night "at
tho lodge." Mr. Mohr waa plucked at
a poker game anil, wanting a good ex
cuse for his sudden impoverishment,
complained to the police that he had
been robbed by highwaymen.
He should bave gone home and told
his wife he had mot the midwinter fair
lOlioiUnf, committee.
«%
Loonaul (itover, the author-manager
whose company stranded here, should
produce his beßt play. Our Boarding
House, with practicable meals and real
receipted board bills. To show the
vitality and endurance of actors, it is
sufficient to say that sotno of the mem
bers of the broken Wolves of New York
have sought refuge under the Black
Flap, and others have even joined Evans
and Sontsg.
IM lies' Nerve and liver PIIU
i Act on n. new prlnclpls-rogulatlng the liver,
i stomach and bowels through the nerves. Anew
discovery. Dr. Miles' pills speedily cu;e bil
iousness, bad tastes, torpid liver, piles, cousii
pntiou, Unequrtled f.irm.n, women and oHl
dr-;n. Sraallo:, mlide,;',, sur..st Fifty do-ei
25 cents. Stmplos fros. 0. U. Uanoo. 177
North spring. " ' **•!

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