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AJA REWARD FOR INFORMATION THAT w ill lead lo !bc whereabouts of Willie Hughes, who left home in San Francisco about September Ist: worked in vicinity of Fresno about 15 weeks; lias been seen in Bakcrsfichl and loa Angeles; is IS yeara old, blue eyes, light brow n hair, fullness under eves, rather awkward gait, weighs annul 12S pounds; de tention to l<e, secured until communication be had wilh TV. G. HUGHES, 1:730 Califonis St., San Francisco. I l-l*» 71 TF YOl - HAVfTTny PV.OI'I i: n i ol; sM.E. J. lo lease or exchange, I will ►.uarantcc to gt t you customers quicker Ibsn any real estatß dealer in Loa Angeles. I'm a lmstlcr and not here for my health. Send me your list. Ii wtm'l cost rou anvthi tig to do so. Hesi ol ref erences. W. 1* P.| Box 005, km Angeles post office. 10-ao '1 NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER company.will strictly enforce Ihe follow- Ing rules; The hours iorsprinkling are between (i and S o'clock a. m. and '» and 8 o'clock p. m. For a violation of the above regulation the Hater will be shut off and a tine of a?* will In charged before the water will bo turned on again. 8-l7 If DEPOSIT BOXES oFIHE STATE 1 Loan and Trus! company arc enclosed in a fire-prooi and burglar-proof vault, with time locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity; alcoves attached for the private examination j of valuables, with writing materials; a young lady in attendance. 8-1 tf i ESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC monthly medicine for immediate relief for painful and irremilsr menses front \\lmu \rr i causes. For sale by FREEMAN & CARPER, 103 1 K. Spring st. Price, $2 per box. n-9 ly : B' 1G TREE CARRIAGE AND W \i;uN works; all kinds oi painting nr-il repairing. 128 San Pedro st., between Flrat and Second: its., Los Angeles. 7-0 if , qiELEPHONE 489—T0 J. A. WII.cFTrKI.KC- ! JL trie liorso clipper: horses culled for rind t delivered. 117 Winston street, opposite post- j offlce. 11-."> un I HOUSES TO RENT CALL OX j BARXES .1- BARNES. 1 10-1 tf 'J27 W. Second St. , F. SLOPEK, HOUSE MOVF.It, OFEICE, i t 112 Ceuier place. l-lo If « PBKSONAI.. 11 J *"">]"KSOXXL—CtIFFEE, FRESH ROASTED OX c our giant coffee roaster. Java and Mocha, t 3.** c lb; mountain coffee, 25c; germea, 20e; l tolled rye, ltc; tl lbs rolled wheat, 36c; lo lbs t corn meal, lf>c: 17 1 l»s granulated sugar, .fl; i 10 lbs beans, 25c; 3 cans apricots, 25c; ;f cans ! tomalors, 25c: 3 cans roast beef, 26c; 3 pkts i lninceineat, 25c; extract beef, 25c; 4 oars 1 Dinsmore s soap. 2dcj coul oil, Stic; H lbs lard, f 3oc; pork 13Uc; picnic hams, 12' 2 c. i ECONOMIC STOKER, 305 S. Spring at 7-tf 1 IPERSONAL—1 PERSONAL— MRS. PAITKEh" CLAIRVo"? | ant: cousullalions on business, love, mar riage, disease, mineral locations, life reading, j etc. Take Univer.sily electrio/cars.tp. Forre.-ier aye. mid Hoover st., "go west on Fort-ester aye. 3 blocks to Vino si.; second house on Vino west of Vermont are. 8-311 tf i TJERSONAI^RA LlTi BROS.—GoFIi ' AI: „ 1 flour, SI.00; city Hour, 70o; granulated ~ suear, 17 lbs.fl; brown sugnr, SQilbaSl; (libs ~ rolled oats, 25c; sardines, 5 brixes 35c; table fruit. 3 cans 5Hc; Lioii coffee, 25c lb; east- j crn oil, SOe; gasoline, -Oc; 21b can corned i beef, 15c; lard, lOlbsBSc) 5 lbs, DOc. 001 S. Spring st., corner Sixth. 1 Tl* ARRIED" LadlES SAFEGUARD; EAT- | ill ented; no medicine; no equal; money re- s funded if not satisfactory, Bend 10 cents to , LADIES' NOVELTY CO.. Kansas City, Ma ! 8-20 tim PEBBONAL— f of charge. Numbers limited. MUNSON V BHORTHAND SCHOOL, 330W South Spring st 11-11) 2t KESPEcTaBI^E - Li A DIES " OIF"GENTIi:M E N wish to marry, address MRS. COYNE, P. o. :' 134, i ty. 11-11* 7i j' run hunt—BOUHKa IM)H RENT—LONG BEACH, FLYINO FISH 1 cottage, 0 rooms. Ocean aye.. furnished; 1 house s rooms, hard finish, Chestnut streei, iiii-nislicd. Will be rented cheap for the win- c tor. K. B. CUBHMAN, SO4 W. Flrat at 11-14 tl 0 1""OR RENT-0-ROOM HOUBE, 820 8. OLIVE 5 st.; just been put In ft rat-class eondltloii; newly papered, painted, etc. BARNES A: \ BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 11 TD~LET— ON AOPE"BT., NEAR d pleasant rooms; price on It- $15 per month : c tuily 5 minutes'walk from tne i-ourt bouse. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 t\ est Second. 11-20 If ]l»OR RENT—COMPLETELY FURNISHED v lintiKo of 10 rooms, barn, etc; Inquire No. i; 881 South Hill, Or of CALKINS >x fLAPP, 100 1 South Broadway. 11-4 if I7<OH REXT—FINK ROOMS, HOT BATHS ' withnrajcnewly furuished; cheup: private b family: 144 West Twt-lfih street. 11-2iiltJJ c 1/OR REXT—^\~BEAUTIFUi. NEW 5-ItGOM 1 JT cottage on the hills, close in; modern. A. IV. FISHER, 121 X. Boring St. 1 H7 li II '•poTET—FURNISHED FOR HOUSKKFEI 7 - I Ing, small S*room cottage plose in. Inquire 1 210 S. Hroailw a;-. i; :; || ' ruit HUNT— KoV»MM~ - IJIOR RENT— NEWLY-FURNIBHED r3sm 1 for light housekeeping; alio one furnished room ■unable lor one or iwo gentlemen or man I and wife. 330 Buena Vista st. f one-hall block J from court iiouse. 11*10 7t Ij5OR RENT-A I'LEASAN-FItOOM Willi < board in jirivate family for « nlleinan nnd 1 c< wife; lilce location and best table the murkei w can afford. Address N. '£~ Herald, 11-ll tf b npo LET-TWO NICELY FURNISHED !' 1 rooms. References required. 723 s. mil '" street. 1140 yi ;c ' •V"ICELY FURnTsH iHi ROOMS AT~THE R A> Parker,424 W. Fourth st. 10-21 lm r , ail) LEI' - PLEA SA NT FURNISH feD ' BOOMS * l'llO S. Hope st. I l-il) FOB si£M-)i I- 1 KI.t.AM nil.. Si l/ol t"l< X NT—A UAL i' A'iTa Nil i'l' J ranches, orange riiuebes, ranches of sll IFJ descriptions a specialty. List yourrai :'hes lor sale or rem with K. P. CULLEN it Co., Mliiuo- S Sols hciidiilliirlers, 237 W. Firs! St. 111-2li-li ArTIIIiMIYS. a' tav "c.' huntei;, \ nu!;\i.v"\ r i. '.'•., 1; fl Brysou-Boutbrake block. Telephone ."■->. Practices in ,-..1 the courts, stale and federal. i 7-1 tf ' ACOiiDkll lI.'L'VU VKItiTTDKAIiItoKN at • street, Chicago, III.: 20 years'exiwrlenoe; cl secrecy; special facilities in several states. Goodrich 011 Divorce, with lews of nil siaics, in — Pff ts : , '- 4tt ( JOHNSTONE JONES, ATTORNEY-AT-TXwT. dl fl No. «, Law building. 135 Temple street pa near court house. Tel. 108, Los Angeles, CaL A. 11-12 tf nUNBACKEB A- GOODRICH, LAWYERR J rooms 103 and lot, philips block, corner li, bluing aud Franklin streets. Telephone 1120. i t 7-iiu I) J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; "sPi/ IA L' AT- I** It. tention given to the settlement of estate*, ai lift West First st 4-i; If \\*.M. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 11 room 3. Allen block, Temple and Spring «t reels 2-a 11 •» __lKOPOl>l>'l\ — MISS C. STAFFER, CIMItOPODIST AND r musseuse, 211 W. First St., opn. Nadeau. in 12 31 li ' 4 1 HELP WANTED- MALE. EN FOR OCR~IWOR (Tinme) plates, house numbers and signs; readableln the darkest'night; $5 to Silt) per day easily made in any territory; sample cases free; write at once to Electric Name Plate com pany, 00 Case st., Chicago. tf Ty ANTED — ORGANIZERS — GOOD LIVE 11 men or women to organize lodges lor Sexennial League, a first-class fraternal and beneficial order. For particulars apply to X C. CUMMINS, I). 8, P., State Organizer, room 7, 175 N. Spring st. 11-14 lin TyAXTKD—ALL NEFDIXC, HELP, Fit XX 11 employment or any Information, address E. NITTfNGEICs BUREAU, established ISHO. office, aim, s. Spring at.: residence, 451 s. Hope st., corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele phone 113. 8-10 tf PETTY. HUMMEL & CO., EMPLOYMENT I agent*. 181-1 tig w. Firal st.. Telephone 50!». under the Los Angeles National bank. Help o( all kinds cart-fully selected and furnished. Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-0 tf pITY AND clvf NTY~OFFICIAL FREE - LA- V bor bureau, 240 New High st. Telephone 1153: for conk*, waiters, household help, me chanics and laborers. \V. A. WHITE, Manager. 11-10 tf TIT ANTED—A STEADY,' REM A RLE MAN 1? to solicit: Salary and porfaiilaie plan. Address ".lames," Herald office. 11-1 S»-'JI IV/ANTED HOYS. LOS A NOELEsV) I STltl('T II TELEGRAPH CO., North Mains!. tM-.:lt H-LP WAKTrD-rKMAI.It. ty ANTED--BY A LADY POSITION AS Tl housekeeper, companion or care of in \alid. Address L. 441! s. Itroadwav, city. 11-19 at \\'TnTED—LADIES TO LEA~RX MAtfA " curing. Tuition hnlf price. Apply at roimi 28, 21 I W. Second sr. 1 1 11) 7t WAKTKP -AGINT*. \G E ?«T8- SAL AKY OR COM MIS9IO N. Til E greatest invention of the age. The New Paient chemical Ink Erasing Pencil. Sells on light. Works like magic. Agents are making I i"in lo Ifl'j.'i per week, lor further partic ilarawrite ihe Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co. X 315 La Crosse. Wla. 10-31 l-.n WANTtP-SITt! ITIONfI. I WANTED si I'l ATION , Ell HEiTtOWN OR connlry, with luce responsible people, is companion, vftcond girl, widower's house- Keeper, or housework in a sini.il family, by in hones!, Industrious, respectable and refined :niddh--agcd woman. Address, with terms, \MERICAX, box 122, Monrovia, Cal. 11-10 31 \\' ANTED SITUATION BY A YOUNG COL II orcd man, recently from Atlanta, Ha. ; will accept auy kind of work lo make an hon. ittllvlßgj wife and two children dependent in bis lunor; t an give tbe best of references, adofeaa Wante i, Vox -to, Herald. 11 14 tf IV ANTED Sll I ATUiN Volt MAN AN I) rl Wife, either oil a lunch or with a private family; man handy at any work, and woman sa tirst-class cook: both'have besi of refer jnce. Address J. X., I*>x 50, Herald othce. 11-15 7t ITTTANTED SITUATION BY AX EXPERI ?t cnced dressmaker; original designs; fives perfect rii: wedding troussc-nus a specialty; fill go out by day. Call at Upham block, oom ,i, 307' : W. Second st. 11-111 7t II • ANTED-POSITION BY SOBER AND RE -11 liable man as bookkeeper, collector or )erk: references. Address Reliable, box 40, ferald offlce. 1 1 - 7 7t WAMin-Mtst 1t1.1..' NMIIS. WAN TED—TO BORROW" $3000 FORGONE year on 32 acres adjoining the city on he north; has 8000 blue gum trees on it four cars old; will pay interest, at 10 per cent per niiiiin on $10,000: nlso #2500 on -10 acres nd- Dlning the Klysian park, ior two years: has on t 4000 blue ginn trees four years old thai will iay 10 per cent interesl pi*r annum on #50OO: lso #2 00 on 31 acres, for three years, that his 4000 blue gum trees on it four years old hat w ill pay 10 per cent interest per annum v #5000; the grow th of the WOOd in a bine nu! grove is at least 90 cents per annum on ach iree, which would nearly double the tmveestnhate; also, for sale, tlx 10-acre lots, Ufa from 1200 to 2500 four-year-old blue urns on each lot: part of each lot is valley nnd artott the hill; the very best winter vegda le land, comparatively '(dear of frost; one of heaelots%Ul make a splendid home, with an icome now of #250 to #500 per annum, owing > the nunsber of trees; a man may raise chtek n-, turkeys, hogs or cows without being dis nrbed by city ordinances; only three miles rOm center ot the city; a good road nnd In the car future will be 'in demand tor building ols; will *ell llio-e lots at front $lnO to #3' o ier acre, owing to number oi trees on each lot; >nc-hulf Cash, balance on time BS agreed on. tpply to J. W. POTTS) owner, 810 Waterloo treet. 11-7 if 11* ANTED—YoC ALL Tl i KSi )W TH AT 1 F 1 t you want to buy or sell, anything from a igar store to a gold mine, you will find us eady ami anxious to receive you, for we have line and well-selected list and are well ac ualnted with the city and country, and im tell you what you want to know' about rerythlng from chicken raising to gold min is. Call end see us. STOVER it OLIVER, -4' a s. spring. ItttV ft ,Y T ANTED — BY* A , YOUNG MARRIED It couple, two or three furnished room* for glit housekeeping; will be permanent if ttasfactory arrangements can be made: some rivale fnmily having more rooms than neces try for themselves will find congenial com any with the advertisers; references ex hanged; central location preferred: state •cation, price, etc. Address PERMANENT, OXSHS, Los Angeles. 10-23-tf .V* ANT EI) WE WANT YOC TO TELL YOUR It friend* to come over to our house, and ie what a line list of properly of all kinds we aye for sale and Irnde, nnd we will try oar t'st to make you happy. You will And us 124!* s Spring st, room 1. BTOVEB & LIVER. 11-11) 2t 1 * ANTED TO I' I itCHASE ~A~I .OT WI!sT l> of Figucroa, north of Washington and ist of Alvurado; also one west of Pearl, north t Ph'o and east ol Alvarado; must lie liar sins; nO Agent*. Address W. L. P., P.O. Box U6, city. 10-90 tf J|7 ANTED—A PARTNER WITHHjiBoWTO It invest In a paying project, In which there re no chances of loss anil profits large. Party ..■siring lo ileal must furnish evidence of good haracter. Address D, Berald office. 0-23 tf ,1 * A N TI: D - 1.1 ST YoI iI pliol ■ E R T1 FOR It sale with ate, 1 have buyers ami am in ant of lots, houses, acreage and businesses i nil purls. HENRY J. STANLEY, 242 S. roadway, nextJbltyhaU 11-8 lm 17 ANTED—TO "PURCHASE A LOT IiOUTH ii west; will pay from $400 to $000; must • a bargain. Address W. I. P., P.O. box 5(15, it*. 10-22 tf \* ANTED-MAN WITH $2500 TO PtfSk it chase half interest in a desirable Inven on; fortune In it. Address E., Herald office 11-23 tf gTANTEI)— TO BUY BBEiTIN BOXES OR fl hives. J. H. MILLER. 48d s. Chicago it 11-10-21 KDU CATION A L, ' OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE J AM» ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL (Incorporated), i l I South Main street. Largest and best equipped business training 1 lon the coast. Thorough and practical noses in the commercial, shorthand, tvpe riting, telegraphy, assaying and nil English ■ttnehes. Large, able and mature faculty of structure. Day ami evening sessions, terms ssonable. Call at office, or write for elegant •talogue. E. F. SHItADF.R, President; F. W. li.r-.'.Y, Vice-President; 1. L. IXsKEEP, Sec tary, y-lti ly -HE WOODBURY PI SlNEfffl "COLLEGE, AT present located in Illinois Hall, curlier xtli nu.i Broadway, w ill remove Nov liotli lo i old quarters in theStowell block, 220 Mouth • ring. The college rooms will be rein'deled id refurnished with elegant new (urntturoof c latest design. Catalogue free. HOUGH <£ iLKEH, Proprietors, 5-1 ly CUOOLFOH PHYSICAL TrTiNING WILL ' return tq, the Stowell block, 220 s. spring, •comber Im. classes for children, misses id matrons. Department of elocution. For rUculars address Ml.-s NORMA ALFHEY. 0-30 lilll 1 1 P.I s' COLLEGIATE" BCjfool, —i[sl vf. I Tenth st; Mi - Parsons and Miss Per m, principals; collegiate, acadentic, prcpay ory and primary departments; afternoon isses for ladies; private instruction given. 14-9 •ASA DE ROSAS, FRoUBEL INSTITUTE, l Allan:: -1., cor. hoover ,t., will open all Its partmelits Tuesday, Oot 2-1. For further «it'll In rs apply lo MRS, CAROLYN M. N. 4)EN,SuOw, Adams St. 0-27 tf OS AM. ELES sen oi )L OF ART AND~nE t sign, i bamber oi Commerce building, anohes, Pomona College and Euclid avenue. SBdelia 10-2!)-3m BORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING-BEST advantages. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, Spring d First sts. j-7 t-f £*RS SCHOOL or ELOCUTION ANP Dramatic Expression,4ss a iiroadwav. . -.1 ti ' At lllllllD. •REE TO ALL - OR dained spiritual iniiiistor, will give read *» ••!>'• plritual blessings; also heu! Ihesi.'k. I S. 1':11st. 11-1071 LOS ANGELES TIERALDi MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20. \m B M.AINS IN KVAL KST4TI^^ ESTATE SNAPS. PERUSE THIS LIST OF BARGAIN* THEY CAN'T RE RKAT. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOME OR AN OPPORTUNITY TO MARK MONEY? THEN REAL THIS LIST CAREFULLY. THERE IS BIG MONEY IN' EVERY ITEM MENTIONED. FOR PALE—SIIOO-HOUSE AND LOT ON Siehold Nt. t Brooklyn tract. $3000/- House ami lot, 7 rooms, on Jackson street, Two houses and lots on Jackson si.; 5 roonw each. 9800 Fine lot on Brooklyn Heights, 50x250 feet: splendid location. •■"> ' Fine lot in Brooklyn tract; this is a Mouse and lot, Turner and Yigncs sts.: 1 his is a snap. !»! :tOO— Corner lot, Turner and Center st*. Every one oi the ahove-mentioned are good ■peculation*. Don't lose any time in M*elng them, lor they won't be on the market very long. SALE—S2SSO-£l5OO CASH, BALANCE <nic venr at 10 per cent, house 5 rooms, pantry, "hath, eloseis, etc.; lot 50x140, to *JO -foot "alley; on First-st. cable line, Boyle Height:-, v.st of power house; cement walks, hedjre, flowers, c c.; no lawn, as it is a new place; - pressed brick mantels, gas, hot aiid ■old water, porcelain bath tub; (dumbing cost £3-5; room upstairs for - large rooms, but not Inished; window shades and linoleum go with House: this is the biggest bargain ever offered it this ci y; the above is ea>llv worth $3250 at east; it is a snap and should be taken advant ige oi at once. SALE OR TRADE-THE FOLLOWING property in Nipomi, San Luis Obispo ■onnty: B.W. ball of lot 2, block 6, 50 fee; front. S.W. pari of lots 5 and 1, block 'J, 50 feet rout. a\V all of lot 1. block 3, 100 feet front. W. half Of lot 4, block 0, 50 feet front. W. halt of lot 0, block 8, 50 feet front. Part of lots 2 ami t>, block H, 5 feet front. In Mutchiiin «fc Cahill's subdivision, lot 11, >lock 1, and lot 14, block 1 ; also lot 13 in sub -11 vision of lot 24, anil 10 acres. The above rill be sold very cheap or exchanged. 4 20-FOOT BUSINESS LOT ON THE MAIN V street of San Jaeinto. Ihe business center; liis should be snapped a t; just Imagine, for the iiihll sum of .f*HK>. Also several rcsidonee lots n San Jacinto from JfoO up. Also acreage west f the town from #150 an acre; all clear of iu umbrance. ' 10 AND 20 ACRE PIECES INSA \ JACINTO. } Ituiblings on some; artesian wells on all of ie property; also fenced: will be su id on the lost rea>onable prices. TIOR SALE-AT SANTA MONICA, "THE I F Long Branch of the Pacific," a neat, new modern cottage and lot 50x 1 .•: .Cso several good lots upon which houses will be built to suit purchasers. tifeJKRA—FOBfIAWE—LOT ON SOUTH BRENT j tstjV)U St.. near Temple; street graded: lot Hi, block!!*, L. A. Improvement Co.'s subdi- I vision: this is a rare bargain. FOR EXCHANGE—A SMALL HOUSE AND lot in Larkin, Kearney county, Kan,, which cost $1200: will trade for Loa Angeles prop erty or good ranch property worth #2300 or #3000; will pay cash difference. TT'OR EXCHANGE—BO ACRES o XIM PROVED 1 in Kearney county. Kansas, about two miles from ftartlaod; will trade for Los An geles county property. I -'OK SALE—HERE IS SOMETHING GOOD * in Visalia: Several lots, also houses aud lots, in the above thriving town, and a 12-aero farm near the saute place, wltn good buttd ings; w ill ,sell at reasonable prices or trade; wouhl not object to taking live slock (nogs 0T cattle) part payment. I have some Tulare county property which I will dispose of on the aaiae conditions. TjsOß SALE —THIS IS REALLY A RIG SNAP. y House of four rooms, lot 50x140, street graded, near electric cars. Firsi-elass loealitv. Price, #1500; #000 cash, balance in two years. rODGING HOUSE FOR SALE OF 24 ROOMS, j within 3Vj blocks oi the city hall; house elegantly furnished throughout, with ail mod em improvements; new furniture; best loca tion in ihe city; two years' lease; low rent; will sell reasonable; nil of the rooms are rented;; good reason for selling. This is an excellent buy. FOR SALE—HOI'SE AND LOT IMPROVED, 50x380. on Aliso street.; house of four rooms, hall, closets, marble mantle, bard lin- Ished, etc., with outhouse: big yard; a bargain. Y7IOR SALE—ON MAIN STREET, NEAR 1 Fifth Street; building anil lot; siae oi lot 70x105. Two story brick building, 70x70, four stores on ground floor, 20 large rooms, ull rented to good tenants. This is a splendid investment. 1 80S SALE OR EXCHANGE—A TWO-STORY I"' bouse of seven rooms on Patten street be* ttweoD Temple and Bcllevue avenue; lot 50x 150: all modern improvements; burglar alarm, gas and electric bells; elevation 150 feet above Main st.; Hue view; near cable line. IJIOR BALE—ON HILL ST., NEAR EIGHTH » st., house, and lot 00x105; bouse of 11 rooms ami bath: rooms nil papered; hot nnd cold water, electric bells, etc. Everything of ihe lutest improvements! mi elegant home'; tine lawn. gJV'U SALE Oil EXCHANGE FOR LOS AX- X 1 geles county property, ten acres at East Riverside; good land and water; also barn and small house. BtOR SALE OP. EXCHANGE FOE LOS AX- X? geles county property, house and Jot on the corner oi Third ana G streets, San Bernar dino; si;:u ol lot, 50x280; house, hard finished, of five rooms, pantries find cellar; good burn for two horses, hay and wagon , good artesian water. ITIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE — UXIXCUM bered Suit Lake City, Utah, property for Los Angeles county property, 1 -toil SALE—TWENTY ACRES OF LAND LO -1 cated near Downey; nicely improved; about t"ii acres in orange ami deciduous fruit; good house, barn, windmill ami tank, alfalfa, euculypttts grove; this is a beautiful place for it perfect coui.try home. ITtOR SALE—IOO ACRES FOOTHILL LAND J at Eat Riverside Of will exchange for Los Angeles county property. I/OR BALE-—TWO NEW SIX-ROOM COT- F tages, baths and eloeets on X, 98th st., 100 feet front Main street; cement sidewalk; size o' iots, 50x125; will sell at #2050 each. ADDRESS "PAT.," BOX 50, HERALD .'V office, and 1 will call and see you. I'm tool uey lo have an office. Time all taken up "rustling" insc ling and exchanging property from Alaska to Florida ana Maine to Califor nia. Best of reference, if not satisfactory. Aou't deal with me. il-lotf I7*OR SALE —HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS, good X barn .mil outbuildings, cverythiug'mndern, improvements, nice lawn. This beautiful place is oti the clean side of Twciity-firsi street, md is a line deal at $4000—#1000 cash, bnl incc eusy lerins at 8 per cent. We have houses, lots and land in all parts of the city nnd nitry, in <iuulity, quantity and price, ii you will call In aud let us tell you tt lull we have Unit we have personally investi gated, we will liiitke youfeel at home! ' STOVER .t OLIVER, IMB 2t 124., South Spring St. I,t< Ht SA LE -TH is'lti" RE A LEV A BIG SX aF 1 lion eof four rooms, lot 50x110, slrect graded, near electric oaf*, Firßt-closs loealitv. Price, $1500; #0 o cash, balance in two rear.- Address, BARGAIN, box SO, Herald rfgjM. U-3 tf FOR HAI.K IOITY PROPBKTY. UOR SALE OR EXCHANGE — BY JOHN H. CtiXE, 4 Bryson Block, 11 acres of the finest land in Ix>s Anteles county; abiindanec of waier; S-room house, stables, sheds, etc.; 200 olive trees; 300 flfs, 3D plum, 350 French prunes, 35 pencil, tonpricot, 10 almond, 120 oranges, 75 lemons, lOOOolives ready to set out: is located In the irostless belt and only 13 mi es from the city. Price, $5500; will take one-half rash, balance Improved property in or near city. f ——- 5 acres in same loealion: 5-room liousc; abund ance of water; a miscellaneous assort ment of fruit trees; stone cellar; stable and other sheds. Price, * .'5OO. seres at Sants Barbara, with tine residence of 7 rooms, stable un«i other sheds; arte sian well; 180 lemon trees, 15 orange, 6 lig, 20 peach, 1 1 pear, s. plum, 4 prune, 4 loquot, 15 apple, 8 i tnrine, 2 persim mon, 21 waluui, 15 apricot, 3 oulnco, a large lot of pampas plumes. Will ox change this for Los Angeles residence in west ox southwest. Price. 00000. 380 acres Santa Barbara county; abundance of water: soil excellent nnd Rood f.»r any kind of fruil; tins is unimproved; will ex change this ior hind in Loa Angeles county, Porris, San .iHciuto, Winchester, Bedlands, or other property in San Hcr nardino, San Diego or Itiversidecountit's; near railroad but away from the coast; no town lots wanted. Price :f4O per acre. [K> acres at Ftiwanda: near railroad station; to exchange for Los Angeles property. Price, fOOPO. 100 acres — South Riverside; abundance of water; all fenced; 2 bouses; cor als; 2 miles from railroad station: convenient to church and schools. 17 acres at the Palms: lo exchange for city property. Price, if 1700. 10 acres at El Monte, lo exchange for city property. Price, !r"5;/00. 100 acres at Ferris to exchange for city prop erty. Price, HtSOOO. 1I»0 acres, Tutarc, to exchange for Los Angeles property. Price. *10,000. 100 acres, San Jacinto, to exchange for otner property. Price, if4OOO. 0 acres, Alhambrn, highly improved; will take '„ cash, balance trade, Price, 500. 0 acres, Penis, improved, to exchange for alfalia land. Price, SJSOOO. 40 acres, Lordsburg, improved, to exchange for alfalfa ranch. Price, $12,000. oo acres, aUainora, improved somewhat; to exchange for Los Angeles property. Price, if'3ooo. 0 acres, Westminster, to exchange ior city property. Price, ISIBOO. 1110 acres, Humphrey's station: improved somewhat; to exchange for city property. Price, #1000. 4500 acres, Visalln; income $20,000 a year. Price, $200,000. 17 acros—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. SO acres—Peimdaie, 40 exchange for city prop erty. Price, #1000. 100 acres in Fresno county, highly improved: no trade. Prke, $20,000, on terms to suit. 100 acres just outside city limits, to exchange for business property; will assume a reasonable incumbrance. Price, #25,000. 100 acres at Lancaster to exchange for other property. Price, $1000. 53 acres at Eagle Rock, highly improved; part cash, balance trade. Price, #10,000. 20 ncres at Clearwater. Price, $1000. Terms to suit. 40 acres at Workman Station, on the Terminal railroad, to exchange for city residence. Price, $0000. 00 ncres nt Westminster, to exchange for city proporty. Price, $4coo. 100 acres at Monterey, to exchange for Los Angeles property, like, $1000. 40 acres at Dow ney, to exchange for Kansas property. Price, #8000. 10 ncres at Ontario, highly improved, to ex change for Los Angeles property. Price, # 10,001). £0 acres at Reiilands, highly improved, to ex change for Los Angeles business or resi dence property. Price, #8„00. JOHN 11. COKE, 4 Bryson Block. 11-19 2t frOR SALE LOT ON W INFIELD STREET, NEAR UNION AVE-S37V si reel graded, cement walks; must be sold at once. ODEA .V HARK, 11-4 tf li>3 8. Broadway 3~jT) 1 uu\ —FOR SALE, A BLOCK OF 21 01.-.»M)vr lurge-si/.e and very desirable residence lots a little west of Pearl between nth and Eleventh streets; lots alllevel and will double in value in one year. Price, #12,01111. Here is a speculation. NOLAN" A: SMITH, 228 West Second. 11-20 tf l/OP. SALE—BARGAINS: HOUSES. X #050 -3 rooms; near cur line. $1100—.5 rooms; close in. #1200 -1) rooms; near cur line. #100') -5 rooms; nearear line. E. s. FIELD, 139 South Broadway. 11-19 tf [MIL SALE— A NEW MODERN BUtSS-RooM 3? residence in southwest part of city, near Twoiilv-tliird sireei and convenient to the University electric line. Price, $1300. NOLAN .v SMI 1 11, 22S West Second. 11-20 tf SCI I VIA—FOR SALE—NEW S-ROOM HOUSE *tr lal ft 1 on Victoria street; monthly pay- I incuts #15. ALLISON BARLOW, wfl West | Second st. 0-21 tf I/OK SA LB PROPERTY FOR I" 1 sale or rent wilh K. P. CULLEN A CO., Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st. 10-1 tf • "OP. sA EE FOR' # 050 WILL SELL YOU A 1 lot ami build a bouse of 4 rooms on Brook lyn Heights; #200 cash and #15 per month. E. It. 'ill t; ELK ELD, lias. Broadway. 11-18 31 DROPERTY 4>F~ ALL ~ X I NDS S~OLD AND X exchanged. B. WHIT E, 221 West First st. 10- 15 tf RE All M V AD. IN~BUSI .VEBS OIM'ORTUNI- Iies. li. WHITE, 221 IV. Firsts!. 1,-12 tf ft UK ►> v 1 d-Jllsi;iU,i.A sKoiJ». TTNOR' 8A oTuTFIT," CHEAp'foR I s cash, including new wagon specially tit led out with water casks and other Implo ments. inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson block. 9-24 tl 17OR SALE—ONE- VICTOR PNEUMATIC TIRE V Safely or trade OA lot dose in and wagon, 759 S. Main. 11-19 7t 1 sol; SALE THOROUGHBRED WATER V spaniel pups at 027 Banning street. 11- 19 31 Ptilt s \ LX—OLD PAPER 1 IN QUANTITIES X to suit al this olllce. VoSiFk alios s" C' lON KA D "BCHERER, I ■ KAN ITE, BITUMIN -1 uus und usphalt paving; 237 W. Firsts!. | FOX RAIS-DITY PUOFKRTY. ADAMS, ROl 207 West Second street. 10 acres San Fernando, In bearing budded oransres, lemons and other fruits, under Irriga tion; easy payments; #3000. 37 acres at Ccrrltoa station. 20 acres in al falfa, i> acres in fruit; rich hull with water; would make line poultry ranch; #4500. 00x140, west side Union aye.; good 7-room house': hot and cold water: closets in every chamber; piped for gas; electrle hell-; modern conveniences; cement walks; good barn; pow ers, shrubbery; #3700. 50-foot front, south >ld* Clinton; good .1 room house; nice home: cement walks; garden, lawn, fruit, flowers; #1800. 22 acres 9 miles from city; 12 shares good water right; good 4-room hard-finished house; corn crib; chicken corral; small orchard; No. 1 land for alfalfa and grapes; cash, #221 HI. 11-19 if OOCNTKY PItOPIKTY. yoK SALE—S2OOO BUYS 5 ACRES OF r choice laud near I'nlversitv: house of 4 rooms, bam and all kinds of outbuildings, llowlngwell. This is the best land Investment of its slse in this county; It will make a hand some liome, a good living, neat bank account mid double lv value In 12 months. Price, I*2ooo, one-half cash, balai cc yean at S per sent; If you want a tine home thai the cltv will lake In Its limits in a short lime, look this no mid be convinced. STOvER „ OLIVER, 12 l' j -outli spring, Room I. 11-iO 21 is C- FOIf"sALE--00<K) ACRES OF GOOD Qlt) bind Rultahle for large stock farm, only t few miles from lxis Angeles: price as a w hole •nly #15 per acre, or will sell in tracts of l«O0 0 res and upwards. Quite a portion of this land Is aslo good for most kinds of fruit. NO LAN A sM ITII, 22S West Second. 11-20 tf ho A— FOR 8A L_—A HOC f 1000 AC RES TiMJl' good land near Riverside suitable for toy kind of fruit, Willi good wator right; a imall fortune lv it as a speculation for suli iividing into small homes: price only 800 per tcrc. NOLAN a SMITH, 338 West Second. 11-20 tf &£IY FO~R~BALE-27iiTACHES VERY FINK ITtIU land only a few miles from the city; 11 icres lv apricots; some alfalfa and corn on Ihe >lece; about U of this tract Is ihe linest nat ual alfalfa land In the county; price only .fill) leracre. NOLAN „ smith,'22B West Second. 11-20 it 1^0 R SALE—I7O ACRES FINE ORANGE, vine or olive land, adjoining the eel c bra ted ,'ache winery at Hrookslde. near Redlands; l.ls Is ihe very choicest land In that neighbor lood in the market; all or part; price, if 12,500; ermseasy. For particular* see A. C. tiOLSII, <7 8. Broadway. s-;totf 17 OR sTle — FIRST-CLASS PEC I IH'OUS* V fruit lands at panic prices; #25 per acre, vith one inch ot water too acres; to per acre ash, balance on lime at 0 per cent Interest, .all at once and see HUBBARD „ LOVE, 120.. .Spring st. 11-lo tf " id JVW \~ ro R SAI ' K jA heai itifcl 10 -[jMl-IWw acre navel orange orchard at Oh" ario, 0 years old and in bearing: price only W5OO. K'OLAN _ SMITH, 228 West Second. ,-r-_ 1 1-20J r<OR EiaJJt—FINE" 1 jESIT> X NCI I' ROl E ItTY c in Pasadena; rents for if 1100 per annum; ets over 10 percent; the best bargain in the ounty. K. P. CCLI.EN _ Ct)„ Minnesota head- Darters, 237 W. First st. 10-29 tf D>OH~BA I.E--TisT YOUR ' PItOPr.RTY FOR 1 sale or rent with k. p. ccllen _ co., liuuesota headquarters, 237 West First st. O-lo tf _»OR SALE -3 ACRES CHOICE LAND NEAR V the city. E. K. VAN DOR E.N, 10-1 If- 304 Yt'. First st >KAII MY All. IN HI SINESS OFI'ORtTJn- X ity 8. WHITE, 321 W. First St. 11-12U' VOKjB^JB—ILIVK BTOOK. t UCTION SALE AT WESTMINSTER A Y Stables, 110 ami lis E. Fourth st., Los Angeles, mi Thursday, Nov. 23, : SIM, lit It) a. in., of 25 head of young, sound and city-broken horses., consisting of gents - roadsters, family surrey, delivery and general-purpose horses, and all will be sold without reserve: the stock w ill be open to public inspection on and after the 22d a; ihe w estminster Stables. LEHMAN * KA ST ENS, Managers. E. W. NOVES, Auc lionecr. 11 -17 7t FOE EXCHANGE. 17>0R EXC?f?tNGE—TWO COTTAGES AT Boyle Heights, worth $2500, and cash, for house and lot southwest; SO acres good olive or lemon laud ami cash for house and 10l In this city; 120 acres good fruit land, with water, vi Monte Vina, for improved eltv pro[> erty; two-story building, with store and 15 rooms, stable, etc., on Workman st. for house and lot southwest. See F. A. HUTCHINSON, 213 W. First st. 11-11 tf vi«)nflf V—FOlt EXCHANGE - -10 ACHES nr«."U" good land in the Lankerthlm ranch; Httv kind of fruit except orange-; to perfection; fuice if2OOO-, dear; will trade ior house nnd lot in the city. NOLAN A SMITH, 22S West second. 11-20 tt 17»OR "EXCHANGE - FOR EASTERN OK Northern California income property, 20 acres in this city, covered with full beitrlng trees; desirable" for subdivision; manes too lota; has street car and electric light. REID a CO., 120 W. First st. 10-25 tf "ij'Oß PROPERTY J? in Chicago Hnd Santa Monica; also acrcuge in San Fernando, for good vacant lots here. E. a FIELD, 139 S. Broadway. 11-10 if trrtOH EX CHANGE—LEMON TREES FOR X acreage; will plant out and nttend to them. Apply, S. H., i.ox 373, Redlands. ' 11-111 Ist. LOST AND I/O CM). LOST-DARK BROWN SHETLAND PONy] about 4 feet in height: clipped; rooehed: white star in forehead; white on inside of right hind foot above hoof; #5 reward for re turn to ALBERT M. STEPHENS, 133 S Hill street 11-1!) If i) ACIFIC LOA N COMPANY, (INcokpokaTED). Loans money in tiny amounts on all kinds of collateral securities, dia monds, jewelry,senlskius, merchan dise. etc. Also on pianos, iron nnd steel safes, and professional libra bries, without removal; nnd on fur niture in lodging, boarding houses nnd hotels, without removal. Par tial payments received. Money quick. Business confidential. Pri vate office for ladies. W. E. DEGROOT, Manager, 8-29 ly Rooms 2, 3 A: 4, 114 S Spring St. MOX E V TO LOAN OR DIAMONDS, .IKWEL ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live slock, carriuges, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security, LEE Bltos, i-18 lv 402 s. Spring st. \vFANfED-MOSEY TO LOAN-CAN PLACE v t loans on best real estate security at high est rules. Wanted, several sums from $500 to $11,000. ODEA & BARR, 103 S. Broadway. 11-18 tf ONEY TO l"saN _ "o"n GOOD SECURITY. ANDERSON, 211 W. First st. 11-11 lm rpoToAX—#2SoioOU~AT~G PER CENT NET. 1 Apply to JOHN L. PAVKOVH 11, loom 15, 211 West First. 11-11 tf _ IvXOUKNIO.V-.. iNE DAY SAVED BY TAKING i ;-4jg» , / Santa Fc excursions to Kansas lS* l >WVj4(|P<'itv, Si. Louis, Chicago, New York and Boston. I.cave Los Angeles every Wednes day; .personally conducted through to Chicago and Boston; family tourist sleepers to Kansas City aud Chicago dally. Low rates and Quick est time, office, 129 N. Spring st. 7-1 m I>! I! I .l.i P.-V ~E AST "'Bm'NlT" EXCCRSI. iXS. - 1 Personally conducted, via Denver and Rio Grande and Rock Island routes; leaves Los Angeles every Tuesday and Friday, crossing thu sierra Nevndas and passing the entire scenery 011 the Rio Grande by daylight, olllce, 138 S- Sluing St. 7-1 If UDBON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST every Monday via Rio Grande route; th rough* lou rlsl sleepers to Chicago and Boston, personally managed. Olllce, 1412 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles. HHYsiICIANn. RS. DR. J. 11. SMITH. SPECIALTY, Mll> wtfery. Ladies cared for during conllnc ment at 727 Bcllevue avenue. Calls promptly attended to. Telephone 1119. 0-8 li iT. STEPHENS, • MAGNETIC HEALER, obesity and all diseases of either sex, es pecially those peculiar to ladles; hours, 9 to 5. j::ii'.. S. Spring st., Los Angeles. 11-8 lm IV 111. \ X LSI.EE, M. D., EYE AND EAR. li. Late of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary and Chicago Opthttlutic College, olllce, S. Broadway. 9-2 tf M""rS."'|iß. WEIJI.S-OFFiCE IN HER BRICK block, 127 E. Third st. Specially, diseases 01 women. UKNl'lltrs. 188J—Established—1882. DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND First streets, Wilson block; take elevator Gold Crown and bridge work a specially; teeth extruded without pain. Room i. m-4 tf DR 8." TOLH U RST, DENTIST," 108).; N. Spring street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Paiulesa extraction. 0-20 tf tJIRANK STEVENS, 32112 SOUTH SPRING ST. X 1 Open Sunday and evening by electric light. D~R. PARKER, DENTIST, 120', WEST FIRST 1 stt-Sftt, WOS tt >, BUSINESS OPPOJtTI'J.-ITIKS; B ESI NESS CHANCES FOR SALE BY STOVER * OLIVER. I 124' j South Spring st. ■tSO— Fruit Store, paying well #300-Cigar stond; good location. #7 o—Fruit and groceries: good location. ' Rent for store and 8 living rooms, #25 a month. $400-The best restaurant In the city; fine range, all well titled up; good trade; splendid location: paying well. Reasons for selling must go east at once. Thin is a snap for a res taurant man. $130— Candles and notions. $1000—Saloon; good corner; good trade. Cheap rent. #2300—Groceey store; all ncnt and nice; good trade. Rent reasonable. This will la-ar closest investigation. $3SO-ltooming house; nice location: 18 nice sunny ruorns; close lv. lhlslsagood deal. $275—Fruit, cigars and candies. $1000—Cigars and drinks; good location; paying well; good comer and all neat and nice. A sure investment. $375 Neat restaurant, neat and clean; a neat place to make a nice living. $4*oo—Butcher shop: neat stand, good trade, linest location. Reasonable rent. This ls a I bargain. $2!iO-Rarhor shop, 3 chairs; a Hue location; doing a good business. This is a bargain for the right man. #3500—The tinest rooming house In the city; I plendtd location, If yon are looking for a line place wlih a good trade, hero It is. #1500— Buys a lino corner grocery store; this Is a ttood place, a splendid location and is doingaKoud business. $100-Candy and cigar store. #20OO—A line drug store in a good town; tho only one In the place; a good, clean stock; cheap rent, A good practice of 4 years w ill be turned over to buyer. This isa splendid chance tor a doctor and w ill bear ihe closest investigation. $701- Will buy a fruit slorc thai can't be beat in this olty. Look at this; it w ill please you. t #1400 Buys a rooming house with 24 modern liirnlshed, sunny rooms; it is so neat and clean nnd pays so we'll you can't help but t>e pleased. STOVER « OLIVER, 11-19 St 124' a South spring st., room 1. 171 0 if SALE— BY IIT W H IK #150- Branch bakery and notion store with two nice living rooms. #200—Fruit store, receipts #15 daily, good horse, wagon, etc, #225 Well located restaurant. #350 -Bakery with oven. ■SSO-rClgarstore, clean #so monthly. $800—Candy factory well located. Piooo— Corner eignr store. $•150 -Restaurant, receipts $40dally, #3500-Sa!oou niagiilflcenilv lilted up with 14 rooms attached : nrst-class place. $3500 Largest milk route and dairy in the county, 93 head of stock, 4 good wagons, clears, over n mouth; 30 days trial allow oil. Isidgiug house of 10 rooms elegantly fur nished only $000, Country properly,olty property, cheap lots, liou-cs and lots, for sale ami exchange, $12) to $50,000. Apply to B. WHITE, 221 W. Flrat sircet. 11-12 If |AOR~SALE-100 BARGAINS IN LOIVuTnG J 1 houses. 40 Roam*, $3500. I 39 Rooms, #2HO(). 33 Rooms, $ 100. 12 Rooms. $850, 20 Rooms, #1001). | "4 Rooms, $1500. 44 Rooms, $2001). j 11 Rooms, $700. 2" Rooms, $121)0. 10 Rooms. #1100. 20 Room:-. $1200. | 24 Rooms, $800. Cash payments or trade: call; sec list in of fice. J. WALSH _ CO., 308., S. Spring St. 11-8-tf rflOR SALE-*4000; ONE OF- THE MOST popular and best-paying boot and shoe stores on Spring street; this place is long es tablished and has always been very profita ble: tailing health Is only reason for selling. NOLAN dc SMITH. 228 W. Second. 11-17 tf I -.OR 3.ri.k~-GROOEI7IEH,' R \ KKRIKS, RKB -laurants, hotels; butcher shops, cigar, sta tionery, notion stores, lodging ami boarding houses; many others from #loi> to #3000. IN FORMATION BUREAU, 310'j South Spring St., Edward Nittinger, manager. 11-8 2ln 11WR SALE~-RESTACIIANT; A SNAP; MUST, be sold by i uesday, November 31st; owner leaving city: good business, clearing $200 to $301) per month. Low rent. Price, #f>(MJ. DUN-IN Si PRINTZ, 138W W. Second st. 11-19 2t I 7*OR SAI.E-#3t>o — OKiAlf, CANDY AND 1 stationery store; average #12 per tiny; rent $15 per month: living roopis furnished'; don't trill lo see this bargain. J. W A LSI I i CO., 308' j S Spring st. 11-11 tf frtOß 8A LK-I.rVKRV STABLE, DOING GOOD 1 business; best location in tho city-, will not deal through agents; priceaeoordiug'toainonut oi stock taken by buyer. Address X, Box 50, Herald olllce. 10-21 1 m rpHE J.os ANGELES DIRECTORY OFFICE 1 keeps a complete list of all business for sale or exchange. Parties desiring to either buy or sell will consul: their baft interests by applying at office, 103 .-'. Broadway. 8-9 T/OR SAI,E-#1 257a~'ERY NEAT CIGAR I stninl if tnkeii todnv; cheap at $400; don't miss this chance. .1. WALSH & CO., 308.'a South Spring street. ifflblf BALE---$800; LODGING HOUSE 24 JT room : good locntion. This is a great bar gain. This offer only a few slays. J. WALSH _ CO., 305; 3 South Springstrect, AOEA --WANTED, PARTNER IN GOOD PAY" W*nJ\) ing cigar -tore on spring street. J. WALSH it CO., SOst';, South Spring street. FOR SA LE-NIC ELY ~~V I; R XISH ED ~LODo" -ing house of 10 rooms; best location; #750, by A. C. GO LSI!, 117 S. Broadway. 11-18 tf OOIfIPAYING DAIRY BUSINESS, CLOSE toclty: clearingsloO a month. BTKEETER _ SHARPLESS.UO S. Broadway. 10-1 tf I -OR SALE-A GOOD SALOON AT REDONDO 1 Beach on reasonable terms. Apply at 444 Allso street. 11-10 31 SALE— 430 s" 1 Broadway, doing good business; call and get particulars. 11-177t MUSIC 4L J~OS ANGELES fX)NSEIfvATORY~OF MUSIC j and Arts; open all tho year. MRS. EMILY .1. VALENTINE, president. V..M.C.A. building, Broadway and Second sts. 8 14 ly 4 W'-I LLHARTITZ, Mu7IC~STUI):6r ROOM ill A, Crocker building, 312 8. Broadway. 8 29tf A It s>T It A CITS. ABSTRACT AND TITLE INsTjiTanT—TcwiT pany of Los Angeles, norihwest corner of Franklin and New High sts. m-l7 tf DY_KB AND PIMISB-HB| -II E'nU>POLrfXN"!iTl-V?J~D ..—. Franklin st; Baa dyeing and cleaning. 1-13 tf ARIBIAN DYE WORKS, 275 SOUThYiTIN streei; best dyeing in the city. 1-13 tf PATtUrrS, CO lr* if It! GUI'S, _TU. HAZARD block. 'I'd. :-47, Los Angeles. I 1-31 tf ARC —IT-CTH. ijlrgess j. HK£vir^SciinSGi\^l» 1) tabllshed for Ihe Wat 10 years In Los An geles. No. 127 West Second st. 120 ly C H.'bRoW.V, ARCHITECT, i;(2 S. BROAD » _way, between First and second, 87 If Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sale of Ueal Estate should Not Be Miulc. TN THE SUPERIOR ( OURT OF THE COUN- X ty of Lot Angeles, elate of California. In Lie matter ot the oslaie of Dou W. Carlton aud Lilian M. Carnon, minors Laurx H. Carlton, the guardian of tho per sons and of the estates of said miuirr, having filed a petition herein, du.y veiitled, pr-.yiug lor an order of sale of real estate of said mi nors, for the purposes thereiusel forth. It is therefore orderel by the said court that a. 1 perious iii'.orosted in tho estate of said mi ners appear b fore the said superior Court on Thursday, the 7ih day of December, 1893, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, at the con't room of said Superior Court, Department 2 thereof, in the court house in'said county of Los Ange les, state of California, to show cause why an order should nol be granted to tho said peti tioner to sell so much of the real esiate of said minors »s shall bo necessary. And thn a copy of this order be published at leas', lour i uoct s.ive weeks In the Los Ange les ..era Id. a newspaper printed and published In said county of Los Angeles, Dated DcC.mber 3, 1893. W. H. CLARK, Judga of the Superior Court, 11-0-mon 4t [ rotice Inviting Street Work Pro posu Is. DDRBUANT TO BTATJIWW AMI To ORDI I naiii'f No. 1808 of the council of the city of Lot. Angeles, adopted August 7. 18»J, df reeling Ill's notice, tho uiiderilg ned Invites and H 111 receive nl his ohieo In tho city Hull, up lo II o'clock a. in. of Monday, Nov. 27, 1893, sonh'il proposals or bids for tho following street work to ho dono nooordlng lo specifications No 5 for grndod mid graveled streets, In Iho olty of Isis Angeles, pouted unci on ilia, there for' adopted,or herein mentioned, to-wlt: First—That said BROOKLYN AVENUE, In said oily, from the southeasterly line of Bridge stroot to the westerly lino of Kvorgreon avenue, luolud ing nil Intersections of stroels (ex oeptlng such portions of said street and ln tersertfon* as are required by law to be kepi lii order or repair by any person or coin- I pany having rall-oad tracks thereon, and also excepting such n irtlons as have already been graded, graveled and accepted), bo graded and graveled in aooonlrtucu with tho plans and pro -1 (lie on tile ill Iho olllce of tho olty engineer and 1 specifications on file in tho nfflco of the city clerk of tho city of Los Angeles for graroluil streets, said specifications being niimbore I live. Second Thai a redwood curb be constructed alone each lino of the roadway of said Brook lyn avenue fiom Ihe southeasterly line of Bridge streei to ihe westerly Hue of Evergreen avenue, toxeoptlic: along such pnrttonsof the line ol said roadway upon which a redwood, cement or grntlito curb has already been con- Btructed and Hccejiiod), in accordance with speclflcatlons in 100 011 l •• of the city clerk of said city for cnn-.lruellng redwood curbs. HKC :i. Tbv oiiycugineur having estimated that thelotnl o■■ of -.Id Improvement will bo greater than o.i • dollar |«'r front foot along each lin 10l n:i'-: street, including the cost of intersection-, it is hereby determined, in pur sunnc- of an ip to: ;he legislature of the state of California, Ip iroved February 37. 18118, thai bond shsl! no issued to represent tne coat of aald Improvement, snbl bonds shall be N> rial, cxtonilii.-g m'T a period of ten years, an oven pro|iortioii of m lilcli shall be payable au nunllv on the s'oooii.l day of January of each year after their date mull the whole are paid, nnd to hear In' rest at the rate of , per cent pi r aiinur . ;-.' able scinl-annually on ilie seeonddayol January and July of each and every year. Bidders must Ille with each proposal or hid a check pay itile lo theordcrof tbe mayor of (his city, certilied by a responsible hank, for nu aniouui which shall nol ho less than ten per cool of the aggregate of ihe proposal, or a bond for tho said amount and so payable, signed by the hid,bo nnd by two sureties, who snail Jatf. tlfy, hefire any officer competent to admiula teran oath, In double the said amount, and over arid above all statutory exemptions. In bidding use blanks which will bo furn ished by theeliv clerk upon Application. Los Angeles, Cal,, Nov. 20, 1888, i . \. IIiKENRACH, Cltv clerk and ox-otlelo clerk of the council o tie city of l.os Angeles 11-30 2t oi3luance 1.0. is»l3. I NEW SERIES.) |N ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR TUB . \ employment of ten additional pntrolinell ill the pullce department of the City oi l.os An geles. rilt Mayor and Council of the City of I.os An geles do ordain as follows: Skition 1. lv addition to the force already employed in the police department of the City of la>s Angeles, there shnll be employed for four mouths from and after the 20th day of Novem ber, 1593, ton additional patrolmen at a salary of #70 per month each. Ski-. y. The city Clerk shnll certify to iho passage of tills ordinance and causa it to ho published once in the lsis Angeles Daily Hi:it- AU>, nnd thereupon aud thereafter it shall take effect and bo in force. 1 hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance wnsndopted by the Council of the City of Los Angeles at Its meeting of Novemlsnr 18, 1803. C A. I I ckH.NBACII, City Clerk. Approved this 17th day of November, 1803, ' T. E. ROWAN, It Mayor. Notice Inviting Proposals for tin* Krectlon and Completion of a Building for the Southern Cali fornia Exhibit at trie Midwinter Fair In Sun Frauclsco, Cal. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED by the undersigned at the office of the Mid winter association in the Mills building, San Francisco, Cal., up to 11 o'clock a.m. Friday, November 24, 1803, for erecting a building for tlie southern California exhibit at the Mid winter Fair in San Francisco, in accordance with the plans and speeirteatlons on file in tho office of Sumner I. Hunt, architect, No. 10 California Bank building lv l.os Angeles, Cal., and at the olllce of tho Midwinter Fair associa tion in iho Mills building, Snn Francisco, Cal. Bidders w ill submit with each proposal aoor tlli-d check for#KXH>, paynble to the order of the undersigned, as a guarantee that the bid der will enter Into a contract in conformity with his bid, if awarded to him. Bidder to whom conn-act may bo awarded will be re quired to give bonds in tbe sum of $10,000 for the faithful performance of the contract and for the completion of the building on or before thu 30th day of December, 1893. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Bids must be endorsed "Pro posals for erecting building for Southern Call loruia exhibit at Midw inter Fair." I HAS. FOR MAN, Chairman of Building Committee. Los Angeles, November 18, 1803. 11-19 2t Notice of Street' Work. DUBUC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT X on Monday. the3oth dayof Oct., A. D. 1893, the Council of the city oi Los Angeles did, at its meeting on said day, udopt an ordinance ot intention, numbered 1893 (new series), to have the following work done, to-wit: First - That a cement sidewalk 0 feet in width be constructed along the west side of PASADENA AVENUE From the northwesterly corner of Pasa dena avenue and Wells street to the southerly line of Kosler street; lexeepting said portions of such street between said points ahajig which a cement or asphalt side walk lias been constructed and accepted,) said sidewalk to ho constructed in accordance with snoeilicatlons on file in the ortice of the city clerk, said specifications being Spuinbeicd twelve. Roierenee is hereby made to the said ordi nance oi intention for further particulars. D. A. WATsi in. Street Superintendent. By F. c. Hanson, Deputy. 11-17 Ot Notice of Sale of Bonds. IJURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THE board oi directors of Tipton frrlgat on dis trict, duly given and made on the 7th day of November, A. D 1893. Nolic .is Hereby given that said board of directors will sell to the highest and bed b fi ller the second issue of bonds ol sa d iirlgatiou dlsulct to the amount of «20,0J >, bearing interest at the rata of 6 per cent pir annum, payable semi-.innuslly, on the first days of January and July of caen yesr on the pieseut'.tion of the interest coupons at the orbee of the tieianrer of said distr.ct. Said bonds are issued by tne boatd of dlic.. t< r< of Tipton Irrigation district lv acooidauie with aud by the anthoriiy of an act of the leg islature of the slat.- of California emitted ' An act tv provide for tho organization and gov ernment of irrigation districts and to provide for the acquisition of water and otter property and forthv distiibution of water thereby for irrigation purposes," approved March 7, 1887. Sealed pioposals and Did- for the pun v of said bonds will bo leneived by tlies-ld board of directors at their nOlce lv Tipion, county of Tulare, State of California, and may be at dro-ssodtoor left with G. Will Klindera, tha secretary of said board at TlptoH, Ctl , at nnv time alter the date of this notice, and until 10 o'clock a. ru on the i)th day ol Dccemb r, A. D. 1893, at which time and place the said snle wilt be made. Said bunds will hi each of the denomination of $200, and will be negotiable in oim and will conform in all respects to the requirements of said aot. The board of directors reserves the right lo rcj- ci an I or all bids. Bids must be sealed and addressed to tho sec retary of said board, and indorsed: "Proposal! for Tipton Irrigation 1) strict Bonds." Done by older of the boar t of directors of Tipton Irrigation district, November?, 1893. J. M. BOARD, Pros;,lone G. Vriu, Klindxka, Secretary. 11-17 331 Notion Inviting Proposals for the Furnishing of Fire Alarm Ap paratus for the city of Los An geles. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a. m. of Monday, November 2 th, 1803, for the pur chase of one eight-circuit repeater, one eight circuit switch board, eight galvanometers, six printers, four gongs, ton nou-lntcrterlng alarm boxes, With the privilege of the purchase of suoii an additional number as the city may require, in accordance with snccificatloitß on ille In the olllce of the undersigned. Bidders will submit with each proposal a certified check lo Ihe amount of 10 per cent of tbe total amount of their proposal payable to the order of the undersigned, as a guarantee that iho bidder w ill enter into a contract in conformity with his bid if awarded to him. Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the council ot the city of Loa Angeles at ita meeting of November lith, 1893. C. A. LUCKENBACII, 11-9 lot City Clerk.