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Persons wanting situations, netp, or wlsb-
Ing to rent, buy or sell property, will do
v.oll to advertise In The Herald.
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. i
aPKCIAL NOTICES. -
, MEETING OF LOS AN
i\ KJ geles Lodge N". 42, F. and A.
M„ Monday evening, December 18.
If '\ 1808 Installation of officers.
4f Master Masons are cordially In
f^r^ 1 By order of the w. M.
E. J. LEVY, Secy.
IF TOD HAVE ANT PROPERTY FOR SALE,
to lease or exchange, I will guarantee to get
you customers quicker than any real estate
Stealer In Los Angeles. I'm a hustler and not
bere for mv health. Send me your list. It
won't cost you anything to do so. Rest ot ref
erences, w. L. P., Box MO, lAis Angeles post
office. 10-2" "
\TOIK X- THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
X\ company Will strictly enforce tbe follow
ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between
»> and 8 o'clock a.m. and I, and 8 o'clock p.m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a tine of ir2 will be
charged beiore the water will bo turned on
Srnin. 8-17 tf
r|sn X SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
X I/ian snd Trust company are enclosed in a
fire-proof ami burglar-proof vault, with time
locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity;
alcoves attached for the private examination
oi valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady in attendance. 8-1 tf
MESMI VS' FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine tor immediate relief for
painful and irregular menses-irom whatever
causes. For sale by FREEMAN i- CAPPER,
102 N. Spring st. Price, $2 per box.o-9 ly
J~ F~YOU WANT TO QET A GOOD CUP OF
coffee with vonr meals go to the Park
Bakery and Restaurant, 325 W. Fifth St., near
Broadway. 12-10 ti
B~ It! TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works: all kinds of painting and repair
ing. 1-8 San Pedro st., between First and Sec
ond sts.. Los Angeles. M ti
1-<or houses to Tent call on
* barnes a- Barnes,
10-1 tf £27 W. Second St.
"a F. SLOPE R, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE,
i\ . 12 Center piaee. 1 15 If
PERIONAL.
I^l^s7):<Tir^TiLAr)A*M "nORMANO, THE
greatest, most celebrated and reliable
eloirvoyant and astroiogisl of thesge, will
known "by the business men and women of the
world, can be consulted on nil affairs of life,
removes evil influences, restores lost love.
Why I am so different from everybody else is
because your parents do not bring you up iv
the business yon are adapted for. Young
iadlt B, young gentlemen, would you he happy
in tbe selection of a husband or wife. Would
you know what line of builness, trade orpro
tession to follow tn be successful? Knowledge
is power. By mail, BX Send date, month and
year thai you were born. 315 1 - South Main
street, room 23. 12-17
1 )ERBONAI, — 1 OFFEE, FRESII r.OAsTED ON
X our Giant roaster: Java and Mocha, 35c
per lb.: mountain coffee, 200* It* lbs.com
im al, 15e; (i lbs. rolled wheat or oats, 25e.;
Ueriuea, 2uc; lolled rye, lOo; Iran, sugar, 20
li s. ior.fl; 13 lbs. beans, 25c: 3 cans apricots,
25c; 3 cans roast beef, 25e; 3 pkts mincemeat,
Ssu; 8 lbs. raisins, 85o; glass marmalade, soi
e.vt. beef, 25c; can coal oil, 80c; 3 lbs |ard,Boc;
pork. 12'~e: picnic bains 10! .c; wood pails,
80c; brooms, 20c. ECONOMIC STORES, 305
S. Spring st.
]>ERBONAL— RALPH BROS. — GOLD BAR
Hour. Sl.OO; Oity flour, 70c. granulated
sugar, 20 lbs #1; brown sugar, 22 lbs *i; B lbs
rolh d oat-, 25c; sardines. 5 Loses 25c; table
fruit, S cans 00c; Lion coffee, 25c Ih; eastern
oil, BOc; gasoline, 80e; 2-1 Ii tan coined beef,
15c; lard, II) 1!.., (Kir; 5 lbs, 45c. 001 S. Spring
St., cor:ier Sixth.
I>ERSON A|7 MRS. PARKER, CLAIUVOY
ant; l onsultation on business, love, mar
riage, disease, mineral locations, life reading
etc. Take University electric ears to Forrester
a\e. and Hoover St. ; go west on Forrester aye.
3 blocks to Vine st., second house on Vine
West of Vermont aye. S-:to tf
MARRIED LADIES' SAFEGUARD; PATJ
ented: no medicine: no equal; money
refunded if not satisfactory. Send 10 cents lo
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas Cilv, Mo.
8-20 tint
HinIJCA . ION aL.
TETOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 228 s.
vt siuing st., tbe Oldest, largest and finest
equipped commercial school In [southern Cali
fornia; a thorough course iv the commercial
branches and banking, a superior and sne
cessful shorthand and typewriting department
and a practical English course; new college
lootqe, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec
tric elevator for pupils' use; new furniture and
appliances; open all the year; pupils received
at any time; Illustrated catalogue and full in
formation iree. g. A. HOUGH, president;
K. G. i'ELKER. vice-president. 5-4 ly
108 ANGELES M'SINESK COLLEGE
_j AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
flncorporated), 1 11 south Main street.
Largesl and best equipped business training
ichool on the coa-t. Thorough and practical
course- in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able and niatute iaeuliy of
instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at office, or write for elegant
catalogue. E. F. SHKADER, President; I. W.
KKI.SKY, Vice-President; LL. INSKREP, Sc.-
Sctary. it-1 ti ly
(IASA UK ROS\S, i'ROI'REL INSTITUTE,
J Adams st., cor. Hoover St., will open all ils
departments Tuesday, Oct. 24. For further
particulars apply io' MRS. CAROLYN M. K.
ALDK.V. soii W. Adams st. 0-27 tf
Q( Hoi >I.~FOR - lit )YS AND YOfXl i MEN—
fj Bryson block, spring and Second streets,
reopens Tuesday. January 2nd. Private les
sons also given, circulars'sent. A.B.BROWN,
(Yale) 33 Potomac block. 12-17 lm
QCHOOL FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING AND
p Elocution, Btowell block, V 26 B. Spring st.
Separate iThssc- for misses, matrons and chil
dren now forming for January. Apply to
MISS AI.FREY. 9-80 8m
TOg ANGELES SCIIOOI. OF ART AND DE
j sign, Chamber of Commerce building,
branches, Pomona College nnd Euclid avenue,
Pasadena, 10-20 Bm
O HORTi I AND - \ND IV I 'KWRffl N S—BE SI
0 advantages. LONG LEY INSTITUTE, spring
and l 11-1 s 7 tf
i>. Minis.
Tssl^l^Ubiisbed-^iisS
DU. }.. W. V EI LS, CORNER SPRING AND
First st.-.. ri'ilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown aud bridge work a specialty: teetb
extracted without pain. Room L m-4 tf
Dr.. 8. TOLHUKSI\ DE> I i-x iosj", N.
traction. (f-20 tt
lORANK STEVENS, 324' - SOUTH SPRING S 1'
J. Open Sunday and evening byeleetnc light.
TT.lt. PAItKER, DENTIST, \. E '('OIL FII;sT
1 > nnd Spring -■-.. Io' .._\V_ lir-t st. tl. ■) ii
All- i; i 'i s.
t;E''C!:n y ABBTRAC'I i' 6. 2.'• Wi Si sKcl
Ootid st., Los Angeles, Cal, Honest work,
honest prices. 12-5 ti
\"bsTKAi'T WI- . ii r~i'nsorakc;e COJf.
pany ot Los Aug '■•-, uorUitreat corner of
Franklin and >..-:■■ :• '
(IHiltK nil
f 'O.M; AD S< Hr i;i • , ..... . |
¥> . » » , • ■ '-. ~ -~..>.
HAZAUD o; roWNSENL, KOO.M 6, DOWNEY
block. Xsi ai7, Los Angeles. 11-21 ti
HELP WAN I KD-MALE.
»* emplovrrien' or any Information, address
E. NITTINUKR'S HIREAU; established 1890.
Office, 319'j S. Spring st., residence 151 S.
Hope st., corner fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone li 3. 8-lti tf
1 /ETTY, Ht'MMEt. & CO., EMPLOYMENT
I agents 131-183 \V. First st., Telephone
nOf*, under the Ixis Angeles National bank.
Help of all kinds carefully selected and fur
nished. Situations of all k'nids furnished.
7-H tf
-IyANTEP -A FEW ACTIVE MEN' tvTffl
M Rood reference: permanent and profita
ble emplnvmont to right parties. (CALIFOR
NIA Ml'iTAI. INVESTMENT CO., 121 W.
Third St., I.os Angeles. 12 IB tf
/"IITY AND ' Ot'NTY OFFICIAL FReTTIT
V,' bor bureau, 840 New Righ st. Telephone
1153; (or cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanicsand laborers, w, A. WHITE, manager.
11-10 tf
HILr WANTKD-FItHALK
\\ r AN-TEi)-A YOUNG, TALL WOMAN, FINE
rr shape, to pose for artist. Call Bryson
block, 121, from 9 to 4. 12 17 2t
WANTBD-MITDATIONN.
TITANTED - A FRENCH LA PY LATELY
*» from I'aris wishes position as teacher:
resident position preferred: or will give daily
lessons. Address Teacher, 110 E. Third. Coun
try prelerred. 12-17 3t
Al- A NTI:D •- BY A RESPECTABLE child
n less Herman couple, one or two children
to care for at a reasonable charge. Apply at
1343 E. Seventh st. 13-1731
TV TOM TION BY A STEADY M A s",
Well educated; can work with horses. Ad
■l'ess K. V. 8., 117 W. First «t. 13-16 tf
GERMAN AND FRENCH COOK
wishes situation; no washing; wages £30.
139 Los Angeles st. 12-17 21
WA tirn-Bli*L IWTITK.
«TANTED -LIST YOUR
M sale with me. I have buyers and am in
want of lots, houses, acreage and businesses in
all parts. HENRY ,T. STANLEY, 242 S. Broad,
way, next city hall. 12-5 tf
ANtTd"tO _ TtR( HASE--.1. .1. PHELPS &
™ CO., 124* P. Spr.ng, have parte wishing
to invest $11,000 in city properties; list yours.
12-17 :.t
Tl' - ANTED —A COTTAGE OF 4OR 5 ROOMS,
Tl close in, furnished or unfurnished. Ad
dress 11, box 40. this oftice. 1 1-25 ti
WANTKD—KOOMS.
V\7ANTED-A SCITE OF 3 FURNISHED,
t» centrally located rooms suitable for
light house-keeping. Address M. M., this of-
Bee. 12 Ui ti
WANriD-PAItTNEIts.
I PARTNER wanted-e ffll c ntjle
man or lady. Must furnish *S00; csm
have good security for your money and the
positive assurance* of getting ii back with B
per cent a month within 00 day.-. A straight
forward laud transaction that will stand the
closest inspection. Address EARL, box 20,
this office. 12-17 11
TJ|7 A NTED -A PARTNER WITH s-5000 Tc)
" invest in a paying project, iv which there
arc no chances of loss and profits large. Party
desiring to denl must furnish evidence of good
character. Address D, Herald office. 0-23 tf
tntTANTED—MAN WITH 82500~T0 PC li
lt chase half interest in n desirable inven
tion; fortune in it. Address E, Herald office.
0-23 If
WANTKU— M I RUK 1.1. iNKOtJS,
TT T ANTED -SOME ONE I'M \1 II AS Si7s to
V V make tn an offer on a rooming house,
close in, of 15 rooms. BTOVER i OLIVER,
124' 2 S. Snrins st., room 1. 12-10 tf
YV' ANTED AT ONCE—ALL KINDS OF 8t1 ~
0 ond-hanil furniture for spotcash; High
est prices paid. LEWIS & ALDERSON, 312 s.
Main st. Tel. 1 IPS. 12-ti lin
fok KKNr-Housiis.
1' C)W ? sIuMI?M ; FURNISHED AND UN
furnished, for rent; also 400 building lot!
forssleon iiistnllmcnts and acreage tor snb
division on easy terms. MATTIBON, Oil South
Hill st. 12-12 tf
rpO I.ET-$3 CP; t ivr i Ai;i:s.*3; VI.NTfsfTTJ
1 mate; 4 passenger trains daily. Write
(icorge Marsh, Encinitas: D. place, Carlsbad;
E McGraw, oceanside, San Diego county, (.'al.
12-17 21
t^orTTtEN"T-0-RO(>M ID aiBK.3iWS.OUVE
r st,; just been put In first* - • uditiont
newly papered, pamtcc, r*. .~,.\R>. ES ,\;
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10- tf
T.-'OR RENT—A SIX-R<tOMrOTTAcrTFt*i LV
I* 1 furnished, 135 >. olive. I 11 7 21
FOB KKN 1 KO..H-.
I /OR REXT-SUNNYROOMS* TO LET IN
suites of two or more: alsosingle roiun-,
both furnished and unfurnished, in flne hew
brick block centrally located on electric car
line: references required. Inquire of Mrs. .1.
A. HENDERSON-SMITH, 415.. Sonth spring
street. " 12-17 31
I/O R RE sT- .\ I'LEASANT ROOM WITH
I board in private family for gentleman and
wife; n ice local ion and best table the market
can afford. Address N. Z„ Herald, llilti
■ ''OR RENT SUITS OF NICELY FUR
r nislied rooms with use of planO if desired.
Also syigle rooms; central location, b*3t! South
Broadway; private family. 12-13 tl
T~ 7) LET- TWO VERY" NICELY FURNISH ED
front rooms, privatefamilyj bay window),
piano, etc.: very desirable; excellent location,
311 s. Grand aye. 12-17 31
O LET—NICE SUNN V FRONT ROOM AND
kitchen furnished ior housekeeping, 325
S.HIII. 12-17 at
OR RENT -2"niTe~FURNIiH ED Ron Ms.
754 S. olive st. 13-18 tl
1/OR RENT—NICE FURNISHED ROOM, 883
Loa A st reef. 12-3 lin.
H)l; KKNT-Hlscltl.L 4 NKOI'N.
I/OR RENT-ALFALFA RANCHES, STOCK
V ranches, orange ranches, ranches ol all
descriptions a specialty. List your ranches lor
snlc or rent with K. P. (TI.LEN & CO., Min
nesota Headquarters, 237 W. First st. 10 20(1
1-Hllt RENT—LAR*;K WAISERf M IMB,' TW< >
i floors, for storage. WHEELER A HEIL,
:ml E. Fust streei, 22 lb 7t
BONDS.
BOND INTEREST - NOT It E IS HERICRY
given that the interest coupons on the
bonds of the MOUNT LOWE RAILWAY, Issued
by the Pasadena ami Mount Wilson railway
oompany, maturing January l, is;>4, will be
paid on and after that date on presentation of
the proper coupon at theoftieeol the i.os An
geles Safe Deposit and Trust company, stimson
block, corner Third and Spring streets, Los An
geles. Cal.
N. 11.—To holders of these bonds for those
who hereafter purchase any anio mt of the
filial issue now being suld lo Investors for com
pleting (he last section of the railway), who
may be desirous of having their interest cou
pons paid in the oast, arrtngem ntl will be
made to enable them to no so in any of the
prineipalcities, by giving timely notice at the
company's office, Orand opera house block,
Pasadena, Cal.
T. S. C. LOW E,
12-111 1 ill Pre-nlciit.
AT SO. V ».
Vay' n'rxfEii, .vttornky-at-l"a \v\
r.l Bryson-Bonebrake block. Telephone 838.
Prat tie'es in all 'he courts, state and federal.
7-1 tl
HCNSACK ER, GO(IDRI( H McCUTCII EN,
lawyers, rooma 103 and 104 Phillips
block, corner Spring and Franklin streets.
Telephone 1120. 7-(» 11
TOHNSTOXE ,I«»SE8, ATTORNEY'-AT-LAW,
fj No. (> Law building, 125 Temple street
neat-court house, tel. 108, Los Angeles Cal.
11-12 If
|> .1. AI>C(H-K~TTORNEY; SPECIAL AT
IV. leniioii gi\t-n to the settlement of es Mes,
115 West First -1. 4-0 tl
ItT M. P< lI.LARI *. ATTORNEY" AT- LA \X~
\\ room 3 Allen block, Temple and Spring
ts. 2-11 11
i.nsi »N'(l Hlli.SU.
■ OST oi: M KAY ED'FROM STABLE SL N
-1 j r?ay ntphl bey pony; wt-ight about* 800
pounds; branded *M on shoulder; unshod.
Liberal rew I.rd ior return to SI 1 San Julian st.
12-5 tf
■Sound hamT the champion horse
J cllpia 1. Tally-Ho stables, 100 N- Broadway.
12-1) II
MCSIC-OU
! o- IXOELES (V)NSERVATORT OF MUSK
I > «:i'l .•..-!• v nil the year. -MRS. EMILY
.1. V..... > : j resident.; V. M. c. A. build
lug, Broad way ami Second sts. 8-14 ly
* WILLIIARTITZ, Ml Sic STUDIO, ROOM
XXa A, Crocker building, JI2S. Broadway.
S-2J If
LOS ANGELES HERALDf MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 18. 1K93
DBAt ESTATE SNAPS.
■THRUSE THIS LIST OF BARGAINS.
THEY CAN'T BE BEAT.
ARE YOU LOOKING KOR A HOME OR AN
OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE MONEY?
tHEN READ THIS LIST CAREFULLY.,
THERE IS 810 MONEY IN EVERY ITEM
MENTIONED.
SALE—AT SANTA MONICA, "THE
I Long Branch of the Pacific," a neat, new
modern cot tape and lot 50x130; also several
good lots upon which houses will be built to
Milt purchasers.
ft EKA—'FOB BALE—LOT ON SOUTH BRENT
nPfltlU St.. near Temple; street graded; lot
Hi, block lit. L. A. Improvement Co.'a subdi
vision; this is a rare bargain.
EXCHANGE—A SMALL HOUSE AND
lot in Larkin, Kearney county,Kan., which
COS. $1200; will trade for Los Angeies prop
erty or pood ranch property worth $2500 or
$5000; will pay cash difference.
POR EXCHANGE—BO ACRES UNIMPROVED
I in Kearney county, Kansas, about two
miles from Hs'rtland; will trade for Los An
geles county property.
SALE—THIS IS REALLY A BIG SNAP.
I House of four rooms, lot 50x140, .street
graded, near electric ears. First-class locality.
Price, $1500; $HOO cash, balance in two years.
IjVIR BALE—ON MAIN STR E ET, NE A R
X" Fifth street, building and lot; size of lot
70x165* Two-story brick building, 70x70 four
stores ou ground floor, 20 large rooms, all
rented to good tenants. This is a splendid, in
vestment.
SALE OR EXCHANGE—A TWO-STORY
house of seven rooms on Pat ton street be
tween Temple and Bellevue avenue; lot 50x
150; all modern improvements; burglar alarm;
gHs and electric bells; elevation 50 feet above
Ma'.nst.; tine view; near cable line.
SALE—ON HILL ST., NEAR EIGHTH
st., house and lot 00x105: house of 11
rooms and bath; rooms all papered; hot aud
cold water, electric bells, etc. Everything of
the latest improvements: an elegant home;
flne lawn.
CH>R BALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOS AN-
I" gelea county property, 10 acres at East
Riverside; pood land and water; also, barn
and small house-
I poll SALE OR XX CHANGE FOR LOS AN
' peles county property, house and lot on
the corner ot Tliird nnd G streets, ban Bernar
dino: size of 10l 60x280; house, hard Unshed,
of rive rooms, pantries ami cellar; pood barn
for two horses, liny and wagon: good UiesUtO
water.
FH>R SALE OR EXCHANGE—UNINCUM
bered Salt Lake City, Utah, property for
Los Angeles county property.
SALE—TWENTY ACRES OF LAND,
. located near Downey; nicely improved;
about " acres in oranges and deciduous fruit;
good house, barn, windmill, and tank, alfalfa,
eucalyptus grove; this N a beautiful place for
a perfect country home.
ffOB SALE —100 ACHES FOOTHILL LAND
JT at Last Riverside or will exchange for Los
Angeles county property.
[7IOR SALE—TWO NEW STX-UOOM COT
jF tages, baths and closets, on E. 38th it, 100
feet from Main street; cement sidewalk; size
i i lots, 50x136; will sell ais2Goj each.
I7OR SALE—IT* ACRES NORTH OF THE
P Palms, on .lose de Amaz trad, a house of
live rooms, 268 fruit trees, 800 gum trees, 30;0
vine.--; half cash, balance in two or three years
atB percent; price 94250; this is an excellent
bargain.
l-'Oi: SAIL OR EXCHANGE —25 ACRES
JF tine ontnge and lemon land, with water,
on Colton Terrace, near Colton, Sun Bernar
dino county; wlu dispose of at the low llgure
of $5500; see me about thisat once.
|;o|{ EXCHANGE—FIVE ACKmB TN PERRI&
V one-fourth of a mile irom the town; will
trade ior a lot in Los Angeles; live acres is
worth at least $500.
[7 OR SALE- THIS SHOULD BE .-NAPPED AT
i right away; it is the best thing 1 have at
present; 20 acres of ranch property at San
Jacinto, all in fruit trees, five year! old; about
equal parts of apricots, peaches pears and
p une-; worth at least $2 O per acre: will tuke
$18011 taken immediately; will exchange for
good Kansas or Nebraska land.
i;ok SALK OR EXCHANGE---28G ACRES OF
I land 2\4 miles east of Riverside; ISO
plow-land, rest pasture; good improvements;
w ill exchange for v good general turm or stock
ranch near the coast.
VD DRESS "P. L. \\\," BOX 50, HERALD
office, and I will call aud see you. I'm too
busy b» have an Office. Time all tnken up
"rustling" in selling and exchanging property
from Alaska lo Florida and Maine to California.
Best of reference. If not satisfactory don't
deal with me. lf>27 tf
IFOR SALE AT YOUR OWN PRICE, IM
' proved city property, No. 820 West Tenth
strict, 200 feet from Pearl, on clean side.
House nearly new, eosl $2*50 to build; size of
lot 40x119: house contains 7 rooms and bath;
mn be seen at any time as owner lives in the
house and desire-- to sell as his business calls
bim elsewhere. This honse has all modern
timprovements; cement walks, lawn, some
Hewers and shrubs, and must be sold by Jan
uarj t, 189-1. Parties desiring to purchase can
make t)i» ir own price for this property, stating
terms In a sealed envelope ami addressing 8..
box 1202. station C, and the best offer will get
the place. Title guaranteed. Cash preferred.
12-1 tf
LE—
RONNIE BRAE.
Choicest 10t"75jr.150 to alley. Fine 10-room,
two-story residence; gas, electric bells,cement
walks, trull trees. A charming place. Every
modern convenience—sBOoo.
G. A. DOBINSON,
12-17 3t i Bryson Block.
17* OR SALE—SI23O; A VERY FINE NEW
JT 5-room residence, with bath, closets, etc.,
front and back porches, located in southwest
part of the city, near Adams street, and only
two blocks from the University electrio line;
price only $1260; this is the cheapest house
ever offered for sale iv thecity, NOLAN *fc
SMITH, 228 West Second. 12-15 tf
sV 1. K-$2 LOO; ON TW ENTY- F1 FT H
V street, only a few feet from streei car line,
the handsomest new ti-room residence in the
city, this place will compare favorably with
anys3ooo residence in the market, andean
be bought fur $2100. NOLAN & SMITH, 228
W. Second. 12-15 tf
1" 7*OR - ALE—$lO,OOO; A NEW 10- ROO M
1 residence, with all modern conveniences,
on lot 94x124, in the Harper tract, in south
v.e-t part of the city, near Adams street; price
010,000, on easy terms. NOLAN A SMITH,
228 West Second, 12-15 tf
170 Ii s \ LE—THIS IS REALLY A BIG 8N A P.
r House of four rooms, lot 60x140, street
graded, near electric cars; tirst-ciass locality.
Price, $1500; $*>00 cash, balance in two
years. Address, BARGAIN, box 80, Herald
office. U8 tf
■ •)*7|—FOR SALE—NICE 6-ROOM REBI
•7 !*-»)"' dence, on large lot, in southwest
part of ihe ciiv; only " a block front the Uni
versity electric line; price. $1250; $380 cash,
balance $15 ncr month. NOLAN & SMITH,
228 W, Second. 12-15 4t
fjlOß SA LE-$7000; THE FINES'Fo-ROb.M,
I* 2-story residence on Grand avenue, with
l"t 60x180, grounds well improved, house
new, and an elegant home; price only 87000,
Oil easy terms. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 West
Second* 12-15 tf
BALE—926OOs NICE, 7-ROOM, MOD
; crn-built residence, or*lotBoxloo, nicely
Improved, located near Ninth st reel, a little
west of Pearl; price only $2600, for a few days.
NOLAN A; SMI TH, 228 West Second. 12-15 tf
ft 1 KA—FOB s\EE —N ICE It ESI DENCE LOT
"iptOU near (he electric power-house; price,
only $450. NOLAN <fc SMITH, 228 W. Second.
12-15 4t _____
IM.; SALE—6I2SO; lk ACRES IN SOUTH
r west part of the city, near the University
and close to the electric line ; price only $ ; 250.
NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W. Second. 12-15 tf
I/ OK SALE—A FINE LOT ON BHATTO ST.,
near I nion aye., size 00x134 ft.; price,
$050. Address TRACEY, this office. 12-17 2t
J/OH SALE NEAR W EST LA KE PA RK, Fl NiC
Iv lot ate i Lots, $330 to $800 each. EDWIN
bMi Til, 115 s. Broadway. 11-22 lm
J/OR SALE—
Corner Lots I
Corner Seventh and Prsrl, 105x108.
Corner Hill snd Fourth, 125x87.
Corner Spring and Third, 00x00.
Corner Hope and Tenth, 12 >xlos.
Corner Ninth and Grand avenue, 100x105.
G. A. DOBINSON,
12-17 3t 1 Bryson block.
piOR - BALE—
$0000-100x140 feet on Hill st.
t 2lOO—0-room house near Wcstlake park.
2000—5-room house and 2 lots on Bryant
aye., near Hoover.
f l5OO—Nice 3-scre home at Burbank.
4000 180 acrea fruit land near Ocean.
$1350—0 acres garuen land on Alameda.
83000—40acrcs alfalfa laud near Norwalk.
$180:.— 9-acre orchard in Burbank.
$OH> ' —9-acre orchard near city.
$7000—40-acre alfalfa ranch neer city
100 (o 4000-acre alfalfa, grain and fruit
ranches; abundance of water, $10 to $.'5 per
sere. Government land located.
A. SI HELLING,
11-80-cod lm ' 139 N. Spring st.
OR SALE- SNAP $1500: HOUSE 8 ROOMS,
hard tinished and decorated, hath, hot and
cold water; best, bargain in city. One block
from electric cars. Large list of houses and
lots in ali parts for sale cheap. Bargains
wanted. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, room IS 211
West First st. 12-17 3t
1/OR SALE $600: FOR A FEW DAYS ONI~~
JT a nice residence 10l in southwest part of
the city, near the corner of Adams and Hoover,
only one-half block from University electric
line; price only $OuO. NOLAN A SMITH, 228
W. Second. 12-15 tf
I/ORSALE $275; LOT IN THE URMSTON
JT tract, southwest part of the city, about 2
blocks from the University electric line, near
Twenty-third st.; price only $275. NoI.AN A
SMITH. 228 W. second. 12-15 tf
1/OR SALE-82000; ON THE INSTALLMENT
JT plan, a modern-built C-room residence,
with lot 50x150; price $2000 $300 cash, bal
ance $>5 per month. NOLAN A SMITH, 2 8
W. Second. 12-15 tf
I' ""iOR SALE—SOOO: THE BEsYI.OT IN THE
1 Kincald tract, on west side of Trenton si.,
near the corner olPearl and Pico: price only
$900. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second.
12-15 tf
I/OR SALE—SIOOO:" THE ~fTnF.ST~I.OT IN
1 Bonnie Brae tract, on Bonnie Brae st., for
81600; this price only holds good for a few
days. NOLAN A SMITH, 2 BW. Second.
12-15 tf
]/0R S.M.E—S49~~~7~\ORES, NEARLY AD-
Jolning the city on tlie south, near Main
st.; place highly improved; price $41100. NO
LAN A SM ITH, 228 W. Second. 12-15 11"
1/ OR BALE—RESIDENCES OF ALL KINDS
r in all parts of the city, at bedrock prices.
FLOURNOY, 128 Broadway. 12-17 tf
HOUSES FOR SALE ON BUILDING AND
loan plan. A. BARLOW, 227 W. Becond.
Office hours 12 to 2. 11-22 tf
SALE—( HEAP LOTS ON JACKSON ST.,
? nearS nta Fe railroad. WHEELER St HEIt,
801 E. First st. 12-17 8t
[ IST YOUR PROPERTY FOB SALE OR EX-
Li change with t HAS. VICTOR HALL, stim
son block. 11-28 tf
I/OR SALE VACANT LOTS, ON THE IN-
I stallment plan. FLOURNOY, 138 Broad
wny. 1 2-17 if
» **». s.ki,i-- — v*' C - k rftid'AL.!'),
J/OR SALE OR EXCHANGE—
Thirty acres of laud, half mile from
Orange, Orange county; 20 acres in bear
ing Muscat vines; 8 acres iv citrus and
deciduous fruits and mils; la acres in
alfalfa: a good liard-tlnished-housc of 8
rooms.well and fully furnished: large well
built burn, windmill, well and tank house,
nil outbuildings. Laud all water stocked :
plenty of timber for fuel; water piped on
the land and to all the buildings. With
tiie place go two norsi s, wagons, harness,
one cow, hay, all funning tools, etc., etc
1 will offer this property for the low price
of $0()OO; one-half cash, balance to»nit;
or w ill exchange for I.os Angeles income
house and lot or a good business chance,
May exchange for good Missouri or Flor
ida land. No encumbrance on place.
Some one will get a big bargain. The
personal property to go is, with water
stock paid up, worth easy $2 00. Ad
dress W. 1.. PRICE, Postoffice box 505,
Los Angeles, Calif. 12-15 t'
."•OR SALE- $1400: 40 ACRES GOOD CORN
r or alfalfa land, about 12 miles from Ihe
city; all fenced, good barn, 4-room house, good
water right: an excellent small stock ranch;
price only $1 ioo. oji easy terms; owner non
resident and must si ll; ihis place is worth
three times the price asked. NOLAN A
SMITH, 228 W. Second.
1/OR SALE $01100; 30 AI RES, ALL IN
very tine 5-year-nld navel oranges, in bear
ing; tine soil aiid good water right: two miles
from good town; price only 800 ■ ; this is one
of the best, ami by all odds the etieapest
orange orchard ever offered for sale In
southern California, NOLAN A SMITH, 228
W. Second.
I /OR SALE—B2BOO; 10 ACRES OF VERY
; line land at Gardena, about lo miles smith
of thecity: good 0-room house, barn, chicken
corrals, etc., good water right; place nearly all
In straw berries and other iruils; large income;
prices2Boo. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. sec
ond.
|/OR SALE—SSOOO; AT ALTADENA, 10
r acres, all in old, bearing iruit trees; price
$5000. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. 8000 d.
.Mill BALE—SBOO: 20 ACRES GOOD AL
jT falfa hind neai Santa Anu : price for a feu
days, only $800. NOLAN A SMITH, 2*B W.
Second.
1-<OR SALE—SIO,OOO; 20-ACRE ORANGE
1 and prune orchard, in full bearing, with a
guaranteed yearly income oi 850 iO; price
$10,000, half" cash. NOLAN A SMITH, 2-8 w.
Second. 12-13 if
I-HIR SALE—$lOOO—3 ACRES, HOUSE AND
i bam; $400 cash, balance on long time
$1500—6 acres, house and barn; $000 cash,
balance on long time.
$1000—5 acres; $300 cash, balance long
time. All of the above is supplied with an
abundance of water, and for soil, climate and
location cannot be excelled by any place in
Southern California, only six miles from the
courthouse. Apply on the premiaos to MRS.
Will i EHOUSE, second house east of Verdugo
postoffice. 12-10 tf
J/OR SALE—WINTER VEGETABLE LAND,
Deciduous fruit land,
Lemon and orange land,
$150 per acre with water.
E. B. CUSHMAN, agent,
Alamitos Land Company,
12-5 tf 301 West First street.
| 'OK SALE 170 ACRES FINE ORANGE
V vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vache winery at Brookside, near Redlands;
this is the very choicest land in that neighbor
hood in the market; all or part; price, $12,500;
terms easy. For particulars see A. C. GOLBH,
147 s. Broadway 8-80 tl
ISO iT SA I. E-$3000; 10 ACRES NAY EI. OR
' anges, in full bearing, and as tine as any
in Southern California; good water right aud
everything first-class; only one-quarter mile
lroni depot; this is the greatest bargain ever
offered: price only $3000. NOLAN & SMITH,
248 W. Second. 12-15 tf
W'hUlA— ACRES IN PASA
~J,'"MI S dena; unimproved, but a beautiful
residence site; no nicer place in the market
for suburban home; price, only $.000. NO
LAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second. 12 15 41
FrtOß SALE FRUIf"FARMS, DAIRY FARMS,
' stock ranches, alfalfa lands and winter
vegetable farms for sale at hard-times price 3.
FLOURNOY, 124 Broadway. 12-17 If
SEE F. P. MEAGHER FOR BARGAINS IN
real estate. 105 N. Broadway, Los Angeles.
11-20 if
I OK HAS.*—Lit tL .1 I IX.X
| IB l.s|l JERBBYCOWBFOR SALE OR TRADE
J 1 for fat cows at 1424 Mitchell Place, Brook
lyn Heights, opposite Prospect Park, until
December 21st. 12-10 Bt
I/OR 's.M.E — A FINE PAIR OF GENTLE.
Jp men's driving horses*: also a few good
single driving and delivery horses. See COBB,
a' the o. K. stable, 248 S. Main st. 12-17 tf
FOX n .. It— v I-«;ki,...»nii.oi'h
1/OR SALE -MINING OUTFIT, CHEAP FOR
V cash, Including new wagon specially fitted
out with water casks and other Implements,
Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson block.
0-24 tf
I SOR SALE—MOUNTAIN CHRIS! MAS TREES
V at Ludwig * Wagner's, Mott market;'also
at the old court house. 12-17 5t
I/OR SALE-OLD PAPERTTn~(J| ANTITLSS
JT to suit at this office.
RUBIN BIS OPPORTUNITIES.
$300—Cigars.
$275—Restaurant.
$'50—Candles unci notions.
$275—Notion store.
$1950—(iro, cry -tore.
$275—Fruits, cigars and candles.
1400- Hotelier shop.
1500 Grocery store
2000 Drug store.
2000--Grocery store.
11(10 Groceries and fraltl.
400—Factory; paying.
500-statioiiery store.
400-Fruit store.
900- FruKs and nuts.
1000-Clgars and drinks.
800- Friuls, candies and cigars.
Call ami see us. We can furnisli you with
everything you want. Call and see lis.
STOVER A OLIVER,
13-0 tf l l'J'i South Spring, Koom 1.
l/OB SALE—
J l ' LODGING HOUSE&
15 Rooms, $350.
5 Rooms, $27.\
5 Rooms, $550.
10 Rooms, ■500,
2H Rooms, $1800.
Rooms, $3000.
10 Rooms, $550.
17 Rooms, $1000.
30 Rooms, $3500.
40 Rooms, faOOO.
28 Rooms, $1000.
All of this list w ill besr close investigation.
We have niauv others. Call and examine.
STOVER A OLIVER,
12-0 tf 124', South Spring, Room 1.
J/OR EXCHANGE
$1000—Hotel and 10 rooms for city property.
. $2200 20 rooms; elty property.
$l(iuO—3o rooms; pays well.
These are good. STOVER A OLIVER,
12-10 tf 124' a S. Spring, Room 1.
I/OR EXCHANGE A FINE HOME OF 30
JT acres for good farm land in Florida, Ala
bama or any where in the east that will bear
investigation. BTOVER A OLIVER, 184K
South Spring. 12-3 tf
TOOK SALE—AT A BARGAIN—A NICE MEAT
a? stove; building and fixtures, horse and
Wagon; ground rent only $10 per month. A
tine commission business and one of (lie best
chances in the city. STOVER A OLIVER, 124' a
South Spring street. 12-12 tf
I/OR BALE—AT A BARGAIN—A SALOON. A
I 1 nice location; paying well. This must be
sold by the Ist; good reasons for selling. Call
this day on STOVER A-OLIVER, 12i' a South
Spring, room 1, 12-12 tf
»\ fc HAVE TWO HOUSES IN FINE LO
vl cations to sell at bargains on the install
ment plan; easy terms ( all this day on
STOVER A OLIVER,
12-5 tf 124' a South Spring St., room 1.
I PA—HALF INTEREST IN A PAYING
•tP 1»M" restaurant; good location, paying
well. This is a bargain if sold this day.
STOVEH .v OLIVER,
12-5 tf 124' j South Spring st., room 1.
Oj.)— - -REST A fit A NT, IN FINE LOG A
"5 s *. If) tion. Look at this IodRV if you want
a bargain. STOVER .v. OLI VER,
12-5 If 124'.j South Spring st., room 1.
1/OR SALE- $550 -THE NEATEST AND
I best paying delicacy store in the city, call
this day on BTOVER A OLIVER, 124., S.
spring st. 12-10 if
Xl" E II \VE HOUSES, LOTS LANDS. MINIS.
II fruit trees a-d anything you want, and
are well acquainted with the country; give us
a call and we will treat you white. STOVER
A OLIVER. i 24' a S. Spring. 12-14 tf
pOX SALE—SSOOI): ONE OF THE BEST
F paving and beat-located drug stores In the
city; stock about $5000: owner obliged to go
cast to attend to other business the only reason
for selling. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second.
I [IOR SALE—SIOOO: ON EASY TERMS, THE
very best-located ami host-paying 40-room
family hotel in the city; best ot reason for sell
ing. NOLAN A; SMITH, 228 W. Second.
I/OR SALE - $1800: THE BEST-PAYING
V coal, wood and feed business in thecity;
established about W years, and has always a
good, permanent trade; clears the year round
about £200 per month above expenses; price
about $isoo. NOLAN A: SMITH, 228 W. Sec
ond.
IAOR BALE—BI3SOO; GROCERY AND PRO
_T duce business, on Spring sb, doing a cash
business of about $4000 per month; stock and
i fixture* will invoice about $2500. NOLAN a
SMITH, 22s W. Second.
1-pOR SALE $400; A WELL-ESTABLISHED
1 restaurant, and paying a nice net protit on
the Investment; price 9100. nolan * SMITH,
228 W. Second.
I/OR SALE—AT 850. ON THE DOLLAR-A
r first-class stock of boots and shoes, with
lease of store, on spring st., very cent rally lo
cated, and a well-established "trade; owner
Obliged to retire from the business on account
of failing health: stock will invoice about
$3500. nolan a s.M [TH, 228 w. Second.
1/OR BALE 8400; COMMISSION BUSINESS.
V clearing al present $10.> PI r month, and
can easily be increased to fife times the i
amount; "best location and cheapest in the
city: price only $400. NOLAN A SMITH, 228
W. Second.
IX>R SALE $4000; GROCERY BUSINESS,
well established, anil very centrally located
and clearing from 8300 to $500 per month
above expenses: stock about $-1000. NOLAN
A- SMITH, 228 W. Second.
I/OR SALE $350; AN ESTABLISHED
1 creainerv and produce business on Spring
st., paying well; (Ins is a business that can be
increased almost Indefinitely; price $350. NO
LAN A SMITH, 228 W. Second.
17I0R BALE—S3SO; A VERY CENTRALLY
1 located and well-established fruit stand,
clearing about $ 100 per month ; rent only $15;
price 8350; this is a snap. NOLAN A SMITH,
328 H. Second.
1-MiR SALE $1500; A WELL-ESTABLISHED
job printing business In this city, doing a
very large and profitable business: price
$ 500. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 W, Second.
IMIRSU.E $400: b. INTEREST IN AN ES
-1 tablished real estate business ; price $400.
NOLAN A smith, 228 w. Second-gSM
CIIIK SALE $000; STATION El! \~ND NO-
Mr tion business, on good corner in this city;
rent of store and 3 living rooms, $10 per
month; stock wiil Invoice about $000. nolan
A SMITH, 228 W. Second. 12-15 4t
i/OR SALE — ~~
1 By B. WHITE. 221 W. First st.
, $100- Fruit Store $125 Cigar store.
$350 -Chop house. $500 Restaurant.
$4 ft—Cigar store. $1000 coal yard.
$1000—Candy stoic. 8175—Notion store.
LODGING HOUSES.
LODGING 11 ol sES.
LODGING HOUSES.
10 rooms payments only $500.
0 rooms $-,50, 15 rooms $350.
10 rooms 8800.cash, balance payments,
27 rooms $700; -8 rooms $soo."
•lo looms magnificently furnished $3800.
sto I'M) rooms in tiny location you went
from ¥125 to $50,000." B. WHITE, 221 W.
First st. 12-17 tf
1/Olt' SALE —BARGAINS IN LOD< lING
V bouses:
40 rooms $3500 3!) rooms $2-100.
20 rooms $1000. 11 rooms--8030.
45 rooms -$2000. 8 rooms—s-100.
20 rooms — $1200. 38 rooms— $850.
10 rooms £450. 10 rooms- $1201.
33 rooms— $1000. is room hotel £1000
Cash payment or trade. Call ami see list iv
office. J. WALSH A CC,
12-18H 321* 8. Spring st.
TODQING HOUSE FOR SALE OF 24 ROOMS,
j wKhin 3',, blocks of the city halt; house
elegantly furnished throughout, with all mod
ern improvements; new furniture; best loca
tion in the cily; two years' lease; low rent;
will sell reasonable: all of Ihe rooms are rent
ed; good reason for selling. This is an excel
lent buy. Address W. L. P., Postoffice Box
505, city 12-tf tf
J/OR SALE—CIGARS," CANDY AND STA
tionery store; good locution, doing a good
business; rent only $15 per month; living
rooms furnished; pri'-c $4bo: this business is
a bargain til (bat price. .1. WALSH A CO.,
321';, S. Spring St. 12-18 tf
I /OR S.H.K-S(iSO—LODGING - HOUSE 11
rooms; Location the best In thecity; ele
gantly furnished rooms—rent for high price;
long lease; if you want a sure paying house
see this. J. WALSH A CO., 321 m ft Spring It
12-18 tf
f/OR BALE—iON SPRING ST.. A VERY NEAT
V restaurant, doing a splendid business; will
sell for hull' its value only $20.; owner sick
and can't attend to business. .1. WALSH A CO.,
321., S. Spring st. 12-18 tf
1/OR SALE—GROCERI ES~BAKEIIIES, REB
-taurants, hotels, butcher shojis, cigar, sta
ionery, notion stores, lodging and boarding
houses'; many others from £100 to $3000. IN
FORMATION BUREAU, South Spring
st., Edward Nlttinger, manager, li-s 2m
I/OR S.U.E- - s37s7i'li •A It STORE ON BPRI N<i
I st., near Third; no nut to pay; average
810 dally; this bargain will so quick) call and
see It. J". WALSH a co., 831 M S. Spring st.
12-18 tf
tjiOß SALE corner (;ROCERY OF LONG
JP standing in thickly settled neighborhood,
close in town: good reasons givci. for selling; a
bargain. Address 1,., box 30, this office.
12-10 71
VtTe H AYE .\~IS-ROOM~IJODGING HOUSE
V> for $100, two years'lease; nicest in elty;
come soon. .1. J. PHELPS A CO,, 124% S
Spring st. 12-17 2t
DEL 11 A ( y"~STO RE~TI IE CH E A PEST ON
earth, line location: look at this. STOVER
A OLIVER, 124' i S. Spring, room 1. 12-17 tf
QEE US lOR BARGAINS IN BUSINESS
~> chalices. .1. J. PHELPS A CO., S
Spring st. 1.2-17 3t
DON'T F(7i~~E'F" > SEE StTTvERA OLIVER
121' . S. Spring, for business chances.
12-17 tf
FOB BAE.SB—COUNTBT V
J BELL THE EARTH I
—— I
For sale—At Pomona, Cal., one ol thc~best bargains in the state of California-a broad j
assertion, but I believe it is true. Eighteen acres navel oranges (afew olives and small ie ,ie, I
orchard), located near Pomona, on best avenue. Actual cash Income nast three years, iplli.iMhi. 'AT
Two separate water rights; can sell one, 11 desired, for $2.~i(>0. nave party who will buy crop Vl
now on trees as a speculation for tjijriOO. Price, .li^. r i,tK)o. Terms, $10,000 cash, balance one, \
two and three years, 7 per cent luterest. Owner's reasons for selling advanced yea s, otlwr
large holdings, and money. Tho strictest Investigation courted. For lull particulars call on .
or write to , ___ _
R. 8. BASSETT, Pomona, Cal.
Easton, EldrldgeA Co., 121 S. Broadway, los Angeles, or 038 Market st, San Francisco
Shields, Center* Co., Pasadena; Mr. Ross, Ontario, Cal.
N. B.—Pomona Is a thriving young cilv, located In a large and beautiful valley of the same ■
name. Five thausand population. Thirty-t wo miles east of Ix>s Angeles, on the Southern Pa
cific Rallroad-the Santa Fe two miles to the north. The two depots connected by a motor line.
Both roads transcontinental. Flno schools, colleges, thirteen churches, three hanks, thrte
newspapers, large public llbrarv. electric lights, gas, etc. Intelligent and thriving class ol ,
people as In any community In California -and that Is saying a great dual. II you are looking
lor a home, see this valley beiore locating. Three carriages at your disposal tv show you the
valley. No charge. What more do you want? „
P. B.—Cllmato (an oversight—l should say sol unsurpassed. i
12-17 tl
fOX IXCHAMGI.
' new 10* room residence ln aouthwost part
of tho City, near Adams, on lot 90 feet frontage;
well improved; cash price of property,
$10,000; will take part iv improved ranch,
and balance cash or long time; this ia one of
tho most elegant homes in the city. NOLAN
<fc SMITH, 828 W. second.
KXCHANGK—SI26; X VKRY HIGHLY
Improved ranch about lil miles from the
city, consisting of about xOOacres; about 100
acres in lemons, peaches, pears, apples and
walnuts: cash price, $I*J5 per acre; will trade
for good city property. NOLAN <fc SMITH, 2.8
W. Second.
F>OK KXCHA N< i E —$3000; NICK 7-ROOM
residence; good barn; lot highly tm
: proved; located on Ohio streei about 1 block
irom the electric line; price, $ 000; ineum
i brance 81500; will trade equity for vacant lota
or small piece of land. NOLAN & SMITH, 2gB
YY. Second.
R EXCHANGE - $8000; 20 ACRES
near Orange; all in old, bearing trees,
bringing large income; good house, burn ami
oi her i mprovements; good soil and water
right; tine location; price, $8OO0; will ex
change for city piopertv. NOLAN -v. SMITH,
228 \Y. second.
LpOR EXCHANGE—SIO,OOO; ' 0 acres AT
1 Kttwanda; lo acres in raisin grapes in full
bearing, balance navel oranges, with very
large crop now on tho trees; good barn and
other buildings; price, $104000; will trade for
city property. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W.
Second.
EXCHANGE $0500; 10 ACRES ON
J; Figueroa st.; very highly improved and
valued at $6500; will take good city property
in exchange. NOLAN ** SMITH, 228 W.
Second. \
nol; EXCHANGE—OSSOO; 10 ACRES VERY
f 1 choice land on Main st., a little south of
thecity; 5-room house, barn, well, windmill
and taiik; some fruit trees, etc.; price, $5500;
w ill trade for good house and lot in the city.
t NOLAN A SMITH, 928 VY. Second.
1/or EXCHANGE—SBSOO; A VERY FINE
B-room residence; all modern; on lot tiOx
150; located on Pearl st., near Eleventh i
price, #8500: $2000 incumbrance; vill tradu
equity for an improved place of a few acres
Close to the city. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W.
] Second.
; CM)R EXCHANGE-—5 ACRES ON vy. wash-
I ing ton -t.; very highly Improved; Just
outside the city limits; at cash valuation, for
good house ami lot in southwest par; of the
City. NOLAN £ SMITH, 228 YV. Second.
FOR EXCHANGE 2'_. ACRES IN
flT»>t)l'"" south West part Of thecity, near the
Universityi all lv choice varieties of bearing
fruit; good 9-room house, well, windmill and
tank ; valued at $8600; w ill exchange for good
| house and lot closer in, or will sell for W cosh
I and balance easy terms. NoLAN SMITH,
228 YY. Second. 12-15 It j
I/OR EXCHANGE—A FIRBT-CLABJ LODG-
L ing house for Cits property w Ith no ineuin
brance. J« WALSH .v < 0., UdlU s. spring BU
12-18 tf !
EXCHANGE—FOR cl'lY OR COUNTRY
; J. property a large merchandise store close to
i city; value ot stock $5000* b. wiiiih, 221 \v.
i First st. 1--1T . t , '
i/OR EXCHANGE- CVtX FOR coCNTRY, i
California fi»r eastern, property of all kinds ,
I lor exchange. FLOI'RN'oY, liB Broadway.
12-17 it
i .
FIN » NCI \ I.
' 1 horrowoil on tho 18th day of Nnvem
ber, 1890, on H»;i mm* ol Und »U
-JOlnlng the city on the north »f» 3,n<>n I
! Blnot that tlnii' I borrowed on same.... otHt
' And have jiaid InicresL since then .... 1,500
j And taxes 'JtK>
Total >p 7,;«i(>
And have raised on it lii,o(K)bine Bum
treea for fool, that are worth 1(!,000
Grand total KKi,SIM
It if. worth ffllO,OoO Now I waul to DOfrow <
; on its».otM>, in one or three parcels ol $-.:oito i
i eacb, for J years, and will pay bie interest. \
i Address .I. \V. I'Ol' IS, m;,» Temple si. Kesi.
I dence 810 Waterloo si. tf i
IJAC'irif LOAN t'OMF'ANY,
(INUOBfORATKD). ,
Loanf money in aay amounts on all (
kinds of collateral securities, dia
mond", jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and
ateel sales, and professional libra- i
rics, without removal; and on fur- (
niiurc in Indent;, boardtni houses i
and holcls, wiihont removal, l'artlal i
payments received. Money quick, t
Buiinoaa oonndential rrivate ot- i
lice for ladles. I
W. K. MCGROOT, ManaKer. I
P-39-ly Ilooms 3, DA 4, 114 s. spring st. I
rpo LOAN --$5000 TO .f2r>,()oO, ON CITY
1 or country propert v : low m te. i titercsl and ,
no delay. JOIIN L. fAVKOVK U; Room l">, I ,
i!ll W. Mrs*. IU-0 tf | ;
ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWtlr \ '
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins live stock, j
carriases, bieyclcs and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LXX BROS.,
•i-18 ly 40'J S. .-■■[ ' u« st.
rpo. LOAN—JJISOOO," IN Si:MH TO BtTITj 111
1 proved elty property: reasonable in crest
and commissions; no o-ura charge and node
lav. J. it J. C. FLOURNOY. L3B Uroadway.
lli-17 tf
■\ \' A NTFJ>-ij){o7«M»r2~YKAKS, 8 PKR fKNT,
*, ou business block payiUK 40 per cent a
year on amount wanted. J. ct J, ('■ FLOUR
NOY, 128 Broadway. ia-17 tf
\\ T ANTKD—TO MORROW FOR A CLIENT,
IT $0000 on tirsl-class security, with ample
ability to meet interest. WESLEY CLARK,
187 W. Third at 11-30 tl
Vf ONEY TO LOAN ON CHOICE BECUBIIY
IVI in sums (rom iflOil lo i*i ,000. STOVER
& OLIVER, s. Spring, room 1. 13-17 tf
TO BORROW- 81000 TO 830,000;
TT on several choice real estate securities.
Room 10, ; I I West First street. 1*!-17 St
I
KXCUKBIONH.
RMO|MR f \ Ni: DAY SAVED RY TAKING
llWllKiTlß'E * ) .-nn Fe lo Kan
WmWfwV I «'iiy, St. Louis, i hlcago, New
York and Roston. Leave I.os Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston; family tourist sleepers In
Kansas City and Chicago daily. Low rates and
quickest time. Office, lii!) N. spring st. 7 lm
I)IIII.LirS' EXCURSION PERSONALLY CON
ducted via Rio Grande Western, Denver
and Rio Grande and Rock Island route, leaves
Los Angeles every Tuesday, crossing thcSlerra
Ncvada-s and passing entire Rio Grande scenery
by daylight. Ollice 138 S. Spring street. 13-Btl
TUDSON <t CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
t) every Monday via Rio Grande route;
through tourist sleepers to Chicago and Bos
ton, personally managed. Ollice, 212 S. Spring
St., Los Angeles.
UIKKI AND i iMsHKK-.
M~ ETROI'OIJTA m"dYlTwotlK S, 241
Franklin St.; Hnc dyeing and cleaning.
1-13 tf
PARISIAN DYE WORKS, 378 SOUTH MAIN
St.; best dyeing In thu city. 1-13 tf
••I• • I -
B" V U RG ksiTJrRMVE.~A RCHITECT, ESTAB
lished for the last 10 years In Los Angeles.
No. Ili7 West Second st. l-2o ly ,
Ci~K. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 183 S. BROAD-
It way, between First and Second. 8-7 tf
I'll YNICIANB.
MlD
wifeiy. Ladleß eared lor during continc- ,
merit at Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1110.
DR. S1 t eThENsT MAGNETIC HEALER,
obesity and all diseases of either sex, es
pecially those peculiar to ladies; hours, 0 to».
23ii j S. spring St., Los Angeles. 1--S ti
AIRS. DR. WELLS —OFFICE IN~HER BRICK
.11 block, 127 E Third st. Specialty, diseases I
ol « omen.
Notice Inviting Street Work Pro-
PC RBUANT TO KTATt/TEP AND TO ORPl
nance No. 1!*47 of the Council of the city
of Los! Angeles, adopted Deo. 4, in;*;,, diree>
ing this notice, tho undersigned Invites and
w ill receive at his otiiee it» the elty hull, uu to
11 o'clock a.m. of Tuesday, Dec. 96, 1800,
sealed proposals or bids for the following street
work, to be done according to the Bpectflcs>
tiom No. 5 for graded ana graveled street*
and No. lii for cement curb mid sidewalks Ln
the elty of Los Angeles, posted and on 1110.
therefor adopted, or herein mentioned, 10-wlt:
First—That said
SIXTH STREET
In said city from the west llneof Pearl street
to the eaat line of Fremont avenue, including
all Interseetlons of street* (excepting sucb
portions of said street nnd inters.'.'lions nn are
required by law to be kept lv order or repair
by any person or company having railroad
tracks thereon, ami also excepting such por
tion i as have been paved ami accepted) be
paved with bitnininons rock surface wHSa, eou
ercte bate and a granite gutter three feet wide
in accordance with the plans and profile on
tile in the Office Of the city engineer and speci
fications on llle in th" office Oi thecity clerk of
the city Ol los Angeles, said specifications
being designated "special specifications (or
paving Sixth street, from Pearl street to Fre
mont avenue."
Second—That a cement curb be constructed
along the north line of ihe roadway ol said
Sixth street, from the west line of Pearl ■treel
to the east line oi Fremont avenne (excepting
along such portions of the llneof said n'.idwajj.
npon which v cement or granite curb bas aft
ready been conatrttoted ami auci ptud) lv ac
cordance with specilieatimis in the office of
the city clerk of said city for constructing
eomenl curbs, said specifications being num
bered li*.
Third—-That a cement sidewalk live and one
half feet in width be constructed along tin*
north side nf aaid Sixth street, from the west
line of I'carl si reet to the east line of Fremont
avenue excepting inch portions of Bald streei
between saia points along which a cement op
asphali sidewalk has been constructed and :ic
eepted), said sidewalk to i>e constructed iv
accordance with Bpectnoetions on rile In tlie
office of the city clerk, said sneclilcatlons bCj
ing numbered 13. v
I'ourth That a public sewer be constructed
along saiil Sixth street in said city, from lh6
center line of Fivm.uit avenue t.i U etc meet io'i
with the public sewer non huili in tbe inc:-
section 01 said SixiU and Pearl streets and
across nil Intersections of streets, togoth .
with manholes.
The size of aaid sewer shall be; Klgiit Lm
in internal dlameter,and bo constructed of i
glared vitrified pipe, brick, Iron nnd cem .
Al lof which sh ;ll be constructed In ac
anee with the plans and profile on nic i m
office of the city engineer and s peel 6 cat to .
Hie in the office of the city clerk of the ci
Los Angelea, said sneolfi eat lons being (el
It. The cost of ail of "aid v.orl; snail.
Bessed as provided 111 section 7 of thu v
provide for work upon streets, co,, appifv .
March 1-nh. 8-5.
Bidders must tile with each proposal or bid a
cheek payable to the ordc-of I lie mayor of (ljl<
city, certified by v rcspoiMlhle bank, for nn
amount which shall not h- K-m than ten par
ci nt oi the aggregate of the proposal, or abouil
for the said amount and 80 payable, signed by
tlie bidder and by !w o mi re I '.<•*•, who si mil jus
tify, before any officer competent to adminis
ter an oath,in double the said amonnt, and
over ami above all statutory exemptions.
Tn bidding use blanks ivhleh will be furn
ished by thecity clerk upon application,
J,os Ansreles, Cel., Dee. i*. is!):t.
C, A. IX'OKKNBACH,
Oity Clerk and ex*6fflclo clerk of the Council
of the Cily ol Los Angeles. I*2-18 2i
jNotiee Invitiuff Street Work Pro-
DOSaIS
-13FUSCANT TO STATUTES AND TO ORDl
nanee No. 1845 of tne council of the elty
of Los Angeles, adopted Dec 4. IB.>t, di
recting ihis notice,thu undersigned invites and
will receive at bin office In the City ilall, up to
11 o'clock a. ni. of Tv B lay. Dec, 90, iWJt
scaled prop* sals nr bids for the following street
work to if done according to specifications
No. C and l> for constructing sewers in the city
of Los Angeles, postjbd and on Hie, thereto!
adopted, or herein mentioned, to-wit 1
First -'! hat salu I
BTAB STREET,
in taid city from tbe southerly line Of PI CO
street to the northerly line of Sixteenth street.
Including all Intersections of streets (except
ing such portion of said street and intersec
tions as are required by law to be kept in order
or repair by any person or company having
railroad tracks IhereoUi and aisA < xcuptfJ*U(
■nob portions » s have already been grade?],
graveled and accepted) be graded and graveled
in accordance with the plans and p.oii | on ii >
in the office of the city cngluoer and »j c duca*
tions on tile in the office of the c ty clerk bl 'no
city of the city of Los Angele for Ki'.u b 1
streets, said apecittuatlous \> lug numbered
five.
Becond—-That a cement curb h> en--.i r ■<■; ,• 1
a lon - ; each llneof the roadway oS-nd star s' iv t
from the southerly curb Une of I' en -1 reet to tho
northerly curb line of Sixteenth Ifeet, ek*
cepting along such phi CtotH of I ■ ■ ,i i <>» ■ 3d
roadn uy upon which n -vair-'C n.* #r n't \ - irb
has already been constructed and accepted,) In
accordance with specifications In the oluce ol
tho oity clerk of said city tor constructing co
ntent curbs, said specifications being nu n
be red twelve.
Third- That a cement sLlcwalK live feet In
width bo constructed aloitg each side ot-fald
Star street from Hie southerly euro hue
of Pico street to tne northerly curb line ol W x>
teenth street excuunn*? such portions of snd
street between said poluts ah nig which a
cement or asphalt sidewalk Ks«S been eon*
atructed and accepted .said sidewalk to be con
structed In accordance with spec 1 float loos ou
tile in theofficoof the city clerk, saldSpcelfl
ealions being numbered twelve.
OKC.9. The city engineer having estimated
that the total cost oi alt) improvement
will be greater than ou . p. trout fool
along each line of satd street, including the
cost of intersections, it is hereby deter mln ■ i
in pursuance of au act of tne legislator m the
state of California, approved Ifebrnary 27,
\ri\YA, that bonds shall be issued to represent
the COSt of said Improvement. Said •
be serial, extending over a period of <) yeArs,
an even proportion ofwhicn shall bj | lyablsj
aimuallv on tbe second day of January, of oacn
year, after their date until the whole ara paid,
and to bear (uteres* at the rate of 7 per cent
per annum, payable semi-annually on the sec
ond days of January aud Julyoi eaoh and
every year.
Bidders must lile witb each proposrtl o] bfd
acheek payable to the order of tho luSVor Ol
this city, certi'ied by a responsible bank, for an
amount* which shall nol be less than temper
cent of the aggregate of tin propo.-al, or a bond
for the said amount and so pay i !, slgnu 1 h ,-'
the bidder and by two nurctie who shall s
tifv, before any officer competeni to admftils.
teranoath, in double the said amunn','and
over and above all statutory exemptions, "
In bidding use blanks which will be fur
nished by the city clerk upon application.
Los Angeles, Cal., Doc. i-<, 8»8.
C. \. LUCK KNBACIf,
City Clerk and ex-offlclo Clerk of the Ootiucil
of the City of Los Angeles Jt
Notice of Street Work.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBW THAT
On Monday, the 4th day of Beecmber, A.l>,
1803, the council of the elty of Loh A-nr- >h
did, at its meeting on said day, adopt an ordt
nance of intention, numbered liUl (ttSW bo
ries), to have the following work done, towit:
First —That a cement sidewalk six feet iv
width be constructed along the north side of
said
SKVKNTH STREET
From the westerly curb line of Peart strpet lo
tho easterly curb line of Bixel street (except.
Ing such portions of said Btreet between said]
points along which a cemeni or asphalt side
walk lias been constructed and accepted?, said
sidewalk to be constructed in accordance with
■pooifieatloni on file in the office of the cityi
clerk, said specifications being numbered
twelve.
Second—Ordinance No. 1900 being (c con*,
flict herewith is hereby repealed. '
Reference Is hereby made to the Raid ordi
nance of intention for further particulars.
1). A Watson,
Street bupeminvideu .
By P. C. Uam:on, Deputy. Ut

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