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I "bS" Inserted in thje columns of The Herald at O ♦ : 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY ~„.._„ _ . « . p BK lixE I'F.R SIONTH : Special rajes for a longer period, ♦- ' ♦ Persons wanting, situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sei'l prv-perty, will do veil to advertise In The ll.EitAi.i-. cftnitcH C* f> 3fIjECH OF Till" NEW KRA -MEETS AT Illinois hall each Sunday at 11 o'eloci and 7 -45 p. m. Morning-discussion always of great Interest to thinker.- Evening service conduct e i by Rev. J. E. WrlgHit, the friend of inimaii liy the champion of human equality ou "ap plied Christianity." X V. Wsrosier, nominee of the Populists, it is cxiieou** will also be pres ent, (foolman's quarto tte. Let nil reformers rally to this meeting. AH »eais free. _ THE~FIRST SPIRITf.'AJ, SOCIETY OF LOS Angeles meets cveny. Sunday afternoon in the New Music hall, 23t South Spring street. Lyceum at Ip. m. At Si:oO pro. a medium's conference will bo hci4. At 7:30 p. m. Mrs. A D WiggtnwiU lecture on Mrdininrhip the Bed Rock of Spiritualism. Madam Krieg- Eoseh will sing one of her tine soios. Music Tinder the direction of W. Ashlcigh Turner. Admission locents. CHRIST CHI RChT' FFISCOPA Flower and Pico ejtrcets: Alfred S. t lnrk. rector; residence. *37<> Figueroa street, tundav services, 11 a. Si. aud 7 i.'tO p. m. Holy communion first and Herd Sundays of the mouth. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Seats free. Strangers" are cordially invited to all services. Electric cars to Pico Heights or Uni versity station pass the church. 1-1 IRST1RST PRESBYTErTvT.'"cIK'RCH, CORNER ' second and Broadway, preaching 11 a m. by pnstor; Sunday school 9:30 a.m.; Y\ P. s. C. E. 0:20 p. m. Xo preaching ibis evening. Prater meeting daily at noon nnd Wednesday at 7:45 p m. Strangers cordially invited to attend all services. IKTEREOTINGSERVICES OF~THE CHURCH of Science, orand opera house hall, this evening at 7:30. Inspiring song by Professor- James G. Clark. A. I. Swarts, Ph. I)., will lec ture on From Old to New. Rev. Dr. Wasson and others will take part. All welcome. Ad mission, 10 cents. PETERSILEA rsYCIfICAL MEETINGS, KV ery Sunday evening at 7 :30, at Caledonia hall, 119 1 , Spring St. Incontrovertible evi dences of' continuity oi life demonstrated by automatic writing, tests and psyehrometric delineations. CARLYLE PETERSILEA, Chair man. FIRST UNIVERSALIS!' CHURCH, CAlE donia liall, 119' .S. Spring st., 11a. m.; Sunday school at 12:16 p. m. Pastor Rev. A. A. Rice begins a series of talks on Liberal Dif ferences. Subject today; Doctrinal Difference Among Universalists, CHU RCH~OF ST. PAUL THE APOSTLE (Episcopal), Olive street, opposite Central park. Holy communion. 7:30 a. m. Morning prayer. Sermon 11 a. m. Evening prayer and address 7:45 p. ra. Tha rector, Rev. John Gray, will olficiate. REV. - jrH.>HaUPS. THJ2~PASTOR OF THE People's church, will preach at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. on Sunday, September 2d, in Blanchaiid A Flwgerald's Becltal hall, No. 115 S, Spring St. Everybody cordii-lly invited to attend. R~EV. _ wrH7liOI>Sl5N, 11 J)., WILL PREACH for the central Baptist peopio at the Ad vent church on Carr street, first street south of I*l CO, between Main and Hill streets, today at 11 o'clock a. m. Everybody Invited. HEOSOi'HHAL SOCIETY —FREE LEC turo this evening at 7:15 o'clock at Bla vatsky hall, 431 1 3 Spring s.rcet. Subject,' The Source of Theosophv, by Mrs. L. F. Weiersmu ler. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH, CALE donia Hall, closed till September 10th. SPKOIAI. NOTICE. TIJOTICE-filE LOS ANGELES ( 'Ity" WATER iA company will strictly eniorce the follow ing rules: The hours for spri!:klin« are be tween ti and 8 o'clock a.m and 0 and 8 o'clock p.m. For a violation oi the above regulation the water will be shut off nnd a line of $2 will be charged before the water will be turned on again. 8-17 tf TH FfSA FEI (EPOS IT BOXES OF THE STATE Loan and Trust company are enclosed in a fire-proof and burgitir-proot" vault, with time lockl and brilliantly lighted with electricity; alcoves attached for the private examination of valuables, witli writing materials; a young lady in attendance. 8-1 tf ESmT.VsT FEM ALE PILLS AS A SPEC IFIC monthly medicine for immedinte relief for painful and irregular menses—from what ever cause. For side by GEO. 11. FREEMAN CO., 102 N. Spring st. Price, S>2 per box. ST. PAU L'S "HOBPITAL7~c6rT" SIXTEEN I'll and Hill sts.; experienced nurses nnd the best of care and attention; telephone number changed to 103 west. 8-25 lm meTLouise rottTTwFijTTucopen iikr dressmaking rooms, 107 X. Spring st., Schumacher block, rooms 4 and 5, Monday, Bept. 3d. 9-1 Vt f. — OFFICE, . 12 renter pice... 1-15 ;i FRESH ROASTED ON our giant coffee roaster: Java and Mocha, Bse. lb.; mountain coffee, 20c; 0 lbs. rollei Wheat, 25c; a lbs. corn meal, 150. • 22 lbs browu sugar, $1; 8 lbs. tonus, 25c.; 3 cans oysters, 25c,; can deviled ham, sc; brook trout, 15c.; baked beans, 10e.; 2 lbs. cooked ham, 15c; 60 bars soap, :fl; pork, lo ! _c; ba con, ISfjC.: wood pails, 15c; l.room's, 15c.; Mason far* ECONOMIC STORKS, 305 S. Spring st. Ii7ERi«JxAI.-i:AlLl*ii BBOS.-(. : OU> BAR X flour. 96c.: eltjr flour, 70c; granulated sugar, 17 lbs., fl; brown cugiir, 21 lb*.,fKl; 0 lbs. rolled oats, 25c; sardine:-, 5 boxes, 25c.; tomatoes, 2 cans, 15c.; midland coffee, 25c lb; eastern oil, 75c; gasoline, 75c.; 4 packages Btaich, 25c; lard, 10-lb. can, 80c.; 5 lbs., 45c. ©01 S. Spring St., corner Sixth. C~ IHABE'S MARKET, tils S. SPRING-ft' 1,8.< / boiling beef, n6c; 2 lbs. round steak, 15c.; rib steak, Oc.: sirloin, tenderloin or porter house stenk, r-".jc.: stewing mutton, Be.; legof mutton, Ho.; rib or shoulder chops, 2 lbs., 15c. Everything else in proportion. CHASE'S MARKET, ills S. Spring. T~HB — PEN^'y" — LUNCH - HOUSE WILL GO back into the owner's hands on Sep>ember 8. Penny dishes served to order. A good 10 cent meal, consisting of meat, bread and but ter, beans or fruit, coffee and vegetables. Call and see us. MRS. KOBURN, Prop'rs. it PERSONAL— YOU CAN REM"o~VE~SUPEI! -lluous hair from face, neck and arms in flve minutes with NUDENE, without pain or Injury to the skin. Scud for circular. Agents wanted. NUDENE MAXF'O CO., 210 Front St., San Franoiseo. 8 19 su-tu-th 3m W X mer, strictly temperate, 27 years old. Wishes the Acquaintance oi" a lady with some means and willing to help build up a home. Address G. MILLER, Pomona, Cal,, box 221. 9-1 8t I Personal—a yo"ung max. aged - 25; (German Catholic) would like to make the acquaintance of a lady German); object matrimony. Address ED, box 40, this office. 8-31 7t I~>ERBOXAJL— PIANO rUN jxcTT Hls"! dONTH $2; cash paid for old pianos; send postal. BLOOMFIttLD'S piano repair rooms, v7s E Pico; 27 years' experience. 11 M" LIE" RIT IE NT 11'ic F A LMIST, HOT D ing reeeplious, ladies and gentlemen, 052 K. Broadwuy, cor. Seventh; fees 50c. and S>l; hours 9 a. m. till 9 p. m. 8-22 lvi (Glimpses of America- bead the T coupon offer today. If you avail yourself cf the opportunity you can easily mnke s>2o. COSfHCLTISfO KNGINKKIta. HENRY E. BRETT, MKCHAHICAL F.N. ginaer sod draughtsman. 114 N, spring -8-13 lm HJIP WAJfTIBD—HALK. MEN TO SELL BAKING POWDER~To"TIiI grocery trade; steady employment; expe rience unnecessary; $75 monthly salary am expenses or com. If offer satisfactory addres at once, with particulars eonceriiiiig'yoursell U.S.CHI MICAL Vl ORKB,Chicago. 8-20 sun 10 W-VNTKI' ALL N;.EI> IN 11 iTeL FR K1 M employment or any informnlion, addrei E. NITTINGER'S UUKEAU, established ISSti office, 3l!>'i s. Spvins st.; residence, 451 6 Hope St., comer Filth, Los Angeles. Cal. Tele phone 113. 5-10 tf \\ T .VNf ED-EX I'EBIKNCKD TIME-KEITI'KJ IT *o take entire ehnrge of factory pay rol of 300 men ; wanted nlso, clerk in olli'cc ; rails bethcrough and quick at tyrnrea; answer witl references. N. R. c, box 50, tliis oflice. 8-31 3t ta.MJWJt-THIS AMoT'nTTTvILL LOAN TC SPMtIUU reittonslblo honse, wholesale oi mau-lfaeturcrs. for position of trust or snles mini, best oi references given as to ability nnc integrity. Address L. '/... box 00, this ofilee it CI JfY AND COt'NTY OFFI CfAl, FREE I.A nor bureau, 240 New HlgtisL; Telephon* 11 -3 ; for tools, waiters, hou ehold help, me cbanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, .Manager. 11-10 tf To|r anted— Man of good address w ho tt bus lots of energy; previous experiencf not necessary; refierenee 4il Stimson block. . 8-7 lm P~~ K 7 l l -V. iTi .MMEL & CO., 300-302T~WKSI Second st.. tel. 509. The best employ ment oflice in every way in southern Califor nia. 7-12 If T»rANTEI>-A SOLICITOR EXPEIUEn"cED tt in shirt business, or who would like to learn. Address 11. 1)., Box 20, tills office. a-20tl •\\ r ANTi:n-i'i;i:ss boy at 309 w. BEO T T Oli.i si. 9-1 let WASriD- AO It MTU WANT Es— AGEX'rjTr OUVI RST-cT,ASS SPE c allies. Address by mail only, with 2c stamp for Uses and term 3. J. BROWN, 215 N. Hope St. 9-2 7t QEN IS WANTED—Uif.j SOUTH BROAD VMiy, room 2. lifter 10 a. m. H-2 3t SIIUATIONS WANI'KU-MALIC. "I\- ANTErt-SlTt r ATlON*r' BY AN EXrERI TT eneed man in the crockery business as talesman or packer; ten yours experience; can sive the very best of references. Address C.H. P„ box 50. Ibis office. 0-10 tf OTA NTED—TWo WORTHY YOUSU MEN! tt who can sive the best of references, desire snvkiud of work, city or country. Address (YORK, box 50 this oflice. 7-13 If ANTED—EMPLOYMENT BY Al BREAD baker; strictly temperate. Address BA KER, box 20, thia office. WANTED'— FOSTfToN BY FIRST-CLASS >t trimmer. Address M. MOORE, Santa Monica, Ca'. 11 SI Tl7 A T DNS W AMTSt D— FKM AI.K. in ANTED — FAMILY NURSING —BY AN tt American young woman of several years' fxperienee in an eastern sanitarium and in private families; no objection to country or traveling. Address ti. A. WILLIS, Ninth and Central aye., S. E. It \YA S1 ii D—BY EXPERIENCED WOMAN" TT witli gqod references, situation ns house keeper. Address Room 0, Mathews House, bet. Los Angeles and Wall sts. 8 28 7t tirASTEii-Situation 7 by"spamsii laiiy TT as teacher, in either school or private [amilv. Address 151 N. Dnly st., East I.os An. jcles. 8-28 8t \n)UNG~LADY DESIRES - POSITION "aS house-keeper to a widower; good refer snces. M, this office. 9-2 2t \I7ANTED -SEWING IN FAMILY; #1 A TT dnv: first-class cutter and fitter. Koo:a 19. 235 S. Hill st. It PE RIE NtX D~ L~A I7Y~T>EsTrES "m ANA GE l j ment of hotel or lodging house. E, thia oflice. 9-2 2t BY THE DAY >> 800 Rosnliclle >it. 9-2 2t WAWTKD-TO KKNT. 'T;Y ANTIi:D T0 BENT—WE HAVE 7 OR 8 T T customers, wanting 5 and ti-room modern cottages; prompt pay and good care of prop, erty assured; we also have ft customers who want furnished cottages.s or 0 rooms; must be modern: the best of care given the property end prompt. F. ii. I'IEPEK it CO., 108 8. Broadway. It YYa~n-"ed— fok"mTurif.T>~ couFleTtwo T T unfurni shed rooms in excl.eugefor piano lessons. Address ELECTRICIAN, 008 S. Broad way. 9-2 It •\YANTF.D-BY YOUNG MAnTfI'RNISHED tt room closo in; must bo reasonable. Ad dress E. C, box 20. Hcnild. 8-14 tl TI7ANTED—TO BENT—2B TO 40 FVR ii nished rooms. Address ROOMS, Box 20, this oflice. 8-29 7t WASTKn-HraCKLIANKOUS. ■\Y AN " IKD - A LADY IN" THE tt fcrs a home, with clothes, to an elderly lady; two in family; very little work; com panionship the principal object. Address MRS. R. 0. HARRIS, Tho Palms, Cal 8-31 3t \YANTeF— BY'"" A WORK ING MAN, 3S, TT having a good trade and steady work, the acquaintance of a respectable lady with a view lo matrimony. Address E. F.,*box 00, this office. 9-2 3t \\T ANTED AT ONCE—ALL KINDS OF"SEC _ - Ti ond-hand furniture for spot cash; highest prices paid. LEW IS & ALDERSON 312 8. Main st. Tel. 1108. 1-10 tl VVTANTED—HORSES TO BOARD, DAY OR Tt month : reasonable rates; best care given. BROADW AY STABLE, BARKER & ACKER, 428 S. Broadway. 8-22 lm SECOND-HAND CASH~REG. lster; stato price and make. J. H.,--18 N. Spring st., Los Angeles. 9-2 7t tank and tower in gnod condition and cheap. Aadress X.L,, lxixOO, this office It YY A N'l Kll-FOR,"SPOT~i r ASII. TT stoves, carpets, etc., etc. COLGAN'S, 310 S. Main street. 8-30-lm \YANTED— LENS AND CAMERA TT over. Address CAMERA, box 30, tnii oflice. . H ■\XTANTED-A WHOLE OR HALF INTER tt est in a saloon. Address G., box 00, this office. 9-1 2t \Y ANTED -i GOOD SECOND-HAND BICYCLE TT forOUh. J. A. SHERMAN, 200 s. Broad way. It ANTED —FAMILY WASHING DONE AT reasonable ji-iees. 132S S. Main St. It i.ohtt/and rouHii. 1 THE 28th Inst, on cable line between Seventh and Broadway and Hansen end Downey nve., a laity's gold watch, bearing on one side en graved monogram M. E. M.; Hie 'other side sel with five diamonds and a ruby. Finder will please return to oflice of ANCHOR LAUNDRY, ,19 S. Los Angeles st. nnd receive WIS re wa.il. 8-:u :ii PHY*ICIAN«. DR. C. W. UNGIfIC EX-ARMY^TIO^TOR from Berlin, Germany, cures all female and chronic di-eascs, both' medical and surg tealj culnrrh, rhsumatum, medicine .fl a bot tle; cancers, tumors, piles removed without knife; come and sec tlie cancer: 2545. Mail: st. oflice hours, 10, 12; 2, 5: 0, 8. 8-3 lin \f ns. - DR. J. h.' smFni, SPECIALTY, MID .Tl wifery. Ludies earod for during confine ment at 727 Bellevue aye. Calls promptly at tended to Tcieplione 1 119. 0-5 tf A ITOKKKVM. "tay c. hunter, attorney-at-law fj Stimson block, rooms 427 and 428. Tel< phone 620. Practices in ail the courts, state and federal. 7-1 tf HONBAK ER, GOODRICH 4 McCl'Ti iI EEN, lawyers; rooms 543 to 540 Bradbury blk., sth floor, cor. Broadway A Third sts. Tel. 1120 CARTER A OFFICES 3.. lo 38 Brysou block, I.os Angeles. 8-10 t . ''/is 41,1 . MAYER, KCIENTIFIf' MASSAGE and medicated bnths; invalids cared for. 1905 Park Grovo st., near Estrella aye 7-31 tl MRS. I.E GRAND ANWAY~FdRMhRLY TIf Boston, experienced masseuse; open Sun days. Room 8, 33i; s s. Spring st. 8-1 tf A "FRENCH LADYrWAGNETIO - HEALER," lady attendant tiIVM S. Spring, room 10. 8-14 li'a .--jr A CKfTHIKHTS, Kit, PATENTS FOR fxVENTIONS IN ALL COUN 1 tries obtained, bought and sold; trade marks, copyrights, etc., by S. J.DAY' A- CO patent- attorneys, rooms 232-2.13 Bradbur, building, Los Angeles, Established IH4». 1-2811 UA'/. A Rl) A"TOW NS EN 0,9 DOW NE YBLO (' X TeL 347, I.os Aiigcßs. 11-21 If f. L. i Or X ! A! AirTlAcifs «c X v 7 AUG. WAGNIE Works. Maf'r of electric apparatus, 148 W. Fl'th St., tools and tine niHcliine works. 7-4 tl COSIIUCIUK-. C6I»R'aVsCHEREH. pus and asphalt paving. 237 ttf First t. LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2. fß94< BUSINKIIH OrPOItTCNITIIER. SALOON MEN ATTENTION—BEING COM pelled to go north on account of sickness In my family, 1 will rent the Senate saloon and Cafe, 410 South Maiu, for 3 monthl to •some good, responsible man with the privilege of buying aller that date. E. J. MCCORMICK, Manager. 8-80* ti TTIOR B A LE- WIIOI.FSAI.B AnTi RETAIL X 1 trail and proehrw, IF7WO and IpiOO; grocery, irlooo; butcher shop. smoo; delicatessen siore bargain ; rrslourants, .fIOO lo V-WO; fruit sloio cheap; lodging house, .fIOOO. E. NITTINOEK, s. Spring, information ur.d eoilcetion bureau. 8-10 lm HOTEL FOB SALE - Till: FURNITURE AND least of the best jmying all-year-round liotel at tlie bcticii; splendid eiianee for party wanting a business alrtmly established; low for cash: possession given a! once. For pnrtic uiurscail at Si. JAMES HOTEL, Simla Mon ica. 8.20 7t i DAKERS—A \VELt.-K»TABLIBHED BAKERY j I 5 atld. bread route, also eating house; silu atcd in brick building near Glenwood hotel a:»d just north oi ihe opors hou-e; outnt com ilelc, "r'soo. Address CITY BAKERY. 0.4 Main st., Riverside, Cal. 8-28 tf Ipoh - sale—a fresh stock ofi.'roi'Eß ie* and fruits, together with the lease, delivery wagon and horse, in good central lo cation," is offered for cash; a bargain for the right man. F. ii. tieper a co., loe s. Broad way. 9-2 Jt 1-ioft sale-lodging houses andifo- -1 tels in any part of tho city and at any price : yon want; some eountrv hotels. ASSOCIATED HOTEL INFORMATION BUREAU, 102 Soma Broadway. 8-5 tf Ofl 7v-f-u*it stand, including "iiu I rvl t*f lag and lease of grounds for two venrs; rent very cheap; a snap. ROYCE it PULLMAN, 117 s, Broadway. 9-2 ti 1-<op BALi: -™A good busimem to a _vb man; located lil'teen miles from I.os An geles. For particulars inquire of GARDNER A OLIVER, 100 S. Spiing st. 8-31 3t fi» |—'r - F Rl' IT ST AN I) INCLUDING BITLD. I if) Inf and lease of grounds: living rooms In rear; centrally located. ROVCK & I'CI.L -MAN, 147 S. Broadway. 9-2 It Q>«)»)-*-FRCIT STAND AND TORACCO eiP__Tr store, good location;two living rooms; value in sight. BOVCE A PULLMAN, 117 a Broadway. 9-2 tf CALOON MEN—THE MAXITOI', 410 NORTH k~ Main St., will be sold for "-XIO. Now is yonr chance. E. J. M CORMK'K, 410 South Main. 0-2 tf |iae- BAXBB tT INCLtTDI NO LI V INO. «T I —tl rooms; cheap rent and centrally lo cnted. RoYCE A PULLMAN, 147 S, Broad, way, 9-2 tf U£» >*) \ — BKSTA ("It ANT ON SPRINg'sT BELT —...I doing good business; chenp rent. ROYCE A PULLMAN, 147 S. Broadway. 0-2 tf ÜBE It"'ABA RNA ItD~ 237~ WT SECOND ST~, will sell out your store, lodging-house or any branch of business quick for cash. 9-1 tf ITnroo wanttowstosk of ness without delnv for cash, apply to 11U BER A BARNARD, 227 \V. 2d St. I^OR~SAti-^-A" WELL-PAVlN(4 GROCERY . business; invoice about 1,2600. Address A, box 00, this ofilee. It 1~~jU)R SALE - A'F'I'OMONA—I SELL~TH E earth. Several good business openings. K. S. BASSETT. BUY A LEGITIMATE BUSINESs""oF ANY kind go to BEN WHITE, 221 W, First street. 0-22 tf O SELL YOUR bTsTniTssTTuOMPTLY FOR _ cash, go to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First at. 7- 4 tf I." OR SALE—IU'STAU RANT, CHEAP; GOOD location, inquire nt 4J7 S. Spring 9 2 lit ds->-A lodoTngitocsE,ia"roomsTb EN WHITE, 221 W. Fir.-t st. 8-9 tf ACHANCK OF A LIFETIME—BEAD tTiE 1\ great coupon offer in this paper. UIIIIOATIONAL. rpHE LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE X (Incorporated), located at 144 S. Maiu St., is the largest and best equipped institution In Southern California It provides a thorough business training in the most practical way. The commercial course is not surpassed on this coast. The shorthand department lends all competitors and is a great success. Its de partment of penmanship is conducted by Prof. E. K. Isaacs, a teacher of national reputation. Tho teachers of this collcgo are eminently fitted for their work. Day session open all tho year. Night session will open September 3d, at 7 p.m. Send for catalogue. E. R. SHRADER, president; F W, KELSEY, vice-president; I. N. INSKEEP, secretary. 8-19 lyr OODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 22tf~s7 Spring it., the oldest, largest and finest equipped commercial school in Southern Cali fornia; a thorough course in the commercial branches and banking; a superior mid lUeOaas ful shorthand and typewriting department and a practical English course; new college rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec tric elevator 'or pupils' use; new furniture and appliances; open all tho year; pupils re ceived at any time; illustrated catalog.ie and full informa'ion free. G. A. HOUGH, presi dent; X, C. FELKER, vice-president. 4-4 ly HpHKOOP POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, I'AS- X adena, California, the only institution in Southern California providing thorough in dustrial and art training for both sexes in con nection with scientific, literary or classical education. Sloyd school for younger pupils. Manuiil training school and College of technol ogy. Courses largely elective. Good homes for studonts. For catalogue and lull informii tion address PRESIDENT CHARLES U. KEYES, Pasadena, California. 7-21 3m CCIDEXTAL "COLLEGE, LOfT"ANGELES, Cal. Curricula of best eastern colleges its models. Faculty most carefully selected io ii 11 various chairs. Preparatory and eoilegjate courses, musical, English, scientific, literary and classical, open to both sexes. Termopens September 18th. Address OCCIDENTAL COL LEGE, station B, Los Angeles, CaL 8-18 lm LASSES FOR THE~sfUDY~OF PHILOSO phy (metaphysics, ethics, sociology, politi cal economy) and of psychology on a physio ogieal basis; instruction also in other cognate branches of knowledge; highest references. Ap ply to G. GLASEB, Ph. P.. 220 S. Hill St. 8- 10 lm ochool of phy'sicaiTtraTning, ELO O cution and dancing, 220 S. Spring st. iter opens September 17th. Scientific training; no gymnastics; health restored by exercise. Pructlcal elocution. Society and stage danc ing. NAOMA ALKREY, Pr'in. 8-5 3m G - ' irlsTcolleg Tate School— 410 W. Tenth st. Reopens Monday, September 24. Boarding pupils'received. MISS PARSONS and MISS DENNEN, principals. P~ rivateTciTool f7sVr~bo~y*9 and young men; a summer c)«ss in tho forenoons, private lessons in Engvafe branches and Hie elastics, A. B. BROWN, a. M. (Yale). 33 Poto mac block, second floor. 7-26 lm ll"y^l^ _ men~to know thattiTey can have gymnasium and bath privileges with modern instructions at $1 per month at L. A. Athletic club. 7-4 tf t~oB~Xngeles""training SCHOOL f'lX lj corporated) for ktndeigaxtners. Address MRS. N. D. MAYHEW, 070 VT. Twenty-ibird st. 7-8 tf I rpHE LONOLEY~SIIORTIf AND INSTITUTE X experienced tcaclieis; private inslruc lion. Bradbury block. 8-5 }in ASTBURY SHORTHAND AND^TYPEVv'rI t l ing school, Potomac block, 217 8. Bd'y. 78tf ETBURY" BANJO STHDIO; POTOMAC block, 217 S. Broadway. 7-8 tf kxchakgig. yOR EXCIIANC,E-SJ3sotl; EIJUITY' IN A X I splendid ranch in Nebraska; also Ji inter est in remunerative business, In this state, either or both lor properly in this or Or ange comity; will assume; principals only. Address U, box 00, this office. It I7»OR OR 50 ACRES FINE ' corn or al'alfa land lor city property oi business. PARCELS, 121J a South Broadway. JjSOR EXCHANGK-A FINE MARE; GOOD 1 traveler, cart and liarucss, for a bicycle. Monday ftt 125 S. hroedivay. \ t C - OOPfSK--.«K. V\?E tt barrels and kegs for wines, liquors, oils, beef, flsh, pork, lard, pickles, etc., etc. We will fill all ordors promptly for cither soit wood or oak packages. Out-of-town orders will receive our prompt attention. L. A. COOPERAGE CO.. 820 East First SU Tel 020 0-2S li HOrKL ABOILK, LOCATED, OLIVE ANITHtfIT / ones-trcels; day boarders. Rooms elegant ly InriAsrued. All modern conveniences. Table raaiftOt be surpussed. Terms reascnable. D. E. BAfMON. propriclor. 7-1 Sly CHinot'OlilSls. IrS'if'.''vi>TAKKKß, CH I nswam 2H W. I'lrsl St., opp. Nadeau. 12-24 li a v r.*ji .* cia .». H ALMIC OPTICIAN, with theL. .v. Optical Institute; eyes ex a mined free. 125 V-, Spring st. 5-HO U J>ltttsr.*isAKKli. MRB. D. GRIFWTB, DBE&S.'J Ai\ I I:. 11. moved to 540... Pevrl. 8-31 lm THE HERALD'S DIRECTORY. A_ List of Prominent Business and. Professional Finns of the City of Los Angreles. A. Plncc to I.Dole for What You Want—Hints an to How to Save Your Money-Y'nlualile Advice for Everybody - Ijcad These Columns Every TJtiy. ATTORN KVif-AT-IAW. Wll''nU NN.~ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, R'MS • 205, 200, 207 and 2uS, New Wilson bl'k, corner of First und Spring sts. IRA 11 \I.I . Counsel ior-a t-Law. 120' j south Spring at. ■\\- W. HOLCOMB— ADVICE FREE ON ALL t! .legal matters. 211 West First street, Los Angeles. I OHM W. M mCB ELI.—sOuT'HW' EST COR f I DOT First and Broadway. Rooms 1 and 2. Practices in all California courts. /"'IIFNEY ,fc CRONTN—N. W. COB. FRANK \j lm and New High sts., Angeles. Rooms 12, 13, 14, Abstract and Title Insuran?e block. "*A~ c.'tißODE RSEN, ATTORNEY AND COON -I\, selor-al-law. rooms 15. 10 and 17 Rogers hMek, 217 New High st. TeL 1104. VY iIXJAM T. CBAIO, ATTORNEY AT LAW. TT Rooms 14 and 15 iemple block. Tele phone 1357. IE7 X HKNNING, ATTORNEY AT LAW. tt _ Downey block. Los Augeies. T.. E. MOOni', THOS. XEEVE KEEFE A MOORE, 13-', s. Spring st., room 15. \7ICTOR BICYCLES — OVERMAN WHEEI, Co., Westminster Hotel blk; bargains In secondhand Victors; high grade repair work. T T NION AND STERLING BICYCLES, Gt'AR- U antecd; highest grade wheels in the mar kei: on the installment plan. RUSSELL MANUFACTURING CO., 113 W, Fifth s>. K EATING BIC\"CI.E - WHEN IN DOUBT ride a KEATING, Style correct, quality correct, price correct. lIAW LEY", KING A CO. 210 and 212 N. Main st. (10LFMBIA BICYCLES HAVE ALWAYS J been and are still the leaders. STEPHEN A HH KOK, agents, 210 and 212 West Fiilh. TTOWLEP. CYCLES ARE XOT SOLD ON PAST X 1 reputation, but present merit. Guaranteed repairing. Slate headquarters, 481 S. Spring st. M _ XrT""iT~IIcYCLE — STRONGEST WHEEL made: liglit ond durable: latest styles, improvements. 11. O, HAINES, 339 N. L. A. St. TTLBRTtiHT A FOR U Thistle ilievcle. First-class repairing, en ameling and nickel plating. 422 S.^pring^st^ H — HrniXON - &~00. 905"" W. FOURTH ST. • Ladies and gents pneumatic bicycles to rent. Repairing a specialty. R. CLAY*, mgr. T>ACIFIC~C:Y ; CIS — CO., MANtWACTURERS J oi the Pacific bievcles. Diliieult repairing a specialty. 021 s. Broadway, Tel. B~ fcYCLES, V"EHICLI£S OR CRANK ORGANS for sale, trade or rent. "Cheap livery," F. MOAT, 401 s. Broadway. vi TII()S. 11. B. VARNEY, \\ . const agt. for Rambler bicycles. Tele phone 1351. 427 S. Spring st. UK ASS tSaCTFIC BRASS WORKS, CORNER UPPER I Main and Alpine sis. Plating, pal tern mak ing, machine shop anil foundry. Tel. 1127. B~ IROxTiboDS FOR WATER, GAS and steam; brnss castings; pattern making. JAMES JONES A CO., cor, sevcni 'i and Spring. BOOKS. ECOND-HAND^SttToOL BOOKS WANTED for cash. Paper novels etc.. exchanged at ANTIQUARIAN book store, 117 W. First at. TtTxTlTiorsANi) voixmTjs keTv, old Itl and rnro books. Stationery and school supplies. I'OWLF.R A COI.WELL, 115 iV. 2d. BAKKEtIf anij oariß. YTENNA l: > KERyTiI9 W\ FIRST. LUNCH- V at nil hours. J.udies'separate apartments. Surpasslu g cc ft ' cc, Die:id, cakes nnd ]>.istry. Baku Mat a* *t"i'"'i |!^_ mm . 1,-> W. &To. E. HOPPERSTEAD, 110 W EST Third st.. wholesale and retail manufac turers of guaranteed razors and griuders of all kinds of cutlery. __________ i.i'.i, iostki:. J,-! W. CAmTbELL, PRESIDENT L. A. BILL 2jm Post ing Co., member National Association oi Bill Posters. "Honesty" my motlo. Distrib uting and card tacking, fence, sign and wall advertising. 119 E. Second st. EO. p7jfTT,EAN7PRESIDENT STATE BILL \ T Posters' associntion, tho only bill poster iv I. Os Amides. s. MHin si. BOOK AND BHO ICS. C»irLsON-BOOT AXD SHOE MAKER. VT Repairing a specialty, 1838 S. Main St., also Pico and Pearl sts. OOTS AND"sIIOES M ADE AND REPAIRED. All work guaranteed. A. J. CLARKE, 205 S. Main St. I lIARBKCrKII Ms.Al.s. DELICKR'TaND W-IIOLESOME HOT MEALS from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily; 15 to 20 ocnu perineal. I. W. LEWIS. 124 X. Broadway. OA KNIA OK WORKS. THE SANTA FE "cArTIiIAGE BUY, sell and exchange all kinds of vehicles. Repairing a specialty at 305 E. First St. IMJONOMY IS WEALTH. W. H. SMITH IS \j shoeing horses lor *1 per scL All work guaranteed. Give me a trial—at 305 E. First st. rpHE TAb6TTTar"R|AGE WORKS, 135-141 X v.. Fifth st. Tel. 405. Painting, repairing and trimming. We carry full line of vehicles. TOH NiON - "OIcCAEN, CARRIAGE AND fl wagon work m nil Its branches. Horse shoeing a specialty. 430 S. Broadway. npHE PACIFIC CARRIAGE WORLS, GENER- X al carriage and wagon repairing. A. P. MtLACHLAN, 133 X. Los Angeles st, rpHE LOS AXGELES - CARRIAGE WORKS, X mokes new wotk to order. Repairing soli cited. 301 E. 'I bird st. Tel. 50L T— HE BALTI MORE CARRIAGE WORKS paint, trim and repair, buy and sell all kinds oi vehicles. J. W . WIIITELEY. 131 X. Los Angeles st. 11HE " ENTERPRISE CARRIAGE WORKS . buy, sell and exchange buggies, carriages and wagons. 115 X, Ixjs Angeles st. 1)~P. OWENS. BLMIKF>MITIt~AKD WAGON II. maker. Ilorsesiiocing a specialty. Prices to suit tlie limes. 0-15 N. Main st. cakmaoii I'Aisrriß'. AJ. germaTx, « practical carriage painter. / 1 P. WOLFROM, V F. carriage trimmer. 301 East Third st. Tel. 501. "1 V. RO\VAN— P R A (i'IO A L CARRIAGE fl • painter: Valentine slock used exclusively; nll work gnarHii >ccd, old X. Mnrnjit. fairvTew'cbeamery j Cream delivcied in any quantity. Cream delivered In all tight jars. Myers' ice cream, ssl per gallon. Fresh churned buttermilk delivered. FAIEVIEW CKtAMESY, 448 8. Spring at. r~HE U)» ANGI-LEB CREAMERY. FINEST X ie ' cream in the city. Creamery products a specially. 322 '\. Second st. Tel. 537. co MRS. OSWALD'S CORSET FACTORY' MAKES to order on short notice every stylo of dress, riding and abdominal corset; ladies' and child ren's waists; repairing a specially. 308 West Sixth Bt, . , 7 J— cnNritacroKji»ii> *y[JiZd!i!lsl~~ f RAY BROS. A WARD. CEMENT BPEOIAL \I ties. Contractors for reservoirs and irriga tion dilches. Telephone 230. 205 New High st. CAKPKT CIkAMNO WORKS. mBE FIONEBR STEAM CARPET WORKR: 1 old carpets relltted, new carpets sewed and laid. 20S-210 I-'. Seventh st. Tel. 217. Ct'TI.EK A NO UKINDItB. 1' J A 701 NCA V F. I)'A N D ALL KIN DS OF Iv grinding done in first-class order. OTTO SIEINEN, chiiick rariTS tSD vsacrASLis. MOT!' MARKET — coffees, spices and olivea, LUDWIG A WAONER. telephone 550, CuJlkki.V AMU lILAUWAKK. C" VfcOCK Wt, GWBBWARE AND TOYs" J GOLDEN RUL, t r. BAZAAR, tha maker ci low aiicaa ia Loa A.igelea. 247 8. Spring **. COPPBRPLATK KNOKAVINO. THeT FINEST ENGRAVED VVORK IN THB city, Curds, invitations, wedding announce mcnts, etc, 11. M. 1-KE <v. BRO. 140 N. Spring. DBNTIHTS. R. C. E. BL,\*K*eT~DENTIST, NOW OCCI'. pies the dental parlors of Dr. F. M. Palmer, No. 230'<, South Spring streel All operation! skillfully performed with Ihe latest methods. Dr. It. makes n specialty of extracting teeth his lale invention; an entirely " new system" of tooth forceps. All dlllicult oxtractlo'ns per formed with greater ease, safety and certatnty and with for less pom than heretofore inflicted with the old style of Instruments used. Appli cations made to tlie gums to prevent pain. Gas or other ana-sthetics given when required. Gentle treatment assured in all operations. B-iW lm 1882—Esrablislied~ii83 DR. L. W. WELLS, cornf.r spring and First st., Wilson block; take elevator. Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth ex tracted without pain. Room 1. ma tf. ADAMS BROS.' DENTAL* PAItEORS, 339' _ S, Springst.; painless extracting and till. Ing; plates, $l>, USB, ¥10; all work guaranteed; established 10 years. 7-7 tf 'T'ißN'-STTLI.INTbTDX* 1.D.5., GRADuTtE J!i of Chicago College Doatal surgery, 175 n. Spring st,, over Boston store, Los Angeles, Cal. \\ it DE R, Comer Seventh and Slain streets. Telephone 1031. 4-11 tf R. X F.NN ED V, DENTIST, 10S>4 N. SPrTnG St., rooms 2, 0 and 7. Painless extraction. 0-20 tf f,-iRANK STEVENS. 324' i 8. SPRING ST. X? Open Sundays and evenings; electric light. D~R. Wrp. - TCCK¥R~DBNTIBT. HAMMOND block, 120., South Spring St. DTBINfI AKO CLICANIIfO. Ne\v" dry dyeing and Works. Processes recently patented in Enrnpe. Best work in tho city. 308 West second street. "VfETROPOI.iTAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 241 JvL Franklin street, line dyeing and cleaning. I>ARISIAN DYE WORKS, 27S SOUTH MAIN St., best dyeing in the city. rTMiiTToOTn"^ X. 322 W. First st.; ladies' and gents' gar ments cleaned and dyed; prices reasonable. BRCOS. H. HANCIC PHARMACIST AND DRUG- V " gist. 177 and 170 N. Spring St., Los An geles, Cal. ÜBt^OAOIIis. CtHOICFST LINE OF DOMESTIC AND IM / ported delicacies in the city. FRIOKER _ 1-.SDI-.N, Moil .Market., Main st. THE FRANCIS — NF.WLY FURNISHED roomß from $2 per weel: and up. 322 South Spring street. HE NEWPORT — NEW HOUSE; FIRST* class in every particular; all outside rooms, elegiint and comfortable, at reasonable ratos; hot and cold baths nil day, free. 140 B. Fourth street, nearly opposite Westminster hotel. THE IRVING, 2208. HILL ST., NEAR COR. Second; very desirable furnished rooms, ivith or without housekouping privileges;sum mer rates. TM-IE CHELSEA, 239 8 HILL, BET. SEC- X ondandTlurd— First-class rooms and board; [icrmuncut lamilv boarders desired: summer rates. 7-29-St HE REVERE, 323 WEST SECOND STREET* near Broadway. Strictly iirst-class room ing house. Los Angeles, Cal. HE *'LIFTON—gT>~OD* SUMMER ROOMS single or en suilo. Board if desired. 231 --33 N. Broadway, opp. new court house. HE~ST. LAWRENCE — FURNIBHED AND unfurnished rooms; hot and cold water. N.E. cor. Seventh and Main st«. Tel 1031. HE PURCEI.L HOUSE-NEWLY FUR nished rooms ¥1 per week up. MRS. E. DUSBAULT, proprietress, 325 E. Third st. 1,-sOR RENT—FURNISHED FRONT*"ROOMS, 1 If 2 per week; outsido rooms, $1.25 por ,voek; large rooms. 519 s. Spring st. ROOMS—THE! PARKER, 424 S? W. Fourth st.; nicely furnished rooms, lingle or en suite; rates reasonable. HA~S~NICE AND COM fortable furniuhed rooms at reasonable rates. 312 S. Hill «l HE DENVER—I 33 N. MAIN ST* FINE furnished rooms; $1.50 per week and up. Center of city. -fiy SOUTH CROCKER, NEAR FIFTH St, -M_ Neatly furnished outside room 6, $1 per ,veek and up. fflOR RENT-NICE, CLEAN, FURNfSHED rooms, ft I per week. 222 S. Ix>s Angeles st. FTJKNITUKK. SILVERTHORNE & PARKER, HEADQUART ers for new and second hand furniture; rive us a call when buying or selling; goods sold on easy payments. Great bargains in foili ng beds. Sewing machines from $1.60 up, [uarauteed. SJp\_ 020 H. Springst, JOSEPH'S, TO BUY OR SELL YOUR HOTJSE hoId goods. 420 and 428 S. Spring si NADEAU, 203 AND 314 S. MAIN ST.; FUR niture, household goods; largest stock; lowest prices; I buy, sell or trade. SINCLAIR & CO SECOND-HAND llARD ware, stoves, ranges, harness, etc 203 S. Los Angeles street. NEW ANIisECOND-JIBB- GOODS BOUGHT and sold. GHsoline stoves repaired, 222 South Los Angeles street. O TO ARNOLD & SONS TO BUY AND SELL your furniture, carpets, stoves, etc 415 South Spring street, Los Augeies, CaL b"lcoTsEi3rYf"r iFIiFFicFTFIXTITRES iinlil you see CLIFFORD <fc MAGNUS. If wanting store fixtures, call at 251 S Alain st "asd second-hand goods OF X\ every description bought and sold. High est prices paid at 340 E. First st, SELL NEW «, and second-hand furniture. 257 and 259 S. Main st. Telephone 1100. 110~~~8 U Y~OR"VeLI"~Y~OUR FURNITURE, . stoves, carpets and baby carriages go to PAGE BROS., 310 S. Main si tJAOR CHEAP G*ASOijKE STOVEB olFnlF'. X ferent makes aud for furniture of all kinds go to CAEBER, 230 Aliao st, HE LOS ANGLES FURNITURE EX change is the place to buy your f urnitute. 361 N. Maiu. T" ILTOn7OO9 S. SPRING ST.. NEW AND Sec ond-hand furnitura bought, sold and ex changed. NEW SECOND HAND STORE WANTS goods, ETCUISON <fc LANE. 017 8. Spring ■treet. *G BARGAINS FOR SPOT CASH AT "BRENT'S," 410 8. Spring it. fill S.~SPRIN(} BT~~~~TUTTLE BUYS AND Oi I sells everything -dgjjf- t-ITTBR. BOOT AMlsllllltlUltm. ONOFRIO LICABTRO, FITTER, BOOT AND shoemaker, 320 W. Second st. Boot, shoe and gaiter uppers made for the trade. KISB, POULTRY AND Q^MBL 302 8. Sprilia-street. Free delivery. Tel. 1287. »iOITAKIBT. GIUJTAR LESSONS BY NOTE; EXECUTION Taspeeialy; guarantee scholars to be able to play iv society in three months; terms, 50 cents a lesson. MRS. C B. WAITE, 211 W. First si OTjHsm-rtf^ FL. Til ACKER] T24~~\TesT TniRD ST ■ Models mode. Gun and machine work. OAKOKN WOOD WOKK. HENRY HEEIIDT-OARDEN WOOD WOE* • specialty. 1018 8, Maia at. HORSE SJHOBB. NO FOOT: NO HORSE—nORSES SHOD according to nature and agreeable to art. Shoes mado for all disenses of tbe feet. GOODWIN'S SHOEING SHOP, 204 S. Los An- ( geles st. m "h."zkigler GIVES SPECIAL ATTEN- J.. I ion io contracted feet, corns, stumbling and interfering. 221 Kequenast. / 1 h7HOITDBN, PRACTICAL HORBEBHOBR. IT. Repairing neatly done. All work guar anteed .'lrst-elass. 005 E. l-Trstst. HO . HOTEL WORTH— 6th AND BROADWAY; first-class board ond lodging; summer rates; suites for F^._SPAULDLNG. RAN D ROPE AH HO TE .2 3 S. Spring St.; fine, largo rooms, $2 per week and up. ' HOTEL RAMONA-S. J. lIAMMOND, PROP., corner Third and Spring sts., I.os Ango )es. Cal. =![ _ HAItNXSS AKll "j~r7MORENO MANUFACTURES SADDLES', fj ■ harness and saddlery; Mexican saddles a specially. Bits, spurs and whips. 220 Alias st. OTTO KUF M ANUFAOIUUES'ALL STYLES of harness and lino horse boots, at a am si. , M~~~ Ba"ETL.R6BERTS "FASH 10 NABLE HAIR dresser. Shampooing, hair dressing 00c. 218', W.First si. Hair culling n spi'.y. Tel. 1391 JIVB PRISt BUSINESS CARDS tl PER 10O0; OTHER printing iv proportion. I'nciric Printing Pluiit, 217 New High si. Tel. 1400. FOR PALE OR EXCHANGE —CHEAP FOR cash or monthly payments, gray marc lj-20, sorrel horse $20, bay marc ir2s, bay horse $25; 117 Winston st., back pcs toII OS. LOAN OFtruilu MONEY LOANED OX PERSONAL PROPER ty. Unredeemed pledges for sale. 212H N. Springst. Temple block. L.4DDEK. HANlll'ACTlllli:,:. sT W' h OSTER, WHOLESALE AND RE IJm tail dealer in all kinds of ladders, 218 E. Second st. MABHAOK. MRS. BRA I -DRY," LATE OF CHICAGO, MAS sageand magnetic treatment; open Suu dqys. 123 S. Main st., room 9. JMBRKIL ( 410 S. MAIN ST. —THE \.i very best meat kept and sold at pleasing prices. J. WOI.LENSHLAGF.It, proprietor. TUORMA MARKET-aTi!AT~YOU CANNOT I. 1 got anvwhe c else try the Norma. 1820 S. Main sL Tel. 1171. M~ 6tT - MARK~ET—WHAT YOU CAN'T GET at the Norma, try tho MotU MANSFIELD BROS. 'Jel. ISS. MATrKRM NAKItK. IPACIFIC1 PACIFIC MATI'rESS FACTORY' MAKES all kinds of woven wire mntlresses, top mnltrcsses, bail-, floss, moss, Brnzilian hair and wool. Telephone 1289. Corner Third nnd Woifskitl avenue, two blocks north oi Arcade depot. ROBERT!, MANUFACTURER OF MAT • tresses and pillows; hair mattresses a specialty. 400 and -102 S. I.os Angeles. Tel. 11 87 HABTKIs, CALI.A*NDSEE OUItHfAXTELS WITH OVER tops, which we will set in house complete fors2s. J. S. IiItUNKR A CO., 610 N. Main st, \\rOOD, fltON AND SLATE MANTELS: FINE Vt cabinet ware to order; liardivood lumber. 11. HonrmANN, r.u B.Sprin|st tm. 70S. MsOHISC SHOT. RUasELL MANUI'.NG CO.. 143 W FIFTH ST. Model mnking and gonerol machine work. First clai.s work; retisonable prices, 'lei. i:) 12. MUSIC r\ UITARS, BANJOS, EASY VT payments at Durant's music store, next to Los Angeles theater. MUSI UAL INSTRUME KPAIIBT>. 17ID. iIaTENSfJr, MANF. OF GUITARS 1 > and mandolins; musical instruments rc polred : 8 tars a specially; 008 S. Bpring. MAX/ANA CULONI. UOlf HOMES OR INVEST M E N TO X IN ST AL- C mont plan In almond culiure.soc TIIOS. W. HASKINS, 101-103 Stimson building. DIANICTJRK AND BAIRDBB9IIER, MBS. WEAVER JACKSON—SHAMPOOING, face treatment, electrolysis, hair goods. Tel. 1250. 200-7-8 Stimson blk. Tel. 1250. SIANUFACTPICKKS 1, * VIWWJUATtt^ RUSSELL A WILSON, 113 W. THIRD ST. Ladies', Misses' and children's straw and felt hats. Goods done over in Ihe latest styles. OPTICIAN A iJi^^J;"!^"^^^ (-i stoesak, expert watchmaker, op- T» ticlan and jeweler, 511 S. Spring st„ bet. Fifth aud Sixth sts., Los Angeles, Cal. AYE YOUR WATCH REPAIRED AND guaranteed. Thorough work aud modi i ate prices. W. J. GET Z. 33d S. Hroadwqy. Oil, BORNIRS. CALKINS ELECTRIC OIL BURNER FITS any stove. In operation at 225 West Fourth street. PARLORS. PIAZA GALLERY — LOWEST TRICES reached; best enameled finish photos; any sire from postage stamp to Bxlo, Including one tinted in each dozen: crayon portraits $1.25, up to the finest grades. 513 N. Maiu st. I" "TWSON & POWERS, 147 a MAIN ST. 108 j medals awarded. We have tho finest oper ating and dressing rooms lv the city, and make eieiv style of picture known to phnio grophy at the'lowest prices for strictly flrst class work. TIJESNER MAKES FIRST CLASS WORK vv only. at prices from $2 per doz. up. Satis faction guaranteed. 120 N. Spring st. TTUDUR TINTYPES OF THE NICEST FINISH JT for 25c, at the tent on Upper Main St., one block north of the Plaza. ' B — ON~TON GALT"eRYT4S2 a SPRING ST. Finest enameled cabinet photos, $1 per doz. for 30 days, children's photos a specialty. PLUMBBKB. ITI PLUMBER, U» Jobbing a specialty, gas and Btcam fitting, ventilating and all kinds of tin work. 1010 South Main strcut. C" l H7>VOTTON-SANITARY PLUMBING A /. specialty. Estimates given. 200 East Fourth street, two doors cast oi Los Angeles st. J7EUBTIB A CO., 754 8, SPRING STREF*t7 • plumbing, gas and steam fitting; engines aud pumps repaired; tel. 913. LUM BESrGASA N D STEAM FITTER; SEW ers a siieclaliy; jobbing promptly attended to. J. C. KOLFF, 110 W. Seventh sL £ "pRANK A. WEINSHANK, PLUMBER AND 1 gas fitter. 240 E. Second Btreet. Telephone 130. PHOTO BNIiKA V^^ij^BlONlSt*;^ T~ HE LOS ANGELES ENGRAVING CO., Re produce photographs ond drawings for tho printing press. 205J5 South Main st- U'~NION PHOTO CO., DESIGNING AND EN graving; fine half toneH and zinc etchng* aspeeialty. 12i;jS. Broadway. " PKIVATIS lIOA. ItDING. GIVES FIRST-CLASS Spanish dinners to order, VI to $2.50; regular dinner 50 cents. 322 Wilmington st, PA«JI>'I4> CULT Kltll ALIA ANNERB, FLAGS, DADOES, GOLD AND silver trimmings and bullion.ombroider les. 208 X. Main si., upstairs. PAIH'I'MKh. J""XMEB CLARK, HOUSE PAINTER AND finisher, 110 W. Third street. If TP BAG-BL STORAGE WARE- Jiousc, storage for all kinds of goods, 351 North Main. INSURANCES. TjlOR SALE OR J. 1 specialty pf that section bet. Pasadena and San Bernardino, including Pomona, Nortb On tario aarcmont, Covlna, Azusa, Olendora and ininrte I have a very fino lotof improved properties, line houses, and they can be had in IrifVP JnnSStM" 1 . P ro P er '7 «nd caslt. ELMO it. MEhhltAE, Pomona Keal Estato Ex- s. Broadway. wHatleylTcompaxy-rbal estate vt and investment brokers. Money loaned on approved security. 203 Bradbury bVlldTngl T/< 11. PIEPER A CO., 108 8. BROADWAY* 4iredexS-d' ;a '-- Real eBtatß b °^ ht TJHAST*. tQjig^""to"'' tU 0:30 i iUDah 11:30 MEALS AT ALL HOURS AT STEWART'S restaurant and short-order house. 330 sT ■""( .ill., 61* _-. . —--- -—. --— | j i | All varieties and srTuis^Tr^nS^cxj 7 hand vehicles bought, sold and exohanaed: 759 s. Main. t'KPAIKBB. MV. KuJNQL«4H S. . brellas repaired and manufactured- gas. oline stoves and key fitting, etc. r Jl^sJ3l^^J^^ l OLOTBIKU. 4 HARRIS GIVES PROMPT ATTENTION IV. to every order lor all kinds of gents' second ggf- clothing. 115 N. Loa Angeles st, SEND ORDERS FOR GENTS' SECONjjvHAND clothing lo I. SILVER. Silver pays highes Pf.'ees. y'l'.j N% Los_Angcles st. STOVES AND lINWARg, AB. (HAPMAN, BTOVE . Gaa, gasolineand ollitoves. 41*asprin« St., iieiir Fourth * ——'' 11 SSESS i i ir mi k _ TAIT.OB. JATEST styles, _ ADOLPH, THE TAILOR. 17 California Hank building. TIN, IRONWORKS. CI EO. RUBSCH, MANE. OF TIN, COPPER X and sheet iron ware lor Ihe trade, 217 ajud 219 Commercial st. WORKS. SOUTIIKrtX CALIFORNIATOOLCO., MANF& of granite, sandstone and marble tools. 158 N. I.os Angeles st. TUvNTS AND AWNIHIIS. AwTsWANFBIS? 247 • ufacturer of and denier in fonts, awnings'. Bags, wagon rovers; tenia for rent. Tel. 1100. CNI» X KTAKING .1 KB EUBALMINO. "I NO. R. PAULpFCNERAL DIEECTOR AND fl Emoalmar, 419 and 421 Downey aye., East Los Angeles. Open day and night. Tel. 1305. OR It A PATTERSON, 147 NORTH SPRING street. Finest hearse in the city. Prices reasonable. ~TAS. F. ALLEN, MANUFACTURER OF UP fl holslered goods, mattresses, etc.; carpet tilting and laying a specialty. 531 8. Springst. VIEW PUOTOGR4PHBB, CB. WAITE, 21 I WEST FIRST ST., LOS AN - geles, eel. Views made to order guaran teed. Lsrgest assortment S. California views. WINR4 ANB LIQCOBS. UNDLACH'S RHINE X fornia's choicest products. Sonoma claret 3ucandsoc; Sonoma Zinfandel, 50c and 75c; choice sweet wines, 75 and $1 per gallon; family trade solicited. BTEINIKE A BRUNING, 237 and 239 S. Main st. Tel. 538. "VTA PA~Z INFANDEL 50c; SOUTHERN CALL Xl fornia sweet wines, brandies and whiskies, F. ViOLE A CO., 221 W. Fourth st. Tel. 1210. GOOD~"so"nMA OR NAPA ZINFAN'DEt atoOc per gal. L. APFFEL wholesale wtnt and liquor dealer. 130 W Fifth st. Tel. 1379. 1 Oi NO HEIPI CHRISTIAN A 88' N. C""" OOL GYJLNASIUM, REFRESHING BATHS Try tt and see how endurable the hot weather becomes; lull membcrshl p, $10 a year, yarn rpjlß NEAV*YORK BAZAAR, 148' N. SPRING JL street. FINANCIAL. PACIFIC LOAN CoMPa"n"y\ *"*"'"" (INCORPORATED). Loans money in any amount on all kinds of collateral securities, dia-' nionds, jewelry, sealskins, mer chandise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and steel safes, without re moval. Partial payments re ceived. Money quick. Business contldenttaL Private office tor ladies. W. E. DeGROOT, Manager. 8-29-1 y ROOMS 2, 3 and 4,114 8. Spring it. MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEW elry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS., 2-18 ly 402 s. Spring st GOOD INVESTMENT—A FEW COUPONS, and dimes will secure one of the finest works of in-tin America. Read ths great cou., pon offer elsewhere. , , TL"-u")~r" SALE — A LOT OF GUARANTEED J 1 street improvement bonds. Apply to C. SHEERER, 237 W. First St.; office hours, 10, 10:30 a.m. 4-4 tf OS _ ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, 238 N. Main st. Money to loan on first-class Im proved real estate. 8-14 tf ONeYTO LOAN—BLOCKS OF fl0O0~TC? $20,000. V. C, MILLER, 237 W. First at. 8-12 tf. T~rjLOAN-lflooTo $100,000; 514 TO 8 NET. 220 W. First St. 8-25 tf MBI >ItT M _ Ai tkn no n"tTi W OBLD HAS NEVER SEEN HER EQUAL, M ME. DECAMOB, THE QUEEN OF ALL TRANCE MEDIUMS. WONDERFUL POWER OVER DISEASE. Mme. DcCamor is the most wonderful trance medium in the world. Sho tells your eutlro life—past, present and future—whilst in a trance. Those engaged in any business, con templating marriage, or who want to havo evil influences removed, should certaiuly con sult her. If you are sick, don't delay. Byher marvelous power she tells you your disease at once, and by her wonderful remedies shell bound to cure you. Treatment by mail always successful. MME. DkC'AMOR, Nadeau hotel, parlors 101 and 102. lirst floor. 7-lg ftp a/TRS. PARKER, LIFE-READING CLAIR. 11l voiant; consultations on business, mia crnl locations, law suits, reraova s, disease, love, marriage, etc. Take University electric cor to Forrester avenue and Hoover street, ga west ou Forrester avenue three blocks to Vina street, second house on Vine street west of Vermont avenue. 3-30 tf TTfRITirATkIMBALL. TEST MEDIUM," HAS IVI returned; test circles Tuesday and Fridays 8 p.m.; private sittings. 23«}_ 8. 6pring st. -14 lm CIRCLE MONDAY EVENING. SIT. X tings dally by MISS KATE LAMPMAXrf *— ' v - 71h , 5l - M , , , PiXCI'RSIONS. Ua^^lltlßrßf ANF- DAY Mm<yiMßliliM'-/Saiita Fe excursions to Kan- Sfi& : --'"i^w£*^- ;ls City, M - Louis, Chicago, New V ork aria Boston. Leave Loa Angeles everp Wednesday; personally conducted througlrto Chicago and Boston; family tourist sleepersto H Kansas til" and Chicago dally. Low rates and quickest time. Office, 139 N. Spring St. 7-lmr -fUDSON'S POPULAR EXCURSIONS—f: f) every Monday, over the Rio Grande West ern arid Denver end Rio Grande Railways! . scents route; personally conducted; newlyr upholstered. Cars through to Chicago, NeWj York and Boston. Finest equipment, beet service, quick lime. Oflice, 212 8 Spring sW — TJHILLIIV PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Sgfe; J cursions via soiuhci-n Pacific, 810 Gran&a and Rock Island roults, leave lx>s Angel**, every Tuesday, cross the Sierra Nevada., PBMj. the entire Rio Grande scenery and make 10 hours stop at Niagara Falls, all by dayltfigt.,- Office, 13s S. Spring bt. I X2-9TS'