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BPKCIAL.

312 South Main street.
Is the best place to buy your furniture, car
pels, stoves, crockery, tinware and everything
else you need in or about the house. There is
the finest lot of the latest patterns In mattings,
all selling very, very cheap. When you.want
anything cheap for cash, get it at LEWIS At
ALDERSON S, 312 S. Main st 9-28 tf
XTOTICE—THE FOLLOWING UNREDEEMED
_N pledges will be sold at public auction.
Wednesday, Oct. 3d, at 9 a. m.. at 21H3. N
Spring st: Watches, 5 hunting case, 1 open
lace gold, 8 hunting case, 2 open face filled, «
hunting case, 4 open face silver, 8 open fece
atlverine; diamonds, 10 rings, 3 studs: nngF,
3 gold bands, 3 stone set: 4 gold chains, l
charm, 1 opera glass 4 pistols. E. BPRINZ.
THOS. B. CLARK, auctioneer. 9-29 5t
LOS angELES CITY WATER
IN company will strictly enforce tbe follow
ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are be
tween 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 and 8 o'clock
p m. For a violation of the above regulation
the water will be shut off and a tine ol $2 will
be charged before the water will be turned on
again.
THE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
Loan and Trust compaay are enclosed in a
fire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks and brilliantly lighted with electricity;
alcoves attached ior the private examination
of valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady in attendance. 8-1 if
P^ARTIES - FIGURING ON DRILLING FOR
oil will find it to their interest to consult
us for prices on work, and also on first-class
drilling rigs of all kinds. CHAS. H. PARKER
Si CO., agents for the American » ell v\ orks,
office 334 and 335 Bradbury block, Los Ange-
Jes. 9-19 tf
TUESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A BPECIFIC
_V 1 monthly medicine for immediate relief
for palniul and Irregular menses—from what
ever cause. For sale by GEO. 11. FREEMAN
CO., 102 N. Spring st_ Price, $2 per box.
I~H AVlTltEMOVED~MV LIVERY' AND SALE
stables to 328 Aliso st.; first-class rigs at
reasonable rates; special care given to board
ers. 1. WICKERSHAM. 9-22 lm
T r AiyiES , "HAIRDRESSING AND BHAMPOO-
X-i fng parlors, room 62 Potomac block. S.
Broadway, opp. City Hall. 15t
C" IHOICECT^CAVX^REAMERV BUTTER, 30
cts. a pound. M. T. HERZOG, 516 S. spring,
9- 28 7t
F. ELOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE
. 12 renter place 1-13 tf.
PEKMON At..
FRESH ROASTED ON
our giant coffee roaster: Java and Mochu,
35c. lb.; muunlaiu coffee, 20c; 6 lbs. rolled
wheat 25c.; 8 lbs. corn meal. 15c.; 22 lbs.
brown sugar, $1; 8 lbs. beans, 25c; 3 cans
oysters, 25c: can deviled hum, sc; brook
trout, 15c; baked beuns, 10c; 2 lbs. cooked
ham, 15c; 50 bars soap, $1; pork, lOUo.; ba
con, 13Uc.; wood paifs, 15c.; brooms, IBc ;
Mason Jars. ECONOMIC STOKES, 305 S.
Spring st_
YVANTED - YOUNG KENTUCKIAN, 31
\\ years old. of established business integ
rity and ability, now ho!4itag head position as
cashier and -c'countalit with one of the largest
linns in Louisville, would like lo obtain good
position in California, where, by intelligent
applicotlon and industry, can earn an ad
vancement; references from present employers
and others. Address 11. H. 8., 2502 W. Jeffer
son sl., Louisville, Ky. 9-25 5t-
I) EKSON BROS.-GOLD BAR
flour, 90c; city flour. 70c; iir.uulated
sugar, 17 lbs., $1; brown sugar, 21 lbs., $1; d
lbs. rolled oats, 25c; sardines, 5 boxes, 25c;
tomatoes, 2 cans, 15c.; midland coffee, vsc.lb.;
eastern oil. 70c; gasoline, 70c; 4 packages
starch, 25c: lard, 10-lb. can. 80c ; 5 lbs., Sue
601 S. Spring at, corner Sixth.
C' "ilT^E I i~MXRK:Ef7 618 S. SPRING-5 LBS.
! boiling beel, 25c.; 2 lbs. round steak, 15c ;
rib steak. Oc.; sirloin, tenderloin or porter
house steak, IUIjC ; stewing mutton, 3c.; leg of
inuitoti, 8c; rioor shoulder chops, 2 1b5.,15c.
Everything else iv proportion. CHASE'S
MARKET, 618 a Springy
LLE7~RITA—THE ONLY SCIENTIFIC
palmist In Los Angeles, 652 s. Broadway,
corner Seventh; fee, hoc; new book on palm
istry, posted to any address, 35c. Mile. Rita
regiets huving to make a charge for her book,
but is compelledto do so through having to
pay $10 license lee, 8-29 4t
WONDERFUL MEDICINB FOITfEM ALE
irregularities from whatever cause; it
never fails to give relief or money refunded;
thirty-five veers' experience. Address DR. A.
J. OIKIINER. -15 E. First st. 9-22 1m
FOR KKNI' -HOU> KB.
TJUiR JtENT— COTTAGE AND
JM bath; neat, clean cement walks, lawn,
etc. ; $15 with water. Inquire ou place, 2MO
E. Second. 9-28 2t
TTIOR ItLNT-A 6-ROOM 2-STORY HOUSE
l* with hath, $20 a month with water; 1025
W. Eleventh st. Apply to 8. C. DODGE, 310 E.
fifth St 9-6 If
L- —— •- —
FOR 11 EXT—ROOMS.
lIORI IOR RENT—PLEASANT SUXNY~ROOMS
H witli board; our own cooking; best pan of
city; take Grand aye. cable cars going south.
4uu W. Tweuty-flrst st. 9-18 lin
THOR RENT-Ft'RNISHED FRONT" BOOMS,
Jr ulso nnfnrnUhed, $2 per week; outside
looms $i.25 per week: larg_ rooms. 519 S.
bpring st. 9-19 21t
rpuE maTiiFosa—rooms for rf.nt, fur-
J. nished or unfurnished; light housekeep
ing privileges, 03 Center st , Pasadena.
9-14 lm
I" ."lOR RE N U~KN I SI! E D FRbNT _ ROO.MS,
1 $2 per week; outside rooms $1.25 per week;
large rooms, 519 a Spring sl. 9-19 21t
' RENT — FOUR ""NEWLY FINISHED
J; front rooms, corner Eighth and San Julian
sts. Inquire in grocery. It
r"pH"E"*N~AbHVILLE^ - 236 WINSTON ST.; V,i
X blocks Irom postoflice; comlorlabie rooms;
rates very cheap. 9-6 6m
HE*"PARKER. 424 W. FOURTH STREET.
Nicely furnished rooms, single or en suite.
9-24 lm
'OR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping, a- II S. Hope s'. <>-J'.}:it
FOX ItKNT—suaeKL.I.ANfIOTJS.
F OR RENT-BTORE"I36^O^FTI IST. FOR
sale — Fixtures lor restaurant or store,
13U W. Filth si. U-28 3t
PHYBIOI
E"x"ARMY DOC
llh_Sal tor from Berlin, Germany, cures ull
female aud chroalc diseases, both medical and
surgical; catarrh, rheumatism, medicine $1 a
bottle; cancers, tumors, piles removed without
knife; come and see the cancer; 254 B. Main
St. Office hours, 10, 12; 2, 5; 6, 8. 9-3 lm
M~ RS. _ DRi jHtirBMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
wifery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 7_7 Bellovue aye. l ulls pf wln I.I; ■■ .i I
tended to. Telephone 1119, tj-5 tl
LOUT AND FOUND.
LOST— GOLD HUNTING CASE
watch; monogram ou outside, B. E., and
full name on Inside, Bertha Eblnger. Finder
will receive a rewurd of $20 by returning to
82t W Fourth St. 9-29 2t
• UKOKIIN,.
R. V Yi\
geon, 229 W. Fint at; treats Specially eat
arrh, rectal, sexual, nervous and chronic dis
eases; 9-16 i;
CONBCLTINO >.M.ts»;.'.r-«.
HENRY E. BRETT, MECHANICAL EN
gineer and draughtsman; 114 N. Spring
u-15 lm
, r _ hbxp wa»teo-mai».
\\ r ANTED— ALL NEEDING HELP, FREE
vv employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880.
Office, 319!j S. Spring st.; residence, 451 8
Hope st,corner Fifth, Los Angeles. Cal. Tele
phone 113. 6-16 tf
W" "ANTED—A GOOD SAWYER; ALSO A
good turner and baud sawyer. Apply to
M. A. GRAHAM, Natick house, southwest cor
ner Main nod First sts., from 7:30 to 9 a m. or
in the evening. 9-29 2t
jrtlTY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LABOR
\J bureau, 240 New High St., telephone 1153,
for cooks, waiters, household help, mechanics
and laborers, W. A. WHITE, Manager.
11-10 tf
PETTY. HUMMEL - i - CO., 300-302 WEST
Second st., tel. 509. The best employment
oflice in every way In Southern California.
7-12 li
HKir WANTEII—I'KMAI.B.
TT|7 ANTED—A YOUNO LADY ATTENDING
vv the high school, normal or university to
assist in light housekeeping before and after
school in exchange for room and board: small
family. Address or call on MRS. BEIIYMEK,
tag W. Thirty-tilth st. 9-23 tf
\\ T ANTED—POSITION BY Y - OUNO MAN;
yy good hand with horses and cows; can
make himself generally useful. Address A. G.,
box 50. this office. 9-29 7t
•ITTJATIONS W a NTRD—FRMAI.f,
WANTED— SITUATION BY AN EXPER?
enced middle-aged eastern lady as work
ing housekeeper or care iv furnished rooms.
c -II al room letter l). 511* B. Spring sl. 9-27 7t
WANTED— MISCELLSNEODN.
WANTED— STOCK TO PASTURE; COWS,
$2; horses, 98 per month; stock called for
and returned. Address PHELPS BROS., Cole
grove. 9-18 tf
\\T ANTED-TO BUY OR TRADE FOr"a~SEC
VT ond-haud four to six horse power engino
Address W. D. COVINGTON, Redlanda. 8-29 at
ANTED—FOR~SPOT CASH. FURNITURE
stoves, carpets, etc., etc. COLGAN'S, 310
S. Main street 8-30 lm
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
C"l ROCERY 8T»)REr$00O.
T Fruit and tobacco, $175.
Confectionery, etc, $100.
Fruit stand, $125.
Tobacco and cigars, $200.
Bakery and confectionery, $110.
Ix>dging houses from $500 to $3500.
We have a first-class -driving horse, Hgbt
spring wagon and harness, to sell cheap or ex
change ior small business. ROYCE . PULL
MAN, 147 8. Broadw ay. 9-25 tl
ESTAURANT ■
RESTAURANT
RESTAURANT
• — ONLY $500-
WORTH $800
SEE THIS TODAY •
DOES BIG BUSINESS
■ RARE CHANCE
9-28 3t See BEN WHITE. 221 W. First St.
WILL SELL LOW FOR CASH OR TRADE
for good property at cash value, an estab
lished business; good trade and increasing
daily; paying good profit, or will sell half in
terest ; the truth of all ran be known by inves
tigation. Address b0x059, city. 9-13eodlin
AKERS—A BAKERY
and bread route; also eating house; situ
ated in brick building near Gltuwood hotel
and just north of the opera house: outfit com
plete, $500. Address CITY BAKERY, 074
Main street, Riverside, Cal. 8 28 ti.
LODGING HOUSE
10rooms, neatly furnished; rent only $15 a
month; biggest bargain ever offered. Apply
bis day on premises. 711 Commercial st.
9-28 tf ■
HOUSE, WELL LOCATED:
<PT-*H7 large fruit store included; a splendid
chance fora barber or any good business; pays
well; low rent. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221
W. First st. 9-25 tf
ALOON, WELL LOCATED AND DOING A
good business; this place musi be sold on
account of other business; investigate this.
ROYCE & PULLMAN, 147 S. Broadway.
9-25 ti
WE —NOW, THEN, IFyOUWANT A PLACE
(O wonh the money, including fruits, fix
tures, building and all; see this; only two
days. ROYCE it PULLMAN, 147 8. Broadway
9-29 tf
\V E HAVE" FIRST-CLASS PROPERTY IN
V y Kansas City Mo., to exchango lor busi
ness in Los Angeles; investigate this. ROYCE
Si PULLMAN, 147 S. Broadway. 9-25 tl
A" GOOD C H ANCE FOR SAFE
ment for live business man ut Redondo
Beach. For particulars inquire at GARDNER
& OLIVER'S, 100 8. Spring 2l^ 3t
GonA— l6d"ging~house OF IO ROOMS;
manufacturing district; rcntonly $15
a month; very neat home. Apply to BEN
WHITE, 221 W. First st 6-18 tf
(2« f-fi-FRU IT~AND TOBACCO STAND""c-N
rip LtJvJ Spring st.; ibis place was never offered
so cheap; it's a bargain. KOY'UE & PULLMAN,
147 S. Bioadway. 9-29 tf
13 ESTAURANT DOING A GOOD BUSINESS
Yon Spring street; no reasonable offer re
fused. See ROYCE .'. PULLMAN, 147 S. Broad-
9-25 tt
—NICE LITTLE FRUIT STAND; VALUE
in sight; good stand und fixtures.
ROYCE & PULLMAN, 147 a Broadway.
9-25 tf
(■"l LIMPSES AMERICA—READ THE
T coupon offer today. If you avail yourself
of the oprortunity you can easily make $20.
IF YOU WANT TO DISPOSE~OF"TwRBUSI
ness without delay for cash, apply to HU
BER Si BARNARD, 227 W. Second st
STnn T05250,000. PROPERTIES OF ALL
nr lull kinds sold and exchanged. Apply to
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 9-13 ti
Qflfti'tfl - LODGING HOUSE ON BROAD-
wny; 20 rooms; sure bargain. Sco
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st 9-16 tf
1710R SALE AT POMONA —I BELI~TH E
? earth. Several good business openings.
R. a BASSETT.
2 BUY A I .EG I TIM ATE~ BU SIN ESS OF _ A N V
kind go to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st.
6 22 tf
»> SELL YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY FOR
_ cash, go to BEN WHITE, 221 W. Firstst
7 4 tf
f1.,).-) ""-RESTAURANT; MUST BE SOLD.
fJIZZO BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st 9-4 tf
$'/» hWseTT2 ROOMSriIEN
00\) WHITf, 221 W. First St. 89 tf
CHANCE"oF A LIFETIME—READ~TIIE
great coupon offer in this paper.
TT* OR~SALE—OROCERY~ANDNbTION STOKE
J at 750 8. Spring st It
IT^rTaLE— B A RBER SHOP. CALL AT oil
S. Spring st. 9-4 tf
FINANCIAL.
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY.
(INCORPORATED),
Loans money in uny amount on all
kinds of collateral securities, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, mer
chandise, etc. Al <o ou pianos,
iron and steel safes, without re
moval. Partial payments re
ceived. Money quick. Business
confidential. Private office lor
ladies.
• W. K. DeGROOT, Manager.
8- 29 ly ROOMS 2, 3 and 4, 111 S. Spring st.
M"~ oney"to~ loan" on - diamonds, "jew
elry, watches, pianos, sealskins, livestock,
carriages, bicycles und all kind of personal and
collateral security. LEE BROS.,
2-18 ly 402 a_Sprijig st. _
GobITTsVESTMENT—A FEW COUPONS
and dinted will secure one of the finest
works ot art In America. Read the greui cou
pon offer elsewhere.
170R _ SALE—A LOT 57 GUARANTEED
. street Improvement bonds. Apply to C.
SHEERER, 237 VV. First St.; oflice hours. 10,
10:30 a.m. 4-4 tf
MONEY TO - LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF COI>
lateral and approved security. WIIAT
LEY Si CO., 203 Bradbury building.
rpo LOAN-$ ; 0OTO$i01l,O00; ft.'*'TO 8 NET.
1 V2O W. First st. 8-25 tf
PIANO*.
Srrf' AND UPWARDS—2O PIANOS AND 9
tO organs of tho estate of the late F. Man
ton. pianos must be sold without fail
within the next 20 days. See these instru
ments befere purchasing. It will pay you.
1 Kranlch Si Bach.
1 Fischer.
1 Wheelook.
1 Knabe.
1 Hallett Si Davis.
1 Steinway.
1 McCaniinon. ,
1 Chickerlng
1 Henry F. Miller.
And many others, all in first-class condition.
GARDNER Si ZELI.NER,
9- 23 Ut 213 s. Broadway.
_^___"0" 1 " *' r ° HM *• •
\ylW~cT STAFFER,"" CHIROPODIST AND
ITJ.. massage; 211 W. First st„ opp. Nadeau.
12 24 a
■105 "ANGELES ITER ALU* SATTJRDAY MORNING. vSEPTEMBER 20. im.
4<MflA-DBBIKABLE RESIDENCE LOT,
el>o—U\J clean side of Olive street, 120 feel
north of First St., within two
blocks of tho Nadeau Hotel: size
of lot, 60x165: price, tfijiiOO: no
street car fares to pay or loss of
time in Retting to center of busi
ness; tbis is the best piece of
property in the city for the
money. Atldrcss VV. L. p., P o.
box 505, l.os Angeles, CaL 8-3
IJIOB SALE.
: LOVELY HOME.
—ONLY ¥2100
Will buy a beautiful 8-room modern cottage
with bath, pantry aud closots, front and back
parlors, bay window, fine mantel and grate,
folding doors, elegant reception ball, marble
washstand, screen porches; 'tis complete in
every respecl; located on the el-an side of
Twenty-seventh street, wiiliin linlf a block of
the electric curs; lot 50 feet front: cement
walks and curbs; this is a grand bargain ; only
$2100: on eusy terms: see it at once; ireecar
riage from our otlice. Tel. 1299. Bee
lililllEß * DOW.
9-28 4t lOlHi 8. Broadway.
17 OR SALE—BA RG AINS —LOT ON TWE N
-1 ty-first st., near Figueroa, $:iOO.
Lot on Twelfth st. west of i'earl st.; street
graded and cement walks, $000.
Lot on Douglas St., near court, in oil district,
$600.
Lot on Third st., near Sotost., with building
on rear end, $450.
Lot on Gloason avenue, $350.
9 2111 F. A. HUTCHINeON, 213 W. First st
«i J ■rjUli.-Wi: HAVE A 'I I!A< t""iiF LAND
ltJvlrU in tbe city of l.os Angeles contain
ing 11.18 acres, besutifully located; plenty of
water, windmill, etc.; streets graded, curbed
and graveled; will sell as v whole or in tracts
to suit upon terms satisfactory to purchasers;
this is evidently tbe best opportunity offered
for tlie investment of this amount of inonev:
inspection invited. KOYCE A PULLMAN", 147
s. Broadway. 9-29 tf
SALE—
I 1 dence Willi three lots, improved with
fruit and oriiamental trees, fronting 150 feet'
on good street, southwest; convenient lo
seventh st. cable: well rented; must be sold
immcdiateiv; terms easy; .sco the property
and make offer. J li. MITCHELL, attorney,
229 W. First St., room 1. 9-29 21
l» K/yWV-REBIDENcI SITUATED ON BOYLK
Heights; beautiful grounds and in
high state of cultivation; large house, with all
modern improvements; electric bells, bath,
etc.; also largo and convenient barn and car
riage house; lot 98xl48f_ feet; improvements
cost more than Is asked for the place; terms
reasonable. KOYCE Si PULLMAN, 147 S.
Broadway. 9-25 tf
FORIuLE-ffc!*© TO WOO BUYS LOTS ON
Central aye., which is 80 feet wide, cement
'walks and curbs; street graded and graveled;
on easy terms; tako the Central-aye electric
cars to Adams st. or call at our office. GRIDER
Si DOW, S. Broadway. 9-28 4!
T?OR SALE-S4OO. ON~EASY TERMS, BUYS
P fin© residence lot on Twenty-seventh st. in
(1 rider tfc Dow's Adams.st. tract; thisslrcetis
graded and graveled; cement curbed walks.
I.KIDER .V; Dl.iW, 109. S. Jlroailwny. 9-28 41
I~7OR SALE~~"~CHO"iCE BUILIVING L~OT~~~ON
. Twenty-llith st.; street all graded and
curbed; water piped; l'y blocks ot electric
cars; price only $125, on'inslallments. GRI
DEK Si DOW, 1095 a Broadway. 9-28 4t
speclXi7bargain~tiiree ok
1 the finest lots at Boyle Heights on First
st; size, 50x175 each ; at $t!5O a lot or tlie three
lor $1900; worth $2700. F, A. HUTOh INSON,
213 W. First st. 9-18 lin
I:\OR~BALE— $150 WILL BUY A NICE
" building lot on Twenty-ninth st., U block
ot electric cars, on monthly installments.
GRIDER Si DOW, 109'aS. Broadway. 9-28 4t ,
FO r""sALE-NICE~BUILDING"LOT OXAD
ums st,, half a block of electric cars; street
graded and curbed: price only $300. GRIDER
A: DOW, fc. Broadway. 9-28 4t
FOR" SALE—HOUSES AND~LOTV OK" IN
stallmenls; small pflvnient down; houses
built to suit. EDWIN SMITH or E. R. THREI,
KEI.D, 264 S. Broadw ay. 9-9 lm
SELL" THE~~EARTS"!
12-25 tf R. F. BASSETT, Pomona, Cal.
JTOR 8 4LB—COUNTRY PKOPK.HTY.
FOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE FOR RESl
dencc southwest, choice 5-acre homo in
Alhumbra; $3500; easy terms. CHARLES
WILLIS, alhambra. 9-2(i 5t
FOX SALK—LIVE STOCK.
T7IOR SALE—HORSES AND MULES; ONE
P large work team; one single driver; four
young mules; two good express horses. J. MC
PHERSON, 242 Aliso St. 7-25 tf
KORHAJLE— MISCELLANEOUS. _
IpiOß SALE-GO TO THE THIBD ST. FURNl
ture exchange, between Spring and Main,
for a fine lineof Japanese rugs, linen-warp and
Chinese mat'lngs. ollicc desks, cylinder and
flat top; also a general lineof household furni
ture, including mattresses, pillows, lace cur
tains, portieres, window shades, etc., all at the
lowest prices; household goods carefully
packed and shipped; highest prices paid for
second-hand household furniture. 9-10 tf
FOR SALE—IO,OOO SHARES STOCK WEST
Coast Oil company; corporation controls
property adjacout to Busskind susber on Sec
ond street; also 155 acres adjoining Pacific
Coast Oil company's wells at Newhall. For
particulars inquire at company's oifice, 237 W,
First street. A. L. HlTCHCOCK,'president.
9-21_tf
FOR SALE-CHEAP, COMPLETE OIL WELL
rig in good condition; also second-hand
engine and boilers. IRRIGATION MCHY. AND
MFG. CO., 223 East Fourth st. 0-19 tf
1?OR lltlva«6nTnD HARNESS:
' $17. JOHN P. P. PECK, 227 W. Third.
9-28 2t
FOR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
to suit, at this oflice.
MKUIUKt.
ATTENTION— THE WORLD HAS NEVER
SEEN HER EQUAL.
MME. DeCAMOR,
THE QUEEN OF ALL TRANCE MEDIUMS.
WONDERFUL POWER OVER DISEASE
Mmc. DeCamor is the most wonderful trance
medium in the world. She tells your entire
life—past, present and future, whilst in a
trance. Those engaged iv any business, con
templating marriage, or who want to have
evil influences removed, should certainly con
sult her. If you are sick, don't delay. By her
marvelous power she tells you your disease at
once, and by her wonderful remedies she is
bound to cure you. Tteatment by mull always
successful. M4K. DeCAMOR, Nadeau hotel,
parlors 101 and 102, first floor, 7-12 am
MRs! PARKER, LIF~e"RE A bTNG CL AI R~
voyant; consultations on business, min
eral locations, law suits, removesdisease, love,
marriage, etc Take University electric car lo
Forrester avenue and Hoover street, go west
on Forrester avenue tbree blocks io Vine
street, second houso on Vine street west of
Vermont avenue. 3-30 tf
CARMELL(3rBUSINESS MEDIUM; MENTAL
questions answered on all matters; correct
diagnosis uf disease. Oflice, 55b' S. Hill SL
9-S lm
FSS KATE LTmPMA N, TRANCE AND
test medium; sittings daily. 422 West
Seventh st. 9-29 2t
KXCOKMION-.
JUDSON'S POPULAR EXCURSIONS —
Every Monday, over the Rio Grande West
ern and Denver and Rio Grande railways;
scenic route; personally conducted; newly
upholstered. Cars through to Chicago, New
York and Boston. Finest equipment, best
service, uulck time. Oflice, 212 a Spring st.
PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Ex
cursions, via Southern Pacific, Rio Grande
and Rock Ishiud routes, lcavo Los Angeles
every Tuesday, cross the Sierra Nevadas. pass
the entire Rio Grande scenery and make 10
hours' stop at Niagara Falls, all by daylight.
Office, 13s s, spring sl. 2 9 if
ATTORNEY*.
Si McCUTCHEN,
lawyers; rooms 543 to 540 Bradbury blk.,
sth floor, cor. Broadway & Third sts. Tel. 1120.
CARTER ~& PIErVeTTaW YERirOFTICES
35 to 38 Bryson block. Los Angeles. 8-lu tt
HOTEL AKUtl.lt.
CENTRALLY LOCATED,
/ ond streets; day boarders. Rooms elegant
ly furnished. All modern conveniences Ta
ble cannot be surpassed. Terms reasenable.
D. E. BARTON. Proprietor. 7-18 ly
MRS. DR. MAYER,
aud medicated baths; invalids cared for.
19115 Park Grove si., near Estrella aye. 7-31 tl
SI-KCUMSTA.
DR. B. G. COLLINS, OPTIIALMIC OPTICIAN,
with the L. A. Optical Institute; eyes ex
amined free. Ho s. Baring st. 5-30 if
Ulitn-BUsHIfKI.
M"RB. D. GRIFFITH.'"UREe-SMAKKit. lili
moved to 040 S. PearL 8-31 Am
THE HERALD'S DIRECTORY.
A. List of Prominent Business and Professional 37irrr\s of tlie City of Los
Angreles.
A. Place to Look for What You Want—Hints na to How to Sure Your Money-Vnluahle Art vice for Bverj hody-Rcnd Theses
ColuiiuiH Every Day.
ATTORNEYS-AT-L AW.
WI'.'mIIN' N,""aTTOKNKY-AT-LAW, R'MS
• 205, 206, 207 ana 2uH. New Wilson bl'k,
corner of I irst and Spring sis.
VV w - HOLCOMB—ADVICE FREE ON ALL
VV • legal matters. 211 West First Etreet,
Los Angeles.
JOHN COR~
f.' ncr First and Broadivny. Rooms land 2.
Practices m all California courts.
/'IHENEY Ai COR. FRANK
KJ lin ond New High sts., l.os Angeles. Rooms
12, 13, 14, Abstract and Title Insurance block.
c7I3R CdSYRSEN,~ATf <1' R*"XEY ANDCO UN
• selor-at-law, rooms 15, 16 und 17 Rogers
block, 217 New High Bt. Tel. 1104.
V\ T ILLI~AM T. CRAIG, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
I v Rooms 14 and 15 Temple block. Tele
phone 1387.
yac ii m7)ntgome7iy! attorney-at
£j law, 122-3 Wilson block. Los Angeles, Cal
9-8 lm
\\ r F. HENNING, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
v v a Downey block. Los -tngolcs.
ARCHITECTS.
11. E. MOORE. TltOS. KEEFE
KEEFE Al MOORE,
l"«'i_ S. Sprinct St., roorri 15.
BICYCLES.
UNION AND STERLING~BICYCLES, GUAR
antocd ; highest grade wheols in the mar
ket; on the Installment plan. RUSSELL
MANUFACTURING CO., 143 \V. Filth a*.
K ~EATING BICYCLE —WHEN IN DOUBT
ride a KEATING. Style correct, quality
correct, price correct. HAW'LEY, KING & CO.
210 and 212 N. Main st.
COI~XM~BIA BICYCLES HAVE ALWAYS
been nnd ore still the leaders. STEPHEN
Ai HIcKOK, ugents, 210 and 212 West Filth.
1.-10\V_h5R CYCLES ARE NOT SOLD ON PAST
; reputation, but present merit. Guaranteed
repairing. State headquarters, 431 8. Bpring st.
APtCIT - BICYCLE —"sTRONGEST WHEEL
made: light and durable: latest styles,
improvements. H. O. HAINES. 330 N. L. A. St.
ULbRIGHT Ai kTTiWN, AOENTB FOR
Thistle Bicycle. First-class repairing, en
ameling and nickel plating. 438 S. Spring St.
11. DIXON Ai CO. 205 W. FOURTH BT.
• Ladies und gents pneumatic bicycles to
rent. Repairing a specialty. R. CLAY', mgr.
P" ACIF_""""""~(~YC1_ CO., M~ANUFACTURERS
of tho Pacilic bicycles. Difficult repairing a
specially. 624 S. Broadway. Tel. 887.
""cycles, VEHICLES OR CRANK ORGANS
for sale, trade or rent. "Cheap livery,"
E. MOAT, 401 8. Broadway.
"IV K. COWAN, MGR. THOS. H. B. VARNEY,
> I . coast agt. for Rambler bicycles. Tele
phone i:i.">l. 427 a Spring sl.
BRASS WOKKB.
BRASS AND IRON GOODS FOR WATER, GAS
andsteam; brass castings: pattern making.
JAM l-.S.M in ICS CO., cor. seventh and Spring.
BOOKS.
MANY THOUSAND VOLUMES NEW, OLD
and rare hooks, stationery and school
supplies. FOWI.EIt A- COI.WELL, 115 IV. 2d.
BAKERY * N l_J£* r *!___^^^
\TTENNA BAKERY, 119 W. FIRST. LUNCII
at all hours.' Ladies'separate apartments. (
Sorpassing cuffce. bro--d, cakes and pastry.
BARBERS* HOPPLIKS.
EW. Ai O. E. HOPPERSTI!AD, 110 WEST
• Third Bt, wholesale and retail manufac
turers of guaranteed razors and grindors of all
kinds ol cutlery.
BILL POSrEJlS.^^^^^
I? W. CAMPBELL, PRESIDENT L. A. BILL
Urn Posting Co., member National Association
of Hill Posters. "Honesty" my motto. Distrib
uting and curd tucking, fence, sign und wall
advertising. 119 E. Second st
/"I EO. P. McLEAN, PRESIDENT STATE BILL
V I Posters' association, the only billposter in
l.os Angeles, 254 S. Main st.
BOOTS AND SH
C^E^TCOULSON— BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
T Repairing a specialty, 18.8 a Main St.,
also Pico and I'curl sts.
rpHE TABOR CARRIAGE WORKS, 135-141
XW. Fifth st. Tel. 405. Painting, repairing
and trimming. We carry full line of vehicles.
rpHEPACificTaliriage'worls, gener^
1 al carriage and wagon repairing. A. P.
McLACHLAN. 133 N. Los Angeles st
rpHE LOS ANGELEB CARRIAGE WORKS,
X makes new work to order, itcpairing soli
cited. 301 E. Third st Tel. 501.
rpHl! BALTIMORE CARRIAGE WORKS
1 paint, trim and repair, buy and sell all
kinds of vehicles. J. W. WIIITELEY. 131 N.
Los Angeles st
rplIE ENTERPRISE CARRIAGE WORKS
X buy, sell and exchange buggies, carriages
and wagons. 115 N, Los Angeles st ,
AND WAOON
k. maker. H orseshoeing a specialty. Prices
to suit the times. 645 N. Main st
(STMPSON & IIOFFMAN. CARRIAGE AND
IO wagon works; horseshoeing a specialty.
238 San Pedro st.
i '
AJ. GERMAIN,
, practical carriage painter.
P. WOLFROM,
\TCm carriage trimmer. 301 East
Third st Tel. 50L
"if P. ROWAN—PRACTICAL CARRIAGE
t J . painter; Valentine stock used exclusively;
all work gunrnntoed, 616 N. Mnin St.
CREAMERY. .-
FAIRVIEW CREAMERY
Cream delivered in any quantity.
Cream delivered in air tight jars.
Myers' ice cream, $1 per gallon.
Fresh churned buttermilk delivered.
FAIRVIEW CREAMERY, 448 S. Spring St.
DORSET F^£T^* X
MRS. OSWALD'S CORSET FACTORY MAKES
lo order on short notice every style ot dress,
riding and abdominal corset; ladies' and child
ren's waists; repairing a specialty. 308 West
Sixth st. _____________
CONTRA CTOR AMI) BIIILDICR.
GRAY BROS. At WARD, CEMENT SPECIAL
ties. Contractors for reservoirs and Irriga
tion ditches. Telephone 236. 205 New High st
CARPET CLEANING ffOKKH,
~7"vHE PIONEER STEAM CARPET WORKS:
X old carpets relitted, new carpets sewed and
laid. 208-2IU E. Seventh sl. Tel. 217.
CHIROPODIST.
DR. B. Z ACHAU, SURGEON CHIROPODIST;
all diseases oi the feet successlully treated;
124 a Main st.
CUTLER AND GBIMDEU. '
RAZORS "CONCAVED AND ALL kTndS OF
grinding done lv first-class rder. OTTO
STEIKEN, 316 W. First St.
CHOIOE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
MOTT MARKET — SPECIALTIES: TEAS*
coffees, spices and olives. LUDWIG As
WAGNER, telephone 550.
ENGRAVING.
THE FINEST ENGRAVED WORK IN THE
city, cards, invitations, weddingannounce
mems, etc. 11. M. LEE Si BRO. 140 X. Spring
DYKING AND CLEANING.
NEW DRY DYEING AND C*LKAN*Ko
Works. Processes reoently patented In
E trope. Best work in the city. 308 West
Second Btreet /
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 2*l
Franklin street, flue dyeing and cleaning.
PARISIAN DYE WORKS, 275 SOUTH MAIN
st., best dyeing in the city.
rpHE SOUTH CALF. STEAM DYE WORKS,
X 322 W. First st.; ladles' aud gents' gar
ments (denned and dyed; prices reasonable.
PRBSBMAKING.
MRa J. A. HENDERSON-SMITH REOPENED
ber dressmaking parlors at 4155. a Bpring
St., Monday, Sept. 10th.
L*"aDIKS THAT LIKE TO WEAR FIRST-CLASS
fitting dresses call at 124 a Malnst. Dresses
made irom fl up. MRa STOLIENBEKU-WOL
TIIR.
UJBNTIST*;
1882— Estab!ishcd"-IHS2
DR. L. W. WILLS, CORNER BPRING AND
First st, Wiison block; take elevator. Hold
crown aud bridge work a specialty; teeth ex
tracted without pain. Room 1. iu4 ti.
ADAMS BROS.' DENTAL PARLORS, 239'.j
s. Spring St.; painless extracting and till
ing; plates, $11, $8, $10; all work guaranteed;
established 10 years. 7-7 ti
I~""RNBBTTILIn7p. D 8. A Up A, GBADOATE
oi Chicago College Dental Surgery, 17f> N.
Sprlngst., over Uostoit store, l.osAugclos, Cal.
D~*"""r7wi*lder,
• Corner Seventh and Main streets.
Telephone 10.1. 4-11 tf
D L R. KENNKDY, DENTIST. 10i*. N. SPrTno
St., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Painless extraction.
0-20 tf
I_*RANK STEVENS, 824W 8. SPRING ST*
X" Open Sundays and evenings; electric light.
0~~ R. W. p7*T ITCKER71> EN TI ST7h AM MO N D
block, 1 VP 1 ., sooth Spring sl. __
DEI-IO AC.IIC*.
/CHOICEST LTNB OP DOMBBTIO AND IM
VJ ported delicacies In the city. PRICKER Si
KSDE.N, Mott. .Market, .'.lain sl.
FURNISHED ROOMS.
rpHE *ll"b"u*8E ADJOINING
X Westminster hotel on E. Fourth st.; rooms
furnished or unfurnished, single or en suite,
with housekeeping privileges io general din
ing-rooin and kilchen; private and generu>
baths; hot water day and night; call eariy and
jecure choice o£ rooms. lor particulars in
quire Of C. B. SMITH or J. A. HENDERSON
SMITH, 418)4, S. Spring sl.
THE FRANCIS — NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms irom $2 per week and up.
322 South Spring street.
HE *"~*~~*"7p~~""~"t~*"*~"~n"K W HOUSE; FlRST
elaes In every particular; all outside
rooms, elegant and comfortable, at reasonable
rates; hot~aud cold baths all day. iree. 140
E. Fourth street, nearly oppobito Tl estminster
hotel.
THE IRVING, 220 a HILL ST., NEAR COR.
Second; very desirable furnished rooms,
with or without housekeeping privileges;sum
mer rates.
T' """HE* PURCELL HOUSE-NEWLY FUR
uished rooms $1 per week up. MRU. E.
DUSSAULT, proprietress, 32D E. Third st.
rpHE*""BMITHSONIAN HAS NICE AND OOM-
X fortable furnished rooms at reasonable
rates. 312 a Hill st.
rpHE DENVER—I 33 N. MaTn ST. FINE
X furnished rooms; $1.50 per week and up.
Center of city.
STrNlcilOl"As73l3 N. BROADWAY, NICE
sunny rooms, single or en suite.
FURNITURE.
THE LOS anGELES "FURNITURE Ex
change, 351 N. Main, is the place to buy
or Bell your lurniture, carpets; for lirst-clasg
upholstering; goods stored and sold on com
mission; first-class stock aiid popular prices.
BUELL Ai HOLMES.
SILVERTIIORN & PARKER WANT TO BU\',
want to buy, yes. they want to buy second
hand goodB; they sell on installment plan or
any other plan to suit customers; sewing ma
chines, $1.50 up. 020 8. Spring st.
JOSEPH'S, TO BUY OR SELL YOUR HoUBE
hold goods. 420 and 428 ti. Spring st,
NADEAU, 203 AND 314 S. MAIN ST.; FUR
jiiiture, household goods; largest stock;
lowest prices; 1 buy, sell or trade.
ONSULT YOUR POCKET BOOK.—CHAM
ber suits $0 up; chairs 25c up We carry
a complete stock both new and second-hand
iurnlture. Upholstering done in all its
branches. Highest prices paid ior WoondJH**
furniture. See us before you buy or soil. C. a
BENNETT & CO., 058 8 Spring St.
rpILTON, 600 S. SPRING ST., NEW AND SEC-
X ond-hand furniture bought, Bold and ex
changed. We want second-hand goods.
SINCLAIR At CO SECOND-HAND HARD
ware, stoves, ranges, harness, etc 263 8.
Los Angeles street.
EwTNirsECOND-«By~ GOODS BOUGHT
and sold. Gasoline stoves repaired.
BOUGHTON Si HARRISON, 222 S. Los Angeles.
OTO AR~NOLD ii SONS TO BUY AND SELL
your furniture, carpets, stoves, etc 415
south Spring street, Los Angelet, Cal.
0 KOI seII"YOUR~ OFFiOE - Flxtures
until you sco CLIFFORD & MAGNUS If
wantingstore fixtures, call at 251 8 Main st
T D. STEELE iTSoN BUY AND SEITTnEW
fj « and second-hand furniture. 257 and 250
S. Main st. Telephone 1106.
O BUY OR SELL YOUR FURNITURE,
stoves, carpets and baby carriages go to
PAGE BROS, 310 R Main St.
KE^V - SECOND HAND STORE WANTS
goods. ETCHISON <St LANE, 617 a Spring
street.
IG BARGAINS FOR SPOT CASH AT
"BRENT'S," 410 8. Spring St.
#11 8. SPRING ST. —TUTTLE BUYS AND
OU sells everything 2d g<jP*
GASOLINE HMIINK».
NEW, ONE 3 AND
IO one 6-horse gasoline engine. UNION GAS
ENGINE CO., 114Kequenast.
GARDEN WOOD WOKE.
HENRY IIEERDT—GARDEN WOOD WORK
a specialty. HilS S. Main st.
HJMIsE SBUSa.
NO FOOT; NO HORSE—HORSES SHOD
according to nature and agreeable to art.
Shoes made ior all diseases of tho feet.
GOODWIN'S SHOEING SHOP, 264 S. Los An
geles at.
ECONOMY IS WEALTH. W. 11. SMITH IS
shoeing horses for $1 per set. All work
guaranteed. Give roe a trial—ut 305 E. First st.
_^"^7holden7pbacticaL~hobB
VjTm Repairing neatly done. All work guar
untced first- class. lit)s E. First st.
HOTELS.
HOTEL WORTH— 6th AND BROADWAY;
first-class board arid lodging; summer
rates; suites for families. F. J. SPAULDINO.
C_ 423
T 8. Spring St.; fine, largo rooms, $2 par
week ami up.
HARNESS AND BAIIDI.EKY.
TF. MORENO MANUFACTURES SADDLES*,
■ harnoss and saddlery; Mexican saddles a
specialty. Bits, spurs and whips. 220 Aliso st.
OTTO RUF MANUFAI*-URES~ALL~STYLES
of harness aud hue horse boots, at 3-3 a
am st. ___ ——-
HAllt^KWSi**^^^^
MRS. E. L. ROBERTS. FASHIONABLE HAIR
dresser. Shampooing, hair dressing 50c.
218! j W.First st. Hair cut ling a splty^JjiL_39l.
JOB PRINTING.
t*~!ilNd~!-"r"^
prlhting in proportion. Pacitlc Printing
Plant, 217 New fljgh st. '1 el. 1400.
LIVE STOCK.. _,„_.„._.__.
FOR BALE AND EXCHANGE—FINE SINGLE
and double drivers, buggies and harness.
B. F. BACON, rear 508 B.uth Broadway.
rpHE KENTUCKY STABLES, HENRY BRE-
X merman, proprietor; livery and boarding;
rates reaaonabhi. 638 Upper Main st.
LADDER ISAKOraUTPXIB.
IS r'\VEBB?Fr, WHOLESALE AND RE
tail dealer in all kinds of ladders, 218 E.
second st. ______
LO IX orHCL
MONEY LOANED ON PERSONAL FROPER
ty. Unredeemed pledges for sale. 212!_
N. Spring st. Toroplei block,
■\\yOOD, IRON AND SLATE MANTELS: FINE
Yv cabinet ware to order; hardwood lumber.
H. BORRMANN, 514 a Spring at. Tel. 768.
ALL AND ISBE OUR MANTELS WITH OVER
lops, which we w ill set in house consplato
lor $20. 1. 8. BRUNER * co., 610 N. Maia at,
MASSAGE.
MUX. DeLEON AND ATTENDANT; MAG
netic and electric treatment: open even
ings: entrances 155 a Main st. and 113 W
Second St., room 39.
M"7£SBAGE AND BEAUTY PARLORS JUST
opened by English lady, S. Los An
geles st, room's 71 and 72.
M~~ ISS~TiTnSEN; JUST ARRIVED; GIVES
magnetic treatment. 113 W. Second st.,
room 36. 9-19 lm
MIfsTELI.A EVANS JUST ARRIVED FROM
Fort Worth, Texas: magnetic treatment;
lllS' j N. Spring st, room 31.
MRS. BEAI'DRY, LATE~OF~CHICAGO, MAS*
sage and magnetic treatment; open Sun
days. 123 S. Malnst., room 9.
MAKKEIS.
( IincAGOMARKET,"7i.IO S. MAIN ST.—THE
1. 1 very best meat kept and sold at pleasing
prices. J. WOLLENBHLAGER, proprietor.
YOU CANNOT
JOl gel anywhere else try the Norma. 1820 a
Main st. Tel. 1171.
MOTT MABKBT—WHAT YOU CAN'T GET
at the Norma, try Ihe Mott. MANSFIELD
BROS. Tel. 188.
TJKRSO\Ai7-7mßS^l7 F PRIOR, MBDIHM,
I will be at 238' i 8. Spring et. room 4, for a
short time; business and trance sittings daily;
hours, 10 v.m to 6 p.m.
T>ERSONAI77REV. AGNES 11. PLEASANCE,
X the celebrated dead-trance medium, gives
private lltting! daily; satisfaction gunrnntoed.
Permanently located at 834 S. Broadway.
M A TlltKsH MAKER.
HROIJeIiTI, MANUFACTURER OF MAT
• tresses and pillows; hair mattresses a
specialty, -lot) and 402 S. Los Angeles. Tel. 1187
MUSIC. f
EL. DURANT, LARGEST SHEET MUSIC
ia house in southern California. 233 South
Spring St.. next lo Los Angeles Tlieiilrc.
MUBIC «L INSTRUMENTS RE^AJJ«BO.
IriD. iTaTENBErT MANF. OF' GUITARS
li and mandolins: musioal Instruments re
paired; guitars especially; 608 S. Spring.
MANIOU'-E 4NI> 11 AIROKKSSEIt.
PARLORS, MRS*" G. A
MARKS. Hairdressing, shampooing, lacial,
milk baths and ina-suge, manicuring, bust de
veloping. 321|. t S. Spring, rooms 4, 5. 6 and 7.
MANUFACTURERS L»DIE8" H^ITS.
RUSSELL .'. WILSON, 113 W. THIRD ST.
Ladies', Misses' and children's straw and
lelt hats. Goods douo over in tlie latest styles.
MILLINERY.
NEW STYLES IN sfILLINERY.FIN U GOODS,
fine work, low prices, at NEW YORK BA
ZAR. HB N. Bpring st
OPTICIAN AND JEWELER.
0"% STOESAK, EXPERT WATCHMAKER, OP-
T« tician aud jeweler, 511 B. Spring St., bet
Filth and sixth sts., Los Angeles, Cal.
AYE YOUR WATCH REPAIRED AND
guaranteed. Thorough work and moder
nto prices. W. ,1, GE'l'Z. :iM S. Broadway.
OY <TF.RH.
BLUE POINT OYSTER COCKTAIL COM
pany. Eicke Si Hesse, Props. Wholesale
and retail dealers. 136 W. First sl., L. A., Cal.
b k m .
CALKINS ELECTRIC OIL BURNER FITS
any stove. In operation at 117 a Broad
way.
PHOTOGRAPH PARLORK.
PLAZA GALLERY' — LOWEST PRICES
reached; $1 ior lino enameled finished
photos; any size from postage stamp to Bxlo,
including one tinted in each dozen: crayon
portraits from the lowest prices up to the
linest grades. 513 N. Main st.
IITESNEIf MAKES FIRST CLASS WORK
Vv only, at prices from $2 per doz. up. Satis
faction guaranteed. 12U N. bpring st.
"r*W r "~~ITE, 211 WEST FIRST ST., LOS AN.
» geles, Cal. Views made to order guaran
teed. Lsrgeat assortment 8. California views.
TIN TYPES, NICEST FINISH, 2Ec;
X cabinet photos, fine, $1 dozen, at the tent,
Upper Main st.
PLUMBERS.
-1,1 "S! ACTING PLUMBER,
X_. jobbing a specialty, gas and steam fitting,
ventilating. 1610 South Main street. Resi
dence 449 South Broadway.
hTwTjTTON —SANITARY PLUMBING A
lm specialty. Estimates given. 206 East
Fourtli street, two doors east of Ix>s Angeles st
G"~j7e USTIS ,t CO., 754 8,
• plumbing, gas and steam tilting ; engiuei
and pumps repaired; tel. 913.
]")LU]~IBER7c*AS AND STEAM FITTER; SEW
. ersa specialty; jobbing iiromptly attended
to. J. C. KOLFF, 119 W. Seventh at.
t~""R~A~NK A. WEINSHAN~K,~f^LUMBER AND
' gaslit'er. 240 E. Second street Telephone
136.
PHOTO ENGRAVING ANI»JDEBIGNING
UNION PHOTO CO., DESIGNING ANDEN
graving; line half tones and zino etchngs
aspccialty. S. Broadwny.
PACIFIC COAST REGALIA CO.
BANNERS, FLAGS, BADGES, GOLD AND
silver trimmings and bullion embroider
lcs. 208 X. Main St., upstairs.
PATENT BOLI«JITt>RI»j
KNIGHT BROS., PATENT LAWYERS AND
solicitors; established 1843; 308 Stimson
block.
PAINTERS.
J*~*AMES CLARK, AND
finisher, 116 VV. Third Mreet.
11I1L ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
IJtOE SALE OR EXCHANGE—I MAKE A
" specialty of that section bet. Pasadena and
ban Bernardino, Including Pomona, North On
tario, Claretnont, Covina, Asusa, Glendora and
Duarte. 1 have a very fine lot oi improved
properties, line houses, and they can be had in
exenango for eastern property and cash.
ELMO R. MEBERVE, Pomona Real Estate Ex
change, 109 s. Broadway.
M*~P. _ ESTATE, LODGING
• houses, ranches and city property. 134 .
S. Main at, room 20, second floor.
CENTS.' CECOND-tf AND CLOTHING.
DON'T GIVE YOUR SECOND-HAND CLOTIL
ing away to other dealers when you can
get the highest prices in the city at MEYERS'.
Gleaning, dyeing and repairing done at low
prices. 132 E. First st. _____
kTval pays the highest prices in
• town for good clothing.
Cleaning, dyeing and repairing: work guaran
teed at lowest prices. 2u7 E. First st.
MORRI sTfTAL WaY iTtOT"H*iTFR"ON r T*"FO"R
paying highest prices for gents' second
hand clothing; send postal. lli;_ Commercial.
ALII'K IN PAYS HIGHEST PRICES EOR
• gents' second-hand clothing: clotllinu
cleaned, dyed and repaired. 243 E. First st.
GOLDEN SO N,~~ TAI LO R*l N g7~C LE ANI NG,
• dvcing and repairing; all kinds second
hand clothing bought and sold. 203 E. Second.
GREENGART WANTS*~bLD CLOTHING;
• orders by mail promptly attended to; tail
oring, cleaning and dyeing. 107 Commercial.
A~hVr"ws"'giWs _ PROMPT ATTENTION
• to every order for alt kinds of gents
second clothing. 115 N. l.os Angeles st.
S "END ORDE~RB FOR GENTS' SECOND-HAND
clothing to 1. SILVER. Silver pays highos
prioes. 127 (-4 N. Los Angelea st.
F" "OR*~TTIbbD CUSTOM MADE SUIT AT
half prloe go to the MISFIT CLOTHING
PARLORS, J. H. MAKER, 223 E. First sl.
REBTAURANjnL_^__^
M" RS. OUTIERREZ GIVES FIRST-CLASS
Spanish dinners to order, $1 tos2.su;
regular dinner 50 cents. 322 Wilmington Bt
MRS. c! HUNTER, 308S*. SPR'iNGST. MEALS
25c. Breakfasta to 0:30; lunch 11:30
to 2; dinner 6 to
MEALSTAT ALL HOUR- AT STEWART'S
restaurant and short-order house. 83b a
____2———————————-—-—
*ANITAKIUM-_F_«^NC^-AM^
rpREA'JTME-IT OF ALL DISKASER PATIENTS
X taken car* of at all stages of sickness. Con
flusitveut IX7 Tomplc st.
UEfAIRRD.
i^ H ,-^\?°-,,f".PAIRING CO.-JAa MAYOR,
Vi. it- F '" h streo '- Repairs made for any
"'!_• mado ,0 order.
/S ASOLINE STOVES CLEANED" AND~"RE
\M paired. Responsible for all work douo.
Tel. 1 PUS. HLACKMAN, 403 s. Spring strec
HKOOND.HAND VEHICLE*.
ALL VARIETIES AND STYLES OF SECOND
hand vehicles bought, sold and exchanged
reasonable M.W. A RMSTRONQ, Tolls. Main. '
HTnluoE.
THE LOS ANGELES STCdljfoE wXlßE
house, storago for all kinds of goods, 3.1
North Main.
FOX SALE.
NICE AND NEAT
house; convenient and desirable location.
742 V; S. Spring si.
) = 3
TAILOR.
A~ dol"ph,
Tlie Tailor,
17 California bunk building, corner Second
and Broadway.
L_ FRIEDMAN, - '
k5« The Tailor,
207 W, Fourth, near Spring street.
H^SPSF M 5 * SHEET ,RON WORK*.
G1 EO. RUBSCIL? MANF.
% and sheet iron ware for the trade, 217
and 219 Commercial si.
TOOL WORKS,
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIATOOL-C~oT/mANF~I
of granite, sandstone and marble tools.
150 N. l.os Angeles st.
PNIIERTAKIM) A J SI> EMBALMING.
INO. R. PAUL, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
Einbalmcr, 419 and 421 Downey aye.,
East Los Angeles. Open day and night. TeL
1305.
RR At PATTERSON, 147 NORTH SPRING
stroet. Finest hearse in tho city. Prices
reasonable.
UPHOLSTI- RER.
JAS. F. ALLEN, MANUFACTURER OF Up
holstered goods, mattresses, etc.; carpet
lltting and laying a specialty. 531 S. Spring st.
WINKS AN O LIQUOR*.
C"1 UNDLACH'B RHINE FARM~ WINES, CALL
T iornia's choicest products. Sonoma claret
3Ucandsoc; Sonoma Ziuiaudel, 50c and 75c;
choice sweet wines, 75 an Isl per gallon;
family trade solicited. STEINIK E ■_ BRUNING,
237 and 239 S. Main st. Tel. 535.
NAPA ZIN FA ND E L ~soc fid CTHERN f!AI,t-
Fornia sweet wines, brandiesaud whiskies.
F. VIOLE CO., 221 W. Euur h st. Tel. 1210.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASsOCIA'N
IEVENING1 EVENING
_t cial, industrial and musical courses com
mence Oct. 1. Membershin $5 and $10 a year.
Gymiiasiuin and baths.
KnCOATiessii.
THE LOS ANGELES BUSINE-S COLLEGE
(incorporated), located at 144 S. Main st. (
is the largest and best equipped institution in
Southern California, 11 provides a thorough
Jiusiness training in tho most practical way.
i'he commercial course is not surpassed ou th Is
coast. Tho shorthand doparlment leads all
competitors, and is a great success. Its de
partment of penmanship is conducted by Prof.
IS, K. Isaacs, alcacherof national recitation,
'ihe teachers of this college arc eminently
titled for their work. Day sessions open all the
year. Night session will open September 3d,
atT p m. Send for catalogue. E. it. SHKADER,
president; F. VV. KELSEV, vice-president; L
N. INSKEEP, secretary. -8-19 lyr
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Colleges of Liberal A rts, Theology, Medicine,
Music, Cbaffey Collegiate Institute, Escondido
Seminary.
Full courses—Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Commercial. Theological, Medical, Musical,
Art and Academic.
Over 50 pro.essors and Instructors. Op
during September and October. Letters of 1;
quiry will be referred to tho deans of the espa
cial schools and receive prompt attention.
Address PRESIDENT J. P. WIDNEY, 150 West
Adams st., Los Angeles, Cal. 8-6 6w
OOBBURY" BUSINESS COLLEGE, SaVsT
Spring St., the oldest, largest aud finest
equipped commercial school in southern Cali
fornia; a thorough course in tho commercial
branches and banking; a superior and suc
cessiul shorthand and typewriting depart
ment, and a practical English course; new
college rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated:
electric elevator for pupils' use; new furniture
and appliances; open all the year; pupils re
ceived at any time; illustrated catalogue and
full information free. G. A. HOUGH, presi.
dent; N. C. FELKER, vice-prosldent, 4-4 ly
rpHKOOP POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, PAS-
X adena, California, the only institution in
Southern Caliiornia providing thorough in
dustrial and art tra niug for both sexes in con
nection with scientific, literary or classical
education, sloyd school for younger pupils.
Manual training school and collcgo of technol
ogy. Courses largely elective. Good homes
for students. For catalogue and full informa
tion address PRESIDENT CHARLES H.
KEYES, Pasadena, California. 7-21 3m
rpIIE Los BCHOOIVf
X Oratory; thorough and practical courses
for teachers and public speakers; intellectual
and emotional training in expression, rhet
oric and English literature; physical and vocal
culture; year opens Oct. Btli. For calalognu
and iurther particulars address ADDIE 1..
MURPHY, 107 N. Spring St., Los Angeles. En
gagements mado ior publio and parlor read
ings. 9 28 14t
SCHOOL' OF PIIY'SICAL TRAINING, ELO
cutiun aud dancing, 226 8. Spring st. Re
opens September 17th. Scientific training;
no gymnastics; health restored by exercise.
Practical elocution. Society and stage danc
ing. NAOMA ALFREY, I'rin. 8-5 3m
IJRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND YOUNO
men. Bryson block, top floor, cor. Second
and Spring sts.; now in session: a superior
school; the circular gives particulars, A. B.
BROWN, 33 Potomac block. 9-4 lm
SCHOOL —
41(i W. Tenth St. .
Reopens Monday, September 24.
Boarding pupils"received. MIS 3 PARSONS
and MISS DENNEN, principals.
CONVERSATION,
literature Francaise. PROF. G. C. WEBER,
de l'Academie de Paris, 1505 S. Flower St., Los
Angelea. 9-7 lm
A* LL'yOUNG MEN TO KNOW THAT THEY
can have gymnasium and bath privileges
with modern instructions at $1 por month at
Los Angeles Athletic club. 7-4 tf
L~ OS - AN0ELF;S~TRA INING BCHOOL (IN
eorporatudi for kindergartners. Address
MRS. N. D. MAY HEW, 070 W. Twenty third sL
7-8 tl
SP"aNISH-MRS. J. CORELLA
. FIIIPP& 246 South Spring street. 9-15 tf
STBURY"SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRIT,
ing school, Potomac blk, 217 8. B'dway.7Btt
A~ stbury" - banjo~~btudio, POTOMAO
block. 217 S Broadway. 7-8 tf
PAIKNTS, COWIOIM^II'C__
PATENTS 3 IN ALL COUN
tries obtained, bought and sold. Trade
marks, copyrights, etc.. by 8. J. DAY <_ CO.,
Eatent attorneys, rooms 232-283 Bradbury
uildlng, Los Angeles. Established 1849.1 28tl
"t TOWNSEND, 9 DOWNEY
block. Tel. 347, Los Angeles. 11 21tl
ELECTRICAL »t AOnINKRY.
uG7~wAa"NTi-RdO machinu
V, orks. Maf'r of electric apparatus. 148 W.
Fifth St.: tools and lino machine works. 7 4tf
CONTRACTORS.
BITUMIN.
ons and asphalt paying. 237 W. First st-
Annnal Meet! tig.
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK.
X holders of Hai per At Reynolds Company
will be held at the office of the company, Nos.
152 and 154 North Main street, city of Los An
geles, on Wednesday, October 10, 1894. at 10
o'clock v.m., ior the purpose of electing a
board of directors for the ensuing year, and
for the transaction of such other business as
may properly come before the meeting.
9-20 16t 1. B. NEWTON, Scc'y.
POLAND Aai "» [
FOB POCK Barthtotaeir • Co..
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