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HERALD WANTS YOUR "WANT" ADS IN ITS "WANT" COLUMNS.
THE SHREWD FOX
Cached the crow and got her dinner by.flail"'!. 'hre'rd man ihuls he can
most cfflectually reach the jreatett number thro ugh the Uie oj a UtraM II ant AO.
The HERALD "Want Columns" bring reunite, lhat >s what you want.
These are recommendations that count.
8 PKMA I
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER, UNTOUCHED
by hand; made entirely by machinery and
delivered at your house every Wednesday in
two-pound moulds. Mail order to P. O. box
40, San Gabriel. xl
T7»OLLOW"ING IS A LIST OF THE CHIL
JT dren who have been admitted into the Los
Angeles Orphan asylum since tho last publica
tion:
Whole orphans—Mary Andereon, 9 years;
Maria Vietra, 5 years.
Half orphans—Margaret Pertirgo. 1 year;
Braulia Elias, ti years and i) monlhs; Elisabeth
llollman, 12 years; Ramona Fells, 11 years:
Catharine Shearon, 12 years and '.) months;
Margaret Ramirez, 12 years and 8 months;
Elisa Para, 11 years; Aurelia Roland, 12 years
and 10 months: Loretta Mohen, 11 years;
f adic Mohen, 4 years and 8 months; Sarah
Perez, 4 years; Stella Perez, 2 years; Caroline
Gondre, 13 years; Camilla Gondre, li years;
.Marina Crumley, 13 years; Aurelia Lenori, 11
years; Andrea Lenori, 5 years.
' SISTER JOSEPHINE.
October, 1894.
I\'E MAKE YOU LOOK YOUNG AND
11 pretty: we enlarge tho bust and neck; re
move freckles, moles, superfluous hair, wrin
kles, lines oi care, birth-marks, red noses.
Whiten the .-kin and permanently tint the
cheeks and lips, straighten noses and alter
pugs; we make eyebrows heavy and grow hair
on bald heads: satisfaction guaranteed or no
money, call oi address CALIFORNIA BEAUTY
PA RLO It. rooms 49, 50 and 51, Phillips block
Dr. and Mrs. Adams.
Bald Heads, join our $10 monthly class and
we guarantee'n> grow iiair on your heads in
DO days. Call at
11-25 CALIFORNIA BEAUTY PARLORS.
lEWIS AALD'EiisON. 31* 8. MAIN STREETS
j are selling this week the best new plush
bed lounges made for t>l4, worth $18; or the
best silk ones for $13; new extension tables
for $14; folding beds for $7.50; good sewing
machines for $5; Fairbanks scales for 4; clnf
fo dcrs tor $(i. The best 15 cent matting you
eversaw. You'll lind ii always pays big lo
gel what you want al LEWIS .v. ALDERSON'S.
■VTOTICE OF UNREDEEMED
KM articles such as gold, gold-filled and silver
watches, diamonds, Jewelry, musical instru
ments, guns, pistols, etc.. pledged since March
13, 181)4, till May 8, 3894, tickets numbering
from 9092 lo 2!K>9, and from Mo. 1 to No. 510,
will be sold according to law Nov. Bth at 150
N. Main st., Los Angeles. ' B PASTA.
OTICE—THE LOSANGELES CITA WATER
company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: 'ihe hours lor .sprinkling arc be
tween il and 8 o'clock a.m. and 6 and 8 o'ekn k
p.m. For a violation of the above regnletion
the water will be .shut off and a fine of $2 will
be charged before the water will be turned on
again. 8-17 tf
T"lIE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
Loan and Trust company ar<? enclosed in a
fire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with lime
Jocks and brilliantly lighted with electricity;
iilcoves attached for the privato examination
of valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady iv attendance. 8-1 If
MESMI S'SFEM ALE PILLS AS A SPEC [PIC
monthly medicine for Immediate relief
for painful and irregular menses—from what
ever cause. For sale by GEO. 11. FREEMAN
CO., 102 N". Sm-ing st. Price. $2 pet box.
I IHOIVEI X'S ~ lIAIR VIGOR ~A ND HE \D
JT wash restores the natural vitality of tno
hair, cures dandruff and puts the scalp in a
healthy condition. Prepared by J. J. FRO
WEIN, 220 & Main at 11-22
lANOS ILXnD POITsHED; BAN~kT6I'T'"ICE
and household furniture relinished. aud all
kinds of mv ical instruments polished; work
strictly firit-clasa, 11. F. McQUIRK, 048 s.
Spring Bt. 10
1y 1 SUM A N'S I. AN* D BFRK AcTstUl W. FIRST
* * sl.—Government and state school land lo
cated; established since 18s,} ; apply for cir
cular "How 10 Secure Land." 11l
tTorses « at old
J 1 Smith placc.Studerbaker. Running water.
Horses called lor; address, G. DUNIER, Dow
ney,
B COHEN, MERCHANT T lll.Olt, HAS Ri:
-• moved to 422' i S. Spring st. ; cleaning,
dyeing aud repairing; prices reasonable.
21 lm
1" "^vDIEsTiTaVE - YOUR SKIN CLEARED BY
j Landsfelt, for sale al Parisian 'Toilet Par
lors, 3211'j S. Spring st. 4
PA xTsTI RESTAURANT—MEALS TO 0R -
der, $1 to $2.50; regular dinner, 60 cents.
Wilmington street. 11-25
LD _ SEWIXG MAI "IUNEH MADE NEW~
work warranted lirst-class. 424 s. Spring
street. 10-28 8m
SwaxfeldtTthfTi. a. "tent a awning
Co. 1 has removed 10 250 S. Main. 11-25
F. SLOI'EKTTIOUSE MOV EiI. OFFICE
a 12 Center place. 1-15 tl
p-~ —— — ~_
tJl'Nrs' HRCOMD-HAND OI.OTKINU.
AllPKirTpAYs H8.11K.-I FOR
.a gents' second-hand clothing; clothing
cleaned, dyed and repaired. 243 E. First st.
g reenga kt wants cAirr-opycLOTS
• Ing. Prompt attention given to all mail
crders. 107 Commercial st.
CEND ORDERS Fill; CENTS' SECOND-HAND
O olothlugto I. SILVER, silver pays highest
prices. I'j7',, N. l.os Angeles st.
LAWN CUTTING.
dTcoV' PR A CTICA L "T1
ers: lawn laying and cutting a specialty!
gardens cared for by tbo mouth on reasonable
terms. Address 2110 S. Main bt., Los Angeles.
11-28
- CONSULTING KNGINEERB.
TT EN R V E. Hltl.TT, XX
Jll glneerand draughtsmen. 114 N. Spring,
'11-15 1111
COOKS.
MAN V
and rare books. Stationery and school
SU| .' -. I OWI.EK ,v- COl.'.Mll.'l. 115 W. 2d
STOHAOK.
THE L A.
age of all kiuib ol goous. 351 N. St.
!• KI!S ON ,t I.
FRESH ROASTED ON
1 our gigantic coffee roastcr,.)ava anil Mocha.
;tsc lb: 22 lbs brown sugar, if 1: 5 lbs good
Japan tea, $1: 10 lbs com meal 15c; O lbs
rolled wheat o,oats 25c: 8 lbs beans, 25c: li
lbs tapioca, 25c; :i cans oysters, 25c; can devil
ed ham. sc; brook trout, 15c:baked beans, l«c;
2 lbs cooked bam, 15e; Worcester sance, 15c;
50 bars soap, i 1: 50 lb sack good floor, 85c.
ECONOMIC STORES, 305 S. Spring street.
ISERSONA]7~RAI.PITIS"ROS~GO"Ln 11A R
J. Hour. 850; city Hour, 70o: granulated
sugar, 18 lbs, $1; brown sugar, 21 lbs S>l: 7 lbs
lolled wheat or oats,2sc; sardines. 5 boxes,
25c: tomatOOS, 2 cans, 15c: 7 bars German
family soap, 25c; eastern oil. 70c; gasoline,
70c; 4 packages starch, 25c; Hid, 10-lb can,
85c; 5 lbs, 45c. 001 S. Spring street, corner
Sixth.
HABITS MAfKIST, 818 S. BERING—O LBS.
boiling beef. 25c; 2 lbs. round steak, 15c:
rib steak, tie.; sirloin, tenderloin or porter
house steak, 12' 2 c.; stewing mutton, 3c; leg
of mutton, sc.; rib or shoulder chops, 2 lbs.,
15c. Everything else in proportion. CHASE'S
MARKET, illB S. Spring.
T~IVONDERFUL MEDICINE FOR FEMALE
1\ irregularities from whatever cause; It
never falls to give relief or money refunded;
35 years' experience. Address OR. A. J. GIEIS
NER, oillce Ki7' oN. Main sl., room 12. U-31tf
I~>OR LuJI'EIUOR PHOTOGRAPHS AT POP
" ular prices, try the Unique photographic
art studio, 127 West First stieet. A. W. IOH.N,
operator; WATSON A; CO.. proprietors. 12
B'~USINKSS CARDS 81 PER 1000; OTHER
printing in proportion. Pacilic Printing
Plant. 217 New High st. Tel. 1400. 11-25 tf
KsaDlUJg*.
R~ emoWd: profTT^eeT^clalrVoVant
and independent slate writer, is now locat
ed permanently at 242 , 2 South Broadway;
sittings daily; tells you all business matters,
develops medtumlstlo persons; losi and stolen
articles found; reunites the separated, restores
lost affections: removes evil spirits' spells,
sinful habits; brings happiness: a medium by
the gift of God; si -tings, *:'; ladies, gl. Par
lors 12 and 18, 242Ji S. Broadway. SB
H|i;s. PARKER," LIFE-READING CLAIR
.»! yoyant; consultations on business, min
eral locations, law suits, removes disease, love,
marriage, etc. Take University electric car to
Forrester avenue and Hoover street, go west
on Forrester avenue three blocks t> Vine
street, second house on Vine street west ol
Vermont avenue. 3-30 If
TT EALING. MEDIUM—MRS. A. OEOROE HAS
1 1 wonderful power over disease, trouble
and sickness, no not delay seeing her. Ex
amine her wondenul charms and Talisman.
They will bring to you health, success, pros
perity, love and happlncs-. 444 Hill st. 11-4 tt
ER SO N A L—R EV. AG NEThTpLE AS A N CE,
the celebrated dead-ironce medium, gives
private sittings daily; satisfaction guaranteed.
Permanently located at (134 S. Broadway.
I - JeRSONAL—MRS. I. F. PRIOR. I~E~DIUM,
will bo alal 230. S. Spring St.. room 4 for
a short time; business and trance sittings
daily; hours, 10 a, in. lo 5 p. m.
MRSr~IIOPKiNS-.il ITCHELL, BUSINESS
and test medium, has resumed business at
TOO E. Filth st.. cull and see her. 4-23-05
jjkntjs rs,
18l<2^F^TaTuTs h csJ^lBS2
DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First st., Wilson block; takeelcvalor. Gold
crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth ex
tracted without pain. Boom 1. lil4 tf
DA MS~B R< 'i' IIE N T Al. PA RLORB, 380ti
S Spring st.; painless extracting and lin
ing: plates, Ti?, all work guaranteed;
established 10 years. 7-7 tf
IjsRN EST A I.LIN, H. D.B,&L.D. 8. GRADUATE
of Chicago College Dental Surgery, 175 N.
Spring st., over Beaton Store, Los Angeles, Cal.
D~R. WILDER.
Corner Sevenlh and Mom streets.
Telephone 108 L 4-ll tf
D~ R. KENNEDY. DENTIST, N. BPBINQ
St., rooms 2, o and 7. Painless extraction.
11-20 tf
I 'RANK STEVENS, - 324! i & SPRING ST.
? Open Sundays and evenings; electric light.
IjT rT~C U N NIN GIIA m 7 I» E XTIST,~C A LIFO R
* • nia Bank building. 10-2 tf
D 1C w7pT teeker,"d¥ntist, hammond
block. l'JQi., S. Spring st. 11-2'lf
I'HO TO*. It A I-II PAULO Its.
parlors, 452
s. spring; children's photos a specialty;
satisfaction guaranteed. F. 11. BOYET'i E, Prop.
(TS B. WAITE. 211 WEST FIRST ST., LOS AN
y • geles, Cal. Views made to order guaran
teed. Largest assortment S. California views,
TT»OUB TIN TYPES, NICEST FINISH, 25e:
J 1 cabinets, $1 do/.; at the lent, Up'r Main st.
11-27
\\ T esner Makes iYrsT-class WORK
>> only; $2 up. 120 N. Spring st. 11-24
PLAZA GALLXBY; PHOTOS Bl: ANY size
mid Ihe l,e>t finish. 513 N. Main st. 1 21
PHYSICIANS.
C. W. UNGER, EX-ARMY DOC
'.*XZJ& tor from Berlin, Germany, cures ail
female and chronic diseases, both medical and
SUiglcalj catarrh rheumatism, niodicine ifl a
bottle; cancers, tumors, piles removed without
knife: come and see tbe cancer; 254 S. Main
sL Olllcc hours, 11, 12 •2,6,U, 8. 10-3 lin
Mrs" dr. j. h. bmith, specialty, mid
wifery. Lsdiesearod for duringconli ne
nicnt ul 727 liellevue avc. Calls promptly at
tended lv. Telephone 11 111. o 511
KOK BXQHANOK.
I 'XCHANGE—GROCERY AND NOl7o\
J j $200, for cow and chickens or lot west or
southwestern part of Oity. 7511 S. Spring 5
n EXCHANGEi— PROPERTIES OF ANY
_ kiud. Sec BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St.
10-22tf
CAItKIACI; WiIKKS.
rpIIE TABOR CARRIAGE:
J W. ITftb st. Tel. 4U5. Painting, repairing
and Uiinmiug. We carry full line of vehicles
11-22
10S ANGELES ITERALT*t MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 5, 1804-
HRLP WANTKO— HAM.
WAN Tf D—ALL X B IDI NO 11 El. P, PRE E
employment or nnv Information, address
E. NITTIXGER'S BUREAU, established
Office, 310)4 S. Spring st.; residence, 481 8,
Hope St., corner Fifth, l.os Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113. 6 1(1 tf
Clt\ AND COl'Nrir official f"reE
labor bureau, 24(> New High st., telephone
1153, for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, Man
ager. 11-1011
far AN TED—AT ONCE, TWO INDUS I RlOfJf
\\ young men to solicit orders for line por
traits ato. j. Mackenzie a caB studio, ii
Potomac block; good pay to first-.'lass men;
apply at once. • 5
TOT ANTED A FEW PERSONS IN EACH
Tl place to do writing. Send stamp f.T I*o
page book of particulars. J.WOODBURY, 187
ft. Forty-second st., N. Y. city. 10 7 ly
nr ANTED—SOLICITORS FOR AN ARTICLE
Tf that sells lo everybody, men, ivomni and
children; it is necessary anil cheap; big money
in it. ( all at 111 Arcadia st. B
TIT ANTED—A TAILOR WHO UNDER
vI stands pressing men's garment! in dye
bouse, Good wages. Apply AMERICAN DYE
WORKS, 1115 \V. Sixlh SL ltjl
IJETTY,1 JETTY, HUMMEL Al C 0..'300-302 WEST
Second st. Tel. Mlft The best employment
office In every way In Southern California.
7 12tf_
iiM.r msrsii-FKNai.k.
T^ANTED—A WOMAN THAT UNDER
-11 stands pressing ladies' gnnnents in dye
house. Apply AMERICAN DYE WORKS, 610
(V. Sixth St \ _lt_
SlrllATlima WANTED—MALK.
T>RIXTER—TWO YKA 5S' EXPERIENCE 0 X
I east and press, s. orataate Christ college
London. Keaily writer; desires position on
country newspaper; here for heidlh: salary
mere necessities. Address J. BOND, No. 120
S. Vlgnes st. this city. 3t,
TV A NTED—YOUNG MAN, COLLEOK OR A D
II Uatt and member cf tbe Howard l aw
School, wishes to obtain a position. Address
S., box 1)0, thu office. 5_
SITUATIONS WANTID-rIiHALK,
\\- AN 1 DO LIGHT
It housework or sew ing or companion lo a
lady by a person of trust and reliance I ex
pect small wages, although I will appreciate a
pleasant home more than wages. Parties will
please suite what their work is when address
ing I. box (10, this office. No Objection to
leaving the city. References exchanged. B
G6OD~ DRESSMAKER FROM BAN FRAN-
Cisco would like some more work fit home;
dresses made, $3. 5.4 Flower St., near Sixth.
10-20 tf
IVANTED—"EXPER lENCED DRESSMAKER,
It late from the Seat, wants work at home
or will go out by the day. 510 Temple st. 5
WANTED— BY MIDDLE-AGED LADY, SlT
tjation to do chamber work or general
housework. 33!) San l'edro St., room 71. li
\~~ GOOD RELIABTE woman WOULD LIKE
to take care of a few offices; address P,
Box 10, Hi: ha LP. at
WANTKU-MIKOK.LI.ANEOUS.
man
?1 aud wife to lake three furnished rooms
and board owners; two in family; references.
t4O Bellevue avenue. ti
11-A NTE D ~— TO - IiTLD YOUR HOUSE
11 cheap; bring plans and sec mv work ami
get figures. COURTNEY, 13S S. Broadway. 5
IET AX T ED-TO BUY OLDGOLD ANDSILVE R
VV at highest market prb c. JUL WoI.TER,
manufaciuring jeweler, 122 S. Mainst. 10-4 3m
11 'AN TF.D~ — TO _ BUILD YOU R HOUSE
I r cluup; bring plans and see mv work and
get figures. COURTNEY, 139 S. Broadway. I)
WANTED— PLOWING IN LARGE OR
small jobs; thoroughly prepared. 419 VY.
Twenty-lirst St. 5
TTTANI ED - Foil BPO f CASH, FURNITURE.
II stoves, carpels, etc., etc. COLGAN'S. 3il>
s. Main st. 10-5 1m
117 ANTED—PAINTERS TO SEE THE EX
)i cclsior paints at 821 S. spring st. 12 3
lost and found.
hTpTi
jLj inches long; one car clipped; $50 reward
far return to 419 W. Twenty-first St. 5
T OST-ONE GOLD RING, GRAPEVINE - EN-
J j graving; initials A. M. P. Reward. HOLT
or FOSTER, 241 San l'edro. 5
IjioD XD—TA KEN UP~LAST SUNDAY. A
young Jersey cow. Owner call at Paper
Mill, Linwood. ii
T OST- A DCRHAM COW. IF FOUND PLEASE
_/ send word lo CAUL WALBERG, 1053 W.
Eighth St. 5
|"-<OUND —SAM. THE CHAMPION HORSE
X clipper. North Hroadway. 11-22
tIOBSH BHOKU.
"DROP. r j.' H. SMITH'S PATENT HORSE
J. shoes are doing pre t work on horses; we
guarantee to cure all lameness in horses' feet
orasknopay; we have treated a large number
of horses that were thought incurable, and
In every case were successful; this patent Is
lor sale as shop, county and state rights: any
horse sheer can operate these shoes as well a* 1
can, when they buy iheright; bring your lame
horses and have them examined free; remem
ber, it costs you nothing where no benefit is
received. I'KOF. J. 11. SMITH, specialist of
horses' feet, 74S 8. Main St., or P. 0. box 700.
"XT 6 FO OT, NO 35 R B E—HORSES SHOD AC
XI cording to nature and rtgieeable to art.
Shoes made for nil diseases of the feet. GOOD
WIN'S SHOEING SHOP, 2(14 S. Los Angeles
street 11-17 ii
■xociisioNs,
'TUDSbN's'" "POPULAR EXcniSIONS—
fj 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 aud Boston. Finest equipment, best
service, quick time, Office, 21- s. Spring st.
TjHIUJPi' PERSONALLY COTOUCTED EX
1. cursions, via Southern Pacific, Itio Grande
and Rook Island routes; leave Los Angeles
every Tuesday, cross ihe s:eria Nevadas. pass
the entire Rio Grande scenery and make 10
hours' stop at Niagara Fulls, all by daylight.
Also via the Southern route, El Paso and Fort
Worth, every Thursday. Office, 138 S. Spring st.
::-'.) 1 1
CHIROPODISTS.
0 A. LANO.X-SURg'eoN, CHIROPODIST:
1 i» pedicuring for ladies and gentlemen; 200
summon block, corner Thi.d and spring; Fun
day hours, 10 to 4. 10-17 dm
MRS (Tl KENNEDY, MANI ci'RE~AND
chiropodist; mol-s and hair removed by
electric needle. Crocker bik., 212 S. Broadway.
18
ISS C. STAPFKR, 'CHIROPODIST AND
massage; 211 W. First st., opp. Nadeau.
12-24 tf
rTr ZACIIAU, SURGEON ciIIUOPODIST,
l'-'-l .-. Main sl., rooiiis l nnd 5. 10
patkntt), copyrights, mtv,
aTi;nT^i^iTTx\'b^tTol^
tries obtained, bought and sold. Trade
marks, copyrights, etc., by B.J. DAY it CO.,
patent attorneys, rooms 232-23 Bradbury
building, LOSAngeles. Established 1811). 1-2811
II A ZAP.!) ft TOWNBEND, 9 DOWNEY
J 1 block. Tel. 347, l.os Angeles. U-21 tf
'f NIGHT BROS., PATENT LAWYERS AND
l\ solicitors,3oB Slimson block, Est. 1843. 10
KASSAOK AND ELHCTRICITY.
V^A POiTaTxP HIP BATHB, MASSAG
electric trealment; ladies only. .Miss c.
STAPPER, ail First St., rms3, 4, 5, G, opp. Na
deau. 10-21 lit
M"~ ASSAGE AND BEAUTY~PARLORS JUST
opened by English lady, 133.'j S. Los An
geles sl , looms 71 and 72.
SPECIALISTS.
OUS HAIR, MOLES,
menantly removed by electricity. MLS,
SHINNICK, complexion specialist, 94-95 Po
tomac blocK 20
nR. B. Q. COfT.l"xsTol'f llAl.sflc' OI'TH' IAN.
with tile L. A. Opt leal Institute; eyes ex
amineii tree. 120 s. spring st. U-30 li.
BTUVKS KICPAIKKIJ.
C"TmcAr76
/ ir>:i w Fifth atreet, Repairs made for any
stove in the (J. s. Pa Icrns made lo order 15
ASOLINE STOVES CLEANED, REPAIRED
Tel. 1008. BI.AI'kMAN, 403 S. spring s
r.l.Ki Ti:l<:.» I. MACHINKIIY.
Ug7\Y AG N lER eTeLECTRI CAL M ACHI N* E
works. Maf'r of elecirie apparatus. 148 W.
lilth st.; tools aud line mack tue works. 7-4
BUSINESS OPPOIirUNITIES.
JSOR SALE-$l6OO.
A 20-room lodging house.
Fine location.
Rem only $50.
Owner going lo Europe.
$Ui(tl> eilhi balance a city lot.
• genuine bargain.
Discount lor cash.
OLIVFR tt CREASIXGFR,
5 2;17 IV. First st
il'-i-nil ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
sN)l)\M> best paying stores in city dealing
in crockery, groceries, stationery—everything
in general'; clears about 19000 a year net
profit; goods on hand will invoice more than
amount a kc.l; long lease, etc.; owner com
pelled to sell on account ol sickness; sure
bona fide paying business, open for the most
thorough inspection. Apply to BEM Wll IT*,
221 VV. l'irstst. 5
111 ER V STABLE "-II \s GOOD ST()C'K~
j good buggies and carriages, harness, etc.,
in good location, and Is a paying business;
conic iv aud g. 1 Ihe price and terms; owner
leaving the cltv. ROYCKA PULLMAN, 14? 8.
Hroadway. 2-tf
I Sor~salk— LODGING
house; 1)7 rooms, finely furnished; close
in: must be sold on account of illness of pro
prietor: price, BBsvol only parlies with cash
need apply. Gall at 358 s. spring st., from 10
to 12 a. in 0
• > »7m II IU A N PLAN—
nr>*.e)\/\f Located in bean of city; 71 rooms
completely ami bcaiii.fullv furufshed. A bar
gain such a< is seldom offered. For particu
lars see T. M. KILLIAN, kiUj W, First St. 0
"(WI '"' ' M M I SBION BUSINESS—SEEDt,
•P...-11'I" green anil dried fruits and general
produce Four horses and-I wagons. Will be
sold til invoice, rail and Investigate. T. M.
KILLI AN, 228 W. First st. 6
,".■>.-,•---DELICACY STORE: WEI.I. Lt>
cated; good steady established trade;
very neat, attractive store: must be so dat
once Apply tci HEN Will lE, 221 W. First sl.
5
3T7wT-FOR SaT.e"—TEA, COFFEE AND
epAUw spice trade with 50 customers on the
book; owner has other business to attend to.
Apply by letter lo F. A., room 57 The Euclide,
30: Main st. 5
AYE HAVE ANY KIND OP A BUSINESS YOU
*1 may w ant, from a fruit stand In Los An
geles to a ssw mill in Oregon; see our list and
prices. ROYCE & PU I.I.MAN, 147 8. Broad
way. 2-tf
TI7E HAVE A HALF INTEREST IN ALU-
V> eistive business, well established, that
we will sell very reasonable to the right man
Sec ROYCE & PULLMAN, 147 S. Broadway.
2-tf
4507- iToixi in a nor BE—l7 room s-7",
eg/010 baths. Hot and cold water; com
pletely furnished; very line location. P. M,
KILLIAN, 228 W. First st. 0
1> EST AUIt A NT, YE R V CENTRALLY LoT
i cated on Spring st.; well furnished: good
trade; very (heap. KOYCE st PULLMAN, 147
S. Broadway. 2-tf
Jl" YOr~NEF.P ANY SALOON FIXTURES IN
good repair, and worth moro than we will
Mk for them, come and see ROYCE A PULL
HAM, 147 s. Broadway. 2 If
vSI«)V" FRUIT AND TOBACCO STAND: ONE
?!r I-rot' the best places and pays because
the rent is cheap. ROYCE & PULLMAN, 147
S. hroadway. 2 tf
B~K~KR V"ANDY"AND RESTAURANT; SPLTnDID
oven and is doing a good busi ess; inves
tigate this. ROYCE & PULLMAN, 147 S.
Broadway. 2-tf
i» | Aftl V—RESTAURANT; THIS PLACE "iS
nrlvUl" on Spring st. and is one of the best
on Ihe market. ROYCE .v, PULLMAN, 147 S.
Broadway. 10-25 tf
TF~~YOU~U AN"T A GROCERY STORE ON A
I principal corner of Spring st. come and Bee
us. ROYCE & PULLMAN. 147 S. Broadway.
2-tf
T,-SOR~ITaLE-Oo6iS~DRY GOODS AND N0-
JT tion business in growing town in Southern
California. Address BOX 121, Redlands, Cal. 7
C A1.00N7-W ELL LOCATED AND II AND*
io somely lined up. For particulars see
ROYCE A PULLMAN, 147 s. Broadway. 2-tf
11?HOLESALB BUBINEBB FOR SALE; IS
11 easily handled and very profitable. See
ROYCE ,t PULLMAN, 147 s. Broadway. 2-tf
A nAA—CIGA M, TOB ACCO, ETC.;GOOD
>?_"U location and cheap rent: look at this.
ROYCE ,fc PULLMAN, 147 S Broadway. 2-tf
TP YOU WANT TO DISPOSE OF YOUR BUSI
_L ness without delay for cash, apply to HU
BEB A BARNARD, 227 W. Second st.
I'oil SALE—A GROCERY DCJNG A GOOD
T trade; selling.on account of retiring from
business, lii'iuire at 251 E. Fifth st. 5
ffifUMl RESTAURANT—THE BUST BUSI
•7-fHH- ness for sale in Los Angeles. See
1..M. KILLIAN, 228 W. First St. 0
0 « —- FRUIT, CANDY AND CIGAR STORE.
►Mi.) Fine location. Cheap rent T. M.
KILLIAN", 228 W. First St. 6
RESTXURANT—NICE LOCATION—
JfT -- it) Very neat place. A bargain. T. M.
KILLIAN", 228 W. First St. 0
- -'—BARBER SHOP; GOOD LOCATION
J!M«) for a good barber. ROYCE <fc PULL
MAN, I*7 s. Broadway. 2-tf
117 ANTED—LADY"PARTNER WITH $ 1000
II to $1500. W., box 40, ihls office. 5
rt SELL QUICK™ FOR CASH—GO~ TO BEN
1 WHITE, 221 W. First St. 5
• ~~8 UY —"X BUsTnE~3 OF ANY KIND GO ,
Z to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St 5
rpM.k~WITH~<'LARK & 'WRIGHT ABOUT
J paints at (121 s. spring St. 11-411
| lOR SALE — $125; A GOOD-PAYING .*'.ES
-1 luurant. 25-1 1-. l-"lrst st. 0
»r-LAW.
tohn wTmitciiicll— practices in all
fjCalifornia courts. Entrance, room *-, German
American Bank bldg, cor. First and Main sis,
CI 11E N X v7v. CRONIN"—N. W. COR. FRANK-
I 1 iii and New High sts., Los Angelas. Rooms
12, 13, 14, Abstract and Title Insurance block.
1V \vri!OLCOMB~-TADVicE FREE O.N ALL
11. legal matters. 211 West First street.
11-ILL!AM T. CR AlO, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W,
11 Rooms 14 and 15 Temple block. Tele
phone 1387.
1 IY~H. "siIJ.NN", LAWYER, ROOMS 205 TO
11- 208, \\ Lson block, cor. First and Spring.
ARTER~& PIERCeTiXwYERS,"oPPICES
35 to 38 Bryson block, Los Angeles. 8-10-if
CT" 1L MAItIT N, LAW YE R AND 7x OTA 11Y,
!• 139 N. Spring st., Los Angeles, Cal. 10
H' FT 11E NNI NO, A T for. NEY AT LAW,
II « 1 row lie ;,- l.locit, Los Ang.les.
PIANOS.
j^JiTl^Liii^
The following pianos have only been In use
a short time, and must be sold at once to make
room for four carloads en route from the cast:
1 Chic tiering.
1 Vose.
1 llaninan.
1 Jewett,
1 Halle. & Davis.
1 Krell.
Will be sold on easy payments.
GARDNER Sl ZELLNER,
7 213 Broadway.
IlAllt lilt KMX. >\
Iff I)R ES- I N1: Slf AMPOOING AND MAN
icuring, electric, medicated and v,apor
bath-. MIS--S. >| IfsTi-iKLD 121 S. Main. IU
BABBKBfc' fctIPPLIEN.
H"oPPi •: RSI E AD, WILOIJiS RE
lai infer, of guaranteed razorsand grind
ers of till i.inds 01 cutlery. I 1(1 \Y. Third st. 1
UPIIOI.SIHKK.iI.
1,1. c sTluTnT'fact uiTiTr"6im}F
rj bolstered goods, mattresses, etc.; carpet
lilting ana laving a specialty, 631 S. Sprln ;st
MAN'I I A UHI lt-fKANCO-AAIEIIICAN.
T -re atm c
taken care of al all stages of sickness. Con
liPement a s jn-eiii 1 ly. 717 Temple st 1121
L AIMIKH M AMU rAUTUItS-11.
I' ll a WEBSTER WHOLESALE AND re'
lis lail dealer in all kinds of ladders, 218 11
Second sl.
DNIIKK f AKINtI AMI 1; VI It ALM IM G.
01: it & iAI 1 i j:'sl7n7T47V. sp"rin(l fin
est lies I-e ill Ihe eic\. Prices rcusonul.le
HABNai-n .ni> HAUIILKHY.
OTTO RUFF MANUFACTURES ALLI)TYLE3
liarness and horse boots at 3235. Main sl.
COS I KAITCBI,
CToNßAb's' HIII'KK, ..RANTIK,' BIT UMIN
/ ous aud asphait paving, 237 W. First kk
EDUCATIONAL.
THE LOS
(incorporated , located at 144 8. Main st.,
is Ihe largest and best equipped institution In
Southern California. It provides a thorough
business education In the most practical way.
The commercial course is not surpassed on this
coast. The shorthand department lcsds all
competitors, and Is a great success. Its de
-1 artuicnt ol penmanship t*, conducted by Prof.
E. K. Isaacs, a leacher of national reputation.
The teachers of tills college are eminently
lilted for their work. nay session open all
the year. Night sessions Monday, Wednes
day and Friday nights of each v.eck. Sand
for catalogue. E. R. BCHUADEK, pres.; F". w.
KELSKY, vice-pres.; I. N. INSKEEI', seo.
TKTOODBURY BUSINEsi COLLEGE, 'i'U S.
11 Spring sl., the oldest, largest and finest
equipped commercial school in Southern ( al>
foniia; athoiough course In the commercial
branches mil banktiig; a superior and success
ful shorthand and typewriting de- artuicnt
and a practical English course; new college
rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec
tric elevator for yuiiils' use; new furniture and
appliances; open all the year; pupils received
at any time; Illustrated caGlogu.. and fu 1 In
formation free. G. A. HOUGH, president; N.
C. I'ELKER, vice-president. 4-4-lyr
THROOP POLYTECHNIC INSTITULE, PA*
ailcna, California, the only institution in
Southern California providing thorough In
dustrial and art training for both ser.es in con
nection with scientific, literary or classical
education, sloyd school for younger puoils.
Manual training schooland college ot technol
ogy. ( nurses largely elective. Good homes
for students. For catalogue and full Informa
tion address PRESIDENT CHARLES 11.
KEYEBI Pasadena, California.
G1 IRI S' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL— '
r 4lti W. Tenth st
Reopens Monday, September 24.
Hoarding pupils received. MISS PARSONS
and Miss dennen, prlnclpils.
T OS ASH E LPS TRAIN 1 Nlfl-CH OOL 11N
\j corporateil) for klndergartnets. Address
MRS. D. MAYUEW, (178 W. Twenty-thlrdst.
t 7-8 tf *
Parker' sciiooi; 6f~eu>cution "and
dramatic expression. 455 S. Broadway.
10-10 tf
ASTBURY SHORTHAND AND TYPEW'SiT
ing school, Potomac bik,2l7 S. ll'way. 78lf.
IkfRS. SELMA GRASS — EXPERIENCED
.11 piano teacher. 440 S. Broadway. 11
\ST BURY~BAn7c> STUDIO, POTOMAC
/\. block, 217 s. Broadway. 7-8 tf
riNANCIAL.
pa>Ty[
(I.sCORPORATED),
Loans money in any amount on all
kinds of collateral" securities, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, mer
chandise, etc. Also on pianos,
iron and steel safes, without re
moval. Partial payments re
ceived. Money quick. Business
confidential. Private clrlco for
ladies.
W. E. DMIROOT. Manager.
8-29 ly ROOMS 2, 3 and 4, 114 S. Spring st
S5().()0() TO " ,:oAN '
At lowest rates
On Arst-oiasi security.
City or country property.
OLIVER Sl CREASINGER,
10-28 tf 237 W. First st
MONEY TO LOAS 0«DIAMONDs7~JE\V-
elry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live
stock, carriagts, blcyelos and all kinds of per
sonal and collateral security. LEE BROS,
2-18 ly 402 S. Spring st.
1-OR SALE — STREET IMPROVEMENT
' bonds against good property. WILLIAM
F. BOSBYSHELL, llli S. BROADWAY. 7
110 LOAN—MONF.Y~I N Sfj MS~T6~8UlT AT
r asonable rates. WM. F". BOSBYSHELL
116 S. Broadway. tf
O~I.OAN—MONEY ON PERSONAI. SECUR
ITY. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH 220 West
First. 28 tf
MONEY TO LOAN-IN SUMS To~BC~if.
2<9 W. First St.
TO"I7OAN— MONEY ON PERSONAL NOTES.
220 West First. 28 tt
T~o~ lo a n—sibb"~To $idbTboo; STTTo" 8 net.
W. First St. S- 5-tf
Ft UNI I IK K.
fnrni tnro is complete; every article used
in housekeeping. Ol parlor suit's we havo too
m ny, selling everything at prices to suit
your pttfse. 058 So. Spring and 907 So. Main
streets 4 lm
rpilE LOS ANGELES FURNITURE EX-
J_ change, 351 N. Main, is the place to buy
or sell your furniture, carrels; for firsi-elas's
upholstering; goods stored and sold on com
mission; first-cl.ss stock and popular prices.
BUEbL Sl HOLMES ltf
NADEAU, 2H3 AND 314 8 MAIN ST.;
furniture, household goods; largest stock;
lowest prices; I buy, sell or trade, 1
Cjj»" ( y-TH E F URNITUR E~of~A 3-ROOM
epDU house in good order; house can be rent
ed for $7.50 per month; close in. ROYCE Je
PULLMAN, 147 8. Broadway. 2-tf
H"~AVING TO LEAVE THE CITY"TO~ATTEND
to my other interests, I will sell my house
hold furniture at a sacrifice. Apply at store,
610 S. Spring st. 8
NEW~BECOXD-HAND STORE WANTS
goods. ETCHISON it LANE, 617 8.
Bpringst
BICYCLE*.
Tp^fiATLNTj^lC
I\ ri.le a Keating. Style correct, quality
correct, price correct HAWLhY, KING <fc CO.,
210 and 212 N. Main st.
& KITCHIN, AGENTS FOR
Thistle bicycle. First-class repairing, en
ameling and nickel piating. 438 S. Spring st.
11-22
BTcy" s LES ~H AYE ALwTY S
been and are still thb leaders. STEPHENS
Sl HICKOK, agents, 210 and 212 W. Fifth
11-22
ttr K. COWAN. MGR., THOS.H.B.VARNEY,
Vl . coast agt. for Rambler bicycles. Tele
phone 1351. 427 S. Spring st.
MA RCH~ BICYCLE—STRONGEST WHEEL
made: light and dirable; latest styles;
improvements. H, O. HAINES, 339 N. L. A. St.
Ti"l CYC LES AND - V E HICLES FOR
-1) trade or rt-nt E. MOaT',4OIS. Broadway.
URkISSMAKINO.
LIKITfO»TtTARF
fitting dresses csll at 124S.Main st. Dresses
made from $4 up. MRS. STOLTENBERG-WOL
TER.
MRS. J. A. REOPENED
her dressmaking parlors at 415V<i S. Spring
st., Monday. September 10th.
PLUMBERS.
"pi H?^\ r OTT77£--SA^
\J* specialty. Estimates given, 206 East
Fourth st, two doors east of Los Angeles st
T,">RAN X ~aTwEINSH ANK"~PLUMBErTaND
I gas liner. 240 E. Second 81. Tel. 13(1.
DYEING AMI CL--ANI.NO.
METROPOLITAN BTKAM DYE WORKS, 241
Franklin st, lino dyeing and cleaning.
"PARISIAN DYE WORKS, 275 8. MAIN ST.,
J best, dyeing in the Oity.
COItSET
MRS. OSWALD'S CORSET FACTORY MAKES
to order on short notice every style of
dress, riding and abdominal corset; ladies' and
children's waists; repairing a specialty; 308
West Sixth St. ltf
MANTELS.
MA^vi^ri^TF-NE
II cabinei ware lo order; liar iwood lum
ber. 11. BOHRMANN, 514 B. Spring St. Tel.
768. 1 in
OPTICIAN AND JtCtVKLKK.
w'/VTC I r~URVA TTtIiID~ANiy
J 1 guaranteed. Thorough work anil moder
ate prices. W. .1. GET /,, 336 S. Broadway.
Live: stock.
J~,7bRSAI.E AND EXCHANGE-FINK SINGLE
' and double d-h ers, buggies and harness.
H. F. BACON, (ear 5118 South Broadway.
(IAKSIKIK PAINTBKH.
ROWAN—PRACTICAL CARRIAGE
fl • painter: Valentine stock used exclusively;
all work guaranteed. 616 Main St.
NOT A Kirns.
P,
• papers carefully drawn. 262 't fro"''".
| way. aw
FOH SALS-CITY PIKiPttKTY.
l/STABLWHITi>TsB^
l\ ■ NORTON ,t KENNEDY,
Real Estate anil Investment Br.kers,
134 souib Sroadeaty. .
Telephone UO2.
Sl5O-Lot on llav st , near Seventh.
!(1350-Lot Urmsioti tract.
81(10—Lot fable Road tract, near Temple st
siaou—Good lot on w. Twelfth sL
jjttsO-*l-'ine lot on Johnson st '
1f250-Lot on I.veil t., near Main.,,
M73—Fine lot on Klngaly it, neaT Hoover.
*Sim» Nice lot on Hock wood, near lleliaont.
MOW—Elegant lot on W. Twenty second st.
I«100eaeh buvn IB lols In oil belt; a snap.
1(1>75—l arge lot on W. Eleventh, near Pearl.
8800-Loton Court, in oil district.
IflOOO—Fine lot on Migrans in.
mlsOo—Corner Enlon and lugraham sts.
1(1/500—00 feet on Grand avc. near Third
$1500 buys a fine (1-room cottage on a good
ooruer; graded and sewered: lot finely Im
proved; 20(1 leel from elec rlo cars; a decided
bargain.
$2850 buys an elegant new 8-room colonial
house, wllh tine grounds, noar I'wcii'y-tlrSl; a
perfect gem; let us show you this property;
easy terms.
$2YOO—B-room house, Boyle Heights on East
Second st.. newly g gded, with 2 tluo lots; one
block from cable eats.
$SHOO -Elegant 7 room modern house In best
part of Bonnie Brae tract: fine lawn, shrub
bery, cement walkß, iv short, a model home; it
will please y on.
$1800 bin s a new 5-room house and 8 lots on
'Ixlh St.. Boyle Heights; los fenced; god
barn; water pi tied; lino place for chicken
ranch, and cheap.
We can show you a fine Hue of houses
ranging in price irom 185uO to $40,000, and
would be pleased lo show you thorn
$3500 for a fine 5-acrc piece surrounded by
orange trees, fronting on 4 streets; good level
land; 1 block irom electric car line; will mako
28 lots 50x1.5 each thai will leadilysell for
$2 w each : you can double your money Inside
I'O days on'this; good location and the best
buy iv the Oity.
$4,500 buys a eli-iee 10-acres at Covins.Solid
to lemons; good soil and water righl; new and
modern li-room eottage;good barn and elegant
country hove at a very any price.
$9,000 buys a model 15-acre orango and lem
on orchard in be»ring; rich loam soil, deeded
water in oemeM ditch. Fine iwo story house,
good barn ilhis place will pay foi Itself in Ihrco
years and Is a decided bargain.
$(1,000 buys 20 neres solid to Navel and Val
encia oranjtes just in bearing. Fine loam
soil; good water right and adjoining some ol
the finest oiange groves in California; good
cottage; let us show you this.
We have a large list of alfalfa and corn lands
from $30 per acre up that will bear investiga
tion.
if you want a walnut grove that will pay yon
10 per cent net on the investment come and
see us.
We have a large list of city a-id county prop
erties to exchange; possibly we can Interest
you. If you desire to make an exchange lo
us hear from you.
NORTON A KENNEDY, 131 S. Broadwny.J
I*., ■'•■■:•::;» '.hli ::.-;'.::ul ::t:l. Us Ssitt Is til M '■
Oity, bl> s:-f::t streets, eat itr;>t ICO feet vide: til | I
the ttrtett [tiled, grarclod. MaMat -riVit tad :•.:';. I
aireote (trickled; skill ::c:j ea all ttrsttti lCaCOtai i
C 3 feet frsat: city wt'.or piped ea all tiritlt; rlca tacdy I
lotm toil; Tract It IB to IS foot klfkll tkaa 3-v.i avc. fl
aad Figacrot it. 2 cloctrtc cars; lfialaatti' rile •.. the B
t?ilcci3 coater; oao block amer thaa Adaao aad 1
r-.gceroa its.; talldlsg claaic la eachdoel. as cat a; I
koaiee tUoirtl; bay ul tiild ftu botae voire yea Till I
bare al! a:da:a isprovemiats tad to aaarod tha*. the |
I data cf bcßOt srt'.l ctan the va'.co to Joabli laaldo cf I
12 moatb:; :::3 foot oa Adtao St.; *c ask yoa to en |
tblt tract ao»: if oat for a drive, go through thii
tract; go v. Adtat iv to Cictnl Art., or Uai thl
Ceattal or Xttli in cm te Adaxt tt. tad m tht
c'aucf Uayrsteasktt) '.Hi otTtrod for uls for a ihoit
tlmo for S2CO. tJSS. S3": to t'Z: ca thl am favorable
tents; cEco rl Ceatral aye cad Adams et.;
trot carriages fros cut oßet at al! times. i
GRIDER S. DOW, I
108.'; SOUTH BROADWAY, tcu <taa
TiOR SALE—SiIOO, $300 down, balance $25
a? monthly payments, interest 7 per cent, a
fine new 0-rooiri colonial cottage, corner Star
and Pico sts., 12-mmute elecirie car sorv cc;
bath, s'nk, hot and cold water, gas, electric
lighting and b lis; lar c pa try, 3 closets, tine
oak mantels; street graded, cement walks,
bam, fence, etc. Owner, 9.57 S. Hill st.. or
341' a S. Spring st. 11-*4
SNAP—i-ROOM COTTAGE, BATH,
SPIOUU brick cellar, all modern Improve
ments, best built, large barn i rees and (lowers,
street improvements paid, beautiful home,
■OUtbWOSt; best bargain on the market and
must be -old in four days; convince yourself
by examining it. JOHN L. I'AVKOVICU, 220
W. First Bt. B
T.-'OR sale— want bargains" in
V lots or land, improved or unimproved,
southwest, see 'THOMAS LLOYD, corner
Tblrtr-eeventh and Wesley aye, University
postoflice. 5
FOR •JALE-srr^ _ wiT.L BI V A BEAUtt
tul lot in the Howes tract, southwest; part
rash. Thomas LLOYD, oorner Thirty-seventh
and Wesley aye., University postofflce, 5
'IAOK SALE—HOUSE, LOTj lIA It N AND
V well; $1)'K). L0t50x165, one block from
Downev avenue, East Los Angeles. Address
1651 Temple street I)
F"orVa IJS—BA RGAINB IN HEY E RAL BU SI
ness corners. JOHN' L, PAVKOVICII, 220
W. Fhst st. 11- ti
FOB S/iI.K-MVK STOCK.
Ul i Tir)^TrATEs'"^)F r "H^R"sE3.~'^T r TL"ET
wagons, buggies, harness, agricultural im
plements, etc., al the new Tattentail's, in City
Hay Market, corner Sixth and Hope, every
Wednesday and Saturday. Consignments so
licited. Prompt returns "made. 1;. J. COOKE,
Auctioneer. 10-9 tf
I SoIt ~SaTe— THOROUGHBRED BITCH
_J bull dog, 0 mo. old. 1337 Wright sl. 5
FOH "I ALK—MI 80 X 1.1. AN Kill.'- .
oit I^kle^u6 ~To~f. iTi? ttu r bin. ~r u Km-
V lure exchange, between Spring and Main,
for a fine line of Japanese rugs, linen-warp and
Chinese mattings; ollic-i desks, cylinder and
flat top; also a general line ol household furni
ture, including mattresses, pillows, lace cur
tains, portieres,window shades, etc , all al the
lowest prices: house-hol I goods carefully
packed and shipped; highest prices paid for
second-hand household furniture. U-io tf
OIL STOCK I A BIG INDUCEMENT!—FOR
a short lime only the Eureka Oil company
offers for sale at (10 cents a share full paid
Block; no r.sKessments; Investigation invited.
Apply to A. R.'FRASEK, 132 s. Broadway, and
W. 11. NEISWKNDER, 213 W. First st., or see
the president, 1)11. J. SCH.MITZ. 3203 S. Main
street. 11-0
VSOR SALE—A SMALL COLLECTION - OF OLD
X coins, including 5 world's fair souvenirs.
F. B. BUSH, Glendale, Cal. B
i-iOfl 'SALE - 150,000" OLD" POSTAGE
JT stamps, cheap. T., box 28 this office.
SALE—OLD PAPERS*" N QUANTITIES
' to suit, at this office.
MATIKKHS MAKtfal.
n" "'rciberti, manufacturer
• tresses aud pillows; hair maitresses a
specially. 400 and 402 3. Los Angeles. Tel.
IIH7 lm
M AKK SETS.
N~ OR^I
1820 S. .Main st. Tel. west 171. 11-.'9
UAKUKN WOUU MOUK.
H'IINRY "IIEEitIIT—G ARDEN WOODWORK
a specialty. 11118 8. Main st.
AKIKHUI.Is.
-y wilson
IV block, car, lint and oring sis. 11-23
POM ««i.I -l cH)IV(IV I'StOPKH'I V.
A I -(Mlli :•-'«- acres. Hi. ACRES IM- I
ipIfVI.FWU proved; 1 (Ml acres in olives. 1 nnd
2 years old; go teres In orf.nl/ •tvS» in bear
ing: rl:e house, bant, wells Implement*,
tennis, etc.; everyiliiiiß In oomplcie order,
ready to atot a into; titleperlfltt: a bona tide
lacrtlieent price nnnied. ForTocallon, terms v
mid all particular- apply to S. M. lIASKINS, ,j
room 213 Btlmßon building. 8
I,'OR 8 V LX -OItA NG E (> RCI iTrDS, 5-YBA R-
I old; tine c.-op o! fruit; p Ice, $500 per ■
tore; one orchard t> year.* ohl, $110 i per acre;
n.ivc vary Hni grove at Alhuutbra for sale; a
lightly place-fora home; price. CfiOj per acre,
» pretty heme at Ragle Rork s ai res; price,
rMi'jn. loiproved properties at iiuarte, Co- " J
ilna, (.lendnrn. Pomona, Ontario, and a few at
Highlands andßediands. The I'omona Ileal
I'.staie Exchange can furnish you with any >'<
und of Ipd you want. El.Mo It. MESERYE,
1011 s, Broadway. 2d
» ~
I "jki aches oe cine LAND, SUITABLE
IiJUU for grain or cattle iiiislng, Is foi sale '
it a very tew price. Addre s I
ALEX Hk 110 RRA
Elsincre, Cal.
BEST' CHANCE IN THE MARKET, If 50 PKB
acre, heavy bearing (nil! ranch, buildings
ivatev, etc.; $1.5 per acre, clean unlmproveC
trull tends : terms easy. Address E, T. 11. AL
lyn, tog W. Twenty-nrst »t. io-u in
1S0R" RENT-Nil E "RANCH W»iX"TM- I
proved; frull of all kinds; contains HO „
teres; good neighborhood: look tills up,
ItOYcE at PULLMAN, 147 8, Broadway, 2-tf
I 'HEAP lIOMES-XUPKIttOR FRUIT LAND
\j watered by Lake linnet Water Co system
I lie largest Ih 8. Cat For full particulars call
in II EM ET LAN D CO . Maker block. 1-10 Oi
W'ISK.MAN's LAND. BUREAU,I9I W.FiRSt -f.
Vl st —Government and state school land
locators, Established since IHSS. Apply lor
drcultr "How to secure lands." il-13
pilll SALE—I 7 ACRES OF CHOICE LAND,
t 1 well locSted In VTtln Papßj oranire count*,
al. For price, etc., write to J. B. MATlUfs'sl i
apistrano, Cat. fl
iflOR BALIT—IO ACRES FOOTHILL Land
V near Snn .laeinlo, $250-s.:a cash balance ,
n labor. WOOD A CO., 127 W. First sl. 8 ,
1.1011 SALE-COOK. SAFE INVESTMENTS IN ~
1 real csmte, bonds or mortgages. WILLI AM
S. BOSBYSHELL, lid S. Broadway J
FOR ItENT-HOC-ES. A
I~'o LET y~
825—10-room house, 121 Common
Wealth aye.
$15—S-room col lego, No. 21111 {
I'cnnsyD'anlii aye.
$10-5-room house, Victoria and
I wclfth.
$10 3-rooin house and four acres
ol ground, southwest cor. N.
Soto aud Wabash aye
BARLOW A SHE It WOOD, 123 S. Broadway.
1.1011 RENT -UNFURNI'siiED HOUSES NEAR
r the Universltv electric car line; one .",
■ooins. $12; two 5 rooms, each $15; two 7
■ooins, hi 5 euch; water included with all.
ITIOMAS LLOYD, corner I hirly-sevcnth and
A eslcyave.. University pOitOfOOe, 5
libit RENT -FIVE-ROOM FLATS IN THE
V Allen flat building, Seventh and Spring
meets. Comulele with baths, pantry and
•loscts. T.K SIT Mso N. 21 If
| -OR RENT —A NICE LITTLE HOME AT 881
r Winston avenue; 5 rooms, pantry and
loscts. Tenants wtt-.ioul children preferred.
5 ..t
I'o LET (l-HOOM CI ITT ACE," SdrT'cENT ER
street, to let cheap to pei lnment tenants. "
\ H.PIEI'ER A co., IKS s. Broadway. 5
I lOR RENT-B-ROOM HOUSE, 3 0 8. OLIVE
V st . city. Addrcs, box 28, south Pasadena.
11-5 „
I-lOR RENT—SIX BOOM COTTAGE WITH
V bath. Key at 1 OU W. Eleventh St. 7
[ 'OR HENT-4"ROOM" IIOUBE~\VifH~WA-
V ler, $0. .1218 Momirt st. 10
, . I
FOH 118 XT—ROOMS, m ji
I "OR RENT-HAVE' THREE rURNIBUMss .1
L rooms en suite. Lan be usel lor light
lousekeeping; stationary wasustendi use pi
mill room: very desirable. II2I) South Flower 3 '"
treet. ' 0 ■>..
11HE~LOB ANGELES ROOM RENTING ■
Agency iv» N. Broadway; rooms ol all iia
llndt; Information free. 118 N Broadway. 1£ n ,,.,
HIOB - RENT I PLEA-ANT FUR~N~SHK<i s .i
V rooms suitable for light housekeeping; .
idultsonly. (124 8. Grand avenue. 10
I-OR RENT NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
r with or without board, in private family.
.028 N. Main st., cor Bloom. tfneuj
I'OR RENT - NKWI.Y-rU P. \ ISli KD TtOOM
V for two gentlemen, two blocks from city;
tall. 25 Church Lane. B
I'OR RENT FRONT ROOM; WITH BAif 0 ' 0
V wind iw, suitable for two, with board, InnS
irivate family. 108 North OUts. 4
I 'OR RENT —VERY DESIRABLE FUR
f nisbed loom at 418 W. Fourth st. Kosir
iblc location; private f imlly, 10-27 11 _
rO LET SUNNY"" FRONT ROOM. WITH
loard, In private family; use of ualh and
ilano | J1024 8. Flower st. II
T MI E N ASH V 11.1. E. 2 io 'wTnSTOX - sf~. \'i
X bloc s from postofllce;comfortaLle rooms;
rates very cheap. jeO
•['HE DENVER 183 N. MAIN STREET PINE
L furnlslied roornsjt .50 per week and up. i
Center of city. r
1 'OR ItENT-iLoTjMS - ! -- !!!^^
I ll iisekccping, and i alh; adults only. 5u7
W. S cond st. 5 ji
I'Olt RENT NICK, SUNNY. FURNISHED 1-
V rooms; light housekeeping. U2OS, Grand
aye. 8 1 "
TiHK PARK ER, 424 W. FOURTH BTREBTT
X Nice!-, furnished rooms, single oren suite. '
11-24 lm
«•>•> s MAIN ST., IN CENTER OF CITY:
l*it> desirably located (urnlshod room , 11
/"I RAND PACIFIC-"I2:rSOUTH SPRING ST. _
\T Fine large ioliiiir, $2 per week and np. V
1 =— (
PON BrtH 1— MISCKI.I. ANKOUH. .Ul
,9S
L warehouse, 50x154 it., fro ling two streets. »
Address p. DAVIX. in- 1 .; F. Flrsl st. i
It 11, I. PIH KKS. ;| ,fj
Tri W. I* A. BlU.jfl
Xj, Posting Co.,member National Assoclatioj^ 4l ir
of Bill posters. "Ho .csty" my motto. Distrlb- ...
utiugaud uard tacking, fence, sign and wail 1 '
advertising! 1.0 E. Second st, _____ j"*
V. McLEAN, PRESIDENT STATE BILL '';
vT Poster i' sssoclatlouj tho only bill posterln M
Los Angeles. 254 S. Malust. —
* " " 'j'l
G4NOI.INK K.NGINE".
ONE 3 AND '
oneO-horao gasoline engine. UNION GAS
ENGINE CO.. 1 14 Itequeim "'
'- ''liv
I'OVKI.S. 78i
H'™oTTt7~w a " •
first-class board and lodging; summer I
rates; suites .'or families. F. .1. sPAULKINtf. ~
' " . .
ISoiice to frouiiyrs. ,iic,
.if,'
a
I 'STATE OF WILLIAM HUNTER, DE. I r
24 ceased. ... , :, s-
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned i..
(esse D. Hunter, administrator of the estate o '
William Hunter, deceased, to the creditors of, BL.
«ml all persons having claims against the saidji,)
deccastd, to exhibit tho same with the neces- ■•
siirv vouchers, within ten months after the •'
Hrst publication Of this notice to the said ad
miiiistor, at tbe otllce of Lee & Scott, room o> r
Phillips block, in the city of 1.01 Angcl'», A
rounlv of Los Angeles, state of Calliornla, tW
?a:ne Ijeing the place for the transaction Of
husin ss of said es ale. i*ai>i c
Dated October >U, lnf)4.
JESSE D. HUNTER,
Administrator of the csiatcof William Hunter?' 1 *
deceased. tevir
Lee <t Scott. 11-25 ,j.
Notice of Dissolution ot Copartues&i,
ship. unov
IliOjV
"lelea
•cjoV
'iojJI
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIfB
partnership heretofore existing betweefl' .
the Undersigned 111 doing business in the clt* 1 "'
of l.os Angeles at Nos. 300 and 311 North Loa
Angeles Street, under Ihe llrm inline ol tho
Hermitage Vineyard Company, is this day
solved by mutual consent, tin iiiuleislgiiedutl'. „„
Daraneeile, having succeeded to the interest
of the undersigned, Emile Maehrls, by pureJOOOl
aso ol his Interest. T he business will be carried-.. -
on by the said P. Daraneettc under the seftii* ~
n .me of Ihe Hermitage Vineyard Company, IlijU
being the solo proprietor thereof at the saisto
numocra above stated, ™ ft vr
Dated this 31st day of October, A. D. ISOI. - vt '
[Signed! PETER KARA N< E I'TEI J«*
7 EMILK MACUItIB. . j.-'J

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