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I THE HERALD 1
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rUMONIL.
German, ol a good and re pectaDle family,
civil engineer, Inventor of several useful arti
cles, 39 years of age, a Christian and bachelor;
would like to form the acquaintance of an in
dependent lady about M.I years; object, matri
mony; Itisdesirable thatihesaid lady should
unde--tand the German language and consent
to go to Kurope for three years; all detailed in
formation will be received under the strictest
discretion; please correspond. Address L, Box
IK) this oflico. 27
PERSONAL— A RESPECTABLE BUSINESS
gentleman, middle-aged, desires acquaint
ance of respectable lady from 30 to 40, with
aome capital to assist In business: object,
friendship, perhapß matrimony; widow not
objected to. Address li., box 30, this Jti
ERSONAL—A MIDDLE-AGED BUSINESS
man desires to mate the acquaintance of a
musical lady of not over SS. Object, mutual
enjoyment and possibly matrimony. Address
In confidence Music, box 00, this office. 27
A _ BLOND GENTLEMANFROM'tHE" EAST
wants to make the acquaintance of a bru
nette lady or young widow, who is lonely like
h.mself and wants a companion. AddressA.
L. T.. Box 40, ihis office.
OE-NOT SAFE TO COME YET; BETTER
go into the country lora few weeks; C. has
aent a fellow down there, I think; tall, dark
and slightly lame. CADDIE. 27
~AT THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE, MISS MIN-
A nic M. Dill, ihe noted healer and phvcho
metilst; all diseases yie.d to her magnetic
touch. 747 S. Mainst. 27
LOUISE-I HAVE RETURNED BUT AM UN
able to get any tracj of you; write at once
If you see this. Address box 40, Herald office.
27
R. A. J. CLARK, MANAGER OF THE IM
perlal Institute; Imperial remedies for
piles aiidj'eclaTulcers. 747 S. Main st. 27 |
hdsinkhh pkrsonals.
on
our gigantic coffee roaster, Java aud Mocha,
35c lb; 24 lbs brown sugar, Bl; 5 lbs good
Japan te«. $1; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c; 6 lbs
tapioca, 25c: 10 lbs raisins. 25c; (i apricots,
25c; 5 lbs rigs, 25c; 5 lbs prunos, 25c: li lbs
buckwheat, 25c; 8 lbs beans, 25c; can deviled
ham, sc; brook trout, 15c; 3 cans oysters, 15c;
60 bars soap, $1; 50 lb sack flour, 85c; bacon,
pork, 9lic; orange marmalade in bulk
6c. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 S. Spring street.
P~ERB6W AL — .RALPH OLD BAR
flour, 90c; city flour, 75c; granulated sugar,
18 lbs |l; brown sugar. 21 lbs 91; 7 lbs rolled
wheat or oats. 25c; sardines, 6 boxes 25c;
tomatoes, 2 cans 15c; 7 bars German family
soap. 2ftc; eastern oil, 70c; gasoline, 70c; 4
p ckages starch, 25c; lard, 10-lh can, 80c; 5
lbs, 40c. 601 8. Spring street, corner Sixth.
H ABE'S MARKET BTffs! SPRING—S LBS
boiling beef. 25c;12 lbs round steak, ir>c;
rib steak, tic; sirloin, tenderloin or porterhouse
steak, 12xc; stewing mutton, 3c; leg of mut
ton, 8c; rla or shoulder chops, 2 lbs 15c.
Everything ese in proportion. CHASE'S
MARKET, SlB SJSprlng.
HEHLADIES - OF~ THE FIRST SPIRITUAL
S.ciety will give a grand conceri and ball
at Now Music hall, this evening. A very pleas
ing programme has been arranged, and those
who attend will have a pleasurable evening.
Tickets, 86 cents. 87
WONDERFUL MEDICINE FOR FEMALE
irregularities f.om whatever cause; it
never tails to give relief or money refunded;
35 years' experience. Address DR. A. J. GIEB
NER, office lu"l4 N. Main St., room 12. 11-31U
KRSONAL — PALMISTRY"; ONE HAND
read free; every hidden mystery revealed;
life road from cradle to grave without a mis
take; 2to 8 o.m. tv. Third st. 11-11 lm
T>ERSONAL — ELECTRO TH E RAPEUTIC
5T oaths; electric treatment scientifically
flven; magnetic and massage electricity. 2ftc.
IRB. E. BOBBINS, 421 S. Main st. 6mo
Health,~fortune!~marria~g~e! con".
■ ult MLLE. RITA, only scientific I'alra
-Ist, 652 South Broadway, corner Seventh. 26
MME~LECROq! FRENCH DRESSMA KER,
cor. Second and Main next io cathedral.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
E^ITIsrA^SFJISON^
312 South Main street.
Do you want nice cheval bedroom sets for
818? We have them, or good new ones for $tO.
New spring roller shail.-s for 26 cents. Good
bed lounge for $5. Polished ouk leather seat
rocker, for $5. Silk plash seat rattan rockers
for $1. New rattan nurse rockers, 8L .5. Good
matting 10 cents ana up. Get prices at LEWIS
ti ALDERSON'S. 11-25 tf^
OTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
comp ,ny will strictly enfoiee tlie follow
ing rules: Ihe hours for sprinkling are be
tween 6 and 8 o'clock a. ni. and 6 and 8 o'clock
m. For a violation of the above regulation
he water will be shut off and a tine oi $2 w ill
be charged before the water w ill be turned on
again. 8-17 tf
The"safe~de¥mitTw"xes of tiie~~state
Loan and Trust company are enclosed in a
fire-proof and burglar- roof vault, with time
locks and brilliantly lighted with electricity;
alcoves a tached for the private examination
of valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady In attendance. 8-1 tf
iffF.SMiN's female"pilt~s~as aTspecific
iVJ. monthly medicine for immediate relief
or painful and irregular menses—from what
ever cause. For sale by GEO. 11. FREEMAN
CO., 102 N, Spring st. Price, $2 per box.
FOR SALE—UPRIGIIT~YOSE PIANO, USED
only very short lime; must be sold; make
an offer. GARDNER It ZELLNER, 213 South
Broadway. 1
hTg 00DVV IN, PIA N U~MA NUFAC TU R E It;
• pianos, church and parlorotguns repaired
md tuned. Factory, 507 Ceres aye. 11-litf
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, WARTS AND MOLES
permanently removed by electricity; hours
II to 1. Room 1, 2b2 S. Broadway.
opa Nisii - r e"stauran t—m c a ls~ to - OR~
IO der, $1 tos-.50; regular dinner, 60cents.
312 Wilmington street. 12-2J
M~A CHIN EItY~DI ES AND TOOLS MADE
and repaired. J. yon SEBKEY, 216 8, Los
Angeles st. Tel. 933. 11-14tf
OLD~SE WI NG Jl A CHINES MADS NX W;
work warranted tirst-ciaas; 424 S. Spring
atreet. 10-28 8m
SWANFELDT, (THE L. aTtENT it" AVV NIN G
C 0.,) has removed to 250 S. Main. 31-24
A" F FLO PER~, — lIOU SE ~M OVE R, OFFICE,
» 12 Center place. 1- 5 If
FURNIIUHK.
URSTO ( r K OF NX W A Nl> SEC ON D 11AN D
furniture is complete, consisting of every
article used in housekeeping. Of parlor suns
we have too many. Soiling everything at
prices lo suit y« nr purse. 658 So. spring and
807 So. Main Street 4m 1
THE LOS"~ANGELES FURNITURE * Ex
change, 351 N. Main, is the place to buy
or Bell your furniture, carpets; for lirst-class
upholstering; goods stored and B'ld on com
mission: lira-class stock and popular prices.
C. E. BUELL. 1 tf
XTADEAU, 2(13 AND 314 S. MAI* ST.;
J.l furniture, household goods: largeststock;
lowest prices; 1 buy, sell or trade. 1
NE 1W SEC O.N D-H AND STORE WANTS GOODS
EfCHlsoN A LANE, 617 S. Spring st.
lost and found.
241h, one lawn c lored young Jersey cow.
Liberal reward will be paid' for her return to
FRANK H. SHAFER, 2418 8, Flower st. 28
LOST ONE QUARTER CURTAINS TO
hack No. 16, on First street between Vine
and Spring. Please return to stand, corner
First and spring. i-8
lOST— FROM 1011 N. BROADWAY, SMALL
j spaniel bi eh: tail cut; answers to Nina;
bad on collar and tag. Lib-ral reward for re
turn of same. 29
FSOND~BAM. THE CHAMPIONHORSE-
clipper. Nor h Broadway. 11-25 lm
MAT'IICK-i iHAKKK.
Rol?EllTl7T«ANuT^ r^
• tresses and pi,lows; hair mattresses a
specialty; 400 and 402 S. l.os Angeles st., Tel.
1187. i lm
El EC I Kit: i i. MACHINE,.V.
A UO. WAGNJI ERE, ELECTRIC AL MACHINE
jfV works Mef'f of ■ lectric apparatus. 148 VV.
iutast., tools and line laaciiiu.. works. 7-4
s
HELP WANTED—MALE.
nIIEDINg' HELP, FREE
TV employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGeR'S BUREAU, established 1880.
Office, 819U S. Sp ing st; residence, 4M 8.
Hope »t, corner Fifth, ios Angeles, cal. Tele
phone 113. o- lbt '
CITY~ AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE
labor bureau, 240 New High st,, telephone
1153, for cooks waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. W. A. VVTiriE, man
ager, H»lv M
IVANTED-A FEW PERSONS IN EACH
W place to do writing, send stamp for 160
page book of particulars. J. WOODBI RY, 127
W. Fortr».cojid_Bt.,N. V. city. 10-7 ly
PERSON TO
W travel; salary, $?S0 nnd expenses; refer
ence Enclose self-addressed stamped envel
ope. Manager, box P, Chicago. 19_
IJETTY. HUM MEL & CO., 300-302 WEST
X Second st Tel 509. The best employment
office In every way in Southern California
7-12 tf
XXTANTED^S - EXPERIENCED MEN TO SO
VV licit for custom shirts, os those wishing
to learn. Address Z., box 40, this office. tf
EM PLOYMENT _ AGENCY—^MRS. _ BCOTT &
MISS MCCARTHY, 10l>, S. Broadway; tel.
819. «»
WANTED— EXPERIENCED CLOAK SALES
man. Address N, Box 60, thia officf\29
help wakteil— female.
vvants lady
VV partner for vaudevil c stage; state expe
rience and ability. Address 0., box 10, this
office. 28
BOSTON FEMALE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
353 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. 12
wanted —agents,
c.ali-
VV fornia cities to handle one of the greatest
selling articles of tho ag< ; sells on sight. Send
2S cents for sample and particulars to G. A.
SANDERS, 431 State st, i-anta Barbara, CaL2B
U- ~NITED~ORbER"OFAM ERICA, FR ATE R N -
al and beneficial, wants good solicitors,
good pay, steady work; ladies or gentlemen,
Call or write Room 10, 252xj S. Main st. 30
ADY AND GENTLEMAN AGENTS |
j wanted, both for city and country: |
quickest seller you ever saw; every body buys
it; new patent. Call 111 Arcadlatt. 28
W-aNTED—AGENTS, EITHER SEX, FOR
VV first-class office or household articles. J
OTIS BROWN, 644 S. Spring st. 12_
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE.
De'trvintj person* desiring employment trill be
allowed to insert three lines, under this heading,
two timet free of charge.
ANT ED^BY~ V OUNG~SIAnT~SITUATION
in private place, to look after horse and
do garden work; able and willing to do any
thing, age 34. Address V, Box 10, this othce.
30
ANTED—BY YOUNG MARRIED MAN—
position as clerk or collector: would ac
cept anything with prosptct of advancement.
J. K. MACKAY, 236 south Hill street. 28
VITANTED—BY YOUNG MAN, WELL EDU
VV cated, good penman, posiiion In store,
office or warehouse; wages no object. Address
D., Box 60, this ofllce.
Ar^Eli— MARRIED MAN,
a situation in wholesale grocery bouse
as portier; good references given. Address
T, Box 10, this office. 23
TIT-A. NTED—POBITIdN - BY~Y"OUNG"MAN IN
VV store or office. Had long experience and
can give good references. Address D., box 20,
this office. 122
"ITITANTED —POSITION, BY A YOUNG MAX
VV with good reference, 10 years' experience
as merchandise salesman. Address 1, Box '. 0,
this office. 28
ANTED—PLACE TO FINISH TRADE BY
voting man of 13, who has had 1 year's
experience at house-painting. J., box lv. this
office. i 7
\\T ANTED—BY MAN, 35, LIGHT OUTDOOR
VV employment; compani n to rancher, driv
ing city or country. Address C, Box 7. . this
office.
\V ANTED—POSITION BY YOUNG MAN OF
VV 23 with 7 years' experience at plumb
ing, as all around hand. 0., box 20, this oflice.
27
ANTED—SITUATION BY 16-YEAR-OLD
boy in store or to learn a trade. Addr ss
JAMES JENKIN, 922 Diamond street. 28
VI? ANTED—SITUATION BY FIRST-CLASS
VV Japnnose cook to do any kind of work.
Address SEGAWA, box 60, this 28
V^T^NTETJ—SITUATION BY JAP, AS FIRST
VV class cook in restaurant or hotel, city or
country. Address 301 E. First st. 29
"IVANTED-CROI KERY SALESMAN WANTS
VV work; good referenc.s; low wages. Ad
dress O, Box 50, this oflico. 28
SITUATIONS WANTED —FE MALE.
Deserving persons desiring employment will be
allowed to' insert three line* for two insertions,
under this heading, free oj charge.
I"ROM SAN FRAN
cisco would like some more work at home;
dresses made, £4. 5 4 Flower St., near sixth.
10-20 tf
AN'fIfc—SITUATIONBY A COMPETENT
and experienced stenographer anil type
writer. Address A, box li). this office. '.8
A~NTED—SIT V AT 10N BY~EXPI--RIENCED
young saleslady. Address V, box 3t»,
this office. 29
wanted —to kent.
VV furnished house, not less than i> rooms,
modern improvements, stable: state terms and
location. Address F, Box 00 this office j/T
WANTED—KEAL ESTATE.
hTviT^you
V\ a bargain in a vacant lot near Main and
Washington? We have a client who wants it.
SMITH rt: O'P.RIEN, 147 s. Broadway. 27
WANTED—HI-.CELL ANEOI
\ \ commercial gentleman, wife and two lit
tle girls. 6 and 9 years, in Los Angeles or Pasa
dena; sunny, hea thy house, homelike place,
no invalids nor other children. Offers with
moderate price by the montu only considered.
Address I. box 10, this ollice.
\\J ANTED — LADIES TO~ I.EARN THE
VV McDowell dress cutting system at the Mi--
HOWELL DRESSMAKING A A DEMY,
S.Bioa.wav, branch of New York ami San
Francisco schools. Patterns cut to order.
11-lnio
ANTED —TO EXCIIANGE, MODERN 8
VV room house and burn on lot 6ux150,
pleasantly located, convenient to schools, for
aertuge or lots; will pay cash difference. I
CARTER 4) BEECHER, 32s S. Broadway. 27 j
V1 T ANT7D—PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT WE
VV are munufactuiing the FoaniirGang Plow
and Stockton Plow. Rcpuiis at bedrock prices.
L. M. DAVENPORT It CO.. 618 N. Main st 4
T\ T ANTED—TO BUY OLD i.OLD A Nil SILVER
V> at highest market price. .ILL WOLTER,
manufacturing Jewele , 134 .-.Main st. 10-4 3m
I\* ANTED—HOUSES TO BUILD 11Y ROBT.
VV 1). COATES building contractor, iO4 S.
Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal 12-io
ITfANTED— FOR SPOT CAShTfUR NITURE,"
VV stoves, carpets, etc., etc. COLGAN'S, 316
S. Mainst. 11-li Im
T\*ANTED— PAINTERS TO BEE THE EX
VV eelsior paints at 621 B. Bpiing st. 12 3
TTTANTED —EVERYBODY TO TRY""ori{
\\ fresh lish. 133 P. Broadway. 1)
MEDIUMS.
pEMOTO I'QIRVOYANT
IV und iudependentslate writer, is nowloeut
ed permanently at 242', South Broadway;
sittings duly; tells you all business matters,
develops mediumistle persons: los,t snd stolen
articles found; reunites the separated, restores
lost affections: removes evil spiri's' spells,
sinful habits; . riic'S happiness; a medium by
the gift of God; sittings, *t: ladies, $1. Par
lors.lj and 18, -42J, a S. Broadway. 29
MRS. PARKER," LIFE-READING CLAlR
voyant; consultations on busine s, min
eral locations, law suits; removesilisease, love,
rcorringe.e c. 'lake University electric car to
Forrester avenue and Hoover street, go west
on Forrester avenue three blocks to Vine
street, second house on Vine street, west of
Vermont avenue. 3-3'J li
PERSONAL— REV. AGNES H. I'LL'ASA.NCK,
the celebrated dead-trance medium, gives
private sittings daily; satisfaction guaranteed.
Permanently located at 6J4 S. Broadway.
BUSINESS CARDS"SI PKR~10O0; OTHER
)irintingin proportion. Paoitia Printing
Plant, 2i7 New Hlge st. Tel. 1410. 12-1 j
A ONES PERCY, MEDIUM! 111~nTTSROAD
-2\ way. gives readings by p-ychometry, ."jil;
also reads cards clalrvoyautly I roOc. 9
Mils'. HOPKINS-MITCHEI.I , BUSINESS
and test medium, has resumed bus nesi
at 709 E. Fifth st.: call and tee her. 4-23-95
rpEST CIRCLE TONIGHT BY STARLIGHT,
1 the celebrated little trance medium; sit
tings diiiy. 4:2 W. Seventh at.
tOS ANGELES HERALEi TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27. 1894
HUSINEHH OrFORTDMTIII.
IF TOU HAVE $0000 YOU CAN BUY AN
established and legitimate business in one
of the best locations iv the city; the most
thorough investigation Invited. SMITH It
O'BRIEN, 147 s. Broadway. 37
PARTNER WANTED IN ONE OF THE VERY
best located saloons in city; location un
surpassed; large, nicely equipped place and
everything 11 rat class; receipts about $80 a day
and upward; reterences from leading whole
sale houses; any ordinary man accepted; Is
really a sure investment; price, ■3000, Apply
at ouce to B. WHITE, 221 W. Firstst. 11-lotf
ITiOR SALE —A 2S-ROOM LODGING HOUSE
1 in Pasadena; newly furnished and rooms
I all full ior $1300; parly going east, therefore a
bargain; clearing $175 a month. CHARTER
OAK HOUSE oa Dayton near engine house. 3
HOTBL OF 40 ROOMS TO BE SOLD AT A
sacrifice, one of the most beautiful In the
city; rent very low ; BJISO cash, balance on
time. For particulars see T. M. KILLIAN, 228
VV. First st. 37
SALOON MEN SEE THIS—BI3OO WILL BUY
a very nicely equipped .aloon, price $1300;
actually a great bargain; must be sold. Apply
to B. WHITE, 221 W. First st. 11-23 tf
(2QA/V-CIGARSTORE ANITcLUB ROOMS:
epOUU one of ihe most complete in the city;
will invoice more tlMns3oo. See T. M. KIL
LIAN, 228 W. First St. 11-25 3t
QO!»!rY—RESTAURANT—ONE OF _ THE BEST
in the city; located on principal
street; steady, paying trade. T. M. KILLIAN,
228 VV. First sL 11-36 St
AgeiY-POC LTRY AND PRODUCE MAR
3N>»)IF ket: best business of its kind in the
city; a good chance. See T. M. KILLIAN,22B
VV. First st. 11-25 3t
2»<|WU\-VVOOD, COAL~AND FEED YARD;
fIT 1 111FV biggest bargain ever offered; see
this. Apply to B. W HITE. 221 W. First St.
)l-15tf
£» | ~t\— CIGAR, FRUIT. CANDY, ETC.; ONE
eplOU of the very best known little stores;
pays very good. Apply to B. WHITE, 221 VV.
Fllst sL 13-tf
A|| ATI—GROCERY; VALUE IN BTOCK;
; the very best corners in city;
trial given. See B. WHITE, 2al VV. First at.
IB tt
iFoR" SAL ING HO USE, 15 ROOM &
V IflOOO; only 2 blocks from postoflice. Ad
dress H, box lo", this office. 11-21.1t
IF YOU V ANT TO~DISP6sE OF YOURBl'Sl-
ness without delay for cash, apply to HU
BER <fc BARNARD, 227 W. Second st. 11-1 tf
S')AA— PARTNER WANTED IN FIRST
—U" class office business. F"or particulars
see T. M. KILLIAN, 228 W . First st. 11-25 tf
j» i Aft—RESTAURANT; RECEIPTS'! *40
fp'rV" " daily; see this bargain; location good.
Apply to B. WHITE, 221 VV. First St. 13-tf
ffl>'>PA-GROCERY BTORE7 NICE UVING
apOOvF rooms; clean stock, central location.
T. M. KIL.LIAN, VV. First street. 27
fIbQAft—TRANSFER""BUSI NESsTwELL LO
-rpOllVj cated; does a good paying business.
See B. WHITE, SStl W. First street. tf
fiICAA-'- 5 ROOMS, "BEAUTIFUL HOUSE,
epIOUU low rent, four year lease. 1. M.
KILLIAN, 228 VV. First st. 27
A^SnAft- 3 *^ROt>ir HOUSE, LOCATED IN
vfU center of city; low rent. T. M. KIL
LIAN, 228 VV. First street 27
d>onC—FRUIT AND CANDY 3TORE; r"aRE
C 1 chance: pays will. Apply to B.
W HUE, 221 VV. First st 11-22 tf
fi&7"'itA —CI(Tar""sTORE; ONE OF THK~BEST
©OUUlntheoity; pays big. T. M. KILLIAN,
228 W. Firstst. 11-30 St
fflf'rn— CIGAR STORE; PAYS WELL;" ON
SDOU Spring st. Apply to B. WHITE. 221
! W.F.rstst. 11-22 tf
a I r A—RESTAURANT —GOOD LOCATION;
lOU steady trade. T. 51. KILLIAN. 22t VV.
Firstst 11-25 3t
(O'-l'-RUIf"STORE: LOCATION VERY
nMZi)good. T. M. KILLIAN, 228 W. First
St. 11-25 3t
r~jv> SELL YOUR BUSINESS QUICK, SEE
X ERNST (Si CO., new office, 113 W. Third St.
11-Istf
OS llin-CANDY~ AND FRUIT STORE. B.
»T i"U WHITE, 221 W. First St. 11-22 tf
»> SELLQUK'K FOR CASH GO TO~B. WHITE.
L 221 VV. First st 13-tf
ty BUY A BtjiON ESS OF AN Y~KIND APPLY
to 11. WHITE, 221 VV. Firstst. 13-tt
FOR KENT —HOUSES.
OUSES TO LET^
BY JOHN H. COKE,
207 S. BROADWAY.
8 room house, Pico Heights,
water free, rent 812.
6 ro«m house, 8. Olive,
water free, $aO.
Small store, San Pedro St.,
water fiec, rent 810.
25tf
F>OR RENT—BIS, 5-RC~>M COTTAGE, - NO.
2611 Pennsylvania aye.; $10, 5-room
house, Victoria and Twelfth. BARLOW &
SHERWOOD, 123 Broadway. 11-16tf
HOCSF.'OF ; COV
.T pletcly furnished; l.ath, pantry, closets,
use of piano. 135 E. Twenty-fourth St. 28
I -lOR RENT-CHEAP, 4-ROOM HOUSEriS32
Ninth st. Apply on premises. 11-2;tf
FOIt KHNT—KOOUS.
r TFio{T3HTD~i^6jr^
wUIIOUt board, at the renovated and nevv
iv managed Clifton house. Newly fur ished
throughout, pleasant sunny rooms at reason
able rates. 231 No. tr.oadwav. 10
IjlOR It ENT—l'll REE NICELY FURnFIiED
■ rooms, for housekeeping. No. 820 South
Hill street. 27
rpllE NASHVILLE, -i'Mi WINSTON ST.! 1%
JL bloc ks from postoflice; comfortable rooms;
' rates very cheap.
j rrvHK I)ENVEIi!T33"N7MA7N STF.EIiT: FINE
X furnished rooms; 51.50 per week and up;
center of city.
! rpHK PARKER. 424 W. FOURTH~STREET;
I i nicely furnished rooms, singlo or on suite.
V-U 1 m
I~^"pritENT^uio _ TsHED
i able. THE SMITHSONIAN, 312 S. Hill st.
26
! f SofrREI^^NfcELY~FuIINT¥HED ROOMS.
! r 410 Wall st 30
I ( i~RAND PACIFIC. 488 SOUTH SPRING Sl'7;
: \J line large rooms;--t>2 per week aud up.
I RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, 716
| X VV. Second. ' tt^
! I-'UhNiSIIKD ROOMS-6DB BANNING ST.
X 12 8
roB i:bnt-mis<ukll*neou«.
I/oTr
I" warehouse 6xln4 ft., ironting 2 sticeU
Address I-. DAVI.N, lt'B'j E First St.
fHOrOORAPB PAItLOKS.
ON TON PHOTOGRAPHIC PARLORvSS
s. s ring; children's photos a specialty;
SntistocUon guaranteed F\ 11. BOYETTE, Prop.
tl P, VV a ITE, 211 WEST FIRST ST., LOS AN
/• geies Cal. Views made to order guaran
teed. Largest assortment S. California views.
IjVOUR TINTYPES,"NICEST FINISH, 25c;
1 cabinets, *1 doz; at the tent, Up'r Main st,
11-27
\K7ESNER MAKES FIR~ST-( r LASB WORK
>t only; $2 up. 120 N. Spring st. 11-24
IJi.A/A GALLERY; PHOTOSIjSI: ANY SIZE
J and the best iinis.li. 5)3 n. .Main s'. 11-21
*.XCUIIaION><.
"TulniGO; 7 ?] •OPI'LA
t) Monday, over the Rio Grande Western and
Denver und KioGrundc railways; scenic route:
personally conducted; newly nphol tered
Cars thiougii lo Chicago, New York and Bos
ton Finest equipment, best service, quick
time. Office, 212 S. Spring st.
1»I1I1.LIPS' PERSON A I.LV CONDUCTED EX*
curilons. via Southern Pacific, Rio Grande
and Rock island routes; leave Los Angeles
every Tuesday, oross tlie Sierra Nevadas. pass
the entire Rio Grande scenery and make 10
horns' stop at Niagara Falls, all by daylight.
Also vi<* tin; Southern rout , El Paso and Fort
Worth, every Thursday. Oflice, 133 8. Spring
atreet. 2-9 tf
FOR SALB-OITT PROPERTY.
-
REAL ESTATE
AND INVESTMENT BROKERS,
For sale—Bsso buys a lot 60x150 on Wash
ington st.; street work paid; close to the elec
tric cars.
$760 buyaa lot on Twentseth St., close to
Figueroa; a birgaln.
$850 will buy a lot on Twenty-first street,
close to Figueroa.
82000 buys a building lot 70x308 on W.
Washington street, close to Union avenue. See
this.
For sale—Special bargain, lot 52x175 on
Seventeenth st.; a corner; west Figu.roa st.;
price *850; cheap at $1000.
For sale—Four lota on E. Fifth St.; 110 leet
front on Filth st, a corner; price $4500; worth
double the amount asked.
For sale $350 will buy a fin* building loton
Fourteenth at., one block of the electric cars,
covered with bearing trees; owner Is com
pelled to stll.
For sale—sl36 buys a nice building lot on
Twenty-ntn n at, half a block from electrio
cars, on monthly instalments.
For sale—s23--> to $375 buy* lota on Central
aye., which Is 80 feet wide cement wa ks and
curbs; streets graded and graveled; on easy
terms; take Central aye. cars to Adams st.
BEAUTIFUL ADAMS STREET.
$000 buys lot 50x100 to an alley, street 82
feet wide, graded, gr.veled; »-foot cement
walks; beautiful palm trees the entire length;
the new doub c electric car ltn i on Central
avenu* wiil be completed tn 60 days; s c this
street at once; take Central avenue cars to
Adams street.
TWENTY-EIGHTH ST., 100 FEET WIDE.
$475 to $500 buys lots 50x150 to alley on
th.r, fine 100 foot street, graded, graveled; 6
foot cement walks; beautiful palm trees the
entire lengta: the finest street In the city; see
this street at once; take Central avenue elec
tric cars to Twenty-eighth street
$750 buys a lot on Twenty-lirst st , close to
Union are,: lots held at $louOali around this.
MODERN HOUSES.
H\A XI\A— Lovely 7-room cottage, reception
ijr"it)wVl hall, front and back parlor, hot and
cold water, electric 1 ell, lighted by elertri. ity
and gas; all modern improvements, beautiful
yard, comer lot, 50x160, located ou one of the
best streets: 10 minutes from business cen
ter; see this before yen buy.
A beautiful 5-room cotlage, double bay win
dows, bath, closet, nice mantel and grate, lot
50 font front, street graded and cement side
walk; half block from electric cars; price only
$1400, on easy terms.
$2500—Beautiful 5-room cottage near the
corner of Pico and Pearl sts,; a flue bargain at
$2500.
$2000— Lovely 6-room colonial cottage, re
ception hall, hot and cold water baths, piped
for ga>, lovely mantel and grate, all conven
iences street graded and graveled, com en t
walk and curbs, one block of the electric cars.
$15,000—Large 8-room house and lot 60 f<el
fronton Hill St., close to Fourth St.; worlh
$20,0 0; tee the location; for an investmeut
this cannot be equaled.
IrtOß SALE—COUNTRY PROPERTY—
1 $3500 will buy a line home of 18 acres,
located 5 miles of the city; 6 acres in bearing
fruit; good 7-room house, barn and outbuild
ings; horses, wagon, 300 chickens, hay and
farming tools,
$3750 buys 4 acres, set solid to bearing trees;
nice cottage, 6 rooms, corner, southwest of the
city, close to the electric cars.
For sale—Homes for all: $80 to $200 per
acre for choice fruit and farming lands, one
mile outside the city, close to the electric
road, in tracts to suit iho purchaser, on easy
terms; free carriage from our otnee. See GRI
DER St DOW, 109t 2 S. Broadway. 27
FOR~ SALE — BEAUTIFUL LOT IN THE
Harper tract, covered with fruit trees. 50x
145 feet, only $1500,
Good lot on Oak st, near Washington St., 50
xl»d feet. $-00.
Cheap lot on VV. Sixteenth st, 45x121 to
alley, wav down, $450.
Finest lot in the city, on Portland st, be
twoen Adams & Tw, ny-eighth sts., 70x217
feet, but you must build a good house If you
want this lot; SuoOO
I can sell you tho flneßt place In the city,
northeast corner of Eleventh and Beacon sts.,
lot 115x160 to alley, 10 rooms, 4 mantels, good
barn.
The most sightly lot in Boylo Heights, $300.
That fine place northwest corner of Third
and Olive sts , lo rooms a few days at $9000.
100x137 to alley. at head of Orchard aye., on
Twenty-ninth st.. Harper tract, only $3000.
13 room house or. the hill , modern Im
provements, lot 150x170, fine plsce, $.*/500.
Corner in Harper trac , 101x141, a beauty;
$3500.
I only have a few lots left in the Fitzgerald
tract (second Harper iracti and expect to sel.
them this week so If you want a lot on beauti
ful VV. Beacon St., or Union aye., come at once.
E. A. MILLER, 227 VV. First St. »
I HOR SALE—JOHNSON & KEENEY CO.,
f 101 S. Broadway.
$2850—Eight rooms, Just finished, all con
veniences; street graded and sidewalked; very
easy terms.
Six-room colonial, very fine; something new,
on same street, to be finished in two weeks.
See these houses before buying; best value in
t.it city.
MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
JOHNSON It KEENEY CO.,
26tf Owners.
CfcITIMA—*IOJO CASH, BALANCE THREE
Tpl ti OU years, will buy one of the most
charming 5-room cottages in this city, built
only four months ago and located on line grav
eled street; lot 00x125; all fenced and nicely
Improved; north front; this pnee includ sail
furniture, carpets, rugs, shades and curtains,
now in the house, all of which are of the fin st
quality. Owing to departure of owner from
city, this elegant home is offered for sale t a
sacrifice andT is now on exhibition. G. W.
CONNELL, 112 Broadway. 11-21 If
FOR SALE—BARGAINS —
Lot on 30th s ~ near Hoover, $!150.
Lot on Hist at.. nearOrand aye.. $800.
Lot on Adams St., near Main. $1000.
Lot on Adsms St., near Hoover, $1300.
Lot on 12th St., near Vernon. $(;00.
Lot on 21st St., near Figueroa, $300. F. A.
HUTCHINSON, 213 West First St. 30
FOR SALE-BARGAINS AT LOVELY' BOYLE
He gilts-
House, 5 rooms, Second it., $1500.
House, 6 rooms, Gleason aye., $t5OO.
House, 5 rooms, First St., $2500.
House of 5 rooms on Baiiey st. $1700.
New house, 8 rooms. 2 story, on Gleason aye.
$2000. I. A. IIUICHINSON, 213 W. First St.
SALF.-8-ROOM HOUSE SHORT WALK
1 from the street cars, $800. SMITH It
O'BRIEN, 147 S. Broadway. 27
J'tOß SALE—SPEc7aL~BARGAINS-
House of 4 rooms on Eighteenth St., $750.
House of 5 rooms 609 B. l'ico st., $1700.
House of 6 rooms, W. Eleventh St., $11100.
House of 6 rooms, E. First st, $220.)
27 F. A. HUTCHINSON. 213 W. Firstst.
TTVOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Several fine res-
X iiience los, west, on the hills, near Union
avenue; will sell cheap or trade for equity in
cottegea southwest; these lots are unencur.i
bereu; see the owner about it. A.W. WRIGHT,
31.9 West second St. 2
CASH, BALANCE 3 YEARS,
•F—t'"' HIU *t property, near Eleventh;
lot 48x165, with 7-room co tage; east front;
this Is is an aw ful sacrifice, butlt (to s, Ji st tl c
s .me. G. VV. CONNELL, li 2 S. Broadway. 2»
A 1 AAA— fj ROOM COTTAGE," HARD I'TN
JIMVfUI' lab, bath, sewer, etc.; barn, cement
walks and wall; lot 60 feet front; Ucash, bal
ance to soil; ;i minutes' walk from eou>-t
house. HUNTER St DAVIDSON, 11 1 South
Broadway. 11-25 3t
A I »AA-LbT4oxi3sTx~OTlf ST.; TH I S IS
?MM'U a snap; if yon are looking for a cheap
lot you can get it by calling Monday morning
on HUNTER & DAVIDSON. 11l S. Broadway.
11-25 3t
SUBURBAN HOME
JP place; 9-rooiu house, bath; cement walks,
lawn, drive: house and oil complete; south
west. EDWARD ERASER, 216 S. Broadway. i 8
a"11Kl/l-6-I'OOM COTTAGE, WITH LOT
>?i_UUV 50x 50, on Giraid St., half block of
Pico; tine hone: only 83ou cash, ba auce ta
suit. G. W. CONNELL, 112 S. Broadway. 29
JOT 45x148 TO ALIEY, NORTH SIDE OF
j Second St., neßr HuatoU, Hoyle Heights;
sir et graded and graveled; $425. SMIiH It
O'BRIEN, 147 s. Broadway. 27
«jK*-A-LOT W. 12TH SI ".CLOSE IN; STREET
OOOU graded, cement walks and curb; U
cash, balance to suit. HUNTER A DAVIDSON,
111 S. Broadway. 5
n" OUSES ON INSTALi MENTS IN ALL
pans of theeity, or will build to suit you.
BARLOW It SHERWOOD, 123 S. Broadway.
11-11 tf
fft /»A A—s 3 doc ASH," FIN EL OT ON TWELF'i B
<©OUU st. westol Pearl; street work paid. G.
W. CONNELL, 112 8. Broadway. 29
1-sorTsale— gilt"edge" FRONTAGE ON
1 North Spring street Address OWNER,
Box 154, staiiou C, City. 8
FOR BALK-CITY PROPERTY.
By JOHN H. COKE.
207 SOUTH BROADWAY.
11 room house on one of the finest avenues
In theeity; all modern Improvementa: will
sell .iii any favorable terms: Is a bargain at
$5000. w ill taka half caah, balance $50 a
month.
Two finely located lots on Sixteenth it, cheap
for cash.
Buy Broadway property now; prices going up.
You won't regret It If yi i Invest In Sprlngst.
You will double your money within a year.
Corner loton E. First st, in business centei,
at a bargain.
Corner lot on W. Seventh at, cheap for the
location; call for price; Income $.00 a month.
100 feet on First st. at a sacrifice; see prop
erty and make offer; will sell cheap.
00 fee*, on Castelar It, near Temple, cheap.
1 have a large list of business and other
property, located on any st.eet you desire.
JOHN H. COX It,
11-25tf 207 S. Broadway.
$15 MONTHLY, 2 LOTS.
Kohler st, near Seventh; also lovely new
house. 5 rooms and hath, $isot); also 6 rooms
and bath $tr>so; also 10 acres best Irrigated
fruit land, $32.5u an acre. $10 cash 8 yearly
payments, ti per cent; also MO acres EasH Sau
Gabriel, $18,000. W. J. FISHER, it.27 \V. Sec
ond si. 28
AS A BARGAIN, HOME INVESTMENT—
Nothing so good as lots In tbe Kohler
tract, near Seventh St.; graveled, sprinkled
streets curbs, cement walks, shade trees; $14
a front foot: $15 a month; building up tre
mendously; soon all gone; delay not w. J.
FISHER, 227 W. Second st. 28
T7IOR BALB—
JT Stop. Stop. Look.
$1450
Don't miss this choncetoget a home close in.
0- room house, lot 51 feet front; cbsv to ms.
ERNST CO.,
11-20H 113 West Third st
SA LV—NEW 8 AKP 6- ROO M~COTTA G ES
on University electric line; baths, water
closets, mantels and all modern conveniences;
large lots, cement sidewalks; prices $1450 to
$1700; small caah pavmeut snd monthly in
stallments. THOMAS "S. EWING, owner, 116
S. Broa nvay. 14
ADREAM~OF LOVELINESS, OBJECT OF
beauty and comfort, is that cosy, elegant
new 6-room house on Kohler St., near Seventh,
and, behold, but $1850; terras the easiest; go
thou and see if your fancy sugges the luxury
oi any altogether lovable new house. 28
< ill Ml -*SM> "CASH, NO MORE~t"o PAY
nr IVOU for 3 years, a lovely 4-room cottage,
beautiful lot, beautiful lawn, beautiful flow
ers and beautiful location: ij block of Pico
car Hue, west. G. W. CONNELL, 112 Broad
way. 11-24 tf
FOR SALE-IISuSE ON THIRTY-FIRST ST.;
5 rooms, bath, gas; lawn; tile walks and
graded street; beautiful home; price, $2200;
$500 cash, balance payments to suit DEN
VER BUILDING CO., 237 W. first at 11-7 tf
FOR SALI-COUNTRY PROPERTY.
I^OR"SALE-^
old; tine crop ol fruit, p.ice, $500 per
ncre; one orchard 6 years old, $600 per acre;
have very line grove at Alhambra for sale; a
sightly place fora nome: price, $50u per aero.
A pretty home at Eagle Rock 84 acres; prico,
8800 ft Improved properties at Duarte, Co
vina, Glondnra, Pomona, Ontorio, and a few at
Highlands and Redlands. 'ihe Pomona Real
Lstatc Exchange can furnish you with any
kind oil .nd you want ELMO R. MESERVE,
109 .S. Broadway. 26
FOR~~SA LE-10 ACRES IN the blue~rib"
bon orango belt at Dnarte; between 6 and
7 acres set out to best varieti.s of oranges,
than two-thi ds full bearing. 9 shares in
the best water right in S uthern California;
small house; ono of th* best sites for a borne
in the San Gaiiriel valley; magnificent view;
just the right elevation; moderate price;
terms easy, Address OTHE.MAN STEVENS,
this office. 11 Olf
YV-ALNUT RANCH FOR SALE AT A BAR
TV gain. 75 acres; one-third of the property
will pay 15 per cent on the luvestment; it you
are looking for a ranch call and sea HUNTER
A DAVIDSON, 111, 8. Brpadway. 11 25 3;
AAA—cash; rare CHANCE TO BUY
*TtHIU s heme; 17acres near Palms, on
Amaz tract; 5-room house, well, outbuildings,
lull eucalyptus trees, family orchard and 20C0
grapo vines. Call on or address, the owner,
606 Alameda St. 12-13
TTVJR." S^VLE—SPECULATORS LOOK AT TH IS 1
X 250 acres choice orange or lemon laud, with
water, a: Riverside, Cal, will be sold for about
half value for a short time only. F. A.
HUTCHINSON, 213 W, First st. 27_
Q"TWV-FOR~BA^E-^S - ACRICS CHOICE
i^O,nn) A 1 land level, inside the city; this
is choice; you can pay part cash; balance can
run at reasonab c interest. HUNTER 4 DA
VIDSON, 111 8. Broadway. 11-25 3t
|7<OR SALE-OR~TO EXCHANGE. $500,000
l 1 worth of ran-hes, choice orange, peach,
lemon, prune, alfalfa nnd grain, from $5< O to
$iO0OO; call and see the bargains. EDWARD
ERASER, 216 S Broadway. 23
ifiOXAfk-* ACRES. AIL"SET TO FRUIT; s
rrom, hnid-tinishcd cot agt; tine
windmill and tank and every thing list closs;
near lio.lywood. G. W. CONNELL, H2 o
Broadwa . 29
TTnOR SALE—THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 3
JT acres in he city; plenty of water, and well
suited for chicken ranch or dairy purposes; a
bargain. T. J. CUDDY. 206 N Spring tt
11-13tf_
I;>olfsTl7ipBSSj 87 ACRESOF THE FINEST
1 kind of alfalfa land, with water right near
the city and a great bargain: only $65 per
acre. T. J. CUDDY, 206 N. spring si. 11-13tf
SALE—I4O ACr.ES GOOD LAND WEST
7 side Ontario, at a bargain; reasonable tim ;
good chance to make money by subdividing.
EDWARD ERASER, 216 S. Broadway 1 l-'-7n
i^IHEAR HOMES -S TuPEViIOR FRU W LAND,
\J watered by Lake Ilemet Water Co. system,
the largest in S. Col. ior full particulars call
on HEME T LAND CO., Baker block. 1-19 95
1-HIR S.VLE OR EXCIIANCE—S veral small
1 fruit ranch c near the city. A. W.WRIGHT,
owner. 309 W. Second st. 2
I,
for Bale —live stock.
i^o^saTe^ust^
JT 20 head of gentle horses, single or double,
Horn $ln un; some good family horses; you
can get just what you want by coming down;
1 guarantee everything I sell. V. V. COCH
RAN, Citize: s' stockyards, corner Second and
San l'edro sts. S 11-Ho lm
poll SALE " FINE BLACK~"bURREY;
V horse, good style, gentle, lafe for a lady to
drive, sound in every respect, weighs about
1200, you used not f el ashamed to ride be
hind nim. C. F. HUNTER, owner. 111, 8.
Broadway. 25tf
TEAM OF GENTLE Y~OUNG
X horses 4 years old; IH.I and 16.2; we!'
bred; broken to drive single or double and O
ride, nnd broken to side saddle. Address N,
Lox 20, this office. 28
"tJJ-IOR SALE-BAY HORSE AND MARE, 4
1; and 5 yea s old, and '.'-seated 4-sprlng
wagon with top and new double harness for
sale. 172» St. John st., near Kurts-st bridge.29
1 -lOR SALE—CHEAP, "JOO HEAD OF EXTRA
1 tine F'rench-Amer c n Merino rams, fat and
ready for service. UNION STOCK YARDS CO.,
437 K. Walnut st, East Loi Angeles. 27
1-lOR SALE AND EXCHANGE-FINE SING r E
X* and double drivers, buggies and harm s ,
B. F. BACON, rear 50 South Broadway.
I'L 11 HIKE 118.
X heating that will give you entire satisfac
tion go to VANDF.UPUT & CRII'PEN, 229 W.
F'ourtli st. 19
C'~ 117 WOTTON—SANITARY PLUMB~IXG~A
. specialty. Estimates riven, viUU East
Fourth st.i two doors east of Los Angeles st
FRANK .\7 WEINSIIANK,~ PLUMBER ~AND
g<s titter. 240 E. Second st. Tel. 1. J 6.
H.IRHEKM' SUPPLIES.
TTTH^TEiT^rrFTAiV^
XJ tail mfgr. of guaranteed razors and grind
er of all kinds of cutlery. 110 W. Thlld sU 1
NOTARIRa.
EG At.
• papers carefully d awn. 8. Broad
way. 80
for ■xcs4rok.
< by john h. coxe,
307 S. BROADWAY.
10-room house, new, for ranch, 84800.
A fine residence, Boyle Heights, for city
ptoperty; will assume; price $300,00.
Residence, Angeleno Heights, for vacant lots
or ranch.
10-room hove, Sixteenth St., for vacant
property; price, $5000.
l ot nn.l residence, Santee st, for house and
lot on Ingraham st.
60-ocre fruit orchard, 8 miles from Fresno;
abundant supply of water, nico 6 room cottage
and outbuilding*, agricultural implements,
trays, a d sweat boxes for handling crop; tho
place will bear the strictest investigation; in
com-i last year, $4500; sickness the only rea
son for desiring to dispose of it; w ill exchan«e
for business, residence or ranch property in
Los Angeles county; price $15,0i0. 'Ihis Is
flue property.
160 acres San Jacinto for house and lot in
city.
8 lots Burlington aye. for ranch.
45 acres Azusa for city property.
JOHN H. COKE,
25-tf 207 South Broadway.
1/OR EXCHANGE $2500- -8-ROOM 2-STORY
1 residenco in Brooklyn Heights; cnoiee lo
cation; for ho ses and mules.
8- room K-itory residence, two large corner
lots and stab c; no incumbrance; Victor
Heights; want a good ranoh worth $3T>OO.
2o acres about two miles south of Azusa; 5
acres full bearing budded oranges, 13 years
old; acres apricots, bearing; 1 acre apricots,
bearing 2 years old; 12 large Walnut trees. 12
years old: 3' lemon trees, full bearing. 12
years old; smsll house and burn, tlrst-elass
water right; value, $4500; wan' city property.
$250O —:» acres cho.ee Eureka lemons at
North Ontario, 2 years old; about 1 inch cf
water: frostless belt; want a cottage; will as
sume or pay a small difference.
$2500—Clear—10-room n-*tory modern resi
dence, Union Springs, Cayuga county, New
York; lot 100x2uu: h'ghly Improved; smiles
west of Auburn; 3 railroads; want Los Angelet
Or Srtti I)l,»<rrt n.nrtgrfy.
$2f100—5"-ro'om'cottage: large barn: 2 choice
lot*: Freeman street, near Hoover. Want
small ranch.
$."iO :o— io acres soft shell walnuts, 5 to 6
years old: 6-room Cala. house and b»rn; good
water right; 3 acres deciduous fruits and sl
falfa; A 1 soil and location; Rivera, Cal. Want
residence or lodging house in oity.
$2 OO—Clear—4 > acres at Acton ; A 1 soil for
all kinds deciduous fruits. Will exchange for
eastern property; lowa preferred.
CHAPEL & DAVIS.
27 231 W. First st
tO t~EX~CHANGE—IS ACRES CH OICE LAND
close io tho city, southwest, for house and
lot; $4500.
9- roora suburban home of 2ij acres: choice
place; $1000.
3 good lots, with 2 houses and barns, for
land south or southwest: $8000.
2* -acre, choice fruit much, good Income,
clear, for houses I > city; $12,000.
28 EDWARD FRASER, 21n s. Broadway.
1-tOR EXCHANGE- 20 ACRES OF THE'Tin"
X est improved land In Sau Bernardino coun
ty l) a 'miles from ihe city limits, on Santa Fe
railroad. There are 400 bearing fruit trees 500
prunes, 609 plum, IJ-jj acres in blackberries, 3
acres in raisin grapes, plenty of water. This
property Is clear; owner will exchange for lm
pioved Los Angeles property: will assume or
Say cash difference. CARTER & BEECIIER,
28 S. Broadway. 27
I?OR EXCHANGE—THE! FINEST IMPROVED
r and best located 160 -acre homestead in
California, good house, large bam, two wells;
11 acres in iruit 2to 3 years old; 8 in French
prunes, balance in variety of fruits; sufficient
pasturage for 100 head of stock, for Los Ange
les property, improved; owner will assume oi
pay cash difference CARTER & BEECH ER
328 S. Broadway. 27
tj>"or~:xcTiTnge--we have properties
JT in Riverside, Redlands, Lug. nia, Sauta
Anita, Pasadena, Santa Monica, Covina, Lords
burg, Glcndora, San Diego. Santa Paula,
l'eorla, 111. stale of Washington lowa, Kan
sas, Missouri and Colorado, in exchange tor
good property in Los Angeles or surrounding
towns or goodaeernge. ERASER & JENKINS,
132 8. Broadway. 11-25 tf
J IOR EXCHANGE—HOUSES AT
Boyle Heights, clear for house, southwest,
and as time. Also 7 room houso with 2 lots,
southwest and cash for a good house and lot
close in. See F. A. HUTCHINSON. 213 W.
First St. 37
I -lOR E XCIIA NGE—Tw o fine lots on Eighth
■ St., between State and Washington sts., Dcs
Moines, lowa, unen umbered, to trade for
house and lot in ios Angeles. A. W. WRIGHT,
Owner, 3u9 W. Second st. 3
-[/OR EXCHANGE—SOO HEAD OF CATTLE,
F 43 horses and 160 acres of land, buildings,
plenty of water, large range, for improved or
unimproved property. CARTER & BEECHER,
828 s Broaoway. 27
I/OR EXCHANG E— A 50X150 FOOT LOT,
P with 5-room hard-tinished cottage, with
barn, lawn, trees, etc., In city for small ranch.
Address T., box 20, this office. lz-15 d&w
~EXCHANGE"—"PfibPERTTEB OF ANY
L kind. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. Firstst.
10 22 tf
8 • I.E-MI-CMI.I.* N BIOHS.
TO THE THIRD ST FURNI
' tore exchange, between Spring and Main,
for a tine line oi Japanese rugs, linen-warp and
Chinese mattings; office desks, cylinder and
flat top; niso a general line of household fur
ture, including mattresses, pillows, lace cur
tuius, portieres, window shades.etc., all at tho
lowest prices; household goods carefully
packed and shipped; highest prices paid for
second-hand household turniture. 9-10 li
1.-OR SALE.'tRADE OR RENT—ALL KINDS
I of bicycles and vehicles, horses and fat
cow, first class parlor and crank organs, small
Incubator, spring mortars corn sheller.
Wanted-A good milk cow. E. MOAT, 401 8.
Broadway.
1.-sbR~SAI.E OR EXCHANCE FOR LIVE
1 stock—Buggies—jump seat and three seater
also a splendid 0-year-old. black surrey horse.
Call or address McGARRY, 624 E. Bth »t._
r7«OR SALE OR EXCHANGE—CITRUS AND
' deciduous nursery stock; s ze and variety
"■'Rrantn A, for lots or acreage. W, E. JUD
SO'I, 3:5 W. Second street. 28_
IeOR SALE-CHEAP. COMPLETEOIL BOR
)r Ing outfit; engine boiler, ropes, pulleys,
etc. WM. F, BOSBYSHELL, 116 8. Broadway.
29
I3bit SA LE—CHE A P-"a~c"i3l PINeTw" AG ON.
7 Enquire at the STAR LIVERY STABLE, on
the corner of Fourth and Wall sis., this city.24
T7*OR SALE— KRAKICH A BACH UPRIGHT
X piano at a sacrifice, for cash. GARDNER <fc
ZELLNER, 213 South Broadway, 1
IPOR SALE — 150,000 OLD POSTAGE
1 stamps, cheap. T., box 26. this office.
"IT*OR SALE-OLD PAPERS N QUANTITIES
J to suit, at this office.
IJENTItSTS.
\Tt7ITH~^IL~I3L,U{^
VV patent forceps and remedies used by
him, he relieves entirely that agony and fear
of pain in all tooth extraction; gentle treat
m nt assured und all operations performed
without pain. 230 8. Spring st. 12-15
1882—Established—■ 882
DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER WRING AND
First st..Wilson block; take elevator. Gold
crown anil bridgework a specialty; teeth ex
tracted without pain. Room 1. mlif
ti" DAMS BROS.' DENTAL FARLORsT 2391,
1\ 8. Spring St.; painless extracting and till
ing; plutes, $6, $8. $10; all work guaranteed;
estttb.ished lo years. 77U
W~H. MASSER, ltTl)~b7b7srrHAS RE
. moved to 245 8. Spring St.; special at
tention given to loosening teeth and to dis
eases of the gums; moderate prices, 2-13
JUDWIG SE MLE It, "D. D. a ~ DENTAL OF
j flco, room 1, 114 S. Spring st.; office hours,
9 to 12 and 1:30 to 5. 13
ALBA N V DENTAL PARLORS—GERM AN
American Bank building. A set of teeth
$6. Best i;.a white tceto, $10 per ser. ly
DR." WILDER,
Corner Seventh and Main sts.
Telephone 1031. 4 _llt(
DR. KENNEDY" DENTIST, 10814 N. SPRING
St., rooms 2, 0 and 7. Painless extraction.
6 SjUtf
I,VRNEST ALLln7i>- D~ S." LTD. s!, 175 North
Ij Spring bt., over Boslou store. 11-22 tf
J.-sRANK "'STEVEXS,~324J4 & SPRIXOISi 7 .
4 Open Sundays andevenings; electric light.
IjTllt CUNNINGHAM. DENTIST, CALIFOR
-4 . nia Bank bulldiu<.
DR. W. P. TUCKER, DENTIST," HAMMOND
block, a spring »t 11 2 tf
HElti»llit'll« **."'?<*".«
TSATjL~TbYNE— MANUFACTURER PIPES
J and canes, German sport pipes, German
cigar and cigarette holders in meerschaum
ai d wetzel wo. d. Meerschaum goods ro
palr d. 20' i South Broadway. 2 10-9")
nt«jß > t*K.
rpHE lTa. STORAtiE WAREHOUSE. BTOR
JL age ol all kinds oi goodd. 351 N. Main st.
FINANCIAL. I
ACIFC WA , N / ~1
(INCORPORATED), ■
Loans money In any amounflß
kind! of collateral securities
moods. Jewel y, scab.kins.'m
chandise, etc. Alao on l-St
Iron and steel sales, wlihoif*™,
moval, Partial payments
celved. Money quick,
confidential. Private office
ladies, _
W. E. DKtlltOOT,
8-29 ly ROOMS 3, 3and 4, 114 a aprlugsgm
MONEY - TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,**
watches. Jewelry, sealskins, etc.; also on■
pianos, merchandise, i:on and steel safes, fur-
nlture in lodging houses, boarding houses and
hotels without removal; also on city and coun
try property; low interest ; can havo money at
once; business confidential; prlvalo office for
ladies. UEO. S. ROBINSON, 233 W. First St.,
rooms 3 aud 3. 12-22
UNION LOAN COMPANY LOANS MONEY
on all kinds ot collateral secur ty,
watches, diamonds, Jowelrv, sealskins, and
lurfliture In lodging and boarding houses, a.../
on pianos without removal; private office for
ladies, room 112; business conrldentlal.
CLARK it SHAW, managers, rooms 111 and
112 Stimson block. 11-lm
$50,00*3™^
At lowest rates
On tirst-clasi security.
City or country property.
OLIVER A CREABINOER,
10-18 tf 1!37 w. First St.
\| OXKY TO LOAN~ON lIIA MO N PS, .1K W
ivl olry, watches, pianos, 'ealsktns, live stock,
carriages, bicycles, and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS.,
2-lBly_ 402 8. Spring st.
rpo LOAN — $60,000 On"r"eaL _ ESTATK
JL security, and low rates of interest, city or
country. Come and see us. FRASER & JEN
KINS, 132 s. Broadway. 11-25 If
rpO LOAN — UNi IMITFd AMOUNT FOR
X small louts; no commissions; light ex
pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
228 8. Spring st. 2-U-95
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORIOAUK, IN
sums of $I.o*o to $ .(10,000; no charge for
oxamluatlon ot property or title. 345 8. Main
st. MAIN STUIIVr SAVINGS BANK. 11-13tf
r|Vo - I,OAN-$50,000 OjN CITY PrTjPERTY
REEVES.Ii CO., 213 S. Spring. 24
rpo LOAN —MONEY 1 sTsUMS TO BUIT~AT
X reasonable rates. WM. F. BOSBYSHELL,
116 8. Broadway. tf
I*o LOAN—MONEY ON PERSONAL SECuT
ritv. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 220 >W«al
First. 38 tt
MONEY TO LOAN-LOWEST RATES. BARa
LOW & SHERWOOD, 123 South Broad
way. It-25 tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN BUMS TO SUIT—SEH
F. A. HUTCHINSON, 213 W. First street.
12-17 ■
Money" to - loan - in sums to suit,
S.MIIH & O'BRIEN, '47 8, Broadway.
11-27 tf
npb~ 000 insums to suit of
X $500 and up. E. C. COOK, 353 S. Main. 33
T»o LOAN—SIOO TO $100,000; ""'su' TO~s"
X net. 220 Vf. Flrßt st. 8 5 tf
M _ ONEY~To" LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT.
220 W. First sL
TO LOAN—MONEY ON PERSONAL NOTES,
220 West First. 2* tf
KDUO-ATION AL.
1"h N55
(incoruora ed), located at 111 S. Main st.,
is the largest antl best equipped institution tn
southein Califoruia. it provides a thorough,
business ednentio ,In tha most practical way.
The shorthand department lends all competi
tors, and is a great success, its department of
penmanship is conducted by E. K. Isaacs, a
teacher ot uutional reputation. Day session
open all tho year. Night sessions Mo day,
Wednesday und Friday nights of each week.
Send forca alogue. E. K. SCIiIiADER. pres.;
F. W. KELSEY, vice-pres.; L. X. IN SEE El', sec
IVOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 276 S.
tt spring st.; the oldest, largest and finest
equipped commercial school in soutbern Call
lornia; a thorough course lv the commercial
branches ami banging; a superior and success
ful shoithand anil typewriting dep-r meat,
and a practical English course; now college
rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec
tric elevator for pupils' use; new furnitureaud
appliances; open all the year; pupils received
ut any time; illustrated catalogue and full in- '
formation free. G. A. HOUGH, preeident: N.
C. FELKhR, vice-president. 4 4 1y
THROOP pbLYTECHNIO"iNBTITUTE7>AS
aneua, Cul r.mla, the only institution In
Southern California providing thorough in
dustrial and art training for both soxes in con
nection with scicntilie, literary or classical
education, sloyd school for younger pupils.
Manual training school and college , f technol
ogy. Courses larg ly elective. Good homes
for students. For catalogue und lull informa
tion address PRESIDENT CHARLES 11.
Kp:\'ES, Pasadena, California
IJIRIVA'IE SCHOOL FORTboYS AND YOUNO
men. Bryson block, 3d and Spring. The cir
cular gives particulars. A. B. BROUN, princio
pa 1.
r""6s angelTss - sciTo6l"Tin
j eorporatedt for klndergar ners. Address
MRS. N. D. MAYIIEW, o7(> W. Twenty-third st,
7-8 tf
a te" sc ii o ol-
VJT 416 W. Tenth st.
MISS PARSONS and Miss L'ENNEX. U-18-tf
1""i>A RKER~~~S CHOOL OF ELOCUTION AND
. dramatic expression. 455 S. Broadway.
iO-l9tf
STBURY SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRIT
ing school, Potooioc b>k, 217 tf. If nay. 1-Btt
A STBURY BANJO " STUDIO7~POTOMAO
block. 117 S Broadway. 7 Btf
PHYSICIANS.
nPSpDTT'cr'w^
lilcfcy lor from Berlin, Germany, cures all
female antl chronic d seases, both medical and
surgical; catarrh, rheumatism; modicine, $t a
bottle; cancers, tumors, piles removed without
knife; come and see the cancer. 2518. Main
at. Oflice hours: 11, 12; 2, 5, 6, 8. 10-3 lm
NOTICE— K. D.'WISU, M. D.,~6mCE733«8L
Spring St.; office hours from Bto 10 a.m.
and Ito 5 p.m.; tli-c ses of women aspecialty;
graduate of Jeflerson medical col.ege, Phila
delphia. 11-14tf
\ | Its. liR.~J _ I!~SMiTH,SPECIALTY,TmID
JVI wlfery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 72,'Bollevtte aye. Calls promptly at
attended to. Te ephone 1119. 6-5 tf
HYOI A "TRT. ATMEN T FOR ALL DISK ABEsT
most successful method; no drugs; has
cured hundred:,; consultation free. J. T.
TUTI'LE, 04 t S. Broadway. - 2-25
Ja. lfTdoux, al~d. ofFice, 137 n.
„ Main st., rooms 4jind 5. 12-16
MASSAGE AND X I.EOT HI OITY.
OF L'ECOLB
dv Bon sauveur, France, and of the West
Side Medical College, Chicago, removed to
41BW8, Sp ing St., rooms 7 and 8; massage,
magnetic healing, electrio aud vapor hatha;
open Sundays. 1 m^
YAPO R A ND~H IP^bXtSsTmABSAGE AND
electric treatment; ladies only. MISS C.
STAFFER. 211 First St., rooms 3, 4, 5 8, opp.
Napeau. 10-20 tf
F" RENCH LADY, MAGNETIC HEALER AND
scientific massage. .414 a Hill St., room 8.
1(2-13 .
ADAM DE "LEON - BATHS, MASSAGE;
electro-magnetic treatment. 4tBja S^Pr^n|
usißOroniSTs.
. pedicuring for ladies and gentlemen; 20*3
Ltimson block corner Third and Spring; Sun
day hours, lv to 4. 10-17 Ora
MRS. 1.. J. KENNEDY, MANICURE AND
chiropodist; moles and hair removed bf
electric needle. Crocker blk, 2128. Broadway.
IS
TsTlir"sTAi^ETr"cH^^^
massogo; 211 W. First st, opp. Nadeau.
12-24 tf
R. B. ZACIIAU7SU RG EON CHIROPODIST."
124 S. Main St.. rooms 4 and fl. 10
BIITKLS,
H^^T^ITvVORTII—
first-class board nnd lodging summer
rates; suites for families. F. .1. SPAULDING..
HOOKS.
ANTl : i«n7is^MrToLu^
and rare books, stationery and school
supplies FQWLEjt A coI.WELL, 115 W. 28.
OONsDi, UNO ENGINEERS.
neer and draughtsman. 114 N. Spring.
10-10 lm
O'SI'ITN troon vvol.K.
HENRY HEEIwiT—GARDEN WOODWORK
_ a special ItilH s. Main st.
Al a iih a; i a
NORMA
1830&Mainst. Tel. west 171. lwi

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