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»♦<>♦<»♦«• ♦♦»»♦♦♦» THE HERALD WANT COLUMNS free: i To Those Looking for Work. Look under "Nituat inns Wanted, Male mill Kemale." »*>♦♦♦♦♦«> IfHltt MOTIOKS. KWls'.v. Al.l'l '.tSDN. 3111 H. Mnin St.— Will Mil you solid oak brace arm rockers for $1.75; email huisc rockers for ail. 115; good bed lounge*, fur JJC>; oak pillar extension tables. $t> toS?; parlor organ for mail; good guitar, $«: gasoline stove*, guaranteed |>crfect, lor $5. Vales! pattern bicycle, Morgan A Wright tires, only used a few time-, tor ssG5. (lei what you want at Lcx>!sA Aldersnn's. N'OTK'K— Wli CAN HUH.D COTTAGES Foil S'.Ou a room; stxe of room, 12xi2 ft.: height of ceilings, loft.: two porches and one chimney Inrludcd: house io be painted and plastered twucoats; will furnish till necessary plans ami specifications; estimates given on all classes oi building. Address I', Box do, this office, anil we will .all ou you. VroTH E-TIIE I.os AN'.ELEs < TI V WATER Xs rooip.ny will strictly enforce the follow lug rules: ihe hours fi.r sprinkling are !«•• tween ti ami s o'clock a. in. am! il and H o'eltvek p. iv. i'oi a violation of the above regulation (lie trater will he shut off and a line of Sit will he charged before the water will be turned on again. 8-17 li t I'•HE1 '•HE HAKE DEPOSIT ROXES OF THE STATE Loan and Trust company are enclosed in a fire-proof ami burglar-t roof vault, with lime incka and brilliantly lighted with electricity: alcoves attached for the private examination «»lvaluables, Willi writing materials: a young lady iv attendance. 8-1 tf MESMIN'S FEMALE - PILLS AS A SPECIFIC montlilv raedlelno lor inimeiliate relief or painful ami irregular menses from what ever cause. For sale by GEO. 11. I Hi: KM AN CO.. ltW N. sprine si. Price, $2 per box. Ol I. I. 00l >VV 1 nTvI A XOM AXUF A CI URERj • pianos, ehureb ami pal lor ot gait* repaired and tuned. Factory, 50, Ceres aye. 11-lttf MACHINERY, DIES AND TOOLS MAPI: and repaired. .1. yon SEIIK KY, 21l> S. Los Angeles st. Tel. 933. 11-UU (2PANI3If~DINNF.RS TO ORDER, $1 TO (2.50; O regular dinner, 50c. Wilmington st. OWANFELDfi (THE I. A. TEXT A AWXINI, 0 C 0.,) has removed lo 250 81 Main. 11-2S A R PETS VI.EANKI >~A X l>~ I. All>, 5 CENTS per yard. 115 Owl st. 4 F~ BLO PE n7~n OI'SE MOV ER, OITK" E. ,12< .-tiiir pla.-e. 1-15 If m BOluate. KeOF! I.KI-., i-I llllVOYtNl \N|. IN I> X 1 pendent slate writer, Islocated pertnanent 1\- at 242.. South Broadway; s.(tings dai.y: tells you all business matters, developsmedi umiStic persons; lust snd stuii it articles fouud; reunites iheaeparated, re-tores lust affections; removes evil spirits' spells, sinful habits; brings happiness; a medium by the gill of God; sittings, gtt: Indies, $1. Parlors w and is. -42., >. limailuav. Test circle Tuesday nights. SHI RS7 PA RK EST 111 E-READI.NO CLAI It . voyenf; consultations on business, min eral locations, law- suits; removes disease, love, marriage, etc. 'lake University electric car to Forrester avenue and Hoover street, go wosl on Forrester avenue three blocks to Vina street, second house on Vine street, weat of Vermont avenue. 3*llo tf |>Ei:sO.NAl.--l:I.V. AGNES 11. PLEASANCE, 1 the celebrated dead-trance ineUium. gives private nlUliikh tiailj ; satisfaction guaranteed. Permanently located m 044 .-. Broadway. rpi:sl r "c'lHri.K TON I<■ 11 IBY STA 11 I.l' 111 T, 1 the celebrated little trance medium; sit tings daily. 422 W . Seventh ft. V« R.-C A. GEORGE, lIEAUNU, DEVELOPING j ivl medium; sittings daily; God-given power: ' aatisfactiou insured. It in 7, 85.V'j S. Spring. 30 ' •| JVSIX K«s'«■ Vi! I is" ijt |"I>E it loot): OTHER 1 .1 > printing in proportion. Pacific Printing ! plant 2,7 New Urge at. lei. Moo. 12-1* ICSES PERCY, MEDIUM, 111 X. BROAD way. gives readings by piychoipctry, $1; also reads car.*.-- rlalr-voyautly f..r .-He. II AM Its. HOI'KINS-MITCHELL, BUSINEi* *vl and test medium, has resumed bus noes at 7uu E. Fifth si.: call and see ber. 4-33-93 OTARLKIHT, 1111. CELEBRATED LITTLE i" trnuce medium; stltinga dally. 422 We-: Sej-ettlh -i *l rOKNKVs- AT-I.A W. "fWIFw. MlicllKl.L- I'ltAClll RS IN ALI (1 California court*. Entrance, room 9. i lerman American Bank bldg. cur. First and Mam sts. CHENEY £ CKONIN—N \V. COR. I "RANK ' lin aud New High -i> , Loa Angeles. Rooms 111,13, 14, Abstract ana Title Insurance block. 1' >ECK~&~ FOLEY." ATTORNEYS "at'LAW, . 8 and 9 Moore bl'k, ilo court et. 5 '-'1 95 T*V. 11 AN N ON, A TTOI tNEY-AT-LAW, FAR M « ers ■£ Merchants buk bid, rooms 4 5 10 V E. BACON," ATTORSKY-AT-I.AivritOoM Aid* 1. 3l<>' N. Main st. IU W'H.I.IAM T. i KAIL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. It Rooms 1-1 and 15, Temple block. Tel.llls'! .\~ w. holcii.m b—a dvice i k ee~on"ali. II . legal matters. '-11 West Eirsl street. \f~ ii. siiinn7~l7\\vy'ki:." Sooms 306 — fb TI • 80S, Wilson block, cor. First and spring. / tARTER A PIERCE] I AtVYEKS. OFFICES V. 35 lo 3S Bryson block, i.os Angeles. S-10-tl L r ~K HOUSE, ATTORNE Y-AT-I.AW. 115 W, • Eirst st. Collections promptly nt tended to. Ct 11. MARTIN," LAWYER"" ANiTnoTAR V, la 9 N. Boring sl , Los Angeles, Cal. 19 W' F~HKNNI SCi7'.\ IT OR Nit V AT LA W « Kuoms t;U ntul 97, Pry-on 'up,.';. aenvi a Liavtt. Mrs! WEAVER JACKSON, MANICURING lor ladies and gentlemen; specialist in Complexion department; ciectrolytlu removal of superfluous hair. 2U9-7-S Stimson block; Ki. 11159. 8-1505 I VANDRCFF 1' EKM AN ENTRY CCR E i >7~E x"- I J aminatton free: also chiropody, manlour lag, shampooing, etc. Y.vCY BTEEK, S. Broadway. • 12-1:1 OR. R. fi. COUiINfIOPTHALMIfIOPTioiAN! with the L. A. Optica, Institute, eyes ex amintd iree. 125 s. spring st. 5-30 tf r7l~I I. RYA Xr~E YE~"E A It, NOSE AX L) throat, etc., removed lo 202, Stimson 1.1 k. MH YCI.Es). KEATING BICYCLE—WHEN 1N DOUBT ride a Keating. Style correct, quality eorreel, price correct. IIaWI.LV, KING A CO., 219 and gl'2 N. Main St. I t'lrrh.llT A r KITKIIIN*, AGKNTS FoR V.i 'i hl.tie bicycle. Eirapolass repairing, en ameling aud nickel plating. 438 s. Spring at. \\- K. I'IUVAS, JIGR . Tlli iS.II.nrVARXEY II • coast act. for Rambler bicycles. Tele phone 13jl. 437 s. Splng at. MARCH BICYCLE -TtTRONGEBT WHEEL inavle: light and durable: latest styles; Improvements. H. o. HAINES, 339 N, L, a. St. Jjicyci.es and vehicles FOR sale, > -,nolo or i. E. M ,JAT. 401 S, Broadway, CBIKOPUDISTS. SA. I.anon-SI K'.ituN CHIROPODIST; • pedicuring for ladiea and gentlemen; 806 itimsoi, block cot tier'l bird and Spring: Sun day hours, toio 4. 10-17 9m VI Rs. I- J KENNEDY, MANICURE AND all chiropodist; moles and hair removed by electric needle. Crocker blk, 8129, Broadway. MISS C~STAI'T'iTk, cuiropodist"~axd massage. 211 W. Eirsl st , opp. Nadeau. 12-24 tf "J 111 11. /.At HAC, St'RGEON CHIROPODIST! X / 134 S. '-! I :\: '.. :.'OUo 4 m:U El, ll' o i: B sw vi a k 1 no. M""rs. tdams an ii "ii'e'ax. "kasino n a ble tlres-maki'ts; tailor-made suits a specialty, mourning suits made on shot notice, reason able rale-, goods furnished when desired. Looms 21 utol 22. 1191 a S. Spring. 12 2 3ln JAM ES rH AT LIKE TO W EAR FIR ST'-C I, Ass j Hiring dresses cail at 124 S. Main st. l're-5,.. made (roiu $1 up. MR-. STOLTEN REIC-U OI.TKR. MME, HUMPHRY I f.is ~~ RET IT It XE D TO Los Angeles and opened her dressmaking Ia i iors tt *115' . So:.' li -1,11 n st 11-11 In, M4KI KLH. 1171 »OD, 1 RON AND SLATE M AXTKLS [FINE IT cabfnei ware to order, hard wood lum ber. M. BOHRMAN, 514, S. spring el; Tel sue. lm BTjemaisa pcmoKSLa, <>: I our gigantic, coffee toaster, .lava and Morha. •LYe lb: 24 lbs brown sugar, Si; 5 lbs good lupan tci, SI; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c: tt lbs •npioea, 25e; 10 lbs raisins. 25c; t> apricots. J4«: 0 lbs ilgs, 2,">e; 5 lbs prunes, 25e: « lbs buckwheat, 2.' c: H lbs beans, 25c; can deviled Herri, 5«; brook trout, ISej 3 cans oysters, 10c; .">0 bars soap, SI; .">.) lb sack Hour SOej bacon P.e; perk, U'.e: orange marmalade ill bulk Ic. ECONOMIi MORES, 305 B, spring street DhRSONAIT— RALPH BROS.—GOLD BAR I Hour. OOe; city flour, 75e: granulated sugar, in lbs si: brown sugar. 21 lei SI; 7 lbs rolled w lieat or oats, 2.V; sardines, 5 boxes 2oc; tomatoes, -i cans Ifloi 7 bars Carman family soap, 25c; eastern oil, 70c: gasoline, 70c; 4 P Mages stamh, SWc: law!. 10-lb can. 80e;."> lbs, 40e. 001 fa, Spring Street, corner sixth. / -11 iSE'S MAKKKI' VlB S. SPRING-j I.BS V boiling beef. 25c;*2 lbs round steak, lee: rib steak, Ue; sirloin, tenderloin or porterhouse steak, 12' y e; stewing mutton, 9*l leg of m-tt toll. He; rib < r shoulder chops. I lbs 15c. KvefytnlHg cisc in proportion. CHASE'S MARKET, oIK s spring. AWOXDERKUL MEHKTNE FOB FEMALE irregularities f.otu whatever cause: ll I never laiN io give relief or money refunded: i 5a years'experience. Address Olt. A. J. UIBB> XEK.office 107.', X. Main H.. room 13. 11-;illf j r>ERSOXAL— PALMISTRY; OHB HAND I read free: every hidden mystery revealed, life read front ortelle to grave without a mis take; 2toSt. in 111 \U . I bird st. 11-11 lm OERSOXAIT— ELECTRO THERAPEUTIC I baths; eleeirie treatment icicnlifieslly given: magneiii- and massage eleetrlcity, 25c. MRU. X. KUBBIKB, 411 S. Main st. Cmti HKAI.I'H. FORTEXE, MARRIAGE! COS suit M1.1.E. RITA, only scicntißo Palm ist, 052 South Broadway, corner Seventh. 2li MM I, LKCROQi FRENCH DAEBBMAKKR, cor. seeonii anil Miiiu. tiext tn < ai lieTral. rOH ItKNT —MOtTSHS. I™<T I .iTrtTkEXS! XoTl i.N ;TI I El 1 R EIT TEST Pus in I.os Angeles, Nitttated eaTeaapia -t., opposite (liive st.; are ready for oi-eupaney tn responsible parties without children: the rooms are large snd light, with alt modern conveniences; eleetre bells and tubes. Apply in the owner, .1. E. HENDEItsOX, 14J S. Spring st. 8 ITtOR KENT Sis, FURNISHED ROUSE OF 7 J rimnis, stable, until April: everything tirs:- Mass; best location Bootowest. POIKDEXTER .(. ITADgWOKTH, 305 W. Second st. 0 I"OR nfTxT"935, 7-ROOM lIOVSF, ri.os K V in, with kitchen ranije, wittdou shsdes and gas fixtures, very desirable, Inquire 305 W. Eecond -t. 4 IJIO It KENl~iV r YOU^\~Vl r TlTlfEx ■f\bv l! house nulck, list at once with sI'KARS A MPS I PilT, 1 17 S BioaUwa\. lU_ rOH I.'sCNT--atOUMI. pVTH.'ELY I'UR N'ISHED ROOMS WITh"~OR without board, at the renovated and new ly managen Clifton bouse. Newly taraiaheig tiirougboui, pleaaani au&ay rooms at reason able rates. 231 No, hioadwav. IP ISOR RENT—CIiIT R XOARED, SUNNY, CAIt * peted rooms, with hpusekaapiag privileges; Largelawn; reasonable; uochildren. K|B g Spring st. 12-4tf I toll RF.XT -■ PLEASANT Fl TTxTf 11 EII ■ rooms <;ood board. Private family. Best part of elty: 400 IV. T wetity-tilsl at.. 4 doors well of Grand avenue cars. 1-1-I*9 rrvHE NKsiiviiiE, rgSttti wixsrox sr.: J>J X blncka from poiteftleei conjfortable rooms; rates very esteap. epH X DEN \ i:if.T33"nTmalN STREET: FIXE L furnished rooms; 81.50 per week and up: neater of city. npHR PARKER. 434 W. roi Xi ll STREET; X nicely furntahed rooms, single or en suite 9-/4 1 m I,IOR R ENT—f CRK 1611E DROO M s,"k>7A~S(')¥- V abie. THE SMITHSONIAN. 313 & Hill St. 20 fTIOR RENT—NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS, 1 private family, lultt s. Hope it. 7 / t RTxo"PAC'IFIcr42:rs6rTirsPRINOST.*) " t line large room-; s>3 per week and up. IBurnished1 Burnished rooms oos haxn ; ix«"st. _J 12 s FOR CENT MISCKI.I.ANASOUS I L"Oll KENT—IBB ACRES, ALL FENCED, , " got,d hottsa and barn, tree water for irriga ■ to.n. lot tent fur 3 years, W. 11. BAKES, i 'Jliii'.. s sprii'L-. 5_ roi: KXOri^^ior:. I |iOR~ EXCHANGE—I2O ACRE- SAX LUIS I 4 oi-ispo county; free ami clear: price, 1 $2:109, aud 11909 ensb, for house iv Loa An ! gales. A home iv Pasadena—lO nere«. unimproved, j with 1 o-hares i f water: fine fruit land: three bailee from, center, one block from slaLioli ou j Terminal railroad: only $3000; mortgage, i $1000; want a houseor \aeant lots in I.os An gelesand w ill assutne $2090 or nrorc here. See I about this Monday. I A lot sOxltlD '(corner) Pssadena; $1990; i clear; want cottage in Los Angeles; will payor ! nstlime $500 difference. 190 acres in I.os Angeles county: $4990; ; ciear. want a house; will assume; agents are Invited to present offers. HOLWAY ,k SCIIETTER, 9 399 W . second street. F" fiORE k« ~hTngF.-\VE HA V E~l' RO PERT I ES in Riverside, Redlands, Lugania, Santa Anita, Pasadena, Santa Monica,' ovina, l.oids burg. Glendora, san Diego Santa I'aulu, Peoria, 111., slate of Washington. lowfi. Kan sas, Missouri and Colorado, in exchange lor good property in Los Angeles or surrounding towna or good acerage. ERASER £ JENKINS, 132 s Broadway. n-25tf t:«OR E\t;IIANt<E^2O~ACRES~fYnE FRUIT ■or alfalfa land at Perns, under water ditch for lot or house and 10l in elty. 910 acres of fine level school land for lot. Exchanges made on all kinds of property. I California property to exchange, for eastern. | DAY .V CLARK, 119' S s. Spring. It ; | "OR EXI HA.NGE—VERY DESIRABIE 2 | 1 acre place inside city limits; 6-roorn j house, stable, well and windmill, trees.etc ; ss;|000: owner wil accept good land or lots, POIXDEXTER .v- WADsWoRTH, 308 W. sec ond 10 s "oi:~ExTii"an"ge--will pay cash iiif- I ference; party has lirst-e,ass clear prop erty, orapge county, ami cash, for lodging house, hotel or good lot suitable for hotel. I'O IN DEXTER it WADSffOKTH, 395 W. Sec ond, 1° J'OR EXCHANGE- 10 ACRES GOOD LEVEL fruit land, five miles southeast of Ontario, near school: no irrigation reijuired for olives or any deciduous fruits. POINDEXTEK ,1 WADSWORTH, 305 w. second, 10 l7<ii: gxt:hani 7k -handsome o-room i 1 cottage in souihwcsterii part uf city, lot i 80x180*. trees, lawn aid Powers: foraoieago ! uor.hwesl preferred. CARTER A BKES4IER, j 32S s. Broadway, -i ITOi: EXCHANGE —A 50X159 FOOT LOTS 1" with 5-room hard-titiislied cottage, with ' barn, lawn, trees, etc., in elty for small ranch. 1 AddreaaT., box 20, this ofiice. 1 »-!."> d,Vw l' 11A X< Te-2749 At I ;T;8 IN RIVER " side county tit $29 per aete. Exchange i for San Francisco or Oakland proper! v. HOL | WAY A SCIIETTER, 399 W . second st. 9 1"~(Tr EXCHANG E—s7soo; A 19-ROO M house, ail oonvenlenoes modern; furu i ishcii; lot 50x155 to 2u-fo>t alley: Floweret, I near Pico st. iayi.or, loi Broadway. 4 ' | "OR EXCHANGE—4B3 eonl laud in I I Kenlueky (this is a pretty good Inrm,; : want California; will assume on good proper ly. TAYLOR, 103 Broadway 4 ijsoli EXCHANGE- GILT-EDGE CAHUENGA. -1" foothill land, 10, 20or30acres, fornuv thing <-lcnr. R. D. LIST , 135,'j W, Second st. nTOOD, COAL AND FEID YARD TO EX >t cliange for city real estate ; price, $1309. BEX W 11 ITE, 221 W. Kirs.', st, ljf i »-» EXCHANGE — PROPERTIES OF ANY _ kind. See BEN WHITE, 331 W. First at, ; h» 2- it FLKNI I tlßtli On: sum k oi' new' ami'skconh "hand lurnlture is complete, consisting of every article used in housekeeping. Of parlor suits we have too many. Selling everything at ! prices losuii your purse. 058 So. spring aud 907 So. Main Street 4ml rpilE I.os ANGELES FUBtrfeTRE ~ EX- I 1 change, 351 N. Main, is the place to buy lor sell your furniture, carpels: lor lirst class . upboletertiig; goods stored and sold on cum : miaslon; ur«t-class stock and popular prlrea t,'. K. IiI'ELL. 1 ti NEW SECOND-HAND STORE WANTS GOODS i:ii llls.iN.V LA NE, 917 s Spring -t. PHOTOSK4PH I'«KI.oKH BON TON PHOTOGRAPHIC PARLOR", 452 B, Bering; children's photos a specially; j satisfaction guaranteed F, R. boyette,Prop. CP. W a ITE, 311 WEST FIRST ST., LOS AN « gelaa, eel. Views made toprder guaran teed Largest a-sorlottenl S. L'eflfOrUUa views. Viol' It - TT N'T YPE'sT'n 1 1 EST FINISH." 25c; J eabiuets, $1 doe;at the tent, t'p'r Main st, 11-27 11- ESNER "MAX Es" " I IR.-T-I LASS WORK jll only; $3 up. 120 N. Spring St. 11-21 I>l.A/A GALLERY; PHOTOSSI: ANY' SIZE and the best finish. 513 H. Main St. 11-24 t^OS'ANGEtES HERALL't TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4. 1894, HKL.P WANTED—BtAL.K. employment or mv Information, address K. XITTIX'.KR'S BI REAU, established 1880. Office, 319' 3 S. Sp lug at.; residence. 451 s. tlope St.. corner Fl fl li, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele phone 113. 5-10lf pIITY AXD COt XTY OFTTCrATr r KitrrE jj labor bureau, 240 New High Ft., telephone 1153, for cooks waiters, household help, mt elianics and laborers. \\. A. WHITE, man ager 11-lQ If \\"ANTEIt-A FEW PERSONS IX EACH IV place todowritlng. Semi stamp for ISO ■.■aire bookot particulars. .1. WOOOBI KY, 187 W. Forty-aecoari si., X. Y. city. 10-7 ly \\' ANTED TRCSTWORTHY PERSON TO »v travel; salary, S7BO ami expenses; refer enee Enclose self-addressed stainpeil onvel oj'C, Manager, box I', Chicago. IP 14 A ROUETuTE RALSTON WILL YOU 01VE ,?J rae vottr correot address: could not find \on at the other. Address K. box 20, this office. 4 IJE'ITY, HUMMEL A CO., 300-809 WEST Seconds!. Tel. 50!' The be-t employment office in every way in Southern t aiiforuia. 7-12 If ITIMPLOY M EXT A< IENCY— MSS. SCOTT I j MISS MCCARTHY, U'lJi S. Broadway; tel. Sl!>. 15 HBI.P VANTUI)—F Bat ALU. Ofrn>Ni'EMAi,K EMPLOYMENT vgencv 353 s. Brnadyray. Log Angeles. Cal 12 SITUATIONS IVANTI ll MALE. Drstrving persons rlrsirinn employment will be 'jlhncrrf to insert three lines, nnder'this hearting, tiro timts frie of charge. I\vCNTEl~ltY~\ Vv 11 "i .TxG*M A nCaG E*32. tt work on a ranch or any place for S5 a month and hoard. Address for one week, John MURPHY, i.os Angeiea Poetoflke. 11 *ANI EH " POSITION BY A Vi It' NT ~Ma"x '» from the east, either in oftiee or store; will work extra for bolldaya Address It., box H<k this ofiice. 5 WANTED— YOUNG MAN, A.!-: 24. WANTS work of any kind: Bpeaka German aud English. Addless P. Box till, t Ins office 5 ll - AXTKD-SITI ATION, BY A GOOD ALL 11 around butcher and sausage maker. Ad dress a. GAGNON, 1 la Ord st. 5 W~A NTED-SITUA ITOX IX A FURNITURE. carpet or seeoniliinnd store, by a No. 1 man. Auuress Llo ot-o st. 5 \\" AXTED— POS'ITIOxVsTTjERK IX STOUI: tt or office, with ohanoa of advancement. References furnished. M, BOX TO 0 is] RST-« ILAstS PA] VIE R AND TAPEII I hanger wants work; will work cheap: 115 i >rd st. 4 SITUATIONS IV.IMKt) HiMAI.li. Deserving prrtatt* desiring employment trill of nllotrrd tv insert thret lines fur tiro insertioiit, under litis headittg, j'i re of rharge. J,"NGLISII GOVERNESS SEEKS POSITIOX j Accustomed to entire charge, care, educ tion of young children; long experience m France; good French; thorough seamstress. Address 8., box 39, this ofiice. 2-3-5 \\' ANTED -LADY CAPABLE AND WILLING TV to work, wants office work, or will go ss housekeeper or nurse. Address X, Box 10, this office. 4 /"i OOD "DRESSMAK Elt l- ; ROM~S\4N~FR AX \S* cisco would like some more work at home; dresses made, $4. 5i4 ITower st., near Sixth. 10-29 t: WASTED-AOtNTs, / -IIAXCK OF A LIFE MME W A XTEIi—EN t ergetic responsible parties for slate, Oity, Cobnty and town agencies, ior aale of Clark's fted Cross Electric Natural Medicinal water, salve, salts, etc. Not a beverage. A natural medicine. Liberal inducements and big mooes to tha right pa-ties. Address: RIG RAPIDS MINERAL W A I ER i ll , Big Rapids, Mich. 11-27 thn-aun-tues lm IXTANTED— EITHER SEX, l 01l It first-class offlce orhonschold articles, j OTIS BROWN, 944 S. Spring st. 12 WAMfcll KS.AI. BHTAJK. TT cuatonter forltor 4-room house in vi cinity of Main and Washington streets; also ,ot between Main nnd Eigueroa, Twenty-sec ond nnd Thirtieth; another for a nice lot southwest. List vtiur property with us. SMITH & O'BRIEN, 4 147 South llroadway. \"ITANTED-A Ll I IT.X home nut TOO FAR TT from the city, tliatyoitcan sell on pay ments not to exceed $800; will pay ssltiii down. Call or address AGNE3 PERCY, 111 N. Broadway. Nosgents. 9 \"\' ANTED- TO ''I'ITiCfIASE A HOUSE 1T alioiit $3800—and uaa 120 acres land (clear)aa riraj payment. HOLWAY .V BCHET TKR, 309 VV. Second street. 9 W~ ANTE D 1 1W V ERS "~TO LIST HOTSEB and lots with/HOLWAY it SCHETTER, 309 W. Second 1 treet. 9 WANTED aisegl.l.AShors. \\'^NTEl^-BY - "jl'' PA 1 TT gold coin, a one-hail interest in abuai j ness that will bear the closest of investigation; jif vocr books are up in good shape and can 1 -how a gootl profit, call and see us. MERRILL ; A- i.I'NBY, 129 S. Broadway. S ANTED —LA 1) fES TO LEARN THE McDowell dress cutting system at the Me- I DOW ELL DRESSMAKING ACADEMY, 703' 2 ■s. Broadway, branch of New V ork and Pan Francisco schools. Patterns cut to order. 11-lmo TITAN TED—A SOI 'XD IvOrTv! HORSE. TT weight about 10 hundred, not over 9 years, lively. 213 South Main, room 10, be- I taeen 19 and 12. 4 I *tl ' ANTED—A LADY WANTS PARTNER OR 1 IT small financial assistance in opening up 1 rooming liuiise. Address L, Box 20, this orncc. 4 TJtTANTED- SU INCH THIMBLE'-SK FIN" TT wagon and set light double harness, cheap lor cash. 213 S. Main street, room 10, between Miantt 12. 4 »l-AN'Th 11-PEOPI.E TO KNOW THAT WE T T are man 11 lac tv ring the Foam ir Gang Plow and Stockton Plow. Repairs at bedrock prices. L. M. DAVENPORT A CO., 918 N. Main st. 4 \\ T A.N I ED-BALLS AND PINS FOR 10-PIN TT alley: stale price; also how mauv and sizes of ihe balls. JOHN C.SMITH, Box 41, j San Bernardino. 8 i fir BEY OLD 110LD A XI) SILVER M at highest market price. JUL WOI.TER. manufacturing jeweler, 122 S.Main st. 10-4 3m ll' AX'I ED— HOUSES To BUILD BYROBT. 11 1). coates, building contractor, 864 s. Broadway, Los Angeles, cal. 13-18 I i\'"AXTEI)-I?OR"SEH AND MULES FOR I II city and country property. IV. 11. BAKEK 239' i S. Spring. 5 j SPOT CASH, FURNITURE, ; tt stoves, carpets, etc., etc. COLGAN'S, 3Hj S. Main st. 11-9 lm j "ISyANTED—PAINTER.S TO SEE THE E\ lit celslor paints at 621 S. Spring st. 123 ! xjrTA XTED—EVERYBORY~ TO TRY OOK 1 TT fresh fish. 133 S. Broadway. 9 LOST AND POIJM V, T3BTRAY—CAME TO MY platf. 307 j J j First street, Wednesday noun, n clipped ! why horse, ahr-m 10 years old, brand s 11 on left hip, hitched to *a Concord open baggy. ' Owner can have same by catling and paying i expenses. IL C_TO LEN—GRAY HORBE ABOUT U) YEARS n old; small slit in light ear; left knee en larged; is unshod. Notify R, iiox I*o, this ofiice, and receive reward. * ti lOST— A FOX TEKUIKK, BLACK EARS AND j eyes,answers to the name liessic or Hon Kb. Return 10 WM. F(TROUBEN, 149 80. Water street aud receive reward. 4 I^OUND-BROWN lIORSK. A. C. TED FORD, V Dayton St,, Fast Loa Angeles. 0' |ioTSD—HAM, THK "OHAMPION HORSE- V clipper, North Broadway. 11-25 lm HOKHK BUOUK. 1 V)Ro 1. "jT^ H. SOUTH'H P ATENT HORSE , J tdioes are doing great work ou horses; we , guarantee to cv c alt luuK-ness in horses* feet I or uk, no pay; weueve treated a large uuinber ;uf lioraei thai were thought incurable, and in 1 every case were successful; this patent is for I sale *as shop, county cud slate rights; n.u.y horse shoer can operate the* shoes, as wetl >v I I can, when they huy the right; bring your i lame horses end have them examined free; re* , member, tt cost* you nothing wiiere noTbenefit is re. eived, PROF. J. 11. smith, specialist ut ! borsee leet, 7-is EL Main st., or P. U. box 7tJO. N-'oFOO i, S3 HORSE-HORSES SHOD AC* cording to nature and agieeabie Lo ar . j Shoes made fur all diseases ol the feet, GOOD WIN'S OHOKI.NU SHOP.'itM B, l.o« Angeles 1 street U-17 .£ M«KttSiOH aVM QUODI. Tjfcvh KoVNE - M \Nt'!•' \<"IT RER PIPES I and cenei, German sport pipes, German cigar and cigarette holders In meerschaum and wetzel wood. Meerschaum goods re paired. 256 Bouth Broadway, iouo9 BUSINESS OPPOKTCXITIB*. TiEAD THIB-A BUSINESS TH AT WILL I\. pay you a net profit ot o\ er S--000 annu nlly; ttisoue of MM largest and best known stores In city dealing in hardware, crookery, fruits, notions, general store; owner nas al ways askedS3HoO for tills business, but on ac count of serious sickness will sell for a short w-lille for S-7tX-. part ot money can remain un.il you make it out of the business; sure, bona fide paying business; trial given. REN WHITE, 811 l W. First st. 12 4 tf ftQXA- i:ooMIX(7~H0r8E. GOOD LOCAs eTOfHr lion. SIOUO Rooming house; tine Je-ttalion. S2soO—Grocery store; a bargain. SlOoO—Produce store on easy terms. Sl2oo—tlrocery; nloecase business. I S3oO— l-T-ttii sterei good location. ; S2OO -Fruit sttire on Si>ring st. KI.sER A STEARXS, 4 121 XV. Third st. ; I "OR SAI>~"i"K7HrK. AXI»"»TATiONERY ' 1 store; best location in tho city; business well established. Sew sin! seeondhanil furniture store in town of 7000, doing line busine.s: sale at a sacrifice. Fruit aud r.gar stun: iv town of 7000. doing ; in excellent bnaineaa; price, 5235. New cash grocery on Spring si., doing good '.justness; satlafactpry reasons for selling. SPEARS A MONTAGUE, 117 s. Broadway, ltf Sl'lAi) WOOD, COAL, HAYrGRATN AND •pI.MHf feeilvanl; A-l location; installs; large yiiids.'stabfcs, etc.; good stock on hand: low rent: does big business; owner engaged slatfwhere causo of selling; will pay a net profit of over S'OO a month; will exchange for city real estate, see BEN Wll IT E, 221 \Y. Flrat si. 1 tf jtiiiil' illlM'K PARTIES HAVINCfFROM VT gIOO upward to Invest can purchase the exclusive right of a quick-selling article that pays over SRsn par cent profit; can easily clear S3 to So a ttayj investigate iliis. Aanly BEN IV If ITE, 221 W. First st. 12 4 if V I i k mm HI Sh6\ooO— ('TIMTAITtVA XT V. I) Olt'el"'"' ior ii thoroughly established manulaeiurlng business in ia>s tngelea. This is a most unusual opportunity and do not apply unless you mean business, Address, by letter only, S. box 51), thi, office. e.o.d. t-f s i loo '-^EiEEEEEitEiEEE RARE CHANCE Furniture store, handling new and second hand goods, clearing S5 a day above expenses: iull value In slock; see this today. T. M. X ILIA IN, 22S W. Firstst. 4 I,'Oli s \i,K - UXDERT \ X KR>" EST A BLISIt- I ment; everything new; iarue field: at a great sacrifice; personal reasons given forscll- Ing; wecan reeomiuend this -lo.e store: Invoice between sio.ooo and $13,000; best town iv the state: pay you to investigate. SPEARS A MONTAGUE," 117 S. Broadway. ltf I-OR SALE—STATE RIGHTS FOR ONE OF 1 ihe best paying patents in the country. Parties handling this in the east are getting I rich. Investigate this; price Sl5OO. sM 1111 A O'BRIEN, 4 147 S. Broadway. —WOKill $400 f> ROCKRY STORK WITH a LIVING ROOMS; XX see this chance. Apply BEN WHITE;mi W. Firsts!. lt( I > KN" WH IT K. 22T~ W 7 HRST St7~l IA s 1> properties of every description for sale ami exchange from $lou to 1(8(10,000. list your property with him. ltf r BASE FOR SALE-NEAR 3 YEARS; LIV lj cry stable on Broadway; host location tn theeity; business established 10 veers. Ad dress ]', Baa so, tliis offl.ce. t> o')lU\ FRl'lT. r>A NOV AND CD;A It ftTORK: •v—'™F The very best place in the oity; nice, comfortable living rooms, rent (owjaeethls. T M. KILLIAN, 888 tV. First st. 18-11 t( ffiyllVl—HALF INInSREST IN A FIRST" •T+lrl' class and profitable business; VIOO a monih clear; Investigate this. T. M, KIL LIAN, 828 w. First st a J- 1 •( U \ - 111 isT Al' HAN r, W [TH Fl ISNIBI [ED SptlVrU rornus; good steady trade; tow rem; aline money making place. T. M, KILLIAN, 22S W. First st. 7 <'ll II i •'• ROCERY >TORE: NICR LIVING •p, t\ t\f room, completely furnished; goods will invoice $.100. See I. M. KILLIAN, 228 W, First st. 7 i im — REBTA 1* R A NT: ONE OF THE BEST f"f»MrlF b isiness places in the city: pays big; s-e this barga'.n. T. M. KILLIAN, 22s vt. l irst st. 5 TTtOR SALE—LODGING HOUSE 11 ROOMS, I Spring St.: pays clear MO per month,sSsC LP. BARNARD, 117? 2 s. Broadway. 4 1"OR SALE—A LARGE GROCERY WITH NO. 1 frui; trade; old stand, bargain, $000. l. d. BARNARD, 117!^8. Broadway, 4 F"OR SALE A WOOD'VnD - COAL, YARD, an oid corner stand, sure bargain, $850. I. D. BARNARD, 117!., s. Hrondway. 4 rjlOß SALE IT NI; I: EST AC R A NT, SFJITS 85 I people, choice location, bargain. $1200. I. D. BARNARD, 117.. 8, Broadway. 4 TE VOI w fSH TO DI.-POSE OF YOLtTIjISI -1 ;.ess without delay for cash, always go to L I>. BARN ARD, 117.. S. Broadway. 4 fISQAA— CIGAR STORE; ~REt' EIPTS $12 A FtF day; a bargain, BEN WHITE, 221 W. E'irst st. • 1 tf • — CIGAR STORE ONLY $509; WORTH $800; DON'T MISS tbis bargain. li. WHITE, 221 W. Firstst 1 tf Of IffVA—GROCERY; VALUE IN STOCK; I lUU one of the very best corners iv city; trial given. Sec B. WHITE, 221 VV. Firstst. 13 If ffIOAAA—GROCERY TO EXCHANGE FOR apZUUII city real estate. Apply to BEN" WHITE. 221 W. First. 1 ti Of'Jtf:\— FRUIT ANiTcANDYMSTORE; RARE !f 1)—t) chance; pays will. Apply to B. WH IT E, 221 W . First St. 1122- tf tf~you" want'to"SELL your"b'i'isiness J quick for cash, see SPEARS A MONTAGUE, 117 s. Broadway. ltf r\ "O~sEI,L YOUR BUSINESS QUICKTTTiE 1 ERNST A CO., new office, 113 W. Third st. 11-15tf P,"OR S.VLK-A GOOD PAYING CIGAR AND fruit stand. 791 E. First st. 4 ITESfA"u r RANT; ON LV $350; NICELY Jl equipped. 9. WHITE, 221 W. First, ltf S i-iiui SVI.OON; PAYS' ~VV ELL, FEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. ltf fttQSA—LODGING HOUSE] 18" KOOMS. - B. ©OOUWHITE, 221 W. Firstst. 1 tf Kill- 1 ANDY AND FRUIT STORE. B. <S? lUW WHITE, 221 W. First st. 11-22 tf O~SELLQUi~CK FOR"CAsH^GO'tO - bTwHITE, 1 221 w. First st. 13-tf .) BUY A BUSINESS OF ANY KIND APPLY ' to 1;. WHITE, 221 W. Firstsl. 13-tf MASHADK AMD KIECTKIOITY. MME. BEAUDRY. GIiADUATE OF I.'FiCOLE dv Bon Bauveur, France, and of the West Side Mcdicnl College, Chicago, removed to 41.1 1 - S, Spring St., rooms 7 and S; massage, magnetic healing, electric and vapor baths; open Sundays. 11-13 lin \ Fai 'OR anF Ti i FiYatTts. massage an d > electric treatment; ladies only. MISS C. STAFFER, 211 First St., rooms 3,"4, 5 0, opp. Nnpeau. 10-20 tf MISS MA R v "stone, 'massage "treat ment, I3BU s. Spring st., room 22. 18-88 lm |,"RF.NCH LADY, "MAGNETIC HEALER AND JT scientific massage. Room 8,355!, B. Spring. 12-13 MAD A M ""iTrTirEON -"BATHS, MASSAGE; electro-magnetic treatment. 419' 2 S.Spring Patients, copykighi>, ktc. for inventions in all coun tries obtained, bought and sold. Trade marks, copyrights, etc., by S. .1. DAY A CO.. patent attorneys, rooms 232-233 Bradbury building, Los Angeles Established 1849. l-28tl HAZARD A TOWNSKND, 9 DOWNEY block. Tel. 317, Los Angeles. 11-21 tf KNIGHT BROS., PATENT LAWVKRS A.NII solicitors.3oB Stimson block. Es t. 1843. I BILL 1 mil K-. T" VV. (AMI' BE LL, PRES'T iTa. JLJ« lug (lo.: tl.e only holiest bill poster. 119 E Second, 'lei. 1475, Sign painting. 77 EO P."m.-|.E VN, PRESIDENT STATE BILL \ I Po-iers' association; the only bill poster in Loa Angel.--. 254 s. .Main st. I'I.IJSI KICKS. TT-OR A j< Ut" (Ti' I li.-anug that will give you entire satisfac tion go to V'ANDEUKIFT .v/cKIPPKN, 829 W. Fourth st. 19 / i~l I_VVL>TTON—SANITARYl _ VVL>TT0N—SANITARY PLUM HI NiTa V • specialty. Estimates given, gtMi East Fourth St., two doors east of Ixts Angeles st. _J\RANK A. VV 1-.i'.NsIIA NX.""PL i * M BER AND f ga- tiller. 249 E. Second si. Tel. 139. HIOVKS Kf.P A ltik.l>. 7~«HD AGO REPAIRING CO., /AS, MAYOR, 158 W. Filth .street. Repairs made for auy stove in the I. s. Patterns made to order. 18 / . CSOLINE STOVES CLEANED REPAIRED VI lei. iw- 8 Spring st FOR MLB-CITY PBOPBHTY. Q.RIDER Js DO~i~, REAL ESTATE AKD INVESTMENT RROKERS, 109', S HROADWAY. B4ltB ban n nice biilldlns lot on 29th, b OCX of the rlrctrlc earn, on Installments. SIT."! eacli for i lots on 28th street, clo«e to the electric cars. $200—I.ot50xl50justsonth of Adams st. and •real of the Harper tract; owner ia compelled to sell. $.150— Building lot 50 feet front, covered with bearing trees, V, block of electric cars, on 14th street. $225—Building lot on Centra) avenue, ce ment walk and curb, street graded, near Ad ams street. $400 -50-foot lot on 27th street, close to tho electrio cars, street graded, cement walks and curbs. #»7."i -Lot 50x150 on 28th street, 100 feet w i.le end grided, ti-foot cement wslk and curbs, palm trees planted, J-j block of the elec tric cars. See this lot before you buy. $oou—Fine building Ikftoa Adams at., 50x 150, '.j block ot the electric cars, cement walks ami curbs. See this, j $750 burs n 50-foot lot on 20th st., c oso to Flgueroa street. $Bbo—Corner lot on 17lh st., west of I'igue rou street. $11<>0 each buys 4 lots on 6th st, one a cor : ncr, close to tho Arcade depot. HOUSES. $900 l ovely U-toom cottage just south of tho <ity, Ist SOxiSO; nice hedge; lot set to , bearing fruit and berries; roses and flowers in great profusion; worth $1200. $l4i«i l ovely P-ioom, double bay window cottage, one-half block of elec rte cars; street ! graded and aprinklcd: ocmeut walks and i curbs; on easy payments. $1500 Nice b-room cottage in one block of [ the electrio cars; lawn and flowers; only $1500, s*2ooo—Lovely d-room, new colonial cottage* j reoeption hall; plalc glass door, hot and cold water, bath, pantry ami closets; pipe for gas; | lovely mantel and grate; all conveniences; I street graveled, cement walks; close to tho electric cars; will sell this tine cottage at a great bargain and ou easy payments. .¥l2OO -With a snail Cash payment down, balance in small monthly payments, we will build you a lovely 5-room eotta'go on a 50-foot ioi; street graveled, cement walks and curbs; within one block of electric cars. Why pay rent when with the money you pay rent you can own your own borne, See us Ijetote You buy. RANCHES. $275- Lovely homo of 112 acres, 7 acres set to bearing lemons; variety of other fruits: 3 acre-to st raw ben ies: water piped, iinoS-room resideuee; good barn and out buildings; only few hundred yards front railroad station :20 minutes' ride to the elty. owner Is compelled to sell ut a sacritice on account Of ill-health; price, for a tew weeks, per aore. on easy terms. $2."»Ut>—s acres joining the city limits on the south; sot soiid lo ls-year-ohi oranges and walnuts, wiili bouse and ui)provomeh.s. Must be -old to satisfy mortgage. $tUOO—2O acres, highly improved, within 12 mile- of theeity ; 4 aetvs iv navel orauges, 10 acres in deciduous fruits : water right goes with the land. Good K-roout house, barn and ou - buildings; oholoe selection of roaeaand orna mental plants and flowers. $tir» to f.;ot> per acre for choice fruit and farming lands 1 mile outside the city, close iv the electric road; in tracts lo suit, on eAsy terms. FOR EXCHANGE. I'oravacant lot, nice 4-rooni cottage, good stable and outbuildings, lawn and flowers, lot 95x135: a coiner. Five acres set solid to bearing oranges, 5 room cottage, water piped, for vacant lots in the city; ioci res of fine farming land south of the city for a residence here. We have lm. proved properties in Riverside, OrHtigc, San DlegO, Sati Bernardino and I.os Angeles Boun ties, see us before you buy. E'ree earring, from our otllce. Te1.'12119. GRIDER <k DOW, 109*4 South Broadway. 4 I SOB SALE-.IonNSOX st KIiEXEY CO., 104 S. Broadway. $2850—Eight rooms, just finished, all con veniences ; street graded and stdewalked ; 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 the city. MONTHLY PAYMENTS. JOHNSON Si KEEXEY CO., 26tf Owners. ISOR SALE- $1,00 - 1.0 T st)x 150~OX Fremont avenue, close to Temple street, only seven blocks from court house, street graded and curbed and sewered, worth $1000 $300—Fine lot on Byram street near Ten;!; street, 80x140. Also good lots in all parts of the city from $100 to tyluo.OOO. DAY A CLARK, 1MP...-. SpjMng. It T?OR SALE— X Stop. stop. Look. ssi 450 j Don't miss this chance to gel a home close in. 1 6-room house, 10l 51 feet front; easy terms. ERNST St CO., 1 11-2 OH 113 Weat Third at ' $r,OO —-— 1 LEVkL U)T, SEWER AXI) STREET 1 ll work done, ready for building, on Barlle I ! street; is worth $sO(i bit must be sold; part 1 cash. BEX WHITE, 221 W. Eirst st. Itt ■ ■ RARE CHANCE. j TTOUSE OE 5 ROOMS, NICELY FINISHED, 1 .11 situated one blocx from cnb'e cars; nice lawns, walks, shrubbery, etc.; everything com plate and In good condiiion; is worth $1800; can be purchased this week at $1300; $uOU cash, balance to suit purohaasr. see this bar gain at oucc. Apply to BEX WHITE, 221 W, Firstst. ltf i?OR SALE-S4OO, WHArSTHEUSEfjAMP r ing out when you can buy a 3-room, hard finished house and -J lots, southwest for only 0100? Why, the well and pump alone cost 1 $100: this won't appear again. MING ,t BAYARD, 1 4 128 S. Broadway. I7IOR SAL I *—NEWS AND 6-ROOM COTTAGES on University electric lino; baths, water closets, mantels and all modern conveniences: large lots, cement sidewalks; prices $1450 to $1700: small cosh payment snd monthly in stallments. THOMAS "s. KWINU, owner, lib fr. Broadway. 14 ijsOP. SALE—MODERN 10-ROOM HOI Sg, ' stab c, lawn, flowers; lot 50x150, cement walks, etc., on Twenty-fifth street, near Grand avenue, nt a great bargain for short lime, as owner Is leaving the city. F, A. HUTCH IN- I SON, 213 W. First st. 12-2 lm TTrOB SA LE—s42oof A BEAUTIFUL ri-KOOM X cottage; hali, bath mantel, porches, etc.; lawn, stone walks; lot 91x155 to 20,f00t alley; Flower AL near Pico; a gilt-edge property; one fourth cash. TAYLOK, 102 llroadway. 4 1- (> H SAL t^4f lsoo Ta - 5-KOO il COTTAG E j " hail. Lath, etc.; large lot fenced, lawn, j fruit trees, stable, southwest, near electric cars; terms $20.1 cash balance $20 monthly; no interest. TAYLOK, 102 llroadway. 4 ISOB SALE—SI9O,OOO—BUSINESS I'ROPER ty on Spring streot, consisting of fine four story brick building bringing net iticomool over II per centon inves ment. LAY A CLARK, 1 ft'.j s Spring. It 7761t SALE -$12,000, ON GRAND AVENUE, V flue two story 12 room dwelling, pantry, closets, baths and every modern convenience; line lawn all set in flowers. DAY' oi CLARK, 110', South Spring. It -ja' IBS AI. E—NEW 8-ROOM COTTA«.iE Wl TH J" baih, handsome mantel nnd grate. Fur nished if desired. Ham, young trees and liowers. tin car line convenient to business. Price low, easy terras. CARTER di BEECH El;, :I2S s. Broadway. 4 IJIOR RENT—BEACTIFOL COTTAGE, COM- plctcly furnished, in Pasadena. Lovely grounds, barn and oth' r outbuildings. Terms, $5o per month, CARTER A BEECHER, 328 S. Broadway. 4 FHIR SALE — A HOME IN EVERY ACCEPT.-",* Hon of tho term, at Pasadena, in the mids' of foliage and flowers of the choicest variety Two acres of ground. Price, $700(1; easy terms. CARTER A BEECHER, 328 S. Broadway 4 I "OR SALE—A PLEASANT, 8-ROOM HOUSE, V ou W. Ann St., suitable for two families, half block from two car lines; also a lot 86x18a feet, ou Alpine st. near Ynle; a rnre Chnnce. Call at or address l.'lio N. Main si. ll 1"OR SAiTfr^iNE COKN ER.~ S VV., 80x12',, 1 $500: c hoice lot on Eighteenth, 50x170. $1200. Bargains both of them. I'OINDEXTF.K A WADSVVoRTH, 305 VV 1 econd si. 4 H"~OUSEH~ ON INSTAL' ME NTS IN ALL parls of theeity, or will build to suit you. BARLOW A SHERWOOD, 123 S. Broadway. 11-11 tf TTSOR SALE—A NICE 6-ROOM COTTAGE 1" and bath, nearly finished, on Clinton aye. s.-e owner, corner Clinton and Howland. Take University ear. 4 1 VENT COR -1 iter on Temple St., at the surprisingly low price of $1000. CARTER A BEECHER, 328 S. llroadway, 4 I"UK1 "UK.-ALE t lIKM'KST S-ROOM HOUSE IN 1 city. installments. Usncr, ROBERT RABCII, 735 E. Twelfth si 4 ]JI OR BAI Ii—INSTALLMENTS, 5-ROOM I Ol ■* tage. close in, $1100. POJNDEXTER A WADSVVORTH, 305 W. Second st. 11 '95 j rOK SALt —CITY PROPERTY. CPt-^IAII^ j © ties. Exceptional bargains in otty, suburban and country properties by HENRY A. DARLING, 212 S Broadway lam authorised by the owners to sell Hie following properties, scqtiired under foreclos ure, regardless of values, lo closo out Immedi ately, l'crlcct lilies. 20 acres at North Ontario, neir Euclid ave nue aud the Santa Eo railroad depot, the home of the oranv , lemon arid olive; soli of ihe best, near highly improved properties: au thorized to accept $500 lot the w holo prop erty. 100 feet frontage on s. Fair Oaks aye., Pasa j dtn AI is ncnrSantal'e and Terminal depots ! and on tiie electric line from Los Angeles to Paeaaena; atreeta graded, etc., and property connected with sowet; hnthllngs consist ol 6 4-room rustic collages, 1 small office building, 1 barn 14x19, 1 building 14x45, now mrd -s a ! laundry; income from proper') is nowabOit [ $<5 per month from lease. Price for in rued;- I ate sale, $ISOO. •>4O acres good altaliu land near Delano, Tulare county, California: Hue artesian well, soring, orchard, etc.: cheap ranch house, I bam, etc.; suitable for a fine stock or dairy ranch: was appraised w hen loan was made at $12 900: for immediate sale $3200, $5 per j acre. One of the best manufacturing sites in the city on North Main si., at a great bargain. price upon application. One of the finest ranches In Riverside county, Oa!., two miles from tho bu-tmcis cen ter of Riverside, on county road. About 140actes, neatly 10,000 fruit trees In prime bearing condition, Apricots, peaches, prunes, etc. specially choico laud foralfalta ranch home. Rverylhtng in running order, one Inch of water for each acre. Authorised ■to sell at one half ac-praised value al timo loan ! was made, A certain income proposition pav ing large reltiriison inves mcut ] 20 or4o acres in the San Fernando valley, I near chatsworth park, near the new line of , railway; tinest grade of soil; adjoining laud- I have been recent.v sold nt $100 per ucre; au j thorlied to accept net. $10 per acre. 1 I— i Improved income business property on Down ey avenue, 82.. feet frontage, corner lot, cov ered with bnildi.jgs. For immediate sale will tccepl $oM>o net. 10-room house and bath,on Bellevuiavenue; : choice location: was appraised at $3590; price, j net. $300% Especial attention to high grade res idence and buslnsss property In this city and Pasadena. Particular attention invited at this time to several choice residence properties in I'asa : deua. RENRY A DARLING, Investments of capital and loans, 242 S. llroadway, Los Angeles. Reference: First National bank of lus An gela!. 4_ FOR SALE BY JOHN 11. COKE, 207 S. BROADWAY 70 foot lot on 8." Spring, is positively the cheapest piece of pro erty ou lite street. Don't miss it. Must l,c sold to satisfy mortgagee. Lot on Thirtieth st. at your own price; lo cated between Main and * .rand aye. 44 acres, highly improved, including horses, cow, chickens, farm implements, in fact every thing complete, to go right ou, water in abund ance. It is Without doubt one of tho linest 1 places iv Southern California; income last year $3700. A handsome residence in the city at a great sacrifice. 100 feet on First street, will be sold at your own figures. Owner desires to leave tho bloom ing country. You should make a tush fortius. You will never regret 11. Corner on West Seventh st., with improve ments, is decidedly low nt the price asked. Property on Broadway is going up rapidly. Buy before it goes up out of sight. Parties with limited capital will do well to invest now. Make me an offer on large house and lot on first st.; don't be afraid, you can get it nt any reasonable offer. Make an offer on lot 77x309 and eight room house ou West Washington st. Owner lives cast and desires to get rid of same, can bo bought very low ior cash. ~ I JOHN H. COKE, 207 S. Broadwny. ltf ■pOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—SeveraI fine res- X ideate 10 s, west, on the Bills, near Union avenue; will sell cheap or trade for equity In cottages aouth weat; these lots are unencum bered; see the owner about it. A.W. WRIGHT, 309 West Second st. 2 F'OU SALE—HOUSE ON THIRTY-FIRST ST."; 5 rooms, bath, gas; lawn; tile walks and graded st reel; bcnuiiiuL home; price, $2300; S-'iOO cash, balance payments to Sllit, DEN VER Bi II.DING CO., 237 W. First St. 11-7 tf FORSAL E $750; EI RBT-CLASB 61 iTu IT ;~A corner; 50x120 feet • in the same block with HO-tarrei well and higher up the hill: cheap at $19011, buts7socash will buy. w. n. sai.is- UURV A CO., 2Q7 West l ouri'il street. . g FOIE STOCK. I "OR SALE---JL T VIMX~VIOOf" TI' I. A RE W I TH 20 head of gentle horses H ngle or double, irom $Jtiun; aome good family iiorses; you can get just what y mi want by coming down; I guarantee everything I sell, V. A", cocll- P.AX, Oltlaeua' Stockyards corner Second and San Pedro sis. 11-2o lm 1,10 R SALE—SPEEDY HORSE; HARNESS and road wagon of local make. Jmt the thing forcity delivery. T. I.NXJS. 2-sun lusj; I.'tOß SALE AND EXCHANGE—FINE SINGLE and double drivers, buggies and harness. H, E. BACON, rear.'it) nutli Broadway. Foil S > I.E-M I -CXI l.» SKOU -I"^O^SALE^( 10 T<rTHITTHMtITs'F FUI INI 1 tore exchange, between Spring and Main, fora fine li ue of Japanese rugs, linen-warp and Chinese mattings; olllee desks, cylinder and Hat top; also a general line of household tor ture, including mattresses, pillows, lace cur tains, portieres, window shades; etc., al! at the lowest prices: household goods carefully packed ami shipped: highest prices paid for second-hand household furniture. '.MOtf I "OR - saIk"or"EXCHANGE FOR " LIVE .1 atock—Buggies—jump seat and three scoter also a splendid 0-year-old, black surrcv horse. Cal.l or address McGARRY, 924 ft, Sth at, IpOR SALE—HALF IXTERE •T~Ix"A~VALtJ -1 able patent. Address X., box 20, this office. IsjfJß sai.E [60,009 OLD POS'I'AOE . stamps, cheup. T., box 29, this office. IIOR1 IOR SALE-OUI"PAPE R3~ N (JUAXTITIES ' to suit, at this office. LAWN CUTTING. Kei'sStlng <t'co.T PRA' lICAL garpex crs; lawn layrng an<l cutiing a specialty; aardens cared for by the month on reasonable terms. Address 209 S. Main st , Los Angeles. WOH SIM-COUNTRY PBOriMT. pOR EXCIIANOE- Jly JOHN H. COKE, 207 six ill BROaDWAT. 1110 here* San Jacinto, for home snd lot its lite city; owner not particular, wilt take any. ih ng in the -tiH|,o ofa house, only won't as- Mime n mortgage; ranch clear of cncuinbranca water in plent,, ll nrnrlv all level, will trow anything you plant. Ktiw heie Is a good i 'ha ueo for you to own a quarter section: you know you can't make a living on tlint shanty ol yours; come and exchange It for something that you can. (iO acres near Ftc-no; good income, every foot under cultivation, water In abundance, 5 room cottage nnd other buildings, farming tools n( all kinds Included ; owner cannot look after it on account of poor health- will c\ change for property In this city, liivsstigsis ' this, you arc sure to be pleased. 45 acres at Ar.usa for city property; water piped on the land, is good for fruits of all kinds, | good soil. A .fine piece ot property located a a v ort dis tance from town, will bear the strictest inves tigation, w ill exchange for other property and assume a mortgage, | 40 acres, 10 miles from Plata, for city pro perty; owner not a rancher hence reason for , netting rid of il. it Is one of the best pieces of land in Ihe county; to see 11 Is to take It. JOHN' H. COKE, 207 south Broadway, I' " "stilt SALE siT'iOO-lO ACRES AT SOUTH 1 Rtreratda lei to oranges and prunes; water j deeded with laud. SUNK) iS acre-i-ine-i|iiarter mile from Vine land :IS aires set to ft uit and berries; plenty ! of water, good house, barn. elc. $.•100 .-ix acres at Florence set to apples, ; peaches and p urns; all In bearing. fjttJutN) I our acres ai Vernon, six-room cot tage, barn, windmill, etc., 4o bearing trees, i $1000—10 acres at Ontario in bearing Of. 1 ante ami lemons; good water right, small I house, st . bit, I te. Sl.Too—lll acres live miles south of city ail I set lo alfalfa, six-room cottage, barn, \vind- I mill, IXIOOO-20 acres six miles south of city half set io beat ing orchard ol app es, pears and j peaches, Balance Iv alfalfa JHtiuOO—lour acres two miles south of city 1 all -et to bearing fruit and I.ernes, flue six room cottage, barn, windmill, etc. , S.'i-Joo- -14 acres jn fro ttcss cahucnga: five ■ acres set to lemons, a lew beating mixed fruit trees, tive-room cottage, barn, windmill aud ' reservoir, S3UOO-880 acres ot flnagrain or fruit land iv Aute.'ope valley, close lo ra Iroad, all fenced. VraPOO worth of Improvements, This is a-.'rami bargain and must go. Half cash, balance long time. PAY a CLARK, 11. , 1 South spring. l-l nAT A CLARK, 119', P. Spring si lleadnuarters for government and state 1 school lands in all parts of southern faltfor ' nia: school lauds are only Sl.'.'.'- per acic. on . easy tutus and long time; require no r.at : dtDCe Or improvements. I ST.", buys relin*iuishm..nt to UM) acres school . lan.i, nil level > ml in artesian belt. $125 buys relinquishment 1 .'l2O acres J achool land. 2 miles front railroad, I $200 buys relinquishment t0640 acres school , land, elos . to railroad, and w ill come uude: : water ditch STo buys relinquishment to HlO-acre home stead, close to town, all level and in artesian I bell. DAY * CLARK, Uf-Hj B. Spring at « I7<OR SALE 30 ACRES Vt i'l lIIX 30 MILES 1 of I.os Annies, nearly all in Washington navels. S too years old; elevation desirable; orchard in first class condition. This is a model and profitable home; price, SHI 00. j .'1 acre- In full bearing oranges, one mile from depot in Pomone; $30' Mi; or will ex change ior hous < in I.os Angeles. 10 acres at Duarte; 7 acre-in oranges, fina water tight; and elevated ami rightly home; only $s.~><>l> Jo acres one-half mile from Ontario; all in oranges arid prunes, with variety of other fruit; a paying orchard borne: s-tioo't). HOLWAY A SOI lEI TER, 9 BOil w. second street. IjMDR SALE—OR A NOB ORCHARDS, 5-YEAH- I old; lino crop 01 fruit, p ice, S.VJO per acre; one orchard ii years old, Still > per acre; have very tine grove nt Alhambra for sale: a sightly place fora home: price. $50.# per acre. A pretty home at Eagle ilock 3 acres; price, 9800 V. Improved properties st Duarte, Co vins, Glendora, Pomona, Ontario, aud a few at Highlands and Kcdiatuls. Ihe Pomona Real Estate Exchange can furnish you with any kind of End you want. ELMO R. MESKRVK, 109 S. Broadway. 211 tpOR SALE 10 ACRES IN THE BLUE RIB~< 1/ bon orange belt at liuarte: between li atid 7 acres set out to besl varletUsof oranges, inure than tvw-thi ds full bearing, 9 shares 111* Ihe best water tight in s ulhern California; small house; one of ihe best sites for a home in tho San oa-rlel valley; maguillccnt view ; • just the right elevation: moderate price; terms easy, Address OTMEMAN STEVEN—, this ofiice. 11 Ml! FOR SALE, $."-900 - 7 ACRES IN THE noted Eagle Rock Valley, half set to bear ing orchard, . acre in alfalfa balance divided into chicken corrals: 9-room cottage milk house, bam and other eutbttlldlnga: Income this year over tttOOO. DAY .v. clark, il-i'j s spring. 4 tl>7ol W-11l ACRES.'! M lI.ES SOCTH OE CITY, •gl fine alfalfa.land, rill feto-ed 4-room house, barn, line How tug artesian welt sufficient 10 irrigate the win U pi co; adjoining land is hold at $200 per acre: theie would ie agmcd speculation in tli is to subdivide Into small tracts can seil thlSOI) casv terms. DAY .ii CLARK, 119. s. Sp, lnjb 4 |->oK SALE-5 ACRES VERY FINE LAND; I I J acres berries, halancj alfalfa. This is a bargain II you want, acreage call and see our list. We have lots of It. SMITH O'BRIEN, ■1 1-1! S. Broadway. 1 *oi; SALE, $.1 PER ACRE —940 ACRES FINE L Level land suitable for fruit or alialfa, iv the artesian belt only 1 mile Lorn railroad and town hi I.os Ange.es couutv. \ list be sold to settle au estate. DAY ik" CLARK, 119,, S. Spring. 4 |"OR SALE. $500-190 AC.RE HOMESTEAD A close to I'nlmdale, water dif'h oy er lanu: 100 acres good level land, balance roiling; stnail hous , plcutv of timber mud adjoining; has sold for Sou |«.r acre. DAY «,- CLARK, 1 l!l' ; , s. Spring. 4 IMJR SALE-$BOOO- Bl| ACHES INSIDE OF ■ city limits, southwest, nil set to bearing fruit of different varieties; line rt-room house ; this is a rare bargain for someone to sub divide. DAY ii CLARK. llOLjtt. Sprint* St. 4 si 11 ll Ml -CASH: RARE CHANCE TO BUY home; 1 7 rt < acres near Palms on ArnAZ tract; 5-room house, well, ouibulniiugs. 400 eucalyptus trees, family orebnril and 2bt'o grape vines, call on or address the owner, 800 Alameda st, 12-1,1 Iroß SA 1.10- ACRES, ONLY .TO miles from I.os Angeles: all good fruit.land: plenty of water; this is worth three times the price asked, but owner must ia:se money; halfcnsh. DAY tt: CLARK. 1 ill 1 j H. Spring st.'a ITtOR SALE 10-ACKK PEACH ORCHARD for sale: trees 9 years old; oncl: sed in good fence with rabbit netting; price, $110Uca.»h. Write J. MAN N'EPS, San Jacinto, Cal. 27 e-o d Ij*Oft~BAl.'E^"TiiE 'iIEST "aND "CHEAPEST 3 acres iv 'be city; plenty of water, and well suited for chicken ranch or dsirv pit rinses- a bargain. T. J. CUDDY. 201! X. spring ,t. 11-1311 17* OR SAI.~E—S«S;"F7 ACREhIiFtHE FINEST kind of alfalfa land, with water right near tho city and a great bargain: only Mil per acre. T, .1. CUDDY, 200 N, spring s.. U-IStJ LVHt SALE 140 ACRES GOOD LAXiTIVESt F side Ontario, at a hargain: reasonable tin) I itnod chance to make money hv subdividing' EDWARD ERASER, *U) ft Broadway 11 --J7tt CTiTT-: a 1 • 1 10mes-sui-ekiol! h:urrTrxiT J watered by Lake Hemel Water Co system' Ihe largest In S. Col. Mr toll particulars call on HEME! LAN D CO., Baker block. Mil 95 | ( i ACRES til- t.oon LEVEL LAND; EQUITY 1 S[ u!'l 'A.To?!!" ''"""ty, for eastern prop erty, 111-.N Vt 11 ITE, 21 W. ,-im s;. [ ,, 1 Olt-NTKAOrolli, ( IONRAD sen ER I! I!, c, R a Nlll ■:, 11 tiv mi N ; V.' ous ami asphalt pHving. 2:17 v. Flratst- UPUOLM I. UKII. TAS E. ALLEN, M \\U I'A CTURKR' OF UP. «J bolstered aoods, mattie,s t . a , etc.; cat pat titling and laying a specla ty. 0 31 s. Spring st.