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T*S LIKE FINDING MONEY To advertise in the Herald's classified columns. Make a start today, ard the result will induce a steady patron* one of these cnhinms. ♦ «♦♦♦♦♦♦« ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ X THE HERALD 1 f WANT COLUMNS t t FREE! \ | To Those ♦ ♦ Looking for ♦ ♦ Work. ♦ : I 3 Look under "Situations Wanted, ♦ % Male and Female." X ♦»»»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ SPECIAL I <DER SON," j 312 Soul!) Main stroct. The Inquiry ol the masses today is. 'Where to get the most goods for the least money?" Lewis Alderson study your wants and want your trade. Onr motto is n nays 1 cheap f r cash,' 1 nnd that answers all questions. When yon want anything in furniture or house fur nishings caN and see ns and you'll save money every time: try it. trtf XTotICE-WE CAN BUILD COTTAGES FOR lN one hundred dollars 19100) a room ; size of room, 12x12 ft; height of ceilings, loft.; two porches and one chimney included; house to be painted anil plastered two coals; w ill fur nish all necessary plans and specifications; estimates given on all classes of building. Ad dress I', Box 110, this ofliee, anil we wlil call ou you. NOTICE— THE I.OS ANOELES CITY WATER eompiny will strictly enforce the follow ing rules; 'ihe hours for sprinkling are be tween ti and S o'clock a. m. and li and 8 o'clock p. m. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a line of 92 will be charged before the water will be turned on again. 8-17 tf OLIVE _ LODGE NO" 2ti7~K NIGHTS OF Pythias-All members are hereby notified to be present at the next regular meeting on Thursday, December 13th. at 7 ;80 p. m„ sharp. Election of officers and other business off rest importance. Per order A. C. GOi.SH. C. C 9-12-13 Srt A MONTH—DRESS CUTTIN G "~AN D efrj, dressmaking schoo s, (141 s. Broadway Classes every day, How lo draft, cut, tit and put together ail kinds ot dresses. King's Ladies Unique French Tailor system taught. j 0 THE SAFITriErOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE Loan and Trust company ape enclosed iv a fire-proof and burg'ar-iiroof vault, with time locks and brilliantly lighted with electricity, alcoves attached tor ihe private examination of valuables, with writing materials; a young lady in attendance. 8-1 tf OEE THOSE BKAUTIFU(7~LbTS, WASHING- O ton, Maple aye.. Twenileth st., before you purchase; sold only to parlies building good homes. POINDEXTER at WADSWOMH, :«<*."> W. Second st. 1-10 ESMLN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC 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. i'riee, 92 per box. e"aKY _ UOOi s MA |... SOUND AND PAINT ed by IRW IS PORTER, 818 S. Los Angeles Bt All work- g arauteed. 12 fTMII RUSH —ROARIi ANI LOLG KG nOUBE; 1i wl ulit-hed; fui. ~ - heat and ah convtnieaces. 121 s. Bunker Hill, lm. EAT) TENTH ST., COR. GRAND AYE. ANY one wishing a good meal can earn it heare by chopping wood. I. il good wi n7plano~man UFA ct URE R; . pianos, church and parlororgans repaired and tuned. ' Factory, 50, Ceres aye. 11-lltl GRADUATE u"~S. ARMY _ 7cHOOf7 _ FOR nurses. References furnislied. Address D, J. LOVELL. Box:3(1, this ollice. Hi ItIACHINERY, DIES AND TOOLB MADE l\l and repaired. .1. YON SEEKEY, 216 S. Los Angeles st Tel. 933. li-1 Iti rp.U.K Wil li CLARK & "WRIGHT ABOUT X paints at 821 8. Spring at il-4u T7*OR PETROLEUM AND WATER METERS _F see J. E. KOEBERLE, 140 s, Broadway SPANISH DINNERS To order, syi To 92.50; regular dinner, 50c. 322 Wilmington st. l-VVA.NTEIjIT.IIHE L7a TT EN T~&~ AW NI NO 0 C 0.,) has removed lo 250 S, Main. I 1-25 f~ sloperT house mover, - office, • 12 Center place. l-'8 tf — t- = KTJSINKHS PERSONALS. RC)"a STeTToN our gigantic coffee roasler, .lava and Moclia, 35c lb; 24 lbs brown sugar, 91; 5 lbs good Japan ted, $1; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c; (i lbs tapioca, 25c; 10 llis raisins. 25c; (i apricots, 25c; 5 lbs tigs, 250: 5 11* prunes, 25c: (litis buckwheat, 25c; H lbs beans, '.:sc; can deviled ham, sc; brook trout, 15c; 3 cans oysters, 15c; 50 bars soap, $1; 501b sack Hour, Hsc; bacon, 11'.,c; pork, 9' 4 e: orange marmalade in bulk sc. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 S. spring street. 1)1' l\ SON AL - RALPH BROS.— < ;OLD~~ BAR flour. 00c; city Hour. 75c: granulated sugar, lit lbs .fl; brown sugar 22 llis .fl; 7 lbs rolled wheat or oats, 25c: sardines, 5 boxes 25c; tomatoes, 2 cans 15c; 7 bars Cerrnan family soap, 25c; eastern oil, 70c: "S.nllne, 70c; 4 p.ckages starch, 25c; lard, 10-lb can, 75c; 5 lbs, 40c. GOT S. Spring sireet, corner MXth. /PHASE'S MARK El 018 S LBS KJ boiling beet 25c£3 Ibi round steak, lfc; rib steak, Gc: sirloin, tenderloin or porterhouse steak, 12,' ac; stewing mutton, 3c; leg ol mut ton, Sc; rin or shoulder chops, 2 lbs 15c. Everything else in proportion, CHASE'S MARKET, tils S. Spring. MRS. ADAM.'- AND DEAN, FASHIONABLE dressmakers; tailor-made suits a specialty, mourning suns made on shot notice, reason able rales, goods furni.-lieil when desired. Rooms 21 and 22, U9J a S. Spring. 1223 m A WONDERFUL MEDICINE FriII"FEMALE irregularities Lorn whatever cause: it never tails to give relief or money refunded; 35 years' experience. Address DR. A. J. GIER NER, office iu7' v N. Main st., room 12. 11-31 tf TpERSONAL—A TEST CIRCLE THTS EVEN -1 ing by Prof. Leg H t },j s parlors, S. Broadway, Benefit ot First .•spiritual society. "BjERSONAL — PALMISTRY; ONE 11 AND .1 read iree; every hidden mystery revealed; life rend from cradle to grave without a mis take; 2 to S n.m. 111J4 VV. Third st. I;>e rson a L - """- - electro therapeutic baths; electric treatment scientifically given: magnetic and inns-age electricity, 25c. MRS. E. BOBBINS, 421 s. Main Bt 6mo HE A LTH~FORT i: NE, MA It IU AGE. CON suit MLLE. RITA, only scientific Palm ist, 053 South Broadway, cornet seventh. 20 M.ME LECROOi FRENCH DRESSMAKER, cor. S,-i■~nff and Main nexl lo cmliedral. PKItSONAIi. Y\7A N LTfiV^X( r i< IAI vv Winter for fun, by young man Irom cast. Address I, Box SU, ilns'oincc. 12 FACIAL BLEMISHES. _ CCPEI(y|,COCs'iTAIR,"wARTS AND MOLES .7 permanently removed by electricity; hours 11 to 1. Room 1, 202 S. Broadway. CONSULTING ENGINEERS. HENRY E. BRETT, MEcIIANKtAL" ENGI MCI >.ud draughtsman. 11l N. Spring. 10-15 lm HELP W»NTBII>-M»LK. 'SELL jf\ staple goods to dealers: experience un necessary; best side line 97.") a month Ssl crv and expenses or large commission mat c. Fjr sealed particulars send stamp. <;I.IHON SOAP MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Cincin nati, 0. ' va*- ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP, FREE TV employment or nnv information address E NTT'I INGER'S BUREAU, established 1880. Office, 319' i, S. Sp ing st.; residence, 4118 Hope st.. corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele phone 113. 5-10tl r<ITY~AND COUKTY OFFICIAL FREE I y labor bureau, 240 New High st., telephone 1153 for cooks waiters, household help, me chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, man ager; IMO.H Tji^ANTED-A FEW PERSONS IN E ACH t> place to do writing. Send stamp for 150 page book of particulars. .1. WOODBI RY, 127 W . Forty stcond St., N. Y. city. 10-7 ly VI" ANTEIT— TRUSTtVORTH V PERSON TO \\ travel, sa ary, 9780 and expenses; refer ence Enclose self-addressed stamped envel ope, Manager, box P, Chicago. 19 TJETTY, HI'MMEL tt CO, 300-302 WEST 1 Second st. Tel. 509. The best employment office in every way in Southern California. 7-12 H \V ANTED —* 00*01) ACCOUNTANT TO »» keep books during evenings. Address M. L POLASKI tt CO. 14 1 EMPLOYMENT AGENCY—MRS. SCOTT A Vj MISS MCCARTHY, ior* S. Broadway; tel. SI 9, 15 HELP WANTED — FEMALE. TV ; YE RN E S s7ITJ~fEA Cll LATIN, W Greek, piano, etc. 940; must be young and scholarly. LOS ANGELES TEACHERS' AGENCY. 12 BOSTON FEMALE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 353 s, Broadway, Los Angeles. Cat. i •lI'DATIONS TT AM 1K I>—.WALE. Deserving persons desiring employment will be allovfil to insert three lines, under this heading, tv o Hints Jree oj ehart/e. MAN TV wants position ss manager, ofliee mana ger or accountant. Address, M, box ao, this office. 15 \\T ANTED—EXPERIENCED NURSERY MAN >» would like pruning of orchard or vine yard by day or contract. Address B, Box 10, this ofliee. 12_ T\r"ANTED-.!APANESE WANTS SITUATION >t ss flrst-clan 'conk or waiter in inmily; city or country. Address IL V., P. O. Box obi. 13 \\T ANTET)—SITUATION BY BOY 18 YE \HS TV old lo do any kind ol honorable work; object,a home. Address HENRY, this office. 15 JAPANESE FLRST-CI.AS 1 COOK WANTS A rl situation in cily or country. Address V. M„ 211 W, Fourth. 13 ll' ANTEfl—WORK IN A STO^ForToFFICE. \y by steady boy 18 years old. J. D. 5.,G40 1 S S. Olive St. 12 \Y'.\NTED-RY MAN AND WIPE—WORK IN tl con nll y place :I' 7' . £ Commercial si. 13 Sill AITONN WA.sltli l 11111... Deserving persons desiring employment will be aUovoed to insert three lines for two insertions, under this heading, free o/ehari/e. WVNTED — A GERMAN GIRL WISHES \ place as cook or to do general housework. ( nil at or address No. 549 Maple aye., neiir Sixth st, 12 (T6OD DRESSMAKER FROM~ SA N FitA N- T cisco would like some more work at home; dresses made, 94. 5 4 Flower St., near Sixth, 10- 20 tf \I"ASTED -A POsTfToN IN A SMALL FAM *t ily to do light housework and assist gen erally. Address J, Box 30, this ottiee. 14 TT'ANTKD — BY A COMPETENT YOUNG It woman, housework In country: wn es. 920; references. Address c. s., this ofliee. '12 \\T ANTED ~ynUSG WIDOW, STRANGER, 0 wants position as housekeeper. 138U N. Spring St., room S, third floor. 13 \V AWM U— It Bit U.U IU, VY r ANTF^ I* Wehave a customer for a lot between Figueroa and Main, Twenty second and Thiit eth. SMITH ,t O'BRIEN. 12 147 s. Broadway, TIT A NTED TO PURCHASE— V I List your bargains w ill — SUITS tt O'BRIEN, 12 147 S. Broadway. IV A NTED-B ARgTi.NS" IN HOUSES AND *» lots business or vacant property, castl buyers; mcney loloari, lowest ra es. JOHN L, PAVAOVIt 11. 220 W. Fi st, lo \\' ANTED—TO PURCHASE; THE BEST 1 t bargains in l.os Angeles city real estate, business and residence property, M. F.O'liEA, it>3 s. Broadway. 12 8 if IV ANTED — B.Ut'IiATNS IN~i5rL I OTS AND II lands. W. 11. SALISBURY A CO. 1' W « NTED-AOKN I «. TI'"ANTED— AGENTS EITHER SEX. FOR It first-class office or household articles. J 0 i ls 818 IWN, (ill .-, sp Ing st. i_2_ WAN'TK.Ii—TO RENT. W "anted-cottage or flat not less than six rooms. If suited will make I lease. Address'stating location and terms m, Box 40, Ibis ollice. 11 WANTED TO It«NT-'l»;0 ACRES OF CORN Tl land. Apply 10 CLARK, 104 south Broadway. 1-1 W ANTED—TO. RENT A SMALL" RANCH II for Cash rent. W. 11. BAKER, 230' a S. Spring. 72 W «N 1 ED— w I LXl'il'ks" TO i EARN THE 11 McDowell dress culling system nt the MC DOWELL DRESSMAKING A A DEMY, 703! j s. Broaoway, branch of New York and San Francisco schools. Patterns cut to order. 11- lmo U'AM ED- HORSES AND MULES-* ILL II payenshor exchange city property ior lOOOoriesß young horses ,r mules W. 11, BAKER, 23ti', S. Spring sireet. 12 AND SILVER II nt highest market price, JUL WOLTER. monuincturing jewele , 122 s.Main st. 10-4 8m ll' A XI ED—100(1 SHARES OF CM.IFoiINIA II Oil company wi 1 payeaahor trade city properly. BAKER, 230' .j 8. Springstree . 12' V|7ANTED—HOUSES TO BUILD BY ROBT. II li. COATES, building contractor, 20-1 s. Broadway, Los Angeles, cal 12-15 T1 T ANTED—A ~ FE STpRI VATE BOARDERS 11 al Xo. 224 Boyd st. 13 \\ T "A XTE D- PA IXT ERST< I SEE TH E ~ EX II celsior paints at trJl S. Sp ing si. 123 Fllt v I' IJRK. rpilE LOS ANGELES FURNITURE "cX- X change, 351 N. Main, is the j.-lace to buy or sell your furniture, carpets; for first-class upholstering: goods stored and s Id on com mission: lir.t-class stock tmd popular prices. C. E. BL'ELL. 1 tf ■\l KW SECOND-HAND STOKE WANTS GOODS IT EfCHISON .t: LANE, (117 S. Spring st. M KEKSUII » I'M ROODS. TIAIuir~K()YNE - MAnTj]fTc^M<Eß~lh7^ 1 and canes, German sport pipes, German cigar and cigarette holders in meerschaum and wetzel wood. Meerschaum goods re pnuvd. 25i; South Broadway, ID-2 59 PI ANON. I'lil: SALE -bTrgAINS -1 STAND tit I. I P- I right piano, slightly used, 92(15; 1 Fischer piano 111 good condition, 9185; 1 School organ, in good condition, 925. KOHLER & CHASE 233 South Slu ing street. 11-11 tf po l; BALE — ELBG ANT NEW UPRI Gil *T I piano; will take board and room in part : fxctmiiKc. Address.!, box Su. tbis ollice. HIOVES KKPAIKKI). jpinCAGO REPAIRING C0.,-JAS. MAYOR, 153 W. F'ilih street. Repairs made for any stove in the I. s. Patterns made to order. 15 fi ASOLINE STOVES CLEANED, REPAIRED T 1.1. ULACKMAN, 403 S Spring st W ATC H ]\IA X WEIKK. /-10 I.D FILLED WATCHES AND~JEWELRY at tempting prices at W. J. Getz' jewelry yore, 339 It-oadwny HEAL ESTATE. lIELL A SABICHI,"~REAI. AND It insurance agents; money loaned at six Hi) per cent. 205 West 1 bird strew. 12-7 ll ELECTRICAL NACHINEKy, A UG. WAGNTERE, ELE(:TITII7AirMXcT?TNE -fV works Maf'r of •' -etric apparatus. 143 W. Fifth st.; tools and line mauhin- works. 7-4 LAWN PUTTING. & CO., IV ers; lawn laying aud cutting a specialty; gardens cared for by the month on reasonable gjrms. Address 200 S. Main st, Los Angeles. tOS ANGELES HERALL", WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12. 1894, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. o"YO(7~vV~Xt~ r OF any kind? Do you want to sell your busi ness quick? See us. We buy, sell and ex change everything, hotels, rooming houses, restaurants, dry goods, grocery and shoe stores, hardware, drugs aud cig.r stores; ba- j keries, delicacy stores, fruit stands, livery sta bles, wood and coal yards, wholesale commis sion houses, mines, manula' uring business, etc. CITIZENS' INVESTMENT COMPANY . incorporated, real estate, loans, bonds, stocks and investments. Business investment de partment, lilt South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. H_ GOOD CHANCE —PARTIES HAVING FROM 9100 upward to Invest can purchase the exclusive right of a quick-selling article that pays over 200 par cent profit: can easily clear lf3*to 95 a day; Investigate this. Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First su 12 4 tf D"alßy"a"n""d~MlLK ROUTE, HORSES. WAG ons, cows, everything included, with lease on 35 acre» of land; old established route; paying over 9100 a month profit BEN WHITE. 151 w. First st. 12 tf Jfc i , 1 -_sh6e~~ja"ker's SHOP, TOOLS, MA •PIZ«) chines, everything complete, with a good paving iradc: good chance ior a shoe maker. ' see BEN WHITE, 221 W.First st. rati 1-iOR BALE— S#oobuys an established and legitimate business paying SlOO per month net. SMITH & O'BRIEN, ] 2 147 S. Broadway. WORTH 9400 ISOCERY STORE WITH 2 LIVING ROOMS; IT sec this chance. Apply BEN WHITE, an W. First Bt lv EN WHITE, 221 W. FIRST ST., HAS properties of every description for sals and exchange from istOO to List your property with him. ltl «•>< tA—FRUTT, CANDY AND CIGAR STORE; The very best place ill the city; nice, comiortable living rooms; rent low; see this. T. M. KILLIAN, 2iB W, First st 12-2 tf ~-CIGAR STORE / \NLY 9.500: WORTH SJ800; DON'T MISS V / tnis bargain. B. vYHiir., 22i V». Firsi si. 1 tf STORE FOR SALE— Business suitable for gentleman or lady; price, 92*0, more or less; will invoice if tie sired. Call at 4SI S. Spring st. l.tf |7> OR S A LE —W E 5 AYE " SEVER A L GR 0 r cerv stores listeil with us for sale. Call ant we wlil show them to \ou. & KIOUS, 302 S. Los Angeles st 2 5-0 -iynn~ s ale—a' boa r d ing "hocse : p art 1 cash; 17 rooms: low rent; price only 950. 1. D. BARNARD, 117.., S. Broadway. 12 1-iOR CANDY," FRI IT AND CIGAR I store; central, 3 good living rooms; 9350, I. D. BARNARD, 117 L, S. Broadway. 12 I "OR SALE—LODGING HOUSE. 20 ROOMS; on Hill st.: this is a bargain ; 9IGOO. 1. D. BARNARD, 117' 2 S. Broadway. 12 iTvorTa'le~a"frt ii and — c6>imissio"n 1 business; horse and wagon; bargain; 9175. 1. D. BARNARD, 117'jS. Broadway. 12 TF YOU WISH TQ DISPOSE uF YOUR BUSI -1 ness without delay for cash, alw ays go lo I. D. BARNARD, lI7H S. Broadway; IS IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOU It BUSINESS 1 quick forensh. see SPEARS 4 MONTAGUE 117 S. Broadway. Hi I-Oil BALE -ROOMING HOUSE OF 37 I rooms; good location. Address E, box4u, this ollice. 14 rjv»~ BE LL YOfil ItfSINE-S (JfICK, SE B L ERNST ti CO., new ottiee, '13 W. Third st. 11-1 oil 17or s.\iTiF^iiomF. riAkeiTy and"deli- i 1j eacy store; a bargain. fiISS. Broadway. j3 T) EST AU RANT; ONLY 'f.M; NICELY I J\ equipped, ti. WHITE, 221 W. First, ltl | & I •>!)1 \—SaT(KI S~; pTi S WEL ~. BEN I 3M..HHF WHITE, 221 W. First st Itf w'WIl LODGING HOUSE, 18 ROOMS. B. j WHITE, -iti W. First St. 1 ti 5Ti 111—CAN DV AND FRUIT STORIS. 11. W IUU WHITE, 221 W. Fitst s , U-J2 If n lit V A 1, (NESS OF ANY KIND APPLY ! Jm to li. WHITE. 22l W. Firsts;. 13-ti .) SELI.tiUICK FOR CASH Go TO B. WHITE, 1 _ SMI W. First st. 13-tf ] )HK KICW— ttt'V -I'M. I -"OR REST - Til XX ' NMSGTON FLATS, 411 ' ami tlßTompio street near court huu-,e; A and tl rooms euch ; all i c latest uioueru i - I proveinents: the iluaaihiesl part oi the city. \ See J. F. HENDERSON, o\,ner, ,43 bt rpMlg street 12-utf I,'Olt RENT- IF YOU WANT TO RENT YOUR I' House quick, list at once with t PEARS ,t Mun iai ; ue, 1 ,' s Rroartw ny. 1 " KGlIt I. | N ■ —MIMI U4, N""icki.y*~fci:nishei> kooms~*with or Wilhoul board, at the lenovate '. a- ,1 new ly managed i hi.ou house. .Newly fur ished Ihroughou-, pleasant sunny rooms at reason able rates. 231 No. o'oadwav .0 ' irOS re: i -unfurnisiikd7SUNNY. CAR- V peted rouins, with houaokeepiiig privileges; large lawn; reasonable; UO ehildien. OHftl.t. ' Sluing si. l--ttf i pint reni pleasant furnished | rooms Good board. Prlva'e family. Best part of city; 4 (> » . Twnnty-drat st.. i do rs we tol Grand avenue ram, l-i-'!<s 'pJIE NASIIVII.LF, "3G WINS lON ST.: I'j 1 blocks from poatofllce; coiufortuble rooms; rates cheap. DENVER,"I3B N.'MAIN STR EFT: FINE L furnished rooms; 91.50 pr week and 11,.; center uf cily. rpilE PARKER 4?4 W. FOURTH STREET; X nicely furnished nans, single or eh suite. 1 t - 4 1 in l-01l RENT —FURnTsIIED ItOOMS. REASON- j jf able. THE SMITHSONIAN, 312 H. Hill st I 20 poll RE NT - i Tl; XI.-11 KM It 00 MS \V ITII r bath ; near to business. 710 W. Second st. tl / 1 RAND PACIFIC. 423 SOUTH SPUING ST.; ' I line iarne rooms; f3 per week and up. roii KKjir— orriiiKs. BPRING ST., 2 NICE Of fice rooms, carpeted. Apply 100 m 7, 321'j S. Spring si 0 i FOX KKM-MlsCkl.l, tsKlllls (mirner"sToreTn j 1 Boy.c Heights, No. 1 827 H. First st; only 915 per month. Apply VV. GROSSER, above store, or 130 S. Broadway. 12 0 tf pOR RENT -1(10 At RES OF CORN LAND. Apply lit forenoon to 1840 8. Olive at 15 LOST AMI Kit Nil. DEC. 7TH. i* 1 s04 —A horse and buggy by a man named Burke Borris, a bay hor-e 14' 2 .10 15 hands high. 8 years old, 050 to lOOOlbs. 0. R. on hip, side Bar Buggy, rubber top, black box, dark green running gem. yellow stripe. A re ward will be paid ior return. FRANK CLOS. 13 I OST—STRAYED AWAY FROM VERNON \j on Sunday morning, my horse Billy; bay, 1 white hind ioot, white spot, on nose; weight about lion lbs. Please return or send word to Vcriiondalc store or to MARK DAVIDS, 111 Reqiiena st, 12 1 (IST UN OB ABOUT NOVEMBER IGTH, \j Bank Book No 153,011 of the Hlbernla Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco. By returning same to this office finder will be suitably rewarded. 14 11OUND —BA y PONY, COR. WASHINGTON JT and Alameda sts., Sunday; 3 white feet; owner can have same by proving property and paying expenses. I". D. HARTNETT, above ad dress. 15 IIOUND-A rOCKETBOOK ON S. SPRING sireet. Owner can have same by calling at 1339 South Main and paying for this adver tisement. 12 L~bsT^s prrz dog; answers to ti ie name of Fritz. Return to 012 Twelfth st., und receive reward. 12 liioT Nll-Tllli BEST PLACE TO LIST PROP jTerty of all kinds is with W. H. BAKER, 23ti} 2 Spring street, 12 pol'Ml-SAM, THE CHAMPION HORSE JT clipper. North Broadway. 11-25 lm s.'Kl 1 tI.ISIS "Vfl,S. WEAVER JACKSON, MANICURING 111 for ladies and gentlemen; specialist in complexion department; electrolytic removal oi superfluous hair. 200-7-8 Stimson block; tel. 1250. 3-15-95 AM)RUFF PERMANENTLY' CURED; Ex" animation free; also chiropody, manicur ing, shampooing, etc. VACY STEER, ISlk S. Broadway. 12-13 D~~ R. rTg. COLLINS. OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN, with the L. A. Optical Institute, eyes ex amintd free. 125 S. Spring st 5-30 tf TAR. J. H. RYAN, EYE, EAR, NOSE AND 1J thront, etc., removed to 2Q2, Stimson bik. OABIiVN WOOD WORK. H^ENRYTfEERDT— GARDEN WOODWORK a specially. 1018 S. Main st. FOR 8 A Lay—CITY PROPKKTY. ESTABLISHED 1887. & KENNEDY, REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, 134 South B.oadway. Telephone 682. No. J2lB-58J.4 acres at Riverside; the finest place in southern California, and paying a handsome income; 28 acres in full bearing or anges, 7 acres lv lemons, balance in grapes; line house cost $7000; the show place ol Riv erside; offered for a short time at agrcat sacri fice; price on application. No. 1210—10 acres at Redlands, on Citrus av enue; solid to finest variety of oranges in bear ing; deeded water in abundance; price only $3500. No. 1814—10 acres en Y'ermont avenue, a little south of thtscliv; good rich soil, no al kali; on line of railroad; cheap at $1000. No. 1210—20 acres solid to oranges, just In bearing, with 8 acres peaches set between: good farm house and barn: plenty deeded water; a decided bargain at $600.*. No. 1212—20 acres onMainstreet; 12acres in tine stand alfalfa; b-lance in young fruit trees; new house and barn at the low nrice of $275 per acre. N0.1208—32 acres atGardena,the homcof the strawberry; rich soii, deeded water and new 8-room house; new barn, 24x40, aud all farm implements. Largely ,et to lemons and straw berries; 3 acres of the latler produced 32,000 boxes, and now paying from $4U io $50 per day: on account of sickness is offered at $275 per acre, If you want a productive home see this. No. 1202—225 acres orange and peach or chard at Redlands iv bearing; delightiul lo cation, excellent soil, plenty of water, good buildings, incomo ov. r per year. Just the thing for a colony to cut up In 10 and 20 acre homes. See us about this. No. 1200—00 acres at Frostle s Cahuenga: finest lemon and winter vegetable land: now rented to market gardeners for #12 per acre; offered vi $iui> per acre i'ur a aliOit fiiue. Let us show you this. No. 1193—10 acres at Hollywo-d on the National boulevard: in cultlvai on; price. $2 0 per acre; every inch A i land, and|so per acrs below the market. No. 1193—100 acres, being a selection from the best part of the Baldwin ranch . 45 acres iv oranges, just bearing: good loam soii, deeu ed water, good house, large barn; offered at the price of unimproved land; a good invest ment. No. 1191-9 acres at Tropico, just in bearing fruits: loam soil; deeded wate ; 5-room house and bam; 3 miles from this city; price, $3000. No. 119"--IS acre* at frostless Eagle Rock, all in assorted fruits, just bearing; best oi soil; price, $4OOJ. No. 1188—10 acres, >olid to apples, peaches and pears in bearing; 10 miles from this cily, 1 mile from railroad station; at $ 50 per acre; one crop will nearly pay for the place. No. 1175—40 Seres, 20 miles southeast of thi city solid to sell shell wnlnus. will bear some next season; 35110 peach trees telweeu produced 2 tons peaches this season; sandy loam soil; v bargain a $1 25 per acre. No. HBO—I3 acres, llnest alfalfa ranch at El Monte: fenced, new 5-rooni liuiiscnnd barn; everything in tint-class shape; pr.ee, only $2uO per acre; cheap ots3sj. No. 1101 -10 ceres at Coviua, comer of two line avenues; all set to navel oranges ml Eu i reka lemons, with 2IM 00 bedded nursery stock ; ti-100111 bouse and deeded water; only I $tsti-.; decided bargain. No. 1138—50 acres at Eagle Rock: foo hill land, commanding view, frostle s: about hall iv bearing deciduous Iruits, mo tly Kelsey i plums; house, l.am, wet , etc.; 30 minutes' ! drive from city; price 91- ,1,00. No. mo-ono acres at CbatSWOith Park,rich 1 soii; level laud, now in grain: well adapted to 1 fruits ( peaches olives, grap s. aprico s, eic;: i price if'lo per acre: very cheap. No. 1125—G0 acres on Western avenue, just 1 west of ihecily; good rich toil; level land; ! 1 i r.ee S2H . ocr acre. No. 1 1 58 —10 neres at Coviua: rich chocolate ! soil; lo shares water; set soliil 10 Eu eka J lent ns 2 years old, witn ~,o«G trees iv nur se, ry read . tumid; new, modern G-room cot- j ' tage: price iHIUOu; simp bargain, sale. ;No 114 —'O acres, ccr mr J lineavenue , sol- j 1 id to bearing navel nr»ngvs; good soil, plenty 1 water, iv the citrus b-u aline property, v ry J cheap: price ir*J.J • ; so; lis about t.iis. ( No. 11' 3--9.«'ll0 buys a moilcl 15 ocreorange j prove i 1 1 earing; rich loam soil, deeded water ill cement ditch : line 2-stoiy house. Ihlsplace I will pi.y for lUuil in 3 seasons. No 1035 -$17 1 per acre for choice orange nnd j lemon land, with deeded water, on Grange ' avenue, covina; lieu loam soil: will furnish . choice Q-tiuge and lemon trees, delivered on j the land for setting at ior each. ! No. 1 1 0 — Iflf acres at Sierra Madre.choiee foot I hiil laud,' ne.irly frosiless and logics*. 9 a res II s-lid to lemons just in bearing: a desirable ! 1 lace: very cheap at $;iiiOO. j N". 10 9 - OO acres choice farm In 1111 ar El j Monte: rich soil, now iv corn and gene si farm ! use; splendid fruit land; just the ihingtosub -1 divide: • very loot would sell in tne next 4 \ months; price $luu per acre. We have several large ranches, suitable for 1 subdivision i-outaiuiug fnun iO 00.* to 4n,tHiO acres at prices ranging from $5 to $12 per 1 acre, and will furnish desciption on applies- I lion. I 9-. 2 N O R'l O N & KtNX E D Y. ! / 1 RIDER A: DOW'S J ADAMS l-T. TRACT, I HE BEST OF ALL. Lots 50 to Go feel. $28,000 in street Im provements alone. Four so-foot streets, one lou foot street, all graded and gravelled, ce ment walks and curbs; streets sprinkled, I water mains laid and shade trees planted j Beautiful Adams street 82 feet wide, und j Twenty-eighth sireet 100 feet wide, lined with I palm nces. 1 entrol avenue, four miles long and sO feet wide, with a double-tracked elec i trie road, runs through the center of this tract: only 15 minutes' ride from s cond and I Bprlng streets. The Maple avenue electric I road is within two blocks. 150 lots sold since June Ist. Rich sandy loam; no mud. Examine this tract. See the large number of beautiful homes built in the last four months. A per sonal examination will satisfy any buyer os lo its merits. Lols are $250, $300. $3>f>, $4uo and up, on easy terms, till January Ist, when pricef. will be advanced lake the Central ; avenue cars, comer of Secoud and spring } streets, to Adams street, Agents at our branch Oibce on the comer of central avenue and Adams street, will show the property. For views of the tract, maps and all information, w rite or call on us. Free carria es at all times. 12-Glf GRIDER & DOW, 109'j S. Broadway. Telephone 1299. FOR SALE —BY OWNER— Just west of Westlake park, 160x172; 9 room house, Urge bam; orange, lemon and j deciduous fruit trees; lawn, shrubbery, etc.; an elegant home; price $4500. . 13-room house, rented all the time for $31 per month, situated 4 blocks west of First and Spring; on electriccar line; lot faceslfope and Bunker Hill aye.; price $32511. 7-room house at 210 N. Alameda st.; lot 45x 150, rented for $25; price $3000. Nice lot on Ie .nsylvania aye. near San Ben ito st.; 50x150 to an alley; all street work paid; only $sOO. 3 lots on Belmont aye., north of Temple st.; 40x140 to an alley; street graded, curbed and sidcwalked and seiver laid and all paid for; these are extra nice lots; only $750 each. 20 lots iv Grider At Dow's Adams st. tract, from $200 to $1600 each; better take one of these soon; they wont last long. 20 acres nice, level land, south of Inglcwood, on one of the laterals of the outfall sewer; cheap at $05 per acre. Horses of all kinds bought, sold and ex changed, and all kinds of sireet improvements done on short notice in lirst-class manner. 12-12 tf MILES DODD, JR., 213 W. First St. OTRABBURG & TA YNE, GENERAL REAL O estate dealers. Special bargains in coun try and city property at all times. Our exchange list is large and varied, and should be examined by a:l who have anything to trade. BTRASBURG <fc PAYNE, 254 South Broadway. IS I CKA— BEAUTIFUL NEW HOUSE, 765 '!PlO«)U Kohler street; 6 rooms, bath, pat ent water closet, large pantry, china closet, solid oak mantel, French plate mirror; jewel of a home; cement walk; sweet graded; curbed; shade trees; easy terms; a bargain. W. J. FISHER, 227 W. Second St. 12 7 tf HOUSES ON INSTALLMENTS IN ALL parts of the city, or will build to suit you. BARLOW & SHERWOOD, 123 8 Broadway. ITiOR SALE—LOT ON BYRAM BTREET, BE -1 tween Tenth and Eleventh street, $320. Lots near Twentieth and Figueroa $850. Can you.beat that'.'BA KER, 236" v S. Spring. 12 FOX aALK-CITY PROPERTY. FOR SALE BY "JOHN H. fOXE, 807 & BROADWAY. 70 Icet R. Spring $250 30 feet E. First $100 80 feet YV. Seventh $250 70 feet S. Broad* ay $500 25 feet E. First $200 48 feet W. Thirteenth $16 00 feet S. Spring $500 100 feet E First $150 70 feet San, Pedro $150 30 feet S. Hill $200 1 have a lone; li t of residence* ranging from $5 Oup to $75,i.00' fall and get particulars. Vacant lots on nearly every street in the city. Residence near Twenty-third, cast of Main, on installments. Two lots on Sivfe-nth s*., very cho n. Have 8-room residence on \V. Washington large grounds, that can be bought at one-third its market valu . One of the llnest ranches in Southern Cali fornia at a great sacrifice. JOHN H. COKE. 207 S. Broadway. 12-0 1! fTiOtt t-ALE—BY WmTf. BOSB YSII ELL, JT 110 S. Broadway. 7-room house, \V. ; eventh St.. new, modern. 10-room house, lirst class, large lot, ba-n, etc., W. Seventh st. t 7-ro m hove. i ew and raoder.', in Bonnie Brae tract. several business propert'es. 14 L'bS .-ALE— $250': Grand avenue, inside of Tw Ifth st.; new house; 5 rooms; elegant lot: well im proved; lawn, etc.; on cable oaf line. Here is a barg in worth investigating. Must be sold alonee. Ml GA R v I X," HAY A CO., 1j 218 S. Broadway. | pit SALE- ~ $1500; house of 5 room ; large lot, 50x170, j '<» alley: on bill; rlnie iv :on payme its of (*Ju j ! per month. W thout intetod. i:-- -ons for sac - | J rid ing. sh . i e-s in family a d must sell al i j oi.e :. Thlsw.il le.tr insp -.lion. Aico.vnVii', HAY ,v CO., j | 10 218 S. Broadway. j i ' f>OR RALE— IN LOS ANtSE" ES CITY, TWO I 1 re's-., - and extending'from Mlo.mi lo Le ! Roy ttru'Jts; nys large frontage on southern Pt- I ei.,c aiul - aula Eeia.lro ds; linestl cation in j t.ie city for factory or warehouse purposesj wiilseliit li i rga:n. or lease ior lerm of years, CLARK A BRYAN, 1.7 w c,t Third. U-iii | 11'iR SAI.E-AN KL*<IANT 2-BTOKY Ho USE ] I* o .ver story all finished in bard wood; line; luatitefs andextr.i good plumbing; this is one of Ihe preltlrst'hiiines In be city nnd is locate t j !in Ihe fashionable portion thereof lv the j lively South Bonnie brat* tract; we are offer- I ing i iiis property at a great bargain CLARK I BRYAN, 1.7 Wes. i bird srec . 0:2 j i-oli SALE-ONE MAN'S LOSS IS ANOTHER ! 1. . man's gain, nud it w ill < c yours if you a t ■ i|iakly lv availing y. urVelt of the nto 50ft. ; lot on'i weniv-eigh'h st., near Figueroa st., al , lesstb ll I's Value. CLARK A: BRYAN. I*7 | West I bird street, U-12 i/cr sw.i- I is-rs . buys an 8 room house between Fig ueroa nud Uraltd ftv, i ■ is uot a pa ace, but it was obtained by foreclosure and Is a bargain for a short time onh . 12 SMITH & O'BRIEN, 147 . Broadway. FOR SAI.E-AT A BARGAIN; A FEW LOTS iv the Grosser tra t, Central aye.. East Fourteenth and Newton st-., for only $4 ill each, on easy terms. 'I hese lols are si> feet frontage on graded streets. Cnll on owner lor maps, etc. WM. GROSHh 11, 130 S. Broadw ay. 12 5 tf ITiOR SALE. $30:)0-<nX '80 FEET—A FINE "" lot on west s de ol Grand iveuue, near Ad ams street; this is the hue t loomed property in the city, and is offered at a. great bargain. CLARK Ai'BRYAN 127 West Third street. 9-12 IE OR SALE-FINEST LOTS IN BONNIE i Brae from $1801) to $2500: loi on Twenty drst near Figueroa, $8:5: lot on Pico near Union, $650; lets on Vernon and Albany be low Pico, $65tt Mcknight & clay, 252 s. Broadway. I Hilt SALE-HOUSE ANT' LOTS ON THE . installment plan; close in easy terms. A S-rooin cottage, modern, $1 300. Lots on' Ninth street for $100; only $10 cash $i 0 monthly, no into,est. BAKER, 230}jf S. Spring street. 12 FOR SALE—MODERN 10-ROOM HOPS*, stab c, lawn, Howers: lot 50x150, cement walks, etc., on Twenty-tifth street, near Grand avenue, at a great bargain for short time, as owner is leaving the city. F. A. HUTCHIN SON, 213 W. First st. 12-2 lm T/OR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, A NICE 60- JF foot lot on clean side of Twenty-third sireet, near Grand avenue; owner wants money, and we mean busines-; sec us. CLARK & BRYAN, 127 West Third street. 9-l ! 17' OR SALE—HOUSE ON THIRTY-FIRST ST.; JT 5 rooms, 1 h, gas; lawn; tile walks and graded streel, ueautit'ut home; price, $2200; $500 cash, balance payments to suit. DEN VER BUILDING CO., 237 W. *irst St. 11-7 tf FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN; A BEAUTI fiII home elegantly furnished, on Hope st.; a map bargain, as owner must leave the city in a few days, BELL It SABICIII, 205 W. Third st. 10 I/O 11 SALE—LOOK THIS UP AT ONCE; A I I Hue deep lot on the clean side of Twenty tifth street, near Grand aye., for only iSl2i O. CLARK & BRYAN, 127 West Third st. 9-12 A" BARGAIN—AN ELEGANT HOME AND A large lot located on South Pearl st : must be sold at once. BELL ,v BABICHI, 205 W. Third st IB 1-~OR SALE —$2300 —ON WINFIELD STREET, " near West Lake. Brand new, modern cot tage, 11. At. c. water, etc.; easy terms. BRAD SHAW BROS., 139 S. Broadway. 12-9 |/OR SALE-f23OO—SOCTIFOLIVE; LARGE r Go foot lot; just the place to improve for income. BRADoIIAW BROS., 139 8. Broad way. 12-9 Wed Frl. IL LANDS—WE HAVE THE BEST OIL lands in thestaie, and if you wish to buy or lease call and see me. BAKER, 23b],.: S. Spring street. 12 l/ollliALE-THE BEST SPECULATION IN JT the city. Fine lots at auction December 12th by C. A. SUMNER & CO., 134 S. Broad way. 12 ISoR SALE —$100 OR WHAT YOU OFFER lat auction for some choice oil lots Decem ber 12th. C. A. SUMNER & CO., 134 & Broadway. 12 fOR Ldf&~"lN Diamond-street tract at auction December 12th. 0. A. SUMNER <fc CO., 134 a Broad way. 12 FOR SALE—S23OO —FINE 6-ROOM MODERN cottage, Sixth st.; easy terms. BRADSHAW 8R05.,137; S. Broadway. 9-11-13 ITIORISALE— INSTALLMENTS, 5-ROOM~COT ( tage. close in, $1100. POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, 305 W. Second st. 1-1 '95 FOR SALR-Cny PKOPBRTT, JT 5 room cottage, lot 68 x 160, $950. 5 room cottage with grass, 1800, 5 room house, southwest, $1300 5 room ho,;se, southeast, $1150. 4 room houso, Twenty-first St., $1050. - 10 room hove, W. Seventh it., $8000. 7 room house, W. Seventh st., $6500. 14 room house, Ingraham st.. $10,000. Some of the shove can bo bought by small cash payment and monthly. EDWARD ERASER, 13 210 s. Broadway. tM)R SAL* — XEW 5 ANDt.'-ROOM COTTAGES on University electric line; baths, water closets, mantels and all modern conveniences; largo lols, cement sidewalks; prices $1450 to #1/00; small cash payment «nd monthly In stallments. THOMAS S. EWING, owner, 110 S. Broadway. It I Sob sale— We have a 5 room houso on W. Adams St., at present renting for $25 per month that can be bought ior $lf>oneash and $1000 in month ly paymenti of $22.50. SMITH ,t O'BRIEN, 12 147 S. Broadway. OUSES FOR SAL&-SEVERAL NEW houses in southwest part of city; for sale cheap. M. E, O'PEA, 103 S Broadway. 12-8 tf FOX SAI.K—COUNTRY PKOPJtKT*. J7IOR SALE— No cash Required for Five years 2}i mik . :outh * Of the cily. We handle property strictly on commission. Look everywhere else and then come to us. We have property In every part of the city and cotintry'ttlany pr cc you want it. in, vii .(• n too INS * 118 W. First st 12-12 M I'"/OR8 ALE-ORANGE ORCHARDS, 5-YEAR -1 old; line crop ol fruit, piice. $500 per acre; one orchard 0 years old, $oOj per acre; have very line grove at Alhaiuhra for sale; a sightly place iora home; price, $500 per acre. A pretty home at Eagle Rock 3.1 acres: price, $8000. Improved properties at Duarte, Co viua, Glendora, Pomona, Ontario, and a lew at 11 iglilands and Redlands. the Pomona Real Estate Exchange can furnish you with any kind oil nd you want. ELMO R. MESERVE, 109 S. Broadway. 20 F t 6r~sale~To acres fN^niK - blue rib bon orange belt at Duarte; between Gaud 7 acres set out to best varieties of oranges, m re than two-lhi ds full bearing, 9 shares in tbe best water right in S uthei n Calilornia; small house; ono of the best sites lor a home iv the San Gn'rici valley; magnificent view; just tho right elevation: moderate price; terms easy, Address OTHEMAN STEVENS, this Office, il Otf I/OR SALE—AN ELEGANT NEW COLONIAL 1 cottage of live room, ou Twenty seventh street, with bath, closets and nil modem con veniences; good stable; cement walks, .street graded; price low: terms reasonable; must sell: look at this co tage before purcha-ing elsewhere. R. THRELKHLD or EDWIN smith, 2 >t s. Broadway. ll 1/ OR SALE- THE ONLY* PAYING CROP IN f California la walnuts, lo acres softshcll walnuts, 3 veai old, $.000. It) acre- walnuts. 1 and 4 years old, $2000. a M iHi-One-tlilid cash, 00 acres o< No. i al falfa land. 3D in a inlfa, 5 in assorted fruit, all fenced good : 4-coom house, large barn, no al kali. W. 11. BAKER, 23ll l . J S Spring. 12 I Ok SALE- OIK AT TIIIS-$2OO BU • S V rellnqulslim nt of 140 acres cb'se to palrc dAle, If sold this week: laud adjoining is sell ing nit $ 0 net acre: owner non-resident and most sell; ibis is a homestead, DAY" A: CLARK, 119';, s Spring. 13_ C">lia PER ACRE-33 ACRES ALFALFA 3_Uul ,nd at El Monte; good house, barn, .2 hogs. 2 horses and wagon, all the imple i mcull for farming: one-third set to alfalfa; ' w .11-ell (or part cash, balance easy time; this lls a snap. A. 1). REXEIto, 213 s. Spring. 14 ! I?OK S.VI.R—IO aCRRS| BEST OF ORANGE ' r or den dttOUS frui land; fine location lor a I home; good community; within lia f mile of I rallroaa station and postorßoe; plenty of water I underpressure. For n few "ays only, at $400 for the whole 10 acres Address S. A. W,, box 37. Alessandi o, Cal. 14 |->OK SALE-ALFA IFA RANCHES; 10 I I acres alfalfa: good house and barn; the best small ranch In California, $3000. 5 acies nlialfa: large house, barn and some fruit trees, $1160. W. H. BAKER, 23d' 3 S. | spring. ♦» ! l/ 011 - SALB~I!i RIVERSIDE COUNTY, 1 cheap homus; superior fruit land, wa sred by Lake llcniet Water Co.. tho largest waier system in Southern Callfjrnia, Call HEMET LAND CO., Baker block, L. A. | -sor" BALK—ib-ACRE- PEACH orchard 1 ior sale; trees (1 years old; end'sed in good fence with rabbit netting; price, $1100 cash. Wrile J. MANNERS, san Jacinto, Col. 27-c-o-d , iiiE.tr llo^lEs^-st;pEßlolt^FlTl'TT^LA^'D, V.' watered by Lake Hemet Water Co. syslcm, llio largest in R Cal. For full particulars call on HEMET LAND CO., Baker block. 1-19 95 |/0R SA.I E—T46" ACRES GOOD LAND WEBT X side Ontario, at a bargain; reasonable lim ; aood chance to make money by subdividing. EDWARD ERASER, 216 s. Broadway 1 t-27tf I/OR SALK—~ALFALFA RANCHEsToF ALL V sizes and easy terms. I have the best lot of ranees for sale in the state. Call and see me. W. H. BAKER, 230'.j S. Spring. 12 LANDS—WHY DO YOU I T buy when you can get a home free? I will locate you on a homestead. W. 11. BAKER, ■. 30U S. spri ug street 12 FOX KaLK-I.IVK STOCK. 1 20 head of gentle horses, s'.ngle or double, from $30 1111; 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 Pedro sts. 11-20 lm 1/OR SALE AND EXCHANGE— I'TNE SINGLE and double drivers, buggies and harness. B. F. BACON, rear 50j couth Broadway. I/OR BALE-H ENGLISH - SETTER" PUPS. JT Call at 847 Bl ENA VISTA st. 20 Flllt Sail. MIM'KI.I.ANitOCS. l/irjiT^ATE~^^v~^^ portieres, furniture, g-soline stove.refriger ator, dishes, etc. Call at house, No. 43s E. Twenty-eighth st. 12 1/OR "SALE "OR - EXCHANGE FOR LIVE 1 stock—Buggies— jump scat and three seater also a splendid li-year-old, black surrey horse. Call or address McGARRY, 1624 E. Btll it. 1/OR SALE—I, OLIVs"tREEsTn~vX X I rietv; all sizes; choice and clean. Address owner. "L. L. NEWERF, 236' 3 S. Spring St 10 I/OR SALE-UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD AS X new: aborgoin. 1813 WI ntield Si 12 IjS-OR SALE — 150,000 OLD POSTAGE ' stamps, cheap. T., box 26, this ofliee. l/orTsAiJC-OLD papers "n quXxtitVes X to suit, at this ollice, BICYCLKS. in"Tk>Tbt IV ride a Keating. Style correct, quality correct, price correct. HAWLEY, KING & CO., 210 and 212 N. Main st. ULBKIGHT"*— KITOHIN, AGENTS FOR ThUtle bicycle. First-class repairing, en ameling and nickel plating. 438 S. Spriug st. \\t k. — c6wan7Yi(hT7ti7osTh7b7vXrnky v> • coast agt. for Rambler bicycles. Tele phono 18)1. 427 S. Sping st. T/f ARCH BICYCLE — STRONGEST WHEEL iVX made; light and durable: latest styles; improvements. H. 0. HAINES, 339 N. L. a. St. TJICYCLEB "AND _ VEHICLES FOR SALE, li trade or rent. E. M SAT, 401 S. Broadway. 'TIII'K", ISONOS AND MOKTGAGKt. I/O it LE — E(H IKrTm InTnG X I brokers, represent leading properties; gold, silver, copper, lead, etc ; examinations made and reports furnished by the most com petent and responsible California experts; coriespondence solicited; information prompt ly furnished. Office, 328 S. Broadway. 12-I2tf lIKI ECTIVK AOKN. IKS. I sham & Mckenzie, detective agency, 233, 234, 235 stimson building. Twenty years' experience; reliable operators , furnished on short notice. Terms reasonable. ' BTOKAUK. THE L. A. stor age of all kinds ol goods. 351 N. Main st OCULISTS. ocTiusTi former.y located at Stowell block, has re moved to stimson building; offices, 315-410; hours, 9 to 4. 11-15 3m 1/OR EXCHANGE- „ „„_._ t By JOHN H. roxE. 207 "SOUTH BROADWAY. Ono of tho finest residences at Redond Bench; cost over .117000: cleur; will exchangi for 7 or 8 room cottage in this city; must ne clear; value not less than $8000; now, here S a chance for you. 7-room cottage, Pasadena, for ranrh; must havo water and be clear of incumbrance; value if'.'OOO. 4 lots on E. First St., for other property. 00-acre improved ranch at Fresno, valued at $15,000, in excuange for other property. A handsome residence in Boylo Heights, val aad at $80,1100, for business property; will »s -same incumbrance. *•• — ■ -. 'k ' • JOHN n. COKE, 12tf 207 8. Broadway. 1~/0 R EXCHANGE—CITY LOTS FOR EAST, crn will assuuae. 14 acres land near An ahum for city lots; wi 1 assume: llnest nlfa'.ln laod in county 10 acres lv Ja< kson couniv. Miss., ior Cali foruia property ami will assume, 040-acre ranch, Portland, Ore., for city prop erty and will assume. i j,*, iiinai., sforjer' v for. eastern r,.,,,!,,.,», nnd 'wiii'assume.'BA X XX. 230), S^SprfngTi"' T/OR EXCH ANGE"- WE HAVE PROPERTIES JT in Riverside, Redlands, l.ugonla, Santa Anita, Pasadena, Santa Monica, Covtna, Lo.ds-, ' burg, Glendora, San Diego. Santa Paula, Peoria, 111 . state of Washington, lowa, Kan sas, Missouri and Colorado, in exchange lor good property in Los Angeles or surrounding towns or good average. ERASER 6i JENKINS, 132 S Broadw ay. 11-25 tf I /OR EXCH ANGE—A FINE U'-ROOlf HOUSE ' and 3 Sores ol land in the cily ol Toronto, Canada. Everything complete. '1 his Is a goon chance lor any one wanting a city home. Make us an offer, city or close in properly. 13 ERASER & JENKINS, 132 S. Broadway. •HlfiA R ANCHES" FOR - EX«•« ANGE; 200 _UUU houses and lots; groceries, lodging houses, wood and coal yards, etc.; property of every description tor sale and exchango. List your properly Apply to BUN WHITE, 221 W. First st. Utt IrtOß EXCHANGE-HOUSE AND LOT FOR vacant lols. House aud lots for country property. BAKER, 2Jt) , ; ) & Spring. FOR EXCHANGE — A~soXffiO FOOT LOTS with 5-room liard-iinished cottage, with ham. lawn, troes. etc., in city lor small ranch. Address T„ box 20, this office. 12-15 dAw I/OR EXCHANGE GILT-EDGE CAHUENGA F foothill land, 10, 20or tlOacres, for any. thing clear. R. 1). LIST, W. second St. \\r OOD - "c0 AL A Nd"FEBI> _ V ARD _ Tl >E X~ \s change for city real estate; price, $1300. BEN WHITE, 221 "W. First st, 111 IAOR EXCHANGE 100 ACRES OF LAND r for horses and mul.'s. BAKER, 230! 3 S. Spring. f% O~EXCBANGE — PROPERTIES OF ANY Z kind. See BEN Will iE, 221 W. First st. 10 22 tf t BOUOATIONAL. rjAHE^TSs^ANGE^ JL (Incorporated), located al 144 S. Main st., is tlie largest and best equipped institution in Southern California. H provides a thorough business education in the most practical way. The shorthand department leads all competi tors, and Is a great success. Its department of penmanship is conducted by E. K. Isaacs, a feeohei ol national lepulaliOii. .lay session open all the year. Night sessions Monday, Wednesday anil Friday nights of each week, send for catalogue. K. R. SCII RADER, pres.; F. W.KELSKY vlce-pres.; L. N. INSKEEP, sec WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 270 3. \\ Spring st.; the oldest, largest aud linest equipped commercial school in southern Cali lornia; a thorough course in the commercial branches and bunking; a superior and success ful shorthand and typewriting department, aud a praotlcal English course; new college rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec tric elevator for pupils' use: new furnitureand appliance.-; open all the year; pupils received al auy lime; illustrated catalogue and full in formation free. G. A. HOUGH, president; N, C. FELKIR, vice-president. 4 4 ly riMFROOP POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, PAS -1 aocna, Cal ferula, the only Institution in Southern California providing thorough In dus rial aud art training for both sexes in con nection with scicntitic, literary or classical education. Sloyd school for younger pupils. Manual training school aud collego of technol ogy, courses larg ly elective. Good hemes for students. For catalogue and full Informa tion address PRESIDENT CHARLES li. KEYES, Pasadena, California. 1) Erso~naI^rrTvate school, day and evening sessions: regular class work; $12 lor 3 months; Spanish or any special study, $2 per month. MRS. A. M. FARMER, room 320, Stimson block. 7 "■PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND YOUNO X men. Bryson block, 2d and Spring. The cir cular gives particulars. A. B. BROWN, princi pal. OS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL (IN corporatedi for kindergartners. Address MRS. N. 11. MAYHEW, 670 W. Twenty-third St. 7-8 tf GA IRLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL— I" 416 W. Tenth st. MISS PARSONS and MISS L'ENNEN. 11-18-tI MLLE. ~E. MOLLE -^ FRENCH TEACHER* 31!) E.Seventh st, cor. Wall. 11-tl . UKNITsTS. > UoaT^'sUa^^ DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND First st..Wilson block ; take elevator. Gold crown and brldgework a siwcialty; teeth ex tracted without pain. Room 1. m4tf ADAMS BROS.' DENTAL"PARLORS, 230W S. Spring St.; painless extracting and till ing; plates, $6, $8, $10; all work guaranteed; estab.ished 10 years. 7 711 \\T hTmaSSEr". M. D., I). D. 8, HAS RE TT . moved to 245 8. Spring St.; special at tention given to loosening teeth and to dis eases of the gums; moderate prices. 2-13 1~ of j lice, room 1, 11 IS. Spring st.; office hours, il lo 12 and 1:30 to 5. ■ 13 ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS —GERMAN American Bank building. A set of teeth $0. Best as. white teeth, $10 per set. ly r , , Corner Seventh and Main sts. Telephone 1031. ■ ■ - 4 lllf D _ It. KENNEIIY, DENTIST, 108« N. SPRING st., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Painless extraction. «20tf T/RNESI ALLIN, D. dT&*L. D. 8., 175 North JT.i Spring st., over Boston store. 11-22 If F" RANK-STEVENS, S. SPRING ST. Open Sundays and evenlngs:_ electric light. 1/ R. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, CALIFOR r . nia Bank building. T.H. W. P. TUCKER.'DENTIST, HAMMOND XJ block, S. Spring tt 11 2tf I I.cm units, otr^rit^es are Invarlablv based on doing a class of work that will please our patrons. VANDE GRIFT & CRIPPEN, 221) W, Fouith street. C( H. WOTTON—SANITARY PLUMBING A /, specialty. Estimates riven, 206 East Eourlli St., two doors east of Los Angeles st. F" RANK *a7*WeTnSHANkrpLf MBER AND gas filter. 210 E. Second st. Tel. 186. HILL POST Ells. , PRlis' I' L. A. Itfu, I'SsS Slim lug Co.; the only honest bill poster. 119 E Second. Tel. 1475, Sign painting. TTeo. p. Mclean, president state bill \ T Posters' association; the only hill poster id Los Angeles. 254 S. Main st. DPHULSTHKEK. tasTTg^i : j^i?n7^n^ tl bolstered iioods, mat treses, etc.; carpet titling and laying n snecla ty. ,-,318 Spring st. <JUUICfi; IKUI, . ANU VKGK t'ABLK MOTT MARKET - SPECIALTIES: TEA 9 coffees, spices and olives, LUDWIG * WAGNER, telephone 550. 12-22 tf - rrT^a v<>n ;r k a » r«>B ■' OWtAlTscllE^ ous and asphalt paying, 237 W. First it.