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7 m O «- >.-—•(-— *• IT'S LIKE FINDING MONEY Tn cidrcrtise in the Herald's classified eolutnm Make a start today, ard the result nil! induce a stead'/ BOtrWl* age of these columns »««♦«♦♦«« ♦ THE HERALD | ♦ WANT COLUMNS t ♦ FREE! | ♦ To Those ♦ ♦ Looking for 5 Work. } : l X Look nnder "Situations Wanted, ♦ J Male and Female." « ♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦ ♦ BPBCIAL NOTICES. EWITXTId^EIRSON, 312 South Main street. One of our old customers who hos dealt with us f r years came back today and said: "When we want furniture and Want to ieel like we are getting a bargain we always come to you, and have never been disappointed or deceived yet " We try always to have our customers teel jus', tbat way; and it pays, too. BIDsIiTJR' THE POOLING, BAR AND other privileges at Agricultural park dur ing the meeting oi world beaters, December 21 and 22, 1594, will be received by the un dersigned up to Tuesday, December 18, 1594, at 12 o'clock, noon. A certified check of 20 per cent of the amount of the bio must accom pany the same. 1.. THORNE, 107.'i N. Main street. al VTOTICE-WE CAN BUILD COTTAGES FOR IN one hundred dollars ($100) a room; size of room, 12x12 fl.: height of ceilings. 10 ft.: two porches and one chimucv included; house to be painted and plastered two coats) w ill fur nish nil necessary plans and specifications; estimates given on nil classes ot building. Ad dress I', Box ilO, this office, nnd we wlil call on you. NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER comptny will strictly enforce the follow ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are be tween 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 nnd 8 o'clock p. m. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a line of $2 will be charged before Hie water will be turned on again. 8-17 tf j rroVi A MONTH—DRESS CUTTING AND Jfl*_ dress mnking schools, 641 S. Broadway, Classes every day. How to draft, cut, lit and put together all kinds of dresses. King's Ladies Unique French Tailor system taught. 6 rpHE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE i Loan and Trust company arc enclosed in a fire-proof and burglnr-proof vault, with timo looks and brilliantly lighted with electricity; alcoves a inched ior the private examination of valuables, with writing materials; a young lady in attendance. s-i ii i QBE THOSE BEAUTIFUL LOTS, WASHING' ton, Maple aye., Twentieth st., before you purchase; soltf only to parties building good homes. POINDEXTER* WADSWORTH, 305 \\. second st. 1-10 PILLS AS A SPECIFIC monthly medicine for immediate relief for painful and irregular menses-from what ever cause. For sale by GEO. 11. FREEMAN CO., 1(12 N, Spring st. Price, $2 per box. or AX IS 11T) it AW N r "wcdTlv AND EMBROID- O ered articles ior sole nt low prices by a Spanish lady; orders tnken within the next three days. " Call al 622 Upper Main St. 16 (\ RADI ATE U. S. ARMY SCHOOL FOR IT nurses. References furnished. Address!). J. LOVELL, Dox 30, this office. 16 MACHINERY, DIES AND TOOLS MADE und repaired. J. vox SERKEY, 216 S. Los Angeles st Tel. 933. 11-14H orANISIfbIN N ERS TO ORDER. $1 TO $2.50; 1? regular dinner, 50c. 322 Wilmington st. CWANFELDTiTTHEI* A. TENT & AWNING © C 0.,) lias removed to 250 S. Main. 11-25 F~BLO PK R~HO USE~MO VER, OFFICE, . 12 < 'enter plr.ee, 1-' 5 11 , PKRSONAL. I^Te^lstTnaL— D. S. P.! Yours received late. Letters i.i olliee now. 15 ItUHIN«:MH PIC ICON A 1.8. IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL—COFFEE, FRESH ROASTED ON our gigantic coffee roaster, Java und Mocha, BSC lb; 24 lbs brown sugar, $1; 5 lbs good Japan lea, $1; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c! M lbs tapioca, -sc: 10 lbs raisins, 25c; 6 aprioots, 25c: ."ilbs lie", 25c; 5 lbs prunes, 25c: 6 lbs buckwheat, 25Ci 8 lbs beans, '.'sc; can deviled ham, sc; brook trout, 15c; 3 cans oysters, 15c; 50 bars soap, $1; 50 lb sack flour. 85c; bacon, 11 1 .,>■; pork, orange marmalade in bulk Be. ECONOMIC stores, 305 s. Bprlng street, PERSONAL RALPH BROS.— GOLD~BAR flour. OOcj city Hour, 75c; granulated sugar, 19 lbs $1; brown sugar 22 lbs $1; 7 lbs rolled wheat or oats, 25c: sardines, 5 boxes 25c; tomatoes, 2 cans 1501 7 bars Certnan family soap. 25c; eastern oil, 70e; gasoline, 70c; 4 p oxages starch, 25c; lurd, 10-lb can. 75c; 5 lbs, 4oc. 601 S. spring street, corner Sixth. / tIIASE'S MARKET 618 S. SPRING—S LBS boiling beef. 3So:J9 lbs round steak, lflo; ril) steak, 6c: sirloin, tenderloin or porterhouse sieak, LJ'jc, stewing mutton, 3c; leg of mut ton, 8c; ritj er shoulder chops, 2 lbs 15c. Everything e'se iv proportion, CHASE'S MARKET, 618 s. spring. MRS. ADAMS AND DEAN, FASHIONABLE dressmakers; tailor-made suits n specialty, mourning suits made on shot notice, reason, able rales, goods furnished when desired. Rooms 31 ana 22. lluc. s. Spring. 1223 m WONDERFUL MEDICINE FOR FEMALE irregularities fom whatever cause: it never lails to give relief; 35 years' experience. Address DR. A. J. GIEBNER, lo7' s N. Main st.. ■ room 12. Please mention the paper. 11-31(f j EH SON A L - PALMISTRY: ONE HANI) • rend free; every hidden mystery revealed; life read from crndle to grave witliout a mis take; 2to R o.m ll 1' a W. Third st. ; IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL ELECTRO THERAPEUTIC ' baths; electric treatment scientifically given; magnetic and massage electricity, 25c. ' Sirs. c. bobbins, 421 s. Mainst t'mo HEALTH," FORTUNE, MARRIAGE. CON~ sail MLLE. Ri IA, only scientific Palm- ! Ist, 652 south Broadway, corner Seventh. 26 | 11 ME LECROtJ, FRENCH DRESSMAKER, 31 cor. Second und Muin.nexl to cathedral I TRENCH LADY. MAGNETIC HEALER, " boon: 3.''."''., .-. Spr:iiL- 13 •tl- II I KS. KEATING BICYCLE—WHEN IN DOUBT I ride a Keating, Style correct, quality correct, price correct. H.vWLEY, KINO dt CO., 210 und 21 2 N. Main st. •TTLBRIGHT ,t KITCHIS A~G ENTS FOR • \J Thi-tlq bicycle. First-duss repairing, en ameling aud nickel plat: ii.- 438 S. Spring st. T\* K. COWAN, MGR , TIIOS.ILB. VARNEY YY ■ coastagi, (or Rambler bicycles. Tele , . piionc 13 il. 4£~ s. Sping st. TtaARCH BICYCLE— STRONGEST WHEEL iYI made; liglit and durable: latest styles; improvement*. H. o. HAINES, 380 N. L. a. St. 1 JIICYCLES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE, ! ) iriiiie or rei.: E. M 'AT, 4UI S. Broadway. CON-Ul.'lNfi KNGINKFK*. iikeit, ; nt'er and draughtsman, 114 N, Spring. 10-15 lm C'<lN I lUI lilK' CioNRAD BCHERER, GRANITE. BITUMIN- I on.-, and usphalt paving, 237 W, First St. help wasted—mali, section to «ell staple good/ to dealers; experience un necessary; best side line $75 a month Sal ary and expenses or large commission made. For scaled particulars send stamp. CLIFTON SOAP MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Cincin nati, 0. \X~ ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP. FREE »' cmplovment or any information address E. NITTINGEICS BUREAU, established ISBO. Office, 319'j S. Sp Ing si.; residence. Ml a Hope St.. corner Filth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele phono 113. 5-16H _ /^ITV~AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE \j labor bureau, 240 New High sr., telephone 1153, for cooks waiters, housohold helu. me chanics nnd laborers. W. A. WilliE, man ngcr. 11-10 tl • VWTED-A FEW PERSONS IN EACH \\ place to do writing. Send stamp for 150 page honk of particulars. J. WOODBURY, 127 W. Forty s'.cond st., N. \". city. 10-7 ly ll'Tx TE I>—TR USTW O R THY PERSON TO tl -.ravel; sa ary, $780 nnd expenses; refer ence Enclose self-addressed stamped envel ope, Manager, box P, Chicago. 19 IyhTTY, HUMMEL A CO, 300-302 WEST Second si. Tel. 509. The best employment office in every way in Southern California. 7-12 tl WANTiD — EXPE RIE NCED CANVASSER, for n wspnper: $lo tier week. Address, stating experience, y. box 7-', this office. 15 IEMPLOYMENT1 EMPLOYMENT AGENCY— MRS. SCOTT .(. _ MISS MCCARTHY, 10l>4 S. Broadway, lei. HIV. 15 viFanted — T TlCKei~selxer! good ; VY talker. Ferris Wheel, Filth and Spring. 15 ill I I- WSNIEU-l'lKllg. H"TrsT7yN~FKM aTfTeMT^OYMENT AG—iNC V 353 S. Broadway. Los Angeles. Cal. 12 SITUATIONS WAmgU-NALg, Dtsrri'ino persons desiring employment will be allowed to insert ttree lines, under this heading, two timet free of charge. STEAD Y~ M ANT AG iT'nsTw A NTS WORK at nnvthing: steady Job preferred; wages, $2.5(1 a week nnd toard ond lodging. E. COURTNEY, Los Angeles. 16 A~ SWEDE CHRISTIAN~~bESIRi:j A SlTU ution: handy and willing; can lake care of horses. Address O. PEARSON, 230 East Second st eet. 16 JAPANESE, FIRST-CLASS COOK, WANTS t) a situation in private family, city or coun try; good reference. Address F. 0., lit W. Fourth st. It VIT ANTED — POSIIToN IN STORE OR vv offloe; is a good penman; small salary lo commenco with. Address C, box 90, this office. 10 \\ T ANTED—EX PERIENI El) BUSINESS MAN YY wants position as manager, ofnee mana ger or accountant. Address, M, box 30, liiis office. 15 IX7ANTED —SITUATION BY BOY 18 YEARS YY oldtodo any kind of honorable work; object.ahome. Address HENRY, this office. 15 -VJ'URSERYMAN~OF'~IB~YEARS~EXPERI -1.1 enco wants position in tree yard in Los Angeles. Address 11. I). LONG, 431 Court st. 16 ANTED— BY AN A 1 DRESS goods and cioak salesman. Address 11, P. O. box 140, Downey, L. A. Co., Cal. 16 /COMPETENT NURSE WANTS ENGAGE- V' ments; $10 per week. Room 1, 313 w. Fourth st. 16 SITUATIONS Vf AXTID-P-UALg. Deserving persons desiring employment iv ill be allowed to insert three lines for two insertions, under this heading,free of charge. A^'TISD— V OUNCI LAD Y~OF~O years' experience, position as stenogra pher ami typewriter; willing to assist in ofliee work; best references. G, box 10, this office. IS Tji.NERGETIC WOMAN WANTS HOUSE- J_ work; no objection to ranch: capable of running country hotel. Address B, box 90. this office. 15 GOOD - DRESSMAKER FROM SAN FRAN cisco would like some mere work at home; dresses made, $4. 514 Flower St., near Sixth. 10- 20 tf TTJANTED-A GOOD~IIOME AND MODE R- V V ate salary by a woman witli n girl 4 years old; references. 920 W. Fourth st. 16 DRESSES AND CAPES MADE AT REASON abIe prices. Perfect lit. Will also go out by day. 519 Temple street. 16 ALADI FROM BOSTON WOULD LIKE TO form classes in elocution. MISS .HOSE LANE, H46 San Julian st. 20 WANTKK KKAI, ESTATE. V\' ANTED—BARGAINS IN HOUSES AND YY lots business or vacant property, cash buyers; racnev to loan, lowest rates. JOHN L. VAVKOVICH," 220 W. FilSt, 16 \\' ANTED—TO PURCHASE; THE BEST YY bargains in Los Angeles city real estate, business and residence property. M. F. ODEA, 103 S. Broadway. 12 8 tf \VANTED~^BARGAINS IN OIL LOTsTND YY lauds. W. B. SALISBURY ,t CO. 15 - WANTED—TO KENT. FOR RESTAURANT; YY lodging house; buy restaurant cheap; close in N. Main, room 48. It ll T ANTED—3 TO 5 UNFURNISHED ROOMS YY or cottage for 1 to 3 years; adults only. ti, box 20, tins office. 21 WIKTKD- WI-CKLF.ANKOUH. W ""aNTED — LADIES THE McDowell dress cutting system at the MC DOWELL DRESSMAKING ACADEMY, 703'j S. Broadway, branch of Now York and Sau Francisco "schools. Patterns cut to order. 11- 1 mo XfST ANTED—BO PARTIES TO JOIN A eof YY ony on government land that has plenty of water; best of soil and climate. For partic ulars call at 208 S. Broadway. PACIFIC! COL ONIZATION CO. 11-17-sr-su-mo-th-tf tt t mortgTage 2 YY years on fine hearing orchard near Po mona; wortli SSOOtI. POINDEXTER „ WADS WORTH, 305 W. Second. 16 WANTED— A PARTNER WITH SMALL YY capital to take an interest in paying real estate business. DAY _ CLARK, lll>! a south Spring street. 16 WANTED- NOVELTIES, BOOKS AND I'E riodicals on sale at best stand at sea side. Address, with sample, 11, box 126, Santo Mon ica. 12-24 IV ANTED —TO BU!LD YOUR HOUSE YY cheap: first-class work guaranteed. Come and see COURTNEY, builder, 130 S. Broadway. X]STA NTED—TO BUY OLD GOLD AN D SILVER YY al highest market price. JUL WOLTER. manufacturing jeweler, 122 S.Main st. 10-1 3m XI-ANTED— HOUSES TO BUILD BY ROUT. YY [). COATES, building contractor, 204 S. Broadway, Los Angeies, Cal. 12-15 AifAlvTETi^pTl NTERS TO SEE THE EX IT eclsior jiailits at tcJl S. Spring st. 12 3 PI ANOH. SALE—BARGAINS - "TAN DA It- II- V rigiit piano, slightly used, $165. Hand some I vers ,\; Pond piano, snap bargain, not much used, $285; wortli Largest size cabinet grand piano, 9 pedals, walnut case, fine tone, $270. cash or ins tab ments. KOHLER _ CHASE, 233 S. spring st. 1,1 OR SALE — ELEGANT NEW UPRIGHT . piano; wil] take board and room in part exchange. Address .1. box so. this ofliee. BILL rOSTKR«. p I_, ing Co.; the only honest bill poster. 119 L' second. Tel. 1475, Sign painting. /< E' »TprTI(T_ANT"I'RESI D K NT STATE BILL i I Posters' association; the only bill poster in l.os Angeles. 25-1 S, M.iinst. SKIVKH KKPAIKKI). /-IHICAGO KEPAIKINO CO., JAS. MaToR, \y 158 W. Filth street. Repairs made for any stove in ibe C. s. Patterns made to order. 15 Gi ASOLINE STOVES CLEANED, REPAIRED I Tel. 11)0-1. BLACK-MAN, 463 S Spring si SI KE HSCH A UHI BIWUS, J~5 AUL K O^S^^XKITv ACTURER'pTI'ES and cones, German sport pipes, German cigar and cigarette holders in meerschaum ni,d wcizel wood. Meerschaum goods re pniri-d. 256 South Broadway. 1(1-2 51* 61.D FILLED WATCHES T nl tempting prices at W. J. Gets' jewelry store, 3395. B-oa<:way HK*L, KHTATE. BELL & SABICHI, REAL insurance agents; money loaned at six Hi) percent. 2Q5 West'l hird 12-7 tf FACIAL HLEIMIBUKK. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, W ARTS AND MOLES permanently removed by electricity; hours J 11 to 1. Room 1, 262 £, Broadway. ! ILOS ANGELES HEBALL7, SATUBDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15. 1894. business oppurtdmitiii. o"«>u~want^^ »nv kind? Do you want to sell your busi ness quick? See us. We btiy. sell end ex change everything, hotels, rooming houses, rcstaurai.ts, "dry goods, grocery and shoe stores, hardware, drugs and cig«r stores, ba keries, delicacy stores, fruit stands, livery sta bles, wood and coat yards, wholesale commis sion houses, mines, "manufacturing business, etc. CITIZENS' INVESTMENT uOMPANY, incorporated, real estate, loans, bonds, stocks and investments. Business Investment de partment, 2*4 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. tf _ 1 AAA CASH, BALANCE TIME. 20 ROOMS: tIAJU good location; all tilled with room ers. This is a rare bargain. CITIZENS' INVESTMENT CO., 15 224 & Broadway. "hol*ses~in~all V parts ot the ci'y. some pool bargains. Prices ranging from #250 to *SOOO. CITIZENS' INVESTMENT CO., 15 224 S. Broadway. PR~ODUCE,~W"OOD AND tomtit) coal yard: good horse and wagon; bestpiyingbusiness in Los Angeles; wo th tMOO. but must he sold this week. T. M. KIL IAN, 228 W. first»t. 17_ NOTICE~TO HOMEOPATHIO PHYBICIANB — For sale—A praclice worth $3000 a year in good country town; also, two lots and good house and barn, $000. Inquiro at 747 S. Main st. 20_ shop, tools, ma to 1 <- • ) chines, everytliing complete, with a good paving trade: good chance ior a shoe maker. " see BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 12 tl SII STORK FOR SALE— Business suitable lor gentleman or lady; price, $250, more or less; will invoice if de sired. Call at 484 S. Spring st. lit! A -"A— BAKERY: LARGE OVEN, H O USE, wagon, etc.; everytliing complete nud iv g< od condition; pays big. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 12 15 tf II7K HAVE AN ESTABLISHED BCSINESS; V» no opposition; pays $200 per month profit; price, $2200. SPEARS A MONTAGUE, 117 S. Broadway. 17 ntlß SALE — CREAMERY, - WITH LIVING 1 rooms; central location: makes money; $400. I. I). HARVARD; K. Broadway ,5 If vor wish to"dispose~6f y- viTihTsi ness witliout dslav for cash, always go to I. D. BARNARD, 117f a S. Broadway. 15 T?OR SALE-AN ELEGANT RESTAURANT— V tost $1500; sell it for $800; half cash. I. D. BARNARD, 117' a S. Broadway. 15 TF YOO WANT TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS 1 quick for cash, see SPEARS A MONTAGUE 117 S. Broadway. 11l rpO SELL YOUR BUSINESS QUICK, SEE J ERNST & CO., new office, lid W. Third St. 11-15H 2 | OAA-SALOON; PAYS WELL. BEN ©I«»U\>_ WHITE, 221 W. First St. Iti C, BUY A B tJSI NESS OF AN Y~ XI ND APPLY _ to B. WHITE, 221 W. FirstsL 13-tf dk 10--BARBER SHOP. APPLY BEN -?l-t> WHITE, 221 W. First. 12 15 tf .) BELLO.CICK FOR CASH GO TO K. WHITE, _ 221 W. First St. 13-tf FOR KKNT —UIiUSKS. 441 1 and 443 Temple streel, near courthouse; 5 and ti rooms each; all tl c latest modern im provements; the healthiest part of the city. See J. F. HENDERSON, owner, 143 S. spring sireet, 12-9tf T?OR RENT—A 60-ROOM HOTEL OR LODG- V ing house; Will be built to suit tenant on lot three blocks from Broadway and Second st. Apply to HOLWAY & SCHETTER, 309 W. Second st. 22 YXVRRENT-« WANT TWO GOOD LODG JT ing houses of from 25 to 35 rooms, fur nished; customers waiting, SPEARS di MON TAGUE, 117 s. Broadway. 17 1/OR KENT—HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS; GAS V connections; no gasoline stove to be used. 125 s. Bunker Hill avenue. 16 I^OR~RENT— $20, 7d*OOM HOUSE, CLOSE in; shades nnd gns fixtures. POINDEXTER 6 WADSWORTH. 30,") W. Second St. 19 RENT—IF YOU WANT TO RENT YOUR J 1 house quick, list at once with SPEARS & MONTAGUE. 117 S. Broadway. ltl Fi.lt ItKNT — ROOMS. -Sj7^TY~TuTn,lS^^ 1.1 witliout board, at the renovated and new iv managed Clifton house. Newly furnished throughout, pleasant sunny rooms at reason able rates. 231 No. B:oadwav. 19 T lOR !RENT - PLEASANT FURNISHED V rooms Good board. Private family. Best part of city; 406 IV, Twenty-first St., 4 doers we-tof Grand avenue cars. 1-1-' PS rpHE PI SH — NEW HOUSE, NICELY FUR •X nislied; furnace heat and nil modern con veniences. 121 S. Bunker Hill aye. THE N ASH VILLE,23(i WINSTON"ItT; \)i blocks from postoflice; comfortable rooms; rates very cheap. N~ICE SUNNY' UNFURNISHED ROOMS; $2 per room. 118 Wa er St., near Downey aye. cable line. 10 rpHE DENVER, 133 N. MAIN STREET; FINE L furnished rooms; $1.50 per week, and up; center of city. RENT—FRONT, SUNNY, BAY-WIN _ dow, with or without board. 417 W. Seventh St. 16 HE PARKER. 424 W. FOURTH STREET; nicclv furnished rooms, single or en suite. 0-U lm_ RENT —FURNISHED ROOMS, REAidN- Jf able. THE SMITHSONIAN, 3i2S. Hill st. 2ii f\ RAND PACIFIC, 423~SOUTH SPRING ST.; vT fine large rooms; $3 per week and up. foit kknl-mlsubll an ico us ttior' ~ken^fi^e^~coiln^^ r Hoyle Heights, No. 1827 E. First st.; only $15 per month. Apply W. GROSSER, above store, or 130" S. Broadway. 12 5 tl TjiORRENT~— WQ~AC RES OF CORN LAN D. ■T Apply in forenoon to 13411 S. Olive st. 15 LOST AMI KHMI. T^^d^^^"ponyT^c?Tr J - * and Alameda sis., Sunday; 3. white feet; owner can have same by proving property and paving expenses. P. D. IIARTNETT, above ad dress. 15 LOST— A LIGHT - MAREj - HER NAVEL projects slightly: escaped from E. First sr., Boyie Heights. Return to 217 Ferguson alley and receive reward. JEAN LENEKT. 16 T7IOUND DECEMBER 11TH. ON PREMISES, l"* 940 Denver avenue, gray horse, scraggy tail nud mnnc; owner can have sume by paying expenses. 16 -170und-sa if, The champion horse _ clipper. North Broadway. 11-25 lm lOSTI OST—A DARK BAY COLT FROM 409 E, J Scvcntii, last Tuesday. 16 H i-v.i I » LIWTS. •STSSr"wEAVER JACKSON, MANICURING iVI for Indies and gentlemen; specialist in complexion department; electrolytic removal oi superfluous hair. 200-7-8 stimson block; tel. 1246, 3 15-95 ANDRUFF~PERMANENTLY CURED: EX aminatlon free; also chiropody, manicur ing, shampooing, etc. VACY STEER, 121W s. Broadway. 12-13 D'rTr G. COLLINsTbI'THALMITJoPTIGlAN, with tiie L. A. Optical Institute eyes ex smined free. 125 S. Spring st. 5-30 tf TAR. J. H. RyXnT'EYE, EAR, NOSE AND xj throat, etc.. removed 102n2, siimsoi bik, : 1.1 11 KKItN, PEAKIN G~OF PLCMBING, OUR IBICES nre invariahlv based on doing a class ol work that will please our patrons. VANDE- G RIFT .v. CRIPI'EN, 2211 W. Kouith street. i 1 11. WOTTON-SANITARY plumbing a Vv» specialty. Estimates given, 206 East Fourth st., two doors east of Los Angeles st. I" 71 rank" ITw- eTnsh a n kTTlumb er - AND 1 gas fitter. 240 E. Second st. Tel. 136. FUKNITEKK. ANGELES FURNITURE EX cliange, 351 N. Main, is tiie place to buy or sell your furniture, carpets; for first-class upholstering; goods stored and sold on com mission; tir,[-class stock and popular prices. C. E, BUELL. 1 tf ATEW SECOIND„ANDSTORE~WANTSGOODS i> ET( HISON.v. LANE, 617 S. S)iring st, DBIECTIVI AGENCIES. TSIIAM ,t McKENZIE, DETECTIVE AGENCY, J. 233, 234, 235 Stimson building. Twenty years' experience; reliable operators furnished mi short notice. Terms reasonable. STOKAGK. T"hTT LT'a.'storage'w age of all kinds of goods. 351 N. Main st GAItII X N WOOO WOBK. TTENRY HeTrdT- GARDEN IVOOmVORK IL a specialty. 1618 S. Main st. FOB S ALB—OITY PROPERTY. "QJ^ETTi'DOT^S ADAMS 6T. TRACT, THE BEST OF ALL. Lots 50 to 60 feeL $25,000 in Btreet im provements alone. Four 80-foot streets, one 100 foot street, all graded and gravelled, ce ment walks and curbs; streets sprinkled; water mains laid and shade trees planted Beautiful Adams street 82 feet wide, and Twenty-eighth street 100 leet w ide, lined with palm trees, central avenue, four miles long and 80 feet wide, witli a double-tracked elec tric road, runs through the center of this tract; only 15 minutes' ride from s cond and Spring streets. The Maple avenuo electric road Is within two blocks. 150 lots sold since June Ist, Rleh sandy loam: no mud. Examine this tract. See the large number of beautiful homes built in the lsst four months. A per sonal examination will satisfy any buyer as to ita merits. Lols are $250, $300. $3»o, $400 and up, on easy terms, till January Ist, when price!, will be advanced Take the Central avenue cars, corner of Second and Spring streets, to Adams street. Agents at our branch ottiee on the corner ol central avenue and Adams street, will show the property. For views of the tract, maps and all information, write or call on us. Free carriares at all times. 12-6H GRIDER A DOW. IOOJi a Broadway. Telephone 1299. FOR SALE—BY OWNER .Just west of Westlake park, 100x172; 9 room house, l.rge barn; orange, lemon and deciduous Iruit trees; lawn, shrubbery, etc.; an elegant home; price $4500. 13-room house, rented all ihe time ior $30 per month, situated 4 blocks west of First and Spring; on electric car line; lot faces Hope and Bunker dill aye.; price $32*0. 7-room house at 2,0 N. Alameda st.; lot 45x 150, rented for $25; price $3000. Nice lot on Pc .nsylvania aye. near San Ben ito st.; 50x150 to an alley; all street work paid; only $<00. 3 lots on Belmont aye.. north ol Temple St.: 40x140 to an alley; street graded, curbed and sidewalked and sewer laid and all paid for; these are extra nice tots; only $750 each. 20 lots iv Grider .t Dow's Adams st. tract, from $1600 each ; better tase one of these soon; they wont last long. 20 acres nice,'level land, south of Inglewoad, on one of the laterals of the outfall sewer; cheap at $65 per acre. Horses of all kinds bought, sold and ex changed, and all kinds of s reet improvements done on short notice in first-class manner. 12-12 tf MILES DODD, JR., 213 W. First st. FOR SAI.E-BY E. A. MILLER ; THAT BEAU tiful lot, 100x138, at head of Orch rd aye., Harper tract; this certainly is a bargain. Aiso that fine lot corner of W. Beacon and Ninth sts , 130x170: you cannot beat this in all Bonnie Brae: only $30 per foot. Fine lot, 71x145, in the beautiful Harper tract; this is your last chance; $1500. Large lot 5ix160 to alley, on W. Beacon St. 180 feet w ide); only this one left: $1000. A beautiful 10-room house, on large lot; all modern improvements. This is a bargain. 19 E. A. MILLER, 227 W. First st. FOR SALE — Lot on SPRING ST., With good House; $300 per foot. Handsome 2-story new house of 9 rooms and barn. W, Twenty-third st., University Electric line; $3800. M. F. ODEA, 16 ti 103 S. Broadway. QTRABBURG <St PAYNE, 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 I who have anything to trade, STRASBURG <fc PAYNE, 254 South Broadway. J/OR SALE— $1500; house of 5 rooms; large lot, 50x170, 'o alley: on liill; close in: on payments of $2(> per month, without interest. Reasons for sac rificing, sickness in family and must sell at once. This will bear inspection. MCGARVIE, HAY <fc CO., 16 218 S. Broadway. J/OR SALE— $2500; Grand avenue, inside of Twelfth St.; new house; 5 rooms; elegant lot: well im proved; lawn, etc.: on cable car line, Here is a bargain worth investigating. Must be sold at once. McGaRVIK. HAY <fc CO., 10 218 S. Brosdway. j/or sale—bargains! Lot on Thirtieth, near Hoover, $650. Lot on Twenty-tirst, near Figueroa, $350. Lot 50x150 on Adams street, $1050. Furnish mon y and build houses on easy monthly payments. Sco F. A. HUTCHINSON, 1 213 West First st I/OR SALE—SIS^OOO^WE HAVE AN ELE" J? gnnt 10-room residence containing nil modern improvements; inlaid floors, etc.; fronting on Sixth-street pnrk. The lot is 66x l.*o nnd is worth alone the price we are asking for the entire property. This property has the brightest future ol any location in the city, and the lucky buyer will reap a rich reward. CLARK & BRYA'N, 127 West Third street. 16 YT7 ORTH GOING TO SEE!—A BARGAIN; \y beautiful new 6-room house; Kohler street, near Seventh; also the cheapest lots % mile from the postoffic", $14 a front loot, koliier street is graveled, curbed, cement walked; a so 10 acres best irrigated fruit land $82.50 nn acre. $lo cash, 8 years credit, 6 per cent. W. J.FISHER, 227 W. Second street, 14-tf . _1 _ _.— BE * UTI FV L NEW HOUSE, 765 IjjlOtJv Kohler street; 6 rooms, bath, pat ent water closet, large pantry, china closet, soiid oak mantel. French plate mirror; jewel of a home; cement walk; street graded; curbed; sha'e trees; easy terms; a bargtin. W. J. FISHER, 227 W. Second st. 12 7 tf I -lOR SALE—S4OO—SEE _ THOSE FINE LOTS 1 of 50 feet frontage in the Gosser tract, Central aye., East Fourteenth and Newton st:i., at only $400; easy terms, monthly install ments if desired. Scj owner, WM. GROSSER, 136 S. Broadway. 12-14 tf "SALE-FINEST LOTS IN BONNIE 1 Brae from $1800 to $2500: lot on Twenty first near Figueroa, $825: lot on Pico near Union. $650; ljts on Vernon and Albany be low Pico, $650. Mcknight* clay, 2525. Broadway. 17<OR SAI.E-$2150. 6-ROOM CO l TAGE, ALL ' new and modern ; lot all fenced, lawn. etc.; a neat place and cheap: on Twenty-third st, near Hoover; see It and you will buy it; easy terms. GOWEN EBERLE & CO., 143 S. Broad way. 15 I?OR SALE—AT A BARGAIN: A BEAUTI r ful home elegantly furnished, on Hope St.; a snap bargain, as owner must leave the cily in a few days. BELL <fc SABICHi, 205 W. Third st. 16 |?01l SALE-HOUSE ON THIRTY-FIRST ST.; V 5 rooms, bath, gas; lawn: tile walks and graded street: beautiful home; price, $2200; $500 cash, balance payments to suit, DEN VER BUILDING CO., 237 W. t-irst st. 11-7 tf B A RG AIN—A A large lot located on South Pearl st ; must be sold at once. DELL i SABICHI, 200 W. Third St. 16 T-< () R" S,uTe~l NST A LLM E NTS, 5-ROOM COT- X 1 tage. close in, $1100. POINDEXTER ,t WADSWORTH, 305 W. Second St. l-l '95 HOUSES FOR SALK^EVERTI - NEW houses in southwest part of city: for sale cheap. M. F. ODEA, 103 S. Broadway. 12-8 tf liOR SA LE-$2300~50 U Th"<Tll YE; LA ROE 1 6*» foot lot; just the place to improve for income. BRADcIIAW BROS., 139 s. Brond- T.ay. 12-9 Wed Fri. n¥\V 6-ROOM COLO 1 nial cottage, on car line; pos-ession at once. IIOLWAY A SCIIETIER, 309 W. Sec ond st. 22 HO U SEB ON ~IN ST ALJM: ENTSI ~~" IN ALL parts of the city, or will build lo suit you. BARUAV A SHERWOOD, 123 S. Broadway. CHIROPODISTS. CH fItOPODIST"; pedicuring for ladies and gentlemen; 206 Stimson block, corner Third and Bprlng: Sun day hours, loto 4. 10-17 6m MRS. L. J. KENNEDY," MANICURE AND chiropodist; moles and hair removed by electric needle. Crocker bik, 2125. Broadway. 18 ISS C. STAFFER, CHIROPODIST - AND massage; 211 W. First st, opp. Nadeau, DR.'B. ZACHAU, SURGEON CHIROPODIST. 124 s. Main st. rooms 4 and 5. 10 LAWN^CJUjrTING. KERSTING & CO., PRACTICAL GARDEN ers: lawn laying and cutting a specialty; gardens cared for by the month on reasonable terms. Address 266 S. Main st, Los Angeles. FOX BALK— CITY rBOPBBTY. SALE— ! By JOHN H. COKE, 207 SOUTH BROADWAY. JL i 11,550 iq. feet a. npring st $1.50 per foot. 9900 sq. feet W. Sixth nt $3.05 per foot; in como, 10 per cent. . 5250 sq. feet E. First at 02c. per foot; ln -1 conic. (1775 sq. feet S. Broadway at $3.55 per foot; income. 17,500 sq. feet E. First nt $1.15 per foot; in come. 2850 sq. feet S. pill at $2.10 per foot; in come. *. ; i i t 7- room cottage on Bonnie Brae ; small pay ment down; balance $20 a month; value, ' $2000. 2 lots on W. Sixteenth at a bargain. 8- room house and lot West Washington at your own price; no reasonable figure refused; must be sold. KiOncrcs near Lancaster at $3.50 per acre. FOR EXCHANGE — BY JOHN H. COKE, 207 S. BROADWAY. I One of the finest residences at Redondo; j clear: will exchange for " or 8-room cottage I j,, ti,is cite- nrus' be clofir of incumbrance and i valued not less than $3500. j 7-room cottage, Pasadena, for ranch; must have water and be clear of incumbrance; value. $2000. 00 acres, improved, near Fresno, value $15,000; for r*nch or residence property in this city or county. For exchange—Fine residence, overlooking the city; value, $25,000. ( 1 + JOHN H. COKE. 207 S. Broadway. 12 15tl FOE, BALE-LIVK STOCK. fjs^R^sXLE^JtTsYlN^ rT\V ITH _ 20 head of gentle horses, single or double, from $30 uo; some good family horses: you can get just what you want by coming down; I guarantee everything I sell. V. V. COCH RAN, Cilizcus' stockyards, corner Second and San Pedro Bis. 11-2-> lm I~7>olt SALE —ONE CARLOAD, 20 HEAD. OF 1 young horses; sound, well bred and broken; all "in line condition; every horse sold by me guaranteed to be as represented. JOHN MC PHERSON, cor. Third and S. Los Angeles sts. 1/OR SALE—OR EXCHANGE, WELL-BROK _ en farm, business nnd surrey horses, at the Westminster stables, 110 and 112 E. Fourth st. Guaranteed as represented. 1-13 IJS.OR SALE AND EXCII ANG E—FINE SING LE aud double drivers, buggies and harness. B. F. BACON, rear SOsiioutli Brosdwny. I7<OR SALE—6 ENGLISH* - SETTER "PUPS. ' Call nt 847 Bl ENA VISTA St. 20 FOB SALE —MISCBbLANUOI's. IN VA rictv; ail sizes; choice and clean. Address owner. L. L. NEW ERF, 236ta S. Spring st. 16 AS _ new; $1.75. Inquire 227 Wilmington St., rear. 15 l/OR SALE - 150,000 OLD POSTAGE stamps, cheap. T., box 26. this ofliee. IrtOßl sTLe^OLD"PAPERS N QUANTITIES J_tosuit [ at Ibis office, ATTORNEYS-AT-1, AW. in all Calilornia courts. Entrance, room., German American Bank bldg, cor. First and Main sts. SliNlsYir CRONIN—N. W. COR FRANK - lin and New High sts., Los Angeles. Rooms 12, 13, 14, Abstract and Title Insurance block. 1~->EC X At FOLEY ATTORNEYS AT~"IAW, 8 and 9 Moore bi'k, 110 Court St. 5 2.1 95 JV. HANNON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, FARM « ers & Merchants bnk bid, rooms 4-5 16 U ""e.'b AC ON fATTO RN E Y-AT- LAW, ROOM _i« 1, N. Main st. 13 X\ T W. lIOLCOMB—ADVICE FREE ON ALL »> . legal matters. 211 West First street. \rf~ii". su in nT - l awyeTiTrooms 205 to > ? • 208, Wilson block, cor. First and Spring. r\ ARTE OFFICES \j 35 to 38 Bryson block, Los Angeles. 8-10-tl T t & HOUSE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 115 W. L; • Firstsl. Collections promptly attended to. C~~ iiT m artin,~la w y er~Xni7l»ota ry, • IJ9 N. Spring si , Los Angeles, CaL 16 F. _ HEN NIN G~ % ATTORN KY AT LAW , Rooms 66 and 67, Bryson block. HOItSK MHO X It. I~jrof'" slioes are doing great work on horses; we guarantee to cv c alt lameness in horses' leet or ask no pay; we have treated a large number of horses that were thought incurable, and in every ease were successful; tbis patent is lor sale as shop, county and stale rights; any horse shoer can operate thes • shoes as well as I can, when they buy the right; bring your lame liorsesand have them examined free: re member, it costs you nothing where no benefit is received. PROF. J. 11. SMITH, specialist of liorses feet. 748 S. Main St., or P. O. box 700.^ NO FOOT.NO HORSE—HORSES SHOD Ac cording to nature and agreeable to ar-. Shoes made lor all diseases of the feet GOOD WIN'S SHOEING SHOP, 264 B, Los Angeles street. 11-17 U NASSAU! ANI> EI.ECTKICItV. MISS EDITH DAKRELL, RECENTLY FROM the east, gives first class massage and mag netic treatments. Hours, from 10 am. to 9 p. m. Rooms ll and 12, 355' jS. spring. 6 V r APOR AND HIP BATHS, MASSAGE AND ebctric treatment; ladies only. MISS C. STAFFER, 211 First St., moms 3, 4, 56, opp. Napeau. ' 10-20i_tf_ MADAM DE LEON — BATHS, MASSAGE; electro-magnetic treat mont. 416', S.spring MISS MARY STONE, MASSAGE TREAT ment, N Spring St., room 22. fTSRENCH LADY, MAGNETIC HEALER. "P Room 8. 355', 6. Spring. 13 PHOTOGRAPH PAKLORS. B'~ON TON PARIXIR- 3 , 452 S. Siring; children's photos a specialty; satisfaction guaranteed. F. R BOYETTE, Prop. C> B WAITE, 211 WEST FIRST-ST., LOS AN- J» geles, Cal. Views made to order gnaran ! teed. Largest assortment S. California views. I-'OUR~TINTYPESrNICEST FINISH, 25c; _ cabinets, $1 aoz; at the tent, Up'r Main st, TIT esner~~makes FIRST-CLAS~B work >> only; $2 up. 120 N. Spring st. 11-24 IJLAZA GALLERY; PHOTOSSI: ANY SIZE J and the best tinish, 513 N. Main st. 11-24 stock", uonds and mortgages. i brokers, represent leading properties; gold, silver, copper, lead, etc.; examinations made and reports furnished by the most com petent and responsible California experts; correspondence solicited; information prompt ly furnished. Office, 328 S. Broadway. 12-1211 HOOKS. a^^?y~ttT6TjsTniTVo^^ and rare books. Stationery and school supplies FUWLER tfc COLWELL. '15 W. Mil. MA HUE I'M. NORMA MAItKET—FOR CHOICE MEATS 1820 S. Main st. Tel. west 171. 11-.'9 EI.EOTKICAL MAVHINEKT. ugTwagniere, electrical machine works Mal'r of electric apparatus. 148 W. Fifths!.; tools and flue machine works. 7-4 FOR BALK—COUNTRY PROPERTY. j/oR sale no cash Required for Fivo years 3S miles south Of the city. Wo handle property strictly on commission. Look everywhere else and then como to us. Wo have property In every part of the city and country at any pr,ce you want It. BOYD A RIGQINS, 218 W. First sL 12-12H 1~7<6RI ~7<6R - SALE—ORANGE ORCHARDS, 5-YEAR ' old; line crop ot fruit, price, $500 per acre; one orchard tl years old, per acre; have very line grove at Alliamhra for sale; a sightly place fora home; price, $500 per acre. A pretty home at Eagle Rock 3i acres: price, $8000. Improved properties nt Duarte, Co vins, Glendora, Pomona, Ontario, and a few at Highlands and Redlands. '1 lie Pomona Real Estate Exchango can furnish you with any kind of Und you wane ELMO R. MESERVE, 109 8. Broadway. 26 F~~0 RITALE-^To - ACRES IN TIIE - BLUE 1118 ■ bon orange belt at Duarte: between 6 and 7 acres set out to best vailctlesof oranges, more than two-thi-ds full bearing, II shares in tlio best water right In S utheru California: small house; one of the best sites lor a home in the San Gabriel valley; magnillceiit view; just the right elevation: moderate price; terms easy, Address OTHEMAN STEVENS, this office. 11 6if L r OR SALE— 1 Government and state school lands in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, San Diego, Riverside, Kern and Inyo counties. Information tree. PACIFIC COLONIZATION CO., tl-17-sa-su-mo-th-tf 208 S. Broadway. f-'GR SALE—FOR $35 WE " ILL LOCATE ] you on 160 acres tine level land In Cos An geles county: also headquarters for atate school lands. DAY A CLARK, 119' 2 South Spring street Established 1883. 10 1/OR SALE IN RIVERSIDE ' COUNTyT 1 cheap homes; superior fruit land ; wa'ered by Lake Hemet Water Co., the largest water system in Southern California. Call HEMET LAND CO., Baker Dlock, L. A. HEAP ifoMES—SUPERIOR FRUIT LAND, watered by Lake Hemet Water Co. system, tho largest in 8. Cal. For full particulars call on HEMET LAND CO., Baker block. 1-1U 95 F"~OR IIALE—I4O~ ACRES GOOD LAND WEST side Ontario, at a bargain; reasonable tlm>-; good chance to make money by subdividing. EDWARD ERASER. 216 S. Broadway 1 l-271f FINANCIAL. (INCORPORATED), Loans money in any amount on all kinds ol collateral securilies, dia monds, jewel.y, sealskins, mer chandise, etc. Also on pianos, Iron and s.cel safes, without re moval, Partial payments re ceived. Money quick. Business confidential. Private office for ladies. W. E. DEG ROOT, Manager, 8-29 ly ROOMS 2, 3and 4, 111 8. Spring st MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc.; also on pianos, merchandise, iion and steel safes, fur niture in lodging houses, hoarding houses and hotels witliout removal; alsoon city and coun try property; low interest; can have money at once: business confidential: private ottiee lor ladies. GEO. S. ROBINSON, 233 W. First st, rooms 2 and 3. 12-22 UNION LOAN COMPANY LOANS MONEY on all kinds of collateral security, watches, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, and furniture in lodging and boarding houses, and on pianos without removal; private offiCM or ladies, room 112; business confidential. CLARK A.SHAW, manager, rooms 111 and 112 Stimson block. 11-lm ITIZENS' INVESTMENYca, 224 9. Broadway, 6tock and bond brokers; loans, mortgages, so euritiea and imestmeiits; collectlous made, laxe, paid and property managed for lion r si deuts orotliers. 11-2911 POINDEXTER it WADSWORTH, BROKERS, 3u5 W . second st., buy aud sell mortgages stocks, bonds and any good securities; if you wish lo lend or borrow or invest in real estate, call on us; collections made and property managed for non-rcsldeuts. 28tf ONEY TO~LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEW elry, watches, pianos, lealsklus, live stock, carriages, bicycles, and all kinds ol personal Slid collateral security. LEE BROS.. 2-18 ly 402 S. Spri'ig st iVI ONEYrToToAN—SEVERAL SUMS: LARGE IVI and small amounts to loan on cily prop erty at lowest rates, and quickly. M. F. ODEA, 103 S. Broadway. 12-8 tf ri/0 — LOAN — $60,000 ~ON RfTaL ESTATE X security, and low rates of interest, city or country. Come and sco us. ERASER A JEN KINS, 132 S. Broadway. i 1 lf rpo ""LOAN" UN7 IMITED AMOUNT FOR X smsll loans; no commissions; light ex pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 223 8. Spring st. 2-11-95 6¥ey""t(TToan on mortgage, in sumsolslooo to$100,000; no charge for examination of property or title, 426 S. Main st MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK. 11-13tf YET ANTED—S3*,OOO WORTH OF CHATTEL, W crop and small mortgages. SNEDEKER, room 1. German American Bank building cor. First and Main sis. MONEY TO LOAN AT 6 PER CENT; RENT, ers' Co-operative Investment Co., F. H. TRUE, general agent, 205 W. Third st. lm TO LOAN-W0,o6o""o _ N — CITY _ PROPERTY In amounts from $350 up REN FRO, REEVES A CO., 213 S. Spring, 24 T" O LOANXmOn'eY - IN SUMS TO SUIT AT reasonable rates. WM. F. BOSBYSIIELL, 116 S. Broadw ay tf T" O I^AN-MONEY"XI"N _ PERsbNAL BECU rity. JOHN L. PAVKOVICII, 220 West First. jtetf_ ONEY TO LOAN—LOWEST RATES. BAR LOW A SHERWOOD, 123 South Broad way. 11-25 tf M" ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT-SEE F. A. HUTCHINSON, 213 W. First street 12-17 A/TONEY - TO LOAN~IN SUMS TO SUIT. iVI SMITH A O'BRIEN, 147 8. Broadway. i 11-27 tf O LOAN—S;O 000 IN SUMS TO SUIT OF $500 and up. E. C. COOK, 353 B. Main. 25 rpo LOAN-*I6O TO $100,000; si TO 8. X net. 220 W. First st. 8 5 tl M- _ ONEY - TO LOAN IN~SUMS TO SUItT 229 W. First st. IVJ LOAN—HONEY ON PERSONAL NOTES, 220 West First 28 tf HIKUBJSS. AND INDE pendent slate writer, is located permanent ly at 242U South Broadway; sittings dal y; tells you all business mailers, develops medi umisiie persons; lost nnd stolen articles found; reunites the scporated, restores lost affections: removes evil spirits' spells, Binlul habits; brings happiness; a medium hy thcglft of God; sittings/ $2; ladies, $1. Parlors 12- and 18, 242Jj S. Broadway. Test circle Tuesday nights. Vf"ME. A. GEORGE, MEDIUM, GIVES AD ivl Vice in nil aflalrs of Hie; tells what busi ness, trade or prof* ssion we are best adapted to follow successfully in life; unites the sep arated, brings about a spcedv marriage, makes love and lucky charms, heals tne sick, devel ops mediumship. teaches fortune telling; giltcd by God; no pay unless satisfaction is given. Room 7, No. 3V5!-;, 8. Spr ng st. MRS. PARKER, LIFE-READING CLAlR voyant; consultations on busincs, min eral locations, law suits; removes disease, love, marriage, etc. lake University electric car to Forrester avenue and Hoover street, go west on Forrester avenue three blocks to Vine street, second house on Vine street, west of Vermont avenue. 3-30 tl AGNES PERCY. MEDIUM, HAS REMOVED t. 108 E. Filth, near Maiu. Gives read ings, $1; also reads cards clairvoyantly, 50c. C.reles Tuesday snd Friday, 2:30 p.m. Ad mission lv cents. Ladies only. 12-15 lm V»EitsbNaL— re"v!~aunes h. plealiamJe! J the celebrated dead-trance medium, gives Private sittings dally; satisfaction guaranteed, ermanently located at 634 S. Broadway. USINESS CARDS $1 PER 1000; OTHER printing in proportion. Pacific Printing Plant, 217 New Hige st. Tel, 1460. 12-19 M — RS — "HOPKI"NB-MlfcirE"LL, BUSINESS and test medium, has resumed bus ness at 700 E. Fifth st.: call and see her. 4-23-05 DRESSMAKING. fitting dresses call at 124 8. Main st Dresses made from *A up. MRo. BTOLTEN BERU-WOLTKR. FOB FOR EXCHANOE-WE HAVE PROPERTIES in Riverside, Redlands, Lugonla, Pants Anita, Pasadena, Santa Monica, Oovina, Loids burg, Glendora, San Diego. Santa Paula, Peoria, 111., state of Washington, lowa, Kan sas, Missouri and Colorado, in exchange lor good property in I.os Angeles or surrounding towns or goodaeerago. ERASER <fc JENK INS, 132 8. Broadway. 11-25 tt _ UTX CHANGE—CHOICE 5 ACRE ORANGE Xj grove witli house; good home place ior small oity homo, $5000. 2',-acre suburban home place; cement walks, 9-room house, hath all complete, $suoo. 15 acres close to cily southwest, $4o(><> lor houso and lot 3. EDWARDS. WASLY, 210 S. Broadway. 10 I/OR HOCSK _ and 3 lots, improved, at Monrovia, lor hoi Angeles vacant lots, or hous : and lot. M 111 pay some difference. Can get a loan ol $1000 on the Monrovia prorertv. CITIZENS' INVESTMENT CO., IS 224 S. Broadway. r>AAA RANCHES FOR EXCHANGE; 300 -ilrlHF houses and lots; groceries, lodging houses, wood nnd coal yards, etc.; property ol every description for Mis and exchange. List your property. Apply to BKN WHITE, 2»1 W. First st. 12 ii 1/OR SALE—COLONY TRACT; NEARLY _ 3000 acres in Riversidecnuntv: 1500 acres in cultivation ; one mile from station ; $H) per acre; easy terms. tIOLWAY A SCHEITER. 309 W. Second s . 22 I7IOR EXCHANGE — A 50X150 FOOT LOTS ' with 5-room liard-liiilshed cottage, with barn, lawn, trees, etc., in city ior smull ranch. Address T., box 20, this ofllcc. 12-15 dAw 1/OR EXCHANGE—To A~CREB~AT FASAO _ ens, $ iOOO, mortgage $1 too. (or cleat east ern properly. HOLWAY A BCHETTER. 310 W. Second st. 22 \VANTED TO EXCHANGE—A CORNER VI business block in Boyle Height for a resi dence clo c in. WM.GROSSER, ISO 8. Broad way. 12-14 tf T/OREXCHANGE- riverside "city and F cnuntv lands for Loa Angeles property. LA NG WORTH A CO., 220 S. Spring St. 12-lMf 1/OR EXCHANGE GILT-EDGE CAHUKNGA JT foothill land, 10, 20 of 30 acres, (or any thing clear. R. 1). LIST, 125';, W, second st. I,'OH EXCHANGE —$1200 FINS Loi [H J' city for land in Antelope volloy. DAY A CLARK, I lit 1 , S. spring sireo". 17 «• EXCHANGE — PROPERTIES OF ANY _ kind. Sco BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 10 22 If CDUUATIONAI. rr^iTT6¥~TN"cd?^ X (incorporated), located at 144 S. Main st, is ihe largest and best equipped institution in Southern California. It provides a thorough business:educatio., iv the most practical way. The shorthand depnrtment leads all competi tors, ami is n great success. lis department of penmanship is conducted by E. K. Isaacs, a teacher of national reputation. Day sessiou open all the year. Night sessions Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights of each week. Send lor catalogue. 11. R. SCHKADER. pres.; F. W . KELSEY vlee-pres,; L. N, I.NSKEEP, see, IVdoDBI'RY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 27« S. tl Spring st.; ilic oldest, largest and llnest equipped commercial sciiool in soutneru Call, iornin; a thorough course iv Hie commercial branches and banking; a superior and success ful shoithaud nnd typewriting dcp.r ment, aud a practical English course; new college rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec tric elevator ior pupils' use; new furniture and appliances; openall the year] pupils received at any time; illustrated catalogue and lull in. formation free. G. A. HOUGH, president; N. C. FELKaR, vice-president. 4 4 ly rpHROOP POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, PAS -1 adena, Calf irni., the only Institution in Southern California providing thorough In dus rial and art training lor both sexes iv con nection with scientific, 1 terary or classical education. Slovd school for younger pupils. Manual training school andcollcgo of technol ogy. Courses larg ly elective. Good homes fu, students. For catalogue and lull informa tion address PRESIDENT CHARLES IL KEYES, l'nsndeua, California. I>F.RSON~A L—PRIVATE SCIIOOL, DAY AND evening sessions; regular class work; $12 for 3 months; Spanish or any special study. $2 per mouth. MRS. A. M. FARMER, room 320, Stimson block. 7 I)RIVATK SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND YOUNG men. Bryson block, 2d aud Spring. The cir cular gives particular*. A. B. BROWN, prlncl pa I. T~bn ANOELES TRAINING SCHOOL (IN j corporatedi lor kindergariners. Addres* MRS. N. D. MAYHEW, 676 W. Twenty-third at, 7-3 tf inTRLS' collegTatfTschool— UT 410 W. Tenth st. MISS PARSONS and MISS DENNEN. 11-18-tl \U LLE."t MOLLE~FRENCH TEACHER 111 319 E.Seventh st. cor. Wall, 11-tf , IIKN TInTS. " k i-i^rnr2i)r7"wT~i^ has al! the latest appliances for doing dental work at the lowest prices: gold crown and bridge work; irregular teeth regulated: wear gold lined plates; they are cheapest and best; lady assistant. 12 15 tf ISS2 -Establish^—^ti - DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING ANE First st..Wilson block; tike elevator. Gold crown and bridgework a specialty; teeth ex tracted Without pain. Room 1. mill ADAMS BROS.' DENTAL" PARLORS, S. Spring st.; painless extracting nnd fill ing; plates, $6, $8, $10; all work guaranteed; established 10 years. 7 7tf TjrT~H.~— ABSBB, M. D., D. D. S., HAS RE- T l a moved to 245 S. Spring st.; special at tention given to loosening teeth aud to dis eases of the gums; moderate pries*. 2-13 -i "uDwieT"semlerT'dTdT s.~dentaT of- Xj lice, room 1, 114 S. Spring st.; ollice hours, 9 to 12 and 1 ISO to 5. la ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS—GERMAN I\_ American Bank building. A set of teeth $6. Best S.S. while teetn, $10 per set. ly DR.~ wilder! Corner Seventh and Main 3ts. Telephone 1031. 4.11 tf r.kennedy7dentist, 108KN. SPRING St., rooms 2, U and 7. Painless extraction, ti 20tf RNEST ALLIN, S., 175~North Spriug St., over Boston store. 11-22 ti ¥/¥ANK ~iSTEVENs7 _ 324 J.i B. SPRINI;"~BT7 \v Open Sundays and evenings; electric liglit. I- -s bTcunnT ngii a m" den t st, _ c a lifo r ' . nia Bank building. D'R.'W. P. TUCKER," DENffsTrHAMMOND block, 120' i S. Spring >t 11 2 tf^ axouß'sioN-. Burlington route excursions, per sonnlly conducted, leave lais Angeles every Wednesday via Southern Pacific, Denver ana Rio Grande nnd Burlington loute for I Incago, New York, Boston and other eastern points; up holstered tourist cars Willi all conveniences, Ste any southern Paolflo agent or writo tv T. H. DL'ZAN, 117 8 Broadway, Cos Angeles, Cni. 1 UDSON'S"popular"excursions - every fj Mondnv, over the Rio Grande Western and Denver and RloGrande railways; scenic route; personally conducted: newly npliol tcred. Cars through to Chicago, New York nud Bos ton Finest equipment, best service, quick time. Office, 212 S. Spring st. 13HTll7pS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EX . cursions. via Southern Pacific, Rio Grande nnd Rock Island routes; leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, cross tho Siorra Ncvadas, pass the entire Rii Grande scenery and make 10 hours' stop at Niagura Falls, all by daylight. Also via the Soichern rout >, El Paso nnd Fort Wortli, every Thursday. Olliee, 13a S. Spring slrccl, V-ii 11 PATBNTN, COPYRIGHT-, MTO. I PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS IN ALL ( (U N tries obtained, bought and sold. Trado marks, copyiigots, etc.. by s. J. DAY A CO., patent attorneys, rooms 232-233 Bradbury building, Los Angeles Established 1849. l-abif H~ AZARD A TOWNSENt), tl DOWNEY block. Tel. 347, Los Angclos. 11-21 tf T/"NIOBTBROJk. PATENT LAW YERS~ANO IV solicitors, 3(H Stimson block. Est. I H43. 1 oculists. iTaTTmislu ocTTLilrr, lormer.y located at Slow el I block, has re moved io Btlmson building; offices, 315-I1U; hours, 9 to 4. 11-15 3m VEGETABLE . MOTT MARKET -- TEaY coffees, spices and olives. LUDWIJ A WAGNER, telephone 550. lv-22 tl ManlKtv WOOD. IRON AND cabinet ware to order; hard wood lum ber. M. BOHRMA.N, 514, S. Spring St.; Tel 368. lm NCIli-iKKIKS. FRED HYNER HAS ORN AMTiNTAITTN D deciduous fruit trees, large variety. 212 W. Fourth st. Call or write. UPHOLSTERER. JAS. F. bolstered goods, mattresses, etc; carpet fitting and laying a specialty. 031 m. Spriug st.