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F" N tSi DOW REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, 109', a Broadway. 9175 each for 2 lots on 28th St., close to the electric cars. $400—Lot 60x160, >outh of Adams st . and just west of the Harper tract; owner Is com pelled to sell. $350- Building lot 50 feet front,covered with bearing trees, H block ol electric cars on 14th street. $225-Bnlldlng lot on Central aye., cement walk aud curb, street graded near Adams st. $400 60 foot lot on 27th st, close to the electric cars; street graded, cement walks and euros. $175-Lot 60x180 on 2Sth st, 100 feet wide and graded, 0-fooi cement walks and curbs, palm trees planted. % block of the electric cars; sej this lot before you buy. sjliOO Fine bul.dlng on Ausms st, 60x1*0. X bl ck to the electrio cars, cement walks and curbs: see this $760 buys a 60-foot lot on 20th St., close to Figueroa st i»SSO-Corner lot on 17th st, west of Figue roa st. $11 no each buys 4 lots on Fifth st, one a cor ter, close to the Arcade depot. HOUSES. $900—Lovely «-room cottage, just south of the city, lot 50x150; nice hedge: lot set to besring f.uit and berries; roses aud flowers in great profusion; worth $1200. $1400—Lovely 5-room, double bay window cottage, i, block of electric cars; street graded and sprinkled; cement walks and curbs; on easy payments. $1600—Nice t -room cottage, in 1 block of the electrio cars; lawn and flowers; only 91500. 91V00—With a small c sh payment down, balance In small monthly payments, we will build ton a lovely 5-room cottage on a 5-l-foot lot, street graveled, cement walks and curbs; within 1 block of electric cars; why pay rent when with the money you p-iy rent you can own your own home? See us before you b-y. RANCHES. $275--Lovely homo ol 34 acres; 7 acres set to hearing lemons; variety of other fruits; 8 seres to strawberries; "water piped; fine 8-room residence, good barn and outbuild ings; only few hundr d yards from railroad station, 20 minutes' ride to tho city; owner is compelled to sell at a sacrifice on account of ill health; price for a few weeks, $275 per acre on easy terms. $1300—16 acres set solid to gum trees; $2500 Worth of wood sold off place 3 years ago; same amount can be sold off inside of 6 months; choice soil; located Just south of the city. $3500—5 acres corner Figueroa st., just south of the city, set to bearing fruit; good 7 room residence, lawn and flowers; don't buy till you tee th s lovely home. $6000—20 seres, highly improved, within 12 miles of the city; 4 acres In navel oranges, 10 acres in deciduous fruits; water-right goes with the laud; good 8 room house, barn and outbuildings; choice selection of loses and or namental plants and flowers. $65 to $200 per acre for choice fruit and farming lands, 1 mile outside the city, close to the eloctric road, in trscts lo suit, on tasy terms. FOR EXCHANGE. For a vacant lot nice 4 room cottage; good stable and outbuildings, lawn and flowers: lot 145x135, a corner. 5 acres set solid to bearing oranges; 5 room cottage, water piped; for vacant lots in the elty; 40 acres of fine farm ing land south of the city for a residence here. We have improved properties in Riverside, Orange, San Diego. San Bernardino snd Los An celes counties. See us before you buy. Free carrisge from our office. Tei. l-.'.M. GRIDER * DOW. 17 109} i S. Broadwsy. ITtOR SAIJJ—BY HUNTER & DAVIDSON r 111& Brosdwoy. ft A rXfIA- W ILL BUY 30 FEET ON SOUTH Hill st, near Sixth. (JUj jSAA-WILL BUY 00 FEET FRONTING ©"tOvU on Broadway. ■afilfiflA—WlLL BUY A LOT ON TWENTY fPJV/vnJ third st. and Ellis aye., west of Figu eroa st. dhor/Y-WILL BUY 50-FOOT LOT ON 3pOOU Twenty-first street, near Un on aye. I»DCA—WILL BUY 50-FOOT LOT ON DAVIS e?0»/v st, half block from electric ca s. HOUSES |<n AAA—WILL BUY 60 FEET ON SOUTH &l£t\RJ\' Hill St., with very large house of 10 rooms; clean side; investigate this. Si'lfk A/)/.—WILL BUY «6 FEET ON WEST tZU.UITU Sixth street. This properly is paying $200 per month income. iffl — rt/uv-vyilX BUY 34 FEET, HILL, BE nr i «H'U tween Second and Third sis; im proved. ■JJOrtAA-W ILL BUY AN ELEGANT 8-ROOM epOsWnJ l new house in beautiful South Bon nie Brae; $1090 cash, balance to suit pur chaser. Aonnn—WlLL BUY THE CORNER OF Fourth, near Main, electric cars round the corner. •afc'lA flfill W 'LL BUY WALNUT RANCH ■TP—U«I/lr\f of 75 acres,2o acres 20 years old, lo acres 4 years old, 8 acres alfalfa, 1(> acres corn or alfalfa-has pasturage suitable for hogs or cattle. This place Is the "Banner Walnut Ranch" of Los Angeles county. Net ting the owner this year $2 600, It is only 10 miles from Los Angeles, %W miles from rail road. House 7 rooms Calif. Plenty water, This pays 12', per cent on the investment. The owner has only to collect the money. The placet kes care of Itself, Here is chance for a life time. We can verify the above to a let ter. Don't procrastinate but come and let us show you Hie finest property in South Cali fornia. <a£f>/y-\ WILL BUY 14 ACRES X MILES WUUVV sou h of the city and west of Fig ueora st. This is the foundation of an elegant home immediately and adjoining the city or will exchange for a good house and lot lv the City. Terms easy. We also have a block of good "oil land" in tbe very center of the "oil belt" HUNTER A DAVIDSON, 17 111 South Broadway. JgARGAINS IN LAND, Orchards for homes and tracts for Colony Purposes. For Sa'e by A. H. NEIDIG, 260 R. Broadway. 25 acres, all in bearing fruit at Glendale. Elegant water right. Hone 6 rooms, large barn, oneof the most desl-able income orchard properties in California. 0 acres, Cahuenga valley, on foot hill, near Motor line, and near the proposed electric road to Santa Monica. In frostless belt. 2 acres lemons. 3 acres soft shell walnuts, peaches between, bearing, 4 room house, fine well water, steel wind mill. Fine view of the ocean; a splendid piece. 4o acres; 3 miles from city limits and elec tric road, land all set to walnuts aud decidu ous fruits, bearing. Want offer. 40 per acre for entire tract A fine bearing walnut orchard at Rivera. 2060 acres good land; fine for colony pur poses; water piped. BARGAINS IN CITY PROPERTY. 2 lots well Improved on Twenty four, h near Main St.; house 0 rooms; good barn; 20 heavy bearing orange trees; fine lawn; flowers; room for another house; a comfort.bit home; only 9*500; this bargain will not remain In tbe market long. Elesant lots on Grand avenue, 135 feet deep to alley; $60 a front foo\ Several large corners In desirable localities; fine for investment Good Broadway, Spring and Main street property for sale; also a good list of city homes. For sale by A. H. NEIDIG 17 260 8. Broadway. fl; | in/Y-5 ROOM COTTAGE, BARN, WORK flpJlUUshop, chicken yard, etc.; lot 50x 160; half block of electric line. $1600-5 room oottage, barn chicken yard; lot 50x128, fenced: lawn, flowers, cement walks,etc.; Twenty-flrot street, between Grand and Figueroa $2800—6 room modern house, large carriage house, big lot; all improvements; Twenty eighth and Grand. $7500—The finest 9 room house in the city; everything modern; on electric line, near Figueroa $10,000—12 room mansion on Graod ave nue. 9750-Two large level lots, 50x160 each, fully set to fruit, flowers, etc; cement walks; only one block from electric line; a snap. $9:>o—A fine lot on Wright street, near Six teenth; choice. $1500—A fine lot In O. W. Childs tract $l-00-10 lots in a body; choice. _. A Jil ll *' to select from at the office fHE DEAN, GILBERT A SAN FORD CO., 17 1!,;4 Soutll Broadway. ITIOR SALE-$3OOO, NEW 0-ROOM COLO nial cottage, on car line; pos esslon at once. HOLWAY & SCHETTER, 309 W. Sec ond st 22 TTtOR SALE—INSTALLMENTS, 5-ROOM COT- S . cl ,V?. e .. in ' *»100. POINDEXTER A WADBWORTH, 305 W. Second St. 1-1 *95 FOR S AL.SE—CITY PEOPIKTT. ™itmK * 1? M. F. ODEA, 103 8. Broadway. Lot on Spring St.; 50 feet, with good house; $300 per foot. New 2 story house: 9 rooms; Grand avenue; $4000 Now 2 story house; 9 rooms; Twenty-third Bt.; University electrio line; $3800. 2 fine lots; Bonsai lo aye.; $2200. The cheapest lot in the city; Maple aye. and Fifteenth St.; $750. The cheapest lot In the city; Santee and Fif teenth sts.; $1160. Grocery business, long established, with fine fami y trade. Invoice price. Owner obliged to give up on account of other business. A good chance to secure a first-class business; $300n. M F. ODEA, IBM 103 a Broadway. I/or "sale-finest Lots - Tn bo'nnie r Brae from $1800 to $.'5OO . lot on Twenty first near Figueroa, $825: lot on Pico near Union, $650; lots on Vernon and Albanr be low Pico, $650. MCKNIGHT A CLAY, 252 8. Broadway. N I/OR 8 ALE — A bFsi¥eBS PROPERTY"; JT price $7500; paying 15 J>T cent on valua tion; one-half cash. CARTER A BEECHER, 3*B 8. Broad.nay. 18 Houses ~ on instalments IN ALL pans of the city, or will build to suit yon. BA It LOW A SHERWOOD, 123 8. Broadway. FOR BALI-COUNTRY PROPERTY. jTtoR sale no cash Required for Five years miles couth Of the city. We handle property strictly on commission. Look everywhere else and then come to us. We have property In every part of the city and country at any pr.ee you want it. BOYD A RIGOINB, 218 W. Firstst. 12-12U I~T<OR SALE—ORANGE ORCHARDS, 5-YEAR ' old; fine crop ol fruit; price, $500 per acre; one orchard 6 years old, $600 per acre; have very fine grove at Alhambra for sale; a sightly place for s borne: price, $50u per acre. A prett home at Eagle Rock. 3 ; acres; price, $8000. Improved properties at Duarte, Co vins, Glendora, Pomona, Ontario, and a few at Highlands and Redlands. The Pomona Real Estate Exchange can iurnish you with any kind of L.nd you want. ELMO R. MESKRVE, 109 8. Broadway. 26 F — orTa acres in the blue rib• bon orange belt at Duarte; between 6 and 7 acres set out to best varlettes of oranges, more than two-thl'ds full bearing, 9 shares In the best water right in S .uthern California; small house; one of the best sites for a home in the San Gar,riel valley; magnificent view; just the right elevation; moderate price; terms easy, Address OTHEMAN STEY'ENS. this office. 11 6tf ISORBALE— ~ ' Government and state school lands in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, San Diego, Riverside, Kern and Inyo counties. Information freo. PACIFIC COLONIZATION CO., 11-17-sa-su-mo-th-tf 208 S. Broadway. OMPULSORY - SALE OF ITnD~TO~ CLOBE up an estate—32o acres of grazing and farming land in Tulare county, Cal., 10 miles northeast of Vlsalia, 1 mile distant from Ka weah station on Southern Pacific railroad. Apply at once to J(>a MESMEK, Administra tor, Los Angeles, Cal. 12-17-lm FOR SALE—IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY" cheap homes; superior fruit land; waiered by Lake Hemet Water Co., the largest water system in Southern California. Call HEMET LAND CO., Baker Dlock, L. A. HEAP HOMES—SUPERIOR FRUIT LAND, watered by Lake Hemet Water Co. system, the largest in S. Cal. For full particulars call on HEMET LAND CO., Baker block. 1-19 05 FOR BALE—I4O ACRES~GOOD LAND*WEST side Ontario, at a bargain; reasonable tlm ; Kood chauee to make money by subdividing. EDWARD FKASER, 316 a Broadway 1 l-27tf Tjioß~ BAI7E-"28 ~A CRE S~\V ELL IMPROVED. I with house, outbuildings and barns, all under fence. To be sold at a bargain. Address PHINEAB TIBBFrr. Palms, Cal. 16tf IJIOR SALE-$3OO PER ACRE-TEN ACRES 1 lemon land at Hollywood, on Sunset boule vard. BRODTBECK 4 McCON NELL, 113 S. Broadway. 17 FOR SALE-LIVK STOCK. I""~ r 1 20 bead of gentle horses, single or double, from $30 up: some good family horses: you can get just what you want by coming dow-n; I guarantee everything I sell. V. V. COCH RAN, Citizens' Stockyards, corner Second and San Pedro sts. 11-2> lm IpOR SALE-ONE CARLOAD, 20 HEAD. OF ' young horses: sound, well bred and broken; all in tine condition; every horse sold by me guaranteed to be as represented. JOHN Mc- PHFiRSON, cor. Third and S. Los Angeles sts. TSOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE, WEI.L-BROK- I en farm, business and surrey horses, at the Wrstmlnster stables, 110 and 112 E. Fourth st. Guaranteed as represented. 1-13 TSOR SALE-GOOD DRIVIRG ANIT~WORK X 1 hors->, strong farming wason: also strong watch dog. Apply owner, 117 Crescent ay. 17 IJIOR SALE AND EXCHANGE—FINE SINGLE 1 and double drivers, buggies and harness. B. F. BACON, rear 50 j couth Broadway. ITtOR BALE—S3S, JERSEY COW AND CALF. 1 427 Darw in aye , East Los Angeles. lO ITtOR SALE—6 ENGLIiIT"SETTER J>UP3. ' Call at 847 Bt'ENA VISTA st. 20 FOX SALK-MISCKkLANSOUS. old pi)s¥age 1 stamps, Cheap. T., box 26. this office. F"~or~BaTe-6~ld~papers — N~3UANTITIES to suit, at Ihiß office. MKMIUMS. pendent slate writer, is located permanent ly at 242... South Broadway; sittings dai y; tells you all business matters, develops medi umlstic persons; lost and stolen articles found; reunites the separated, restores lost affections; removes evil spirits' spells, sinful habits; brings happiness; a medium by the gift ossTod; siltlngs, $2: ladies, $1. Parlors 1* and 18, 242U S. Broadway. Test circle Tuesday nights. 29_ MME. A. GEORGE, MEDIUM, GIVES AD vir-e in all affairs of life; tells what busi ness, trade or prof.ssion we are best adapted to follow successfully in life; unites the sep arated, brings about a speejv marriage, makes love and lucky charms, heals tne sick, devel ops mediumshlp teaches fortune telling; gifted by God; no pay unless satisfaction is given. Room 7, No. 3 is}i 8. Spr ng st. MRS. "PARKER, LIFE-READING CLAlR voyant; consultations on busine-s, min eral locations, law suits; removes disease, love, marrlnge, etc. Take 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 tf AGNES PERCY\~ME~bIUM, HA8 _ REMOVED t ■ 108 E. Fifth, near Main. Gives read ings. $1; also reads can's clairvovantly, 50c. C rcles Tuesday and Friday, 2:36 p.m. Ad mission lo cents. Ladies only. 12-15 lm KRSONAL— REV. aGNEB H. PLEASANCE, the celebrated dead-trance medium, gives private sinings dally; satisfaction guaranteed. Permanently located at 634 S. Broadway. BU 81 NESS CARDS~ST~PER~ 1 000; OTHER printing in proportion. Pacific Printing Plant, 2i7 New Hige st. Tel. 14b0. 12-1* M~~Rfi HOPE" INS-MITCH ELL, BUSINESS and test medium, has resumed bus ness at 700 E. Fifth st.: call and see her. 4-23-95 I'LUMHKKrI. SPEAKING OF IM.uld^Bv : are Invariably based on doing a class of work that will please our patrons. VANDE GRIF'T & CRIPPEN, 229 W. Fouith street. CH. WOTTON—SANITARY PLUMBING A • specialty. Estimates riven, 206 East Fourth St., two doors east of Los Angeles st. FR ANK AT WEINSII ANKr PLUMBER - AND gas litter. 240 E. Second st Tel. 136. FORNITUHK. TIIE LOS ANGELES FURNITURE Ex change, 351 N. Main, is the place to buy or sell your furniture, carpets; for first-class upholstering; goods stored and suld on com mission; 11- t-class stock and popular prices. C. E. BUELL. 1 tf NE STORE* WAN TS GOODS EICHISON& LANE, 617 S. Spring st. —v M TOR A 4}at. rpKE LrATTsTORA^E^AJr^^ X age of all kinds of goods. 351 N. Main st 'LOg AjNUKLKSr- MKKALDt MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1894 FOR EXOfIANOr. 1' s acST orange j grove with house good home place for small city home, $50uO. 2'. r ncre suburban home place; cement walks, 9-room house, bath all complete, WAUOO. 15 acres close to city southwest, $4600 for house and lots. EDWARD FKaSER, 210 S. Broadway. 17 JjsOß EXCHANGE-WE HAVE PROPERTIES In Riverside, Redlands, Lug nia, Santa Anita, Pasadena, Santa Monica, Covina, Loids burg, Glendora, San Diego. Santa Paula, Peoria, 11L. state of Washington. lowa, Kan sas, Missouri and Colorado, in exchange lor good property in Los Angeles or surrounding towns or good ace rage. ERASER & JENKINS, 132 s Broadway. 11-25 tf FOR EXCHANGE—A PROFITABLE GRAIN producing 40 acre tract of level land on railroad 10 miles from Los Angeles clear. Value $4,000 for residence in southwest part of city; will assume or pay cash difference. CARTER A BEECHER, 18 328 South Broadway. ITtOR EXCHANGE—TEN ACRES IN 3 X 1 years' old olives, perfect irrigation, suf ficient water 8 miles from city of Pomona clear price 1(14,000 for Pasadena or Los An geles property will assume. CARTER A BEECHER, 18 328 South Broadway. I/OR EXCHANGE—IO BEAUTIFUL LEVEL X 1 acres land: has been plowed and graded; with 14 shares oi waier, located near Arrow head Springs depot; owner will sell this very reasonable; part on time or will exchange for something in the city to the value of about $.600. E. H. PIEFER A CO., 108 S. Broad way. 17 'IAAIi RANCHES FOR EXCHANGE; 200 — houses and lots; groceries, lodging houses, wood and coal yards, etc.: property of every description for sale and exchange. List your properly. Apply to BXN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 12 tf ITtOR SALE—COLONY TRACT; NEARLY X 1 3000 acres in Riverside county: 1500 acres in cultivation; one mile from station; 810 per acre; easy torms. HOLWAY .v. SCHEITER. 309 W. Second s . 82 irtoß "exchange—io acres at - pasad- V ena, $3000, mortgage $i 100. for clear eos' ern property. HOLWAY i SCHETTER, 3i.9 W. Second st. 22 WANTED TO EXCHANGE—A CORNER business block in Boyle Height for a resi dence clo c in. WM.GROSSER, 136 8. Broad way. 12-14 tf 15 O RE X C HAN GE-^RIVERSIDK CITY AND I county lands for Los Angeles property. LANGWORTH A CO., 22(1 a Spring St. 12-I.Mf INOR EXCHANGE-GILT-EDGE CAHUKNGA r foothill land, 10, 20 or 30 acres, for any thing clear. R. D. LIST, W. Second st. FOR~ EXCHANGE—SI2OO FINE LOT IN citvfnr land in Antelope valley. DAY A CLARK, 119}$ 8. spring stree . 17 .) EXCHANGE — PROPERTIES Tw~ ANY 1 kind. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. Firstst. IQ2 tf UKNTIaTB. rT~c. a. fiWt~st~ latest appliances for doing dental work at lowest prices; gold crown and bridge work; irregular teeth re ulatcd: wear gold lined plates; are cheapest and best; lady assistatrt. ~~isB2—Established— BS2 DR. L. W. WELIJS, CORNER -PRING AND First St., Wilson block; take elevator. Gold crown and bridgework a specialty; teeth ex tracted without pain. Room 1. mltf ADAMS BROS.' DENTAL PARLORS. 230,* 8. Spring St.; painless extracting and fill ing; plates, $8, $8, $10; all work guaranteed; established 10 years. 7 7tf W~H. MABBER,~M7~b~D. D. S., HAS RE • moved to v 45 S. Spring St.; special at tention given to loosening teeth and to dis eases of the gums; moderate prices. 2-13 UDWIG SEMLER, D. D. S.; lAENTAL OF tlce-, room 1, 114 S. Spring St.; office hours, 9 to 12 and 1:30 to 5. 13 LBANY DENTAL PAR L o RB—G E R MAN American Bank building. A set of teeth $6. Best S.B. white teeth,slo per se'. ly DR/WILDER, Corner Seventh and Main sts. Telephone 103 i. 4 lltf DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, 108!* N. SPRING st, rooms 2, (I and 7. Painless extraction. 6 2otf ERNEFFaTII nTd. D. s/lTdTs., 17rTNorth Spring St., over Boston store. 11-22 tf f7iRANK~STEVENS, _ 324!4 S. SPRING ST. 1 Open Sundays and evenings: electric light. I7i~R. CUNNINGHAM," DEXTIST,~CALIFOR ' . nla Bank bulldinfT-'' DR. W. P. TUCKER, DENTIST, HAMMOND block, 12Q'.j 8. Spring -t It 2 tf PHYSICIANS. 1 pensary; in order to introduce our com mon-sense methods we will give the first week's treatment free to alt new cases; all dis eases qr 'kly and permanently cured by our methods; eminent physicians in charge. Call o: write, 51.}* N. Main St., opposite Pico House. brn C. W. UNGER. EX-ARMYDOC- YKzB tor from Berlin, Germany, cures all female and chronic d scases, both medical and surgical; catarrh, rheumatism; medicine, $1 a bottle: cancers, tumors, piles removed without knife; come and see the cancer. 254 S. Maiu st. Ofhce hours: 11, 12; 2, 5, 6, & 10-3 Ira NOTICE— K. D. WISE. M. D., OFFICE, 228 8- Spring St.; office hours from 8 to 10 a.m. and 1 to 5 p.m.; di c ses of women aspecialty; Sraduaie of Jeflerson medical col.ege, Phila elphia. 11-14tf MRS. DR. J. H. BMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD wlfery. Ladies cared for during confine ment at 727 Bellevue aye. Calls promptly at attended to. To ephope 1118. 0-5 tf HYGIfS:A"fREA"TMENTTTORALL DISEASES; most suceesslui method; no drugs; has cured hundreds; consultation free. J. T. TUTTLE, 643 S. Broadway. 2-25 SXCCKSIOMS. BURLINGTON ROUTE EXCURSIONS, PER sonally conducted, leave Los Angeles every Wednesday via Southern Pacific, Denver and Rio Grande and Burlington unite for Chicago, New York, Boston and other eastern points; up holstered tourist cars with all conveniences. Ste any Southern Pacific agent or writo lo T. H. DUZAN, 11/ 8 BrOadway, Los Angeles, Cai. JUDSON'SPOPULAR EXCURSIONS - EVERY Monday, over the Rio Grande Western and Denver and RioGranderailways; scenic route; personally conducted; newly uphol tered Cars through to Chicago, New York and Bos ton Finest equipment, best service, quick time. Office, 212 8. Spring si. PH ILLIPS'"PERSON A ELY CONDUCTED EX cursions. via Southern Pacific, RioGrande and Rock Island routes; leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, cross the Sierra Nevadas, pass the entire Rio Grande scenery and make 10 hours' stop at Niagara Fails, all by daylight. Also via the Southern rout •. El Paso and Fort Worth, every Thursday. Office, 13i a Spring strcei. v-9 tf PI ANON. l7qslT"l*AT]E^ V right piano, slightly used, $-.-65. Hand some lvers A Pond piano, snap bargain, not much used, $*S5; worth $4 0. Largest size cabinet grand piano, 3 pedals, walnut case, fine tone, $270. cash or instal.menta KOHLER A CHASE, 233 8 Spring St. "fjsO RESALE—AT A BARGAIN—UPRIGHT V Krantch A Bach piano, used only a short time. GARDNER A ZELINER, 2i3 S. Broad way, i ', 18 P5Or _ hTrdmanpiano, 1 very cheap, must be sold. GARDNER <St ZELLNER, 213 S. Broadway, IS J-tOE RENT--"PIANOS—INQUIRE AT THE 'Norwood, corner Sixth and Hill sts. MRS. FRANK MANTON. 22 HILT. POSTER-:. L,, lug Co.; the only honest bill poster. 119 E Second. Tel. 1475, Sign painting. (TeoTp. Mclean, president "state bill X Posters' association; the only bill poster in Los Angeles. 254 S. Main st. meesscii * v vt nouns, PAUL KOYNE — MANUFACTURER PIPES and caves, German sport pipes, German cigar and cigarette holders in meerschaqm and wetzel wo id. Meerschaum goods re pnlr d. 256 South Broadway. 10-2 59 OCOLISt'e). i^k7~^vyalteii~g^ VJ formeny located at Stowell block, has re moved .o Stlmson building; offices, 316-116; hours, 9 to 4. 11-15 3m SEAL ESTATE. 1 D insurance agents; money loaned at six iQ) percent 205 West Third stre-t. 12-7 if A Nl> JEWELKtI. 0-1 OLD'FILLED WATCHES AND'jEWELRY X at tempting prices at W. J. Gets' jewelry store, 338 S, Broadway. IPICISLISTR. MANICURING for ladies and gentlemen; specialist In complexion department; electrolytic removal of superfluous hair. 206-7-8 Stiinson block; t«L 1256. 3-10-95 ANDRUFF PERMANENTLY' CURED; EX amlnatlon free; also chiropody, manicur ing, shampooing, etc. VACY STEER, 121}* 8. Broadway. 12-13 Dll. R." G. COLLINS. OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN with the L. A. Optical Inslitut*, eyes ex amined free. 120 a Spilng sk 5-30 tf D"~ r. j. h7¥yan7~ey e, ear, nose and throat, etc., removed to 202. Stlmson hlk. DRESSMAKING. fitting dresses call at 124 8. Main st. Dresses made from $1 up. MRS. STOLTEN BERG-WOLTEK. ROOKS. OLT) and rare books, stationery' and school supplies FOWLER A COLWELL, 115 W, 2d. EI.EOTRICAI, M A Cllt VB« V. AUG. WAGNIERE. ELECTRICAL MACHINE works Maf'r of electric apparatus. 148 W. FTith st.; tools and tine machtnt works. 7-4 onnsultino knoinbbrB. enr^ETrettT^m^ha neer and draughtsman. 114 N. Spring st. 12-16 l in FACIAL KI.KMINIIKS, SUPERFLUOUS lIAIR.TvARTS AND MOLES 17 permanently removed by electricity; hours 11 to 1. Room 1, 202 8. Broadway. NUKnKKIBsI. FIRED HYNER HAS ORNAMENTAL AND deciduous fruit tre s, large variety. 212 W. Fourth st Call or write. MARKET*. TV'OR MA MARKET—FOR"~CHOICE MEATS IH2O S. Main st. Tel. west 171. i- " IPROPOSALS1 PROPOSALS FOR FRAME HOSPITAL building —U. s. Indian Industrial school, Perrls, Cal., Novemb r 30, 18U4. rea'ed pro posals, endorsed: "Protoox s for Bui.ding," aud Addressed to the undersigned at Perns, ca., will be received at this school until 1 o'cl ek p. m. of Friday, Deeemhcr 28, 1894, for furnishing the neces ar/ materials and labor and er.cttng audcomp eting on the site £e -1-cted, at thi* scnoel, o.ie two-st try frame hospital building, as per the pi ns and specifi cations, which, may be ex.nnined at the olliee of the Herald of Los Angeles, Cal., and at this school. The attention of bidders is invited to the actofcongr.ssatiprov.il August 1, 1892, en titl.d: '-An act relating to the limitation of th ihou s of dahy service of laborers and me chanics employed upon the public works of the I nited states and of the District of Co lumbia;" a so 'An act for the protection of persons furnishing materia and labor for the coiist uctloii of public worss," approved Au gust 13, 1894. T he right is reserved t , reject any or all bids or any part of any bid if deemed for the best interests of tbe s.rvice. Bidders will state in their bids the length of time required in tue construction of the building. CRRTIFIED CHECKS. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check or draft upon some United mates de posttor/or solvent national Daftk in the vl cinlty of the lesidence of the bidder, made 1 ayaole to the order of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for at least five per cent of the amount of the proposal, which check or draft will be fo fcitej io the United Bt,tes in esse any bidder or bidders, receiving an award, shall fait to promptly execute a contract wdih good and sufficient sureties, otherwise lobe returned to the bidder. Bltls accompauied by ca-h In lieu oi certi fied check- will not be considered. For any further information apply to 12-1 21t War. F. T. BRAY', superintendent United States Land Office, j Los Ak«ei.es Cel., Nov. a 7, 1*94.1 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :—NOTICE IS hereby given that tbe Southe n Pacific Railroad company (M-in Line), has filed in this office a list of lands situated in the town ships described below, and iias applied for a patent for said ands; that the list is open to the public for inspection, and a copy ther of, by descriptive subdivisions, has been posted iv a convenient place in this offie- for the In spection of all persons interested, and the public gen rally. Within the next sixty days, following the date of this notice, protests or contests against the claim of the company to any tract or nib division described iv tiie list, on the ground that the same is more valuable for mineral than agiii uitural purposes, will be received and noted for report to the Gcnc.al Land Office at Washington. D. C,to wit: supplemental List 22. List No. 24. Selections made October 3, 1887. Township UN.. Range 23 W., S. B. M. Township 12 N., Ran c *2 W., a B. M. Township 12 N., Range 23 W.. S. B M. T. J. BOLTON. Re.istcr. S-lOt ENOCH KNIGHT, Receiver. Assignee's Sule Keul Property. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY virtue of an • rder of sale duly given and made by the superior court of Los Angeles county, state of California, in a proceeding of insolvency therein pending entitled, "In the matter of N. Morris, In insolvency." Undersigned assignee of N. Morris wl'i on the 27th day of December, 1894, at 11 o'clock a. m., at the office of Graff .t Latham, 307 W First St., city of Los Angeles, sell at public auc tion, to the highest bidder for cash, all the right, title and interest ol the estate of said N. Morris, an insolvent debtor, to the following real proper v, to-wit: South half (•*.) of lot seven (7. and eight (8 , block 112, intheciryof Pomona, counly of Los Angeles, state of California F"or full particulars apply to 307 W. F\rst St., Los Angeles ci.y. DaledDeeember 15th, 1894. H. W. HELLMAN, Assignee of N. Morris, Insolvent Debtor. Graff A Latham, Attorneys for Assignee. 25 Examination of Teachers. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE semi-annual examination of teachers will be held in the State Normal School building, corner of Grand avenue ami Fifth streets, Los Angeles beginning on Monday, December 24th, at lOo'cloek a. m. All applicants for certificates upon examina tion must be present a. the beginning of tho examination. Teachers desiring their certificates renewed should file application for renewal with the secretary of the county board of education (room 47 court liousej on or before December 20th. Teachers holding valid primary grade certif icates issued in this county, and desiring to take the grammar grade examination, innst report on Thursday, December 27th, at Nor mal School building. By order of the board of education. W W. SEAMAN, Secretary. Los Angeles, December 3, 1894 27 Stockholders' Meetintr. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE regular annual meeting o: the stockhold ers of The Nation-1 Bank of California, at Los Angeles, will be held at the hanking office of said corporation, on the northeast corner of Second and Spring sire rs, iv the city of Los Angeles, on Tuesday, the Mh day of Janusry 1895, between the 'hours of t and 3 o'clock p.m, of saitl day, for the purpose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year and the transaction or such o<her business as may be brought befoie the meeting. A. HADLEY, Cashier. December 7. 1894. 1-8 IS INTEREST JUST? Tha Question tn Omnia Hafnre the Single Tax Sfaattna;. This evening at the single tax meet ing in Blanobard-Fitzgerald hail, Clar ence A. Miller will address tbe audience on the question: Is Interest Just? Fol lowing his address there will be a gen eral discussion of the question, and of the movement toward getting idle men at work on the city lands now unused. Single tax speakers will also answer questions. The exercises will be en livened with music, beginning at 7:45. Mr. John P. Wetmore, a prominent real estate agent of San Angelo, Texas, has used Chamberlain's Colic, Cboleru and Diarrhoea Remedy in bis family for several years as occasion required, and always with perfect success. He says: "I find it a perfect cure for our baby when troubled with oolic or dysentery. I now feel that my outfit is not complete without a bottle of this remedy at home or on a trip away Irom home." For sale by Off & Vaughn, corner Fourth and Spring streets, and 0. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main street, druggist. NEWS ABOUT THE CHURCHES. A Solemn High Mass Celebrated by Vicar General Adam. Rev. A. Bane Addresses the y. m. c. a, Rev. J. S* Thornton on Paradls* and Purgatory—Services In Other Hauctn arlva. The services in the various churchea in this city were largely attended yes terday. Rev. A. 0. Bane, pastor oi Trinity M. E. church, delivered a lec ture to young men in Y. M. CA. hall in tbe afternoon, taking (or his subject Blood Will Tell. A solemn high mass was celebrated in the cathedral, the Key. Fatbsr Adam, vicar-general, acting as celebrant, as sisted by Fathers Doyle and Savage. Dr. J. 8. Thomson,pastor of tbe church of the Unity, preaohed from the text: "The goßpel was preached to tbe dead,'' First Peter. 4-6, in a masterly manner. A noticeable feature in tbe various churches was the large number of strangers who were in attendance. The spring-like weather which prevailed throughout the day stimulating them to an observance of their religious dnties. Unity Church. Tbe pastor, Dr. J. 8. Thomson,selected tor tbe text of hie sermon on Paradise and I'urgatory, the words from First Peter, 4:6: "The gospel was preached to the dead." Hades .is tbe name of the place of Bpirits between eartb and beaven. Christ descended into this place after his death to "preach to the spirits in prison." According to the third and fourth chapters of First Peter, the spirits in badee had another opportuni ty offered to them to repent, to relorm their live::, aud to prepare themselves to be worthy oi beaven. Those infidels who perished in Noah's flood, and who beard Christ's sermons after his death, must have been in hades for thousands of years; and their imprisonment for tbat long period was considered by Cnrist as sufficient pnnisbment for their disobedience. Peter says (Acts, 2:34), tbat "David is not ascended into the heavens;" and tnis statement shows tbat David, whom the Christian Henry Vlli. of England copied, had to expiate his crimes in purgatory for many cen turies. Hades contains two depart ments—paradise and purgatory. The earthly picture of paradise is an ori ental park, and tbe crematory at Jeru salem for burning up otfal is a fit symbol of purgatory. In the parable of Dives and Lazarus, we see that Abraham and Dives held a very interesting conversa tion across tbe gulf of character which separated Lazarus from Dives. Lazarus was "comforted" in paradise but Dives was "tormented" in purgatory. One of the two thieves went to paradise, not to heaven, after his death; the other went, to purgatory. There must be alterdealb an opportunity given to infidels and sinners, according to the third and fourth chapters of First Peter, to hear the gospel nnd to live as its divine pre cepts direct; for Christ after his cruci fixion preached to the dead. Ihey had on tiered enough and they were to have the same chance as men iv the body tbat had beard the gospel. Tbe exper ience of Dives in purgatory seems to bave had a salutary influence upon his mind, for he shows repentance, kindly consideration for his surviving broth ers, and a strong desire to prevent mis ery. These are surely fine traits of char ter, and Abraham talked to him very kindly though plainly,and called him his son. All this shows plainly enough that Christ's influences are not limited to this world aud life, hut tbat they ex tend away into the invisible world. Tbe old plan of treating criminals was to inflict pain upon mind and body, out of a spirit of revenge. There is another method tbat is fast gaining public favor. It assumes that society has not done all thnt it ought to have done for its crimi nal members, and that the offenders have a risht to a punishment and an education that will cause repentance and reformation, and tbat will prepare unfortunate men and women to be trusted and useful members of society. In Australia, in the British Isles, in our eastern states, and in Whittier in our own stale, tnis new method of saving "the lost sheep of tbe house of Israel" has been tried, and has been sound worthy of ail confidence on account of the good results which it has produced. Hod is surely responsible to his divine conscience for hie human children. Christ's mission to the lost is a proof tbat God feels tbe sense of responsi bility. California doss not claim that it is tbe most moral place on the earth ; but if God sends bis bad children to eternal misery without a second chance, then California can boast that it has a far finer sense of justice and the gospel than God has. Praying for tbe dead ie neither unreasonable nor unspirimal, nor unsoriptural. Even Christ asked his disciples to commune with him after his death, and commun ion is tbe highest spirit of prayer. Why should we not wisb miceo-a and happi ness to our dead friends? And what is a spiritual wish but a prayer? Protes tantism teaches us tbat death kills our spiritual concern for our dead friends; if so, then so much the worse for Protes tantspirituality. The Catholic church may have misunderstood and abused the doctrine in paid prayers for tbe dead, but the misuse of a truth should not cauas unprejudiced people to reject ir. Thore is no wrong in praying that all spirits, in tbe body and out of tbe body, may co-operate with God in mak ing tbe universe what be has deter mined it shall be. Y. M. C. A. Hall. Rev. A. 0. Bane of Trinity M. E. church delivered a lecture to young men in the Y. M. 0. A. hall yesterday afternoon, apeaking from the 58th verse, 17th chapter of Samuol, "Whose son art thou, young man?" The hall was filled to overflowing and the attention of the congregation was held to the conclusion. He drew a moral from the faith that was in David when he went forth to meet Goliath in battle, armed with a simple sling and stone, end defeating him, brought his severed bead to the king, Saul asked him "Whose son art thou ?" aud he an swered, I am the son of thy servant Jesse. He urged the young men to remember their parents and to continually ask of themselves, "Whose bod am I?'' "Am I a Christian?" "Have I lived upto the religious teachings of my pure its." "Have I honored my father and my mother?" Continuing, he urged his hearers to remember tbat no matter how poor or humble might be their origin, they owe to their God and their parents a debt tbat they could only pay In part at best, but tbat tbey owed a debt that they should do their best to pay, and tbe sure and only way to pay that debt was to honor tbelr fathers and mothers and walk in the path of tbe Lord. Ia con clusion be said: Perbaps you have forgotten to attend the house of God regularly, have neglected the old Bible that mother taught yon to use. have for gotten your early instructions. Could the ories of the mother's heart be beard from coast to coast, Where is my boy today, what a wail would come forth. I can tell you where be is, and may God help him this afternoon to do the right and turn over a new leaf. Simpson Tabernacle. Sunday morning Dr. McLean dis coursed of tbe Fourth Beatitude. Me said the same divine law that affects tbe physical nature affects tbe spiritual. Obedience to law is neoossary to pleas ure. In our souls has been placed the sense of a need which mast be met or destruction ensnes. Hunger is at first a pleasing sensation. Want of appetite is a corse ; it is an abnormal condition, and death is in it. Hunger, unsatisfied, becomes torture in the body, and in tbe soul it develops regrets, remorse, des pair, eternal loss. Hunger is given to indicate to as tbe sense of noed, that we may apply for stores awaiting us in. tbe divine band. Our longings are really but the unconscious response to the heavenly call. The soul has no longing but ia fully answered in Christ. At tbe close of this earnest personal exhortation live persons presented them selves tor membership. At tbe evening service Rev. 0. C. Mo- Lain, assisted by Rsv. W. Tracy and Rev. W. Bland of the Rogers Park M. E. church oi Chioago, addressed a large congregation. Rev. Bland, in discussing revival work, called attention to the response of Dan iel Webster when asked, "What tbe greatest thought tbat had ever en tered his mind was," and replied, "Man's personal responsibility to God," and using that as his text spoke elo quently and feelingly of tbe great power of the love of God for mankind, and urged that the life of man should be dedicated to bis Maker, as the life of tbe Son of God was dedioated on ths cross for tbe salvation of man. Rsv. W, Tracy spoke of the woman who was brought to Jesus accused of adultery. Jesna stooped down and wrote in the sand. What be wrote is not of record, but it is believed that he offered a prayer to the Heavenly Father. Jesus then told tbe woman to "Uo and em no more." If Christ could do tbat then he oan do as much and more now. We are his messengers and we can carry the word otGod to the men and women who are straying from the path. It is the duty of mankind to follow in the foot steps of tbe Savior, Tbis is an age of push and energy, and man's push and energy should be in a large measure de voted to the Lord. Y. W. C. A. Gospel Meeting. At tbe Y. VV. 0. A. gospel meeting 1 yesterday afternoon many young women / listened to a strong, bright address from Dr. Charles A. Keyser on tbe topio, Home Aspects of Faith. His scripture reading was from Matt. 14:7,3,33. He suggested three points, Faith Without tbe Boat, Faith With the Boat, and The Boat Without any Faith. He said: "The great and sublime grow less impressive by repetition.- The Lord of the universe em.. > to earth; tbe first year multitudes thronged Him; tbe sec oad year tbey questioned, 'Is not this tbe carpenter's son?' and the third year they cried, 'Away with this man, and release unto as Barabbae.' Now Bar abbas was a robber. Bo this Jesus in human form walked on the water to go to His disciples in peril. Notice tbat Jesus 'constrained his disciples to get into tbe ship.' Hs knew the wind would be oontrary, be knew their faith would be tried. Ho we in our life boat are by His will embarked tor oar desti nation. He knowß what bard sailing it is, what trying storms await us, and He ■ays to us, 'It is I, be not afraid.' No human means could save the disciples. Peter characteristically says, 'Lord, if it be Thou, bid me come to these on the water.' This was not an act of premon ition, bat of the highest faith in Cnrist, who honored his desire. "Faith with the boat" suggested trust in God, with tbe use of alt the means placed by Him at oar disposal. We have no right ro ask God to do anything for us that we can do for ourselves. "She hath done what she could" was the highest tribute paid by Christ to womanhood. "The boat without any faith" illus trated those Christians who put all tbeir trust in circnmstanoss. With tbe psalmist be should say : "I hays set tho Lord always bofore me, 1 shall not be moved." A diligent, thankful life is tbe truest expression of faith. The speaker paid a high tribute to tbe efficiency and power of tbe Y. W. C. A., whioh has by God's blessing become a spiritual, sooiai and intellectual strength to our city. Trinity M. E. Church. Rev. A. C. Baue took for bis text yes terday morning: "I beaeeob you tbat ye walk worthy of the vocation where with ye are called."—Kphesians 4:1. After outlining tbe duty a true Chris tian owed to his God, bimself and man kind, he called attention to tbe fact that a true Christian life is one of eac rihca. A parent's sacrifices for a child are not hardships but joys. 60 it should be with true Christians. Sac rifices to the Lord are treasures laid up in heaven. To do those things which are convenient are not aots of true Christianity. The Baorifices of earth are only tbe currency of beaven when made in an humble spirit. In temporal things we invest most in what we have the most faith in. In our spiritual life we should invest largely in faith. Make our walk in life worthy of our high vocation; to do this we must make daily sacrifices to the Lord, and make those sacrifices with full faith in our Redeemer. At the Cathedral. A solemn high mass was celebrated in ' the cathedral yesterday morning by the Very Rev. Father Adam, vicar general, Rev. Father Doyle acting as deacon and Rev. Father Savage of Alabama as jub deacon. Rev. Father Auliffe preached tbe sermon. The music under tbe direction of A. G. Gardner, organist, was from tbe mass in D, by Lsgeal. Miss Alice Can* ning Bang the Agnus Dei solo. The cathedral quartette and chorus aided materially in making tbe celebra tion ol the high mass one of the most impressive services ever celebrated in this city. The cathedral was crowded and the service was one long to be re membered. Yesterday was the third Sunday in Advent. At vwpers in tbe evening i Right Rev. Bishop Montgomery preaohed an impressive service, conclud ing with the benediction of tbe blessed sacrament. Betheeds Presbyterian Church. Rev. J. Newell preaobed a very Inter esting and instructive sermon on tb« valne of prayer yesterday morning, tak ing bis text from Lake, xi :24. lie mads the following points, and urged npon his hearers tbe necessity of oonstant prayel as an aid to a godly life. Tbe three things to be prayed for are grace, conrage and wisdom: Grace tbal brings joy to the sorrowful, humility to pride and strength to comoat mighty temptation; courage, that is, real prac tical courage—oeurage to curb tbe rest ive spirit and calm tbe throbbing heart, courage to stand by one's own convic tions and rise or fall with the cause of Cnrist; wisdom, that is, pure spiritnal wisdom, wisdom received by direct reve lation from tbe living Christ; wisdom that teaches us so to live that death shall open tbe portals to a bighsr eter nity. Church Notes. Key. Dr. Fay of tbe All Souls' Uni tarian church delivered ■ sermon on The Power of a Word before • large and interested congregation yesterday morn ing iv tbe hall uf tbe Friday Morning club. The reverend gentleman was elo quent and earnest and carried contic tion to the minds o( his auditors. Tbe power of a word is a physical fact in oar daily lives, and oftentimes the utter ances of a single word carries with it moral life or death. Key. A. A. Rich of the First Univer salist church, Caledonia hall, 119>-,' South Spring street, yesterday, in au eloquent sermon, ootlined The Dis tinguishing Features of tbe Universalis! Churnb. Rev. John Gray of the Church of St. Paul the Apostle served the holy com munion at the early morning services at 7:80. At tbe 11 a.m. service he preached a sermon on The Church and the Bible. The church quartette Bang in a very im pressive nnd artistic manner tbe Bsne dioite-Dunster. Miss Padgham, soprano, sang tbe solo, Come Unto Me. At the evening chnral service Rev. Gray took for his subject Romanism and Catholi cism, outling in extenso the differene* between tbe two terms as in genera, nse. Mrs. Bsrry, oontralto, sang as s solo, Incline Thine Ear, and the an them from Gounod, Send Out Thy Light. The concluding meeting of tho Union revival sarvicss was held at tbe Con* gregational church on tbe East Side Sunday night. Ihe seating capacity of tbe building was not sufficient to con tain the people and an overflow meet ing was held at the East Los Angeles Baptist church. Dr. Good win, of Chi cago, preached at tbe Congregational church and Rev. D. D. Hill spoke at tbe Baptist church. From beginning to end the revival meeting has been well' attended and the general results have been good. Rev. Bowman, of the Church of tha New Era, addressed a large audience on tbe Abolition of War. Rev. Warren F. Day, lata of Ottawa, 111., and now pastor of the First Con / gregational church of this city, deliv ered an eloquent sermon on Crises last evening, taking his text from Gen esis, 13:9. • rhe Tramp Qaattlon. The solution of tbe tramp problem is about as far from consummation as il the oyster from tbe consomme. Every day brings new additions to the al ready large horde of unemployed, and the police, under tbe present cbnditlone, are nnable to cope with tbe question. True, they arrest all vagrants whom they know are not laborers in spirit or in fact, but this does not remedy tbe evil. Tbe evidence adduced at their trial in the police eonrt ie, in the major ity of cases, insufficient to warrant tbe court to send them to jail, and they are again turned loose upon • confiding and charitable community under a penalty of serving thirty or forty days in tbe chain-gang if arrested again in this city. Many of them embrace the opportnnity and leave, while others remain. Tbere is insufficient room in the jail for tbosa who are returned under arrest; and even it there was room the judges hesi tate to send a man to such a vile, un healtbful dungeon, for it is almost like sending a person to his illnees and death. Some remedy is needed—what shall it be? 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