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•IT'S LIKE FINDINO MONEY
To advertise in the Herald's classified
columns. Mate a start today, and
the retail' will induce a steady patron
age of these cohxiuis.
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]' THE HERALD |
Jj WAI# COLUMNS X
- FR<EE ! J
VJ _ To Those _ ♦
> Looking for ♦
I ; . Work. I
\> Look nnder "Situations Wanted, ♦
•!' Hale ami Female." 2
CHOKCH NOTBOKS.
FIRST SPIItITUAI. "sOCMETY-MEETS
, X every Suhdav at New Msisic Hall 231
JStmtl, Spring street. The afternoon will be
Vifvotedte the children's Ltcßum, speaking,
Winging, music, distribution of gifis from
Xhilstmas tree, etc. Dr. N. F. Bavlin lectures
Vf?:3o p. m., siibjert The New 'lestament
jteeord of Spiritual Pli>e-Bom™ii Compared
Psvith Those of Modern SBsrHualisin. If the
Hon* is accepted as Woe., tine Other cannot be
Vejected as false. Dr. Schlwilngcr will follow
iwith unanswerable proofs of Bplril return,
fekepiics, clergymen and church members
espccisllv invited. Wt* challenge anyone to
5' how wherein the l.ibley eswrsl is oi God and
•lritualismof the devil. Stored ministers and
iskeptics of Los Angeles 'wililo have been con -
▼erted will be present this ea enlng. Numes of
7our spirit friends givenjln Bull.
THIS IS ANOTHER GttJE.AT DAY FOR
Simpson taberneole, Seventh ami Hope
Blreot. Two great evaagelfsts aro to preach.
Al ti a. ni. Rev. Dr. GraVes.repents his famous
'ciunp nieetiog sermon ami the blind vocalist
'sings. At 7:30 p. m. RcV. Dr. Tracy give* his
jstereoplicon illustrated snrinon on the Prodi
gal Son. All invited. AtsUver offering asked
at night to defray expfeusc Dr. Tracy will
.give his wonderful illustrated sermon every
, night this week, ex*en>i.Friday, at the taber
jisc.e. Don't miss them. The kindergarten
'and nursery will be ooen,ns usual during the
morning service for tne children.
BURCH OF ST. ' i\»M L THE aPOSTLK—
Episcopal; OHto stioflgiosite Central park;
Rev. John Gray, rector. Within easy walking
distance of ail the liottds. All strangers made
welcome. Services toda,y,: Holy communion
7:3.i a. m.: morning prayer and sermon 11
a. m. Ilenetition of (he Christmas music;
Kyrie credo from Mozailc's Seventh m r ss: an
them, o .-erving Victim. Evening, 7:30 p. m.,
repetition of the inustciot Haydn'sThlrd mass,
entire with full chorusland orchestral aecom
piiuimcnt.
/ 'Hl Rl II OF" THIT^NEW^RA—ILLINOIS
V. bail, corner Sixth aud Bioadway. At 11
a in , discussion : Resolved, 'I hat the indiffer
ence of labor organizations on questions of the
unemployed and the chaiugang merits our
condemnation. At 7<:30 sharp lecture by W.
C. Bowman; subject: 'New Era View of tbe
MillonniunS and DeLtWirins About the Second
< omtng of Christ, Fine music and pro
gi't'iume. Advance nsstteei January sth, gala
bong service— celebsstgioh obureb's birthday,
sif T John's"cHu'dSitl ( l-fpTfTccipALiTciiß.
v Adams and Figusaba sts. Holy Eucharist,
8. a.m : morning service and sermon at 11;
Sunday sonool at 3,1k.at.; full choral evensong
at 7:>.0. Special attention paid lo 1 lie music,
Which is rendered by a large vested choir oi
lucn, women and boys. All the seats in this
church free, strangers cordially Invited,
Take Grand avenue cable to Adams street.
Rev. 11. W. K. Tayler, reclbr.
C~HRIST church, epi
Flower and Pico streets; Alfred S. Clark,
rector; residence. 1370 Figueroa street,
fcunday services, 11a. in. find 7:30 p. in. Holy
communion lirst ana third Sundays of the
month. Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. S(u.s
free. Btrengera are conlially invited to all
tcrvices. Electric cars to Pico Heights or Uni
versity station pass the church
Church" - of - the"uninr (unitarian)
corner Hill and Tuiird streets, Rev. J. S,
T.ionison, pastor. Services Sunday at 11 a.m;
Wuohath school 9:SO a.in: subject Sunday
morning. Clurisl's Astronomy. 1 here will be
no evening service.
TMIIST _ " IIS ivEltsl LIST ("JhUr < !H, CALE -
.XV donin htall, South Spring street—
Preaching, Ll h. bl; Sunday school, 12:15 p.
m. Pastor, j'tev. A. A. Rice. Subject, Scrip
itural JudgiaeiQl of the Heathen.
csMIE i lllA ol'lilCAi. SOCIETY—FREE
5. lecture this evening at 7:45 o'clock a;
Blavatssy hall, 431 C, spring street. Subject,
The Meaning Hal Existence, by Mr. 11. A. Gib
son.
rjpHE"~ PROGIi ESSIVE "TRUTH "SEEKERS,
X Foreitera lis 11, 107 c. North Main, open
ing address by, Dr, Ponhon. subject, Physical
<°ultu<e. Mediums will give tests, Admission
free.
Jmmanuel"" p\ieshyterTa.n CHURCH,
cornor Tenth aaid Pearl, Rev. Dr, chlchestes
will preach at 11 a.m and Rev Guy Wads
worth at 7;30 p.m. Everybody welcome.
1J» 8. WEBSTER sVILL DELINEATE"cHAR
acter acco din to the zodiacal design to
day Rt a p.m, at li»r ; .j North Main st. Ad
mlsaion free
At EH DIUMSL
iff/F. 1 EE-DO 'II IE DEAD RETURN? IE
you duuht, cobjc ns d be convinced by Prof.
Lee, the s.'me-v. riving ii icdlum; messagjes given
from yourSJored Sieswsnttenon slate; cleaned
by yourself ,IIU I held in your own hands;
sealed messages Answered while in a dead
ir.ince; a niedithii tV tla> gift of God. PKOF,
I.EE, 242ia S. llroiiK»way, .oarlors 12 A'ls. 2S
MRS. PARKER, LIF& READING CLAIR
voy-tnt; eottßulttations on busirseas ( min
eral locations, law sikiis; reniovesdlsessie, love,
marriage, etc. Take Onivi-j»i*y electric car in
Forresteran-enue tout Hooves- streot, go west
on Forrester aveiuu* three blocks to Vine
street, second house on VAne street, wesl of
Vermont avenae, 3-30 tf
"T"gNKS PERCYrMEDH'M. HAS BJEMOVED
ji\ to 108 E. hji.th, near ICatln. Wives read-
IfnSiVll also ritads curds ctattrvonantly, 50c.
Circles Tuesday mid Friday, 2:30 p.m. Ad
mission, 10 cents.. Ladies only. 1215 1m
'a a us. GEORGE, HEALING MEDuTJM, HAS
IVI great power over disea.se. Dewslop modi-
Usxshlp-lrisl free. Daily sittings. 355,'a50
Spring street,
TOLD BY READISG CARDS
r 50 cents; room 21 (lAt Hour), 139.' a North
Spring street. MADAM ZKTNA. 3
BUSINESS CARDS »S1 >EB 1000; OTHER
priming in proportion. Pacilic Printing
Plane 217 New iligest. Tel. 1400. 12-10
TIV RS. ""HOPKINS -MITCIIELL, BUSINESS
JVI nnd test medium, has resumed business
at 700 K. Fifth st.: cull and xce ber. 4-23-95
PIANOB.
1 right piano, slightly used. $2b5. Hand
lome Ivcrs A Pond jiiano, snap bargain, not
much used, 9285; worth if4oo. Largest size
cabinet grand piano, 3 pedals, walnut case,
tine tone, 1(1270, cash or insallments. KOHLER
__ CHASE, 233 S. Springs!,
MBSKSCBAPSIJIiOODS.
PAUL KOYNE—MANUFACTURER PIPES
und canes, German sport pipes, German
Clgnr and cigureile holders iv meerschaum
cm! weizel wood. Meerschaum goods re
p::;r-.d. 2.id South Broadway. 10-2 59
CONTRACTORS.
CONRAD SC^ERErT'GRANIT^__'biTTJMIN
ous aud asphalt paring. 237 W . i'utt st.
5
HPECIAI. NOTICES.
ErVIS^AT^Rs?oi ; 4"
312 South Mala at.
Begin the new year with the fletermlneiion ot
getting '-value received" for every dollar
"pent, for your best frleftd these hard times is
"Cash." and we'll save you lots of it every time
you buy furniture, etc. Why pay 5H.25 for
nigh-back oak dining chairs when we sell bet
ter ones for $1? They arj "stunners," and
don't you forget it.
TO MY FRIENDB~AND~PATRONB:—I WISH
lo announce that I have been compelled to
discontinue my Abort practice in Los Angeles.
An important business calls me away to Koen
» igsberg, Germany. On my return from that
country I intend to settle permantly In Los
Angeles, aad beg my friends for acontlnuance
0/their friendship. Respectfully,
30 DR. U. G. WERNKE.
EMOVAL SALE—BTCYCLES,~*TRICYCLES,
r buggies, carls, wagons, harness, saddles,
organs, musical instruments, various rifles,
shotguns, Incubator, horses and cows, spring
motorj l 4 horsepower engine and boiler, corn
,sneller, striking end lilt and grip machines,
Barnes haudpower circular saw, one oak 2
seated surrv, nearly new. Yours for bargains,
E MOAT, 101 South Broadway tl
NOTICE- WE CAN BuTld" COTTAGES FOR
one hundred dollars ($100) a room: size of
room, 12x1 Jft.; height of ceilings, 10 ft.; two
(porches and one chimney included; house to
, do painted and plastered, tw*o coats; will fur
nish all necessary plans and specifications;
estimates given on nil classes of buildings. Ad
dress p., box 90, this office, and we will cail on
you.
OTICE—TIIE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are be
tween 0 nnd 8 o'clock a.m. and ti and S o'clock
p.m. For a violation of the above regulalioii
the water will be shut off and a tine of .f2 will
ba charged before tho water will be turned on
again, 8-17 tf
T" HE - BOXES OF THBSTATE
Loan aud Trust company are enclosed in a
fire-proof and bufglar-proof vault, with time
locks and brilliantly lighted with electricity;
alcoves attached for the private examination
of valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady in attendance. 8-1 tf
BIOCHEMISTRY (CHEMISTRY OE LIFE) IS
anew sclehtiflc system of quickly restor
ing health bysupplylug such vital elements as
tiie blood has lost; "often cures miraculously;
nowonivilsf per month, lluxiev has endorsed
it. 229 \Vilson block. Hours, 9-11, 2-4 1-20
r'pHFrslsf~Kß?ri)F CHARITY~OF THE OR
_L phsn asylum, Boyle Heights, wish to ascer
tain the whereabouts of the parents of Claudia
Efsovif h, who has been for one yenr an in
mate of the asylum. December, 1594. SISTER
JOSEPHINE. 7
M" ESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine ior iinmedialo relief
for painful aid irregular menses—fiom what
ever cause. For sale by GEO. H. FREEMAN
CO., 102 X. Spring et. i'rire, $2 per box.
I 08 ANGELES COUNCI . NO. 1459. HOY AI.
XJ Arcanum, meets at No. 245 S, Spring st.
every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. I. A. REID, Re
gent; Charles H. Brown, Secrelary. Visiting
members invited to meat with us.
DR. THACHER'S MAGNETIC GARMENTS
for the cure of rheumatism, neuralgia aud
kiilney complaints can be found only at the
general "thee. 153 South Spring St., l.os Ange
les. J. McDANIEI, agent. 30
S~ EE DR. SHARPLESS, THE GREATEST
phrenologist iv the world, and Ottd out
vimr best place in life. In "Hiding a free read
ing of the bnnd. Consultation free. v',:: ,: ' a
Siuth Spring st. H
OEK THOsiriTEAC'l II CI, LOTS, WASHING- I
ton, Maple aye., Twentieth St., beftiteyou I
purchase; sold only to panics building good
homes. POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, 305
W. Second sL 1-10
BRING YOUR ODI) OR _ WASTE PeSTodT
ciils, mag afnes or old baoka to tae Her-ild
nrCce or leavo addi< ss and they will be cnl ed
for and given t.i tl.e poor and unfortunate.
TF YOi: DAVE A HUNDRED DOLLARS
1 aud your time you want to Invest for about
five mouths where it will pay you, address
A. L. ROOD, 155 East Fifth street. 30
BUSINESS CARDS $1 PER J.OOU; OTHER
printing In proportion. Pacific Printing
Plant, 217 New High st. Tel. 1100. 30
MACHINERY. DIES AND TOOLS MADE
ivl and repaired J. VOX BKBKEY, 316 8. Los
Angeletsl. Tel. 1)33. 11-14ti
IV Or"i 'E1 I; O LI. I' M AM>W A IK if" MI: TER S
1 see J. E. KOEBFRLE, 145 S. Broadway
rpALK W ITH CLARK _ it _ WRIGHT "ABOUT
X pninls at (>JI s. Spring st. 11-4H
(Spanish dinner to order, »it t0*. , ..'»0:
1 ' regulardinner, 50c. 322 W ilinington st.
QWANFELDT (THE L. A. TENT AND AWN
-0 Ibfl CO.J, lias removed to 250 S. Main. 11-25
OH OBBT~ DEALER IN RAGS, BOTTLES,
• oil cans, sa::ks, etc., 700 tCoblerSt 121
A - F."si.oper, HOUSE MOVEIL OFFICE
. 12 Center place. 1-15 tf
LOST AND FOI'NO.
T~OSt"y 6 A R
lj not lNtitig your property wilh the only
live man in the city. Room t'i, 23b 1 .. S. Hprlng
si reef. 30
ST.""BERNARD DOG; YEL
low and while; weighs iboui lAO pounds;
return to 996 Maple aye. and receive reward.
30
11 EN SON AYE., A GOAT;
117 owner can have Ihe same by calling at
825 Stephenson aye. ami paying expenses.
30
lADIES' GOLD WATCH LOST THIS AFTER
j noon on S. Main st.; liberal reward to
finder. Address .il Bs. Main s . 31
l/o I IND THE BkSt BAI'.G\LNS - Ft>R - EX -
J? chant can 1 fur sale at BAKEB/a!, 23H'.. s.
Spring st 30
IjioUHTJ—IF YOU" WANT TO BUY OR SET 1.
or exchange go to BAKER, 23G'j S. Spring
street. 30
SAOUND--SAM, THE '« r nTMPIOX HORSE
r slipper. North Broadway. 11-25 lm
fKUSONAL.
1"j ERSO NAL—WIDOWER (40) UN I NC UM
bercil, In good utrcumstanoes, deities to
meal H lady correspondingly situated, T.ltli
view to matrimony. Full "particulars and
name must accompany lirst letter. Letters
answered or returned in strictest Confidence.
Address O. W. P., this oilier. 30
\N EASTERN MIDDLE-AGED GENTLEMAN
would like 10 n)4e>l a refined agreeable
lady who is lively; bmedt, pleasure, and mat
rimoiu it suited. A'Nlres:. \", box 10. BQ
BI,'.SINK>is I-KRSONAI.S.
1 (ERBONAL—COFFEE Fi:EsifROASTEPOX
a our gigantic coffee roaater.Javaand Mocha,
35c lb; 24 lbs brown sugar, $t; 5 lbs good
Julian tea, .1!l: 10 lbs corn meal, lbe; i> lbs
tapioca, 25c; 10 lbs rai.itie. 23c; b apricots,
lit: 5 His lies. j£se; B lbs prunes, 25c: b lbs
buckwbeat, 25c: a lbs i»'rus, 25c; can deviled
bam, DC; brook trout, 15c; 3 can oysters, 15c;
GO bars soap,£l; SO-lb sack Hour, Sue; bacon,
llC.c; peri:. 9 1 ~c; orange marmalade 111 bulk,
sc. " ECONOMIC STORES, 305 S. Spring street.
IJERSONAL — RALPH BROS—GOLD BAR
. Hour. 90c; city Hour, 75c: granulated sugar,
2(1 ll.s$l: brown sugar, 22 ll- $1: 7 lbs roDed
wheat or oats, 25c; sardines, 5 boxes 25c:
tomatoes, 2 can 10c: 7 bars German family
soop, 25c; SgalloAsoll. 60c; gasoline, 05c; 4
packages starch, 25c; lard, iO-lb can, 75c; 5
lbs, 4uc. GOi s. Spring street, corner sixth.
/"' 11A sr. '.-. MAR X ET," bis & BPBI LBS
V uolllhg beef. 20c: 2 lbs round >v nk, 15c:
rib steak, be; sirloin, tenderloin or porteinOUSS
steak, 12 1 ;.(•; stewing mutton, 3c; 1 g of unit
lon, Be; rib or shoulder chops, 2 lbs Lie, I
Everything else in proportion. CHAISE'S
MARKET, 018 S. Spring.
TTENTION LADIES!—"EMMA'' P.I'ST DE.
veloper Will enlarge your busl 5 inches
Guaranteed. Sealed instructions 2c, or 24
-1 age illustrated catalogue be, by mail. EMMA
TOILET BAZAR, BostL'ii, Mass. 0-1(1 sl3l
AIRB. ADAMS AND DEAN, FASAION A BLE
.Tl dressmakers; tailor-made snltb a spec ally;
mourning suits made on short notice; reason
r.blc rules, goods luriiislied when dcsii\il.
Booms 21 and 22, 119'j S. Spring. 12 28m
AW O N DERFU OTk DI CIS E~I'OR FEMALE
Irregularities from whatever cause; it
never fails lo give relief: 35 years' experience.
Address DR. A. J. GIEBNEB, 107., N. Main st.,
room 12. Please mention the paper, ll3ltf
1) Eft SON AI. -- PA i.MISTRyj ONE II AND
. readireej every.bidden mystery revealed;
life read from cradle to grave'without a mis
take; 2toB a, 111. 111 C. W. Third st.
PERSONAL - ELECTItcT" THERAPEUTIC
_I baths; electric treatment scientifically
given; magnetic and massage electricity. 25c.
MRS. E. BOBBINS, 421 S. Main st. "timo
MME. DRESSM A KER,
cor. Socond aud Main, next 10 ca'hedrnl
DETECTIVE AGENCIES.
TITACKENZIE'S DETECTIVE AGENCY, 203
ITI Stimson building. Reliable operators fur
nished on short notice, Collections made in
any uart of the United Slates and Canada.
CONSULTING. KNGINEKK.
ENRY E. BRETT, ■
ceer and draughlsmaii. 114 N. Spring st. '
I 12-l«-lm
LOS AKGELES TTERATiPt SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 80, 189*
OILP W»M BI)-M VLB.
is unEmTi oykd, on fi?
terested in the flame can learn <<f the solu
tion of that question mado by the New Kra
Labor Exchange, by attending the meeting at
Illinois ball, corner Sixth aud Broadway, 10
a. m. Sunday. '30
MAN"~IN EVERY SECTION TO SETI
staple goods to dealers: experience un
necessary; bost side line $75 a month sal
ary and expenses or large commission made.
For sealed particulars send stamp. CLIFTON
SOAP MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Cincin
nati, O.
WANTED ALL NEEDING HELP, EUEE
tt amplovment or any information, address
E. NinTNGER'S BURICAI!, established 1880.
Office, 319>_ S Spring St.; residence, 451 8.
Hope St., cornel Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113. 5-lGtf
ANT B D—WILL GIVE A GOOD BUSI NESS
If man employment who will furnish em
ployer $1000; good security and reasonable
salary.
REID A CO., 126 W. First st.
ITY AND COU*STY OFFK'IAT. FREE
labor bureau. 240 New High st., telephone
1153, for cooks, waiters, household help me
chanics and laborers W, A, WHITE, man
ager. 11-10 tl
W ANTED—A GOOD OFFICE MAN WHO Is
t t willing to invest About *200 where he
can make some money. REID & CO,
l»ti W. First sr.
\\ T A NTED—A FEW PERSONS IN EACH
IS place to do writing. Send stamp for 150
page book of particulars J. WOODBURY, 127
W. Foriy-second St., N. Y. city. 10-7 ly
I notism and Bcience oi healing, without
expense, call on NATION AL INSTITUTE, 3K1 1 ,
South Spring st. 30
PETTY, - HUXMEL A CO., 300-302 WEST
second st. Tel. 509. The best emplorment
ofliec in overy way in Southern California.
7-iau.
iVM>LbYMENT^ENcy— MRa SCOTT &
MCCARTHY, 101W S. B.oadwav; tel
-819. 12-10 lm
HELP WANTED—WEMAI.B.
A PERMANENT POSITION AT 818 WEEKLY
is guaranteed any lady who will work for
ns quietly at home. All material free. Reply
with stamped envelope., WOMAN'S MUTUAL
BENEFIT CO., Joliet, Ills.
WSNTED —AOKNTR.
W ANTED—LADY XgENTS TO INTRODUCE
tt our Hygienic. Toilet Requisities among
ladies. Liberal inducements. Large p'ollts.
Pleasant work. Call or write for circular.
FRANCO-AMERICAN HYGIENIC CO., rooms
30 and 31, 203 Broadway, l.os Angeles.
Sun nnd I'ues.
SITUATIONS WANTED -JI/SI.K.
Deserving persons attiring employment will be
n'lowed to insert three lines , under this landing,
two times free of charge.
Vlf A NTED—B V VWXtTmaN A CLERIC AL
TT position in a pnvati or nntioml bank,
had experience in an eastern national bank
and bsveaii excellent letter from same: would
not object to.a position with some large busi
ness house. AudiessA. 1.. 8., this olllee. 30
tl'AM'Kll-Tll LEARN THE RETAIL' GRO
SS eery business by young man; had one
year's experience lv a wholesale grocery:
would work ior room and board. Address A,
B. L, this office. 30
"41 ' ANTED—WRITING, POPTINQ, POSTING
tt books, etc., or any kind of work that cen
be done at iioine. Will work cheap. Address
1' box 40, this office. 1
\Y ANTED —"BY ' YOUNG MAN .EMPLOY
TS inent with sonic good business man witb
good liusines, principles. Address A No. 1,
this office. 30
\\7 ANTED"—SITUATION BY Al BREAD OR
tt eakebakcr. can take charge; good rel
erences. Address A. 11., this office. 5
\\' A NTED —SITUATION IN A HARDWARE
tt store: two years' experience; good pen
man. Address a. w. s,. this one, 30
GITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN
t~ to work iv a grocery; good reference. Ad.
dress F. B. this office. 30
Situation "tv anted-f t rst-cla siTe om-
O petent German cook. Address It, this office.
30
\V" ANTED - WORK HY THE DAY, ANY
TT kind; will work cliettp. 721 1 3 E. First st.
! 30
SITUATION'S IVAN iKIJ- ft iIA LX.
Deserting persons aesirinn employment fill be
al'tm ttl tv insert three tint* lot tiro tnaerUtMtt
nnticr this hen-ling, free of ehnrgt.
\WJ ANTED—WORK, IND
SS one fully competent to carry on dro.s
making in its' every detail or sewing of auy
de-cr ptiou. Address W ORK, 409 Soutii
Oiive st. 31
A FRENCH LADY OF MIDDLE AGE DE
sires to take care of invalid lady; can
teach French in all lnauches; excellent r.fer
etioes. Address I.ADY, box.oj, this office. 30
sis.* ANTED—A WIDOW LADY WOULD LIKE
TT Situation as housekeeper ior elderly gen
tleman. Address E. ELI ON", I.os Angeles Cal.
31
W'nRK WANTED BY DAY BY "COMPETENT
TT person; willing to work tit anything. Ad
dress WORK, tliis office. 3t
\\'TNTIfD-PoSmos. BY A YOUNG LADY.
tt to do housewoik in n small famiiv. Ad
ilress (), Box 40, this office. 30
W~ ANTE~D~— A POSITION
bouaekseper in a small family. .Address
X, Box 80, this office. 30
YET ANTED~BITDATION IN FAMILY, BY A
li dressmaker; good wor:;, cheap rutes. 351
8. Hill st. 30
GOOD DRESSMAKER FROM SAN FRAN
cisco would like some more work at home:
dresses made, $4. 514 Flower St., near Sixth.
10.30 tf
WANISn-TII UK NT.
\V ANTED TO RENT—ALFALFA RANCH;
tt 10 to 20 acres, close in; what have you
got. Address RANCH, this office. 'l
\l r ANTED-TQ RENT—BABY CARRIAGE
T T ior atlOUt four weeks. Address J. M., this
olli. c 30
WANTED— Ml-CKIL ANKOUS.
WANTED - LADIES TO LEARN Till
McDowell dress cutting svslem al the
Mcdowell dressmaking academy, to;* 1 .
S. Broadway, branch ol New York and San
Francisco schools. Pattern* cut to order,
11-lino
Ts-'ANTED—A REFINED~~I.A DY7wItHOUT
ii lamilv, ivill take a voting etalld to care lor
or rear for remuneration; references ii re
quired. MRS. C. c. BRADLOW, General De
livery, City 30
AN TE Tcfj OIN A COL
ony on government that lias plenty of
water; llesl of soil and climate. For particu
lars call at 208 s. liroalway. PACIFIC COLO
NIZATION CO. lt-IT-sr-su-mo-th-tt
VAT"ANTED TO BUILD Voir "hoURB
tt cheap; lirst-class work guaranteed. Come
and see COURTNEY, builder, 109 s. Broadway.
A % ' A NTED—TO BUY 01.1M101.D AN DSII.VhR
t> at highest market pi Ice. JUL woltek,
ninniifacturiiig jeweler, 199 8. Main st. 10-43 m
vfrANTED — LADIES. 810 MEN, LITTLE
>V 'lien, liovs, children and babies at
BLANEYS', 352 S. Spring St., for shoes. 2
BIjiINKSS CARDS - "*! I'l l! 1000; OTHER
printing In proportion. Pacific Printing
Plant, 217 New High st. Tel. Moo. 30
\\-AN! ED — HOEKEs 10 BUILD BY ROBT.
TT l>. COATES, building conlractor, 204 s.
Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. 12-15
Vs. r ANTED —TO FRAME YOUR I'D TCRES
tt cheaply and liaiidsomely, at HURN
DALL'S, 343 S. Spring at. 1 20
\\[ ANTED—PAINTERS TO SEE THE EX-
T V oelsior paints at 031 S. Spring st. 12-3
BICYCLES.
ride a Keating; style correct, quality coi
reel, price correct. HAWLEY, KING CO.
210 and 312 N. Main Bt.
"lT. r K. COWAN. MGR. TIKIS. H.B.VARNEY,
tt • coast agtj for Rambler bicycles. Tele
phone 1301, 427 s. Spring st.
IJICVII.ES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE,
> trade or rent. E. MOAT, 401 S. Broadway.
PHOTOtiKAFH FAHLOJIS.
TE, 211 W SI., I.OS AN
ageles, Cal, Views made to order guaran
teed. Largest assortment S. California views.
\VIISNER MAKES"YIRST-f'L \SS~~WORK
\\ only; f2 Up. 120 N. Spring Bt, 11 14
I.AZA GALLERY—PHOTOS, |Tl ANY size
and the licst llinsli. .'>!3 N. Main st 11-:.'4.
OA It DIN WOOIS unltH.
ENKV HEEKDT-GAHHEN WOODWORK
a specialty. IHIM S. Main st
NTOKAOK.
THE L. A. STORAGE WAREHOUSE; STOIL
age of all kinds of goods. 251 N. Mam st.
It list N KM* OPPORTUNITIES.
GRi?Tr~orS>oßTT^^
pose of halt or my entire interest in my
fruit drying plant, with a capacity of 800 tons
of gro n fruit lv 30days. A splendid oppor
tunity for a man looking for a money-making
business: the green fruit is brought to the
dryer nnd the grower taking away the dried
product, paying cash for curing the same; tiie
plant, costing VSOOUaII told, cleared up this
year $3000 on the investment, netiressou for
selling, old age and lung trouble: I conducled
the business this year with 3tto or more hands,
lying in bed most'of tho time; there are other
bii-iiiesses that can be added that are also
profitable; only those meaning business an
swer. Address A. D. WILLIAMS, owner, Santa
Paula, Cal. 1-20 93.
FjMIR SALE-LODGING HOUSE, 30 ROOMS.
1 iv the heart of the city; nicely furnished,
$2500.
13 rooms in nice part of city, $530.
37 rooms c oac in and in good locality, doing
gnud business. All looms nicely furnished,
$2500.
30 rooms good locality, ifGOO.
_9 BAKER, 236'_ S. Sprint St.
SALE - si"oo—C'ltlAß" STORE; RENT,
F $6; bargain. Bt3oO—Candy store; good
business. $850— Restaurant; good business:
snip, $1000 Half interest barber shop; good
business. $15110—Groceiv, sales $1200 to
$1400 .er month. $2500— Interest in a grain
and feed business: none but lirst-class business
man wanted. N. B. WALKER Ji CO . 123. W.
Socond st 31
pi OR SALE—
$9300—15 rooms, South Olive St.; rents $05
per iueuth. 1
$3500"-Bunker Hill, 17 rooms: rents $60
per month.
Other bargains.
MING & BAYARD, 129 S. Broadway. 30
ioiMlA-GROCERY STORE PAYING WELL.
£F*.v"Fv sell or trade; sickness.
$5110 to $1000— Business opening that Is
hard to boat; will take pan in property; a
monopoly.
If you ire looking for a bu dncss give us a
call. MING & BAYARD.
3ty 128 South Broadway.
\» T ANIED—LATT'ToR G ESTEEM AX " WITH
VV $730 can obtain hall interest in an oftlco
business, established In 1883. tn Los Angeles,
and half interest Li real estate and building
cuulracts worth over $2500. Address
L. G. KELLOGG,
Attorncy-at-law, 223 Franklin St.
ITIORBALE- ONS'CHANCii 1N A THOUSAND
'o buy a large and line well paying furni
ture store ou Broadwuv; satisfactory reasons
for selling; price oniy $3010; investigate.
M U K.\b,H I *CLAY, 252 S. Broadway. 30
F~*6 R — INVOICB IF TAKEN~AT
1 once, stock and fixtures of one of the neat
est and best located grocery stores tn Ihe city;
low rent and living rooms it desired. Address
V, Box 70, this oltice, SJ
}' ,"!0R BALK" CHEAP--A 2 STORY PLANING
.mill and all machinery; price $1505,;
ground rent $20 per monih: on 8. Spring,
close in. MACKNIGHT A CLAY, 2:»2 S.
Broadway. 30
IJARTNE R W A XTED-IN A SAl.O()N _ CON
nected with one of tin- leading hotels; lias
SCIO rooms; doing a business that will averaio
$I's per daj ; price, 8730. HEN WHITE. 28tf
i»-|.->,";-BHOEIiA.KER'B SHO P. TOOLS, MA
-1 «»t chines, everytliing complete, with a
good paying ■ mile: good chance ior a shoe
maker, see BEN WHITE, 221 W.First st.
If tf
LfH)R SALE—A FINE DIN'l.'.C. ROOM AND
Cafe l.t connection withS lirst class hotel
in a town of 10,00 •; abo it $1(1 n will take it.
REID .V CO., 126 W. First st.
I - 1V EE V TstTa BLE-W E LL STOCKED : GOOD
j 'ease: receiptsiSTO t per mon h: total sjt
pense $400 per month; price s-JSOO. STRAS
burg & Payne, 254 s. Broadway. so
- AND "i'URIO STOk"e FOR SALE—
Business suitable for gentleman or lady;
price. 825>', more or leas; w ill invoice if de
sired. Call at 4ii4 s. spring it. 12tf
POR EXCHANGE—LAXD~ci.b?E — TO"LOS
1 Angeles for stock of drr goods. For par
ticulars address LOUIS F. VETTER, 10.> S.
Broadway Los Angelas, CaL 1-2 95
__J - -11—HA KER V ; I.AUG E OVEN, HOB 1%
wagon, etc.: everytliing complete
and in god condition; pays big BEN
Will I E, 221 IV. First St. 12 lMf
},'Ol: SAI.E-A GOOD COUNTRY SALOON. OR
wi I exchange for lodging bou c or icsi
dSbce property in city BAKER, 2UUM S.
sp ing st. 30
T ODGIN'G HOUSES, LODGING ""HOUSE.-,
j lodging houses, lodging houses, lodging
houses (or New Year gifts. M, P. BOWEN. 134
s. Main, so
pERSONAL-JJ U.NETIS.M "and HYPNOI-
J ism in- ures ip nf,.; 100 ps'.-e book,
10c. PROF. ANDERSON, 321!_ South Spring
street. 29
U>OR SALE—A GROCEfcY DOING A 600 D
I trade; selling on account of retiring irom
business, inquire at 251 E. Eitih st. 3
IF YOU WI-1I To DISPOSB OF YOUR BUsT
ncas without delay for cash, always go to
I. I). BARNARD, 117'_ s. Broadway. 31
B~ I r SINETS "cARDS~"Si"PER 1000; OTHER
printing in proportion. Pncitic Printing
j l'laut, il7 New High st. Tel. 14110. 30
11/ ANTED—PARTNER WITH $100~FOR
V> new business. Apply at ottice of NATICK
HOTEL this forenoon. 30
,;.;-A;i IGR 38-ROOM LODGING HOUSE,
0 liltlll furniture and building. M. P.
BuWLN, 134 '. Main. . 30
I~JtOR SALE CHEAP-LUNCH ROOM, HAS A
established trade: pays well; enquire
at 112., W Second st. 31
,*!•►! I FOR ".'-ROOM LODGING IKH'SE
-3M(,)U 15 beds; rent $32.50. M. P. BOWEN,
134 S. Main. 30
|"-iuu"lT, CANDY AND CIGAR STAND FOR
1 sale or trade lor re ,1 estate. 14S S. Broad
way. 30
rpo~SEI.t. YOUR BUSINESS QUICK, BEE
I 1 ERNST & CO., new office, 113 Wf Third st.
11-l.' tf _
YET ANTED — PARTNER IU A GROCERY
TT business, situated on Spring st., 453. T.G.
_ 30_
CtT'UU WSALOON: PAYS WELL. BEN
>I.MHF W HITE, 221 W. First st. ltf
(I 1 - -BARBER SHOP. APPLY BEN
C>J J.t> Will lE, 221 W. First. 12-15U
• > BUY r A BUSINESS OF ANY KIND APPLY
„ to B. WHITE, 221 W. First s . 13tf
.) sei.l"T_ijtck for CASH GO TO B. wiutF,
J. 221 V, . l iist st 13lf
rmt Hal.K—MliKllNfl imrsKs
J~T)D':iNG HOUSE 30~ROOMS IN THE
j heart of city; leading saloon on first floor;
elevator to third floor; a good prppaaition to
light.man. Price, $2500. HEN WHITE. 2Stf
&T7.)"- — LODGING HOUSE, 11 NEATLY
furnishod roinns. rent $35, and other
bargaius, at City Exchange, 190 N. spring, tf
tl SELL YOUR LODGING HOUSE QUICK CALL
1 Z city Exchange, 139 X. Spring st. ' ti
SPECIALIST*.
MRS. WEAVER JACKSON. MANITTCRING
for ladies and gentlemen; specialist in
OAjnplGiloo department; electrolytio remoial
of superfluous hair. 206-7-8 Stimson block;
tel. 1256. 3-15-03
DANDRUFF PERMANENTLY CURED; Ex
amination free; also chiropody, manicur
ing, shampooing, etc. VACY STEER, 121% s.
Broadway. 12-13
DR It. (..COLLINS, (iI'TH AI.MIC OPTICIAN,
with the A. Optical Institute; cyes'ex
amlnod free. 125 8, Spring st. 5-30 tf
DR. .1. If. RYAN," EYE, EAR, NOSE AND
throat, etc , removed to 202, Btinison blk.
PaTKNTti, COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
1) ATE NTS FOR INALL COUN
tries obtained, bougnt and sold. Trade
' marks, copyrights, etc., By s. J.DAY' it CO.,
patent attorneys, rooms 232-233' Bradbury
building, Los Angeles. Established 1849. l-2Stf
HAZARD ~~! fc TOWNSEND, 9 DOWNEY
block. Tel. 847. Los Angeles. 11-21 tf
NIGIIt BROS., PATENT LAWYERS AND
solicitors, 308 stimson block. Est 1843. 1
l>HEe»»f aKINQ.
ADIESTIIaTIiKETO WeXr
j litling dresses cull at 124 S. Main st.
iiiesses made from $4 .lli. MRS STOLTEN
BERG-WOLTER.
A RTISTirJ - DRESSMAKER WANTS HOME
i\ sewing. Ti mis moderate. Address 385
Button st.. city. 3
HTtIVK ItEI'A lIIKKS.
CH 1C..00
153 W. Fifth street. Repairs made for any
novo inthe i. s. patterns iaade to order, lo
/"IASO.INE STOVE CLEANED, REPAIRED.
IT Tel IOO". bl.Al KMAN, 41i3 S. Spring St.
uiiiLl-rs.
DR.' WALTER <;'. lIAJIMKU,"'ocVIIST,
formeily located at Stowcll biock, has re
moved to Stimson building; ollices, 3 15-310
hours, oto 4. f 11-15 3m
t
riWAMCIAL,
PACIFI(?Toan' f^MpAf<V, J
■\ fINCORPORATED.)
l oans money in any amount on all
kinds nf onllatural securities, dia
monds, j WcTr*. sealskins, mer
chandise, etc. Also oil pianos, iron
and steel safes, without removal.
Partial payments received. Money
quick. Business confidential. Pri
vate office for ladles.
. \Y. E. DeGROOT, Manager.
.9 29 lv Booms 2. 3 and 4, lit 8. opting st.
XTNION LOAN COMPANY LOANS MONEY
J on all kinds ot col ataral security, watches,
diamonds, jewelry, sealskins and furniture,
in lodging and boarding houses, andon pltnos
Without removal; priVat* oftics for ladies,
room 112; busines conudential. CLARK A.
SHAW, manager, looms 111 and 113 Bttmsmi
block. ll am
CITIZENS' INVKStMKNT CO..
224 s. Broadway.
Stock and bond brokers, loans mortgages, se
curities aud in vest incuts , collections made,
taxes pafd and property managed for non
residents or others. U-29tl
1" JOIN DEXTER A WTI>W6RTH. "bROKHRS,
30ft W. Second st, buy and soli mortgages,
stocks, bonds and any good securities; if you
wish to lend or borrow or invest lv real estate
call on us; collodions made and property
managed for nonrssldonta 38tf
B'_ to 9 percent gross; sums of $5000
aud up; business property. MeGAR
YIN 4i BRONSON, 220}. S Spring
• t. 21
ONEY TO LOAN IN BUMB T ■ BL r rr~ON
any good collator*I; business strictly
confidential! loans negotiated on city and
country property. W, E. DEMINO, 2il W.
Fi.-st st„ room 15. 13-21 ly
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDH, .lEW
dry watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock
carriages, btotcles and all kinds of personal
and collateral sccuri.y. LEE BRO-.
2-1 8-1y 403 8, .spring St.
rpo LOAN-*<>o,ooo (IN' REAL ESTATE
X security, and low rates of Interest, city or
country. Coras and see us. FRASER & JEN'-
X INS, 132 a Broadway. 11-26 t-f
0~ LIMITED AMOUNT FOR
small loans; no commissions; light expense.
SECURITY LOAN It TUUBT CO., 228 S. Spring
St. 1-1 WO
M~ON EY^TO. LOAN ON MORTGAGE"IN
sums of $1 it'id to iAlOo,oou| no chargo for
examination of property or title-. 428 S. Main
St. MAIN STREET SAYINGS BANK. 11-13 tf
M- " ONEY~TO - LOAN ON MONTHLY IN
slallmentsi long time and easy \ ny men's.
Apply NATIONAL BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION, 101 S. Broadway. l-21-s»5
\XTANTED-»2S,OOoVdRTIiOF"T
tt crop and small mortgages. SNEDEKER,
room 1. German American bank building, cor.
First and Main sts.
MONEY ToItMFAI 0 PER CENT.' RENT
er's Co-operative Investment Co., F. 11.
TRUE, gene al agent, 205 W, Third St. lm
MONEY TO LOAN AT vWS'~P.EASON UILE
rales on first-class security. MING &
B AYARD, 128 Broadway. 16
TO LOAN—MONEY" IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
reasonable rates. WM. r. BOSBYSHELL,
lib S. liroadway. j|i
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
CITIZEN'S INVESTMENT CO , 224 S,
Broadway. 13-40tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE:
any amount. W. R. BI'RK E, 3l3'_ N.
Spring. 13
TO LOAN-MONEY ON PERSONAL SKCP
-1 rlty, JOHN L. PAFKoVICII, 220 West
First. 28 If
ONEY TO WAN—LOWEST SATES. BAR
LOW A SHERWOOD, 123 South Bro d
way. 11-23 tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO 80IT.
SMITH A O'BRIEN, 147 S. Broadway.
11-27 tf
TH> LOAN-»10OTt> 91Qj,000l &U Ut 8 NET.
220 W. Flrsl St. S-5 tf
MoneY" ro"~LOAN Ilf SUMS TO tVIT.
229 W. First st.
IiO" LO A N—MON EY~ON PERSONAL NOTES
220 W. First st. V 8 tf
-—i— -i / —-
Pit Y-KI AN».
D,s "
pensary; in order to introduce our com
mon sense'methods we will will give the lirst
week's treatment free to all new eases: all dis
eases quickiy and permanently cuted by our
methods; eminent physicians n charge, csli
or wilts, oll'_ N. Main st. opposite Pico ,
I Hons . 3m
c. w. uxoer7"e"x"-arm y~doc
ifcaS lor from Benin, Germany, cures ali
female slid chronic diseases, both medical and
surgical; catarrh, rheumatism; medicine, $1
a bot lo; cancers, tumors, piles removed with
out knife: come and sco the cancer. V 54 8.
Main st. oilice hours 11-12,2-5, U-S. 10-3 lm
111 M. K. RAYMOND M.D.. LADY PHYSI
j cian; diseases of women and childrcd ti
specialty. Once and residence, Soil 8, Maiiv,
St., Los'Angelei; telephone In 2 west; oilice
hours 3 to 5 p.m.
N"oTicE~ k7d. WIBE, M. D., OFFICE 225 S.
Spring sL; oStoe hours from 8 to 10 a.m .
and 1 to sp. m.; diseases of women a special
ty: graduate oi Jefferson medical college, i
Pbl'adelphla. li-14.il
iTRS.'DR. J. H. SMITH/"SPECIALTY, MID
.VI wUerv. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bel evue aye. Calls promp ly at
lend-d to. Telephone 1110 0-5 tf
HYGEIA TREATMENT FOR ALL DISEASES;
most sue jus ful method: no drugs; has
cured hundreds; eonsultalion free J. T.
TLT'i LE, b43 S. Broadway. 2-25
KXl'll l( K1 "N_.
EXCURSIONS PXS>
sonally conducled, leave l.os Angeles every
Wednesday via Southern Pacilic, Denver and
Rio'Grande and Burlington route for Chicago,
New York, Boston and other eastern points;
upholstered tourist cars with all conveniences.
See any Southern pacific agent or write to T. 11.
DUZAN, 117 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
1 — >HILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Ex
cursions, via Southern Pitcilic, Rio Grande
and Rock Island routes, leave Los Angolas
every Tuesday, cross tho sierra Nevada*, pass
ihe entire Rto Grande scenery and make 10
hours' stop at Niagara Falls, all by daylight.
Also via the Southern route, E' Paso and Fort
Worth, overy Thursday. Office, 13ti S. Spring
street. 2-9 tf
"fUDSON'S POPULAR EXCURSIONS—EVER V
ti Monday over tho Rio Grande Western and
Denver anil RioGrande railways; scenic route;
personally conducted; newly upholstered
cars through to Chicago, New York nnd Bos
ton. Finest equipment, best service, quick
time, oilice, 212 S. Spring si.
HOKSK SHOCK.
Fliocs are doing great work on horses; wo
guarantee to cure all la men ss in horses' feet
or ask no pay; we have treated a large number
cf horses that were thought Incurable, and in
every case were successful: this pstent is for
sale as shop, county and state rights; any
horse shoer can operate these shoes as well as
I can. when they buy the right; bring your
lame horses and have them examined free; re
member, it costs you nothing where no benefit
is received. PROF. J. 11. SMITH, specialist oi
horses feet, 748 s. Matn st., or P. 0. box 700.
NO FOOT, NO HORSE—HORSES SHOD Ac
cording to nature and agreeable to art.
Shoes made for oil diseases of the feet. GOOD
WIN'S SHOEING SHOP, 204 8. Los Angeles
street. 12 17-lm
CBIUOPODIITS.
S^~aTTXn6^—
_ pedicuring for ladies and gentlemen; 206
Stimson block, corner Third aud Spring; Sun
day hours, 10 to 4. 10-17 Urn
MltsT M. J. _ KENNEDY, MANICURE - AND
chiropodist; moles and hair removed by
electric needle. Crocker b1k.,212 S.Broadway.
18
MISS C, STAFFER, CHIROPODIST AND
massage, 211 W. First St., opp. Nadeau.
D' It, B. ZACHAU, BURGEON CAtROPODIST.
124 S. Ma n St., rooms 4 and 5. 10
FUKNITUHK.
HE
chango, 351 N. Main, Is the place to buy
orsell jour furniture, carpels; for first class
uphols'terlng; goods stored and sold on com
mission; first class stock and popular prices.
C. E. BUELt. 1 tf
JriOß SALE—FURNITURE OF 5 ROOM COT
' tagc; house for rent; very desirable; every
convenience 920 Maple aye. 30
XTE" SECOND HAND STORETwANTSGOODS
IN KTCHISONiii LANE, 617 S. Spring St.
stocks, hokus and mouth aulss.
61ksai\e^c7[r^^
brokers, represent leading properties: gold,
silver, copper, leud. etc ; examinations made
and reports furnished by the most competent
and responsible California experts; correspon
dence solicited; information promptly fur
nished. Office, 328 8. Broadway.. 12-I2U
M* ickblt-. _____„
N~
1820 S. Main st. Tel. west IH. 11-20
you a«Nr-BO«8KS.
FOR RENT—A NICELY rURVUHE OHO] 95
on S oond street. Apply BELL Si SAiii-
CHI, 205 West Third street. 1
ITtOR RENT-s2o—B ROOM HOUSE, PARTLY
1 furuished, 124 s. Hellman st.
$15—5 room cottage, 2ii:l Michigan ove.
$15—5 room cottage, 21128 Michigan eve.
$10—5 room house, Staunton St., south of
Ninth st.
BARLOW Si SHERWOOD, 123 S Broadway.
23tf
rfM) RENT-ONLY TWO LEFT OF THE KEN
-1 slngton flats, 441 and 448 Temple street,
opposite Olive street; elegantly Mulshed with
latest modern improvements, large bath
rooms, electric bells and speaking tubes. Sec
owner, J. F. HENDERSON. 143 south spring
street; 12-18-tf
TO RENT—3-ROOM HOUSE WITH ALL
modern Improvements in perfect order:
SW corner of Pearl and Tenth streets, $40 per
month including water. Call on .I. H. LILLIE
at Hotel Lillle, owner, South Hill street, No.
534. 1
171URNISHED 3-RGOM COTTAGE, ALL COM
plete, bedding, linen, dishes, wood and
coal stoves, gasoline stove, furniture, cur
tains, etc., 3 months u>rsM>. Apply to
11. E. SIDDALL, 312 W. First st.
TO LET—$.2.5O MONTHLY: 3-ROOM COT
tago with attic; furniture. $125; worth
$175, for sale to renter. MAGNOLIA AYE.,
third house north of W. Washington.
17*0 It RENT -$ti3~~- LAlt OE 10 ROOM ID USE,
X No. 17 Barnard park, southwest corn-r
Grand aye. an I Washington st. BARLOW Si
SHERWOOD, 123 S. Broadway. _ 2I f
I TOR - RKNT-7 ROOM " HOUSE? Willi ol;
' without furniture: bath, hot aud cold: gas;
128 Boyle aye.. Boyle Hstgh'.s, corner Second.
Apply 180 W. Second, 1 ao iL_
TTiOR RENT- "FINE HOUSE, IOItOOMS FUR-
X nished, In Bonnie Brae. MiKOON .t YOA
KUM, 234 W. First st. 31
_sOR RENT—S ROOMS BATH AND PAXI UY.
T 227 North Hill. F. A. MEAGHER, 100
South Broadway. 30
F~ <ur~nTBHed "cottage for rf.nt-5
rooms: bath; very desirable. Call O'tl
Maple aye. 30
FOR KENT— RIIOM'.
OF TWO
1 tooms fronting on Temple street closo to
center of city In private tamllr. Inquire of
2 O. C. HARPER, Harper i Reynolds CO.
LM)R RENT —PLEASANT FURNISHED
X ronm». Good boird. Private family. Best
part ot ctty; 400 W. Twenty-first st.. 4 doors
west of Grand aye. cars. 1-1-05
rplIE PARKKR.~424~ W~FOuTtTII - BTR EE f,
X nicely furnished rooms, single or en suite.
Olio suite unfurnished housekeeping rooms.
9-24 lm
MjK RUSH—NEW HOUSE, NICELY RUR
nlshed, furnace heat aud all modern con
veniences. 121 s. Bunker Hlil aye.
rjfSHE NABHNILLE, 23(1 WINSTON ST., I'_
X blocks from postoftice; comfortable rooms;
rates very cheup.
rrsHE DENVER - 13S _ N."~MAIN ST.: FINE
1 furnished rooms, $1.50 per week and up;
center of city.
f|M) LET — HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
JL liont room; private family; 814 Sotuu
Hope street 30
17<OR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. REASON-
X able. THE SMITHSONI AN, 312 S. Hill st.
I 20
I'M EG aNT FRONT ROOMS. FURNISHED,
in; all conveniences. 8223, Broadway.
GLAND PACIFIC, 488 SOUTH aI'KING ST.;
line large rooms; $ I p. r week and up.
rr>To LET—3 OH 4 FURNISHED HOUSE
.I keeping rooms. 234 E. Ihirty-second st. 5
I.OR REST-ROOMS—I FattNISIIED, 2 UN
1 ' furnished, at 7IS South Wall st. 30_
FOR KBNT-HI-OICLL4MEIIUL
uiTit a ncl PaTb urba *k .
2 with iVery kind of fruit and berries; hoase,
windmill and the finest well of water In the
state; a man must be thoroughly aci|usintid
with iruit: none other 1 ced apply; roierences;
will rent low to the right man, or ou shares:
also a ranch at Downev of 12 acres Apply 10
JOHN C. BELL office 82 E. Fourth st.. or to
GANO HENRY, or THOMAS HOUSE, Bur
! bunk; 30 _
1 111 (' l 1 lII.'. A 1,.
ra^lE Lr COLLEGE
X 1 Incorporated), located at 144 S. Main at,,
is the largest and best equipped institution iv
Southern California, ll provides 0 tborough
business education lv the most p actical way.
The shorthand depmluicn. leads all competi
tors, and is a great success. Its depurtnient of
penmanship .» conducled by E. K. Isuacs, a
teacher of national reputation. Day session
* open all Hie year. Night sessions Monday,
Wednesday and Friday nights of each week.
Send for catalogue. E. R BCHRADER, Pres.;
F. W. KELSEY. vice-prcs.; L. N. INSK EE P. sec.
•\\-OODHI RY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 271) S.
M Spring st.: the Oldest, largest and finest
equipped commercial school in Southern Cali
fornia; a thorough course in the commercial
branches and banking; a superior and suc
cessful shorthand and typewriting department
and a practical English course; new college
rooms, perfectly lighied und ventilated; elec
tric elevator for pupils' uso; new furnituro
andappliunces; open all the year; pupils re
ceived at any time; illustrated catalogue and
full information free. 0. A. HOUGH,' president;
N. C. FELKER, vice-president. 4-4 ly
rssHP.OOP POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, PAS-
X adena, California th" only institution in
Southern California providing thorough In
dustrial and art training for both sexes in con
nection Willi scientific literary or classical
education. 81oyd school ior younger pupils.
Manual training school and college of technol
ogy. Courses Isrgely elective. Good homes
for students For catalogue and full informa
tion address PRESIDENT CHARLES H.
K,;\'ES, Pasadena, California.
I PERSONAL—PRIVATE SCHOOL, DAY AND
evening sessions; regular class work; $12
for 3 month; Spanish or any special study, $2
per mouth; MRS. A. M. FARMER, room 320,
Stimson block. 7
P' RIVATE SCHOOITFOiIBOYS AND YOUNG
men. Bryson block, second and Spring.
The circular gives particulars. ' A, B. BROWN,
principal.
I~OS~ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL (IN
j eorporatcd) for kindergarteners. Address
MRS N. D. MAYHEW, 1170 \V. Twenty-third Bt.
7-8 tf
(~irls' collegiatbTkchool—
T 4l« W. Tenth St.
MISS PARSONS unit MISS DE.NNEN. 11-18 tf
LONOLEY SHORTHAND INSTITUTE, 243
Bradbury bldg; special shorthand school.
M~LLkT~E . TEACH ER,
319 E. Seventh st . cor. Wall. 11 tf
h4ssaoe amd kleutkioitt.
isTeThth darrell, rfx'entlyTfrom
the east, gives lirst-cluss massage and mag
netic treatments. Hours, from 10 n. mto9 p.
m. Rooms 11 and 12, 355% 8. «pring. 0
ASSAGE~INSTWCTeTBS% 8. SPRING
st. Swedish movoment; electric treat
ment; electrothermal, vapor and hot-air
baths. MR. and MRS L, B. LARSEN. 3
Vapor and Hip baths, Massage aNd
electric treotment; ladies only. MISS C.
STAFFER, 241 First St., rooms 3, 4, 5, (j, opp.
Nadeau. 10-20 (f
ADAM DE LE ON —B AT 118, MASSAI iE;
electro-magnetic trcatnient. 410%S.Spring
MISi" MARY ~STONE, MASSAGE' TREAT
ment, 1.38% N. Spring st., room 22.
IFRENCH1 FRENCH LADY, MAGNETIC HEALER,
' Room 8, 355J_ 8. Spring. 13
TUIiKISII AMIS OTIIF.It ft tills.
ONI/Y
80. Cal., 230 8. Main St., have changed
hands and been thoroughly renovate 1. Also
have Russian (vapor), sulphur, medicated,
steam, salt, tub and othor baths. Massugjgiven
ladles and gonts at "Baths" or In your home
Electricity scientifically given by graduate of
electrical oollege. Physician In charge: con
sultation free. Separate departments for ladies
and gents. Open day and night. BROOKS Ji CO.
FOR EXCHANGE.
RANCH
near city, improved with house, fruit,
alfalfa, barn; a splendid little home, clear, for
a small cottage clear, iv city.
MING Si BAYARD.
30 128 8. Broadway, j
EXCHANGE—CHOICeTcLEAR FARM
lands in lowa and Minnesota to exchange
for California property; other property to ex
change; also a lot of diamonds to exchange
■or California property. Write E. L. BUCK.
Hollenbeck hotel, Los Angel.s. 30
EXCHANGE—2 LOTsTn" NORTH PAsX
' dena for cheap lot in Los Angeles. N. B.
WALKER & CO., 195% w. Second st. • 31
O EXCIIANGE—PROPERTIES OF ANY KIND.
Z See BEN WHITE, 221 W. Flr3t St. 10-22 tf
kok v
pOR EXCHANGE-
Nice O-room house ou Delong street, nea
l'lce, lor a small ranch.
A 5-room house In East Los Angeles to
small rancn.
3 4-room houses and lois.tn EastlLos Angel ■
for small ranch. iS
2 Tilce houses and lots on Buena Vista street
for smalt ranch.
b room house on Boyle Heights for lots or
small ranch.
5-room house on East Pico street for a small
ranch.
Lot worth $1200 for'lßO acres in Antelops
valley land.
2 B AKER, 23b. _ South Spring street
-J7*OR EXCHANGE
-7'.; acres 4 miles frometuyllmlts.on Figueroa
street, for small house and', lot.
I) acres at Troplco; wolilimproved, for house
and lot,
I(loacres land Anlclopo vaNoy. In Fairmont
township, for small house anuMot.
5 acres on Vcrraout avenue, well Improved,
tor vacant lots.
100 acras near Sacramento for city property.
20 acres west of Santa Ana for city property.
0 acres !i miles from Eos Angeles, for house
aud lot ur vacant lots.
2 BAKER, 28DH S. Spring street.
ITtOU BXCHAKGE
-40 acres at Redondo. $4000, for city prop
orty.
87 acsps in Uivorsido county, $'.000, for city
property.
100 acres in Kings couniy, $1440, for olty
proporty.
2' , acres Adams and Lillian streets, $3500;
13 kinds ol fruit, for business imipcrty.
33 acres Raucho San Pedro, $3150, for city
properly.
10 acres at Neta Station, $2500; sandy loam;
lirst-class: assorted fruits in bearing; highly
cultivated; for house and lot.
$10t»,OOu Texas propeny to exchange for Cal
ifornia lots and acres.
CITIZENS INVESTMENT CO.,
30 221 couili Broadway.
EXCHANGE—
10 acres Cueamungu foruots.
80 acres highly improved.land 7 miles from
Sacramento, ior Eos Antilles' county property.
23 acres Vlneland, part in fruit, tor city
property.
12 acres north of San Diego for Los Angeles
county proporty.
17 acres highly iinprovcdUand, Vlneland, for
cily property.
If you want to oxchsngc auick and at a bar
gain, list with BAKER, SJ6* 3 8. .Spring St. 2
17A0B. EXCHANGE-$450», 10-ROOM HOUSE
1 modern, southwest, und.others, clear, for
part lv good lot close iv.
$40u<> M-room new modern bouse front on
South Eiguero. clear, for San Franeisoo, Oak
land or Alameda.
$2000—5 room now modem cottage, closo In,
on Second street, clear, for land, Burbank pre
ie:red.
$50(10—19-room lodging house, lot and fur
niture, close in, rent $50 per month, for small
place on beach, some cash.
MING A- BAYARD,
30 128 boutli Broadway.
EXCHANGE—
li-room cottago un Bunker Hill avenue for
property in southwest part of city.
5-room house on Temple for grocery or small
ranch; $3000.
11-room house on Twenty-third, near Grand
avenue, for small house lv good location;
»7000.
i-in-j stock farm in Vermont for good city
properly or fruit ranch.
J. A. MORLAN At CO.,
Chamber of Commerce Building,
228 West Fourth st
J7OII EXCHANGE—FOR EASTERN PROP
1 eriv, 2 ,-acredectduous orchard In bearing,
situated near Alhuiubra: good water righU
19 acres 10 miles south of city; 10 acres Ist
alfalfa; ull fenced; no alkali.
For exchange for city dwelling, 9-room mod
ern house iv Ke-.tiindo, almost now: costB7000;
will give a baigain.
For sale, bust quality of unimproved land in
tracts of to to 20 acres with water, situated
SW miles from San Gabriel.
M. D. JOHNSON,
SOU 213 W. First st.
1101: 40 ACRES IN
1 Improved al.ulfa much near Long Beach
fur Nebraska.
$.'ot>j—lo ucres in fruit with house, near
poinons, for house and lot.
$4500—8-aere improved walnut ranch
Rivera, for residence or city propeny.
$31)00—Fine home in city for choice Cahuen
ga or Cumplou land.
MING Si BAYARD.
30 128 S. Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE—FOR A LOT IN THE
city, v pair of horses, carriage and harness.
203 West 1 bird street 1
EXCHANGE—
$1000—Business house for exchange for
land or house and lot.
$1200—Second hand store for sale or ex
change,
$200—Second hand storo for sale.
$125—Second hand store for sale.
M. P. BOWEN,
80 134 8. Main.
friOß EXCHANGE—2O ACRES OF THE
X finest Improved land In Ban Bernardino
county. 1 1 _ miles from city limits, on Santa Fe
railroad; there are 400 bearing peach trees,
500 prunes, 800 plum, I 1) acres in blackber
ries, 2 ucras in raisin grapeß, plenty of water;
this property is clear; owner will exchange for
improved Los Angeles property; will assume or
pay cash difference. CARTER & BEECAER,
328 b. Broadway. 30
I~ fibk 10 acres, tv
story house, fruit, corn, beet, near Sauu
Ana; 10 acres improved fruit near Azusa; 33
ucres near Compton, improved; 10 actes near
Anaheim, fruit; 40 acres near Long Beach,
improved, and many other places, for house
aud lot in the city.
MING <Si BAYARD,
30 528 S. Broadway.
I7VOR EXCHANGE—IO ACREB. 2~MILEB
1 Routh of city; house, barn, etc.; fenced;
water piped from windmill over 1% acres;
there is fruit of sll kinds for family use;
$1500. Wants home in city. We have St.
Louis, Chicago and Kansas City improved
property for l.os Angeles. Come iv and see
what we have. MEEKINB Si SHERWOOD,
118% 8. Broadway. 80
FOR - EXCH HOUSEi
equity $1000, balance 4 years' time, 8 per
cent.
Also 5-room house, $500 equity; price fcIOSO,
5 acres $500. or 40 acres $800; make offer.
Also lot on Twenty-fifth st. $300; make offer.
Apply to 11. E. si dd A LL, 312 W. First.
ranch, well
1 improved, paying large interest on $25,
-000; located near Norwalk.Los Angeles county.
Want business block iv Los Angeles, Oakland
or Sun Francisco; will pay some difference,
STRASBURG Si PAYNE, 254 South Broad
way. 30
oTtftll RANCHES POR EXCHANGE; 200
Zlmll houses and lots; groceries, lodging
houses, wood and coal yards, etc.; properly of
every description for sale and ex luinge. 11st
your property. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First st. 1 12 tf
rrToR EXCHANGE-$8000; 15-ACRE CITRES
I 1 ronoh, income, foothill, choice community,
tine house, for residence or other city property.
MING Si BAYARD,
80 128 South Broadway.
17 O infxcil ANO E-2-A I RE IOT IN~>ULL
X beariug fruit trees; 5-room house; situated
iv Eust I-os Angeles. Wunt ranch near San
Francisco. STRASBURG & PAYNE 264 8.
Broadway. 30
1" AOR EXCHANGE— INCOME
1 Oakland properties tv the value of $13,000
or any part of same, for Los Angeios property.
CARTER Si BEECHEK, 328 S. Broadway. 30
v-tOR EXCHANGE—S-RooM COTTAGE
X equity of $500 for lot or land; $350 mort
gage, payable in 4 years. Apply to
OWN)' It, 312 W. First at
07 ROOM LODGING HOUSE TO EXCHANGE
• M l«rcity property; $100 i', income property
for sale, will lake half trade lv city. M P.
BOWEN, 134 S. Main. 30
17-(>R~EXCH ANG E-H AYE CLEARPROP-
i erty to exchange for incumbered; will as
sume or puy difference. Address P. O. box
302. _ _ 30
IjMJR FXCHANOE-GII.i-KDGE CAHUKNGA
X foothill land, 10, 20 or 30 acres, for any
thing clear. R D. Ll3(r, 125% W. Second st

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