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SIJBSCRIPTK)fN RATES. BY- CARRIER; • 1 - - ! 1 '- v eek % «o FrrKoath so I BY MAIL [Icdrndhsg postage): resly ITcruJd, o»u year 8 OO Pr* y ID raid, xir jnontha 4 25 Pslly I'craM, IhtsVi months 2" Dasry I t raid, one gnoonth so Weekly Herr.lrt. nest ye<r 1 f»0 Wcflily iroralr!, nir mdntfil 100 Wrckly stcpolO, >"ir>;e months AO iHsntrated Hci«Jd. -per copy 20 Entered p.. tho ?o*b>fflc>> w. Loa Angeles as fc<ei d rlst#Bs>attas-. AN.NOu.SCniVIENTS. prrcrs of all i\ -iii queut mall subscriber Iftro Pai'y Hora'C wild be promfttly dlepon* inucd hereifiar .<o wll ba sent to ni' s f ribcrs by mail nuiose tho tamo bave been jnid fer ir. a!vn;ice. role Bastern AdvvtrfcJb]ng Afcent,B< P. Palmer, Rh nelar.der HulidiOf. .n>w York. SFEUIAI CNOTgCBB. f EWIS STaSmRWiK, 0112 South Main street. ■feeing Is believing," **-o dent take our word cr any! "ly els<'s. bu4 omu! and see if we haven* the best Itigh back oak chair ever sold in i 'fdiforn in for . It 1 Virts the other fellows srwialbau toeeeth ythi.-t compete witii us, but let it hurt, we can't .'wilp it. We're going to sell tbem, just the son ». 1/OLI.OWING IS A LIST "(OF YHE*CHILDREN who have been iidmii *-d into thu Los An geles Orphan asylum shAco the last publica tion: HALF ORPK IANf. Albiua Pawl Is, 0 years, •inontfis; Carmelite jtomhigues. 7 yrs. 7 m.; En teltna 'Jomlnguez, 4 v. s m.; Lillic Lindsay. S y. m,; Lout*reds I.tn'.-av. oy. H m.; Lottie Lnkmi, 0 y 3m: Kov- Lukini, By. 1 m.; Ad Gina Lukiiii, y. 3 ge,j;Morj Miller, 11 y.; Mar: L. Bergen, 0 y. ti m»: Felicia Bergec S y. G Ueloua Bergez, 8 v.; Arietn.'sia Monies, 11 t ti m.: Dcta Pet cell, 10 y. 7m ; Oxstee Bourdsit, 7y. 4 m.: Su sie Carp ntcr. 12 y.; Consta'if is carpenter, 1" y.; stodesta Lenari, J3 y. ■ v. ¥ ; Chrlstina.Apo laea lOy.; Ga*.rielie.*abot, ». y. it m,;Guada lupe[Curly Li v. '.» nu; Frairdsoa Pi/iillo, 7y. ll in ; Mary F. Flood, 5 y 3>%.; Dtdjre; Bauii ie;: 7y. 0 m.: Delwny Jones, By.t» nt ; Katie Jones, oy. m. WHOLE OkWUAi F. M,:r. Riegger, 8 y 5 m.; Geiltrude Riegger, 5 y. I ni.: Ella Wenters, h y. 2-3 fJOYS AND'c.IRLS AID 80 OF LOS X 5 Angeles. Pcrattant to law. noft.ice is lino by published that the followirig named aban doned cl.ihlre*' aid nati orphan., have been received Binic Sept. 30. 1 fi*l, 'wi.li one ieptloit, Louisa Varrella (fem:Je» to years old, darklMir audcyee, May 2i». LSSH. (sine" abin doncd.) Adoti R«mlriK. ab-iu-lu ml (male) 7 yeai-old, ! lv- eyie, cross- «yed, 4 ark nair. 1 M t 17, ISM I. Art -mi-Tia Montes (firmale) halt or- : KHw 12 years old, .Voreatbcr 2 V 1 *!M. MRS. i tf. A. WATSON, Suivrlnteodeiil. 2 | -\TE\V ERA LABOR*" EX CHAS GK~ TilE CIT- | Isensof I.os AugeVs will pl< ase take noth-e I that the board of maoage:.-. oi the '.nn 1 und j Garden Department Nv. 3of tie Nov 1-a Lahor Exchange . ill take loan suh» r-.jpt ,:s of uli persons who are uilL'sig to ;ie!p the unem fetrted to help themael tc:; b\- pi\.d'.iring their own living. VV'c want *a» tafsc within stag next five or ten dayr i:« -money, groceiies, teams and general »uppl w>. Mor.ey subscrip tions will be receive I by office ot Los Angeles Rgpress snd this office to Vie turned over to the hoard of mannger.l r.ml Garden department. rpllE CO-PARI SEITsKIP HER COFORE EX 1. istlng between Ed. B. W?bstt r and Gi :. Goldsmith under the name «f Webidcr Tailor- j ing Co., bas been litis day < assoived by mutual coiucnt. Mr. Geo. tioldsinit b retiring from the business, aud all moneys due itid firm are pavablo to Ed. Be' sicr, who will pay all t;b- Ugoflona against said company. Signed this 24itb day of Jan. 1805. ED. B. WEBSTER, i 9 G'.:o. GOL?>SMITH. S\TOTICE—THE LOS ANGEi itf C ITY WATER jV% eotnpanv will -tricuy e:»Jon c tne follow ing rules: Tiie hourc for *t ttDCiliiig are be j tween ai-.o h j clock a.m. an dti and s o'clock [ p.m. For n vlc.'et :on oi the tirfjve reguiatio i the water will b? off nnd :t tine oi +2 will Lc charged before the water w ; dl be turned ou 1 again. V O'l f<:E IB HEREBY**HV*>' T<> TilE MKM IT bars of Los LodguNo. r»:., A. O. v. W., to be at their hut: on Main tit. at 1 n in., sharp, Wedrsfsdii v, oattend tbe funeral of mir laic brother, IV. B. TullK R. EE .Vis, May ter Workman. 3-J "j-H E SAFE iXftPt BUI BOX ES' OF TDK ST A 1 E 1 trust cumpany are enclosed in a lire-pro'u" and tuir:*li:r-proo£ \.*wilt. with time locks and briilii-aitly lighted uir b electricity; alcove- sttecbei for the private examination oi valit.ibles. wit h writing matovials; a young lady in attendsttiM!. V-oB SALE—THE "NiLES TK.K T:' LOTS IN JT this beautiluf tract arc now ior sale at prices ranging fro m !*OOO upwards; these lots are sold « nlv to partieswnowill build good bouses. PtHNDEICTEIL & WADSWORTH, 303 W. St com! St. TV EW FACES"-- ALL A BOUtVh \ \<""t[Vi; Xl features and renovating blemishes, in 1 >0 pago hook, for a stump. JOHN 11. V7OOD- Bl BY, 127 W. Fort;' Second st. New York, in ventor oi Woodbury h Facia 1 Soap. S LL PARTIES INTERESTED IN THE HILL 2\ street sewer a- lossment district are re quested to rue tat the enciee house, corner Nin a and Main sts., a t 7:30 o'clock, this Tues day evening* January 89th< Vf EsiUN'S I- I-MAI E FILLS AS A SPKt lID Jig monthly medicln c for immediate relief for painful and irrcsuhir nienses—lrom what evercause. For sa>u by GEO. H. FREEMAN Ca, 102 N. springs:. Price, f3 per box. V* ANt FAt tVHMkH W HAD -LA DIES' -T.I straw and felt, iiat.s: rtyed and pressed in latest styles: men's sirsw hnto made and re finished. R 086JCLL Ac \VILBON, 113 W. Third St., L A. I-OR RENT—TO DAIRYMEN; 80- VCRE X 4 ranch, on account ef slokness; 40 acres lv SUiolfa, lo i:; posture anu nbout ;;•» Li barley. LEBREN, west end Jefferton st., Lets Angeles. A/t ACIIINEI'.Y, DIES . .ND TOOL.-' MADE >fl sni repaired J. vok .-LitKEY. 210 S, Lo, Angele it. Tel. tW. >[ rtH EAN" y G URFi s CLOSE~ON ALL • ecrrc nt work, nee mi* 4of>San Pedio .^t. At. % OI'EK. II VUSEVOVER, OFFICE 12 < Canterpir. -c. Ei ifl - • . V* RS. WEAVER Ta«:K+ *N. MANICURING Ifl for italic* end sjeittkemen; specialist in (simplex* . » (lepamueni: ulectrolytlc rcmo\ul ol sni-eril io-.'. r.air ShsnW-8 Stimson block; lei. Ittw Danpbtf;' p elm an c n rEv ru r"e"d;"e n aminatios L-e*.-: also- el Iropody, in?, shsmpootasg, . lc. \ ICY STEER, 121', >. Hroaiwsy. Tail. B. OOIXINS, OFTH a EMU OI'M. LAN, IJ with the L» A. Optical institute; eyes ex snUnedfree, j2*s, upring" at. f\n.' J." H.~~RYAX.~EYE, *JEAR~ NOSE AN B \) throat, etc . removed io 202, Stimson 11[k^ C A \ ANON—HCRGEON CHIROPODIST; p« pedicuring lot loslie* and gentlemen; 208 Stimson bluet, corner Tiii-rd and Spring; Sun day hours. luto4. M RB* ~TT~iV KENNEDY, MANICURE AND chiropodist: moles and hair removed by electric needle, t roc»er bl'k. 2i2 S. Broadway. M~~IBS C.~BTAFFERfc'II IROPODIST: LADIES' masscuKC. 211 W. First st., upp. Nadcau. DR. B. ZACHAt:, SUL'.EGN CAIi:oPOI>IST." 124 S. Ma n st.. rooms 4 and ft. LOST AWa> fOOND. w TRAY EIV-8 AT U RDA V EVENING, DARK 1 hay SOW short on legs, small metal tag in right'ear. chain around horns, with padlock; reward; 1400 Sun tee st 1-28 tf f" OST -.IAN U A RV 12TH.X SMA LL BLA t X .Li bag containing papers of value only to etrnei; liberal reward; address or leave at 323 H. Broudway 23 X7OUND—SAM CLIPS HORSEB AT YOUR I price. North Broadway. llFflOl.BTllKglK^^^ f AS. F. ALLEN, MANUFACTURER OF UP rr bolstered goods, mattresses, etc.; carpet iD'iim and la \ ing a specialty. 513 S. spring -'. MAHKIt'H. \"d; jTaRKET—FOR CHOICE MEATS *T IS2OS. Main st. Tel. west 171. CONVSAOTOB9. BITUMIN- J oul aud asphalt paring. 237 W. First st. TtKLP *» N i-KO-M U.K. OOUTHE \\S~F. M7u7YMENT^'oT" TsTTISS k 1 cor. Frank tin and N"\v Htgb sts; an kinds o labor on our free register wltHoul ci-s; tv em- P oyer.lncludlng order" by wise; t'Omeat finish- S3 a day: sec boss hercK siy oor .f hu clear ior one yve>r; <i»' r man *>r Sjredsi house t:i:l In town "We have awaitint n aittmtton i lirsi elass machine and nardn si* men j *n\\t a span -»f imrses. -!* t MAN IN EVERY SECTION TO SELL ;V pi4*pJe Bocrb* ie dealers: experience i i\. necessary; best aid* line a month S»L sry end expenses or large eosaeiiasien sftede, 1•r st sled particulars semi atenip, CLIFTON KOAF MAN'UKAC'I CRING COM I ANY, Cincin nati, O. W ANTED - ALL NEED! NO HE LP, Fit V X J * cmplovmcnt or no/ information, address K. NITTINGKR's BUREAU, established 1860, oflice, 411 S. Los Angeles st.: residence, 4M S. Hope It. corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cel. pbette l Hi. i tITY AND "COI'NTY " OFFICIAL FftKl \ labor bureau. 240 New Higb st.. telephone 1158, for COOks, waiters, household help me chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, man ager. ; IjETTY, 111 MMEL A co., 800*302 WEST I second st. Tel. 500. The bestOmptointent ofßce In ever* way ' M ji'.'.'i tMCr , n SSiMSESiSb BtVU A iIONH WANtKU-HaVlaSY* I'ifrrvinq per*O**ioe*iH*g rmuloyvtettt Witt br allowed to insert three fines, muter this hecdi/iy, tv o times Jree of eharjte. W ANTED.-YOUNG ' MAX WANTS POSI TS tion to take care of horses; handy with tools; good recommendation. Address N, Box 40, this office, 81 WANTED - S lII'ATI ON*; _ M A UKIED MA N* vr earpenterwants work at anything, w. H. G 018, San Julian 30 \it"aNTED--A BOY WHO UNDERSTANDS W furnishing goi ds; tecOmincndations. Ap ply at 125 S. Main st. 89tf AI7ANTED-Sri (7ATION; MAPDRAUi. HTS tV nan; good lcttcrcr. W, Box JO, this office. 30 OTENOGKAPfIER WANTS WORK: SMALL i 1 ssJary; hghest testimonials, Address d, u>\ 00. ' 80 .S TUA I 10..8 \VAKL"it)-jrK«SLK, Deserviiitj psrsSfU employment will be uUo'rni tn 'in*, rt thee* Unt'x for tv:o insertions, under tin's hen lir.yj, free of charge \\- A NIK 11 -Cll AM D ERW OR X' OR WORE Vf of any kind; prefer going home nights, w. Box :so, this office. ao pi OOD DRESSMAXER~~FROM SAN FRAN \T > ;on hi like some more work at hdtn -; dress;s made, 84, 514 Flower st., near Sixth. J 0-2j [tf aw >M<~>HfLM* "*'*' > • ciai and real estate broker; large proper* lies mid l-i a > j.eeiHll v. •'- l '> waar Hi v - .• i l uhi,L.i> Ao De* IV ANTED-A 1 MONTH ' OLD SETTER OR '"Newfoundland puppy. Write fully to M, Bog 50, this ofbee 2» 11' ANT ED — HOtJOE* TO BUILD BY LOBT. it D. COATE6 bttlidtng coutrector, MM s. hrcr.dway, Los Angeles, Cal. WANfED-HORSE FOR HIS FEED M. T, TT GUTHRIE New Era Labor Ex.. 700 son Pedro st. 30 T\*ANTED-PAINTEI;s TO BEI THE BX> I y gelslor painis at 021 s. Bpi lug st» 8-8 ffBSON \ 1. PERSONAL— THE SISTERS OF CHARITY l of loa Angc c* orphan asylum wish to as e tain the whereabouts of the parents of 'allium Garcia, about q veers old,whobn* ii en an inmate of the aivlum for one year. ■ sTF.i! JOSEPHINE. 2-3 hvstslls*«M rJ*t»fti»N i.-. |)ERSi »N A i.-TO I.OVEKS OF FRESH ID i VsT- I ed coffee from our giant coffee roaster, Java ;id Uooha, 35fl lb; 5 lb", good Japan tea, $1 ; .0 lbs corn ni'-sd, 156; 81 bs tapi.cn, 25c; tt lbs , aickwheet, vso; 10 lbs raisins, 25c: 5 lbs has, !Sc; 8 lbs apricots, 85oi filbs oeftns, 25c; can irawn 10c; deviled ham 6c: 3 cans oysters, , !sc: 60 bars old mission soap. 811 2 pits ireakfast wafers, Iftc; 0-ib sack flour, 70c; sMOO, 10c; pork 8Wo; can apricots. sc. SCO NO MIC STORES, auj S. Spring st. PERSONAL ~RALPH~ BROS.—GOLD BAR I flo-ir BOO; city Uou-, 75c. granulated sugar. d ltsSl; brown suger, "23 lb*s)t; ") lbs roned vheai or oats, 25c; sardines. 5 boxes 25c; omatoeSj 2 can 15e; 7 bars tierniau family oap, 20e; fi gallons oil, 800; sjasoUne, 06c; 4 isckages starch, 85cj lard, odb can, 75e; 5 DB, 400, 001 Bt Spring street, coiner BiXth. pHASE'S MARKET, CIS S. SPB ING-5 LBS L boiling beef. 25c: 2 lbs round steak, 15c: rib steak, be; sirloin, tenderloin or porte house ■ teak, 12"„ c; stewing mutton, 3c; 1 Bofniitt on, 80: "rib or shudder chops, 2 lbs 15e. everything else lb proportion. CIXAUE'd MAitKE'l, 818 S. Spring. ZtiU V 11 SALE— RETAIL AND COM ffiuUU mission J^nsiness at a bargain if sold litis week; a splendid business opportunity. \ddiesi V. Box 30, tnis office. 2 |>ERSONAL - I'A i-M IsTllY ; ONE HAND J read free: every Hidden mystery revealed; He read from cradle to gr*ve without a mis take; lHHbp,m, ill'.j W. Third st. I > E RSONAL ELEc'i Bo Til K1 LA VV. UTIC I bdtbs; electric trj it ment scicnt ideal ly given ; magnetic and massage electrlcltv, 20c .MRS. L. BOBBINS, S. Main St. Personal- Magnetism and hypnot -1 ism insures suocess in life; loo:.nge book, lOe. PROF. ANDERSON. South Spring itreet, gu SALE-DELICACY STORK AND RES- I taurant; a bargain if sold within three days. 838 s. Broadway. 20 KKs.MiT-NEW BOOK ON PALMISTRY Free reading given to every purchaser, 204 8. spring St., opposite the Hollenbeck. ■\I.ME LE'-Boi;. FRENCH DRESSMAKER, ■♦ I or. sci'ond and Mnin. to en hedral OVI'OKTTTftI i IE \\'E HAVE IN 6A -0 loons and bus in sschaiicea titsn any firm in the city. We respec fuH? invite all Fnves tors, special attention given to sale of real estate. LINoENFELD de KOENIG, 2'J2 W. ' First street. 11 L"011 s\ i. i:- fine';i- i c E it v ST< iii E j spl bn • 1 did show for a good man with a littlo capi tal to buy me out; cal. cash GROCER. Fifth m. and Maple aye. 17 tf 1/ oh sale-all" "KINDS "of BUSINESS; I I t o.lcetion and Purchasing agency, E -tub- i Balled 1880. E. NITTINGER, 41 iS. Los An- ! gelcs st. T-OR SALE-A WINE ANi/LIQrOR HOUSE V with I'omilv trade established, with side 1 far; rem low: longleaie. NOLAN & SMITH. :io I/O It SALE—AT ti >i \\ EST SIXTH ST.. A good business with convenient living room- connected and reasonable rents. »j<) TF YOU WISH TO DD-I'OSE OF YOUR BCSJ- I ness without delay for cash, always go to I. D. BARNARD, Broadway. 3L I AIIY PARTNER WANTED IN \ GOOD \j nfftee business; references required and i furnished. Room BIS Wilson block, city.' I PARTNER WANTED IN A" PAYING m'Sl- I oess; come and .-cc me. F. M. STONE. 124fc,i&ai ring st. ;t ■ BX€UstBl4rNB. BURUNCTON ROUTE" EXCURSIONS, PER- I sonally conductrd. leave Los Angeles every Wednesday via Southern Pacitic, Denver and btlo Grande and Burlington route for Chicago, I Nt w York, Boston anil other eastern points; j upholstered tourist oars with all conveniences, fee any southern Pacific age Jit or write to T. 11. DUZAN, 822 B. spring st., Los Angeles, CaL I»HiLLIPS' I'ERStiNAJ.LY CONDUCTED EN ourslons, via southern Pacific, Rio Grande and Book Bland routes; leave Los A-hgC every Tuesday, cross the Sierra Nevada*, pass 1 lie entire Rio Grande scenery and mako 10 hours' siop at Niagara Falls, all by daylight. Also via the Soot hern route, E! Paso and Fort Worth, cveiy Thursday. Office, 13t» S. Spring street. j lI'SONSI'OIM 'EAR EXCURSIONS—EVERY fj Monday over Mio Rio Grande Western und Denver and Rio Grande railways; scenic route; personally oondueted; new ly upholstered cars through to Chicago, New York and Bos lon. Finest equipment, btst service, quick lime, oilice, 212 S. Spring st. DUKMsMaKINO. \"~T r T KINO ACAD eniy ladies are taught to become compe tent cutters and titters, and prepared to do first-class work. Patterns cut to order. 708K S. Broadway. LADIES THAI LIKE TO WE A B FIRST-CLASS iittlng dresses call at 124 S. Main st. Dresses made from 84 up. MRS. BToLTEN- IiEKG-WQLTER. LAWN CirrTlNtT " XE RATING & CO., PRACTrViAlT'o^dtrJEN ers; lawn laylngand cutting a specialty; gardens cared for by the month on reasonable terms. Address, 200 H Main st.. Los Angeles. PIC IRO£,tCUM MKTKIIB. Ye r r o leu m "a n a R 8 sey J. E. KOEBERLE, 145 S. Broadway I V . LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUJBSWAI* AJUKrujNii, JANUARY «W, 1895. r . JJJMjjCI At*. I I>ACIF!C LOAN COMPANY. (INCORPORATED.) Limns money in fiirv amount on oil kituhi of eoibuerai securities, did- ] mondt, j. wulry, tealaklus, mer cdtandisc. etc. Also on pianos, iron and steel safes, without removal. Parti 1 paynienis 'received . Money quid:, ttuslttesi confidential, Prf vei«' office for ladle*. W. K. DkGROOT, Mannirer. Loom-. 2. ;» and 4. -pint' st, } VfOXKV ro Loan on DIAMOND::, i iTI watches, jewelry sealskins, c o,; also o;i j Mono*, ukt. nandlM, iron and steel safes, fur- '. vi urelh lodgingbouses, boarding houses and , hotels without removal; also on city aud j country prop rty; low Interest: can have money at once*; business confidential; private offlcc ft)r ladies, GEO. 8, KoBi.NSON, 338 W. First st., rooms I nnd 8, LTNION Low company LOANS MONEY J on all kinds ol i diamonds. Jewelry, ie Isklhsaod (uruiture in i lodging and hoarding huu-u B, and nn pianos | without removal; private office for ladles, I room 112: btiilnee* confidential. CLARK A 1 SHAW, manager, rooms 111 and 112, Stimson block. INVESTMENT Co., \J 221 S. Broadway. I StoOk and bond brokers, loan mortgages, se curities and investments, collections made, taxes paid and p o, erty managed rom ■■- residents or others. Xl-C9tf pOINDEXTER A: WADSWORTH. BROKE Rs" l 800 IV, Second st . buy and soil mortgages stocks, bonds and &uy good securities; it' you wish to lend or borrow or Invest iv real estate CBll on us; collections made and property managed fcwftoa-rosldenta *J■ if ArovM role Tn i \ " ": i"s~)"T"Cr r, ~ ( 7\ ,T1 any good collater-l; bust bees (strictly confidential; loans negotiated on city und country property, W. E. DEMJXG, 2il W. First st., room 15. MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS. JEW elry watches piano-, sesvlskinsyllre stock I carriages, 4noYoles and all kind* of personal ' and collateral securi jr. LEE Bito j . ' | 402 B. Spring st. LOAN—s«n.t)(»o ON REAL ESTATE X security, and lo«v rates of Interest, city Or country. Come and see us. IRAsER i& JEN KIN.-, 182 s. Broadway. 11-28 t-f fT»3 LOAN - UN] IMITED "AMOUNT FOR 1 small loans: Decommissions; light expense. SECURITY LOAN & Tit CST CO., -23 8. Spring. A|ON BY TO LOAN G PER CENT: RENT- j ill crs Co-operative Investment Co., F ti. ' TRUE, general agent, 205 w. Third st 2-1 f dfeoo Ann to loan on city property, i m Z«£*UUU from V3OOO up, W. p. LARKIN, I 110 S. 7 Broadway. *_oti TO LOAN-MONEY "1~8 BUMS TO BIT IT AT X reasonable rates. WM. F. BOSBY-d H! 110 S. Broadway. ti AION BY TO-. LO*N ON REAL ESTATE, i AI (TIT/EN'S i.N VESTMENT CO . 224 i Broadway. 12-20tf TO LOAN-MONEY ON PERSONAL BE"cn"~ 1 rlly, JOHN L. PAEKOYicII, 220 West First. 28 ii ONKY TO LOAN—LOWEST RATE& B.\ R- i LOW & SHERWOOD, 123 south Bro d- . way. 11-25 tf i rpO LOa N-8100 TO ¥100,000; 5W to ti SET X 22df W. Firsl st. B-fi ti VI ON E V Ti i I.o.\N~IN *bCMS TO s' ! I". ;U 220 W. First st. . rpoI.OAN—MON E V ON PERSON AL NOTEB. I j MO W. Firsl ~-t. £811 OEsTJ<» te*. " j i D"Tr*cTAT'KCN.N 555 'W. ' FIRST ST., latest appliances for doing dental work at, , lowest prices; gold crown and bridge work; J irregular teeth regulated; wear gold-lined plates; are cheapest aud best; lady assistant. Esta'dished—lSB?7 ~ OR. L. W WELLS; EXTRACTION PAIN- j lens; gold crowns, bridgework and teeth , i without plates » specialty, tior, Spring it First i ' sts., w llson block. Telephone IiWO. ■ ADAMS BROS.' DENTAL PARLORS. 2"!!»»., S. Springst ; painless extracting and fill- ' i::g; idatf*s. s*S. .Flo; all work guaranteed; ; es ab. 1<» yrs. Hours Sunday.i 10*12. T]|r~H. MA&SER, isTbj j>,' D. 8., HAS RE- j it • moved to 245 s. spring st.; special at- , , tcntion given to loosening teeth and to did- j esses of the gums; moderate prices. ft U. X RIECHBA U M ~DE NTIST, filB & \T. Broadway, entrr.iM-e through Westervelfa studio. Oilice bonis, 8:20 to lz und 1 to 0. | I'DWIG BBMLER. D. D. 8.; DENTAL Of* I j floe, room 1. 114 S. HprlDgfet.; olllce hours, ! 9to v and i :30 io 3. t I BAJtfY DHNTAIj l-'ARIOItS GERMAN- eth I >B. WILDE!:, I 1 J 9 Corner Seventh and Main :=ts. Telephone loy-i. j 1 DR KEN NED yTdEN TIST, 108)4 N. SPRING st.. rooms 2,0 and 7. Painless extraction, j 17VRANK STKYENS "&T SPRING ST. ! X Open Sundays and evenings; eleccrielight, TjT~ R." CI'NNINCHAM, DENTIST; CALTfOR I • n(s Bank building. PiiY-KI AtM, IXNOW THYSELF—tNJ»TvIDCAITINSTRTJc- j IV Hon In the law ot Divine Healing; treat- 1 ment included. MRS. ALL IE MAY WOODS,] •147 s. Broadway, Los Angeles; CaL Reom \*. ■ Hours: Tuesday a.d Friduy, 10 to 12 a m. and 1 i to ;: p. m. 2-2 j | IT M. E RAYMOND M.D~ LADY PHYsX j ' \j clan: diseases of women and childrcd a \ specialty. Oihee and residence. 2511 8. Main j ; st., Los Angele-; telephone IS2 west; office I hour: :i to 5 p.m. \'U I ICE~K" D. WISE, M. D., OFFICE 225 S. I x\ spring *L t office hours Irom 8 to 10 a. m., ' and 1 to 5 p. m ; diseases of women a specie - Mr: graduate oi Jefferson medical college, '. , pbl adelphia. t.j lis. PR. J, H7 6PECIALTY. MID-' | .v| wtf Cry, Ladies cared for duHng cOnflhe- : ment at 727 Bel evue aye. calls piomp ly at 1 tended to. Telephone ill!* j V| YGEI* TREATMENT FOR ALL DISEASES; ! II must sue sssfut method! no dtuge; has . cured hundreds; rottsultetlotl free J. % b 'I DTTLEj 04.i 8. Broadway. p .vr IC nt" FI * )RSE 1 I > hoes are doltfg great work on horses; we [ guarantee to cure ah lumen as in horses' feet 1 or ask no pay; we have treated a largO number ' i i horse* that were thought incurable, and In 1 ever> case were successful; this p teic is for i sale as shop, county aud state rights; any ; horse sheer can operate theseuhoes as well as I can. When they buy the right; bring your ; lame horses an 1 have them examined) ireo; re member, it costs yon nothing where iio benent ; is received. fRQJ ■J-H. sM I VH, sl pel a list ol horses feet, 748 & Main sl, or P t>. n0x.700. TWTO FOOT. NO HORSE-Ho!;si;s SHOD Ai - i II cording to nature and SgreeablO to ftrt, ' shoes mode for a'i diseases of the feet. GOOD WIN'S SHOEING SHOP, 201 n. Los Angeles . Si I eet. ATTOBNStYM- AIV4 W . ( 'HENI.Y .U'HOMN SSK COIL I'ItANKUN \_y and New High sts, Los Atmo c 6. Rooms 12, l.», 14, Abstract aud Title insurance block, j "I3E*'K '& FOLEY, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, I X 8 and B, Moore blk, HO Court st. \\7 W. HOLCOMB-ADYICE FREE ON ALL ti m legal matters.' 2t< Wi i| Firs< street. CtAKTEK A PIERCE, LAWYttR*. OEEICEI > '3b to as Bryaon block, Los Angeiea \f~ K. YOUNG, ATTORNE V - A T d - A W, _ 40 S i\i «_Bradbury iniiiding. STOCKS, BONUS ANO ■'<} A(■ \', >. i rpOR SALE—CARTER A BEKCIIERi MINING* i JT brokers, represent leading properties: gold, j silver, copper, lead etc ; examinations m tde and rcporis furnished by tiie most competent and responsible California experts; correspon dence solicited; information promptly fur nished. Ofilcu, ;12S S. Broadway. i2-,2ti Pl* Mite* 1-0 R SALE—BA RGA I NB—STANDARD UP rlgbt piano, slightly used. (k205. Hand some Even ja Pood piano, snap bargain, not much used, $255; worth 1(1400. Largest size cabinet grand i iano, ;i pedals, walnut case, fine tone, *270, cash or Lnsalleients. kohler & chase, UaS s. g!.ringst. Hl'. YCLKC. WE. COWAN.MOR. THOS. H.B.VABsJEY, • coast agu for Rambler bicycles, 'tele phone 186 i. 427 .-. Spring st. II ICY CLE. Bt'CGY AND LIVERY—B, MQAT. > Business rcmovkd lo E. Second 11. M KBKSt'H AIJM GOODS. TJAUL KOy'n^^sTaNl : FA( \ I and canes, German sport pipes. German 1 cigar and cigarc te h> lders in meerschaum \ and wetsel wood. Meersshaum goods ro- \ paired. 258 South ■. a tic is xi Kvtn. 1/ISHN <t HUNT, y 424 Stimson Building. Tolejihone 201 sTOIt Kxcu *Nt;r. I7»OR EXCHANGE—FOR EASTERN PROB ert v, 21-acro «!•• nbiO'is orchard In bearing, situated near Alh kinbru; good wutcr right 10 acres lt> wiles south of city: lojeresin alfalfa' an fenced; no alkali. For sale, host quality of uni'mprove'l hind tn tracts ol 10 to 20 aereswlth water, situated 2« 9 miles iron mi Gabriel. M. D. JOHNSON, 82'tf 818 W. First st r IpOK EXT*TIAN«*.r. - * " —; j 2Clear lot* In Chicago suitable ior flats or residence,good location; for mail houses or i lotsjfi Los Angetos. W. I. LARKIN .t CO., 1 -Uti Ownele, tIOS. Broi Iwav. Los Angeles. j"I ■'OB EXOtt.VNt ' Vt'RE FINK LEVEL V Iruit 1 ud Ufa- Ontalro and Chino. $ISo '. ihortga ■$s 10, \\ ill tahee SthrU prop ; c tyforeouitv. Thislsa good opportunity to 1 I get a California ionic. POINDEXTER A I WADSWORTH 3 :N W, S cpl 3. 2-1 ! t 'OP KXCrfANOK—7-ROt)M IDH'SK, CLOSE Xr in rental t tuoper month; $3000, mort gage $15 o. Will cxi Hangeequity lor cou try proper) r. Here nch nice to get a good hme et :i bargain. POIND!" X FER & WAIWWORTH, ! Bofi W, s. Bond. 2-1 j ti*Oß EXCHANGE-F«-«! IMPROVED RANCH* JT mmf i.os Angeles, Ralnee stock Car Co. ! stock at par. Thi *is equivalent to cash. FOINTDEXTKK ft W A It; WOItTH, :'9 30 > w Second. ■ Mm" :>• i-H \N-,F. -\::w modern house, I" S rooms au 1 stable In beet residence 1 art 0/ city, for L'ood ::iia!i:i jnnch or land near Cahuengu JpOINDEXTCB WADSWORTH, 30b W. second. 2-1 iJ>OR EXCHANGE- 320 \CR EBIN ARTESIAN 1 belt, Kern Co.. al MiraraoOtU colony. Fine level iruit land. Will 4 '.<■ OOsterja nropertv. POIM>KXTER st WA'isoOßlH, 305 W. Sec ond. 2-1 I F.XCHANG i:~ !O PS IN LOS ANGELES. J i $260 to $380 each, morigagcd for one-half Vain . for eastern proper y. rOIND EXTERN WAiisuoß'i tf. aos W. Second. 2-1 I-MiR Ea'-D \ngi —A ROOM HOUSE lk V ropoka, Kan., clear, for Clearwater land or town lot? -M. it. JoilNsoN, 818 W. First st. EXCH A NGE GOOD FARMS IN KAN- Jr tn- , Nebraska anil Dakota for encumbered California. DO IN DEXTER & WaDSWORIH, boa w. 6econd. 2-1 |J AYE S-L». NLW "BU YC I-"t(7~~EX " change for good horse a;id/e,rrt or low phaeton. Ad.li-.—• Box -YL this Office, 28 • I?6b EXOHANtiE CITY PROPERTY FOR JL country: CaL, tor eastern] sumo clear, some cbcumbcred> R. D. LISI\ L*oH- W« Becond. 2 5 liiVl Al " L ' l:; Tf'LAlli; COUN iO". ty, Cal., to exchange for eastern land, M. i. 1; rWr ,\, 1 ... l.roadwiiy. 11 It I'C ■ . UN !'— HOi;SMS. fJtOB F.I'.N i . .6 o ROOM COTTAQ*% 2024 I I Mlchiitan i ye. $15—5 room cottage, 2688 Michigan avo. ipro*—s room house, dtaonton sv., so.itu of I KiutU st. ! HARLOW ii SHERWOOD, 123 S Broadway. i" OB 1;::NT--TWO YJGsiy NICE HOUSES, , I" 1 furnished: one of 8 rbomOjOnoof 10 rooms; pies anl grounds, shrubhon etc , near street ; ear line. McKuON ,v YOAKUM, 234 W. First st. 30 E*oB ri:nt-hoi 7 booms, oro S. LOS j by Angeiea st., $25; r month, indttding wa ter. THR ELK ELD SMITH, 204 S. Broad way. BOtI I7OR*"RENT-985-LARGE 10ROOM HOUSE, I. No. J7 Barnard paik, southwest com r Grand aye. an 1 Washington st. BARLOW.d> SHERWOOD, 1235. Broadway; • 23tf _ 1/01.: RENT HOUSE, WITH OR E without furniture: bath, hot and cold; gas; 128 Boyle aye., Boyle Ileigh s, corner Second. Apply 120 w. Second. '*9ti 1 j"OR-RENT— 't -ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE, * nice yard, close In. Apply at premises, 130 , S. GRAND AVENUE. 29 P-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT—HOT AND COLD 1 it water baths; price,s2s No. 215 Eighth J 11. , near Sat I;CC. 2 ! FOR KtCNT— R008f«. J Ti>LEt3ANTI V FURNISHED ROOMS EN j Id suit or single; new house: new furni ture; reasonable. THE RICHARD, , 31 OOlLj E. Fifth st. 1 Tf >OR RENT- SUNN V SUITES OF OFFICES IN , I the Fulton block. D. iv. TRASK, 807 New High M. 29tf , I .'OK RENT -N EWI.Y FURNISHEI~ROOMS. 1 1 with hoard- $20 per month. In private taut* ' ily. 1500 NORTH MAIN, Cir. Bloom. 29 ! jraoß rlnv-yto. two fcrnisiied rooms, ! 1 housekeeping. HO s. llc'linan at., East 1 Lqa Angeles, I2tf t '»,-U V. DEN VER, 183 N. .MAIN ST.TFfXK j I fnrni bod rooms,sl.so per week and up; , rTNFURNIBHED OR FURNISHED BOOMB, ' U at 103 N. olive st., cor. First. New house. ' 4 ' / ■ RAND PACIFIC, 423 SOUTH SPRING Si., '. \T fine la:ge rooms ; :;'.t per week nnd up. I rjpTO' LET—3 OR 4 FURNISrIKD HOUSE- j 1 keeping rot'iii'-. V -A i:. 1 hirly-second st. 5I , rpß ivKNI-MIrtOELLANE >U jnoS^RKNT—DESK ROOM IN FRONT OF _ gj-tf" g 3g West Fourth st. tiip up sjyjjojt q|4 1 npHE i/j.s^angeles""*bu.-7ness college ] X (incorporated), located ut 144 8. Main st,, is the h.rgcst and beat equipped institution In s*);:;hei;u California, it provides a thorough buidnesseducation iv the most p ncticai way. The shorthand department leads all competi tors, and i ; a art at success. Its department of penmanship is obndnoted by E. X, Isaacs, a , icficher oi nuiional reput.it.on. Day stission * opou all the year. Night sessions Monday, edrtesday anp Friday nights tif each week, fienu for Catalogue; h i: BCHRADKR, pres.; ; F. W. KELsEY, vice-prt .: L. N. iNSKEEi', sec. j YYOOjiBUiiY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 270 H. 1 Vi springs'..: the Oldest, largest aud finest ' equipped commercial iohooi in southern can- | fornial athoron h course In the commercial ] l ranches and bankD g; h supogibr and sue- | cesatulshorthand and u-pcu 1 itingdepartment j ' aud a.practical English course; new college ' rooms, perfectly hgu ed and ventilated; eleo- 1 trio CJovator for pupils'.use; new furniture 1 an 4 appliances; open all tho your; pupils re ceived at any time; Illustrated catalogue und full Information free. C. A. HOUOH, president; N. C.FELKUCH, Vloe-prosldcut. riMIROOF POLYTECHNIC IN - ITTUTE, I'AS- * 1. j.demi, < nlifortHa the 01 ly institution in routbern California providing thorough In dustrial find art Iral nlng for both sexes in con nection with scientific, literary or classical education. Sloyd school for younger pupils. Manual tr tiiWSchool aud poXtege of tetdinol ogy. Cot ib ha cgely olefctlve, «;ood homes for students. For catalog UO and full inforina . tion fi Idresa PRESIDENT CHARLES H. X ..Yi-.s, 1 'hsadens I -nil rnia. I 6 1 '-Ll I- 1 \iA 1 S ING SCHOOL tIN- l .X j Oorpomtedifor klndorg<*rteners. Address MRS, N. I. M IYM . I A. J .ve.ity-third at. j / • ILLS' COLLEO I ME SCHOOL— ! t Tf 4,0 w'. Tenth st. ' MiSSl'.v ..-(>'> ai ENNEN. ; .- ELBCIKIGITY. It? LILY* LATE FROM FARTS, GIVES 31 scion title in as-age; huud-rubbiug- alcohol ami perfumed bttths; attendants. Parlor4B, 142 S. Main st. \.l IBS EDITH DABBELL, RLXKNTLY FROM jM tho 1 tt.it, gives llrst-clnss massAgi and mag nctle treatments. Hours, from iv a. mto9 p, m, Booms 1J r.uu .2, 355)2 s. spring. A MASSEUSE WILL VISIT LADIES AT x\ iheir reside nee; ter,ms rtasonable. Ad dre.is X, box 50, this oilice. 20 iVfiSH MARY KTONE, MASSAGE TREAT -»s ment l'SrtJ-j.N. Spring room 22. 2-28 See VERA CLAIR THE FAMoUS:"~MaS sage ahd vnror bathe, w. seventh. 2-21 li/fA DAM DE LEON -BATHS, MASSAGE; its iP > '-itfi-niai; , nt,tic_troainu , ir. 4Di^S.spring ICKKI-H AND OTHBIt l£ A '■' lIH. MAN:\Gi.MI ..I OF iHf/iIAMMAM — Comment ing Jan. 7th, the ladies' depart ment of the batUS Will havo two utlondunts and will be opeu irom s a.m. toOp*m.; sun days, y a, m. to 12 in.; everything neat and 1 cie 11, gentlemen's department opep day a id * night, except sunda> afternoon; eiectriel y and" mas-nee given at baths and private j bouaes; physician consulted free, BROOKS, 1 230 H. Main st. I tSfcfe B - filO ! OOH API* r*A H<'t>R-« B. \\ A ITV., 21 I W I>T FIRST ST..LOS AN geh ('ai : viows mode to order guaran teed. (issortmeiit S. California views. jpHOTOS, ANY SIZE $I."'PLAZA GALLERY. \ Xpcj'iih TTxtirFEs, nicest ejnish. 25e; j ' " ' ,10/:; llK ' v '"' Fpner Main st j ! Ot.l JdC 1; VK * OENCIKv ' VfACKENZIt'3 DETECTIVE AGENCY, 203 I VI summon building. Relinblu operators fur- I nisheU on short notice. Collections made in imy pun ol tho United States nnd Canadu. Richard altschul. beal k.tmk, loans a commission. bcvs and sells business and - RESIDENCE Lo'is IN ANY CART 01* THE CITY. $ I fio—Corner nn Vermont aye., just oo initio city limits: 60x175 to alley wil sell on the Installment plan, one- block Irom electric cars $nOO-50.J ti. near E. Fifth on Colyton St.. In ltic Iflisd traot; adjoining ft r. a snap for ons ol ihe railroad bays, coat pres. en l owner 8150 v; easy terms if desired. Ad* Joins nicely improved corner. 15750 -Gtrard st,. near I'ico and Union aye , fxLvl'j,., $75(», .-.Licet graded and grading paid for; easy terms; lot lies high among'nicc Im provements. $1000—The cheapest lots on Central nve. nortli of Eighth st.; 80x180; only 99 OLA foot: j opposite the Kohler 1 ract; or will well each >i the two Lota separately tor $Hou; deferred p iy ments at 10 per cell! gross. $ 2250—1 have lot sole a number ol good resi dence lots, si)r.Ks. near l'leo sl. antiunion nve. on gra ie 1 street: owner will build beauti ful ti-rooin colonial cottairo«, all eomplcte.wlth bath. BOyeeu porch, first-elate iv every respect; terms, cash, balnnce monthly install ments. $3250—L0t 60x155 to alley, on cast side o[ FfgnerOS. Nt,, adjoining corner of Figueroa and ■Sixteen.h sts.; % cash,ou lime; interest 7 per •■cut net. $4250 — That beautiful coiner, M) feet on cast side of Figueroa by 156 feet tm sixteenth st., on r-umo terms of payment as above. Or, $7.'>00--For the entire comer, 100x183, Fig ueroaand Sixteenth) the cheapest corner on that beautiful avenue. I am the -.-xclusivc agent for all property ad vertised by me. If you wish to buy or sell any real esta c in tMsOity, you may save money by consulting me. RICHARD ALTSCHUL, Real Estate Loans and Commission, 123;., W. Second st. luirisu tf —ESTA RUSH ED 1887- NORTON ft KENNEDY, Real Esttite end Investment Broker?, 134 s. Broadway, Tel. 002. Orange and walnut groves a specialty. Lar.e ranches for subdivision. Gilt edge city property. 12-25 tf _ nO\V ARE THESE FOR SNAP BARGAINS. 6 minutes nearer to First and Main sts. than is Grand aye. and Washington st. All on beautiful Boyle Heights, the best and most healthy residence portiou of this city. Ist—A fine, new 2-story house; hard finished and handsomely decorated house of 8 rooms, With baih and hot and cold water; price only $1800. lost think of only $1800, $1000 less than itcost. 2nd-o*room cottage and bath, renting for ■1.4 a month. I'riee only $1350. 3rd—A eood level lot 80x148, $200. 4th—A good level lot 30x148, $2:>o. Terms on the above to suit buye:. Now is j yi ur chance ol a lifetime. j. w. BROWKINO, N. Main. 24tf SOB SALE—ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A I perfect home at a sacrifice? Hero are two * iwners must sell; going east to reMd •; 8-room, j 2-81 ory colonial house, finished in fancy hard j woods; every oonrOnlcnoe and edinfort h art J could wish; rich in detail; elegant grounds; southwest; price 08060; less titan half ensli, bala co low* into est. A new 8-room 2-s ory honse, modern throughout and beautifully situated southwest j 18-year-old orange nnd j lemon trees; due lawn, content walks, pave- i mt ni and curbs; price 88000J half cash, bal ance on time. These aro genuine snaps. MEEK IN E & SHERWOOD, 118»£ S. Broadway. 29-30-31-3 rrtHE TRACT OF HOMES—OKI DER <fc DOW'3 i. A.lams street tract; 000 60-fOOt residence lots corner ol Adams street and central ave ouej Adams Si eet 88 feet wide, and Twenty eighth street 102 feet wide, both lined with palm trees); Btrests graveled; cement walks and curbs; water pined; 175 lots hold and over 40 houses built iv th i last four mouth?. Rich sandy loam; UO mud; the healthiest portion of the city. Examine this tract now and com pare it with othtr proper)ie* Lots are $300 nnd Up, on easy terms. Special Inducements to those who wiU build at once. Control ave nue double track electric car line runs throng h this tract. 'lake tho Central avenue curs at corner of Second ami Spring str : ets; the ride takesonlj 12 niinutes. Agents at our branch oflice on "the corner of Central avenue and Twenty-ninth street will show the property. HOr view* of the tract, UtOM and all Informa tion, w rite or call on us. Vr-e carriages at all times. GRIDER tit DOW, South Broad way. Telephone 1*99. 3tf RALE— Why don't you try Boyd & Rlgglns for any. thing in tho real estate line. We have lodg ing bouses cheap, oil lot leases, etc. Wo make a specialty oi inside property, call and sco us. BOYD & RIG GINS, 213 W. First street. 30tt A~~~COZY HOME ON"~TWENTY-FOURTH ST. In a splendid neighborhood and in a growing part of tho City; only one block from j the electric car line and the same distance , from the Main-street car line: cottage of live rooms, bath, hot and cold water, porches, gas, I bouse well built and iv good condition, barn, lot 100 feet frontag', tine lawn, 20 Orange [reel heavy wi h fruit, blackberries, straw berries, raspberries, cement walks j ample room for another cottage; $21)00 will buy this property on easy terms. A. H. NEIDIG, 200 South Broadway. 29 fpOB SALE— Finest lot in Bonnie Brae traef, $1000; must be soid atonoe: less dtsirsYble lots In same tract are held at 82000. HUBBARD & LOVE, 27-lf 228 A. Fourth st. 'GARRY A INNES— REAL ESTATE AND LOANS, 3**7 W. Second St. Only s few of many bargains on our list. Income property on spring, near Second; also near Seventh; Bioadway, near Second, 4u>rOOm house on Third. Vacant lots in all parts Of tho city. Country property in this and Vouturi counties. Beautiful property on Fort hill; grand mansion: price, 29 ITMHt KALE—BY W. .1. FISHER 227 W. BEO ond st.—sl-1 a foot, lots, Kohler st., near Beveuth' 016 a foot lots, Merchant st., iuar Seventh; $900, snap, new bouse, 6 rooms, hard-finished Kohl-rat.; 81850, new house, v rooms bath, Kohler st.; $02.50, a.. $10 cash, M years'credit, 0 per c-nt, LO acres; $700, a., 12 acres, near ele -lric cars. Univcrsitv; wanted $4UOO, lOj-j gross, on city property, rents 24 percent. 20tl IP Oit SALE--NEW 5 ~~VND 0-KOOM COT -1 thges On University Electric line; baths, water closets, mantels anil all modern Conve niences; la ge lots; cement sidewalks; prices B>l4Bo to $1700; small cash payments and monthly installments. THOMAS S. EWING, owner, j.io B. Broadway. JjMiR SALE— °" L Two of the cheapest oil lots in the t Ry, with genuine merit. Investigate. W. B. SALISBURY & CO., 23 tf :07 West Fourth st. | U)R SAI E- ELEGANT LOTS ON HOPE ST ~ JT near Fifteenth st,-60x186 feet to 20 foot alley, only $2000; this is a price that cannot be duplicated In this sl/.c lots in that part of thecliy. A. H. NEIDIG 200 S. Broad way. 29 i""oR SALE—BELOW MARKET VALUE, KL -1 uganL lot I -*r» feet Ueep to a2O foot alley on Grand aye.. west side, near Fifteenth st.. adjoining line home now building; nothing nicer in this city. A. 11. NEIDIG, 200 South Broadway. 20 1-«0 R SALE—3 LOTS, ON EASY TE R MS, 1 northeast corner u| Bryant and Vermont aye.*, very choice to build collates on to rent; close toclectrlc cars; price moderate to right ; party. A. KOSTEK. owner, 408|-j S. Spring st. Ivor's ale—a b¥autiful HOME ON COR * MT» with two lOts, house oi 10 rooms and Ini churn; line shrubbery; will seb at a great sacrifice. McKOON & YuAKIM, 234 W. First St. 8 ITtOR SALE HOUSE ON THIRTY-FIRST ST~ between Main and *-<aple: everything mod «rn; price $2200; $;SOo tayh, balance month ly. DENVER BUILDING COM BAN Y. 28 for ■ Ai.sr—Cl rv PUOPLu :y. T>D HARD ALTSt 1H L, Real Ehltt.e Loup* and Commission. 120.. West S eond street. 88160—!Li>»li. X«*olest to alio*; Los An geJes st., retw»en Boyd and Fourth sts.; very i heap s*oiO>—S.E. co-nor Malj and sixteenth U fact,with collage; .002 s Main st. *. 0 Com r eighteenth «Ud Georgia Hell sis.. i.>'x.7-if t With eottHYo and improve , maiits. ■r * irJ/Vofl—C >ntj?Flgiieroaand*STXteenth, IOOx l.iO feat; the best buy on Figueroa a . BOOOtt seven Ie 5,.. ixlus tn bio k hounded by Ninth, Pearl, Flow r aid Tenth sti. $>o a lout. ggr.CO—sox2o4, Grand aye., between Twen ty t tghth and Thirtieth s -. on west shle of st. 81 bOO—Boxl3o on Cpu-ral aye., north of Idvhtnst.; a greet bargain, 8704*—£»exi2 ', lots if* nilßamson tr e% on Glrard aye.; owner will build nice cottages if desired. #95.—BeM lv' on Twent' -seventh it, wcsl of Main. aAJOo—Colyton, ne*t Fifth at t 60x188, close to Arcade depot; term I a snap. 8800—Onloo hvo . near v. asidngtou 5t.,43x 141; beautiful residence location. 81860—Washing! net. near Union avs\ ( I*7 Xl 50; among the 4 '". tl7AO—Corner Washington nnd Union aye.. 47,-'4xl-SO; alo\ely corner. 82850 Brand new 6-room ooloni l notttge, Union aye., near a ay terms. giOO—Votm' nt aye., just inside city limits, 60X160; Installment plan. 82iOO-6 sere, Downey aye, and Mlssi.m roawith sm 11 house; make an o «er. 1)1600—20 sores OO road to Norwalk, mar Santa Fe Springs; nice, leVel bind; make offer. choice s to 12-room restdencei in best loca tion, 80250 t i glB,o 0, Terms to suit. Best 0t» feet on spring st, near Second, with fmpr vementsjf 8ll0,0u0; pays more than 6 per ceni nel, If you wish to sell any good ci ty pr mertf list it with me: if yon wish to buy »ny bar gains; iv choice city property come to sec me. Real es ate bough', and sold, houses rented, rents collected, loans negotiated. Rti'llAHl> ALTSCRtrL, Bn IfV] -j W. geoond St , Brrd.t k Block. f i RIDER <t DO W, VJT CENTRAL AVENUE TRACT Adjoins their or) obreted Brtswalterattd Adam:; Streot tract, and contains 02 Hue building lots fronting ou Central aye, TalrtV-first and Thirty-second (;ts., which are graded and curbed and have eetnent v.alks, shade trOOS planted and water niped; sandy loam soi 1, no mud) wo have put the price so low ami the termsBoOOsy that every lot will a ll within 3 » days; prices $100, 8135, 8150t05225( terms, ■sw down, balance ptO a month, or a liberal discount tor cash; no interest will be.charged on lots told during the next 80 days; once more you have an opportunity to buy resi dence lots 00 a double electric car line, only 12 minutes' rido from the butlnoSci center, al one-half their actual value: take the Central aye. cars, at corner of Spring and Second si-.. toour branch olllce at, the corner Ol I'weutv nlnth St., where ouragents \\ill ittOWthe prop erty; free carriages to the tract, I or maps ..nd prices see G RIDER <t DOW, IOBU S. Broadway. IBif SA LE— 1 LOTSI LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! LOTS) LoTS! AT HIGHLAND PARK. Just outside city on elecirie road: finest lots now on the market; .size of lots from oOx 160 10 1 or more acres, just aa you wish; line balmy climate and the best of si>ring water. These lots will be sold ou long time if de sired Houses built to order. Call and be Shown the best bargains in tho market. W. p. LARKIN & CO., 20lf Owners, 1108. Broadway, Los Angeles. i;oit SALE-$375 WILL BUY A s?0p0 LOT 1 011 Thirty-sixth street, near Main, 50x125; also 20 choice lots on electric line, between ! Los Angeles and I'aaadcua; lot* from 60x16 » I j to 200x800 feet sold On long time: houses built I to order; come aim take a tree trip out add get [ h choice lot! no moooydOWn to those that , build at once. W. P. LARKIN & CO., 1 2otr 110 s. Broadway. j pARLOW A SHERWOOD, Jji 123 8. Broadway. HOUSES ON INSTALLMENTS. $2700 -(;-rt>om cottage near Pearl and Pico. ! §1700—5-room cottage W. 12th st. j #2000—0-room cottage on Electric line, S. W. #2400-5-room OOttagC Wintleldet. And many others, 13-tf l 7°" R SALE-#)000 (#3OOO CASH) WILL BUY 1 large 9-room, two story fine house, all modern, on Corner lot, 100x118 feet; this place is southwest on electric line will soon be worth 110.000. Also a number of other goo houses, south west, from #1000 up. W. P. LARKIN & CO., 20tf 110 S. Broadway. p&R SALE^ 110 line bargains in houses, from $<;(>(> to $20UO; some liia: must I a sol.t and will go Xt bargains. W. P. I..HKIX .t CO., •jtitf 110 h. Broadway. ]-<OK SAI.E-FINEST LOTS IN BONNIB 1 ilrac from *1 xno to lot on Tux'nty first near FiffueroAj Mtf&l Jot on Woo near Union. $650j lota on vofnon ami Albany bi low i'ieo. fOSU. MtKMiillTai CLAY, -JDJ S. Itroauway. t^OB BAUC-91780, $lono BELOW VAt.UK, full two-story, 7-roont, hard-linished houso andsi'iondi.i lot, Brooklyn lieigins; tni. wtii bear investigation. \v. B. BAUBBDSY & CO., w~ W. Fourth st. 18tf SAI.K—WEST HALF OF LOTS 4 AND 0, J. 1 block *J!t, Hancock's lurveT, Bfi acres, near oii wells in the N W. quartox ol the city. Ap ply to C. M. BXXPB4iNS| room uu, I'emiio block. latf f?OR BALK—HOBB BS ON "EASY PAYIIK N TBj »cc .lohnsoii Koenoy Co. before r urchas ing a home; we have sevora: beautiful new places very cheap; monthly piivnionls. JOHN SON A KBKNBY co.. luj s. Broadway, lil-sitf 1 ; OK BAI.K-O.NE KINK LOT IN FAlH mount tract for if 1000, worm spi-ion. W. P. LABKIN CO., 20tf 110 8. llroadway. OF TIIK BEST HOI'SKS ou FigLicioa street, a large corner lot with nice Khrubberv, lawn, and good barn. McKOON .k YOAKUM, SM \Y, First street. I 1.-OK BALE—ONE OF THE FINEST $'2000 I J lots in Honnle llrae forir'KiOO; mual be sold i atonce. HCBUAKI) * LOVK, BiiB w. Foutb. 1-21 tf i LMlIt SA I K. IJT Lots at University, between fwo ear lines, liOOeaOn. BMITH O'BRIEN, . 2U 1 17 s. liniiulway. FOX •■ •• !,!■: -ii iscr.i.i. . i■ . v ■.. FOR SAI.E VVATEIt. Ihero is a large amount of water that can bo developed and so d to tiie people ot Los An geles. II you are interesl jd in waler and havo cash it will pay you lo investigate this. SMITH o'llltlEN, 12*27 tf 147 H. llroadway. T.-.OR BALE-OItKX (.HANOK, U)o7l00 OI.IV X jT trees, choice and clean; this is my own slock, propaga.'-d at Pomona; will take some good land or Ui. Angeles city lots. L. U isKWfcllF, 920 s. Spring sl., c,to\vall block, ] rooms 19 and 20. F"\o R HALE —A N "ELKO ANT NEW UPRIGHT planOj will take board nii.l room iv part exchange. Address J, llox 80, this olllce. 20tf i 110R SAI.K-FL'KNITUIIK ANll I.KillT Tor -1 buggy; cheap. MB W. Sucond st. HB-Jl J _ S»K SALE - 10U.0 ti OLD . POSTAGE ■ Itampa. cheap. T , box '2H, this oilice. iSoit S a lb-OLD papers in quantities a l , this oilice. l <IR HALI-LIVB STOCK. CH ANll X, W KLL-11KOK * en farm, business and surrey hortft-'s, at the Wettmlnitor atablea, Lioana 112 E. Fourth st. Uuaranleeil as represented. 1-13 TJIOB SAI.K A NH EXCHANGE —FINE BINGLfi P and double drivers, buggies and harness, ft F, BACON, rear ftOS S. llroadway. u-;i t( Tj-RKD HYNl.lt HAS ORNAMENTAL AND C deciduous fruit tre s, large variety; 212 VV. Fourlli street, t alt or write. I'LU Ml> I Its. ; / N ITA II V * IM.UMUINO A C». special,y. Estiuiates giveu, aOO East Fourth St., two doors east of i.os Angeles sl. 1/IKANK A. YVKINSHA.NK. PI UMBER AND _T swatter, 3«0 E. Second »t. TeLlau. HTuV:< nrai'..ilt«!lt». C~HICAOO REPAIRING CO.. jAS. i 15:1 \v. Fifth sireci. Repair, made for any .love in the b. s. Patterns made 10 order. 1:> >> ASOI.INE STOVES CLKANKDj REPAIiTeS VT Tel. IPOS. BI.ACUMAN. 4u:t S. Spring-l. UMUIUM tlinrs ..mi VSiOKT*MI.WB. M" " MARK ET - SPECIA 1.T1i..-': IV.A s, coffees, splee.i and olives. LUDWIM «t wi\t;N r. H, tele phone :,') ':. KM 11. KSTATK. SABICIII, RE AI ND inaarai-ce agents; money loaned at six tßjper West Third street, 12-7 tf Foil-ALB-UOUNTKY PROPIERTT, IjVlmTr~&"^^ 1 ()UNKR« OF THIS TiERRA HON ITA COL ON il>". intra opened uu office at No. 130 South Rrnfldwnv. The resident partner, Mr. E. C. Chopin, will be glad to see any ot tho eastern friend! When In Loi Angeles, and will makeall airangeiuei.it to take parties up to the Colo nies. Mo c than 100 families in and near Chi cago nre p irchaMfS. _ ot'f; ADVANTAGES IK A NUTSHELL: 3000 feet ('., mile; above sea level. 1000 feet higher than any other fruit-raising locnt on. 2(joi> feet higher than 00 per cent of them. Timbered inounta ns -o wind wart. Absolute freedom from fog a-ul dew. Perfect fortification against insect pests. Solid—l3oo acres of orcharding. T lie handsomest trees In the state. First prize for fruit at Chicago world's fair. sales of urohards only to the best ppople. I' anting- every acre sVhi. The healthiest point in California, Lands planted and implanted for sale. We dee Ire the closest investigation of our or chard*. 29 J/OU SALE -10 ACRES IN THE BLUE RIB -1 boh orange belt at Duarte: between 6 and 1 acres let out to best varietie* of oranges; ntote than two-thirds full bearing; 0 shares in the best wcter right In Southern California; small hOUte; one of the best sites for a home in tn ) Ban Gabriel valley ; magnificent view; Just (ha righl elevation; moderate price; terras ti v. Address OTUEMAN STEVENS, this of ttc . 11 6tf tpORSALE— 0 per acre, 320 acres first class alfalfa Und, ttlO per acre, 100 notes alfalfa, close In. VIOO per acre, 40, BO and tio acre blocks at City limns; terms easy. W. P. LARKIN &, CO.. 110 S. Broaway SOtl Headquarters for Chicago Buyers. pOMI'L I.SORV SALE ot LAND TO CLOBI V.' out an estate; 320 acres of grazing and farming land In Tulare county, cal., io miles north tasl ol Vlsalia, I mile distant from Ka- Mreah station, on. Southern I'acitlc railroad. Anplv at once to JOS. MESMER, administra tor, Los Angeles. Cal. '2 17 17' OR SALE -IN THE CAHORNOA FROST- J. 1 less belt on tool Dills; good view of the ocean; 5 acres to fruit; house 4 rooms; near dummy car-line. AUoil acres, B-room cottage, in same locahtv, mostly navel oranges; a nice home. A. H. Nt.lDKi, 200 S. Broadway. 2* 0 » A OItAND BWU.AIN; 10> a ACRES H>»I»)IHI ono mile north of Glendale, all cholca land; B acres iv best varieties of full bearing orango trees, 2 acres in bearing wal nuts; 9-room houso and other buildings. M. D. lOHNSON 213 W. First st. Stf 17»6r SALE --12 FRFIT RANCHES. GOOD 1. bargains, from 10 acres up to 000, close In; B choice orange groves, in (till bearing, on easy terms. W. P. LARKIN at CO., SOU 110 S. Broadway. s.-oii Hale- mi acres good fruit land J." 1 ot) west side of Ontario, at a bargain; cash and Ifme; v good nuance to make money by subdividing] pricesoooo, edwabd eraser, sole agent, ,10 s. Broadway, Los Angeles. 11 J.M)R SALE-THIS IS A BNAPj 5W ACtttS,' 1 with Improvemantl, on electric line, only #1050: 8560 oash, balsnoe long time, gos- DJ:R, SMI Hi A- CANNON, 421-2 Stimson block. 31 TJMSR BALE - FRUIT AND FARMING LANDS 1 In small tracts on very easy terms to set tlers. Ono year's advance interest the only tash payment required. POJNDEXTER a WADSWORTH, 305 W. Socond. 2-1 |7*iOH SAL E- IN BIVI RSI Dl 3 COUNTY JT cheap homes: superior fruit laud ; watered, by Lake Efem t Water Co., tho largest water system in Southern California. Call HE-MET LAND Co , Baker block, L. A. I runt SALE— 1 6- ACKE i' E ACH ORCHARD _ for sale: trees ti years old; enclosed in good fence with rabbit netting; price, $1100 cash. Write J. .MAN N BRB, San Jacinto, Cal. 27-e-o-d l?0\l BALE -FULL BEAIUNG SOFT SHELL JT walnut orchards in 5, 10, 20 and 100 a ra tracts; fine Income property. H. KROEGER, near Santa Ec depot, Anaheim. I7IOR BALK AT A GREAT BARGAIN, 3 1 sections ol good land in Kern county. In quire at 413 8, Spring st. 2d MBUIOMI* Yifs I yon doubt, conic and bi convinced, by Prof. Let", tho slate-writ ing medium; messages given from your loved ones writ ton on slates cleaned by yourself nnd held in your own hands; tea led messages answered while in a dead trance ; a medium by tho gift of God. PROF. LEE, SiUJI S. Broadway, parlors \t &. 18. 2-20 \ I RS. PARKER, LIFE-READING CLAIR .I v VOysnt; consultations on business, inlu eral locations, law suits; removes disease, love, marriage, etc. Take University electric car to Forrester avenue and Hoover streot, go west on Forrester avenue three blocks to Vine street, second house on Vino street, west of Vermont avenue. AGNES PERCY, MKDIUM. HAS REMOVED to 108 E. Fifth, near Main. Gives read ings, $1; also reads cards clairvoyantly, 50C. Circles Tuesday and Friday, 2:30 p.m. Ad mission, 10 cents. Ladies only. IMiEN CM LADY, HEALING MEDIUM, I I treats all diseases; consultation free; life reading. Parlor?, No. Bos|sj S. Spring St. MRS. HOPKINS - MITCHELL, BUSINESS and test medium, has resumed business at 700 K. Fifth st.; call and see hei. PATKNTH. COPTKIOHTfI, ETC, tries obtained, bougut and sold. Trade iiiarks, copyrights, etc., by S. .1. DAY *fc CO., patent attorneys, rooms 232-233 Bradbury building, Los Angeles. Established 1849. A/.ARD & TOWNSEND, 9 DOWNEY block. Tel. 347. Los Angeles. nTgHT BROS., PATENT LAWYERS AND solicitors, 308 Stiinsou block. Est 1843. NOTICE OF KALE OF PROPERTY DELINQUENT FOR THE NON-PAYMENT of Assessment lot improving Hiuton ave nue. Notice is hereby given that default having been made in the payment of the semi-annual interest and one-tenth oi the principal on the hereinafter described bond, being improve ment bond, series 1, issued for tho improving of Hiuton avenue, between I'carl street and Beaudry street, in the city ef Lob Angeles, state of California, and the Santa Cruz Liino com pany of Los Angeles, the holder oT the bond having demanded that the city treasurer pro ceed to advertise and sell the lot and parcel described in said bond, and upon which piece of property said bond is a Ben, Now, therefore, I, W. A. llartwell, city treas urer in and for the city of Los Angeles, Bta eof California, hereby give notice that by virtue of the authority vested in mo by law, unless said hereinafter described boud, together with the interest, cost and penalties is paid on or before February 20, 1486, ut 10 o'clock a. ra., 1 will on that day and time offer for sale at public auction ai the easterly door of the county court house, in tho city of Los Angeles, the hereinafter described lot and parcel of land upon which said bond is a lien, and that 1 win sell the smallest quantity of said lot and parcei of lanrt that will be taken by any person for i he amount of the principal, interest, costs and penalties remaining due and unpaid upon said bond. Tho following is a description of the bond, giving its number as well as the assessment number, for which it is issued, and a descrip tion of the property upon which it is a lien, the description being giveu by lot, block and tract, all being in <he city of Los Angeles, and tho amount set after tho lot or tract is tho amount of the principal of said bond. »utdfi3»\ scri ' s i Lot [ j 3 4 1 80 Vict'r Heigh's!sl 10.17 There is also interest due upon said amount attherateof7 per cent, per annum, which w ill Ijo added to said amount, together with the costs and penalties allowed by law; and the total amount of principal, interests, costs and penalties wiL be the total amount for which the propetty will bo Bold. 1 will continue such sale from day to day until auch property hereinbefore se t fotth, or bo much thereof as may bo necessary, shall have been sold. \V. A. HARTWELL. City Treasurer of the City of Los Angeles Hated Los Angeles, California, January 29, 1805 28-4, 18, 19 United States Marshal's Sale. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, SOUTH ern district of California, ss. By virtue Ol a writ of venditioni exponas, to me directed and delivered, issued from the district court of the United States for the Southern district of California, on the loth day of January, 18IB>, at the suit of the Unltid Stales of America against one hundred and fuity (140) live (6J tael cans of opium, 1 am commanded tOSOU the above described prop erty, in accordance with a decree of said court made and pronounced on the 20th day of De cember. 189-1, 1 hereby give public notice that on Monday, tne ilth day of February, 1886, at M o'clock's. m* of said day, in front of tho door to the entrance on the north side of tho United Stated government building (United States postolttce building*, corner of South Main und E.ait Winston streets, iv the city of Los Angeles, I will sell the above described property (140 live laelcausof opium) at pub lieauction f3 'he highest bidder for cash, pay blo at tli , t-i; je of sale. N. A. COVARRUBIAB, 2-11 United states Marshal.