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| THE HERALD 1
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SPECIAL NOTICES*
Xj 312 South Main at.
Fine SHk Bed Lounges for $13; sfoot Show
Cue for $7; Portable Forge for $15; Milk Shake
far $«; Good Victor Ordinary Bicycle, $7;
Willow Honkers for $173; good new Cane Seat
gurte Bookers for $1.25; child's W W Folding
sd and Mattresa, $4; new Window Shades,
■Bring rollers, for 25c. Everything goescheap
|« cash. at LEWIS & ALDEReON'S.
ij^TICE—THELOS ANGBLES CITY WATER
company will strictly enforoe the follow
ing rules; The hours for sprinkling are be
tween 0 atnd 8 o'clock a.m. and 6 aud 8 o'clock
6m. For a violation of the above regulation
c water will be shut oft and a fine of $2 will
i charged before the water, will be turned on
HB SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
Loan and Trust company are enclosed in a
(re-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks and brilliantly lighted with electricity;
alcoves attached for the private examination
ef valuables, with writing material!; a roung
lady In attendance.
}" TOR BALB—THE ''thLKS TRACT;' LOTS IN
1 this beautiful tract are now for sale at
prices ranging trom $900 upwards; these lots
are sold only to parties who will build good
houses. POINDEXTER & YrADSWOBTH, 303
W. Second st. . '
FJBHIN'S FKMALE PIELS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine ior immediate relief
for palnrnl aad irregular menses—from what
ever cause. For sale by GEO. H. FREEMAN
CO., ioYV. Bprlng st Price, $2 per box.
OR" BJHIT—tO DAIRYMEN, 80-ACRE
ranch, on account of sickness; 40 acres in
alfalfa, 10 10 paevare and about 30 in barley,
LEBREN, west sad Jefferson st., Los Angeles.
MACHINERY, DIES AND TOOLS MADE
and repaired. 1. yon SERKEY, 216 S. Lot
Angeles st. Tel. 881. ■
IF YOU HAVE AttPtfSft TO RENT BRING
it to me. 8. P. CRESSINGER, 237 W. First
street. lmo3-3
MADIGAN FIGURES CLOSE ON ALL
• cement workt see me, 409 San Pedro st
f7bwpe"b7¥oub]!i mover76ffice 12
. Center place.
LOST AND FOUND.
2pvrfl*RliwA^^
JpZOU be paid by The Herald Pdblishinh
Company for the recovery of the San Pedro
Harbor Memorial rolls and the arrest and con
vlction ol the person or persons who stole
them from The Herald business office in the
Bradbury block, between the hours of t> and
7:45 o'clock Tuesday evening, Januaiy 29,
1895.
E STRAY—CAME TO MY PLACE, 420 LA
fayette street, a small gray mare. Owner
can have same by proving property and pay
ing charges. 8
OUND—SAM CLIPS HORSES AT YOUR
own price. North Broadway.
SPECIALIST'S.
for ladles and gentlemen; specialist in I
eamplexion department; electrolytic removal
ef superfluous hair. 2u6-7-o Stimson block;
tel. 1256.
DANDRUFF PERMANENTLY CURED; Ex
amination free; also chiropody, manicur
ing, shampooing, etc. VACY STEER, I->.. 8.
Broadway.
R. R. G. COLLINS, OPTH ALMIC OPTICIAN,
with the L, A. Optical Institute; eyes ex
amined free. 125 S, Spring st.
107 FirRYAN7~EYE, EAR, NOSeTSd
throat, etc., removed to 202. Stimson blk.
CHIROPODISTS.
S"^~aTT.ANON—I SURGEON CEOROPODISI ;
• pedicuring for ladies and gentlemen; 20U
Stlmson block, corner Third aud Spring; Sun
day hours, 10 to 4.
RS. lT J. _ KENNEDY', MANICURE AN li
chiropodist; moles and hair removed by
electric needle. Cb-ocker bl'k, 212 a Broadway.
M~ Tss~c7sTa¥fEß, CHIROPODIST; LADIES'
masseuse. 211 W. First St., opp. Natieuu.
r. b. zXchXu, surgeon cairTjpodist.
124 S. Main St.. rooms 4 and 5.
PaIINI'S. COPYKICiHTtH.^BI^U^^
PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS IN ALL COUN
tries obtained, bought and sold. Trade
marks, copyrights, etc., by S. J. DAY it CO.,
patent attorneys, rooms 232-23:5 Bradbury
building, Los Angeles. Established 184,9.
AZARD A TOWNBENIX 9 DOWNEY
block. Tel. 347. Los Angeles.
KNIGHT BROS., PATENT LAWYERS AND
solicitors. 30S Stimson block. Est 184.3.
PKMSKAKIMI.
AT ACAlT
emy ladies are taught to become compe
tent cutters and Utters, and prepared to do
first-class work. Patterns cut to order. 703)4
fl. Broadway.
ADIES THAT LIKE TO WEAR FIRST-CLASS
fitting dresses call at 124 S. Main st.
Dresses made from $4 up. MRS. BTOLTEN
BERG-WuI.TEK. ,
STOVK KBPAIKBRH.
153 W. Fifth street. Repairs made for any
stove in the U. JJ. Patterns made to order. 15
ASOLINE~STWESCLEANED, REPAIRED.
Tel. 1008. BLACKMAN, 403 K. b'pring Bt.
M KKKHC MAIIM OOOUB.
AUL KOYNB—MANUFACTURER PIPES
and canes, German sport pipes, German
cigar and cigarette holders in meerschaum
aud wetzel wood. Meerschaum goods re
paired, 286 South Broadway.
stocks 1 , bonds and ages.
mining
brokers, represent leading properties: gold,
silver, copper, lead, eto.; examinations made
and reports furnished by the most competent
and responsible California experts; correspon
dence solicited; information promptly fur
nished. Ofllce. 328 8. Broadway. 12 d2H_
AWjr^jcx^idta.
MOTT JTBAB.
coffees, sDices and oUves. LUDWIG *
WaGNER, telephone 6»<X
xO«ACee»I»T. ~ "
O smokes for Sc. .fold eTerywh«e, F. X
HBtLP WANTED -M MI.
I"? wTMID~A"ca]
li, EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
126 W. First Street.
(Tel 1084.1
Orders telephone.l or telegraphed at
ourexpomo. *
We aro the oldest established agency In
Southern California, and our long experience
1 imbles us to select such help as our patrons
call for.
We furnish fill classes of help free of charge,
and can supply you on short, notice. Give us
your iMtier and yon will net be disappointed in
quality oi helper promptness.
2-6-tf » B._W. REID A CO.
A" MAN IN EVERY SECTION
staple goods to dealers: experience un
necessary; best 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.
Al' ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP, ~FREE
VV employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880.
Office, 411 S. Lo* Angeles st.; residence, 451 8.
Hope st, corner Fifth, Los Augeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113.
■\VANTED - A PHOTOGRA-
Vr phcr with $250 to travel in old Mexico:
can make big money. Address X, box 30, this
office. 8-10_
WANTED— EXPERIENCED SHOEMAKERS;
good pay; stoadv work. J. W. ESTE6 &
CO., 115 S. Fair Oaks aye., Pasadena, Cal. 7
PETTY, HUMMEIT A- "ca, WEST
Second st, Tel. 509. The best employment
office in every way in .--"lUlu m California.
SITUAIIONB WANTED—MALE.
firterrinp prrson* tfesfrrao rmploymfnt will be
allowed to insrrt thrrr '{ml, MSUwr thia heading,
two times free 0/ ehurae.
TTITANTED- K. BE RXY MAN "WANTS POsT
TT tion to drive delivery wagon, keep ac
counts and make himself generally useful.
Address s, box 40, tiiis olllce. 10
POSITION BY A TIIOROUGH
VV ly experienced barkeeper, In hotel or
first class saloon; easrern man; line mixer.
Address T.ox, this office 10
Y\" ANTED—siTOATION~BY STUDENT TO
Vt clean doctor's office, collect bills, post up
books, sleep in office, for meals. Address E..
box 30, this office, 9
TJ|TANTED— POSITION BY A YOUNG MAN
TT where he can make expenses while at
tending night school. Address C, box 40, this
office. 8
POSITION; WILLING TO
TT work at anything, by young man with
good references." Address A., box 40, this
office. 8
XtTANTFI*)—WORK OF^ANY - KIND BY A
TT man and wife. Please call at 457 Du
communst. MRS. E. T. WHELLING. 8
"tr/ANTED—SITUATION BY _ FIRST-CLASS
Tt barkeeper. Address 11, box 30, this office
10
CI OOiTenGINFEU WANTS A POSITION IN
Tor out of city; reference. Address H. P. 8.,
257 Newton aye. 8
OF ANY KIND, RANCH
VV work or porter work. Can give refer
ences. Address 11, Box 50 this office. 8
TTITANTED, SITUATION-BY '"a~
TT ageu man on private place-work of any
kind. Address X., box 60, this office. 8
YOUNG MARRIED MAN
Vt must have work; will work for board. Ad
dress T., box 60, this office. 8
TIT ANTED —SITU ATIO N AS PORTER OR
t T night watchman. F. C. GRAHAM, 421
Center st- city. jB
SITUATIONS WANXED-FISMALE.
Deterring persons desiring employment will be
allowed to insert three lines for two insertions,
under this heading, free of charge.
:^anted^a'y~^"rV"^~T^
Vt washing, plain sewing, etc. MRS. JOHN
SON, 627 W. seventh St., up stairs. 8
ANTED—SITUATION, BY WIDOW LADY,
as chambermaid cook or housekeeper,
best references. Call at 641 S. Main st. 8
~D RE SSM AX ER~ OF SAN
Francisco wishes engagement by the day
orathome. 634'g s. Grand aye. 10
WANTED—REAL ESTATE.
•WTE HAVE
Vt room cottage in Los Angeles; must be
close in and cheap. WALLACE it DOUGHTY,
Pasadena, CaL 10
cTmILLER. 237 W. FIRST ST., FINAN
• cial and real estate broker; large proper
tjes and investments a specialty. 2-15
WANTED—AGENTS.
\\7 ANTED - AGENTS. SOLICITORS AND
VV canvassers to send sc. in stamps for The
Agents Guide, monthly; 50c a year. Address
THE AGENTS GUIDE, box 424, Los Angeles,
Cal. 8 .
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
PRIVATE
family where they will take interest 1
and be strict, board for boy 12 years of age,
nesr public school. Call or address 357!-,' t
North Main street. 9
TTTA"n TED—PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT THEY
TT can buy deciduous fruit trees, true to la
bel, dirt cheap for cash, from HANSEN it ,
HONAKER, Centinela P. 0., Inglewood. 10
T»7ANTF.n---POG~~Td
" must be good for about ten tramps every
24 hours. Apply Friday afternoon, February
Bth, at 651 S. Broadway 8
\\ T ANTED _ HOUGESTO BUILD BY ROBT.
TT D. COATES, building contractor, 264 S.
Broadway, l.os Angeles, Cal.
BUSINESS FBKSONALR.
TJER SO N A V E R s"oT
1 ed coffee from our giant coffee roaster, Java
and Mocha, 35c lb; 5 lbs good Japan tea, $1;
10 lbs com meal, 15c; 6 lbs tapioca, 25c; 6 lbs
buckwheat, 25c; 10 lbs raisins, 25c; 5 lbs ligs,
2oc; 6 lbs apricots, 25c; 8 lbs Deans, 25c; can
brawn, 10c; deviled ham, sc; 3 cans oysters,
25c: 50 bars old mission soap, $1; 'i pkts
breakfast wafers, 15c; 50-lb sack flour, 70c;
bacon, 10c: pork, ECONOMIC STORES,
305 S. Spring st.
IJERSONAL — RALPH BROS.—GOLD BAR
flour. 90c; city flour, 75c; granulated sugar,
21 lbs $1: brown sugar, 23 lbs $1; 7 lbs rolled
wheat or oats, 25c; sardines, 5 boxes 25c;
tomatoes, 2 can 15c; 7 bars Gorman family
soap, 25c; 5 gallons oil, 60c; gasoline, 65c; 4
packages starch, 2:"c; lard, 10-lb can, 75c; 5
lbs, 40c. 601 H. spring street, corner Sixth.
CI I! ABE'S MARKET~ 61 B~s7sPrYnG— 5 LBS
J bollins beef. 25c; 2 lbs round steak, 15c;
rib steak, oc; sirloin, tendertoinor porterhouse
steak, 12}.jc; stewing mutton, 30; h-g of mut
ton, 8c; rib or shoulder chops, 2 lbs 15c.
Everything else in proportion. CHASE'S
MARKET, 618 S. Spring
PERSONAL - PaTmISTRY; Onl HAND
1 read free; every nidden mystery revealed;
life read from cradle to grave without a mls
take; 1 till Bp, m. llljj w. Third st.
pERSONA ITXECTRO THERAPEUTIC
A baths; electric treatment scientifically
f..^, D; „ m ." BneUc an<l massage electricity. 25c.
——— Ku j BI NB, 421 S. Main St.
T7-ESMIT-NEW BOOK ON PALMISTRY.
XV Iree reading given to every purchaser.
st„ opposite the Hollenbeck.
M ME. LECROQ. FRENCH DRESSMAKEIL
cor. Second and .Main, next tocaihedral
DEMISTS.
DR.
latest appliances for doing den<al work at
lowest prices; gold crown and brluge work :
Irregular teeth regulated; wear gold-lined '
plates; are cheapest and best; lady assistant. I
1882— Estaluishetf—lBB'aT - '
DR. L. W. WELLS; EXTRACTION PAlN
less; gold crowns, brldgework and teeth
without plates a specialty. Cor. Spring it First
sts., Wilson block. Telephone 1366.
DAMS BROS ~'~~IiE NTAL FARLORB. 238%
8. Spring st.: painless extracting and fill
ing; plates, $6, $8, $10; all work guaranteed;
esiab. 10 yrs. Hours 8-5, Sundays 10-12.
\\T M. D., dTd. S., HAS RE
TT • moved to 245 S. Spring St.; special at
tention given to loosening teeth and'to dis
eases of the gums; moderate prices.
jp B. KRIECHBAUM, DENTIST, 218 8.
"OT* Broadway, entrance through Westervelt's
studio. Office hours, 8:30 to 12 and 1 to 5.
UD^iG~6EItfLER~D."b. — sTj DENTAIToF
fIce, room 1, 114 S. Spring st; office hours,
9 to 12 and 1:30 to 6.
DENTAL PARLORS— OERMAN-
Amerlean Bank building. A set of teeth
$6. Best B.S. white teeth, $10 per set.
rTwixdlr;
Corner Seventh and Main sts.
Telephone 1034.
R7KENNEDY, DENTIST, 108!* N. SPRING
St., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Painless extraction.
IfRANK STEVENS. 8. SPRING~ST7
Open Sundays and evenings; electric light,
FR. DENTIST; CALIFOR
a nia Bank building. L
ARCHITECTS.
T?ISEN A HUNT,
aW -Uf«limsoa Suildlng, Telephone 261 I
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FBJDAT MTJimrms, jEBiviTABr »,
OPPORTt'NITI lit.
S6'i7fi — GOOD OPENING; A NICE CORNER
np. > t .1 store, dealing in butter, eggs, cheese,
milk, cream, etc.; fine place lor a delicacy
store in connection; receipts $14 a day and
up; selling on account of sickness. Apply to
BEN WHITE, 2*l W. First Bt 31 tf
RANT — FIRST-CLASS LOCATION,
IV must be sold at once, part cash; price in
full only $220, worth $400, but must be sold.
Apply at 215H W. First St., or to BEN WHITE,
221 W. First st Don't miss this bargain. ltf
Tt/FitAVB **MOk¥"iN VKSTM KNTB IN BA
-1 v loons snd business chances than any Arm
in tho city. We respectfully invite all inves
tors. Special attention given to sale of real
estate. LINDENFELD it KOENIU, 232 W.
First street 11
GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR LIVE DRUG~
gist to obtain a splendid drugstore at less
than invoice prlce.on account of poor health of
owner; paying now. Address F, box 30, this
office. 10
iftORA—RARE CHANCE; PARTNER \VANt'
•Jr.).)!" ed to assist in store, etc.. in well
established commission business, dealing in
goultry, produce, etc.; an exceptional chance,
cc BiN WHITE, 221 W. First st 31t!
v>or~sale"restTurant; FURNITURE
f all new, seating 24 persons. Will Invoice
abont $300. Come and make an offer. 420 N.
Main at. 13
OR SALE, $3000-A LEGITIMATE BUSl
ness paying large profits, and a salary of
$150 per month. Inquire A. A. IRISH it CO.,
236H S. Spring st. ia
ISOR GROCERY STORE: SPLEN
dId show for a good man with a little capi
tal to buy me out; cal. CASH GROCER, Fifth
st. and Maple aye. 17 tt
ANTED—PARTNER WITH $160 TO GO
on the road; a picnic for some one; en
quire, I. B. BLAIR, 300 Aliso St., between 12
to 2 p. tn. 8
ti>oß SALE —ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS;
Collection and Purchasing agency. Estab
lished 1880. E. NITTINGER, 411 B. Los An
geles st 2-9
RESTAURANT—A PARTNER IS
nTli»/ wanted to attend cash counter, etc.;
owner is good cook; see BEN WHITE, 221 w.
First st. 31 tf
I HAVE A LARGE NUMBER OF BUSINESS
opportunities at good bargains. Call and
see fa. CRESSINGEjv, 237 W. First at. im3-3
lODGINGI ODGING - IT6IIBE - ON HILL sf! OF~~I7
.J rooms; nicely furnished; long lease; price
$1100, See BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 31tf
F~OR SALE-NICE LIST OF HOTELS AND
lodging houses; prices range from $300
upward. 8. P. CRESSINGER, 237 W. First st.3-3
I" F YOU WISH~TO DISPOSE OF YOUR Bllil
ness without delay for cash, always go to
1. D. BARNARD, 1175,6. Broadway. 9
WOOD AND~FEED BUST
ness; receipts $30 a day. BEN
WHITE, 221 W. First st. 31tf _
rOU BENT-HOUSES.
' all parts of the city. & P. CRESSINGER,
237 W. First st. 3-3
oTTrENT—6-ROOM COTTAGE COMPLETE-
Iy furnlßhed. 135 S. Olive street 3tf
FOR RENT—ROOMS.
Xj board, beautiful scenery, rooms large,
grounds are beautiful,lawn, near two car lines.
No. 849 S. Hope street. 10
I^OR^RMfT— MCE LIST OF""FCRNISHEb
" houses in all of the City. S. P. CRES
SINGER, 237 W. First si. " 3-3
T~HE DENVER, 133 N. MAIN ST.: FINE
furnished rooms, $1.50 per week and up;
center of city.
FOR RENT—TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. 716 S. Spring st. 8
SUN NY, ROOM 6 EN-SUITE.
US S. Olive st, up stairs. 9
/~1 RAND PACIFIC, 423~SOUTH SPRING ST.,
\JT fine large rooms ; $3 per week and up.
OR RENT—SEVERAL FURNISHE~d"ROOMS
for housekeeping. 820 S. Hill st. 9
FINANCIAL.
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY,
(INCORPORATED.)
Loans money tn any amount on all
kinds of collateral* securities, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, mer
chandise, etc. Also on pianos, Iron
and steel sales, without removal.
Partial payments received. Money
quick. Business confidential. Pri
vate office for ladles.
W. E. DeGROOT, Manaser.
Rooms 2. 3 and 4,114 S. Spring st. t
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc.; also on
pianos, merchandise, iron and steel safes, fur
niture in lodging houses, boarding houses and
hotels without removal; also on city and
country property; low interest; can have "
money at once; business confidential: private
office for ladles GEO. S. ROBINSON, 233 W. -
First St., rooms 2 and 3.
150INDEXTER it WADSWORTH, BROKERS,
30' W. Second st, buy and sell mortgages, T
stocks, bonds and any good securities; If you *
wish to lend or borrow or invest in real estate c
call on us; collections made and property
managed for non-residents. 2etf 6
ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
any good collateral; business strictly 1
confidential; loans ncgotiattd on city and
country property. W. E. DEMING, 211 W. -
First St., room 15.
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEW- i
elry watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock J
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal l
aud collateral security, LEE BROS. I
402 S. Spring st 1
TO LOAN—S6O,OOO ON REAL ESTATE
security, and low rates of interest, city or
country. Come and see us. FRASER it JEN
KINS, 132 S. Broadway. 11-25 t-f
(5 LOAN - UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR !
small loans; no commissions; light expense.
SECURITY LOAN it TRUST CO., 22.! 3, Spring, j
ONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE AND SMALL •
amouuts; long or short time. S. P. CRES- ,
SINGER, 237 W. First St. 3-3 )
it OO fIfYA TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY, :
55ZZ.UUU from $2000 up. W. P. LARKIN,
110 S. 7 Broadway. 20tf
T^O - IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
reasonable rates. WM. F. BOSBYSIIELL, j
116 S. Broadwaj-. tf j
TO LOAN-MONEY ON _ PEFtSONAL SECtt
rlty, JOHN L. PAFKOVICH, 220 West
First. 28 tf
"VfONEY TO LOAN—SMITH & O'BRIEN,
I>l 147 S. Broadway. 2-6tf
TOLOA N-$iOOT6 $100,000; 5U to 8 NET.
220 W. First St. 8-5 If
ONEY - 'TO - LOAN - IN SUMS TO SUIT?
229 W. First St.
TO LOAN —MONEY ON PERSONAL NOTES.
220 W. First st. 28 tf
PHOTOGRAPH PARLORS,
B?^^iE72TT'w : EST r
• geies. Cal.: views made to order guaran
teed. Largest assortment 8. California views.
"pHOTOS,~AN V SIZE, $I7"pLAZAGALLERY.
I-tOUR TINTYPES, NICEST FINISH. 25c;
cabinets, $1 doz; at the teut, Upper Main st
■XOTJKBIONS.
URLII?GTON~T«^
sonally conducted, leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday via Southern Pacific, 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 agentor write to T. H.
DUZAN, 222 s. Spring st., Los Angeles, CaL
I ii DM) N'SPOPC LA REXCU RSI O NS-B V E R V
f j Monday over the Rio Grande Western and
Denver and Rio Grande railways; scenic route;
personally conducted; nowly upholstered
cars through to Chicago, New York and Bos
ton. Finest equipment, best service, quick
time._Ofllcc, 212 S. Spring st.
O HILLII'S' PERSON ALLY
A cursions, via the Rio Grande and Rock
Island routes; leave Los Angeles every Tues
day, cross the Sierra Nevadas, and pass the
entire Rio Grande Bcenery by dayliglu. Also
■ 7!mJ\"-^ a^' D route ' ev «»y Thursday.
office, 138 Spring st.
' PHYSICIANS.
LIT M, E. RAYMOND M.D..'ITdY^HYBI
-cian; diseases of women and chlldred a
specialty. Office and residence, 2511 s. Main
st., Los Angeles; telephone 182 west; office
hours 3 to 5 p.m.
WISE, m7d., OFFICE 225 S.
Spring st.; office hours from 8 to 10 a. m.
and 1 to sp. m.; diseases of women a special
ty; graduate of Jefferson medical college
Philadelphia.
rs. dr.~j7h7 smith," BPeciaT.ty7mTdT
wlfery. Ladies cared ior during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue aye. Calls promptly at
tended to. Telephone 1119.
HOKSK Hi,(U.K.
iCrO FOOT, NO HORSE-HORSES SHOD" AX>
cording to nature and agreeable to art.
Shoes made for all diseases of the feet. GOOD
WIN'S SHOEING SHOP, 204 S. Los Angeles
meet
FOR SALE—GITT PROPERTY.
QRIDER & DOW'S
CENTRAL AVENUE TRACT
Adjoins their celebrated Brlswalter and Adams
street tract, and contains 62 fine building lots
fronting on Central aye,. Thirty-first and
T'hlrty-second sts., which are graded and
curbed and have cement walks, shade trees
planted and water piped; sandy loam soil, no
mud; we have put the price so low and the
terms so easy that every lot. will sell within 30
days; prices $100, $125, $150 to $225: terms,
$25 down, balance $10 a month, or a liberal
discount for cash : no interest v. ill be charged
on lots sold during the next 60 days; once
more you have an opportunity to buy resi
dence lots on a double electric car line, only
12 minutes'ride from the business center, at
one-half their actual value; take the Central
aye. cars, at corner of Spring and Second sts.,
to our branch ofnee at the corner of Twenty
ninth St., where our agents will show the prop
erty; free carriages to the tract. For maps and
prices see GRIDER * DOW, 109 V* a Broadway.
18tf
p ENFRo, Dubois & cummings,
REAL ESTATE
AND
INVESTMENT BROKERS,
121K W. THIRD ST. ,
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
BARGAINS IN CITY AND COUNTRY
PROPERTY.
BEFORE BUYING SEE OUR LIST. 7tf
—ESTABLISHED 1887
& KENNEDY,
Real Estate and Investment Brokers,
134 S. Broadway,
Tel. 662,
Orange and walnut groves a specialty. I
Larie ranches for subdivision. I
Gilt edge city property.
12-25 tt
THE TRACT OF HOMES—GRIDER 4 DOW'S '
Adams street tract; 300 50-foot residence
lots corner of Adams street and Central ave
nue; Adams st-eet 82 feet wide, nnd Twenty
eighth street 100 feet wide, both lined with
palm trees; streets graveled; cement walks *
and curbs; water piped; 175 lots sold and over
40 houses built in tiie last four months. Rich 1
sandy loam; no mud; the healthiest portion .
of the city. Examine this tract now and com- 1
pare it with other properties. Lots are $300
and up, on easy terms. Special inducements 1
to those who will build at once. Central aye- ,
nue double track electricrar line runs through
this tract. Take tho Central avenue cars at
corner of Second and Sprlug streets; tho rido 1
takes only 12 minutes. Agents at our branch
office on the corner of Central avenue and
Twenty-ninth street will stiow the property. -,
For views of the tract, maps and all ln'orma- I
tion, write or call on us. Free carriages at all
times. GRIDER 4 DOW, 109)* South Broad
way. Telephone 1599 3tf^
•pOR SALE—
Why don't you try Boyd 4 Riggins for any
thing in the real estate line. We have lodg
ing houses cheap, oil lot leases, etc. We make
a specialty of insido proporty. call and see
us.
BOYD 4 JUGGINS,
213 W. First street.
30tt ——
JjlOR SALE—
The finest piece of property for subdivision J
in the city. Close in, on car line and cheap. *
SMITH 4 O'BRIEN,
9 147 S. Broadway. ''
EE J
FOR SALE— ci
LOTS! LOTS! LOTS!
LO'JS! LOTS! LOTS! .
AT HIGHLAND P VRK. [
Just outside city on electric road; finest lots
now on the market; size ot lots from . r ioxiso to
1 or more acres, just as you wish; fine balmy
climate and the best of spring water. |
These lots will be sold on long time if de- I
sired a
Houses built to order. st
Call and be shown the best bargains In the M
market. W. P. LARKIN & CO.,
20tf Owners, 110 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. ~.
SALE-$375 WILL BUY A $HOO LOT ]
'on Thirty-sixth street, near Main, 50x125; o
also 20 choice lots on electric tine, between w
Los Angeles and Paaadena; lots from 00x15* ii
to 200x300 feet sold nn long time; houses built ci
to order; come and take a free trip out and get 2
a choice lot; no money down to those that
build at once. W. P. LARKIN 6i CO., 5
20tf 110 8. Broadway. J
FOR SALE—BY W. J. FISHER. 227 W. SEC- I*l
ond Bt,—sl4 a foot, lots, Kohler st, near 1<
Seventh; $15 a foot, lots, Merchant St., near 2-
Seventh; $900, Bnap, new house, 5 rooms, ~
hard-finished. Kohler St.; $1850, new house, 0 |
rooms bath, Kohler st.; $tJ2.50, a., $10 cash, *
8 years' credit, ti tier cent, 10 acres; $750, a., *
13 acres, near electric cars. University; wanted 2.
$4000, 10|i gross, on city property, rents 24 "
percent. 20tf
z= J
FOR SALE— J
11-room house on Main St., close in; lot ft
50x167; price $16,250. J
stf HUBBARD 4 LOVE, 228 W. Fourth St. 8
EE 1
E
TTtOR SALE- C
50 feet on Broadway; incomo $100 per ]
month ; price $10,000. c
Sti HUBBARD 4 LOVE, 228 W, Fourth at.
Tr-OR SALE-$5OOO ($3OOO CASH) WILL BUY 1
1 large 9-room, two story fine house, all ■•
modern, on corner lot, 100x118 feet; this place
ia southwest on electric line will soon be worth *
$10 000. -i
Also a number of other goo houses, south- J
west, from $1500 up. \
W. P. LARKIN 4 CO., r
20tf 110 8. Broadway.
MD. JOHNSON !
• 213 W. First St.
Real Estate and Fire Insurance. _
g flt'f :
pOR SALE—
8-room house; every convenience; large lot;
south front; close to car lino. A bargain. j
SMITH & O'BRIEN, i
8 147 S. Broadway. 1
SALE-NEW 5 AND 6-KOOM COT- '
' tages ou University Electric line; baths j
water closets, mantels and all modern conve
niences; large lots; cement sidewalks; prices
$1450 to $1700; smdl cosh payments and
monthly Installments. THOMAS S. EWING, I
owner. 110 S. Broadway. !
SiytfH l ™ HOUSE AND LOT; HARD
nr.FUU finish; 5 rooms; closets: street grav
eled, curbed, cement walks: on Kohler street,
near Seventh. For rent, $15, 4 rooms and
bath. $350 each, two lots on above street.
W. J. FISHER, 227 W. Second It 10
UOR SALE"—
20 fine borgains In houses, from $600 to
$2000; some tha*. must be sold and will go at
bargains. W. P. LARKIN 4 CO.,
20tf 110 s. Broadway.
ITtOR SALE-WEST HALF OF LOTS* AKuli
block 29, Hancock's survey, 35 acres, near
oil wells in the N. W. quarter of the city. Ap
ply to C. M. STEPHENS, room 90, Temple
block. l&tf
DETECTIVE AGENCIES.
MACKENZIE'S DETECTIVE AGENCY, 203
Stlmson building. Reliable operators fur
nished on short notice. Collections made iv
tany part of the United States and Canada.
LAWN CUTTING.
Kersting""* co^practical' GARDEN
ers; lawn laying and cutting a specialty;
gardens cared for by the month on reasonable
terms. Address, 264 B, Main st, Lot AuatlSa.
FOR lALH-CITT
Sushard altschul,
real~estate,
loans and commission,
123U West Second St.,
Rurdlck block,
Buys and sells business and residence lots in
any part of Los Angeles.
Money to loan on good Improved city prop
"wiil build bouses to suit and soli part cash,
balance installment plan.
Improved and vacant lota for sale, from $«o
to #110,000. . „ „,_„.
Houses rented and rentsoollectcd. Dwollings
from $750 to $1200.
FOR SALE.
Cheapest lots in Central aye. district.
Choicest lots on Figueroa, Pearl, Flower and
Hope sts. and Grand aye.
Exclusivo agency of new subdivision cornsr
Washington st. and Union aye.
FOR SALE.
4-room cottage, Garbollno tract, $750; easy
'"-Toom cottage (new!, colonial style, Union
* 6-room cottsge, Girard St., near Pico, $3000.
7-room cottage, Tenth St., near Pearl, $3,00.
7-room cottage, Pico st., near Union aye.,
* 9°room residence, S. Hope St., $7500.
1 arge residences on Olive st. and Grand avo.
at $9*50, $10,000. $12,000 respectively.
If you have any realty to sell, list II with me.
If you want anything in my line call to see
"ft you have no time to collect your rents I
will do It for you. .
Correspondence solictted. Correspondence
solicited. RICAIIRD ALTSCHUL,
Resl Estate, Loans and Commission,
123 X W. second st.
References- , , M
Messrs. Lar.ard Freres, bankers, New lork.
London. Paris and American bank, Ltd., ban
Francisco. ,
Farmers and Merchants bank, i
First National bank, .„„.,„„
Messrs. H. Newmark 4 Co., i-Loa Angeles.
Messrs. Haas Baruch 4 Co.,
Messrs. M. A. Newmark 4 Co. J 3-3-8
JpOR SALE"—
CITY PROPERTY.
$3250-6 room cottage near Pico and Figue
roa streets, 5 rooms furnished.
$900-2 lots with 4 room house, fruit trees,
flowers, etc., near Central aye.
*„uj(>._tftt anxinn clean side Grand aye.
$1100— Lot SOxlltf'with 4 room cottage, on
Brvant aye. . ~
$4200—4 lots with 9 room cottage, stables,
fruit tress, etc., Pico Heights.
$2400—4' i seres near Central Bye. electric
line, suitable for lots.
$3700—6 room house with stable, lawn,
flowers, etc., Twentv-flfth St.. near Grand aye.
§900— Two lots with good house on Tittle st.
6300—5 acres on central aye; income
property.
$2000—7-room cottage with all modern con
veniences on W. Sixteenth st
$8000-5 acres on Central aye ; Income
property.
$200 up-Beautiful lots in Vernon, Borne in ,
bearing fruits.
COUNTRY PROPERTY.
$300—2' i" acres on electric line near city;
good house, orange trees, etc.
$2500—5 acres fruit and alfalfa land, im
provements worth the price.
$75 per acre—First-class fruit land near Re- t
dondo. j
$5250—40 acres moist land, 30 acres to al- '
falfa.
$400 per acre—ln Ojal valley, just outside
Nordhofr. .
First-class fruit and alfalfa land near ci^ f
Improved aud unimproved.
GOSPER, SMITH & CANNON.
6-8 421-2 Stimson block. (
DoBOi¥TcUMM~INGii ' J
laUj W. Third St., Stimson Block. j
80 BEAUTIFUL LOTS IN THE ]
MT. PLEASANT TRACT, BOYLE HEIGHTS.
$300 TO $600 EACH; $50 CASH, j
BALANCE, $10 PER MONTH.
IF YOU PAY TiIE CASH WE WILL .
RUILD YOU A HOUSE t
FOR THE RENT YOU ARE PAYING. :
DON'T LET THIS SNAP GO BY, BUT CALL -
AT ONCE ON THE GENERAL AGENTS, J
WHO ARE
renfro, Dubois & cummings, j
8 131W w - Third st, Stimson Block. ]
\/f C GARRY 4 INNER—
IVI 227 W. Second St.
Income property on Broadway at $250 per 1
foot. Lots in all parts of city. Loans. 8 I
I -lOR SALE—ft ROOM COTTAGE, EAST
' Twenty-eighth st., near twocar lines; bath,
closets, trees, flowers, etc. Price $1800; half
cash, balance easy. HUBBARD 4 LOVE, 228 1
W. Fourth st. 2-8 tf
if OR - SALE-ONE FINE LOT IN FAIR- ;
I? mount tract for $1000, worth $1200.
W. P. LARKIN 4 CO., 1
20tf 110 S. Broadway.
I?orsXle-a large lot on PARK VIEW i
1 aye., West Bonnie Brca tract; a bargain, .
at $450. HUBBARD & LOVE, 22S W. Fourth
it. 2.8 tf
.. : ■
FOR EXVUANUK,
ACRfi ORANGE S
grove, near Redlands; trees are 4 years 1
old; estimated crop for this year 400 boxes; '.
Mediterranean sweet aud St. Michael; want I
improved city property lor equity; some one l
can get a bargoin in this. HUBBARD & LOVE, I
228 W. Fourth St. 2-8 tf <
JjSOR EXCHANGE— J
2 clear lots in Chicago suitable for flats or !
residence, good location; for small houses or
lots In Los Angeles. W. p. LARK IN 4 CO.,
20tf Owners, 110 8. Broadway, Los Angeles. ,
T^oiTEX^HANGE-Fi^TcvfTfTclTY FOR }
X certificate of 640 seres school land, under 1
Victor canal preferred. DAY & AMON, 119U '
| .Spring st. 8_ 1
FOR. KALE—MISCELLANEOUS. ]
SALE—THE NEW HOME SEWING J
Machine company offer for the next 30 !
days the following bargains—Whites. Stand
ards, Automatics, Singers, Domestics, Davis,
Households, etc., from- $12 to $15, on pay
ments of $1 ver week. 349 South Spring st.
Branch, 85 East. Colorado, Pasadena. 3-2 \
OR BALE—THREE FOOL AND THREE
' billiard tables, cheap. Apply to DUKE, !
BLACK 4 CO., 212 S. Spring St., Los Angeles.
Cal. 13 ;
YjtOß SALE—AN ELEGANT NEW UPRIGHT
J? piano; will take board and room iv part I
exchange. Address J, Box 80, this office. 25tf
FOR BALE~ "^IBb.O'JO - i OLD POSTAGE
stamps, cheap. T„ box 26, this office.
F _ PAPERS IN QUANTITIES j
to suit at this office.
FOR SALS-LIVE STOCK.
FOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE, WELL-BROK- ,
en farm, business and surrey horses, at the
Westminster stables, 110 and 112 E. Fourth st.
Guaranteed as represented. 1-13
FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE—FINE SINGLE
and double drivers, buggies and harness.
B. F. BACON, rear 908 8. Broadway. 2-3 tf
I~p~RED HYNER~HA6"oTiNAME'nTaL AND
! deciduous fruit tre.s, large variety; 212 W.
Fourth street. Oalt or write.
MEIIITJMS.
PROF. LEE-4)0 THE "DEAD RETURNtTf
you doubt, Come and bs convinced by P.-of.
Lee, the slate-writing medium; messages given
from your loved ones written on slates cleaned
by yourself and held in your own hands;
sealed messages answered while In a dead
trance; a medium by the gift ol God. PROF.
LEE, 242!,' S. Broadway, parlors 12 is 18. 2-26
RB. PERCY-108 E. FIFTH ST., CLAlR
voyant, healing and developing: sittings
$1; circles Monday Thursday and Saturday
evenings, 25c; also Tuosday and Friday, 2-30,
10c. 2-28
TTiRKNCH LADY, HEALING MEDIUM"
J? treats all diseases; consultation free; life
reading. Parlor 7, No. g. Spring st.
Its. HOPKINS -MITCHEtL, tuTsfNESS
and test medium, has resumed business
at 700 E. Fifth Bt.; call and see hei.
FLCMBKRS.
ChT^OTTON^sTnTTArV
• specialty. Estimates given, *00 East
Fourth st., two doors east of Los Angeles st.
IjSRANK A. WE INS HANK, PLUMBER AND
' gssrltter, 240 E. Second st. Tel. 13ii.
ATTORNEYS-AY- LAW.
and New High sts., Los Angeles. Rooms
12,1J, 14, Abstract and Title Insurance block.
P" ECK 4 FOLEY,
8 and 9, Moore blk, 110 Court St.
kT7~yoiTng. attorney-at-law. 4o¥
IV* . Bradbury building. L__
t.ON i'KACroits.
ONRAD'sCIIERErT
ous and asphalt paving. 337 W . First tt.
FOB BAITS!—OOtJMTIIT PROfSCBTT^
-pOR SALE—
40 acres at Hollywood. This is a frostlcss
tract The location is one of the molt charm
ing. Price tf 14.000, one third cash, balance
easy. If you arc looking for a bargain and
something that will Increase In value exam
ine this. ~ J
stf HUBBARD & LOVE, 228 W. I-ourth st.
aTsOtt SALE—AT A BARtMIN, AT GLEN
i 1 dale, a navlng fruit ranch. 89 ai res, 60
shares water piped, KOO bearing oranges, 1000
bearing apneots, 500 bearing peaches, 3AO
bearing prunes, 250 French prunes, I years old,
aooaprieots, 2 years 200 Keller -lapan plums,
4-room house, barn, etc. This is a place Unit
anyone can make money on anil Is growl ng
better and more valuable all the time; will
take house and lot In the city as part pay. bal
ance on easy terms. A. K. CRAWFORD, 808 8.
Broadway. t'-l.of
J~jsOß "SALE-FRUIT LANDS IN THE EX-
I Mission Maclav rancho.near San Fernando
and Pacoima on the Southern Pacific railway,
within casv reach of tha city; 1100 feel above
sea level; delightful climate; $-5 per acre, on
caßy terms; also good building lots iv West
Los Angc eson the University eleetrie car line.
Apply to the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA, rooms 6 and 7, Phillips Block
Annex, Los Angeles; special prices for cash. 3-5
ijxm sale~io"a"(""re b" is tBe"""blbe" rib-
V bon orange belt at Duarte: between (i and
/acres set out to best varieties of oranges;
more than two-thirds lull hearing; 0 shares in
the best water right in Southern Californ'a;
small hou«; one ef the best sites for a home In
the San Gabriel valley; magnificent view; just
the right elevotlon; moderate price; terms
crsy. Address OTHEMAN STEVENS, this of
fice. 11 "tf
ijlOR BALB-$2OO BUYS RELINQUISHMENT
_T of 040 acres school land in Los Angeles
county, all level, and plenty ot water can be
obtained; this is the best buy in Los Angeles
county and the only full section we have left
and is good for this week only. DAY i AMON,
IS. Springy 8_
jjjiOß SALE—
$80 per acre, 320 acres first class alfalfa
land.
$40 per acre, ISO acres alfalfa, close in.
$100 per aOre, -10, 50 and 00 ado blocks at
city limits: terms easy,
W. P. LARKIN <t CO..
110 S. Broaway.
"Otf Headquarters lor Chicago Buyers.
OMI'fJLSORY"SALE OF LAND TO CLOSE
out an estate; 320 acres of gra/.ing and
farming land in Tulare county, Cal,, 10 miles
northeast of Visalia, 1 mile distant Irom Ka
weah station, on Southern l'acillc railroad.
Apply at once to JOS. MESMER, administra
tor, Los Angeles, Cal. 2 17
I?O RESALE—I WILL SELL THE BEST 320
.I 1 acres oi oil land, with 3 good wells now
pumping, In the Puente oil region, J miles
from two railroads, or au interest in the ssnie, 1
very cheap. B. CHANDLER, 2021 E. First
St., city. 8
X" EI.IN'QrJisiIMENT OF' 160 ACRES OF
, moist, sandy loam in artesian district,
where pure, soft water can be obtained for less
than $;i per acre: in this county near railroad;
to exchange for horses, cows or sheep. 125 W.
Third st. 1-30 tf
RELINQUISHMENT OF 160 ACRES OF"EX- .
tra line alfalfa land in this county with
How ing well of pure, soft water; to exchange
for horses, mules or cattle or farm work. 125 '
W. Third st. 1-30 tf
£i C \AA— A C,R AN D AC RES :
f[T*l.A/\/ one mile north of Glendale. all
choice land: 9 acres In best varieties of full
bearing orange trees, 2 acres in bearing wal
nuts; 9-room houso and other buildings. M.
D. lOHNSON. 213 W. First St. Btf
EXCHANGE—NEW TWO- I
story, 10-rooin d welling at San Pedro, fac- I
ing ocean, $3000: will take part payment in
good land or ranch property, and easy terms
on balance. D. It. CLA V, 138 S. Spring st. 1
iFoR SALE—I 3 FRUII~ KANCHEsT good '
JT bargains, from 10 acres up to 500, clOße in; '
5 choice orange groves, in full bearing, on easy I
terms. W. P. LARKIN & CO., ,
20tf 110 S. Broadway.
Ttvor salF-Ii i"aches good 7 Fßurr land (
X 1 on west side of Ontario, at a bargain; cash
aud time: a good chance to make money by '
subdividing; price $5000, EDWARD PHASER, I
sole agent, 216 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. 11 j
Ipoit "sale-Tn rTverside county I
1 cheap homes: superior fruitland; watered, ,
by Lake Hem t Water Co., the largest water
system in Southern California. Call HEMET '
LAND Co., Baker block, L. A.
peach orchard
1 for sale: trees 6 years old; enclosed in good
fence with rabbit netting; price, $Hoocash. ,
Write J. MANNERS, San Jacinto, Cal. 27-e-o-d j
iflOR SALE—MUBT II AVE~ MONEY-$350 ,
1 buys certificate of purchase of D6O acres
school land, all level and worth $20 per acre. 1
DAY A AMON. 8 Spring St. 12 I
I~~ SoR SOFT SHELL
1 walnut orchards in 5, 10, 20 and 100 a re
tracts; tine income property. H. KROEGF.R, (
near Santa Fe depot, Anaheim. 1
If<oß RALE, $40—X~QUARTER SECTION OF
1 government land located. DAY & AMON,
WW; S. Spring Bt 8_ ,
~ _~~tl»povcitVMAi.. !
rtMIE LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
X (incorporated), located at 144 S. Main st,,
is the largest and best equipped institution In
Southern California. It provides a thorough
business education In the most practical way.
The shorthand department leads all competi
tors, and Is a great success. Its department of
penmanship is conducted by E. K. Isaacs, a
teacher of national reputation. Day session i
open all the year. Night sessions Monday,
Wednesday and Friday nights of each week, i
Send for catalogue. E. R. SCHRADER, pres.;
F. W. KELBEY, vice-pres.; L. N. INSKEEP, sec.
11-OODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 276 a
V* Spring st.; ihe 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
ond a practical English course; new college
rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec
tric elevator for pupils' use; new furniture i
and appliances; open all the year; pupils re
ceived at any time; illustrated catalogue and
full information free. G. A. HOUGH, president;
N. C. FELKER, vice-president.
hTiOOP INSTITUTE, PAS
udeua, California, the only institution in '
Southern California providing thorough in
dustrial end art training for both Bexes Tn con
nection with scientific, literary or classical
education. Sloyd scnool for younger pupils.
Manual training school and college of technol- •
ogy. Courses largely elective. Good homes
for students. For catalogue and full informa
tion address PRESIDENT CHARLES 11.
K.JYEB, Pasadena, California.
I/ROBEL INSTITUTE" CASA DE ROSAS,
1 Adams street, corner Hoover. Term opens
February 4th. Tuition $100. Kindergarten de
partment, $5 per month. Address all applica
tions to MME. CAROLYN M. N. CLAVERIE.
TS IRLB' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL—
VT 416 W. TsnthSt.
MlBB PARSONS and MISS DENNEN.
SaaSBAUB ANO £LECI'KIOITT.
I7arrell, recently from
the east, gives first-class massage and mag
netic treatments. Hours, from 10 a. mto9 p.
m. Rooms 11 and 12, 3551-£ S. Spring.
M"^fj¥"urYrLTfE~FßOM"T i ARis, GIVES
scientific massage; hand-rubbing, alcohol
and perlumed baths; attendants. Parlor 19,
142 S. Main at
ISS~ DARRELL, FROM BOSTON—FIRBT
cIaas massage treatment. Rooms 11 and
12, 8. Spring. ~ 2-8 30
MISS MARY STONEi M ASS AgITtRE AT
ment, 138!* N. Spring st., room 22. 2-28
EE VERA CLAIR THE FAMOUS: MaS
sage and vapor baths. 528 W. Seventh. 2-21
ADAM DE LEON—BATHS, MASSAGE;
electro-rnuKnelic treatmen'. mUgS.Spring
tviikiss sau oiiuiK buss,'
NEW MANAGEMENT OFTHE II AM MAM—
Commencing .lan. 7th, the ladies' depart
ment of the baths will havo two attendants
and will he open from 8 o-m. to 9 p.m.; Sun
days, 8 a. m. to 12 m. ; everything neat aud
clem, gentlemen's department open day and
night, except Sunday afternoon; clcetrici'.y
and massage given at baths and privo,e
houses: physician consulted free. BROOKS,
230 S. Main St.
I'IANOS.
I /or up
-1 right piano, slightly used. $265, Hand
some lvers <fc Pond piano, snap bargain, not
much used, $285; worth $100- Largest size
cabinet grand uiano, 3 pedals, walnut case,
fine tone, $270, cash or iusalliuents. KOHLER
at CHASE, 233 s. Spring
BICYCLE*.
Y\r kTcowanj«hCtiio!?^^
ii • coast agt. for Rambler bicycles. Tele
phone 1351. 427 c. Spring st.
B~ ICY CLE, BUGGY AND LIVERY—ii MOAT."
Business removed to 222 E. Hecond st.
XX A L JfSTATK.
I?LL~"&'sABicH
insurance agents; money loaned at six
<6)per cent 205 Weat Third Blreet, 12-7 tj
RAILROAD LEGISLATION.
What Various Stale* tn Doing- la Traf
Ho tl»Kalatloa.
The Railway Age: We preterit a|
brief a summary at poaaible, omitting a
good many bills and resolutions wbicb
deal witb minor matters, or hich are
co abauid on their fscs that 'here ia oc
likelihood of their succeeding, even in i
modern American regirlstu.ru.
Commissioners —In Illinois it is pro
posed to have tbe railroad commission
fix rates for the express companies ; in
South Dakota to give the board foT
powers to fix freight rates; and tbere i»
another bill reducing the salaries of the
commissioners. In Tennessee and Wee'
Virginia a comminsion ia propoaed.
Kmployeea — A law prohibitin(
blacklisting is proposed in Illinois, on'
to pay employees weekly in New Jersey,
and one requiring licenaes for locomo«
live enginemen in Texas. In Massachu
setts a member haa presented the old
proposition to require railings on freight
csr roofs, to keep men irom falling off,
Bills for arbitrating labor ueputies art
propoaed in Illinois, Minnesota and Wy
ominf.
Passes—This is the subject on which
the sun of reform blazea hottest, and,
aa Mr. Heater says, "It ia penetrating
tbe dark places of official life;'' bat tv
does not state whether any pocketi
have yet been actually turned inaide
out. Lawa prohibiting tbe uae ef rail
road pauses by public officers, phrased
in language of varying degrees of sever
lty, are propoaed in Alabama, Indiana,
Kansas, Missouri, North Carolina, Ten
neaaee, Texas and Wisconsin ; while iq
New York the members are busy wits]
schemes to get around the law already
patted.
Hates, paeevugef —In Coiiuecticui
there is a bill to reduce all passenger
fares to one cent a mile, and to intro
duce tbe zone system. In Massacbn
eetts. New York and Indiana it is pro.
posed to make all two cents a mils. Iq
New Hampshire and South Dakota
there are bills requiring thousand-milt)
ticketa to be sold at pricee named in th*
bills, wbicb are very low. In Wyoming
tbe proposition ia to reduce everything
to three cents. Oalifornia has an ami
scalper law under dieouaaion. A bill to
reduce sleeping car ratea to 80 coins has
been presented in the New York legiala*
tuie. Similar bills are up in tbe states,
of Pennsylvania and Washington.
Ratea, freight—A bill to regulati
freight ratea has been presented in Kan
saa. Kansas is one of the states that
has regulated rates to death already.
Taxation— A bill to increase the tax
on deeping oars haa been presented in
VV sconth»i » n d iv North Dakota there
is a corsVsMpl to confer with represents
fires of Mia&seota Montana and Wash
ington on this subject.
Wreckers#Bills to punish train
wreckera or robbers by death have been
presented in Arkansas, Colorado, Mis
souri and Texas.
There are a lew bills bearing coma
marks of novelty. In Minnesota a law
to guard against forest tires makes it the
duty of railroad employees to report and
extinguish fires, nnder a penalty of $100
fine, half tbe fine to go to the informer.
In Massachusetts there is a demand
that the Doard of inspectors of rail
roads, established a year or two ago,
shall bs changed in ita constitution and
its powers. In Missouri the use of
nates on paaaeugtr trains, which com
f>el passengers to buy tickets, still of
ends tbe citizens of that state, and.
Representative Qrnbb has presented a
bill prohibiting the use of gates.
If there ia any elate which is stirring
op things more effectively than another
it is North Carolina, where the Populists
are reveling in new found power, and we
must give it a separate paragraph. A
correspondent in Raleigh cays:
Several bills affecting railroads have been
introduced in the legislature during the pasl
week, among them one Imposing a penalty of
$10 a day for holding over perishable freight
over two days; one to abolish the present rail,
road commission of the state, and one to conii
pel railroads to accept unused excursion tick
ets on subsequent regular trains in certain
cases. The bill abolishing the railroad comm
ission will pass, but the present law will ba
re-enacted, the object being to displace ths
present Democratic commissioners, and elect
Populist Republicans in their stead. Anothei
bill which has passed the seriate by a vote o|
39. to 6, and will undoubtedly pass the house,
provides that a railroad holding non-perisha,
ble freight over live days and perishabe
freight over two days shall be liable in ail
action for debt for twice the value of the
freight and $10 for each day over tho time
above stated freight is delayed, in the case o|
non-perishable freight, aud $25 for pcriaja.
ble freight.
Ward MoAlliater's Carter.
It is not likely that Mr. Ward MeAL
liater, whore death is announced. evo»
regarded himself, or assumed to be. a
factor in the welfare of society in gen
eral, despite tbe popular impression si
to his aaanrance anddeaire for notoriety.
It is quite ac nnlikely that he ever ha<|
an idea or a wish beyond tbe extraction
of as much pleasure as possible ont o|
life, the association with the ultra faali
ionable element and each notoriety ut
may come from tbe poaition of author
itative mouthpiece of "oar very best
people." This was his aim in life, ana]
he pursued it steadily, to bis credit be it
said, with distinguished success. It was
not a very lofty aim, but few men
with the aame advantages could have
lived and flourished so many years
and maintained this unique position.
From the standpoint of the representa
tive American life and purpose there
was little that was worthy and com-,
mendabie in the existence of Ward Mo*
Allister. To all good and seriouß intent
he was and always had been an idler,
A profitable marriage, while it did not
bring the truest happiness, made him
reasonably independent and enabled
bim to enjoy those pleasures which rep*
resented life to him in ite only redeem
ing phase. A great many sermonß and
moral discourses will be preached ovei
his rejection of the nobler purposes of)
human existence, but these would not
have concerned or interested him belore
hiß death and have no part in the aum
ming-up of hia queer character. It is
highly probable that if Mr. McAllister
had turned hia ability into useful cban«
nels he would have been accepted aa a
man of more than ordinary address and
taste, but he preferred to lead an idlsj
nnd frivolous, though not a spe
cially dieeipated, life. He was
a much shrewder man than
has been popnlarly supposed j
else he could not have maintained bis
unotDoiouH position againat the ridicule
and the sneers which were oonatantly
hurled at him. He waa uaeful iv a way
to people of immense wealth, and
eeemed to mingle in a moat extraordi
nary manner the position of caterer,
lackey and boon companion. It might
almoet ba Bald that he sat aa an hon
ored gueat at the dinner he bad cooked.
There is in American life today no nota
ble-character exactly comparable ta
Ward McAllister, and society ia not thai
loser by his dealh. The world will go
on while the uaeful and the useless
alike pais out of it. For a time Mr. Mc-
Allister will be remembered as a freak
of American civilization, and than big
little span of frivolity and amusement
and uselesauess will be forgotttn,—[Kajts
saa Oity Star-

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