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tfiUIS « ALDERSON,
J 812 South Main St.
>m..,« think because we uiiole low prices
Mg,<i righting the other dealers. We are not, but
are to do business on small profits to live
and let Itv**. Just think ol getting fine new silk
bed lo.M>*t-f for $13; bedroom sets for *10; folding
beds, ft ■ high back chairs for '-X) cents;
tine-..- cnalrsforftl. Yotican*! go amiss II you
get yoi.» furniture at LEWIS A A CDFL'soN's.
VT OTI"SE-tHE LOS ANOELES 1 ITY
w ,!er eampany will strictly enforce tbe tot l
lowing ,-ules: The hotns for sprinkling are Im>
tween l aad * o'clock a.m. and and » o'clock p.m.
For h > ioiatton ol the above regulation tbe water
will in khur off and a fine of 92 will be charged be
fore tie «* , »rer will he turned on again.
QTOOj :■> - !-. K. I ÜBBISON OF PI I 'IsBURO,
C? Pa. is here inirmlix ing stogies for the R. A W.
Jen kin- T.c stogie is becoming very popular
here, ne .v. not oi. account of its t heapness. but it
Is den ii. "iiolesomc. without any adulteration.
Boiled uu chteity ot grMKi m&4 at liavafia leaf. For
tale by ai. dealers 8 tor sc. Wholesale depot 222 W.
First st., I.os Angeles. 1!'
THE '* \FEDEPos"ITBOXES OF THE ST A IE
Loan mf* Trust company are enclosed In a rire-
IWOOI am iVvrglar-proot vault with time locks and
>rilliaut'. lighted with electricity; alcoves at
tach*"! ■■» t ee private examination of valuables,
with wi ting materials; a young lady In attend*
FOR BALE—THE "NILES TH A('T?'LOTS IN
this beautiful tract are now for sale at prices
ranging from £ton up» aid-: these lots are sold only
to parties who w ill build good houses. poi.N DEX
TER A WADS WORTH, 800 W. Second st.
\j I SMTN 7 S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
jU. monthly medicine for immedinte relief for
painful and irregular menses irom whatever
cause. For sale by GEO. H. FREEMAN CO.. 102
BT Spring st. Price, k- per box.
bTf^lderTformKßLY — OF THE PAL
ace Barber Shop, and Mr. De Forest of the
Hollenbeck shop, have opened tonsoiial parlors nt
13.5 W. Second st. 19
N"~ »W TREATMENT FOB CHRONIC BIS*
eases; satisfaction guaranteed. DR. H. J.
FIELD. SS4ii South Spring. 11l
ACH INERY DIES AN D T< ►OLS~M TaDK
nnd repaired. J. YON SERKEY, 21ti S. Los
Angeles st. Tel. 088,
TirE HAVE MADE MONEY WITH A SMALL
W outlay; so can you, MARston. room 5,
124'j S. Spring st. 20
N HONORABLE MARRTAQg BUREAU;
10 cents for details; confidential. I. O. box
79, Los Angeles.
I~F \OV II VV E A lioist.; Ti > RV. NT RRI NO
It to me. tt. P. CRESSINGER, 237 W. Hist
F. SLOPER, 12
« Center pl;u
ARRIVED — HARRY H. WA ITE. THE
Clairvoyant of Clairvoyants and the ONLY
Independent slat" writing medium In the city,
that answers sealed messages while In a dead
trance, tells If your lover is true or false, who to
trust and who to watch, tells your lucky month,
week or day, gives advice on all matters of Im
portance, such as business, love affairs, marriages,
divorces, law suits, etc. Locates tost or stolen goods,
reunites the separated, brings speedy marriage, re
moves stumbling blocks ami bad luck of all kinds. ,
If you And with all your nature's gifts that you
cannot succeed, go at once to this wonderful man
and find out the cause of your bad luck. Remem
ber he tells you all you Wisb to know and does not
ask you a solitary question, nor do you pay a cent
unless you are rally satisfied, but if you are satis
fied he then charges you ?2.0u Is this not honest?
Now do not delay, but go at onoeand see this medi
um. If you an-going to see a medium .Why not see the
greatest on earth. He has taken parlors at in B.
It roadway, where be wlllaivenrlvate sittings daily.
Hours from 8 to \ P. BL—People living out of
city send stamp for free advise, but ask no ques
PROF. LEE-DO THE DEAD RETURN? IF
you doubt, come and he convinced by Prof.
Lee, the slute-w ritlng medium; messages given
from your loved ones written on slates cleaned by
yourself and held iv your own hands; sealed mes
sages answered while in a dead trance: a medium
by the gift of God. PROF, LEE, 848 1-8 S. Broad*
Way; parlors 12 and Is. 2-2t>
MRS. PERCY—IO6 E. FIFTH ST., CLAlR
vnyant, healing and developing: sittings $];
circles Monday. Thursday and Saturday evenings.
25c; also Tuesday and Friday, 2:3'), 10c. 2.2S
Srjrri-NONA — SEVENTH ~ DAUGHTER OF
TT late Dr. king, world renowned phrenologist
and astrologisi. Consultation 25c. 50c. Life
chart, nativities £1 upwards. 421 VV. Seventh.
FRENCH LADY, HEALING MEDIUM—
Treats all diseases; consultation free; life
reading. Parlor 7, No. 355 1-2 S. Spring st.
■jVf BS. HOPKINS-M l l'< HELL. BUSINESS
_iyX and test medium; has resumed business at
7'Hi }■:. l-'inh si.; .-: t M .:n.\ her.
DEN TIS TS.
1862— Bs tarnished—lBBS,
DR. L. W. WELLS—EXTRACTION PAlN
less; good crowns, bridgework and teeth
without plates a specialty. Cm-, spring and First
sts.. wiison block. Telephone 1801,
ADAMS BROS.' DENTAL PARLORS, SB9X
s. spring -it.; patnless extraction and flUtng;
plates, $«. 86, B10; all work guaranteed; estab. 10
years. Hours 6-6, Sundays 10-12.
GH. KRI ECU lIA I'M, DENT I ST~ sTs'sOFTH
• BroailWH.v. entrance through Westcrvelfs
studio. Offlee hours. BtBo to If and lto 5.
I CHWK. SEMLER. D. D. K. -DENTAL OF-
J rice, room I, 114 B, Spring st.; otlice hours, 9 to
12 and 1 iSO to 5.
4 LBANS DENTAL PARLORS-GERMAN
XX American bank building. A set of teeth $6.
Hest s. s. w bite teeth, *10 per set.
D" R. WILDER.
Corner Seventh and Main sts.
DR. KENNEDY; DENTIST, IMJf N. SPRING
St., rooms 2. and 7. Painless extraction.
VRAXK STE V ENs, jC. s. SPRING ~HT.
J Open Bondays and evening-.; electric light.
D" R. TUCKER, DENTIST,
120!, S. Spring St. 8-18
FR. CUNNINOHAM"i I» ENT ISTfcALIFOR
. Tilu Rank bulldiuc
FROM THE FOOD THE
from the blood the tissues are fed. We must
have healthy blood for the formntlon and mainte
nance of healthy tissues. To have healthy blood
we must have good digestion and assimilation
Dr. Pilkington gives special study to diseases of di
gestion and assimilation, 445 1-2 s. spring, 19
"T IT M. E. RAYMOND. M. D.? LADY PHYBI-
Xi Clan : diseases of women and children a spe
cialty. Office and residence, 251 l s. Main St., Los
Angeles; telephone lie west; office hours 3 to
6 p. ni.
RB. DR. jrTITsStTTH. SPEcTXL*rY, MlD
wlfeA-. Ladies fared for during confine- t
ment nt 727 ltellevueave. Calls promptly attended
to. Telephone nifi.
nuTm »M E/, FACULTY OP MADRI Dt DlB
ea.-j.-s ol 1 winiH-ii ;i sjt.Tlally. <. I.roadway.
T>URLINOTON ROUTE EXCURSIONS, PER*
XJ sonally condncted, leave I<os Angeles every
Wednesday via Southern Pacific, Denver and Rio
Orande aud Burlington route for Chicago, New-
York. Boston and oilier eastern points; upholstered
tourist cars with all conveniences. See imv south
ern Pacific agent or w rite to T. 11. DUZAN, 222 S.
Spring f-t., Los Angeles, Cal.
J UPSON'S ' POPULAR EXCURSIONS—
Every Monday over the Rio Gfunds Western
and Denver and Rio OraudS railways; scenic
route; personally cpndnetod: newly upholstered
cars through to Chicago, New York and Boston.
Finest equipment, best service, quick tlm»*. Office,
213 W. Spring st.
I>HILLII'S' PERSONA LLV CONDUCTED
X excursions, via the Rio (.ramie and Rock Isl
and rOUtes; leave LOS Angeles every Tuesday,
cross the sierra Nevadas, and pass the entire Rio
Grande scenery h> daylight. Also via the Southern
route, every Thursday, onice. 1 3s s. Spring't.
CI H. WOTTOJ) hanitaby plumbing a
j . specialty. Kstlnuit»'s given. 208 Kust Fourth
St., two doors oust of I.os Angeles St.
1 .-THANK \. VVEINBHANK. PLUMBER AND
' I-:. Second st. Tel. ]:<ti.
CONRAD HoiIEREK, GRANITE, BITUMXM,
uub and aspbult paving. 287 W. i'ust st.
LOS AXGELES HERALD: TUESDAY" MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1895.
EwTbkid <t co-,
• EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
I 128 W. First Street.
Orders telephoned or telegraphed st
We are the oldest established agency In f»outh
ern California, and our Ions; experience enables us
to select such help sM our patrons call for. *
We f-irnlsli all classes of help free of charse, and
can supply you on short notice. Give lis your or
der and yon will not be disappointed In quality of
help or promptness. E. W. REID * CO. 2-8 tf
AM A N IN EVERY SECTION TO SELL
staple goods to dealers; experience unnensa
sary: best side line. <<7A a month. Salary and ex
penses or large commission made. For sealed
particulars xond stamp. CLIFTON SOAP MAN
UPACTUBING COMPANY,Cincinnati, O.
i>KTTY, HI MMEI. A CO.. 300-3P2 W SECOND
1 st. Tel. lOt, The best employment office In
every way in Southern California.
\]tj ANTED CAIIHI VOR PAINTER AND
TT trimmer to lake part of shop. Call at 750 s.
BOSTON EMPLOYMENT ~~AGEXCY, 82 W
Filth si. Telephone 132-V 1 v Tii Sun 3-I.'*
\\ r ANT ED—A I. AI > V OR 1 11 C NTI-KM A N.
W witli 81600, to eiigago in the manufacture and
wholesaling of v valuable and raptdlv selling iirll
de; large profit: big de?nsinl. WM O. HI'IMIKN,
241 s. .Main Los Angeles. U
Deserving- persons desiring employment will be
allowed to Insert three Hues, under th's heading,
two times tree of charge.
G5 HOTEL TutTX?I ER AND
V cook wmits sfvnnii.in. First-class references.
Address H, box .V>, this oHles. P
i "I^ANTRI)-abbDGENERAt BLACKSMITH
, tt helper und floor man wants work. Address
' Box P, this office.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Deserving persons deal ling employment will be
Allowed to Insert three lines for two Insertions, un
der this 'loading, free of charge.
i TT al nurse to atti nd fever or insane patient;
! has experience and references. Address MRS. P.
I TAYLOR, M 2 s. Main it. 19
; A NTKD -SITE ATIoN.~ BY <OM PF.TFNT
tt woman cook, city or country. Please address
B, this Office. 20
"\T r ANTED™STTU7\T 10N"'bY
Tf cook, or housework ; wages $25. Address
s. Main st. 20
-117- A NTED—TO PURCHASE.
t* We have buyers for close in property on any
of the north and south streets.
SMITH a O'BRIEN,
21 147 S. Broadway.
WAN TED—LOTL IN EVE RY"~P A RT ~OI'
city lor improvement. F. 11. PIEPER &
Cm.. 10 s s. Broadw ay. If
WA NTED—MISCEL LA NEOUS.
VirANTKI) -ROOMS AND BOARD IN NICE
VV private family, by young married couple;
suburbs or country desired. Address O, Box ft),
this otlice. 22
11 r A N TED- HOUSES" TO~BV ILTTbTbOBT.
Tl D. COATES. building contractor, 264 8.
Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
"11'-ANTED- PARTY WITH fMOtJtO INVEST
tt in legitimate business, paying large profits,
and salary of f t-V) per month. A. A. IRISH it CO.,
236', S. |iring st. 20
WA NTED TO EXCH A NGE—P AINTTNG
for lot and part cash. Address 775 Fast
GOOD OiIANCF -A PARTNER WANTED
to deliver orders, collect, etc. in one of the
best paying meat markets In the city; old 09
-tahished; well located; command a good trade,
etc Owner is a first-class butcher ami w ill give
undoubted references; at present three men em
ployed; nn interested pnrty preferred to hired
help; price tor one-halt Interest |BSOj apply to
REN WHITE. 221 W First st.
EST AIT RANT :MEN—SEE THIS, ONE OF
ihe very oldest and best-known restaurants
In the city; doing a big cash business: is worth
double the amount asked; price only *10W. for n I
few-dnys only; now is the time to buy; see this
bargain today: every thing nicely equipped. Ap
ply to BEN WHITE, 221 w. Pint St. tf I
fI&QrT fir —GOOD OPENING] A NICE COR
-0»> 4 ft ncr store, dealing in butter, eggs,
cheese milk, cream, etc.; line place for a delicacy
store iv connection; receipts $14 a day and up;
! selling on RCCOUnt of sickness. Apply to REN
WHITE. 221 W. First st. 31tf
SA H lON AND GRt ie FRY — CONNECTED;
just past city limits; run by present owner
over.l years; long lease; remember licenses here
are only $1.1 a month: sure, paving Investment;
priceflOOO. See REN WHITE, 221 W. First st. tf
171.0H SALE-HALF INTEREST IN AN Ex
ceptionally favorable oil lease, with two good
producing wells, assuring hi? returns 011 the in
vestment. F. C. QARBUTT, 420 Stlmson block 19
£•1 ~d\ WOOD COAL. 1! AV7 GRAIN AND
«Jp I fJI/i feed yard; very good stain) for tbe
money horse, wagon, etc: apply to
HEN WHITE*, 221 W First st.
©1 "ROUTE WITH HORSE, WAGON
0 L. i «3 and a good, established business: pays
well, see MEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. if
SALE — ALL~ KINDS OF BUSINESS
1 chances; bad debts collected; established IssO.
EDWARD NITTINGER, 41 18. Los Angeles st.
I\' ANTED—RELIABLE 7 *!! AN ~WITH 812*
TT to take half Interest in butter, .egg and pro
duce business. Particulars at 800 W. Sixth st. 19
I HAVE A LA ROE N EMBER OF BUSINESS"
opportunities at good bargains. Call and see
s. p, CRESSINGER, 2:1: W. First st. lm3-3
FOR SALE -NICE LIST OF HOTELS AND
lodging houses: prices range irom 930U up
ward, s. p. CRESSINGER, 287 W, First st. 3-3
JF YOTJ wish TO DISPOSE OF YOUR Busi
ness without delay for cash, always go to
23 1. D. BARNARD, 117 1 2 S. Broadway.
\m& ANTED- YOisng"^~lENtXe^
TT of age; good looking; no bad habits: with
considerable money invested In business from
which he derives a comfortable revenue, and who
is too busy to court, desires to correspond with
some well-meaning young lady with a view to
matrimony; n<» triflers. Address with particulars,
Lock Box 721', Los Angeles, Cal. lit
r>ERSONAL —TO LOVERS OF FRESH
X roasted coffee from our giant coffee roaster,
Java and Mo: ha, 35c1b;6 lbs good Japan tea, il;
10 Ihs corn meal. 15c; Blot tapioca, 25c; 1; lbs buck
wheat. 25c: 10 lbs rnlsins, 25c-; 5 Ihs tigs, 25c; ti Ihs
apricots, 26c; B lbs beans. 25c; can brawn, I0c; dev
iled ham, sc; Scans oysters, '25c; 80 bars old mis
sion soap, *l; 2 pkts breakfast wafers. 15c; 50-1 b
sm k flour. 7oc; bacon, 10<-; pork, s l-2c. ECON
OMIC STORES, 800 S. Spring st.
T>ERSONAL - RALPH BROS.—GOLD BAR
X Hour, 80c; city Hour. 75c; graiiulnted sugar, 21
lbs ?i; brown sugar, 28 lbs |;; 7 lbs rolled wheat or
oats, sardines, 6 boxes 25c; tomatoes,2cans 15c;
7 bars German family soap,2sc; 5 gallons oil, <0c;
gasoline. Sfic; 3 packages starch, 25c; lard. 10-lb can,
75i': 5 lbs, 40c. «01 s. Spring street, corner Sixth.
(PHASE'S MARKET. 816 8. SI'RINO-5 LBS.
J boiling beef, 25c; 2 lbs round steak. 15c; rib
Steak, 6c; Sirloin, lenderlolit or porterhouse steak,
12 l-2c; stewing mutton. 3c; leg of mutton, 8c; rib
01 shoulder chops, 2 lbs 15c. Everything else in
proportion. < II ASF'S M ARK ET, tils S. Spring.
KEAL Estate AND LODGING HOUSES,
ranches anrl city property, sales and ex
trhanges perfected, house renting promptly at
tended to. M. P. BO WEN, 118 W. Second st. tf
I>ERSONA L- " PALMISTRY 7 ONE HAND
read free;every hidden mystery revealed;
life rend from cradle to grave without a mistake;
1 till sp. m . 11l 1-2 W. Third St.
I>EKSONAL - ELEC TRO THERAPEUTIC
baths; electric treatment scientifically given;
magnet!''and massage electricity. 25c. MRS. E.
ROBBINS, 421 S. Main st.
KE li M H NE W 800 X ON PALMIBTBY.
Free rending given to every purchaser, 204,
S. Spring St., opposite Hollenbeck.
"\ fM F. LECBOQ, FRENCH DRESSMAKER,
-*M i oi-. Sei .md nnd Main, next to cathedral.
LOST AND FOUND~
AU juirk. oontaiiiinß ki\v nnd . r io <-pnta. 1;. iurn
to I'JH s. Broadway and receive reward. 19
CITBAYSSn FROM 159 WKST THIRTIETH ST.,
~ otio sorrel Ully with I.allot. Receive liberal
TJIOI ND-BAM CI.TPB HORSES AT YOUR
X own pii.-f. North Broadway.
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
1> VI KNTS FOB INVENTION* IN a££
ooontrles obtained, hotiirbt and sold. Trade
marks, copyright*, otr., by 8. J, BAY & <:0., pat
ent attorneys; rooms 23:1-233 llradbury Ijulldhiir,
l.os Angeles. Estublished 1849.
HAZARD * TOWNSEND, 9 DOWNEY BLK.
Tel. 347, los Angeles.
Jr NIGHT BROS., PATENT LAWYERS AND
V- solicitors, go, SUrogon block. Kst. 18^3.
STOCKS, BONDS AND MORTGAGES.
ppS kai.k-Vartkr * bkk('lier,"mT;v
X ink brokers, represent leadlnjc propertios; ROld
silver, ropppr, lead, etc.; examinations made and
reports furnished hy the most competent and re
sponsible California experts: correspondence so
licited; information promptly Inrnislied. omVe
3-8 S. Broadway. 12-12 tf '
J class fitting (iresses call at 124 S. Main st
Dresses made from 64 up. MRS. BTOLTENBERO
• 236S S. Spring St.,
A splendid 10-acre orange orchard. In hearing;
good house and barn, and cash, for a farm In In
diana, Ohio or lowa.
-20 acres, adjoining elty,ln alfalfa, large house,
barn and fine orchard, for house and lot In city.
10-acre walnut grove near Anaheim, fi-room
house, good barn and out buildings, for house and
lot In this city. , . .. j
30 acres olives. 6 years old, all in fine shape, for
property in or near Los Angeles.
-*o acres near Burbank, fine new 7-room house
large barn and on.-buildings, 31 acres In bearing
fruit, balance In corn and alfalfa, for a good East
ern farm or property in Los Angeies,
Lop acres, all in bearing fruit; good house
and ham and highly Improved, for property near
Santa Ana or Cotton.
Some highly Improved income property In In
dianapolis for property In San Diego.
40 acres near Rlalto, all In bearing fruit of or
anges, peaches, apricots, and all free and clear;
flue house and outbuildings, splendid home; for
property in Los Angeles or San Diego.
Ino acres highly Improved, 25 acres In fruit, 25
acres in c lfalfa. balance in wheat and oats; good
house and barn: all fenced and cross-fenced, all
free and clear. I -r good Eastern improved farm.
-10 acres all In bearing oranges 9 blocks from post
office at Riverside, s-room house, large barn and
good out-bolldings (iot 84000 for orange crop this
year. Exchange for good Improved Eastern farm
j or business property In an Eastern city,
| $35 000—
j 220 acres near Ruena Park, 80 arres In alfalfa, 140
I acres in grain and fruits, two large houses, largo
j barn and all necessary out buildings, place all
I fenced and cross-fenced, farming implements and
stock for good Eastern Income property.
10 acres 1 mile from Covina nil in bearing fruit,
good house and barn, out-bulldlngs, all free aud
clear, for a house and lot In city.
30 acres 1 1-4 miles from Bloomington. 5-room
house, large barn and out-bulldlngs, 10 acres iv
bearing oranges, H acres in grapes, peaches and
apricots, 4 acres alfalfa, for city property.
l acre in centerof Santa Ana, 7-room house, large
barn. 40 fruit trees in hearing and place In splendid
condition, one of the finest homes in Santa Ana,
will exchange for home iv northwest partofcltv,
place all free and clear.
1 have some fine farms, alt clear and highly im
proved, In Los Angeles and Riverside counties:
also some elegant fruit ranches to exchange fbr
good Eastern property improved, and It will pay
you to write me or call on me, for I have a long;
list lo exchange. I have some fine clear Income
property in Portland, Ore., and some income prop
erty in South Bend. Wash., to exchange for a fruit
ranch or orange grove here.
A Bplendld livery stable doing a flue business for
a small ranch near here or In Riverside county.
Call and examine my list If you want an ex
change, or w rite me and I will see that you are
19 A. A. IRISH A CO.,
SfiMj S. Spring st.
~plOR EXCHANGE—HAVE 40-ACRE TRACT
of fine farm land, unimproved, located In one of
the best counties of northern Wisconsin, only 6
miles from a growing city, which I will exchange
for improved Southern California fruit lands; will
give some cash. What have you?
Address Q 60, this office. 2-15tf
TIOR EXCHANGE — 10-ROOM HO US™ 90
feet front, for a fruit ranch at or near Pomona,
or an alfalfa ranch near IjOs Angeles. SI acres of
farm land near Paso Robles. San Louts Obispo j
county, for a small alfalfa ranch near Los Angeles,
or a home in this city, 1 broom house on Grand
aye., close in, for a fruit ranch. 12-room house on
Second and Hope sts., for orange grove. A nice
place in this city to trade for a home In Pasadena.
Business block and other productive property In
Toneka, Kansas, for city or ranch property here.
A tine residence in Seattle for residence here, will
assume or pay cash difference. J. A. MORLAN,
Chamber of Commerce. 22S W. Ith st. 10-tf
mHE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAND AND
X Loan Exchange. 254 S. Broadway, D. W. Lewis,
manager— Unlimited choice bargains in all kinds of
Southern California realty; agents of the Exchange
are among the most reliable and conservative deal
era in Southern California. 2-l3lf
2 clear lots in Chicago suitable for flats or resi
dence, good location; for small houses or lots In
Los Angeles. W. P. LARKIN A CO., owners, 110
S. Broadway, Los Angeles. 20-tf
Ft) I t~E XCH ANO E ~T FINETZ-BOOM HOUSE
with barn and Inrge lot . southwest, for about 20
acres near city limits, suitable for alfalfa. Inquire
of A. .1. KASTON. 117 S. Main st. 25
THE LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
incorporated, located at 144 S. Main st., is the
largest and best equipped institution in Southern
California. It provides a thorough business edu
cation In the most practical way. The shorthand
department leads nil competitors, and is a great
success. Its department of penmanship Is con
ducted hy E. K. Isaacs, a teacher of national repu
tation. Day session open all the year. Night ses
sions Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights of
each week. Send for catalogue. E. R. SCHRA
DER, pres.; F. W. KELSEY, vlce-pres.; L. N.
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 276 S.
Spring st.; the oldest, largest and finest
equipped commercial school in Southern Califor
nia; a thorough course in the commercial branches
and hanking; a superior ana successful shorthand
and typewriting department and a practical Eng
lish course: new college rooms, perfectly lighted
and ventilated; electric elevator for pupils 7 use;
now furniture and appliances; open all the year;
pupils received at any time; Illustrated catalogue
and full Information free. G. A. HOUGH, presi
dent; N. C. FELKER. vice-president.
rjIHROOP POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, PAS
.I adena. offers manual training, Sloyd art. liter
ary, scientific, classical and normal departments.
See exhibit in Stlmson hlock. Los Angeles, or ad
dress PRESIDENT C. H. KEYES, Pasadena.
"871 ROBEL INSTITUTE, CASA DE ROSAS,
X Adams street, corner Hoover. Term opens
February 4th. Tuition, $100. Kindergarten depart
ment, $5 per month. Address all applications to
MME. CAROLYN M. N. CLAYERIE.
/ i IRLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL—
\JT 4I« W. Tenth st.
MISS PARSONS and MISS DENNEN.
\fRB. WEAVER JACKSON. MANICURING
i'X. for ladles and gentlemen; specialist in com
plexion department; electrolytic removal of super
fluous hair. 206-7-8 Stlmson hlock: tel. 1256.
OPIUM, MORPHINE AnFc~CAINE~HABIT
successfully treated; no failures, no hindran
ces from business; consultation strictly confiden
tial ; hours 1 :S0 to sp. m. 304 Stlmson block. 17
DA NOR UFF PERM AN ENTLY CUREdTkX
aminatton free: also chiropody, manicuring,
shampooing, etc. VACY STEER. 121 1-2 S.
DR. R. O. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC OPTl
cian, with the Los Angeles Optical Institute;
eyes examined free. yz?> S. Spring st.
; MASSAQB AND ELECRTICITY.
MISS DARRELL, F
dass massage treatment. Rooms 11 and 12
355. s. Spring. 2-8 30
MISS LILY, LATE FROM PARIS, GIVES
scientific massage; hand-rubbing, alcohol
and perfumed baths; attendants. Parlor 18, 142 S.
MISS MARY STONE? MASSAGE TREAT
nient. 138 1-2 N. Spring St., room 22. 2-28
CSEE VERA CLAIR, THE" FAMOUS MAS
IO sage and vapor baths, 528 W. Seventh. 2-21
M ADAME DE LEON—BATHS, MASSAGE;
electro-magnetic treatment j 416 1-2 S. Spring
TURKISH AND OTHI^BATHS^
rjIURKIBH AND OTHER BATHS.
Both departments of the Hammam have been
thoroughly cleaned and refitted. Ladles' depart
ment open from Ba.m.to» p. m. Sundays, 8 a.m.
to 12 m. Gentlemen's department open day and
night, except Sunday afternoon. We give Turk
ish, Russian, Sulphur, Electric, Salt, Medical and
other baths. Massage given at "huths" or private
homes. H. O. BROOKS, Proprietor.
230 south Main st.
B. WAITE, 2U W.
geles, Cal.; views made to order gunrantued.
Largest assortment S. California views.
JJHOTOS, ANY SIZE, $1. .PLAZA GALLERY.
I~3UB TINTYPES," NICEST " FINISI™ 25c;
cabinets, $1 do/,.: at the tent. Cpper Maiu st.
CHOICE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
coffees, spices and olives. LUDWIG &
WAGNER, telephone 55j.
SALE aTY PROP^TY^
fIOR sai.B HY
REN FRO, DuBOIS A CUMMINGS.
121 % W. Tlitrrt at., stlmson Block.
Beautiful home on Seventh st„ worth $8000;
must be sold at a great sacrifice; see us about this
$2600 -A lovely home en Twelfth si., between
Georgia Bell and Sentous streets; cement Side
walks ; house brand new,; all modern conveniences;
will nelson very easy terms.
12400—A good 5-room cottage on Trenton street;
cement sidewalks; sewer connection; everything
. first-class; on easy time.
South Olive street between First and Second, A3
feet with 2 good houses: one in rooms, the other 5
rooms, will sell this tine property at a bargain.
We have some good bargains in ranch property
toofFerln Savannah and El Monte, nnd orange
lands In Monrovia.
Good huilding lot on Bonnie Brae, just oiT
Lot 50x150, South Walnut street, $450.
Fine lot on San Julian, In Moran tract, Just off
To exchange--20 acres just outside city limits of
Sacramento; will sell or exchange for Los Angeles
If you .wish to sell or exchange your property
quickly, list with us.
We loan money at 6 per cent to build homes on
the installment plan. Before borrowing to build,
call and see us.
RENFRO, DuBOIS A CUMMINGS,
20 !2i'a W. Third st., Stlmson Block.
The Hammel * Denker tract
before buying elsewhere.
GET OUR PRICES.
This tract is bounded by
Main, Santee, Ninth and Eleventh
streets, consequently Is
For a speculation.
There Is nothing better In
COOK St PARSONS, sole Agents,
244 S, Broadway. IS
GRIDER A DOW,
100-' a South Broadway.
- CITY LOTS,—
$25 down and $10 a month without interest will
btiy a tine lot on a graded street with cement walks.
IS minutes ride from tho business center. Price
only 8160. See this.
8350 will buy a .id-foot lot on Fourteeenih street,
set to hearing fruits, half a block from the electric
cars. This must be sold within a week. See this.
SWO wMI buy a tine lot on Pico st., half a block
from electric cars.
$600, choice lot on Adams st. New residence, to
cost $3.1.10, going up on adjoining lot; one block
from electric cars. Price only $600.
81100, tine building lot on Santee St., between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth sts. This lot is 200 feet
deep. Adjoining lots held at 81S00, GRIDER A
DOW| 108 1-2 B. Broadway. 19
QT SE A~BUYS .11-2 ACRES OF EXBA FINE
%p i uU land, location unsurpassed, no frosts
or fogs, 0 shares of water, 1-2 acre in blackberries
which produced 2 tons hist year; 1-2 mile front
depot, school.church and store ; the best bargain out.
*3t~ Xl i — I'OVKLY COUNTRY HOME, ONE
w i *j\J acre fine land. 6-room bouse,barn,
plenty of w ater, close to depot, store, pusiotilccnud
church, 30 minutes drive from city.
$200 per acre will buy 40 acres just outside the
city on the south, adjoining lands held at $300 to
MOO per aero. Buy this nnd double your money
inside of 12 months. This belongs to' a non-resi
dent, and must be sold.
(450 per acre will buy 20 acres just south of the
city, a little west of the University car line. Can
subdivide and sell In lots for three times the price
96500—10 ncreß, set solid to bearing lemons and
oranges. Fine residence, large grounds sot to
Choice plants, shrubs aud climbing vines. Here
all kinds of tropical vines thrive In winter; abso
lutely no frost. This place is only 15 minutes'
drive from the business center.
GRIDEB A DOW.
19 108*4 s - Broadway.
THE TRACT OF HOM ES—GRIDER A DOW'S
Adams street trnct; 300 50-foot residence lots,
corner Of Adams street and Central avenue;
Adams street 82 feet wide, and Twenty-eighth
street 100 feet wide, both lined with palm trees;
streets graveled ; cement walks anil curbs; water
piped; 175 lots sold and over 40 houses built in the
last four months. Rich sandy loam; no mud: the
healthiest portion of the city. Examine this tract
now uud compare It with other properties. Lots
are i»3oo and up, on easy terms. Special Induce
ments to those who will build at once. Central
aye. double track electric car line runs through this
tract. Take the Central avenue cars at corner of
Second anil Spring streets: the rldo takes only 12
minutes. Agents at our branch office on the cor
ner of Central avenue and Twenty-ninth street
will show the property. For views of the tract,
maps and all Information, write or call on us. Free
carriages at all times. GRIDER A DOW, IOS'., s.
Broadway. Telephone 1390. 3-tf
RIDER A DOW
CENTRAL AVENUE TRACT,
Adjoins their celebrated Brlswnlter and Adams
street tract, and contains 82 flue building lots
frontlngon Central aye., Thirty-first and Thlrtv
second sts. which are graded and curbed und have
cement walks, shade trees planted und water
piped; sandy loam sotl.no mud; we have put the
price so low and the terms so easy that every lot
will Bell within 30 days; prices $100, 8125, $15) to
$225; terms, $25 down, balance $10 a month, or a
liberal discount for cash; no Interest will be
charged on lots sold during the next 80 days; once
more yon have an opportunity to buy residence
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
Spring and Second sts., to our branch otlice at the
corner of Twcnty-ulnth st.. where our agents will
show the property; free carriages to the tract. For
maps and prices see GRIDER A DOW, 109' i S.
Broadway. 18 tf
ni"! LOVELY FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE
RUV/U with lot 100x125, close to electric cars,
price for a few days $500 on easy terms.
$2500 will btry a brand new 7-room residence; flue
reception hall, winding stairway; large double
parlors; elegant mantel and grate; large pantry
and closets; piped for hot and cold water ; marble
washstand; patent water-closets; house finished in
yellow pine throughout; cement walk. Lot 50x150,
within one block of electric cars; street graded and
(traveled ; cement curbs and walk. See this at once.
Only $2500 on easy terms.
94500 will buy a Hne home of 12 rooms; all mod
ern conveniences, finished In red cedar, elegant
reception hall and stairway, double parlors, two
fine mantels nnd grates; corner lot, 10,)xl50, Grand
avenue, yard set to palms and choice flowers;
owner compelled to sell. See this at once, only
übout 15 minutes from the business center*
GRIDER & DOW,
Io9? a ' South Broadway. 19
For sale-Lovely new 5-room cottage with all
modern Improvements, reception hall, mantel,
grate, hot and cold water, marble w ashstand, bath,
pantry and closets, front and back porches, lot 50
a 130 to alley, 12 minutes ride from the husiness
center by electric car, street graded and gravelled,
cement walk and curbs, can he sold for SI4OO if
taken at once, easy terms, See
GRIDER A DOW,
20 10B?i S. Broadway.
$1000—Lot on Maple avenue, near Tenth St.
4700--Lot on Ocean avenue.
$600--Lot on Bonnie Brae st,
$350—Lot on Bryant avenue, Urniston tract.
$25(>0--Lot on (irand avenue, corner.
ERNEST G. TAYLOR,
21 214 N. Spring st.
T7HJR. SALE -84800, FINE B-ROOM HOUSE,
X hath nnd barn, in East Los Angeles, close to
car line; lot 60x185; ?)loi>, elegant lot, 50x150, on
Santee, between Twelfth and Pico; other choice
property in city; call and see. J. K. CHALM
ERS, real estate and Insurance, room moandlll,
New Wilson block, southeast corner First and
171 OB SALE—OR, TRADE, A FINK 18-ROOM
J house, northeast corner of First st. and Fre
mont aye,; "Redondo," n 23-room house In ft good
location for business; lot on Nob H ill tract; all
must be sold nt a sacrifice. 806 W, Third st. BELL
A SARICHI. 24
The finest tract for subdivision In the city;
close In. on car lino and cheap.
SMITH O O'BRIEN,
21 147 S. Broadway.
FOR RA liE^TWOBUSINESS LOTH • STREETS
graded and sewered. Price $1700. Also 10 acres
12 miles from this olty; living water; ?10oo; owner.
Must be sold in ten days. Address C, box 60, this
IjlOR SALE -TIIIS IS A BARGAIN. $2,000.
A corner close in. Fine view, close to cable
cars. Both streets graded. First-class location.
Buy this and make money. WM. F. BOSHY -
SHELL, lift ft. Broadway. 20
FOR SALE—ONE FINE ™LOT T.V FAI It
mount trnct for $1000, worth $120.).
W. P. LARKIN A CO.,
20tf i io s. Broadway.
FOR BALE-87W FEET WEST SIDE TOWNK
aye.; CCOO; easy terms. Inquire fiud E. Third
VT*OBTON A KENNEDY,
Real Estate and Investrrient Brokers,
131 S. Broadway,
Orange and walnut groves a specialty.
Large ranches for subdivision.
Gilt edge city property.
LOTS! LOTS LOTS;
LOTS! LOTS! LOTS!
AT HIGHLAND PARK.
Just outside city on electric road; finest lots now
on the market; size of lots from .50 to 150 to lor
more acres, just as yon WUDI line balmy climate
and the best of spring water.
These lots will be sold on long time If desired.
Houses built to order.
Call and be shown the best bargains lv the mar
ket. W. P. LARKIN A CO.
2-ltf Owners, 110 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
JJi'-|V A MONTH PAYS FOB A LOT IN
ii?* 1 fj the Kohler tract, near Seventh St.;
streets graded, graveled, curbed, cement walks;
f 23 new houses; why nre there more houses build
ing in the Kohler tract than elsew here? Because
the Kohler lots nre the cheapest; three-quarters of
mile from post ofllce. A snap: New. cosy, elegant
bouse, 4 rooms, hath, closets, beautiful hardwood
mantel, a gem, forsll6o. W. J. FISHER, 227 W.
Second st. 19
WN A PS, ONLY BY T. WIISEN DANGER, 227
W, Second st.
$400-56 by 180 feet near Twenty-second st.
$*2.50 per acre—io acres bos: irrigated land, Wal
nut Colony; $lo cash. 8 years time. t> per cent.
ft 1000-50x135 ft. near West Adams st., amidst pa
lattal residences, or 82000 fir 100x135 feet.
$1100—3 ueres, W. Washington St..
■1800—10 lots, W. Washington st.
$2100—100x201) feet, t tots near Pearl «cd Pico sts.
£2500—The finest COmi rln Harper tract.
|10,000— ltm acres Santa Tc Springs. 10
Til.OR SALE—BB7S WILD BUY A 1800 LOT ON
X Thirty-sixth street, near Main. 50x125; also
20 choice lots on electric line, between Los Att*
geles and Pasadena; lotsfmm 50x150 to 200x800 feet
sold on lone time; houses built to order; come and
take a free trip out and iret a choice lot; no money
down to those w ho build at once.
W. P. LARKIN A CO..
lOt! 110 S- Broadway.
-1710R SALE BY W. I. FISHER, 227 W. SEC-
X ond st.— $14 a foot, lots. Kohler st., near Sev
enth; $15 a root, lots, Merchant St., near Seventh;
MOD, a snap, new house, 6 rooms, hard finished,
Kohler st.; $1850, new house, ri rooms, bath, Kohler
st.; $82.50, a. $10 cash. 8 years' credit. 6 per cent, 10
acres; $750, a., 12 acres, near electric cars, Univer
sity; wmited §404*0, 10S U gross, on city property,
rents 24 per cent. 20tf
Ft ) R SA]7e—ssooo. $3000 CASH~WILL BUY
large 8-room, two-story flue house, nil modern,
on corner lot. 100x118 feet; this place is southwest,
on electric line | will BOOn be worth $10,000.
Also a number of other good houses, southwest,
from $1500 up. \V. P. LARKIN A CO.,
20-tf 110 s. Broadway.
• 213 W. First St.
Real Estate and Fire Insurance.
20 fine bargains In houses, from ?600 to $2000;
some that must be «ou.l and will go at burgalns.
W. P. LARKIN A CO.,
20tf no h. Broadway.
I Ti OR sALE-sNAr.'sir.'o.' 5-ROOM COTTAGE.
7 bath, patent clo*et, new, built days work;
street graded. sewerM and cement walk, near
Pearl and Pico: owners going away, must sell.
JOHN L. PAVKOVI'TI, 220 \V. First st. 19
X 45 feet west side s, Main st., 8200 per foot.
SMITH it O'BUIEN,
■Jin 147 S. Broadway.
1710R BALE W EST HALF OF LOTS 4 AND 5,
. hlock 29. Hancock's survey, 85 acres, near oil
Weill In the N. W. quarter of the city. Apply to
C. M. STEP 11.ENS, room 00, Temple block. Istf
"OACIFIC LOAN ciiMPAN> .
Loans money in any amount on all
ktndl of collateral securities, dia
monds, jatrelryj sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, Iron and
steel safes without removal. Partial
payments received. Money quick.
Business confidential. Private office
W.E DE GROt IT. Manager,
Rooms 1, :; and 4. 114 S. Spring st.
TT™ Nl< >N ~IA lAN COM pAN V .
Loans money on nil khids of collateral security,
wat.'hes. diamonds, seidskius and furniture In
lodging and hoarding-houses ami on pianos without
removal: also on tv mds. stocks and mortgages; low
interest; money at once; mshiess ciinrhhmtlal; pri
vate office for ladies, room 112. CLARK A.SHAW,
manager, rooms 111 and 112, first floor, Stlmson
M< »NX V TO LOAN tVN Dla'mON D™
watches, jewelry, siskins, etc.; also on pia
nos, merchandise. Iron and steel safes, furniture in
lodging houses, hoarding lis US OS nnd hotels without
removal: also on city and country property; low
interest; can have money at once; business confi
dential; private oflice fot ladles. GEO. S. ROBIN
SON, 233 W. First Bt„ roum»)2 aud 3«
T>6~~iEXTER & WADSAVORTII, BROKERS,
.1 805 W. Second st,, buy nnd tell mortgages,
stocks, bonds and any good securities; if you wish
to lend or borrow or invest In real estate call on us;
collections made and property munnged for non
MONEY TO LOAN IN riUMS TO SUIT ON
any good collateral; business strictly confi
dential: loans negotiated on city aud country
property. W. E. DEMING. 211 W. First St.,
rpl) LOAN - UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
1 small loans; no commissions; light expense.
SECURITY LOAN A TRUST <'0., 223 S. Spring.
M~ ONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE AND~SMALL
amounts; long or short time. S. P. ORES*
SINGER, 237 W. First st. 3-3
OO f\nCi TO LOAN ON CITY PR(H~
mJiUUU erty, from (2000 up. W. P
LARKIN. 110 S. Broadway. 20-tf
rpb loaN- money" in sums to suit at
L reasonable rates. WM. F. BOSUYSHELL.
11fi S. Broadway. tf
rpb LOAN—MONEY ON PERSONAL BFXX'R-
J_ lty. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 120 W. First St.
Money"to loan—smith a vbrien. 147
s. Broadway. 2-6-tf
mi) LOAN—SIOO TO $100,0J0; of,'TO 8 NET. 220
X W. First st. 8-5-tf
ONEY TO iIOAN"~™SUMB TO SUIT 220
W. First st.
TO LOAN—MONEY ON PERSONAL NOTES.
220 \y. First st. 78-tf
FOR RENT-HOUSES, i
rpOLET—HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS, ALL MODERN
X improvements, line yard, some choltn fruit.
Southwest corner of Pearl and Tenth streets. Call
on OWNER, 544 South Hill street. Also nleather
top huggy and harness for sale very cheap. 10
T7IOR RENT-LARGE Lisp OF HOUSES IN
X all parts of the city. S. P. CRESSINGER, 237
W. First, st. ,;t--;
X houses in all parts of the city. S. P. ORBS'
SINGER, 237 W. First st. 3-;
THE DENVER, lit N. MAIN ST.; FINK
furnished fobms, $1.5 » per week and up; center
/ 1 RAND PACIFIC. 423 s'. SPRING ST.; FINE
yX large rooms; $3 per week and up.
mO LET—TWO SUNNY F URN I she I) rooms
X at 054 S. Hill si. 22
I PIANO FOR RENT, t*.6o PER
J month, or will sell on easy payments. 508 S
Broadway. 2-17 11
S~ A. LANON - SURGEON CHIROPODD3T;
• pedicuring for ladies und gentlemen; 208
stlmson block, corner Third and Spring; Sunday
hours, hi to 4.
Af lIS. L. .1. KENNEDY, 'MANICURE AND
JJM- chiropodist; moles nnd hair removed hy
electric needle. Crocker block, 212 S. Broadway.
MISS C. STAFFER! CHIROPODIST; 1. \
. dies' masseuse. 'Jit W. First st., opp. Nadeau.
DR. B~ ZACHAU,SURGEON chiropodist!
121 S. Main st., moms 4 olid 5.
I NOR BALE—BARGAINS— STANDARD UP
' right piano, slightly used, 9285, Handsome
[vers A Pond piano, snap hnrgalu. not much
used, $285; worth $400, Largest size cabinet grand
piano, 8 pedals, Walnut DOM, fine torn-. $270, cash ot
Installment* KOHLER a CHASE,3BBB.Spring
K. COW AN, Mlilt. TlKis." IIT B. "VAU
. ueyiCda.t'aflenf for Itainblerbtcyoles. T,le
phone 1351. s. Spring Bt.
B level.k, iiriiiiv AND i.ivkhv v.. tioAT.
B V KLI/* 'KAIIH : Ii l", "ttEATT"'KsrATK A Nil
liiftinuiicu ugenla; uiouty loanya ul o jifi-t-t'tu.
;uo W. Third st. 12-7 If
! **** <SS3SBKJS^^s^
San^TatTnto" aniPpleasant y alley
Irrigatlnndlstriet hasthe combination of choice
I land, ample water supply, fine climate, schools,
churches and railroad facilities. Prices so low that
men of moderate means run purchase. Fine farm
ing, fruit and dairying lands.
We have Ihree special bargains, 400, lfifl, 150 acres
at forced sale; Intending buyers cannot fail to BUT*
chase after learning full particulars.
Southern Nevada lands, ol our own 3e!ection,»nd
survey, on the lines of project* l railways ht t'.f. en
I-os Angeles and salt Lake City; elf mat* aud soil
unsurpassed; $1.50 per ucre; 50 cents cash, balance
25 years at 6 per cent If desired: tule perfect; no
residence or improvem -nts on lands required. Full
particulars, rending matter and maps turntshefl.
43 acres, Artesla. near creamery, choice neigh
borhood, tine house, excellent improvements,
20 acres for alfalfa or grain, fi miles south from
center of city ; tine property ; har«ain.
Fine place at Orange; modern house; 10 acres in
oranges; several acres in extensive variety of de
ciduous fruits; very desirable home.
mo tv wed LOY A HV It IN, W S. Broadwa*
JjEFORE BUYING Fit FIT' LANDS GET
pamphlet describing lands unrivaled for semi-ttop
ical fruits and nuts ueur Phoenix, Ariz.; earliest
fruits, best quality, Ideal climate, no frosi, fogg,
sandstorms, scale or other Insect pests; 5 acres up
wards; easy terms.
Address B 10, this office. 2-l3tf
HOMES FOR ALL.
Choice fruit, berry and farming lands. One mils
outside city and near the new Pasadena electric
road, in tracts to suit, at $60j ?so, $12* to $100 per
acre, on easy terms; take the electric cars oa
spring stroet to Highland Park post office. Our
agent there will she t the land, or fre« carriage
from our office to the tract. GRIDER A DO\V,
lOfl'j S. Rrondwsy. 9tf
IjjlO RSAL E - FRF IT LANDS IN THE~™>
Mission Maolay rancho, near San Fernanda
and Pacolma on the Southern Pacific railway,
within easy reach of the city; 1100 feet above sea
level; delightful climate: $73 per acre, on easy
terms; also good building lots in West Los Angeles
on the University electric ear line. Apnly to the
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNI V,
rooms fi and 7, Phillips Block Annex, Los Angeles;
special prices for cash. 8-i
?so per acre, acres first-class alfalfa land.
$40 per acre, 160 acres alfalfa, close in.
$lon per acre. 40, .10 and tiO acre blocks at city 11 ra
its; terms easy. W. P. LARKTX A CO.,
110 S. Broadway.
2l)tf Headquarters for Chit-ago Buyers.
FOR SALE CHEAP—LANDS
Near this olty, only $123 per acre* elegant sub
irrigated orchards in first-class condition. Also
unimproved Innd in tracts to suit, $5 oto $75 per
acre. Buy now and double your money before
twelve months. McKOON A JACKSON, 234
West First Street. 22
COM P0LSORV SALE OF LAND TO~~CLOSE
out an estate; 320 acres of grazing and fanning
land In Tulare county, Cal., 10 miles northeast of
Vlsalla, 1 mile distant from Kaweah station, on
Southern Pacific railroad. Apply ut once to.IOS.
MESMBR, administrator, Los Angeles. Cal. 217
"O ELINQUISHMENT OF 180 ACRES OP
XVmoist sand loam in artesian district, where
pure soft water can be obtained for less than $2.00
per acre, In this county near railroad, to exchange
for live stock or farm Implements. 126 W. 8d st, lOif
" sali"-(-hea"pT i xccßsToNsrsr
X perlor fruit lands, water *old with land In
definite quantity, delivered In steel pipes under
pressure, reservoir capacity six billion gallons,
HEMET LAND CO, Baker Block. Los Angeles.
TjlOR SALE -12 FRUIT ranches. 0000
X bargains, from 10 acres up to 500, close In; 8
choice orange groves. In full bearing, on easy
terms, w. p. LARKIN A CO., no B.Broadway.
OR BALE—I HAVE FOB, SALE IN THE
great alfalfa belt of Compton. ranches from
$700 up; nothing but genuine bargains listed. Call
on or address O. S. STONE, Compton, Cal. ,28
IjlOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN—3 SKc
Hons of good land In Keru county. Inquire
418 South Spring street.
FOR SALE—MISCELLA NEOI S.
171 OR BALE—THE NEW HOME SEWING
Machine Company offer for the next SO days
tiie following bargains—Whites, Standards, Auto
matics, Singers, Domestics, Davis, Households,
etc., from $12 to $15. on payments of $1 per week.
340 S. Spring st. Branch, 86 E. Colorado, Pasadena.
FOR SALE—AN ELEOANT NEW ITHimiT
piano: will take board nnd room in part OS
change. Address J., box 80. this otlice. 23-1 r
UITXIt~ETd~IANT _ RO~3W
Vf" Case A Carcasses instruction, very cheap.
(>52 S. Broadway, cor. Seventh. ' 21
cheap. T., box 20. this office.
FOR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
to stilt, at this omco.
FOR SALE--UVE STOCK.
FOBS ALE AND EXCH ANO E—FJ NEB l N<; i. k
and double drivers, buggies and harness, B. F.
BACON, rear MS S. Broidway. 2-8-tf
FRED HVNEF HAS ORNAMENTAL aNO
decftTuous fruit trees, large variety: 2rj w.
Fourth St, Call or write.
SALE tiOSPER FILLY. iS'EARSOLB
X good roadster. Southeast corner of clintou
and Vermont avenue. 18
CTIEXEY'&OROXIX— NW. COR. KRANKLH?
and New Jllyli sts., Los Angeles. Rooms I'JL
13, 11, Abstract and Title Insurance t.lo.'k.
I>KC X * FOLEY." ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, »
and !t, Moore block, 110 Court st.
MX. YorxVi. .VITC>RXEY-AT-LA\Y, 4(5
. Uraill.iliv liuildinß.
(>|HICAGO BEPAIRINO CO., JaTmATOb]
j 163 \V. Fifth st. Repairs made for any stove
lii the tj. 8. Patterns made to order. 15
(1 A SOI,I x X BTt >V ES CLEANED,
X Tel. mis, lU, At KM AX. 10.1 >nrlnn st.
THE LUXURY OF SHABBINESS
There is a luxury of shabViness which
exceeds any feeling which hai its root In
pride. It is the luxury of a kind wlfuh
loves above all things to avoid trouble' and
to feel the advantage of a sor; of disguise
which increases real freedoit of action.
When Harourj al-Raschid woo about in
Bagdad fn the disguise of a merchant, he
pcobably felt twice as powerful a> he <1 id
when he Bat on the throne of the Caliphs,
for he felt twice as free. Hi was fr&s to
act like an ordinary citizen, hud yet free
also to resume Ins soverign" prMer
at pleasure. To orcliia ry in en,
the comfort of shabbitess, where
shabbiness is not )nsfDSed tvnori
them by their narrow inepme. is that
they feel really at liberty t» spend ex
actly a$ they please. Without conforming
to anybody else's judgmeii t>f what it
would become them to do. Besides, even
the richest man or woman it unwilling to
expose good clothes to iniiry qr ruin,
whereas, it is sometimes qvjte a relief to
find a suitable occasion tir repudiating
clothes of which one is werry, partly be
cause they are so presuminj, and > mmv to
claim a right over you, aul Beein to pike
it for granted that you canuever turn off
such old and Irieil mends.'
, Now, if the convention <»f soct.et&re*
Utrictvour liherty in one viiy, the hajlita
of which you have got weify restrict if in
mother, ami you never feeiso free as when
you arc dressed In shabby clothes, for the
protection of which youjfeel no kind of
ahsciety, and yet which yai would not he
borry for an opportunity omnally discard*
Ing! The last uses of a ship by suit are the
plea san test uses. You fel no responsl*
bilftv for them, and \jt you are not
unwilling to lind an ojpurtunity for v
niptire with a disguise mrah yon bejel v
to t Inuk a little uuworliy of you/* In
shabfrkr clothes you persupe yourself that
your dignity is all Intertf, and thai you
have no need to dress tolustain ir. lint
none tue less you anticiate Without un
mixed regret tiie prospaqof assuming a
coslitmejiiore in pro pi irlpn to yuiirTin
tHnaip merits. And whji you can com*
bime tin! freedom'Of a nearly woru-ou' u
dress Wltl the antiripa. >n of casting -off
the cryaaln and coming arili like a Ifut
tertiy, you, are probal t at the btga
water murk of BeU utisfan ion. To
unite the Been sense i being
titleil to dress well, am of the intention J
to justify th.it title, is perhaps the terytm
abme of' any luxury tliaf clothes can dQjh
fcr. You enaiy your troud sunerloY/ty
doubly, iirst m paradin your indifference
to the* "accidents" of ijess, and next in
the immediate 1 ' prospal of properly as
serting that on a fitting aud
near occasion.— l-undo Spectator.
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