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The Herald LOS ANOF.I.E9. CALIFORNIA. Published by The llEIUtn Publishing Co. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per week 9 20 Per month 80 BY MAIL, -Including po. tage): Dally Herald, one year 8 00 DAily Herald, six njonths 4 25 Dally Herald, three months 2 25 Daily Herald, one month 80 Weekly Herald, one year 1 50 Weekly Herald, six months 1 00 Weekly Herald, three months 50 Filtered at the postofflce at Los Angeles as second-class matter. ANNOUNCE/TENTS. The papers of all delinqttfnt mail subscribers to the Daily Herald „ill be promptly discon tinued hereafter 1 . No papers will he sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. No contributions returned. SPECIAL NOTICES. - J 312 S. Main st. •Tacts are stubborn thimrs." yet 'tis a fact we sell the best high-back oak chair ever sold here for ■1.00, and our SV ones are real "stunners" and don't yon forgot it. Yes, and you ought to see those "large oak rockers for 83.50, and those ieiil French plate cheval bedroom sols for 920.00. New combination sets for ttO.OJ. Extension tables for |4.011. Antique bookcases for*3.lKl. '-V'GTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TH Vl' A meeting of the stockholders of California lm jiroveuieul * Commercial Co. w ill bo held TBBTO- Say, March 7th. iwn at 7:30 p.m., in the reception room of the Maccabe. sTemple, 1" 8. Main st . the old Chamber ofCommerce. for the election of Of fice tH and Hie transaction of such' Other iiusiness a mar need the attention Of ihe company, .1. B. MULLEN, Sec. Los Angeles. Feb. mh, IS.,, .1-7 rpHE MALADIES WE ABE Most 1 frequently called upon lo treat are in the track or the alimentary canal, and particularly the stomach, than which no or.an fs richer In vessels. Khilids and nerves. Gastritis or Inflam mation of the stomach wae claimed by the groat BfOUSsals as nearly tbe foundation of human mal adies. Special attention to this ilass by DR. PII.K INGTON. at H.')', s. Spring st. a OTICE—THH l-os ANGELES CITY J> Water company will strictly enforce the fol lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling are be tween 0 and 8 o'clock a.m. and G and 8 o'clock p.m. For a violation of tbe Above regulation the water will bo shut ot? and a Hue of 82 will be charged be fore the water will be tinned on again. rpii i 5a Fe deposit box bsof the s pa rs X. LOAII and Trust company are enclosed In a Hre proof and burglar-proof vault with time locks and brilliantly lighted with «t*otilclt>N alcoves at tached lor the private examinalloii of valuables, whh writing inatci ials; a young lady in attend ance. J' A DIES HAVE YOUR PACE SCIKNTIF- U Ically massaged and Bteamed in tho latest Lon don style by an expei lenced Engliali specialist just arrived in l.os Angelea. Pimples, black heads, wrjnknsfl and oily skin eradicated permanently. Offiae hours. 10 to 2, and 4t07 p. in. Rooms l! and 7, 4-I'i'a s. spring St.: telephone, .118. o 1" TiOK SALE—THE NEW Home SEWING 1 Machine Company offer for the next 3J days the follow ing bargains—Whites, Standards. Auto matics, singers, Domestics. Davis. Households, etc., from 312 to -i-i. ou payments of ?1 per week. 840 S. Spring st. Branch. 85 K. Colorado, Pasa lona. 4-4 TjSOR BALE—THE -NI LES TRACT;" LoTS ijf X? this beautiful tra. t arc now fdr sale at pi-lees ranging from ?tio(! imWards: these iois are sold oidy to parties who w ill bail 1 good houses. POINDEX TER i WADSWORTH, Mi W. Second St. ESMlN'B"fEmale pills" AS iifii• monthly medicine for immediate relief for painful and irregular menses—from whatever cause. For sale by GEO. H. FREEMAN CO., 102 N. Spring St. Price. $2 per box. 1' " ADIiSS, YOUR OLD 11 ATS MADE NEW, j cleaned, dyed, reshaped, latest styles. .Vie STRAW WORKS, 451 S. Spring St.. bet. 4th A* sth. ACHINBRY "DIES "AND TOOLS MADE and repaired. J. YON SEBKEY, 216 S. Los Angeles st, Tel. 033. N HONOR ABLE "MARK lAGF. " BUREAU; 10 cents for details; confidential. I. o. box 470, Los Angeles. FOB CONCORD WAGONS CALL AT BIG Tree Carriage Works, 12s Sau Pedro si. 2s F.""BLOPER7hOUSE MOVER, OFFICE 12 > Center place. ED U CATI ON A L. rpHE LOS ANGELES SWINESS COLLEGE X. Incorporated, located at 144 s. Main s:., i- the largest and best equipped InstitiiCon in Southern California, It provides a thorough business edu cation In the most practical way. The shorthand department leads all competitors, ami is a great success. Tts department of peitmuiis!ii|i Is con- j ducted by E. K. Isaacs, a teacher ol" national repu tation. Day session open all the year. Night acs i elons Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights ol j each week. Send for catalogue. E. K. SCHRA* DER, pres.: F. W. KELSEY, vice-pies.; L. N. I INSKEEP. sec. \ITOODBURY BUSINESS COI,[,E(4E. 27.1 s. ! TT Spring St.; the oldest, large,; and finest ! equipped commercial school lv Southern Califor* j dim; a thorough course in the commercial branches and banking; a superior aim successful shorthand and typewriting department and a practical Kng llsh course: new college rooms, perfectly lighted ' and ventilated; electric elevator for pupils' use; new furniture and appliances; open all the year; pupils received at any time; illustrated catalogua I and full information free. G. A. HOUGH, presl- i dent; X. C. FELKEII. vice-preaident, a" tHBOOP POLYTECII NIC INS I ITUTE, PAS . adepa, offers manna! training, Sloyd art, litnr- ' ary, sch-nlilic, claaaioal ami normal departments See exhibit In Stimson block, Los Angeies, or ad dress PRESIDENT C. 11. KEYES, Pasadena. FBOBEL INSTITUTE, CASA 111-: ROSAS, Adams street, corner Hoover. Term opens February 4th. Tuition, 1109, Kindergarten depart* ment, IS per month. Address all applications to I MME. CAROLYN M. N. CLAVERIE. GIRLS' COLLEGIATE Srllu ii. -«IU W. Tei.th st. MISS PABgONS ami Miss IIENXEN. DENTISTS. _____ 18S2- Established—lBB2 DR. li. W. WELLS-EXTRACTION PAIN- ! less: cood crowns, brtdgework and teeth Without plates a specially. Cor. Spring and First : •ts.. Wilson block. Telephone latin. ADAMS BRos.' DENTAL PABLORS, 2,tro, ; .S. Spring at.; painless extraction and tilling; i plates, (8, *>, sin; all work guaranteed; estab. 10 1 years. Hours 8-3, Sundays 10-12. Gl H. KBIECHBaTumTdENTIBT,2IBSOUTH ' f. Broadway, entrance through Westervelt's Studio. Office flours, 8:;lj to I"J ami 1 too. LUDWIG SEMLER, D. D. B.—DENTAL OK- 1 flee, room 1, 114 s. Spring st.; office hours, v to ! 12 and 1 :.1u lo 5. ALBANY DKNTAI. i'A IU.ORS-1. EftMA X- i American bank building. A set of teeth jii. Best S. S. white teeth, ;10 per set. K. WILDER, Corner Seventh and Main sts. Telephone 1031. DR. KEXXET)Y7"bEXT!BT, I St.. rooms 2, 8 and 7. Painless extraction. I" IBANK STEVENS, '824 = , s. SPRING ST. o]icn Sundays and evenings; electric light. TUCKF.It, DENTIST, 1-"', s. spring si. i PI R. DENTI.?T; CALIFOR » nla Bank building „ . _„ EXCURSIONS. T.IXI UIiSIONS lo THE !. \-, "th'e"'lkX ' J.J vorite personally conducted excursions of the : Sanla Ke route leave l.os Angeles every 'I liurs- I day morning ot 7 o'clo.-k; Pullman upholstered Sleeping cars run without change Los Angeles to Chicago, Kansas City, St. I,mils and Si. Paul with ! an annex cur to Boston; the greal point to remem i her is that you can save at the very least one full day's travel by traveling on the fast train of the I Santa Ke route; attentive conductors accompany the parlies through ; berths reserved and more de. tatlud Information obtained at the company's office 120 ST. Spring st., Los Angeles. through any agent of tbe Southern California Railway BURLINGTON ROUTE EXCUBsioNS I'KR sonally conducted, leave Los Angeles' every Wednesday via Southern Pacltio. Denver mid Rio Grunde and Burlington route tor Chicago, New i York, Boston and other eastern points; upholstered tourist cars with all conveniences. See any South- ' em Pacific agent or write to T. H. DUZAN, 222 8 ■ Spring St., l.os Angeles. Cal. |"UDSON'S POPULAR i tj Every Monday over Hie Rio Grandf: Western and Denver und Rio Grande railways; scenic | route: personalis conducted; newly upholstered enrs through lo Chicago, New York aud Boston. Pineal equipment, best service, quick time. Office, j 212 S. Spring st. 1)HII. LIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED • excursions, via the Rio Grande and Rock Isl and routes: leave l.os Angeles every Tuesday, c ross the sierra Nevados, and pass the entire Rio Grande scenery by daylight. Also via Hie Southern route, every i vi. i soay. . mice. I.'.s s. spring m, LOST AND FOUND. lOSTI OST—SUNDAY NIGHT. FROM iow'SOUTH j J Main st., a buy mare. Kinder will pleasure-! turn to above address. 5 T7-10UXD-.HU I LDE B~WHO" WANTS - PiXnoT X 1 horse and buggy as part pay for buildlug ! house. R. D. C0ATE8,224 8. Olive street. 88 BTRAYED FROM 1511 WEST THIRTIETH ST.. OHO sorrel filly with halter. Receive liberal reward. 2-17-lm 1710UND— SAM CLIPS HORSES - AT YOUR ; mm price. North Broadway. I \7< VV. HKI 11 « CO-. ! lli. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, | 128 \V. First Street. M 10»<. Orders telephoned or teleemphed at our ex|M»nse. We are the oldest established iwency In South era California, and our long experience enables us to select sucli help as our natrons call for. We turnlab all classes of help free of cliarie, and can supply you on short notice, (live us your or der and you will not lie disappointed In quality of help or promptness. E. \V. UEID A CO. 2-4 tt 4 .MAN I.N BVEBA section TO ski.l. Maple goods to dealers; experience unneces sary; best fide line. 375 a month. Halary and n peiiscs or huso commission made, tor sealed particulars send stamp. CLIFTON SOAP MAN* UFACTUBINa com PANY, Cincinnati, O. •VtrVxTE!)- A YOUNG MAN 55 HOOD AD >V dress, with §too or 8150 capital; must be a •rood solicitor; good thiiig for right party. K. P., Box 40, Hits office. * _ WK FURNISH KELP ITRKK—SATTSFAC tion guaranteed. Hive us a call. Furnished rooms fur rem. KM E. slh st. C. W. BEAKD * CO., Employment Agency. Tel. MM. 3-23 | \I - ANTED- noon BOY, ABOUT 15 YEARS ; old, willing to work hard; must be a fair penman. Address CASHIER, Herald office. 5 I>ETTY. II VMM El. * «tl.. IWO-.HK W. SECOND st. Tel. 800, Tne best employment office in i every way In southern California. *tl' ANTED—A HON' To TAKE CAKE OF j >V horses. 645 s. Broadway. 5 -arefANTED — TAILOR TO DO PRESSING, I>» iv.. at hla own homo. HI 1 * s. Broadway, « I>OSTON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 222 W. > Kilt hat. Telephone l.'r:s. Til I'll »im.l-13 SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE. Deserving person* desiring employment will be allowed to insert three lines, under this heading, two times fref 0l * charge. MAN. 38, TEM- Vj perate, N. 8. o. w.. will keep books, attend store satisfactorily; .vt,- a day. .JOSEPH Mc 1. A UGH I.IN, l.os Angeles P o. 6 11' ANTED -SITUATION. BY A BOY OF 17, >V In fronts' famishing store, or any work In 1 store. Address J. A. X., Kox 80. tins onto*. 8 I'lll'.Vll MAN. GERMAN, WANTS POSI- X lion as driver of delivery wagon Or work at anything. Address A. (.'., Box eg, this office. Ii A GOOD MAN WANTS STEADY EMPLOY- J. V ment, small wages. Address T. 11. box BO Ibis office, li 1"»OOK KEEPER WANTS SMALL STORES Jto keep book- lor fS per week Cheap way of having accounts kepi, s. It. box 60 this office. "TIT" ANTED—BY YOUNG GERMAN WOMAN. W situation as working housekeeper. D. w., Box SO, this office ti YtrANTED- SITUATION. BY~A BOY OK 17, >V to learn a trade; state line and time required lo serve. Address .1 It.. Box su. ll.is office. li | SITUATIONS WANTED - FEMALE. \ Deserving persons desiring employment win be allowed lo insert three lines for two insertions, un der this beading, free of charge IV I)0~UP-STA?RS t> work and sewing. Inquire A. BRENILLOT. luili l.iilelle si. t WANTED--REAL ESTATE. "TTTTANTED—TO PURCHASE—"3 OR tt bouse, and give us part payment a lot on Pearl si., clear; will assume. CARTER & BEECHER. u2s s. Broadway, 5_ BOARD IS DESIRED BY A YOUNG MAX on a ranch with a private family. Address \ 111 NG MAN, Herald. 5 \\r A XTED-TO TR A Dl*f BEST AUB ANT FOR T* horse and buggy. Address X, Box tit), this office. 7 CI OUNTRY BOARD~WANTED~BYA~YOTJNG man in a private family. V. W., Box4a, this FOR RENT.-HOUSES^ 171 OB RENT—FINE 7-ROOM COTTAGE, MOD ern improvements. West Figueroa, near Pico st : special rate by ihe year to good party. BRA D SHAW BROS., lit' S3. Broadway. 3-5-7 ITIOB KENT-ALL OR PART OF WELL FUR nished house cheap: also Long Beach cottage, iM E. Twenty-third street. 6 17T.0R RENT—B-ROOM FLAT, CLOSE IN—5 rooni cottage, Sautee st. Agent 228 S. Olive st. if rpo LET—I ; OTTAGIU BAck - 6i>' S. P. BOUND. 1 house. 411 Savoy. 5 FOR RENT--ROOM& rpo LET—fJ X WATER TaVCLIJ DE D—6 UN- ! A furiiis'.if.i rrninis. ittl modern rohveriiences. I iit'W houne. com ouii-ut lo Maple and Main strevt I oars. Apply mornings at -i 7 K. 30th st. *CIOR RKXT-l LA ROE I'RONT ROOM. " 1 ' 1 block Iron car Hue; rheap. Apply at oJo 8. ! I'flly st.. Kusi Lns Anjft-los. •noR RENT—NIVK LIST OF FURNISHED j X houses hi ;',] parts of the city. b. P. CHE A- J fcUNOER, -ja: W. rtfa st. 3-3 I rpHE OEISTER* 183 N. STATSf ST.; FIXE 1 [Urulshed 100113s, fji.ru> per week and up; center I t*t city, / i RAM) PACIKH', 8. SPRING 81.; \jf large room-: *3 per week and up, OR t'• KNT--FTKNISHEI»~RO(.)MS. mTbTx" X iitng sir - ;;i FOR EXCHANGE. iTIOK EXCHANGE — 10-ROOm"" HOUSE, !•> '■ feat from, for a fruit rancli ar or near Pomona, j or an alfalfa ranch near l.os Angeles, s' l acres of farm land near l'aso Robles, San Louis Obtapo county, for a small alfalfa ranch neur Los Angeles, > or a home in this city. 11-room lions" on Orand aye.. c!os° In. for a fruit ranch. 12-rnom house on Second and Hone sis., for orange rrrove. A nice I place in this city to trade for a home In Pasadena. ; Bualneas block and other productive property lv 1 Toneka, Kansas, for city or ranch property lien*. A liii" residence in S»au!e for residence here, will , assume or pay cash difference. J. A. MoRL AN", Chamber of Commerce. 22S W. Ith st. 10-tf ITioR EXCHANGE—A LOVELY "cOTTAOE home; olarise rooms and summer kitchen; ; modern in every particular; two lots, covered j w llli choice fruit, in the city of Monrovia; clear; ' for Los Angeles property; will assume, CARTER I ,t BEECHER. 3> S, Broadway. S rpHE SOUTHERN i A Loan Exchange, 2M S. Broadway. D. W, Lewis, [ manager—Unlimited choice bargains in all kinds of Southern California really ; agents of the Exchange nre ainonc the most reliahle and conservative deal i era in Southern California. --13tf I rpo EXCHANGE—FOR VACANT LOTS OR [ .1 rancli close to city, a nice, modern, improved 7 room house and bath, in East Los Angeles: lot 100x]35; lar*re barn, nice lawns, fruit trees, etc.; price fffiUO. Apply BEN WHITE, SI W. First st. 3-t-tf -jp o R E X CHA N G E - - clear lots In Chicago suitable for flats or resi dence, pood location; for small houses or lots In Los Angeles. W. P. LA It KIN & CO., owners, no s. Broadway, Los Angeles. so-tf •J.-tort EXCHANGE-Tso ACRES HIGHLY IM JT proved farm, 7 miles from Sacramento; 15 acres in orchard, balance grain land ; (i.ronm house; large barn, outbuildings, etc.; for Los Anireles city or county property; will assume, CARTER & BEECHER. KM £, Broadway. 5 I -"lit EXCHANGE—IBO "ACBes~>F~CHOIC'E level land in Kan Bernardino county lor Im proved or unimproved Los Angeles pronertv; will assume, carter dfc BEECHER, 3'Js s.Broad way. 5 t,-" 111 EXCHANG E—s AC RES 1X 7-VEA B OLD X- ]>caches. fenced, with abundance of wafer, in Monrovia, for Los Angeles propervv; will assume. CARTER cfc BEECHER,ISSB, Broadway. 5 OAAA RANCHES FOR EXt lIA NCJE OF **\J\J\J every description, 200 bouaes and lota; now is Ihe lime to list your property. Apply ' to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First ft. Mf-& TfrOß EXCHANGE—ONE OK THE FINEST X anil best homes In Redondo. clear. Want nice cottage in city. M. D. JOHNSON, 213 West rlrsl si. t j MASSAGE AND ELECRTICITY\~ TV j is- DABBELL, FBOM BOSTON-i-FIKST jTI class massage treatnient. Booms 11 and 12 a Spring. _ :. 83 0 A f l ss LILY, LATE FROM PABIB, GIVES -«'« scientUJo massage; hand-rubbing, alcohol and |iei turned baths; attendants. Parlor IS, 142 S Main St. MME. DE~"OBEY—MASSAGE AND KLEcI trlclty baths. Graduute Masseuse. 3ts 1-2 S Spring st. MRS. DR. EVANS—THE WONDERFUL magnetic healer Is now at 142 1-2 N. Main st XWDI 11. 2-20 lm MADAME DE I.EOX-BATHsrMASSAC.K* el"cim-mggnetic treatment: 4ifi I-2S. Spring ! TURKISH AND OTHER BATHS. rpUKKISU AND OTIIEIt'BAT1Is. ' Both deparlmenta of the Hammam have been thoroughly cleaned and refitted. Ladies' denart meut open from 8 a. m. to <i ~. m . Genlle mens department open day and nlaht except Sunday afternooa. We alve Turk- ! .i- „ i'; S ?! ; t"' ??-«* hul! ' Klectrio, Salt, Medical and I otbei baths. Massage given at "baths" or p.ivato homo-s* H. o. nitooKs, Proprietor. _ 2:;u South Main st. ' BICYCLES. 13 AMBLER BICYCLES " A 427 8. Spring St. 2-26 lm BICYCLE, BUGGY AND LIMERY—E. MOAT liusitU'Ss r(-lnoved lo 222 E. Second sr. CONTRA C TORS. CONBA umTn ous aud asphalt puviug. 23? W. First uk LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNINO, MARCH 5, 1895. PACIFIC LO A N COM PAN\ , INCORPORATED. Loans money lv any amount on all kinds of collateral securities, dia monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and steel safes, without removal. Partial £ayments received. Money quick, luslness confidential. Private office for ladles. W. K. DE OROOT, Manager. Rooms 2, 3 and 4, 114 8. Spring st. SwfONEY TO LOAN AT 6 PER CENT TO J.TJL build bouses on the installment plan. REN FRO. * CUMMINGS, Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 121Ji WEST THIRD STREET, Stimson Block. —— 4 tf UNION LOAN COMPANY*, Stimson block, l,oans money on all kinds of collateral security, watches, diamonds, sealskins and furniture In lodging and boarding-houses and on pianos without removal; also on bonds, stocks and mortgages; low interest; money at once: business confidential; prl vate office lor ladies, room 112. CLARK A.SHAW, manager, rooms 111 aud 112, first door, Stimson block. -jjjf ONEY TO LOAN ON I""~AMONDS, .Ixl watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc.; also on pia nos, merchandise. Iron and steel safes, furniture In lodging houses, hoarding houses and hotels without removal; also on city niul country property; low Interest; can have money at once: business conH dentlal; private olliee for ladles. G EO. S. ROBIN st IN. 233 W. First st., rooms 2 and 3. 1> 01 NDEX T E R *\V ArD""~Vv"ORT H. BROKERS* 305 W. Second St., buy and sell 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 residents. 28tf M~~ ' ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON any gooil collateral: business strictly confi ! oentfal; loans negotiated on city and country property. W. E. DEMING, 211 W. First aL, j room 15. M* b.N~EY~TO LOAN ON MONTHLY INBTALL . meats, longtime and easy payments. No commission charged. Apply NATIONAL BUILD ING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION' 151 8. B'dway. A | ONE V LOANED ON DI AMONDS. WATCH- L es, jewelry, pianos, live stock, carriages, bicy cles, all Kinds of personal security. LEE BROS., <03 8. Spring st. 2-20-ly rpO LOAN - UNLIMITED AMOUNT* FOR JL small loans; no commissions; light expense. SECURITY LOAN A TRUST CO.. 223 S. Spring. MON KY TO LOAN IN*I*ARGE AND BMALI, amounts: long or short time. S. P. CREA- I SINGER. 2ST W. First St 3-3 I u2»)») OOA TO~LOAN O~N CITY p"rOP* |«~ — _ •UUU orty. from $2000 up. W. P j LARKIN, 110 8: Broadway. 20-tf I riiO LOAN-MONEY IN si MS X reasonable rates. WM. F. BOSBYSUELL, j 116 S. Broadway. tf rri o lo a n - secu r- X ity. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 220 W. First St. 23-tf Money 147 S. Broadway. 2-6-tf rpo LOAN—JIOJ TO $100,000; Xi TO 8 NET. 220 J. W. First st. S-5-tf M*ONKY TO LOAN IN BUMS TOSTJIT. 220 W. First st. rpO LOAN-MONEY ON PERSONAL NOTES. J 220 W, First st. 78-tf STOCKS, ANDJWRTQ^ES. TTIOR SALE-CARTER "*""bT-Te*CHER, MIN _I ing brokers, represent leading properties; gold, silver, copper, lead, etc.; examinations made and reports furnished by the most competent and re sponsible California experts: correspondence so licited : information promptly luruisbed. Office, 32s s. li roadway. 12-12 tf BUSIN^ESWPPO^RJW^ : Cfk- A RARE CHANCE; A PARTNER , v?OOx7 Wanted to deliver orders, collect, etc.. in one of tbe best paying meat markets in tho city; will clear 810J a month t3 each. Apply to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First St. 3-4-lf O — ■r/Y-WOOD, COAL AND FEED BUSL tjp t itVr ttcss; receipts 935 n day and up; sire investment: value iv slock. See BEN WH 1I E. 221 W. First St. 3-l-tf l TTIOB SALE—A RESTAURANT; GOOD BUSI- X ness: reut $7.50 a month. Colton Block, Fourth and Los Angeles St. 2-28tf I7IOR sale-tiif/fTnest - 53-r6om HOUSE in the city; very central; running full; new aud elegantly furnished. Address Z. A.. Box 60, this office. 10 I SOB SALE - ALL KI'NDS~"oV Ih~sTnESS chances: bad debts collected ; established 1380. j EDWARD NITTINUER, 411 S. Los Angeles st. FOR SALE-NICE" LIST OF HOTELS AND lodging houses: prices range from $300 np | ward. s. P. CRE AS INGE It. 237 W. First st. 3-3 •iJ—' —/-.-PAVING LODGI-W* u6"£"s>rOF"l3 O 4 tf\f rooms, nicclv furnishM; bargain. See HEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. S-4-lf •jjj 1 /*/-|/Y— LODGING HOUSE, l~[ANl> O 1. v/vrv/ somely furnished; close In.' Apply BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st 2-4-tf i»1 Ctrl— A ' ANDY, FRUIT""aND~ CIGAR O- 1 *JU stor-; bargain this day. Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W, First st. 3-4-tf |TJ Q/l/ J - D E I.IC AC V * C'RE AMER V, ETC." O<~V7l / close in; pays big. Apply REN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 3-4-tf dg-1 —/-.—ROUTE, WITH^HORSErWAOON, 0 1 O\J etc.; pays well. Apply BEN WHITF;, 221 W. First St. 3-4-tf roK SALE--RESTAURANT AND SIX FUR nlshed rooms cheap, at 93'J E. First street. 7 rpO SELL YOUR BUSINESS GO TO J. I. I. BARARD, 117', S. Broadway. BUSINESSJ>ERSONALS. -|)ERSONAL - HOUSEKEEPEItIC^^AT : T : EN*" JL tion! Groceries at cut rates. 50 lbs. flour, soc; lv lbs corn meal, 16c, 10 lbs. lard, 65c, 5 lbs. Japan tea, $1; can cocoa. 15c; Rio coffee, 25c; keg Holland herrings, 75c; 2 lbs. codfish, 15c; salmon bellies, sc, 10 lhs.ralstns, 25c. 6 lbs. apricots, 25c; 3 lbs. cherries 25c; bams, 9c:pork, 7J4c. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 South Spring. PERSON* AL - RALPHS BROS.— GOLD BAR flour, 90c; city flour. 70c: granulated stigar, 21 lbs $1; brow 11 sugar. 23 lbs $1; 7 lbs rolled wheat or oats, 25c; sardines, 6 boxes 25c; tomatoes, 2 cans 15c; 7 bars German family soap, 25c; 5 gallons oil, 60c; gasoline, 65c; 3 packages morning moal, 25c; lard. l'Mb can, 75c; 6 lbs, 40c. 601 s. Spring street, corner Sixth. *\-»rlIY PAY A MERCHANT TAILOR $35 t» for a suit, when you can get the same thing for (15 at the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, 223-225 W. Second St., between Spring aud Broad way? tf VTTEXTIOX; FULL DRESS SUITS FOR hire, suitable for balls, parties and receptions, at the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, 223-225 W. Second st., bet. Spring and Broadway. tf 13EAL ESTATE AND LODGING HOUSES, X\ ranches and city property, sales and ex changes perfected, house renting promptly at tended to. M. P. BOWEN, 113 W. Second st. tf MISFITS AND UNCALLED FOR GAB ments at less than half your tailor's prices, at the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, 223-225 W. Second St., between Spring and Broadway. tf HARRY, DID YOU SEE THE NOBBY PAIR of pants that I bought for $8.50 at the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, 223-225 W. Second St., between Spring and Broadway? tf PERSONAL - PALMISTRY"" ONE HAND read free; every hidden mystery revealed; life read from cradle to grave without a mistake; 1 till Bp. m. 11l 1-2 W. Third st. rpHE LATEST STY i.E REGENT SL r lTs 1 made by crack eastern tailors for $35, we will sell for 115 if we can fit you. MISFIT CLOTH ING PARLORS, 223-225 W. Second st., between spring and Broadway. tf ]>ANIS THAT TO ORDER lor $12 %.••> will sell for $5 at tho MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS. 223-225 W. Second st., be tween Spring anil Broadway. tf Af ME. LECROQ, FRENCH DRESSMAKER, JJk cor. Second and Main, next to cathedral. PERSONAL^ *«ri-NO-NA ouk' Vortune^by >T the planets! never falls. 421 W. Seventh SL 8 _____ SPECIALISTS. MBS. WEAVER JACK SOX. MAXICURIXO lor ladies and gentlemen ; specialist in com plexion department; electrolytic removal of super fluous hair. 208-7-8 Stimson block; tel. 1256. JNO. H.SCARHOROUGH, SCIENTIFIC OP'lT cian; Chicago graduate; eyes examined free; correct glasses prescribed. Rooms 201 anil 202 stimson building. a-pj DR. R- G. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC OPTl cian, with the Los Angeles Optical Institute; 1 eyes examined free. 125 s. Spring st. PHYSICIANS.^ AIRS. DR. J; H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MID -iTI wifery. Ladles cared for during cotidne ment at 727 Bcilevueave. Culls promptly attended to. Telephone 111:1. DIL Kwi ing, THE EMINENT CHINESE physician and surgeou. Olliee, UKi s. Broad »W; _ 20 DR. w. r. CLARK—CHRONIC DISEASES v specialty. Wilson lllk.. room 333. PLUMBERS. (1 H. WOTTON - J* specialty. Estimates given. 206 Esst Fourth St., two Hours east vi l.os Angeles st. ITiRANK A. WKIXSIIANK, PLUMBER AND ; gaadtter 21u E. Second st. Tel. ISO. T^R^SAL^jjCm^P^PERTY^^ jpOR SALE— GRIDER * DOW, 1091s S. Broadway. REAL~ESTATE AND INVESTMENT BROKERS. ESTABLISHED 1881. CITY LOTS $23 down and $10 a month without Interest will buy a Hue lot on a graded stresr with cemeut walk, 15minutes' ride from the business center; price only $150, See this. $350 w ill buy a 50-foot lot on Fourteenth at. set to bearing fruits, half a block from electric cars. This must he sold within a week. See this. $800 w ill buy a flue lot on Pico St., half a block from electric cars. $600. choice lot on Adams st., new residence to cost $3300 going up on adjoining lot, one block from electric cars: price, only $800. $900 w ill buy a Hue corner lot suitable for a busl nejis.bhick, which would rent before a building could be built; In 10 minutes' walk of Spring and First sts., 83200, Finest lot on Grand aye,. close to Adams st,; 80x165 feet; best bargain on Grand aye, CITY HOUSES. $830—Small cash payment down, the balance In small monthly payments, w ill buy a cosy new cot tage, halt block of electric cars, on a graded street, only 12 minutes' ride from business center. See this at once. $1000-Nlco 3-room cottage on a large lot, In 10 minutes'walk of the business center, small cash payment down, the balance on long time. Lovely new 6-room cottage with all modern Im provements, reception hall, mantel, grate, hot and cold water, marble washstand. hath, pantry and closets, front and back porches; lot 50x150 to alley; 12 minutes'ride from the business center by elec tric car; street graded and graveled, cement walks and curbs. This will be sold on long time if sold soon. $2500 will buy a brand-new 7-room residence, fine reception hall, winding stairway, large double par lors, 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 1 block of electric cars; street graded and graveled, cement curbs nnd walks. See this at once, onl> f2300. on eaay terms. GRIDEB A DOW 109' i' 8. Broadway. HOMES FOR ALL. (fl* -T fr/Y BUYS Xi ACRES OF EXTRA FINE tP 4 till land, location unsurpassed; no frost or fogs, 9 shares of water, acre in blackberries which produced 2 tons last year, H mile from depot, school, church and store; the best bargain out. $750—Lovely country home, 1 acre fine lend. 6 room bouse, barn, pleutv of water; close to depot, store, postollice and church: 30 minutes' drive Irom city, $20) per acre will buy 40 acres just outside the city on tho south, adjoining lands hold at $300 to $400 per acre; buy this and double your money Instdo of 12 i months; this belongs to a non-resident and must be sold, $450 per acre w ill buy 20 acres just south of the city, little west of the University car line; can j subdivide and sell lv lots for three times the price asked. $1059—10 acres alfalfa land, all fenced and cross fenced, new bouse, barn, corn crib, chicken and stock corrals, artesian well and water right with place, 1-4 mile of depot and oreamerv. close to store, postoflice. churches and schools. "Will make terms. This Is a bargain. 88500—10 acres set solid to bearing lemons and oranges; due residence, large grounds set to choice plants.shnibsand climbing vines. Here all kinds of tropical vines thrive in winter; absolutely uo frost. Ihe place is only 15 minutes' drive from the busi ness center. Choice fruit, berry and farmlug lands, ono mile outside the city and near the new Pasadena elec tric road, in tracts to suit, at $69, SBO, $125, to $300 per acre, o i easy terms. Take the electric cars on Spring st. to Highland Park postoflice. Our agent there will show the land, or free carriage from our c to the tract. GRIDER it DOW, 109', S. dway. 5 F~ OR "sale— BY JOHN H. COKE, 207 S. Broadway. INVESTORS ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SNAP? If so 3ti foot on FIRST STREET incar Spring} is ihe BIGGEST SNAP In Los Angeles. Who is going to pick up the golden egg? AS PROPERTY OWNERS ON BROADWAY have gone crazy and have decided to raise their prices out of sight. BUY MAIN, SPRING or HILL Sirect Property. I can place you on a few- good bargains on either of these streets. JOHN H. COKE, S 207 S. Broadway. rpRACT OF HOMES— GRIDER A DOW'S ADAMS-STREET TRACT. $300 to $600 will buy the finest building lot In the city, fronting Adams street—B2 feet wide, Twenty oigth street, 10) feet wide, both lined with tine palm trees; Twenty-seventh street and Twenty ninth street. Lots all 50 feet front, alleys In rear; cement walks and curbs, streets graded, gravelled and sprinkled; street trees planted. Rich loam soil. 30 feet higher than Figueroa street, grand view- of the mountains, building clause. Visit this tract and see the many tine homes being built. Only 15 minutes' ride from Second and Spring streets on the new double electric cars down Cen tral avenue. Office On the tract. Free carriage. For maps, prices and all information write or call on 24-tf GRIDER * DOW, 109IJ S. Broadway. *C 1 Pin A - FURNITURE AND LEASE OF vlOuU 25 furnished rooms on Broad way, near Temple. $;rnrin- Hol 'SE OF 6 ROOMS, BATH, OUUU stable In Fast Los Angeles; $2600 cash, balance wdll exchunge for good property in the city. UfcOfvfi WILL BUY A GOOD PAYING fruit and lunch stand at East Side Pnrk. Property for sale or rent In and out of the ctty. Also some fine business opportunities. J. K. CHALMERS, Real Estate and Insurance, rooms 110 and 111 New Wilson Block, 8. E. Cor. FTrst and Spring. 5 A FINE FURNISHED HOUSE-A BARGAIN; x\. must be sold at once, as owner must leave the city. BELL A SABICHI, 205 W. Third st. 6 •ptOB SALE-SPFCIAL BABGAINS IN LOTS. $600—Adams St., West Hoover. $750—Cor. Fifteenth and Peru, 100x150. $1100—Trenton, near Pearl and Eleventh. §450— Near Arcade depot. $1000- -Norwood St., near St. James Park. $450—Thirty-second st., near Main, 50x 200. $1150—Bonnie Brae, near Tenth. 3-5-7 BRADSHAW BROS., 139 S. Broadway. IriOß SALE—S37S WILL BUY A $600 LOT ON ' Thirty-sixth street, near Main, 30x125; also 20 choice lots on electric line, between Los An geles and Pasadena; lots from 50x150 to 200x300 feel sold on long time; houses built to order; come and take a free trip out and got a choice lot; no money down to those who build at once. W. P. LARKIN A CO., 20tf 110 S. Broadway. FOR SALE—BY W. J. FISHER, 227 W. SEC ond St.—sl4 a foot, lots, Kohler St., near Sev enth; $15 a foot, lots, Merchant St., near Seventh; 8900, a snap, new bouse, 5 rooms, bard Hnlshed, Kohler st.; $1850, now house, 6 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; wanted 84003, 101. gross, on city property, rents 24 per cent. 20tf TTIOR SALE —$250; LOTS 40X140 ON WILLOW A 1 si.; $300, lot. 40x140 on Palmetto st. No pay ment required down If you will build. Tbese lots are In the Arthur tract, between the Southern Pa oiflc and Santa. Fe depots, corner of Mateo and Pal metto sts., 10 minutes walk to town. See owner at once. F. H. BHAFER, I2OX S. Spring St., room 1. 3-tf J7<OK SALE— 20 line bargains In houses, from $600 to $2000; some that must be sold and will go at bargains. W. P. LARKIN A CO., 20tf 110 S. Broadway. 1,-lOR SALE—NEW 4-ROOM COTTAGE ON 1 Jefferson st, near University car line; price $900; small cash puyment, balance $15 per month, low Interest, CARTER <fc BEECHER, 328 S, Broadway, 5 iriOß sale 5-ROOM COTTAGE, BEAUTI- V ful corner on Boyle Heights; sightly location; small cash payment; balance monthly; low Inter est. CARTER <fc BEECHER, 828 S. Broadway. 5 ITIOR SALE- sis'iti lor corner 150x153, corner Well 1 and Andrew sts.; 2 dwelling houses 4 rooms each, and I 2-story house with store and 7 rooms. Call at or address 1057 E. Lacy st. 5 ¥t)l)/W| - NEW DOUBLE HOUSE*: •J1 •>l-Tv" rented for $30 a month ; a gilt-edge investment; nlso $ito:t. 5-room house rented for $12. W. J. FISH ER, 227 W. Second St. 8 171 OK SALE—CHOICE LEVEL LOTS ON J* 1 Boyle Heights. .$20.) each; easy terms; will build cottage If desired lo suit. CARTER A BEECHER, 328 S. Broadway. 5 \S. .1 PHELPS.*CO., 139 S. BROADWAW, .• Real Estate Agents. List your bargains and exchange* with us for quick sales. 2-20-tf FOR SALE-CITY PROPERTY F" OR "SALE BY" ~~ ~ " " JOHN H, COKE, 207 S, Broadway, BROADWAY, BROADWAY, BROADWAY, Improved and unimproved property on int*. the coming street of the city, Buy now while low, You will never regret tt, I have several desirable lots on which YOU CAN DOUBLE YOUR MONEY within a short time, Buy now from JOHN H, COKE, 3-6-T 207 S, Broadway, OR SALE— CITY PROPERTY: $900—I lots with 4-room bouse, fruit trees, flowers, etc., near Central aye, $1100— Lots 50x118 with 4-room cottage on Bryant aye. $2400—4J£ acres suitable for lots, near Central aye; electric line; In full bearing fruit trees, $900—2 lots with good house on Plrtle st. $2000—7-room cottage with all modern Improve ments on W. Sixteenth st. $200—Beautiful lots In Vernon, some In bearing fruit. $150 up—Lots on and near Ceutral aye, COUNTRY' PROPERTY. $800—2 1-4 acres on electric line, near city, good house, orange trees, etc. $2500— 5 acres fruit and alfalfa land; Improve ments worth the price. $30 per acre—Choice fruit, barley and wheat land, water In abundance. $75 to $100 per acre—lso acres choice fruit and al falfa land 12 mites from city, In S to 40-acre tracts; land In cultivation; easy terms. $2500—2 acres at Burbank, layed In bearing fruits nnd dowers, with good 0-room house, all modern Improvements, stable, carriage shed, well, etc., easy terms. $2000—10 acres at San Fernando to bearing figs, blackberries, etc.. good 4-room house, plenty water, ail fenced; only $600 cash, balance easy terms. And many other bargains too numerous to men tion; give us a call. GOSPER, SMITH A CANNON, > 421 Stimsoii block. BE SURE TO SEE The Hummel * Denker tract before buying elsewhere. GET OUR PRICES. This tract Is bounded by Main, Santee, Ninth and Eleventh streets, consequently Is CLOSE IN. FIFTY LOTS For a speculation. There is nothing better In Los Angeles. COOK * PEARSONS. Sole Agents, 244 S. Broadway. —ESTABLISHED 1837 - KENNEDY, Heal Estate and Investment Brokers, 134 S. Broadway, Tel. 882. Orange and walnut groves a specialty. Large ranches for subdivision. Gilt edge city property. 12-28-tf ROADWAY FRONT AGE. 81x185 feet on west side of Broadway, between Third and Fourth sts.; this Is an opportunity to secure a fine building site, or a good speculation to hold for an advance; we are sole agents. STKAS BURG * PAYNE, 254 S. Broadway. 12 MD. JOHNSON, . 213 W. First St. Real Estate and Fire Insurance. sett OR BALE-ssot», $3000 CASH, WILL BUY large it-room, two-story fine house, all modern, on corner lot, 100x118 feet; this place ls southwest, on electric line; will soon be worth $10,000. Also a number of other good houses, southwest, from 31500 up. W. P. LARKIN A CO., 20-tf 110 S. Broadway. fi» OQAfi FOR SALE-A NEW DOUBLE, O—«' J V/ 1/ hou so rented ,$3O a mo. ;$lOOO can stand 8 years: gilt edge Investment. $900—5-room house, rented $12. $1850— 8-rooms and bath; a bargain. 10 W. J. FISHER, 227 W. Second st. OR BALE-26~ACRES~ OF half way between Los Angeles and Long Beach, on Terminal 11, It ; small bouse, low price; easy terms, CARTER A BEECHER, 328 S. Broadway. 5 F~ OR~SALE-WEST HALF OF LOTS 4 ANdT block 29, Hancock's survey, 35 acres, near oil wells In the N. W. quarter of the city. Apply to C. M. STEPHENS, room 90, Temple block. IStf F~l>b"sale oiTexchange-gc*6"""Tl"rop". erty In Vlsalla and Tulare, worth about $1500; will take stock of general merchandise or live stock. ROBERT F. JONES* CO., 204 Bradbury Block. 2 tf OR SALE—IOO FEET ON LOS ANGELES St. near Second st.; in first class business loca tion and offered for a few days at a bargain. ROB ERT F. JONES A CO., 204 Bradbury Block. 2 tf ij» OQi\rk~i,EW DOUBLE HOUSE; JjP £i<L>\J\J rented for $30 a mouth; a gilt-edge Investment; also $900, 5-room house rented for $12. W. J. FISHER, 227 W. Second st. 8 IriOß SALE—ONE FUNIC LOT IN FAIR~ mount tiact for $1000, worth $1200. W. P. LARKIN A CO., 20tt 110 S. Broadway. FOB SALE—CHOICE LOTS Ica, by ROBERT F. JONES A CO., 204 Brad bury block. 6tf FOR SALE—7-BOOM COTTAGE, 523 WEST Sixth St., near Pearl, 82000; fill-foot lot. stf FOR SALE-LIVE STOCK. 6"rsale-single and iib^Ri^vßTV crs. buggies and harness. BACON, rear 608 S. Broadway. 4-4 FRED HYNEB HAS ORNAMENTAL AND deciduous fruit trees, large variety; 212 W. Fourth st. Call or write. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. or Exchange; 40 acres land at Garvanza; house and lot on <"ay st. between Third and Fourth, of 4 tlats; lot 86x378 on Sapedro St., formerly Empire Laundry. C. E. Shotluck, Garvenza, Box 71. 8 PRIGHT PIANO FORTtF,NTrS3T6tr PER month, or wilt sell on easy payments. 608S, Broadway. 2-17 tf FOR SALE-150,000 OLD POSTAGE STAMPsT cheap. T., box 26, this office. F" "OR SALE-OLD V APERS~IN QUANTITIES to suit, at this oltlcc. PHOTOGRAPH PARLORS. C"~ B LOS AN • geles, Cal,; vlewH made to order guaranteed. Largest assortment S. California views. ■pHOTOS, ANY SIZE, $1. PLAZA GALLERY. MRS. L. J. KENNEDY, MANICURE AND chiropodist; moles and hair removed oy electric needle. Crocker block, 212 S. Broadway. -\,riBB C. BTA I'I'ER, CHIROPODIST; LA* JYX dies' masseuse. 211 W. First St., opp. Nadeau. Dil. 11. ZACHAU, SURGEON CHIROPODIST. 121 S. Main St.. rooms -I and 5. COP^IQHTS^ETC.' PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS IN ALL countries obtained, bought and sold. Trade marks, copyrights, etc.. by S.J. DAY A CO., pat ent attorneys; rooms 232-2* l Bradbury building, Los Angeles. Established 1849. HAZARD A TOWNSEND', »"'d6WNBY BLK. . Tel. 347, Los Angeles. KNIGHT BROS.T PATENT LAW solicitors, 308 Stimson block. *>t. 1813. . , t FOR^SALBCOUNTRY PROPERTY """"" **** AT POMONA. "I SELL THE EARTH." Right now I ran show you the best bargain In the whole country. It la 10 acres of fine land,right close In; nice new house and barn; good water rlgbi; surrounded by flue orange groves; It has 21 -a acres of oranges, 4 acres olives, balance apricots right on libit avenue; price only $3200. Then you surely can'v afford to miss auelng this 30 acres of olives, prunes, etc., 4 years old; good well and windmill, tank, etc. on place; only $!,V) per acre. Let me show yon 100 acres that the owner will set to olives or to olives, prunes, peaches and apri cots, care for them 8 years, pay all taxes, all for $IOJ per acre Including price of land 4 R. 8. BABSETT, Pomona. COUNTRY. FOR SALE-19800, 13 ACRES, ALAMEDA ST., close In, large house, 10 rooms, barn, wind mill tank and nuthouses complete; entire place covered with bearing fruits of the choicest klnd iiayel oranges, walnuts, peaches, blackberries, etc. 1 tils is without a doubt one of the finest and cheap eat pieces of property on the market today. I'l t L°» r !.rii, n , fr r , . l . t ," ' v '" "verage $1800 per annum,'arid aheautiful little ranch In the heart of the city. Call and Investigate. M'GARVIE * CO., ' * 218 S. Broadw*y. ■jfTIOR SALE— ~ " HOMES FOR ALL Choice fruit, berry and farming lands. One mile outside city and near the new Pasadena electrlo road, In tracts to suit, at $80, $80, $123 to $100 per acre, on easy torms: take the electric cars on Spring street to Highland Park post office. Our agent there will show the land, or free carriage from our office to the tract. ORIDER A DOW 100', s. Broadway. itf TTIOR BALE—THE~~ESTAyY E bF"s7B7Hu¥f X must be closed up, and I offer cheap for cash Lot 5, block .1, Collma Park Tract; N.E. corner Loma Drive and Arnold st. Lot 1 and 7, 8. B. Hunt's addition to So. Pasadena Lota 25, 26, 27, 28 and 211, block 3; lot 15. blocks lot 1, block 7: lot 1, block 8, Ivanhoe. W. and W. »i of E. *„' lot 137,16 acres; B. Xof W. >■£ of lot 152, 6 acres. South Rlnlto. W. G. COCHRAN, Adra., _J> Rooms 226 utid '228, Bradbury Block. Ej-iOR BALE~FRITI~T _ LANDS - IN THE IX Mission Maclay rancho, near San Fernando aud Pacolma on the Southern Pacific railway, within easy reach of the city; 1100 feet above sea level; delightful climate; $75 per acre, on easy terms; also good building lots In West Los Angeles on the University electric ear line. Apply to the ' UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, rooms 6 and 7, Phillips Block Auuex, Los Angelas; special prices for cash. 8-j $80 per acre, 320 acres first-class alfalfa land. $40 per acre, 160 acres nlfalfa, close In. $100 per acre, 40, SO and 80 acre blocks at city llaa- Its; terms easy. W. P. LARKIN A CO., 110 8. Broadway. 20tf Headquarters for Chicago Buyers. COMPULSORY SALeToF LANb~~TO~CIA)SB out an estate; 320 acres of grazing and farming land In Tulare county, Cel., 10 miles northeast of Ytsalltt, 1 mile distant from Kaweah station, on Southern Pacific railroad. Apply at once to JOS. MESMEB, administrator, Los Angeles, Cal. 217 COTNTRyHFrOPERTY—WE HAVE ONE relluqulsbmeui of 160 aorea; good 4-room bouse, water 40 feet, one mile from station, 80 miles north of Los Angeles, $400 cash; this la a snap. OTTERSON LAND CO., West Palmdale. UaL 4t FOR SALE-SUPERIOB FRUIT LANDS" water sold with land la definite quantity, delivered In steel pipes under pressure, reser voir capacity stx billion gallons. HEMET LAND CO, Baker Block, Los Angeles. FOR BALE~CHOICE~CAHUENQA PROP erty, Improved and unimproved at reasonable rates; well worth Investigation. ROBERT F. JONES A CO., 204 Bradbury Block. 2 tf FOB - SALE—12 FRUIT RANCHES, GOOD bargains, from 10 acres up to 600, close In: 5 choice orange groves. In full bearing, on easy terms, W. P. LARKIN A CO., 110 8. Broadway. 20-tf OB SALE—BELI~NQUIBHMENT TO f«0 acres of government land near Cucamonga, 4 miles from R, R. station, cheap, CARTER A BEECHEB, 328 8, Broadway. 6 EST CIRCLE" TONIGHT BY MIBB~KATE Lampman, "Starlight;" sittings dally. 422 W. Seventh st. 5 FOB SALE AT A GBEAT BARGAIN—B SEti tlons of good land In Kern county. Inquire 413 South Spring street. MEDIUMS. hT WAITe! TH4S Clairvoyant of Clairvoyants and the ONLY Independent slate writing medium In the city, that answers seated meana*-** wnlle In a dead trance, tells if your lover ls true or false, who to trust and who to watch, tells your lucky mouth, week or day, gives advice on all matters of Im portance, such as business, love affairs, marriages, divorces, lawsuits, etc. Locates lost or stolen goods, reunites tbe separated, brings speedy marriage, re moves stumbling blocks and bad luck of all kinds. If you find 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 wish to know and does not ask you a solitary question, nor do you pay a cent unless you are fully satisfied, but if you are satis fied he then charges you $2.00 ls this not honest? Now do not delay, but go at once and see this medi um. If you are gol ng to see a medium, why not see the Sreatest on earth? He has taken parlors at 362 s. iroadway, where he will give private stttlngs dally. Hours from 9 to 8. P. B.—People living out of city send stamp for free advice, but ask no ques tions. 2-27 tf PROF. LEE-DO THE DEAD RETURNf IF yon doubt, come and he convinced by Prof. Lee, the slate-writing medium; messages given from your loved ones written on slates cleaned by yourself and held in your own hands; sealed mes sages answered white In a dead trance; a medium by tbe gift of God. PBOF. LEE, 242 1-2 8. Broad way i parlors 12 and 18. 2-26 IdSO^NA—SEVENTH DAUGHTER OF the late Dr. King World, renowned Clair voyant and astrologist. Life reading of the plan ets and crystal 60 cts and $1, Nativities $1 upwards. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., 421 W. Seventh st. 8 RS. PERCY, 108~e7TiTfYh~BT., HOLDS circles Friday afternoons, Monday and Thurs day evenings. Readings $1. 31 FRENCH LTdY" HEALING MEDIUM- Llte reading. Parlor 7, No. 366 1-2 8. Spring st. MBS7 - and test medium. 700 E. Fifth st, 2-28 lmtf C~TfficAGo Rt 163 W. Fin li st. Repairs made for any stove in the U. S. Patterns made to order. 18 GASOLInTE STOVES CLE A NED, BEPAIBED. Tel. 1008. BLACKMAN, 408 8. Spring St. DRESSMAKING. class fitting dresses call at 124 8. Main St. Dresses made from $4 up. MRS. STOLTENBKKG WOLTEB. ATTORNEYS-ATJ^AW^^^ H^ENEYdTcRONI^-^ and New High sts., Los Angeles. Rooms 12, 13,14, Abstract and Title Insurance block. fole~yTTi~torneFs-at-law, 8 and 9, Moore block, 110 Court st. kT~yiwng7 ioi . Bradbury building. REAL , ' : REAL ESTATE AND _L> insurance agents; money loaned at 6 per cent. '■05 W.Thlrust. 12-7 tf Proposals for Bonds BIDS ARE INVITED UNTIL SATURDAY March 9th, at 10:30 a.m at my oftice at the Azusa Valley Bank, in Azusa, Gal., for the purchase of Hsb'o,ooo oi Ihe lirst mortgage bonds of the Azusa Irrigating Company, or any portion thereof. Said bonds are so much of an issue of $80,000 of bonds dated 18!>;i and running ID, 15 and liO years—no option—and bearing interest at 7 per cent payable semi annually—interest and principal payable in gold. These bonds were Issued to complete the sys tem of irrigating works watering the best por tion of one of the finest valleys for the growth of the orange, lemon, peach and apricot. The company has just entered into a con ract to complete this system, and these bonds are of fered for sal* for ihe purpose of paying for the work as it progresses. Each bid should be accompanied by a certi fied cheek payable to the order of the cashier of tho Azusa Valley Bank lor 1 per cent of <he hid and should be endorsed "Proposal* for Bonds" and addressed to the undersigned. ALFRED P. GRIFFITH. 3-1 Fiscal Agent A. 1 Co. SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS! Loraest seed House m cSouinern California. For present planting season we call the at tention of our patrons and tho public, in gen eral to our t'resli, true stocks of IMPORTED and DOMESTIC Garden, Field, 1-lower and 'Tree Seeds. Alfalfa. Grains, Clovers, Grasses nnd many new Fodder Plains Crimson Clover it specialty. Australian and lapauese tree seeds. Highest discounts to deal ers an i stotekeepers. our nsw catalogue Hi pages with upwards of 800 engravings) now ready and mailed iree lo any address on- re ceipt ol 10 cents to cover postage. HEED DEPT. GERMAIN FRUIT CO., 145 s. Maiu St., Los Angeles. Cal. 12-13-eod-3iu t. O. Box 953.