Los anc.ki.es. California.
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IKW IS A ALDERSON,
j 312 S. Main st.
"i;ce whiz," just tee bow prices have ttunblec
at LEWIS ,t ALDERsoN'B Nice antique o
maple can" seat chairs, bran new. lor t»sc
aome others have been selling lof Sodl goot
high beck dining chairs sue; new wood set
Chairs 45c; new bed lounges fors9; foldin'
beds. 80; new bed room lets for *:»; line antique
ecu cheval sets with French plate glass ssJO
worth $35. Everything goes '•cheap for cash.
I a fib h"A de Loa ani.f.lks -in oiiuki
j lo insure all possible convenience to th,
visitors to La Fletia de l.os Angeles, a Bureau
of Public Comfort has been organized, and Rl!
Hotels, rooming nouses or citizens wishing ti"
rent rooms dcrtug tne celebration can ro„-istei
at Ut Fiesta headquarters, No, 187 South Main
6trect, staling location, number of rooms tf
be rented and price for same. This inlonna
tion w ill be embodied in a piimphlet, undei
the seal of the Merchants' Association, ami
distribated throughout the city, and on all In
coming trains. A small i hargc will be mndt
for registration to cover eapenscs oi the
Bnreau, All rcgistratlou subject to the com-
POBLK COMFORT COMMITTEE,
MAX MEYBERG, il V. ANDERSON',
1 Director-Genera! Chairman.
OTICE-THE LOB ANGELES CITY WATER
Company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: The hours tor sprinkling are be
tween 0 and 8 o'clock a m„ and o aud 8
o'clock p. m. For a violation of tlii* above
regulation tho water will ho shut off and a line
el $2 will be charged before the water will be
turned on again.
T~WILL PAYB6O REWARB FOR INFORMA
tion that will lead to tue return of Willie
ami Charlie Qtieioaoh, aged respectively 19
and 14 years, who left the homeol their grund
parents, F. Nimmcr, Yerdugo, California, about
November 39, 1894, U. J. .SIMMER, College
and Buc ia Vista sts.. I os Angeles. 4-10
rFSi SAFE DEl'o3ll BOXES OF THE STATE
.L Loan and Trust Company ato euoosed in
a flro-proof and ourglar-orcof V.rtH Wiih time
looks and brilliantly lighted with ciectrieitv;
alcoves attach ed ior the priva'e examination
of valuables, wiih writing '.catti: ia!s; a young
lady in anemiiince.
T 'OR SALE—THK NEW HOME SEWING MA-
J chine Company offers for the next 30 days'
the following bargains: Whites. Standards,
Automatics. Singers, Domestics, Davis, House
holds, etc, from Sis to $ib, o-i payments of
$i pet Meek. 340 S. Spring St. Branch, tj", E.
Colorado, Pasadena. . 4-4
J tOR SALE—TUB ".SILKS TRACT"; LOIS
Jl in this beautiful tract are now for sale at
prices ranging from $900 upwards; these lots
are sold only to parties who will build good
houses. I'OINDEXTER A: W ADSWORTH, 305
W. Second st.
MESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS KB A BPBOIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief
for painful and irregular menses—from w hat
ever came For sale by GEO. H freeman &
CO.. 103 N. Snrinsr st. Price, $2 a box.
A MERIC.\~LODGB7~L ~cT~O~F~ WILL HE
-i.V instituted soon; anyone holding card or
certificate please call on Iho secretary at once.
Room 220 tlinton Block. Next meeting will
be 7:30 p. in. Saturday, same place. 23
T~A 111 1BB7~YOUIt bLD SATS MADE NBW,
j cleaned, dyed, reshaped, latest styles, 500,
straw WORKS, 454 s. Bprlng tL,bet4th& 6th.
BUTTER— CHEAPER THAN EVER: FINEST
tub creamery, 20c lb.; 2 lbs., 30c: rolls,
25c; squares, gOC, HKR/.OG, 442 Bprlng.4-14
MACHINERY, DIES," AND TOOI-S - mToB
nnd repaired, j. YON serkev, 2ig s.
Los Angeles st. Tel. 033.
ftICHARDR BTBAM CARPET CLEANING.
Ji Oliice- Room V, No. 130 N, Spring st., city.
T7<ASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING FROM s:<
JT up. THE LEADER, 3io a Spring st -1-2
CONCORD WAGONS CALL AT BIG
Tree Carriage Works, 128 San Pedro st. 2d
"*A F. SLOPER, TIOUSE MOVER. OFFICE,
.I, i 3 Center place
DR. L. W. WELLS —EXTRACTION PAIN
less; good crowns, bridgework and teeth
Withont plates a specialty. Corner Spring and
First sis., Wilson Block. Telephone 1300.
A DAMS BROS.' DENTAL 2;W» a s.
/X. Spring st. : painless extraction and tilling;
plate. SO, .fS, $10; all work guaranteed; estab
lished iO years. Hours 8-5, Sundays 10-12.
C 1 11. X KIE CHRAU M. I > E N'IISI , 318 SOUTH
T. Broadway,entrance through Westervelt's
studio. Office hours. S:3O to 12 and 1 to 5.
7 UDWIG SEMI.ER, I K D. S. — DEN IAL OF-
Jkj rice, room 1. 114 S. Spring st.; office hours,
9 to 12 and 1:30 to 0.
ALBANY DE NT AL pTrTxjR —GERMA N-
Amenean Bank Buildidg. A set oi teeth,
$0; best S. S. white teeth, it'll' per set.
corner Seventh and Main street.
Telephone 1031 .
Dr7~e. ~67~. howaiidT" delist - Rooua
333-328 Bradbuiv block, Los Angeles,
DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, 103!< N. SPRING
st., room? 2, 0 and 7. Painless extraction.
tsra NX S11: YENS, : I -j. t•, s.~ s P RIN GS T ;
JT Open Sundays find evenings; electric
T? R (UN NINGHAM, DENTIST, CALIFOR
_T • nia Hank building.
TV£ TUCKER, DEN I IST. 120' (h7 Spring it.'
KSION'S TO Till. l:\SI -THK Fa'
li vorite, personally conducted excursions
of the Banta Fe route leave l.os Angeles every
Thursday morning at 7 o'clock ; Pullman up.
bolstered cats run without change l.os Ange es
to Chicago, Kansas city. Minneapolis and st.
Paul, With annex car to Boston; the ureal point
tt* remember is that >ou can save at the very
least one lull day's travel by traveling on the
fast train of the Santa Fe route; attentive con
ductors accompany the parties; Ihrough berths
reserved and more detailed Information ob
tained at the company's office, 129 N. Spring
at., Los Angeleß, or through anj agent of the
Southern California Railway.
TJURHNGTON Horn: EXCURSIONS, I'ER
.I) sonally |condUoted, leave l.os Angeles
every Wednesday via Southern Pacific, Denver
and Rio Grand and Burlington route for Chi
cago. New York, Boston and other eastern
points; upholstered tourist cars with all con
venience:.. See any Soul hern Pacilic agent or
write toT. H. L'I'ZAX, 322 8. Spring st., Los
TUD'-oN's) Pi • Pi'LA IiEXCURSIONS—
fl Every Monday over the Bio Grande West
ern und Denver and Kio Grande railways;
scenic routo; personally conducted; ucwlv up
holstered cars through to Chicago, New York
stld Boston. Finest equipment best service
quick time. Oliice, 212 S. Spring st.
PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
1 excursions via Ihe Ilio Grande and Rock
Island routes; leave Los Angeles everj Tues
day; cross the Sierra Nevada*, and puss the en
•. re kio Grande scenery by daylight. Also via
io Southern routo every Thnrsday. oflice
138 s Spring st.
i - ii. win j on'.-sa xttakv pliTmbing a
\J» speoUlty, Estimates given. 808 R. Fourth
St., two doors east of Los Angeles st.
i-m:ank v <\ einshank'. it.ember and
i gastuter, Jio E. Second st. Tel. 136.
/i B WA!TE,"iI w. FIRST BT., LoTaNSE
v • let,Lai.; views wadi to order; guaranteed
largest atsortmeni s California views. I
■piIOTOS. ANY SIZE, .fl. I'LAZA GALLERY?
1 iO X RAD SCI li KER-GR AN I TE, l.lil'M jX.
V.' ous and asphalt paving. 237 w. Flrit st.
f 1"« W. RE IDA I 0
Tj- EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
198 W, First St.
orders telephoned or telegraphed at
We are the oldest established agency in
Southern California, and our long experience
enables us to select such help as our patrons
n call for.
" We furnish all classes ot help free of charge.
0 and can supply you ou short notice. Give us
voui order and You will not be disappointed
n iv quality of help or promptness. E. W. REID
Z A CO., 2-0 tf
-, AM AN IN B VEB V' BE (TION TO BE LL ST A
l) J\ pie goods to dealers; experience uuneces
smy; beat lid* line. ir7s a month. Salary
aud expenses or lame commission made. For
s sealed particulars seiul stain).. CLIFTON
SOAP MANTFAt l i'UING CO., Cincinnati, O.
\V ANTED-Ai l l\'i: MI X TO TAKE OR
tl dors for enlarged portraits, city ami
c.untry. G. 11. EVSRITT A; CO., 421 S.
s spring st - 4-8_
I>ETTY, Tll MMXI. .4 CO., SOO-809 W. BBO
ond St. Tel. 500. The best employment
. office in every way in Southern California.
AGENCY, 222 W
1 Filth St. Telephone 132.'.. 4-12
ll - A NTKD—AGENTS CITY AND CoDNTRYi
>> ottice and household article; easily sold.
CARLSON. 7i:.~> W nil. 'Jo
! SITUATIONS WANTED.-MALE
Deserving persons desiring employment will
1 t>e allowed to insert three lines fortwoinser
1 lions under this beading free of charge.
VI ~ A NTED—POSITION, 1: V EXPERIENCED
ll man in dry goods, boots and shoes, or
clothing, (iood reierenccs. A. C, box 40;
this oflice. 22
-11' ANTE- si rUATios~BY YOUNG MAN*;
It can dive, cook and set type. Good refer
enues. Address VAN* ARMANN, City 211
\\- ANTED—SITUATION, BY M 1 DDI.K-AG Ell
V, man, willing lo do work of any kind. Ad
dress W. Box 30, this oliice. 21l
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE J
Deserving persons desiring employment will |
bo allowed to insrrt throe lines for two inser
tions under this heading, free of charge.
I f~XSv ok kkkinem'kn't dksirks tost
I \j tion as housekeeper iv hotel, boarding
I house or fomily. Has had largo experience.
Best ol references. Inquire miss smith, tins
Qftf ATION v, \s 1 KD-BY Voi Ni. LADY
O as companion to elderly persons. Can fur
nish references. Address A. C., box 30, this
j office 21
TXT ANTED—BY A COMPETENT WOMAN.
I >» washing Or housework: cleaning by day.
I Address A V , 102.' 3 S. ilill Bt 21
! -tTTANf E D--STTC AT lON BY Vol..; MAX
T* a', work ol any kind; good reierenccs.
Address 114 E. Pint it, city. 20
IBP ANTED —SITUATION, TO DO GENERAL
>> housework. Address >lISS MARGUERITE,
University, P. 0. 21
T"|r ANTED —BY WOMAN. POSITION AS
»» cook or any kind of housework 223 K.
rillh si. ; 21
J WANT TO PURCHASE 80 TO 120 ACRES
1. soulh or southwest irom the city: prefer
Improved land, and offer in exchange vacant
lots in the city and county as part payment;
will pay cash lo balance. Owners address 11,
Box 90, this oliice, stating acreage, location
aud price. ti
\TP ANTED TO PURCHABE—WANTED OWN
f » ers to list with 01 cheap lots iv the Bau
eroft, Plymouth, WaTerly, Montgomery and
Weltendanger tracts. We have customer's seek
ing these lola constantly. FROST i CASE,
23d st, and Union aye. 23
' WANT ED-C OI fx X R LOTS EVERYWHERE.
7 i We bave lots of buyers who want them:
bring them in today. CONNORS' CORNER
1.0 l A ,: N'', . '.07 W. Second s'. tf
I \ A Ni El). - M ISC EL LA NEOUS
IXTANTED- A GOOD. CHEAP, SKI OND
\i bund Smith Premier typewriter: must be
first-class in every respect. Address B. M.
BLI THE, Downey, Cal. 15-11
WANTED — ONE TO TWO THOUSAND
yards of dirt, W. Seventh st. P. o. box
081. 3-17 li
LOST AND FOUND
i r (IST — ON 7flS r -lON ROAD," BETWEEN
i_j plaza and 4-mile house. Sunday eve., a
coon skin robe. Finder will be suitably re
warded ou returning same to this office. 20
C" TRAY ED — FROM PEI.I.IBBIER ~ RANCH,
0 Thursday evening, 2 mules, one bay and
-one black. Any one rinding same will please
notify Vienna Bakery or ranch. 13.1f
fTiOl XD-Bt'ILDER WHO WANTS PIANO:
' horse and buggy as pari pay for building
house. 11, D. COATES, 224 S. olive st. 00
17IOUND-SMALL SORRELL MARE: BALD
head, one glass eye. ■ Inquire PORTER,
Bellevue Terrace. 20
LUIUMI-LAST FRIDAY: TWO MARES. ONE"
1 a hay and one a sorrel, at Hotel de Lyons
Mission road. *23
rSouNri - - s"a3i clips horses at your
1 own piico. Xonh Bro»dway.
PALMISTRY—THB CELEBRATED El RO
-4 pean oooulttcientitt, l'rof. A. Myers, palm
ist, ptoyehometrltt and phrenologist, who has
examined the bands of most of the crowned
heads of Europe, has arrived iv l.os Angeles
and intends to remain here for some time. By
palmistry he reveals accurately the past, prese
nt and future of thelndlvldual.-givesdescrip
t ons of every member of your family, the de
ceased as wtdl as the living; also the descrip
tion of ihe one you have married and the one
you will marry: tells country oi birth, age and
how long you will live; describes perfectly your
piesenl circumstances, nnd uo matter how dU
noult they are, by hit advice you will be able
Ito avoid obstacle- and aided to success. As a
j piycbometrist he is unequaled. He will locale
j any ailment or disease more accurately than
■ autopsy would do, and by this gift and power
1 has helped many who had given up all hone.
J All who are about lo make a change should
1 consult hiln, as his advice is reliable and ben
| eflcial. Tells past, present and future in gen-
I eralforsl. l'e-foci satisfai .ion guaranteed or
no pay. Free--Free—Free medical diagnosis
Irom Btolo a. in. Readings from IO a. m. to
7p. m. Parlors, the Norwood. 505 S. Hill st.,
cor. Oi Sixth 4-13
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY.
i\ f tkSBAGE AND SWEDISH MOVEMENTS—
j Thorough English method. Given at
! offic cor residence. Rooms 0 and 7, 415., S.
I Bprlng, Telephone 510.
I V|ISB I.ILY-LAI'K FROM PARIS, LIVES
I Al leleutllie massage, hand-rubbing, alcohol
! and perfumed baths; ailcudants Parlor 18,
I 113 S. Main si.
Massage AND ELECTRIC TRBATME if?
Turkish, Kii-sian and electric baths in
| cabinets. LB. LARSEN, S. Spring. 4-8
\| lis. Dit EVANS. WONDERFUL MAGNETIC
healer, is at N. Main St., room 11.
Miss DARRELL OF BOSTON, FIRST-CLASS
massage treatment, room 11, 335U 8.
MADAME DE LEON—BATHS. M A SBAGE;
eicciro-magneiic treatment; 4iou a.
ALMA WORTH—MABBAGE, SELECT i'.\-
J\ trontge, 139 1 4 X. spring St., room 4. 4-12
MME DE GRKY. MASSEUSE GRADUATE;
mattageaud hatha 3 & Spring tt
LOLA LIVINGSTON', Ills'.; X. SPRING ST.,
room 3, alcoholic baths and massage. 4-7
OKIC VERA CLAIR. MASSAGE. - VAPOR
O baths; hour- 210 8 p.m. No. 329 W. First,
iTuUiA N. SPRING S'L, I
II room 8, alcoholic path mtttage. 23 i
(Ll 188 BIRDIE HOWARD, 138W N. HPRING I !
■»i iil , room 11; aloohol bums 4.1; ■
TURKISH AND OTHER HA THS
npUBRISH AND OTHER BATHS
Both dcpartmentß of the Htmman have been '
thoroughly cleaned and refitted. I.udies' dc
pgrtment open Irom Ba, m. to op. m. Gentle
men's department open day and night except 1
Bunday afternoon. We give Turkish, Russian
Sulphur, Electric, Salt, Medical and other
baths. Massage given at "baths'' or private
11. O. BROOKS, Proprietor,
230 South Main st.
U LITE BATHBOOMB-VAPOR, Tlfc, SiioW- =
Cj er. medicated, eleetrio, oil, sea salt, alco
hol bathe; manage and magnetic treatment
Madame dk LEON, proprietor, 41«., South 1
Sprnu: si. - ]
A TTORNE YS-A T-LA W
pECK & Foley, at'iornk'y'. : .'at-i.a"w,"B i
A and 0, .Moore Block, 110 Court st. I
LOS AXGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1895.
I PARTIES LOOKING FOR A LEGITIMATE
business, ami able to command the small
amount of capital required, should see us
about the following exceptional opportunity;
notarial mill, good locatl in, doing good busi
ness; well supplied wiih best machinery, fuel
nnd all facilities; good wheat section; lull in
formation given; unusual opportunity. LOY
A IITKI.N, 338 8. Broadway. 23
Annr — for — and
'IT ——»» lodging house in town of 2500, near
l.os Angeles: only one in town: clearing $100
permonth; thorough investigation allowed:
no rent to pay lorone year; just the place for
man aim wile; best of reason for selling. Ad
dress STRINGER, this oflice. 22
BA KE RY AN I) R ESTA F RANT DOING A
be st ness of over $80 a day; large, nicely
equipped place. You can try thia before buy
ing; sure invesiment, price $1500. BEN
WHITE, 221 W. FilSt St. tf
IjV>B SALE-SMALL STOCK OF GROCERIES,
including horse and wagon; good neigh
borhood for coal and wood yard; four living
rooms. Call ai sixteenth and san Pedro sts. SI
(IHANCE FOR BIG RETURNS- HAVE YOG
8300 to invest in asirlcllv legitimate busi
ness enterprise. Will pay $75 per week. Ad
dress N.. box 50, this office tl
FH)R SALE -NICE LIST OF ItOTELS AND
lodging houses; prices range from $300
upward. S. P. CREASI NG ER. 227 W. First St.
j?OR SALE—WB HAVE SEVERAL SA-
P ioons just now, cheap if taken right away.
!F. C. AN DERSON A CO., 125' a S. Broadway. 22
i fjiOK SALE A VALUABLE COAL MINE IN
I state of California by widow. Address,
i Mrs. Fannie Green, San Bernardino, Cal. 22
t?OS SALE CHEAP; A GENERALBLACK
i r smith and horseshoeing shop; best loca
■ tion In city. ( nil at 430 S. Broadway. 23
; SALE A GENERAL MERCHANDISE
. I store: country town, $7500; or by invoice.
I I. BARNARD, U7L, s. Broadway. 23
rpHB UNION CLOTHING HOUSE HAS BE
! 1 moved to 108 \V. S cond St., between
! Spring and Main. A. LOWICH. 414
j GOLD MINES
I)ARTIES INTERESTED IN MINING AND
wishing to sell or buy mining property
will do well to call on LOY & HURIN, 338 S.
I>EKSO>- \L — HOUSEKEEPERS, ATTEN
tton ! ■ Groceries at cut lates; 50 lbs Hour,
85c; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c; 10 lbs lard, 05c; 5
lbs Japan tea. $1: can cocoa, 15e; Rio coffee,
25c; keg Holland herrings. 75c; 2 lbs codfish,
15c; .salmon bellies, sc; 10 lbs raisins, 25c; 0
lbs apricots, 25c; 3 lbs cherries, 25c; hams, 9c;
pork. ECONOMIC STORES,
305 South Spring.
F. RSO NAI.— RALPHS BAR
•lour, 00c; city Hour,7oc; granulated sugar,
21 lbs $1: brown sugar, 23 lbs $1; 7 lbs rolled
WheatOl oats, 25c: sardines, 5 boxes 25e; to
matoes, 2 cans 15c; 7 liars German family
soap. 25c; 5 gallons oil, 00c; gasoline, 05c: 2
packages morning meal, 15c; lard, 10-lbcfn.
75e: Eagle Milk, 15c. 001 8. Spring street cor
rpHE LATIYsT SUITS MADE
L by crack eastern tailors for $35, we will sell
forflS ifweean til you. MISFIT CLOTHING
PARLORS. 223-225 W. Second street, between
spring and Broadway. tf
"t IT 11Y PAY A MERCHANT TAILOR $88 FOR
M a suit when you can get the same thing
for $15 at the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS,
223-225 W. Second St., between Spring and
VTTE N T lON—FULL DRESS SUITS FO R
hire, suitable for balls, parties and recep
tions, at the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS,
223-225 W. Second St., bet. Spring and Broad
M" ISFITS AND U>TcALLED FOR GARMENTS
at less than half your tailor's prices, at
the MISFIT CLuTHING PARLORS, 223-225 W.
Second Bt', between Spring and Broadway. tf
ARRY,T)ID YOC'sIe"THE~~NOI3BY PAIR
of pants that 1 bought for $3.50 at the MIS
FIT CLOTHING PARLORS, 223-225 W. Second
St., between Spring and Brosdway. tf
PERSON AL—PA LM ISTRY; ONE HAN D
1 read free; every hidden mystery rev.aled;
life rend from cradle to grave without mistake,
1 till Bp. m. Ill';, W. Third st.
I >A NTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER FOR
I $12 we sell for $0 at the MISFIT CLOTH
ING PARLORS, 223 225 W. Second st., be
tween Spring and Broadway. tf
Mme. /.etna — fortune teller by
reading cards; also alcohol baths; select
patronage. 138' a N. Spring St., room 4. 21
MME. LECROy.~FRENCH _ DRESBM.\KER',
cor. Second and -Main, next to Cathedral.
1) ERSONAL-MRS. PARKER, LIFE-READ
ing clairvoyant; consultations on busi
ness, mineral locations, lawsuits, removals,
disease, love, marriage, etc, Take University
electric car lo Forresier aye. and Hoover st ,
go west ou Forrester aye. 3 blocks to Vine St.,
second house on Vine St., west ol Vermont
1 >ERSONAL —NEW PITocESS; IRREGULAR
i ities, Irom whatever cause, cured without
medicine, instruments or p*in ; surecure; lady
attendant; low lees. 323 W. Sixth. 20
TURKISH NOVELTY BAZAAR, lU'j N.
1 Main. Ladies will find something new.
Receiving stock daily for Atlanta fair. Bar
lAMESI AMES HAVING A SHAMPOO WILL GET
j their hair dressed free this week only;
shampoo 40c. 314 W. Second St. 27^
M~~~ME. ST ANT Z TELLS YOUR PAST AND
future fortune. 320' a S. Spring St.; 25
ijotC EX('HANGE-10-RO%M * HOUSE, "flO
V feet front, for a fruit ranch at or near
I'onrona, or an alfalfa ranch near Los Angeles.
80 acres of farm land near Paso Roblcs, San
Louis Obispo county, for a small alfalfa ranch
mar Los Angeles, or a house in this city. 11
-toora house ou 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 iv Topeka,
Kansas, for city or ranch property here. A
li ne residence in Seattle ior residence here,will
assume or pay cash difference. J. A. MORLAN,
Chamber of Commerce. 22s W, Fourth st.iotf
r-pHE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAND AND
I l.oau Exchange, 254 s. Broadway, D. w.
lewis manager—unlimited choice bargains in
all kinds oi Southern ( aliiornia realty, agents
of the exchange are among the most reliable
and conservative dealers in Sou the mi 'aii fornia
T HAVE A GOOD 76-ACRE RANCH IN AS
-1 toria, with 5-room house; 10 acres set to
nnd aJinlia; lo exchange for a good
stock Of good -; of equal volume, providing tlie
goons are not old enough lo walk. $1800 cash
price. B. M. BLYTHE, Downey, Cal. tt
Iwo clear lots in Chicago, suitable for flats
or residence; good location; for small houses
or lots In l.os Angeles. W P. LARKIN & CO.,
owneis, 133 8. Broadway, Los Angeles. SOU
ir>Oß EXCHANGE—FOUR GOOD MODERN
I houses in Pittsburg, Pa , well rented, for
California property. POINDEXTER & Wads-
Worth, 305 w. Second, 10
jnOR EXCHANGE—ONE OF THE FINEST
I and bim homes in Redondo, clear. Want
nice cottage tn olfy m. d. Johnson, 213
West. First st. tf
1--Ol'. KM lIANGK -PROPERTIES 01 EVERY
I description, city and country. BEN
WHITE, 221 W. Kirsl si. tf
VtTHERE THERAPEUTIC SKEPTICISM
1 reigns, it is due either to ignorance of
their real virtues, or poor quality oil the medi
cines employed. Accurate dlagnosia,intelUgent
use of proper medicines nnd hygienic sur
roundings will cure disease. For a careful
opinion ot your < use you can see a Diagnosti
cian nt 445.» s. spring st. 23
STrI DR. J. 11. BMITH, SPECIALTY, Mls
IXI wlfery, Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls Dromntlv
attended 10. TeL niu. H *
DR. X WONG. 'THK EMINENT CHINESE
physician and surgeon, oflice 113U'
DR. GO M KZ, I'Ai I LTy'oF MAD RID; Dis
eases 01 women a specially. 315 South
IVR, N. C. CLARK CHRONIC 1> I .-EASES A
If specialty. Wilson Block, room 338, 20
171A8H10N VBLK DRESSMAKING. FROM $3
up Tile. LEADER, 320 S. Spring St. 1
427 S. Spring at. 3-aVf, lm
FINANCIAL j _
LOAN CO N PA NY,
I.<>■ n< money In miy amount on all
kinds ot collateral securities, dia
monds jewelry, seal skins, merchan
dise, etc Also on pianos, iron and
steel safes, without removal, partial
payments received. Money quick.
Business confidential. Private oliice
W. li. DE GROOT, Manager
Rooms 8,1) and 4, 114 S. Spring st.
I TNION LOAN COMPANY,
IJ Stimson Block,
Loans money on all kinds of collateral secur
ity, watches! diamonds, sealikins and furni
ture in lodging aud boarding houses and on
pianos without removal; also on bonds, storks
and mortgages; lowintcrest; mon-y at once;
businessconiidential; private oliice for ladies,
room 112. CLARK A. SHAW, manager, rooma
111 and 112, lirst floor, Stimson block.
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc ; also on
pianos, merchandise, iron and steel safes, fur
niture in lodging houses, boarding houses and
hotels withont removal; also on city and coun
try property; low interest, can have money at
once: business confidential: private office for
ladies. (iKO. S. ROBINSON, 233 W. First St.,
rooms 2 and 3.
]>OINPEXTEK <£ WADSWORTH, BROKERS,
30,"> W. Second St., buy and sell mortgages,
Mocks, bonds and any good securities: if you
wish to lend or borrow, or invest in real estate,
call on us; collections made and property man
aged for non-residents. 28 tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
any good collateral: business strictly con -
lidential; ioans negotiated ou city and country
property. W. E. DEMING, 211 W. First street,
room l i.
MONEY TO" LOAN ON MONTHLY~Tn
stallments, long time and easy payments,
no commission charged. Apply NATIONAL
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, IB) K.
MONEY LOANED ON "dIA MONKS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
riages, blcvcles, all kinds of personal security.
LEE BROS., 402 S. Spring st. 2-20 ly
TO LOAN - UNLIMITEd AMOUNT FOB
! small loans; no commissions; light ex
pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
223 S. Spring.
<£')ll 4UUI TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
3r«.".UUv security at current rates of inter
est; will divide to suit; LOY i HURIN, 338
8. Broadway. 23
V\- ANTED-.f3000 FOR 3 OR fl YEARS O~X
Tl two tine, highly improved farms in Los
Angeles county A. A IRISH, 233>4 S. Spring.
Yf ONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE A NI) SMALL
iVI amounts, long or short time. 8. P. CRF'A
SINGER, 237 W. First st. 3-3
r l*"0 LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT, AT
1 reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. BOSBY
SHELL, 111! S. Broadway. tf
Jft.>o MUMTO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY,
3?ZZ*UUUfrom $2000 up. w. p. larkin,
132 S. 7 Broadway. 20 tf
VI*'ANTED—TO LOAN 83000 ON 2 GOOD
>> farms at good rate. A. A. IRISH & CO.,
238!, S. Spring at. 3-21-tf
1~ *<0 LOAN-MONEY ON PERSONAL SECU
ritv. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 220 West
First st, 28 tf
Yf ONEY TO LOAN-SMITH & O'BRIEN, 107
IU S. Broadway. 2-6 tf
TO LOAN—SIOO to if 100,000, si TO 8 NET,
220 W. First st. 8-5 tf
ON EX TO"LOAN IN SUMS TOIiUIT, 220
W. First It.
rpo LOAN—MONEY ON PERSONAL NOTES,
1 220 W. First St. 78 tf
I?6ii SALE-CARTER A BEECHER: MINING
brokers, represent leading properties;
gold, silver, copper, lead, etc.; examinations
made and reports furnished by tbe most com
petent and responsible California experts;
correspondence solicited: information prouipt
ly furnished. Ofllce, 328 S. Broadway. 12-12-tf
IJM)R RENT—AN ELEGANT HOME IN THE
Harper tract, 1128 W, Twenty-eighth St.,
house of 11 rooms, large barn, beautiful lawn,
orange trees, flowers, walk, and everything to
make fine home. Inquire 152 N. Main. C. F\
IT-OR RENT—A CLOSE-IN RESIDENCE, 10-
J 1 room house, complete, modern convenien
ces, laundry, basement, barn, lawn and garden.
Inquire at premises, 1033 8. Pearl st, corner
Ottawa. Rent reasonable. 28
suburban cottage, 2 blocks from car line:
fplOper month; water free, call at 128 W.
J-tOR RENT—2-STORY, 7-ROOM HOUSE ON
Figueroa St., near Pico St. ERNEST Q.
TAYLOR, 214 N. Spring st. 24
"L*<OR RENT—NICE LIST" ~OF FURNISHED
r houses in all parts of the city. 8. P.
CREASiNGER, 237 W. First «t. 3-3
rjpo LET—TWO LA RGB NEW LY~"FURNISH E D
_L sunny rooms with board in private family.
Inquire 832 S. Hope St.
ripHE I)E~NVEIIT33 N. M~ASTIE ; FINE
■ furnished rooms; $1.50 per week and up;
center of city.
nlO IE ABB—SB V FrYTY~f O ONE HUNDRED
L rooms, S. Broadway; to be built. P. O.
box 084. 3 17 tf
GRAND PACIFIC, 423 S. BPRING ST.; FINE,
large rooms, $3 per week and up.
RENT—A FINE OFFICE.
■ BELL & SABICH I, 205 W. Third St. tf
T~ O~RENT—NICE OFFICES ' OVER H AM
mam Baths, 230 S. Main st. 20
1">OR RENT — FURNISHED ROOMS, 008
Banning st. 31
-V-tOR RENT — THE BEST 80AP WORKS
X 1 building in Southern California; located in
Los Angeles, convenient to R. R. and general
business, and complete with all necessary ma
chinery iv first-class order. I'OINDEXTER lit
WADSWORTH, 311.) W. second si. 31
\Y !*N'O-X A,' SEVENTH DAUG HTEK OF THE
t> late Dr. King. World-renowned clair
voyant and aiirologllt Your life read by
planets and constelfations irom cradle to
grave. Advice given on business and private
matter which never fai ?. Astrological nativ
ity with full details, giving fortunate days for
business and private transactions, with "chart
for future guidance, that you may act ln ac
cordance with your planets and constellations
under which you were born and which control
your destiny. 421 W. Seventh si, Los Angeles.
Appointments at private re idenees 22
MRS. BAXTER REYNOLDS. A NATURAL
born medium, born on this coast, espe
cially gifted in developing mediums; ii you
have been disappointed, come and be con
vinced: developing circle Saturday evening
7:30: business reading and magnetic healing
aspecialty. Parlors 3 and 4, 131 W. First st.
A noted inspirational speaker open for engage
ments; all spiritualists, and skeptics are. invited
to call and become personally acquainted with
thisnotcd medium 2r,
MRS MARY E. S. TYLER—TRANCE, TEST
and business medium; clairaudient and
psychic reader; mental questions answeted by
automatic writing. Developing mediums a
specialty. Room 0, The Albemarle, 81 OU S.
Spring. Oflice hours, 9 a m. too p.m. 24
A~~GN E S 11. PL EA S A N(j E,~ T1 le'cEUC B RATE I >
dead trance medium, gives satisfactory
sittings daily ai residence, 034 S. Broadway.
M^RsTr-ERcvr ion e7"¥ifth ST., HOLDS
circles Friday afternoons, Monday and
Thursday evenings. Readings, $1. 31
MISB KATE LAMPMAN. "STARLIGHT,"
trance medium; sittings daily. 422 W.
MAD. GEORGE -HEALING MEDIUM—LIFE
reading. Parlor 2, 10", Colorado St., Pas
and test medium. 700 E. Fifth. 2-28 lmtf
MRS.~WEAVER JACKSON, MANICURING
. for ladies and gentlemen; specialist in
complexion department; electrolytic removal
of suporflous hair. 21)0-7-8 Stimson Block.
I 11. SCARBOROUGH, SCIENTIFIC OITI
f) a cian. Chicago graduate. Eyes examined
free. Correct glasses prescribed. 201-202
fctimson block. 3-21-lm
R. li. G. COLLINS, OPTILaTmTc OPTl
cian, with the l.os Angeles Optical insti
tute; eyes examined free. 125 S. Spring St.
B" ELL it SABICHI, 'REAL INSTATE"aND
insurance agents; money loaned at 0 per
cent, 205 W Third si. 12-7 tf
G~ ABOLIXE STOVES CLEANED, repaired
Tel. 1008. BLACKMAN, 403 8. Spring st.
FOR SALE-CITY PROPERTY
QN THE MARKET AGAIN.
, GOING FAST.
BE SURE TO SEE
THE HAMMEL A DENKER TRAOT
I Before buying elsewhere.
' , GET OUR PRICES.
This tract Is bounded by
Main, Santee, Ninth and Eleventh Streets.
• IS CLOSE IN.
For a speculation.
There ia nothing better
Iv Los Angeles.
COOK A PEARSONS, Sole Agents,
244 S. Broadway. tf
Real Estate and Investment Broken,
134 s. Broadway.
Ortnge and walnut groves a specialty.
Large ranches for subdivision.
Gilt-edge city property.
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 eighth street, 100 feet wide,
both lived with line palm trees; Twenty
seventh street and Twenty-ninth street. Lots
all SO feet front, alleys in rear; cement walks
and curbs, streets graded, graveled and
sprinkled; street trees planted. Rich loam
soil, 30 feet higher than Figueroa street, grand
view of the mountains, budding clause. Visit
tbis tract and see tho many tine homes being
built. Only 15 minutes' ride from Second aud
Spring sts. on the new double electric cars
down Central aye. Oflice on tlie tract. Free
carriage. For maps, prices and all informa
tion write or call on
24-tf GRIDER A DOW, 100', a Broadway.
lIORI IOR SALE—
BY E. A. MILLER.
Fine lot, 70x217, on Portland at., between
Adams and 28th sts.; this iacertainly the fittest
residence street in the city. .
Also, 2 lots in the Harper tract, east front
Large lot on Union aye., 50x161 to alley,
you can't beat this any place, $1000.
And now you want a snap, see 10 lota just
outside the city, near Ninth st», only $1500 for
Also, lot on E. Thirtieth it., near Maple aye.,
E. A. MILLER,
_23 227 W. First st.
JUAOR BALE— ~
SO feet on Broadway, bet Fifth and Sixth,
for $500 per front foot, for a few days only.
A fine Itne of property ln the frostless
CAHUENGA VALLEY, improved and unim
cnoice lots in Santa Monica. Houses for
rant or sale.
WANTED—Parties having money to loan can
secure tirst-class investments en gilt edge secur
ity by applying to us.
ROBERT F. JONES A CO.,
tf 204 Bradbury Block.
a Kit— Lot 40x130, rear electric cars, $2.50
LOU a week.
$1200— House, 5 rooms, near Twenty-third
and Mapke aye.
$700 an acre— l% acres, University.
$100 an acre—lo-acre lots, planted to wal
$Iso au acre—lo-acre lots, Vermont aye.
$1000 I arge lot, near W. Adams St.
$2000—100x200 feet, near Pico and Pearl
$100 an acre—Watered orange land, Eti
$100 an acre—lo-acre lots. Santa Fe Springs.
$150 an acre—Orange land, Riverside, water
$1050—85 acres, horse and dairy ranch,
•6000— Fine residence. Twenty-third it.
T. WEISENDANGER., 227 W. Second «L
HAVE THE HANDSOMEST
»!r»»IU\F arranged and most attractive o
room, two-ttory house in the city, all finished
in hard wood; this property Is located In the
South Bonnie Brae tract, the most fashionable
portion of the city; we are offering this ele
gant horn« at a great bargain; call and let us
show it to you. CLARK A BRYAN, 127 W.
Third st. 20
®0 K/i A WEEK PAYS FOR A FINE LOT
-T — ••)'' 40x130, with large pepper trees,
two blocka from electric cam; makes a tin:
home, $200; also $000 new house, 5 rooms,
hard rinished, on Kohler St., near Eishlh. rem ■
edforsl2; the best bargain ln Loi Ameles
City; also 2 lots on Kohler st., near Seventh,
$14 a foot; street graveled, curbed, cement
walks: 25 new houses since August last. Come
in and see me for bargains in lots and house
Wanted—s2ooo IOVj uross, on mortgage; city
income property. W. J. Fisher, 227 W. Second
1/-OR SALE—WE HAVE TWO FINE LOTS ON
1 Maple aye., Just below Tenth st,; the pres
ent owner had to take them on foreclosure
sale and we are offering them at a great sac
rifice; see them at once, as they-will go quick
ai the price. CLARK A BRYAN, 127 W. Ihlrd
TF YOU WOULD LIKE A HOME IN FAITH
1 ionable quartern and at low figures soe those
lovelr lots ln Clark A Brfan's Figueroa Street
Trac. They are 'he cream of the city for
$1000. CLARK A BRYAN, 127 W. Third St. 20
I -lOR SALE—ON INSTALLMENT PLAN;
1 good cottages close In and save car tare.
WM. P. BOSBYSHELL, 110 S. Broadway 14tf
. 213 W. Fint St.
Real Estate and Fire Insurance.
20 fine bargains In houses, from $800 to
$2000: some that must be sold and will go at
bargains. W. P. LARKIN A CO.,
20tf 132 8. Broadway.
8. PHELPS A - CO., REAL ESTATE
. agents; list your property for sale or ex
change with us, and we will make every effort
to meet your wants; correspondence from
abroad solicited. Office, 139 8. Broadway.
A BARGAIN—OWNER? GOING - EAST; 14
-■ room house, Orange St., close to Pearl, lot
175x255; easy terms; special price for all
cash: must be sold. CONNOR'S CORNER LOT
AGENCY, 207 W. Second st. ' tf
I" 7IOR SALE-WEST HALF OF LOTS 4 AND
1 5, block 29, Hancock's survey, 35 acres,
near oil wells In tbe northwest quarter of the
city. Apply to C. M. STEPHENS, room 00.
Temple Block. lot'
T7»OR" NICE 5-ROOM HOUBE,
JP close in, nearly now. $450 cash. Balance
on time. Best bargain In thcclty. POINDEX
TER A WADSWORTH, 306 W. Second 23
FOR SALE-CITY PROPERTY^
Qt^yKJMY-^ OUBE of FtvE rooms, bath!
3pZ»«.HF pantry, eto . K. Oth it; lot 48x140,
$2500 $1500 caah, balance in monthly pay
mo nU, will buy a nice home on Sixth it., near
Main: lot 48x140.
$2000- Houae and lot ou Paloma at. between
16th and 18th ata.; 5 rooma and bath, pantry,
cloacta, atable, etc.; lot 50x145.
$0500—A line new 2-story furnished houae
with store below, l<■>."> on Slchel aud 55 on
Main in Kast l.os Angelea. containing 5 rooma,
bath. etc.. ami porchea above, and 2 rooma
and store below. The new electric car will
pass this place. Including a fine wholeaale
$2000—Three rooma, kitchen and bath
room, lot 20x100, on Jackaou at , ln the center
$4000—A cooperage for aale.
MAP— A parit.cr wanted to take an lntereat
iin the boats and fruit atand at a popular park
iv the elty
$2700 -San Julian St.; 4 rooma; lot 40x138.
$4000—Lot 30x180 on Flower at.; 1-story
0-room house, etc.
Fine properties In and outside of city and
business properties for sale.
J. K. CHALMERS,
Rooma 110 aud 111 new Wilson block,
8. E. corner First and Spring. 20
I" r OR SALE—
' BY E. A. MILLER.
Beautiful houae in the Harper tract, large
lot, barn and corral, price $9000.
That elegant home n. c. cor. of beautiful W.
Beacon and Eleventh ata., large lot, 114x160
to alley, all modern improvements, good barn,
Nice new cottage of 6 rooms inaouthweat
part of city, terms eaay, ready for occupancy.
E. A. MILLER,
23 227 W. Fust at.
NEVER AGAIN WILL YOU HAVE AN Op
portunity to buy properly on atreeta tbat
are graded, sewered and aldewalked in the
moat fashionable portion of Ihu elty a: euch
low prices as we are offering them In the Clara
A Bryan FifUiroa street Tract, aa $1000 now
buys the finest lot In too c.ty. CLARK A
BRYAN. 12-7 W. Third sL 20
A BEAUTIFUL SPOT—IF YOU WOULD LIKE
liV to see something that Is strictly flrst-claaa
I that will make you fee! like you were ln "fairy
land," go out and ace Clark A ilr-aa'a Fist
ueroa Street Tract. Tne fl neat properly ever
offered in thia city or any oth r city for the
low price of $1000 per lot. CLARK A BHYAN,
127 W. Third st. 20
rpHE SHERIFF CAUGHT THEM; WE HAVE
X a fine corner on Tenth and Wall ats, and
two lots on Maple aye., that have Just been
sold by the sheriff and present owner must
realize at once; this is a rare opportunltv: see
us at once. CLARK A BRYAN, 127 W. Third
rpWO ELEGANT LOTS, CORNER WALL AND
1 Tenth sts., taken on torecloiure suit; prea
ent owner going tc sacrifice them for ready
cash: such oppoitunines are rare, as they are
going to sell at about half th Ir value; sec us
at once. CLARK A BRYAN, 127 W. Third st.
rOOK THIS UP; WE HAVE TWO ffOTS Oat
j Maple aye., just below Tenth aL, t-iat the
price ia so low it will astonish you; lots takaii
on foreclosure snic ard preaent owner must
realise at once. CLARK A BRYAN, 127 W.
Third at. VO
|»-ROOM TEMPLE, CLOSE IN~;
l) owner must sell; will sell house and lot for
less than house cost. CONNOR'S CORNER
LOT AGENCY, 207 W. Second Bt. tf
■•HOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN; 5-ROOM in ''
X tage on Downey aye; easy terms. In
terest CONNOR'S CORNER LOT AC
207 W. Second st.
1.--ORI .--OR SALE—CHOICE LOTS - IN SAN.
1 ica, by ROBERT F. JONES A CO., 2b.
bury block. j., i
THE "UNDIVIDED ONE-THIRD OF T~ (UP...
at. oil lands; alao a water right Adore..-
FANNIE GREEN, San Bernardino, Cal. 22
raOR SALE—7-ROOM COTTAGE, 923 WEST
f Sixth St.. near Pearl. 60-foot lot. 6tf
FOR SALE— COUNTRY^PROPER TY.
HOMES FOR ALL
Choice fruit, berry and farming lands. Ond
i mile outside the city and near the Pasadena
electric road, ln tracta to suit, at $00, $80,
$120 to $200 per acre, on eaay terms, l ake
the elecjric cars on Spring st. to Highland Park
postoftlee. Our agent there will show the laud,
or free carriage from our office to the tract.
(.KIDF.R A DOW, 109', 8, Broadway. 9tf
DO YOU WANT SOMETHING GOOD OR DO
you want to stay here in the city and let
your chances, like aun atrokes, pass you by,
and talk about hard times? Well, if you mean
business come and buy thia and grow rich: 5
acres, all set to barley and alfalfa, under good
fence; 4-room houae, shed and stable for
horse and buggy, 1 chicken houae and corral,
1 grain house, 1 Incubator house; owner is
going away. $600, $400, $200, on time. R
M. BLYTHE, Downey, Cal. tf
tSoR - SALE-FRUIT LANDS IN TJJRHmC
X Mission Maclay rancho, near San Fernando
and I'acolma, on the Southern Pacific railway,
within easy reach of the city; 1100 feet above
aca level. Delightful climate; $75 per acre
on easy terms; alto gool building lota in West
Los Angeles on the University electric carliue.
Apply to the UNIVERSITY Or SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA, rooms oand 7, Phillips Block
Annex, Los Angeles: apecial prices for cash 20
IX»R SALE-640 ACRES OF LAND—ONE OF
the finest sections of land in Kern county;
level and deep sediment soil All can be irri
gated from a large canal that Is supplied from
Kern Rivrr. Splendid for citrua and other
lruits, as it is close to Tehachepi Mountain;
and if sown to alfalfa would yield 4000 tons of
hay in a-season. Inquire of 3. R HOLTON,
Selma, Fresno county. 3-15 1 mo cod
IMIE BEAUTIFUL GARDEN A VALLEY, DE
lightful location; rich, fruitful soil:
abundance of waier for irrigation and do
mestic use; one share of water stock given
with each acre of land sold. Plata, mapa and
full iuiormaticn can be obtained at 252 S,
Broadway, Los Angeles. L. ROBSITER, agent.
IjtORSALE—THE FINEST ORANGE RANCH
1 of 44 acrea In the county, all ln bearing,
budded fruit, with plenty of water; is worth
ihe lime and expense to see it; will sell aa a
w hole or in two pieces; a-e ihis place to appre
ciate it. WM. F. BOSBYSHELL, 110 8. Broad
FOR BALE--$5OOO ALFALFA RANCH A
short distance south of city, with good
house, barn, fences and 3 artesian wells This
is a sacrifice, but owner wishes to return to hia
home In France aud must sell. ERNEST G.
TAYLOR, 214 N. Spring _ 24
I/OR SALE-SUPERIOR FRUIT LAN DS!
X water sold with land in definite quantity,
delivered in steel plpea under pressure, re
servoir capacity six billion gallons. HEMET
LAND CO., Baker Block, Los Angeles.
lAOR SALE—I 2 FRUIT RANCHER GOOD
1 bargains, from 10 acres up to 500, close in:
5 choice orange orchards, in full bearing, on
easy terms. W. P, LARKIN A CO., 132 S.
Broadway. 20 tf
FOR lALE—IO-ACRF, " PEA CH ORCHAUD
forsaie; trees 6 years old; inclosed iv good
fence with rabbit netting: price, $1100 cash.
Write J. MANNERS, San Jacinto, Cal. 27 cod
TTAOR SALE—4O ACRES, 2 MILES 804JTH-
X west of Newhall; 500 or 600 fruit treee; 3
room house and other improvements Apply
C. M. STEPHENS, room 00, Temple Block. 1
FOR SALE-LIVE STOCK
old Jersey bull, $200; also fresh Jersey
heifer. A bbess E. GALMOURE, Marengo and
Douglass streets Pasadena. 20
"[TARED HYNER HAS ORNAMENTAL AND
X deciduous fruit trees, large variety. 212
W. Fourth st. call or write.
UCTION SALE OF HORSES AND MOWERS
al Freeman's ranch, Ingle wood, 11 a.m.
Tuesday, 20th March. 28
itio r Ia le—single, Sod bus" "drive rsT
r huggles, harness. BACON, 508 S. Broadway.
TTIOR UPRWHT' PIANo"
X nearly new. $350 net cash; cost $800.
CRABTREE, Glen Terrace, car terminus. Dow
ney aye. 15
\?OR SALE~PTOV B WOOD, 55.50 A C6RD
X delivered; 3-room house $5 a month. Ad
dress 228 E. Main, E. L. A. 20
J" 7*OR SALE—ISO,OOO OLD POSTAGE STAMPS
1 cheap. T„ Box 26, thia offlco.
tLAOR'saLE—OLD- PAPERS IN QUANTTTIM
X? to suit, at this office.
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