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The Herald
LOS ANBF.I.E.X. CAJ.TFORNIA.
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ANNOUNCEHENTS.
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tinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to
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paid for in advance.
No contributions returned.
NOTICES^^
IKWIS <£ ALDERSON,
j 312 Si. Main at.
The grest slaughter sale ot furniture at 312
Sou'h Main street still goes on. I'liere are
bargains on every nana in all kinds of goods,
new and second-hand. Don't miss the place.
Some other dealers will try awful hard 10 -steer
you clear" of Lewis ft Alderson's, but don't be
misled, for you'll save money every time if you
trade with us. -< WW
_ PRA V YOUR ©SOUNDS - CONTRACT
n taken for spraying grounds and satisfaction
guaranteed that there will be no injury to Ihe
unit, foliage or bloom. Watson, Jtrwiu .V. Co
will take contracts to spray orange und all
other kinds of trees, roses, shrubs, v.ncs,
plants, etc., Willi their justly celebrated in
secticide compound, and they guarantee thu
destruction ol all kinds of seal*, aphis and
other insects that Infest your grounds; we hove
experienced workmen. For further Inform*
tion call on or address WATSON, EBWIN &
CO., ct Den hams' eccd store,*!") S. Main st,
Los Angeles. IW
I A FIESTA UK IOS ANQELES—IN ORDER
j to InsUM all possible convenience io the
visitors to La l iesia de Los Angcler, n Bureau
of Public ( oralort bus been organized, und nil
hotels, rooming houses or citizens wishing to
rent rooms during the celebration can register
at La Fiesta headquarters, No. 137 Soul!: Msin
street, staling location, number of rooms to
be reired and price lor same. This Informa
tion will be embodied in a pamphlet, under
the seal of the Merchants' As-ocihmoii, and
distributed throughout ilie city, and on all in
coming trains, A small charge will be made
for registration io cover expenses oi ilie
Bureau. AH registration subject to the com
niittee's aonroval.
PUS Lit i OMFORT COMMITTEE.
MAX MEYBERG, H. P. ANDERSON,
1 Director-General Chairman.
IDB WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL APRIL X,
1900, [orsupplying tne Los Angeles Ter
mine! Railway Company With fuel oil for one
year to the amount of Blxty barrels jer day if
required, to be delivered at the cojnpeav'l
tanks, at its First streel station. BlddeiS will
ctate gravity of the oil offered. The company
reserves Ihe right to reject all bids. T. B,
BURNETT, lien'l Manager. 2S
N~OTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
Company will strictly enforce the : allow
ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are b -
tween t> sad 8 o'clock a. m,, nnd •> and 8
0 clock p. m. For a violation of the above
r, giilatiiui the water will be shut off and a tine
01 $2 will be charged belore the water will be
turned on again.
I WILL PAY $50 REWARD Fill: iNFORMA
tion that will lead io the return ol Willie
and Charlie Griesoaob, aged respectively 13
and 14 years, who iet'r the homeo iheir grana
parentsi F. Nimmer, Yerdugo, California, about
November 29,1894. C. J. NIMMER, £oUe<e
and Buena Vista sts., Los Angeles. 4-10
rTVHE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
J. Loan and Trust Company a.c enclosed in
a fire-proof and burglar-proof vanlt wi li lime
locks and brilliantly lighted with electricity;
alcoves attached .or the private examination
ol valuables wi h writing ma.erials; a young
lady in attendant'?.
T3OB SALE—THE NEW HOME SEWING MA
JT chine Company offers tor the next 30 days
the following bargains: Whites. Standards,
Automatics. Singers, Domestics, Davis, Bouse
holds, etc., from 812 to (lb, on payments of
$i per week. 34!' S. .Spring St. Branch, SA L.
Colorado. Pasadena. 4 4
•S/OR SALE—THE "NILKS TRACT"; LOTS
JP in this beautiful tract are now for sale at I
prices ranging from $9l)L> upwards: those lots I
are sold only to parties who will build good I
houses. FO'lN DEXTER .V. WADBWORTH, 305 i
W. Second st.
■\fFSMIN'S FEMALE 1'11.!..-As A SPECIFIC
_*l monthly medicine for immediate teliei
for painful and irregular menees—from what
ever caute For sale by GEO. B FREEMAN &
CO.. 102 N. Swing st. Price, .¥2 a box.
lADIES, YOUR OLD HATS MADE NEW.
_ cleaned, dyed, re-shaped, latest style. 50c,
STRAW WORK.-, 454 S. Spring.st., bet.4tlni.sth.
tf
BUTTER— CHEAPEB TH AN EVER; FINF.r-T
tub creamery. 15c a lb.; rolls, 20c;
ff.uares, 25c. BtKZOU, 442 Spring. 4-14
MTcBINF.P.Y, DIES, AND TOOLS HADE
and repaired. J. YON SERKEY, 216 S.
Los Angeles st. Tel. 933.
} FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING FROM S3
up. THE LEADER, 3*9 S. Spring SL 4-2
CONCORD WA' i 0 NS C A LT" A T BIG
JT Tree Carnage Works, I*9 San Pedro .-t. *s
F. BLOPXB, HOUSE mover. OFFICE,
• |9 Center place.
jftOOD HOME FOB CHILDREN. 1412 V
\ I Minn st. 2*
BXCURSIONS
TO Till. EAST—THE lA
_ vonte, personally conducted excuraioaj
dfthe Santa Fe route leave Los Angeles every
1 iinrsduy morning at 7 o'clock; I'nliinnn up
holstered cars run without change Los Anas es
to Chiengo, Kau-as city. Minneapolis and st.
Paul, with annex carlo Boston; the great point
to remember is that you saie at least one mil
daj's travel by taking the fast train of the
Santa Fe route, attentive conductors accom
pany tbe parties; through berths reserved m i
more detailed iiifuimaiio.i obtained st the
company's nfice, 129 N. Spring St., Los An
gcie,, or through any agent oi tbe Southern
California Rail*, uy.
1J tT! 1.1 Ni, lON !.6 Illih X ( I' R.-11 i NS,~PER.
Jj tonally (eondnoted, leave Lot Angeles
ever? Wednesday via Southern Pacific, Denver
anil Rio i,rand and Burlington route for Chi
cago, New York, Boston and otter eastern
points; upholstered tourist cart with all con
venienoea, See any southern Pacific agent oi
write to !'. M. DU/.AN 22* S. Spring Los
Angeles, cal.
JUDsON'B " POPULAR
tJ Every Monday over the Ble Grande West
eru and Denver and 'tio (irande railways:
scenic route; personally condnoted; newly up
holstered cats through to Chicago, New York
»s'd Boston. Finest equipment best service,
quick Hint. Office, 21* B.lSpring st.
pBILLJI'B' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED j
1 excursions via the Bio Grande and Rock
Island ionics: leave Los Angeles every Tucs
nay: cross the Sierra Nevada-, nnd pass the en
tire Rio Grande scenery b}- da> light, otlice,
las s. spi ing st.
PALMISTRY.
"I J AI.MIsM: V—THE CELEBRATED EURO
-1 pean ooculttctentlit, Prof. A. Myers, palm-'
Ist, pscychomciriFt and pi. r< nologi-'t, who lias ■
examined the bandsof -has; of the crowned
heads of Europe, has arrived in l.os Angeles
«r:d Intendi to remain here for some time. By
palmistry he reveal- accurately tin past prei- I
nit and future Ol tbe individual, gives de- rip- i
tons of every member ol rour family the de
ceased as well a- the living; also the deicrip
tion of tne one you have married and the one!
you will many, tells countri of birth, age and
how long you win live: describe- perfectly rout
piesent ctrcumstauces, and no matterhowdlf
fioUlt thSV .ire, by Ins advice you will be aliio !
lo avoid obstacles and aided to success, as a
ptyenometrist he is unequaled, lie will locate
any ailment or disease more accurately iiian j
autopsy would no, and by this gift and power
has helped many who had given up mi hope. 1
Ail who are about to make a change should
consult him, as his advice is r. nbleand ben- !
cticlal. Tells past present and future in ccii- i
eini for s-T. p, i.-ci satisfaction guaranteed or i
no pay. Free—Free—Free medical diagnosis ,
irom Sto It) n. m. Re,dines from 10a. m. to!
7 p.m. Parlors, the Norwood. Otte B 11.1 l it
cor of Sixth 4-l:t 1
GOLD AND SILVER REFINERS j
k\ M l. S MI! I < (~ 1.01.1 i AND SILVER '
' * refiners and assay era; highest cash price
for old gold and stiver, plaoei and retort gold, >
or.,.etc.; check or cash within ]M hours niter 1
receipt oi bullion; we will make returns In
southern California, Arizona and New Mexico, I
from 4 tdjß day:', quicker tnan can be made '
from any other point. iUB X, Mum su, room
10 i_
DRESSMAKING
MORSE'S TAILOR SQUARE AND SKfJTBM
tajglit in 3 lesion-: only 3 measures I
t.ken; drafts all styles; rapid simple and per
lect: Indies will lind this :iic belt System. 323
\\. .Second it, ' J
H^P^AN^TED^-'M^
I~r< w. "reid ,t co.
> EMPLOYMENT AGENCY",
~,128 W. First St.
Tel 1084.
Orders telephoned or telegraphed at
our expense.
We are the oldest established agency In
Southern California, and our long experience
enables us to select such help as our patrons
call for.
We furnish all classes of help free of charge,
and can supply you on short notice. <ii v:» us
your order and You will hot be disappointed
in quality of help or promptness. E. W. REID
m_ Co.. « '-'-» g
VI- ANTED—A STEADY MAN, WHO IS A
\\ good general worker nnd knows some
tiling about Ihe care of horses, to-go in conn -
try; permanent plt.ee t i tlie right person: ret
■pence! required. Address A J A, Hcrdd
office. y
A HAN IN EVERY SECTION TO SELL STA -
pie goods to dealers: experlenco unaeccs
sarv; best side line. f7B a month. Salary
and expenses or large commission made. For
scaled particulars send stamp. CLIFTON
SOAP MAM FAt T'CRINC CO., Cincinnati, O
mf.'"ANTED —BOOKKEEPER WHO" UNDER-
W stands tiie furniture and carpet business,
can sell and make himself generaily useful:
references requited. Address B. HEY MAN
FURNITURE CO., Phcenix, Ariz. 2
si-ANTED~-A~MAN WITH ¥1000 TO JOIN
»t in enterprise promising large returns,
money absolutely safe. Address safe, box7o
this office. 28
\\-AN TED—ACTIV E MEN TO TAX E 6P -
»> dors ior enlarircd portraits, city and
country. G. H. EVERITT ,v. CO., 421 s.
spring's!. V jy*
PRETTY, HUMMEL Si CO., SOO-SO2 w. SEC
ond st. Tel. T)O9. The best employment
(llico in every way in Southern California.
DOSTON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 223 W.
J> Fifth st. Telephone 1336. 4-12
SI TLA TIONS HoM NTED— EE MA L E
Deserving persons desiring employment will
beallowedto ins r; three lines for two inser
tions under this bonding, tree oi charge.
\\-AN I El i - ~s! Tl A 110 5 B ERM A H W ID
>l OW tOdo general housework ill tierman
family or washing in hotel or restaurant. Ap
ply ;>i3 .luckson St. 89
VBEBPECTABLE LADY WISHES SH lA
tion as housekeeper or eliauitcrmaid in
lodging heuse. tail room B, N. Spring
street. -
HT ANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG GER
y\ man girl for general housework inquire
044 Maple aye, 38-tf
SCMie on Hsard a .lapari:ss Man-of-War While Preparing to Attack a Chinese Warship—Drawn by a J p ine.se Artist at Yokohama
SITUA TIONS WANTED--MALE
Deserving persons desiring] employment will
beallowed to insert three Hues ior two inser
tions under this h .lading free of charge.
A.* ANT El "-BY A YOUNG MAN, POBl i lON
>t ai carpctitcr's helper. Have had some
experience. K. WEI.I,BROOK, general de
livery. 28
11* A N 1'EI) —SITUATION BY GOOD .1A PAX
tI C6e cook, who bas b.st rtierence, in
(amily. R. S., Box 70. 29
OTE NOG R AI?H_B7 ! DESIRE? SITUATION
>~ experienced and competent. Address X.
box 70, tbUoffioe. 28
IX7 ANTED - SIT UATION r B V Br TV HER OF
>» e'perience Address FRANK A. BROW N,
410 S. Mam .-i. 29
!< 4 STED-.REAL ESTATE
MTANTED—TO PURCHASE 5 TO 7-ROOM
>» cottage and give as part payment, with
sonic cash, 3 choice 50-fOOt front lots in full"
bearing fruit trees fti the City of Monrovia.
Will assume. CARTER _ BEECHES, 388 S.
Broadway. 31
\V ANTED—CORNER LOTS EVERYWHERE.
™ We have lota of burera who want them:
taring them in —day. CONNORS' CORNER
l."i A'.ENi V. '.07 W. second -;. tf
H ANTED- • M iSCEL LA NE OI S
WA NT ED- A GOOD, CHEAP, SECOND
*? ban i smith Premier typewriter; must he
first-class :u every reiptCt. Address B. M.
BI.YTHE. Downey. Cal. 15-tf
VT r ANTED CM.I A 1.11.1E5. CALL AT 138
* t s. Spring and slat- bow many can be fur
nilhed on Tuesday, Aci't 2d. 30
LOST AND FOUND
poUND—BUILDER WHO WANTS PI ANO j
£ horse and bugtc. as pari pay ior building
bOUte, R, D. COAT) 18, 2*4 S. Olive tt. 01 i
rpUBKISH GOOD.-, ill' a N. MAIN; ham
-1 mer brass lace- made by hand; all kinds of
cuj ioa at ii.cf price vi; a v. eel; 1 *
MEDIUMS
\\ 'l-NO-NA, SEVEM lID.AIGIITER OF IHE
M late Dr. King. World-renowned clair
voyant ami as rologlst, Your life lead by
planets and constellations from cradio to
grave. Advice given on business and private
matter which never talis, Astrological nativ
ity with lull details, giving fortunate days for
business and private transactions, with chart
lor future guidance, tiiut you may act in ac
cordance with your planets and oonsiolletloni
under which you were born and which control
jrour.desiinr. 4*l w. seventh st, l.os Angeles,
Appointments at private re ldencos *2
1 .'. M. TEMPI.i: THE CELEBRATED
1 * bu-incss and test medium, has his office
nt*4l s. Main Be Is highly recommended by
the eastern papers . be gives adv.ee (,ri buslnsii
and private matters Which never fulls; the
doctor ha-, b-en working in this city ior the
last ,wo months in the First Splrlioe] society
and ever, one has 11 rent praise for his wonder*
ful work as a medium. 11- makes a speolaltf
of d'vt lopitii: medium*. The doctor will re»
main in this city a lew days longer and will
hold circles on Friday und Monday nights. •. 8
4 ONEShTpLEABANCE, THE CELEBB (TBI)
_V dead nance medium, gives satisfactory
sittings daily at residence, 884 s. Broadway,
MRS. PERCY, 108 E. FlVril _ BT.rHOLDS
, circles Friday afternoons, Monday and
Thursday evenings. Readings, 81. 81
4|ISS KATE I.AMPMAN. ''STARLIGHT."
Al trance medium; sittings daily. 482 w.
Seventh. 4-7
Af AD. GEORGE—HEAUNG MEDIUM—LIFE
.ii reading. Parlor 7, 88-% s. Spring,
tilts. HOPKINS MITCHELL— BUSINESS
.>! and i.-n medium, TOO !. . ;i: : . 3-88 1 mil
SPECIALISTS
~\H RS. WEAVER JACKSON. MANICURING
.»« lor indies and gentlemen! specialist in
complexion department; elect mi ytic removal
01 superflous hair. *l«j-7-8 Stimson Block.
Tel 1858.
DR. R. '.. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC oPTT
cian, with the Log Angeles Optical instl
tine: ■•>•■■- examined tree 1 -:. sriri rig st.
PHOTOGRAPH PARLORS
pi B. WAITS, sTTw] I- IRST'Vr.I LOS ANGE
v-» ics, i I.:.; views made to order) guaranteed
largest assort—oat s. California views,
pHOTOS, ANY SIZE, $1. PLAZA GALLERY.
LOS HERALD: THTJBSDAT MORNING-, MARCH 88, 1895.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES^
CARDWELL_~FRIF.SK
-139 N. Spring streel.
Have lodging bouses wilu irom 30 trt 10
rooms on Spring, Broadway, Olive, W. Sixth
and E. Seventh streets for sale from $700 to
t-000
Wcalso have a number of good grocery stores
from *300 to BlltOO.
Also butcher sliops from to $550.
Fruit ami cigar stands from $75 lo $350.
We bnve houses and lotti in all parts of ths>
city from $SOO to $75U0. Wn have lots of
property in this and a number of other states
for sale or trade.
We also have gilders and manufacturers of
' room mouldings and pictur i frames' business
for i-nle chpap. including all necessary tools
We have c. nice lot ot acreage property lo sell
or I rude.
Money to loan on good rcalcstati leourity.
Our Office |i htadquarten for business
chance;.
Partner wanted with smnll amount of money
to engage in a good paying business,
Fruit and candy store with all lixtures and
good lease; doing a good business; rent only
.** per month; w ill sell for $1)00 or will take
partner.
Call and list your property with ns.
CARDWELI. _ FBIESB,
98481 139 N. Spring st.
I A FIESTA RACES.
_i AGRICULTURAL PARK,
APRIL 18TH TOBOTH, Inclusive.
Sealed bids for bar. restaurant, cigar and
other minor privileges ior the above races will
be received up to April 4th
Bids will be opened that day only.
Address,
HEADQUARTERS LA FIESTA RACES,
Hoffman Cafe.
215 South Spring St. Room 19. I
iVok SALE-NEW AND WELL*FURNISHED
V lodging house In a line brick building
close In. House full and paying over $200 per
month clear. Long lease at a low rate. Price
on aid lication, You had best look tins up.
NORTON & KENNEDY, 134 south Broadway.
H-24.U
_OOf» — GOOD OPENING; PAI'.T'NLR
_,_(■? Wanted to nss : st in store, ilolivpr
orders, ele 1 , in a inanufncturing business;
stock on hand worth the amount asked; sure
investment, Apply REN WHITE, 221 W.
First st. « ti
_CI U>l k" BTATIONEBY AND BAZA.CrT
JpolFUlF well located and established o:i iie>t
street In S. F. Apply CUNNINGHAM, CUB -
TiSSi WELCH. 3*7 Sansome St., S«:i Frau
cisco. tf
IJAKERY ~ AND RESTAURANT DOING A
> bt'.einess of over $80 a day; large, nicely
equipped place. You can try this before buy
ing; sure Investment, price $isui\ Ben
WHITE, 221 W. First st. tf
FOR SALE—SPLENDID CORNER BUSINESS,
country produce, fruit, eic. Price $250,
Invoice. Spei ml ad, antages. Corner W. Sixth
and olive streets. 28
ly KS fAUR A NT ON SPRING ST. ; NICELY
IV equipped: doing big business: parties
compelled lo go east at once: must be sold; j
$300. BEN WHITE, 211 W. First st. tf
FOR SALE -NICE LIST OF HOTELS AND
lodging bouses; prices ranee Irom $80U
upward. S. P. CREASINGER. 227 W. First St.
3-3
ffionn—w~oo_s coal and feed ii si
•"V n J\) ne.-s: r,o-itive bargain: good corner;
well stocked. BEN" WHITE, 2*l W. First st.
4 28lf
U<OR BALE—A FRUIt AND GROCERY
F store. Apply at 323 W. Fourth St., between
Broadway and inn sts. 2
\\' ANTED—PA RT NX RINCA R RIA 'IF, AND
»» wagon business, w ell establishe j. Ad
dress 8, box 70, this office 28
I) ARE CHANGE; $150 WILL HIV AS
it a gen i v fur a rirst class ti re insurance com
pany. Apply BEN WHITE, 2*l W. First St. tf
jOOR SALE—A HALF INTEREST IN A
i p'anmg mill: a bargain ; for lull particu
lars apply at 400 S. Burlington aye. 30
UNION CLOThTnu HOI BE BAB RE
1 moved to 108 W. s cond St., between
Spring and Main, A. LOWICH. 414
yrii To $100 W 11.1. SECURE A PLEASANT
•T , »)i" business returning large profits: Room
10, 2*9 W. First st, 28
rpO SELL OUT YOUR GO TO
1 1. 11. BARNARD. '17.. 8. Broadw ay. 31
BUSINESS PERSONALS
pI.R-QNAL — HOUSEKEEPER.-, ATTKN-
I tion ! Groceries at cut lates; 5 lbs Japan
tea,sl; can coco, lßci Bio coffee, 250; Mocha
and lava, 35c, fresh roasted: 3 lbs cherries,
25c; 0 lbs pcaclie-, jjjjSe; 10 lh< raisltis, 25c; 10
lbs cor.l meal, 'sc: 10 lbs lard, 85c: 2 Ibsoleo
25c; keg Holland herrings, 7Bc; 2 lbs codfish,
15c; salt salmon, *'.'(•'; T caes oysters, 25c; plO"
n:c hum-7'.1; pork, S',c; 50 lbs flout, 85c,
El ONOMII Vl ORES, 305 S. Spring strccL
PERSONAL— RALPHS BROS—GOLD BAR
I flour, 80c; city flour,7oc; granulated sumr,
21 lbs >i; brown sugar, 23 lbs $1: 7 lbs rolled
wheat or oats, *sc: sardines, 5 boxes 25c; to
matoes, 2 cans 15c; 7 bars German family
soap, 25c; 5 gallons ol], 60c; gasoline, 06c; 2
package- morning meal, 15c: lard, 1(1 11, can,
75c; Eagle Milk, 15c. 001 S. spring street cor
ner Sixth.
I INVESTIGATE THIS AND INVEST $10 OR
1 more in syndicate being formed to handle a
propetty that will reiurn $50,000 p ont; takes
'"oo lo handle it: this will bear closest scru
liny. Come and see what it is. MAYN'T;, LOE
TUS „ CO., room 512 Siinisou Block. 28
rpHE LAT EST STYLE REGENT SUITS MADE
.1 by crack eastern tollois for $35, we will sell
! forslB ii we can fit you. MISFIT CLOTHING
I I ARLORH. 823-2*5 W. second street, between
; Spring aod Broadway. ti
|TV lIV pay A MERCHANT TAILOR $85 FOB
; ti amt when you can get the same thing
(orsl6at 'ho MWFiT clothing parlors!
828-285 W. second st., between Spring and
Broadway? ti
' V TIENHON-FULL DREBB SUITS FOR
l\ hire, suitable ior ball-, parties and recep
tions, ut the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS,
j 223-225 W. Second St., bet. Spring and Broad
wny. tl
MISFITS AND UNI M.I.ED FOR GARMENTS
at less than half your tailor's prices, at
| the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, 223 2*5 W.
! Second St*, between Spring and Broadway. tf
j OEND US 2 CENTS IN STAMPS AND~WE
1 i!- will scud you, free, a book showing you
how to make'money. DE VAN ai RUTLEPGE,
110 N. Spring s ~ Los Angeles, Cal.
HARRY, DID YOU BKB THE NOBBY PAIR
in pants that I bought for $3.50 al the MIS
FIT CLOTHING PARLORS. 828-226 W. Second
st , between Spring and Broadway. tf
I)EBSONAL — PALMISTRY; ONE Hand
read free; every bidden mystery rev-aled;
life read from cradle to grave without mistake,
I till 8 ti. m. llljjj W. Third at.
I >ANTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER FOR
1 $12 we sell for $0 at the MISFIT CLOTH
ING PARLoRS, 2*3*25 W. second st., be
tween Spiring and Broadway. tf
MM E. LECROQi FRENCH DRESSMAKER,
co,'. Second and Main, next to Cathedral,
REAL ESTATE
BELL & SABICHI, REAL ESTATE AND
iusurance agents; money loaned at li per
I cent. 205 W. Third st. ••• " -'
.
P~ ACIFIC LOAN CO.
-(lncorporated.)
Oldest established In Los Angeles.
Thoroughly reliable
1 Loans made tv any amounts on all kinds of
1 collateral security, diamonds, Jewelry, seal
j skins, merchandise, safes, eic. Also on pianos,
I furniture and household goods, In either pri
vate bouses, lodging, boa-ding bouses or he
tels, without removal from tbe premliei. Par
tial payments received; money quick, buii
ncssconlldentiai. Prlvaie otfico for ladles.
W. E. DaGBOOT, manager.
Rooms 2, 3 and 4, 114 S.SpiTllg St.
XTNION LOAN COMPANY,
Stimson Block,
1 Loans money on nil kinds of collateral secur
ity, watches, diamonds, sealskins and furni
ture In lodging and board fug bouses and on
pianos without removal; also on bonds, stockl
i and mortgages; low interest: mou •>• at once;
business confidential; private office for ladies,
room 112. CLARK A. BIIAW, manager, rooms
; ill and 112, tirst floor, Stimson block.
I itrONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
.»! watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc; also on
pianos, mei'chamiisc, iron and steel tales, fur
niture in lodging houses, boarding houses and
hotels without removal; alio on city and conn
try property; low interest, can havo money at
' otice; business confidential; private office for
ladies. CEO. S. ROBINSON, 233 W. First St.,
rooms 2 and 3.
J JOIN DEXTER & WADsWORTH,
305 W. Second St., buy and sell mortgages,
stocks, banal and any good securltios: if you
wish to lend or borrow, or invest in real estate,
call on us; collections made and property man
need for non-residents. 28 tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY OR COUNTRY
real estate; lowest rates; personal notos
or security, warrants, discount mortgages or
any negotiable papers For sale, flnl-clasi
guaranty mortgages. Interest ti net. JOHN L.
PAVKOYICH, **0 West First. 3-24,tf
Money to Loan in sums to suit, on
nny good collateral; business strictly con
fidential: loans negotiated on cltvand country
property. W. E. DEMINO, *U W. First street,
room 15,
MONEY TO LOAN ON MONTHLY IN
stallments, long time and easy payments;
no commission cliaiged. Apply NATIONAL
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 151 S.
Broadway.
MONEY - LOANED ON Dl AM ON Ds[
watches, jewelry, pianos, Hvo stock, car
riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal security.
LEE BROS., 40* S. Spring st 2-20 lv
1->0 LO A N—S2O,OOO—IN~SUMB TO SUIT AT
current rates 01 Interest on either City or
country property. GOWEN, EBERLIS ,t CO.,
143 south Broadway. .8
nro LOAN — UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
1 small loans; no commissions; light ex
pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
*23 s. Spring.
MONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE AND SMALL
amounts, long or short time. S. P. CRF-A
BINGER, 237 W. First et 3-3
TO LOAN-MONhY IN SUMS To SUM, AT
1 reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. BOBBY
SHELL, 11»> 8. Broadway. tf
—OO AAA TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY,
&__«UUUIrom $2000 up. w. p. LARKIN,
13'J a 'Broadway. 20 tf
MONEY TO LOAN-SMITH A O'BRIEN, 107
S. Broad H ay. 2-5 tf
TO LOAN—SIOO to $100,000 5' a TO 8 NET,
220 W. First st. 8-5 tf
M~ OXEY TO LOAN IN BUMB TO SUIT, 330
W. First Bt.
LOA N—MON EY ~0 N PE RSON AI NOTES,
2:0 W. Ptrst st. 78 ti
WANTED-MONEY
TBTANTI.fi -$5000 FOR SPECULATIVE PUB
tt poses; profits very large; secure the
money by mortgage on land worth $12,000.
Address M. N., box 70 this Office. 88
\»i ANTED TO BORROW —$3011; H MONTHS;
*» good security. J. E. HARMON, 252 S.
BronOv.av, 28
STOCKS, BONDS AND MORTGAGES
1--OR SALE—CARTER <fcBEECHER; MINING
1 brokers, represent leading properties;
gold, silver, copper, lead, etc.; examinations
made and reports furnished by the most com
petent and resronsible California experts;
correspondence solicited; information prompt
ly furnished. OHice. .'l*-- S. Broadway. 12-12-tf
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY.
I > iiss lily—Late from pa his, gives
.?! sen ntiiic massage, hand-rubbing, alcohol
and perfumed baths, attendants Parlor 18,
| 143 s. Main st.
MADAME LE ROY, JUST ARRIVED; GRAD
uated Masseuse of Clifton Springs Sani
tarium, N. Y. ELITE BATH ROOM, 418 S.
Spring st.
MASSAGE AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT;
Turkish, Russian and electric baths in
| cabinets. I~ B. LARSEN, 341' ~ S. Spring. 4-8
MME. DEGREY AND ASSISTANT, MASSAGE
electricity and baths. Graduato Masseuse,
| 81«ij s. Spring. 24
| I I ST' ARRIVED—MRS. LAWi.ER AND AS
! el slstant; alcohol hnths for rheumatism, l.'JS'j
I N. Spring St. Rooms 28 and 27. 2
MISS DARRELL, OF BOSTON, FIRST-CLASB
massage treatment, room 11, 855 M 8,
Siring. 4-8
ALMA WORTH-MASSAGE, SELECT I'A
tronage. ISB}_ N. Spring St., room 4. 4-12
LOLA LIVINGSTON, 13-., X. SPRING ST.,
room 3, alcoholic baths and massage. 4-7
I)HEBR PATTERSON ALCOHOL BATHS
Room 24. N. Spring, 3d floor. 4-*o'"i
SEE VERA CLAIR, MASSAGE, R (IOM LB,
Hours 2 to Bp. in. No. 229 W. Firs-, st.
MME. GEORGE GIVES MAGNETIC TREAT
ment, 365) .j s. spring st., room 8. 30
HULDA STANLEY. 138'.N. BPBING ST.,
room 8, alcoholic bath, massage. 24
188 818 DIE HOW ARII. 138) { N.~SPRtNG
St., room 11; alcohol baths. 4-B
MARY STONE, MASSAGE TREATMENT,
138!.j N. Spring, room 20. (I
OOUTHERN LaDYGIVES ALCOHOL BATHS.
~ 10 N. Main si., room 2. 30
TURKISH AND OTHER BATHS~~
npURKISH AND OTII ER BAT 118.
Both departnienls of tlic Hnniman have been
thoroughly cleaned and refitted. Ladles' de
part iiieni, open fiom Ba. ra. to op. m. Gentle
men's department open day and nignt, except
Sunday afternoon. Uc give Turkish, Russian,
Sulphur, Electric, Sail, Medical and other
baths. Massage given at "baths" or private
bouses,
H. O, BROOKS, Proprietor,
230 south Main st.
LITE BATHROOMS—VAPOR, TUB, SHOW
_ cr. medicated, electric, oil, sea salt, alco
hoi batlis; massage and magnetic treaiment.
MADAME DE LEON, proprietor, 416' i South
spring si. 4-12
CONTRACTORS
/SoNRAD BCHERER—GRANITE, BITUMIN
t , 1 u.i. -i_7 W. FLrst st.
QN THE MARKET AGAIN.
GOING FAST.
BE SURE TO BEB
THB HAMMEL & DENKER TRACT
Belore buying elsewhere
GET OUR PRICES.
This tract ls bounded by
Main, Santee, Ninth and Eleventh Streets.
Consequently
IS CLOSE IN.
FIFTY LOTS
For a speculation.
There is nothing better
In Los Angoies.
COOK A PEARSONS, Sole Agents,
244 S. Broadway. tf
OF HOMES—
GRIDER & DOW'S ADAMS STREET TRACT.
$300 to *(j(>o will buy the finest building lot
in the city, fronting Adams street—B2 feet
wide. Twenty-eighth stroet, 100 feet wide,
both lined with Una pain trees; Twenty
seventh street and Twenty-ninth street. Lots
all 50 feel front, alleys in rear; cemuut walks
and curbs, streets graded, graveled and
sprinkled: street trees planted Rich loam
soil, 30 feet higher than Figueroa street, grund
view of the mountains, building clause. Visit
this tract and see th« raanv fine homes being
built. Only 15 minutes' rldo from Second and
spring sts. on the new double electric cars
down Central aye. office on the tract. Froe
carriage. For maps, prl"es and all informa
tion write or call 011
21 tf GRIDER .t DOW. 109.; & Broadway.
QOSPER, SMITH A CANNON,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, LOANS,
421 i-tlmson Block.
FOR SAI E—CITY PROPERTY
$900—2 lots with 4-room house, fruit trees,
' flowers, etc., near Central aye.
$110(>-lot 50x118 with 4-room cottage, on
; Bryant aye.
$2400—4U acres near Central aye. electric
I line, suitable for lots, and full-bearing truit
I trees.
I $900—2 lots with good bouse on Pirtle st.
$2000—7-room cottage with all modem con
veniences on West Sixteenth st.
$*ou Beautiful lots In Vernon; some in
' bearing fruits.
i $tj."i<jO--5 seres on Central aye.; improve
; menu.
$•0 000- "ncome propertj on Broadway; 80
i feet frontage.
, $21,000-Large and beautiful home ia the
j Bonnie Brae tract.
FOR SALE COUNTRY PROPERTY
j $So 2'i acres on electric car line, near
j city; good house, orange trees, etc.
' $3500—6 acres frail and alfalfa lands; im
provements worth the price.
$30 per acre—Choice truit. barley aud wheat
| land Water in abundance.
I $7."i to $.00 per acre Choice iruit and aU
I falfa land near ihe city.
I $2500—Charming little home at Burlank
I laid out in fruits and flowers; easy terms,
; ¥2000 A home of 10 acres at San Fernando.
j planted to fruit-; only $500 cash.
I $150 per acre -Laud at Moneta; with water.
$1500 -100 acres Al soil iv artesian bell;
| improved.
And many other bargains too numerous to
I mention. Call and be convinced. 26-28
| SALE-FOP. BEAUTIFUL HOMES
CONGER WILSON TRACT.
Take Vernon electric car, cor. Second and
I Spring sts.; in 15 minutes you will reach tho
i tract, being located on Central aye., just as
! you cross the E. P. R. R. crossing, In an orange
i o chard; from Ibis tract the scenery ls
j beautiful; the mountains find city arc in
full view; water is piped tocirhlot; the lots
aro large; back of each lot is a wide alley, this
lot joins the city limits: one-half your lax is
; saved each year; all advantages of the city en
; joyed without being liable to its continual lax
, tttion for improvements, Free carriage st my
office to show you this properly: don't be pet
.-uaded to buy small, narrow lots in acramped
I locality until you see this tract; a large force
'of men and teams now finishing laving
! cement walks and grading and graveling
i streets; my prices are low; terms reasonable,
j For full particulars inquire of owner, 117 S.
Broadway, or agent on tract,
tf 11. M. CONGER.
j J 00K AT THIS BARGAIN.
A 7-ROOM COTTAGE, S. W.
TWO LOTS, FENCED. CEMENT
WALKS, STABLE, ETC.
MUST BE SOi.l) AT ONCE
TO SATISFY MORTGAGE.
HOUSE RENTED FOR $20 A MONTH.
MAKE AN OFFER.
JOHN H. COKE,
207 S. BROADWAY.
3-2-1 tf
_tO CA A WEEK PAY'S FOR A FINE LOT
SpZatJU 40x130, with large pepper trees,
j two blocks from electric car-; makes a Am
home, $*00; also $900 new house, 5 rooms,
I hard finished, on Kohler si., near Elehth. rent-
ISd for $121 the be.it bargain In Lo< Angeles
I City; alio 21 .its On Kohler St., near Seventh,
! $14 a loot; street graveled, curbed, cement
| walks: lift, new houses since August last. Come
I in and see mo lor barga ns in lots and hoi.se-.
j Wanted—s2ooo lOfi -iross, on city
I income property. W. J. Fisher, 227 VV. Second
| street tf
TEMPLE, close IN;
O owner must sell; will sell house and lot for
less than house cost. CONNOR'S CORN XX
LOT AGENCY, 207 W. Second st. tf
I7IOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN; 5 ROOM COT-
V tage on Downey aye; easy terms, low in
terest CONNOR'S CORNER LOt AGENCY,
*t)7 W. Second st. tf
PLUMBERS
C"~\~ji. WOTTOtT— fL.V MBING A
/• spcci.ltv. Estimatesgiven. 206 K. fourth
St., two doors'east of Los Angeles St.
t7rIaINI-TaT^tVimSUTNK."T'LUMBER AND
r rasfitter. 240 E. Second St. Tel. 136.
HOMESEEKERBI
SANTA MONICA BY THE SEA
II you want a home tn this charming HttU
city, buy one of our lota In
-—BLOCK. 49.
This block Is one of the best and roost beau
tifully situated in the city, only .mo feet from
Ocean aye , and the lots win be sold lor
lf.UO!> TO $800
In order to mane tbis location as attractive
as possible, certain restrictions are to bo made,
and the lots sold only to parties who will build
a house costing not less than
$1201)
The lots are 50x1.0 leet, and all streots
graded.
24 LOTS
INVESTIGATE AND INVEST
ROBERT K. JONES <t CO..
204 Bradbury Block, Los Angeles, and
Bank oi sautn Monica, .--ant a Monica.
tf_
——CITY HOUSES— -
S3SO-Small cash payment down, the bal
ance tn small monthly payments, will buy a
cosy now cottage, one-hall block from electrlo
cars, on a itraded street, only 1* minutes' ride
from business center; see this at once.
$1850—Lovely new ti-room cottage, with all
modern Improvements: reception ha 1, mantel,
grate, hot and cold waier. marble wash-Stand,
bath, paitry and closets, front and back
porches; lot 50x 150 feet to an alicy; 12 min
ims' r de from business c nter by el ditto car;
street graded and graveled, cement curbs
and walks, this will be sold on lung time if
sold soon.
#2500 will buy a new 7 room rcstdonce; fine
roceptlon nail, winding stairway, large double
parlors, elegant mantel anil grato, large pan
try and closets, piped for hoi ami cold water,
marb s wash-stand, patent water closots;
house finished In yellow nine throughout;
cement walk; lot 80X 150. within 1 block of
electric cars; streets graded und gray, led,
cement curbs and walks; only $.'5OO, on easy
terras.
GRIDE It A DOW,
89 IOUVi S. B oadway.
|?OR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, FOR A
1 few weeks, a nioe new 6-room home, bath,
cement walks, all complete and furnished if
wanted, rented for $85 per month, worth
$ 'Uno, will sell lor $2000, wl.limit furniture,
$21100 with.
5 acres oholoe nlf ■ 1 fn. laud, el ore to city, worth
$15(io, will -ell forsBoo,
5 acres, worth $1000, for $1000.
5 acres, worth $1800, for $1250.
25 seres, With good barn, house, corral, etc,
With water, worth $8000, for $0000.
(an use some city exchange, and orange
tuner, to sell.
EDWARD ERASER,
no 210 8. Broadway.
I/pOR SALE—THE FINEST PIECE OF PROP
ertyfor subdivision in the city; close in;
on car line, and cheap, The buyer ol this
properly will make $150,0j0 in the next two
years at present values.
SMITH ,t O'BRIEN,
147 8. Broadway.
——- 31
SALIf—ON INSTALLMENT PLAN:
I good eo'tnges close iv and save car lare.
WM. F. BOSBYsUELL, litis. Broadway. 14tf
\f D. JOHNSON,
->1 • 213 W. First st.
Real Estate and Fire insurance
SALE—
20 fine bargains in houses, from $800 to
$2000; some that must be sold ami will go at
bargains. W. P. LARKIN m CO.,
20tf 13* S. Broadway.
4 S. J. PHELPS A CO., REAL ESTATE
__• agents; list your property for sale or ex
change with us, and WC will make every effort
to meet your wants; correspondence from
abroad solicited, Office, 139 s. Broadway.
\ BARGAIN—owner GOING EAST; "Ti
room bouse, orange It, close to Pearl, lot
175x255; easy terms; special price for all
cash; must be sold. CONNOR'S CORNER LOT
AGENCY, 207 W. Second st. tt
IT* OR SALE WES! HALF OF LOTS 4 AND
5, block 29, Hancock's survey, 35 acres,
near oil wells in Ibe northwest quarter of the
city. Apply to C. M. STEPHENS, room 90.
Temple Block. 15tf
FOR SALE-LIVE STOCK
1~7»OlT SALE -.-PAN OF YOUNG BUGGY
horses, wit h or without i„u,yi,t#ii phaeton,
nearly new. As ihe owner must leave the city
in a few days 110 reasonable offer will bo re
fused, Adiiress not later than Tuesday morn
ing, 11. and It., box 80, this otnee.
HORSES FOR BALE—A GOOD TEAM OF
large draft horses, seven and eight years
old, with h-.avy truck.wagon and harness. A
siian of light, bay roadster- and buggy would
be taken in exchange Address, TEAMSTER,
this oilicc.
|70R SALE-SHETLAND PON V AN D ~DOO
1 cart uta bargain if bought before Wednes
day noon. Owner must sell U' a great sacrifice.
Good harness, whip, lap robe, etc, go with the
outfit, Address MISS D. M , box 40, this
oilice
I-HiR SALE AN A NUMBER ONE SADDLE
horse, gentle, and has heen ndden by lady
or nea' ly one year. Price, $125 Would take
good outside lot in payment. Call or address
HORSEM AN, 818 Omar aye., Los Angeles, Cal.
ITIRED1 TIRED HYNEB HAS ORNAMENTAL AND
deciduous fruit trees, large variety. 212
W. Fourths!, tall or write.
j MCPHERSON, 111 W. LOS ANGELES ST.,
f 1 » has for stile a carload or Northern horses.
Satisfaction guaranteed. 11l North Los An
gclesst. 4-25
POIt SALE-SINGLE, DOUBLE DRIVERS,
1 buggies, banc's-. Bacon, sos s. Broadway.
FOR RENT-HOUSES
rSoR RENT FIVE-ROOM HARD-FINISHED
V suburban cottage, * blocks from car lino:
$1(1 per month; water free. Call at 12H W.
TTiirlirjl, -I.
FOR RENT-ROOMS
iSoR* REN T NICE LIST (IF FURNISHED
I houses in all parts of 1110 city. S. P.
( REASiNQER, 287 W. First St. 3-3
VTEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS'BY DAY,
j.l week o'mouth; reasonable. Allen Block,
Spring and Temple. 30
rjpHE DK.NVhit. 133 N. MAIN ST.; FINE
1 furnished rooms; $1.50 per week and up;
center of city
/ 1 RANI) PACIFIC, 428 S SPRING ST.; FINE,
YTf large rooms, $1 per week tind up,
_iOft RENT—A FINE OFFICE. APPLY TO
r HELL & SABICHI, 205 W. Third st. tf
TL->OR RENT — FURNISHED ROOMS, 80S
I Banning st. 31
OFFICES FOR RENT
IriOß RENT-GOOD DESK OR OFFICE
room, at 123' i West Second Bt., Burdick
Block. _____ _°
\~LLEN BLOCK—CORNER si ring AND
l\ Temple. Large sunny office rooms for
rent, 30
FOR RENT- MISCELLANEOUS.
j -OR RENT THE BEST SOAP WORKS
JT bOildingin Southern California; located in
Los Angelas, convenient to R R and general
business, and complete with nil necessary ma
chinery ill lirsi-class order. POIN DEXTER 4
WADBWORTII, 305 W. Second st. 31
qno LET PART OF LARGE STORE, 898
I South Broadway. Apply to CARTER A
BEECH Hi. 31
PHYSICIANS
rpllE AVERAGE AMERICAN IS FOND OF
1 experimentation. He is an inventor, a
pioneer, full of courage and resources. He
woukl be the king-piU of this bread earth,
were it not for bis dyspepsia. H- has vital te
nacity, but lacks vital vigor, for ha has a poor
stomach. Dyspepsia, by ilself, rarely kills, but
it makes this life a purgatory, see the Med
ical specialist about ii, iiii'/i South Spring st.
30
MRS, DR. J. 11. KMprii", SPECIALTY, MIIK
Wifery, Ladies cured for during confine
ment at 7*7 Bellevue avenue, calls promptly
attended to. Tel 1118.
Dli. X WONG, EMINENT CHINESE PHBI
clan and surgeon, 11 .«* _ f. B'way. 4-20 •
DR. tf, c. CLARK—CHRONIC DISEASES A
specialty, Wilson Block, room 333. 20
STOVE REPAIRERS
(1 ASOLINE STOV _8 CLE A NED, REPAIRED,
J Tel. lOIIS. IiI.ACK.M.AN. 4o:; s. spring st.
DRESSMAKING
1' ASIi lON A ISLE Ii It ESS >: A X ING. FROM 99
1 up. THE LEADER, 3*9 S. Spring su 1

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