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City Branch Agencies
• . • •»
THE HERALD
r» Ontario acrommodMii the public The BmM
tau Ntmbllshed branch agencies, where copies of
the Dully aad Sunday will be on sale and advar*
lifting and fmb.crlptlous taken a.'td forwarded to
tbe main office a, soon as reoelred.
These branch Agencies do not Include too hnn
freds of book stores and news stands In all pans
Of tbe city where The Herald Is also for sale.
BOYIK HEIGHTS
E. POXXELI., Newsdealer, 210S East M
street.
BAST I.OS ANGELES
Mtt>. E C. rHA.CU.En, Newsdealer, IN i
K.irth Daly street.
SAX FERNANDO STREET
M KINNIK S rUARM.VCV. 1433 San Fsr.
nando sln'et.
WESTIiAKE PARK
PQNAI.I) A. no 's, Newsdealer, 3100 West
Beventli street.
VNIVERSITY
U. t. PAKK, Pruss, Srationery, Etc
Pos'oflice haji'Uug,
soi'iH n;xTß.vi, avente
OllfAliU I'HAItMAI Y. corner Central
svenue and Twelfth street. i
t. —: — : : —• — — ? 1
CHURCH \OTICES j
1> 1 11) K. Klli:» XXI.L TK.vi'llKtt. f.ifit • I
turer, electro mental healer :«ii.l pnfenolo- i
alst. Baodtuniahlp developecl on the true plane; i
lc.se.ns «tven In UIaJE most helpful "( uil studies, t
practical occultism: rnatrilpttons in bypnottsm t
oiven.ti, Ibase wno Kjve evlitejice "t sincerity of i
purnops. Ttrnn ui.toetate As a pbisraolOfßhil i
and pbysfOKTiomlftl Prof. Itell ;s wlvltout a peer.
I'tiii delineation of character, with chart. |t.o»
Specially written charts,giving raluabts points as
10 health, future life,i with occult laws, "dice j
ltnoms.a.l Aland 32 plrtle block, corner Broadwoy i
Hid PAtirth st-. 11,-nrs. :i to 13, t:SO to,i; evenings
by appoint un til 1
PAUL'S. IHI.KfH, EPISCOPAL, OLIVE ,
D St., opp. the MUrtL Open every aay in the year.
IhtUy service at lo a. m. The clergy w ill respond
to all calls tor .he offices of the church tor strang
ers .ir visitors without respect to creed; burials.
Marriages, baptisms os visitations of the sick. r„. :
el' tbe church cheerinlly given free for funeral
services. Tel. l 1.1. i'.ed. tf
SPECIAL \OTICES <
Kates, utr nrrartlsementa mailer this etagslnog. i
tion 1 time. cents p,-r line; 1 week. cents per
me; 1 mouth. ,1 |ier line
■V-OTICE
TO '
REAL ESTATE DEALEI,
Tin;
BK.vr r:\ 11>i:n> k
that re pays ;
to 1
advi:u CISB
IN 1
THE HERALD j \
Tin; HERALD
IS THE l-At'T THAT '
NEARLY ALL THK 1.1-.ADINC DEALERS I
IN THK I ITY
ARE REPRESENTED IN ITS 1
FOR SALE COLL'SINS 1
FOR SAI.K ( OLI'MNS
AND I'IND
THAT IT PAY'S.
THESE ADVERTISEI;s
ARE WIDE AWAKE ,
' ' BUSINESS MEN, !
THEY ARE NOT
EXTERniENTINi; -TH EY HAVE TRIED
Till- HERALD
THE HERALD
•r>rstNl'.s< NEWBP APKP. — THE DAILY
J » Journal; a business newspaper, publishing all
Ihe county official records, real estate transfer.,
tnortgages ami liens, building news, contract work,
financial news, anil all news relating to tbe re
sources and iievelopra.nl of southern California
end the great territory ot tlie southwest. One dol
lar per month, or tn advance fhl per year. l'-T \\.
i'lrst st., Los Angeles, CM c l tf
■X*-<ITU E-THE I.OS AM:ELESCITV WA TEII
_a!N t>e, will strictly enforce the following rules;
The hours lor sprinkling are between the hours of
■ftitd ioetoeK a.m. Ann ft and» octoclc p. m* Kov
a \ iolation of tin- above regulations the water w ill
be shut off and a dne of £1 will be charged before
the water w ill he turned on again. l-'il
MESMINS H.MA I.E PILLS AS AISPEI It'lC
monthly medicine for Imoiedlat. relief for
vainfoi anil Irregular nn'iis.-s -from whatever
cause, Eor sale by OEO. 11. EREEMAN A Co.,
Biiuilieasi cot. oecood and Broadway. Price ?i a
CIHINA AND O LASS WARE REPAIRED,
J riveted or cemented ; a speeialt} vi repairing
lavs. V. T. REI lER. lIT W . sixth. a-27-Wi
tOOEraWILI. BUY CHOICE LOT, A N'GELE
OU ie. Heights. S. K. LISfDLEY, 10» S. I
Broadway. if I
I.sp.EK or COST- VOUB CHOICE OF IM !
. standard luniks, handsomely and substantially i
houuil iv cloth, l-'or particulars see t-colutttUfttt* j
nduncemenl lit thht Issue. j
EXCURSIONS
ON<'E A WEEK I'ERsuN A LEY » ONDUCT j
ed excursions lo Chicago. St. I'uul. MltineapO
li-i nnd all eastern points, leave Los Angeles every
Thursday, via Southern Paeilic, Fnion l'ucltic
•World's Hctorlal Line." ami Chicago ami North
western railway, ihe sierra KsA'adas aud
passing ail points of weenie interest by daylight,
I'pliolsten-il tourist t in--ot latest Fntlman pattern.
lighted h> gaa ( »nd run through without chansja,
i ompetent cunductors accompany each party.
J-'a-sli'st time. Lowest rates. For tickets an<(
berth reservations, apply to .I. ii. PEARMAN,
tnaimgegjn f. herr.t. i*. a..'_-_':•. south Rprlng
ft., ItOS Angeles, or to any aseni southern Facltio
company. t>s-8
JUU.NOX PERHON ALLY CONOUI TED EX
cursions over true southern route to Chicago,
via st. Louts, leu\e Los Angeles every \\"e<lnesday j
at 3180 p.m. Tltroush cars, lb rough managers, I
Comfort, economy and enjoyable route. Appiv to i
JUDBO3I «k Co , 2t3 s. Rprlng st.. Los Angeles."
1 _>H ( LLll's- FERso\ALLY < o.VJH'i TED EX-
J. cnrslons %'iathe Rio Grande nnd Rock isiund
route, leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, cross the
{sierra Ne\ adits and pass tha entire RioGrarnle
Scenery by daylight; also via southern route every
Mon.luy. Ofm c, S. Spring st.
J>i;RLINt.ToN Hut I :■; I'ERsuN \ CON
> ducted mrcuraions tn the east every Wednes
day over the scenic line of tl.p world ; upholstered
tourist cars without ehauoe. T. 11. DFZAN,
22" s. Spring si . Los Angeles, Cal.
•jm REE of i < is'i -YOUR CHOICE OF 200
.1 bandaomsly and substan
tially hound in cloth, For particulars see 2
column announcement In this paper.
pi a sos
17IOH SALE-CiOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, ,111,:
1 organ,9B6; piano for rent, *;;. &06 S. Broad,
way.' ITtf
-|7«ort SALE—Mf-ST HACRTPICE SIY FINE
X Hgsleton upright pie.no for *IT.'>. Cull at tin
Boston ft. :;7 tf
KNABE AND VOSE A- SONS PIANOS AT
BIRKEI.'S Parlors Is and 19, Pirtle hlk. t!
t— - - 3
A TTORXE YS-A T-LA W
BROUSSEAU A SIONTOOMEBY,
Attuniei-s-at-Latv,
403 Bradbury blk., l.os Angeles. 4-5
(, y. CRONIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW; OK.
.'» flees, IS and 11 Jiank bldg.. cor.-Main and
l-'irststs. Advice free. 3-10-ti
TrjARoXIN IN A SLIOHTLY USED BTEIN-
J> way uptight piano. Address K. box 100, Her
MM. It
X.-MIKK OP COST — YOUB CHOICE lIP Job
j? standardbooks^handsoiueiyand substantial
ly bound in cloth. For particulars see two column
announcement in this issue.
STORAGE
TvJIV ANI" i LEAN STOR,AGF, KOH HO'.'SE
\9 hold good-, planns, trunks, etc. City Ware
house, 896 Upper Maui St*, C. T. SMI TH, pr >prie
icr. Tel. t>4j. tl
HELP WASTED—MALE
Raten for advertisements under this classifica
tion—l time. "1 cents per line; 1 week, 30 cents per
line; l month, fl per line.
HUMMEL BROS. CO.,
Successors to
PETTY, HFMMEL A CO.,
EMI'LOYMKNT AGENTS,
300-302 W. Second st., U) basement
calllurnla Bank Bldg.
Tel. 500.
otflee hours from 7 a. m. to 7:3) p. m., except
Sundays.
M E N's DE FA IM'MEN T
Woad choppers, 82 per cord 1 boy to herd a few
cews, 85, etc., month: coachman and gardener,
local reference; practical buggy washer; sailors,
?30,etc.; marineenginee.-. f7Bj ifC.
HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Hr>t rkis* hotel waiters, |M, etc.! waiter,
825, etc.; cook, country, $s 1, etc.; bead waiter, ho-
W,830, etc.; cook, restaurant, country, f4O, etc.;
tasnlly cook. $»0, etc.
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
l aundress, one day each week, 11.50] house girl.
Country,good, Itroma, 848 and fare; cook, family, I
adults, country, ;Ull htre; housekeeper for man
and Ron, ■*!.">; BiTt to assist, fl2; girl to assist.
Riversi<le. fin; house «irl. cotta«e, country, 0)15;
house tiiri. near Sam DtecOi f"- 1 ' and fare, employer
here; Gorman necoud niri to wogk with German
cook. (80; solicitor tn travel as companion, ex
penses and one-third prollts.
HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Experienced cashier, small restaurant. ISO and
meals: 2 waitresses, boarding house, ylo each ;
waltr sses. clty,fB week and room ; lunch waitress,
50c, etc,; 3 waitresses, country hotel, 820, etc.: fare
paid: 'J waitresses, lirs:-,-tass hotel, country |20
and tar".
HUMMEL BROS, it CO'
\\*-ANTED- A NEW BUSINESS HOl SE.
8? opening up in san Ftanchjco, desires good,
> uriipeie-nt ielp through the Fmted Slates Indus
t rial Agency. Among tlie positions t ohe tilled are
the following: Salesmen for dress goods, notions
and linings. Persons holding eertiticutes in this
agency,competent to rlli any of these positions,
aro requeeted 10 call at once or write, and'hose
who are compelout, who hSKVO not a l , ye; tiled t bi-ir
applications in this office, are also Invited to do so
at once, as we huve a large number of positions to
till right away. Room 28J comer bulnttOg. Thfii
agency will remove its San Francisco general of
ficesto the Emporium building on the Ist of mv\t
month, 7
ANT ED-SALESMEN-BWO TO |t25 PER
?t month and expenses: sample line; position
permanent, pleasant ami desirable. Address, wttb
stamp, KING M F'G CO.. F. 78, Chicago- 7-2W
YV" ANTED-A FEW MEN OF GOOD AP
ft dress can find employment by ayplying nt
room 20*1, Currier block, Third st. 8-8480
\l r AXTKO - PANTSMA KERS; STEADY
v\ eniploynH'iit. Columbus Woolen Mills, 144
s. Main st.
TENANTED—HELP FREE 27 SITUATIONS,
\\ .12 I', 8. Broadway. E. NFTTINOER.
rftELL YOF R N EIGHBOR a BOU I THE
1 Herald. Ii is a gnat newspaper. Send a
sample copy "ait, occasionally. If you don't want
to send your own paper eaU a: the oflice and have
them mailed direct, free of cost.
1-sltE E Off COST-YOF R CHOICE OF 200
* standard books, handsomely and substantially
hound in cloth. For particulars see 2-column an
nouncement iv this issue.
HELP WAN TED- FEMALE
\\" ANTED V N E\\ RUSIN ESS tlOftsE.
ft opening up In San Frnnchico, desires) good,
couipetent help ehroagfa the Fntted states Indus
trial Agency. Among tho positions to be tilled
axe tin* follow in*: Bauatadlea Rwcoraets* hosiery
ftudgtoves persons holding certillcates in this
agency, competent to ill! any of these positions,
are requested to call at once or write, Also, those
who are competent who have not yet tiled their
applications in our office are invited to call at
once, as we have a large number ot positions to AH
right ttway. Also, a saleslady. WOO cun speak
French. Is wanted at once by another bouse.
Room 201. Currier building. This agency will re
move its sau Pranclacogeneral offices to ths Em
porium building on the Ist of next month. 7
F-iREE OF COST—YOUR CHOICE OF 380
standard books, handsomely and substantially
bound in cloth. For particulars see 2-columu an
nouncement iv this issue.
rpO BUY OR SELL ANYTHING THAT TS
X Saleable try the w ant columns of The Herald,
A few cents invested iv this manner may make
yOSJ many dollars.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
TEI»-"-SITFATI oN BY A CALLMAN
on.the dty tit*-department: permanent po
sition for inside work ot any kind, iv business part
Of city preferred, »vh>h privilege of responding to
tire aiarin in my district j age 22. weight 175 poundS;
nlnwyaafssxperlence In retail grocery, but can do
anything; wages r» asonable, with above privilege;
best of references. Address T. box 10", Herald
otticc. R
W" tNTED - BY A I A PANES E. FIRST-CLASS
ft cook, a situation in city or tOUUtry, Please
apply Bamboo store. 2'»2'. W. Fourth. 7
1-s 1; 1; k oF 11 isT VOl'll CHOICE OF 200
A standard books, handsomely and substantially
bound In cloth. For particulars see 2-columu an
nouncement in this haute*
SITUATIONS WANTED^FEMAJLE^
TIT ANTED -BY A," REFINED YOUNG
\ T w oman teacher OJ same c xperience, position
as governess, to care tor children, or to act as com
panion. W onld assist with light housework. Ad
ori ss x, Herald Pasadena office. 8
W* - ANTED—BY* YOUNG LADY, POSITION
ft as apprentice to dressmaker or milliner.
Address R RICHARDSON, station G, box 14. 11
XTTANTED—A POSITION AS HOFSEKEEP
\t cr by a good reliable lady of experience. Call
or address 'J;i4 8k Dili St.. room IS. 8
11 REE OF COST-YOUR CHOICE OF 300
standard book*, bandaomely and substantially
; bound In cloth. For particulars see 2-coiumn an
nouncement in this issue.
1 BUY OR SELL ANYTHING THAT IS
I X saleable try the want columns of The Herald.
' A few cents invested In this manner may make
you many dollars.
WANTED—PARTNER
j TnrjTANTED— PARTNER—MRS. G RAY OF 819
i ft w Fourth st., w I sues partner In dressmak
ing, W
i rpELt YOl R KEfGHROR ABOUT THE HER
1. aid. 11 is a great newspaper Send a sample
I copy east occasionally, if you don't want to send
your own paper, call at the office and have them
j matted direct, free uf cost.
i fjl It E E OF I•< >sT-YOF R CHOICE OF 200
1 JT standard hooks, handsomely and substantially
j bound in tdoth. For particulars see 2 column an
-1 nounoement In tins issue,
i WANTED—AGENTS
i rfIKLL YOUR NEIGHBOR ABOUT THE HER
[ X aid. It is a great newspaper. Send a sample
I copy east occasionally [fyotldont want to send
I your own paper, call at the Office and have them
j "mailed direct tree of cos*
I fTiRBE OF COST -YOl it CHOK E OF 200
i 1 standard books, handsomely and substantially
bound in cloth. For particulars see 2-column an- 1
noun cement in this issue.
WANTED—LIVE STOCK
\\*- ANTED A FI'.W G«K»I» SERVICE A RLE
" horses; will trade land. Chave 15acres of
good land In San Luis Obispo county. Cal.; ll acres
under cultivation, and Will Riv" the right party a
bargain. Apply at Southern California Creamery
Co., 818 s. Broadway. tf
rpO BEY OR SELL ANYTHING THAT IS
X saleable,try the want columns of The Herald.
A few cents invested Ui this manner may make
you many dollars.
WANTED—REAL ESTATE
Tj-s REE Op" COST—YOUR CHOK !E O F 200
1 standard books, handsomely and substantially
bound In cloth. Fox particulars sea & column an
nouncement in this issue.
WANTED—TO RENT
rt-ELi.' voi r "neighbor about the
X Herald. It is a great newspaper. Send a
sample copy east, occasionally, if you don't want
to semi your own paper call al the ollice and have
them mailed direct, free of cost.
WANTED—MISCELLANB OC/S^
mo BUY OR BELL ANYTHING THAT IS
X saleable try the want columns of The Herald.
A few cents invested iv this manner may make
you many dollars.
CFTRAYKD OR stolen FROM INGLE WOOD
bri-kyard. on February 20, one sorrel mare, 8
years Old; one hind foot white; »ud one bay gel
ding, while spot In forehead, and white tip 011
nose; 820 reward for their return. 10
lOSI OST-ONE HALADAY TEMPLE WHEEL;
-i If re turned, nood reward ami no questions
asked. Taken from Fifth and Ma pie at tjew
building. 801 F. Third st. 8
w- (IST —PASS ROOK ON MAIN STREET SAV
.MJ IngS Rank and Trust company, No. 1417.
Finder please return to bank. n
"IT"REE of COST—YOUR CHOICE OF 300
J standard hooks, haudsonielv and substantially
bound iv cloth. For particulars see 2 column an
nouncement In this issue.
rpO BI'Y OR SELL ANYTHING THAT IS
I saleable try the want columns of I he Herald.
A few cents invested In ibis manner may make
you many dollars.
LOS ANUJfiLJfiS -UJSKAL.D: HATUKDAY MATtCH 7. 1898.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Rates for adVerllsetnaata under this classifiVa
tion—l tlme ( 8 cents wSr line! 1 week 3i) cents per
line; 1 month *1 per line
>" 'pioit SALE ONE OF THE BKfsT LIVERY
1 businesses in souther al ih>rnia.;rnust be sold l
ay once on aceotwi of Risk new: tlwrough invest!- l
(tailo-i. fail or address REULA N l«S LIVERY, I
Redlands, Cal. .1-13 I
saLK goC,l> CHANCH *TO BUY A
r splendid business A cigar, ea.it.y and drink 1
stand, wiih room in hack tor living purpose*. Rea
son* for seJUng. Call Vl'i K. second nt *
-HAKERY. WITH LARUE BRICK
n\« n. hnrsi\ wagon, etc. southwest
part of city; Uylng rtiointt, etc. Apply BEN
W H ri K. jii W. Wrfi st. 7
-■/OR BALK—GROCERY, WELI LOCATED.
M: With Hviim rooms; doir.ic good cash hit-tines*;
positive bargain. HEN \V fcUT E, 221 W. First st.
j> ~* ffirv CASH, |N BALANCE, \v fLL BUY
3 IUU uooil payinn restaurant with 4 fur
nished rooms Rettv in trade- W Grand aye. in
Ok OO BE—WOOD. COAL, HAY AND FEE D
• •?) yard, biggest bargain evtl offered.
Apply to REN WHITE. 221 W. First st. 10
COAT,. HAY AND FEED
4 O\J business; «ood corner; valve in stock ;
barvjan. BEN WHITE, 221 W. firsisi. 7
a%iw) — f\- t OFFEK PARLOR AND BAKERY;
receipts over 922 ft day; never offered
In-fore. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 7
I.IOR SALE—FRUIT AND CIGAR STAND;
1 flue location Trice, 8125. MAHONEY »k
MYERS, 420 s. Mum st.
YOU SAi.K CREAMERY, DOING GOOD
r business Price, 9150. MAHONEY & MY
URS, 428 s. Main st. 7
„> SELL OR EXCHANGE V ROPERTY QUICK
_ go to HEN WHITE. 221 W, First at. II
mO SELL OFT VOIR RV SI NESS SEE h D.
' X BAUXAIUMK'iS. Broadway.
I TTIOR SALE-GROCERY STOKE AT A BAR-
J; gain. 884 E. Second st. 7
ISJOB SALE-BARBER SHOP. 123 E. FIFTH
st. I
FOR SALE-LODGINQ HOUSES
TpOB SALE—LODOINO IDH'SES—
ft rooms. Broadway. elo-e in ? %M
» rooms, s. Hill, very tiny W
to rooms. Hill si 4TB
17 moms, Hill st UW
1H rooms, Main si SOD
47 rooms. Main st 1000
30 rooms, Temple st 1400
!► rooms. second st 800
i > rooms Temple st.. mco place 1000
l i rooms, OHv« st 8000
OR room-, Los ABgeles st.. rooms full 1200
S rooms. Bunker Hill aye, only ~ 878
14 room-, so\ em h tt, BOD
24 rooms. Main st 1100
20 rooms, Beoond it 1600
10 rooms, Hill hi BBQ
10 rooms. Hill St., close iv. 1590
90 rooms. Hill st binu
17 rooms Rroudway 800
S3 rooms. Fourth st 1700
X rooms, Hill st.. very nice ISO
S rooms, Grand aye 828
lb 100111*, Los Angeles si TOO
And many others in ail parts ol the city.
If yon wish to buy a lodging house or If you have
one to sell it will pay you to cull and see
CREASINGER,
24" B. Broadway*
IJVOR SALK--LODGING HOUSE OF 13 ROOMS;
' bargain. 229 S E. Fourth st.J 1
171 BEE OF COST—YOUR CHOICE OF 200
standard books, handsomely and substantial,
ly bound In cloth. For particulars see two column
announcement in this Issue.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
1 >E~RsoN A L - J l'sT Ll KE FIND! NO MONEY.
X That's what people >ay who have tried a small
ad. in The Herald. They don't cost much, but ihe
results ore simply marvelous. In this popular de
partment The Herald baa made a gain of more
than 200 per cent 111 the past few months. Ills
circulation counts The Herald has it. If you
want to talk to halt the people in Los Angeles and
other parts of southern California, try a small ad.
In addition to the Immense and rapidly Increasing
circulation of The Herald, its sales by newsboys,
on trains, nt hotels and summer resorts, make it
the'advertising medium of the Pacific coast.
Look over these .small advertisements today.
They will interest you and may make you some
money.
Tomorrow try one. The results will be both sur
prising and satisfying. ti-ltl
PERSONAL- FRESH ROASTED COFFEI
Mocha and Java, SBc; Ralston cereal coffee,
lw; 3lbsgondten.il: s lbs rolled wheat. Zsc; U
lbs white beans, 25c; t> lbs eastern buckwheat, 25c;
can cocoa, I3c; can com beef. 10c; can Jelly, •*"'; 4
lbs peaches, 25c; a lbs prunes, 25c: lO lb* raisins,
15c; 5 boxea sardines,2oc; Scans aalmon, 25c; 50»lb
sack Sour, 00c; 80 liars »oap, fjl] nork.se: bacon,
10c; pure margarine, gdo v roll. ECONOMIC
STORE, 409 S. Broadway.
I>E RhONAL—RALPH9 BROS*—GOLD BAR
ttour, 11.08; city flour, 9Uc: granulated Sugar.
Wins., 81; brown sugar. 21 lbs., fl; ft lbs. rolled
Wheal or oats. Sfie; sardines, r> boxes, 38e; tnma
toes. 4 cans, 28c : 7 bars German family soap. 28c; B
gallons oil, $1; gasoline, fl; i packages morning
meal. 86c: lard, mm cap, wo; 12lbs. beans, 25c; t>
lbs. rice, tso* 600 s. Spring *t., cor. sixth. 6-1
PERSONA L—NEW PROCESS; IRREGU
laiilies, from whatever cause, cured without
medicine, instruments or pain: sur<ioura; tody
attendants; low fees, gios, Grand aye. «-;i
PERSONAL— H. MORRIS PAYS THE HlGH
est price for gents' second-hand clothing:
send postal; will call. 11 Uj Commercial St. ti-is
lillKi: OF COST-YOl" It CHOICE OF 200
X standard books, battdsoraely aud substan
tially bound in cloth. Fur particulars see 2
coiuinn announcemeiii la this paper.
PERSONAL
pE RSONAL—
Men (weak) conterojdating marriage, valuable
suggestions frre; confidential. Address "Medicos"
(With Stamp), 128 X. Main si., room 7, Los Angeles.
4-3
IF YOU'VE A DOLLAR TO SPEND FOR
. harness, baiters, brushes, curry combs, or
horse clothing, whether you're rich, poor, or so so,
don v spend it unlit you've examined our stork,
U.S. Harness store, U. S. Hotel hloek. U
I PERSONAL WANTED -TO CORRESPOND
with a pleasant young lady with cash, by a re
spectable young gentleman of means; object,
maiHmony. Address. It., box 70, Herald 7
ERSONAL—DO YOF WISH TO MARRY?
We have refined ladies and gents of means;
Investigate; strictly conßdentlai; letters must con
tain 10c stamps. lioom 1, S. Broadway.
I>EBSONAL — NEW PROCESS — IRREGI
larities, from whatever cause, cured without
medicine, Instruments or pain; sure cure; ?i treat
ment ; home. ai9 Grand aye, 0-8-0
tf i ET OCR PRICES TRACK/RUGGY. BUSI
-1.1 neaa harneas, whips, chamoia, bandages,
bthahes, horsa clothing, F. S. Harness Store, F.
S. Hotel block, i>
BUGGY HARNESS. «4.!t0; EXPRESS HAH
neaa, 81-: double buggy 'harness, nleke]
plated. |20,attbe U.S.Harness store F. s. Ho.
Tel block ,D
IT COSTS YOF NOTHING TO LOOK AT OUR
gOOdB and tcet our prices. F. S. Harness
Store, F. S. Hotel block. 'J
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS. BTC^
I> ATE NTS FOR INVENTIONS OBTAINED
in all countries; bought and sold. B, J. DAY
A CO., patent attorneys, room So, Bryson hlk. tf
KNIGHT BROS., I'A TENT SOLICITORS;
free hook on patents. 3ns Stimson blk. 'J-22-f»
IJIREE OF COST—YOUR Choice of 200
" standard books, bandaomely ami substantially
hound in cloth. For particular* ace 2column an
nouncement In this Issue.
rpO BUY OR SELL ANYTHING THAT IS
X saleable, try tbe want columns of The Herald*
» A few ''ems invested in this manner may make
you many d"ll»re. 1
FOR EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
Under this heading wul>scribers to the HerAld
may insert an advertisement Ol 80 « ords or less,
tour times, free irt' cost, provided the advertiser is
not n dealer in the article or goods advertised.
I — .-—
EXCHANGE OR sale A CHOICE
collection of am ient coin from the collection
lof the late celebrated numismatist, Prof. Abrnm
Richards of Eloren.ii), Italy, and ideutiifil with
| those as presented tq the Ualversity ot bttohlgan]
I Will take city lot, plum, bicycle, gold wni*-h. jevv
dry; exchange singly or In lot. Address 424 8,
tint st. s
IJIOR EXCHANGE A (COMPLETE SET OF
plans aud apeclflcatlons ol a 6-room « nttage lor
» second-hand hicM'b .or what have ymi" Al-o
ssscamera, with complete outiit for secsmd-hand
melodion. 772 Maple aye. ! '
TpOR EXCHANGE A PAIR OF THE FINEST
1 1"IK puppies in the city, in exchange, for silver
or gold. Male.*-".; female. 82.50, Thay are thor
oughbreds, from educsvtesl gneestoffa. Address
MILDRED, Herald office B
fTiOR EXCHANGE I HAVE THREE (8)
a very tine thoroughbred masttsT pugples that I
Will exchange for chickens or young beats, a heifer
calf, a single buggy harness, books. Address bog
yt, Downey, Cal, ' *
fTSOR EXCHANGE—FIRST-CLASS HEROIC,
F nearly new; cost new 81100. Will trade
for giHul "spring wagon or buggy, or sell very
cheap- Address box 883, orange. Cal. I
TJIOR exchange OR SALE—I ENCUBA-
I tor and 8 brooders. W ill exchange fur any
thing or will sell for 135. HERBERT GROVE,
22"> E. Fourth st.. l.os Angeles, cal. S
Xj>Oß EXCHANGE-ONE PINE BRICF.CH-
V loading .shotgun: also beautiful guitar and
music stand: trado for cow or bicycle. W. H,
OIBRS, 1610 S. Main st. 7
171 OR EXCHANGE SOME JEWELRY AND
a Hneo-abooterfor some diamonds; will pay
the difference in money. 1 want 3or 4 diamonds.
Address M-, Hox io, 3
XT or EXCHANGE—EXCLUSIVE AGKNCY
r for eastern manufacturer, win take oHy or
country property for part paymeut. Address s. c.,
Herald office. " 6-tf
1710R EXCHANGE GOOD LIGHT BUSINESS-
Owner leaving town Value 81000,
have you tO Offer? Address J. It., Herald ollice.
U-tf
174 OR EXCHANGE -NEW 22-POUND, HIGH*
? grade bicycle for good gold watch and some
money, ii. M. LEE & BRO., 140 N, Spring st, s
•174 OR EXCHANGE-HAM MERLES* POCKET
I revolver, nearly new . for carpenter tools. Ad*
dresa TRADER, box 80, Herald office* 18
171 OR EXCHANGE -OLD CENTURY MAGA
r zincs for second-hand dictionary. Address
R E A PER. bOX 80, Herat i office. l i
TflOR EXt-I! ANtiE -HUNTER-CASE SILVER
X watch for goo I sewing machine. Addresß W,
w.. box 40, Herald office. 18
TTtOR EXCHANGE-ONE GOOD UPRIGHT
I i\ iniball piano, only little used, foi' a city lot,
F.nquiie Hi Roqueng st. 13
1740R EXCHANGE-ONE sofND DELIVERY
horse, worth 885, for groceries, Call or ad
dress Turner st. S
IJIOII EXCHANGE-ONE OR MORE GOOD
horses lor furniture. Apply to J. P. JEN SEN,
235 sau Pedro si, 7
Til OR EXCHANGE—A COMPLETE EDISON'S
I phonograph outttt at 136 N. Main st., Los
Angeles, Cal. >
1740R EXCHANGE—BANJO FOR SMALL EN
' cyclopedia. Address MUSICIAN, ho) 40,
Herald office. 13
1740R EXCH ANtiE will EXCHANGE CAR
neuter work lor team. Address J. A. E., I*. 0.
I Box 886, 7
1740R EXCHANGE—FOUR ROOSTERS FOR
1 hens. E. It. MKLCHOR, 1686 Temple st. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE
j^or"i-:xVham c-
Reauiiful corner, with south ang east front, with
3 houses orlit; buildings all well built, with all
modem Improvements; lawn, flowers, cement
walks, etc., all in perfect shape; pays Income of
840; price SOOQo; mortgage fl7OO. Tbe above is lo
cated iv one block of university.
Two elegant large and most beautiful residences
near Sixteenth and Constance sts*, on large lots;
cement walks and drives, basement and hiick
foundations; one has Hi rooms and the other !t,
with baths, pantries, hot and cold water, grate,
mantels nnd East Lake views; price fiiuOO; each
mortgaged $2*<na,
And still another beautiful 7-room 2-story mod
ern residence near Sixteenth and Vernon sts.;
large lot, well Improved; cement walks; fencing
-table, en- ; tttreet graded and paid; price * ;1 700;
mortgaged flJo ', this is something exceptional.
Cottage and lot clear and close in, lor lodging
house; price |1800.
Two houses and grounds .13x290, runninc froni
street to street. nicely enclosed and improved with
lawn, flowers and berries; one block of I'asadeua
elect ric cars; this is No. 1 renting property; price
14000; mortgage 11500; would trade this for good
land near SSU Jacinto, Hemet or Penis.
We have a splendid piece of property In Taco
ma. Wash., modern and close in; price 88000;
mortgaged 8650 at only 6 per cent interest, due in
1887; think of a bank loaning at such a rate; It
speaks well for Tacoma; will trade for land in
Southern California.
Wanted —money to loan. We have applications
for small and large sums; w ant now ffluW, 15000,
$1750; have 51000 of good si reel bonds to sen at B7>tf.
Twenty acres, all fenced ; good house of 4 or ■ 1 i
moms; good stable and outbuildings, excellent
water supply; good alfalfa land; about 10 miles
south of city; will trade for City property; price
|2500; mortgage |S00; or will trade clear or assume;
might pay a little cash difference.
Wanted to exchange 2-story tint, new ; price{3ooo ;
mortgageBlooo; equity ror lodging house close in.
Lot 60x150, with elegant 8-Story building. BO
rooms, close in on HiilsM price 688,001); will take
half In good clear t rede, balance can tuu long tune
IOW J'ate. See
RIG GIN A CO.. room 210,
s s. E. cor. second and Broadway.
171 OR EXCHANGE—A NEW DWELLING
" honso, 4 rooms, large screen porch; rooms
12x16feet, hard finished; streets graded, cement
sidewalk; located near power house ami Central
nve.; cash. 6160O; will exchange for improved
ranch id like value Uve miles from city.
A LSO,
Whee>r tt Wilson No, 8 improved: sewing ma
ehlne In perfect order; exchange for furniture
Address L, box 50, Herald office. S
17408 EXCHANGE OR BALE—AT A BAR
gain, bOUse 0l 4 rooms and kitchen, In good
repair Lot 45X90; nice lawn, flowers and good
bearing trees, at 171 w. Thirty.sixth st.; or wilt
exchange and pay difference for bouse of v rooms
and lot ahOUt 50x150 more centrally located. No
agents, Address LOUIS K«iLli, JR., 012 a
spring bL 8
1740R EXCHANGE—SOME GOOD HOUSES
ami lots in city for good ranches; 15 acres
southwest,, close to cit>.for city home; Vi acres
laud. 10-room bouse, barn, bath; a good chicken
ranch and home place <m W.Washington st.; some
choice ranches at Ontario, Santa Ana and other
place .. EDWARD ERASER, 210 south Broad
way. 10
you exchange-20 ACRES, CLOSE IN,
I partly Improved, good 4-room house and barn,
artesian well; Incumbered 8800; value ?2"»no; for
house and 10l here; would assume. 147 8, Broad
way, H. H. BIX BY A: CO. H
tt» "Ti inn EQUITY IN LARGE LOT;
• ll I' J buildings, machinery, horses,
wagons, etc., now occupied us manufacturing,
business,all included. For other real estate see
BEN WH TI E, 221 W. First st. 7
T7IOB EXCHANGE—f3O°—EQUITY IN A 2
r room, hard-finished house and lot, 5 minutes'
walk from postofflce, at 416 Towne aye., for a clear
' lot in the neighborhood ol Seventh lin '' central
aye. Call at 7)30 Ruth aye. 13
TTtOR EXCHANGE—VALUABLE IMPROVED
r property In central Texas for some,
thing of equal value In Southern California. Ad
; dresa owner, I*. o. box 353, city. 13
17! OR EXCHANGE—TWO LOTS IN A GROW
. Ing town.near cripple Creek. Col.; will take
. a set ol blacksmith's tools, it. ,l fox, San
Juliuti st. y
.> EXCHANGE OR SELL PROPERTY QUICK
mm gO to REN WHITE.22I W. First St. II
II REE OF COST — YOUR CHOICE OF 800
standard hooks, handsomely and substantial
ly bound in cloth. For particular * See two column
announcement in this issue.
1 BATHS
IT DOES NOGOOD TO SHOW THE RIGHT
J I way tO some people, they won't s?« It, even If
' you are willing to prove m them that it Is easiest
s ami obegpes| in the end. Rut not so with all.
Some don't need urging when tney understand the
- help that comes with electricity scientific
massage treatment. MRS. DR. MAYER, M 7 S.
Broadway. 'The Wiley. 4-2
' RESTAURANTS
mHE neatest LITTLE DINING ROOM
1_ In the ciiv is the Hotel Clarendon, los s. Hill
ii street, Albert steveus. prop,; homo cooking;
prices reasonable; 21 mesla, 84; breakfast rrom6ia{)
r. CO8:30; lunch, 12M>3 p.m,) dinner, 0:80 to 7i80;
evhrything new 4 4
SEWINQ MACNINBS
I TJIREE OF cost - YOUR choice Of .00
JT standard books, handsomely and substantial
e ly bound m cloth For particulars leg two column
announcement In this Issue.
FINANCIAL
Rates for adveatlsements under this classifica
tion -1 time, 8 cents per line; 1 week, ,10 cents per
Mil; 1 month, fl per Hue.
I PACIFIC lOA N CO. LOANS 1N AN V
amount on all kinds of collateral security,
diamonds.jewelry and sealskins; also on pianos,
furniture and household goods in private, lodging
and homroTng bouses nr howls witbnut removal.
Partial pm ments received. Money quick: business
rontidentlai; private office for ladies, W. E. DX
UROOT, manager, rooma 3 and 4,1H s. Spring st.
IT NION LOAN CO,
stimson Big.
Loans money on nil kinds of collateral Security :
watches diamonds, seal-kins, and furniture in
lodging and board!nf booses arid on pianos without
removal; also on bonds, stocks, mortgages ; low in
terest ; money at once ; business conthlentiul; prl
i VStte oflice for ladies; room 111. t I,AUK K.
SHAW, manager rooms 111 and 112 Sift floor,
Stimson block, tt'
mHE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SO
-1 eieiyot sun Francisco Will make loans on Im
proved city and country property,
on loans offeOQß and under certificate*
of title rrom the Title Insurance and
Trust Co., will be accepted, making the
expenses on such loans very small,
iluildtng loans a Specialty, Apply to
It. G. LUNT, Agent, 22; W. Second.
e-15-tf
MONK V TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc.; also on
[ pianos, merchandise. Iran and steel safes, fund
j tore iv lodging houses, hoarding bouses and hotels,
without removal: also on city and oouhtrv prop
erty; low interest: can have money at once; busi
ness confidential; private othVe for ladles. GEO.
S, RORINBON, 233 W. First st.. rooms 2 and 3. tf
IF. COHN—
J* 'The Los Angeles Pawnbroker, Mrt N. .Main
st , loans money on diamonds, watches. Jewelry,
firearms, pianos, libraries and all other collateral
Securities{ ai.so sells unredeemed pledges for
money loaned nnd one month's interest added;
make no mistake, it is the reliahle L, li. t'OH N,
the Los Atu/eies pawnbroker, 8-10
V BARREL or MONEY
TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS.
Pianos, furniture, real eslute, etc.
Business strictly private.
h. I. cREAsINGER.
3-1S 247 S. Broadw ay, moms 1 an I 2.
I>OINDEXTER * WADSWORTH. BROK
ers, 805 W. Second -st., buy and sell stocks,
mortgages, bonds and any good securities; if you
wish 10 lend or borrow or invest In real estate call
on us: collections made and property managed for
non-resideuts. gfltt
IIONKV TO LOAM—OtTY OR COUNTRY
Jvl property, 5>4 to 8 net; personal notes or se
curity: mortgages bought and sold. If you have
money to loan or wish to borrow any iimount call
On JOHN 1.. PAVKOVICH, 22il W. First. if
V ATIOV.U. LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO.
*\ Loans money on all kinds of collateral secu
rity ; money qulcklv | business st rict ly confldeii t ial.
Rooms 85 ana 86 Krvson block, fifth floor. JOHN
MITCHELL JONES, manager, 7-3 lyr
mo LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
I reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. BOSBY
SHELL. 107 S. Itroadway. 10-Utf
-\|ONEY TO LOAN--FROM 8500 TO 880,000 TO
-*Vl loan in sums to suit. No delays. Continen
tal Building and Loan Association, 207 B, Broad
way. VICTOR WANKOWSKI, agent. tf
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, Jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
nages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and collateral
BdCUrlty, LEE Hilt Is., 402 S. Spring st. 8-31
rsio LOAN—IBO.OOO IN ONE AMOUNT OR
X smaller sums ] interest 6 per cent net: good
city security desired. Wll'Ks ,v M ACDONA LD.
attorneys, Tio Court st .Los Angeles. 3.'>tf
y OANH AND DISCOUNTS—WM, O. TAL-
I j coit, 488 Bradbury; money-on bonds, col
lateral, negotiable securities; city and connty
wairanta; rates reasonable. cod 8-8
mo loan -UNLIMITED AMOUNT for
X small loans; no commission; light expense.
SECURITY L'I.VN AND TRUST CO-, 228 S.
Spring st
mo LOAN—4)loootofin,oooon real estate
X security. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S. Brand
way. ti-7tf
I TIBER OF COST—YOUR CHOK E OF 200
_ standard hooks, handsomely and substan
tially bound in cloth. Fot particulars see 2
column announcement in this paper.
WANTED -TO BORROW
~\ If A N TI: D MO NX V Tt 1 LO AN; W E 11 AY E
?V 2 good applications for lonns on well im
proved income property and hOFfPWerS will pay S
percent net and furnish title papers and insur
ance Apply to \V. J. BRYANT, room 217, 204Ji
s. Broadway. ti
TED MONEY : CAN LOAN LARGE
M or small amounts on good real estate se
curity, at ll per cent, payable quarterly. Call in
the afternoon. JOHN PLOUItNOY, real estate
aud financial agent, 145 Itroadway. tf
174REE OF COST—YOUR CHOK E OF 200
standard books, handsomely and substan
tially bound in cloth. For particulars see 2
column announcement in tins paper
mo Ri \ OR SELL ANYTHING THAT is
I saleable, try the want columns of The Herald.
A few centa invested In this manner uiHy make
you many dollars.
MEDIUMS
mHE world's renowned MEDIUM and
X palmist, known throughout Europe and
America as Syra, the mystic wonder, greatest liv
ing medium; if deceived by fakirs, would-be me
diums, Syra will give a test to prove her powers ;
tells just What you want to know: in fact advises
in all troubles. Room L *>37' a s. Broadway. 10-3U
T>ROF. W. W.TATFM.TRANCE, BUSINESS,
X physical and Independent sinte writing medi
um, f snow located lv Los Angeles; rooms at Irv
ing hOUSe, 220 S. Hill sv ; will hold physical circle
Wednesday e\ enlDg and trance test circle Friday
evening; Will give private Sittings dally, Sundays
excepted, from 9,80 a ru, to 8;8Q ft, in. 5-26
MRS. M AND EN A, 'TEACHER OF OCCULT
and metaphysical law; develops spiritual
and self-healing power; class and private instruc
tions; also clairvoyant card reader, palmist and
astrologist. Consultation free. Honrs, «a.m. to
ip. tn. Office, 245 s, spring si., room 7. 3-23
-\| RB, PARKER, PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT
_a.t! and medium: lit" reading, business removals,
law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc, Take
'Third it. electric cur to Vermont aye, nnd Vine st.
Second bouse on Vine, west of Vermont uve. (i-30
MILTON M. LYON, 224 SOUTH OLIVE—
clairvoyant developing medium; circles
Tuesday evenings; medlumlStlO persons can con
sult me by mail concerning their development;
strictly confidential. ti-3
MADAME DEAN FORTUNE TELLING BY
. cards; one of Hie greatest iv the world;
reads correctly past, present and future; alt busi
ness transactions, losses, lawsuits and all affairs
of lovg. No. 20". E, Filth St. 4*31
MRS WALKER,THE GREAT CLAIRVOY
. ant and card medium is meeting with wonder
ful success; she invites the most skeptical to test
her power. Hours, oa. m. to* p.m. parlors 3-4,
Slti 1 ., S. spring St. 3-17
Al BS. SAN FORD JOHNSON, THE INDF
_ivl pendent slate writer and medium, gives sit
tings daily hi 638 S. Los Angeles st,. mid holds cir
cles on Thursday evening, at 8 p. m>, of each week.
Admission 50c 4-13
M RS. a. J.OWEN, PSYCHIC ARTIST AND
title art medium. Faints portraits of ihe so
called dead clauses for paynta art development
HOW forming, Terms on application, studio, 508
W. Second st. 12
MADAM LYDIA, CARD READER-REST
card reader in the world. Ladles BOO) gents
$1- Hours from su,m. to 4 p m. Room -1, Ban
.Julian, cor. fifth and Sun Julian sts. j-22
AfME. NORM AND, HEALER AND LIFE
JXA, reading medium; f develops medium power;
self-healing and how to become a medium at your
own home. 22«'a K. Seventh st. v
I.FRANCIS1 .FRANCIS X. IRELAND—IBI H. HILL ST,;
sittings dally and by appointment; answer
ing sealed tetters t , specialty; correspondence so
licited. 7
MME. STANLEY, CELEBRATED card
reader, reads your entire past and future.
Ladles or gentlemen eve. Parlor 18, 322 s. spring.
4-17
fNSPIRATIVE LIFE AND CARD READING
1 medium—Terms, gentlemen. 831 ladles 81< Ban
Julian, cor. Fifth, San Julian, top floor, room 3i.
IF Yoi ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT TO
know your future consult Zlngara, the gypsy,
ut -17 s. Hill st. Ollice hours, 10 a. 111. lo Sp, m. 4 1
: \| Rs. BARNETT—SITTINGS DAILY; cut
..▼l cles Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 481 s.
Main St., bpp, post office. 4-21
.4 ON ICS 11. PLEASANCE, DEAD-TRANCE
il medium; sittings daily at residence 634 s.
Broadway. 8-6
17! REE op COST—YOUR CttOfUJB OT 300
1 standard books, handsomely nnd substan
tially bound In (doth. For particulars see 2-
Column aunoiincerneiit In this paper.
= —s _ .. '-.j_ > 1 ■ -'- 1'- ss
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
• iyoß SALE—SOME GOOD bargains in
1 J. second-hand organs; good makes. KOHLER
■ & CHASE, 233 s. Spring, tf
171REE OF COST—YOUR CHOICE OF 200
standard books, handsomely and substantially
bound in cloth. For particulars see 2-columu an
nottneetnenj In this issue, n
' MANICURING
l rUCIA MANSFrF.Ij), MANILL 111XO. BOOM
U i, IM M. Mala ti >
FOR RENT-HOUSES
RatSt for advertisements nnd-- this Classifica
tion 1 time, 5 cents per tlttS)ll week, 88 cents per
line ; l month. 91 per line.
jsOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES—
CREASI N( i E It's ( OI.U MN.
217 P. Broadway, rooms 1 and ».
f Noma, W. Sixteenth at 840.0u
iv rooms. W, Twsnty-fifth st - r >" DO
8 rooms, Kelly st 11 00
;i nanus, olive st. Ll .v.
ii rooms, Hoover st .V, no
7 room 6, Twenty eighth st 88.00
I rooms, Pico st 80 00
!) rooms, )■',. First st W.OO
3 rooms, Adams si 17.00
And mane others all over the city. So if you
have a house to rent or wish to rent one please call
and see me I have a nice list of unfurnished
houses for rent at very reasonable prices.
I collect rents and look after property for others
nnd attend to all matters iv a strictly business
way.
Call and see me if you have properly to sell or if
you wish lo buy 1 have a nice list of reai estate
which 1 will be pleased to show you at auy time.
s. P. CRBASINOER,
817 S. Broadw ay.
7
I7P3R RENT I N rHE most DESIRABLE
1 part of the City, a furnished bouse of eight
looms; everything modern and ail conveniences.
3828 B, Hope' st. 'I
-S.-s.uR RE NT--."»• ROOM HOUSE WITH MOD-
X: em conveniences, Pasadena aye 4 room
house with bat h, same address. Apply 1-i" N.
Water st. h
13IOR REN T -'THE IHE A PEST PLACE IN
1 town for mattings, linoleums and window
shades. THE MA I TIM. MART, 636 S. BrOSd
way. i*
ITIOR RENT A T-ROOM, 2-STORY HOUSE,
1 with hath, on Eleventh St. Apply ut W. 11.
hay & co. s'.'is 1 ., s. Broadway. 8
171 OR RENT - MCE MODERN 6-ROOM
1 house,sewered, lawn; cheap io responsible
party, l-li N. Hunker Hill aye. I
"171 OR RENT GOOD 2-S rORY HOUSE, 10
V rooms, near electric line, 612, with water, it.
VKIK 11, room 80, Temple blk. tf
rTIOR RENT—A 6-ROOM HOUSE (NEW.
right In business center, all modern conveni
ences. 196H N. Hill st. s
fTIOR RENT--A MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE,
1 nicely liapered; reasonable rent. 1863 Uig
ueroa st. IBStf
TJIOR RENT COMPLETELY FURNISHED
* bouse of 8 rooms aud batb. 1617 B. Flower, s
FOR RENT-ROOMS
BENT—PUBNIBHED" AND CNPTJB
1 nisicoii rooms, single or ensulte, poroelaln
baths: summer rates, new HAVEN HOUSE,
•ill S. II 111 SI. S
I -«>lt KENT 131 N. MAIN KT..THK DENVER ;
" nicely furnished rooms, 11.80 icr week and up
ward ; center of ,-icy ; Itv to ,1 adtiy. H. tf
IT,OR RENT THE MAUIPOBA, 821 X BEC
ond st.; furnished rooms, 11.33 per week up;
loilKiuif. S&o, tic unci .',;> • per nis'it- 10-1 tt
17,0H KENT - ELEGANT PUBNIBHED
rnmns . translen, or permanent; close in.
Tier- W'AYKHI.Y, 187 IS. Third St. 0
171011 KENI THE MENLOI ELEOANTLY
: fnrnisiici rooms; bathsfree; prlceslow; 431
s. Main st..opp. postoftlce, tf
IflOR BENT KURNIBIIEH, TWO FBI INT
' BOOMS; nlso outside rooms, ,1.53 per week,
ol!) S. Spring st. 8-13
IJ,OB BENT—HOTEL HE GKENOHLE, COB.
Allso aud N. l.os Angeles St., sunny rooms l>v
the week. 3-t!>
17.08 KENT HOUBEKEEPINO PUBNISHED
' rooms;.LOO to(9. NITTINUKB'S, iii S.Hope
If
17WR I1I:.n"I NEATLY PUBNIBHED BED-
J room, fs.Bo per month. 6SO W. Plf th it. t*
17108 KENT --THREE SUNNY IT.ONT
1 rooms, with bath, 1819 Ueorg'u 8011. 18
BENT—NICELY' PUBNIBHED BOOMS
_C for housekeeping, 828 B. Broadway. n^otf
TTloll BENT—PUBNISHED PBONT ROOM
X on car line. 587 Wolfskin aye. 1 Jet tf
FOR RENT - LODGING HOUSES^
rfIELL YOUB NEIGH 808 A BOUT THE II EB
.I. aid. li Is n great newspaper, Bend n sample
copy east occasionally, If you don't wanl to send
your own paper, call at the omcs ami have them
naileddireel free orooßt.
FOR RENT-STORES
I^O R REN T -PART OF STORE, WITH FINE
J 1 show window, on Broadway; excellent loca
tion for jeweler. Inquire at 606 s. Broadway, ti
T7IOR RENT PARI OF STORE WITH EINE
X show window. Inquire atB24 W. Fourth st, it
rpo BUY OR SELL ANYTHING TH AT Is
JL saleable try the want columns of 'The Herald.
A few cents invested iv ibis maimer may make
you many dollars.
FOR RENT—OFFICES
I- AWYERS, Doctors. INSURANCE AND
j real estate men, call and look at I hose beau
tiful oiliee rooms in the New Cordon Block, ZOUi ■
s, Broadway; electricity, water and janitor tree.
'The rooms are light and well ventilated. E B,
WILLIAMS, room 26, 14
17* It EE OF cost YOUR CHOICE OF 200
Standard books, handsomely and substantial
ly bound iv doth. For pari leu tars see two column
announcement in this issue.
FOR RENT—RANCHES
171H EE OF COST - YOUR CHOICE OF 200
standard books, handsomely and substantial- <
ly bound iv cloth. Eor particulars see twocolumu '
announcement in this issue.
POR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS
I7AOR RENT -LODGE ROOM AT TURNER
hall; every llrst and third Friday of each
month. Inquire of janitor. U-tf
DENTISTS
DENTAL" en..' A. J. STEVENS, MAN'
Rger, make a specialty of crown and bridge
work and painless extracting. A good set of teeth
fo.OO. >. spring. Telephone list). It'
\DAMS BROS. DENTAL PARLORS.
s. Spring st.; painless extracting and tilling j
plate, |6, v, 6iQ; all work guaranteed! established
10 years; hour-i, S-0; Sundays, 10-18,
Tp R, CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVED
I • to stimson blk., cor. Third und sprue;
Tel. n.
ITxRANK STEVENS 834 I--: B, SPRING ST.,
open days anil evenings ; also Suudavs; electric
light.
DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, 108', S. SPRING
at., rooms 2, a and 7; painless extraction.
_ PHYS> ! CIANS
DR. DORA KING. GERMAN-ENGLISH BPE
clalist: diseases of women: all Irregularities
restored] treatment confidential; cure guaranteed,
4-itiM. Broadway. 6-8-96
DR. WITTEN, ENGLISH PHYSCIAN and
surgeon; specialty, diseases of women and
children. 7-v, s. Hill at.; hours,» to v am,, 2to i
and 7 to s p. lit, A [6
Its re c OF COST—YOUR CHOICE OF 200
standard books, handsomely and substan
tially bound In cloth. For particulars see 2
t column announcement In this paper.
. _ ____ PL UMBERS
[ TaiRANE A. WEINSHANK. PLUMBER AND
X 1 gasHtter, Hi) E. Second st. Tel. I^li.
i rpo BUY OR BELL ANYTHING THAT is
I saleable try tbe want columns of The Herald.
A few outfits Invested Iv this manner may make
you many dollars.
HOUSE-MOVING
l A P. SLOPE],, HOUSE MOVEU-OPFICI'
a., iv N. Broad"sr.
MEDICAL
Rate* for advertisements under this classifies*
tion—l time, fi cents par line; 1 week lio cents pcs?
liin 1 ; t month) *i pee Km,
QURINO CURES DRUNKENNESS!
| CURINO CURES MORPHINE HABITI
CURINO CURRt TOBACCO It AR IT}
Drunkards are cursed with a craving, gnawing
appetite for aidobollc drink, which appetite thejr
cannot control or satisfy. This morbid appettt*
frequently has an Inherited predisposition aa a
constitutional cauae, and with auoh the hereditary
vice :s easily aroused to activity and becomes an
irresistible controlling Influence,
It Is not civilised man s natural disposition to ro-
Unquisb all that servea to make lltfe happy in order
to satisfy his desire for drink Such, however, la
the case with dipsomaniacs. The periodica) drunk
aid presents no so eh positive pathological changes,
as be indulges but seldom, and allows the system
time to recover by eiimlnating the poison before it
has time 1., cause tissue Inlurles.
Although such men sometimes go to terrible ex
cesses, In some instances prolonging the debauch
for several weeks, they either have a (jreat appe
titi' and consume much food, or ebe they depend
entirely on the liquor for aliment.
whftt quantities of fond are tngested.it Har
rises v protecting Influence, keeping the gas trie
functions busy, neutralising to a targe extent tha
poisonous effect of ihe lienor, and therefore tend*
Ing to equalize the circulation. When the desire
fbr food Is completely suppressed by the liquor
the system is leli unprotected to the merry nfth*
alcohol and the nervous organs receive tbe full
cite, ts of Ihe stimulant.
Siany persons iii the prime of Ufa persuade
themselves thai a moderate use of liquor taken
regularly, even on an empty stomach, win cause
no detrimental results, ns they experience no im
mediate disagreeable symptoms, pinny win even
claim i hat their systems demand the stinm us and
thai marked benellts follow its use.
no more fallacious or deceptive idea can bf) as
certained by a healthy man. The system. It is
true, becomes habituated to the abuse as it does to
the narcotic pol sons—opium, haachtsh, chloral or
tobacco; but let such persons dlscontinua its us*
for any reason, and for weeks they must suffer
with loss of appetite, fever, pains, or palpitation
with perhaps constipation and nervous irritability
and loss of Hesh.
The system in such cases baa from long ahnst
becomochanged and demands its regular poison
J to sustain ihe abnormal standard created by tha
j liquor Y\ lib hope and all tbe liner emotions and
sensibilities crushed, ihe victims of ibe liquor
habll are only capable of causing tears and sham*
Itn all connected with them. No higher mission
' comes to the medical man—no greater credit can
attach to nls skin -than tn lind n treatment that
can stay tnts "torrent of misery that (lows so rs
{ Isptlessly over its bed of human hearts "
Even more than alcohol, the opium habit holds
Its thousands of victims in degrading slavery.
Since tbe Introduction of the hypodermic syringe
the pernicious juice of the poppy has destroyed
myriads of human bo lies and minds among the
fairesl and brU'hiest women and moat Intellectual
of men, The medical profession, with occasional
exceptions, arc too apathetic with reHpect to this
haunting \ ice.
They are too often open to a graver charge than
apathy—they have been Instrumental In tsacblng
thousands the way to the WOHUI (.because truer) In
ferno * ban t hut over which the great Italian post
Inscribed the terrible warning: "Whoenters bore
leaves hop" behind.
CURINO
Is for sate by all druggists If
171 REE OF cosr YOUR CHOICE OF 20a
standard books, handsomely and Substan
tially bound In Cloth. For particulars see g*
column announcement in this paper.
EDVCA TIONAL
{08 ANGELES BUSINESS cSKeSS] IV-
J COrporated, occupies ihe entire fifth floor of
tbe new Currier block 212 W. Third St.! largest,
oldest, beat; elegant and commodious rooms, in
tensely practical COUrtes Ol study, able and expe
rienced specialists us teachers, complete equip
ments, perfect lighting and ventßation, rooms
lv ated by steam, urat class elevator service] live
courses of study com mere i al, shorthand and
typewriting, preparatory, telegraphy and sassy
ing: the bcuool is t noroughly live and progressive-.
it Inspires ns welt as teaches; day and evening
Sessions: individual and class instructions; suc
cessful graduates; fine class of students; visitors
cordially welcomed; run information, personally
or by mail. E. R. SHRADER. pres. K. X
ISAACS, vlce-pres, I. St. INBKEEP, sec, 2*26*7
?
j "TTrOODBUR-i BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN
00rporated), 228 8. Spring st.. is theoldest
I nnd largest commercial school in Southern Califor
nia: the most beautiful college rooms and equip
ments io be found in the state; elevator for pupils'
use; a large faculty of experienced and able in
structural open the entire) year; both day and even
ing sessions; v practical English course, a thor
ough business course ami a course in Shorthand
and typewriting under ail experienced stenogra
pher. W rite or call for Illustrated catalogue and
full Information. G. a. HOUGH, president. NT,
o. fe lk Kit, vice-president,
MMB. CHAPHE-MOROAN, LATE OF NEW
. York city, will teach the true art of sing
ing, will prepare ladies and gentlemen for
Church, concert, oratorio or operatic stage; voice-;
tasted free of charge on Wednesdays and Satur
days at studio, room 8, The Spencer, 8161 a* W.
Third st, 8-16
171R0EBEL INSTITUTE (CASA DE ROSAS)
1 training school for kindergarten) also school
for boys and girls 01 all grades; opens September
23d. Apply to MADAME LOUIS CLAY ERIE
s-7-ly
11< >YVI ON NORM AL. FOR TEACHERS
y only, begins September 16th; teachers aided
!in geiting positions; teii'diers, governesses and
tutors supplied. Room 82a, Stimson block. o4otf
j / JIRL'S COLLEGIATE school, 1818-1923 8,
11. 1 Grand aye.; a boarding nnd day school i kin
dergarten In connection: carriage service, miss
I PARSONS and MISS DENNEN, principals, ti
10s ANGELES TRAINING school FOR
_j klndergartners. Fall term Bsptember 18th.
MRS n. D. UAYIIEW, 1.7:1 W. Twenty-....rd sb
6-8 if
TTtTON SCHOOL FoR BOYS NO. 188 *, PICO
Va st. HORACE A. BROWN, LL. B.
nARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONB>* . i W.
. Seventh st. ,i ' ti
ITiREE OF t 1 1ST — YOU R CHOICE OF 903
j standard hooks, handsomely and substantial
ly bound in cloth. For particulars see two column
announcement In this issue.
CHIROPODISTS
■\ I iss J. !•" ALEXANDER, 1 HIROPODIST,
jll treats feel by a OeW and painless process;
gives salt glow, massage and eleotrlc treatments.
18 and 316 Wilson blk.. First and spring StS. 6-87
T"\R. SSACHAU DISEASES OF THE FEE T.
J7 SUB. Spring st. 6-S8
171 REE OF COST YOUR CHOICE OP X*
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tially bound in cloth. For particulars see >
column announcement In tins paper.
rpO BUY OR sELL ANYTHING TH AT IS
.1 saleable try the want columns Of The Herald.
A few cents Invested In this manner may make
you-mahy dollars.
BICYCLES
1"~AOH sale"- II lUH-GRADE STERNER SPB
-1 olalladle.' wheel, \m Iklh to lbs. Also on.
Horn's wheel lv gooJ coudlttoii; ,15. Mil IS. Third
si. 8
1,-.. It BAMS LADY'S WHEEL, IN' PBR
feet order; cheap torcashi or Installments
I secured. Address an! B. Los Angeleast 7
I ■
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? property In thacltyfbf Investment or specu
la! lon, or place or borrow mouey on good city prop
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MACHINE MANUFACTORY
, 'UN SEKKI.Y MANUPACTUBINU CO., 284.
, ttati K. Becond si. mauuracturer, <>f special
nutchlnery, dies aud modelsi only aoourate work;
guaranteeo.
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tlutly bound In cloth, For particulars see «
oolumn announoemenv in this paper,
PHRENOLOGY
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-1 aid. I. Is a groat newspaper. Bend a jamplj
copy eio<i occasionally. If you don t want to send
your own paper call at the oittoa and nave tncia
mailed dtreoi free o| cost.
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PKKK OF i cist" vol Tt "CHOICE OP ilO
1 standard books, handsomely «c«i snbstantlat
. ly pound In o i. Kor particulars «cc two column
aiinouucement In 11, i» Issue,
, PALMISTRY
CyIYKISS, THE EUROPEAN 00.
cultlsl sclentilst, palmlsv, phrenologist and
' psycihometrlst. parlors nt the Norwood, ow s.
; niiisu
> ASSAYER AND CHEMIST^
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