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Branch Agencies
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THE HERALD
la order to accommodate tUe public The Herat*
ftae established branch agencixs. where copies ef
tbe Dally and Sunday will be On sale and adret*
fining and subscriptions taken and forwarded ta |
the main oflice as soon as received.
These branch agencies do not innlude the kas> :
gredsof book stores and news standa in all parts ;
ef tbe city where The Herald la also for sale,
BOYLE HKIGHTS
E. DON NELL, Newsdealer, 2108 East First ;
street.
BAST I os AXOELES
MRS. E. C. rHacker, Newsdealer, IN 1
North Daly street.
I
BAN FERNANDO STREET
M KTNNIE S PHARMACY, 143S Baa Fer
nsndo street.
WESTLAKE PARK
DONALD A. ROSS, Newsdealer, 2100 West
Seventh street.
UNIVERSITY
H. L. PARK. Drugs, Siatlonery. Ettu :
Post oflice building.
BOLTII CENTRAL AVENUE
CHICAGO PHARMACY, corner Central
atefiQS and Twelfth street.
e^: 1 -' . r. —.- - ■ i—:
CHURCH NOTICES
JpROFESSOR FRED BELL
Desires to announce that he Will give private
iessans to .tltatited a umber of ladies and gentle
men WhO desire to be developed ns spiritual
mediums ou the true plane.
He also gives Instructions in hypnotism to those
who give evidence of sincerity of purpose, and
tesehas that most beiplm of ail studies, practical
oi cult Ism. , .
Diorestior Bell Is an eleelro-mental healer "t
great power, and in the line of nervous aifectlons,
paralysis, general debility and mental troubles he
has accomplished some really wonderful results.
Pain and disease disappear under bis touch Hud
tlie sunshine of his phi los »pb.v as If by magic.
A s a phrenologist and physiognomist Professor
Jieit is without a peer. Full delineation of charac
ter. With chart, 11.50. Specially written charts,
giving valuable points as 10 health, future life,
with occult laws, #6. He I also forming a class iv
s»hrenolo<y and physiognomy, and w ill take a few
private pupils Oflice rooms, 80, 31 and 32 Plrtle
block. Corner Broadway and Fourth sts. Hours,
9to 12, 1:80 to 5; evenings by appointment.
Consultation aud diagnosis absolutely free,
frtrlctly confidential. 4*4
(CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER
Day Saints, 346 S. Spring St., up stairs in hall.
Sunday school at i" a. m.; preaching service :it 7:*o
j» m. "Tonlahv Elder E M. Whßesides will take
for his subject. Pre-extstence ol Spirits. Did we
ha\ S an existence before we came on earth.* Come
aud hear the testimony of ihe Bible on this quea
flon. Your time is all it will cost you. No col
lections.
ST. PAUL's; CHURCH, EPISCOPAL. OLIVE
st. optti th* 1 park. (ipen every day in the year,
ball? service at l" a. m. The clergj' «HI respond
to all eaili mr the ofticea of the church for Strang
•raor vkiltors. without respect to craod; burials,
marriages, baptisms or visitations nl the sick. Use
nt th»* church cheerfully given ir, i e for funeral
servtaes. Tel. 14:1 red. ti
SPECIAL NOTICES
•fj USINESfI SEW SPA PER THE DAILY
_LJ Journal; a husiness neu spaper, publishing all
the comity offlclal records, real estate transfers,
mortsages nod liens, building news, contract work,
financial news, and ail news relating to the re
sources and development of Southern California
and the great territory of the southwest. One dol
liirper month, or In advance #10 per year. 227 w.
First st.. Los Angeles,Cal. ti l tf
XfOTTCB—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
Co will strictly enforce the following rules:
The hours for sprinkling are het ween the hours of
ti and h oolook am. and ii and HOC lock p.m. For a
violation of the above regulations the water will be
shut nil andu tine of #2 will be charged before the
water will be turned on again. 4-2H
A TTENTION.MINERS THE PLACER KING I
—Combination dryer and gold separator; the 1
on y machine In existence that will separata all j
the gold from wet or dry sand, dirt and gravel. 1
without the aid of water or quicksilver. Office 1
BU s. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Machine at
t.2" Maple aye. 4-2 I
MRS, BELL HYATT, ARTIST PUPIL OF
Bominl, Paris; member Artists' League,
01 New York; diploma for portraiture, Mechan
ics' Pavilion, San Francisco, jss.-,. Specialties,
portraits, life figures, animals. LeSSOttS given.
BOB\V . Second St. 31
4 * ENTLEMENs- MENDING BUREAU, 58
vf Pirtte bii... cor. Fourth and Broadway.
Mending] cleaning and light repairing; huttons
furnished; buttonholes made. All orders neatly
and promptly attended to. Charges reasonable. 4-13
Clll INA AND GLASSWARE REPAIRED,
riveted or cemented; a specialty ot* repairing
fan*. V. T. REUTER. 117 W . sixth. 8-37-96
4kOßi~i WILL BUY CHOICE LOT, ANoE- I
is£kJ\J leno Heights, s. X, LiNDLEY, io« i
s. Broadway. tf '
MEDIUMS
rtiHE WORLIPS RENOWNED MEDIUM AND
ft palmist, known ihroimhout Europe and |
a mertoa as syra, tbe mysl low onder, greatest llv« !
lug medium; If deceived by fakirs, would-be j
mediums, syra will give a test to prove her powers : j
letts (list what yon want to know; in fact advises 1
iv all troubles. Room 1,687.'h S, Broadway. 10-su
1 )ltnF, W, W. TATUM, TRANCE, BUSINESS,
J physical and independent slate-writing me
dium, is now located iv Los Angeles; rooms at
Irving house, 130 s. hiu st.; win hold physical
circle Wednesday evening and trance test circle
Friday evening; "ill glVe private sittings daily,
Sundays excepted, from 0:80 a. m. 10 .1:30 p. m. B*2B
A-f Its. WALKER, CL AIRVOY ANT AN I)
card medium, is meeting with wonderful
success, she invites the must skeptical to prove
her power. All business affairs Of liU' looked into,
for the ad van ci meul of your future, win organize
a developing class and gives readings daily from 0
a. m. to Bp. m. |ÜBa 8. spring st. o*l7
A I Us. MANDKNA, TEACHER OF OCCULT
_a* 1 ;iml nietaph] Stool law ; develops spiritual
and self-healing power; class and private instruc
tions; also ria;r. oyan! card leader, palmist und
astrologlst. Consultation free. Hours, 9 Sh. m. to
sp. m Ollice, 245 S. Spring st.. room 7. B>9J
MRS. PARKER, PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT !
aud medium: life reading, business removals,
law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Take
Third st. electric car to Vermont aye. and Vine st.
second house on Vim*, west of Vermont aye. ti-3)
MADAME DEAN—FORTUNE TELLING BY
cards; one ol ihe greatest In the world;
reads correctly past, present and future; all busi
ness transactions, losses, law suits and all affairs
of love. No. 20i E. Fifth st. 4-21
Miss LULU IIoLDEN. PSYCHOMETRIBT
and business medium. Sittings daily, ex
cept Sunday. Offlos hours-9;80 a. in. to 4' p. m.
circles Tuesday ami Saturday evenings, Irving
House. 220 s. Kill st. Jl
MBs SAN FORD Johnson, THE IN D Im
pendent slate writer and medium, gives
sittings dally at 62* 8, Los Angeles st.. and holds
circles on Thursday evening, at I p.m., of each
week. Admission 60c, 4-13 i
MBS. A. J. OWEN, PSYCHIC ARTIST AND
Hue ari medium. paints portraits of the so
cnlied dead. Classes for psychic nrt development
now forming. Terms on application. Studio. 508
Y.\ Second s:. i»
-\|TLTON M. LYON, 224 SOUTH OLIVE— I
_Atl clairvoyant, developing medium; evening!
engagements by appointment; msdlumlstto per
sons can consult me by mail concerning their de- 1
volopment. a-3
1> E. fi. ERAIM, PHYSICAL MEDIUM.
1 • Holds public circles on Tuestlav and
I hursday evenings ; private sittings given daily.
787 Merchant si , bet. Seventh ami Eighth sts.
4-12
MADAM LYDIA, CARD READER—BEST
. card reader in tbe world; ladies 60c; gents
tl: hours from ti a. 111. to ■( p. m. Room 21. SaU
Julian, cor. Fifth and san Julian sts. s>2B
MM E. NORMAND, HEALER AND LlFE
reading medium; develops medium power;
self-healing nnd how to become a medium at your
own home. U. Seventh st. "l>>
MBS. ELSIE REYNOLDS, MATERIA Ll/.
Ing seance for ladies only, at 2 p m. for halt
price. General seance Wednesday evening* 458*s
X Springs!. is
INSPIR ATIVK LIFE AND CARD READING
medium- Terms, gentlemen. #2; ladies. $l j Snn
.lullan. < or. Fifth, San Julian, top door, rooms 17
and is. 3 .. J1:
-IHsRANCIS X. IRELAND—4OO 8. HILL *tT;
X sittings diuiy and by appointment; answering
sealed letters a specialty; correspondence so
licited. 20
MM E. ST A NLEY, CELEB It AI ED CARD
leader; reads your entire past and future;
ladles or gentlemen 50c. Parlor 12, B2j 1 spring.
TV YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT TO
1 knOW yottY future consult Zingai a. the gypsy
... 217 y. Hill ::t. Office o-« Ui am.ln A p.m. 4-1
T. i»a lla IiS'ETT SITTINGS DAILY ; (ill
j.Tl cies Tuesday and Thursdsy erenings. 484 s.
Main >t,. Orip, no«vnfflfp. 4 SI
HELP WASTES-MALE
Bates for advertisements unV'er this classifica
tion i time, . rents per line; l iveek, 30 cent* per
line; l month, $1 per line.
HE M MEL lißos. iV in..
Sue essors to
PETTY, HUMMEL A* CO .
EMPLOYMENT A GENTS,
MO-MS W. second st.. in basement
California Bank Bldg.
Tel. J>o9.
! 0008 hours from 7 a.m. to 7:30 p„, m., except
j Sundays.
MSN'B DEPARTMENT.
Man and wife, man io garden, etc . w* man for
general housework, 940 etc*; man to buy butcher
shop. 1150; orange packer, |l, etc,; oukr.v a V** 'IT'
nest Cleaner, S4n per month; man and, WU »i
etc., woman must be good cook.
HOTEL DEPARTMENT.
Boy to learn baker's trade, with some pxperien <«i
I |3,50, etc, a week; all around cook, 940, etc*; paa\ ry
I rook, «4."», elc; liolel cook, country, llrst c!ua s '
youiiu man to cook short orders and help arotuu. ;
! ivist|- v ,-if.k ami tiakt r. fl"». etc ; niuht dishwasher,.
I week.
HOTEL DEPARTMENT (Female). 1
Waitress, city, |15, c*r.: waitre«s, couoiry. ?1*
I and fare; waiiress. restaurant, *•» week; colore I
■ second girl, *2i> and faWJ woman for hall day*!
work each week, 7"» c.
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT,
House girl, Washington St., fJu. etc.; East Los
Angeles It, etc. week; Buena Vista 120, etc.;
Grand aye f2O, etc.; Adams st. gU etc.; strong
woman for i>lain rooking and n ashing, |80, etc, large
family; house «lrl, two In family, country home
nine miles OUI, |20, etc : liouspkee'per. man and one
son, *li and line here. noobJeCttOn I" widow wilh
i little girl: cook and second girl, Jewish family. *:t' l
and |25, etc; girl for housework and assist, with
children. etc*; bouse girl, two in family, 9l*»»
' etc.; house girt, two In family, city, 915,
HUM M BL BROS, A CO.
I \\" ANTED-TEN BO> S OR YOUNG MEN
y\ from each school or college in the city lo
work n portion of the time tor the Herald. Twen
] ty-ftve rents iv cash will lie paid for each new
name, and every canvasser will have au opportu
. nity to win one or mom of the fMiowliig prises;
<i*ie #100 tirst-rlass bloycle, a poid huntlng-casC
watch, n si\ months' scholarship in a husiness
college, double-barreled breechioadtng shots
>'j>i suit of clothes, #30 overcoat. round trip to Ban
Diego or fatalina and return. Either of the lat
ter meludes a tree dinner at the Corouado Hotel
or Hotel de Avalon 3 n ti
ANTED SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
tt for appointment foryonng men in railway
j mstl service, (examinations soon in every state.
I Particulars about all Koverument positions free.
1 NATION A It CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE,
i Washington, D. C. 8-15
j
ir ANTED -SALESMEN -»100 TO #125 PER
itt month and expenses; sample line; position
I permanent, pleasant and desirable. Addresii With
stamp, KING MF'G CO., F. Tt, Cmcago. 7-28
\\' ANTED—YOUR PATRONAGE. RELI
jt\ able help fuinished promptly BEIDs
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 120 W. First st. tf
■\S» ANTED-A FEW MEN OF GOOD AM
tt dress can lind employment by ayplyin« at
room SOB, Currier block, Third st. 8-24 #0
1 fIfANTKD-HELP FREE—27 SITUATIONS,
|tt :i2.v. s. Broadway. E. N I't'ii Nt i E It.
HELP \\ ASTED-FEMALE
\\ r \ NTKII YOUNG GIRL l" Assist a'
tt couple in housework,Bls W. Eleventh st, is
\t' WI'ED WOMAN OVER 20 YEARS OLD
11 to do genera] house work. 221 College st. 19
SITUATIONS \\A\TED—MALE
WANTED B\ AN AMERICAN ONE WHO
tt believes in thf principle «>f America for
Americans work »s landscape gardener, or any
kind of laboring work; first class references If re
qutred. Address O, box 80, Herald.
fTTANTED m AN AMERICAN, WORK IN
it dairy us milker, thoroughly competeut:
slate Wages. Address K. Box 90, Herald offlpp. Is
WANTED—TO RENT
"trjrrANTED -A FURNISHED Doom ; WILL
t* stay sin mouths or a yea: if suited: want tit
he on second Moor in v brick building; room must be
sunny I wont be in only at night, and I will pay
|s,or#fS month for such a room to sleep in; pri
vate family preferred. Am a young man In the
oflice au day; good reference. Address D bog 80,
Herald. 2n
W. 4 \ TED—PA R TNER
"yi'-ANTED PARTNER BY A PRACTICAL
tt man hai Ing plant and contract for a paying
oul-of-door husiness; Investigation invited hv
piiiu ipaN only; capital required, horn. Address
T . box 40.
■srar ANTED WORKING PARTNER IN
tt wood and coal business, apply THOMP
SON, ti-fi Banning st. 18
WANTED—REAL ESTATE
•\V ANTED TO ['UROHASE A LOT IN
tt Wolfskin iract. between Fourth and Sixth
! sts., for rush ;no aaent. Address D., box 40, Her
i aid offioe. 19
WANTED—LIV*I STOCK
! "lir ANT ED A FEW GOOD SERVICEABLE
j I? horses; will trade land. I have is acres of
I p..ml land in Ban Luis Ohispo county. Cal.; ll acres
i under cultivation, and will give the right party a
I bargain. Appivat southern California Creamery
I Co., 11l S. Broadway. tf
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS
I "fIT"ANTED— SECOND-HAND GOODS) HIGH
-11 est CftSb priC I P«id at ''24 N. Main st. 21
BUSINESS PERSONALS
I>ERMONAL BTLIKE FINDING MONEY.
That's w hat psoplesay who have tried a small
] ad. iii The Herald. They don't COSt much, hut the
i results are simply marvelous. In this popular de
partment Tbe Herald has made a gain of more
than 2 m per cent in the past few months Big cir
culation rounts. The Herald has It. If you w ant
to talk to half the people in Los Angelas 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, at hotels and summer resorts, make it
the advertising medium of the Pacific coast.
Look ovdr these small advertisements today.
They w ill interest yon und may make you some
money.
Tomorrow iry one. Tlie results will be both sur
prising aud satisfying. ti-stf
T>ERSONAj, FRESH BOASTED COFFEE
_I Mocha and Java, 85c; Ralston cereal coffee
lfiC] lbs good tea. fl: B lbs rolled wheat, IsOl I*
lbs white beans, Zfto; *■ lbs eastern buckwheat, 25c;
can cocoa, lie: can corn beef, 10c; can lolly. "»•; 4
lbs peaches, 26c; B lbs prunes, Wei i" Ibs.ralstns,
25c ; ■"> boxes sardines, z:»-\ ;i cans salmon. 2>o; 50-1 b
sack Hour. !''»<•; 60 bgrs soap, ; pork. Be; haron,
1601 pur.- margarine. BOG a roil. ECONOMIC
BTOHE, 4ffl*S. Broadway.
rERSONA L—RALPHS BROS. —GOLD BAR
Hour. 11.05; oity Hour, 90o; granulated sugar.
119 lbs. i JI; brown sugar, 21 lbs., #1] Silts, rolled
I w heat or oats. 25c; sardines, "i boxes. 25c; loma
toes, 4 cans, 36c; t bars German family soap, SBc; 5
j gallons oil. #|) gasoline, #1; 3 packages morning
I meal. 25c: lard. H> lb can, BBC! 12 lbs. hcatis, 260; ti
J lbs. rice, 35c HOI, Spring st., cor. BlXth. 5-20
1 PERSONAL—II MORRIS PAYS THE HIGH
jI est price for gents 1 second-haad clothing;
semi postal; win call. ml a Commercial »t. t> is
PERSONAL
PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE BOJ U IT
ed with progressive and liberal minded per
son (eithersex) who needs and wmild apnraoiato
l lie servic -s of an : i - r. t com jmiilonuhle wti
man of 40 as working housekeeper; country pie-
U rred. Address MRS. 1.. Box tivti'. Los Angeles.
is
PERSONAL- DO YOU WISH TO MARRY?
We have refined ladies and gents of means;
! Investigate; st rictly confidential; letters must con
i tain Mr stamps. Room I, «.f7'j 8. Broadway.
I>ERSONAL - NEW PROCESS — TRREGU
larttleS, from w hatevercnu.se, cured without
medicine. Instruments or.pain; sure dure; #1 treat
ment; home. 819 Grand aye. t-3-o
FRANK w. HOPPE, PRACTICAL HORSE
shoer. Telephone 1888. Carriage, ror.fi and
track horses Shod In the best and neatest style;
only skilled workmen employed; corns, miarter
pracks, contracted, weak or diseased feet of any
kind successfully treated without extra charge;
rases of Interfering, knee-knocking, etc., receive
personal attention; horses called for and deliv
ered. All work guaranteed. 4Ki Wolfskill aye.,
Los Angeles, Cal. 4-lU
\~PATENTS t COPYRIGHTS ETC.
] IJATI.NTs for INVENTIONS OBTAINED
J_ in all countries; bought and Bold. W. J. DAY
*t co., patent attorneys, room 86, Brysoh i)ik. tf
KNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLICITORS;
free hook on patents. 80S Stimson hlk. 9-22-0
POULTRY
f>bl*l ,T R V WANi- EI ►—RAN (' I IK Its WI LL
J do well to call at the Los Angeles poult rv
yards east of ihe river on Bio st., soul b,abOui 800.
Highest price paid in cash. J, V, JOHNSON, pro
prietor.
DETECTIVE AGENCIES.
TJTHEN IJI SV.V.U OF A SBBEWO MAN
%V to tMc. clown a iraii or w immiv »,<>' ir,.ii
vidual. apply vo thp UI.OBK DBTICCT] VK
AUBKCV. i'aiiHi; Coast ollice, loi. 1 , Brn«d
-w ay.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 18. 1896.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Rates for adveatisptlionts under classifica
tion—i time. r. cento mi line; 1 week, 10 Cengs per
line; I month, $l per lint-.
IpOK SALE AT A »A KCAIN -THK BT. PAUL
Restaurant ami Bakery, 644-548 8. sixting st
Wn will sell tins place at less than half price. < lur
price In MOO without 11n- k, stock at market price.
We « not give any special re:«son for selling, but
we win say this much, ourplaco win stand in vestl
gatlon, and anybody wanting ti business ol t his kind
would iio we ii to look this op, an i remember we
want to sell, and if yon w ant to buy, lot UI luiv c n
talk with you we will gi*o you alt \ be Information
you want. B. schkurle, Proprleoor.
21 GEO. PETERMANN, Mjimigcr.
I -poll SALE-
Bakery and grocery now iJoin* ?4000 business p?r
1 month; clearing 310 per day j long lease* low rent:
oh cap at #750. -V it. WALKER*J CO.,
15-18 125',, W. Ses">nd it,
: "IT* OR SALE—FUEL AND FEED UI stvr.ss
r to hp sold cheap because of broken health ol
; owner: old stand; low rout; living rooms; s : -,ie>
average *-*» lo per day. Sell whole or reserve
' part ut' fixtures, Address 0., uo\ 20, Herald other
28
17"OR SALE IK Vol W\NI TO GET INTO
a lirst class paying manufacturing business I
« ill sell yon an undivided half interest] 300 per
t-t nt protll ; price. 18000. only those meaning busi
ng* * heed apply nt 770 Biiena Vista St. 21
sjU'R sale A BARGAIN TO THE MAN
f that means business; a first-class meat mar
leet, tV'*' heal in the city, except none, and tor sale
byosjgier, nongent. Address c., boat «), Herald
ohioe, 23
TTUGt SA liE ♦800 BM ALL RKSTA 1R A NT.
.IT doit ggood business; low rent; call between
] :30 nnd -'. To p.m.. at 412 8, Broadway. Will take
partner foi #180, is
Xf\~ KAI;,: BARGAIN, NICE CORNER
•)• M / > wtkery with large brick oven; ai I
■Tore trade.' Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First st. 1»
IJIOB BALE- MEAT MARKET NEAR CITYj
. teams, wagi 'DS and shop fixtures ; gOOd trade ;
low rent-£3SU. Address BUTCHER, Herald
otlieP. IS
LE—BAR ERY WITH LARGE OVEN;
receipts Slou wsekly; trial allowed: extra
bargain. Apply BEB WHITE, 221 W. First st.
20
(&1 AA CASH, 850 BALANCtE, WILL BUY
O 1 f good paying restaurant with I fur
rushed rooms. Heat intrude. Grand aye. is
d&/» fi*/\—COFFKE PARLOR INI) BAKERY,
well located; clears #73 monthly
profit. Apply BEN* WHITE. 221 W. First st. 2u
_
I NOR sale LODGING HOUSE; Roiims
' full and making money; price $35u. MA
HONEY A M V EMS, 420 s Main st. ls-tf
I NOR HALE- DHSLICACY BTOR E DOING
business ol $1.1 per dnv; price $225. MA
HONEY A MVERB. 426 S. Main at. ls-tf
1 MEAT MARKET; DOING BIG
Bp m• ) business: jnnst he sold at once. Ap
ply to BEN" WHITE. 22. W. First st. 2"
Fsnß SALE OLD ESTABLISHED PAYING
drug business on Miunst, ELLIOTT & BAR-
N KTT, KW s Broadway. I f
IflOR sale GENERAL PRODUCE STAND;
1 choice location; price #160, MAHONEY &
M V EBS. 428 S. Mam st. 18-1 f I
Subscription Price Reduced
! :' . J
On and after April Ist The Herald
will be delivered by carrier in Los
Angeles and surrounding towns for —
50 Cents per Honth
i ii'iiiiiii
SilQft ft—MOOING HOUSE, I", ROOMS,
OeM/VI Broadway. BEN white, '.-ji W.
Irani st. 20
IVOR SALE-CITY NEWSPAPER ROUTES.
1 Apply ti 1;. SPRENG, Herald business office,
tf
FOR SALE LODGING HOUSE OP 13 ROOMS;
uloely furnished. Apply 22:1 -. 1:. Fourtli st,
io
i> ■» t/Y — wool 1.1 'gal. ami it:ED YARD.
REN WHITE, 221 W. First St. !Xi
O SELL 01; EXCHANGE PROPERTY QUICK
_ go to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First Bt, 19
rpO SELL Ol T Vill i: l:l -IM ss SI E I. n.
A BARNARD, li:', s. Broadway.
PIANOS
-pOR SAJ.E
- PIANOS AT AUCTION
ON FRIDAY, MARCH »,
At 427 s. Broadway,
(Eroaduuy Hotel bile)
Twenty upright ami square pianos, used only
slightly and of wclikno.vn nnd reliable manu
facture, will be soil at public auction
TO THE HIGHEST BIDDERS
I
ON TERMS TO SUIT.
The sale will commence promptly at: p. m.
Auctioneer,
THOS. li. CLARK.
—a- 20
FOR SALE-GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, |MS|
organ,|lS; piano for rent, |:i. M\ s. p.roaii
way. 8 7 tf
T75.08 BALE-MUST SACRIFICE MY FINE
r Haxleton upright piano fur |175. call at al l
lloston st. 3 7 tf
KNABE AND VOSE * SONS PIANOS AT
HI REEL'S Parlors is and m. Plrtle blk. t(
— 1
RESTA VRANTS
rpllK NEA.TKST LITTLK PINING ROOM
JL in thectty isthe Hotel Clarendon, 408 H. Hill
si., Albert Steven*, prop ; home cooking; prices
reasonable: '-i meals, fi; breakfast from 8:80 to
9:80; lunch, l- to - p.m.; dinner, 8:80 to "::i<>;
everything new. 4-1
WATCHMAKER
XBASE vurV kykh. BHi a i-aik m
I i Km ok I'd Rinssi's ; a ■'sort merit eompiei c ami
prlres lower lhan lnst # year ftt W. J. GRTJS'S, jew
tier,B9B9. Rr>sidway. l-ia-7
FOR EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
Under this bending suhserihers tO the Herabl
may insert un advertisement Of t'l words or less,
four times, free of coat, provided the advertiser is
not a dealer In the article or goods advertised.
17AOB EXCHANGE—ONE A LMOST NEW
Densmpre typewriter in good condition, hav
ing been used but very little, to exchange for a
solitaire diamond ring; will geoepl or pay differ
ence tn value iv gold j stale slss and full part icu
larslo regard to your diamond or no attention will
be paid to your answer. Address N, box 40.
"l-iOR EXCHANGE V HIGH GRADE. STEM
Jl 1 winding, full jeweled Waltham, nickel move
ment, solid gold case; will trade for s good bi
cycle or a buggy. Address O, box 50. Herald of
joe, 20_
T7l OR EXCHANGE—HOOKS OF ALL KINDS
1 and in ail languages bOUghl and sold. 'tor
choice in 7000, and stationery of all descriptions.
OlN'ss. 816 s. Main st., near Third st. .1-25
1740R EXCHANGE—NEARLY NEW, 8-BURN
. er, new process gasoline StOVe; Davis sewing
machine, and bedstead; wan) chairs ami lounge.
or incubator and brooders. Address V, Bo\ .Ti. 21
fTAOR EXCHANGE -WILL EXCHANGE NEW
1 liulv's coats for family horse, buggy, furni
ture, or what have you? Call or address 331 N.
Burlington SVS> *"
17AOR EXCH ANGE -A VICTOR BICYCLE
1 for a good saddle horse; must he at least 1000
pounds and well built H, G. HOLABIRD, 12IH
W. Third st. 19
TTiOR EXCHANGE- EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
I for eastern manufacturer. Will take Cltyor
l ounirv property for part payment. Address s. c.,
Herald ollice. B-tf
TTIOH 1 KCHANGE—#6O.OOO WORTH BONDS.
I stock aud mortgages In sums to suit for \ i
city property. GO WEN, c beiile A CO., 148 s,
Broadway. li
T7IOREXCHANGE—GOOD LIGHT BUSINESS-
V owner leaving town. Value *|uoo. Whut
have you to offer? Address j, U,, Herald offioe.
jwr
1740R EXCHANGE—RENT OF A PINE Up
right piano lor groceries or hutchers' account,
or hay and feed bill. 022 W. sixth st. 21
171 OR EXCHANGE—A CYCLOPEDIA BRlT
annlca, new ami unopened, tor s cow or ottter
article of value. Address k., box 7". 81
TTAOB EXCHANGE—A GOOD ORGAN, FOR A
V fresh milch cow, GEO, HA in AN,
21 325. s. Broadway*
I mil EXCHANGE—A FIRST-CLASS SUR
,i 1 vevor's transit and tripod, worth #16). What
have you to offer? Address 12V., \V Third st. iv
ITi oil EXCHANGE -A GOOD GASOLINE
stove and bed springs to trade for good cook
stove. Address 642 San Pedro st. 84
171 OR EXCH AN GE- T W 0 (8) EIIIST-C LASS
horses for a good delivery woyon. Inquire at
323 E. First st. 24
FOR EXCHANGE—LIGHT OPEN BUGGY
for bicycle, or will pay cash. iot2 B. Olive
M.« 19
FOR RENT-HOUSES
■f?o\l RENT -CHEAPEST NEW 0-ROOM
house In the markol i only 180; barn, sanitary
plumbing, sew erage, on 2 cur lines. OWN ER.
\ cor. Seventh and Beacon, close by. 22
TJIOH RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE TN"
town for mattings, linoleums and window
shades, THE MATTING MART. 504 s. Broad
way. 4-s
17IOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE (NEW), CLOSE
in nttcd wiih alt modern Improvement*.
ant x. itiii mi. ia
1.1 OH RENT—NICE FOUR-ROOM FLAT, 512
per month. SSSTown aye ,iv Wolfskll trait,
| close lv. 6-lt-tf
IJIOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE, 1280 VICTORIA
si, a I.l.l mix BARLOW, 1208. Broadway, tf
FOR RENT-ROOMS
IjlOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
A centrally located, with hath nn.i all cOhven
lenoes, with use ol piano and parlor, tiss, Oltve
HI., upper Hat. 23
1710R RENT—ROOMS FURNISHED, SINGLE
or en suite: beds 25 cents and upwards. Hiss
Hi il'se. cor. Los Angeles and i-'trst sis. 4-11
171 OR RENT irta X. MAINBT..THE DENVER;
nicely furnlahed rooms, 91.80 per week anil np
w ant: center of city j 250 tn fl a day. 11-14 if
I 7IOH KENT-THE MARIPOSA, 321 E. SEIT
nnd St.; furnished rooms, $1.28 per week up;
lodging, 35c, 150 and 80c per night. 10-1 If
17IOR RENT—THE MENLO] ELEGANTLY
furnished rooms; batnafre,; prices low; 423
s. Mum sL.opp. postoffioo. 11'
-l/nill RENT FURNISHED, I WO FRONT
JT rooms: also outside rooms, 11.60 per w-eek, r>pj
s. Spring st. 4-11
17IOR RENT—HOTEL DE GRENOBLE, COR.
AIISO and X. Los Angeles St., sunny rooms by
the week. 3-pj
17IOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FURNISHED
j rooms; ,1.00 to fi NITTINGER'S, 451 S.Hop*
tf
"1/lORREXT NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
J. for housekeeping, 636 S. Broadway. 2-25tf
jriOß RENT—FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
; on car line. 537 Wolfskin aye. 12il-tf
1710H RENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS, 4lli S.
" Broadway. 23
FOR RENT—STORES
J ( -nill RENT PART OF sTollE, wTnl FINE
show window, 011 Broadway; excellent loca*
tion for jeweler. Inquire at 506 S. Broadway, tr
FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS
ITIOR RENT—LODGE ROOM AT TURNER
hall; every llrst and third Friday 01 eui'll
month. Inquire of Janitor. 11-tf
FOk\ SALE— \
yon SAEE—GREAT HAROAIN-
I/pright Chlckering Piano; fino condition; ?17>.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MUSIC CO.,
:ic-2is w. ThlrdSt,
tf
1710R BALE—NEW WHITE, NEW ROME
; Eld ridge H and other makes, at ?J') t,o 835. oii
tho no agent plan; 91 per week paymeuts,
HEWING ma« h me, office t£RO s. Spring, 1*29
H VLB DON'T or WANT TO BUY OB
1 sell your oflice <<r store fixtures? You «iit
be wise to call at headquarters of rouuters nnd
shelving. It. CLI PFORD, 008 s. Spring. it'
•null SALE -FIRST class DRIVING OUT-
I Mi: high grade new huggv, horse antl harness:
win sell single or together. Apply s»i wolnskiii
avenue HI
I.IOR BALE—ONE 2-TON BIDEWaLK Kl.lv
Vator m a sacrifice. Intjulrc at the Herald
buslitess ofiiee. iir-tt"
DENTISTS
r>A. DENTAL CO., A. J, STEVENS, MANA
.I fter, makes n specialty of crown and hrldge
work und painless extracting, A «ood set of teeth
220 B, Springs Telephone list), ti'
\dams BROS.- DENTAL PARLORS. 28%
s Spring st.l pnlnles, extracting and lining*
plate. |8, 88, -i I nil work guaranteed; established
10years; bours, 8 5; Sundays, 10*13,
"171 R. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVED
• to BtUnson blk-, cor. Third and Spring.
Tel. 45.
XpRAKK STEVENS, 3J4',' S. SPRING ST.,
X opepdays and evenings) also simdavs; elec
tric light.
DR. KENNEDY. DENTIST, ?0S' a ' B. SPRING
st., rooms '1, n and 7; painless extraction.
CHIROPODISTS
Mi-s .i I-, Alexander. CHIROPODIST,
treats feet by a new and painless process;
gives salt glow, massage and eleotric treatment,.
21.", anil 21ii Wilson hlk.. First and Spring sts. 3 27
1 vlt. /ACHAT DISEASES OF THE FEET
I J 25, s. Spring st. fi-2s
HOUSE-MOVINQ.
Ar. SLOPES, HOUSE MOVER-OFFICE,
■ 113 X. Broadway.
5 FINANCIAL
, ( Rates for advertisements under this classifica
tion (time, A cents per line; i week to cents per
*• line; i month. *i pet lias,
1 >A< IFH LOAN « O LOANS IN ANY
1 amount on all kind* of collateral security,
y diamonds, Jewelry and seal skins, also on plsnos
furniture and household goods iv private, lodging
n a nil boarding bouses or hotels without removal,
Partial payments received. Money quick; buslnesf
i. confidential; private oflice for ladies, w, E. DE
ii oROOT, manages, rooms 2 and 1,114 S, Spring st.
- |r N lON 1.0 \N CO.
-1 I. Stimson Block.
Loans money on all kinds ot collateral socurltv;
|« watches, diamonds, seal skins and furniture In
[. lodging and hoarding houses nnd on pIaOOS without
removal; also ou bonds, "-tucks, mortgages; low in
terest ; money at once; business confidential; pri
•l \ ate ollice tor Indies: room 111. CLARK K.
r SHAW, manager moms ill and 112 first floor:
Stimson hlock. tf
- mHE HERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN so.
X fit ly of San Francisco Will make loans on Inv
ij | proved city and country property.
on loans oftOoooand under,certificates
l of title from the 'title Insurance and
Trust Co. Will he accepted, making the
expenses on such loans very small.
Building loans a specialty. Apply to
11. G H' NT, Agent, 227 W. Second.
BlStf
' : $10 ()()() ' 30t ° 00 ' • 80 * MO Tn ,OAN A-T
1 o to ti per cent i!et on business propcry, boun
dary limits First to Seventh sts., Main to Broad
w ay inclusive.
, REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, 224 ft Broadway.
T B CO H N
I-» The i.os AngOles Pawnbroker, 146N Main
I st.. loans money on diamonds, watches, JeweTry,
firearms,pianos,libraries and all other collateral
securities; also Bells unredeemed pledges for
money loaned and one month's interest added;
make no mistake, It is the reliable L, B. COHN,
the i.os Angolas pawnbroker. n-io
MONEY TO LOAN, LONG on SHORT TIME,
on furniture, ptanos t diamonds, Watches,
jewelry, live stock, carriages, real estate, etc.;
private ollice; business confidential, for ladies or
gentlemen. CHARLES C. LAM p., 220 s. Spring
st., stoweii block, rooms66and67, 4-8
"% |ON X V TO Lo AN 1 N AN V A MOUNTS
on diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos,
safes, lodging-houses, hoi els and private
household furniture; low interest: money quicki
private ollice for ladies. G. M. JONES, rooms 14
and 13, 342>a s. Broadway, adjoining city hall. 4-l(i
I>oINDEN I'Klt A- W A OS Worth BROKERS,
806 w. Second st., buy mvi sell siocks. mort
gages, bonds and any good securities; If you wish
to lend or borrow or Invest In real estate coll ou
us; collections made and property managed for
non-residents. 28tf
AfONEY TO LOAN—CITY OR COUNTRY
it! property, &H tOB net; persobal notes or se
curity: mortgages bought and sold, if yon have
money lo loan or wish to borrow any amount call
on Jon .N L. PAVKOVICH, 220 W. First. tf
N NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO.
loans money on all kinds of collateral secu
rity) money quickly; business strictly confiden
tial. Rooms 98 and 1)6, Brvson block.' fifth floor.
John MITCHELL JONES, manager. 7-3-iyr
IU YOU HAVE ANY FIRST-CLASS BKCU
rlttesi mortgages, bonds, stocks or notes for
side, or n Ish to make an Investment of this kind,
address R. ALTSCHUL, 123,' a W. Second st., Bur
dick hlk. Wed A* Sun tf
TtTE HAVE TOO MUCH MONEY, SO \VE
tt charge less interest than any company or
loan oflice in the city on good collaterals, see us
if yon want to save money. 22!' Byrne budding, if
BI»: INTEREST READS WELL, BUT is [T
always safe? I can lend j our money out at
good Interest, from 3 to It) percent a month. See
me if you want sure investments, It. A. NBW
LYN. 281 Byrne building. tt
rpO LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
I. reasonable rates. W 1 LLIAM F. BOSBY
SHELL, W7B, Broadway. IQ-lSt!
MONEY TO LOAN -FROM $500 T0980,000 TO
. loan in sums to suit. No delays, Continen
tal Building and Loan Association, 2075, Broad
way. V ICTOR W A.N ROWS XI, agent. tf.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
riages, bicycles.all klndsof personal and collateral
security. LEE BROS., 402 S, Spring St. B*2l
ri"V> Lo 1N—830,000 IN ONE AMOUNT OR
I smaller sums; interest ti per cent net; good
city security desired, WICKS a- MACDONALD,
attorneys, 110 Court St., Los Angeles, 8-stf
rpo loan UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
A small loans; no commission; light expense.
SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 223 S.
spring st.
QMALL MORTGAGES a SPECIALTY—CAN
n be paid off on ttie installment plan or your own
plan. R. A. NEWLYN, 281 Byrne building, if
ri/lO LOA N—slooo TO 610,000 ON REAL ESTATE
I security, a LLlsi in It AR Ll tW. ems, Broad
way, 0-Ttf
WANTED—TO BORROW
MONEY; CAN LOAN LABGE
t T or small amounts on good real estate se
curity, at 11 per cent, payable quarterly. Call in
the afternoon. JOHN FLOUENOY, real estate
and financial agent, 146 Broadway. tt'
"\\ r A NTED »7«Xi ON BEsTCITY PROPERTY,
tt Call early. Room 23, Law Bldg, 125 Temple
EDUCATIONAL
1" OS anoei.es BUSINESS COLLEGE. IN
_i corpora ted, occupies the entire fifth floor of
the new Currier block, 213 VV. Third st.; largest,
oldest,best; elegant and commodious rooms, lv*
tensely practical courses of study, able and expe
rienced specialists as teachers, complete equip
ments, perfect lighting und ventilation, rooms
heated by steam, (its; class elevator service; five
courses ol study -commercial, shorthand and
typewriting! preparatory, telegraphy and assaying;
the school is thoroughly live and progressive; it
inspires as welt as teaches; day and evening ses
sions; Individual and class instructions; successful
graduates ; flue class of students; visitors cordially
welcomed; full Information, personally or by mall.
E. R. sh BA DEB, pres. E. K. ISAACS, vlee-pres.
I. N. INSKEEP. see. 2-16-7
TTTOODBI'RY BUSINESS COLLEGE IIN-
H corporate It, 22*> s. spring si., is the oldest
nnd largest commercial school In Southern Califor
nia; the most beautiful college rooms and equip
ment tO he found in the stale ; elevator for pupils'
use] a large faculty of experienced and able lo
st ructors; open the entire year: both day and even
ing si bsloiib; a practical English course, a thor
ough business course and a course in shorthand
and typewriting under an experienced stenogra
pher. Write or call for Illustrated catalogue and
full informal ion. <i. A. HOUGH, president; N. G.
eelkeb, vice-president.
AI EN AND WOMEN TAUGHT TO MAKE
at I crayon portraits iv spare hours at their
homes by a new. copyrighted method; those learn
ing my method will be furnished work by me by
whicli they can earn 68 to 916 per week; send for
particulars. H. A. gripp, German artist, Ty
rone, Pft, tygf
MME. CHAPHE MORGAN, LATE OF NEW
York city, will teach the true art of singing,
wiii prepare ladles and gentlemen for church, con
cert, oratorio or op era llc stage • voices tested tree
of charge on Wednesdays and Saturdays at studio,
roomB,The Spencer,Blo>S w. Third si. ;i-is
17* ROE BEL INSTITUTE (OASA DEROSAS)
training school for 'kindergarten; also school
for hoys and girls of all grades; opens September
2id. Apply to MADAME LOUls CL AVER lE,
s-7-ly
HOY NI ON Ni >R MA L, Et IR TE ACH E1!8
only, begins September 16th; teachers aided
in get I ing positions; teachers, governesses and
tutors supplied. Boom sL'."> Stimson block. ti-IWtf
£ 1 MILS' COLLEGTATE SCHOOL, 1018-1022 S.
*w Grand aye,; a boarding and day school; kin
dergarten In connection: carriage service. Miss
PA BSONSand MI ss DENNEN, principals, tf
1 OS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL FOR
.1J Itlndergartners. Fail term September i*ih.
mrs. n. D.MAYHEW, 879 W. Twenty-third st.
6-6tf
I /TON SCHOOL FOR BOYS, NO. 186 W. PICO
j v HORACE A. BROWN, LL. It.
HARP STI DlO. MRS. .T. AL JONES 1003 W.
. Seventh st. o-6
LOSTAND FOUND
J OST—ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON. A GEN
-A tie man's black leather card case hearing the
initials N. P. O. V. A., Chicago. It cental I
among Other things two oar tickets, one over the
Pasadena line and the other over the University.
Lost in the West End, near cor. Washington und
Estreihi. Finder please address J. box 10, Herald
ollice. tf
1740UND- CERTIFICATE OF TITLE TO CEll
ium lots, issued by the Title Insurance and
Trust Co. of Los Angeles. Owner can have same
by proving property and paying for this advertise
ment. Call at Rustle Hustle Adv. Co., 244 S
Broadway. jjQ
1 OST SUNDAY P.M. BETWEEN ELY SI AN
JL4 Park and the Plaza, pair La Mar Meld glasses
about ii Inches long. If found return to j, F.
BROW N, 1463 San Fernando st. and receive ts.no
reward. pj
]" 08T-LADIE8 1 PURSE CONTAINING $25
-J In gold and hall" dollar or more in sliver, a
small key; liberal reward. Address MRS. M. J.
SPENCER, Station M., city, 18
C I*ARBEN A CO. HAVE THE AGENCY
KJ* for ftolay Bicycles. 223 w. Fifth st. s-io
t"\ N E LADY'S AND ' IN E UfcM'h BICYCLE,
| Y.J almost new, fO. C37',S. Broadway. 21
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
Bales for advertisements under ibis classifies
tion 1. time. cents per line; 1 week, 3J cents pc
line; 1 month, fl per line.
Houses and Lots
JpOS BALE—AT FORCED PRICES—
The n« nits of the follow ing properties have tolt
me lo sell They are going to leave Los Angeles
Choll c residence. HIM st., near Ninth "t.
Beantiful cottage on star st.
Grocery businrss and corner lot; good 2-storj
building; on electric line sotttaWOSt.
Two acres, small lonise; llrst class fOT CnlCkSI
ranch i on car line, west.
Two heautit'ul lots, southwesf.
FRANK RECORDS,
15-17-18 10-20-22 880 S. Broadway,
INOR SALE SEE THOSE NEW HOUSES,
1 well built, beautiful, close in, rooms, Stan
ford ay.i >' rooms, Towne aye*, near Ninth si
scl :. Sold on easy terms by T. WIESENDAN
GSR, 227 W. Second si II
1.1 OB SALE—SEE THOSE NEW HOUSES
well bUtlt, beautiful, close hi, :« rooms, siau
ford ave.;o rooms, Towne aye.. nesr Ninth st,
school, Sold on easy terms bj T. WIESENDAN.
0 E It, 227 W. second St. 1!'
TjIOR SALE IF YOU WISH TO BUY ANY
1 property in IhS city for investment or specu
lation, or place or borrow money on good cits prop
erty you may make monej by consulting Richard
AltScTlUl. 12:1') W. Second st. Ul-thr-saHl'
1/tHt SALE THOSE ELEGANT NEW 4
-1 room cottages w Ith bftth ami closets at Ninth
and Central aye; *t ; > monthly. Will double In
value In one year. It. I>. LIST,
•HI \UH W. Second.
~y">- s w,:
5-room house. Wall st., near Fifth, for cash;
i hesper than any property on th 1 street.
N. B. WA LX EB A CO.,
15-18 125' a W. Second st.
IJI.OH SALE ll AYE YOU PROPERTY TO
.--"llorrent'' If you want QttlCk ret'irus |ec
me. i>on t brluf an> dead pieces or ask fancy
prices. 1 sell ami advertise everything that I
handle. It. A. NEWLYN, 2:: i Byrne building, if
I -son sale - FURNISHED. LAURENCE
bouse, Ocean uve, Santa Monica; 21 rooms;
ilioroughly overhauled and Improved; take I,os
Angeles property as part payment. Apply on
premises. 8-25
IJIOR sale 84000 AN ELEGANT 7 ROOM
house with every convenience, just completed,
southwest, near su. JaillOS Park, casv terms.
ELLIOT & B.\ It N KTT, 830 S. Broadway. If
7.101; salt 115 MONTHLY BUYS A BEAU-
I tlful new 4-room cottage, Ninth aud Central
avenue. R D. LIST, VUH W. Second. 1-28
no NOT PAY RENT, BUT BEY A HOI BE
on the installment plan from ALLISON BA It-
LOW, 128 s. Broadway. 12-18 tf
"tTAOB SALE A MCE 5-ROOM, HARD-FIN
,I Ished house; lot 88xl48; trees and shrubbery,
Apply 201 East Pico. It'
City Lots
17OR SALE OR ID BR »t DOW'S
ADAMS ST. TRACT.
THE TRACT OF HOMES
64 Choice resilience lots unsold are now offered
atfBoo to $1000 on easy payments; 000 lots have
been sold and over2so homes blllM lv the past is
months; s school building that cost over $17,000
und a line church are located tn ! his 1 met; live
miles of streets graded, curbed and sldowalked,
and lined with 2000 lovely shade and pslm trees;
city water; electric lights; modern street cars
with 10-mtnnte service; only 12 minutes' time
from business center; four 80-foot streets and one
Urn-foot street! lotssoxlso to alley; high and sight
ly location; rich loam soli, no mud. Don't buy
for a home nor for an Investment until you see the
.■■Adams st. Tract." Free carnages* from our
Office. Telephone 1200, Eor maps, prices and
VIeWS ot 1 his 1 raCl call on or write to
□ RIDER A DOW,
18 189 s. Broadway.
J7<OR SALE
JEST THINK OF IT!
The Alexandre Weill tract offers choice building
lots on Eighth, Ninth and Twelfth streets, near
Central avenue car line, 25x120 to alley,* ut
$80d, $32'» and 1850, on small cash * pay
ment and monthly Installments of only
8111. No Interest charged on deferred payments.
Only one hundred lots loir of the original four
hundred, and when they have heen disposed ol
such a chance to get a home within walking dis
tance at low prices and upon casv terms may nev
er offer again. Title absolut ely perfect -An un
limited certificate of title or a policy of insurance
of the Title Insurance and Trust In issued with
every agreement of sale. For maps, price list and
ail partlcuiars*address
RU Ii tun ALTSCHUL,
7-e o dtf 12.1'j W. second nt., Burdtck blk.
jpOR SALE-INSTALLMENTS—
«200 down, balance monthly.-—
I have some extra choice lots and at bargain
prices.
More especially wish to call attention to lots in
L'rmstouaiul Bancrot'l tracts.
Alio seventeenth st., near Cnlon aye.: graded,
curbed and sewered.
choice corner near Seventh st.; cars to West
lake.
Will bUltd 1" "ult and sell for small payment
down, balance monthly.
FRANK RF/TJRDS,
15-17-18-W 26-22 331 B. Broadway.
-piOR SALE—
1600—Lot 40x125, Towne aye
fTtou—Lot ftnxiso, Belong st.. neir Fourteenth,
■650 L) rje lot, Ninth st., nenr Central aye.
ISoO- Lot 40x180, Ninth St., near Central aye.
11200—Lot 65x140, Ninth si . near Central aye.
11000—2 ots in oil well district tor cash.
( ome auo buy cheaper than at any t me.
ti, B. WA LX ER tt CO..
15-18 125JS W. Second st.
-JjlOR SALE
GRAND BARGAINS.
5300—Large 50-foot lot on Twenty-ninth st.. In
one block of the electric ears, atB3Ki -825 cash aud
the balance at |10 per month; street graded and
graveled ; cement walks and OUrbS, and sprinkled.
Carriages from our ollice. GRIDER .t DOW.
18 IBU S. Broadway.
ITIOR SALE-MIST BE SOLD BEFORE
1 April I,one of the best located lots in the
Urmston tract, on Clinton aye.; It goes cheap lor
cash; au exceptionally good bargain. Address
owner, postofflce box 608, city. 19
■jIOR BALE—BBOO—LOT 60x165, ON MICHIGAN 1
X 1 aye. near Soto st.; street graded and sew
ered. GO WEN, EBERLE & CO, 113 B, Broad
way. * 18
171 OR SALE—IB6O; LOT 50x125, TWEVTV
NINTH St. near Main; street graded and sew
ered. OoWEV.EBERLEtftCO.,I4BB. Broadway. 18
I SOB SALE -TO LI ST VOIR PROPERTY
. for sih', or rent you property already listed.
L. it. PATTY, 121**, S, Broadway. 21
T7SOR SALE—IHOOI LOT 55x110, CORNER w.
V Twenty-eighth st. GO WEN, EBERLE tt
co., U3 s. Broadway. 1>
I/O It s.ALf; «ti7.'.; LOT68x18), THIRTY-SIXTH
" st. near Flgueroa. GOWBN EBERLE it
co., 143 s. Broadway, is
1.1 011 s. U. lil. ■ : T.f) t ftri .x 1 2t \ \ J t wi!\ t vT
1 third st. GOWEN, EBERLE dt CO., 143 s.
Broadway. 18
*7) BUY, BELL OR EXCHANGE PROPERTY
Mmi of any kind go to BEN WHITE, 22t W.
First «t. 10
fIIrTKrt—HOUSE AND LOT, WOLTSKILL
<S ll OU iract. BEY WHITE, 221 W. First
st. 20
GUI A/lf|- LO T. HANOVER ST.: HAH
ifIUUU gain. REV WHITE, 221 W. firs I
st. 20
flfis'J r?r»-4-ROOM, LARGE LOT, BIG BAR
•7li*)ti gain. BEN WHITE, 221 W, First st.
20
d6Q X afi—LOT. HI NT ON AVEtJ TERMS TO
suit. BEN WHITE, 221 w. First St.
20
wit A f\f\f\—W-VQQT lot. sand st. BEN
•PT-IiUU WHITE, 221 W. FIRST ST. 20
St) «t rs—LARGE LOT, SOUTH SI DETRACT.
SalOU BEN WHITE,22I W. First st. 20
I 7 SALE—AYE SELL THE EARTH, BAS
* SETT it SMITH. I'omona, Cul. . 6-26 tf
Business Property
JIOR SALE
BROADWAY LOT.
We have a choice piece of properly on this
fine street, centrally located, now In tho
heart of the business center. We are offer
ing this property at such a low price that will
make the lucky buyer a handsome protlt
WitbtO a short time.
CLARK A BRYAN, 127 W. Third St. 7tf
Country Property
I NOR SAL E 84000—20 ACRES IMPROVED
as follows: «acres navel oranges 3 years
old; fi acres lemons 2 yesrs old; .", acres peaches
and apricots In full bearing; to shares of water; \i
cash, balance On iliac. C'JWEN, EBERLE *
CO., 143 s. Broadway. 18
Directory ol
SOUTHERN HrtTPI Q
CALIFORNIA lIU I CLj
HOTEL GREEN .' J,' IF^
HOTEL IiETROPOLE CATALIXA
hotel mm ggjgg Brhei *-
HOTEL HOLLENBECK Its., I.os Angeles.
HOTEL RAMONA & R i AND THIBD BTS "
ABBOTTSFORD INN 110 "
HOTEL PORTLAND sp,uxa 3T '
HOTEL BRUNSWICK \morlcan-European plans.
HOTEL HOLYROOD 83
TUC DAWOI MAIN AND NINTH ST., BIVS*
IML nUItCLt .Me. IS. .P. Davit, Prop.
HOTEL CARLTON !L'Z^^ r rOLORADO
HOTEI
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
Country Property
1310R SALE—3O ACHES IV WALNUTS,
peaches, prunes and tigs, near city, railroad,
school and church: moist soli; us line ns the sun
shines on; in bearing; healthy, vigorous growth,
at ISA an acre nnd t he cost only oi" preparing, plant*
Ing and bringing to its present productive condi
tion; t his orchard needs no Irrigation; you are not
wading in water and mud nine months OUI of the
year, up to your center of gravity, to keep life in
your trees, besides paying as much for water as
the prom on > our crop; i have had years of practi
cal experience, and I know what 1 am saving when
I tell you, Mr. Tenderfoot, that there "is not nn
acre «d ground in this country of climate that M
WOrtllfjlo c than 150 an acre; the only curse rest
ing on tins beautiful land is the outrageously ex
orbitant price of raw land demanded hv these shv
lOOfcs who are selling it, and you tenderfoot are the
deluded victims who are furnishing the pound of
,hla in ■ vo,ir hat and address
OWNER, W. c. T. U. bldg., room 2. tt
JjlOR BA LB
VALUABLE WALNUT RANCH AT RIVERA",
02.' a ' ACRES
Y%% ncres in trees about 18 years old.
•12 acres in trees about 7 to 10 years old.
s acres in SuSquehanna peaches also In hearing.
This ranch is In the walnut bolt and is in the
highest state of cultivation, abundant tree water
right; all necessary ranch buildings aud agricul
tural implements on the premises; Immediate
possession if desired; liberal terms. Walnut pro
perly is especially valuable; no known pests af
fect the trees and the crop need not necessarily he
marketed when harvested :it will keep. The pro
perty w 111 he divided ii desired. Apply to
it. U. LI NT
417 227 W. Second st,
"JpOR SALE-ALFALFA LANS
-1 have the best snap iv the market.
35 acres near city, all fenced; artesian well, good
aliuh'u land, but au especial snap us a pasturage
proposition.
1 will make the price enticing to anyone who
meaus husiness; easy terms; would exchange for
city property. FRANK RECORDS.
IMT-Ifr 10-20*22 1808. Broadway.
■fjlOR SALE—IN THAT PRETTY TOWN op
I Fillmore, Ventura county, along the famous
Santa Clara valley, 1 offer mv Ideal ranch of sev
enty (70) acres, improved, in olives, vines, fruit
and general farming, for *7"i an acre, which is the
price asked for the Interior hilly stock ranges.
Neighbors all around me ask front |ISO to |4JOO nn
acre, l have a line riparian water right, good
well, plenty of wood ; frost less belt; close to Santa
Clara river and railroad; perfect title guaranteed
once in a lifetime a bargain like this Is offered,
but it must go. Apply or address It. J, KALY,
l . s. hole], Los Angeles. 13
I*OR BALE—IBOOO—IO ACRES LOCATED AT
Asusa; 8 acres In navel oranges •> years old;
4 acres In lemons 8 years old; one acre in alfalfa;
house of -i rooms, barn: good water right.
GO WEN, EBEBLE A CO., 1488, Broadway, is
171 0 R HA LE -18600 -10- AC R E NAA' E L OR.
ange grove, 4years old; located at Covlnat
;> shares of water to the acre; soil first-class sands
loam; cash, balance to suit, GO WEN,
EBERLE A: CO., 148 S. Broadway, |8
TTAOR SALE—SAN GABRIEL—ONLY A PEW
V £> and 10-acro blocks left; water right. Now
Is the time to buy, tf you have anything to sell
or trade sco B. K. ALEXANDER, 148 8. Broad
way. tf
171 OR BALE—BO,OOO ACRES OF FIVE FARM
and fruit land in Snn Luis Obispo conntv,
Apply to ELLIOTT A BARNETT, 880 S. Broad
way, tf
IJIOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. BA*
1 SETT <t smi th, pomona, Cal.
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE
J7U>R EXCHANGE—
fi»r< on house In Yemen for house near Southern
Pacific shops.
11 1 a acres, nice new ft-room house, 7 miles south
of city for house end lot east of Main st.
2(1 acres, ft-room bouse, flowing well, 4 ft ties
south of oity, for house in city; or cash win give
yon a better bargain than you thought rmiid 14
had any where. N. B. WALKER* CO.,
1-5-18 12V . W. second st
I.VIU EXCHANGE—OBO,OOO; 140 ACRE DAIRY
1 and fruit ranch; One buildings, 80 Hno cows;
located 20 miles from Los Angeles; for city prop
erty. GO WEN. EBERLE & CO., 148 K. Broad
way, is
& BUSINESS
•?>e>l/s It J lot and building. BEN WHITE,
2ji W. First st. 20
Obrf G*f\ * 2 lots, CHICAGO Vor CALL
mi ij\J fornla property. BEN WHITE, 221
W. First st. 20
W») Kf\f\ - EQUITY It- ROOM FLAT,
O«|)UU rents SSL HEN WHITE, 221 W.
Is irst st. 20
(StQ/l/l— EQUITY HOUSE AND LOT BOR
OCMJI/ lodging house. BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First si. 20
L>>)tnn - • ACHES. II Hill LV IM PRO V-
O — OvU ed, Colton. BEN WHITE, 221 w.
First st. 20
O EXCHANGE OR SELL PROPERTY
—. quick go to BEN white, 221 w. First st.
11l
STORAGE
DRY AND CLEAN STORAGE FOR HOl'SE
bold goods, pianos, trunks, etc. * !|ty Ware
house, 676 Upper Alain st.. c. T. SM ITH, Propria*
tor. Tel. 048, tf
MACHINB MANUFACTORY
•\7"ON SERKBY MAY t' FA('TI RING i 10,, 284*
V 280 E. Second St., manufacturers of .special
machinery, dies and models; only accurate work;
guara nleed.
BOARD AND ROOM
TiKAITIH I. DAY WINDOW FBONTBOOM,
J> well furnished, ll i-st floor; home bounl fof
two, ffi7 s. flower at. is
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
IflOß s.\ DJS—SpW PI GOOD BARGAINS IN
1 second-hand orgaoa i good inuki's. KOHI.Eit
dt CHABE, 8118 H, Spring at. If
_ ASSAYER AND CHEMIST^
riiiiEl hi m ktaYi.it assay OFFIOE and
A Chemical Laboratory, 1-4 s. Main at. It. A.
PEREZ, K. .v., Manager. 4-10
A TTORNE YS-A T-LAW
BROUSSEAU A MONTGOMERY,
Attorneys-at-Law,
.0" Bradbury Mk.. l.ua Augelea. 4-5
MUSICAL
BARGAIN I.N A AITIGIITI.Y I'SEI) STEI.V.
way iiiiriEiit piano. Address fit.,box M°i H'r- (
iiUl ogee. M
PLUMBERS.
1' > SbaNX A. WBINSBAN ii, PLUMBfiR AND
1 gftslitter,-lit St'c-oml st. Tel. I'iO.
ASSAYERS !
CHEHISTS ;|
|| Wade & Wade
8 109 1-2 Commercial St. X
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