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City Branch Agencies
• OF
THE HERALD
tn orderto Ssrcommodate tho public The RetmlA
aas established branch agencies, where copies of
tbe Dally and Sunday will be on sale and ad-ret-
Using and subscriptions taken and forwarded t«
ftte main oflice ns soon as received.
Tbeste branch agencies do not Include tha hna
4teda of book stores and n»ws stands In all parta
' af the cMy where The Herald Is also for sale.
BOTLG HEIGHTS
E. DON NELL, Newsdealer, 2108 East Flm *
street.
EAST liOS ANGELES
MRS. R. C. TH ACKER, Newsdealer, IM
North Daly street.
SAN FERNANDO STREET
M'KINNIE'S PHARMACY, 1431 Sea Fa*
nan do street.
WESTLAKE PARK
DONALD A. ROSS, Newsdealer, 2100 West
Seventh street.
University
H. L. PARK, Dngs, Stationery. Kti
Postofllco bnUdlng.
SOUTH CKNTRAIj AVENUE
CHICAGO PHARMACY, corner Centra*
avenue aud Twelfth street.
NOTICES
J>ROFESSOR FRED HELL— t
Destiroi to announce that he will give private
lessons to & limited number of ladies and gentle
men who desire to be developed as spiritual
mediums on the true plane*
Ho also gives Instructions in hypnotism to timso
who give evidence of sincerity of purpose, and
teaches that most helpful of ail studies, practical
■OCcnlUsni.
Professor Bell is an electro-mental healer of
great power, and in the line of nervous affections,
Jaralysis, general debility aud mental troubles ho
as accomplished some really wonderful results.
Pain and disease disappear under his touch and
the sunshine of his philosophy as if by innglc.
As a phrenologist nnd physiognomist Professor
Bell iswlihout a peer. Full delineation of charac
ter, with charl, 81.50. Special!, l , written charts,
giving valuable points as to health, future life,
with occult laws, He is also forming a class lit
■phrenology and phvstognoniy. und will take a few
private pupils, office rooms, ,m, si and 82 Plrtle
block, corner Broadway and Fourth sts. Hours,
V to 12, 1:30 to 5; eveuings hy appointment.
Consultation and diagnosis absolutely fv-e.
Strictly confidential. 4-4
CHURCH OF .IESLS CHRIST OF LATTER
Day Saints. 948 S. Spring st.. up stairs lv hall.
Sunday school at io a.m.: preaching service at 7:80
p.m. Tonight Elder E. M. Whiteside* will take
for bis subject. Pre-existence of Spirits. Did wo
have an existence before we came on earthy Come
and hear tha testimony of the Blbla on this ques
tion. Your time is all it will cost you. Nocol-
Jectlons.
ST. PAUL'S CliriUTL EPISCOPAL, OLIVE
at, opp. the park. Open every day in the year.
Daily service at in a. m. The clergy will respond
to all calls for the offices of the church for strang
ers or visitors, without respect to creed; burials,
marriages, baptisms or visitations of the sick* Use
Of the church cheerfully given ireo lor funeral
cervices. Tel. 14,1 rod. tf
SPECIAL NOTICES
Business" "newspaper- the daily'
Journal; a b*ustness newspaper, publishing all
the county official records, real estate transfers,
mortgages and liens, building news.contract work,
linancial newt, ami all news relating to the re
source* and development of Southern California
and tbre great territory of tbe southwest. One dol
lar per month, or In advance $10 per year. 227 W.
First St.. Los Angeles.Cal. tM tf
"VOTICE-THE LOS ANOELESCITY water
Co. will strictly enforce the following rules:
The hours for sprinkling ar" between the hours of
b and B ocloek :i m. and ti and s ocloek p.m. For v
violation of the above regulations the water will bo
abut oft and a line of ?- will be charged before the
water will be turned on again. 4-29
ATTENTION. MINE RS--THE PLACER KING
—Combination dryer and gold separator; the
•nly machine in existence that will separate all
the gold lroni wet or dry sand, dirt ami gravid,
Without the aid of water or quicksilver. Office
8-Vs s itroadway, Los Angeles, CaL Machine at
«23 Maple aye*. 4-2
ASEPTOLIN— DR. CYRUS EDSON'S AL
Jeged cure for consumption seems to bo
proving itself a success; cases treated at cost of
the remedies used for one month. By
DR. FLLKINGTON,The Wlnthrop,
2.1 £30 s. Spring st.
MRS. BELL HYATT, ARTIST—PUPIL OF
Bonnat, Paris; member Artists' League,
of New York; diploma for portraiture. Mechan
ics' Pavilion, San Francisco, iss.s. Specialties,
portraits, life figures, animals. Lesaous given.
603 W. Second st. 31
GtENTLEMENS* MENDING BUREAU. 58
f Pirtte hlk.. cor. Fourth and Broadway.
Mending, cleaning and light repairing; buttons
furnished; buttonholes made. All orders neatly
and promptly attended to. Charges reasonable, 4-13
Cl nIN A AND GLASSWARE REPAIRED,
j riveted or computed ; a specialty of repairing
fans. V. T. REUTER, 117 W. Sixth. 8-27-08
*StO XCm WILL RCY CHOICE LOT. ANGK
±diyyj leno Heights. S. K. LINDLEY, lOti
IS. Broadway. tf
3" OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, IN
-J cojnorated, occupies the entire fifth floor ot
the new Currier block, 212 w. Third st.; largest,
olilest, beat; elegant and commodious rooms. In*
tensely practical courses of study, able and expe
rienced specialists as teachers, complete equip
ments, perfect lighting and ventilation, rooms
heated by steam, first-class elevator service; live
courses of study -commercial, shorthand and
typewriting, preparatory, telegraphy and assaying;
tna school Ts thoroughly Uve and progressive; it
Inspires as weil as teaches; day and evening BM
aions; individual and class instructions: successful
graduates; fine class of students; visitors cordially
welcomed: fuli information, personally or by mail.
Jf".. It. SURA DER, pres. E. K. ISAACS, vice-pros.
1. N. I.NSKEEP. seo. -j.-jti-;
•\T7-OODP.rRY Rl'S I NESS COLLEGE (TN
tt corpornted),236s.spring st., is the oldest
and largest commercial school in Southern Califor
nia; tin'most beautiful college rooms and equip
ment to be found in the suite; elevator lor pupils'
use; a large faculty of experienced and able in
structors; open the enrire yea;*; both day and even
ing sessions; a practical English course, a thor
ough business course and a course in shorthand
ftUQ typewriting under an experienced stenogra
fiber. Write or call for illustrated catalogue and
nil information. G. A. HOUGH, president; N. G.
FELKER, vice-president.
\fK.N* AND WOMEN TAUGHT TO MAKE
JvX crayon portraits in spare hours at their
tomes by a new, copyrighted method : those learn
ing my method wtll'be furnished work by me by
which they can earn *s to -flti per week; Send for
•art let liars, il a. oRiPP, German artist, Ty
fone, Pa. iy2i
XT'ROE RE L INSTITUTE (CASA DE Rosas,
J? training school for kindergarten; also school
for hot s and girls ot all grades; opens September
*: :. Apply to MA DAM i: LOUIS C LAV ERIE.
S-7-ly
BO V NTII N NORM AL. Fl) R TE AC HERS
only, begins September 18tb; teachers aided
in getting positions; teachers, governesses and
tutors supplied. Room 525 stimson block. 8-SOtf
t URLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, 1918-1022 S.
f (<rand aye.; 11 board lug and day school j kin
dergarten in co; meet ion: carriage service. 31 Iss
PARSONS and Miss DEN N EN. principals, tf
1- OS A NCI ELKS TRAINING SCHOOL FOR
_J kindergartners. Full term September 18th.
MRS. N. D.MAYHEW, 07:1 \y. Twenty-third at.
B-atf
ETON sciiiiin, I 'or BOYS. NO, 186 W.PICO
s; Horace a. BROWN, 11. B,
HARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M.JONES urn;: \\ .
Seventh st. ti-ii
PATENTS. COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
PATENTS POU INVKNTIONs OBTAINED
lnal! countries; bought ninl sold, s j. DA\
A CO., jtutent attoriuys, room s.*», llryson hlk. tl
KNIOHT RBOH., PATENT SOLICITORS;
free booh on patents.. :m. stimson blk. !t-22-'i
STORAGE
DRY AMI CLEAN STOKAOE FOR HOUSE
hnld ffoorls, iiinnos. .milks, etc. city W'nre
house,H7s upper Nfain -t., '.'. T. s.MITH, Proprle
tor. Tel. Mt, If
machine^alvufactory
rfTON BERKKV MANI I'M II It INO I'll., •I'l'l
v 2;ui E. Second si., ntanufacturers of special
machinery, dies und models; only accurate work ;
snmranteed.
CHIROPODISTS
MISS J. P. ALKXA X I IK It, (111 KOPODIM I.
treats feel by o ,lew uml painless process;
elves salt glow, nuiss iifo itud eli-etrle treatments.
2l.>aud2ltf Wilson hlk., First and Spring sts. ■> 27
"■■kit, ZAfIIAI-DISKASES OP THE PEET
\J 253 M. Spring St. li Sit
nOUSE-MOVING.
A" F. BIJUPKR.
• 118 N. Broadway.
HELP WASTED-MALE
Rates for advertisements under this classifies.
tion—l time. 5 cents per line; I week, 80 cents per
line; 1 month. «l per line.
HUMMEL BROSV* CO.,
successors to
PETTY, Ht'MMKL « I'll ,
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS,
COO 302 W. Second st., In b.moment
California Rank Ride.
Tel. gov.
Office hours from 7 a. ra, to 7:1) p. m., e\eept
Sitnilav ..
MEN'S DEPARTMENT.
4 fruit ranch bunds, f 17.80. etc.; btackaralth's
( helper, experienced dry woods el, rk. 20 to 38 yeal s
old, "to to *|t per week; reataurant waiter, ooun.
try, «S,etc., per week
HOTEL DEPARTMENT.
I shin ironer aim tlnlsner, hand work, 880, etc.;
:nn round hotel cook, country; boy lor ptlvate
, place, «s. etc.
HOUSEHOLD DKPA ItTMKNT.
| House girl. Pico Heights, SIS, middle-aged pre
' font!; young uirl lor seoontl work, $lli, etc.; uirl vo
I nsalst, beaofi, «in. etc; house (rlrl, Howard Summit,
assist fin. en- ; house uirl. family of 2, plain
I washing, pn, etc , employer here Saturday; uirl to
, assist ami ear.'for children, £15, etc ; saleslady, ex
perienced in notions.
HOTEL DKPA HTM KNT■
Waitress, Paaadena, (ltd, etc.: chambermaid,
rooming house, ft",, ot,- ; 2 waitresses, country
hotel, 820, etc,; waitress, small hotel, country, fx
and fare; Colored Second uirl, 820, etc.
HUM M BL BROS. * CO.
, W ANTED- TEN BOYS tut TOUNG MEN
?? from each school or college in ihe eliy to
work ii portion of the nine for The Herald. Twen
ty-five contain oaab will be paid for each new
name, and every canvasser will have an opportu
nity towln one or more of the Hollowing prises i
one sioo first-olaes bicycle, a uold huntiiiir-case
watch, a six months* scholarship iv a business
college, double-barreled breech-loailliu; shots
$20 suit of doilies, |so overcoat, round trip to Ban
Diego or Catalina and return. Ruber of the lot-
I ter Includes a free dinner al Ihe Coronado Hotel j
i or Hotel de Avalon. Btt tf i
yrr anted — splendid opportunity ,
jit tor appointment for young men In railway ]
. mall service. Examinations soon tn every state.
! Particulars ahum all government positions free.
NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE,
Washington, i>. c. s-ls
TtTANTED— SALESMEN—SIoO TO sua PER
tf month and expensesi samplellne: position
permaueni, pleasant and desirable. Address, with
sunup, KINO MK'o CO., K. 73, Chicago. 7-88
"T»7" ANTED—YOUNG MAN WIT II SMALL
H capital wishing to learn the watchmaking
atu.l jewelry trade. Il IN. Spring St.. room 7. 2,1
"ITTA NTED—YOUR PATBONAGB. REI.I
TV able help fornlsbed protiiptl.v. RElD's
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 12U W. Firm st. tl'
"\Y r A.NTKU—A FEW MEN OF GOOD AD"
v, dress can find emnloyment by ayplytngat
room 2ue, Currlef block. Third st. 3-21 'J'J
WANTED- HELP ERKE-27 SITUATIONS,
S2OI, s. Broadway. K. NITTINOER.
■ -
JHELP W ANTED-FEMALE
\l r AXTKII- YOl N(i GIRL TO ASSIST IN
W housework. 318 W. Eleventh St, 20
SiTUATfONS WANTED—MALB
TtTAS rKU-PIIAHMAt'IST. PH. 0., WANTS
BttUfttton. S|i«'iiks French, Ct'rnmn and
Bnffltlh. ALldn-s-* SaMC'laytU 21
\¥7"ANTKD- POSITION BY PRACTICAL
*» brend and ciiko maker, Addreaa II. f box
so, Herald office. 28
"tTTANTBD— A COOK AMi DISHWASHER
h' want* work, city or country*. LC TOR, 431
Crocker si. *_*n
WANTED—TO RENT
■yk fA 5 T1; f> A Fl 'KM 8H KD RO( IM t Wl h h
W stuy six montllfl or a yt-ur 1? riiiltcil: warn to
hv on second Hnor in n brick bnildlng; room must be
gunny* l worn be in only nt niu'lu. mnl Iw Hi pay
?.i or i 6 a inuntii for ■itch a room to sleep in: pri
vate laniily preferred. Am a young man in ihe
offlce all day; ynod reference. Address D box hu,
Heralti. M
WANTED— REAL ESTATE
TTTANTED—A SMALL OR LARGS STRIP
*\ oi land) juust be very cheap and clear of
any inenmberance and close to Los Attgelevi this
does not mean that I urn a new-comer; I wanta
sunt 1 Irpm s<Miii' Olte that i"* tired Of 11: is place an<l
will sell cheap for cash. AddreM 8.. box 10, ller
ald offlce. SO
_ WANTED—PA R TNER _
\\T ,\ NTI; 11 1 1 A 11TN KR.il V I'R ACTK' AI,
\\ man having plant and contract for a paying
(nit -of-duor inisim-ss: Investigation invited hy
principals only; capital rcijuircil, iJIOW. Aililrcss
T., box 4U.
-- WORKING PARTNER IN
t» wood and coal ijuaincss. Apply TUOMPi
.SON, 045 llannim; st. 20
"rfrANTED—PARTNaiR FOR MA NT FACT
*\ husinosn, Well established. M, hox so.
"\\rAN"n:i)-i*ARTNi:n with §3.>; kvkx-
Tf work; pood pay. L., lOt 40, Herald.
WANTED -A I'KW GOOD SERVICEABLE
horses: will trade land. I have 16acres oi*
pnoil land in simi Luis dbispo county. Cal.; ll acre-;
under cultivation, and will give the right pany a
bargain. Apply at Southern California Creamery
C 0.,0135. Rrondway. tf'
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
"TtT ANTBD—TO BUY FURNITURE Oli
it household goods,etc sg] s. Broadway, -ti
W ANTE 1> SECOMMTAMi < iOtiliS; IIIi.IL
est c.ish pric* paid at ti 1 :! N. Main st. i-t
BUSINESS PERSONALS
I>ERsf)NA I.- JUfITLIKE FINDING MONEY.
That's what peoplesay who have tried a small
ad. iv The Herald. They don't cost much, hut, tlie
results art* simply rriarveloue, in this popular de
partment Tli" Herald has made a gain of mora
than tuo per cent in the past few months Big eh -
i ulatlon counts. The Herald has it. If yon want
to talk io half the people in Los Angeles and other
parts of Southern California, try a small ad. In
addition !•> ihe immense and rapidly Increasing
circulation ot The Herald, its Kales hy newsboys,
on trains, Bt hotels and summer resorts, make it
tiie advertising medium ot' the Paeilic coast.
Look OVdr llies-- small advertiseinen'.s today.
They will interest you aud may make ymi tome
money.
Tomorrow iry one. The results will be botli sur
prising and satisfying. (j-3tf
I>ERSONAir-l'UEyn ROASTED COFFEE—
Mocha and .lava, 88c; I.alston rerea! coffee
lAc; Ribs good tea. *i; 8 lbs rolled wheat, 26c;
lbs white beans. 26CJ t> lbs eastern buckwheat, 28o;
can cocoa, Ific! can corn beef, Me; can jelly. Be; 4
lbs peaches, 28c! *i lbs prunes, -sc; lv lbs raisins.
25c ; boxes sardines, 25C1 •! cans salmon. 2&o] 80-1 b
sack flour, 00c; 50 bars soap, ?i: pork, Sc; bacon,
lite: pur,- margarine, atic a roll. ECONOMIC
I STORE, -10OM. Jiroadwny,
IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL—RALPHS DROS._o.tLD BAB
Hour, t}1.08; city (lour, 00c, granulated Sugar,
lOlbS., >J1: browU sugar* - 1 lbs., 81J 8 lbs. rolled
wheat or Oata, 28c; sardines. 8 boxes, ; loma
toes, ! cans, 25c; ~ bars German family soap, 25c: 5
gullous oil. !r"»: gasoline, l>s; ■'. jiaiiiaKes morning
! meal. l!5C; lard. Hi th. can, r&e; l'_' Ihs. beans, U.V; a
lbs. rice, 25c. t>o;is. Spring St., cor. Sixth. o-2o
PERSONAL -WANTED POSITION BY ALL*
round i»aiier-han«er, kalaomlni r, plasterer and
j cttrpenter to look after property: best city refer
| ence j ll'years in last place. Address <A. D.,. !
j Nadeaa notal, pity.
IJERRONAL— B MORRIS PAYS THE HlGH
est price for yents' second-lianri clot hint;;
j send postal; will call, ni'j commercial st. «18
PERSONAL^
IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL - A SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS
. man o( '■'•s. desires the aot|nalntanoe of
a young lady about the same aye, one who is
honest aud true and no tritler. Object, main
J Btouy* M„ box 80, Herald offics, 'S2
I>ERSONAL -DO YOl' WISH TO MARRY*.'
We have refined ladles and gents of means;
Investigate: strlctl>' confidential; tetters must con
tain 10g stamp:-,. Room i, n-i.'. s. Broadway•
IJERSON AL NEW PROCESS — IRREGI"
larities. from whatever cause, cured without
medicine. Instruments or pain; sure cuie; !*1 treat
ment; home. HPMJrnnd aye. l-li-ti
1> B3 R S() NA I j—LADY 1 9 DES IRO CH OF
meeting gentleman of 10 to 80; object, pastime
and amusement. Address W., box !K>. Herald
office. -ji
1) I; l*.Sfi N A I T WAN T E D -Tl l E***A CQU A 1 NT-'
mice of some nice young lady • object, amuse
ment. Addreaa L» box 70, Herald omce, jo
PHYSICIANS
MRS. K. C. PENSE, M. 0.. HOMOEOPATH
. Electric bath. ft. One electric bftth free,
for ladies only. 7S4la s. spring st., Los Angeles,
Cal. Offlce hours 10 to 11 a. nt.. 3i04 p. in. 4-l.»
l DoitA KINO, GERMAN - ENGLISH
.M-J specialist: dlaeases of women; all Infegulaii-
UtHS restored; treatment conllderittal; cure guttr
atlteed* 548 S. Rromlway. G-H Hrt
PLUMBERS.
VVbANK A WEIXsIIASK," PLUMBER AND
r uulitter. 240 E. Second St. Tel. Ut.
LOS .ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1896.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Rates for niveau*,.men,s under ibis Classifies,
tion—l urn". scents per line; 1 week, 80oentl per
line: i month, ft par lin".
IjHtn SALE AT A BARGAIN I Hi: B l . PA I I. i
Restaurant ami Makm-v. 844-at* s. tsnrtng st i
We win sell ihis place hi less than half price. Onr ;
Nice la tilflO without stock, stock nl niarkci price. 1
We win no: give any special reason tor selling, but t
we will savihis much, our place will stand invest!
fatli n.aml unybhdy wurititival 'ssofthtsklnd
•raid ilo well to took ti,u op, ~ n i remember we
want 1., sell, unit if you want to tmv, lei us have :i
talk wm. you we w ill jive you all the Information
you want It. BCHKUBLK, Proprietor,
-•t GEO. PKTBRSfANN. Manager.
•pOIJ SAI.K-TO CO INTO ItrslNK-s Til Kit X
A la always a riak; you may make money and
may not. Are you satisfied with ito to per cent n ,
month on your money and nhsolutclv no risk? If I
so. uive me a cull. 11. A. NEWLYN, 2.> l Byrne
hld's ■ 20 |
TOOR BALE-PUEL AtTD PK6D BUSINESS
r to be sold cheap beoauae of broken health of
owner: old stand; low rent! living rooms; sales
average ts> total per day. sell whole <ir reserve
part ol fixtures. Address t).. lot 10, Herald nlllio
If Oil SA LX I P YOU WANT TO GET INTO I
. a tint class paylnii manufacturing business t I
will sell you an undivided halt interest; 300 per I
cent proiu; prioe, .sun. Only thoae meaning boat" i
ueat need apply at «70 Bttena Vista at. tt |
SALE—A BARGAIN TO THK MAN
a that means buslneaa: a ftrst-ciaaa meal mar
ket, the best in tn,. city,except uone, and ior sale j
by owner, no agent. Address v., bbs hu, lleruui I
office. _ tt j
V o ** SAU: I'KUO STORE, IN PROSPER- 1
.1 ous town, nhout miles oust of Los Angeles; '
good reasons (or selling. Pot further particulars
address L., box 8), Heruhl oOlce. US
j •
I a loentlon in city; price. A-joti; Invoice over
I ♦><•>: w ant offer. UAUONKV SiVKKS, 4565. !
I .Main st. 3b
| tjSOHSALK-BAKEKY WITH LARGE OVEN;
.L receipts*loj weekly; trie' allowed; extra
bargain. Apply BEN WHITE, Sill W, First st,
20
I wJ/{ "Xi | t OFFER PARLOR AND BAKERY, !
I ipUOl I well located; clean »M monthly
j i rottt. Apply BEN WHITE, al w. l int st. --'J I
(BOOK—MEAT MARKET; DOING BIG
o*r-«t> business; must be sold at once. Ap- i
ply to BEN wiiitk. 221 w. First st. 2fi I
TTIOR SAI.K CIIOK'K DKI.K.'At'Y STORK,
1. very oiii stand, most positive bargain, 8280,
1. H. BARNARD, lltJi S. Broadway. 20
TOOK BALE—A GENERAL MERCHANDISE
.1. store in count ry town, ureal bargain, SSutV.
L n. BARNARD, ii:', s. Broadway. to
IjlOß s.m.k .SPRING ST. RESTAURANT |
a very old. central, popular stand; stijn.
1. n. BARNARD, li;', s, Broadway. ?)
"DIOR SALE—STEAM DYKING AND CLEAN
-1 log works; a solvent, paying bualness: ■t'tw.
I. D. BARNARD, HT'j s. Broadway. 20
TjsllUlT, CIGARS AND CONFECTIONERY; !
.I doing good business; price, suo, MAHONEY
A MYERS,42O S. Main si. », I
If OP. SAI.K-01.1, ESTABLISHED PAYING
drug business on Matnst, ELLIOTT & BAR- I
NETT. mo s. Broadway. tf
ißtOnCi— LODGING HOUSE, 15 ROOMS, i
~~1 f 17 Broadway. BEN WHITE, 221 w. I
1 irsl st.
Ifdlt SALE-CITY NEWSPAPER ROUTES,
; Apply C. tl. SPRENO, Herald business office.
tf
Ft tit SALE—LODGING HOUSE ol' 13ROOMS;
nicely furnished. Apply 2292. K. Fourth si,
211
"A-WlllMl, COAL AND FEED V ARD.
?7f»M' BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 2i)
mO SELL OCT YOUK BKSIXKSS SEE I. I).
A BARNARD, nr', s. Broadway.
Subscription Price Reduced
On and after April Ist The Herald
will be delivered by carrier in Los J
Angeles and surrounding towns for— J
I 1! * M
50 Cents per rionth
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PIANOS
•pOli BALE-.
PIABOB AT AUCTION ■
ON FRIDAY, MARCH
At 427 s. Broadway,
(Broadway Hotel blk.)
Twenty upright and square pianos, user, any
slightly and of well -known and reliable manu
facture, will be sold al public auction
TO THE HIGHEST BIDDERS
ON TERMS TO SUIT.
The sale will commenoa promptly at- p. m.
Auctioneer,
TUOS. B. CLARK.
— X
TTIOII SALE-GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, "16J;
JT organ, a|s; piano lor rent, |S, 5Wi s. Broad-
Way, a 7 tf
171011 SALE-MUST SACRIFICE MY FINE
fiaaleton upright piano lor Sl7O. Call at 111 l
Boston st. 87 tl
KNAI'.E AMI YnsE ,(c SUNS PIANOS AT
birkei.s Parlora 18and 18, Plrtle blk, tf
TT-OB SAI.E <>lt EXGHANOE -HIGH QRADE
T hickory bicycle; nickel frame, good order;
will sell for cash or exchange for ilr-i-class micro
scope, ii. h. s., room 401, Currier hid*. .m
SI.AKSEN * 111. HAVE THE AUENCY
. for Belay Hlcycle-, IB* W. Ifrfth at. s-iti
ONE LADY'S A Nil ONE CENT S BICYCLE,
almost new, s. Broadway. -1
CARPET CLEANING _
SI BAM CARPET CLE ANINO, SRWINCi AND
laying. JOHN U. RICHARDS, ISO N. Spring
T«i. tit*. »-«tf
FOR EXCHANGE—MISCELLANEOUS
Under this heniling snbsi-rlhers to tho 'Heral 1
may Insert an advertisement Of 8J words or less,
lonr times, free or cost, provided the advertiser is
1 Mat a dealer in ihe article or goods ndvcri.*e.l.
' I7IOR EXCH A Mil'- ONE A LMO-T NEW
I r Bensmore typewriter lv goo t condition, hay«
t lug been need but very little* to iirliangn mt a
1 solitaire diamond ring; will accept or pay differ
| ence in value In gold; state also and fail pattten
i lars in regard to yonr diamond or no attentWa will
be paid tt> your answer Address N, box 411.
EXCHANGE A GRAND ENGLISH
V pointer dog, sight months old, just right age
for training, full pedigree, sure bench show win
ner at the coming Co*, Angeles d».r show ne\t
month, w> exchange for Itrst-claes kodak camera,
gold watch, hh ycle or affera. Call at 2i2 AIISO st. 2>
FIOH EXCHANGE A WHEELER .V WIL*
son sewing mat bine. No. fi improved, as go.>d
Jas new. never having been repaired, and useu
rery little; Will exchange tor a dressing bureau
and kitchen safe. What have yon ! Value, V- n -
Ad.ir «s 11. No. in Merchant at., city. 22
I "TpOB EXCHANGE -A HIGH GRADE. STEM
:.1 winding, full jeweled Waltham, nickel move
' ment, soli.l gold ease: will trade for v good bl
! . vcieor a buggy, Addresi box ■"»*. Herald 'if
lice. 20
! Tis 11 r EXCHANGE—ROOKS OF ALL KINGS
.1 and in all languages bought and sold. Your
J choice in 7001), ami Stavlonery 01' all descriptions,
1 GI.NSs, ||g s. Mum si., near Third st. ;l-2.»
InOR EXCHANGE—NEARLY N EW. 8-BURN
-1 r, new process gasoline stove; Davis sewing
i machine, and bedstead; want chairs and lounge,
jor incubator and brooders. Address V, Ho\ 80, 2i
17>OR EXCH A NGi: 11R SA I.E -II K-H GRADE
hickory bicycle, nickel frame, good order.
I Will sell for cash or exchange for lirst-elass micro
scope, ii. 11. s., room-kd currier building. 22
j TCTOR EXCHANGE or BALE—A FIRST
! I das*; geml" family fresh cow, for good horses
lor what hnveyou to offer? Address L., box 20,
J Herald omce. 28
1 1710 It EXCHANGE—EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
I for eastern manufactiirt*r. Will take city or
country property for part payment. Address s. c.,
I Herald ollice. tMf
InOR EXCHANGE COLLECTION OF 1,003
stamps, and album for machinists' tools or
j anything useful, valued at about
| 1 real sf. 2:.
Er-ioR EXCHANGE—GOOD LIGHT BUSINESS-
Owner leaving town. Yulue 81000. What
1 have you to offer? Address J. It., Herald cfiloe.
otr
FIOR EXCHANGE -RENT OF A FINE UP-
Hgbt piano for iji-ocrrles or butchers' account,
or bay and feed hill. 832 W. Sixth st. 2J
IJIOR EXCHANGE—A CYCLOPEDIA BRlT
nnniea, new and unopened, for a cuw or uther
article of value. Address K„ box 70. 21
IryOß EXCHANGE—A GOOD ORGAN, FOR a
1 fresh milch cow. GEO. II A R LAN,
21 *J2s s. Broadway.
j R EXCH ANGE - A (iOOI) (I ASOLIN E
I X stove and bed springs to trad© for good cook
j -stove. Address 643 Ban Pedro Bt. 21
I7SOR EXCHANGE-TWO (21 FIRST-CLASS
horses for a good delivery wagon. Inquire at
I .".2:; E. First st. 24
17V1R EXCHANGE—A GOOD PIANO FOR A
' good work horse. Addreaa 727 Mozart st. 27
FpRJiENJ^OUSES^
17IOH RENT—I HAVE A LARGE NUMBER
; of furnished a id unfurnished houses for rent
in all pirts of the city. If you wish to rent a
house, or Ii you have one for rent, call aud see
CREASINGER, 247 s. Broadway. 26
1710R RENT—CHEAPEST NEW 0-ROOM
house in the market; only S'lo; barn, sanitary
plumbing, sewerage, on 2 car linos. OWNER,
cor. Seventh and Beacon, close by. 22
I .IOR RENT—S-ROOM IDH'«E, 1236 VICTORIA
? st. ALLISON HARLOW, 1288. Broadway, tf
FOR RENT—A NEAT SIRE FEAT OF .» |
rooms and furniture for salc;rentfB,so month;
bnth and gas, one room. 22QH c. Seventh; call
afternoon. 20
ITtOR BENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN
town for mattings, linoleums and window
Shades, THE MATTING MART, 604 S. Broad.
way, 4-s
17* OR RENT—NICE FOUR-ROOM FLAT, 512
: per month. 688 Town ava., in Woifskti traot,
close In. 3-to-tf
FOR REST-ROOMS
I 7"OR REN ) -NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
centrally located, with bath and all conven
iences, with use ot piano and parlor, lis S. Olive
st.. upper Hut. 2S
171 OR RENT— ROOMS FURNISHED, SINGLE
or en suite; beds 25cents and upwards, Rl'ss
HOUSE, cor. Los Angeles and First sts. 4-ii
ITtOH RENT—IBB N. MAIN BT..THE DENVER;
nicely furnished rooms. ?l.>i) per week unit up
ward ; center of city ; 25c to 81 a day . IM4 tf
"IT"OR RENT -THE MARIPOSA, mFeTsEC
JC ond St.; furnished rooms. 11,23 per week up;
lodging, 250, 850 ami 530 per night. lu-i tf
17-0 R RENT THE MENLO; ELEGANTLY
; furnished rooms; baths free; prices low; 42)
Is. Main sl.,opp. postoQtoo. tf
17-or RENT— FURNISHED, TWO FRONT
rooms; also outside rooms, ?1 5J per week, 51!)
S. Spring st. 4-11
17-OR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FURNISHED
: rooms; |LBO to 82. NITTINOER'S, 4.M S. Hope
if
TjtOß RENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
Al for housekeeping, c2i>s. Broadway. 2-26tf
17-OR RENT—FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
. ou car line. 087 Wolisklll aye. 1 20-tf
17-OR RENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS. 410 S.
. Broadway. 23
litOß RENT—PART OF STORE, WITH FINE
show window, on Broadway; excellent loca
tion for Jeweler. Inquire at 500 S, Broadway, tf
FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS
17-OR RENT—LODGE Room" AT TUR'NFH
hall; every first nnd third Friday of each
month, inquire of Janitor, it-tf
MISCELLANEOUS^
, J7-OR SALE—GREAT BARGAIN —
Upright Chlekerlng Piano; line condition; 817-3.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MUSIC CO.,
218-218 W. Third St.
— it
I7IOR SALE JOHN 11. MY RICK, l.os AN
geles Machine works, 081-083 w. Mnlnst. Re
liable work ut lessonahte prices. For sale, 1 i.vii.
Bteara engine "11111 boiler, 1 6 H boiler, all good as
new. 20
17-OR SALE-NEW Wll ITE. NEW HOME
. Eldridge R and other makes, ut*2 ; >to 885, on
the no ugenl plan; 81 per week payments, WH [TE
SEWING .machine, office2BB s. Spring. 8-29
, "17-OR SALE- DON'T YOU WANT TO BUY OR
1.1 sell your orttco or store fixtures? You will be
wjse to call at headquarters of counters and shelv
ing. R, CLIFFORD, 008 S. Spring, 4-1S
T7*OR SALE FIRST CLASS DRIVING OCT-
X Ut; high grade new buggy, horse and harness;
will sell single or together. Apply o.'i* Wolfskin
avenue 21
-IT-OR SALE-ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK ELE-
X vator at a sacrifice. Inquire ut toe Herald
business oiiice. 12-if
1-lOR SALE —HIGH EST PRICE PAID FOR
household furniture at 621 s. Broadway. 20
POULTRY
I>OCLTR v w a NTED —RA NCHE RS WILL
do well to call at the Lou AhgoleS Poultry
yards east of the livor on Rio it., south, about ;;o.i.
Highest price paid iv cash. J. V. JOHNSON, pro
prletor 4-is
DETECTIVE AGENCIES.^
•nrjlEN in nSd o/» SHItKWU MAN
. T lv Iran, down a trail or Mi locate any indi
vidual, apply io the (lI.OBF. DKTF.UTT V X
AHKM.Y. i'aclrlc loaat olHee, 101,', S. Broad
way. »-l!l
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE I
Rate, for adTertfsejnents under this elassrilea
tion- 1 tlnie.eoenta per line; l week :i) cents per
line; 1 month, si per line.
t i W li I -MAXUKAOTI~HIN(I BUSINESS
fpkJ\J\J\J lov and building. BEN WHITE,
2.1 \V. First St. Ie
ST til - CHICA(K) roil CAM
t OXJ forniii property, BEN W HITE, £11
W. first si. '.ii |
stOR/sTk — EQUITY 14- ROOM I I.A I .
0 —»>VFIr rents 131. BEN WHITE, 221 w.
I- Irst si. jn
k*LjnA KdtTITY HOUSE AND I.' IT DOR
fpCjKJXJ lodging house, BEN WHITE, 221 w,
rlrSI st. Lfi
<•*•> tiMl ACRES, HIGHLY IMPROV
<?~-tt\t\l ctl, COlton. BEN WHITE. 221 W.
} First St. JO
TNOR*EXCHANGE SSOOO OAKLAND RESI
-17 done- for residence here. 1308 Downey live. '.'J
MEDIUMS
rpHK WORLD'S RENOWNED .Mi- MIX M AND
1 palmist, known throughout Europe nnd
America as syra. the mystta wonder, greatest liv
ing medium; if deceived hy fakirs would-be
mediums, syra will jive a tesl to prove her powers:
I tells lust what yon wont tn know; in facl advises
lin nil iroub.es. Room I, s - liroadway. JO-3J
I>ROF. W, W.TATUM, TRANCE, BUSINESS,
physlonl und Independent slate-writing mo-
I ilium, is HOW loeHied In l.os Angeles; rooms at
Irving bono', S. Hill st.; will hold physical
I circle Wednesday evening and trance test circle
KHday evening; will give private sittings dally,
Sundays excepted, from B,BQ n. m. to 5(80 p. m. B-28
MRS. WALK KB, CLAIRVOYANT AND
card medium, is meeting with wonderful
sueeoss. .she invites the most skeptical to prove
her pouor. All business affairs of life looked into,
for the advancement of your futnre. will organise
a developing class and (fives reading! dally from !_.
a. m. tolp, ni. %W4 s spdng st. * 9-17
Mils. MAN DEN A, TEACHER OF OCCULT
and metaphysical law; develops spiritual
and self-healing p twer; class nnd private instruc
tions! also clairvoyant card reader, palmist and
nstrologist. i oiisultation lre«>. Honrs, ya.m. to
Ip. m. uflice, 2IS s. Spring ft., room 7. 8-28
"\ I Hs. PARKER, PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT
.*» 1 and medium: life reading, business removals,
law suiis. mineral locations, !o\ c affairs, etp. Take
Third si. electric car to Vermont aye, nnd Vine si.
Second hOUSS ou Vine, west of Vermont aye. ti-3'J
MADAME DEAN—FORTUNE TELLING BY
cards; one ol the greatest in the world;
reads correctly past, present and future; all busi
ness transactions,lossos, lawsuits und all affairs
ol love, No. 80S E. Fifth st. 4-1.1
Miss LULU HOI,DEN, P3YCHOMETRIBT
and business medium. Sittings dally, ex
cept Sunday. Offlce hours—B:3o a. m, vo 4 p. m.
Circles Tue-dav and Saturdtiv eveniugs. Irving
House, 290 S. HIM st. 21
MRS. SAXFOBD JOHNSON, THE INDE
pendont s'.nte writer aud medium, gives
sittings dally at 829 8. Los Angeles st., and holds
circles on Thursrtav evening, at 8 p.m., of each
week. Admission 60c. 4-1.1
MRS. A. .1. OWEN, PSYCHIC ARTIST AND
Hue art medium, paints portraits of the so
called dead, (.'lasses lor psychic un development
now forming, Terms on application. Studio, ;Vi3
W. Second sf. I'll
Ajli-lON M. LYON, 221 BOTJTH OLIVE—
J.tl. clairvoyant, developing medium; evening
engagements by. appointment! medlumistlc per
sons can consult me hv mall concerning their de-
03
"I > E. (.. FP.AIM, PHYSICAL MEDIUM.
Hi Holds public circles ou Tuesday and
Thursday evenings; private sittings given dally,
7(i7 Merchant at., bet Seventh and Eighth sis.
4-12
ATAI'AM LV DI A, CARD READER—BEST
A>l card reader In the world: ladlesßOct gents
11: hours from s ». m. to 4 p. m. Room 21, San
Julian, cor. Fifth and San Julian sis. 5-22
MM E. NORMAND, HEALER AND LlFE
reading medium] develops medium power;
Belt-healing and howto become a medium nt your
own home. 22ti' a E. seventh si.
INSPIRATIVE LIFE AND CARD READING
medhim—Terms, genilenien. 82; ladles. *•!; San
Julian, cor. Fifth, san Julian, top floor, rooms 17
and is, »,22
IpRANCIB X. IRELAND—4BO S. HILL ST.;
sittings daily and by appointment ; answering
sealed letters a specialty; correspondence so
licited, on
MRS. ELSIE REYNOLDS WILL GIVE A
developing nnd dark s-nnce ill's Friday
evening; half price; can seat 20. 4-»3' a s. Spring
st. 2o
A | ME. ST A NI. EY, CELEB RATE D CARD
_*vx. reader; reads your entire past und future;
ladies or gentlemen oOc. Parlor 12, 322 s. spring.
4-1"
TF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT TO
X know your future consult Zingara, the gypsy,
ai 217 S. Hill st. Ollice hours 10 a in. Los p.m. 4-1
MRS. BARNETT-SITTINGS DAILY J CUt
cles Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 4.13 s.
Main st., opp. posioftlce. a>2l
VONES 11. PLEASANCE, TRANCE ME
diuui, is permanently located at tin s. Broad
way i:i-if
FOUND
-■ OST—ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON, A GEN-
I j tleman's black leather card case hearing the
initlals N. P. O. V. A., Chicago. It contained
smongother things two car tickets, one over the
Pasadena line and the other over the University,
Lost In the West ifind, near cor. Washington and
Est re! hi. Finder pleaso address J, box in, Herald
ollice. if
IjIOUND-CERTIFICATE OP TITLE TO CER*
tain 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, tall at Rustle Hustle Adv. Co., 244 8.
Broadway. 20
ITIOUND- MILES FROM TOWN ON
. West Pico st., two horses, one black, ihe
other sorrel; latter lame In right hind foot. Owner
address JOH N TROUETTE, Pico Heights. 21
1" OST—ON SPRING ST.. MONDAY MORN
JLj Ing, a lady's shori gold watoh chain. Finder
please send IO STANDARD, Santa Ana, and re
ceive reward. 22
DENTISTS
J>.\. DENIAL co., A J. STEVENS, MAN A.
prer, tpakes a specialty of crown and bridge
work and painless extracting. A good set of teeth
2285. spring. Telephone 118 J. tf
ADAMS BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS. Wtli
s. spring.-1.: painless extracting and tilling
plate, fQ t 98, •!-)' all work guaranteed; established
in years; hours, 8-5; Sundays, 10-12,
J7l R. CUNNINGHAM. DENTIST,REMOVED
. • to Stimson blk., cor. Third and spring.
Tel. -13.
171 RANK STEVENS, 8241*j S. SPRING ST.,
. open days and evenings; also Sundays; elec
tric light.
DR. KENNEDY. DENTIST, ?(is' ' t S. SPRING
st., rooms 2, fi and 7; painless extraction.
SPECIALISTS
I>ROFESBOR OWEN, " ii ETA 1» H YSII
Electro*magnetic treatment: electro-vacuum
treatment : manager of Miller's Magnetic Reme
dies Co. "»J3 W. Second st. 31
SW. RICHMOND, MAGNETIC PHYBI
• clan; BP yearn* experience! oflice, 104 Dow
ney block, 3iu N. Main st. Consuliailon tree. 3-28
DR. R. G. COLLINS, OPTIIA LMIC OPTIC IA N,
with tin. Los Angeles Optical Institute; eyes
examined free. 125 8. Spring st.
T> CPTCRE t'L'ItED WITHOUT DETENTION
V from business. DR. WIIITEHILL, 119 ,s.
j spring st. 4-18
BLACKSMITH
I3RANK \V. HOPPE, PRACTICAL lIOUSE
-1 shoer. Telephone 13»;i. Carriagi*. roj d and
track homes Shod in the best and neatest style;
only skilled workmen employed; corns, quarter
crocks, contracted, weak or diseased feet of any
kind successfully treated without extra charge;
cases of interfering, kuee-knockiu/, etc., receive
per.-onul attention] horses called for nnd dcliv
i end. All woik guni-auU'Cd. 4iiu Wolfskill aye.,
Los Angeles, Cul. 4-10
JiESTMJiANTJI^^
TITHE NEATEST LITTLE DINING ROOM
X in tho city is the Hotel clarendon, 4us 8. Hill
St., Albert Steven?, prop.; home cooking; prices
reasonable; 21 nieafs, jj-4; breakfast from 6:80 to
8:80; lunch. 12 to 2 p.m.; dinner, 0:30 to 7l3Qf
everything now. 4-4
I^yESTORS
KEAL ESTATE, LOANS, STOCKS, BONDS,
mortgages, Mies examined.
L. it. pat t Y. Inveaiment Broker, 121' a' S. Broad
way, room 2, Los Angeles. Cul. 21
ImusJcal~instrvments
IjTIQR BALE—SOME (JOOII BABOAINS IN
s--cond hand organs; good ipnkes. KOULEU
Jt CHAggi 881. spring st. tf
ASSAYER ANO CHEMIST
rTtHK 81-MKTALLIC ASSAY ol'i'K E AND
1 rhenileul I.iilioriittiry, 121 s. iluhi si. it. A.
PEBEjS, E. .M„ Mun.iaer. 4-10
ATTORNEVS-AT-LAW
BROUSSEAU A MONTCeOMERY,
AI torneys-at Law,
,01 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. 4-»
FINANCIAL
Rales Tor advertisements under this classifica
tion I time. *i cents per Rue; i week 30 cents per
line; I month, vl per line.
iSaCIF CO, Lo ANs 1N aN V
1 amount ou all kinds of collateral security,
diamonds, jewelry nod seal skins, also on pianos,
furniture and household goods in private, lodging
ami boarding houses or holds without removal.
Partial payments received. Money nulckj business
ronftdentlal; private office for ladies, w. E. BE
i. IR mli , manager, rooms 2 and 4, 114 s. Spring si,
It NION LOAN CO -
Stimson Block.
Loans money ou all kind-* of eollnteral security:
watches, diamonds, seal skins and furniture ii:
lodging and boarding houses and on pianos without
removal: aiso on bonds, storks, mortgages; low In
terest : money at twice; business confidential: pri
vate ofHco for ladles; room 111. CLARK X
SH AW, manager room l * ill and 112 floor;
stimson block. If
r|*GIE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN so
X elctyol sau Pranclaco will make loans on Im
proved city and country property.
On loans offdoooand under, certificates
.if title from ihe Title Insurance and
Trust To. will bs ace- pted, making the
expenses on such loans very small.
Building loans a specialty. Apply lo
B.C. Ll NT, Agent. 227 W, Second.
o-iitf
j Q QQQ 120,030, C-30,000 TO LOAN A'l
5" lo (> per cent vet on business propery, boon
dary limits l-'irst to Seventh sts,, Main to Rroud
way inclusive.
REAL ESTATE EXt'H AN< <E. 221 S Brealwny
TR. OOHN-
Jm The Los Angeles Pawnbroker, 148 X. Main
st , loans money on diamonds, watches, Jewelry,
firearms, pianos, litirartes anil all other collateral
securities; also sells unredeemed pledges for
money loaned and one month's interest added;
make no mistake, It Is the reliable L. B. corn,
ihe Los Angeles pawnbroker, B*ia
MONEY TO LOAN. LONG OR SiHORT TIM X
ou furniture. jiiant»s, diamonds, watches
jewelry, live stock, carnages, real estate, etc.
private ollice: husiiie-.s confidential, for ladles tn
gentlemen, CHARLES C. LAMB, 220 s. Sprint
st., stoweii block, rooms 08and 87. 4-8
"\| ONKY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT*
**I in: diamonds, watches, Jowelrv, pianos
safes, lodging-houses, lintels and private
household furniture 1 low interest: money quick
private office for holies. G. M. JONES, rooms l
and i"). 212 1 - s. Broadway, adjoining city hull. 4-it
I>OIN DEXTER A* WADSWORTH BROKERS
Sfti W. Second st.. buy and sell stocks, mort
gages, bonds and any good securities; if you wisi
to lend or borrow or in vest In real estate call 01
ns; collections made and property managed toi
non-residents. B€tf
MONEY Tn LOAN CITY OR COUNTRY
propeity. 10 s net; personal not s or se
curttyi mortgages bought and ssld. if you hav<
mOney to loan or wish l" borrow iinv amount call
on JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 320 W. First. tf
"VTATJONAL loan AND INVESTMENT CO
loans money on al! kinds of col lateral secu
rity; money quickly: business strictly confldcn
tlal. Roomsosand 90, Bryson block, fifth floor.
JOHN MITCHELL Jones, manager. 7-3-iyr
rpO LOAN-MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
X. reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. BOSBY
SHELL, i"7s. Brpadway, KM3tf
"VirE HAVE TOO MUCH MONEY, SO WI
Tf cut ihe rates ami charge less interest thai
any other company or loan office in the city oil
good collaterals. See us if you want lo savt
money, V2O Byrne bldg. 20
ADA R RE LOU MONEY TO LOA N. IN LARGI
or small amounts, on long or short ; i me, on
real estate, lodging bouses, diamonds, pianos ami
ill other collaterals. S. P. CREASINGER. 247 8.
Broadway. 20
MONEY TO LOAN—FROM «."iOO TO «3,>,00f> TO
loan i n sums to suit. No delays. Continen
tal Building nnd Loan Association, 2)7 s. Broad
way. VICTOR WANKOWSKI, agent. D.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
nages, bicycles,all klndsof personal and collateral
jecurlty. LEE BROS , 402 s, Spring st. 821
'110 LOA N—830,0 o IN ON E A MOU NT OR
_E_ smaller sums; Interest ii per cent net; good
ity security desired. WICKS dE MACDONALD,
ittorneys, 110 Court st., Los A 3-,"»tr
LOANS AND DISOOCNTS-WM. <;. TA L
OOtt, 815 Bradbury block. Thirty and 60-day
OansOn bonds, collaterals, negotlatile securities;
ratOS reasonabhf. 4-10 cod
'810 LOAN -UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
A. small loans; no commission; light expense,
SECURITY EUAN AND TRUST CO., 223 S.
Spring st.
SMALL MORTGAGES A SPECIALTY-CAN
he paid oil on the installment plan or your own
llan. R. A. NEWLYN, 231 Byrne bulldhig. tf
MONEY LOANED IN ORE AT OR SM ALL
amounts on furniture. Room 72 Bryson
duck. 2ii
'810 LOAN—IIOOO TO 610,0030N REAL ESTATE
X aecurttv. ALLISON BARLOW,I2B9. Broad*
vay. o-Ttl
J>-*T UP LOANED ON ANYTHING. ROOM I,
*7f> 820)j s. Main, afternoons. 22
WANTEO-TO JiORROW
\\pANTED' MONEY; CAN loan LARGE
n or small amounts on good rent estate se
lurlty, at ll per rent, payable quarterly. Call in
he afternoon. JOHN PLOURNOY, real estate
tnd financial Bgent, 1 \ : > Broadway. tf
\TrANTED-8700ON BEST CITY PROPERTY,
ft Call early. Room 23, Law Bldg, 126 Temple
tt.
MASSAOE AND ELECTRICITY
UH k{• MA i' ISM ISP AI N IN THE M t." SOL EB.
Rheumatism Is also kidney trouble, it is a
tolson in the blood. Take a vapor electric bath;
l help:* the kidneys in I heir work of pu hiving.
MRs. DR MAYER, The Wiley, rooms3l andB2,
1178- Broadway. i-2
r |lH ERE IS COM Uo RT IN THEKNO W L EI >( i E
.1. that'many forms of sickness are not due 10
ictual disease but simply to a derangement of the
tystem; nn occasional electric treatment with
massage will benefit you. MRS, DR. MAYER,
'oorns 31-32, The Wiley 4-2
IjIDITH ANWAY. FORMERLY OJ? BOSTON
J gives genuine alcohol rubbings thai are heal I h.
nil and refreshing; 110 ovals. 223 S .Main St.,
room 3. £-15
"\,f ASSAG E AND A I.< 'A »3IOL B ATUS-201
JjX Winston st., ujistoirs, one block east ofpost
otiice, between Fourth and Fifth sis. 0-6
MISS REV I ItVING, ARTIST; PHOTO-TINT-
Ing and mounting; new Btyle, 120 N. Main
nt., rooms 2 und 5, 4-9
MAGNETIC TREATMENT GIVEN BY A
competent lady, i2ii 1 J E. Seventh, room 4. 2f
IrsEBSOXAL-JULTA MANSFIELD, MANl
curtng parlor, 120 N. Main st., room s. au
MISS MA V STONE GIVES A LCOHOL
baths. 202 N. Main St., room 17. 5-22
SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL
baths. 127 E. Third st.. parlor 11. 6-16
\ r OUNG*LADY GIVES ORIENTAL BATHS
Parlor 2, 127 c. Third. 4-14
■\TOUNG LADY GIVES ORIENTAL BATHS,
X 120 N. Main st,, room 16. 3U
f OLA LIVINGSTON, 138' i N. SPRING ST.,
XrJ room 2; massage. 3-17
Miss MAY RUSSELL—THE NEW HELL
man, room 7. 4-i>
EXCURSIONS
ONCE A WEEK PERSONALLY CONDUCT*
ed excursions to Chicago, St Paul. Minneapo
lis and all eastern points, leave.Los Angeles every
Thursday via southern Pacific, Union Pacific
"World's Pictorial Line," and Chicago and North
western railway, crossing the sierra Nevudus and
pRSSIng all points of seeniu interest hy daylight.
Upholstered tourist cars of latest Pullman pattern,
lighted by gas, and run through without change.
competent conductors accompany each patty.
b'nstost time. Lowest rates. For tickets and
berth reservations, apply to J. H, PEARMAN,
Manager, a. I-'. Herr, T. P. A„ 223 8. Spring St..
Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Pacific
Company. v 3-0
JCDSON PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Ex
cursions over true Southern route to Chicago,
v ia St. Louis, leave Los Angeles every Wednesday
at 2:30 p. m. Through cars, through managers,
comfort, economy and enjoyable route. Apply to
J UDSON *k CO, 212 S. Soring st .. Los Angeles.
I»HILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
excursions via the Rio Grande aud Uock Isl
and mute, leave Los Angeles every Tnestmy, cross
the Sierra Nevudas and pass 'the entire Rin
Grande scenery by daylight; also via Southern
route every Monday. Ollice, 188 S. Spring sL
BURLINGTON ROUTE—PERSONALLY CON
ducted excursions to the east every Wednes
day over the scenic line til the world; upholstered
tourist cars without change. T. 11. DUZAN
agent,223 s. spring st., Los Angeles, Cal.
TTIAHK YOUH J3YEB. BTJTC A 1* AI It (H
JIU RniOketl Kinsses; usHortnu-nt complete am
price. Invvo- Hutu lust ycttr ut W. J. UlfiTZ'S, jf'W
elt-r, 8M s. Broadway. 1-15-7
rsBI) STEIN
way ptWM. Atlnross X., box 103, Her
Md olllci.. tl
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
Rates for advertisements tinder Mils Classtfica.
tion—l, t ituo,.»routs per Una; i week, SI cents pi r
Hon; i month, ?t per line,
Houses and Lots
R EASING I H\s COLU M \ -
WANTED TO PURCHASE.
T have a cash customer for a guot lot in tho
southwest pun of the city. In answering give
exact location.
CREASINGER. 2-i7 s. Broadway.
\ COUNTRY PROPERTY FOR SALE,
80 seres or alfalfa and lo acres of deciduous
fruity. wuh a good house mul barn on ranch: water
right goes with place: located 12 miles Ironi L»s
Angeles und near two stations, one on the South
| cm Pacific railroad and the other ou the Santa l**e
I railroad, price, fsooo.
CREASINGER, 247 s. Broadway.
j 40 RCreS, sei to 180 i upi ie,<!. 1800 peach, 808 w hit r
! apple, :'■.">' French prune, 800 plum and 300 pe< .■
trees; :i I room house anil hum on I lie place ;
also an iihundtince of water and 8 corses, wagon
gnd lo >;s gu With the place. Price, fSO «'; or unl
exchnng tor income property■
CREASINGEn, 247 8. Broadwsv.
If) acres, to lemon trees | years old and hi a goo 1
bearing condition; complete WHter system nnd
water piped r'giit to the place; trees areherring
very heavy tins year. Price, fWM] tcrirs, attUVHI
down and balance to suit buyer. Only 12 mil m
from Eos Angeles' und - miles from Alhambra;
tins ti a bargain.
CREASINGER, 24f s. Broad wu y .
10 acres of good alfalfa lami In Orange rouuty,
and only 25i miles from i>range; nt share* nf water
goes with the place, and there is an abundance of
water. Price, ilooj, This is a good buy* Would
exchange for oity property.
i it EASINoKR, 247 8. Broadway.
FOR S.\L):- HOUSES ANXI LOTS.
For sat. -A bargain; a <t room house, newly
papered aud with all modern Improvements! lot
UOXT.U price, fis'in cash, or win take one-nt-H
cash. Located ou Twenty llrst st., wi st of Main.
CREASINGER, 247 8 HroudWay.
l-'or sate -On the Installment plan; a Broom
house, with closets and b.Hli nndsttbleon rear of
h<t;!i>t 00x120; located in the southwest pun of
the city. Price. 63000; terms, 8351) down. f!> per
month. CREAS I ngi-;r. 'MJ s. Broadway.
Por Bate—A 6*rooin house.almost new. with ail
modern inij rovemeill * end barn on lot; lot 69311 -"•
I'rice, mioo; terms, 11880 down* balance on t m 1
Located In the soufiiwe-i part of the city, tall
ami see CREASING EH, 21," s. Broadway
Por Sa!i- -A very mcc home; a new 8-* room
house, hard finish, with screen (wren, pantry,
closets and bath : Rood woodshed on lot; goon gram
iv parlor) lot 80x1484 Price, for cash. (286)] uu
t Imo. 82801, (301 down, balmier (90 per moiith. Neat
Traction and pica Heights car lines.
s. p. * 'Rkasi NoKit 247 8, Broadway.
LODGING liol'sES FOR BALE,
2.1 moms, sprite; st $1800
10 rooms, Clay at; close in 3i»
in rooms, Hill st 424
21 rooms Bprli >' ■ 1800
Pi rooms, Hill ; very desirable 1800
18 rooms, Hill st tl7.*»
11 rooms, Temple si irjno
20 rooms, Temple st ItlfJ
8 roomk« Broadway; dose In 4111
2.1 roon s Mill st ' IKott
l.i looms. Hill st 470
41 rooms, Third st inn 1
20 rooms, second .-,t inoj
in rooms, second ?\ r» >v
tfl rooms 8, Main s: 1000
A nil many ol hers ot all sizes in all desirable lo -
cations in the city. If you desire to purchase a
lodging house and hay c net enough money I will
get il for you It will pay you to rail una see thfj
bargains I have bol,.ir roil purchase.
20 S. P. CREASINGER, 247 S, liroadway.
jpoit BALE—AT FORCED PRICES—
The owners of the follow lug properties imv • told
Hie to sell They are goliu to leave Los Angeles.
Choi, c residence, mil at., nei r Ninth st.
Iteainii'ul cottage on star >!.
Grocery bus nisi and torrer lot; good 2-story
building] oneiectrlcline southwest.
Two acres, small house; ilrat'Clnss f.>r chicken
ranch: on car line, weft
Two beautiful lets, southwes'.
FRANK RECORDS,
15- 17-1S 10-2V22 8808. Broudwaj'.
IflOR SALE }K>} SX AP IF TAKEN AT
1 Ottce. Nice modern 1 room linos > and lot on
Fifteenth it., neur San Pedro. Tins is a bargain.
The house rents for $12 per mouth, only about 1
per cent on tho money. .1. EUAN E Ho WEN
800 W. Second st. 22
IJIOR SALE—THOSE ELEGANT NEW 1
-1 room cottages with bath and closets at Ninth
aud Central sve; (15 monthly. Will double in
value in one year. It. I). LIST,
4-13 HUBS' W. Second.
1710H SALE HAVE Vol PROPERTY TO
. sell or rent? if you want quick ret'irns see
me. Don't bring any deud pieces or ask foncv
prices. I seii and advertise everything that r
handle. It A. NEWLYN, 281 Byrne building, tf
171 t>lt SALE - FI'HNISIIED. LAURENCE
house, ocean aye., Sunta Monica; 21 rooms;
j thoroughly overhauled and improved; take Los
1 Angeles properly as part payment. Apply on
J premises. B-26
IJIOR SALE—B4OOO- AN ELEGANT 7-ROOM
house with every convenience, lust completed,
southwest, neur Bt. .lames Pari;, easy terms.
ELLIOT & BARNETT, 380 S. Itroadway. if
I/O It SALE—A GOOD 10-ROOM HOUSE,
1 with ail Improvements, on Hill st., nenr car
line; very desirable! lot 60x180 to alley; price,
«?7ol«». CREASINGER, ni7 s. Broadway.
1.1 OK SALE--A NICE 10-ROOM HOUSE,
. with mi modern improvements, on Pearl sc.;
Jot 80x180 to alley; price, 17600; location line.
CREASINGER, 217 8. Broadway. 20
I:« OR SALE -•«!."» MONTHLY BEYS A BEAU
; tlful now 4-room cotvtage. Ninth and Central
avenue. R. D. LIST, 1231 a V,'. Second. 3-28
T\o NOT PAY RENT, BI T BUY A HOUSE
1 9 0:1 the Installment plan from ALLISON RAR
low, 123 s. Broadway, 12-18 tf
1.1 OR SALE -LA ROT. i;-ROOM HOUSE AND 4
j lots, cor. Seventh and Boyle aye, Apply on
place for particulars. 2H
IjlOR SALE -A NICE 6-ROOM, HARD-FIN*
Ished house; lot 88x148; trees and shrubbery.
Apply 301 Bast Pico. if
Business Property
"POR SALE—
BROADWAY LOT,
Wo have a choice piece of property on this
line street, centrally located, now hi the
heart of the business renter. Wo are offer
ing this property ai such a low price that will
make the lucky buyer a handsome profit
Within a short lime.
CLARK & BRYAN. 127 W. Third St. 7tf
City Lots
■pOU SALE—INSTALLMENTS—
—p-8200 flown, balance monthly.
T have suae extra choice lots aud at bargain
prices.
More especially wish to call attention to lots tn
Urmstoti and Bancroft tracts.
Also seventeenth st., near Union aye.! graded*,
curbed and sewered.
Choice corner near Seventh st.; cars to West
lake.
Will build to suit and sell for small payment
down, balance monthly.
FRANK RECORDS,
16- 17-18*10 20-22 880 s. Broadway.
BALE
JUST THINK OF IT!
Tbe Alexandre Weill traci, offer* oholoa building
lots on Eighth, Ninth tin I Twelfth streets, near
Central avenue car line. 25x120 to alley, at
|800, 832"i and *BW, on small cash pay
ment and monthly Installments of only
Sin, No Interest, charged on deferred payments.
Only one hundred fits left of the original four
hundred, and when they have been disposed of
such a chance to get a home within walking dis
tance at low prices and mum easy verms may nev
er offer again. Title absolutely perfect. An un
limited certificate of I ttie or a policy of Insurance
of the Title Insuranoe and Trust Co. Issued with
every agreement of sale, l-'or maps, price list an I
all particulars address
RICH \!ir> ALTSCnCL,
7-e o dtf ISaja" W. second st., Burdick blk.
TIOll HALE —A i ■ BEAT SACRIFICE-MUST
_T go at -j Us value, that beautiful lot two blocks
west of Second and Spring sts., suitable for high
grade Hats or residence. Price only MOOO. See
GILBERT, room 210, S. E. cor. c| Second ami
Broadway, or address P. O. box 248, Oity* 320 tf
FOR SALE - SPECIAL BAH G AIN —*27uO—
Three lots 280 ft. west trom PigUerOO St., .near
Washington. Must be sold Ht once. JOHN L.
PAVKOVICH, .sole ag :ut, 220 W. First. 20
I.IOR SALE-$1139; LOT 80x1*5, TWENTY
-1 NINTH St. near Main; street graded and sew
ered. GOWEN, EBERLE ACO..U3S. Broadway. 18
FOR SALE—TO LIST YOUR PROPERTY
for sab .or rent you property already listed.
L. R. patty, i2Ua, s. Broadway. -1
AND LOT. WOLUSKILL
i> 4 i>U tract. DEN W HITE, 221 \V. Eirsi
St. *0
HANOVER ST.! BAR
SJ.UUU gain. BEN WHITE, 221 W. l-'irst
st. 20
JiTT--'i-k-4-KOOM, LARGE LOT. BIG B A lI
tJhUOU gain. BEN WHITE, 221 W. FltSt Bt,
(to Cm irrt—LARGE LOP, SOUTH SIDE TRACT*
9«Mt3U BEN WHITE, 221 W. l-'irst st. 20
FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. HA>
SETT 4 SMITH. Pomona, Cal. 6-20 tf

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