OMy BsMiaa Agnnriw
Its order to accommodate the,pi«illc Tb.lHe.al4
aas estsbllcbed branch agencies, whore ooj.da. off '
lbs pally and •undafwltl boon mmt» and advw
ttxliw sod subscriptions taken .and foroVMed us
ssdlß office as soon as reuetveil-
Taeae branch agencies do not loeludo tbo fesus.
tred. at boos stores aauf news standi In aH parte
•One esty where The Herald lo also) for 4>ls.
X. DONNELL, Newsdealer,'2tO»lKa»t Hat ]
EAST IjOS ANGEIIEB
MRS. B. C. TH ACKER, Nswildealsr, Ut
North Daly street. 1
■AN FERNANDO STREET
M'KINNIE'S PHARMACY, 11M 808 VHW \
nando street. >
DONALD A. ROSS, Newsdealer, 2100 W«faV
H. L. PARK, Drugs, Stationery, MB. 1
lOI'TH CENTRALi AVENCE
CHICAGO PHARMACY, corner Ceatras (
avonue and Twelfth street. ]
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, EPISCOPAL, OLIVE *
st. npp. the park. Open every day In the year. ?
DaUv service at 10 a. m. The clergy will respond J
to ell calls for the offices of the church for Strang- 1
ers or visitors, without respect to creed; burials. «
marriages, haptisms or visitations of the sick, tse -
of -the ebnrrh cheerfully given free for funeral
services. Tel. 143 red. g
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SPECIAL NOTICES :
V"a FI ESTA^DEt'ORATIOXS—
lam ready to submit and execute plans for all j
kinds of La Fiesta decorations. Estimates
fui'rished for decorating any building or store
rront *n thecltv
No two deigns will be alike, and I respectfully
pollcit vonr dci.'orating patromure. Will color In
candescent or c;'S in Fiesta shades and <
have secured from the executive committee of La -
Fiesta the exclusive right to place Japanese lant- "
crn decorat ouson anil aloiiK the following streets:
Main street, from Pl»?.m to sixtl:. Spring, from 1
Temple 10 sixth: Broadway, frj.n First tt) Sixth,
and Vh-M. Mer*onil. i tilrd. Fourth Fifth and Sixth
streets, from Mr 1 m to Broadway, lanterns to he
placed even-four i'eet For information as
to nrtoe and for estimates, call on or address ED.
B. WEBSTER of the RUSTLE HCTSTLE AD
YERTIBING Co.. 241 S. Broadway.
BUSINESS NEWSPAPER- THE DAILY ,
Journal: a business newspaper, iinbllshing all
thecountv official records, roal estate transfers,
mortgages and liens, building news.contract work,
financial news, and all news relatlnn to the re
sources and development nf Southern California •
and the great territory oi" tbe southwest. One dol
lar per month, <>r In advance $10 per year. 227 W.
First at., Los Angeles,Cal. t-1 tf
XTOTICE- -THE LOS A XO l .LESCITY WATER
Co. will strict ly enforce tne lollowing rules:
ThehouTsforsprlnkilngare between the hours of
b and Soclock a 111. and 0 and soclock p.m. For a
violsvtlon td'the above re(tulations the water will be ,
shut off ami a line of ?2 will be charged before the
water will b*- turned tin agaiu. 4-20
ATTENTION, MINERS -THE PLACER KING
—Combination dryer and gold separator; the
mly machine In existence thai will separate all
the" gold from wet or dry sand, dirt ami gravel. 1
without the aid of water or quicksilver. Office
;:.v> X Broadway, Los .Vngeles, Cal. Machine at
121 Maple aye. 4-2
ASEPTOLIX-DR. CYRUS EDSON'S AL- '
teged cure for consumption seems to be
f. roving itself a t uceess; cases treated at cost of
he remedies used lor one month- By
DR. PILkINGTON, I he Wlnthrop,
£0 230 s. Spriag st.
MRS. BELL HYATT. ARTIST-PUPIL OF
Bon nut. 1 "aris; me m ber Art ist s' League,
efNew \ ork; diploma for portraiture, Mechan
ics' Pavilioa, San Francisco, ISSS. Specialties,
portraits, life figures, animals. Lessons given.
W3W . Second st. 31
MESMIN'S FEM ALE PILLS AS AISPECIVIC
monthly medicine lor immediate relief for
painful and trremilar menses—from -whatever
♦aow. For sale by GEO. H. FREEMAN A CO.,
southeast- cor. Second and Broadway. Price #2 a
CIKNTLEMENS' MENDING BUREAU, 53
IT -Plnto- blk.. cor. Fourth and Broadway.
eteadlriK, cleaning and Hgttt repairing; buttons
Inmialied; buttonholes made. All t>rders neatly
and promptly attended to. Charges reasonable. 4-13
PASTURE WE HAVE GOOD ALFALFA
pasture for horses. 1 mile from University
station ; want '.'"> head of horses to pasture. RUN
ELS «V BLA I s DELL, U7*i S. Broadway. 6
ttHIN A AND glassware REPAIRED,
riveted or cemented ; a specialty of repairing
faiin. Y. T. RBUTEH, 117 \\ . Sixth. 3-27-tW
fJHIE SUPREME LODGE OF THE FRA-
X ternal Brotherhood, rooms ll~> and 2ti, Pirtle
blk. A Hrst-ciass orjranizer wanted. 4-21
> ■ 1 1.. 1 ■ - ■- i
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY
rriH ERE IS COM FORT IN I' HE X XOWLE Dt t E
1. that many tonus of sickness are not duet*)
a tuaJ disease but simply t" a derancement of the
Svatem; an occasional electric treatment with
massage- will bene tit you. M Its. dr. MAYER,
rooms :i!-32, l lie Wiley 4-2
TO Dl'l'H AKWAY, FORMERLY OF BOSTON
.■.J gives genuine alcohol rubb:ug>; that are health
lui and rei'resliing; no rivals. 223 S. Main st.,
loom 3. £-15
MASSAGE AND ALCOHOL BATHS—2OH
. W'nston st.. upstairs, one block east ofposi
othc.e, between Koortb and Fifth sts. 0-0
BEY IRVING,ARTISTi PHOTO-TlNT
ing anil mounting; new style. 120 N. Main
St., rooms 2 and '». 4-0
I SR ANK IE MASON, from CHICAGO, GIVES
alcohol baths. 142' .N. Main St., r«ioms 1-12.
MAGNETIC TREATMENT GIVEN BY A
competent lady, :2u : : E. Seventh, room 4. 4-2
"DEHSOXAL-JULIA MANSFIELD, MAM.
J. f-cring jiarlor. 120 X. Maiu st.. room s. 30
MISS MA V STONE GIV ES ALCOHOL
baths. 90S N. Main st.. ro.im 17. 5-22
gfOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL
n baths. 127 E. Third st., parlor 11. 5-15
VI iss lola PRESTON — MASSAGE, 2KH
1 E. FlMt st.. moms 2 and 3. 2*
V Ol LADY GIVES ORIENTAL BATHS.
I 120 N. Main si., room 10. 30
4 LMA WORTH, PACIFIC HOUSE, NO. 801
JLV New llish -t., massage. 4-0
Miss MAY RUSSELL—TBE NEW HELL-!
man, room 7. 4-ti
ONCE A WEEK PERSONALLY OONDI'CT
ed exenrsions 10 Chlcafb, -Ht. Paul, .Minneapo
lis and all eastern points, leave Los Angeles every
Thursday via Southern Pacltlr. Union Pacific
"World's Pictorial Line," and t'hica«nand North
western railway, rros-utiff the Sierra Bevadas and
nassinir all points ot sc-enic Interest by davliiiht.
\ paoletered tourist cars of latest Pullman p'alievn,
littbteil by Ras. and inn through without change,
t'onipetent conductors areonipanv each parte.
Fastest lime. Lowest rates. For tickets and
berlh reservations, apply to .1. 11. PEAR.MAN",
Manager, il. F. Herr. T. P. A., 2il H. Spring St..
Los Angeles, or lo any agent Southern Pacillc
JCDSON PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Ex
cursions over true Southern root* to Chicaeo.
via St. Louis, leave Los Anyeles ever>-
at p.m. Through ears, through managers,
ronport, economy and erijovabie, route. Apply to
JI.DSON di CO, ill's. Spring St., Los Angeles.
TpIIII.LIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
A excursions via the Itlo Orande and Rock Isl
and route, leave, l.os Anseles every Tuesduv. cross
the sierra Nevada* and pass the entire Kin
l.rande scenery by daylight; also via Southern
roup, every Monday. OlHre, 131 s. Spring aL
BCKLINGTON 1101 TE—PERSON ALLY CON
durled excursions to the east every Wednes
day over Ihe scenic line ol ihe world ; upholstered
lourtst cars without change. T. 11. DC/.AN,
agent, -222 S. Spring si., Los Angeles, Cal.
_ _ PHYSICIANS
M M S-, Sii V" I'l'-NSE, K. D..
Electric bath. fl. one electric bath free,
5»5 on 'y- >*■ «Prlng si.. Los Angeles
«-aL Office hours 10 to 11 a. m.,8v0,p. ni. 4-15
-|*R. DOKA KINO. HERMAN - ENOI.ISH
&-* specialist; diseases of women; all Irregulari
ties restored: treatment conlldentlal; cure guar
antjSed. MSS. Broadway. ».«.«l
% M-H. Broadway.
Rates for advert isomeiirs under this classifica
tion—! time. 5 cents per line; l week, 30 cents per
ltn#»; 1 month, $1 per lino.
HUM MEL CO.,
POTTY, HUMMEL A- CO..
KM PLOY M BNT AGENTS,
"00-302 W. Second st., in basement
California Bank Bldg.
Ofllce hours from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p, ra., except
M KN'S DEI* A HTM ENT.
I'oper hanger, short job; ranch hand, $15 etc.;
coachman nnd private pla?e,s2s etc.; Hardener,
$25 etc.; camp blacksmith.; coat maker, vest
maker; young man for vegct. ible garden. $13 etc.
HOTEL DEPA R PMENT.
Candy maker. fAM per day : waiter, hotel, city,
$20 etc.; bell boy and Keneral *\ 'ork. beach, 110 etc.;
barber to run shop for what b p can make; waiter,
•IS etc.; yoiiuK man who speaks French to wash
dishes, |IS etc.; bell hoy and p* »rtcr, 810 etc..
HOTEL dkpahtmk.v r female
Waitress, family cit; r, $20 etc.; kitchen
helper, $6 etc., week: waitress, lunch counter, $«
wt-k: starch froner, country lv del, $25 and fare; -I
waitresses, city, $7 week, new i Jaoe; waitress, Re
dondo, 920; extra waitresses, i ;atallna, f1.50 and
far**: check waitress. _ meals, ■#.*> week; cook,
small country hotel. $25. no dishwashing, call
early; 2 waitresses, country hoti lis, $20 etc.
HOUSEHOLD DEPAI tTMENT.
Girl lo assist, 2in family, $10. O. K. place, house
sirl, Xorwalk. employer here 3r . m.; itlrl to assist
for good home; 2 house (iirls, Alhainbra, ?2") and
•20, employers here totlay; j,-irl t to assist in house
work and care for children, M 3; house girl, small
famiiv, country, tt*.
1U MMEU BHOS. & CO.
X\^ANTEI>—TEN Bf>YS O ft YOCN'O MEN
W from each school or coll. ge in the city to
work a portion of Ihe time for T be Herald. Twen
ty-Hvo cents In cash will lie p ikl for each new
name, nnd every eanvatwr wll! have nu opponti
nltv to win one or more of the followlngprt7.es:
One $100 first-ciaus bicycle, a rold huntinir-case
waicb. a six months' scholarship In a business
college, double-barreled breech --loading shotgun,
MO suit of clothes, 920 overcoat, round trip to San
Diegocr Catalina and revurn. Either of the lat
ter in dudes a free dinner at the* Coronado Hotel
or RoM« Avalon. Illtf
WANTED - SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
for appointment for you. ar men in railway
mail service. Examinations so<e. m every state.
Particulars about all government positions free.
NATIOXALCOnRESI'ONDEN CE INSTIITTK,
Washington, D. C.
WANTED— SALESMEN— fKQ TO ?12 _ . PER
motith and expenses; sanjple line; position
permanent, pleasant and desirnbj-. Address, witli
stamp, X MF'U CO., F. 73, -iliJcago. 7-2* l
r\ N TED— A RELLftBLE MA N HAND V
>V Wt* machinery, with SlO'lo cash, can make
|]'JS per month clear. Address W., box SO, Herald
I\TANTKD-A CAPABLE MAN TO TAKE
y\ care of Rarden and hors«s. Apply by let
ter, stating reference. Address V, box 80, llerabl.
1-r ANTED—YOUIt PATRONAGE. BELT-
W able help furnished promptly. KKID'M
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. I 2« W. First St. tf
-VIT \NTED—SIX GOOD SHOEMAKERS;
iteady work. J, NY. ESTBH A CO., 116 S.
Fair Oal cs aye . Pasailena. 30
■\TTANTED-MAN OR BOY TO WORK IN
Y\ lodging house. 124 Vv\ Fourth st. 29
UT ANTED—KELP EP.EE-27 SITCATIONS,
W S. Broadv.ny. E. NITTINGER.
"I¥rANTED-T\V(» WAITERS AND COOK;
\\ BS \V. Sixth S.. RESTAURANT. 28
WANTED - AGENTS. 232 N. MAIN ST..
room 23. jjj
\\T VnTED-MR. ALBERT STEYENS ft AH
yy sold his dining room at 40S s. Hill st., and
now wants a poaUion as cook; urn a tirst class
cook. Addresss34S. Hill si. 4-1
~\irA NTED — POSITION BY MAN AND
> y wife; man an experienced French cook:
woman as chambermaid. Address X, Hernld
IST. PH. 'i., WANTS
Tf Situation. Speaks English, French and
Germane Address, 334 Clay st. 28
\TTr AXTE D— POSITION BY TR A CTI C A L
W bread and cake maker. Address 11., box
80, Herald office. 2«
"11TAXTED - BY A NEAT SKAMHTKESS,
yif plain sewing and mending: children's
clothes a specialty. Call or address 710 S. Los An
geles st., near Seventh at. 3
-IVTANTED - COMPETENT DRESSMAKER
y\ wants sewing, t/LAO per day. 334 11111 street,
room 24 -7-21
-Wr-ANTED-PARTNER, BY A PBACTICAL
TT man hnvinK plant and contract for a paying
out-of-door business: InvesLiKation invited by
principals only; capital required, *MO»0. Address
T , box 40.
TJTT*ANTED— PARTNEB.WITH SMALL CAP
TT ftnl, to assist me in a lenitimave business;
good money can bo marie; please investigate;
young man preferred. Address G. B. R., Herald
TWO YOtrXG MEN, NICE,
y\ large room, well furnished, closet, etc.;
must be cenirnlly located, west of Spring and
south of First; price must be reasonable; tf
pleased will be permanent. R, box 8", Herald
"TjrrANTED—TWO ROOMS, WITH RUNNING!
T\ water, nas stove, haih, elevator, etc., near
city bail; light housekeeping privileges. Address
\\, box s i. Herald office. 27
"\VT A A FEW G(H>D SERVICEABLE
TT horses; will trade land. I have lo acres of
ROOd land In San Luis Obispo county, Cal.; 11 acres
under cultivation, and will give tbe right party a
bargain. Apply at southern California Creamery
Of*. 313 S. Broadway. tf
- ■ 'f
*VVT ANTED—FOR CASH, A HOUSE AND LOT,
TT a corner preferred, from ?WKKI to fl0,000; bet.
First and Tenth antl Wnll and olive sts. Address
M, box 00. Heraldoffice. 20
WANTED— A WINCHESTER RIFLE OP
not less than 88-46 caliber, If a bargain. Ad
dreas P., box 90, Herald office. 27
(i AME TO MY PLACE. 1622 ED ST.. MARCH
j 22. bay horse about 10 hands high, star in fore
head, left hind foot while, saddle and bridle; own
er can have sanit- by ulvfng i Ltlsfactory proof and
paying expensoi of horse's keep and for this ad
vertis ment. T. F. MILLER. SB
EnOCND— SIX MILES FROM TOWN, OX W.
Pico at., two horses; one black, with white
strip" down nos.-; the other roan, ami lame in
riyht hind foot; owner can have same by proving
and paying at) charges. Address johntroi;-
ET'IK, Pico Heights. 2«
jpOR SALE-GREAT BARGAIN—
Upright Chlckerlng Piano; fine condition; $17:>.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MUSIC CO.,
216-218 W. Third St.
FOR RALE-GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, ?16T,;
organ, ffts| piano for rent, S3. 506 s. Broad
rOR SALE-MUST SACRIFICE MY FIXE
Hazleton upright piano for $175. Call at »14
Boston st. 3 7 tf
KXABE*AXD*YOSE A'SOXS PIANOR AT
. BIItKEL'S Parlors IR and 10. Plrtle blk. tf
FRANK W. HOPPE PRACTICAL HORSE
shoer. Telephone 1898. Carriage, ror.d and
track horses shod iv the best and neatest Htyle;
only skilled workmen employed; corns, quarter
cracks, contracted, weak or diseased feet of any
kind successfully treated without extra chante;
cases of interfering, knee-knocking, etc., receive
personal attention; horses called for nnd deliv
ered. Ail work guaranteed. 4-J0 Wolfskill aye.,
Los Angeles, Col. 4-10
MISS J. V. ALEXANDER,' CHIROPODIST'
treats feet; gives salt glow, massage: hours,
» a. in. to Bp. 111. 215 and 210 Wilson block, First
and spring sts. 5.2
DR. ZACHAU- DISEASES OF THE FEET
2MH, Hprlng st. 0-26
DRY AND CLEAN STORAGE FOR HmfflE
hold goods, pianos, trunks, etc. City Ware
house. r?73 Upper Main at , C. T. SMITH, Proprie
tor. Tel. 045. tf
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING-, MARCH 27. 1896.
Rates for advertisements under this classifica
tion—! lime, .1 rents per line; 1 week, 30 cents per
line; I month, 91 per line.
tSoR SALE-WASTKII TO SKLL A Gilo
r eery business at wm S. Hill st. Hood rash
business, with an opportunity lo enlarge trade
with but small pains: good UvlnK rooms at back
Ol store; nuont for selling will be liven and the
enltre business shew n to the sattsfartion of the
buyer. and the prlee for same rock bottom for 94W.
D, NffiUi >1
rtt*C 11 est AuH A N r AM) LUNCH COURT
m.) er, well located,uidestabllslied, ctearsu not
prolil overBl-V> monlhly above all expenses, you
ran try this till satisfied before buying. Owner
about toleave tho state and offers Ibis ureal bar
gain: no risk: sure bona tide business; price ?7-vt.
See BEX WH ITB, '.-Jl W. First st. 2~
IiIIOrKRV. WELL LOCATED, A
ipOUU nlee living roonis sublet pny more
than store rent ; longleaso, low rent, exceptional
bargain on account o* sickness; business thorough
ly established; noist be sold todsy. see BKN
WHITE, ."Jl W. Firstsl. a?
IpOR SALK- AN* ESTABLISHED WEEKLY
' newspaper in a large suburb of to, Angeles,
flood equipment ; business paving per month.
Will sell for «icioo if taken nt once. Address N..
box 10, Herald oilier. '-7
T-101l SALK— BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES—
.V 1 have a gooil business lor a live man Willi
11501 no others need apply ; income **n lo fIOO per
■tooth, Byrne bldg. THOMAS 0. ABHTON.
T-108 SALE-RAKKRY-DOINO A FINK LIT
.a tie business in a fast growing town 17 miles
from I.OS Angeles. Terms reasonable. Address
BAKKB, 937 s. Broadway, clly. •
u»f rr/|-MKAT MARKET: OFFERED AT
*!H LOvl half prlre iv order to make quirk
sale; now Is tiie time In huv. see BEN WHITE,
2XI w. First s:. J7
1->on SALK—ONE OF THE BEST LOCATED
wood coal, hay and grain yards in ihe city;
dolus good business; will sell or rent. Address/,,
box 80. Herald. 31
<< * KD,—COFfEE PARLOR AND BAKKRV ;
OOf)\/ clearing a net prorii of fS't a month:
trial given. See BKN Wll [TE, SI v.'. First st. U7
"IJ-lOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, A GROCERY
V business, building and lot; doing a good rash
business. Apply l.ork Box B. Long Beach. ill
X pays foO per week and Inrreasing; *5.",0.
1.1). BARXAKD, 117', s. Broadway. 97
IJIOR SALE—SPRING ST. BESTAUBANT |
" a very olil. central, popular stand; §850,
1. P. BARNARD, 117' i s. Broadway. 27
T.-lOR SALK- A HEX KItA 1. MERCHANDISE
X I store iii intrv town: great bargain; 1800,
I. O. HARNARH. 117', s. Broadway. 117
T>ARTNBR IN FINEST ICE CREAM AND
X ronferllonery parlor ill ritv. Price, tISO, .MA
HONEY ,t M VERS, 43is. Main. -27
•t-lOR SALE—PATENT FOR ISA LF.: QUICK
Jl returns and nig proHls. Address SLA YTON
WA LX ER, Riverside. Cal. siVIKI
INOR1 NOR BALE-OLD ESTABLISHED PAYINO
1 driij business on Main st, ELLIOTT A BA R
NF. l'T, 330 S. Broadway. tt
XjSOR SALE—LODGING HOUSE; GOOD REA
r son for selling. Call or address IMB. Lot Ah
aelea si., cor. First. s-111l
I3"l'OH""8ALK— CITY-NEWSPAPER' ROUTES*
' Apply C O. BPRENG, Herald business ollice.
rtlO SELL OFT YOUR BUSINESS SEE I. D.
A BARNARD, 117', s. Broadway.
The Herald, 50c a Month by Carrigr
: : • ~— —. •—- —r—:— •— ■ -■ _
lior BALE—CtaAR STORK AM) DRINK
stand; some stationeryi good place for fruit]
reason tor selling, sickness. U2' 3 S. Broadway.
IjlOR SALE—LODGING HOUSE OF 12 ROOMS,
nicely furnished; pays well; bargain. Apply
E. Fourth st. 27
G1 ROCERY BUSINESS, INVOICE #700;
* want offer. MAHONEY & MYERS, 426 S.
4> SELL OR EXCHANGE- PROPERTY—
quick. Go to REX WHITE, 221 W. First st,
IpOR SA LE—fIftO—HORSE SHOEING SHOP.
1 261 S. Los Angeles st. 20
pERBONAL-' " "
THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CREAMERY
COM PA NY
818 S. BROA DWAY,
OFFERS THE FOLLOWING INDUCEMENTS
in order to introduce their tine ice cream, cottage
Cheese, Sweet Skimmed milk and butter that can
not be beat. Sweet skimmed milk, 10c per gallon;
tine cottage cheese, 3 lbs. for 25c,; fresh butter.
Churned fresh every morning, 25c per lb.; fresh
buttermilk dally, 16c per gallon. Now we will of
fer A No. l icecream at 75c per gallon, delivered to
any part of the city, commencing next Sunday.
Send In'your orders at once.
OUR CREAMERY AND OFFICE IS
313 S. BROADWAY. TELEPHONE 881, MAIN.
PERSONAL- JUST LIKE FINDING MONEY.
That's what people Hay who have tried a small
ad. in The Herald. They don't cost much, hut the
results are simply marvelous. In this popular de
partment The Herald bus made a gain Of mors
than 200 per cent in the past few months Big cir
culation counts. The Herald has it. If you want
to talk to half the people in Los Angeles and other
parts of Southern California, try a small ad. In
addition to the immense and rapidly Increasing
circulation of The Herald, Its sales by newsljoys.
on trains, at hotels and summer resorts, make it
the advertising medium of the Pacillc coast.
Look ovdr these small advertisements today
They will Interest you and may make you some
Tomorrow try one. The results will he both sur
prising and satisfying. 6-3tf
I>ERSONAi.-FREsH ROASTED COFFEE—
Mocha and Java, 85c; Ralston cereal coffee
15c; 5 lbs good tea, ft; 8 lbs rolled wheat, 25c; 12
lbs white beans. 25c; (I lbs eastern buckwheat, 25c;
can cocoa, 15c; can corn beef, 10c; can jelly. sc; 4
IbS peaches, 25c; 8 lbs prunes, 25c; 10 lbs raisins,
85cj 6 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans salmon. 25c; 50-1 h
sack flour, 00c; 50 bars soap, 61; pork. Bcj bacon,
Itic; pure margarine, 80c a roll. ECONOMIC
STORE, 400 S. Broadway.
I>ERSON AL- RALPHS BROS.-GOLD BAR
flour, *LOJ; city Hour. 90cj granulated sugar.
PMbs., 81; brown sugar. 80 lbs., fl; S lbs. rolled
wheat or oats, 25e; sardines, 5 boxes, 25c; toma
toes, 4 cans. 25c; 7 bars Gorman family soap, 26c; 5
gallons oil. 05c; gasoline, Csc; 3 packages morning
meal, 25c: lard. Hi lb. can, flOcj 12 lbs. beans, 25c; 5
lbs. rice, 25c. 000 S. Spring St., cor. Sixth. 5-20
I>EBSONAL— B. MORRIS PAYS THE HlGH
est price for gents' second-hand clothing;
send postal; will call. 111?, Commercial st. ti 18
PERSONAL— DO YOU WISH TO MARRY?
We have retlned ladies and gents of means;
Investigate; strictly confidential; hitters must con
tain 10c stamps. Room I, ti37'„ s. Broadway.
T3ERSONAL NEW PROCESS - IRREGU-
X larities, from whatever cause, cured without
medicine, Instruments or pain; sure cure; fl treat
ment; home. 810 Grand aye. t-3-6
P" ROFESSOR OWEN,
Electro-magnetic treatment; electro-vacuum
treatment; manager of Miller's Magnetic Reme
dies Co. 503 W. second st. 31
DR. DORA KING, GERMAN - ENGLISH
specialllst: diseases of women: all Irregulari
ties restored; treatment confidential; cure guar
anteed. 440 S. Broadway. 0-ti lw
W. RICHMOND, MAGNETIC PHYSI
&m clan; 80years' experience; ofllce, 104 Dow
ney block, 3ifl X. Main st. Consultation free. 3-2S
DR. H. G. COLLINS, OPTHALMICOPTJCIAN.
with tbe Los Angeles Optical Institute; eyes
examined free. 125 S. Spring st.
I ft UPTURE CORES WITHOUT DETENTION
t from business. DR. WHITEHILL, 110 M &
Spring St. -IS
B ROUSSEAU ft
403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. 4-5
' second-hand organs; good makes. KOHLER
A CHASE. 233 a Spring st. tf
B' ABO AIM IN A SLIGHT LV, USED BTJEIN
way upright piano. Address X,, box 100, Her
Raton for advertisements under this classlflev
tion—l time, 5 eenta per line; 1 week i) ceuts per
line; 1 month, fl per line.
NEW HOUSES FOR KENT AND BALE
No. 705 Merchant st., 5 rooms, hath; rent, $18.50;
price 91200, «200 cash.
No. Ml Gladys aye., 5 rooms, balh; rent, fl>;
price $1000. (200ca9h.
No. 522 Stanford aye., 5 rooms, bath; rent, f 15;
price ftl7W. $200 cash.
No. K24 Staoford aye,, 5 rooms, bath; rent, fl".;
price £ 1750, cash. -
No. *v stnn:'ord aye., 5 rooms, hath; rent, ?!<);
price §17<V>, f2OO cash.
No. tM Stanford aye., ft rooms, bath; rent, 15;
price >?17.'»0. f2o.eash.
No. StE Towne aye., 6 rooms, hath; rent, fls;
price flow, |JN cash.
No. 9J12 Towne aye.. 0 rooms, bath; rent, fls;
1 j rlco fiWH). UM cash.
No. 726 E. Pico st,. 6 rooms, hath, barn; rent, flB ;
price 92000. $250 essh.
No. 773 Kohier St., 0 rooms, bath, tarn; rent. f2O;
price f2IOO. $250 cash.
No. 7«t Kohier st,, 0 rooms, ba'.h, barn; rent. $20;
price $2100. $250 cash.
4-1 T. WIESENDAXOER, 227 W. Second st.
I.IOR RENT—HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, BATH;
1 nice lawn and Howers; $23 furnished; fis tin
lurnlshed; 020 Denver avenue, near W. Ninth
'street, third street west of Pearl. For particulars
and key see L. H. MITCH EL, m s. Broad
FOR RENT—NEW, BEAUTIFUL HOUSES
SIB.SO-5 r., hath, 795 Merchant st.
$15—5 r., hath. *22. «24. H32, 884 Stanford aye.
$1H -ii r.. hath. t»2ti. 9.12 Town* aye-, 72« E. Pico.
S2o—ti r., bath, barn. 77(L 7SI Kohier st.
30 T. WIESENDANGER, 227 W. Second st.
RENT—A NEAT SIDE FLAT OF 3
. rooms with furniture tor sale at a bar«ain;
rent $8.50 month; bath and gas. One room rented
will pay the rent. 2261;, E. Seventh. 4-2
RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE IX
town for mattings, linoleums and window
shades. THE MATTING MART, 601 S. Broad
FOR RENT—A NICE 5-ROoM COTTAGE,
with pleasant yard. Furniture lor sale.
Going east. 213 E. Twenty-third st. 27
TOOK RENT-NEW COTTAGE; 5 LARGE
F sunny rooms and bath; nice view. Apply
12H', X. Hill si. 27
IpOR RENT-NICE FOCR-HOOM FLAT, $12
1 per month. 633 Town aye., In Wolfskll tract,
close in. 3-16-tf
TO OR RENT-NEW H-ROOM COTTAGE; MOD
JC crn improvements. 413 E. Twenty-seventh
TOOR RENT-5-ROOM HOUSE, 1286 VICTORIA
X St. ALLISON BARLOW, 128 H, Broadway. If
TOOR RENT—A MODERN 7 ROOM HOUSE:
X good sanitary condition. 220 Downey nve. 28
ITIOR RENT —NICELY FURNISHED 9-ROOM
1 house. CSBS, Hill at. 20
I7\OK RENT— SINGLE
y or en suite; beds 25eents and upwards. RUSS
HOUSE, cor. Los Angeles and First sis. 4-11
ITI OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL, CLEAN, WELL
-1 furnished front room, with ttrst-class board,
$45, for two, or suit for $.Y>. 627 S. Flower. 28
IjlOR RENT ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
1 rooms, transient, closfl in: als > single rooms.
THE WAVE HIA . 127 E. Third St. 4 23
- . —■ ■ -— —J
TfOH RENT-IK tf. MAIN ST.,THK DENVER;
nicely furnished rooms, ,1.50 per week and up
ward ; center of city; 25c to ,1 a day. lt-14 tf
OIT RENT—THE MARIPOSA, 321 E. SEC
rmd St.; furnished rooms, ,1.25 per week up;
lodging, 25c, 86c and 50c per night. 10*1 tf
IfiOlt RENT—THE MENLO; ELEGANTLY
! furnished rooms; baths free; prices low; 42)
ti. Main St.. opp. postodlce. tf
17SOR RENT-FVUNISHED, TWO FRONT
J rooms; also outside rooms, ,1.50 per week, 510
s. Spring st. 4-14
I -tor rent-hol-hkkeepi.no FURNISHED
rooms; fl 50 to *2. NITTINGEE'B, 451 S. Hope
TTiOR RENT - LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING;
_F large rooms, clicap. Apply 220,'. E. Fourth st.
lIOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
! for housekeeping, (126 s. Broadway. 2.25tf
IIOK RENT—NICELY FURNISHED LARGE
roonis. clieap. Apply 229'j E. Fourths!. 27
TTVIR RENT—FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
_T on car line. 537 Wolfskill aye. 1 26-tf
1.-lOR KENT — A NEW BRICK LODGING
house, centrally located, ,2.50 par room; also a
Hue store room, 25x 100 feet, ?40 per month. Apply
IM N. Main st. 1-1
X?Io"r RENT-PART OF
3? show window, on Broadway; excellent loca
tion for jeweler. Inijuire at 506 s. Broadway, tf
— ' sggß=sgsgßaa
IIOR KENT-LODGE ROOM AT TURNER
hall; every llrst nnrl third Friday of each
month. Inquire of janitor. 14-lf
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK^^
AUCTION SALE OF 30 HORSES.
I will sell at public auction at Agricultural park
on Tuesday. March 31, at 10:30 a.m.. 30 bead of ex
tra tine work horses, from 4 to 7 yearaold ; all well
broken; used to heavy work, weighing from 1200
IO 1400 pounds. D. FREEMAN, Owner.
595 S. Spring st., Los Angeles.
E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer.
TTIOR SALE—TO THE LOWEST BIDDER. A
F hondsooie young mare, Alazane, with ssddle
nnd harness; also phaeton. Apply at OLIVE
STREET STABLES, olive, near Sixth St. 2s
"DIOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN, HORSE.
X wagon, harness ami cow. 8,0, S. Spring. 20
I7IOU SALE-NEW WHITE. NEW HO Mr?
' Eldridge 11 and other makes, at S2O to ,35, on
the no agent plan; $1 ncr week payments. WHITE
SEWING M ACH IN 15, office 2S» S. Spring. 3-20
TjlOR SALK—DON'T YOU WANT TO BUY OR
X sell your ollice or store fixtures? You will be
wise to call at headquarters of counters and shel -
ing. It. CLIFFORD. 60S s. spring. 4-18
171 OR MALE—GUANO—I HAVE FOR MALE
J rich Mexican guano at a low price. W. H.
TEGGAHT. San Diego. Cal. 30
I7IOR HALE—A HLACKSMITH FORGE IN
' good running order. JOSEPH FOX, cor.
First and Lake Shuro aye, 20
pOR SALE-ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK ELF..
M? vator at a sacrifice. Inquire at the Herald
business office. 12-tf
IjSOR SALE-GOOD FURNITURE OF AN
1 8-room house. Address box 88, Station C, at
Under Ibis heading subscriber!! to the Herald
may Insert an advertisement of to words or less,
lour times, free of cost, provided the advertiser Is
not a dealer In tbe article or goods advertised.
for eastern manufacturer. Will take city or
country property for part payment. Address s. k.,
Herald ofllce. 0-tf
ITIOREXCIIANGE-GOOD LIGHT BUSINESS
-1 Owner leaving town. Value 81000. What
have you to offer? Address J. R., Herald effice.
IjlOR EXCH ANO E—A GOOD PIANO FOR A
; good work horse. Address 727 Mozart st. U7
■ house; bath, pantry, etc., everything com
plete; located I hlock from Central aye.; a mod
em home; will exchange for clear acreage or va
cant lots; price, *250n; mortgage, 81080. Bee BEN
WHITE, 881 W. First at. " * 27
O EXCHANGE OR SELL PROPERTY QUICK
go to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 81
Rales tor advertisement* under this clasxiflca
tion- 1 time, 5 cents per tine; I week, W rents poi
line; 1 month, fl per line
amount on all kinds of collateral sacurity,
diamonds, jewelry and seal Sktni, also on pianos,
; furniture and household goods In private, lodging
and boardinK houses or hotels without removal.
; I'artiat payments received. Money quick; huslness
confidential; private ofllce for ladles. W. K. DE
; OHOOT, manager, rooms 2 and I, 114 S. spring st.
I r It lON LOAN 00. -
J Stlmson Block.
; Loans money on all kinds of collateral security;
watches, diamonds, seal skins and furniture in
I lodging and hoardinghousos ami on pianos wlthoui
removal; also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low In
-1 terest; money al once; business conrhlentlal: pri
vate ofllce for ladies; room 111. CLARK K.
; SHAW, manager rooms ill and 113 Hr-tt floor;
stlmson block. tf
PtlHB GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN BO*
1 JL ciety of san Francisco will make loans on Im
proved city and country property.
■ On loans ofSoOOOand under, certificate*
of title from the Title Insurance and
Trust Co. will be accepted, making tho
expenses on such loans very small.
Building loans a speetaltv. Apply to
It. O. LI NT, Agent. 287 W. Second.
• The IjOs Angeles Pawnbroker, 141 N. Main
st.,loans money ou diamonds, watches, jewelry,
firearms, pianos, libraries and all other collateral
securities; also sells unredeemed pledges for
money loaned and one month's Interest added;
make no mistake, It Is the rellablo L. B. COHN,
the Los Angeles pawnbroker. U-I0
MONEY TO LOAN, LONG Oft SHOUT TIM F.,
on furniture, pianos, diamonds, wntches,
jewelry, live stock, carriages, real estate, etc.;
private oftice; business confidential, for ladles or
gentlemen. CHARLES c. LAMB, 22*1 S. Spring
st,, Stowell block, roonis t>t» and 67. 4-S
I —. ,
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS
ou diamonds, wAtches, jewelry, pianos,
safea, lodging-houses, hotels and private
household furniture; low interest; money quick;
private office for ladles. O, M. JONKB, rooms 14
anil 16, 242'S S. Broadway, adjoining city hall. 4-16
IJOINDEX TER AW A DSWOHTM P.ROK ERS,
305 W. Second st.. buy and sell stocks, mort
gages, bonds and any good securities; if you wish
to lend or borrow or invest lv real estate call on
us; collections made and property managed for
"VfONEY TO LOAN-CITY OR COUNTRY
-Lra. property, 5 1 , to 8 net; personal note* or se
curity; mortgages bought and sold. If you have
money to loan or wish to borrow any amount call
on JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 220W First. tf
VT ATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO.
loans money on all kinds of collateral secu
rity J money quickly; business strictly confiden
tial. Rooms o.» and 00. Bryson block, fifth floor.
JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manager. 7-3 lyr
rpO LOAN-MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
JL reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. BOBEY
SIIELL, 107 S. Broadway. 10-lftl
MONEY TO LOAN—FROM $500 TO $80,000 TO
loan In sums to suit. No delays. Coniinen
tal Building and Loan Association, 207 s. Broad
way. VICTOR WANKOWSKI, agent. tf,
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
riages, bicycles, all kinds of persona] and collateral
security. LEE BROS., 402 S. Springs!. 8-21
alO LOAN—IBO.OO3 IN ONE AMOUNT OR
smaller sums; interest fi per cent net; good
City security desired. WICK'S ,t MAC DONA LD,
attorneys, 110 Court St., Los Angeles. 3-stf
L'O A NS""A N D~DI S( JOU N TS~W M. l"
Cottj 3*5 llradbury block. Thirty and «o-dav
loans ou bonds, collaterals, negotiable securities';
rates reasonable. 4-10 rod
rpO LOAN—UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
JL small loans; no commission; light expense.
SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 223 S.
lADY WILL LOAN MONEY AT MODERATE
J rates on household furniture, pianos, etc. Ad
dress M., box 10, Herald ollice. *i 0
rilO LOA N-flOOO l'O flO,OOO ON REAL ESTATE
_I security. ALLISON BA BLOW, 123 S. Broad
58000 to fio,ooo on
9. J>.,DAVIS, Att'y,
WANTED — $2000 AT ft PER CENT NET;
good city security. H. J. SI EM ER A CO.,
room 321, Byrne building. 27
LOS ANOELES BUSINESS COLLEGE. IN
corporated, occupies the entire fifth floor of
the now Currier block, 212 W. Thirds*.; largest,
oldest, best; elegant and commodious rooms, in
tensely praotleal courses of study, able and expe
rienced specialists as teachers, complete equip
ments, perfect lighting and ventilation, rooms
heated by steam, flrsi-ciass elevator service; fivo
courses of study-commercial, shorthand and
typewriting,preparatory, telegraphy and assaying;
Ihe school Is thoroughly live and progressive; it
inspires as well as teaches; day and evening ses
sions; Individual and class instructions; successful
graduates; fine class of students; visitors cordially
welcomed; full Information, personally or by mail.
E. R. SHRADER, pres. E. K. ISAACS, vice-pres.
L N. INSKEEP, sec. 2-26-7
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN
corporated), 226 S. Spring st., is the oldest
and largest commercial school in Southern Califor
nia; the most beautiful college rooms and equip
ment to be found in the state; elevator for pupils'
use; a large faculty of experienced and able in
structors; open the entire year; both day and even
ing sessions; a practical English course, a thor
ough business course anil a course in shorthand
and typewriting under an experienced stenogra
pher. Write or call lor illustrated catalogue and
lull information. G. a. HOUGH, president; N. G.
ROE BEL INSTITUTE (('ASA DE ROSAS)
.1 training school for kindergarten! also school
for boys nnd girls of all grades; opens September
23d. Apply to MADAME LOUIS CLAVERIE.
BOYNTON NORMAL, FOR TEACHE RS
only, begins September 16th; teachers aided
In getting positions; teachers, governesses and
tutors supplied. Room 525 stlmson block. G-SOfcf
LOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL FOR
klndergartners. Fall term Sepiember 18th.
MRS. N. D, !kf AY HEW, 670 W. Twenty-third st.
IVfON SCHOOL FOR BOYS, NO. 136 W. PICO
Jst HORACE A. BROWN, LL. B.
HARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M, JONES 1003 W.
. Seventh st. O-H
PA. DENTAL CO., A. J. STEVENS, MANA
ger, makes a specialty of crown and brldgn
work and painless extracting. A good set of teeth
f5. 220 S, Spring. Telephone 1180. tf *
ADAMS BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS, 230' i
H. Sprtugst.; painless extracting and tilling
plate, ffl, fs, fio- all work guaranteed; established
10 years; hours, 8-5; Sundays, 10-12.
If! R. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST,REMOVED
•to Stlmson blk., cor. Third and spring.
t[SRANK STEVENS, 324' i S. SPRING ST.,
opendaysand evenings; also Sundays; elec
DR. KENNEDY. DENTIST. Jo3!£ S. SPRING
at., rooms 2, 6 and 7; painless extraction.
LADIES' WHEEL, ALMOST NEW; IF
tuken immediately; $85, 037!, S. Broad
FOR SALE-HANDSOME NEW HlGH
grade bicycle; owner going east. Address /.,
box 20, Herald office. 29
,1 £i LARSEN & CO. HAVE THE AGENCY
©• for Relay Bicycles. 223 W. Fifth st. H-lo
_ ASSAYBR AND CHEMI^T^
rjl HfT 81-M ETA L LIC ~"aSS A V OFFICE AND
I Chemical Laboratory, 124 s. Main st. R. A.
PEREZ. E. M, Manager. 4-10
gasfltter, 240 E. Bocoart et. Tel. 188.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
Rates for advertisements under this classifica
tion-l. tune, 5 cent* per lino; 1 week, .0 cents per
line; I month, $1 per line.
Houses and Lots
Til W I ESEN DANGER, 881 W. SECOND ST.
. 1 • For sale, new houses, #20 a month.
81780 No, 884 Stanford aye., 8 r.. bath,
ilMO—BB2 Towne aye.. 8 r.. bath.
■SOOn -718 E. Pico st., ti r.. bath.
■3100—770 Kohier St., 8 r., bath.
■888—40 feel K. Third st . near San Pedro.
•180,000—830 lots s, w.. elect rle cars.
#4ho~ Lot Stanford aye., near Eighth,
181,080—70 acres W. Washington st.
•$0,000—7000 acres, Oak Park, Kern Co.
■9000—80 Ims University electric cars.
■9800—18 lots University electric cars.
100,000 4)00lots W. Washington st,
■20,000—180 acres alfalfa, 18 miles.
#.VHill 10 acres ntfalfa. Flgueroa st.
1 #1000 —sacres 8 year apricots, Fillmore.
28 t. WIESENDANUER, 227 W. Second st.
81C0O—Bonnie Brae lot.
■800— Thirty-first at. lot.
■1500- 8-room bouse and nice lot, Thirty-first st,
fI.WO- Lot on orand aye.
#45»0 45 a. on Seventh close to Main st,
Several Other real bargains.
10-acre fruit ranch, good bouse, close to city,
value 98000, Want city property.
so acres Chatsworth Park; $2500 against It.
Good 8-room bOUse In city for eastern property
W. IL GRIFFIN,
3- 22 tf 188 S Broadway.
F° R SALE-SXAP—
9301 down, balance easy terms, will buy an ele
gant 5-room cottage on Eighteenth st. near Union
aye.; street graded, curbed and sewered; if Is the
biggest bargain in the city ; street is Wide and lo
cation close to two car lines.
27-30 FRANK RECORDS, 880 S. Broadway.
IT? OR SALE-f2floo-HOUSE 7 ROOMS; 50-FOOT
" lot, east front; street graded] lawn, flowers,
fruit trees, etc; #1100 cash, balance monthly pay.
ments: 088 Denver avenue, near W. Ninth street,
third street west of Pearl. For particulars see L.
H. MITCHEL, 185 S. Broad-way. 88
Ijl OR SALE NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGES, EAST
1 Los Angeles near electric cars; modern Im
provements; 81400 each; easy installments; will
take good horse and buggy, bicycle or typewriter
for part of first payment. POINDEXTER tt
WA DSWORTH.SOS W. second. 31
I NOR SALE A 5-ROOM COTTAGE ON
" Thirty-eighth st., near University; lawn,
shrnhhery, large orange trees and other fruits iv
lull bearing; terms. 9400 cash, fctf'io in 1 years at s
nor cent Address J. HEFFLE BOWER, The
IJIOR SALE-THOSE ELEGANT NEW 4
? room cottages With bath and CIOSStS at Ninth
and Central aye; #15 monthly. Will double in
value In one year. R. D. LIST,
4- 13 123.'.; W. Second.
IJIOR SALE-HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO
_ sell or rent. If you want quick returns see
me. Don't bring any dead pieces or ask fancy
prices, 1 sen and advertise everything that I
handle. R. A. NEWLYN, 2:il Byrne building, tf
T74.08 BALK—#4OOO—AiN ELEGANT 7 ROOM
A house with every convenience, just completed,
southwest, near St. .lames Park, easy terms,
ELLIOT A BARNETT, 880 s. Broadway. tf
IjlOR SALE- MON THLY BUYS A BEAU
tlful new 4-room cottage. Ninth and Central
avenue, tt. JA LIST, 123', W. Second. 3-28
T\o NOT PAY RENT, BUT BUY A HOUSE
\J on the Installment plan from ALLISON BAR
LOW, 123 S. Broadway. 12-13 tf
IjlOß SALE -A NICE 5-ROOM, HARD-FIX-
Ished house: lot 88Jtl48; trees and shrubbery.
Apply 301 East Pico. if"
lIIOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT, 8550: 8860
Cash, balance 3 years. .1. F, JONES, 132
Broadway, front. 32
111 OR SALE—GRIDER A DOW'B
A DAMs ,ht. TRACT.
THE TRACT OF HOMES
fit choice residence lots unsold are now offered
atfSOJtO fIOOO on easy payments; 600 lots have
been sold and over 253 homes bUill ill the past 18
months! ASOhOOI building that cost over #17,0'H)
and a line church are located In this tract; five
miles of streets, graded, curbed and sidewalk cd.
and lined with 8000 lovely shade nnd palm trees;
city water, electric lights; modern street cars
with 10-mlnute service; only 11 minutes' lime
from business center; four 80 foot streets and one
100-fOOt street; lot 40X180 to alley; high and sight- ,
lv location; rich loam soil, no mud: Don't buy
for a home nor an investment until you see tho
• Adams-st. Tract." Free carriage from our of- \
flee. Telephone 1388. For maps, prices and views
of this tract, call 011 or write to
g b i DEB <c now,
27 130 S Broadway.
, 1_ .
I;U>R SALE— !
A NEW DEPARTURE
We now offer to furnish purchasers Ol lOtSlh the
Alexandre Weill tract at their option, with pOllclos
of Insurance of the Title Insurance nnd Trust com
pany for tbe full amount Of fche purchase price of
the lots bought, or with unlimited certificates of
title guaranteeing the title In Alexandre Weill, '
free and clear of all encumbrances. Lots trom
fund up on small cash payments and e&By monthly
installments without Interest. Clerks, working
men, laboring men, mechanics, motormen, con
ductors, engineers stop throwing away your money •
on rent and remember tbe same payments wilt In
a few years make you the proud possessors of your
Own homes. Just ask your wife about It ami get all
the particulars from RICH A RD ALTSCHUL, solo
agent, 123' a W, second st., Burdlok blk. tfcod 1
T74OR BALE—EXCE PT lON AL RA RG A (N; I
A am Instructed to sell a nice level lot, ready to
build on, sewer and street work complete and paid
for. Lot is situated on Bortiett s;., near Pearl st*
This lot w ill be sold for $4H). You cannot buy an
other In the neighborhood for less than |550 and
up, and sure Investnient for speculation or build
ing. This lot can be resold shortly again for 9503.
Don't miss this bargain. Price only ?4in for a few
days. Must be sold. «ej ben white, 221 w.
First st. 27
~P° n SALE
fBOO— Large 60-foot loton Twenty-ninth st.,
one block of theelectrie cars, at 8800—825 ensh and
the balance at 810 per month; street graded and
graveled; cement walks and curbs, and sprinkled.
Carriages from our ofllce.
GRIDER A DOW,
27 188 S. Broadway.
FOR BALE—A GREAT SACRIFICE—MUST
go at % its value, that beautiful lot two blocks
west of Second and Spring sts., suitable for high
grade flats or residence. Price only #6000. See
GILBERT, room 2irt. s. E. cor. of second and
Broadway, or address P. O. box 218, city. 320 tf
IpOR SALE-MUST BE SOLD BEFORE
1 April Lone of the best located lots in tho
Urmston tract, on Clinton aye.) within i> 4 blocks
of two electric car lines ; It goes cheap for cash : an
exceptionally gOOd bargain. Address OWN ER,
postofhee box 565, city. 20.
< *U W k CASH, BALANCE TO SUIT; NICE
5-room modern cottage. Wolfskill
tract; price, #1850, sco HEN WHITE, 221 W.
First St. 27
*** "W i CASH, BALANCE fIO—NICE 4-ROOM
0"X/ house. East Los Angeles; price, only
■1000, Buy a home. See BEX WHITE, 221 W.
First st. 27
fiftT LOT. THIRTY - FIFTH,
»ij> i kj\J near Flgueroa st. See BEN WHITE,
221 w. First st. 27
fc> BUY. SELL OR EXCHANGE PROPERTY
_ of any kind go to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First
17408 SA LE —WE SELL THE EARTH. BAB*
? SETT &. SMITH. Pomona,Cal. 6-26 if
We have a choice piece of property on this
lino street, centrally located, now lv tha
heart of the business center. We are offer
ing this property at such a low price that win
make the lucky buyer a handsome profit
within a short time.
CLARK <£ BRYAN, 127 W. Third St. 7tf
FOR SALE—SO ACRES IX WALNUTS,
peaches, prunes and tigs, near city, railroad,
school and church; moist soli; as tineas the sun
shines on; In bearing; healthy, vigorous growth,
at #25 an acre aud the cost only of preparing, plant
ing and brlng'ug to Its present productive condi
tion; this orchard needs no Irrigation; you are not
wading In water and mud nine months nut of the
year, up to your center of gravity, to keep Ufa Hi
your trees, besides paying as much for water as
the profit ou your crop; I have had years of practi
cal experience, and I know what 1 am saving when
1 tell you, Mr. Tenderfoot, that there is not an
acre of ground In this country of climate that Is
worth mo c than #50 an acre; the only curse rest
ing on this beautiful land Is the outrageously ex
orbitant price of raw land demanded by these shv
locks who are selling It, and you tenderfeet are the
deluded victims who are furnishing the pound of
flesh. Paste tbla In your hat and addresi
OWNER, W. O. T. V. bldg., roiml, tf
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
Rfltoa for advertisements tinder this ciasslfira
tlon—l time, 5 cents per line; 1 neck, SO cents per
line; I month, f 1.00 per line.
■Tbeat ranch in California, bordering on Taciflo
ocean, twenty minutes by rail from Los Angeles;
perfect climate, no frosts, no hot winds,fertile soil.
two water systems; suitable for oranges, lemons,
grape fruit, olives, peaches, apricots, pears, ws*»
nuts, prunes, corn, beans, etc.
Will sell the whole or in small tracts.
1> FREEMAN. Owner.
605 S. Spring st., Los Angelas.
VALUABLE WALNUT RANCH AT RIVERA*
12' a acres in trees about 15 years old.
41 acres In trees ahout 7 lo IO years old.
s acres in Susquehanna peaches also in bearing.
This ranch Is in the walnut belt and Is in tha
highest state of cultivation, abundant free water
right; nil necessary ranch buildings and agricul
tural implements on the premises; immediate
possession if desired; liberal terms. Walnut pro
perty is especially valuable; no known pests af«
feet the tree* and the crop need not necessarily bo
marketed when harvested ;it will keep. The prt>
petty will be divided it desired. Apply to
R. O. LUNT
117 227 W. Second st.
I TIOU SALE—SAN (IABRIEL—ONLY A FEW
. 5 nnd 10-acre blocks left; water right. Now
is the time to buy. If you have anything to sell
or trade see E. K. ALEXANDER, 145 S. Broad
FOR SALE—BO.OOO Af'RES OF FINE FARM
and fruit land In San Luis Obispo county.
Apply to ELLIOTT & BARNETT, 330 S. Broad
1.-MIH SALE HEARING ORCHARDS, LAN
kershim ranch; easy terms. A. W. WRIGHT,
328 S. Broadway. 2Htf
TOOR SALE-OLD PAPERS IX QUANTITIES
i 1 to suit at this ofllce.
jpROFESSOR FItED BELL— ~~
LECTURER AND PSYCHIC TEACHER
Successfully gives private lessons in practical oc
cultism, hypnotism, phrenology and physiognomy.
Psychometry and medlumshtp developed ou tiie
nit every Tuesday evening at s oclock Professor
Bell will lecture at his parlors in tho Plrtle blk.
Subject Tuesday evening, Maroh 81st, Black oud
White Magic Th" public invited. Admission,
only 25 cents.
Professor Bell is an electro-mental heater of
great power. Pain and disease disappear under
his touch and the sunshine of philosophy as if by
As a phrenologist and physiognomist Professor
Bell is Without a peer. Full delineation ofcharac
tel. with chart, $1.50. Specially written charts,
giving valuable point* as to health, future life,
with occult laws, $5. He is also forming a ciass i:i
phrenology and physiognomy, aud will take a few
private pupils. Office rooms, 89, 31 and 82 Pirtlo
block, corner Broadway and Fourth sts. 80111%,
y to 12, l :;;o to 5; evenings by appointment.
Consultation and diagnosis absolutely rr.*e.
Strictly confidential, 4-4
fTIHE WORLD'S RENOWNED MEDIUM AND
A. palmist, known throughou! Europe nnd
America as Syra. the mystic wonder, greatest liv
ing medium; if deceived by fakirs, would-be
mediums, Syra will giy a lest to prove her powers:
tells just what you want to know; in fucSadvises
In all troubles. Room t,6B7*i* S. Broadway. 10-33
I>ROF, W, W. TATUM, TRANCE, BUSINESS,
physical and Independent slate-writing me
dium, is now located in Los Angeles; rooms at
Irving house, 220 s, mil st.: will hold physical
circle Wednesday evening nnd trance tost circle
Friday evening; win give private sittings daily,
Sundays excepted, from 11:80 a. m. to 6:80 p. ni. 5-28
MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT AND
card medium, is meeting with wonderful
success, she invites the most skeptical to prove
her power. Ait business affairs of life looked Into,
for the advancement of your future. Will organise
a developing class and gives readings daily from 9
a, m. to Bp. m. 816Jj S. Spring st. 11-17
•\rlts. MANDENA, TEACHER OF OCCULT
J.TJL and metaphysical law; develops spiritual
and self-healing power; class and private instruc
tions; also clairvoyant card reader, astrologtst.
Palmistry ; trial reading this week 25 cents. M BS,
M AN DEN A, 245 s. Spring it., room 7. 4-23
"Y\r GREEN, S. D., CLAIRVOYANT, TEST
TV • and business medium Diagnoses disease
without asking questions, and spiritual healer,
elves sittings daily; test circles on .Monday and
Friday evenings; developing circle on Wednesday
evening. 2M)j S. spring st., room <i. Ollice hours,
9 to 5. 4 27
M RS. PARKER, PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT
. and medium: lite reading, business removals,
law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Take
Third st. electric car to Vermont aye, and Vine st.
Second house ou Vine, west of Vermont aye. e-30
-WADAME DEAN-FORTUNE TELLING BY
vIA cards) one ol thO greatest In the world;
reads correctly past, present and future; all busi
ness transactions, losses, lawsuit;! and all affairs
Of love. No. 205 E. Fifth st. 4-21
"VTRS. BANPOBD JOHNSON, THE INDE
pendent slate writer and medium, gives
sittings dally at 023 S, Lot Angeles st., and holds,
circles on Thursday evening, at 8 p.m., of each
week. A rlmlssl on 500. 4-13
-\f ISS LULU HOLDEN. PSYCHOMETRIFT'
Jva. and business medium. Sittings dally, ex
cept Sunday. Offloe hours—B:Bo a* m. to 4 p. m.
Circles Tuesday and Saturday evenings. Irving
House, 220 S. Hill st. 4-21
~\ f ILTON M. LYON, 221 SOUTH OLIVE—
JIJM. clairvoyant, developing medium; evening
engagements by appointment; modlumlstla per
sous can consult me by mall concerhlng their de
mHE INSPIRED Ll FE AND CARD RE A DER
J. has permanently located at the Ban Julian,
lop floor, rooms 17-18; has read cards for many
years, and is the most learned medium In America,
HE. (>. Fit AI M, PHYSICAL MEI) 1U M.
• Holds public circles on Tuesday and
'I hnrsday evenings ; private sittings gtven'dnily.
76? Merchant st., bet. Seventh and Eighth sts.
W lis. D. X. PLACE WILL LEAVE FOR
.4*l San Francisco April Ist. Those wishing to
consult her on any business affairs of life can do so
if they call at once. 220 s. Hill st. 4-1
MME. NORM AND, HEALER AND LIFE
. reading medium: develops medium power;
sclt-liealing and how 10 become a medium at your
own home. E. Seventh st. 4-2
MM E. GRACE. CELEBRATED CARD READ*
er, tells past, present and future. Ladles,23
cents; gentlemen,socents, parlors 24 ami2s, 520
Maple aye. 4-0
"\f EH. ELSIE REYNOLDS GIVES OXE OF
a*JL her marvelous materializing seancos Friday
evening at Mrs. Howell's spacious parlors, 415!, S.
Spring st. 27
TORANCIS X. IRELAND—4SO S. HILL ST.;
jl sittings daily and by appointment! answering
sealed letters a specialty; correspondence so
MME. STANLEY. CELEBRATED CARD
reader; reads your entire past and future;
ladies or gentlemen 50c. Parlor 12, 322 S. Spring,
IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT TO
know your future consult /.ingara, the gypsy,
at 217 S. Hill st. Ollice hours 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 4-1
MRS. BARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOYANT
card reader. Come and hear the truth. Dow
ney blk., room 17. Price, 50c. 425
MRS. BARNETT—SITTINGS DAILY; CIR,
cles Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 4H3 S,
Main St., opp. postofhee. 4-21
VGXES 11. PLEASANCE, TRANCE ME
dlum, is permanently located nt 034 S. Broad
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, BTC.^
¥ >.vi 1; NTS Yon inventions" obtained
X in all countries; bought and sold. B. .1. DAY
£ co., patent attorneys, room B6,3ryson bik. tf
KNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLICITORS]
free book on patents. 124 Byrne bldg. 0-22-6
1~->OUI/ITIY WANTED - RANCHERS WILL
do well to call at the Los Angeles Poultry
yards east of the river on llfo st., south, about 800,
Highest price paid in cash. J. Y. JOHNSON, pro
TCTASE YOUR EYES. BUY A PAIR OF
XIA smoked glasses; assortment complete anil
prices lower than last year at W. J, GETZ'S, jew
eler. ;i3o s. Broadway. 1-18-7
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MACHINE MANUFACTORY ~ ~
YON BERKEY MANUFACTURING! CO., 284
-240 E. Second st., manufacturers of special
machinery, dies nnd models; only accurate work;
TEAM CARPET CLEANING.
T JUU " V I'-ItUAMCS, ON.
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