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CUj Branch Agencies • or THE HERALD fa order to accommodate the public The HeteM gaaestablished branch agencies, where copiee ef the Daily aod Sunday will be on eel* and adve*» tlslng and subscriptions taken and forwarded te the main Banes as soon as received. These branch agencies do net include the hua> Iredsof book stores aud news stands tn all paras ef the city where The Herald Is also for sale. Boyij: heights E. DONNRLL, Newsdealer, 2108 East Urge street. BAST liOS AXGEI.ES MRS. E. c. THACKER, Newsdealer, Its North Daly street. •AN FERNANDO STREET M KINNIE'S PHARMACY, 1433 See re*, nsndo street. WESTLAKE PARK DONALD A. ROSS, Newsdealer, 2100 Wage Seventh street. VNTVERKITY H. L. PARK*. Drugs, Stationery, Xfe* Post office building. SOVTH CENTRA!, AVENUE CHICAGO PHARMACY, corner Centres avenue ami Twelfth street. CHURCH NOTICES ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, EPISCOPAL, OLIVE st. opp. the park. Open every day In the year, jiailv service at 10a. m. The clergy will respond to nil calls for the offices of the church for Strang era or visitors, without respect to creed; burials, marriages, baptisms or visitations <>f the sick. Use Of tbe church cheerfully given tree for funeral services. Tel. 143 red. tl SPECIAL NOTICES J A FIESTA DECORATIONS— SPECIAL NOTICE lam ready VO SUbmtt and e\eetite plans for all kinds of La Fiesta decorations. Estimates fort Ished for decorating any building or store front in the city- No two design a will be alike, and l respectfully solicit your decorating patronage. Will color In rHiidescent or gBS globes io Fiesta shades and pave secured from the executive committee of Lk .Pteste the exclusive right to place Japanese lant ern decoi at onson anil along the following streets: Main street, from Plsks to Sixth; spring, from Temple to Sixth : Broadway, from First to Slxtb, Bid First, Second, Third, Fourth Fifth and Sixth Streets, from Main to Broadway, lanterns to be placed every four feet apart. For information as to price and for estimates, call on or address ED, It. WEBSTER of the HUSTLE HUSTLE AD VERTISING CO., 244 S. Hroadway. 3} USI NESS NEWSPAPER—THE DAILY > Journal; a business newspaper, publishing all the county ofllclal records, real ( state transfers, mortgages and liens, building news,contract work, financial news, and all news relating to the re sourcesand development ol southern California end the great territory ol the southwest, one dol lar per month, or in advance ?I0 per year. 227 W. Flr.it St., Los Angeles, Cal. 0-1 tf >rOTICE— THE Los ANGELES CITY WATER l| Co. will strict ly enforce the following rules: The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of 6 and f* oclock am. and ti and Boclock p.m. For a violation of the above regulations the water will be Shut off and a lin- of**2 will be charged before the water will be turned on again. 4-29 A TTENTION.M I N ERB--THE PLACER KING J\. —Combination dryer and gold separator; the only machine hi existence that will separate all the gold from wet or dry sand, dirt and gray el, without the aid uf writer or quicksilver. Offlce 338 s. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Machine at Ki'-i Maple aye. 4-2 MRS. BELL HYATT, ARTIST-PUPIL OK Bonn at, Paris; member Artists' League, of Hew York; diploma for portraiture. Mechan ics' Pavilion, San Francisco, 1885. Specialties, portraits, life figures, uuimuls. Lessons given. 6U3W . Second St. 31 WILL DO WELL TO ATTEND THE V furniture sale of 8-room residence at 821 South Broadway, Wednesday, A prll Ist. at - p. m, DEGARMO, 4-1 Auctioneer. TTESMIN S FEMALE FILLS AS ACSPF.CIEIC a*a. monthly medicine lor immediate relief for puinful and Irregular menses—from whatever cause. For sale by GEO, H. FREEMAN •£ CO., southeast cor. Second and Broadway. Price $2 a box* Ci KNTLEMENS' MENDING III" RE AT". M X Plrtle blk.. cor. Fourth and Broadway, Mending, cleaning and tight repairing; buttons furnished; buttonholes made. AU orders neatly and promptly attended to, Charges reasonable, 4-13 I PASTURE- WE 11 W B GOOD ALFALFA pasture for horses, I mile from University station ; want 23 head of horses to pasture. It UN ELS & BLAISDELL, $17 1 - 8. Hroadway. ti rpHE SUPREME LODGE OF THE FRA- X teriial Brotherhood, rooms *_'■"> and 26, Pirtlc blk. A first-class organizer wanted. 4-21 MASSAQE AND ELECTRICITY rpHEItK IS-COM FORT IN 'Villi KNOW I MO E 1 Limt many terras of sickness are not due to actual disease but simply to a derangement of the system; no occasional electric treatment with massage will hero iii you. MLS. DR, MAYER, rooms 81*82, Phe Wiley 4-2 IJI WITH ANW a Y. FORMERLY OF BOSTON I J gh as genuine alcohol rubbings that are health ful and refresh)*) ;no rivals. 223 8. Main st., room 2. £-13 1/»R-\N KIE Mason. FROM CHICAGO,GIVES alcohol baths. i 42.,a N. Main st., rooms 1-12. t) "\ J ASSaci: AND ALCOHOL BATHS—2O9 .31. Winston st., upstairs, one block east ofpost oil Ire,be t wee n Fourth and Filth sts. 6-6 MISS 111 A 1 X VINO. A HTIST: PHOTO-TINT- Ipgand mounting; new style. 120 N Main ht., n tutus 2 and 8. 4.1 1 >ERS< i.N AI. -Jt'Ll A MA NS P11; I, I>, M A N1- J Cluing parlor. 120 N, Main St., room a. 80 MAY RUSSELL—THE NEW lIELL ... man, room 7. S-6 MAGNETIC TREATMENT GIVEN BY a Competent lady. 228! a B. Seventh, room I. 4-2 M ISM OI.I,Ii; MOORE, 131 E. SECOND ST., . rooms 3 and 5, Oenfs tneuding, 4 MISS MAY STONE GIVES ALCOHOL baths. 202 N. Main st., room J7. 5-22 CJOCTHERN f, w>Y GIVES ALCOHOL K3 hatha. 127 c. Third st.. parlor 11. 6*lB VI, MA WORTH, PACIFIC HOUSE, NO. 601 New High St., massage. 4-!» EXCURSIONS ONCE A WEEK PERSONALIA" CONDUCT ed excursions to Chicago, Bt, Paul. Mtnneapo- Ps dtiri ail 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 Nevadas and passing all points of weenie. Interest by daylight. Upholstered tourlat cars of latest Pullman pattern, lighted by gas, and run through without change. Competent conductors accompany each party. Easiest time. Low est rates. For tickets and berth reservations, apply to J. n. PEARMAN, Manager, G. F. Herr, T. P. A., 22-' i S. Spring st., Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Pacific company. 5 :j-a JClison PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Ex cursions over true Southern route to -Chicago, via st. Louis, leave Los Angeles every Wednesday at 2tN p.m. Through ears, through managers, comfort, economy ana enjoyable route. Apply to J UJO-WON tt CO, 212 S. Spring St., Los Angeles'. 1> HILL I PS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED excursions via the Rio Grande and Rock Isl and route, leave Lou Angeles every Tuesday, cross tbo Sierra Nevadas ami pass the entire illo Orande scenery by daylight; also via Southern rout* every Monday. Office, 188 S. Spring st. BC ItLJNGTON ROUTE- PERSONA LLYCON ducied excursionsvo the east every Wednes day over the scenic line oi the world; upholstered tourist cars without change. T. JL DL'ZAN, agent,222 s. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. "171 RANK W. HOPPE, PRACTICAL HORBE- A 1 Steer. Telephone J3lia. Carriage, ror.d and track horses shod in the best and neatest style; only skilled workmen employed; corns, quarter cracks, contracted, weak or diseased feet of any kind successfully treated without extra charge; eases of Interfering, knee-knocking, etc., receive personal attention; horses called for and dellv . red. Ail work guaranteed, -too Wolfskin aye., Los Angeles, cal. 4-10 POULTRY JJOCLTRY WANTED - RANCHERS WILL do well to call at jtbe Los Angeles Poultry yards east of the river on Rio St., south, about .'Uto. Highest price paid in casii. J. Y. JOHNSON, pro prietor _ 4-|s HOUSE-MOVINQ A r. sLGPER, house moVlk-ofeiceT • 113 N. Broadway. HELP WANTED—MALE Rates for advertisements under this classifica tion—! time, -"> rents per line; 1 week, 30 cents per line; 1 month, fl per line, HU M M EL BROO. * C<>., Successors to PETTY, HUMMEL A CO., EMPLOY MENT AGENTS, rt))-SO2 W, second st., In basement California Bank Bldg. Tel. soo. OftoS hours from 7 a. m. to 7:33 p. m., except Sundays. MEN S DEPARTMENT, Man and wife, 9to etc; dress lining sateeanan, 912 etc. week; on-hard and general man on ranch; young man in to is to chore about house, some cooking, ftOetc; elderly man to chore, ?I0 etc.; >• orange pickers, - »c per box, call early, HOTEL DEC AR I'M ENT. All-round cook, small hotel, IBS etc; bell boy. ho tel; heed waiter. *3o etc; ranch cook, 120 etc ; first class candy maker,B2.Boper day: ail-round conk, aoiwl ou bread and pastry; head waiter, hotel, city. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT. Second girl, no washing, OIA etc; girl to assist, Kast boa Anueles, siy etc.; one for south Broed « ay, fW etc: bouseglrl. < lanplnterta, 920 etc,: house girl, Boyle Heights,92oto92s otc; housegirl. four adults, iio waanlng. 920; housegirl, 7 room-*, small family, |10etc ; housegirl, Paaadene, f2&etc, O.K. place; uursegirl, country, etc., fare here, mid dle iiged preferred; hOUsegorl, Bast Los Angeles, 120 etc ; Mope st.,92oetc; Covlna,9l a etc.; Al liinnbra 928 et». HOT BL DEPARTMENT. Waltreas, 2meals, steady,9B a wesk; six wait resses for Fiesta week, 910 etc. each; 4 waitresses, country hotel. i*2o etc.; headwaiiress, country ho tel, 928 etc.: waitress, Arizona, PS etc., fare herr; starch irouer. >"J"» etc. TitANTED—TEN BOYS OR YOUNG MEN TT from each school or college in the city to work a portion of the time for Tlw Herald. Twen ty-five rents in cash will be paJd for each new name, and every canvasser will have an opportu nity to win one or more of the following prizes: One 8100 first-class bicycle, a gold hiintint-case watch, a six months' scholarship in a business college, double-barreled breech-loading shotgun, 820 suit of clothes. 820 overcoat, round trip to san Tn>goor Catalina and return. Either of the lat ter includes a free dtnuer at the Coronado Hotel or Hotel de Avalon. Illtf -Xl/ - ANTED - SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TV for appointment for young men In railway mail servi.e. Examinations soon lv every state. Particulars about all government positions free. NATION A L CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE, Washington, D. C. 8-18 Tar ANTED—A RELIABLE M AN - HANDY \\ with machinery, with sinno cash, can make 9128 per month clear. Address W., box 80, Herald ofltce. 6 ~\\T ANTED—SALESMEN ?100 TO 9123 PER TT month and expenses; sample line; position permanent, pleasant and desirable. Address, with stamp, KING MF'G co., F. 73, Chicago. 7-29 TTT" ANTED—YOUR PATBONAGH. RELI t\ able help furnished promptly REID'B EMPLOYMENT agency. 130 W. First st. tf TTT ANTED—HELP FREE—27 SITUATIONS, \V m)j 8. Broadway. E. NITTINGBB. HELP WANTED—FEMALE TIT ANTED—A YOUNG GIRL TO TEND tt baby and assist in light housework. 448 Temple 8 . 31 TirANTED—WOMAN COOK. 523 W. Sixth >V street. 1 TTT ANTE D—TWO GIRLS TO WAIT ON TA - TT hies. 828 Sixth si. 31 SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE TTT" ANTE 6—M It. ALBERT STEVENS*" II A S T 7 sold his dining room at 40S B. Hill St., ami now wants a position as cook; am a first class cook. Address6B4 S, Mill st. 4-4 TTT ANTED — POSITION BY MAN AND TT wife; man an experienced French cook: woman as chambermaid. Addreas X, Herald offlce. 31 JHTUA EEMA L 6^ TTT ANTED—By GOOD GERMAN WOMAN, TT position as cook, seamstress, or can do any kind of housework. . Will go out by the day, or do any kind of work. Call or address 333 So. Pearl street. 1 TTTANTED—BY A WIDOW A POSITION AS TT useful companion to a lady living In the oountry near Los Angeles, Address L>, box 'Mt, Herald offlce. 4-ti TTTANTED —BY GOOD GERMAN GIRL TT with good recommendations, a, position as chambermaid, nurse girl, or would do housework. Call or address 888 so. Pearl st. 1 TXT ANT E D - BY A NEAT SEAMSTRESS, TT plain sewing and mending; children's clothes a specialty, t 'all or address 716 S. Los A h galea st,, near seventh st. 8 TTJ" ANTED—BY FIRST-CLASS DREBSMAK t* er sewing In families; city or oountry. Ad dress n, box 80, thia office, i TITANTF.D-A SITUATION BY A COM n petent person as h cook. Will do general housework, 4is w. Hist st. 3t TTTANTED—BY A YOUNG LADY, HOUSE |V keeping position in are lined widower's home. Address L.. box So, Herald. 1 -TTANTED—A PARTNER; A WOMAN, tt without Incumbrance, between 20 and 80; i mean business. Call for three days or address E, O* M.. Wilson block, room 822; a personal inter view absolutely necessary and no trilling. 1 "ITTANTED—PARTNER, BY A PRACTICAL man bavlng plant and contract for a paying out-of-door business; investigation invited by principals only; capital required, HOJO. Address T., box 10. XTTANTED—PARTNER.WITH SMALL CAP i\ Hal. to assist me in a legitimate business; good money can bo nuu'e; please Investigate; young man preferred. Address G. JL R., Herald Olliee, 4 21 WANTED—LIVEJWOCK^^ "\\r ANTEI)-A PE W liOOD sERVICEABLE Tt burses; will nude land. I have ir> acres of good land in Ban Luis Obispo county, cal.; 11 acres under cultivation, aud will give the right party v bargain. Apply at Southern California Creamery Co., 818 S. Broadway. tf WANTED—TO RENT \TTANTED FURNISHED COTTAGE ANY »\ one wishing furnished cottag copied for few months from May tst please communicate with X, box 80, Herald Office, 2 H ANTED— MISCELLANEOUS^ \\ r .\ \ l'i:n - \ KEATING BICYCLE, 80 PAT tern. .Must be In good condition and low price. M. box 80, Herald olliee. Vf TT[7" ANTED—JUMP-SEAT SURREY, CHEAP tt for cash. Address 1100 Vernon st. ai \¥T ANTED TO It ENT A LADIES' WHEEL, t* state terms, etc. L, box 00, Herald. -t EDUCA TIONAL LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, IN corporated, occupies the entire fifth floor of tha new Currier block, 212 w. Third hi. \ largest, oldest, b"st; 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, 11 rs;-class elevator service; five courses of study—commercial, shorthand aud typewriting, preparatory, telegraphy and assaying; the school is thoroughly live and progressive; It Inspires aa well aa teaches; day and evening ses sions; individual aud oiosa Instructions; successful graduates ; fine class <>f students; visitors cordially welcomed: full information, personally or by mall. E. R. sit MA DER, pres. E. K. ISAACS, vice-pros. L N. INSE EBP, see. 2.20-7 W OOBBURY BUSINESS t !OLLE< IE (IN >V corporated), 2265. Spring st., is the oldest and largest commercial school in southern t Califor nia; the most beautiful college rooms and equip ment to be found in the slate; elevator for pupils' use; a largo 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 and a course In shorthand and typewriting under an experienced stenogra pher. Write or call far* Illustrated catalogue and full information, (i. A. BOUGH, president; N. <i. FELKER, vice-president. IMtOEREL INSTITUTE fCASA DE ROSAS) training school for kindergarten; also school tor boys and girls of all grades; opens September 23d. Apply to MADAME LOUIS CLAVE ft 11. »-"iy BOY NTO N NORMAL. POR TEACH ERS only, begins September ltith; teachers aided In «etting poshrloni; leacbers. govemessos and inters supplied. Room ..25 Stimson block. 6-30vf T OS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL FOR Jj klndergartners. Fan term September 18th. MRS. N. D, MAYHEW, 07'J W. Tweniv-third st. 6-iitr 171 TON SCHOOL FOR BOYS, NO. 188 W. PICO li HORACE A. BROWN. LL. B. r| ARP STUDIO, MRS. J. m, JQNEB 1008 w. J I seven] n st. im; MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 17/ lOR s.\LK—SOME second-band organs; gOO I makes. KOHLEH dt CHASE, 888 S. Spring st. tf MUSICAL BARGAIN IN A SLIO [IT LV" I'SeT) S'l'E IN way upright plauo. Address X., box 10), Her ald office. LOS ANGELES HE7IALD: TUESDAY MORNING-, MARCH 31, 1806. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Kates for advertisements under this rttMtllitV tion—l tlrue, I centa per line; I neck. 30 rent* per line; 1 month, $1 per line. VOR BALE — |3SO0 —HARDWOOD LUMBER J > nrd, business wlB Invoice thin amount; rent $in per month] will excaanjte for city property a* high as 18000, pay dlnbrenoe in cash ; owner retiring; fine chance to get good busi ness for property. 93000- Laundry, will vake two third* rash, hat ancecity property. This plain does paying busi- Bess, increasing dally with this growing any. 9880- Merry-go-round, original cost 88830, now in good running order, set up; terms. 928J cash, bal ance will make entirely to suit yon; engine alone cost price Baked; it you want lliis machine see tt, ami you H ill certainly buy it. asoo-Une-htilf Interest in oldest nnd largest dye Works In Los Angeles; money wanted to Increase profitable business: thorough Investigation will interest buyer. Have many desirable deals to sell or exchange. Apply to JM.i, JONES. JR., Sot) Byrne Building* , s 17TOR BALE WANTED TO BELL A oBO eery business nt 886 B, Mill st. Good caah business, with an opportunity to enlarge trade with but small pains, good living rooms al back of ston>; reasons for selling will be giv en and the ent Ire business shown tn the satisfaction of the buyer, and tbe price for lame rock, bottom for 8480, I>. POWELL ;;i FOH SALE-GROCERY STORE IN GOOD toOallty uml doing good business; owner going lo Arizona for his health. COUte and see this soon 110 E. Eifth st. 81 VOR BALE l HAVE A GOOD CHANCE ■J for young lady who ran invest small amount in a growing business; light, easy etnyloyment. Address X ; box HO, Herald. ;tl VOR BALE—ONE <IF THE BEST LOCATED 1 wood coal, hay and grain yard* in the city; doing good business; will sell or rent. Andres*/,, box (io, Herald. g| InOH BALE-CIGAR STORE AND DRINK stand; some stationery; good place for fruit; reason ior selling, sickness. 41 - _' 4 B. Itroadway. ~\7* HY ITS, CIGARS AND PRINKS; FINK LO. X cation; |150, MA HONEY A MYERS, 4*-''. s Main. ;;i ITARTNER IN FISH AND POULTRY . market; 8225. mahoney «fc MYERS, 420 S. Main. ;il Til OR BALE- PATENT low BALE; QUICK X I returns and iii; profits. Address SLAY TO IN WALKER, Riverside, Cal. 4-26-fttl I NOR RALE-RESTAURANT; CHE A V RENT, long lease; doinggood business; soap bargain. , Address A. F.» thtaODlot>. 31 IJIOH BALE OLD ESTABLISHED PAYING drug business on Main it, ELLIOTT A BAR nf.tt, NOB. Broadway. tf TjIOR BALE -VERY CHEAP. A NICK HA* A? loon business; good, central location. Apply at 440 Allso st. 81 VOR SALE LODGING HOUSE 19 ROOMS r nicely furnished, 9880, BEN white, 2-: i W First il t i;mt SALE- ( ITV NEWSPAPER ROUTES. X Apply c. o. SPRENG, Herald business offlce, tf h > SELL OR EXCHANGE- PROPERTY - md quick. Go to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 31 V< >B SALE-CIGAR STAND, 9213; RENT, X fid, 312 N. .Main st. 0 The Herald, $5 a Year by MaH TO BELT. OUT YOUR BUSINESS SEE L I). BARNARD. UTjj S. Broadway. PERSONALS TJERSONAL— THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CREAMERY CUMCANY 313 S. BROADWAY, OFFERS TDK FOLLOWING INDUCEMENTS in order to Introduce their tine ice cream, cottaire cheese, sweet skimmed milk und butter that can not be beat. Sweet skimmed milk. lOC per gallon; (luo cottage cheese.;; lin. for 25c, fresh butter, churned fresh every morning. 25c per lb. ; fresh buttermilk dally, 15c per gallon. Now we will of fer A No. 1 icecream et 78c per gallon, delivered to any part of the city, commencing next Sunday, Bend in your orders at once. OUR CREAMERY AND OFFICE IS 113 S. HROADWAY. TELEPHONE 581, MAIN. If PERSONAL— JUST LIKE FINDING MONEY. That's what people say who have tried a small ad. In Tbe Herald. They don't cost much, but the results are simply marvelous, in this popular de partment The Herald has made a gain of more than 200 per cent io tin* past few months Big cir culation counts. The Herald has 11, If you want to talk io half the people in Los Angeles and other parts of southern California, try n small ad. In addition to the Immense and rapidly increasing circulation of The Herald, it** sales by newsboys, on trains, ai hotels and summer resorts, make it the advertising medium of the Pacillc const. Look OVdr these small advertisements today. They will interest you and may make you some money. Tomorrow try one. The results will be hotb sttr prlslngand satisfying. tt-Stf IJERSONA i,—FRESH ROASTED COFFEE— Mocha and .lava, 85c; Ralston cereal coffee 15c; 5 lbs good tea, ?I; s lbs rolled w heal. 25c; 12 lbs white beans, 28c; i» lbs eastern buckwheat, 25c; can cocoa, 18c; can corn beef, 10c; can jelly, sc; t lbs peaches, 28c; 8 lbs prunes, 2301 in lbs raisins. 28c; "i boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans salmon. 'Joe; 50-lb sack Hour, 00c; 50 bars SOap, fl] pork. Be; bacon, ltic; pure margarine, 800 a roll. ECONOMIC STOKE, 4088. Broadway. OERSONAL- RALPHS BROS, -GOLD BAR I flour,Bl.ooj city Hour. 00c; granulated sugar. 10 lbs., 81; brown sugar, 2» lbs.. ?l ; s lbs. rolled wheal or oats, 25c; sardines, 5 boxes. 23c; tomu toes, 4 cans, 28o; 7 bars German family sonp. 260; 5 gallons oil. Dsc; gasoline,fiftc; 3 packages morning meal. 25c; lard. \'i lb. can, 85c; 12 lbs. beans, 25c; ii lbs. rice, 28c 800 s. Spring st., cor. Sixth. 5-20 T¥TE DO IT— MAKE HANDSOME FLUFF i\ runs of your worn-out carpets. Call or write for circular. PACIFIC RUG MANUFAC TORY, till s, Hroadway. 8-28-97 IjERsONAL-B. MORRIS PAYS THE HKJH est price for gents' second-hand clothing; send postal; will call. iiUj Commercial st. 018 PERSONAL-HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ladies' and gent's second-hand clothing. M RS. BESSIE, 700' a S. Spring st. 428 PERSONAL PERSONAL -- NEW PROCESS - IRREGU larftles. from whatever cause, cured without medicine, instruments or pain; sure cure; II treat ment; home. BID Grand avo. b-3-fl I >ERSONAL—GENTLEMAN, 30 YEARS OP age, wishes to correspond with lady of means ; object matrimony- <E. GLEN«, Florence, Colorado. \ -i PIANOS ______ SALE—GREAT BARGAIN— Upright Chlckering Piano; fine condition; »:7"». SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MUSIC CO., 210-218 W. Third St. IjlOR SALE-GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, |165; 1 organ, 888] piano for rent, ?3. sou s. Broad way. 3 7 If ITIOR BALK— MUST SACRIFICE MY FINE 7 fiasletou upright piano for *I 7.:». coll at 014 Boston st. 3 7 tf KNABE AND VOSE A SONS PIANOS AT BIRKEL'S Parlors IS and ID, Plrtle blk. tf SPBCIALISTS I'eßoFEssoß OWEN, metaphyshtan"- Electro-magnetic treatment; el eel ro-vacuum treatment; manager of Miller s Magnetic, Reme dies Co. fst:i W. Second st. 31 DR. DORA KING, GERMAN - ENGLISH specialist; diseases of women; all irregulari ties restored; treatment confidential; cure guar anteed, 448 S. Broadway ti-ii-Itb DR. IL G, COLLINS, OPTIIA L.d ie opTK'I AN. with the Los Angeles Optical 1 ustltute; eves examined free. 12.» S. spring st, 1> U P i t RE ci RED WITHOUT DETENTION V rrom business. DR. WHITEHILL. 11H', s. spring .st. -is PLUMBERS TJIBANK A. WKINi.II A Nh", IM.r; M ISIOU AN I) X g.swttfr, s» >•.. Second st. Tel. Ut). FOR IfEMT—HOUSES Rales for advertisements under this classifica tion I time. 8 cents v>er line; 1 week, 80 cents per line; l month, 91 per tine, pOX ki:n i NEW HOUSES FOR RENT AND SALE No. 795 Men-bant st., 8 rooms, bath; rent, 513.50; price 81200. *200 cash. No. 040 Gladysave., 5 rooms, bath; rent. |18; price si Hon, 9380 eaeb. No.B2iStanford aye., 8 rooms, both; rent, ?l"'; price 81780, 9200 cash. No. kt4 Stanford aye., 5 rooms, bath; rent, 813; pi i< c 81780, ?200 cash. No. «tt Stanford n\>\. 5 ro.im*, bath; rent, |18; price |1780, 8200 cash. No. sts Stanford aye.. 5 rooms, bath; rent, 1">; price 91780, laocaah. No. 028 Towne aye., 6 room*, bath; rent, ?14; price 9280 caah. No. 982 Towns aye., 6 rooms, bath; rent, fd'; j 1 rice 11080, 8280 cash. No. 72s K. Pico st.. 6 rooms, bath, barn; rent, 912; price 82900,1280 eabh. No, 77!t Kohler si., ii rooms, bath, earn; rent. 920; price 9JMOO, 9280 rash. No, I*l Kohler at., 6 rooms, bath, barn; rent, 990; » price 82100, 9280 cash. t l r. \\ tESENDANGER* 227 W. second st. TTiOR RENT A neat 1 side FLAT OF 8 r rooms with furniture for sale at a bargain; rent BS.B 1 month] bath and gas. One room rented vi ill pay the rent. SSJji* E. Seventh, 9-9 RENT- NEW 0-ROOM HOUSE, BARN, sanitary plumbing, sewerage, bath, gas; on I car lines; only 9W« OWNER, cor. seventh and J Beacon, oloee by, 1 TjlOR RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN .1 town for mattlngSi linoleums atid window i shades. THE MATTING MART", 501 S. Broad way. 4 i Villi RENT—NICE FOUR ROOM FLAT', $12 ft per month. 888 Town aye., In Wolfskll tract, close in. 8-18-tf Ij«OR RENT -O-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, I2U N. Hunker Hill avo. 1 J TJIOR RENT 3-ROOM HOUSE, 1288 VICTORIA 1 J s;. ALLISON HARLOW, 128 S. Broadway, tf j TTiOR BENT* MODERN HOUSE OP 10 ROOMS, j.l bath. No. 1014 B, Olive St* S. K. LI NDLE Y. ;tl FOR RENT—ROOMS IflOR RENT'" JUST FINISHED AND NEWLY . furnished — THE MONTEREY 135 8. Main St. 00 furnished rooms. Also front rooms, unfurnished, for oAceg, 4 4 X7IOR RENT-BOOMS FURNISHED, SINGLE IJ or en suite ; beds 28 cen is and upwards. RUBS HOUSE,COr, LOS Angeles ami First sis. 4-11 1/ni; RENT- ELEGANTLY FURNISHED X: rooms, transient. dOSB In; all > single rooms, j TH E WAVERIA . 127 E. Third It. 4 28 TjlOR RENT 13.1 N. MAIN BT.,THE DENVER; I" nicely furnished rooms, 81,80 per week and up ward ; center of city; 28c to *l a day. :,-!4 tf Volt RENT" -THE MARIPOSA. 821 E. SEcT I 1 end st,; furnished rooms. |1,23 per week up; lodging, 28c, 85c and 800 per night- 10-1 tf ITiOR BENT—NICELY ENRNISHED LIGHT 1 housekeeping rooms; cottage; no children, 827 s. Flowers si IjlOR RENT THE MENLO; ELEGANTLY furnished rooms; baths free; prices low; 421 s. Main st.. opp, postoffloe. if I NOR RENT—PU RNIBHED, TWO FRONT rooms; also outside roohu, |1,80 per week, 818 s, spring st. 4 11 VOH RENT — OFFICE ROOM AND FUR -1 nlshed bedrooms, low rem, at No. 824 South soadway. ;ti TjVIR RENT—TUB I'AKKKK, FURNISHED X sunny rooms; reasonable rates. 421 W. Fourth street. 4.;) ITtOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FURNISHED " rooms; }L5O to 82. NTTTTN'OER'S, 431 S.llooe tf ITtOR RENT—4-ROOM HOUSE, 1(13 RIO BT., : Boyle Height*, ?u mouih. 4-1 14IOR. RKNT-3 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, modem conveniences. 302 E. Washington st, ;i "If OK RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS X: tor housekeeping, «-ti s. Broadway. 2-25U' I, -TOR RENT—EI"UN ISH ED FRONT ROOM on ear line. 587 WolfSklU aTO. l-"«-tf _FOR RENT-LODGING HOUSES "P"lt RENT—A NEW BRICK LODGING I? house, centrally located, *2.">0 per room; also a fine sore room, 35x100 feet, ¥40 per mouth. Apply 188 N. Main st. Vi RENT—STORES lIOR RENT—TWO X and Tennessee. Inquire of McO ARRI A INNES, 'j:< w. Second st., or at It. F. OIeGAR RY'S COAL OFFICE, Ninth and Alameda sts. 31 T.-S.OR REN'I' PA RT OF STOKE. WITH FINE ± show window,on Broadway; excellent loea -1 ion lor jeweler. Inquire at 600 8. Broadway, tf FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS 14IOK RENT—LODGE BOOM AT TURNER hall; every first and third Friday of each month. Inquire ol Janitor. ll.if WANTED— TO BORROW "ttT ANTED—TO BORROW Isooo 10 6(0,000 on gilt-edged real estate security. F. E.,DAVIS, AU'y, Los Angeles Theater Building. It „^EMTISJS^ I>A. DENTAL (JO,, A. J. STEVENS, MANA gar, makes a specialty of crown and bridge work and painless extracting, a good set of teeth 326 s. Spring. Telephone 1103, tf AIiAMM BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS, !88)( s. Spring su; painless extraatlng and filling* plate, 98, tO, |10* all work guaranteed; established 10years; hours,B-5; Sundays, 111-12. ITS lt. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST.REMOVED • to Stimson i>lk., cor. Third and Spring. Tel. 45. fjIRANK stevens, s. spring sr., JC open days und evenings; also Sundays; elec tric light. DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, WS s. SPRING st., rooms 2, ii ami 7; painless extraction. PHYSICIANS - TAR. DOHA king, Herman - English \J Specialist; diseases of women; all irregulnri ties restored; treatment confidential; cure guar anteed. 4 111 S. Broadway. ti-H-Uo MRS. E, c. I'HNSK, M. D . HOMOEOPATH Eleetrie bath, "I. one eleetrle hath free, lor ladles only. 7;U', s. Spring si., Lea Angeles, > nl | |< il'ir,. hours ie lo II :i. m.. 3 lit 4 p. in. 4- l.'i CHIROPODISTS Miss .1. F. ALEXANDER, CHIROPODIST, . treatsfoet: gfvessalt glow, ruasaagi 1 hours, 0 a. ni. to Bp. m. 215 and sin Wilson block, First and Spring sts. ,1-2 TAB. ZACHAU—DISEASES OF THE FEET 1 J SSI s. Spring st. (l-2ii PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC. I>A I I NTs FOR INVENTIONS OBTAIN ilf> In all countries: bought ami sold, S. J. DAY .t CO., patent attorneys, room Bj, Kryson blk. tf KNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLICITORS: free book on patents, 424 Byrne bldg. 0-22-8 FINANCIAL Rates for edvertlssments nnder tiii** classifica tion -1 time a centa tier line; t week, 80 cent* per line; i month, $1 per line, IBACIPIC LOA X CO -LOA N8 IN ANY amount ON ell kinds ef collateral security, diamonds, jewelry and neel skins, also nn pianos, furniture nnd houaeh-oM goods in private, longing and boardtnii nouee* or hotels wlthenl removal. Partial pay ment* received. Money quick; business confidential; prlvut * office lor ladies. \\". }•:. i»K- Gltooi. manager, rooms 8 and 4,114 8 Spring it, IrNION LOAN t o. stimson Block. Loans money on all kinds of collateral security; watches, diamonds, seal skins and furniture In lodging and boarding houses and on pianos « ithooi removal; uisoon bonds, stocks, mortgages; low In ternet; money at once; buatnnasconfidential; prl« j vale offlce for ladies; room 111, CLARK X, SHAW, manager rooms m gad 112 fir-I Moor; Stimson block, fcf rpHE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN so a elety of san Francisco will make loans on Im proved city and country property. on loans of (3000 and under, certificates ot tiiie from the Title Insurance and Trust Co. will be accepted, making tha FXpenaes on such loans very smalt. Building loans n specialty. Apply to it. G. Ll NT, Agent, 227 w. second. Won IP. COHN- J» The Los Anceles Pawnbroker, 140 N. Main St., loans money on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, firearms,pianos, libraries and ail other collateral securities; also sells tin redeemed pledges for money loaned and one month's interest added; make no mistake, It Is the n-liabio L. B, COHN, the Los Angeles pawnbroker, 0-10 TUTONEY to LOAN, LONG OB SHORT TIME, .ivl. on furniture, piano--, diamonds, watches, jewelry, live stock, carriages, real estate, etc.; private ortlce: business confidential, Tor ladies or gentleman, CHARLES c. LAMB, 228 s. spring st., Btowetl block, roomso6andB7. 44 MON BY TO LOA N IN ANY A MOD NTS on diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, safes, lodging-houses, hotels and private household furniture; low Interest; money quick; private olliee for ladies. O. M. JONES, rooms H and 13, 243)1 S. Broadway, adjoining City halt. 4-18 I>OlN DEXTER <t WADSWORTH BROKERS, 808 W, second st.. buy and sell stocks, mort gages, bonds and any good securities; if you wish to lend or borrow or Invest in real estate call on us; collections made and properly managed for non-residents, 2*itf MONEY TO LOAN- CITY OR COUNTRY property, BJ-J to s net; personal not ta or so. curity; mortgages bought and sold. If you have money to loan or wish to borrow any nnmiuU call on JOHN J.. PAVKOVICH, 22QW. first* if 1 oans AND DISCOUNTS—WM. G, TAL .I J colt. BIG Bradbliry block. Thirty aod 00-day loans nn bonds, collaterals, negotiable securities; rates reasonable, -i-io cod >RATIONAL LOAN AND I N VKSTM ENT CO. I loans runner on all kinds of collateral secu rity; money quickly; business strictly confiden tial, Rooms 65 and ok, Bryson block, fifth floor. John MITCHELL JON Ha, manager. 74-lyr zzn " rpo LOAN—MONEY IN BUMS TO SUIT AT 1 reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. itosnv shell. in; s. Broadway. 10-tBtf A PTE It VOI' SEE ALL THE MONEY .it. lenders In the city ami have their rates, call and see what rates are on good collaterals. You will find them the cheapest in the city, 220 Byrne building. 81 .YTANTKn I < AN LEND MONEY <>I T AT > V ;; to io per cent a month; no risk ; absolutely saiv. see me for particulars. p.. a. newlyx, 281 Byrne building, si MONEY TO LOAN—FROM 8300T0880,000 TO toau in sums to suit. No delays. Continen tal Building and Loan Association, 207 B, Hroad way. VICTOR WANKOWSKI, agent. tf. MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car- I riages, bicycles,all klndsof personal and collateral ! security. LEE BROS ,4025, Spring st, 8-21 I rim Loan UNLIMITED AMOUNT for j A. small loans; no commission; light expense. ; SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST Co., spring st. rpO LOAN—siooo ro 810,000 ON REAL ESTATE j A. security. ALLISON BARLOW,I2BB. Broad way. o-Ttf j MEDIUMS _ jj ROFESS( IB PR E D BELL LECTURER AND PSYCHIC TEACHER Successfully gives private lessons in practical oc cultism, hypnotism, phrenology and physiognomy, Psychometry and medtumsmp developed on the true plane. On every Tuesday evening at 8 oclock Professor Bell will lecture at his parlors In the Plrtle blk. subject Tuesday evening, March 81st, Black and White Magic. The public invited. Admission, only 28 cents. Professor Bell Is an electro-mental healer of great, power. Pain ami disease disappear under bis touch and the sunshine of philosophy as if hy magic As a phrenologist and physiognomist Professor Bell IS Without a peer. Full delineation Of Charac ter, With Chart, 81.80, Specially written charts, giving valuable points as to health, future life, with occult laws, |5, 110 Is albo forming a class lv phrenology and physiognomy, aud will take a few private pupils. Ofllce rooms, 80, 31 and 82 Plrtle block, corner Broadway and Fourth st*. Hours, Bto 12, 1:80 tO6; evening* by appointment. Consultation and diagnosis absolutely free. Strictly confidential. * 4-4 I3ROF. W. W, TATI M, TRANCE, BUSINESS, . physical and independent slate-writing me dium, is now located In Los Angeles: rooms at Irving house, 290 8, Hill st.; will hold physical Circle Wednesday evening and trance test circle Friday evening; will give private sittings daily, Sundays excepted, from otBo a. m. to 8.80 p. m. 5-26 M RS. WALKER, i LA I RVOY ANT AND card medium, is meeting with wonderful success, (she invites the most Skeptical to provo her power. All business affairs of life looked Into, j for the advancement of your future. Will organ!xo a developing class and gives readings dally from 8 a. m. to Bp. m. ;stts'_. s. spring st, '.'-17 | MRS. MANDENA. TEACHER OF OCCULT j ami metaphysical law; develops spiritual i aud self-healing power; class and private instruc tions; also clairvoyant card reader, nstrologlsl. Palmistry] trial reading this week 28 cents, MRS, MA N DEN.'., 2-15 S. Spring gt„ room 7. 4-23 T.r GREEN, s. D., CLAIRVOYANT, TEST j TV • ami business medium. Diagnoses disease without asking ip'cstlons, and spiritual healer, j (Jhes sittings dally; u-st circles nn Monday nnd I Erlday evenings; developing circle on Wednesday ! e\ snlng, 2S(i' 4 S, Spring st , r>iom t>. Ofllce hours, j 9to 3. 127 ! MRS. PARKER, PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT I and medium; life reading, business removals, ! law suit", mineral locations, hue affairs, etc. Take : Third st. electric car to Vermont aye, and Vino sV, j second house on vine, west of Vermont avo. B*B3 1 \| ADAME DEAN—FORTUNE TELLING BY ivl cards; one oi ihe greatest in the world; read-' correctly past, present mid future; all husl ness transactions, losses, lawsuits aud all affairs of love. No. 203 E. Fifth St, 4-21 M BS. sa N l-'OBD JOHNSON, TH Kin DE pendent aim* l writer and medium, gives sittings dally at S. l,os AimcN'S St., anil holdn circles on Thursday evening, at a p,m., of each week. Admission 30c. 4-18 MISS LULU HOLUKN, PSY I'll OM K'l'lt IST and business medium. Sittings dally, ex cept Sunday. Office hours 0:80 ». tn. to 4 p. m. Circles Tuesday and Saturday evening*. Irvine House, 230 s. Hill st. 4-21 MILTON m. lyon. 224 south OLlVB clalrvoyant, developing medium; evening I'tigagemrnts by appointment; mediumlstic per ilous i-an consult me by mall concerning their de velopment, o-j rpHK INSPIRED LIFE AND CARD READER 1 has permanently located al the San Julian, top floor, rooms 17-18; has read cards fur many years), ana lo the most learned medium In America. 1"8 E. fl. FRA IM, PHYSICAL MEDIUM. \* Holds public circles on Tuesday ami Thursday evenings; private sittings given dally. 707 Merchant st., bet. Seventh and Eighth sts. 4-12 MPS. I>. N. PLACE WILL LEAVE FOR sau KranclSCO, April ISU Those wishing 10 consult her on any business affairs of life can do SO If they call at onco. 220 S. Hill st. 4-1 MME. NORM AND, HEALER AND LlFE reading mediumi develops medium power; self-healing and how to become a medium ut your own home. 220'j E. seventh st. I 2 MME. GRACE, CELEBRATED CARD HEAD' er. tells past, present and future. Ladles,2s cents; gentlemen, fiOcenta. . Parlors 21 and 21, ">2'.l Maple aye. 4'o MM E. ST ANLE V, CEL EB R A TED CARD . reader; reads your entire past and future; ladies or gentlemen 50e. Parlor 12, 822 8. Spring. 4-17 IF YOU ABE IN TROUBLE OR WANT TO know your future consult Zlngara, the gypsy, at 217 H. Hill st. Olliee hours 10 it.in. to 8 p.m. 4-1 MRS. HA It RETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOYANT card reader. 1 ome and hear the truth. Dow ney blk., room 17. Price, 50c, •) 25 MRS. HARNETT SITTINOS DAILY; CIR _ del Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 488 H. Main st., opp. postoflice. 4-21 A ONES H. PLEASANCE, TRANCE MR dlum, is permanently located at Oat S. Broad way 111 tf WATCHMAKER IrtABE YOUR EYES. BUY A PA llt O V A SthOked glasses; assortment complete nnd prices lower than last year at W.J. UETZ'S, Jew eler, 83« s. Broadway. l-U-7 FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE Pales for ndveriisemciit 1 . under this Classifica tion—! time, ft cents per line; l week, 80 cents per line; I month, gi ncr line. Houses and Lots INOR SALE- R tRGAINS. *li;!i.i- Bonnie Brae lo;. *s,i t I bin v-(lrst rl lot. ■|80>—a-toom house and nice lot, Thlrty-llr<t St. VI-"' H) Lot on G rand aye. >4"im 18 n> on seventh < lose to Main st. several other real bargains. mi: KXCHANGE. 10-a- re fruit ranch, gnod beuae, (dose to city, Ogoio, Want c ity property, B0 acres Chatsworth Park; 12600 against It, Good 8-room house In city for eaevirn property Mlnnerots preferred, other exchanges, W. 11. GRIFFIN, 8-23 tf 118 s p.roialway. [ "INOH sale -NEWS-ROOMCOTTAGES, EAST i V Lo* Angeles near electric csr*t modern lm- I provemenf*; 81403 each; eaay inatallmenta; win take good horse aiid buggy, bicycle or typewriter Inn part of IDs' payment. POINDEXTER A WADSWORTH, 606 W. second. ol TJIOB SA LE—THOSE ELEGANT NEW l 11/ loom cottages with bath ami closets ol Ninth | and Central aye; ?ti monthly. Will ttOUbl* in value In one year, R. D. list, 4-18 12a 1 ... W. Second. "1740R SALE li AY E YOU PROPERTY TO .a? *e!l or rent? it youwanl quick retirn* see me, Don't bring tiny dead pieces nr ask fancy prices. I sell ami UdVOrttflS everything that 1 handle. R. a. NEWLYN, 281 Byrne building, tf tjlOH SALE—AT A BARGAIN -HOUSE AND 1 lot, S-room house, painted Inside and out, lot 40x140, all f 'liced. Shade trcea and fruit trees nn lot. 8850 cash. W. J. JONES, ffidwln st., Santa Fe aye, Take horse car from Santa Eedepot, 81 "1.-soi; sale IF you wish to BUY any .1 property In the city for investment or specu lation, or place or borrow money on good city prop erly you tuny make money by consulting Richard AltSCbUl, 123'j W. seer,nd st. lu-lhr-sat If Libit SALE -- N ICE 4-ROOM KOUBE AN D A. lot, 80x185, wilh stable, trees, etc , near cen tral nv. el actrlc line, r0r81260, inflO payments. It. VERCH, room Temple block, .sun iocs thurs tf 1.1 OR SALE \ NICE CORNER LOT, CLOSE .17 In, a special bargain. Also a house and lot on one of the best corners in Ronnie lirae tract; one of the heal bargains In the city. McKOON A YOAKIM.2B4 West First street. 31 fjlOß SALE NEAT HOW E, 0 BOOMS, HARD 1 tini-b. tot improved, fruit, (towers etc, ■ olec trtccars west; liouo, terms easy. J. MoLEAN, IS st.. Pico Hetghis, 2 f/JIOU SALE 84000 -AN ELEGANT 7-ROOM .1 house with every convenience. Just completed southwest, near St. James Park, easy terms. ELLIOT A- BARNETT,3BOB. Broadway. if "LIOR HALE lift MONTHLY BUYS A BEAU- I" tlful new 4-room collage. Ninth and Central avenue. It. D. LIST, 12,'t'j W. Second. 3-iM DO NOT PAY RENT, BUT BUY A HOUSE on the Inst all ment. plan from A LL] BON MA P. low. 123 s. Broadway, 12-18tf "IjlOR SALE A NIC); 5-ROOM, HARD-FIX- I house; lot 88x143; trees nod shnibherv. Apply 201 East Pico. tf "ITHHI SALE HOUSE AND LOT. 9W, 1 cash, balance J years. J. E. JONES, 132 Broadway, front. 32 City Lots 1710R SALE OWN YOUR OWN HOME— c»sb. |io per month. XO INTEREST, Lot*OH Fourteenth and Newton sts., l'j miles from spring ut: 1 Elrst sts., In the ESTKLLA TRACT. t2'l"> TO |SW, one block from cars, in neighborhood of neat cot tage bonus, where building restrictions an 1 en forced, thus protecting your property as well as our own; no shanty- [own attachment* permit ted; it presents the combined features seldom seen of close-in properly cheap, at prices and terms offered nowhere else in (his city; cement walks iald and paid for; no bunds or Interest to worry you; Other street improvements made w hen required. These lots are beauties, lie about one foot above grade, affording a perfect drainage; soli a sandy loam; no mud whatever; look at all other tracts, then see the Bstella, Bemember, we charge ab solutely no Interest, an I every dollar paid goes Into your lot; also, that our prices are 2ft per cent, cheaper than surrounding bus. Title perfect; cer tificate with each lot. For all particulars apply to P. A. STANTON, 115 S, Broidway. Tel. .164. tues-tburs-sun-pit I.IORSALE GItI DE R A* DOW'S T ADAMS ST. TRACT. Till: TRACT OF HOMES 84 choice residence lots unsold are now offered atOSOJtO S j 110 fon easy payments; 609 lots have been sold and over 25J homes built in the past is month*; a school building that cost over 617,0)0 and a fine church are located in this tract; nve miles of streets, graded, curbed and side walked, and lined with 20)0 lovely shade and palm trees; city water, electric lights; modern street cars with 10-mlnute service; tody 11 minutes' time from business center; four 80 foot streets uml one pvi-f< o; sire •! : tot 4OXIBO to alley; high and sight ly location; rub loam soil, no mud: Don't buy for a home nor mi investmt nt until you see tho •■Ad imssi Tract." Fire carriage from our of llce. Telephone 1230, For map.-, prices aud views of this tract, call on or write to ». RIDER A DOW, 4-2 ISO s. Broadway. 1.1 OR SA LE— A NEW DEPARTURE We now offer to furnish purchasers ot lotsin the Alexandre Weill tract at their option, with policies of 111 sura nee ot Ibe Title I nsuruUOe and Trust com pany ior t be t vi 1 amount of the purchase price of the lots bought, nr with unlimited certificates of title guaranteeing the tith- In Alexandre Weill, free and clear of all encumbrances. Lots front 8300 up on small cash payments and eaay monthly installments without interest. Clerks, working men, laboring men. mechanics, motormen, con ductors, engineers stop throwing away your money on rent and remember ihe same payments win In a few years make you the proud possessors of your own homes. Just ask yourwifeauouf it and get all the partb Mors from RICHARD \ LTSCH UL, sole agent, i-.» ; . w. Second st., Burdick blk, if cod SALE- ORANGEDALE. Fine 80' foot lots on Twenty-third st.. in \£ block of theeloctrlccars: covered with bearing orange trees; strcetsgraded and graveled, cemenl walks and curbs; at 6470 to 6800, on easy terms. See them before you buy, GRIDER A- Dow, 4-2 ISO s. Broadway, SALE — CLANToN TRACT. 8550—Choice residence lots in this beautiful trad at 8580, With a small cash payment, tin* bal ance on long time. Th" streets are nil graded, graveled, with cement walks and curbs. Located on Fourteenth st , San Pedro and ClantOU sts.; only a few miuutos'walk to tne business center. Free carrtagt s. GRI DEH A: DOW, 4-2 tyo S. Broadway. SALE - GRAND BARGAINS ijroo - Large 60-fOOI lot on Twetit> -iilnth St.. in one block of the electric car.'. at 1300 —yj-5 cash and tbe balance at flO pur month; street graded and graveled; cement walks and curbs, and sprinkled. Carriages from our office, G RIDER A DOW. 4-2 130 8. Rroadwny. ■ lOR SALE A GREAT SACRIFICE- MUST .1 go at *rj its value, t bat beautiful lot two blocks west of Second ami Spring sis.. Sttitabls for high grade flats or residence. Price only $ttoiH). hec GILBERT, room 210, B, E. cor. of Second and Broadway, or address P. O, box 249, city. 320 ti .) BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE PROPERTY m, of any kind go to HEN WHITE, 221 W. First at, 81 J7AOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. BAB : sett it smith. Pomona,Cal. 6-30 if Business Property SA LE— BROADWAY LOT. We have a choice piece of property on this Hue street, centrally located, now iti Ihe heart of the business center. We are offer ing this property at such a low price thai w ill make the lucky buyer a handsome profit w- it ttl rt a short time. CLARK & BR V A N, 127 W. Third st. 7tr Country Property -JjlOR SALE VALUABLE WALNUT RANCH AT RIVERA, 02»u ACHES 12' a acres in trees about 18 years old. 4'J acres In trees about 7 lo 10 year* old. 8 acres in Susquehanna peaches also iv bearing. This ranch Is In the walnut toll and is In tbe highest stute of cultivation, abundant free water right; all necessary ranch buildings and agricul tural Implements on the premises; Immediate possession if desired; liberal terms. Walnut pro perty is especially valuable; no known peias af fect tbe trees and the crop need not necessarily be marketed wl harvested; it will keep. Tha pro perty will be divided it desired. Apply to R. v. LUNT 4-17 227 W. Second st. I, lOR SALE -SAN GABRIEL-ONLY A FEW ft and 10 aero Uncles leit; water ritrbl. Now I* the time to bnjV Xt you have anything tosell or trade sen E. ir, 146 s. Broad way, if I FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE dnPntes for advertisements under this classlflea- W"i i time, A cents per Hue; I week, 30 cculs per l f\i cj i month, ?l per line. Country Property FOI BALE- SO ACHES IV WALNUTS, ("caches, prunes and nga, near city, railroad, sehoorgmj church: moist soil; as Una as the sun shines an; in bearing; healthy, vigorous growth, nt ?'.'■! tin acre and t he cosl only of prepnri ng, pi a nt lujj and Ringing to its present productive condi tion: this orchard needs no Iriigat Ion; you are n»v wading invwater and mud nine months out of the year,up your center ofgravlty ( to keep life In your trees; besides paying as much for water as the profit on your crop'; I have had yean of pracl I cal uxperlenae, and l know what t am saying when r tell you, .Mr. Tenderfoot, that there Is not, an acre or ground, in this country of climate that is worth mo c tfon *"<:' un acre;'the ordv curse resl . Ingon this beautiful land ts the outrageously ex orbitant price of raw land demanded by these shv locks who arc Ml Ing ir, nnd you temierfeet ore th<* deluded victimtwho are furnishing the pound of flesh. Paste this in your bat and address OWNER, W. CiT. U. bldg., room 2. tf ITIOR SALE—4BI ACRES ANTELOPE VAL ley choice fftrming land, artesian belt, nenr Lancaster, nnder certificate from state; only J2..V1 acre; asking gjo to Mo acre on township. school end government lands all n\ er state . Established iss;,. information sent. WISEMAN'S LAND BUREAU, 321 West Ist 31 FOR SALE—BO,OOO ACRES OF FINE FARM anil fruit land in s»u I,uis Obispo counts'. Applj to ELLIOTT .v. BARNETT, 330 8* Broal way* P 17108 SALE — BEARING ORCHARDS, LAN kerabtm ranch; easy terms, A. W. WRIGHT. 32* S. Broadway. -_>Htf FOR SALE—LIVE ST OCK^^ "JjlOR SALE— AUCTION SALE OK "1 HORSES. I will si ll at public auction at Agricultural par* on Tuesday. March Si, nt 10:80 v , Ul| grj \-, oaf \ of cx lrH tine work horses, from I lo 7 years old ; all well broken; used to heavy «ork. Weighing from t_*>U to iioo pounds. D. FREEMAN, Owner, 608 s. spring st., Los Angela*, E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer. 8-81 — ■ - ■ ■ ■ - ___—.„... .i_i_! ! JSi FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS f/iOlt SALE- SPLENDID CAMPING OUTFIT .1 fir hire or w ill Belt, consisting of two good match horses and harness, 13-8 spring wagon, made especially for camping, with every possible convenience, Jusl the thing for one or two Invalids who would like to travel and camp. Term* vert reasonable. W. P. BOONEY, oft Bloom st., Los Angeles. 4-1 ITIOR SALE - ENTIRE CONTENTS OP . 8 room house AT AUCTION, Wednesday, April Ist, at 2p. m. 521 S Broadway, DE OAR M O, 4-1 Auctioneer. I .TOR SALE-NEW WHITE, NEW HOME EldrldgO R and olher makes, at 620 to SHI. on ibe no agent plan; 81 per week payments, WHITE SEW iNG MACE IN E. OfHoe 28* S. Spring. 8-20 IjlOR SALE DON T YOU WAN VTO BUY OR sell your office or store fixtures? Yon will b<i wise to call at headquarters of counters and Shelv ing. B. CLIFFORD, t"'s s. spring. 4-1S 1740R SALE—ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK ELES vator ai a sacrifice. Inquire at Hermit business oiilce. lft*tf 174 OH SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES to suit at this ofllce. FOR EXCH A NGE—REA L ES TA TE ' TT/lOR EXCHANGE Oil s.\ LE — M V WES I E BN .1 addition, adjoining Baptist college grounds, be. yond West Lake park. Here is an opportunity to buy iv a fashionable and rapidly grow Ing section of t he city at acreage prices. A I so mv oast side ado it ion,over 200 acres: 1 ho acres are in gum trees planted seven years ago. In *04 I sold Ho- v ood uncut for |1400; last year I sold the woo I on the part no! cut the year before for 81480, Th Ii grOund will pay s per cent on what 1 will sell It for now and 18 percent iv ft years; the yield increases with age, It I* within 3 miles of tin- center of th * city. If yon want productive acreage property with a good future, being available for residence, this is your opportunity. Also 168 acres fruit and alfalfa lands at 820 per acre. This ground Is situate In the finest and richest section of the state, being five miles di reci ly east of Fullerton, nnd under tin; union Ana heim water ditch. Also 70 acres grain land near Perrls. Also 4 acres immediately sotCh of city in Lugo tract. As I am obliged to sell, here is an opportunity to get property* at a great sacrifice. HENRY T. HAZARD, NO, 0, Downey blk. ITIOR EXCHANGE-TO ACRES, ADJACENT lo thriving town in Michigan, on Grand Rapids and Indiana Hy. Will trade for unincumbered property or stock of goods here. This land can Oh platted and double your money. Address M, bog 2-. Herald. ;>l I7»OR EXCHANt IE OR SALE —EQUITY OF6*OB . in new modern cottage; 5 large rooms, bath, re ception hail and large closets; Vermont avenue, corner lot 80x178, 20-foot alley. Your own time on balance at B per cent. Bargain on equity. Addre* M, box 70. Herald. 31 17V HI EXCHANGE 12-ROOM FLAT AND LOT til feet front, close in; also good ID-room house and lot near car line for land or vacant lots. R. VERCH, room s<i Temple blo?k. sun tues thurs tf lionI ion EXCHANGE- exclusive agency for eastern manufacturer. Will take city or country property for part payment. Address s, X., Herald office. a-tf *) EXCHANGE OR SELL PROPERTY QUICK mmt go to BEN WH ITE, 221 W. First st. 81 FOUND T7IOUND- FBIDAY MORNING, ON E LA DIES* JL gold watch. Owner can have some by prov ing and paying ior this advertisement and trouble, i all between 3:80 and 4 oclock at La Grande depot. JAMES HEASLIP. 31 lOSTI OST—GENT'S SILK FOR; ONYX CHARM. J Finder return lo DOOtor Tnieworthy, room 824, Byrne block*, Third and Broadway, and get re ward. 4 2 I- OST—ON BROADWAY. A LADY'S FEATH. _ er boa. Return to Hotel Broadway for re ward. 31 I OST—ENGLISH SETTER DOG. RETURN IJ to Llewellyn Iron Works and receive liberal reward. 1 lOSTI OST—A LADY'S POCKETBOOK. WITH IN. J IlialsS. 11.; liberal reword. Address 214 N. Mi.mi -i. ;ti STORAGE DRY AND CLEAN STORAGE POR house hold goods, pianos, trunks, etc. city Ware* house,o7s Upper Main st.. C. T. SMITH, Proprie tor. Tel '140. tf ASSAYER AND CHEMIST rpHE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE AND X Chemical Laboratory, 124 H» Main st, it. A. PEREZ. E. M„ Manager. 4-10 1 -■- ' . ". "— '?™'-J-!!-.-'i*~-'*.'Z?*--~B A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W B ROUSSEAU A MONTGOMERY, AI tornpys-at - Law, 403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. 4-5 DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING MME. J, BRUEOGER, fashionable dressmakor, reopened dressmak* Ing parlor*, -'IM'., s. Spring st.: leading Parisian fashion magazine* on baud; linest work guars n* teed; reasonable prices. 4 FURNITURE Ljioil ha I.ft 1101 sftiloi.l) WHttITURS, etc., nt auction, Wednesday, April ni. at l p, m. 521 H. Broadway. UK UABKO. i i a upLioneer. T— : — —1 MACHINE MANUFACTORY \T ON BKBKJSV MANU V ACTUHIW CO., MI "J.W K. Hecotld kl., inittuifii.rt itrors of app.'ial ntaohlueryi did, and niodOls! uuly ai-irnrato work; una i anlrril. rr —1 BICYCLES Si.aiwks *'w>r > ifavb thi-: aTTbnci? . for llolav BluyulM. em XV, fifth ,k 8-10 i : —— rr. ; 1 1 —a CARPET CLEANING Si KAM OABPRT UI.KANINa. SBWtNO ANO laying, John 11. ItICHAKDS, ISON. Sprint, i i i. in:; $-» if Stockholders' Meeting mHK ANNUAL MKKTINO OK THBSTOCIiD 1 bolder, of th, Preclploe Canyon Watpr com pony will held Wadnealay, April i. isoa, at i» ooloek a. m., at th, Ottlcoof Hip company at l.a piaDda Pork, Lo, Angelea ooun,y, t'alltornlo, for the pnrpOß,of election of director, to aprvp Tor the ensuing year, and such other business asiuay come before the mooting. Hy order of ,b0 president. 11 ft It M \ V BLATZ, Secretary. Poland Address t?r\rU PARISH'S I\ULt\ DRUIi STORE, Water i f iti BROADVVA^ EUREKA OIL CO. South Broadwgy Froducer* and Dealer, in OIL. FUEL OIL. OIL.