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CHy Branch Agraciet I THE HERALD - to after t* Mcamaotat. tbe public Th« RanM mm .Cb»t>H.he4 bmnoh xencius, wbere c*pM at mm Dally and Soaday wtU ba an ule and adaaa. mmm and aubKrtptHnu takaa and farwardad at mm VAaln office us won an received Ta.ee branch acencle. do not include tee kaa> tradeafbaek atoreaaad tn» atanda la alt taaaj true city where The Herald 1. also for eale. aOTI.E HEIGHTS T.. DONXEIL, Newsdealer, 210» Eaat M afreet. BAST liOS ANGELES MRS. K. C. TH acker, NawadaaMt, m 'North Daly street. SAX FERNANDO STREET VKINNIE'S PHARMACY, ltM Malta, neado atreet. WESTLAKE PARK DONALD A. ROSS, Neersdealer, tIM Watt Seventh street. VmVERBITY H. S.. PAKK, Dnigs, Btatlonerr, Mta I fo.tofllcn batl'llnft. SOUTH CENTRAL AVENUE CHICAGO I' TARMACY, corner C.Mrrj avenue and Twelfth street. I i = CHUBCH NOTICES en. OLIVE 0 at. opp. the park. Open every day In the year, toativ servlae at 10 a. ns. The clergy will respond aa all calls for the offices of the church for strang ers er visitors, without respect to crerd: burials, aaarriafes, baptisms or visitations of the sick. Use af the church cheerfully given Ireo for funeral services. Tel. 143 ren\ tl NOTICES DECORATIOKS- SPECIAL NOTICE lam ready to submit and execute plans for nit kinds of La Fiesta decorations. Estimates furnished for decorating any building or store froat la tbeelty. Ko two designs will be alike, and I respectfully solLcltyour decorating patronage. Will color In candescent or gas globes in Fiesta shades and have secured from the executive committee of La Fiesta the exclusive right to place Japanese lant ern decorations on and along t lie following streets: Main street, from Plaza to Sixth; spring, from Temple lo Hlxlli: Broadway, from First to Sixth, and First. Second, Third. Fourth Fifth and Sixth streets, from Mam to Broadway, lanterns to be rilfccsd every four feet apart. For information as o price and for estimates, call on or address Ef). •.Webster of the kcstle hustle ad- VRBTISINO CO., 244 & Broadway. BUSINESS NEWSPAPER—THE DAILY Journal; a business newspaper, publishing all tha county official records, real estate transfers, mortgages and liens, building news,contract work, financial news, and all news relating to the re aeurees and development of Southern California and the great territory of the south west. One dol- Isr per month, or in advance 910 per year. Ti~ W. Ptrst St., Los Angeles,Cal. e-1 tf NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER Co. will strictly enforce the following rules: 'lfi. hours for sprinkling are between the boors of C and it oelock a.m. and ti and Boelock p.m. For a violation of the above regulations the water will be shut off snd a flu. of 92 will be charged before the water will be turned on again. 4-29 WHITE QUEEN ONIONS, NEW CROP, grown with Cobb's Magic Fertilizer, put up lv 2-pound bundle*, for 5 cents, warranted to keep hung up for a month if needed: average Blze of a sliver dollar. Samples at S. LEVY', 261 s. Main st , Los Angeles. lo ABEPTOLIN— DR. CYRUS EDSON'S AL leged cure for consumption seems to be proving Itself a success; cases treated at cost of tbe remedies used for one mouth, by DR. PILKINUTON, The Winthrop, ») • • 330 s. Spring st. -yj 1 HE ItVA-COSMOS- The M. K. system. For 50 cents a month you can read .Mi leading magazines at your home. Cull at 4SO H. Broadway. 5-g IUK HAVE A SUBSTANTIAL PROPORI TT Hon for ladles or gentlemen with medical tendencies to represent us In the eastern ststes anJ on the coast. SALI'BRITA MEDICAL CO., 1 ill H re son blk. 20 h EXCHANGE—FEED AND SALE STABLE; 1 buy and sell on commission horses, wag ons, harness, hay and grain. Advances made, stallu for rent day or mouth. 508?£ s. Broadway. 5-7 rAMES SPRING, Carpenter and Builder. All kinds of repairing neatly dove to order. . 5-12 439 8. Flower St. OJ. DAVIS, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. . Houses built for cash or installment plan. Money to loan to parties contemplating building. 408 3. Broadway. Tel. 1141 Main. 4-!Mf THE SUPREME LODGE OF THE FRA ternal Brotherhood, rooms 26 and 20, Pirtle blk. A first-class organizer wanted. 4-21 TB. FROVA, PRACTICAL CHIMNEY • sweeper. Residence 700 Macy st., Los Ange lea. n-s rpBY A MEAL AT X Restaurant, 314 s. Main si. Our motto pure and good food, quick service. 5-11 MASSAOE^NDELECTRICITY •%7-OU CAN BUlj.d'up YOUR OoNSTITC 1 Hon till It resists disease; maladies are flout ing around us ready to attack weakness; escape; keep blood and skin in good condition; take elec tric vapor bath with Swedish massage. MRS. I)K. MAYER, 10-2 517 S. Broadway. EDITH ANWAY. FORMERLY' OF BOSTON gives genuine alcohol rubbings that are health, ful and refreshing; no rivals. 223 S. Maiu st., room 2. c-15 MISS LOLA PRESTON', FROM THE EAST gives massage. 233*. E. First st., rooms - : and 3. 3, MASSAGE AND ALCOHOL BATHS-208 Winston St., upstairs, one block east of post office, between Fourth and Firth sts. o-ti MISS REYIRVING, ARTIST; PHOTO-TlNT ing and mounting; new style. 120 N. Main at., rooms 2 and 5. 5-s rpHE FRENCH LADY ' FROM 'J'JII'J - jfSBT X Seventh SL has removed to 220;., K. Fourth at., room 10. 20 MISS OLLIE MOORE, 131 E. SECOND ST , rooms and 5. gents' mending. 19 MAGNETIC TREATMENT GIVEN BY H competent lady, X2SJ, E. Seventh, room 4. 4 9 MISS MAY RUSSELL—THE NEW HELL, man, room 7. 5_U IBS MAY STONE GIVES ALCOHOL baths. 202 -V Main St., room 17. 5.22 h SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL J baths. 127 K. Third St., parlor 11. US G1 RACE ROBINSON - NEW HELLMAN I" Main street, rooiu 3; massage. 22 ' JULIA MANSFIELD, MANICURING, ROOM 8, l2ii North Main. n, r—t 1 1 1 EXCURSIONS ONCE A WEEK PERSONALLY CfJNDUCT ed excursions lo Chicago, si, Paul, .Mjnueapn. Da and all eastern points, leave Los Angeles every Thursday via Southern Poclrtc. I nlon I'aeirl'c. "World's Pictorial Line," snd Chicago and North western railway, crossing the Sierra Nevadas and paaslng all points of scenic Interest by daylight Upholstered tourist cars of latest Pullman pauern, llghtad by gas, and run through withuut change. Competent conductors accompany eaeli party Faatest time. Lowest rates. For tickets and berth reservations, apply to J. H. PEARMAN Manager. G. 9. Herr. T. P. A„ 221 s. Spring .1 . Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Pacific tts-n PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED excursions via Me Rio Grande and Kuck ial and route, leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, eros« tha Sierra Nevadas and pass the entire Rio tirande scenery by daylight We have a tourist sleeper running through to Minneapolis and St. Paul In connection with every party. Our Boston ear stops ons.day ut Nisgara Falls. Office, 138 a. Spring at. BURLINGTON ROUTE-PERSONALLY CON ducted excursions io ihe east every Wednes day over the scenic line oi the world ; upholstered tourist cars without change. T. 11. DL'ZAN. JPOIR SALE—LIVE STOCK £ liWl SALE—A BAY HORSE. WEIGHT f oboot van lt»: gentle, no trtciis, good tfotWr- K. • years old; for sale cheap or will exchange for Jjf; araoarles. 4U» W. Twenty-eighth st. tf fe ' PLUMBERS Bfc nsXAMK A. WMINtHANK, PLUMBER AMD Wi; JB mmWHm, 2*9 E. faaoond at. Tat. UN. HELP WANTED—MALE Kates for advertisements under this classlt.es tlon—l time, 8 cents per line; 1 week, SO cents per line; l month, #1 per line. . successors to PETTY, HUMMEL * (XL, KM PLOY ME NT AGENTS, £00-302 W. Second st., In basement California Bank Bldg. Tel. 509. Office hours from 7 a. in. to 7:80 p. m„ except Sundays, MEX'S DEPARTMENT Boy to milk 3 cows and chore, 110, etc.; fierman hoy. 1H to 18, light ranch work, 812, etc.; solicitor; right hand hoc down; shoemaker; ranch liana, ff2o etc., (Swede). HOTEL DEPARTMENT Maker and distributor laundry; all-round cook r dishwasher, f.1.50, etc per week ; extra pot washer ami extra dishwasher and pantry helper, $1 [>'■: day, etc.; man and wife, boarding house, country; elderly man to cook for - or 3, 810 etc. 11 Or E L nEPA RT M KNT- FE MA LB Pantry girl, ell v. M week ; extra waitresses Fi esta week |t.Bo per day; forelady. llnisher and body ironcr for laundry," country, 3 women, wages *1.55 to *1» per week, "employer here tomorrow ; woman io run shirt machine and take charge of Ironing room, Arizona; extra waitresses liesta week ; waitresses, steady, Santa Barbara, $20, etc.; woman cook, boarding house, coun try, 825, etc. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT Laundress, family one ilay each week, f1.50; housegirl. Tehnchepl, Newhall and 4 places city, light work, Sl5. etc., small families; family cook, I fl, etc., per day; six houseglrls, city, |20 and *|B t etc.; housegirl. family 2. 820 to 825, etc.; exper ienced nurse for two children, $2S. etc.; references required; housegirl. Canadian preferred, family 2, |2A t etC. ; nurse for twin babies four months old, ?16, etc. HUMMEL BROS. A CO. WANTED— TEN BOYS OR YOUNG MEX from each school or college in the city to work a portion of the time for The Herald. Twen ty-five cents in cash M 111 be paid for each new name, and every canvasser will have an opportu nity to wiu one or more of the following prizes: one (100 first-class bicycle, a gold hunting-case watch, a six months' scholarship In a business collage, double-barreled breech loading shotgun, S3O suit of clothes. |20 overcoat, round trip to San Diejroor Catallna and return. Either of the lat ter includes a fnte dinner at the C'orouado Hotel or Hotelde Avalon. 8 11 If "IVANTED - SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TT for appointment for young men In railway mail service. Examinations soon In every state. Particulars about all government positions free. NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE, Washington, D. C. s-=s "ITtT"AXTED — BOY ABOUT 17 WITH SOME tV experience In the furnishing business come well recommended. Call between 10 and U a. rat. BROWN BROS.. 249 and 251 S. Spring. 15 WANTED— SALESMEN— (100 TO |12* PRR mouth and expense*; sample line; position permanent, pleasant and desirable. Address, with stamp, KING MF'U CO., F. 73, Chicago. MP WANTED— YOUR PATRONAGE, BELl able help furnished promptly. REID'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 125 W. First st. tf Xjl. T. CASEY A CO., 11|H S. BROADWAY, XU employment office; we furnish reliable hotel and household help. tf COOKS' AXD WAITERS' FREE EMPLOY ment Bureau, 252' ; B. Main st. Rooms 4 and t« 15 WANTED— HELP FREE—27 SITUATIONS, 820S s. Broadway. E. XITTINuEK. HELP WANTED—FEMALE^ MUST HAVE HELP. WE TT pay men and women (10 to (IS iver week for easy home work. No books or peddling, steady employment guaranteed. Send stamp for work and particulars at once. HERMANN A SE\- HOUR, 213 South Sixth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 4-7 3t n wk "TrrANTED-15-YEAR-OLD GIRL TO ASSIST TT In housework; low wages, good home; to he like one of family. 215 E. Fifth st. 5-8 WANTED— A GIRL TO ARSIST IN LIGHT housework, 1011) s. Broadway, second door south of Tenth. lti TTTANTED--A YOUNG (JIRL, 14 to 16. OA RE tt ofcnildren. Apply 90S Hawkins at., near Workman. tf SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE "V|TA NT ED—POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER, TT correspondent, salesman, etc.. by an experi enced man, has had long experience in wholesale fruit business in southeast; would ko to country ul tra vel; would keep small set of hooks at night. ALABAMA, Herald office. 0 WANTED —J A PANESE COOK, GREAT experience and steady, wants a place. Ad dyets w., box it). Herald office. i SITUATIONS WANTBD-PBMALB WANTED— POSITION AS or to do general housework ; would prefer to be In the country; applicant Is a young woman with 3-year old daughter. Address X., Pasadena Herald office. 15 WANTED - LADY FROM THE EAST would like position as housekeeper. Call from 4 to» p. in. 34* Hill st., room 3. 18 TTTANTED—RY A WIDOW-A POSITION T T as useful companion to a lady, (20. Address MBS. A. MACK, Los Angeles. IS WANTED— BY A WIDOW, A POSITION AS useful companion to a lady; (20. Address M Its. A. MACK, Los Angeles. 18 WA Nl ED—A GENTS WANTED— LA DV SOLICITORS FOR GOOD Helling article. Address F., box 40. Herald office. 15 _ WANTED—PARTNER TJtrANTED— PARTNER -"WITH S600(f~ OR TT upwards,secured by stock alone; business legitimate,established and v monopoly; no expe rience essential, but partner can he actively em ployed and handle his own money. Address V box 60, Herald office. 15 ESTATE^ WANTED— A LOT ABOUT 50X169 AND 30R 4 room house, and I will not pay over ?500 or MOO for same, and I want to pay HQ down and 112 or CIS a month. I don't care If this is out In the suburbs, just so it is convenient to net to town. Answer soon and address X, box s'), Herald office, li WANTED— A KEATING BICYCLE, 95 PAT tern. Must be in good condition and low price. M f box 30, Herald office. tf WANTED— A SMALL BABY TO ADOPT; not over 2 weeks old. Address R,, box Wi, Herald office. lti Los ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, I?£ corporated. occupies the entire fifth floor of the new Currier block, 212 W. Third at,; largest, oldest, best; elegant and commodious rooms, in tensely practical courses of study, able and expe rienced specialists as teachers, complete e«pii|> rneiits, perfect lighting and ventilation, rooms heated by steam, first-class elevator service; five courses of study—commercial, shorthand and typewriting, preparatory, telegraphy and assaying; the school Is thoroughly live and progressive; it Inspires as well an teaches; day and evening ses sions; Individual and class Instructions; successful graduates; fine class of students; visitors cordially welcomed; lull Information,personally or by mall. E. R. SHRADEK, pres. E. K. ISAAC'S, vice-pres. 1. N. INSKEEP, sec. 2-26-7 WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN corporated), 22s S. Spring si., 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 Vacuity 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 exiwrleneed stenogra pher. Write or call for Illustrated catalogue and full Information. G. A. HOUGH, president- N. G. FELKER, vice-president. MRS. ADELINE DUVAL MACK'S SCHOOL of Elocution and Dramatic Art, SIS s. Pearl st, formerly of Washington, D. O.J special terms to schools; thorough vocal training; private les I sons or classes; also dramatic training for Lheatrl l cal profession. 4-3-»7 F ROE BEL INSTITUTE (CAS ADE ROSAS) training school for kindergarten; also school for boys and girls of all grades; opens September 23d. Apply to MADAME LOUIS CLAVEHIE. 8-7-ly BOY N TON NORMAL. FOR TEACHERS only, begins September ISth; teachers aided In netting positions; teachers, governesses and tutors supplied. Room 52fi Stlmson block. ti-Sotf LOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL FOR klndergartners. Fall term September istb, MRS. N. D. MAYHEW, (79 W. Twenty-third sL Mg IJiTON SCHOOL FOR BOYS, NO. 188 W. PICO U»! HORACE A. BROWN, LL. B. HARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONES 1003 W, Seventh st. 8-6 CHIRbPOpiSTS * ItX treats feet; gives salt tfiwr, maagsge; hours, fa.m.to 8 p. m. 2i» and 2is Wllaon block. First and Spring sis. a-2 I)^VB^sS"et? IBEABIW ° W TVS F JJ, T , LOS ANGELES. HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING* APRIL 15. 1896. I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Rates for advertisements under thin classlfloa tlon-l time, 5 cents per line; l week, 30 cents nor line; 1 month, 8l per line. Jj*OB?S ALE^BY"bJEJ^tVH | | Restaurants, all locations. It* Saloons, some bargains, tl Fruit stores, close In. 1 1 ,irnrPr ' rSi sn:n '' Dlll^ftiu * JJ Wood and coal yards. Oft hedging houses, all prices. «J Bakeries, paying well. Uouses an( * lots everywhere, Vacant lots, groat bargains. %, |/\i w \ Properties t*» exchange. If you want 4km\f\w\w to buy, sell or exchange properly of any kind ko to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 15 "IjIOB SALE- KESTAI'HAN T, SPRINO ST.; JP large, nicely equipped; all while help em ployed; clears a net protit of over $100 » month; run by present owner for 7 years, never offered for sale before; suitable for lady or gentleman; bona i Hde business no risk: business is established; price $600. BEN WHITE, IWi W. First St. 15 SALE— llakery and grocery now doing $1000 business per month: clearing 910 per day: long lease, low rent; cheap at $750. a. B. WALKER <fc CO., 12-15 lm%H W, Second st. ISOR SALE—DRIMi STORE; MI ST RE SOLD; best proposition on the market; investigate. TIIOS. N. I .Oil!'. W2 Stlmson bldg,, Los Angeles. IS SALE—LOI)(i 1 Nl> HOUSEO9 If NICELY a furnished rooms; pays $-V> monthly profit. For sale at n bargain. Apply 239 E. Fourths!, 16 SALE-CIUAR STORK AND DRINK stand regardless of value; death .calls me; come this day. 4123s B. Broadway. l(i (1 OF FEE AXP LUNCH PARLOR, SFLEN DI I> ,'delicaev store Price |40.*. A bargain. Maho ney A Robinson, CM B Main st. 19 (iRKAMKKI .Bl 111H KiOs A VIH Hl* hSh . Market, lino business, invoice K2SO, Mahoney «ft Robinson, 426 S Main st, 15 ITIOR SALE-PATENT FOB SALE; QUICK ' returns and nig profits. Address SLAYTOX WALKER, Riverside, Cal. 4-25-96 XIOR SALE —mO—A BUSINESS CLEARING V 9100 monthly; no competition. See Hen White, 221 W, First st. 16 ITIOB SALE-CITY NEWSPAPER ROUTES, . Apply C. O. SPRENti, Herald business office, tf T^ORSALE—AT A SACRIFICE, 810 FRUIT JC store; a bargain. 208 W. Third st. 17 l/OR SALE-JOB PRINTING OFFICE; BAR JC gain. Address 11., w. Herald office. 17 TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS SEE I. D. BARNARD, 117' i S. Broadway. (GROCERIES, FRUITS ETC., BIG VALUE Tfor 8225. Mahoney & Robinson, 15 ASSAYER AND CHJZMIST^ THE HI-METALLIC ASSAY OFFICE AND Chemical Laboratory, 1-4 S. Main st. It. A. PEREZ, E. M.. Manager. 5-10 Dealers who do not advertise in The Herald are giving their competitors a dangerous advantage J> RO FKSSt >It &?WTXR LI N3 —THE CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT- Is in the city, ai 413 \V*. Ttli st, advice and assistance to benefit you. The professor challenges tlie world to prove his equal. He reads the future without mistake, gives valuable advice, on all affairs of life He overcomes your enemies, removes evil influences, heals family troubles, restores lost affections, causes happy marriages with the one you love, correct information on law-sjits. divorces, mar riages, business speculation, names of friends and enemies; also of the one you will marry. His suc cess in the past proves ills superior ability to help you now: being sucessful in all cases where others have often failed. Thousands of people have neon made happy hy his aid and advice. Tin- professor is not required to return to such method* as charms and such trash, and does not wish to he classed with card-readers, etc.. but a life reader from the laws of science, which is clairvoyant 1 y, '1 hose who have been deceived hy pretenders mn;;t not give up In despair, hut consult the pro fessor at once; you will find him reasonable in prices, and all business private and confidential. Letters with stamp answered. Office, 414 \V. Seventh st., between Hill and Olive sts. Hours from »a. m. to!) p. in.; Sunday,tt a. in. to 8 p m. No clairvoyant sign, only name of PROFKESSOII B. W. AKLING on window. 611 PKOF. FRED BELL, LECTURER, PSYCHIC teacher and electro-mental healer, gives pri vate lessons In occultism; also develops mediums on the true plane. Pupils in phrenology prepared for public work. Astrological and phrenological charts written j terms reasonable; consultation tree, strictly confidential. Parlors. 60, m and 13, Plrtle bl'k, cor, Fourth and liroudway. Hours, fi to 12, 1:80 to 5; evenings by appointment P Prof. Bell has engaged the Friday Morning club hall, 330' ; , S. Broadway, for Sunday evenings here after, and will deliver a course of lectures on ad vanced subjects. Prof. Bell Is open to engage ments to lecture in surrounding towns on reforma tory topics. IT MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT AND card medium, Is meeting with wonderful success, she invites the most skeptical to prove her power. All business affairs of life looked into, for the advancement of your future. Will organize a developing class and gives readings daily from 9 s. m. to Bp. m. 316?., S. Spring st. U-17 W GREEN, S. D., CLAIRVOYANT, TEST • and business medium. Diagnoses disease without asking questions, and spiritual healer. (Jives sittings daily; test circles on Monday and Frlflay evenings; developing circle on Wedriesduy evening. 28« 1 £ B. Spring st., room 6. Ofllce hours, Btofl. 4-27 MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, THE INDE pendent slate writer and medium, gives sittings daily at 628 s. Los Angeles st., and holds circles on Thursday evening, at 8 p.m., of each week. Admission 50c., and will take a few pupils for piano lessons. 8-13 MADAME DEAN—FORTUNE TELLING BY cards; one 61 the greatest in the world; reads correctly past, present and future; all busi ness transactions, losses, law suits and all affairs of love. No. 205 E. Filth st. 4-21 MISS LULU HOLDEN, PSYCHOMETRIST and business medium. Sittings daily, ex cept Sunday. Office hours—9:3o a. m. to 4 p. m. Circles Tuesday and Saturday evenings. Irving House, 220 S. Hill st. 4-21 MME. NORM AND, HEALER AND LIFE . reading medium; develops medium power; self healing and how to become a medium at your own home. 229'g E. Fourth st., room 10. 20 THE INSPIRED LIFE AND CARD READER has permanently located at the San Julian, top floor, rooms 17-18; lias read cards for many years, and Is the most learned medium in America. 4-22 MISH KATE LAMPMAN. THE CELEBRA ted young trance medium, has returned for n month and will give sittings, dally, at her home, 232.'a Winston st.; test circle Monday night. 17 MME. GRACE, CELEBRATED CARD READ er, tells past, present and future. Ladles, 25 cents; gentlemen, 50cents. Parlors 24 and 25, 528 .Maple aye. 5-6 MME. STANLEY. CELEBRATED CARD reader; reads your entire past and future; ladies or gentlemen 600. Parlor 12, 822 S. Spring. 4-17 IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT TO know your future consult Zlngara, the gypsy, at 217 S. Hill st- Office hours 10 » in. to t* p.m. 6-1 MRS. BARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOYANT card reader. Come and hear the truth. Dow ney blk., room 17. Price. 60c. 425 MRS. HARNETT—SITTINGS DAILY; ClR cles Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 433 8. Main st., opp. post .dice. 4-21 AGNES H. PLEABANCE, TRANCE ME dlum, is permanently located at 834 S. Broad way 19-tf CARPEJ^C^A^Q C<l EAR CARPET CLEANING, P laying. JOHN H. RICHARDS, 190 N. Spring. I Tel. 1343. £ttf 'Tl' I —, . - ,„ , . m BICYCLES FOB BALK -'M COLCMBTir~BIoToW?. model to, brand new, rally guaranteed, iauure*, w., DOX W, uerata once. n, (3 LARfISK A CO. HAVE THE AGENCY D. tor Belay Btcrclce. ra W .rittb, ak no FINANCIAL Rates for advertisements under this classifica tion—l time, i cents per line ; l week, 30 cents per line; 1 month, 81 \wr line. ACI AN*" A WTY amount on all kinds of collateral security, diamonds, jewelry and seal skins, also on pianos, furniture and household goods In private, lodging snd boarding houses or hotels without removal. Partial pay ment s received. Money quick; business confidential; private ofllce for ladles. W. E. I>E- U ROOT, manager, rooms 2 and 4, 114 S. Spring st. IfNION LOAN 00.— J Stlmson Block. Loans money on all kinds of collateral security; watches, diamonds, seal skins and furniture in lodgimc and boarding houses and on pianos without removal; also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low in terest ; money at once; business confidential; pri vate ofllce for ladles: room 111. CLARK K. SHAW.manager rooms ill and 112 first floor; Stlmson block. tf rplIE OKRMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SO- I clety of san Francisco will make loans on im proved oily and country property. On loans of|soooand under, certificates of title from the Title Insurance and Trust Co. will he accepted, making the expenses on such loans very smaJL Building loans a specialty. Apply to R. G. LUNT, Agent, 227 W. Second. 6-lstf ON EVERY SATURDAY EVENING AFTER March 2S the State Loan and Trust company will be opened from 7 to 8:80 p. m., for the benefit of Its iutereit-bearlng depositors, which are re ceived ot :t, 4 and a per cent per annum. The sale deposit department will also he open during the same hours to accommodate Its pa t rons. 5-4 TB COHN- Jm The Los Angeles Pawnbroker. 148 N. Main | st . loans money on diamonds, watches, jewelry. I firearms, pianos, libraries and all other collateral securities; also sells unredeented pledges for money loaned and one month's interest added; make no mistake, it is tho reliable L. B. COHN, the Los Angeles pawnbroker. 0-10 TpOR SALE— " School bonds of California. Sctiool bonds of Arizona. City water bonds of California, corporation mortgage bonds. II By NATIONAL RANK OF CALIFORNIA. MONEY TO LOAN-NOT BY THE BAR rei or bushel, butanyamountdeslred, on real estate, furniture, watches, diamonds, pianos, live stock, etc., long or short time, interest reasonable; private ofllce; business, confidential. CHARLES C. LAMB, 226 8. Spring St.. en trance room 7. ft-li MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS .on diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, safes, lodging-houses. hotels and private household furniture; low Interest; money quick; private otHce for ladle*. O. M. JONES, rooms 11 and \b, U&H S. Broadway, adjoining city hall. 4-16 I>()INI»EXTER A WADS WORTH BROKERS, 805 W. Second st.. buy and sell stocks, mort gages, bonds and any good securities; if you wish lo lend or borrow or invest In real estate call on us; collections made and propert" managed for non-resiOents. 23tf MONEY TO LOAN-CITY OR COUNTRY property, > l , to 8 net; personal notes or se curity; mortgages bought and sold. If you huvo money to loan or wish to borrow any amount call on JOHN L. PAVKOVICII, 220 W. First. tf "VTATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO. loans money on all kinds of collateral secu rity; money quickly; business strictly confiden tial. Rooms W and 9ft. Bryson bioek, fifth floor. JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manage*-. 7-3-lyr 7 P YOU TtAVK ANY FIRST-CLASS STX'U -1 riiit'M, morigages. bonds, stocks or notes for sale, or wish to make an Investment ot tills kind address It. Al.'M HL'L, lISM W. Second it.. Bur, dick blk. Wed A Sun tf flto LOAN—MONEY JN SUMS TO SUIT AT I reasonable rates. WILLIAM V. BOSRY SHELL, 107 S. Broadway. IOISIf TITONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, Ira. watches, jewelry, pianos, Jive stock, car riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BBOS., 412 s. fsprlng st. S ill mO LOAN—UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOB 1 small loans; no commission; light expense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 2a 8. spring st. TITO LOAN-» 1000 TO tIO.nOOON RE AL ESTATE X security. ALLISON BARLOW,I2IS. Broad way. 0-Ttf BUSINESS PERSONALS FINDING MONEY.' That's what people say who have tried a small ad. in The Herald. They don't cost much, but the results arc simpiy marvelous. In tills popular de partment The Herald has made a stain of mor<* than 20U 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 Calilbrnla, try a small ad. In addition id the immense and raptdly Increasing circulatlou or The Herald, its sales by newsboys, on trains, at hotels and summer resorts, make it the advertising medium of the Pacific coast. Look ovdr these small advertisements today. They will interest, you and may uiako you some money. Tomorrow try one. The results will be both sur prising and satisfying. 8-Stf I>E RSONAL—RALPHS BROS --GOLD HAR flour, tl.ou; city flour, HOc; granulated sugar. IN lbs, ||l brown sugar. 19 lbs., ,1; I) lbs. rolled wheat or oats, 25c; sardines, 5 boxes, 25c; toma toes. 4 cans, 2fie; 7 bars German family soap, 25c; 5 gallons oil, HSc; gasoline, 05c; 3 packages morning meal, 25c: lard, 10 lb. can,lisc;l2 lbs. beans, 25c; 0 lbs. rice, 25c. OOOS. Spring at., cor. sixth. 6-20 WE DO IT-MAKE HANDSOME FLUFF rugs of your worn-out carpets. Call or write for circular. PACIFIC RUG MANUFAC TORY, on s. Broadway. 3-28-117 PERSONAL— B. MORRIS PAY'S THE HIGH est price for gents' second-hand clothing; send postal; will call. 111!;' Commercial St. 6lt • PERSONAL— REFINED AMERICAN WID~ ow. aged 42, of good address, wishes tbe ao qtialiitaucu of respectable middle-aged single man of some means and good appcearanrc; object, so cial enjoyment nnd friendship. Address MRS. ANDREWS, box 80, Herald office. WHY PAY A MERCHANT TAILOR JB5 FOR v suit when you can get the samo thing for $12 at tho Misllt Clothing Parlors, 124 W. First at., Wilson block. 4.14 tf MRS. PARKER, PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT and medium; life reading.business removals, law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Take Third st. electric car to Vermontave. and Vine SV. Second house on Vine, west of Vermont aye. fl-48 MISFITS AND UNCALDED FOB OAR. moms at less than hair your tailor's prices at the Misfit Clothing Parlors, 12« W. First at., Wilson blocK. 4-14 tf PERSONAL - NEW PROCESS - IRBEOU laritles. from whatever cause, cured without medicine, instruments or pain; sure cure; tl t"oat ment; home. »19 Grand aye. t-a-u PERSONAL-HIGHEStFprICES PAID FOR »*?S!*a. land gent's second-hand clothing. Mits. Bessie, 7oo; a s. spring st- 42s I3ANTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER for (6 anil M we sell for Uat the Alisttt, cloth- Ing Parlors, 124 W. First St., Wilson block. 4-14 tf DELISTS I >A. DENTAL CO., A. jTsTEVENS, MANA JL ger, makes a specialty af crown and bridge work and painless extracting. A good set of teeth tt. 226 s. Spring. Telephone Ilea, tf ADAMS BBOS.—DENTAL PARLORS, MU S. Spring sv.: painless extracting and filling', plate, t6, |g, fin- all work guaranteed; established 10 years; hours, s-s; Sundays, 10-12. FRANK STEVENS, fß4* S. SPRING ST., open days and evenings; also Sundays; elec tric light. XT^^•^*^7^3El^i^B'i , . ÜBirß.'BHtmtf AJ at., rooms 5, c and 7; painless extraction. DE DORA KINor"cnSRMAN". ENGLISH specialist; diseases of women: all Irregulari ties restored; treatment confidential; cure guar anteed. 446 S. Broadway. 6-6 -m T.R. It. O. COLLINS, OPTUALMICOPTIOIAN, U with the Los Angeles Optical institute; eyea examined free. 125 s. spring st. RUPTUBE CUBED WITHOUT DETENTION from business, DR. WHITEUILL, IUK 9. FOB SALE—LODQINQ MOUSES FOR BALE—LO DOING HOUSE; GOOD HEA son for eeliing. ( all or address 104 •, Lot An alee street., cor. Tlrst. 4-40 FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE Kates for advertisements under this olaasifVa r Hon—t lime, Scents per line; 1 wee It, 30 cents tier line; 1 month, 91 per line. '• j^h^xcha7iue;^-~' COUNTRY AND CITY PROPERTY 120 acres patented land near valley Ceuter. Ban Diego county, valued at 11560, and will also Hie i purchase on 160 acres government land adjoining, making In all USO acres line kvn<t, all tor 81750, of which MO must he cash, balance good long time, or good exchange. Also, 50 acre, alfalfa ranch, south. Improved, close in, near two railroads, #800ti; cash #2000, balance good properly here or elsewhere. 'j<> acres Riverside, improved; price ?3500; want Value in or issar city; will assume. 6-room cottage, Long Beach, equity 9T"iO, balance (MM) on time; want house in city; this surely a snap. • tt-roorn hOUSS on W. Thirty-third st ;*oquity 81500; what leave you. IS acres near .Lemon station, and spadra, MMO; Income 81500; want Missouri property. 20 acres San Bernardino county, 82000; all clear; want small bouse In city AJssoa hundred other proposition*. Call, see what we have. J. L. ADAMS *. Co., 12 15 128 S. Broadway. raOS KM'HANUE 4p* Houses and lots, everywhere. e> rr •> Varantlots, all prices. f>»> Rnnches, large and small, t) fc Lodging houses, cheap. Business places, all kinds. Properties of all kinds for sale and exchange. List your property at once. BEN WHITE, lo 221 W. First st. XnOR EXCHANGE—BARQAIN jx io-ACRE .I 1 full tearing fruit ranch, with 6-room plastered house, barn, water, stock; a good place, at East Ontario: 146001 for small house and lot or vacant lots In city or eastern. Some choice bargains In fruit ranchi s at Ontario,fgftOO to f 10,000. EDWARD ERASER, 218 S. Broadway. 23. TflOR EXCHANGE — SOMETHINO IN EX- I change for good 5-room, hard-finished house; hall and hath; two lots, each SO feet front; title good] value. Woo; In San Bernardino city. Ad dress 6iX N. Fair Oaks, Pasadena. 13 "TEIOR EXCHANGE —AT A BARGAIN; An 11- Jj room house on Temple bet. Pear) and Free inont st*., rented for £31 a mo. Call on 11. KIVEL, 127S S. Los Angeles sl. 22 FOR KXCHA.nGK—EXCLUSIVE AGENCY for eastern manufacturer. Will take city or countryproperty for part payment. Address S.E., Herald office. 6-tf t> EXCIIA NGE OR SELL PROPERTY QUH EC mmi go to BEN WHITE,22I W. Ist st. 15 FOR EXCHANGE—MISCELLANEOUS Under this heading subscribers to the Herald may Insert an advertisement of 60 words or less, four times, free of cost, provided the advertiser Is not n dealer in the article or goods advertised. C H ANfiE—CO"M EST IB LiTfRE EC H artichokes (cynura neolymus) worth 85 cents n dozen, also plants of the same, also Texas um hrellas and acacia trees 2 years eld, tor anything you have. FELIX VIVLE, cor. E. Main and Grillin aye,, East Los Angeles. 18 FOR EXCHANGE- A WELL ESTABLISHED grocery, vulued at about flOOQ: will exchange for a lot valued at about 8300 or 8400 and balance cash, or for house and lot, or for all cash. Inquire ot 92S E. Third St., Los Angeles. 15 1808I BOB E XCH A NGE—A GOOD OAS RANGE ! wltlt water hack for a roll-lop office desk; will pay cash difference. Enquire at 648 CftMKGr 89> IflOR EXCHANGE—A HORSE AND BUG gy, or fine gold watch and chain, for lady's wnecl. Call or address 1481 s. Main. ft (jIOR EXCHANGE—A 270-EOG HOT WATER ' santn Ana* nenhator, used twice. Address HOT WATER INCUBATOR, Herald office. 15 I NOR EXCHANGE — WANTED —TO EX* ■ change, second-hand open buggy for light spring wagon. Inquire at 218 Vlgnes st. FOR^R^T^IWUSES^^^ Ttvm RENT-HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS, BARN JP chicken houses, hakery with brick oven ready for business, with I 1-4 acre* of ground, fruit, nnd shade trees, on l-'irst st., Boyle Heights. V A Hutchinson, 330 S Broadway Is 3JSOR RENT—THE CHEAPEST H.ACK IN " town for mattings, lltiolfutus ami window siiadrs; carpets cleaned and laid. THE MAT TING MART, 501 S. Broadway. 7-10 IriOß HENT-6 ROOM HOUSE. IISs VICTORIA ! st. ALLISON BARLOW, 113 s. Broadway, tf TJWH RENT—FURNIBHE?) VI'ITE, FRONT I and back parlors, yery desirable forgenlleman and wife or two gentlemen, in a modern flat, on electric line, live minutes south from city hall; electric lights, (fas, ba.h and telephone: front rooms: no children. Address No. 1 COLONIAL FLATS, Eighth ami Broadway. 5-8 17IOR RENT- ELEGANTLY FURNISHED " rooms, transient, close in; also single rooms. THE WAVERI.Y.I27 E. Third st. 4-2.> IrtOß RENT—THE MARIPOSA, 321 E. SEC ' ond St.; furnished rooms. fl.2j per week up: lodging, 2Sc, 2ic and Stic per night. 10-1 If FOR RENT-THE PARKER, NICELY FUR nislied rooms, reasonable rates. 421 \V. Fourth st. (I FOR RENT-NICELY" FURNISHED. LABOR rooms, very cheap Apply dWS E. Fourth st. le FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING IT UN [SHED rooms; (J1.60 to J2. NITTINGER'S, 451 S. Hope tr FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS; NEW house and furniture. No. 3:18 Cluy .st. 12-1315 OR RENT-FLAT OF 3 BOOMS, PARTLY furnished. 55J S. Main st. 11l FOB RENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for housekeeping, 626 s. Broadway. 2-25tf IrtOß BENT—2 or 3 NICE FUBNISHED ! rooms. 772 Ban Julian st 17 FOR RENT—STORES TTSOB < OliT NINTH C and Tennessee. Inquire of McOABRv A INNES, 227 W. second St., or at I). F. McGAR RY'S COAL OFFICE, Ninth and Alameda sts. 31 FOR RENT-PART OF STORE, WITH" FINE show window, on Broadway; excellent loca tion for jeweler. Inquire at M 6 s. Broadway, tf FOR BENT-NEW BRICK STORE; 25x100 feet, with steam power. 314 E. Second st-ls FOB BENT—A BTOBE AT 55» S. OLIVE ST. 1" FOB RENT—THE LOUISE BLOCK. NEW; built for a first-class lodging house; 50 rooms. Apply to OWNER, at premises, 520 Broadway. 1-tf FOR RENT-LODGE ROOM" AT TURNER hall; every first and third Friday of each month. Inquire of Janitor. 14-tf VroflCE OF SALE OF ORANGES—SEALED _Ln proposals will bo received by the under signed at bis office, No. 401 Currier building, city of Los Angeles, until 12 oelock noon of the 15th Inst., for the purchase, on the trees, of the crop of seedling oranges belonging to the estate of Mrs Charlotte M. Rowland, deceased, being the pro duct of about 500 trees on eight acres, more or less, included within the home place of the late Char lotte M. Rowland, In the Rancho La Puentu, where oranges can he Inspected. The purchaser will bo required to remove the oranges from the trees nnd premises on or before tho 15th day of May, 1806. Terms of sale, cash to the highest bidder. The right to reject any and all bids Is reserved. (Has. FORM AN, administrator of tho estate of Char lotte M. Rowland, deceased. 14 FOR SALE-rDON'T YOU WANT TO BUY OR sell your ofllce or store fixtures? You will be wise to call at headquarters of counters and shelv ing. R. CLIFFORD, 808 S. Spring. 4-18 FOR SALE—SURGICAL AND DENTAL chairs and operating tables; bargains. W. HTOTT, 280 S. Hill. 15 FOR SALE—ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK ELK vstor at a sacrifice. Inquire at the Herald business office. 12-tf FOR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES to suit at this office. SJMSBBSSH '■ II lii 1 , ii I ■ POULTRY . POULTRY WA S NTKD - RANCHERS WILL do well to call at the Los Angeles Poultry yards east of tbe river on Rio St., south, about 800. Highest price paid in cash. J. Y. JOHNSON, pro prietor 4-18 286 E. Second st.. manufacturers of special machinery, dies and models; only accurate work; guaranteed. , CLEAN wpOlTiniHri^ XJ bold goods, pianos, trunks, etc. City Wars j£USof«l*B4* F Main St., C. T. SMITH. Propria- . FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE i- Hair", for advertisements under this elasslflea r Hon—l lime, 5 cents per line; 1 week, 30 cents per line; I month, ». per line. Houses and Lots n IT on S.AI.K-OVKR 15 PER CENT ON AN P JF investment nf $4500; 11-room house and lot; part of lot leased for term of years at $40 per !f month ; house will rent for $3u per month, hut now occupied by owner; will take hufldlng lot worth ' $1000 to $1500 as part pavmeut, balance cash. tl. B J. 3IEME It A CO., room $21 Byrne building. 1& c -- —■ — ■ Jj*°B SALE 5-room house, Wall st., near Fifth, for cash; c; cheaper than any property on the street. % N. il. WALKER * CO.. 12 r> W. Second st. UIOR SALE $1000; COSY COTTAGE. 5 ROOMS, J ' J: east view, lot improved, flowers, lawn, etc; electric cars; west; ?3un cash required. J. Mo : LEAN, Esu, Pico Heights. is ? T\o NOT PAY RENT, BUT BUY A HOCHE YJ on the Installment plan from ALLISON BAR LOW, 123 S. Broadway. 12-13 tf TTIOR HALE-3-ROOM HOUSE-LOT 80X125. Biggest bnrgaiu in town. Less than cost. N. B. WALKER * CO. 124$ lIIOR SA 1,1; a NICE 5-ROOM, HARD-FIN " ished housp; lot 38x141; trees and shrubbery. Apply 201 East Pica tf City Lots FOR 8 ALE—GRIDE R dt BOW'S ADAMS ST. TRACT THE TRACT OF HOMES 64 choice residence lols unsold arc now offered at $300 to $1000 on easy payments; tioo lots have j bean sold and over 250 homes built In tho past IS ! months; a school building thai cost over $17,000 \ and a flue church are located In this tract; live miles of streets, graded, curbed and sldewalked; [ and lined with 2000 lovely shade and palm trees; city water, electric lights, modern street cars with 10-mlnute service; only n mluutes' time from business center; fnurW-fnot streets and one ■ 100-foot street; lot 40xi;iu to alley; high and sightly ! location; rich loam soil. DO mud. Don't buy for a i home nor for an investment until you see the "Adams-st Tract." Free carriage from our office. Telephone 1290. For maps, prices nnd views of this tract, call on or write to □RIDER tt now, is 180 S. Broadway. JpOR SALE JUST THINK OF ITI Tiie Alexandre Weill tract offers choico bnildlnx lots on Eighth. Ninth and Twelfth streets, near < entrai avenue car line, 35x190 to alley, at $30u, $825 nntl $350, on small cash pay incut and monthly installments of only $10. No interest charged on deferred payments. Only one hundred lots left of the original four hundred, and when they have been disposed or such a chance to get a home within walking dis tance at low prices and upon easy terms may nev erolTeragain. Title absolutely perfect. An un limited ccrtilicate of title or a policy of Insurance Ot tho Title Insurance and Trust Co. issued with every agreement of sale. For maps, price list and all particulars address RICH ARD ALTSCHUL, 7-e o dtf W. Second st., Burdlck blk. -J7IOR SALE— SPECIAL BARGAINS IN VACANT LOTS $250-lx>t In Brooklyn tract. tfim— Lot in Houthside tract. ■850mLot in Woodlawn tract (Tory fine.) 1685—Lot in Crmston tract. gflO— Lot on W. Eleventh st., 02x122. WeO SptopW,Eleventhtt.,fronUon two streets $1000—Lot on Union aye., near Eleventh st. ERNEST <t. TAYLOR, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance. Room 412 Bradbury bldg. 12-10-If) JflOR SALE— CLANTON TRACT $550—Choice residence lots in this beautiful trnct at 1650, with a small CASh payment, the balance on lone time. The streets arc nil graded, graveled, with content walks and euros, Located on Four teenth st., Snit Pedro and Ctanton sts.; only a few minutes' wnliitothe business center. Free car riages. GRIDER «t DOW, 10 189 s. Broadway. yOR SALE— ■500—Lpt 40x131. Ninth si., near Central aye. 1500—Lot -10x12.*., Towne aye. ■500—Lot 50x180. DelOng st , near Fourteenth. Hso— [#rge tot. Ninth st„ near Central aye. & 1200- Lot 6&X140, Ninth st., near Centra: aye. nIOOO—S lots In oil well district for cash. Come and buy cheaper than at miy time. N. B. WALKER *t CO., 13-16 i25! 3 W. Second ht. •pOR SALE GRAND BARGAINS $800—Large CO-foot lot on Twenty-ninth St., In one block of the electric: cars, at |300— ?2."> cash nnd tho balance at $10 per month ; street graded and grav eled * cement walks and curbs, and sprinkled. Car riages from our office. GUIDER * DOW, 10 180 S. Broadwity. jCTOR SALE— OR ANOEDALE Fine SO-foot lots on Twenty-third St., In M block of the electric cars; covered with bearlnc orange trees; streets graded and graveled, cement walks and curbs; at $475 to $800, on easy terms. See them before you buy, GRIDER rfc now, lfi 13'J S. Broadway. -171 OR SALE—A GREAT SACRIFICE -MUST 1 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 210, S. E. cor. of Second and Broadway, or address P, O. box 24*, city. 320 tf FOR SALE—A CHEAP LOT ON PATTON street, in the oil district. P. L. HIIIDELER, 223 W. Second st. * 17 IHOR SALE-WE SELL TIIE EARTH. BAS* f SETT .fe SMITH. Pomona.Cal. 6-28 tf Business Property JIOR SALE BROADWAY LOT. We have a choice pinco of property on this fine street, contrally located, now in tho heartof the business center. We are offer ing this property at such a low price that will nuil,«t the lucky buyer a handsome prollt within a short time. CLARK £ BRYAN, 127 W, Third SC. 7*t aOfC/V-NICE LEVEL LOT, READY FOR iPtJ «I" building, sewered and graded ; Bartlett st. near Pearl st.: worth double; sure investment, see BEN WHITE. 221 W. First s;. 15 0 BUY, SEL.LOH EXCHANGE PROPERTY, go to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 16 Country Property ■JTIOR SALE— 10,000 ACRES. Finest ranch in California, bordering on Pacific 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, wal nuts, prunes, corn, beans, etc. Will sell the whole or lv small tracts. D. FREEMAN, Owner, 5-4 608 S. Spring st„ Los Angeles, FOR SALE-30 ACRES IN WALNUTS, peaches, prunes and Hgs, near city, railroad, school and church; moist soil; as line as the nun nhineson; in bearing; heslthy, vigorous growth, at $25 an acre and the cost only of preparing, plant ing and bringing to its present productive condi tion; this orchard needs no Irrigation; you are not wading in water and mud nine months out of the year, up to your center of gravity, to keep life in your trees, besides paying as much for water as the profit on your crop; I have bad years of practi. cal experience, and I know what 1 am sayiug when 1 tell you, Mr. Tenderfoot, that there is not an acre of ground In this country of climate that ls worth mo. c than $50 an acre; the only curso rest ing on this beautiful land Is the outrageously ex orbitant price of raw laud demanded by these shy locks who are selling tt, nnd you tenderfeet are the deluded victims who are furnishing tbe pound of flesh. Paste this in your hat and address OWNER, W. C. T. U. bldg., room 2. tf 1 VALUABLE WALNUT RANCH AT RIVERA, 1 • 62,-i, ACRES 12' a acres In trees about 15 years old. 42 acres In trees about 7 to 10 years old. ' 8 acres in Susquehanna peaches also in bearing. This ranch ls In the walnut belt and Is in the highest state of cultivation, abundant free water right; all necessary ranch buildings and agrlcul tural Implements on the premises; Immediate - possession if desired; liberal terms. Walnut pro perty is especially valuable; no known pests af fect the trees and the crop need not necessarily be marketed when harvested: It will keep. The pro perty will be divided If desired. Apply to R. G. LUNT 4-17 227 w - Second st. 9 TT OR SALE-BEST BARGAIN I KNOW OF, JT by way of a full-bearing fruit ranch of 10 acres - with o-room plastered bouse, barn, watar, stock; a - aood place, worth $4500; on account of death can • ] sell for 30 days at fuao. Ana many ui.be> choice • I homo places in orange and lemon groves at Onta- I rto. EDWARD ERASER, I*B H. Broadway, n FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE Rales for advertisements under tbl. claaitflea oii-i time, I cents per line; 1 week, w cent, pet line; 1 month, tl per line. Country Property TP'£L5& l is£&BLV& «o-aorh alfalfa .r ranch In mete. way down dirt cheap; ■ rue of must sell; some cash, balance satisfactory time; mfPSSI f'k'"' ,'» r " c "'a>-« quick. 3. U Al* AM W A CO., 125 X Broadway. mmt Ii" 0B SA tJ : - BA J* OABRIEL-i.NLY A raw 1 6 and 10-acrc blook. left; water right. Vj.v ia the time vo buy. If you hay. anything to sell or trade so E. K. ALEXANDER, 145 £ Bro»d. ""■ v ' , — tf DB. DOHA KINO; "oEBMAN- BNOtTwH specialist; diseases of women; all Irregularl ties restored; treatment confidential: cureViir. nntoed. 416 s. Broadway. ' Vttt MRS. E. < . I'ENSE, M. P., HOMOEOPATH Electric bath. il. One electric bath free for ladles only. 734!, S. Spring at., Los Angeles' « al. Office hour, lo to 11 a. m„ »to4p. m. Tl"' _._ rfirrjL . LQAT AND FOUND LOST LAST clnity of court, Spring or Main streets, one lady's brown mink lioa. Reward if returned to 114 W. Seventh st. 17 T.IOUND—A BICYCLE—IF OWNER WILL I cat] at 106 N. Spring st. and Identify property fan have same. GEO. E. KESTER. 15 PATENTS, COPYRIOHTS, ETC. PATENTs"fOB INvi^^ION^OBT^NEri In all countries; bought and sold, s J. DAY A CO., patsut attorneys, room S3, Bryson blk, tf KNIGHT BROS.. PATENT SOLICITOR*; tree book on patent.. 424 Byrne bldg. 9-12-6 _ PALMISTS TpROF. A. MY~EBB?'r?IE PALMISt7'*HAS~ X returned to this city and is located at his old parlors, The Norwood, 556 South Hill St., where he wilt be pleaaod to receive his many cheats and friends. g.g A TTORNB YS'A T-LA W B ROUSSEAU A '—~ s ~*- A ttortieys-at Law, 403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. tf MjWCALJNSWUMENTS "IJSOR SALE SOME GOor7"lt ARGAINS IV Ji second-hand organs; good makes. KOHLEK & CHASE, 253 S. Spring st. tf - MU -?!P AL BARGAIN IN A SLIGHTLY USED STEIN" way upright piano. Address X., box 100, Her ald ofllce. ____ PIANOS KNARE AND VOSe'a SONS pTaNwTaT HIRKEL S Parlors is and 19, Plrtle blk. tf _ HOUSE-MOVING \ V. J%.* 113 JN. Broadway. I ====«_. THE ERA OF SKILLED LABOR Men Who Know Bow Arc Always Sin of a Situation. Skilled labor ia iv grontor demand than ever. In some trades It Uat a premium, ami there is a confessed paucity of tha but material. There are vnrlotfs reaeona both for the ecarctty and the demand. Is new and constantly multiplying meobenloal appliances we have conditions that insist on npecinl abllitioa. Home of these Involvo not only a deftness nnd dexterity of band, but a mentnl jpasp of all that ls related or contributory to the end In view. Id others it is simply a special and trained aptitude for but one link in a series to complete the chain. In the process of production eaoh nan has his place, nnd to be efficient each hu man cog in the wheel must keep time with the rest. It is evident that in so perfectly arranged a system the directive skill of tho machine must bo of a high order to run successfully. The superintendence of a large plant under these conditions In volves heavy responsibilities and require* much more than a mere technical knowl edge nf the trade. Here tbe foreman bas to be more than a mechanic The same principle has been recognized in all the professions. In literature, law, medicine, science, etc., education on one point presupposes a knowledge or a study of all other matters related to a special pur suit. In the focus of these we have tho oapable lawyer, physician or scientist. The industrial world hoc to revolve on the snme axis, nod tho suooessful manager of a modern plant has to understand not only what a machine can do and ought to do, but the nature of the material he uses, what its technicalities signify and tbe bearing of other related products on the value of tho one he handles. All tbls If in line with the progress of education. Aside from this, it Is aJao • fact tbat competition demands increasing promo tive powers at a declining rate of time and cost. The best machine and tbe beet man are co-ordinate in modern conditions of manufacture. As labor ia being rapidly released from many of its old form* of hand work, even to the excavating of sew ers and tbe digging of coal, the demand for skilled labor as apart from mere pbys ioal force will Increase. To keep pace with these new conditions we are establishing our manual and technical schools and rub bing up some of tho forgotten duties and claims of the apprenticeship system. They all converge on one point—the era of skilled labor. —Age of Steel. HE WAB IN HARD LUCK. A Gambler's Tale of tha Slip 'Twlat tha Cup and the Up. " Talk about hard luck stories," said a western gambler. "I thick loandiscount anything you ever beard. It was in the early days in Leadvllle In midwinter. Well, I was broke, didn't have a copper, and had strolled into a gambling house to get warm. There were several games go ing on, nnd when I had thawed out a little I walked over to tho faro layout, where I went broke the night before. As I said, it was a very cold night. The snow bad sift ed through the cracks, and I could feel the wind blowing In on my feet. I happened to glance down at the floor, where, by tbe' side of my right foot, was lying What I thought was a quarter. "I had been watohing the game close ly, making imaginary plays. 'I'll MaY 25 oents open on the ace,' I said to the dealer, and in a moment more It won. The deal er handed me two white ohlps. I played again, and again won, and before the end of the deal I had a nice staok of oblps. It seemed to mo I oouldn't lose a bet, and In half an hour I bad a oouple of hundred dollars' worth of oblps before me. "I concluded to cash in, and stacked my chips, pushing them toward the dealer. Be counted them, and looking up at me said, 'Where's tbat quarter you made your first bet onf' I had forgotten all about It. I looked on tbe floor. The quarter was gone. I lit a match, and saw tbat what I sup posed to be a silver quarter was simply • wet spot. It was originally a bit of ice, but the beat from my foot bad melted It. Of course the dealer properly refused to oash my chips."—New York Mail nnd Ex press. A great many persons believe that ante do not sleep. This superstition arise* from the fact that in moonlight nights durfng tbe summer ante have often been seen at work about their nests. 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