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City Branch Agencies
THE HERALD
fn order to •ecommodite the public Tho ImM
too oAabllobe* bros Ml. where cootoo tt
(fee Dally ft&d Snudor will bo on eale and ottnoj
ttoint and Bubnciipttons tokoo »nrt ftirwitrQrOtl to 1
tbm main office (ta soon aa reoetTed.
Thooe branch e%geucles do not Include tm* hWm%>
•reds of book stores and newa stands la all poiea
of the city where The Herald ts also tor sale.
BOYLE HEIGHTS
E. DO EL Is, Newsdealer, 2109 KaOt MM
street.
EAST liOS ANGELES
MRS. E. C. TH ACKER, Newsdealer, %H
North Daly street.
•Alt FERNANDO STREET
M'KINN-lIVS PHARMACY. MM »M Vea>
nan do street.
WESTLAKE park
DONALD A. ROSS, Newsdealer, IiOO We*
(Seventh street.
UNIVERSITY
X. L. PARK, Drurs, Stationery, N.
Postofflcs boUdlnc.
•OUTH CENTRAIi AVENTJE
CHICAGO PHARMACY, corner Centittt
avenue and Twelfth street.
r i —__=a
rnHE HAItMONIAL .SPIRITUALIST ASKO-
A elation meets every Snudriy alicinoon and
evenlns; in their Mneichall, i:;u 8. Sprlitjr st.
Mrs. Ada Foye, pustor. At2:K> a cnnfi-reni-e or
medium meeLiuK, closing with tests hy Foye.
Kvening servicca coumiPiice it*. 7:30, with un in
spirational aUrtrossupuU .*>lediani*,hipan<l Its Laws,
following with U'stu und mussaetes from out' sitirit
friends. Piano solo. Mrs. Sunford Johnson: con.
tralto solo by Mrs. Emma Siaenvood. lit
ST. PAUL'S CHCItCH, TSPIBCOrAIi, OLIVE
St. opp. the pnrk. Operievpry day in tbe year.
Dally service at 10 a. m. 'Llie clergy will respond
to all calls for ihe offices of the church forfltrane;
ers or visitors, wlthoiu resc<ect to creed; burials,
marriages, baptisms or visitations of the sick. Use
of tbe church cheerfully given free for funeral
services. Tel. 143 red. tf
SnCiAf, NOT/CBS
]' A FIESTA DECORATIONS—
J r—
. SPECIAIi- NOTICE
I am ready to submit aort execute plana for all
kinds of La Fiestu decorations. Estimates
furnished for decoratln]; any building or More
front In theclty-
No two designs will be alike, and I respectfully
solicit your decorating patronasre. Will color In
candescent or gt-a KlobfrS in Fiesta shades and
have secured from the v xecutive committee of La
Fiesta the exclusive rlgl it to place Japanese lant
ern decorations on and along the following streets:
Main street, from Plaza to Mlxth; Spring, from
Temple to Sixth; Broad way, from First to Sixth,
aud First, Second. Thlrf t. Fourth Fifth and Sixth
streets, from Main to itiroeclway, lanterns to be
F laced every four feet a part. For information a*
t> price and for estlmati*. call on or address ED.
B. WEBSTER of the RUSTLE HUSTLE AD
VERTISING CO.. 211 S. Broadway.
FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THE CHlL
dren who have been, admitted in the Los An
geles Orphan Asylum since the last publication:
Half orphans—Marguerite Kincald, aged t> years;
Hosa Louis, 13; (.ieojrgia Emmerson, U; Mariana
' llomero, (i; Rulne de Lorle. 8; Emma Mautca, 8;
T'auline Mantca. 6; Frances Mauk-a, 4; Caroline
,<;reen 10; Charlotte Green, .">; Jennie Save, 11;
Mary Save, 10; Bertha Cook, »; Antonio Martinez
fl; Bertha Martinez. 0; Marie Bourdat; Consnela
Domtnguez, 8,
Whole orpbonN-lHsaura Real. V 2: Benita Monua,
13; Frances Monua, 8. SISTER CECILIA.
April 15, ism..
BUSINESS NEWSPAPER- THE DAILY
Journal; a business newsnn pej-, publish i all
the county olHclal records, real estate trans/era,
mortgages and Ileus, building news, contract work,
financial news, and all news relating to the re
soirees and development of Southern California
and the great territory of the southwest. One dol
lar per month, ur in ndvunee 9iu per year. -27 W.
First st., Los Angeles,Cul. u-1 tf
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
Co. will strictly enforce the following rules:
The hours for sprinkling are bftween ihe hour* of
ti and 8 oelock a.m. and und & oelock p.m. For v
violation of the above regulations tho water will be
shut off and a line of f2 wilt bo charged before tbe
water will be turned on agaiu. 4-' i*
WHITE QUEFN ONIONS, NEW CROP,
crown with C<>bb'« Mafjir Fertilizer, put up
in'J-pound buneheß, for 5 etitits, warranted to keep
bung up for a month If needed ; average size of a
sliver dollar. Samples al S. LEV V, HGI S. Main
St., Los Angeles. 15
MESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A'SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief for
painful and irregular menses—from whatever
cause. For sale by GEO. H. FREEMAN A CO..
southeast cor. Second and Broadway. Price 92 a
box.
ASEPTOLIN— DR. CYRUS EDSON'S AL
leged cure for consumption seems to be
proving itself a success; cases treated at cost of
the remedies used lor one month, hy
DR. PILKINGTON, The Wluthrop.
30 ;>.w s spring sU
NERV A-COSMOS-
The M. K. system. For 60 cents a month you
can read 50 ier.diiiij; magazines at your home. Call
at 435 S. Broadway. 5.3
WE HAVE A SUB6TA *sf*TAL PROPOsT
tlon for ladies or gentlemen with medical
tendencies to represent us in the eastern states
andoo the coast. SALUBRITA MEDICAL CO ,
lift Bryson blk. 20
IjIXCHANOE— FEED AND RALE STABLE;
J, buy and sell on commission horses, wag.
ons, harness, hay aud Krain. Advances made.
iSt:UIs forreut day or tuouth. MSii S. Broadway. 6-7
JAMES SPRING,
Carpenter and Builder.
All kmds of repairing neatly done to order.
Ml 43a s. Flower st.
OJ. DAVIS, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
• Houses built for cash or installment plan.
Money to loan to parties contemplating building
40«y. Broadway. Tel. 1141 Main. 4 S-tf
ffIHE SUPREME LODUE OF THE FRA-
A ternal Brotherhood, rooms 25 and Pirtle
blk. A iirst-class organizer wanted. 4-21
JB. FBOVA, PRACTICAL CHIMNEY
* sweeper. Residence 700 Macy St., Los Ange-
* g
TRY A MEAL AT
Restaurant, ;»14 s. Main st. Our motto pure
end good food, quick service. 5-U
ELECTRICITY
YOU CAN BUIsuD l?P
tiontlli- it resisut disease; maladies are float
ing around us ready to attack weakness- escane*
keep blood and skin In good condition; take elet>
trie vapor bath with Swedish massage.
MRS. DR. MAYER.
10-2 517 8. Broadway.
JUDITH AN WAA', FORMERLY OF BOSTON™
li gives genuine alcohol rubbings that are health
ful and refreshing; uo rivals. 223 8. Main at.,
room 3.
MASSAGE AND ALCOHOL BATHS-209
Winston St., upstairs, one block east of post-
Office, between Fourth and Firth sts. ti-U
MISS REV IRVING, ARTIST; PHOTO-TlNT
ing and mounting; new style. 121) St. Stain
et., rooms 2 and 6. j-,.;;
MASSAGE TREATMENT AND ALCOHOLIC
baths by Mist* Winnie Bell, 81" Commercial
et.. room 4. y>
ffHE FRENCH LADY FROM EAST
.A Seventh st. has removed to 2^»' a E. Fourth
et,, room 10. 20
MISS LOLA PRESTON, FROM THE EAST,
gives uin3*r,g'.-. 2'l3'i E. First st., rooms 2
»nd 3. 20
CiOI'THEBN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL
IO baths. 44y.' a ' S. Spring st. f parlora 1-2. 6-16
MISS OLLIE MOORE, 131 E. SECOND XT ,
rooms 3 and 6, gents' mending. I»
* . , —
MISS MAY RUSBELL-THE NEW HELL
man, room 7, 6-6
18S~ MAY STONE GIVES ALCOJIOL
hatha. 202 N. Main St., room 17. 6-22
GRACE ROBTNSOX— NEW HELLMAN,
Main street, room 3: massage. 22
JULJA MANSFIELD, MANICURING, ROOM
H, 120 North Main. 16
_
DOHA KING, Oj:itMA>T- ENGLISH
\J specialist; (lisens-sof women; all Irregulari
ties restored; treatment cjulldantial; cure guar
anteed. 4«i ti. Ero.ulway. O-s-'js
j A, TTQRNE YS-A T-LA VV_
B ROUSSEAU tft MONTGOSIERY, ~
Attorneys-ai> i*aw,
403 Bradbury blk.. Los Ange.ot. tf
HELP WANTED—MALE
Rates for advertisements under this classifica
tion— I time, 9 cents per line; 1 week. SO cents per
line; 1 month, tl per line,
H"~ isi meiTr
successors to
PETTY, HUMMKL .t CO.,
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS,
rtn-3o: w. Second st,. lv basamant
California Bank Bldg.
Tel. 109.
ome* hours from 7 a. m, to 7:31 p, m,, except
Sundays.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Miners, as, etc, per day; boy to milk 3 cows and
chore. Sin, etc.; teamsters, cltv, £i 5, etc.; expe
rienced orchard man, S-.i, etc.; carriage painter
r-per day; German hoy, Jia lo »is. etc.: light
reach work, #12, etc.; solicitors, -5 per cent; ahoo
maker.,
HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Cook, tio, etu. week; good bread baker.sl2, etc.
week; elderl'man to cook an t chore, 110. etc :
restaurant Aailer. ?fl, etc.. week; extra pot wash
er, extra uJebwaaber, helper in pantry, si, etc., per
day; murker anil distributor, laundry; first-class,
all-rotutd cook; dishwasher for city, a; week.
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
Honseairl, family of 4, sua. He.: housegirl, fam
ily °f 2, &!5, etc.; houscelrl.family of i, plain wash,
I SJ>. etc ; 4 nousealrls for the country, |lt, t2i> and
S2-'» etc. ; woman to keep house for man and 3 chil
dren on rane'i, lIS. etc.; » girls to assist, as. eio. fit
and fit, etc.; girl 20 years to care for 2 children,
sl-'i, etc; girl to assist in housework and care of
ehUdffen, fli, etc . close In; houßegirl Boyle
Helcb'.s. f», etc,: cook, family of 5, city, ?•*>. etc.;.
woman fur housework by the day for short time.
I HOTEL DEPARTMENT-FEMALE
IForeladv, woman to finish and body Ironer, atso
starch Ironer same steam laundry, country, high
est wages paid: waitress for 2 meals and do cham
herwork, f_*o, etc. ; cook for restaurant, (2fi room,
ele?; waitress. Santa Barbara, }2l). etc: extra
weftreiscs Fiesta week; woman to take charge of
ironing room in new steam laundry Arisona.
HUMMEL BROS. 4 CO.
WANTED— TEN BOYS OP. YOUNG MEN
from each school or eolieue in the city to
work a portion ol' tin, time for The Herald. Twen
ty-dive cents in casti will be paid for each new
name, and every canvaster will have an opportu
nity to win one or more of the followlnir prlr.-'s:
one sioo first-class btcycle, n sold huntiog-oaße
watch, a six months' scholarship in a business
college, double-barreled breech londlnir sholcun,
S2oault or clothes, 520 overcoat, r jund trio to San
JJiep or Catallna and r< turn. Either of the lat
ter includes a tree dinner at the Coronadii Hotel
or Hotel de Avaion. 811 tf
\irANTED - SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
vv for appointment for youns men In railway
mail service. Examinations soon in every state.
Particulars about all not eminent positions free.
NATIONALI OitBESPONDENCE INSTITUTE,
Washington, D. C. B*ls
'Tir'ANTED-SALES>Ii:N-sioo TO lm PER
vv month and expenses; sample line: position
permanent, pleasant and desirable. Address, with
stamp, KING MF'U CO., V. 73, Chicago. 7-2H
WANTED— SALESMAN, REAL ESTATE
man, omee vporS; butter maker, citar: j
girls, Sl.&»per day, Fiesta week- E. MTTINGEIt,
320 H. Broadway. Hi
WANTED— YOUR PATRONAGE, RELl
ablo help furnished prumptlv. REID'.-i
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 120 \V. First St. tf
E. T. CASEY * CO., 113', S. BROADWAY,
employment olllce; we I'urnlsh reliable hotel
and household help. tf j
WANTED— HELP FREE—27 SITUATIONS, !
s. Broadway. E. NITTINGKR. |
WANTED—FEMALE
Wantkd-wVmust have Tfi'ii.i'
pay men aud women fk> to fc|S [wr week for ;
easy homo work. No books or peddling, steady
employment guaranteed, send stamp tor work
and particulars at once. HERMANN A HE\-
MOUR, 213 South Sixth s;.. Philadelphia, Pa.
4-7 3t a wk
WANTED- 15-YEAIt-OI.I) GIRL TO ASStST
tv housework; low wages, «no.l home; lo
ha late one of family, as E. Fifth at M !
•fTT ANTED-A GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
it housework, ioiys. Broadway, aecond dour
south of Tent li. 18 j
I XTJ-ANTED- A YOUNG GIRL. 14 to Hi. CARE !
vv oi'children. Apply Wis Hawkins at, near
I Workman. tf
SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE j
BOOKKEErEI!, I
vv correspondent, salesman, etc, ny an experl- ;
enced man, has had long experience in wholesale I
Irult business in southeast; would go to country or i
travel; would keep small set of books at nighu
I ALABAMA, Herald ofllce. li j
I •srtr-ANTF.iI -11A It DENIIIE. PRACTICAL. EX- 1
It ncrlenced singly man wauli work by the day ,
or month. Address GARDENER, Herald ofllce. 1

\ITAXTKII- JAPANESE COOK. GREAT
vv experience and steady, wants a place. Ad
dri'ss w.. box il Her iW office, l
SITU.ATIONS^ANTED^EMALE^
Wf ANTED— 11Y A WIDOW —A POSITION !
VV as iisetul componion to a lady, f2). Address!
MRS, A. MACE, Los Angeles. 18 j
WAN'TED-BY A WIDOW, A POSITION AS !
useful companion to a lady; f2O. Address
MHS. A. MACK. Los Angeles. IS j
REAL ESTATE^
WANTED— A LOT ABOIJT GOxToJ AND 3OR '
4 room house, aud 1 will not pay over ?suo or
*ooofor same, and I want to pay J6O down and »12
ot'Jloa mouth. Idon't care If this Is out in tho
suburbs, .lust so it is convenient to get to town.
Answer soon aad address X, box tv, Herald office.
if
WANTED TO PURCHASE-1 HAVE A
Customer waiting with S2100; what can you
1 oiler in the way of a house nnd lot. nice nelzhbor
hood and close luT It. A. NEWLYN, 231 Byrna
bldg. i;
WanYed-rejiember'the numbed;
Z2S-SBI Byrne iiidi;'., the old stand fir selling,
buying and exchanging property; brokers in stock,
bonds, mortgages nnd all good securities. 18
WANTED-TO BUY, A HORSE AND LIGHT
wagon, on the installment plan; not too ex
pensive rig. B. <fc B , 504 W. Sixth st. 17
-ITTTANTED-WILL PARTIES HAVING Ait-
U tlliclaleyes for sale please send their ad
dress to room 7, 334 s. Third st.7 Hi
"TTtT-ANTED-A NICE SINGLE-CINCH SPAS'
vv ish saddle, hijxh tree; must bu cheap. Ad
dress W, box 511, Herald office. tf
TITANTED-A KEATING BICYCLE, 95 PAT
vv tern. Must be in good condition aud low
price. M, box ao, -llevald oliice. tf
WANTED— A SMALL BABY TO ADOPT;
not over 2 weeks old. Address It,, box 00,
Herald ofllce, is
_____ EDUCA TIONAL
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, IN.
corporated, occupies the entire fifth floor or
the new Currier block. 212 W. Third si.; largest,
oldest, best; elegant and commodious rooms, in
tensely practical courses of study, able nnd expe
rienced specialists as tenchers, complete equip
ments, perfect lighting and ventilation, rooms
le-ated by steam, firs: clasi elevator service; five
cotvnea of study—commercial, shorthand and
typewriting. preparatory, telegraphy and assaying:
the school is thorougnly live and progressive; it
inspires as well as leaches: day aud evening ses
sions: Individual and class instructions; successful
Graduates; flneclass of students; visitors cordially
welcomed; full Information, personally or by mall.
E. It. SHKADEIt, pres. E. K. ISAACS, viee-prea.
1. N. INSKEEP. sec. i.Jt-7
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE flN
rorporated), 228 S. Spring st., ls the oldest
and largest commercial school In Southern Califor
nia; the most beautiful college rooms and equip
ment to be found In the state; elevator for pupils'
use; a large faculty of experienced and able in
structors ; open the entire year; both dny und even
ing sessions; a practical English course, a thor
ough business course and a courje In shorthand
end typewriting under an experienced stenogra
pher. Write or coll lor illustrated catalogue and
full Information. O. A. HOUGH, president: N. G.
FELKER, vice-president.
MRS. ADELINE DUVAL MACK'S SCHOOL
or Elocution and Dramatic Art, 816 s. I'carl
st, formerly of Washington, D. c.; special terms
to schools; thorough vocal training; private les
sons or classes; also dramatic training for thoatri-
I cal profession. 4-0-07
FP.OEBEL INSTITUTE fCASA DE P.OSAS)
training school for kindergarten: ulso school
lor hoys and girls of all grades; opens September
23d. Apply to MADAME LOb'lS CLAVEUIE
, s-7-iy
BOYNTON NORMAL. FOR TEACHER'!
only, begins September 18th: teachers aided
In getting positions; teachers, governesses and
tutors supplied. Room 525 stlmson block, t-aotf
LOB ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL FOR
kindorgarl tiers. Fall term September 18th
MRS. N. D. MAYHEW, 879 W. Twenty-third st
«-Blf
■CYfON SCHOOL FOR BOYS, NO. 138 W. PICO
JCj s- HORACE A. BROWN, LL. B.
HARP STUDIO. MBS. 1. M. JONES 1003 W.
Heventhst. a,a
CMWPmHSTS
MISS J. F. ALEXANDER, CHIROPOdIiSt'
t rents feci; gives salt glow, massage; hours,
I) a. m. to sp. m. 215 and '-lo Wilaou block. First
and Spring sts. s_
DR. ZACHAI - DISEASES OF THE FEET
233 S. Spring st. «.»
LO* ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING-, APRIL 16, 1896.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Rates for adVertlsements un.ler this classifies
r tton—l time, IS cents per line; 1 week, 30 cents per
line; 1 month, » 1 per line.
FOB SALIS-LODtllNfTlltH sluiVri NICELY
furnished rooms; pays $.v monthly profit.
For sale at o bargain. Apply EB E. Fourths!. IB
FOR BALR-SPLRNDID CREAMERY, BUT
ter, cheese aud egg market; price f'JSJ. M.V
-■ MONEY & ROBINSON, a: s. Main st. HI
FOR SALE-FRI'IT AJH PF.ODCCK MAR
ket, good business location: price SIM. 31 A- j
HONEY * ROBINSON, 4ai s. Main st. 16 \
1 TT" 1 * BALE-BAZAR AND CIOAB STORE; ;
X: a bargain; 1 living rooms; rent $10; I
C D. BARNARD, It7>, S. Broadway. 16 j
t —— ;
FOR HALE—MEAT MARKET; A POSITIVE
Sacrifice; a tins pnylni trade I prleo S-'Uo.
I. D. BAMNAUD. I\TH S. Broadway. 10
IriOß SALE-OIL BI'HINESS LOCATED IN
thriving country town; sure bargain; $700.
• 1. D. BARNARD, 117.1, S. Broadway. It
; ' "EHIR SAI.E-A RAILROAD IWSSTAURANT;
r mealsSSo; pays clear fiso niontii; 1460.
I. D. BAItN.VI'.D, ItTX B Broadway. 18
. V OX SALE-CIOAR STORE AND DRINK
1 X: stand tefardlafa of valuer death calls me;
come tills duy. 4rt?» s. Broadway, in
FIOR SALE--DELICACY AND LUNCH Bus
iness, grand stand; price frOO. MAHONEY
i .£ ROBINSON, Ol s. Main St. HI
FOR SALE -PATENT FOR SALE; 141' li X
returns and nltr profits. Address SLAYTOX
WALKER, Riverside, Cal. i-2S.(W
I XIOIJ SALE-S9OJ-A lUSINESS CLE Alt I.Mi ;
JT. SIOO monthly; no competition t-ea Ben t
; White. 3W, First st. Hi
IjlOR SALE-SMALL RESTAURANT, DELl
caey and lee cream saloon, 41J s. Broadway;
will t ike partner. 17
IrtOlt HALE-CITY NEWSPAPER ItOCTES.
; ApplyC O. SPHENO, Herald business ofllce.
If
liWR SALE—AT A SACRIFICE, 810 FRY IT
store; a bargain. 239 W. Third st. II
jriOß SALE-JOn I LINTINO OFFICE; EAR-
I X gain' Address n,s\ Herald ofllce. 17
I rim SE 1.1, OCT YOUR RCHINKSS SEE I. D. !
a BARNARD. 117', s. Broadway. 1
LOSTJkND FOUND
Lcsr SOMEWHERE BETwI-Ten INORA
bam at. near Kip, and th© high school, on i
Tuesday, a silver opOlWrOOd watch with gold stem 1
aadrtm. N run her In works. HH.'tiHt;): number in i
| esse. 100321.1. Finder return to A. SEAItL, care ot I
Herald, und obtain reward, 17
lOST -LAST FRIDAY EVENING. IN VI-
J dotty of COHrt, Spring or Main streets, one I
lady's brown mini; boa. Iteward if returned lo 111 '
W. Seventh St. 17 t
SALE—SOME GOOD BARGAInST*!?
aeoand'hand"organst good makes. KoiiLEii *
j.V t HA.sE. Sprlii,- ss. If 1
j ____ ASSA YERAND CHEMIST^
THE BLM ET Ai7lkPa Ss aTf CEAN D I i
Chemical Laboratory, lit s. Main st. it. a. | t
| PEREZ. E. M.. Manager. fi-U | '
I
Dealers who do not advertise in The Herald
are giving their competitors a dangerous
advantage
1 ' —
1 — i
I MEDIUM S
j AKL '
j —THE CEI.EBBATJ3P CLAIRVOYANT**
Is in tho city, at 413 \V. 7th st.
\ ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE TO BENEFIT
vor. I
The professor challenges tiie world lo prove his I
equal. He reads the future without mistake, I
gives valuable advice cm all atlairs of life He
overcomes your enemies, removes evil influences, 1
heals family troubles, restores lost affections,
causes happy marriageM with the one you love,
correct information on law-sJits. divorces, mar
riages, i uslneag sp?culation, names of friends and
enemies; also of tne one you will marry. His sue-
I cess in the past proves bis superior anility to help
j you now; being Bucesslul In nil cases where others
I have often failed. Thousands of people have Wen
j made happy hy his aid and advice. The professor
jis not required to return io such methods as
i charms and. such trash, und does not wish VO be
' classed with card-readera, etc., but a life reader
J irom the law.-, of science, which is clairvoyant y.
loose who have been deceived by pretenders
must pot give up in despair, but consult the pro-
I feasor at once; you win lind him reasonable in
i prices, and all business private und confidential.
Letters with stamp answered. offlce, 413 W.
Seventh St., between Hill and Olive sis. Honrs
from Ba. m. to op. m.: Sunday, it a.m. tu S p m.
No claiivovant sign, only name of I'UOFEF>sor
R. W. Alt LING on window. 611
PROF. FRED BELL, LECTURER, PSYCHIC
teacher and electro-mental healer, gives pri
vate lessons in occultism; also develops mediums
on the true plane. Pupils !n phrenology prepared
for public work. Astrological nnd phrenological ■
charts written; terms reasonable; consultation :
free, strictly confidential. Parlors, SO, 3! and 82, !
Pirtle bl'k, cor, Fourth and Broadway. Hours, y
to 12, 1:80 tos; evenings by appointment N. B.—
Prof. Bell has engaged the Friday Morning club
hall, 330'j; S. Broadway, for Sunday evenings hero
after, ana Will deliver a course of lectures on ad
vanced snb|pcts. Prof. Bell Is open to engage
ments to lecture In surrounding towns on reforma
tory topics. 17
MRS. WALKER. CLAIRVOYANT AND I
. cf.nl medium, is meeting with wonderful
success. She invites the most skeptical to prove '
her power. All business affairs of life looked Into, j
lor the advancement nf your future. Will organize
a developing class and gives leadings dally from 0
a m. to Bp. m. MtmH S. Spring st. 0-17
Tir GREEN, S. D., CLAIRVOYANT, TEST
>T • and business medium. Hiaenoses disease
without asking questions, and spiritual healer.
GfvesSittings dally; test circles on Monday and
Friday evenings; developing circle on Wednesday
evening. 2SW S. Spring st., room b. Ofilcu hours,
9 (OS. 427
MRS. HAN FORD JOHNSON. THE INDE
pendent sluto writer and medium, gives
sittings daily at 621 S. Los Angeles st., and hold*
circles on Thursday evening, at 8 p.m., of each
week. Admission soc, and will take a few pupils
for piano lessons. s-is
MRS PARKER, PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT
and medium; life reading,business removals,
law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Tako
Third Rt. electric car to Vermont aye. and Vine st-
Second house on Vine, west, of Vermont aye. 6-3)
MADAME DEAN-FORTUNE TELLING BY
cards; one ol the greatest In the world;
reads correctly past, present and future; all busi
ness transactions, losses, law suits and all attain
of love. No. 200 E. Fifth st. 4r21
MISS LULU HOLDKN, PSYCHOMKTRIBT
and business medium. Sittings daily, ex
cept Sunday. Ofllce hours—9:So a. m. to 4 p. m.
Circles Tuesday and Saturday evenings. Irving
House, 220 s. Hill st. 4-21
KB. G. FRAIM, PHYSICAL MEDIUM;
• manifestations iv the light; circles, Tuesday
and Thursday evening*; private sittings given
dally. 767 Merchant st., bet. Seventh und Eighth
sts. 5-15
fpHE INSPIRED LIFE AND CARD READER
X has permanently located nt the Snn Julian,
top floor, rooms 17-18; has read cards for many
years, and la the most learned medium in America.
f-22
MISS KATE LAMPMAN, THE CELEBRA
ted young trance medium, bas returned for a
month and will give sittings, daily, at her home,
2 22,' a Winston st.; test circle Monday night. 17
MME. NORMAND, HEALER AND LlFE
reading medium; develops medium power;
self healing and how to become a medium at your
own home. 228j£ E, Fourth sc., room 10. 20
MME. GRACE, CELEBRATED CARD READ
er, tells past, present and future. Ladles, 25
cents; gentlemen, &ucents. Parlors 24 and 24, 526
Muple aye. 5-6
MME. STANLEY, CELEBRATED CARD
reader, reads your entire past and future;
indies or gentlemen 60c. Parlor 12, 322 S. Spring.
4-17
IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT TO
know your future consult Zlngara, the gypsy,
at 217 8. Hill st. Office hours 10 am. to 6 p.m. 5-1
MRS. BARRETT ELLIS* CLAIRVOYANT
card reader. Come and hear the truth. Dow
ney blk., room If. Price. 50c.. 425
MRS. BARNETT—SITTINGS DAILY; ClR
cles Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 439 S. -
Main st„ opp. postof&ce. 4-21
AGNES H. PLEASANCE, TRANCE ME
dlum, is permanently located at 034 s. Broad
way l'J-tf
FRANK A. WKINSHANff, PLUMBER AND
gasfttter, 240 E Second st. Tel. 139,
FINANCIAL
Rales for advertisements under this classifica
tion—l time, 5 cents per line; 1 week, SO cents per
line; 1 month, si per Hue.
I TJACIFfC ANY
1 .a. amount on all kinds of collateral SSCUrtly,
i diamonds, jewelry and seal skins, also on plnnos,
furniture and household goods in private, lodalng
; and boanllnrr houses or hotels without removal.
■ Partial payments received. Money quick; biuloess
I confidential; private oltloe for ladles. W. f. DE
! OROOI, manager, rooms 2 and 4, 114 S. Spring st.
I 1 ■
XTNION LOAN CO.-
J Stlmson Block,
l oan, money on all kinds of collateral secnrltv;
: win. lies, diamonds, seal skins and furniture in
' lodging anil boardiuahouses and on pianos without
removal; also on bonds, Stocks, mortgages; low In
j teri'st: money at once; business confidential; pri-
I vats Ohio- tor ladles; room 111. CLARK K.
, SHAYS . manager ruoms 111 and 112 first floor;
j Stlmson biock. tf
THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN So
ciety of San Francisco will make loans on im
proved city and country property.
On loans of sy.xio and under, certlfloates
of title from the Title Insurance and
Trust Co. will bo accepted, making the
expenses on such loans very small.
Building loan, a specialty. Apply lo
R. CI. LUNT, Agent,227 W. Second.
015tf
,
ON EVERY SATURDAY EVENING AFTER
March 2s the stale Loan and Trust company
w II) he opened from 7 to B:au p. m., for the benefit
of Hs intcrett-bfnrlng depositors, which are re
ceived at :i. 4 and ■> per cent per annum. Tho
sale deposit department will .also he open
during the same hours to accommodate Its pa
trohs. 6.4
18. COHN-
J. The l,os Angeles Pawnbroker, 148 N. Main
St., loans motley on diamonds, watches, jewelry.
Ilrearms, pianos, libraries and all other collateral
securities; also sells unredeemed pledges for
money loaned aud one month's interest added;
make no mistake. It ia the reliable L. B. COHN,
mo Los A ugeles pawnbroker. 9-10
■jpOR SALE—
school l-onds of California.
School bonds of Arizona.
City water bands of California.
Corporation mortgage bonds.
II By NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA.
MONEY TO LOAN NOT BY THE BAR
rel er bushel, biuanyainouutdesired, on real
estate, furniture, watches, diamonds, pianos, live
stock, etc.. long or short time, Interest reasonable;
private otfico; business, confidential.
CHARLES c. LAMB, 2;ti S. Spring St.. en
trance room 7. 611
\IONEY TO LOAN IN ANY' AMOUNTS
on diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos,
safes, lodging-houses. hotels and private
household furniture- low interest; money quick:
private office fpr tattles, il. M. JONES, foams 11
and la, 2421, s. 8.-oadway, adjoining city hall. 4-18
T>OINDEXTER * WADSWORTH BROKERS.
A soli W. Second St.. buy an 1 sell slocks, mort
gages, bonds and any good securities; if you wish
lo lend or borrow or luvess In real estate call on
us; colleeilous mado aud property managed for
no'.i-i'eslt.ents. 28tf
TltroNEY TO LOAN—CITY OH COUNTRY
ivi. property, V 3 to 8 net; personal not's or se
curity; mortgages bought and s »1,1. II" you have
money to loaa Or wish to borrow any amount call
on JOHN L. PAVKOVICM, 210Wi FirSV tf
XrATIOXAI. LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO.
loans money on all kinds of ooUau-nl seen
rltv; money quickly; husinees strictly conHden
tial. Rooms 05 and OS, Bryson blo.'k, fifth floor.
JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manage 7-3-lyr
I
f
rpr> I.CAN-MO.VEY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
X. reasonable imes. V. I 1.1.1 A M I.'. BOSBY
HHELL. 107 K. Broadway. 10-Utf •
MOUSY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, '
watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and collateral
j security. LEE BROS , 402 S. spring st. s-'.'l
| I" MAKE INVESTMENTS THAT NET FROM ■
I oto IU per cent a niontli on small amounts ol
mone.v. Sec me for particulars. It. A. NEWLY X,
1 -31 Byrne bldg. 18 !
i
I rpO LOAN-UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
X. small loans; no commission;,light expense.
SECURITY LOAN A»_ TRUST CO., 223 S.
Spring st.
I ' 1 •
!li ~nrt TO LOAN ON OOOI) HEAL ESTATE '
iT > 'tJ\J\J security. Inquire room ill, 218 N. *
Muln st. ' 18 1
rpo LOAN-}ioon to »io,oooon REAL estate
JL security. AI.LISON BARLOW, 12HS. llroad
way. i>Ttf
_-__erTT=rT7— — )
i
■iITAN l__—fWO—CAN GUARANTEE 2 PER
vv cent v month for ono year; Investigate. 11.
A. NKWLVN. am Byrne bldg. 18 j
PKHSONAII-JUSTLIKE EINDINffMONEY. .
That's what neoplcsay who have tried a small
i ad. tu The Herald. They don't cost much, hut the
; results are sirnpiy marvelous. In this popular de
: partntent The lleraid has made a gain of mors ;
I than 290 per cent In the past few months Bigclr
tulatlon counts. The Herald has It. If you want
to talk to half the people In Los Angeles aud other
parts of bouthern California, try a small ad. In
nddltion v ihe Immense nnd raptdlv Increasing F
circulation Ol The Herald, Its sales by newsboys,
on trains, ay hotels aud summer resorls, make it
the advertising medium of the Pacific coast.
Look ovilr these small advertisements today.
They win interest you and may make you some
I money.
Tomorrow try one. The results will be both sur
prising and satisfying. 6-stf
13ERSONAL— RALPHS BROS.—GOLD BAR
flour, SI.OJ; city Hour, 90c; granulated sugar,
ls lbs., $1; brown sugar. 19 lbs., ft; 9 lbs. rolled •
wheat or oats, no: sardines, 5 boxes, 25a; toma
toes. -4 cans, 25e; 7 bars Herman family soap, 26c; 5
gallons oil. 95c; gasoline, yac; 3 packages morning
meal. 25c: lard, in lb. can, fSc; 12 lbs. beam, 250; s .
lbs. rice, 25c. 000 S. Spring St., cor. Sixth. 6-20
TITK DO IT-MAKE HANDSOME FLUFF .
v v rugs of your worn-out carpets. Call or
write for circular. PACIFIC HUG MANUFAC
TORY, Gil b. Broadway. 3-2S-K7 :
13ERSONAL-B. MORRIS PAYS THE HlGH
est price for gents' second-hand clothing;
send postal; will call. IllJ_ Commercial st. 618
j
IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL—REFINED AMERICAN WID
OW, oaed 12, of good address, wishes tbe ac
qualntauce or respectable middle-aged single man 1
of some means and good appeearance; object, so
cial enjoyment and friendship. Address MRS.
ANDREWS, box 30, Herald office.
W H V PAY A MERCHANT TAILOR 935 FOR '
TV a suit when you can get the same thing for
$12 ot the Mlallt Clothing Parlors, 124 W. First st., 1
Wilson block. -4-14tf
MISFITS AND UNCALDED FOR OAli
ments at less than half your tailor's prices
at the Misfit Clothing Parlors, 124 W. First St.,
Wilson bloc-. 4-14 tf
PERSONAL - NEW PROCESS — IRREOU
larltles, from whatever cause, cured without
medicine, Instruments or pain; sure cure; 11 treat
ment; home. 819 Grand aye. e-s-6
PERSONAL— HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR !
Indies' and gent's second-band clothing.
MRS. BESSIE, 700,' a 8. Spring St. 423
PANTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER
for 9ti anil ss we sell for S3 at the Misfit Cloth-
Ing Parlors. 121 W. Flrat St., Wilson block. 4-14 tt :
PA. DENTAL CO., A. .1., STEVENS, MAN a."
ger, makes a specialty of crown and brldgo
work and painless extracting. A good set of teetb
jt. 2211 B. Spring. Telephone 1180. tf
ADAMS BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS, 239*
8. Spring at.; painless extracting and tilling;
plate, 90, *h, 910- all work guaranteed; established
10years; hours,B-5; Sundays, 10-12.
FRANK STEVENS, 124* & SPRING BT„
open days and cventngs; also Sundays; elec
tric light.
"f^BTKENNED"\TbF^^TIST , , WW *. HPuUW
X' St., rooms 2, 6 and 7 j painless extraction.
\^^^^P3J^EEA^a^^^
DIBAM CARPET CLEANING, SEWING AND
CT laying. JOHN H. RICHARDS, 120 N. Spring.
Tel. 1813. 8-9-if
MUSICAL
BARGAIN IN A7_TOHTI^Y r
way upright plauo. Address X., box 100, Her
ald ofllce.
KNIGHT 'iltoisC. PATENT fsXJLICITORS
free book on patents. 424 Byrne bldg. *-22-«
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE
Rales for advertisements under this classifles
• tton—l.time, Scents per line; 1 wee k, 30 cents per
line; 1 month, ?t per line.
yOß^fi^fXH^iv^^
COUNTRY AND CITY PROPERTY
1-0 acres patented land near Valley ('enter, Sao
Diego county, valued at 11500, and will nlso file
purchase on 1«0 acres government land adjoining,
making in all 2i) acres fine land, all for f 1750, of
which fV>*» must be cash, balance good long time,
or good exchange.
Also. 50-acrs alfalfa ranch, south, improved, close
m, near two railroads, fsooo; cash ?Jouj, balance
gond property here or elsewhere.
2J acres Riverside, Improved; price*lV»; want
value In or near city; will assume.
O-room cottage, Lon« Reach, equity $753, balance
(ft*)) oatime; want houso in city; this surely a
snap.
(l-room house on \V. Thirty-third st; equity 11300;
whir have you?
.'5 acn-s ii *ar Lemon station, and Spadra, fSSW;
lucome f1500; want Missouri prnpertv.
War res san Berniiniino couutv, *:o>0; nil clear;
want smell ROOM in city
Also a hundred other propositions, fall, see
what we have. J. L. ADAMS & CO.,
125 S. Broad way.
IJU-R EXCHANGE-A 4-ROOM HOUSE j
rooms Mxl«, screen porch; house new, hard
finished; streets graded: lot 50x102; located quar
ter block from Seventh and same from Central
aye.. west; will exchange for ranch same value,
located 5 or H miles from cltv, with present Income
therefrom; price of my home flMft Address It.,
7ltt Merchant St., city. 10
IpOB EXCHANGE-BARGAIN IN 10-ACRE
full bearing fruit ranch, with o-ruom plastered
bouse, barn, water, stock; a gool place, at East
Ontar.o: *;500; for small house and lot or vacant
lots in city or eastern. Nome choice bargains In
fruit ranch* s at Ontario, HftOO to StO.OOO. EDWA Rl»
ERASER, 216 s. Broadway. 23
FOR EXCHANGE - WOULD EXCHANGE
for a fruit ranch n inaikei garden in Minne
sota; 40 acres of choice land, with hne new build
ings, 1 miles from the city hall; value tSIO.OOO. Ad
dress a. O. BIMONDB, 803 Guaranty Loan bldg.,
Mlnneapblls, Minn. 1 w
IrUIR EXCHANGE—AT A BARGAIN; An 11
-. room house on Temple bet. Pearl anil Frer
mont sis., rentPd for f«! a mo. Call on H. XIVKL.
IJ7' 4 s. Los Angeles st. 22
FOR EXCHANGE -EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
for eustern manufacturer. Will take city or
country property for part payment. Address S.E.,
Herald office. 8-tf
EXCHANGE-5 ACRES OF Til R BEST
l*nd In Or:injre county ior city property. Ad
dress L. It., Herald oillce. If)
FOR EXCHANQE—MISCELLANEOUS
Under this bending subscribers to the Herald
m»y Insert ii:i advertisement of to words or less,
four times, free of cost, provided tbe advertiser is
not n dealer In the article or poods advertised.
EXCH BLK * FRENCH
artichokes icyiinra seulymu.) worth-5 cents
adnsen, alsp plants of the same, also Texas urn
brelluH and Hf'.tcia trees 2 yeiirs old, ior unvihhig
you have. FEMX VIVf,E, cor. E. Main ami
OrlfHn uve., East Los Angeles. is
1 31011EXC H A N(; K-ON E MANTEL FOLDING
h-v|, nitc bedroom set, one wire folding cot.
Will exchange the a »ove for a lady's blevcie or for
jewelry, or for the best offer. What have you got ?
US. Wall St. 1»
InOR EXCH A NGE - WANTED TO RX>
chunpe, it line double-clnch Taylor-tree saddle
for a single-cinch; must be good tree. Address
W. box 50. 21
EXCHANGE—A HORSE AND BUG
gy, or llna gold watch and chain, for lode's
wheel. Call orud.lress HH4 s. Main. 1*
FOR EXCHANGE - WANTED —TO EX
chanse, second-hand open buggy for light
spring wagon. Inquire at, Sla Vlgnes s;.
JpOR ... - -;
Cottage 4 rooms, rlose in.
4-:o>ni, m.ar First st. car tine, $i.
H-room, housekeeping, t ljse in, *10.
"i-room eo'tiige. close lti, fl'i.
s-room, s. Hill, 9X5,
8-room. Thomi s m si.
ill LE B A. il '< ONNELL, 113 S. Broadway.
TL"<011 RENT-HOUSE OF 5 BOOMS, BARN
X; chicken hosssa, bakery with brick oven ready
for business, with i 1-4 acres of around, fruli,
and shade trees, on First St.. Boyle Heights. V A
Hutchinson. 380 » Broadway 19
FOR BENT—THE CHEAPEST PEACE IN
town for mattings, linoleums and window
shades; carpets cteuned nnd laid. THE MAT
TINU MART, 601 S. Broadway. 7-1J
FOR BENT—IF YOIT WANT TO RENT
your house the quickest way is to see R. A.
N EWI.YN, 231 Byrne bldg, IS
FOR RENT-5 ROOM HOUSE, 1236 VICTORIA
st. ALLISON BARLOW. 1235. Broadway, tf
T7SOR RENT-FURNISHED SUITE, FRONT
.1 and back parlors, very desirable rorgenrlemau
and wife or two gentlemen, In a modern llat, on
electric line, live minutes south from city hall:
electric lights, gas, bath und telephone: front
rootlMino children. Address No. 1 COLONIAL
FLATS, Eighth and Broadway. o-:l
XTIOR RENT—I OR 3 GENTLEMEN CAN UK
X: ucrommodated with nice.atibuy, bay window
nicely furnished front room, use nf parlor and ba;li,
in private family; terms reasonable. Apply s.
Flower st. 4-lti It
T7IOP. RENT— ONE NICELY FURNISHED
jTJ bedroom at 80: also one at f>9; modern couvo
niehces; very desirable. 409 seventh, near Hill.
17
17SOR RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
rooms, transient, clos i In; also single rooms.
THE WAVEHLY, 127 E. Third St. 4-2.5
FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA. 32! K. SEC
ond at.; furnished rooms. 91.23 per week up;
lodging, 350, 3oc und 6)c per night. 10-1 tf
FOR RENT—TIIE PARKER, NICELY' FUR.
nlshed rooms, reasonable rates. 424 w. Fourth
St. 21
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED. LARGE
rooms, very cheap Apply S3IM E. Fourth st.
I X
FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FURNISHED
rooms; J1.511 to ta. NITT'INOER'S, 451 S. Hope
If
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS; NEW
house and furniture. No. 3.".s Clay st. 12-18-15
FOR RENT-FLAT OF 3 ROOMS, PARTLY'
furnished. 353 s. Main st. 1(1
171011 RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
! for housekeeping, 020 a. Broadway. 2-25tf
FOR RENT—2 or 3 NICE FURNISHED
rooms. 772 San Julian st 17
FOR RENT—STORES
and Tennessee. Inquire of McGARRv ,fc
IN-.ES. 227 W. Second St., or at D. F. Met; Al
t V'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 600 S. Broadway, tt
FOR RENT—NEW BRICK STORE; 25x100
feet, with steam power. 314 E. Second at. 18
1 .
FOR RENT—A BTORE AT. 653 S. OLIVE ST.
16
LO^aiNajHOUSES^
built for a lirst-class lodging house; 60 rooms.
Apply to OWNER, at premises, 620 Broadway. 1-tf
111 ■ - ' ' ,
FOR RENT-LODGE RISoM^AT V *7riJRNFR
hall; every first and third Friday of each
month. Inquire of Janitor. 14-tf
I NOR SALE—A BAY HORSE, WEIGHT
1 about 1000 lbs; gentle,'no tricks, good trotter;
8 years old: for sale cheap or will exchange for
groceries, tos w. Twenty-eighth st. tf
FOR BALE—PONY SHETLAND COLT. 125;
worth |50. E. NITTINGER, 3241, B. Broad
way. IS
sell your ofllce or store fixtures? You will ba
wise to cell ot headquarters of counters and shelv
ing. It. CLIFFORD, 609 S. Sarins. 4-18
FOR SALE—DIAMOND BOLTAIRE AT A
big bargain If taken at once. Address V, box
so, Herald office. lti
FOR SALE—ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK EL le
vator at a sacrifice, lnqutro at the Herald
business office. 12-tf
FOR BALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
to suit at this office.
2*B E. Second St., manufacturers or special
machlaery, die. and models; only accurate work;
guaranteed. -
T""o I.KT-NICE'hUITE OF HI'NNY~ ROOMS
and board. To two persona, no, one, (26 per
month, bath. Private family. 820 8, O'lve at.
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
i- Rates for advertisements under this classtflca
r tlon—l time,3cents per line; 1 week, 30 cents per
line; l month, It per line.
Houses and Lots
, JflOR SALE-MUST BE SOLD—
Make an offer; formerly owned by Denver
f Building company: placed in my bands for sale by
committee ovcreditors.
2-story house, 1480 Union aye., near Sixteenth.
c 2-story ho s\ usi Union aye., near Sixteenth,
i o-room house and stable, east of Vermont aye.,
on Thirty-first st
> ft-rooni house, Coronado st . bet. Seventh and
Eighth, near \V ilshire Bonl'vnrd tract.
, 2-story house, Hilrty-S'Venth st. weit of Ver
-4 mont aye.
Alio five lots, Vermont aye. bet Thirty-sixth
and Th r y-seventh st*, nnd six lots In Ahern's
' subdivision, froutlng on Hendricks and University
streets. •
If interested In any of t'.ie above properties, re
member they MUST be sold, and I will consider
' any reasonable offer.
RICHARD ALTSOHUL, exclusive agent, fSIX
W. Seiondst,, Btirdfck block. 12-14-16
jPOB SALT.—
j fifiov- Snap; « rooms, hard finished, bath, barn,
1 nice trees, flowers. «*te.; street Improvements
! complete; llOxllO on Twenty.Mist. St., near Grand
aye.; owner in Europe and lias requested to sell
without reserve; vented for P"- Also large list of
houses in all parts of city. JOHN L. PAVKO
VICH, 2ND W. First st. 10
171 OR RALE-TWO BARGAINS IN NEW SIX
. room cottages on Eighteenth st., near Union
aye.; easy terms. Street li extra wide and all im
provement are made. FRANK RECORDS, 880
s. Broadway. 1«, 17,11>
II OR RALE-If YOU WISH TO BUY ANY
property In the city for investment or specu
lation, or place or borrow money on good city prop
erty you may make money by consulting Richard
Altschui. UPf W, Second st. tu-thr-sat-tf
FOR SALE-nOOOI COSY COTTAGE. 5 ROOMS,
east view, lot Improved, flowers, lawn, etc.;
electric cars; wan; $300 cash required. J. Mr-
LEAN, E st., PICO Heights, 18
DO KOI' PAY RENT, BUT BUY A HOUSE
on the Installment plan from ALLISON BAR
LOW. 123 s. Broadway. 12-13 tf
3 NOR SALE—A NICE &-ROOM. HARD-FIN
: ished house; lot 38xli1; trees and shrubbery.
Apply 20i East Pico. tf
City Lots
Irroix sale—own your own home—
}5j cash. ¥10 per month.
NO INTEREST.
Lots on Fourteenth and Ne vton sts., IX miles
from Spring and First Aim., in (he
KNTELLA TRACT. 126S TO ?W.
One block front oars, tq neighborhood nf neat cot
luge homes. Where building restrictions are on
toreed, thus protecting JfOur property as well as
our own; no snauty-town attuchment-t permitted ;
it presents the comhtued Bpatures seldom seen of
closotn property chess, nt prices and terms offered
nowhere else in this efty; cement walks laid und
paid for; no bonds or Interest to worry you;
other street Improvements made when required.
These lots are beauties, lie about one foot above
grade, aftordluga perfect drainage; soil a sandy
loam; nomud whatever; look; at al! other tracts,
then see the Estella. Jtemember, we charge ab
solutely no interest, and every dollar paid goes
into your lot; also, that our prices aw 25 per cent
Cheaper than surrounding lot-*. Title perfect; tier
tlllcate with curb lot. For ull particulars apply to
V. A. STANTON, 115 S. Bro.idway. Tel. 1104.
tucs-thur3-suu-12t
FOR SALE—G RIDER A DOW'A
ADAMS ST. TRACT
THE TRACT OF HOMES
64 choice residence lots unsold are now offered
at IPO |0 #1000 on easy payments; 600 lots have
botfi} so;d and ovot tiwhomaa bout la the past is
months; a school building that cost over fJ7.O3J
and a flue church are located iv this tract; five
miles of streets, graded, cur lied and sldowafked;
und lined with 2000 lovely shade and palm trees;
city water, electric lights, modern street ears
with 10-inlnute service; only 11 minutes' time
from business center; fmir So-foot streets and one
100-foot street; lot 40x131 to alley; high nnd sightly
location; rich loam soil, no mud. Don't buy for a
home nor for an Investment until you see the
"Adams st Tract." Free carriage iron, our ofllce.
Telephone 1899, For maps, prices and views of
this tract, call on or write to
GUI DER A DOW,
ffi 13!) S. Broadway.
17IOH SA LE—
A NEW DEPARTURE
We now offer to furnish purchasers of lots in the
Alexandre Weill tract at thclropthm, with policies
of Insurance of the Title Insurance aud Trust com
pany for the full amount of the purcnus.? price of
the lots bought, or with unlimited certificates nt
title guaranteeing the title in Alexandre Weill,
fine and clear of all encumbrances. Lots from
£300 up on small cash payments and easy monthly
Installments without Interest. Clerks, working
men, laboring men, mechanics, motormeu, con
ductors, emjineers stop throwingnway your money
on rent und remember the same payments will In
a few years make you the proud possessors of your
own homes. Just ask your wife about it and get all
the particulars from RICHARD A LTSCHUL, sole
agent, 128' i W. second St., Burdick bik. tf cod
•piOR SALE— ——
CLANTON TRACT
?5V)— Choice residence lots in thts beautiful tract
nt SaiV), with a small c.ish pavmcnt, the balance on
longtime. The streets ar ill uraded. graveled,
with cement walks nnd cur L-jcated on Four
teenth St., snn Pedro and Clanlon sts.; only a few
minutes' walk to tho business center. Free car
riage*.
G RIDER A DOW,
18 ISO S. Broadway.
INOR SALE—97SO-LOTB IN BEAUTIFUL
. Williamson tract, on Glrani at.; graded and
sideualkcd; all paid: terms to suit purchasers who
will build nice improvements. How to get there,
'fake Pico st, car and stop at Union aye.; walk 1
block on Union nvenue to Glrard St., then walk to
ward tbe w-it on south side, tilrard until you
reach the elevation where the gum tree arove ls,
or you'll find my nlen on the lots, that gives all the
particulars. For iv tlur information coll on R,
A LTSCHUL, IttH W. St.c\>nd St. 12-14-16
JNOR SALE
GRAND BARGAINS
$300—Large SO-foot lot on Twenty-ninth st., In one
block of the electric cars, at 83W—925 cash and the
balance at |10 per month; street graded and grav
eled * cement walks and curbs, and sprinkled. Car
riages from our office.
GRIDER <fe DOW,
16 1311 s. Broadway.
*piOR SALE—
ORANGRDALE
Fine 50-foot lots on Twenty-third St., in M block
of the electric cars; covered with bearing orange
trees; streets graded and graveled, cement walks
and curbs; at $173 to $300, on easy terms, see thorn
before you buy.
GRIDER & DOW,
16 13!) S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS
Inc. A. Smith's Third addition, located on
Eighth and Mateo sts. near Seventh nt. school.
These lots are level and part of them are covered
with orange trees 20 years old* Ihey are selling
fast, because my terms are easy—f to cash, |10 per
month, and prices low— 1150, 3175, f2OO a lot. Re
member thts Is closc-ln property. Call soon and
make your selection. C. A. SMITH, 213 W. First
st. 4-16 tf
FOR SALE—A GREAT SACRIFICE-MUST
go at 'j its value, that beautiful lot two blocks
west of Second and Spring sts., suitable for high
grade flats or' residence. Price only 96000. See
GILBERT, room 216, S. E. cor, of Second and
Broadway, or address P, O. box 243, city. 320 tf
FOR SALE—SPECIAL BARGATN-9000; LOT
60x175; street improvement complete; half
block west of Figueroa, and north of Washington;
best offer on the market.
10 JOHN L. PAVKOVICH,22O W. First st.
FOR SALE—9IO PER FOOT—LOTS IN WOOL
lacott tract, 150 f«et from First st.,C!in;easy
terms; 24, 48 or »6loot front by 150 teet deep;
street graded, sidewalk laid, taxes paid, viv ;w.
Second St. RICHARD ALTSCHUL. 12-14-16
FOR RALE—9326—LOT 2, CHESTER TRACT
half block from Washington St., cars; 40x159,
Cleveland it, running through to Chester st.;
terms to suit purchaser. 129' i W. Second it.
RICHARD ALTSCHUL. 12-14-16
TTIOR SALE-840 PER FOOT, 50 OR 100 FEET,
JD west side Flower, bet. Sixteenth and Eigh
teenth sts.; terms cash. Apply 123 W. Second st.
RICHARD ALTSCHUL. 12-14-16
FOR BALE—9I6OO—BEST 80 FEET ON CEN
tral are., bet. Seventh and Eighth sts. For
sslo by R. ALTSCHUL, 123w. Seoond st.
Burdlck block. 12-14-10
FOR SALE-FOR CHEAPEST LOTS MATEO
Bt. Short st. and Towne aye., see X, ALT
SCHUL, 123Ja W. Second st. 12-14-16
FOR BALE—A CHEAP LOT ON PATTON
street, In the oil district. P. L. SHIDELER.
22A W. Second st. 17
FOR SALE—IF YOU WANT TO SELL THE
quickest way Is to see R. A. NEWLYN, 231
Byrne bldg. 1»
FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. BAS
SETT A SMITH, Pomona, Cal. 9-20 tf
Business Property
JjNOR SALE—
BROADWAY LOtT""
We have a choice piece of property on this
fine street, centrally located, now in tbe
heart of the business center. We are offer
ing this property at such a low price that will
make the fucky buyer a bandaome profit
within a short time.
CLARK * BAY AN, 127 W. Third tt 7ff
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
il?"?..'" advertisements under this classifies,
ii!. u r, ~m,• * c * nt " t»r line; 1 week, So cents pcs
Country Property
"F°^..-r! ALE - ai acres in WMtatme,
/r hm ftl ■ P™"«» »nd flss, near city, railroad.
»hm?J on ffVSii ■■""•'•o»: as fine as the stlii
atBSaS nB: healthy, vigorous growth,
at T-a an acre and the coat only of preparing plant
i'on""tl u r , r 1 ? rrodnctlve'Vond -
Uadlnv ?, ™. h,rt n J ' w,! ' no Irrigation: you are not
sw%to^ea2£S&£ l> l nln * months out of tha
vourtiees n2!£i2 ntw M «• keep lite In
i7?lS!*rl l *«' d « a Paying as much for water as
the profit on your crop; I nave had years of taracth
FtoU ISS'm?' wn «« 1 a.n s.y?ng P w"en
acre of around 1,, .h?"' 001 ' , th " th " re no: »"
Sen or gmUM country or climate that I,
m? «5 m i?« hi.S?iSS * n only curse rest
ing on this beautiful land ls tho ouvraaeoualv n.
orblt.nl price of raw land demandedl by tbe« s".
looks who are selling It, and you tenderfeet are tha
flesh P^'te m thi?°ln ,re fur """l>'» the pnSnVor
gWgfr ly.bfdg'Troo'mV-' 1
SALE- " ~"
10,000 ACRES,
Finest ranch"ln California,bordering on raclflo
ocean, twenty minutes by rail from Los Angeles;
perfect climate, nofrosts, nohot winds, fertile soil;
two water systems; sultablo for oranges, lera&sis,
grape fruit, olives, peaches, apricots, pears, wal
nuts, prunes, corn, beans, eta
Will sell tbe whole or in small tracts,
TL FREEMAN, Owner,
5 < W* S. Spring st., l,oi Angeles.
■pOR SALE—
JUST THINK OF £T!
The Alexanare Weill tract offers choice bußJlnr
lots on Eighth, Ninth and Twelfth streets, near
Central avenue car line, 20X129 to alley, at
9800, 9825 and law, on small cash pay
ment and monthly Installments of only
910. No interest charged on deferrod payments.
Only one hundred lots left of the original four
hundred, and when they have been disposed of
ouch a chance to get a home within walking dis
tance at low prices and upon easy verms may nev
er offer again. Title absolutely perfect. An un
limited eertlHcnte of title or a policy of insursncn
of the Title Insurance and Trust Co. Issued with
every agreemeut of sale. For maps, price list and
nil particulars address
RICHARD ALTSCHUL,
T-o o dtf 123,'; W. Second st., Burdlck blk,
"J7IOR SALE— ~ '
VALUABLE WALNU~R~ANCH AT RIVERA,
62,'« ACRES
iW6 seres In trees about 15 years old.
4i' acres in trees ahout 7 to 10 years old.
R acres in Susquehanna peaches also in bearing.
This ranch Is In the walnut belt and ls In the
highest state of cultivation, abundant free water
right; all necessary ranch bulldlnga and agricul
tural implements on the premises; Immediate
possession If desired; liberal terms. Walnut pro
periy Is especially valuable; no known pests af
fect the trees and the crop need not necessmrllv be
marketed when harvested: It will keep. The pro
perty will be divided If desired. Apply to
It. U. LUNT
4-17 227 W. Second St.
FOR SALE-WE ARE OFFERING LARGE
tract of damp land east of Soldiers' Home iv
subdivisions to suit purchaser. This Is a bargain.
1700 acres of fine land in the celebrated OJal val
ley, Ventura county. The new railroad will pass
through the property. Call and get maps and
prices of subdivisions.
Lands in the Snn Gabriel valley suitable for cit
rus fruits.
FOR SALE—A Ann alfalfa ranch near Compton.
Sec R. 15. STEVENS A CO..
U 12.V, W. Third tt.
FOR SALE
SPECIAL BARGAIN
COM PTON
8125 per acre, from 2J to lto acres, choice soil,
plenty Irrigating water, two miles southeast from
Comptoti, mile from railroad: 70 acres alfalfa, alee
stand as can be found anywhere; raises 7 to 10
cuttings n year. Twenty acres In bearing pears
and walnuts, bntaaee corn. 6 room house, lar;e
barn, out houses, dairy, etc., everything
first class. Cheapest imuroved place iv county,
owner going away. Must sacrifice. Investigate
this rare opportunity. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH,
sole agent, 220 West First. 16
■pOR SALE—
.1 acres near Hollywood. $230.
0 or 10 acres near Hollywood, on car line, 9350
acre.
7 acres, Lick tract, adjoins city, MU aore.
fiacres, Hollywood, on car lfne, in lemons, 1375
acre.
20 acres. Vermont aye.. near city, fkYJ acre.
81 acres on railroad; 10 acres alfalfa, 10 acres
olives; good house, barn, tine water right: (123
acre. LEE A. M'CONNELL,
w 113 s. Broadway.
FOR SALE-BEST BARGAIN I KNOW OF,
by way of a full-bearing fruit ranch of 10 acres
with 0-room plastered house, barn, water, stock; a
good place, worth 94300; on account of death can
sell for SO days at 02300. And many other choice
home places In orange and lemon groves at Onta
rio. EDWARD ERASER, 2111 S. Broadway. 23
*EIOR SALE-SPECIAL BARGAIN—SNAP—
X 100 to 850 acres nearCovlna.cholcestlandwlth
perpetual water right, 990 per acre; very desirable
lor subdivision ; mortgage foreclosed; must sacri
fice for less than half value; special Inducement as
a whole JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, sole agent, 520
W. First st. 16
]JIOR SALE—CHOICEST 50-ACRE ALFALFA
. ranch in state, way down dirt cheap; a case of
must sell; some cash, balance satisfactory time;
call see us and get particulars quick. J. L. ADAMS
A CO., 125tt. Broadway. lfi-jy
ITIOR SALE—S3OOO CASH BUYS SO ACRES OF
• land; all townslte and good as land around it
held at |900 per acre; 18 miles from Los Annies.
Inquire ay Massachusetts Shoe Store, 199 W. First
st. lm-th, tat, sun
FOR SALE—SAN GABRIEL-ONLY A FEW
5 and 10-acre blocks left; water right. Now
Is the time to buy. If yon have anything tostll
or trade see E. K. ALEXANDER, lti & Broad
way. tf
ONCE A WEEK
ed excursions to Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapo
lis and all eastern points, leave Los Angeles every
Thursday via Southern Pacific, Union Pacific
■■World's Pictorial Line," and Chicago and North
western railway, crossing the Sierra Nevadas and
tassing all points of scenic interest by daylight.
' p .mistered tourist cars of latest Pull man pattern,
lighted by gas, and run through without change.
Competent conductors accompany each party.
Fastest time. Lowest rates. For tickets and
berth reservations, apply to J. H. PEARMAN,
Manager, G. F. Herr, T. P. A„ 223 s. Spring st.,
Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Pacific
company. 5 3-6
PHILLIPS' PE RSONA LLY CONDUCTE I)
excursions via the Rio Grande and Rock Isl
and route, leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, cross
the Sierra Nevadas Aud pass tbe entire Rio
Grande scenery by daylight. We have a tourist
sleeper running through to Minneapolis and St.
Pnul in connection with every party. Our Boston
car stops one day at Niagara Falls. Office, 13V S.
Spring st,
BURLINGTON ROUTE—PERSONALLYCON
ducted excursions to tha east every Wednes
day over the scenic line ol the world; upholstered
tourist cars without change. T. H. DUZAN,
agent, 222 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
SPBCUUSTS
DR. DORA KINO, GERMAN - ENGLISH
specialllst; diseases of women: all irregulari
ties restored; treatment confidential; cure guar
anteed. 446 S. Broadway. O-e-tW
DR. R. G. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN,
with the Los Angeles Optical Institute; eyes
examined free. 125 s. Spring st.
T»UPTURE CORED WITHOUT DETENTION
XV from business. DR. WHITEUILL, lW't S.
Spring st. | | | | .
— RANCHERS WILL
do well to call at tbe Los Angeles Poultry
yards east of tbe river on Rio St., south, about 300.
Highest price paid In cash. J. Y. JOHNSON, pro
prietor 4-18
PROF. A. MYERS, THE 'PALMIST, HAS
returned to this city and la located at his old
parlors, The Norwood, 556 South Hill at., when he
will be pleased to receive his many clients and
friends. 5-8
DRY AND CLEAN STORAGE
hold goods, pianos, trunks, etc. City Ware
house, 675 Coper Main St., c, T. SMITH. Proprle
tor. Tel. Mi tf
FOR BALE—LODGING HOUSE; GOOD KEA
aon for selling. Call or address 104 S. Los All
eles street., cor. First. 4-gj
KNABE AND VOSB A SONS PU.NOs"~AT
BIRKEL'S Parlors 18 and l», Plrtle hit, tf
BICYCLES
SLAB SEN * ,CO. HAVE THE AGENCY
• for Relay Bicycles. 223 W .Fifth sU *-|j

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