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CHy Branch Agencies
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THE HERALD
IB artier to accommodate tbe public The Hantt
tea efttabHshed breach agencies, where copies at
the Dally and Sunday will be on sale and adwg-
Using and subscriptions taken and fotwarded ta
the main oni-c as soon as received.
These branch agencies do not Include tha hoae
.reds of book stores and news stands In all part,
af th. city where The Herald Is also (or sale.
BOYLE HEIGHTS
%. DONNELL, Newsdealer, 3101 East Vug*
street.
BAST I.OS ANGELES
MRS. E. C. TH ACKER, Newsdealer, «M
North Daly street.
■AN FERNANDO STREET
M'KINNIE S PHARMACY, 1,38 Saa f«f
naado street.
WKSTIiAKE PARK
DONALD A. ROSS, Newsdealer, 2100 °7*J»
Seventh street.
WNIVERBITY
H. L. park. Drugs. Stationery, Ha.
Postoffice MtMlng.
lOITH CEXTRAI, AVENUE
CHICAGO PHARMACY, corner Central I
avenue and Twelfth street.
CHURCH NOTICES
SPIRITUALIST ASHO
JL elation meets every Sunday aftvernoou and
evening in their New Mllfllr ball.'-'."I 8. spring Rt. I
At- ft c< one ret tee or modlum meeting, cloa- I
tug with spirit message?, by our paster Mrs. Ada
Foye. Evening servicer, commence nt 7:80, with
an inspirational address by Mrs. Eoye, following
with tents, massages and full immea of .your spirit
friends, proving conclusively to the unprejudiced
tbat the so-eallod dead can and do return and com
tminicate with their trteitds. s. D. Dye, president,
082 W. Firsi st 30
ST. PAULS (ill BCH, EPISCOPAL, OLIVE
st. opp. the jjarlc. *.»pt»n every day In the year.
Hallv service at in a. m. The clergy will respond
to all calls for ihe offices of the church for strang
ers or visitors, without respect to creed; burials,
marriages, baptism* or visitations of the sick. Use
•f the church eheerfuUy gtvt.ii free for funeral
aarvleea. Tel. 148 red. ti
SPECIAL NOTICES
IJSOL LOWING is a LIST oe THE <' 1111.
-dren who ha\e been admitted In the Los An
geles orphan Asylum since tbe last publication :
Half orphans—Marguerite Klncald, aged 0 years;
Rosa Louis. 12; Georgia Emmorson, tf: Mariana
Romero.fi; Heine de Lorte, s; Emma Manica, 8;
Pauline Maoicu. ti; Frances Manica, 4; Caroline
oreen 10; charlotte Green, ■'>: Jennie Save, 11;
Mary Save, 1»>: Bertha Cook, 8; Antonio Marline/.
0; Bertha Martinez, 0; Marie Bourdat; Consuela
Doiningue/, 'I,
Whole orphans—Tssuura Real. 12: Renltn Monua,
18; Frances Monua, ». SUITER CECILIA.
April 15, 1080.
BUSINESS NEWSPAPER— THE DAILY
Journal; ebasinet* newapaper. pnbllßhtng an
the comity official records, reaa estate transfers,
mortßßKes ami liens, building news, contract work, !
tiuancial news, and all news relating to the re
aources and development of Southern California
and the great territory of the southwest. One dol- I
larper month, or In advance ?iu per year. 227 W, i
First st., Los Angeles,Cttl. u-l tt'
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
Co will strictly enforce tiie following rules:
The hours for sprinkling arc between the hours of
c and ti oclock a.m. and 0 and » oclock p.m. For a
violation of the above regulations ihe water will be
ahut oft and a tine of 02 will ba charged before the
water will bo turnce on again. 4-29
VSEPTOLIX— PR. CYRUS EDSON*B Ale
leged cure tor consumption seems to be
proving itself asuccesa; cases treated at cost of
the remedies used for one mouth, by
DR. PILKINGTON, The Wlnthrop,
so :;3o s. Spring at.
BIDS "W ILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
office of the undersigned for tho sale of a
building situated on the non beast corner of Main
and Third sts., up to April 80th. L.J. B.BOUR*
GEOIS, Architect, 134 W. Fifth si. 28
"YJIMERVA-COSMOS-
The M. K. system. For 50 cents a month you
■ can read 60 ieadlng magaalnea at your home. Call
at4Bo S. Broadway. &.&
"VJ*EW GERMAN ODD FELLOWS' LODGE,
_C( Alemannla lodgu will organize about juiv
]Ht. All Germans of good character ami health
are invited to call at 22(1 s. Main to fill out applica
tion. ' 7-1
EXCHANGE-FEED AND SALE STABLE; !
buy and sell on commission horses, wag- I
ons, harneas. bay nnd grain. Advances made, j
■Stalls for rent day or month. BM)i S. Broadway. 8-7 1
JAMES SPRING,
Carpenter and Builder.
All kinds of repairing neatly done to order.
5-12 43n s. Flower st.
OJ. DAVIS, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
• Houses built for cash or installment plan,
Money to loan to parties content plating building
408 3. Broadway. Tel. IHI Main. 4-y-ti'
SEND 10 CENTS FOB PACIFIC CUPID, A
matrimonial paper; particulars of bureau In
thlßlssue. MRS. M. B. HERTZ, Manager, 812
Hyde st., San Francisco. 549
WANTED — STOCK - 1200 ACRES PAS
image at Bailona. see WILHELM, 82<i s.
Main st. 5-is
TB. FROVA. PRACTICAL CHIMNEY
• aweejier. Uesldence 700 Macy st., Loa Ange
lea r,*u
_ EDUCATIONAL
1" OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, IN-
A\J corporated, occupies the entire fifth floor of
tlie new Currier block, "12 W. Third St.; largest,
oldest, best; elegant aud commodious rooms, in*
tensely practical courses of study, able and expe
rienced specialists as teachers, complete equip*
■tents, perfect lighting anil ventilation, rooms
heated by steam, lirst-class elevator service; five
courses of study—commercial, shorthand and
Spewriting, preparatory, telegraphy and assaying;
c school is thoroughly live and progressive; it
Inspires as well as leaches; day and evening ses
sions: individual and class instructions; successful
graduates; line class of students; visitors cordially
Welcomed: full information, personal!v or by mail.
{. R. SHRADER. urea. Jfi. K. ISAACS, vice-pres.
N. INS EE LP, sue. 2 2li-7
. "XIT-OOimUHY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN -
tt corporated),33os.Spring st., is the oldest
and largest commercial school hi southern Califor
nia; the most beautiful college, rooms and etpiip
: aseiit t<i h« found In the state; elevator for pupils'
nse; alarga faculty of experienced and ante in
atmdors; open the entire year; both day and even
ing sessions; a practical English course, a thor
ough business course and v course in shorthand
and typewriting under an experienced stenogra
. pher. Write nr call for Illustrated catalogue and
full toJOrmattou. a. a, HuUtill, jneslileut; N. G.
FELKER, vice-president.
MRS. ADELINE DUVAL MACK'S SCHOOL
of Elocution and Dramatic Art, 810 B. Pearl
1 at, formerly of Washington, D. C.; special terms
■to schools; thorough vocal training; private les
sons or classes; also dramatic training for theatri
cal profession. 4-V97
XpROFBEL INSTITUTE rCASA DE ROSAS)
X training school for kindergarten; also school
for boys and girls of all grades; ..pens s. ptember
Sid, Apply to MADAM E LOUIS CLAVERIE.
a-7-iy
■130YNTON NORMA L, FOR TEACHERS
X> only, begins September ittth; teachers aided
la getting positions; teachers, governesses and
tutors supplied. Room 533 stlmson block. 0-SOtf
JOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL FOR
J kindergartneri. Fall term September ISth.
R&N. D. mayhew, «7j w. Twettty-tblrd St.
_ G-atf
IITTOW SCHOOL FOB BOYS, NO. IM W. PICO
lis; Horace a. brown, 11. b.
HARP STUDIO. MBS. .1 M. JONES 1008 W.
Seventh st. 6*B
CHIROPODISTS
;*VfISS J. F. ALEXANDER, CHIROPODIST,
JVJ_ treats feel; gives salt glow, macßOge; hours,
lam.tos p. m, 2ij and 2iii Wilson block, First
and Spring sts. j>.^
DR, -EACHAU—DISEASES OF TIIE FEE I
253 S. Spring st. ti-26
PALMISTS
PROF. A. MYEBs, THE PA I.M IS I, HAS
returned to this cay and is located at his old
parlors, The Norwood,.V,ii South Hill st., where he
trill be pleased lo receive his many clients and
friends. 5.;)
MANUFACTORY
YON SEHKEY MAN VF A (tT IUNO
236 E. Second sv, manufacturers of speeh.l
njacbtnery, dies aud models: only accurate work;
guaranteed.
jA TTORNE YS-A T-LA W
BBOUSBKAU * MONTGOMERY,
Altorneve-at Law,
m •radaatT hlk.. Laa st
HELP WANTED—MALE
Rates for advert lasmcom under this classlflca
iion—l time.?* cents per line; l wnk, 80 cents per
line; t month, fl per line.
HUM MEL " '
Suectßaurs to
PETTY, HUMMEL <t CO.,
EMPLOYHENT AGENTS,
3D%30e \V. Second st., in basement
California Bank Bldg.
Tel. 509.
! Ofllce hours fro-n 7 a. m to 7:5) p. m , except
I Sundays.
men's department.
; Assts'aat gardener; stout hoy to chore; ranch
. hand; chore man; boy for factory; tt-horse teaiu
i ater.
hotel department.
1 All-aroind rook; second cook; bell boy; col
ored boy; second cook; wash pans. etc.
WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT.
Family cooks, eHyand country; house girts. fi"> :
, m sift, etc.; nurse girl* tit, etc. and t2O, etc.; sec* i
"ml girl: cook, country hotel. £30, etc.; waitresses, :
j>u and §7 week, also *3v>, etc. month; laundress for
lA. T. Sve full liM, at our office.
I 34 II I'M MELL R Ros. t% CO.
! \%J AMl:i>-TKN BOYS OR YOUNG MEN \
" irom ench school or coll pit c tn the city to |
I work a portion ofthe time for The Herald. Twen
' ty-tive cents in cash will be paid for each new
1 name, and every will have an opportu- I
' nlty to win one or more of the following-prises:
I one .>lou firs:-class bicycle, a cold hunting-case
I watch, a six months' scholarship in v business i
I college, double-barreled breech loading shotgun, ,
■JO salt of clothes, ggu overcoat, round trip to san
Diego or Catallna and return. Blither of the int- 1
ter Includes n free dinner at the Coronado Hotel 1
er Hotelde Avalon 8 II tf ,
TJTT aNT MB SPLEN DID OPPORTUNITY
tt for appointment foryoong men In railway
mail service, Kxamloations soon in every state,
Particulars aimm nil government positions free,
' NATION AX CORRESPON DENCE 1 NSTITUTE,
W'twihington. D. C. s-ld
tP ANTED—SALESMEN- ?10t» TO %VTi PER
TT month and « Kpensos; sample line; position
permanent, pleasant and desir ibie, A<idrcss. with
Biamp, KlNo Mi"L, COn Chicago. 7-IS
\ir AN TED—YOUR PATRONAUE, HELL
tt abb- help furnished promptly. BE ID'B
EMPl.t>\ M ENT A<iF.NCV. 136 W. First . tf
IS!. T. CASEY & CO., U9H BROADWAY.
a employment ofllce; we furnish reliable hotel
ami household help. tf
TIT*ANTED—HELP FREE—37 SITUATIONS,
VY BOO)* S. Hroiulway. E. Nll'll NO H K.
HELP WAITED—FEMALE
XTrANTED- WK MUST HAVE HELP WE
TT pay men and women |]o lo ** per wtek for
easy home work. No hooks or peddling. Steady
employment guaranteed, -lend stamp for work
and particulars nt once. HERMANN dt BEY*
MOUR, SIS South Sixth St., Philadelphia, Pa.
4-7 3t a wk
"ITJ." ANTED--15 YEA B-uI.D til 111, TO ASSIST
Tt in housework; low wanes, good home; to
be like one of family. 319 E. Fifth st. 5-8
"IV-ANTED A YoFXO fIIRL. 14to IG, CARE
tt ofcnlldren. Apply bob Hawkins st., near
Workman. tf
SITUATIONS WASTED—MALE
\tT ANTED — SITUATION BY A YOUNG
tt man as watchman, body guard or detec*
tive work: for private party preferred. Address
X, box 10, Herald office. 34
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMAL J
YYTANTEr-SITUATION BY A MARRIED •
TT Frenchman; understands COOklng, Willing j
to do nil kinds of work. Address or call, 580 Ban■ I
ulug St. J(i J
WANTED-REAL ESTATE
WANTED- A LOT ABOU*l 50xli! *AND OR
4 room house, and 1 will not pay over 1500 or i
1000 for same, and I want to pay ffoO down and «1- !
or M&a month. I dOU't care if this is out in the :
suburbs, .hist so it is convenient to get to town, j
Call on HINTON A WHITAKEB. 128 W. Second i
st., Ifypp have anything to offer. 4-32t!
WANTED—PARTNER
TV"ANTED-PARTNER IN WEIjL ESTAB
tt llshed and payina office; business reason
for selling; more business than I can attend to;
capital required |BSO, V, box SO Herald office.
4 H'-lf
WANTED — MISCELLANEOUS
XVANTF.D-WIIO WANTS tV m'.C'kE 0100t»? I
TT I will give equity iv good improved city '
property of 93590 to any one that win build tne a
: house and barb worth *!■">;>" Investigate this and !
, see tor yourself that 1 mean business. Cull 586
j Sundst. Jii |
j TTTANTED—PARTY W ITII (330 TO TAKE j
tt half Interest in fully equipped circus, if.
WAT.EACE, big tent, Tenth st. an l Grand uve. 3ti i
\|7"ANTED-A NICE SINGLE-CINCH SPAN*
tt ishsaddle,high tree; must he cheap. Ad
dress W, box 60, Herald office. tf
■wjtTANTED—BROM 300 TO 800 HEAD OF
tt hogs t.t feed ou shares. Address J. K.
fetteiim an, Vernondale,Cat 20
TarANTEO—A KEATING BICYCLE, OS PAT* i
tt tent. Must be m good condition ami low i
price. M, box SO, Herald office. tf
-\V"AN TED- BIDS-BUILDERS AND CON- ,
tt tractor-can see plana and specifications for '
house at 717»'allege -ti
LOST AND FOUND
lobt-a Rough coated st. Bernard
j dog.yellow body,with white legs.white and yel
low face; ears yellow shading to black; answer to i
the mime ol "Boar"] Will Heigh about 1!>0 pounds '
Liberal reward will he daid for return of same to
GEO. 84 Pliilßpß block or to
Kennel show; telephone main 1483, tt'
lOSTI OST—BETWEEN WELLS 1 t ANDY STORE
and Abbottsford Inn, Wednesday afternoon,
smell black and yellow Bilk knitted purse, with
plain gold ring attached, containing!!! in currency.
Leave st Herald office and receive reward. SA
lOSI OST-MEXICAN LEATHER POCKET- '
book, April 14th. near Tenth nnd Main sts..
containing money aud prescription from Dr. H. ;
Bert Ellis. Return to 210 W.Tenth st. Reward. 34
I7I.OUND— A RAY HORSE—CAME TO MY
place, owner'ran have tbe same by paying j
expenses. F. A. kTORBA, Shorb Station, Cal. 211
T OST—AT OR NEAR THE PAVILION, I
Wa Wednesday evening, a lady's diamond pin.
133 reward for return to P. K. RCLi:. 20
JOST-A SMALL RED LEATHER PASS*
J book, marked UeOrgO Bchmldb. Finder please
leave it at t ids office. 21
J- OST—BLACK " Loth cape, FIRST and
J Spring, ."> p.m. Wednesday. Return to IO*Jl
Downey aye. ni
IjIOUND— LADY'S PURSE. CALL AT 251 B.
Broadway, and give description,
MASSAuE AND ELECTRICITY
1 -,\ linn 11 your < iNnTin. I
I. tion will it ivaiHM (li^t'as.; iitaiiulii's art- tloiu-
rtouiiil ii-. rbiuty t.» attack w.aknew; eaoape;
keep blood .ml skin in t;0,,.i oond,Uloti; take elec*
trie vajtor bmli with Bwodlflll tiiassuit, 1 .
Mils. UK. MAYER and PROF. MACLLET,
iv-- .".IT Broadway,
IJEItSONAL— THOSE WHO WAST MONEY
at thr- lowest rato ot" int, rrst on KQyvblng will
And by catling at --:> Byrne bldg, thry <-ati be ac
comjnodated. C-j
■tJIDITH ANWAV. FORMERLY OK BOSTON
JTj gives genuine aioohoi rubbings that an- h-a'.th.
fill and jefresliing; no rivals. '_"JS si. Muitt St.,
loom J.
MASH A OF. AM) ALCOHOIi BATHS—*M
WlnatOn Pt.. uiistairs. one block eaat ofpost
oitife, between Fonrtb and Fifth sts. e-n
Miss itKY IRVING, ARTIBT; PHOTO-TINT-
Ing antl mounting; new atyio. 120 N. Main
st.. roqm, 'J and fi. 5.3
rplIE FRF.XCII LAUV FROM EAST
1 Seventh, st. has removed to :;i5 l i s. Main st.,
rootn -i. •>>;
Mfis. LOT.\ I'RESTOX. I'ltllM THE Hast" I
elves massage. 2*t>, E. Fit st at., rooms »
ami 3. a, 1
HO FT HERN I.A It V IiIVES ALCOHOL
baths. m»XS. Spring.!., parlor. 1-2, s-M
IJEAItr, FAMKIKIN - ELECTRIC TRKAT
ments. ytt> .\. Miiin st., room 1. 25
-\TISS MAY STUNK OtVKS ALCOHOL
J>A biiths. SB N. Main St., room 17. b--fl
M IBS AIMF.E GIVES MAONETIC TltEAT
men. atHlfiH B Main et., room a, 2e
MISS OI.LIF. JIOOKK, 131 K. SECOND ST.,
rooms II and gents' mending. 2^
JFI.IA MANSFIELD, MANICURING, BOOM
8, ISO North Main. 24
MISS MAY RFHSELL-THE NEW" HELL
man. room 7. 6-ti
PLUMBERS^
I [SHANK A WEIVJUIANK, PLUMBER AND
1 gasllttrr. 2-10 U, Meoond st. Tel. lav
HOUSB'MOVINa
AFr»LOPER,
, IUH. Braadwar.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 24, 1596.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Tin tea for under this Claaslßca
tion—l time, fi rents per line; 1 week, 30 cents per
line; 1 month, fl per line.
*' 'Tin neither blrih nor rank nor mate, hut
■Gil up mid Gtv thai make men great."
_ , K. T. CASK) dt CO.,
Employment and Business Chanel ■
•#♦l No. Hv* s. Broadway.
"BIOS SALK -AT A BAKU AIN ; LODGING
X. house; mutt be Bold on account of other busi
ness, call at nm c. for you can make a good pur*
c-hus?. Half caeh. M. P. BO WEN, nr. n. Main
•_>:
TCIOR BALE LUNCH COUNTER AT 100 \V\
1. Third at., lot sale: price ft.; this ia a rare
chance; mupt he sold on aocounl of oilier bnsl
t eit is a good paying business,! low read M
IjlOR SALE BARGAINS M6K>, 19300, H
11800, 11000, |tOOO. 11300, |IB>\ 9126'), if yon
Wants.drug store Inquire Of TIIOS. X. LORD,
MMhnaat] bulk!lng, Loa Angelea. N
fjlOR sai.k -a CHOICH DELICACY STORE
1 i" i Spring st.; no offer refused this day.
i D, BARNARD, ii 7' 3 s. Broadway. 34
IjlOß BALK -A SEASIDE RESTAURANT;
spicirdi'ichanee for making money; ?-'tjn.
i. i>. BAHNAHD ii:v,s. Broadway. * 94
IJlOft SALE BA/A AI! AND CIGAR STORE;
a great bargain ; - living rooms: rent S10; f-7i.
I. D, BAHNAHD, U7J* 8. Broadway. 24
TTiOH BALE—GROCERY, COAL. FEED, HAY
■T nnd grain business; :t very o:d slim I; fi.Vi.
L D. barn a un. ittii 8. Broadway. 24
SALE PATENT For BALE; Ql It X
returns antl Dlgproflta. Address SLAV 11 IN
WALKER, Riverside, Cal 4-25-88
17108 SALE HALF IN PEREBT IN THE
heal established employment ofttce In the city,
x, boa so, Berald office, 4-10-tt
"gNORSALE a VALUABLE MINING LOCA
TE tion tor sale or exchange. Address. /. box
J3 Herald oflfce. 2t
I*l OK SALE (TV'S NEWSPAPER ROUTES.
Apply c. O. HPR ENG. Herald business utHco.
tf
1/OR BALE- SACRIFICE; BIG FRUIT
V store. 2ti!»W. Third; a bargain. 2:>
rpO SELL OUT TOUR BUSINESS BEE i. D
X BARNARD, in s. Broadway.
FOR HOUSES
12U)R*8ALK— LODGING ROUSE; OOOD KE.V
•on for sailing. Call or address 104 s. Los Am
clee street., cor. Fir.it. 4-ji
MEDIUMS
piUDFESSOR B. Altl,!Mi
—THE CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT—
Is in the city. a4>4IIW. 7th st.
ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE TO BENEFIT
YOU.
The professor challenges the world 10 prove his
equal. He reads the future without mistake,
gives valnableadvtce on all affairs of life He
overcomes your enemies, removes evil Influence*,
beals family troubles, restores lost affections,
oauses happy marriages with the one you love,
enrrect Information on law-Baits, divorces, mar*
riages, business speculation, names ol friends and
enemies; also ot tbe one you will marry. 11 is »uc
ceaa ln the past proves his superior ability to help
you now; being sucessful in all cases where others i
have often failed. Thousands of peopl - have been ,
made happy by his aid and advice, i lie professor j
is not required to return to soofa methods as
charms nnd such trash, and does not wish 10 he I
classed With curd-renders, etc. but a lit" reader !
from the laws of science, which Is clalrvoyancy, j
1 boss who have been deceived by pretenders
must not give up In despair, hut consult the pro- 1
feasor at once; you will find him reasonable In 1
prices, and all business private and confidential. 1
Letters with s'ninp answered. Office, 418 W. !
Seventh st.. between Hill and Olive sts. Hours !
from it a. m. ion p. m.: Sunday,!) a. in to ■"• p m. j
No clairvoyant sign, only name of PROFEKSSOK ]
B, W. AHLING on window. 511
The Herald, by Mail,
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR
If Paid in Advance
\
|
MRS. WALKER, CLATRVOYANT AND
card medium, is meeting with wonderful
success, she invites the most skeptical to prove
lier power. All business affairs of Life looke I lrito.
for the advancement ol your future Will organize
a developing class and gives readings dally worn
a m. toap, m. MM 8, Spring st. :m"
•\tT GREEN', S. D., CLAIRVOYANT, TEST
tt • und business medium Diagnoses disease
without asking questions) and spiritual healer.
Gives sittings Bally; test circles on .Monday and
Friday evenings; developing circle on Wednesday
evening, s. Spring si , room ti. Olllce hours,
»tO3. 4 27
MRS. HANFORD JOHNSON. THE INDE
pendent slate writer ami medium, gives
sittings dally at 62* 8. lx>s Angeles st., an l holds
circles on Thursday evening, at a p.m.,ofeaCli
week. Admission 50c., and will take a few pupils
for piano lessons.
MRS PARKER. PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT
and medium: life reading,buslneai removals,
law suiis. mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Take
Third st. electric car to Vermont avo. an i Vine st.
Second house on Vine, west of Vermont aye. 011
T EONORA D'ESTE — A MEDIUM FOR
t J truth and justice; the greatest card reader of
the age, and tells your future; charges reasonable,
Parlors 17 and 18 Sru Julian, cor. Fitth and Man
Julian. 5 24
~|> E. G. FRAIM, PHYSICAL MEDIUM;
lli manifestation* in the tight : circles, Tuesday
and Thursday evenings; private sittings liven
daily. 767 Merchant st., bet. Seventh ond Eighth
sts. 6-li
rpNE INSPIRED LIFE AND CARD READER
i_ has permanently located nt the San Julian,
top floor, rooms 17-is; hus read curds for many
years,and is the most learned medium In America.
4-22
MME. NORMAND, HEALER AND LIFE
reading medium; develops medium power;
soli healing and arm to become a medium at your
own home. aiv. 8, Main s:., room 2« .|J
•\| ME. GRACE, CELEBRATED I ARD READ
j.vl. er, tells pas;, present and future. Ladles,:! ■
cems; genUamen,Bo cents. «?sxtori -i and.'., vu
Maple aye. M
TF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE, OR WANT TO
X know your future consult Kingura, the gypsy.
al 217 8, Kill st. Office hours 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. S-l
Mas. UARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOYANT
card rea l. r. Come and hear the truth. Dow
ney blk., room 17. I'rlce. sJc. ."j ::■»
MRS. BARN ETT SITTINGS DAILY; CIR«
. eles Tuesday anil Thursday evenings. 489 n.
Main St., opp, pns.oM.iro. 27
MM B. STANLEY, CELEBRATED ( Attn
reader] reads your entire past and future;
ladles or gentlemen Soc. Parloi I, 114 S, HIIL .vis
VGNES H. PLEAS AN iE, TRANCE ME
dinm, is permanently local d :.t tU4 8. Broad
way IW-tt"
EXCURSIONS
ONCE A WEEK PERSONALLY tu.Mil'i l
ed excursions to < 'htcago, Si. Paul, M inneAio
ps and ail eastern points, leave Ixis Aimeleg everc
Thursday via southern Pacific, CnUm Pact tic
"World's Pictorial Line," and < bloagoaod North
western railway, crossing the Sierra Net ad as an l
passiiiK nil points of scenic Interest by daylight.
Upholstered tourist curs of latest Pullman pattern,
lighted by sns. and run through without change.
Competent conductors accompany each pan v.
Fastest time. Lowest rates For tickets and
berth reservations, apply to J, 11. PEARMAN,
Manager, G. F. Herr, v. p. a,, 228 s. Spring at.,
Eos Angelas, or to any agent Southern Pacific
company. & a-a
I>HTLLrPS' PERSONA EEY CONDUCTED
excursions via the Rio Grande and Hook Isl
and route, leave Eos Angeles every Tuesday, crost
the Sierra Nevadas and pass "the entire Rlo
Grande scenery by daylight We hay* a tourist
sleeper running through to Minneapolis and ML
Paul in connection with every party, our Boston
car stops one day nt Niagara Falls. 011100,183 8.
spring sc.
BURLINGTON ROUTE—PERSONALLY CON
ducted excursions tO the east every Wednes
day over the scenic lino oi the world; upholstered
tourist cars without change. T. 11. IH/AN,
agent, 222 s. Spring at., Eos Angeles, Cal.
RESTAURANTS
TRY A MEAL AT THE (HiAND PACIFIC
Restaurant. .114 8, Main hi. Our motto puru
and good {bod, quick service. Ml
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS/ETC.
KN tOHT BROS., PATENT SOI.H ITORN;
free book on patents. 424 Byrne bldg. i>-2M»
J 1 ... —■-■ ■ " 1 ■ _ -a
PIANOS
K.N ABK AXB VOIIS HONS PIANOS AT
makki. a rtiM Sua is, Piiu* Mk. tf
FINANCIAL
Rates for advertisements un 1-r this classifica
tion-1 time. ."> cents per line; 1 Week, SO cents pel
line; 1 month 41 pot line.
TJACIFIC Loan" CO.—LOANS IN ANT
J amount on ail kinds ef collateral security,
diamonds,jewelry aad s»ai skins, also on pianos,
furniture and household goods la private, loaning
and boarding houses or hotels without removal.
Partial payments received. .Money quick: business
ronhdenUal; private offles for ladles, w. E. de-
Gitooi, manager. roOSttSlsnd 4, H4B. SpringBl
XTNION LOAN CO.—
*L' stlmson Bloi-k.
Loans money On all kinds of collateral spcurltv;
watches, diamonds, seal Skins and furniture in
lodging and boarding houses ami on pianos without
removal 1 also on bon is, ■rtocka, moitsagss 1 \ow in
terest ; money at ones] boalness eonftdentw; pri
vsts ofNce for ladles{ room HI. CLARK X,
s|| ,\W. manager rooms lit and 112 lirst BOOrj
j Btlnissn dmoll if
: rpll E GERMAN SWINfIS AND LOAN SO-
J_ ctety "i sun Francisco will make loans on Im
proved city and country proparty.
on loans of to imi and under, osrttfioatOS
td till" from the Title Insurance and
Trust Co. win be aocspted, mavlngthe
expenses on BUCtI loans \ery smalL
Building loans a specialty. Apply to
Jl. g LUNT, Agent. 327 W. Becoud.
I aistf
NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNED
What A c arc '
Who wo are!
I And where we are;
I Have yon discovered ihe cheapest plans is. the
City tO get money on hOOSefa lid furniture, dia
monds, live stock, warehouse receipts,stocks and
bonds, all good collaterals. 280 Byrne bldg. If
ON EVERY SATURDAY EVENING AFTER
March Js Ihe state Loan ami Trust company
niti be opened from 7 to s::3t p. m., for the benefit
or its Intersst-bearing depositors, which are re*
cetvsd at I 4 and 0 per cent per annum. 'The
■ safe deposit department will also ho open
I during the tame hours lo nccommoluto. its Da*
I Irons. fi-4
a it OOHN—
Ths Los Angeles PawnhrOx'T, 141 N. Ms'u
tt .loans money no diamonds, watches, Jewelry
Urearma, pianos, libraries and all other collater.tl
securities *, also sells anre Iscmed pie 1 zv* for
money loaned and on-* month's Interssl added;
make no mistake. It Is the reliable L. n COHN,
, the Los Auyelcs pawnbrokef, u-iu
MONEY TO LOAN NOT BY THE BAR
n-i or bi.shti. but any amount desired, on real
.•Mm-', furniture, watches, diamonds, pianos, live
; -tock. etc. long \<v short t kmc. Interest reasonable;
private oftc«; business couHdentlal.
CHARLES C LAMB. 2.8 S, Sprlna st.. en
t trance room 7. 5-11
fWWI TO LOAN ON INSIDE BUS!
i3S tf \ r\ M 9 tic 1 property al 5 2*B percent:
also small anion;tt at r» per cent, reasonable
chsrgss,
HENRY HART,
H ÜBS, Main st.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS ON
diamonds, watches, jewelry, piano*, safes,
lolglng houses, hotels and private household fur
niture; low interest: money quick; private olHee
for ladles G, M. JONES, rooms 14 und 15, 212..
s. Broadway, adjoining city halL f>i*i
IbOINDEN MiRA \\ \ DsWoll I'll BItOK I: Ks,
108 W. second st.. buy and sell sio.-ks, mort
gages, bonds and any good BeqUrttteSt If yon wish
toleud or borrow or Invest In real estate call on
11s; collections made and property managed for
non-residents. tetf
It AN LOAN YOUR MONEY ON GOOD
resident or ranch property at 0 i>cr cetit
net to you; a No one security,
HENRY 11 ART,
38 lis s. Main st
•\ fONEY TO LOAN-CI TV OR COUNTRY
property. s j to B net; not is or st»
enrity; mortgages bought and sold, if you have
money to loan or wis'i to borrow any amount call
on JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 2:0 W. Ftm. tf
VA'I'IONAI, LOAN \ND INVESTMENT CO. "
loans money on nil kinds of collateral secu
rity j money quickly: business strictly con Aden
tiat. Rooms 05 and in. Brvsou block, llflh lloor.
JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manag- T-.'i lyr
rt*lo LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
Jl reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. BOSBY
BHELL, 107 S. Bro idway. 10-Utf
"VfON I: V LOANED ON DIA MO NI IS,
*t a. watches, Jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and collateral
security, LEE BROS ,4328. spring st. 8-21
rp O LOAN—UN LI MIT X V AMO U NT FO R
_L sni-iii loans; no commission; light expense.
SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 223 S.
Y\*ANIED TO BORROW —I CAN LEND
11 your monoy out at good Interest, from :t to
10 per .-cut a month. NEWLYN, 281 Byrne bldg. tf
1> A. NEWLYN, BROKER, JJI BY BNE
\« bldg., deals In bonds, stocks, mortgages,
first and second and all gOOd securities. tr
rTIOLOAN —«1000 TO 110,000 OH REAL EST \ TE
A security. ALLISON BARLOW, 1288. Broad
way. c-71 f
WANTED TO BORROW
-IT*- ANT; D *v » ; WILL HAY 10 PER CK*tT
* ™ net for one year un goo 1 collateral security.
Address LOAN. T.';t s. Hroadway. tr
BUSINESS PERSONALS
1 hEBSo.NAI .i 1-1 1.1 Kll FINDING MONEY.
X. 'That's what people say who have trie.! a small
ml. in Tho Herald. They don't cost moon, bnt tbs
results ur ■ simply msrvelo is. in this popular de
partment Tbe Herald bai made a gain ofmorj
than 20 per cent tv Hie past few montns Bigcir
. ulatlon count-. Th« liorald baa It. If you want
(o talk to half the iieople iv Los Angeles and othsr
parts of Southern California, try a small ad. In
addition v ito- immense ami rApidly lucreaaUtg
circulation of The Herald, its salsa by newsboys,
un trains, asbotsla an 1 auntmsr roaaris, make 11
the advertising medium ol the Pacific coast.
Look uvdr thesj small advertlsnmetits today,
'i bey «hi inten s; you au l may make you sumo
money.
Tomorrow n-y one. The resuUs will tic both stu>
prising and Mlisfylng, B>3tf
J>ERSONAL— R \LPHB BROS —GOLD I.All
Hour. ¥Lmi; city hour. Bftj. granulated sugar.
l»lbs.. ?t; hrown vig.c. 1.1 8u... -I: t» lbs. rolle |
wheat or oats, 35c; sardines, .". boxes. 28c; toma
to**, 4 cans, - »■; : bar 4 Oerman (nmliy so tp. tdo;
gallons oil. !»:■<■. gasoline,Uic] Ipukaces morning
meal.':..-: lard, 10lb can,ate; 12 Iha* beans, iSeto
lbs. ties, 23c boob, spring at,, cor. sixth, a-2.1
1 PERSONAL TO DRESSMAKERS -WE ARE
_I. Imrodncing. foi the Ural time in th.* west, the
Utcord Lieai Tat in r system. Only four measures
taken. Please rail nod examine our absolutely
seamless waists at rooms 12 an I 12>«,4855. Broad
way. •>«
TITE DO II make HANDSOME FLUFF
tt rues or your worn-out carpets. Call or
write tor circular. PACiFBj RUG MANUFAC
TORY, oil S. Hroadway. 8-3(Ml«
OERSONAL B MORRIS PAYSTHE HIGH*
X. est price tor gents' second' band clothing)
sen 1 postal; w ill call. \u)t Coknmaroial st. u\t
PERSONAL
I PERSONAL- Widow! y\ GO(H7"cii ar,\ ( i
ter, good health, no enoumbranoe. Will cor
reapond with gentleman over 5) without chil
dren, in easy circumstances; object, matrimony.
Age no objection. Address A, Bo* 11, Herafl
llli c. 2U
IPERSONA!1 PERSONA! SINGLE GENTLEMAN wi th
meauß. age 85, stranger lv city, wants to our
rsapend with lady with means, object, matri
mony. Address It, K„ box tu. Herald ofltoe. -.5
TITHY PAI a MERCHANT TAILOR 885 FOR
a suit when you can get the same thing for
813 at the Misiß Cioiblng Pariors, 134 W. First st.,
\\ IIBOU bhu k. 4 ii tf
Tt*IBFlTB AND DNCALDED FOR GAR-
I menta nt less than half your tailor's prices
niihe Misfit Clothing Parlors, 124 w. First St.
n Uson blocx. 1-11 tf
1 >ERSON M NEW PROCESS - fRRRGtT-
Ji. laHtles, from whatever cause, cured without
medicine. Instruments or pain; sure cure; jt treat
ment] noma 010 Grand aye. t-3-u
"PERSONAL—HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
X ladles! and gent's second-hand clothing.
Mils. BESSIE, mH s. Spring.,. 4 24
PANTS 'THAT WERE .MADE TO ORDER
X for *>> and I- we sell tor II at the Misfit Cloth
tog Parlors, 134 W. First St., Wtlaonblook. 4-14 tf
MUSICAL
171.0R salt: some good Bargains in
second band organs; good makes. KOIiLER
tS <'H AsE, 381 s. spring su tf '
ASSAYER AND CHEMIST^
fPHK BIM ETAIiUO ASSAY (»FFIt'E AND
X Chemical Laboratory, UM X Mala St. It. A.
Fe.U*wt. *v M. Maaaaar. a>n»
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
Ratop for advertisements under this classifica
tion—l time. .'• cents per tine; l week, 35 cents nei
line; l month, *, per line.
Houses and Lots
SALE -
HA Jit: A INS
MOW- I,ot .-.lx!«o W Mfdc Kiower st.
pOOO -Fine corner for residence or Hats.
llßpo Lot on N. aide Seventh »t., Bonnie Brae.
?_\,..)~]oo\i;,.i ,s. side Thfrileth, bet. Grand aye.
and F!gneron.
fW»-Very close In. 00* I til. 12-room house.
flow- it-room house, lot 80x180, estate must sell
very cheap.
*:..>- Lot on W. Thlrty-flrst st., worth f 1000.
fl iI (lamer Thirtieth mid Maole live,
-l'"' 1 ' i hi Bonnie Brae truer.
?.vvi -1., t on wall st . sore bargain,
0200 per toot Lei on Main it,
. Severn! exchanges mi hand. California for east
ern or nortnern,
Want to buy now house, 0 rooms, etoat In, 19000
to 130 "', |tOU cash, fin per month.
Money to loan. If you want to place money
come and see ma. W. H. GRIFPfN,
< f ISA H. Broadway.
TpOR BALK—AT A sacrifice, A COM-
A pletety tarnished* house, thoroughly modern,
large grounds, highly improved, east'front; lo
cated most desirable part of the city. Hand*
\ residence. O. A. VICKKHY A Co. 11034 s
Hroadway.
■ XnOR BALE—GOOD 8-ROOM COTTAGE, BARB
! 1 finished; tine loi, improved; llowers, treev
close to cars; only 1*90; sbjo cash. J. m lean,
E St., Pic.) Heights.
CiOH BALE-WE BELL THE EARTH. BA*.
J 9m PT asm tTH, Pomona, Cal. 0-20115
City Lots
fIIOR SALE-GRIDEH A- BOW'S
A 1 ADaMs-st. TRACT,
——Till-; TRACT OF HOMES
tii choice residence lots unsold are now offered at
Vi n to Moot, nn easy pa\ iiietits; BDO lots havo been
sold and over :">h homes built In the past t* months;
a school building that cost over •17,000, and n dm'
church are located in this tract; live miles of
Kireuts graded, curbed aud Bldewalked, and lined
with 203 lovely shade and palm trees; oity water;
' electric lights; modern street cars with ten-minute
, service: only 13 minutes' ride from business ceu
j ter; fourBJ-foot streets and one 100-foot street; lots
I 80*180 to alley; high and sightly location; rich
loam nil, no mud. Don't buy for a home hor for
an Investment until you sec tbe 11 Adamt Btreei
Tract " free carriages from our office; telephone
1300. For maps, price and views of this tract call
: on or write to GRIDER A Dnw,
lis s. Broadway*
IJxOH BALE—
A NI I W r> EP A RTURE
We now offer to furnish purchasers of ion in the
■ Alexandre Weill tract at their option) with policies
: of insurance of the Title Insurance and Trust com
pany for tho full amount of the purchase price of
1 the lota bought, or with unlimited certificates of
; title guaranteeing the title in Alexandre Weill,
■ tree uini clear of all encumbrances. Lota irom
, guoo up on small cash payments and easy monthly
' Installments Without interest, t'Jerks, working
-1 men, labor 1 ng men, mechanics, motormen, con
■ ductors, enjrlneers scop 1 h rowing away your money
I oil rent and remember the same payments will in
a few years make you the proud possessore of your
Own homes, .lust ask your who about it and get all
the particulars from RICHARD A LTSCHOL, sole
agent, w. second st., Burdlck blk. if eoi
SALE
CLANTON TRACT
S5W— Choice residence lota in this beautiful tract
at |550, with small cash payment, ttie balance On
long time. The streets arc all graded, gravels 1,
With Cement Walks and curbs. Located ou Four
tenth nt , San Pedro and Ciattton sts. Only a few
minutes'walk to the business center. Free car
riage. GRIDER A DOW
20 188 8. Hroadway. ■
1:1 OR SALE
-1
Gil AND BARGAINS
$300— Large 50-fOCt lot on Twenty-ninlh st., In
OHO block or the electric cars, nt 1800—828 cash and
the balance attfl't per month: street graded and
graVeled : cement walks and curbs, and .sprinkled.
Carriage front unr oflice.
GRIDER 4 DOW,
2B 188 s. Broadway.
BALE—
ORANGEDALE-
Fine .".1-foot lots on Twenty-third St.. in btOok
oftheetectrtc cars, covered with bearing orange
trees! streets graded and graveled, cement walks
and curbs, at *475 10(500, on easy terms. See them
before you buy. GRIDER A DOW,
•m ISits. Broadway
lIORI IOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTH
L lac A. smith's Third addition, located on
Eighth and Mated sts. near Seventh st. school.
These lots' Are level and part of them are covered
with orange trees 33 years Old* They are selling
; fast, because my terms ate cosy—llo cash, ?io per
j month, ana prices low—?is\ giw, $210 a lot. Me
! member this Is close-in property. Call soon and
I make your selection. C. A. SMITH. 213 \V First
St. 4-111 tf
1-MiR SALE OLD RESIDENT OFFERS BAB
gains In choice resilience lots, fruit orchards
j and large acreage In LOS Angeles. Fasadena ami
vicinity. Addrejs OWNER, do* 2*, South Paaa
-1 derie. * 20
Business Property
SALE
BROADWAY LOT.
We have a choice piece of property on this
due street, centrally located, now in tha
heart of the business center. We are offer
ing this property at such a low price that will
make the lucky buyer a handsome profit
within a short time.
CLARK tt BR VAN, 127 W. Third SU Ttf
Country Properly
■J-SOR SALE 1.1 ACRES, 11 IN BEARING;
£ oranges anddeciduous fruit tr.-es; a beauti
ful place and location; 2H miles from Riverside;
perpetual water goes witli the property; title per
feci: price 82600 if sold goon, Address L. R., ho*
l..s:i, itivi•raids, Oaf. 80
FOR EXCH A NGE- MISCELLANEOUS
Under this heading subscribers to the Herald
may insert an advertisement oi 83 words or less.
lour Finos, free or cost, provided the advertiser is
not a dealer In tbe article or goods advertised.
I"jSOH EXCH ANGE -ONE SPAN OF GOOD
. driving mares nnd new harness, for a good
young span of draft horses, must he true to pull,
gentle, and weigh from 1300 to 1400lbs. apiece, cull
at 727 Mo/ irt st. Will pay cash difference. East
Log Angles. 21
INOR EXCHANGE WE EXCHANGE MONEY
ior good ' oilaterals and charge the lowest rate
of interest in the city 220 Byrne bldg. 25
'Triolt EXCHANGE -A GOOD DOUBLE BAR-
I ret shotgun for a Spanish bit and bridle. Ad
ores 1 x.box 00 llendd office, 84
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE
ftfOH EXCHANGE - HALF INTEREST.
JT prosperous proprietary medicine business;
will exchange for ottjy or county property, nnd as
sume if necessary. The medicine is a great suc
cess, with best of testimonials from Los Angeles
citisens, Reason for selling, lack of time to give
to business. Buyer must be able to give time to
pushing business. Address, M. J, PIERCE, 503
Mo/art St. 27
FOR EXCHANGE - WOULD EXCHANGE
for a fruit ranch a market garden in Minne
sota : 4» acres of iholce land, with line new build
ings, h miles from the oity hall; value ?10,000. Ad*
dress A. G. SIMuNDS, 80s Guaranty Loan bldg.,
-Minneapolis, Mint!. 1 w
-fIOR EXCH A.N GE -EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
I for eastern manufacturer. Will take city or
cpuntryproperty for part payment. Address s. c.,
Herald oflice, e-tf
I NOR EXCHANGE -FOR BALE—LOT 48x188
.on Nella st , 2 blks west nr Centrnl aye. Call
on premises, or addicts box '.4 B Loa Angeles. 'lA
DENTISTS ■
I>A. DEN TAL CO,, A. J. STEVENS, MANA
iicr, makes a specialty of crown and bridge
work and painless extraotlug. A good set of teeth
55. 3208. Spring. Telephone Hsj. tf
A DAMS BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS,
J\_ s. S|iriug si.; pnlnlesH extracting and tilling'
plate, *B, is, |U* ull worn guaranteed; established
10 years; hours, 8-6; Holidays, 10-12.
Ii RANX STEVENS, 334, H. SPRING ST.,
open days and evenings; also Sumlava; elec
tric light.
Dr. Kennedy, den tist, ma s. spring
st., rooms 2, t> and 7; painless extraction.
SPECIALISTS^
Dr. Dora "king, oerman . English
spectuitist; diseases of women; nil Irregulari
ties restored; treatment conlldemiai; cure guur
abteed. 448 B. Broadway. Mm
DR. B. G. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN,
with the Los Angeles Optical Institute; eyes
examined free. 125 H. Spring st.
RUPTURE CURED WITHOUT DETENTION
from business. DR. WUITF.IIILL. lltt'i S.
sprlngst. -IS
BICYCLES^
SLARSEN A CO. HAVE THE AGENCY
* Sw Kulav Hmv-ftlna. £U W .Filth sL 8-lU
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FOR RENT—HOUSES
Rates for advertisements under this classifies
tlnn—l time. .', cents per line; 1 nee k, SO cents per
line; 1 month, St per line.
1,1. OR IIKNT—.I ROOM MODERN COTTaUJC,
1 HiKl Maple, avc.
S-room cottage, Prospect 1-ark, ('nhnen.a Val
ley, two blocks frem eleotrlocars, $< per month.
MOLL * wiiEf-I.EU, Cahuenga Valley Head
quarters, -- j w. second st. -4
lioit RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN
1 town for inattinga, linoleums ami window
shades; carpels cleaned and laid. THE MAT
TINU MART. •".1)1 s. Brosdw.iv. Mil
TT'OR RENT—cheap; SMALL FLAT OP 9
C rooms and bath! block from Seventh-,!.
cars,southeast cornerlttgrsnassand Lncessts. -t
j KIOR RENT A COZY, PRETTY, MODERN
V "i-rtioin cottage; gas, bath, lawn, llowers. 183 d
s. Flower st. M
lIORI IOR RENT • ROOM lIIIVSE. i;?l! VICTORIA
1 »!. ai.i.iso.n uaiu.ow. isjs. Broadway, tr
1-oit 'renc- i-noo.M ri.AT: iio PER
1 month. 988 Towns ay.'.. Wolfskill tract, If
rpo LET—I ROOM PLAT ANT) STORE-ROOM,
J |!0 per month. iB9 town Aye. th
. FOR RENT—ROOMS
F" OR RENT-FURNISHED SUITE, PROMT
and back parlor,, very desirable ior gentleman
and wife or two gentlemen, in a modern itat, on
electric line, Hva minutes south trout city ball,
electric lights, gas, Imih and telephone; front
rooms: no children. Address No. 1 COLONI AL
flats. Eighth and Broadway. 9-8
TflOR RENT F.I.EUANTLY FURNISHED
JL rooms, transient, close in; also slngla rooms.
THE U'AVEItLI , 187 E. Third Jt. si.
1101: rent i im: MARIPOSA, 321 E. SEC
1 ond si.; furnished rooms. 91.29 per week up;
lodging, -sc, lie andUa per night, lu-i tt
IJIOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FURNISHED
" moms; SI Mto (2. NITTTNUKRVs, 481 s. Hone
tr
I,iOH RENT- NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
: for housekeeping, 1)20 S* Broad way. 2 250'
FOR RENT—STORES
ITS OR RENT—TWO STORKS, (nil. NINTH
and Tennessee. Inoulrd uf MuOARRt >v
IN.IES, J2I w. Second >t . ot a-. 11. p. MoOAR.
. RY'S COAL OFFICE, Ninth and Alameda sis. ,;i
IJIOR RENT—PART OF STORE, WIT IT FINE
show window, on Broadway; excellont loca
tion for Jeweler. Inquire at 90S s. Broadway, it
FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS j
RKXT-I.iUliii: Il'iiii AT Tt H.X Pi; ;
hall; every first and third Friday ol each j
month. tnquire of Janitor. I4*tl \
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS |
"ITU Ml SALE <>n THA UK • A ERIAL RIGGING j
C and nil kinds of bouncing and higgling -o->ds: ;
man's A No. 1 wardrobe, spanglod and trimmed
with gold and silver fringe. Address with stamp
mhs. v. c, DAMHON.san Bernardino.Cal. ".i
17,0R BALE OK EXCHANGE — ONE FINK
gold Watch and chain; also one- doublaVbttrrel
broecbloadlng shotgun (Remington), tor a type
writer. ( all on or inkirrss A. S., W. sixth t L.26
SAliK—rilEAP; SOOPOUNUB BROCVIER
? typo; was used on The Herald until atergen
thaler typesetting machines were put tn April is,
Atltlrcss nnslnos.s Muimgrr, The llcruld, l.os An
geles, CSI,
Foil EXCHANGE—A FINE FAMILY DKlV
ing horse for second-hand BUtrey and harness.
Apply 21ii \V. Twenty-first st. '27
YOU BALE—ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK Ki.K
jV Tutor »t a lacrlfloo. Inquire at the Hei-iU
business oilico. v v'
FOR BALK-PRAIRIE BTATE INCUBATOR,
medium Size; also bro xter, cheap. -'i 3 N.
Chestnut st. lm
1710 RHA LB— ICOLUMBIA BIC V CLE; NEV BR
? been used; host oder takes, Address w. box
70 Herald. %i
InOR BALE -ENGLISH MASTIFF; »10. AD
; dress 2027 Is, Second st. 2<i
1/OH SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
J io suit at this oflice.
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK^^
111 OR BALE -MY ' FINK DRIVING TEAM,
buokbosrd nm i harness, $w t, or will sen horses
separate; will weigh 1100 apicc: geutlO and sound J
going oast. Address 170 8. Burlington. 24
T7»OR SA LE — A 11A V HORSE, WEIGHT
Jj about n»i)ii lbs; gentle,nptricks.good traveler;
k years oiti: for sale cheap or will exchange lot
groceries 4WWi Twenty*etghth st. tf
CARPET CLEANING
SI fl AM CA R PET CL KA N ING, B!: WIN GAN I>
laving. JOHN 11. RICHARDS, ISO N, Spring,
Tel. law. B-'j-n'
MUSICAL
BARGAIN IN A SLIGHTLY USED STEIN
wav upright piano. Address X., box 103, Her
ald ofllce.
LEGAL
Stockholder's Meeting.
OF FICE OF THE CUC AMONG A P B U IT L A N I)
Co., Los Angeles, California.
The regular annual meeting of the Btockholtlrrs
of the Cucaniohga Fruti Landco. will bu held at
tbe Farmers and Merchants' hank. Los Angeles,
Cal., .Monthly, the 4th day of May. at * oclock i>. m
for the i nrpose of electtng q board of directors for
the t'lisiilii); year and the transaction of such other
business as may properly come before suoh meet
ing. E. T WRIGHT! Secretary
i 2dV2B-34*25-29*80
Wanted a Boss.
West Virginia, tho Mountain State, it
full ot Interesting characters. Back ot thi
Kathor aristocratic little town of Fbilippl
nro fastnesses not yet disturbed by I lie on
ward march of civilization. A well kuown
politician was canvassing through Hint
section for votes, when hocamo to a cabin
whoro a young woman was holding a man
an the ground by his cars.
"Done gul enough?" she asked.
"1 give It up," bo said. Then the gin
released tho man, who went away, look
ing very much abashed,
" What's the trouble?" Inquired the pol
itician.
"Thar wit'n't no trouble," replied the
girl. "He jus' axed nio Jor marry 'mi,
an I've alius said I wouldn't marry any
man I could whop. Kinder looks like I
couldn' flu' one. I've tried mos' of 'ent
round hyar. an none of 'em ain't any
good. I loi' 'lm all about it, un I didu'
want tor whop this un much, but he jus'
went down soon as I tackled 'lm. I reck
on I'll hoy ter bo an ole maid. I kain't
abide havin no man that ain't, mo' of a
man than mo."—Washington Star.
Split a Bock.
Among tho bills of old Berkshire Is a
nohlo birch tree, gigantic In trunk and
limb and abundant In foliage, which tow
ers above Its neighboring companions, but
grows, apparently, out of an Immense
granite bowlder. Hero, one might think,
it would havo paused, submitting to the
adamantine pressure, either crushed ut
terly lo the oarth or dwarfed nnd deformed
by its unyielding environment. But it
had tho irresistible evolutionary forces of
nature behind it. Tho sunlight above
wooed it from its prison house; it pushed
upward toward tho light. Gradually the
little erevico in tho rock was widened, tho
great bowlder was split asunder as by tlio
hammer of Thor—:ho nohlo tree was
scarcely distorted by tho struggle, protect
ed from destructive storms by Its oon
ijucrod enemy.—Boston Transcript.
Careful Doctors.
In the seventeenth and eighteenth con
turlos doctors carried canes with hollow
heads, perforated liko a pepper castor.
These contained aromatic powdors, and
when entering a sickroom, the dootor
would strike tho cane smartly on the floor
And apply its head to his nose for the pur
pose ot disinfecting that member and thus
of provcutinc contagion.
Front*
"Whore's your son Willie, Mrs. Mo-
Qulnnessf"
"Sure, la t put on tbe uniform and gone
to the front,"
"Mono to the w»», li Itf"
" War! No; be'a ■ bsUlboy ln a hotel."
—Vn.i',-j
LOST LITERATURE.
Fire anil Water Harp Destroyed Many of
tlio Best of !>>/..
Tlio lino literature absolutely lost Is
very considerable. Of classics* literature
nluuo books could ba flUoil with the mere
names of works, never to mention tlio
mutilated stnteof ninny that survive. Tho
criusos of loss are few. Flro Is tho most
cummoii. lieu Jinson by tho flro In hi*
houso lost an entire drama of (hollfoof
Homy V with notes nnd a number of oth
er works. Tho Are of London was respon
sible lor tho loss of many valuable Works
of tho Elizabethan period and of much
t arly Hngllsh poetry. A severer blow tolov
eta of Anglo Saxon litornturo wns tbe burn-
I ing of tho Cottontail library hi ITill, wheu
a vast quantity ot old nianu?rripts wm
destroyed. In 171)2, by a flro in Lincoln's
Inn Fields, n largo collection of nianu
scripts and pamphlets, gathered with great,
labor by Lord Chamberlain Somers, was
lost. About tho samo timo Davlos' notes
on Cicero's "Do Officils" were lost by a
lire In Strand, London.
Tho second great cause of loss Is the
ocean, whoso "greedy maw" swallows all
kinds of treasure so remorselessly. Karly
ln the fifteenth century (iuarino Veronese
was returning to ('nnstantinoplo with n
shipload of classical manuscripts, Tha vss
sol was wrecked and the treasures lost, a
misfortune which turned the scholar's
hair White in n few hours. Our own Spen
ser suffered serious loss by shipwreck of *
servant crossing from Ireland. The last
six books of the "Faerie Qnocne," and «
Dumber of translations and poems, includ
ing •■Dreams," "The Court of Cupid" and
'•The Hell of Lovers." were thus consign
ed to a watery grave. Iv 1980, on the
death of A'luenutio Plnelll, his library wns
paoked in three vessels bound for Naples.
Ono was attacked by pirates, who flung
out tho books and papers Into tlio sea nnd
along the shore, some of the latter being
picked up by tho Inhabitants and used to
stuff windows with, Toward tha close of
lost century a servant of Warburton came
btoss a unique mass of manuscript plays,
Which she used up in lighting fires nnd
making plo crust frills. And everybody
remembers how a domes! Ie of John Stuart
Mill consigned to the Barnes a part of Cnr
lyle's " French devolution." Tho horror
of Mill at tlie loss, and tho "agony" of
Carlylo in rewriting the work, nro now
matters of history.
A very curious loss was occasioned In
Italy in the fourteenth century when Hal
tnondo Soranzo loaned the manuscript of
Cicero's "Do Gloria" to a friend, who
pawned it, and died before its hiding place
could be discovered.— London Telegraph.
The FSddler's Osillag.
The antiquity and universality of Cm
peddler's calling havo been obscured by n
name given him in days when t bac calling
had lest much of its Importance, a name
whoso etymology, though still uncertain,
unduly speeiiies or belittles it. Modern
philology dismisses with a smile Johnson's
explanation of a contraction from "petty
dealer," or tho moro picturesque deriva
tion from pied pouldreus, and observes
that the word came probably with Danes
or Norsemen into F.nglnnd nnd has its
origin in the ped or panier in which fish
was brought, to marko( in Norfolk, while
tho pe.ddir (peddler) of lowland Scorch is
equally of Scandinavian origin, Ccddnr
(spelled peoddare) is found in the general
sense of a small hawker in tho Ancren
Miwle -that is. before I:?.'!T—and pedler,
or pedlar, is probably formed from peddle,
an unrecorded diminutive of ped. But
tho point to observe Is that nil these deri
vations, right or wrong, either unduly
narrow his calling or emphasize its hard
ship and InSignlSoanoe. He Is dowered
with n name that unfairly depreciates him
at tho outset.
Nor has tlio historian beon more kind
to him; as historian, indeed, lt wns gener
ally out of his power, History has not
been slow to recogniza the importance of
trade iv tho development of nations nm!
to show how the peaceful operations of
commerce are often tlie precursors of mil
itary conquest or at least oi' political do
minion. Bui history does notgo back far
enough. Whin the historian speaks of
trade, he conceives of it on a largo scale,
as an affair of ships and caravans, and
neglects its humble origin in tho poriodie
fair and tlio itinerant peddler.—Kacmil
lau's Alagarino.
A Piece of Old Tccumsch's Skin.
A ghastly relic of early times in Ohio is
now preserved in the collection of curiosi
ties belonging-to Huff post, ti. A. 8., of
Lawrenoeburgi near Clnolvinntl. Tho ones
gory relic referred to is a strip of skin cut
from the back of Tccumsch, the great In
dian chieftain. Tecumseh wns killed in
tho battle of the Thames, Canada, on Oot.
6, LSI 3. His death was unknown to the
Americans for several days. Finally old
Indian Dill (William Morris, tho Indian
fighter and early pioneer of the Ohio val
ley) discovered the remains among others
who wero slain during the engagement
Tlie powder horn which Tecumseh prized
so highly, and which had been made from
the horn of the llrst buffalo tho Indian
had ever killed, was still around bis neck.
Morris took the horn fOI a momouto, and,
not, being satisfied with that, turned ths
fallen chieftain over on his face and out*
strip of skin several Inches wide from ths
warrior's back. This strip of human
leather wns careful ly ami properly tanned,
anil during the remainder of old Indian
Bill's life was used for n razor strop. .In
dian Bill Morris died only a few years ago
lv Switzerland county, Ind., at the ago of
104. Just before he passed away he gays
the powder horn and strip of sktn to his
eon Henry. Henry Morris kept the relies
until about six years ago, when ho pre
sented them to the Huff post, G. A. 8., ot
Lawrencebnrg, as above noted. —St. Louis
Republic.
Sarcastic.
" Yon don't call upon Miss Smarts at
much ns you did?"
"No. Fact, is, I have reasons for sus
pecting that my compnny is not so agreo
nblo as it might bo Tho last timo I was
there I Mippose I did stay rather long, and
when I got up to go Miss Smarts said:
•Must you go nowf I was In hopes you
would stop for breakfast.' Somehow I got
an Idea that perhnps lt would bo just as
well for mo not to wnsto any more time at
that house."—Boston Transcript
A Costly Bit of Experience.
West of the Mississippi all tho big rail
roads do an immense amount of advertis
ing ln the newspapers. Tho general pas
senger agents say tbat they get better re
sults from their newspaper ads. than from
any other source. Not long ago an at
tempt wns made on a certain western line
to reduce advertising expenses, and for
about two months they managed to keep
their notices out of tho papers, but whon
the rcoeiver was appointed he told the pas
senger agents that it would be better to
advertise a little.—Pittsburg Post.
Kellablo Indication.
"Docs the old fellow have inoneyr"
"I rather think so."
"Makes a show, does ho?"
"Oh, no, but his daughter, who Is 85
years old and awfully ugly, was married
last week."—Gothamlto.
A man's forttiue is frequently decided
by his first address. If pleasing, others ut
once conolude ho husmerit, but if ungrace
ful they decide against him.—Chesterfield.

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