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City Branch Agencies . . • or • THE HERALD In orderlo accommodate the public The Herald faoe established branch agencies, where copies of tbe Dolly and Sondny will boon sale nnd adver tising and subscriptions taken and forwarded to the main office as soon as received. These brunch agencies do not Include the hun dreds of book stores and news sinnds In nil pans of the city where The Herald Is also for snle. BOYLE HEIGHTS 33. DON.NI-'.I.L, Newsdealer, 2108 East First street. EAST LOS ANGELES Jilts. X, c. TRACKER, Newsdealer, 194 >'urth llaly street. BAN FERNANDO STREET M'KlNNll-.'s PHARMACY, 143S San Fer linnilo street. WESTLAKE PARK lUIN'ALP A. ROSS, Ncu3deuler, 2100 West Seventh street, UNIVERSITY II L. PA UK, Drags, Stallone*/, Etc., l'ceMoillce building. BOVTH CKMiiAh AVENUE CHICAGO PHARMACY, comer Central avenue niiel Twelfth street. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD Messrs. George P. Row.-ll & Co., 10 Spruce (trccl. New York, wlio are the recoirnired su thorlty on the circulation of newspapers, have notified The Herald tliat they will rublish in the ne*t Ijsu: of Printers' ln.-t. and clso In the American Newspaper Directory for ISOO. the following notic ol Tha Herald's QUAtUNTEED CIRCULATION I " Only four Sunday papers in Ca itornia have so hii>h a circulation as Is accorileJ the Les An geles Herald, and the publishers of the Ameri can Newspaper Directory will guarantee the accuracy of the circulation rating accorded to this paper by a reward of one hundred dollars, payable t.i the first pers.in who successfully assails it." It might net be oa: of piece to add that, out of a total of 425 publlCltlonß is:,jed in Califor nia there are be* three which make a sworn statement ta their circulation. THE HBRALD IS BNS OF THE THRf'::. CHURCH NOTICES JfAluTlS.'tX li. BARRETT PRESIDENT of the National Bpirltuallsl Association, will speak for me fiarmonial Sine tualisl ' Assoclati.ll at theirnew muelt hall, 2818. Spring s-.. Sunday morning ut 10:80, and afternoon at 2:80 iclock. Atthemomlng service YV. .1 folville will be present and give a brie: address. Mrs. Marretta Chandler of San Francisco, the rifted so prano, will sine:. Al the close of the af ternoon address Mrs. Ada Foy Will dem onstrate the truth of tbe continuity of life by giving messages I rora the ae-oalli d dead. A pressing Invitation Is extended to all spiritual societies and to Ihose friendly 10 the < ause within visiting dis tance of our city 10 avail themselves of the opportunity 10 hear this grand and elotiueni expositor of our glorious phyl osophy. Evening service commencing promptly art 7:80 with an Insnlrs tinrtal on dress, entitled "Life in the Spirit World," following wilh spirit messages, and 11111 nun.cS icuiu u,.r irieuus 111 spirit tile by our pastor, Mrs. Ada l-Yvc; contralto solo. Mrs. Emms Sherwood: musics'di rector. Mrs. Sanford Johnson: S. D. Dye, presaieni, ;ii- west c trst st. d 1 BT. PAUL'S CHURCH, EPISCOPAL, 1 Olive st.. opposite the park. Open every ) day in tiie year. Dally service at 1" a. m. | Tiie clergy will respond to all call.-', for tbe offices of the church for strangers ; or visitors, without respect to creed burials, marriages, baptisms or vt.-ila- j Hons of the sic k. I'se of the church j choerful'.v given free for funeral ser vices. Tel 113 red. if REV. A. P. GRAVES, D. D., THE NOTED evangelist from New York City, Will preach at the Central Baptist church, cor. of Pico unci Flower sts., Sunday, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. -' EA RLE—THE WONDERFUL INDE pend< nt slate writer, has returned 10 the eltv and can be consulted daily at Hotel Catulina. 43! i Broadway, Parlors 22. 6-8 T. M. C. A.—JOHN G. WOOLLEY WILL speak at 3 oelock. Sunday, in Simpson auditorium: lo men only; admission free. SPECIAL NO i ICES BUSINESS NEWSPAPER -TIIE DAILY Journal; a business newspaper; publish- j Ing all the county official records, re al I ■ estate transfers, mortgages am l liens, building news, contract work, liun.iclal j • news, and all news relating to tho re- j sources unci development tu' Southern ' Catifornin and the great territory of . the southwest. One dollar per month, . or in advance 810 pi r year. 227 W. First St., Los Angeles, t'al. 6-1 tl' NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY Wuter <'o. will strictly enforce the fol lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of 0 and 8 ocloi k o. ni. and 0 and 8 oeloc k p. m. For a vio lation of the above regulations the water will In- Bhut off and a line of 82 will be charged 1..d'..r" the water will he turned on again. 4-28 NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol lowing rules; The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of •'■ auo B oe lock a. m. and 'i and 8 ocloc k p. in. For a vio lation ol the above regulations the water will be shut off and a line ot J2 will be charged before- the water will lie turn-el on again. 10-30 ASEPTOLIN- DR. CYRUS EDSON'SAL- Ieged e-tire- ror consumption seems to be proving itself a success; cases treated at e-ost ot the- remedies used for one month, by bit. PILKINGTON, The Wlnthrop. 3n 330 s. Sprint st. WANT El >-<iP.EATEST M" <NEY MAKER out: c-osts .". c-e nts, sells for2scents; need ed by every family: 20.000 sold in Min neapolis; S'-ie! ■" e-enis for sample. DO MESTIC meg. Co., 506 N. Washington aye.. Minneapolis, Minn. MINERVA c -, IBMI iS The M. K. system. For "0 cents a month you can re-ael r,n lead ng magazine s at your home-. Call ul 133 S. Broadway. 3-S NEW GERMAN ODD FELLOWS' Lodge, Alemunnla Lodge wiil organize ahoul July Ist. All Gc '.-mans of good character and health are Invited it, call at 22a S. Main to '.ill oul application. 7-1 EXCHANGE —FEED AND SALE STA ble; buy and sell on commission horses, wagons, harness, bay and grain. Ad vances made, stalls for rent 'lay or month, aMMi! S. Broadway. 3-7 FOLLOWING ISA LIST OF CHILDREN received into tie- Boys and e;irls Aid So ciety since Hie last publication, half or phans: Eva Dunn, 12 years; Walter Dunn, l» years. O. J. DAVIS, CONTRACTOR AND builder. Houses built for cash or Install ment plan. Money to loan to parties con templating building. 408 S. Broadway, Tel. HU Main. 4-u-tt' BjJANUFACTI'RING AND SELLING right for tbe best crude petroleum oil burner for dome -tie us.- in the world, for sale. Call and see it hi operation at 310 8. Main st. ,s SEND 10 CENTS FOR PAOI Flo CUPID, a matrimonial pap' r: particulars of bu reau in this issue. MRS, M. B. HERTZ, Manager. 312 J lydc si.. San Francisco. 5-19 WANTED -ALL SOLDIERS AND THEIR dependent cm s to know that my ollice is now located ai 120 V; S. Spring si. JAMES PUGH, U. S. Pension Attorney. ti-l JAMES SPRING, Carpenter ami Rudder. All kinds of repairing neatly done to or der. 439 S. Flower st. .-,.12 CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE MEETS Ev ery Wednesday at 2:30 ut Forester's hull tHHi N. Main st. Bat-tf A DIVINE HEALER AT 244 S. HILL St.: cures stuttering and stammering; consultation free. G-l SPECIAL NOTICES WAnVeI > -ST'OCK-1200 AOHES PAS turage nt Ballona. Bee WILHELM. 826 S. Main st. Ml J. B. FROVA. PRACTICAL CHIMNEY sweeper. Residence 70S Macy St., Los An golcs. 5-3 //£t." H 'ANTED-MALE^^ HUMMEL BROS. & CO., Successors to niTTY. HUMMEL CO.. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS 300-302 W. Second st.. in basement California Hank Building. TeL 603. Office hours from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., ex cept Sundays. M LIN'S Oil PA HTM ENT. llnv bund, $1 a day: boy. ML for dairy. 18, etc, montli: general blacksmith, HO. etc.. month; orchard man, $20, etc.; stout boy, cily. 81.60 week. HOTEL DEPARTMENT. 2d porter, city. }2'>. etc.: first class por ter and runner, country. $2',. etc.: cook for Arizona. $30. etc.; cook for hoarding house, country, $25: cook, small hotel. 53..; colored waiter, 818, etc.; woman cook, city, 880; girl to assist in dining room. $! i to $1S waitress, country, $2ti; Hattie Hitch ideas, call. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT. Housekeeper for gentleman, 885, etc.: i house girl*, S2o and 835: 6 bouse girls, rountrv. 886 to 818 and fare: nurse girl. f2u: ranch cook. ISO; house girls for Craf ton. Garvansa. Santa Paula, stents AAA, Redlands. Rlncon, Santa ilnrbarii. AY ANTED -TK N P.OYS OR YOUNG MEN from each school or college in the city to v.-ork a portion of tiie time for The Herald. Twenty-live cents In cash will be paid for each new name.and every ; canvasser win have an opportunity to win one or more of the following prizes: One $'na Hrst-clasfl bicycle, a gold htint j Ing ease watch, a six months' scholar ship in a business college, double-bar- I relied breech-loading shotgun. $20 suit of clothes. J2'i overcoat, round trip to San Diego or Catallna and return. Either of ! Hie hitter Includes a free dinner at the Coronado Hotel or Hotel de Avalon. 3-lltf WAN TED—SI'I.EN DIH OPPORTUNITY for appointment for young men in rail- Way mail service. Examinations soon In every state. Particulars about all gov ernment positions free. NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE, Washington, D. c. 8-15 WANTED—SITUATION BY GOOD GER man woman, position as cook, or to do general house work: can do both German and French cooking: city or country; 116 j West Sixth St., next Main. « WANTED—SALESMEN—BIOO TO $125 PER month and expenses: sample line: posi tion permanent, pleasant and desirable. Address, with stamp. KING MFG. CO., BY, 73. Chicago. 7-23 WANTED—INDUSTRIOUS MAN WITH $12". In produce and provision market. Apply Io MAHONEY ROBINSON, !2ti S. Main st. 4 WANTED—YOUR PATRONAGE. RELl able help furnished promptly. REID'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 125 W. First St. tf eTt. CASEY <v CO.. ll.'ii. 3. BROADWAY, employment office; we furnish reliable hotel and household help. tf WANTED—HELP FREE-27 SlTUA ttons, 32"-. s. Broadway. B. nittin- QEB. HELP WANTED- FEMALE ! WANTED—WE MUST HAVE HELP. I We pay men and women SI 1 ' to $1* per ! week lor easy homework. No books or I peddling. Steady employment guafan tee.l. Send stump ft r work and partic ulars at once. HERMANN SEYMOUR, 213 South Sixth st., Philadelphia, Pa. 4-7 St a wk I WANTED—A YOUNG LADY FOR EM plovmcnt ofllce to attend the ladies' rto ! pnrtment; must be well acquainted la city, und one that has bed some exper ience In this line preferred. Address C, box 10, Herald otllce. 3_ SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE _ ''■ WANTED—BOOKS TO KEEP AFTER 6 p. in.: also books to examine; terms satis l factory; address Accountant, 806 E. ! Fourth st. 5-2 SITUA TIONS WANTED-FE MALE WANTED—LADY LATE FROM TEE North wishes position as housekeeper and companion. Address 2<l« E. Third St.. city. 15 WA NTED-FIP.ST-OLASS COOK WANTS ! position In private family. Address 312 E. Second st. 5-2 WANTED—REAL ESTATE WANTED— A LOT ABOUT 60x160 AND 3 or 4 room house, and I will not pay over 8500 or 8800 for same, anil I want to bay 530 down and $12 or $1" a month. 1 don't tare if ibis is out in the suburbs, just so It Is convenient to get to tow n. Call on HINTON .v WHITAKER. 123 w. Second st.. i:' you have anything to offer. 4-22t£ RENT 1 WANTED—FURNISHED COTTAGE OR three or four litcely furnished rooms, lo- , ! cated between Seventh and Pico,Hilland Pearl. Address P, box 10, Herald ollice. 4 I FOR EXOIIAXGE-WHAT HAVE You | . lo offer for a paving restaurant. Address A, box 10, Herald ollice. 4 H INI ED-MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—TO TAKE PARTIES To I Fosemite Valley or other summer re- - sorts. Have wagon, teams, etc., suitable for camping. Reasonable rates. Address ! G. W. i,RAY, 1010 Garland st., or station A., city. 3 j j WANTED—BY A NEAT SEAMSTRESS! i plain sewing and mending; children* 1 clothing a specialty, call or address MRS. SMITH, 411 S. Hill St., In the rear, 1 \ I WANTED—GOOD )!'>i:*E AND LIGHT 1 I buggy lor the keep: will give he; • refer- : I ence and board horSe In lirst-eluss stable. I Address 8., box 60, Herald office, tf j WANTED—HOUSE RAISED. ROOM ■ built and Utile cash In exchange for ! large vacant lot. WM GORDON, Tem ple st.. power house. o WANTED—A KEATING BICYCLE, 'Ba pattern. Must be In good condition in. I low price. M, Box 80, Herald ollice. if WANTED—A GOOD SADDLE HORSE; must be good, sound and cheap. Ad dress W.. box GO, Herald office. 3 i: USINESS f..-> PERSONAL-JUST LIKE FINDING money. Thai's what people say who have tried v small ml. in The Herald. They don't cost much, but the results are sim ply marvelous, lv this popular depart ment The lit raid has made a gain of more than 200 per cent in tho past few months. Big c irculation counts. The Herald has it. If you want to talk to half th.- people in Los Angeles and other part.- of Southern California, try a small ad. in addition to th* imrnei.se and rapidly Increasing circulation of 'Tint Herald, its sales by newsboys, on trains, ni hotels and summer resorts, make It ti.. advertising medium of the Pacific coast. i Look over thesi small advertisements today. They v. ill interest you und may make you some money. Tomorrow try one. The results will be both surprising and satisfying, «-3lf PERSONA L—RALPH 8 BR( IS.—GOLD Bar Hour. $1; city Hour, 80c; granulated sugar, 18 lbs., 81; brown sugar, 18 lbs., 81; li lbs. rolled wheat or oats, 25c; sardines, I .", boxes, 25c; tomatoes, 4 ear,.-. 2V; 7 bars I German family soap, 86c; 5 gallons oIL SOc: gasoline, Me; :; packages morning i meal. 25c: lard, 10-lb. tan. 65c; 12 lbs, beans, 25c; 6 lbs. rice, 25c. 600 Spring si., i cor. Sixth. 5-20 ' : MISFIT AND UNCALLED-FOR GAR- ! incuts nt less than ball' your tailor's ; prices ut the Misfit Clothing Parlors 12-1 \v. First st., Wilson block. i-14tf PERSONAL—B, MORRIS PAYS Till: highest price for gen's' second-hand clothing; send postal, will call. UlHCom mercial st. 8-18 PERSONAL—IDA LIVINGSTON AT home front Jo a. in. to Bp. in. Roon 1 and 42, old McDonald 1.1k., 127 N. .Man il _elty ; 3__ PATENTS. COPYRIGHTS, ETC. KNIGHT PROS.. PATENT SOLICITORS- I free bcofc on patents, 121 Byrne bldg,' ' I 3-22-li I LOS ANGELES HEEALD: 6ATTJBDAT MOBNIKG, MAT 2, 1999, BU^J^SjOPPg^UNJTIES^ OFFICE OF JOHNJONES, JR. FOH SALE—S3OOO, DRUG STORE, DOING good business: Invoice more: owner will sell whole or two-thirds, slmplv and sole ly because his mind ls made up to study medicine. Druggists now Is your time. 2 FOR SALE—S3OOO. A RARE CHANCE TO invest In a strictly rash business. Staple as wheat; if you have capital and busi ness capabilities this Is your opportun ity. 2 tSMO WILL BUT HALF INTEREST IN A business that the public arc forced to patronize. 2 12 FOR ONE OF TIIE OLDEST Es tablished ami bcst-pnvinpr deals that can be offered. Just renovated, with nil the latest improvements to meet the pres ent demand. Owner will be glad to re tain half interest if satisfactory partner ship can be effected. 2 mod LIVERT STABLE. CONTAINING lease, 7 horses, fi turnouts, wntron. har ness nnd necessaries for running the place; now lias 15 boarders. Rood loca tion, making money. If you are built tiiat way it will pay you t» get details 2 13000—HAVE FULLY THIS AMOUNT OF hardwood lumber, invoice cost; will trade for house and lots In this city: good value; owner retiring from business: tine chance to get cheap lumber In exchange for property. To buy. sell or exchange nnv business call at 828 Byrne bldg. 2 FOR SAI.E-jWM: EESTAVRANT, Ex ceptional bargain; must be sol.i at once: run by present owner 7 years 1 never be fore But h bargain offered: Spring-at close in. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. First et. FOE SAI.K- BLACKSMITH BUSINESS at cost of stock und tools: no competit ors: t--cod Btand; retiring on account of poor health. Address WALTER 1.. BRAT, Asusa, Cal. Box !'3. 5-441 FOR BALE—MANUFACTURING AND selling right for thebesl crude petroleum oil bonier for domestic use In the world, for .-.lie. Call and sec it in operation at StO S. Main st. 8 LOIS SAI.E-$2,-,0; PARTNER WANTED io attend cash counter in a first-class res taurant; owner will guarantee at least sr.-, a month net profit Sec BEN WHITE 221 W. First st. 3 ' F< >X SAI.E-$.-A>. HorSE AND LOT, FFE nlture, turkeys, chickens, etc.: five min utes to center of olty on KurtS street < lectric road. Call No. o Clover st., c. l. A - 4 FOR SALE—BIBI.6O AVERAGE PER week last year. Write for particulars, F. HARRIMAN & CO., St. Paul building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 10-Mayl FOR BALE—I2OO WILL BUT A PAVING r siaurant. if taken nt once. Address C, box 40, Herald office, .1 FOR SALE CH EAP-BltXxciTl IAKERY nnd confectionary, soft drinks and el r ars. m S. Main. if FOR SALE — CITY NEWSPAPER ro ites. Apply c. G. SPRENG, Herald business otiice. t ( FOR SALE—THE UNITED STATES restaurant, very cheap, cor. Requena anil Main sts. 4 TO SELL OR quick go to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. Ti I SELL OFT TOUR BUSINESS SEE I. D. Barnard, 1171- s. Broadway. Bm CaTIONaL MRS?" ADELINE DUVAL*"" MACK'S School of Elocution ami Dramatic art Slfi B. Pearl st.. formerly of Washington! D. C.: special terms to schools; thorough vooal training; private lessons or elassc.v also dramatic training for theatrical pro fession. 4.3.3; I.OS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL for klndergartnere. Fall term September 18th. MRS. N. D. MAY 1 lEW, tlTnl W 1 wenty-third st. 6-Stf AN AD VER TiSEMENT In these Columns brings great results, try one at the raie of 5[ Cents aLine j i I.OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, incorporated, occupied tlte entire fifth floor of the new currier block, 212 w. 1 'Third hi.: largest, oldest, best: elegant and commodious rooms, intensely jn - ae- 1 tical oourse of study, aide and expor- i lenced specialists us teachers, complete 1 equipments, perfect lighting and ventlla- i ii 111. rooms heated hy steam, first-class : elevator service: live course! of study— J commercial, shorthand and typewriting, I preparatory, telegraphy and assaying; the school is thoroughly live and prugres- ! slvol it inspires as wi II as teaches; day 1 and evening sessions: individual and I class instructions: successful graduates; flno class of students: visitors cordially welcomed; full Information, personally or hy mall. E. 11. SI I RADER. pres., E. K. ISAACS, vtoe-pres., I. X. INBKBBP, Sec, 2-20-7 woodp.ury business college <in corporated i. 220 S. Spring St., is the oldest nnd largest commercial school hi South ern California: the most beautiful col lege rooms and equipment to he found In the slate: elevator for pupils' use: a large faculty of experienced and ahln in s.meters: open the entire year: both day and evening sessions: a practical Eng lish course, a thorough business course and a course iv shorthand and typewrit ing under an expert* no.d stenographer. "Write or ran for Illustrated catalogue and f ill information. G. A. HOUGH, president; X. G. EELKER, vice-presi dent. FROEREL INSTITUTE (CASA DE Rosas) training school for kindergarten; also school for boys and girls of all grades: opens Septc-nhor 2,1 d. Apply to MADAME LOUIS CLAVERIB. R-fly BOfNTON NORMAL POR TEACHERS only, begins September 16th; teachers aided in getting positions: teachers, gov ernesses and tutors supplied. Room 525 Btlmson block. o-30tf ETON BCHOOL FOR BOYS, NO. 130 w. Pico st. HORACE A. BROWN, LL. 13. HARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONES. 1008 W. Seventh st. 6-ti DENTISTS PA. DENTAL CO.. A. .T. STEVENS. MAN age r. makes a specialty of crown and hedge work and painless extracting, A good set of teeth 220 S. Spring. Tele phone ll 1 "'. tf ADAMS BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS, 281% s. Bprlng st.; painless extracting and filling; plat.- 86, 88, 810; all work guaran teed: established io years; hours, s-5; Sun days, 10-12. FRANK STEVENS. 224V4 S. SPRING ST., open days and evenings; also Sundays; electric light. DR. KENNEDY. DENTIST, IOSVi 8. Spring street, rooms 2, 0 und 7; painless , x traction. FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK FOR SALE—A RAY HORSE, WEIGHT about 1000 pounds; gentle, not tricks, good traveler; N years old; for sale cheap or will exchange for groceries. 406 W. Twen ty-eighth st. tf FOR SALE-HEAVY DRAFT MULE, weight 1200, forBBs. Address G. W. GRAY, 1010 Garland St., or Station A, city. 3 I-ol; SALE—2 COWS. HORSE. WAGON ami harness and chickens. Address 1)., bog r.O. I lerald office. 3 FOR SALE—FRESH JERSEY COW. young and gentle, at 7117 East Fourteenth St. 8 FOR SALE-COW, }20; A BARGAIN. 3?0 _ Edgeware road. « plumbers FRANK A. WEINSI TANK. PLUMBER und gasntter, 210 c. Becond st. Tel. I3u. 1 I . FINANCIAL I I PACIFIC LOAn"cO.-LOANB~LV ANY amount on all kinds of collateral eecur- | ity. diamonds, Jewelry and seal skins, j also on pianos, furniture and household poods in private lodging and boarding 1 houses and hotels, without removal. Par tial payments received. Money quick: • business confidential: private ofllce for ladies. W. E. DEGROOT. manager, roms 2 and 4, 114 S. Spring st. UNION LOAN~CO. Stlmson Block. Ixians money on all kinds of collateral security: watches, diamonds, seal skins 1 and furniture in lodging and boarding 1 houses and on pianos, without removal: j also on bonds, stocks, mortgages: low 1 Interest, money at once: business confi dential; private ofllce for ladles; room 111. CLARK K. SHAW. Manager, rooms 111 and 112, first lloor, Stlmson block, tt TIIE GERMAN SAVINGS AND IXSAN Society of San Francisco will make loans ; on improved city nnd country property. On loans of J5OOO and under, cer tificates of title from the Title Insurance and Trust Co. will be accepted, making tlie expenses on such loans very small. Build ing loans a specialty. Apply to R. G. LUNT, Agent, 227 W. . Second. 6-15tf NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNED i AVhat we are! Who we are! And where we are! Have you discovered the cheapest place | In the city to get money on household furniture, diamonds, livestock, ware house receipts, stocks and bonds, all good collaterals. 229 Byrne building. tf ON EVERY SATURDAY' EVENING AF- i ter March 2S. the State Loan and Trust company will be opened from 7 to 8:30 p. ' m., for the benefit of its Interest-bearing depositors, which are received at 3, 4 nnd 6 t>cr cent per annum. The safe de posit department will also be open dur ing the same hours to accommodate Its patrons. 5-4 j L. B. COHN. The Los Angeles pawnbroker. 140 N. Main St., loans money on diamonds, watches, jewelry, firearms, pianos, li braries and all other collateral securities: r.lso sells unredeemed pledges for money loaned and one month's interest added! make no mistake, It is the reliable. L. B. COHN, the Los Angeles pawnbroker. 9-10 , MONEY TO LOAN—NOT BY THE BAR rel or bushel, but any amount desired, on real estate, furniture, watches, dia monds, pianos, live stock, etc.. long or short time, interest reasonable; private ollice: business confidential. CHARLES C. LAMB. 228 S. Spring St.. entrance room 7. 5-11 MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS on diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, safes, lodging houses, hotels and private household furniture; low interest: money quick: private office for ladies. G. M. JONES, rooms it and IS, 212's s. Broad way, adjoining olty halt 5-18 Mi INEY TO LOAN—CITY OR COUNTRY property, to 8 net: personal notes or security; mortgages bought and sold, if you have money to loan or wish to bor row any amount call on JOHN L. PAV KOVICH. 220 W. First St. tf NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT Co. loans money on all kinds of collateral sceuritv; money quickly: business stric:- Iv confidential. Rooms 96 and 96, Bryson block, fifth door. JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manager. 7-3-lyr TO LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT at reasonable rates. WILLIAM F, BOS BYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway. 10-13tf MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, ptanos, live stock, car riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and ci llateral security. LEE BROS., 402 s. Spring st. 8-21 TO LOAN—UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR small loans: no commission: light ex pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST I CO., 223 S. Spring St. R. A. NEWLYN. BROKER, 231 BYRNE bidg., deal? In bonds, mocks, mortgages, first and Second, and all good securities, tf POINDEXTER X WADS WORTH. BROK ers, 3'!j V\. Second st.. buy und sell | Stocks, mortgai es, bonds and any good securities; il you wish to lend or bor l row er invest in real estate call on us: ! collections made and property managed I for non-residents. 2stt j TO LOAN—SIOOO TO $10,000 ON REAL Es tate security. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 : s. Broadway. G-7tf | WANTED TO BORROW WANTED TO BORROW— 1 CAN LEND your money out .'it good interest, from 3 t.. 10 per cent a month. NEWLY'N. 231 Byrne bldg. tf FOR BXCHANOE—REAL ESTATE \ FOP. EXCHANGE—I AM LEAVING town, what have you to exchange for mv household goods, one bed room set, one parlor set, carpets, sewing machine, gar den tools. An eight-room house with nn acre fenced. Improved garden, barn, etc.. to rent very cheap; Kuhrts street .electric at the door; 10 mlnines to First st. Address B, box SO, Herald office 5-2 FOR EXCH A NO E -TO TRADE A FLUTE Boehm, silver keys; two saxophones and i few other musical instruments: all new and French make. I want a good horse and Boring wagon. Address 11, box 20, Herald ofTier. 5-2 FOR EX( HANGE—EXCLUSIVBAOBN- : cy for eastern manufacturer, win take city or country property for part pay ment. Address S. E. . Herald office. Gtf FOR EXCHANGE-LARGE LOT FOR carpi nter's work. WM. GORDON, Tern pie st. power house. 5-3-96 TO EXCHANGE PROPERTY QUICK GO to BEN WHITE, 2.: W. First st. 5-2 FOR EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS FOR EM I iANGE- FOR LUMBER AND some <:'.s|i. first-class carpenter's work, or plans an i specifications with details . comptete. Address Lock Box 92, Uni versity postoffiee. 4 FOR EXCHANGE—FINE NEW Up right piano, tor horse, harness and busi ness buggy; must be Al turnout. Ad dress li., box 80, Herald office. tf FOR EXCHANGE—SLIGHTLY USED upright grand piano for horse board. Ad dress C, box 70, Herald ollice. tf ! FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD YOUNG horse for anything useful; worth $30. ! S2V Montreal st. 5.5 PERSONAL PERSONAL—NEW PP.OOESS-IRREGU- » la rile I rom whatev ;r cause, cured with out medicine, instruments or pain; sure cure; $1 treatment; home. SID Grand aye. 6-3-6 WHY PAY A .MERCHANT TAILOR $35 : for a soil when yeu can get tho same ; thing for 41* si ihe Misfit Clothing Par lors. 124 W. First si.. Wilson block 4-14lf j PERSONAL — GENTLEMEN'S FINE fancy underwear made ;o order by a com petent lady. :,17 S. Broadway, room 40, Second lloor. g_«tj i PANTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER for $1 and )8 we sell for $3 at the Misfit ' Clothing Parlors, 121 \V. First St., Wll- ! 1 son block. 4-litf ] PALMISTS PROF. A. MYERS. TIIE PALMIBT,"HAB returned to ihis city c.nd Is located at his . old parlors. The Norwood. 558 S. Hill st., Where ho will he pleased to receive his I many clients and friends. 5-3 I PROFESSOR"!. W.~ARLrNG— -THE CELEBRATEtTcLAIRVOTANT- Is In the city, at 413 W. Seventh et. ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE TO BENE FIT YOU. The Trof. challenges the World to prove his equal. He rends the future without mistake, elves valuable advice on all affairs of life. He overcomes your ene mies, removes evil Influences, heals fam ily troubles, restores lost affections, caus es happy marriages with the one you love: correct Information on law suits, divorces, marriages, business speculation, names of friends and enemies; also tho one you will marry. His success In the post proves his superior ability to help you now: being sucoessful In all cases whero others have often failed. Thous ands of people have been made happy by his aid and advice. The professor Is not required to return lo such methods as charms and such trash, and does not wish to be classed with card-readers, etc., but a life-reader from the laws of science, which is clairvoyaney. Those who havo been deceived by pretenders must not give up In despair, but consult the pro fessor at once; you will find him reason able in prices, and all business private and confidential. Letters with stamp answered. Office 413 W. Seventh St., be tween nm and Olive sts. Hours from 9 a ; m. to Ip. m.: Sunday, 9n. m. to sp. m. No clairvoyant sign, only name of PRO FESSOR B. W. ARLING on window. 5-11 FROF. FRED BELL.PSYCHIC TEAOH er and expert phrenologist. Phrenolog ical examinations reduced to 81 for this week only. To be successful In life have your capabilities sclentitlcally delineat ed. I'rof. Bell teaches phrenology and prepares pupils for publllc work. An honorable and lucrative profession can thus be obtained in a short time. Pror. Bell develops medlumship on the true plane: also gives lessons In practical oc cultism, a science which points the way to health and success. Consultation free and solicited. Office rooms 30. 31 und 32. Plrtle block, corner Fourth and Broad way. Hours 9 to 12; 1:30 to 5. Evenings by appointment. N. R.—Prof. Hell is open for engage ments to lecture in surrounding towns. 5-2 ATTENTION — ARRIVED — MRS. DR. Terry, late of London, the world re nowned test and business medium: tells your entire life: none can excel her power in giving eorr»ect information; advice given on marriages, divorces, losses, deaths, stocks and lucky numbers: In mines and mining she has no equal; if you w Ish success consult the doctor: she never fails. The doctor does not claim to do anything unnatural, hut she does agree to do alt she advertises to do. Con sult her from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.. In par lors IS and 19. Nutlck house, cor. First and Main sts. 7-1 MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT AND card medium, is meeting with wonderful, success, She invites the most skeptical tn prove her power. All business affairs of life looked into, for the advancement of your future. Will organize a develop ing ciass and gives readings daily from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. 416U Spring st. 9-17 i rV. GREEN. S. D., CLAIRVOYANT. TEST and business medium. Diagnoses dis ease without asking questions, and spirit ual healer. Gives sittings daily: test cir cles on Monday and Eriday evenings: de veloping circle on Wednesday evening. 230'- S. Spring St., room 8. Office hours. 9 lo 5. 4-27 MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON. THE INDE pendent slate writer and medium, gives Sittings daily at C2S S. Los Angeles st.. I and holds" circles on Thursday evening, at Sp. m.. of each week. Admission Sue., and will take a few pupils for piano les sons. S-13 MRS. PARKER. PALMIST, CLAIRVOY ant nnd medium: life reading .business removals, law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Take Third st. electric car lo Vermont aye. and Vine St. Sec ond house on Vine st. west of Vermont aye. 0-30 I LEONORA D'ESTE—A MEDIUM FOR | truth and justice: the greatest curd read- . er of the age. and tells your future; charg es reasonable. Parlors 17 and IS San Jul ian, cor. Fifth ami San Julian. 5-21 MME. NORMAND, HEALER AND LlFE reodtng medium: develops medium pow- | er; self healing on.l how to become a 1 medium at your own home. 815V45. Main St., room 2. 5-4 R. E. G. FRAIM. PHYSICAL MEDIUM; manifestations in the light; circles. Tues day and Thursday evenings;: private sittings given daily. 7H7 Merchant st., between Seventh and Eighth sts. 5-15 MME, GRACE. CELEBRATED CARD reader: tells pasl. present and future. Ladies. 26 cents; gentlemen, 50 cents. Parlors 21 and 25, aS'i Maple aye. 5-li IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OIsS'ANT to know your future consult ZINGAR V the gypsy, at 217 S. Hill st. Office hours 10 a. m. "to 8 p,m. 1-1 MM E. STANLEY. CELEBRATED CARD reader: reads your entire past and fu ture; ladies or gentlemen, 50c. Parlors, 414 S. Hill. 5-18 MME. STANLEY. CELEBRATED CARD reader: reads your entire past and fu ture: ladies or gentlemen, 50c. Parlors, 401 S. Hill. 5-18 MISS KATE LAMPMAN WILL REMAIN In Los Angeles until Tuesday only; circle Monday eve.; sittings daily. 223'- Win ston St. 3 MRS. BARRETT ELLIS. CLAIRVOY ant card reader. Come and hear the truth.. Downey blk., room 17. Price, SO cents. 5-23 DR. W. GREEN—CLAIRVOYANT TEST and business medium. Sittings daily. 21". B. Spring. Room 0. 5-27 MRS. BARNETT—SITTINGS DAILY: 1 circles Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 433 S. Main St.. opp. postofiice. 5-4 i MRU. MANDENA. CLAIRVOYANT, car l reader, palmist and nstrologlst. 213 S. Spring St., rooms 7-i'l. 5-23 IGNES H. PLEASANCE. TRANCE MED- ] lum, is permanently located at 634 S. Broadway. ID-tf EXCURSIONS ONCE A WEEK PERSONALLY CON- I ducted excursions to Chicago. St. Paul, j Minneapolis and all easiern points, leave I.os Angeles every Thursday via South ern Pacific, Union Pacific "World's Pic torial Line." und Chicago and Northwest ern railway, crossing the Sierra Nevadas and passing all points of scenic Interest by daylight. Upholstered tourist cars ot latest" Pullman pattern, lighted by gas. and run through without change. Com petent conductors accompany each party. Fastest time. Lowest rates. For tick ets and berth reservations, apply to J. H. PEARMAN, Manager. G. F. llcrr, T. P. A., 223 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Pacific company. , I 6 3-6 PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCT ed excursions via the Rio Grande ami Rook Island route, leave Los Angeles ev ery Tuesday, cross Ihe Sierra Nevadas and pass the entire Rio Grande scenery by daylight, We have a tourist sleeper ; running through to Minneapolis and St. Paul in connection with every party. Our Boston car stops one day at Niagara Falls. Oflice 13S S. Spring st. BURLINOTON ROUTE—PERSONALLY conducted excursions to the east every i Wednesday over the scenic line of the j world; upholstered tourist co.rs without change. T. H. DUZAN, agent, 222 8. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. <b~- ■- ■ ' - 1 — MACHINE MANUFACTORY YON BERKEY MANUFACTURING CO.. 231-230 E. Second St., manufacturers of special machinery, dies and models; only accurate work; guaranteed. SPECIALISTS DR. R. O. COLLINS, tician, with the Los Angeles Optical in- 1 Ptitutc; eyes examined tree. 125 S. Spring st. RESTAURANTS TRY A MEAL AT TH E ORANeTpacIFIC Restaurant, 314 S. Main st. Our motto pure and good food, quick service. 5-11 CARPET CLEANING STEAM CARPET CLEANING, SEWING and laying. JOHN IL RICHARDS, 120 N. Spring. Tel. 1313. 8-9tf BICYCLES S. LARBEN 8b CO. HAVE THE AGENCY for Relay bicycles. 282 W. Fifth st. 8-10 I FOR SALE—REAL Hoisei and Lots FOR SALE— THE SOFTEST SNAP In town . Is for sale by CULVER. ' A nice new 5-room cottage, with every modern convenience yet thought of by the new woman, and within 10 minutes' walk of Second and Spring streets, for $125-n25-$125. Cash Down. —And Bnlauee at— $19—$19—$19 per month Including interest. Better than paying rent, yet no more than rent each-month. Get a wiggle on you if you want this; It's going to tho tirst woman who gets her eye on it. for it's the prettiest and most convenient little home in this village. —CULVER— 212 south Broadway. " 6 FOR SALE— RARGATNS $2000—Lot 51x160 W. side Flower St. $2000— Fine corner for residence or flnts. $ISOO-Lot on N. side Seventh St., Bonnie Bine. . _ $2750—100x156 S. side Thirtieth, bet. Grand aye. und Figueroa. $5250—Very close In, 00x103. 12-room bouse $1500—fi-room house, lot 50x150. estate must sell Very cheap. $750-Lot on W. Thlrty-llrst St.. worth $1000. $750—Cor. Thirtieth and Maple aye. jliioa—Lot in Bonnie Brae tract. Ss.To—Lot on Wall St.. sure bargain. $200 per fool —Lot on Main st. Several exchanges on hand, t alitornia for eastern or northern. Want to Buy new house, ii rooms, close in. 821100 to 82600, $100 cash. $40 per month. Money to loan. If you want lo place mon ey come and see me. W. M, GRIFFIN. if 186 S. Broadway. FOR SALE—A BARGAIN. $8200, NEW S room residence; sightly local Ion: U2o Westlake aye. overlooking Wlnfleld St.; every convenience: upper balcony, front and back stairs, etc. Owner, 32, W. Seventeenth St. 3 City Loir, FOR BALE—GRIDER & DOW'S ADAMS ST. TRACT. THE TRACT OF HOMES. 04 choice residence lots unsold are now offered al $303 to $1000 on easy payments; two lots have been sold and over2sohomes built In the past IS months; a school building that cost over 817,000 and a line church are located tn this tract; five miles of streets graded, curbed and side walked, and lined with 2000 lively shade and palm trees; city water; electric lights: modern street cars with 10-tnlnute service: only 12 minutes' time from busi ness center; four 80-rool streets and one 100-fOOI streei; lots 50x150 lo alley; high and sightly locniion: rich loam soil, no mud. Don't buy for a home nor for an Investment until you see the "Adams-st, Tract." Free carriages from our otllce. Telephone 12:>9. For maps, prices and views of this tract call on or write to GRIDER & DOW. 4 139 S. Broadway. FOR BALE JUST THINK OF IT. The Alexandre Weill tract offers choice building lots on Eighth. Ninth and Twelfth streets, near Central avenue car line. 26x120 to alley, at 1800, $32:. and 1360, on small cash payment and monthly in stallments of only $10. No Interest charg ed on deferred payments, only 100 lots leH of the original 400. and when they have been disposed nf such a chance to get a home within walking distance at low prices and upon easy terms may never offer again. Title absolutely per fect. An unlimited certificate of title or a police of Insurance of the Title In surance" and Trust Co. Issued With every agreement of sale. For maps, price list and all particulars address RICHARD ALTSCHUL. 7-e od tf 123';; W. Second st., Burdlck blk. FOR SALE GRAND BARGAINS. join— Large 60-foot lot on Twenty-ninth St.. In one block of the electric cars, at $C 1—826 cash and the balance ut $10 per month: strce! graded and graveled; cem ent wulks and curbs, nnd sprinkled. Car riages from our ollice. GRIDER A DOW. 4 139 S. Broadway. FOR BALE—BEAUTIFUL BUILDING lots In C. A, Smith s Third addition, lo cated on Eighth und Mateo sis., near Seventh st. school. These lots are level and part or them are covered with orange trees 20 -.-ears old. They are selling fast, because mv terms are easy—slo cash. Slo per month, and prices low—sl7s, $200 a lot. Rmember this is close-in property. Call soon and make your selection. C. A. SMITH, 213 W. First st. 4-10 tf FOR SALE— ORANGEDALE. Fine 50-foot lots 011 Twenty-third St.. In half block of electric cars, covered with bearing orange trees: streets grad ed and graveled, cement walks and curbs, nt $475 to (500, on easy terms. Sec them before you buy. 4 GRIDER A DOW, 139 S. Broadway. FOR SALE—IF YOU WISH TO BUY ANY property In the olty for Investment or speculation or place or borrow money .«• good city properly you may make money by consulting richard ALTSCHUL, 123' i W. Second st. tU-th-Sat-tf TO BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE PROP erty, go to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. FOR SALE-TWO OF THE FINEST LOTS in Los Angeles, between Third and Fourth on olive, two frontages. Address owner, box 2s, South Pasadena. 5-2 Business Property FOR SALE— BROADWAY LOT. We have a choice piece of properly ou this line street, centrally located. * now In tilt: heart of the business cen ter. We are offering this property at such a low price that will make the lucky buyer a handsome proiit with in a short time. CLARK & BRYAN", 127 W. Third St. 7tf FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. BASSETT & SMITH, Pomona, Cal. B-Mtf Country Pioosrty FOR BALE—B3OOO CASH BUYS 30 ACRES of land; all townslte and good as land around it held at 800 per acre: is miles from Los Angeles, inquire at Massachu setts Shoe Store, 129 W. First st. lm-th-sat-sun FOR SALE SAN GABRIEL—ONLY A few 5 and 10-acre blocks lefl; water right. Now is the time to buy, if you have any thing to sell or trade see E. K. ALEX ANDER, 146 S. Broadway. tf FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE CHEAP 80 acres of good land in San Luis Obispo county. Cail or address 732 Merchant, st., room 10. Los Angeles. 2'l FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS FOR BALE—CHEAP; 800 POUNDS HRE yler type: was used on The Herald until Mcrgenthaier typesetting machines were put in April 16. Address Business Man ager, The Herald, Los Angeles, Cal, FOR BALE—DENTAL CABINET "THE Howard," cost $70. for 850; good as new; also one Wllkerson dental chair, improv ed. In good order, for 1106. 41li E. Twenty third St. FOR SALE-ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK elevator at a sacrifice. Inquire at The Herald business office. 12-tf FOR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTI ties lo suit, at this officer ASSAYER AND CHEMIST THE 81-METALLIC ASSAY OFFICE and Chemical Laboratory, 121 S. Main St. R. A. PEREZ, E. JL, Manager. 5-10 FOR RENT—BY T. WEISENDANOER, 22* W. Second St.. $1G.50- 92fi. also 932 Towne aye.; 6 rooms, bath, burn 20x12; new house. $i'u —779 Kohier st.; ti rooms, bath, barn, new. 6 FOR RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE lv town for mattings, linoleums nnd win dow shades; carpets cleaned and laid. THE MATTING: MART. 301 S. Broadway. 7-10 FOR RENT- Nice 4-ROOM FEAT. DOWN stairs; $11 per month. 1133 Towne aye.. Wolfskin tract. tf FOR RENT—MODERN SIX-ROOM house, bath, gas, lawn, 312 E. Twelfth. Apply 214 W. l'lco St. 5-2 FOR RENT-FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, 1230 Victoria st. ALLISON BARLOW, 12S 8. Broadway. . tf FOR RENT HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS AND bath. Apply 707 W. Sixth st. C FOR RENT—3-ROOM HOUSE; WATER free, $7.00. 730 Central aye. 2 FOR RENT—ROOMS FOR RENT-FURNISHED' SUITE, front and bnck parlors, very desirable for gentleman and wdfo or two gentle men,in a modern lint, on electric, line, live minutes south from idty hall; elec tric lights, gas. bath and telephone; front rooms; no children. Address No. 1 CO LONIAL FLATS. Eighth and Broad way. D-3 FOR RENT — FURNISHED ROOMS cheap: one or two If preferred: nice large anil .sunny front, rooms nicely furnished for housekeeping. Apply 120 N. Hill st. 3 FOR RENT—FIRST FLOOR, 4 ROOMS, completely furnished for housekeeping, also 2 bed rooms; $0 and $S; modern; very desirable. 409 Seventh, near Hill. 2 FOR RENT—COMFORTABLE SUNNY, alrv rooms, ou car line: terms reason able: call or address MRS. L. M. HAR MON, 310 W. Seventh st. 5-5 FOR RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISHED rooms, transient, close In; also single rooms. THE WAVERLY, 127 E. Third St. 4-26 FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA, 321 E. Second St.; furnished rooms; $1.25 per week up; lodging 25c, 35c und 50c per night. 10-1 tf FOR RENT—NEWLY FURNISHED, sunny front rooms, bath, gas. Central choice location, 103 N. olive st., cor. First. 5- 2 FOR RENT—I LARGE, AIRY, SUNNY front room, suitable for lady and gentle man. Address A., box 90, Herald ollice. 3 FOR RENT—B2444 W. PICO ST., DOITRLE parlors single or en suite, with or without board; reasonable; private family. 4 FOR RENT-COMPLETELY" FURNISH ed nice house of eight rooms. Call or address 1517 S. Flower st. 5-5 FOR RENT—THE PARKER, NICELY furnished rooms; reasonable rates. 424 w. Fourth st. s FOR BENT HOUSEKEEPING FUR nished rooms; $1.50 to $2. NITTTNGERS, 4.M S. Hope. tf FOR RENT—2 ROOMS AND KITCHEN partly furnished, 30 per mouth. 625 W. Fifth st. 3 FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping, 020 S. Broad way. 2-25tf FOR RENT—2 CHOICE, SUNNY ROOMS, furnished, In private family. 215 N. Grand aye. 7 FOR REST-STORES FOR RENT— PART OF STORE WITH line show window, on roadway: exoul lenl location for jeweler, inquire ut .■'"6 s. Broadway, tf OR RENT STORE WITH TWO Liv ing rooms In back. 2001 East Seventh st. g FOR REM—MISCELLANEOUS Fl >R RENT—L4IDGE room AT TURNER hall; every tlrst and third Friday of each month, inquire of janitor. 14tf MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY ANY PERSON WITH PURE BLOOD need not be afraid of germs. But when the germs find entrance to the tissues trouble begins. Keep your skin heulthy and promote circulation by electricity mil massage. MRS. dr. A. MAYER, ;.;7 S. Broadway, The Wiley, 31-32 10-2 EDITH ANWAY. FORMERLY OF Bos ton, gives genuine alcohol rubbings that nr.- healthful and refreshing; no rivals. 223 S. Main St., room 3. 5-13 MASSAGE AND ALCOHOL BATHS—2OB Win-ton st.. upstairs, one block east of postoltlce, between Fourth and Fifth sts. 6- 6 INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO GIVE MAS sage treatment, by competent person. Address D, box 80, Herald otllce. 3 THE .FRENCH LADY FROM 220' i EAST Seventh Bt. has removed to DISH S. Main ■tv, room 4. »** MISS REV IRVING, ARTIST, PHOTO tin ting and mounting: new style. 12; i N. Main St.. rooms 2 and 3. 5-3 WINNIE BELL. ROOM 4. 317 COMMER- Cial Bt. Massage and alcoholic baths. 5-28 SOUTHERN LADY" GIVES ALCOHOL baths. 119 M S. Slicing St., parlors 1-2. 5-15 MISS GRACE ROBINSON, NEW HELL man, 120 North Main, room 3, massage. 15 MISS MAY STONE GIVES ALCOHOL baths. 202 N. Alain It., room 17. 5-22 JULIA MANSFIELD, ROOM 8, 120 N. Main st. 5-5^ MISS MAY RUSSELL—THE NEWHELL man, room 7. 5-t> LOST AND FOUND FOUND -A LADIES' ALLIGATOR-SKIN pocketbook, containing among other things papers and a trunk check of Southern PaolflO company. Owner can Obtain same by identifying ut Herald office. tf LOST—B2 REWARD FOR RETURN OF 2 cards of green satin, lost on Tuesday on Broadway, Third. Main or S. Spring st. BOSTON DRY GOODS STORE. 2 STRAYED —AT THE CONNOLLY Ranch, Vermont aye., ten sheep. Owner can have same by paying expenses. ELIZA CONNOLLY. 5-4-90 CHIROPODISTS MISS J F ALEXANDER CHLROPO ' Ist 11 c its feef gives salt glow, mas s' "gc- hours 9 a.m. to 8 P.m. 215 and 216 Wilson block, First ami Spring streets. DR. ZACH U, DISEASES OF~THE FEET, 253 S. Spring st. PHYSICIANS DR DORA KING. GERMAN-ENGLISH -nV.ciai.st: diseases Of women; all Ir -1 rilies restored: treatment oonllden tlaV; cure."guaranteed. 410 S. Broadway. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE-SOME GOOD BARGAINS IN second-hand organs; good makes. KOH LER ci CHASE, 233 S. Spring st. tf A TTORNE YS-A T-LA W BROUSSEAU & MONTGOMERY. Attorneys-at-Law, 403 Bradbury blk., Lo:: Angeles. tf MUSICAL^ B A SLIGHTLY USED Stelnway upright piano. Address X., box 100, Herald onice. PIANOS KNABE AND VOSE £- SONS PTANOSAT BIRKEL'S, Parlors IS and 19, Pirtle blk. tf HOUSE-MOVING SLOP E r7 1 !( ) US E MO VER-ObC FICE, 113 N. Broadway.