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RATES FOR CLASSIFIED ADS. Five cents * Una each Insertion; $1.90 par line par month. Sht words make a Una. Fraction of « line counts same at fOit //lf#e ____^^—— CHURCH NOTICES ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, EPISCOPAL, Olive St., opposite the park. Open every day Tn the year. Dally service at 10 a. m. She clergy will respond to all calls for to offices of the church for strangers or visitors, without respect to creed; burials, marriages, baptisms or visita tion! of tha alck. Use of the church cheerfully given free for funeral ser vices. Tel. 143j-cd. ii H BUSINESS "NEWSPAPER—THE DAILY Journal; a business newspaper; publish ing all the county official records, real estate transfers, mortgages and Hens, building news, contract work, finnacial news, and all news relating to the re sources and development of Southern California and tho great territory of the southwest. One dollar per month, •r In advance $10 per year. 227 W. If irst st,. Lost Angeles. Cal. W t£ LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE— M. L. WICKS, Manager; ratea one-half to two-thirds those of old line companies; business In 18S5 of companies represented over $!00,000,00A. Insurance methods change and improve with the progress of man. First noor over California ban*. Second and Broadway sts. Men or ladles of good address wanted as agents. 31 KOTICB—THE LOS ANGELES CITY Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of 6 and I ocloek a. m. and s aud $ ocloel: p. m. For a vio lation of tite above regulations tlie water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be ( barged before the water will be turned oil again. 10-30 E?T. CASEY tt CO. WILL HE OPEN FOR business on Monday, Stay ISth, at 223 W, First St.. where he will be glad to meet all of his oltl friends and clients, and any one wanting to buy or st II anything in the way of real estate, lodging houses, at their place of business. E. T. CASEY. LOS ANGELES. CAL.. MAY 11TH, ISM- Nbtice is hereby given that my wife. Dora S. Norman, lias loft pry homo Wtth oiti cause or provocation. 1 hereby notify ail persons against trusting or harboring; hrr on mv account. JAMES K. NOR MAN. 1S BEND 10 CENTS FOR PACIFIC CUPID, a matrimonial paper: particulars of bu reau in litis issue. MRS. M. B. HERTZ. Manager, 312 ! I yde st.. Man Francisco. 6-19 WANTED—ALL SOLDIERS AND THEIR dependent ones to know that my office is now locale,! at 120% B. Spring St. JAMES PUGH, 11. 8. Pension Attorney. 6-1 A bIVINE HEALER AT 341 S. HILL st:cures stuttering and stammering: consultation and diagnosis free. 6-1 WANTED—THOSE INTERESTED IN co-operative housekeeping to call at los E. Twenty-third st. is WANTED—STOCK—I2OO ACRES PAS turage at Eallona. See WILHELM. 526 S. Main st. MB_ EfiUCA TIONAL LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, incorporated, occupies the entire fifth floor of the new Currier block, 212 w. Third st.: largest, olitest. best: elegant and commodious rooms, intensely prac tical course of study, ahlo and exper ienced specialists as teachers, complete equipments, perfect lighting and ventila tion, rooms heated by steam, first-class elevator service; tive courses of study commercial, shorthand and typewriting, preparatory, telegraphy and assaying: the school is thoroughly live and progres sive; it inspires as well as leaches: day and evening sessions: individual and class Instructions; successful graduates: fine class of students: visitors cordially welcomed; full Information, personally or by mail. E. R. SIIRADER. pres.. E. K. ISAACS, vice-pres., I. N. INSKEEP, ,cc ;_ _ rdODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IX corporateil), 220 S. Spring St.. is the oldest and largest commercial school iv South ern California; the most beautiful col- i lege rooms and equipment to lie found In the state: elevator for pupils' use; a large faculty of experienced and able in structors; open the entire year: both day and evening sessions: a practical Eng lish course, a thorough business course autl a course in shorthand and typewrit ing under an experienced stenographer. Write or cail for illustrated Catalogue and full information. G. A. HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKER, vice-presi dent. MRS. ADELINE DUVAL MACK'S School of Elocution and Dramatic Art, 816 S. Pearl st.. formerly of Washington, D. C.: special terms to schools: thorough vocal training: private lessons or classes; also dramatic training for theatrical pro fession. 4-."i-:»7 BUMMER LAW LECTURES, UNIVER sIty of Virginia—July I4n September i, lS r «i. For st udenls and praet icioners. 27th year. For catalogue, address (P. 0. Charlottesville, Va.) R. C. MINOR, Sec retary. FROEBEL INSTITUTE (CASA DE Rosast training school for kindergarten; also school for boys -and girls of ul! | grades; opens September 2Sd, Apply to MADAME LOUIS CLAVERIE. S-7ly BOYNTON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS only, begins September 18th; teachers aided in getting positions; teachers, gov ernesses and tutors supplied. Room 525 Stlmson block. 8-Sotf LOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL for klndergartners. Full term Beptember ISth. MRS. N. D. MATTHEW, 6711 W. Twenty-third st. 6-Stf JONES* BATON. PORTRAIT SCHOOL, \\> give our pupils good paying positions, Room 4. .M 7 S. Broadway. 6-1", ETON SCHOOL FOR BO VS. NO. 13' i W. Pico st. HORACE A. BROWN, hi,. U. IIAKP STUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONES. 1003 W. Seventh St. 6-6 ATTOR.XEYS-AT-LA W Zach Montgomery. James p. Montgomery. MONTGOMERY & SON., Attorneys ;it Law, 526 and ."..7, Dullard Block, Los Angeles, Cal. 6-7 BROUSBEAU & MONTGOMERY, Attorneys-at-Law, 403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. tf CHIROPODISTS MISS J. F. ALEXANDER cmitOPO diet, treats feet; gives salt glow, mas sage: hours !i a. m. to S p. tn. 215 and 21G Wilson block, First and Spring streets. I>R. ZACHU, DISEASES OF THE FEET 233 S. Spring st. 6-26 ' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE—SOME GOOD BARGAINS IN second-hand organs; good makes. KOH LER & CHASE, 233 S, Spring st. tf LOST AND FOUND STOLEN—RALPH TEMPLE GENT'S wheel, from Central Park Cyclery, 51s X Hill st. Will reward. ' jjQ MUSICAL BARGAIN IN A SLIGHTLY USED Steinway upright piano. Address X.. box 100, Herald ofllce. PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC. KNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLrcTTORS* free book on patents. 421 Byrne bldg ' | --22-6 J>IANOS KNAY.E AND VoBB_ SONS~PI_n6ITaT BIRKEL'S, Parlors IS and 19. Pirtle. blk tf ' — - —- ROOM AND BOARD TO LET—FURNISHED BAY WINDOW room and board. 2018 Figuoroa st., cor 21st; references. tf HOUSE-MOVING HOUSE OF FICE, 113 N. Broadway. HUMMEL BROS. & CO.. Successors to p ETT Y. HUMMEL & CO.. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS SOO-302 W. Second st.. in basement California Bank Building-. Tel. 60S. Office hours from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., ex cept Sundays. THE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE OF OLMSTEAD & CO., » U3\i S. Broadway. We are always ready to furnish help of any kind fit a few minutes' notice, free of any Charge to the employer. Call ' at "our office and we will supply you at once, free of charge, with clerks, waiters, waitresses, second girls, nurses, farmers chambermaids, or any kind of help you may want Also headquarters for lodg- Ing house bargains and business chances. We have anything you want In a lodg ing house from 1 to Ml rooms which you can buy on terms to suit. OLMSTEAD &■ CO., tf 113'- S. I'.rnadway. WANTED—TEN BOYS OR YOUNG MEN from each school or college in the city to work a portion of the time for The Herald Twenty-live cents in cash will be paid for each new name.and every canvasser will have an opportunity to win one or more of the following prizes: One $100 first-class bicycle, a gold hunt ing case watch, a six months' scholar ship iv a business collet;,., double-bar relled breech-loading shotgun. $20 suit of clothes. $20 overcoat, round trip to San Diego or Catnlina and return. Either of I the latter includes a free dinner at the j Coronado Hotel or Hotel de Avalon. I WANTED—A YOUNG MAN. tt. COX templating retirement from partnership in large jobbing boose, and locating per manently tn l.os Angeles after October i 1, desires to invest and take active inter est in established, paying mercantile business. Expert accountant with 13 years' thorough practical business ex perience: Los Angeles nnd other excep tional reference. Address. HTJFFORD, 419 Twelfth St., Toledo, Ohio. 2> WONDERFUL! WONDERFUL! HUN ilreds of good reliable men and women wanting situations. Al cooks, bakers, waiters, stewards, kitchen help of all kinds. chambermaids housekeepers, laundry help, ranch hands, orchard men and milkers, furnlsed at once by CALI FORNIA EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Tel. Main tU. 210 W. First St. 6-12 — [ WANTED — SALESMAN, COMMISSION produce representative: porter, store ! work: carpenter, nurse, mechanical, cler ical, storaglri, office work, waitress, housekeeper for widower, collector, cham bermaid, housework, tailors, many oth ers. lIDWARD NITTINUER, B»Va •• . Broadway. IS WANTED—SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY for appointment for young; men In rail way mail service. Examinations soon in every slate. Particulars about all gov ernment positions free. NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE. Washington, D. C. 8-15 WANTED—YOUR PATRONAGE, RELl able help furnished promptly. REID'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 125 W. First »t. _ If WANTED—PAINTER TO CONTRACT TO paint house No. 53a Gladys aye.; vail Mon day morning. II WANTED—HELP FREE—27 STTUA tions. 320., S. Broadway. K. NITTIN GER. WANTED—A PHYSICIAN TO GO ON the road; big money iv it. 1223 Maple aye. IS HELP WANTED—FEMALE WANTED—LADY PIANO PLATER, $6 per day and expenses to sing and play piano in a mining enmp saloon. Apply to clerk of Chicago house, Los Angeles, Cal. 21 WA N TED—BUSINESS WOMAN TO take full charge of office for wholesale bouse. Addf. ss 11.. box 90, Herald. IS WANTED—ONLY A REAL GOOD COOK. DR. CI lAM LEY. 211 W . First si. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE WANTED—SITUATION BY COMPET ent gardener, steady, and In gentleman s private place; or any place of trust. References it' desired. Address 0., box 30, Herald. WANTED—SITUATION BY A CARE fuI middle aged man. accustomed to the care of horses, cows and place. Address X., box 40, Herald office. IS WANTED-PERMANENT P( >HlTb IN BY neat young Japanese cook; best refer ences; country or city. MUTSU, 503 New High st 18 SI TUA TIONS WANTED-FEMA LE WANTED-BY YOUNG'WOMAN A place to do light housework; good home preferred to high wages. Address .1., box 60, Herald office. IS WANTED - LADY LATE FROM THE north Wishes position as housekeeper and companion, Address 2SIG E. Third St., city. SO WANTED—A GERMAN NURSE GIRL Or to do housework. Address cor. First and Witmer. is WANTED AGENTS WANTED—A< iENTS—3O LADY AGENTS wanted; good commission or salary. Ap ply at rooms 7 and 8, 254 S. Broadway. 18 WANTED—A FEW GOOD AGENTS. LA dies and gentlemen. Call 1223 Maple aye. 18 WANTED—TO RENT WAN TED-TO RENT. JUNE IST, COT~ lege of .'. rooms west of Hill and southof Third sts.: must be In good condition, with shade trees, small lawn, etc.; per manent tenant with best of references. Address RENTER, care Business Man ager, Herald oili ie. tf WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—HIGHEST PRICES PA ID for collections of coins and postage stamps tit Carson's Antique and Curio Bazar. 544 S. Main it,, Burbank theater building. 6-18 WANTED—GOOD HORSE AND LIGHT buggy for tlie keep; will give best refer ence and board horse in nest-class stable. Address B„ box 60, Herald office. tf WANTED—A GOOD BOX BUGGY'; three-,pi; n'ters preferred: state price: must I," cheap, Address J., box 90, Her ald ofllce. , If WANTED—A KEATING BICYCLE, '05 pattern. Must be in good condition and low price. M, Box 30, Herald ofllce. tf WANTED—OLD POSTAGE STAMPS bought, sold and exchanged. US Winston St., rear of main postotflce. 24 WANTED- PUSHING BUSI NESS MAN willi about $1600; something good. Call at 263 s. Los Angeles st. is ADAMS BROS.- DENTAL PARLORS 238% S. Spring st.; painless extracting and filling; plate 86, i\ 810; all work guaran teed; established lo years; hours, 8-5' Sun days. 10-12. PA. DENTAL CO.. A. J. STEVENS MAN ager. makes a specialty of crown and bridge work and painless extracting v good set of teeth, 80. 221; s. Spring. Tele phone 1180. t £ FRANK STEVENS, 324*4 S. SPRING ST* open days and evenings; also Sundays' electric light. ' DR. KENNEDY," DENTIST, m>A S~ Spring street, rooms 2, 6 and 7; painless extraction. PHYSICIANS DR. DORaTkiNG, GERMAN-ENoiSsit specialist; diseases of women; all ir regularities restored; treatment confiden tial; cure guaiuutctd. 446 B. Broadway, 6-0-96 plumbers FRANK aT 'w IS IN SHA NX, PLUMBER and gasiitter. 210 E. Second st. Tel. 136. LOS ANGELES HERALD j MONDAY MORNING-, MAT 18, 1996. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—SSOO—PATENT—IF TOU would Invest In any thing, and can sell a useful, economizing article, all you need is $500 and staying qualities. This amount gets half Interest In a money maker. The United States is your cus tomer. 13 ' FOR SALE-SUIOfJ. IF TOU HAVE THE cash to pay the above price for half In terest iv A 1 business, worth $1500, call quick. 18 FOR SALE—SIOOO —OLD ESTABLISHED poultry and fish business; Al location. 17 FOR SALE—S2OOO-1 OK ONE OF THE oldest established and best paying deals that can be offered. Just renovated, with all the latest Improvements to meet the present deninnd. Owner will be glad to retain half interest If satisfactory partnership can be effected. IS FOR RALE—S3OOO—DRUG STORE DOING good business: invoice more; owner will sell whole or two-thirds, simply and solely because his mind is made up to study medicine. Druggists, now is your time. IS FOR SALE—$l2OO— LIVERY STABLE, containing lease. 7 horses. 6 turnouts, wagon, harness and necessaries lor run ning the place: now has 15 boarders; goo,l location: making money. If you are built that way It will pay you to get details. IS FOR SALE—HOW WILL BUT HALF IN terest in a business that the public nro forced to patronize. IS To buy, sell or exchange any business call on JNO. JONES. JR.. 22S Byrne bldg. tf i FOR SALE—SI3S—HALF INTEREST TN produce market: good income guaran teed. MAHONEY ROBINSON, 42<: S. Main St. IS DELICACY AND RESTAURANT, 1250; everything new and tlrst class. MA HONEY & ROBINSON, 428 S. Main st IS COFFEE, LUNCH AND BAKERY: splendid business: only $2:5. MAHONEY & ROBINSON. 42S S. Main st. IS | FOR SALE — COFFEE ROASTING ■ plant Apply to GEO. T. HANLY & CO., ! Ma Upper Main St. IS j FOR ~ SALE - CITY NEWSPAPER routes. Apply C. G. SPRENG, Herald business ofllce. tf FRUIT STAND—S7S, IF TAKEN RIGHT away. MAHONEY & ROBINSON, 426 S. Main st. IS TO SELL OUT YOtjß BUSINEBSSEE i ). D. BARNARD, H"'j S. Broadway. BUSINESS PERSONALS PERSONAL—JUST LIKE FINDING money. That's what people say who have tried a small ad. in The Herald. They don't cost much, but the results are sim ply marvelous. In this popular depart ment The Herald has made a gain of more than 200 per cent in the past few months. Big circulation counts. Tho Herald has it. If you want to talk to half the people In Los Angeles and other • parts of Southern California, try a small ad. In addition to the immense and rapidly Increasing circulation of The Herald, its sales by newsboys, on trains, at hotels and summer resorts, make It the advertising medium o£ the Pacific coast. Look over these small advertisements today. They will interest you and may make you some money. Tomorrow try one. The results will bo both surprising and satisfying. C-3tf I LET YOUR WANTS BE KNOWN. It won't cost you a great deal If you use The Herald's popular Classified Ads. Thousands of people have tried them. RESULTS ARE MARVELOUS PERSONAL—RALPHS BROS.—GOLD Bar flour. 81; city Hour, 90c; granulated sugar, 17 lbs., 81; brown sugar, 18 lbs.. $1; 9 lbs. rolled wheat or oats. 25c; sardines, 6 boxes, 25c; tomatoes, 4 cans, 25c; 7 bars German family soap, 25c; 5 gallons oil, 80e; gasoline, 80c: 3 packages morning meal, 25c; lard, 10-lb. can. 65c; 12 lbs. beans. 25c; 6 lbs. rice, 23c. 600 Spring st., cor. Sixth, ______ °" 20 MISFIT AND UNCALLED-FOR GAR ments at less than half your tailor's prices at tlie Mislit Clothing Parlors. 121 W. First St., Wilson block. 4-14tf PERSONAL—WE BUY AND SELL ALL kinds of new and second hand clothing. TILTON, 888 S. Spring st. We pay cash'; send postal. f.-H-tf PERSONAL—B. MORRIS PAYS THE highest price for gents' second-hand clothing; send postal; will call. _UV4 Com mercial st. 6-18 PERSONAL PERSONAL—NEW PROCESS—TRREGU- Iarities, from whatever cause, cured with out medicine, Instruments or pain: sure cure; $1 treatment; home. Sl3 Grand aye. 6-3-6 WHY PAY A MERCHANT TAILOR $33 for a suit when you can get tlie same thing for $12 at tlie Mistit Clothing Par lors,'l24 W. First St., Wilson block 4-lltf PANTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER for Vi and $8 we sell for $3 at the Mislit Clothing Parlors, 124 W. First st., Wil son block. 4-lltf EXCURSIONS ' 6N6HA WEE k" PERSONALLY CON ducted exclusions to Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis and all eastern points, leave Los Angeles every Thursday via South ern Pacific, Union Pacific "World's Pic torial Line." and Chicago and Northwest ern railway, crossing the Sierra Nevadas and passing all points of scenic interest by daylight. Upholstered tourist cars of 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. Heir, T. P. A., 223 S. Spring St.. Los Angeles, or 10 any agent Southern Pacific company. 6 3-6 PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCT ed excursions via the Rio Grande and Rock Island route, leave Los Angeles ev ery Tuesday, cross the Sierra Nevadas and pass tlio 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 ear siops one day at Niagara Falls. Office 188 S. Spring st. BURLINGTON ROUTE—PERSONALLY conducted excursions to tho east every Wednesday over tlie scenic line of the world; upholstered tourist cars without change. T. H. DUJSAN, agent, 222 S. Spring St.. Los Angeles, Cal. MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY A SINGLE DOLLAR INVESTED IN THIS treatment will often save patient a severe spell of sickness, and may save his life. Impure blood is sometimes inherit,',], sometimes acquired by poisonous atmos phere, or one's occupation may cause it. For impure blood from any cause take vapor bath, electricity and scientific mas sage, mrs. dr. MAYER, 617 S. Broad way, The Wiley, rooms 31-32. EDITH ANWAY, FORMERLY OF Bos ton, gives genuine alcohol rubbings that aro healthful and refreshing; no rivals. 223 S. Main St., room 3. 8-15 MISS OLEGRA DEVENPORT DOES gentlemen's mending neatly at room 12, 12» N. Ma in st. 1 D__ WINNIE BELL, ROOM 4, 317 COMMER ciaI St. Massage and alcoholic baths. 5-28 SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL baths. 44:",- S. Sluing St.. parlors 1-2 7-14 MISS MAY STONE GIVES ALCOHOL baths. 202 N. Main St., room 17. 5-22 JULIA MANSFIELD, 120 NORTH MAIN, room 8: massage. 23 MISS MAY RUSSHLL-THENEW HELL man, room 7. 7-6 CARPET CLEANING i STEAM CARPET CLEANING.'siSWi'ng and laying. JOHN 11. RICHARDS, 120 I N. Spring. Tel. 1313. 8-9U ODIUMS PROFESSOR B. W. ARLINO— —THE CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT— Is in the city, at 413 W, Seventh St. ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE TO BENE FIT YOU. The Prof. challenges tho world to prove his equal. He reads the future without mistake, gives valuable advice on all affairs of life. He overcomes your ene mies, removes evil influences, heals fam ily I roubles, restores lost affections, caus es happy marriages with tho ono you love: correct Information on law suits, dh orces.marrlages. business speculation, jtames of friends and enemies; also the one you will marry. His success In the pust proves his superior ability to help you now; being successful In all cases where others have often failed. Thous ands of people have been made happy by his aid and advice: The professor Is not required to return to 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 clairvoyancv. Those who have 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 stump answered. Office 413 W. Seventh St.. be tween Hill and Olive sts. Hours from 9 a. m. to fl p. m.; Sunday. » a. m. to r. p. m. No clairvoyant sign, only name of PRO FESSOR B. W. ARLING on window. 6-11 MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT AND card medium, is meeting with wonderful success. Bhe invites the most skeptical to firove her power. All business affairs of Ife looked into, for the advancement of your future. Will organize a develop ing class and gives readings dally from fl a. m. to Ip. m. 310V6 S. Spring st. 9-17 MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, THE INDE pendent slate writer and medium, gives sittings daily at 62S S. Los Angeles St., and holds circles on Thursday evening, at Sp. m.. of each week. Admission 50c. and will take a few pupils for piano les sons. $-13 MRS. PARKER, PALMIST. CLAIRVOY ant and medium; life reading .business removals, law suits, mineral locations, lovo affairs, etc. Take Third st. electric ear to Vermont, aye. and Vine St. Sec ond house on Vine St. west of Vermont aye. 6-SO LEONORA D'ESTE—A MEDIUM FOR truth and justice: the greatest card read er of tlie age, and tells your future: charg es reasonable. Parlors 17 and IS San Jul ian, cor. Fifth and San Julian. 5-21 MME. GRACE. CELEBRATED CARD reader; tells past, present and future. Ladies, 25 cents; gentlemen, 50 cents. Parlors 24 and 25, 525 Maple aye. 9-30 REMOVED TO HOTEL PORTLAND, W - S. Spring st., AGNES H.PLEAACE, trance medium. Parlors 115-116. Hours, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. 19tf IF TOO ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT to know your future consult ZINGARA, the gypsy, at 217 S. Hill st. Office hours 10 v. m. to 8 p. m. 6-1 MME, STANLEY. CELEBRATED CARD reader: reads your entire past and fu ture: ladles or gentlemen, 50c. Parlors, 414 S. Hill. 5-18 MRS. BARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOY ant card reader. Coma and hear the truth. 330' i, S. Spring St., room 10. Price, 50 cents. 6-23 MADAM- IfAYDKN — RENOWNED card reader; all about business transac tions. 815 W. Seventeenth St.; fees $1. 23 MRS. MANDENA. CLAIRVOYANT, card reader, palmist and astroloelst, 245 B. Spring st., rooms 7-10. 5-25 MRS. J. 1.. KING, TEST MEDIUM AND spiritual healer. 1223 Maple aye. 18 FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE Fl )R EXCH ANGE—OR BALE), MODERN new 5-room, l>ath, cement walks, lawn, flowers and all complete; also 4-room. close in and iv good renting; locality; want alfalfa ranch, building lots, mer chandise; make an offer. OWNER, room 12, S. Spring st. 20 FOR EXCHANGE—I 26 2-3 ACRES GOOD laud in Kings county for Los Angeles or Missouri properties. Address JNO. C. SCOTT, residence cor. Vernon and Cen tral aye.. Ro. O. address South Los An geles postoftice. 19 FOR SALE oil EXCHANGE—2 FINE colts. 1 bay pacer 10 hands high, 1 trot ter and 1 mure v years old: 2 seated buck board and cart. Inquire St. Charles Ho tel, 314 N. Main St., room 8. 19 FOR EXCHANGE-EXCLUSIVE AGEN cy for eastern manufacturer. Will take city or country property for part pay ment. Address S. E. , Herald office. Otf FOR EXCHANGE—WANTED, PARTY With weil-watered alfalfa land who would trade tor City property, to address OWN ER ,P. O. Box 981, city. 20 FOR EXCNANOE-MISCELLANEOVS FOR BALE "l; ler's Little Glum hay press, 3 wagons, 1 Ideal 2-horse power engine and feed mill, one :. 1 j hots, -power electric, motor; want c 4-horse-power gasoline engine. MILES DODD, JR.. 240 Bradbury block. tf FOR EXCHANGE—FINE NEW Up right piano, for horse, harness and busi ness buggy; must be Al turnout. Ad dress 8., box SO, Herald ofllce. tf FOR EXCHA NGE -FINE NEARLY NEW upright piano, for a gentleman's and lady's blcych . Both wheels must be high grade. Address 11., box 2.0. tf FOR EXCHANGE—SLIGHTLY USED upright grand piano for horse board. Ad dress c, box 70, Herald office. tf FOR SALE-LODGING JIOUSES FOR BALE Hloo—2B ROOM LODGING house, on Sluing st.; newly furnished, dome; good business; best bargain ever offered. Ease terms; owner going away, JOHN L PAVKOVICH, 220 W. First. 18 FOR SALE LODGING HOUSE, tabling 11 rooms: finished new; highly respectable; business center. Address N. box 1". Herald. 18 rCI? SALE—LIVE STOCK FOR SALE—FRESH JERSEY WITH twin eahe s. NE cor. Eighth and Ala meda sis. 18 * " ~ ~ ■ - "l-- !■ FOR SAI.!' — MISCELLANEOUS FOR BALE—CHEAP; 800 POUNDS BRE yier type; was used on The Herald until Mergenthaler typesetting machines were put In April 15. Address Business Man ager. Tlie Herald, Los Angeles. Cal. FOR SALE --TRAP, ONE END SPRING, to|i buggy, and one phaeton, all Colum bus, Ohio, make. Buggy and phaeton never used; at a big sacrifice. No. 410 E. Twenty-third st. 9-10 FOR SALE—HANDSOME UPRIGHT Grand Btelnway piano, at a great sacri fice. Room No. .*, The Stanford, Fourtli and Hill sts, Call mornings. tf FOR BALE—ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK elevator at a sacrifice. Inquire at The Herald .business office. 12-lf FOR BALE—BTECK PIANO; CABINET; grand upright; cheap; must sell. 141 W. Fifteenth st. 23 FOR BALE -OLD PAPERS IN QUANTI ties to sun, at this office. MACHINE MANUFACTORY YON BERKEY MANUFACTURING CO.. 224-236 E. Second St., manufacturers of Bpeclal machinery, dies and models; only accurate work; guaranteed. FOR RENT—BY T. WIEBENDANGER, 32,' W. Second at., water free Jl2—s rooms, 79! Kohk:r st. $1.1.50 rooms, bath, 649 Gladys aye. $13.50—5 rooms, bath. 781 Merchant St. $16—fl rooms, hath. 796 Kohler st. }S0— t! rooms, bath, barn, 779 Kohler at. $35—7 rooms, bath, barn, 119 W. Twenty-fifth st. $35—8 rooms, bath, 1921 Park Grove aye. 24 FOR RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE In town for mattings, linoleums and win dow shades: carpets cleaned and laid. THE MATTING MART, 604 S. Broadway. L- 10 _ FOR RENT—JUNE IST. 820 8. GRAND aye., modern. 10 good rooms, porcelain bath, gas fixtures, shades, choiceclose-ln neighborhood; $40. Including water. 18 FOR RENT—FOUR ROOM HOUSE, hard finish, screen porch; $S, Including water. LANG-BIRELEY CO., 209 8. Rroadway. fr_tf FOR RENT— A BEAUTIFUL 6 ROOM house, close In. all modern: very low rent. Apply at 834 8. Flower St. tf FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, 12J6 Victoria st. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S. Rroadway. tf FOR RENT-HOUSE. 7 ROOMS AND halh. Inquire 707 W. Sixth st. 24 FOR RENT-ROOMS FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMsT-IN gle. or en suite. Beds from 25 cents up. RUSS HOUSE, cor. Los Angoles and First sts. 6-5 FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA. S2l E. Second st.: furnished rooms. $I.im per week up; lodging 25c, Ssc and SOo per night. 10-1-tf FOR RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISHED rooms, transient, close in; also single rooms. THE WAVERLY, 127 E. Third St. 4.25 FOR RENT-NEW AND HANDSOMELY furnished rooms, en suite or single. GOR DON BLOCK. 2064 S. Broadway. 18 FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FUR nlshed rooms; $1.50 to $2. NITTINGER'S, 451 8.- Hope. tf FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping. 626 S.Broadway. 5-17 v' FORJtENT-STORES FOR rent-"part"6f store, with line show window, on roadway: excel lent location for jeweler. Inquire at 506 S. Broadway. tf FOR RENT—RANCHES Ft'R ACRIT_»A_iu>RE7ITEAR the Lynwootf dulry. Inquire JNO. C. SCOTT, cor. Vernon and Central aye. 80 FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS^ FOR RENT—LODGE ROOM AT TURNER hall; every ilrst and third Friday of each month. Inquire o£ Janitor. 14tf FOR RENT—42M ACRES NEAR THE Session dairy. Inquire JNO. C. SCOTT, cor. Vernon aud Central aye. 30 FINANCIAL pacific 'loan" c6?-loans~in~any amount on all kinds of collateral secur ity, diamonds, jewelry and seal skins, also on pianos, furniture and household poods in private lodging and boarding houses and hotels, without removal. Par tial payments received. Money quick; business confidential: private office for ladles. W. E. DEGROOT, manager, roms 2 and 4, 114 S. Spring st. UNION LOAN CO., Stlmson Block. Loans money on all kinds of collateral security; watches, diamonds, seal skins and furniture in lodging and boarding houses and on pianos, without removal: also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low Interest, money at once: business confi dential; private office for ladles; room 111. CLARK K. SHAW. Manager, rooms 111 and 112, first floor. Stlmson block, tf THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN Society of San Francisco will make loans on improved city and country property. On loans of $5000 and under, cer tificates of title from the Title Insurance and Trust Co. will be accepted, making the 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* What 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 L. B. COHN, Tlie Los Angeles pawnbroker, 148 N. Main st., loans money on diamonds, watches, jewelry, firearms, pianos, li braries and all other collateral securities, also 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 IN ANY AMOUNTS on diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, safes, lodging houses, hotels and private household furniture; low Interest; money 3ulck: private oftice for ladies. G. M. ONES, rooms 14 and 15, 24214 S. Broad way, adjoining city hall. 5-18 POINDEXTER & WADS WORTH, ers, 305 W. Second St., buy nnd sell stocks, mortgages, bonds and any good securities: If you wish to lend or bor row or Invest in real estate call on us: collections made and property managed for non-rot'dents. 2Stf MONEY TO LOAN—CITY OR COUNTRY property, S',4 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 security: money quickly; business striot ly confidential. Rooms 88 ami 96. Bryson block, fifth floor. JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manager. 7-3-lyr MONEY LOANED ~ON DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 S. Spring st. 8-21 TO LOAN-MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT at reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. BOS BYSHELL, IU7 S. Broadway. 10-13tf MONEY TO LOAN-$2900. $1500, $1000, $500, on city or country. If you wish to bor row or loan see us. IT. 8. notary public. _ E. C. CR1BB&CO.. 1271 i W. Second st. 6-7 $500 to $50,000 TO LOAN ON GOOD CITY property. Bring your applications to R. ALTSCHUL, 40s S. Broadway, Chamber of Commerce building. 31 TO LOAN—UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR small loans; no commission; light ex pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 223 S. Spring st. THIS SYNDICATE LOAN & TRUST CO., Money loaned on collateral and realty security. 18814 S. Spring St. GEO. L. MILLS. 6t R. A. NEWLYN, BROKER, 231 BYRNE bldg., deals In bonds, stocks, mortgages, first and second, and all good securities, tt MONEY, MONEY, TO LOAN IN SUMS to suit, nt BRIGGS & CARSON, 544 S. Main st., Burbank theater building. 6-10 TO LOAN—SIOOO TO $10,000 ON REAl"es tate security. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S. Broadway. 6-7tf WANTED TO BORROW WANTED your money out at good Interest, from 3 to 10 per cent a month. NEWLYN, 231 Byrne bldg. tf SPECIALISTS^ DR. R. G. COLLINS, OPTHALMlc'oP tlclan, witli the Los Angeles Optical In si ituie; eyes examined free. 125 8. Soring St; BICYCLES S. LARS)EN & CO. HAVE THE AGENCY for Relay bicycles. 282 W. Fifth St. 8-10 STORAGE AND~COMMISSION St. Tel. 310 Main. 6-8 Houats and Lota FOR SALE— BARGAINS WW—T.ot 84x180 W. «l<le Flower it. (2000—Fine corner for realdenoe or flat*. $ISOO—Lot on N. sldo Seventh at.. Bonnlo Brae. $2750—100x13« S. side Thirtieth, bet. Grand aye. and Flgueroa. 15250—Very close In, 00x105,12-room house. $1500—6-room house, lot (oxlso, estate must sell very cheap. $750-Lot on \V. Thlrty-flrst St.. worth $1000. $750—Cor. Thirtieth and Maple aye. $1(100—Lot In Bonnie Brae tract. $550— Lot on Wall St., sure bargain. $200 per foot—Lot on Main st. Several exchanges on hand. California for eastern or northern. Want to buy new house, 6 rooms, close In, $2000 to $2500, $100 cash. $40 per month. Money to loan. If you want to place mon ey come and see me. W. IT. GRIFFIN, tf ISO S. Broadway. FOR BALK—S- ROOM HOUSE, TWO acres land, all in garden, worth $2000: will sell for $1600; cash $200, balanoe $15 per month; bargain. 2\i acres highly Improved Southwest, with 10-room house, worth $5000: can sell for $4800. 5 areas land. "4 mile from city. Southwest, worth $1500; will sell for $800. 5 acres for $100(1; 6 acres for $1500. Aud many other first class bargains in and out of the city. EDWARD FRASER, 216 S. Broadway. 21 FOR SALE-S2SSO-WILL YOU LOOK AT this proposition? For $500 you can move Into the prettiest 0-room cottage In the South Bonnie Brae tract; brand new plate gloss windows; double parlor slid ing doors; porcelain bath, gas and all modern conveniences. Nice, atory and a half barn, large lot, nicely improved. Owner must sell this at once. You can have the balance on very easy terms. F. B. WILLIAMS, 200M> S. Broadway. IS FOR SALE-$975 CASH; VERY PRETTY cosy cottage home. 4 rooms, plastered, decorated, bath, closets, 60x140, beautiful fTounds, large trees, flowers, shrubs, awn, hedge, city water: cor. Ida anil Kent sts.. 3 blocks north of Temple-st. cable, near electric cars: beautiful view; real bargain. WIESHNDANG-ER. 227 W. Second at. 10 FOR SALE-BY OWNER, 4-ROOM MOD ern cottage, water closet, yard fenced, hard finish.a little gem: close In; can walk to business; for $1250. $500 cash, balance $13.05 per month; am going away and must sell. OWNER, room 12, 32Ri 8. Spring. 20 FOR SALE—SNAP-4U500—6 ROOmTiIARD finished house, barn, etc.; street Improv ed: 60x110: on Twenty-first st.. near Grand nve. Also large list iv all parts of the city. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 220 W. First st. IS FOR SALE—NEW MODERN 5-ROOM cottages in Wolfskin tract at a great bar gain, owner going away and must sell for half cost, balance three* years J don't miss this. OWNER, room 12, 321!. S. Spring. 20 RICHARD ALTSCHUL, Real Estate, Loans and Commission, Has removed to 408 South Broadway, Chamber of Commerce Building. 5-30 FOR SALE—SS9O—HOUSE AND LOT, furniture, turkeys, chickens, etc.: five minutes to center of city; on East Side Park electric road. Call No. 9 Clover St., East Los Angeles. 10 A house, 6 rooms, bath, mantel, closets, new barn, 35:<14. No. 779 (also 781) Koh lat St., and for $20110, Nos. 926 and 932 Towne aye 726 E. Pico St.; $1730, Nos. 822 and 824 Stanford aye.: all new. conven ient; on easy terms. T. WIESENDAN GER, 227 W. Second St. 19 FOR SALE—NICE 4-ROOM HOUSE AND lot. 86x155: stable, etc.. near Central aye. car line, for $1250: $50 cash, balance $10 per month. R. VERCH, room SO. Temple blck. th-su-tu-tt FOR SALE—S9OO: COMFORTABLE HOME 5 rooms, beautiful location: large lot, fenced and improved: easy terms. J. Mc- LEAN, E St., near Pico, Pico Heights. 19 DO NOT PAY RENTBUT BUY A HOUSE on the Installment plan from ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S. Broadway. 12-13-tf City Lots FOR SALE—OWN YOUR OWN HOME SSO cash. $10 tier month. NO INTEREST. Lots on Fourteenth and Newton sts., VA miles from Spring and First sts., In tho , ESTELLA TRACT, $266 TO $350. ono block from cars, in neighborhood of neat cottage homes, where building re strictions are enforced, thus protecting your property as well as our own; no shanty-town attachments permitted; It presents the combined features seldom seen in closo-ln property cheap, at prices and terms offored nowhere else In this city: cement walks laid and paid for; no bonds or Interest to worry you, other street Improvements made when requir ed. These lots are beauties, lie about one foot above grade, affording a perfect drainage: soil a sandy loam; no mud whatever: look at all other tracts: then see tlie Estella. Remember, we charge absolutely no Interest, and every dollar paid goes into your lot:also that our prices are 25 per cent cheaper than surrounding lots. Title perfect; certilicate with each lot. For all particulars apply to P. A. STANTON, 115 8. Broadway. Tel. 1164. tu-th-sun-12t FOR SALE JUST THINK OF IT. The Alexandre Weill tract offers choice building lots on Eighth, Ninth and Twelfth streets, near Central avenue car line, 25x120 to alley, at $300. $323 and $350, on small cash payment and monthly in stallments of only $10. No Interest charg ed on deferred payments. Only 100 lots left of the original 400, and when they have been disposed of such a chance to get a homo 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 policy 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., Burdiek blk. FOR SALE —BITS IN ESS PROPERTY— The owner of 40 feet on Spring st., bet. Second and Fifth, llnds it necessary to sell. $13,000 cash to owner, ami balance on easy terms will take it. It's an op portunity hard to flntl in Los Angeles; force of circumstances alone makes it possible in this Instance. If you wish an interview with owner please address "Spring Street," P. O. box 116, city. 24 FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL BUILDING lots for homes, close In, and on very easy terms.ln C. A. Smith's Third addition: located on Eighth and Main sts., near Seventh street school: these lots are 40 feet wide, and have an alley of 15 feet: prices $210, $2SO and $323; $10 down, |ffj per month. Call on C. A. SMITH, 213 W. First st. tf FOR SALE—THIS 18 ABSOLUTELY THE best bargain in the city; lot 50x118; 1236 Clinton aye. (Urmston tract), with one room house, etc.: must be sold before tlie Ist of June; $050 cash takes the house and lot. Inquire on premises or address OWNER, P. O. Box 565, city. tt FOR SALE—A BLOCK OF 15 LOTS nearly 3 acres in best part ot lovely Boylu Heights, at half price and casv terms for short lime. See F. A. HL'TCIfINSON 330 S. Broadway. 22 FOR SALE—SPECIAL BARGAIN—3 lots on Thin! st, Boyle Heights, at $450 a lot; worth $650, F. A. HUTCHINSON 330 S. Broadway. ID FOR BALE—B% ACRES ON CENTRAL aye, near Tenth St., will sell all or part of the above. Cull on MARY A. NIEMEY ER, 927 Central aye. 11-13 Business Property FOR SALE— BROADWAY LOT." We have a choice piece of property on this fine street, centrally located, now In the heart of the business cen -1 lor. We are offering this property at such a low price that will make the lucky buyer a handsome prolit with in a short time. CLARK & BRYAN, 127 W. Third St. 7tf F^R^LB^RBAL^STATB^ Country Property FOR SALE—SAN GABRIEI*—ONLY A few 5 and 10-aere blocks left; water right. Now Is tho time to buy. If you have any thing to sell or trade sco E. K. ALEX ANDER. 145 8. Broadway. tf FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE CHEAr so acres of good land In San Luis Oblßpo county. Call or address 732 Merchant st., room 10, Los Angeles. 20 FOR BALE—WE BELL THE EARTirT HABBOTT - SMITH, Pomona. Cal. 6-28tf LEGAL NOTICES mi SEAL J_ President of tha United States V America. A Proclamation. The following provisions of tho law of the United States are published hereby for the Information ot all concerned: Section 1956, Revised Statutes, Chapter 3. Title XXIII. enacts that "No person shall kill any otter, inlnk. marten, sable, or fur-seal, or other fur bearing animal, within the limits of Alaska territory, or In tho waters thereof; and every person guilty thereof shall, for each offense, be fined not less than two hun dred nor more than one thousand dollars, or Imprisonment not more than six monthi or both; and all vrssols, their tackle, ap parel, furniture and cargo, found engaged In violation of this section shall be for feited: but the Secretary ot the Treasury shall have power lo authorise the killing ot any such mink, marten, sable, or other fur-bearing animal, except fur-seals, un der such regulations as be may prescrlu*: and It shall be the duty of the Secretary to prevent the killing of any fur-seal, and to provide for the execution of the provis ions of this section until it Is otherwise pro vided by law; nor shall ho grant any spec ial privileges under Hits section." Sec tion 3 ot the Act entitled "An act to pro vide for the protection of the salmon nail eries of Alnsku;" approved March 2. ISM*, provides; "Bee. 3. That section nineteen hundred and fifty-six of the Revised Stat utes ot the United States Is hereby declared to include and apply to all the dominion of tho United Slates In the waters of Ber ing Sen; and It shall be the duty of th* President, al a timely season each year, to issue his proclamation and cause the sumo to be published for ono month In at least one newspaper. If any such there be pub lished, nt each United States port of entry on the Pacific Coast, warning all persons against entering said waters for tne pur pose of violating tlie provisions ot said sec tion; and he shall also cause one or more vessels ot tlie United Slates to diligently cruise said waters and arrest all persons, and seise all vessels found to be, or to havo been, engaged In any violation of the laws of the United tSates therein." Th* Act entitled "An Act to extend to the North Pacific Ocean the provisions of the stat utes for the protection of the fur-seals and other fur-bearing animals:" approved lebruary 21. 1593. provides: "That when ever the Government of tlio United States sliull conclude an effective international arrangement for tlie protection of fur seals In the North l'aclilc Oceun. by agree ment with any power, or as a result of the decision of ihe tribunal of arbitration un der the convention concluded between the United States nnd Great Britain February twenty-nlntli, eighteen hundred and nine ty-two. and so long as such arrangement shall continue, the provisions of section nineteen hundred and fifty-six of the Re vised Statutes, and all other provisions of tlie Statutes of tlie United States, so far us the same may be applicable, relative to tho protection of fur-seals and other fur bearing animals within the limits of Alas ka, or In the waters thereof, shall bo ex tended to and over all that portion ot the Paelllo Ocean Included In such interna tional arrangement. Whenever an effec tive International arrangement is conclud ed ns aforesaid, it shall bo the duty of tho President to declare that fact by proclama tion, and to designate Ihe portion of tbe Pacific Ocean to which it Is applicable, ami that this Act has become Operative; and likewise, when such urratigement ceases, to declare that fact and that this Act has become Inoperative, and his proclamation in respect thereto shnll be conclusive. Dur ing tlio extension aloresaid of said laws for the protection of fur-seals or other fur-bearing animals, all violations thereof In said designated portion of tho Pacific Ocean shall oe held to be the same as if committed within the limits of Alaska or In the waters thereof, but they may be prose cuted in the District Court of Alaska, or in any District Court of the United States in California, Oregon or Washington." An arrangement having been made for the pro tection of f ur-seais, as a result of the decis ion of tho tribunal of arbitration under the convention concluded us aforesaid. Febru ary 29, 1892, which prohibits the killing of seals at any time within a radius of sixty miles around Pribllof Islands, or during May, June and July In each year. In that portion of the PacUle Ocean, Inclusive of Bering Sea, situated to the nortli of the 35th degree of North Latitude, and East ward of the ISOth degree of Longitude from Greenwich until it strikes tlio water bound ary described In Article One of tho Treaty of 1887 between the United States and Rus sia, and following that line up to Bering Straits: Now. therefore, be It known that I, Grover Cleveland. President of the United States of America, hereby declare that the said Act of Congress of February 21. IW3, has become operative; tnat, In ac cordance therewith, Section 1956 of tho Revised Statutes is applicable to the wat ers above mentioned. Included in tho Award of the Tribunal at Paris given un der the said convention of February 29, 1892, and that I have caused the foregoing laws specially to be proclaimed to tho end that their provisions may be known and observed. 1 hereby proclaim every person guilty of a violation of Hie provisions of said laws anil of other provisions of tho Statutes of tlie United States so far as the same may be applicable relative to tho protection of fur-bearing animals within tlie limits of Alaska or in the waters there of, will be arrested anil punished as there in provided, and all vessels so engaged, their tackle, apparel, furniture and cargo, will be seized and forfeited. In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the City of Washington this fourteenth day of April, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eigiit hundred and ninety-six, and of the Independence of the United States (lie one hundred and twen tieth. (1 ROVER CLEVELAND. By the President: RICHARD OLNEY, 5-24 c o d Secretary ot State. A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS of tbe District Agricultural association, No. 8, is called for Wednesday, May 20,1898, at 1:30 p. ni.. to lie held In McDonald hall. 127 N. Alain st. This stockholders' meet ing is called for the purpose, and no other. In order to formulate a plan of organization to give the stockholders the right to elect their own directors within themselves, and take it out of tlie hands of the state to make appointments of directors. IQ-12-1 l-lii IS-2Q M. F. BROWN, Sec. iOur Butcher Knives Saws nnd Cleavers cut meat to perfection, but they won't cut our friendship with the butcher.—Too much merit in our goods with prices cut extra thin. A No. I Cleavers in various sizes $i each. A few Howe Scales at less than factory prices. See windows for full lines. Thomas Bros. 230 S. Spring St. Los Angelei. M ° HVEIIV Il.tV anil on every Fiidnj Iroru !> a. m till noon will treal ull diseases of the eye free of charge. NOT——A regular medical doctor (Oou list) lii dully attendance. Solid Uold Frames 11,70 Steel, Nickel ot Alloy 25 Hun masses (Including frames) SB l iiiest quality Lenses, properly fitted 1.00 All medical and suridcal treatment of the eye at low prices. Open from ba. ra. to Bp. in. Boston Optical Co. 28 W. Second St. Between Muring and Broadway >*_e>f 1 a _L**__ *■ ,i> " PlO a non-roiionou* _MBJToi;K KfJ*lBJ gleet, Spermatorrhoea JfjßJßjrin l u>6.u.« "lotos, unnatural dis- JPJb_T Gn-.Dicc4 charged, or any inflanimu fra—w not ut .utim". tion, irritation or uleera _» »Il'r«Tep_ .oii-sine. tion of mucous niem- RoITHEEvtMS OHISIMICo, brancs. tiorj-astriageul. IssAoiNClNstTi.o.B I Slold by Sratgan-la, n. B. A. __T or sfnt in Ploici wrappsr, ii'^'eVrboVfrrfe.^' ■ Circular seat ca reouas*.