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The Herald is the only Los Angeles newspaper
which has printed every day during the past six
months a sworn statement of its circulation since
December 31, 1894.
The Ten Thousand Mark Passed
SWORN STATEMENT OF CIRCULATION
H. S. Smith, Business Manager of the Los Angeles Herald, first duly
sworn, deposes and says: That to the best of his knowledge and belief the
circulation of said newspaper for the lirst fifteen days in August, 1896, was
as follows:
August 1 9740 August 9 11.250—Sunday
2 10.800—Sunday •' 10 9865
" 3 9775 « 11 10.575
« 4 9775 '• 12 9875
» 5 9800 •' 13 9SOO
■< 6 9800 •• 14 9930
« 7 9810 *• 15 10,040
" 8 9600
Average Daiiy for First Half of August, 10,077
Also that the average daily circulation for the said newspaper for ISo;
was 6784 copies; for the month of January, 1896,7347; for February,
.8021 ; for March, 81S-?; for April, 8)56; for May, 8408 ; for June, 8435;
and for July, 9298. H. S. SMITH.
Subscribed and sworn to this 15th day of August, 1896,
VV". B SCARBOROUGH,
Notary Public In and for l.os Angeles County,
State of California.
The circulation of The Herald, in Southern Cali=
fornia and Arizona, is larger than that of any other
newspaper published.
geven Words 3 Cents
Or 3 Cents a Line
That's all It costs to advertise in THE HERALD'S popular
Classified Columns-popular because they bring results. These
rate?, are yood until September Ist.
SPECIAL NOTICES
BUSINESS NEWSPAPER—THE DAILY
Journal; a business newspaper; publish
ing all the county otllcial records, real
estate transfers, mortgages and liens,
building news, contract work, tlnnactal
news, and ail news relating to the re
sources and development of Southern
California and the great territory of
the southwest. Ono dollar per month,
or in advance $10 per year. 227 ,v. First
St., Los Angeles. Cal. 6-1 tf
NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol
lowing rules; Thu hours lor sprinkling
are between the hours of tl and 8 ociock
a. m. and 6 and S ociock p. m. For a vio- !
lation of the above regulations the water
will be shut oft and a line of $2 will be
charged before tho water will be turned
on again. 10-30
LEWIS & ALDERSON HAVE MOVED
their entire stock of furniture, etc., to
the fine, well lighted stores. 429 S. Spring
St., where you'll find the best selected
and eneapest stock of new and second
hand furniture in Los Angeles. When
you want the best goods for the least
money call af LEWIS & ALDERSON'S,
42!> a. Spring st. 12-tf
LIFE INSURANCE—PROVIDE FOE
loved ones by Insuring your life iv the
Northwestern Life Association; policies
$250 and upwards; ladles also Insured.
Address me and I Will cnll on you and
explain the superior advantages offered
by this association. W. B. DANIEL,
special agent, ill Wilson block. -i
GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHES CLEANED,
dyed and renovated by a new process
which doer, not shrink or put the clothes
out of shape: all work guaranteed, BOS
TON STEAM DYE WORKS, 258 New
High St.
Telephone Main 451. tf
NATURE HOLDS THE ELEMENTS OF
health. Constipation, rheumatism. In
somnia, nervousness and constitutional
derangements yield to this greatest power
for good. firing this ad. with you: It
has a cash value, G. W. BRADFORD,
room 3. 2(2';. S. Broadway. M
THE INVESTOR—G. A. DOBINBON, ED-
Iter. Published Thursdays. Devoted to
the financial interests of Southern Cali
fornia. $3.u0 per annum. On sale at
principal news stands. Oflice 4 Bryson
block, Los Angeles. tf
BEST PRICES PAID FOE GENTS' I
cast-off clothing. A. PAISNEB, 111 1 ,,, i
Commercial st. 7-19-97 j
— i I
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY
FEW DISEASES ATT A C X YOU ALONE:
they are complicated or inte ruling led wi' h
pthers. To help efficiently medical knowl
edge alone does not BUffice; yot) must pos
sess the knack of grasping the exact con
dition of your system and also unlimited
varied experience. Try electricity and
Swedish massage. MRS. DR. MAYER,
511 Ceres aye., opp. Arcade depot. 5-tf
PERSONAL—NEW PROCESS—IRREGU-
Iarities, from whatever cause, cured
without medicine, instruments or pain:
sure cure; lady specialist: $1 treatment:
only safe and reliable cure. bl'J Grand
aye. 12-12
GENUINE RATES AND MASSAGE
treatment by experienced German nur
chiropody work a specialty. MRS. I.ES- I
sf.r, 445'j 8. Spring st; hours 10 a.m. to j
6 p.m.: select patronage only. 26 ,
HOT SALT BATHS—CURB FOR RHEU
matism, by professional muse. MRS. M.
PORTER. Pirtle block, Fourth and
Broadway, room 20.
EITTIE ALLEN INVITES TIER
friends to call; room U, 189% S. Los An
geles St. 23
EDITH ANWAY, FORMERLY OF BOS- j
ton, gives genuine- alcohol rubbings that
are healthful and refreshing; no rivals. ,
223 S. Main St.. room 3. 11-15 i
MISS FLORENCE BTA NToN. M ASS IGB '
and alcohol baths. 120 N. Main St., room
_JW. 20_
MILLIE BACH. ROOM 9. HI SS HOUSE,
N. E. cor. First and Los Angeles sts. 21
A YOUNG LADY GIVES oRENTAL
baths in room 4, 315% S. Main st. 31
PEARL CAMERON, 369 N. MAIN, ROOM
1, gives electric treatments. 21 |
~ ' I
PERSONAL
WANTED-fflE ACQUaTnTANCE oi ;
girls of good character, 10 to s", years oi
age: object to have their company go;,, I
to the Orpheum, or riding bicycle, by n
man of good character sti years old. Ad
dress L., box 73. Herald. i
PERSONAL-A YOUNG MAN. BTRAN- I
gt-r in the city, would be pleased to meet
a pleasant lady: object pieasant com
pany and improvement. Address V. box :
53, Herald. »4
PERSONAL — ARTISTIC MILLINERY; '
ladies having new or old trimmings can j
have hats made or trimmed to the face al J
their home or my parlors, 731 s. Hill st.; i
satisfaction guaranteed, 9-15
PERSONAL—MADAME VONSEIB, SPl>
ciaiisl. 740 S. Spring at.; massagi. hot salt
and electric baths: cures rheumatism
and builds up the nervous system. 29- .:
FINANCIAL
UNION LOAN CO..
Stimson Block.
Loans money on all kinds of collateral
security; watches, diamonds, seal skins
ond furniture In lodging and boarding
houses and en pianos, without reinovnl:
also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low
Interest, money at once: business confi
dential; private office for ladies: room
111. CLARK K. SHAW. Manager, rooms
111 and 112. first floor. Stimson block, tf
PACIFIC LOAN CO.—LOANS IN ANY
amount on all kinds of collateral secur
ity, diamonds, jewelry and seal skins,
aUo on pianos, furniture and householl
goods In private lodging and boarding
houses and hotels, without removal:
Partial payments received. Money
quick: business confidential: private cilice
for Indian. W. E. DEGROOT, Manager,
rooms 2 and 4, 114 S. Spring st.
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;
also sells unredeemed pledges for money
loaneet anil one months Interest added;
make no mistake, it is the reliable. L.
B. COHN, mc Los Angeles pawnbroker.
9-10
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS
on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, pianos,
safes, lodging houses, hotel.-: and private
household furniture; low Interest, money
quick: private office for ladles. G. M.
JONES, rooms 14 and 15, 242% S. Broad
way, next city hall. G-3u 97
NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNID
Who we are?
what we are?
And where we are?
Have you discovered Ihe cheapest place
to get money on all good personal and
collateral securities. 220 BYRNE ULDU.
MONEY TO LOAN-
M. P. O DEA.
S-10-tf 227 W. Second St.
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH.BROK
ers.rooms 308-310Wllcox bldg..buy and sell
stocks, mortgages, bonds and any goo.!
securities; if you wish to lend or bor
row or Invest In real estate call on us;
collections made- and property managed
for non-residents. 2r,tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE,
watches, diamonds, pianos, sealskins,
and live stock; interest reasonable: pri
vate office for ladies: business confiden
tial. CHARLES C. LAMB, 226 8. Spring
st.. entrance room 67. S-21-tf
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, livestock, car
riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal anel
collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 S.
Spring id. 8-21
TO LOAN— A BARREL OF MONEY ON
diamonds, pianos, t'urniiure and all first
class securities; business confidential.
CREASINGER, 217 S. Broadv.av. room 3
1 and 2. 5-29-tf
IF YOU HEED MONEY, THE SYNDl
cate Loan Co. can help you out. They
loan on collateral security. 138% 8. Spring
St., rooms 13 and 14. GEO. L. MILLS,
manager. lit
TO LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO STMT
at reasonable- rales. WILLIAM F. BOS
BYSHELL, 107 s. Broadway. 10-istf
TO LOAN-UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOP.
•small loans: no commission; light ex
pense. SECURI ; 'Y LOAN AND TRUST
CO., 223 S. Spring st.
PRIVATE LOANS ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, furniture- everything
confidential* Address P. O. box 367. 21
MONEY Tl i i.t <A N—LOWEST RATES ON
real estate, personal note- or security.
JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 220 W. First.
TO LOAN—SI9OO TO $10,000 ON REAL EB.
tats security. ALLISON BARLOW 12]
S. BROADWAY. C-7tf
PRIVATE LOANS ON COLLATERAL
208 w. First st. 26
PALMISTRY
CHICARI, JUST FROM Tl I E ORI EXT,
ami pronounced by all the crowned heads
of Europe as the greatest living palmlsl;
has the original ilimhio crystal lor ex
amining bauds, which proves beyond a
doubt that the hand is Indeed the book of
life, as it reveals your whole ih Vi pasi.
present and future wlihoul mistake; gives
valuable advice uu all matters. Parlors,
7!>> T'.-tuple st. 1-15-97
"KNOW TH YSELF." A SUCCESS Q I 'A R.
given vi rbally and in churls. With all tile
candor and faithfulness of confidential
9 a. m. to 9 p. nt. at '
lya : tree; every hlddi n mystery reve-'ale.L
life read from cradle to grave without a
mistake; lo a, m. to 8 p. m. Ul% w. Third
_«-':t-t -is'
STORAGE AND COMMISSION
"TOR SALE—OLD PAI'ERS IN QUANTi
titia to auit, at thiß office.
LOS AXGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, ATJGTTST af, 189«.
fl£L/> w j^J^°rJ!L A
HUMMEL BROS. & CO., .
Klli'l-OVMENT AGENTS
California Bank bids;.,
300-302 \V. Second St.. In basement.
Telephone SUII.
A strictly flrst-claaa, reliable agency.
All hinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
Oflice open from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. in.,
except Sunday.
MKN'S MISCELLANEOUS DEPART
MENT
First class nurseryman. J3O. etc., $j0
bonus end of year: country blacksmith
Shop and tools to rent, J7.'> per year; 4 log
cutters. $1.7.", per KX.O feet, long job: black
smith shop, folly equipped, for sale, own
er too old to work, good thing.
HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Three men tor sandwich wiigons. 2.1 per
cent, ode per night guaranteed; elderly
nam to cook for three nun on ranch. $H),
etc.: head waiter. J3O. etc.: second cook,
restaurant. *:'. etc: second cook, Coun
try, $25. et.'.. call early,
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
Girl for light housework, city. $12: mid
dle aged woman lor housework, city. $15.
etc.: house girl, Ilueneme, tJO, etc.; Ger
man girl, housework, city, family I. $23,
etc.
HOTEL DEPARTMENT fFEMALEI
Cook for school, $20. etc.. fare paid;
German girl for all around work, country
hotel, $2f>. etc: shirt polisher, city, J1.75;
cook for school. $3.1, etc.
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.
WANTED—MY MANAGER 11. C. WY
att, fifty supernumeraries, both ladies
and gentlemen; call Friday. August ii,
from 10 a.m. lo ] p.m. at manager's of
fice, LoSaAngeles tneati r. 21
WANTED—YOUR PATRONAGE. REI.t
nble help furnished promptly. REID'S
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 125 W. First
at. tf_
IVAXTKP-Hia.r FREE AND SlTlA
tions. 8301] S. Broadway. E. NITTIN
GER. tf
HEW WANTED—FEMALE
>VANTED—WOMAN to KEEP HOUSE
for a widower With two children. N., bos
S3, Herald. 22
FOR BABY~MUST
be competent and highly recommended.
Address L.. box 2.', Herald. £1
5/ Tl A TIOS S " A V TED—MA L E
iVANTED-SITFATION: YOUNG MAN
with good team and Implements wishes
to take care ot orchard; waves vorv rea
sonable. Address F. H. FIN TEL, San
Marcos. Cal. su-tu-fr-S-21
.WANTED— POSITION BY YOUNG MAN
and wife of good habits, in city or conn
try: can do any kind of work; reasonable
wages. Address J. It. W„ box ti3. Herald.
VAN TED—POSITION BY' YOUNG MAN
temperate in every way: a llrst class ma
chinist, engineer and motorman: also
pattern maker. Address Y'.. box 33. Her
ald. 21
WANTED—COMPETENT MAN WOULD
like a position to take care of some good
horses and lawn. M. SAGEK, 126 8. l.os
Angeles st. 22
VANTED—POSITION AS COOK, SOBER
Bti .i man. DAI'I'. 1"" \V. First st. 23
SITIA TIONS WANTED—FEMALE
VANTED—A YOUNG LADY* WISHES
position as second girl, or light house-
Work. Call or adiircss 72'J Commercial st.
21
VANTED — HOSPITAL NURSE PE
slres re-engagement as nurse to delicate
lady or child: highest testimonials. Ad
dress M.. care Mrs. Henry, Chino. Cal. 2 1
WANTED—AGENTS
WANTED-MEN. WOMEN. BOYS AND
girls everywhere to sell campaign but
tons: big money for workers; we have the
largest variety of the latest, best and
cheapest buttons in the United States;
send 10 cents t' # iay for samples and price
I list. CAMPAIGN BUTTON CO., Cincin
nati, Ohio. 21
WANTED—SOLICITORS, LADIES OR
gentlemen: those accustomed to life in
surance work preferred. Inquire 10 to 12
a. m., room HI Wilson block. M. B.
| HOWARD. District .Manager.
I WANTED—REAL ESTATE
I WANTED—TO PUROHASE;"I HAVE
casii customer for cheapest lot between
I Eighth and Washington on Grand aye..
Hope or Flower sts. R. ALTBCHUL, 403
S. Broadway. frl-sat-aun-8-21
FOR EXCHANGE—2 GOOD LOTS. LONG
Beach, for piano: stale make. Address
\\.. hex 6J, Herald.
- _ .
WANTED—TO BORROW
WANTED TO BORROW—I CAN LEND
your money from 2 to 16 per cent a month.
NEWLYN. 231 Byrne Inild. tf
WANTED — TO RENT
WANTED—BY A WIDOW LADY*. TO
pent a small neat cottage or two rooms
for light housekeeping;" must be cheap,
near depot. Address X.. box ".3. Herald.2l
WANTED—B ROOMS FURNISHED FOR
light housekeeping, With bath; no chil
dren: family of 3. Address N., box 93.
Herald. 21
11 ANTED— MISCELLANEOLS
WANTED—Hi tUSE PAINTER AND PA
per hanger, with tools, wants work from
private parties, city or country; best
city reference-. Address 0., box 103, 11.-r-
WANTED —A SPEEDY BUT RELIABLE
roadster: will give 12" acres unimcuni
bered eastern land If suited; or will trade
laud for a gooel sailboat, cat or sloop
rigged. Address D.. box :i3. Herald. 11-15-21
WANTED—TO PURCHASE A GOOD %
box buggy ;must be In lirst-olass order
anel not patent wheels; state quality,
make and price to E.. box 103. Herald, tf
WANTBD-GOOD BARLEY HAY.LARGE
biles; state cash price in field. SOCIAL
ISTS' FUEL AND FEED DEPOT, 723
Buena Vista st. 23
ATTORNBYS-AT'LA W
Zach Montgomery. James P. Montgomery.
MONTGOMERY & HON..
Attorneys at Law,
C2O and C 27, Billiard block, Los Angeles,
Cal. 0-7
LUCIEN EARLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
offices, Bollard building, entrance room
420; telephone Black 1445. 7-24-97
SEE LAWYER H. IT. HEATH ABOUT
It; over German American Bank; no un
necessary publicity. 8-23
BROSSEAU & MONTGOMERY,
Attorneys at Law,
403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles, tf
WM. J. HUNSAKER, ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor-at-laW, rooms 493-409-410, Cur
rier building; telephone 112u. 6-20
CHARLES O. MORGAN, ATTORNEY
and c ounselor at law. Room 11, 2u»;'' S.
Broadway. E-2
W. 11. SHINN. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 203
-2tr» Wil.-on blk.. Spring st
TOR SALE -MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE—ALL UNREDEEMED A KTl
cles, such as gold, gold filled and silver
watches, diamonds, opals and gold jew
elry, musical instruments, guns, pistols, !
etc., pledged since January 1. 1595, lil!
February 2u. 1««. will l.r sold according to
law to the highest bidder February tic
- ;h 1-"" -it 156 N. Main .st., Los Atigeo's.
B. FANTA. 21
FOR SALE—HANDSOME UPRIGHT
Grand Rails piano at a great sacrlfl
Room No. 31. The Savoy, Fourth and
Hill sts. Call mornings. tf
FOR SALE—MUST BE SOLD: MAKE AN
offi r on 60 shares ( ,f South Riverside
slock. 229 Byrne bldg. 23
Mil: SALE- A HIGH GRADE BICYCLE
in Al condition at a bargain. Inquire,
11. G. MILLER, i oom (1, court house, i i
FOR SALE—A FINE SEALSKIN CAPE: I
don't overlook this: $50. 229 Byrne bldg. 23
MACHINERY
YON SERKEY MANUFACTURING CO.,
234-236 E. Second St., manufacturers of
special machinery, dies and models, only
accurate work; guaranteed.
FOB RKNT-
S3S—II rooms. Seventh and Maple.
$:;.">—6 rooms. Sixth and 11111.
$3i>—B rooms. Tenth and Broadway.
$20—(i rooms. Twenty-ninth and Main.
516 —6 rooms. New Depot st,
SMl—ti rooms. Twelfth and Central.
Jill—Store room on Seventh st
<i ii rooms, modern, Twenty-eighth
and Maple.
$16—I rooms. Commercial st.
$I.">— ."> rooms, hani. Fourteenth and
Main.
$12—5 rooms, New Depot st.
ft. C. CRIBBA CO..
21 127'; W. Second st.
FOR RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE
in town for mattings, linoleums and win
dow shades: carpets cleaned and laid.
THE MATTING MART,7.OI S. Broadway.
11-21
FOR RENT—SI 4. WATER FREE, NEW
house, 6 rooms, hath, water closet, sink,
closets, pantry: very nice and complete:
!»22 also Towne aye. T. WIESEN
DANGER, 227 W. Second st. 81
FOR RENT—MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE,
barn. $25. 91S Blame St.. near Ninth st.
electric line. 23
FOR RENT—WANTED TO PURCHASE
house live to eight rooms; must be cheap.
Address 0.. box 23. Herald. 21_
FOR RENT—«-ROOM COTTAGE ON
Wright st., near Pico, furnished. Apply
to owner, S. I. BOWEN, 727 S. Broad
way. 22
FOR RENT-CHEAP. FURNISHED
rooms. 827% S. Spring St. The McKenzie
28
FOR RENTV4-ROOM COTTAGE WITH
bath, lawn ar.d tlowers: rent $10.50 per
month. 79S E. Eighteenth st. 26
FOR RENT 10-ROOM HOUSE. APPLY
at SH2 W. Seventh si., or R. B. YOUNG,
architect. 435 S. Broadway. 22
FOR RENT- FURNISH ED R< >OMS AND
bath: also house of 10 rooms unfurnished.
302 E. Washington. 21
FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. 1239
Victoria st. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S.
Broadway. tf
FOP. RENT—FURNISHED, ELEGANT
10-room residence. Apply 033 S. Broad
way. 22
FOR RENT—6-ROOM NICELY FUR
nislud cottage, $23. 1322 Georgia Bell
St. 21
FOR RENT—HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS AND
bath, ii.'.* Wall st. 24
FOR RENT—2-ROOM FURNISHED
Hat. 619 W. Sixth st. 21
FOR RENT -Hi U SE OF 7 ROOMS AND
bath. Apply 7h7 W. Sixth st. 21
FOR RES T-ROOMS
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. SlN
gle on en suite; room. $1.50 per week and
up: beds. 25c and up: bath free. RUSS
HOUSE, corner First and Los Angeles
sts. 9-11
FOR RENT —TH E MARIPOSA. S2l E.
Second st.: furnished rooms. $i.uu per
week up; lodging 25c, 35c and 50c per
night. 10-1-tf
FOR RENT—2 NICE FRONT R00M5.51.75
per week: also good rooms. $1 to 51.50 per
week and 25 cents per night. 519 S. Spring
St. 9-15
FOR RENT - NICELY FURNISHED
rooms at The Nashville. 236 Winston St..
VA blocks from I*. O tf
Fl '!'. RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS,WITH
board; pleasant location. 615 XV. Ninth
St. 22
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS, 75c
to $1 per week. WHEELER HOUSE,
near new Santa Fe depot. 81
FOR RENT—I 33 N. MAIN ST.. FURNISH
ed rooms at $1 per week. 25c per night and
upward; center of city. 7-7-97
FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping, with piano. 62C
s. Broadway. D-17-tf
FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FUR
nished rooms: 51.50 to $2. N ITT IN Q BR'B,
45! S. Hope. tt
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. 321% W\ Seventh st. tf
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. THE
NAVARRE. 308 %S. Spring st. 22
FOR RENT—RANCHES
WANTED —I WANT TO RENT A RANCH
of one or two hundred acres for hay and
grain. I. M. BANGLE, Soutli Pasa
dena. 23
500 ACRE GRAIN RANCH TO RENT
for one or a term of years very cheap.
Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st.2l
100-ACRE GRAIN RANCH FOR RENT
cheap for one or a term of years. BEN
WHITE. 221 W. First st.. 21
FOR RENT—STORES
FOR RENT—FINE STORE ON sev"
enth st.. cheap to right party. Apply at
802 W. Seventh or to R. B. YOUNG, archi
tect. 435 S. Broadway. 22
FOR RENT- PART OF STORE. WITH
iine show window, on roadway; excel
lent location for jeweler. Inquire at 606
S. Broadway. tf
FOR Rk.XT-MISCELLANEOUS
[■•OR RENT-I.ODGE ROOM AT TUR
ner hall; every lirst and third Friday of
each month. Inquire of janitor. Htf
LOST AND FOUND
BSTRAY-CAMH TO Till: PREMISES
corner Tenth and Santee sts.. on Friday
night, a ldack mart- ahout 7 years old,
without halter; no shoes; long (lowing
tail: one hind foot white. Owner can
have same by proving property and pay
ing expenses. 21
LiOST— A BLACK SEAL LEATHER
purse, stiver corners, between "Washing
ton and Tenth streets; contained small
sum; !' ;•:%' will please return to 101 N.
spring st. and receive reward. 21
IiOST—SATURADY, AUG. 1. A BLACK
letter case containing newspaper clip
pings, let ween Temple ami Second on
Spring or Broadway; leave at Herald
Office. MAY ELMORE BENHEN. tf
•ST-A GENTLEMAN'S DIAMOND
pin eagle head); a very liberal reward
will he paid for its return to owner, L. T.
GARNSEY, 120 W. Second St.. city. 21
!X) ST—AUGUST IBTH, LADY'S GOLD
watch; monogram B. C.J return SO Bry
se»u block; reward. 23
rOUND—WILHELM'S 1200-ACRE PAS
ture the best near the city, 828 S. Main
St. 8-23
EXCURSIONS
3NCE"a WEEK PERSONALL-4" CON
', ti ed excursions to Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis and all points, leave Los
Angeles every Thursday via Southern
Pacific, Union Pacific, "World's Pictorial
Lme." ami Chicago and Northwestern
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-
Detent conductors accompany each party.
Fastest lime. Lowest rates. For tiokefs
and berth reservations apply lo J. H.
PEARMAN, Manager; G. F. 11 ERR. G.
P. A... 2'::: S. Spring at.. Los AngeTes, or to
any agent Southern Pacific company.
5 3-8
MIILLIPS, PERSONALLY CONDIJC
ted excursions via the Rio Grande and
Rock Island route, leave Los Anrjeles
every Tuesday, cross the 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
Fails. Oflice 13S S. Spring St.
!!URLINOT< IN I: 1 »UTE—PERSONALLY
conducted excursions to tlie east every
Wednesday over t ho scenic line of the
world; upholstered tourist cars without
i hange. T, 11. DUZAN, agent. 222 S.
Spring st.. Los Angele3, Cal.
BEN W HITS SELLS AND E"tf"HANOFS
property everywhere; read his ads in
other columns of this paper.
SPECIALISTS
DR. R. G. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC Op
tician, with the Los Angeles Optical In
siitute; eyes examined free. 125 S. Spring
street.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
SPECIAL BARGAINS THAT MUST BE
sold in such as cigar stores, coal and
wood yards, bakeries, meat markets,
blacksmith shops, candy stores, grocer
ies, dairies, drug stores, dressmaking
parlors, fruit stores, harness shops, gen
eral merchandise stores, furniture stores,
lodging houses, livery stables, laundries,
jewelry stores, notion stores, millinery,
music stores, partnerships, poultry and
Ash, produce business routes, stationery
stores, job printing, photograph outfits,
billiard rooms. hotels, restaurants,
houses and lots, easy terms, business
property, vacant lots, ranches, all slses.
Read mv ads. In exchange column, city
real estate column. Some of the great
est chances to Invest your money. Yoti
cannot make money by holding on to It:
speculate. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221
W. First st.
GOOD OPENING: A COMPETENT AT
torney of wide experience, now having
a splendid business, but wants to In
crease It and will accept any good relia
ble man to assist In his office; need not
be a lawyer; what Is needed Is a party
to attend to the collection department,
etc.; price for U is $500; really an excep
tional chance for a party wanting a
legitimate paying business: undoubted
reference It required; sure bona fide
proposition; must be seen to be appreci
ated. For particulars apply to BEN
WHITE, 221 W. First st.
NOTICE
READ THIS
$125 to $50,000
Properties and business places of every
description, any kind or any location you
desire. Read the great bargains I offer
for sale and exchange everywhere, city
and country.
For snle by—BEN WHITE
BEN WHITE
221 W. First st.
BAKERS. ATTENTION".
Hnkery complete In every respect: nice
large portable oven: everything equipped
in line shape: nice horses, wagons, etc.:
pays a net profit of $100 per month; dis
agreement of partners cause of selling:
fullest inspection: trial before buying If
required; will Invoice about $1000; if you
want a bakery now Is the time: you can
always do business with a man (hat
wants to sell. Apply to BEN WHITE,
221 W. First st.
PARTNER WANTED
SALOON
SALOON
$«10—Saloon—$600
Centrally located and doing a good busi
ness; a sure investment: the license alone
Is worth what is asked: If you want a
saloon business investigate litis at once.
For particulars see BEN WHITE. 221
W. First St.
|S50 —GROCERY BUSINESS, HANDLING
In connection wood. coal, hay and grain;
good horse ami wagon; rent only $15 a
month: one of the finest locations and do
ing the best business of any of its kind
in the city; all cash trade. If you are
looking for a business which pays, Inves
tigate this. See BEN WHITE. 221 W.
First st.
FOR SALE—A FERTILIZING PLANT
at South Riverside; cost $8500: will sell
for $3000. part cash to right party; now
is the time to get in: a money maker:
Riverside and surrounding country must
have fertilizer at any price and you can
be In the field without any competition.
See THOS. G. ASHTON for particulars,
229 Byrne hldg. 23
DAIRY AND MILK ROUTE
DAIRY AND MILK ROUTE
$800 will huy one of the finest dairies In
Los Angeles: 8 first-class cows. 2 horses,
wagons, cans, etc; everything complete
and in lirst-elass condition: tine paving
route: Investigate this at once. For par
ticulars see BEN WHITE, 221 W. First
St.
SALOON. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
in one of the very best located seaside
resorts, established and run by present
owner for years: this is an exceptional
chance to get a paying business: price
$2250. or will sell the retail department
for $1250. See BEN WHITE. 221 W. Firs'
LODGING HOUSE
LODGING HOUSE
17 rooms, on First st.: new and ele
gantly furnished throughout: long lease,
low rent: you can buy this elegant house
for $7(H): cost $1000 to furnish it. but owner
must sell It. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First
st.
ROOMING HOUSE
— Only $150
Only $150
17 rooms
17 Rooms
all nicely furnished: price only $430.
See REN WHITE. 221 W. First st.
IMMENSE BUSINESS OPEN I N( J—A
partner is wanted in a well established
and good paying butcher shop in leading
city near Los Angeles; incoming partner
must know something about the butcher
business; price for %. $450. Apply to
BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st.
$1200—SALOON: SPLENDID LOCATION:
doing ii big business: will bear the clos
est Investigation; rent low: everything
first-class. See BEN WHITE, 321 W.
First sl.
FOR SALE-CHEAP. ON ACCOUNT OF
other business demanding attention. %
Interest in large and well established real
(•state and general office business. Ael
dress 0.. box 53. Herald. 21
FOR SALE—A GROCERY, 0 YEARS IX
business: party sells because he has not
enough cash to run the business; receipts
from $20 to $.'iv a day; big trade; $500 takes
this. 220 Byrne bldg. 23
BILLIARD HALL
3750—Billiard Hall—s7so
A lirst-class. paying billiard and poo!
hall, 4 tables in excelltjflt condition; rent
low: location first-class. For particulars
see BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st.
FOR SALE— I WILL MAKE UNUSUAL
inducements to any suitable person who
will advance me $250 to 800 to put a prac
tical, useful Invention on the market. Ad
dress P... box 43, Herald. 19-21-23
FOR RENT—STORE IN BEST LOCAL-
Ity, at Washington Gardens (Main and
Washington sts.). on E. side of St.; good
business place: low rent. Call or address
Agent. B. B. NEAL, Herald office, tf
FOR SALE—THE RETAIL PART OF
our tea business. 413 S. Spring St.. as wo
are going into wholesale exclusively; will
sell at a great bargain if taken at once. 23
FOR SALE—MANUFACTURING Busi
ness with unlimited possibilities. SLAY
TON WALKER, 159 Penrose St., River
side, Cal. 9-13
FOR SALE—SALOON: AN ELEGANT
establishment: no finer in town; $3000.
I. D. BARNARD. 117% S. Broadway. 21
FOR SALE —COUNTRY" STORE WITH
lot and house 7 rooms included; $800.
I. D. BARNARD. 117!' S. Broadway. 21
FOR SALE—LIVERY AND BOARDING
stable: ve-rv old, popular stand; $1700.
I. D. BARNARD, 117% S. Broadway. 21
FOR SALE—AT THE BEACH, A FINE
variety and cigar store: bargain; $500.
1. D. BARNARD. 117% S. Broadway. 21
FOR SALE—A DEPARTMENT STORE:
old. popular stand: making money; $7500.
I. D. BARNARD. U7% S. Broadway. 21
FOR SALE —CIGAR, NOTION AND
candy store; 2 living rooms; rent $10. 441
E. Third st. 23
FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN; MY DYE
ing and cleaning works. 139 Temple St.,
opposite court house. 24
FOR SALE—GROCERY STORE. COR
ner Echandla and Brooklyn aye., Brook
lyn Heights. 21
FOR SALE A PI lULTRY MARKET DO-
Ing good business, or will take a partner.
Address 110 E. Fifth St. 29-tf
FOR SALE - CITY NEWSPAPER
routes. Apply C. G. SPRENG. Herald
business office. tf
TO BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE ANY
business call on JNO. JONES, JR., 228
Byrne bldg. tf
TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS SEE
I. D. BARNARD. 117% S. Broadway.
SALE—LODOINQ HOUSES
FOr"sa'l£-A BARGAIN IF TAKEN IN
5 days, % Interest in 40-room lodging
boose: $fyVi efl«h i„,i.,$3TR e»«v term*.
Address OWNER, X, box 18, Herald, a
JFORJEXCHA NOE— RE A L ESTATE^
FOR EXCHANGE—BY
15 acres at Clearwater.
20 acres Improved at Clearwater.
40 acres improved at Tehaohapl.
160 acres In Antelope valley.
2V4 acres highly Improved at Colton.
IB aores In Kern county.
100 acres near Miller * Lux ranch.
480 acres, beautiful Tehachapi valley.
Property for sale and exchange every
where. Go to
BEN WHITE.
221 W. First St.
I'OR SALE—AT HALF PRICE. OR Ex
change for Los Angeles property—
II acres, 6 in alfalfo. good house, barn,
etc.
10 seres in orchard, house, etc.
5 acres, 2% alfalfa, 24 3-year-old prunes,
good house.
20 acres alfalfa land, small house and
stable.
300 acres fine land, house, bnrn, and
all adjoining good town.
BEN WHITE.
221 W. First St.. L. A.
CULVER
Wants to know what you have to trade
for good property In
—Chicago—
—Denver—
—Minneapolis—
—Tacoma—
We have property In all these cities to
trade for Los Angeles property.
CULVER.
tf 212 S. Broadway.
NICE 9-ROOM HOUSE, LARIftE LOT.
rents at $20 per month, near Alpine st.,
3 blocks from car line. Is free of Incum
brance, value $2000; want house and lot
S. W.; will give this place clear and as
sume mortgage: get out of debt. Apply
to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. 21
10 ACRES BELOW CITY LIMITS ON
Central aye.: modern 7-room house, ar
tesian well, barn, orchard, alfalfa, etc.;
to exchange for house and lot in city,
and will nssume small mortgage; value
$3000. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First St. 21
$1000- 5 ACRES SOUTH OF CITY LIMITS,
near Vernon, small house and other Im
provements, to exchange for house and
lot in cltv. and will assume $600 mortgage.
Apply to BEN WHITE. 221 W. Firs: st.
21
42 ACRES NEAR COMPTON, ALL
fenced, artesian well; only $75 an acre:
to exchange for vacant lot as part pay
ment: whole or part. Apply to BEN
WHITE. 221 W. First st. 21
FOR EXCHANGE—FINE HOME PLACE,
clear: lots. Pasudena: ranch. Riverside;
mine for California or Seattle property;
will assume. E. E. SQUIRES, 225 Hyrne
building.
$1000-5 ACRES ON MAIN ST.. SOUTH
of city limits; 4-room house, barn, etc.:
some alfalfu; to exchange for house an 1
lot In city. Apply to BEN WHITE. 2:1
W. First st. 21
20 ACRES AT GREEN MEADOWS. $125
an acre; to exchange for house and lot
in city. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First St. 21
READ BEN WHITE'S ADS. IN HOUSES
and lots for sale columns. Office 221 W.
First st. 21
FOR EXCHANOE--MISCELLANEOVS
FOfT EXCHANGE—FINE NEW Up
right piano, for horse, harness and busi
ness buggy; must be Al turnout. Ad
dress 8.. box SO, Herald office. tf
FOR EXCHANGE-SLIGHTLY USED
upright grand piano for horse board. Ad
dress Cm box 7u, Herald office. tf
EDUCATIONAL
NOW TlMe'to'eN
ter upon a course of study at the Los An
geles Business College, 212 W. Third st.
School in session (he entire year; large,
new, clean and delightful rooms; first
class elevator service; large corps of
teachers: Intensely practical courses of
study. Branches taught: Bookkeeping,
nrilhemetie. grammar, correspondence,
spelling, penmanship, banking,, business
practice, business forms, commercial law.
commercial geography, civics, shorthand,
typewriting, telegraphy, assaying. Do
not delay, but begin at once If you are
ready, so as to finish by the time business
revives. Call as the college, or write for
superb new catalogue giving full Inform
ation. 2-26-7
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN
corporated). 226 S. Spring St., is the oldest
and largest commercial school In South
ern California; the most beautiful col
lege rooms and equipment to be 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
and a course in shorthand and type
writing under an experienced stenograph
er. W'rlte or call for illustrated cata
logue and full Information. G. A.
HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKER,
vice-president.
SCHOOL ELOCUTION AND DRAMATIC
Art—Mrs. Adeline Duval Mack, formerly
of New York and Washington. D. C.
Private lessons and classes, day and
evening; special training for theatrical
profession. An amateur club, ladles nnd
gentlemen, studying plays, connected
with school. For particulars and terms
apply residence. The Clarendon. 40S S
Hill st. Mrs. Mack's services may be
engaged for recitals and readings, tf
GIRLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL. 1918, 1922,
1924 S. Grand aye.. reopens Thursday.
September 24. A boarding and day school,
with corps of fifteen teachers: specialists
in their lines of work: collegiate, acad
emic, preparatory, primary and kinder
garten departments: an attractive home
and thorough school. MISS PARSONS
ami MISS DENNEN. Principals. 2-6-97
MME. CHAPHE-MOROAN. LATE OF
New York city, will teach Ihe true art
of singing; will prepare ladies and gentle
men for opera, oratorio, concert, church
or parlor singing: the most thorough nnd
artistic Instruction given: voices tested
free, of charge on Wednesdays and Satur
days. Studio, room 3, "The Spencer."
316% W. Third St. 2-1-97
ST. VINCENT'S COLLELE,GRAND AY.:
a boarding and day school for boys and
young men: course classical and commer
cial; empowered to confer degrees. terms
boarders 3250 and day scholars 350 for
term of ten months; fall term wlli heein
Monday, September 7th. 10-22
SUMMER - LAW LECTURES. UNIVEIT
sitv of Virginia—July 1 to September 1.
1896. For students or practitioners. 27th
year. For catalogue, address (P. O.
Charlottesville, Va.,) R. C. MINOR, Sec
retary.
V. J. COLVILLE WILL LECTURE AT
Kramer's hall. Fifth st.. Friday after
noon, August 21st, at 2:30 p.m.; subject,
The Wav to Live as Taught From a
Metaphysical Standpoint. Questions at
the close of the lecture are Invited. 21
FROEBEL INSTITUTE (CASA DE
Rosas) training school for kindergart
ners; also school for boys and girls of all
grades. Fall term begins September 22rt.
PROF, and MME. LOUIS CLAVERIE.
8- 7-ly
MISS MARSH'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
and young ladles (Incorporated). 1340 and
1342 S. Hope St.; able corps of teachers:
specialists In every department; fall term
begins September 23d. 10-0
MISS L. M. NELSON WILL DEVELOP
any one's voice so they can sing whether
they can sound a tone or not by her own
mcl hod. W. C. T. U. Temple, cor. Broad
way and Temple st. 8-30
BOYNTON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS,
only, begins September (16th: teachers
aided In getting positions: teachers, gov
ernesses and tutors supplied. Room 025
Stlmson block. 6-30 tt
DANCING SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN—
Every Saturday , 2:30 p. m., St. Vincents
hall Hill St., bet. Sixth and Seventh sts.
Instructors, Mrs. H. A. Francis, Mrs. W.
T. Woods. __ 7-26-tf
iThorthand AND TYPEWRITING
are taught thoroughly, at reasonable
rates, iniLONGLEY INSTITUTE. Byrne
building. a''g 30
315 WILL MAKE YOU A PRACTICAL
stenographer In two weeks. VEZINO,
107 W. Second at. 9-3-96
ETONSCHOOL FOR BOYS. NO. 136 W.
Pico St. HORACE A. BROWN. LL. B._
Y. M. C. A. CLASSES OPEN OCT 1. 9-15
TS
ALEXANDER, ONLY
Cirst-clßiis lady chiropodist in the city,
treats ad diseases of the feet. 106 Wilson
block, cor. First and Spring sts. tf
DR. ZACHU. DISEASES OF THE FEET.
263 jj Bprlng St. 12-26
P^BNTS^COPYRmHTS.JETC^^
KNIGHT BROS.,PATENT SOLICITORS?
free .' ook on patents. 424 Byrne bldg.
9- 22-6
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE-2 NEW AND MODERN B
room cottageH close In: cement walks,
flowers and lawn; half cash, or would take
lots for part and balance Ions; time. One
new and modern 6-room cottage on Ad
ams St., cement walks, lawn and flowers,
large lot, 50x150: V t cash, balance 1. 2 nnd
3 years. J. C. ELLIOTT, room 12, 321 V&
S. Spring st. 21
FOR SALE—SBOO CASH FOR AN EQUITY
In a 7-room cottage: big lot, ull fenced:
everything complete: get next to this If
you want a beautiful home for the money.
NEWLYN. 229 Byrne bldg. 23'
FOR SALE—6-ROOM HOUSE CLOSE IN;
street graded, cement sidewalk nnd curb;
car line hi one block. Apply to owner,
620 Philadelphia St. 9-11
FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH.
BABSETT & SMITH. Pomona. Cal. 6-26tf
City Lots
FOR SALE—
$21(1— Woollncott tract, near First st.
$500—Belong st., bet. Pico and Sixteenth.
$iiiO—Olrard st.. near Vernon.
$soo—Central aye., bet. Seventh and
Eighth.
$1000- Oorgia Hell, near Fifteenth.
$liiim-I'|co St.. near Wright.
$1600—Sixteenth, west of Main. 6(1 feet.
$1900—Flower st.. north of Washington.
To loan—ssoo. SSOfl, $1000.
RICHARD ALTSCHFL
e.o.d-R-31 40S 8. Broadway.
CULVER
IN THE
CORONEL
Can sell you a lot for
I $500
$500
$500
$50 cash down, balance
one, two and three
years
at
9 per cent gross Interest.
212 S. Broadway. tf
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 Mateo sts., near
Seventh street school; these lots nro 40
leet wide, and have nn alley of 15 feet
prices $240, $2SO nnd $325; $10 down, $10
per month. Call on C. A. SMITH, 213
W. First st. tf
FOR SALE—4O-FOOT LOTS, $150: $8
monthly; in South End tract, on Central
aye.; electric cars, cement sidewalks,
curbs, shade trees, pure water piped In
each street. Own your own home, when
you can do so by paying no moro than
rent: no lot Is further than 2 blocks from
Central nve. WIKSHNDANGEH &
O'DBA, 227 XV. Second st. 31
FOR SALE—ONE OF THE BEST Lo
cated lols In the Urmston tract on Clin
ton aye.; one block from two electric car
lines; must he sold at once; a bargain;
make an ofTcr. Address OWNER,
P. O. box 565, cily. 23
FOR SALE—TWO LOTS ON X ELL AM
st.. on Angeiuno Heights; must go; make
an offer and they're yours; party must
have money. NEWLYN. 229 Byrne bldg.
23
FOR SALE—THIS A GOOD TIME TO BUI
HEAL ESTATE .
RICHARD ALTSOHUL
40S S. Broadway
Chamber of Commerce building. eod-S-31
FOR SALE-GOOD VACANT LOT CLOSE
In. bet. Sixth and Seventh sts.; a great
bargain at $165. Address Box 31. San
Marcos, Cal. su-tu-fr-S-21
FOR SALE—SH ACRES ON CENTRAL
aye.. on and near Tenth st., will srll all
or part of the above. Call on MARY A.
NIEMEYER, 927 Central aye. 11-12
DO NOT PAY' RENT.BUT BUY A HOUSE
on the installment plan from ALLISON
BARLOW. 123 S. Broadway. 12-l»-tf
Business Property
FOR SALE—BUSINESS PROPERTY—
The owner of -10 feel on Bprlng St., be
tween Second and Kifth. finds It neces
sary to let it go: $15,000 cash to the owner
and balance on easy terms will take it:
its an opportunity hard to And In Bos
Angeles: force of cirT'iimstanoes alone
makes it possible in this instance.
If you wish an interview with the own
er, please address
SPRING STREET.
24 P. O. Hox 416. City.
Country Property
UNEQUALED CHANCE FOR HOMES—
For salt —Lots or acres lv Colegrove,
Oahuenga valley, a western suburb of
Eos Angeles, on the Santa Monica elec
tric road; location beautiful: excellent
soil, water, climate, seem ry: unsurpassed
for productions, being frostless. No bet
ter opportunity for Investment will ever
be offered. See far yourself. Take a
Santa Monica elecine car; fare ten cents.
Stop al Colegrove. Impure for SEWARD
COLE. 10-15
FOR SALE —$3750 BUYS 36 ACRES AD-
Joining the town of Oardena; good 6
room house; 6 acres lv berries: small or
chard, gasoline engine, etc.; within few
minutes' walk from R.R., P. 0.. school,
church, etc. and a snap. WILDE &
STRONG, T2< W. Fourth st. 23
FOR SALE—SAN A
few 5 and 10-aero blocks left; water right.
Now Is tbe time to buy. If you havo any
thing to sell or trade see E. K. ALEX
ANDER. 132 S. Broadway. tf
j _ - — ?
MEDIUMS
MRS. WALKER. CLAIRVOYANT AND
life business reading medium, is meeting
with wonderful success. She invites the
most skeptical to prove her power. All
business affairs of life looked Into for the
advancement of your future. Gives read
ings dally from S a. m. to S p. m. 316% S.
Spring st. 9-17
MRS. PARKER. PALMIST, CLAIRVOY
ant and medium; life reading business,
removals, law suits, mineral locations,
love affairs, etc. Take Third st. electric
car to Y'ermont avo. and Vine st. Sec
ond bouse on Vine st. west of Vermont
aye. 12-30
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, THE INDE
pendent slate writer and medium, gives
sittings daily at 655 S. Spring St..
and holds circles on Wednesday evening
at 8 p. m. of each week. Admission 50c.
and will take a few pupils for piano les
sons. 0-13
RETURNED — LEONORA D'ESTE — A
medium tor truth and justice: the great
est card reader of the age. and tells your
future; charges reasonable. Parlors 17
and 18, San Julien, cor. Fifth and San
Jullen. 25
MRS. STANLEY. CELEBRATED CLAIII
-voyant. reads your entire past, present
and future. Satisfaction or no pay. La
dies only, 50c. 423 S. Broadway, room 11.
■Mliet"- »-U
ELIZABETH HURLBUT. PJsY.'°ME- C,
trist. mental and magnetic nealer ami
teacher of praclical occult science. 344
S. Hill st.. rooms 50-12 (upper floor). 11-21
MRS. E. Z. HARNETT, THE MEDIUM,
has returned and is permanently loented
at 527 S. Main St.; sittings dally; circles
Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 22
MME. GRACE, CELEBRATED CARD
reader; tells past, present and future.
Ladles, 50 cents. Parlors 24 and 25, 62S
Maple aye. 9-36 _
AGNES 11. PLEASANCE. TRANCE ME
ilinm. lias returned to the city; sittings
daily; hours. 10 to 5. 444% S. Spring st,l9-tf
PIANOS
for~sa~le-square piano, fine
tone, case not marred: very cheap. Room
19, Pirtle block, Fourth and Broadway.
11-tf
MAGNIFICENT NEW BRIGGS PIANOS
for sale and to rent at 118 Winston St.,
next to the main postoffice. A.G. GARD
NER AND WlFE.proprietors.
KNABE AND VOSE & SONS PIANOS AT
ii IRK EL'S, Parlors 18 and 19. Pirtle bhc
FRESH CUTIFLOWEBBFOR DECORA-
Hons, Carnations, 10 cts per dozen; Gol
den Dahlias, 15 cents per dozen. Vine st.,
second house west of Y'ermont aye..
Traction car to Vermont aye. ond Vine
st. 7-25-tf

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