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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 cf 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 10,875 4 9775 " 18 9875 5 0800 " 13 9900 c 9800 " 14 9960 7[...,, 9840 *' 15 10,040 ............ 9860 Average Daily for First Hall of August, 10,077 Also that the average daily circulation for the said newspaper for 1895 was 6784 copies; for the month of January, 1896, 7)47', for February, 8021 ; for March, 8152 ; for April, 8356; for May, 8408 ; for June, 8435 ; and for July, 9208. H. S. SMITH. Subscribed and sworn to this 15th day of August, 1896. W. B SCARBOROUGH, Notary Public in and for Los 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. Steven W r ords 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 rates are good until SepfefHfeer Ist. SPECIAL NOTICES BUSINESS NEWSPAPER—THE DAILY Journal; a business newspaper; publish ing all the county official records, real estate transfers, mortgages and liens, building news, contract work, tinnacial news, and all news relating to the re sources and development of Southern California and the great territory of the southwest. One dollar per month, or in advance $10 per year. 227 First St., Los Anueles. Cal. 6-1 tf THE SALE OF SEATS IN THE NEW Synagogue-. Congregation B'nai B'rlth, will take place Bunday, August 30th, com mencing at 0 oclock a.m.. at tho syna ogue, corner Ninth and Hope sts. After the sale is completed renting of seats for tha coming*holidays will commence and continue until all those tlesirous of secur ing them have been accommodated. J. E. WALDECK, secretary. 30 NOTICE-THE LOS ANGELES CITY Water Co. will strictly eiuorce the fol lowing rules; The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of 0 and 8 oclock a. m. and ti and .< oclook p. m. For a vio lation of the above regulations the water will be shut off ami a line of $2 will be charged before the water will be turned on again. 10-30 GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHES CLEANED, dyed and renovated by a ne-w process which does not shrink or put the clothes out of shape; all work guaranteed. BOS TON' STEAM DYE WORKS, 236 New High st. Telephone Main 454. tr NATURE "HOLDS THE ELEMENTS OF healih. Constipation, rheumatism, in somnia, nervousness and constitutional derangements yield to this greatest power for good. Bring this ad. with you; It has a cash value. G. AY. BRADFORD, room 3, 242'b 8. Broadway. 9-0 THE INVESTOR-G. A. DOBINSON, ED itor. Published Thursdays. Devoted to the financial Interests of Southern Cali fornia. 13.00 per annum. On sale at principal news stands. Office 4 Brysor. block, Los Angeles. tf ita> AVERAGE WEEKLY NET INCOME with $250 invested. Safe, conservailv.- I'rospectus, proofs, free. F. DALY'. 1293 Broadway, N. Y. d-su-lm BUFFREME COURT DECISION—TH 10 city has no right iv the surplus waters of the river after Ihe city Is supplied. Turn the rascals out. They are stealing water and selling It below the city. 29 OUR CITY OFFICIALS ARE STEALING water and selling it below the city. Turn the rascals out. 31 TRIMMED 11 ATS. FIFTY CENTS: LAST titty of sal.-, ut ANNETTE MILL! NE' I V STORE, 141 S. Broadway. 29 BEST PRICES PAID FOR GENTS' cast-off clothing. A. PAISNER, 111% C_ommere! al si. 7-19-97 EXCURSIONS ONCE A' WEEK" PERSONA LL V ' CON ducted excursions lo Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and all points, leave Los Angeles every Thursday via Southern Pacific, Union Pacific, "world's Pictorial Line," ami Chicago and Northwestern railway, crossing the Sic rra Nevadas ami 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 lime. Lowest rates. For tlckel s and berth reservations apply to J. 11. PEARMAN, Manager; G. F. HERR, G. P. A.., 223 S. Spring at.. Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Pacific company. 5 3-0 PHILLIPS, PERSONALLY CONDUCt ed excursions via the Rio Grande anil Rock Islapd route, leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, cross the Sierra Nevadas and pass the entire Rio Grande scenery by daylight. We have a tourist sleeper running through lo Minneapolis and St. Paul in connection with every party. Our Boston car stops one day at Niagara Falls. Office I:;- S. Spring st. BURLINGTON R( CUTE— PERSONALLY conducted excursions to the east every Wednesday over the scenic line of tlie world: upholstered tourist cars without change. T. 11. DUZAN, »t;ent, 222 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. LOST .4.V0 FOl VO LC>ST—GOi7d'\Y.\'l'('ll AND 'Vha'i.V near Santa ITe freight depot, yesterday afternoon (Aug. 25.) about -I oclock: 20 -year guarantee In rear of case; liberal reward. Address l.'.s S. Spring si., ios Angeles. 29 LOST—SATURADY, AUG. 1. ~A BLACK letter case containing newspaper clip pings, between Temple and Second on Spring ot- Broadway: leave at Herald office. MA V ELMORE BENSEN. tf r'OU'ND— CAM!-: T.I MY PLACE. ONE carrier pigeon labeled Register L.. JIS. Owner can obtain by Id, ntli'vlng property. MR. RENDALL, 905 Alvarado st. j OCT-—VKI.T.OW HAND VALISE- FILES In II: tin bo- nnd laundry: reward. Re turn to F. E. GLEASON, Herald. 30 LiiikOfonisTs MRS. J. F. ALEXANDER, THE ONLY lady chiropodist in the cltv, treats ait diseases of the feet, 100 Wilson block, cor. First and Spring sis. tf DR. ZACHAt\ DISEASES O! - -.. K-'KT 263 S. Spring at. 12-M EDUCATIONAL NOW ISA VERY GOOD TIME TO EN ter upon a course of study ut the Los An geles Business College, 212 W. Third st. School in session the entire year; large, new, clean and delightful rooms; first class elevator service; large corps of leat hers: Intensely practical courses of study. Branches taught: Bookkeeping, arithemelic, 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 levives. Call as the college, or write for superb new catalogue giving full Inform ation. 2-20-7 WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE ClN corporated i, 220 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; botli day and evening sessions: a practical Eng lish course, a thorough business course and a course in shorthand and type writing under an experience;! stenograph er. Write or call for illustrated cata logue and full information. G. A. HOUGH, president; N. U. 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 ami evening: special training for theatrical profession. An amateur club, ladies and gentlemen, studying plays, connected with school. For particulars and terms apply residence. The Clarendon. 403 S. Hill st. Mrs. Mack's services may be engaged for recitals and readings, tf GIRLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL. 1918,1922, 1921 S. Grand aye.. reopens Thursday. September 24. A boarding and day school, with corps of fifteen teachers; specialists in tiieir lines of work: collegiate, acad emic. pr< paratory. primary and kinder garten departments: an attractive home and tho%ugh school. MTSS PARSONS and MISS DENNEN. Principals. 2-G-97 MME. CHAPHE-MORGAN. LATE OF New York city, will teach the true art of singing: will prepare ladies and gentle men for opera, oratorio, concert, church or parlor singing: the most thorough and artistic instruction given: voices tested free of charge on Wednesdays and Satur days. Studio, room 3, "Tho Spencer." 316' i W. Third st 2-1-97 ST. VINCENT'S COLLFLF.GRAND AY.: a boarding and day school for boys and young men: course classical aud commer cial: empowered to confer degrees; terms, boarders $250 ar.d day scholars $50 for term of ten months: fall term will begin Monday. September 7th. 10-22 BUMMER LAW LECTURES. UNIVER- Hfty of Virginia—July 1 to September L ISfMj. For students or practitioners. 27th year. For catalogue, address (P. O. Charlottesville, Va.,) R. C. MIXOR, Sec retary. FROEBEL INSTITUTE (CASA DE Rosas) training school for kindergart ners; also school for boys and girls of all grades. Fall term begins September 22(1. PROF, and MME. LOUIS CLAVERIE. s-T-Iy MISS MARSH'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS anil young ladles (incorporated), 1310 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 out 's voice so they can sing whether I they can sound a tone or not by her own method. W. C. T. U. Temple, cor. Broad way and Temple st. 8-30 BOVNTON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS only, begins September (10th; teachers ! aided in getting positions: teachers, gov- I emesses and tutors supplied. Room 525 Stlmson block. 6-30 tf DANCING SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN— Every Saturday . 2:30 p. m.. St. Vincent's ball. Hill St.. bet. Sixth and Seventh sis. I Instructors, Mrs. H. A. Francis, Mrs. W. . T. Woods. 7-26-tf SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING are taught thoroughly, at reasonable rates. In LONG LEY INSTITUTE, Byrne i building. vug 20 j »lf. WILL MAKE YOU A PRACTICAL stenographer In two weeks. VBZINO, 107 W. Second st. 0-3-96 I ETON SCHOOL FOR BOYS. NO. 120 wT PICQ st. HORACE A. BROWN. LL. B. |Y. M. C. A. CLASSES OUEN OCT 1. 9-15 PIANOS FOR SALE-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 si., i next to tbe main postofflce. A.G. GARD NER AND WlFE.proprietori. KNABE AND VOSE& SONS PIANOS AT BIKKEL'S, Parlors 18 and 19, Pirtle blk. tf FLOWERS FRESH CUT FLOWERS FOR DECORA tions. Carnations, 10 cts per dozen: Gol den Dahlias, 15 cents p, r dozen. Vinest.. second house west of Vermont aye.. Traction car to Vermont aye. ond Vine St. J-25-U )LOS ANGELES HEEAjLD: SATUBDAT MORNING-,. AUGUST ID, 189*. HELP WANTED—MALE HUMMEL BROS. & CO., EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. California Bank bldg.. 100-302 W. Second at.. In basement. Telephone 509. A strictly first-class, reliable agency. AH kinds of help promptly furnished. Your orders solicited. Office open from 7 v. nt. to 7:30 p. m., except Sunday. MEN'S MISCELLANEOUS DEPART- M KNT Ranch hand. $15 etc.; stable man. ac quainted in city, 315 etc; milker, $22.50 etc. month. HOTEL DEPARTMENT Dishwasher. $15 etc.; colored bellboy and wait on table, $3.50 etc; second cook. $25 etc.: all-round cook. $3<l etc.; cook. $4f etc., and dishwasher, $20 etc.; first-class baker. $15 etc. week. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT House girl, family 3. city. ISO; colored cook. $25 etc.; colored nurse girl. $10 etc.. one child; young girl to assist in house work. $12 and fare paid, employer here 10 a.m. today: cook and second girl. Ger man preferred. $25 and $15; M. A. woman for light housework, country. $12. HOTEL DEPARTMENT (FEMALE) Extra waitresses, beach: extra wait resses, city: cook, city, $25 etc.: steady waitress, $20 etc. HUMMEL BROS. & CO. WANTED—LADIES AND GENTLEMEN desiring business engagements tn the cltv will find a good opportunity by calling at 114 Rrvson building, between a.m. and 4 p.m Lad ICI having nn extended acquaintance of musical friends espe cially desired. Q. M. TAPER. 29 TO BAKER BOSSES—SEND TOUR OR ders for first-class bakers to Rakers' Home: linkers will receive cmploymen' fee of charge. BAKERS' HOME, 629 E. First st. Tel. No. 10H3. red. 9-24 WANTED —AN ENERGETIC BRIGHT man for City soliciting; must present pood appearance. Address H., box 23, Her auf. 29 WANTED—YOt'R PATRONAGE. RELT able help furnished promptly. REID'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 125 W. First St. tf_ WANTEP-HELP FREE AND SlTUA tions, SIS'- S. Broadway. B. NITTIX GER. tf HELP WASTED FEMALE WANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Call afternoons, SO2 W. Sev enth st. 29 Situations wanted-male W A NTED—S tTUATK)N AS ENGINEER, assistant, fireman or nny other kind of work, by competent mechanic accustomed to stenmllt ting anil general repairing: fa miliar with bicycle work. Please address 1.. box 45. Herald. 9-1 WANTED —RELIABLE MIDDLE AGED gentleman wants employment in manu facturing or other business, with view to buvlng an interest. Address I., box 95. Herald. »<> SITL'A tions wanted—female WANTED—A~WIDOW LADY WITH 1 little girl 7 years old, would like a post tion as housekeeper or housework and take mv child with me; references good. 328 Towne aye. 30 WANTED—BY COMPETENT WOMAN, position nt the mines as assayer: gold, silver.lead and coppor:hns had experience and thoroughly understands the business. Satisfactory reference furnished. Ad dress L. H.. Herald. 1 WANTED—SITUATION AS COOK OR to take charge of boarding house in min ing locality; good references given. Ad dress MRS. E. G. C, Herald. 1 WANTED — SITUATION; EXPERl enced cook, or housework, city or coun try good home preferred to high wag jt. 549 Maple aye. 31 WANTED—A YOUNG LADY OF Ex perience, good manager, would keep house for widower with one or two chil dren. Address N.. box 25. Herald. Z> WANTED—A TRAIN El ) NURSE WOULD take charge of invalid going east or to Europe for expenses. Address NURSE. 110 Webster st., San Francisco. Cal. 31 WANTED—WV.T NURSE WISHES A position. Apply 810% B. Los Angeles st. 3 WANTED—AGENTS AGENTS' WANTED"— LADIES OR gents, everywhere, to Introduce our fast selling goods; needed by all. "One agent made $93.50 in one week." You can do the same. $1000 yearly earned, and per manent position. For particulars, ad dress with stump, SWISS HERB TEA CO.. Chicago. 9-1 WANTED — AGENTS TO SELL THE woncjerful Japanese Ink Eraser. To show it is to sell it. Sample 25 cent.-. Circulars free. The KEK-KO REME DIES CO., San Francisco, Cal. 80 WANTED—SOLICITORS; LADIES AND gentlemen In every county in every state, for memorial art goods. MEMORIAL ART PUBLISHING CO., room 44, Dow ney block. 31 WANTED—SOLICITORS. LADIES OR gentlemen: those accustomed, to life in surance work preferred. Inquire 10 to 12 a. m.. room 141 Wilson block. M. B. HOWARD. District Manager. WANTED—LADY AND GENTLEMAN book canvassers; salary or commission. Call room A.. SlM' i S. Broadway, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. 30 WANTED—TO BORROW WANTED TO BORROW-I CAN LEND your money from 2 to 10 per cent a month. NEWLYN. 231 Byrne buld. tf WASTED—TO RENT WANTED — FOR THE WINTER, FOUR rooms furnished suitable for light house keeper, or a 4-room furnished cottage: state- price. Address E., box 105, Her ald. 80 WANTED— MISCELLA NEOUS WANTED—LIVKK COLORED COCKER spaniel male dog, 8 or 9 months old, in good condition: the Cocker spaniel dogs are not water spaniel; please don't ans wer if you are not sure your dog is a Cocker spaniel, as I am in need of such a dog anil no time to lose: state price an i where your dog can be seen. Address .f., ho*. C 5. Herald. 31 WANTED — FURNISHED HOUSE IN good locality by responsible ludy who de sires to keep a few select boarders: S rooms or more: will hoard owner If de sired. Address J., box 55. Herald. 2:i WANTED—TO PURCHASE A GOOD •"; box buggy ;mttst be in lirst-class order and not patent wheels; state quality, make and price to E.. box 103. Herald, tf WANTED—A WAGON SUITABLE foil use as a rostrum for public speaking: about one hour each evening, three times week. Address Q. V., box 907 Herald. 2:. WANTED—FOR CASH. HOUSEHOLD goods of every description at th'- SUN SET FURNITURE EXCHANGE, E . S. Main st. 30 FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK I^OIT'&ALE—BIG AUCTION; GOLDEN Gate stables. Allso St., Saturday, Aug. 29th. 1890, commencing at 10 a.m. 30 head or more of fine horses just arrived from Hanford, California, consisting of line driving and work horses. One pair of Al 2400-lb. youiiß mules, one flne3-minute or less standard bre-d trotting mare 5 years old. kind, gentle, sire has record 2:15. dam 2:19. Now is your time to buy stock: positively no by-bidding, bul every animal sold for just wbai it will bring and guaranteed as represented: private sales marie before: balance se,l.' day of auction: taken for mortrrne. debt and must he sold. JOE D. BIDDLE. lm FOR SALE—CHEAP: CO \ V FIVE YEARS old, % Jersey: calf by her side. :i weeks old. HOWARD SUMMIT GROCERY. " FOR SALE—GOOD YOUNG ll(iltSE~ cart and harness, $2.,; cull afternoons. 320 N. Broadway. 30 BEN WHITE SELLS AND ' CHANGES property everywhere: rend his ads in other columns of this paper, 31 FOR SALE—FRESH COW, CHEAP. THOMAS TWEEDY, Florence. 30 FOR SALE—FRESH COW. Ui S. Olive St. 22 _ PLUMBING*"~BtJSINESS. OLD ESTAB llshed. clearing over $150 per month net profit; sure bona fide business; price $2000; apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. LODGING HOUSE LODGING HOUSE Lodging house 30 rooms, every room occupied; well located: price $2500. BEN WHfTE, 221 W. First st. lodging house of 9 rooms, rent only $20; price $200. BEN WRITE, 221 W. First St. Lodging house 12 rooms on Fourth st., nicely furnished: $575. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. Lodging house. Temple St.. 12 rooms, handsome: price $S5O. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. Lodging house of 10 rooms. Sixth St.. price $700. Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. Lodging house, S. Hill st., 23 rooms, positive bargain: price $1200. BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. Lodging house. 47 rooms, first-class: $551X1: will take part real estate. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. Lodging house 30 rooms. Hill St., $ISOO. BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. Lodging house 10 rooms. Grand nve.. handsome: price $2000. BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. 31 MANUFACTURING BUSINESS-PART ner wanted to attend in store, put up or ders, etc.: location principal street; owner is a thorough, reliable man and can give undoubted reference: here Is an excep tional chance to get interest In a light pleasant, legitimate manufacturing busi ness: price for Va interest $1000. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. $450—MEAT MARKET ON PRINCIPAL St.. close In. does a big business :'sure to pay, no risk, horse.wagon.everything In cluded and equipped in first class shape: if you want a butcher shop see this: price for all only $450. Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 31 LODGING HOUSE OF 17 ROOMS AND bath: handsome new furniture': cost $1000 to furnish this; owner will sell for $600; long lease: every room sunny and pleas ant: owner away from city and Is tired of depending on .hired help: only $000 for this handsome house. See It today. BEN WHITE, ttl W. First st. 31 FOR SALE — THE RETAIL PART OF our tea business. 413 S. Spring st., as we are going into wholesale exclusively; will sell to a cash bii'-er at a graet bargain If taken immediately. This Is a chance of a thousand to secure a good cash busi ness that ls now well established. Par ticulars at store. 30 FOR SALE—STOCK OF GOODS. STORE room witli dwelling combined, one acre of land and wagon and team. In Antelope valley, to trade for good, well located, lodging hou.-v in the cltv. For particu lars address C. L. REAVES, Llano, Lot Angeles county, Cal. 30 LODGING HOUSE OF 24 ROOMS ON Spring at; all on one floor; price $2000: this house always pays over $125 per month profit: will trade for city property. BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. 31 51250 —SALOON AT PRINCIPAL BEACH, tloing a big business: low rent: well locat ed : pes l live bargain: price only 51250.8 EN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 21 (550 -GROCERY. HARDWARE. ETC. well located, good horse, wagon, etc., low rent: value in stock: positive bar gain. BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. $1000—BAKERY WITH NICE PORTABLE oven. In 1 hrlvlng city, near Los Angeles: no opposition; disagreement of partners cause of selling. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS SEE I. D. BARNARD. 117 - S. Broadway. Beginning with September business will show « marked improvement. Better start the ball rolling with an ad. in next Sunday's big edition of The Herald. $600—PARTNER WANTED TO ASSIST in a good paving law office: need not be a lawyer: good opening. Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. FOR~SALE—S49S WILE BUT A GROCERY store, borse. wagon and fixtures included: will discount 10 per cent of wholesale urice on atonic Apply Saturday and Monday, 817 Kohler st. 21 FOR SAI ,E—GENERAL MERCHANDIBB store located t miles from city; good lo callty; will sell at a sacrifice. 8., box 73, Herald. 29 FOR SAL B—MANU FACT!' RING BUS I - less wi:h unlimited possibilities. SLAY- ToN WALKER, 139 Penrose St.. Rtver alde, Cal. «»__ FOR SALE—A HALF INTEREST IN pood paying business for $30. Apply at 123 s. Broadway. JO GO TO HEN WHITE. 221 W. FIRST ST.: sells and exchanges property every where. 31 FOR SALE — CHEAP; A BILLIARD room and cigar stand; A No. 1 location. Inquire at 120 N. Main st. 31 FOR SALE A POULTRY MARKET Do ing good business, or will take, a partner. Address 118 E. Fifth St. 29-tf FOR SALE — CITY NEWSPAPER routes. Apply C. G. SPRENG, Herald business oliice. tf ■025—CIGAR STORE. PRINCIPAL ST., will trade for lot. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 31 (16ft—CIGAR AND NEWS STAND. BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. 31 A TTORSE YS-A T-LA \\ Zach Montgomery. James P. Montgomery. MONTGOMERY & SON., Attorneys at Law, 620 and 527, Billiard block, Los Angeles, Cal. «-7_ LUCIEN BARLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, offices, Bollard building, entrance room 420; telephone Black Hl3. 7-24-27 SEE. LAWYER 11. 11. 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 Counseilor-at-law, rooms 408-409-410, Cur rier building: telephone 1120. 6-20 CHARLES O. MORGAN. ATTORNEY uiiu counselor at law. Room 11, 206 is S. Broadway. 10-2_ W. H. SHINN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 205 -20S Wilson blk., .Spring st. TAILORS N ELL"&"l IARTER? ~f made to otiler; cleaning, dyeing and re pairing a specially. 210 W. First street. Hotel Nadcall block. 6-24-97 SPECIALISTS DR. R. G. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC Op tician, with the Los Angeles Optical In stitute; eyes examined free. 125 8. Spring street. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR BALE-SOME 'oollDß AROAINS IN Becond-hand organs; good makes. KOH LER & CHASE, 233 g. Spring at. U FOR RENT—SI 4, WATER FREE. NEW house, 6 rooms, bath, water closet, sink, closets.pantry;very nice and complete; 924 Towne aye. JIB, water free, G rooms, bath, barn, 788 San Jose st., near corner Eighth and Central aye. $12, water free, 793, also 779. Merchant st. $20. watar free, extra tine new house. 6 large rooms, bath barn, 779. also 7SI, Kohler st. $25, water free.No. 119 W. Twcnty-tlfth st., 7 rooms, bath barn. $25, 8 rooms, bath. barn. 1921 Park Orove aye. T. WIL'SENDANGER, 227 W. Second st. tf FOR RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE In town lor mattings, linoleums and wln rioiv shades; carpets cleaned and laid. TIIE MATTING MART.SO 4 S. Broadway. 11-21 FOR RENT—NEW AND ATTRACTIVE 5-room cottage, bath, etc., finished in white pine; very near Downey aye. elec tric cars; rent $15 In advance. Apply Owner, room 605 Bullard blk. SO 1. 3 OR 4 LARGE ROOMS FOR RENT very cheap: all Just newly renovated. Ap ply at 80s! a Temple St., or BEN WHITE, BU w. First st. 31 FOR RENT—2 ROOMS AND LARGE yard, suitable for coal and wood business; rent only $4 per month. BEN WHITE, 221 j W. First st. 31 I FOR RENT—S-ROOM COTTAGE, MOD- J erti improvements, $15 with water. 1214 Union aye. Inquire at Eaglo Grocery. cor. Twelfth and Union aye. 31 FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSiE. S rooms, bath, etc. 411 S. Bonnie Brae; line view of Westlake park and ocean; call before 12. 29 FOR RENT—A 5-ROOM MODERN FLAT, first floor, cement cellar, stable, close In. Inquire 119 S. Flower. 9-3 FOR RENT—IO-ROOM HOUSE. APPLY at 802 W. Seventh st., or R. B. YOUNG, architect, 435 S. Broadway. 29 FOR RENT—3 PARTLY FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping, with gas, cheap. 1603 W. First St. 30 i FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, 1238 I Victoria st. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S. Broadway. tf FOR RENT—HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS AND bath. 658 Wall St. 4-room flat and bath.3o FOR RENT—HOUSE 7 ROOMS AND bath. Apply 707 W. Sixth St. 31 FOR RENT-$10;4-ROOM FLAT.4IS WOLF i skill aye. 29 FOR RENT—FURNISH BlN gle on en suite.; room, $1.50 per week and up: beds, 25c and up: bath free. RUSS HOUSE, corner First and Los Angeles st s. 9-11 _ FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA. 321 E. Second St.: furnished rooms. Sl.oj per week up; lodging 25c, 3ic and 50c per night. 10-1-if _ FOR RUNT—2 NICE FRONT R00M5.51.75 per week; also good rooms, $1 to $1.50 per week and 25 cents per night. 619 S. Spring St. 9j15 FOR RENT-NICE LIGHT PLEASANT rooms, very cheap, suitable for house keeping. Apply at 229'- E. Fourth St.. or to BEN WHITE. 31 FOR RENT—FURNISHED OR UNFUR nished rooms, single or en suite; house keeping if desired. 141 N. Olive st. 9-4 FOR RENT—3 ROOMS' COMPLETELY furnished for housekeeping. 930 S. Flow er st. it FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. 75c to $1 per week. WHEELER HOUSE, near new Santa Fe depot. 31_ 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 at The Nashville, 236 Winston s'.. IU; blocks froinJP._o. tf_ FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping, with piano. 020 S. Broadway. 5-L-tt' FOR RENT-NEATLY FURNISHED RED room; $3.00 per month. 829 Montreal st. 9-j FOR RENT—AT THE RIVERSIDE. S. Broadway, nice front rooms, $2.50 to $3 per week. 31 FOR RENT—NICELY' ~ FU RN't Sll 1-. i > front room. bath. etc.. cheap. 415 W. Twenty-second St., or 225 Byrne bldg. 29 FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FUR. nlshed rooms; $1.50 to $2. NITTINGER'S. 451 S. Hope. tf FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping. 221', a W. Seventh St. tf FOR RENT—STORES FoiT3fFr>rr^TO lty, 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 RENT— PART OF STORE. WITH fine show window, on roadway; excel lent location for jeweler. Inquire at 506 S. Broadway. tf FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS ncr hall: every llrst and third Friday of each month. Inquire of janitor. 14tf WANTED—TO RENT A SMALL RANCH with 6-roomed house. Answer H., box 75. Herald, 29 PERSONAL PERSONAL—A GENTLEMAN OF 33, , with good character and means, wishes to correspond with a respi ctable lady of good appearance from 25 to 35 years old; one with means preferred; object mat rimony. Address P., box 15, Herald. 9-2 PERSONAL — AMERICAN LADY 50 years old would like to meet gentleman of a good home who wants a good house keeper or wants to gel married. lam in need of a good horn". Apply for one week, 1., box 75. Herald. 20 PERSONAL—HOPE FOR THE BALD; 30 days' t#'utrne.nt free; no hair, no pay: no money In advance. See Sommcr ville, Hair Specialist, S. Spring St., office 6. 30 PERSONAL —A GERMAN, 40 YEARS old. with good character, likes a German lady partner between 25 and 40 years old, to run a saloon und restaurant: must have some money. X., box 75, Herald. 30 PERSONAL — ARTISTIC MILLINERY; ladies having new or obi trimmings can have hais made or trimmed to the face at their home or my parlors, 731 S. Hill st.; satisfaction guaranteed. 9-15 PERSONAL — GENTLEMEN'S FINE fancy und( rwear made to order by a com petent lady. 517 S. Broadway, room 31 and 32, second door. 31 PERSONAL — EXPERIENCED PARTY can put ladies and gents in the way of marrying rich from $6000 to $1,000,000. Ad dress S., box 85, Herald. 31 PERSONAL-SUPERFLUOUS HAIR RE moved permanently without pain and iniurv to the skin. THE DEPILATORY CO., "parlors 307 Currier blk. 31 PERSONAL—MADAME VONSEIB, SPE clallst. 740 8. Spring st.; massage, hot salt ami electric baths: cures rheumatism and builds up the nervous system. 29 ' PERSONAL — GENTLEMEN'S MEND ing done neatly and promptly by a com petent lady. Room 11.617 S. Broadway. 31 FOR EXCHANGE—A 31-ROoTw HOUBE, lot 40x110, cloae In, rented for $55 per mo ; for 16O00; for email ranch or house: 9 room house close In,, between Seventh and Eighth streets, worth $2500. lncum brancellOOO; will exchange, etc.. $1500 for small house or ranch. Some rood ranches for city; a9-room house for alfalfa ranch; $3500. EDWARD ERASER, 216 S. Broad way. 31 NINE ACRES NICE RICH SOIL, OF best quality ln city on Downey road. 4 miles from this office, B-room farm house, large barn, fenced, etc., 6 acres alfalfa, balanco In-corn; price $3500; this is a good ranch, right In city, plenty water, close In, first class soil; what more do you want; will exchange for city property. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. First Bt. FOR EXCHANGE—INCOME REAL Es tate; gold and silver mine, Prescott, Ar izona: Ideal home for consumptive; cer tain cure; want business ranch, rent of city or country home, or city property; will assume. E. E. SQUIRES, 225 Byrne bldg. 29-30-31 FOR EXCHANGE—FOR CITY PROP erty. a tine farm in Montana. 320 acres. Improved, gilt edge water right, 275 inches never failing water, "-room house, barn, etc.; will consider any good proposition that will bear Investigation. DUNI.OP & SCHMIDT, 417 Byrne bldg. 31 NORTH ONTARIO, 10 ACRES OF FIRST class land, abundance of water piped over the land, large barn and house, all set to navel oranges. Eureka lemons; Ibis ls a handsome pblee; prlee •5000: cash or trade for city property. Apply BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. 800 ACRE GRAIN RANCH IN RlVER side to exchange; want other property, town or city property, or will rent for ono or a term of years at a low rent: this is a No. 1 grain ranch: 500 first class till able soil. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. First ■t. FOR EXCHANGE—SO HEAD FINE Clydesdale horses; want two to ten acres near city, worth $1000 to $1500: if worth more would assume' small amount. DR. W.M.JOHNSON, cor. Pico and Pearl sts.. Eos Angeles. 28-30 FOR EXCHANGE—A NO. 1 RESIDENCE property in Kansas City, Mo.; will lake Improved or unimproved property ln Lot Angeles. Address JNO. P. COYNE. Herald. ,23-tf FOR EXCHANGE—FINE 100 ACRES OF land all clear of Incumbrance, for a lodg ing house in good location, or will take a stock of groceries or merchandise. Ad dress V.. box 25. Herald. 30 FOR EXCHANGE-DESIRABLE LOT ON electric car line, Garvansa, for good team and wagon, or horse and carriage: must be Al. A. YARN ELL, Varnondale P. O. 31 $7500-22-ROOM BUILDING. LARGE LOT vicinity Fifth and Wall: rents at $60 per month; mortgage $2500; want acreage or other cilv property. BEN WHITE, 2'Jl W. First st. 31 FOUR LOTS ON TEMPLE ST., WITH 2 nice, modern 4-room cottages, modern, to trade for ranch near cltv or vacant lots price $4000. BEN WHITE. 221 W. First at. BEN WHITE HAS OVER 1000 RANCHES for sale ami exchange; over 2<>o houses and lots, vacant lots, etc.; great bar gains. Office. 221 W. First St. 31 FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. LARGE LOT. Pico Heights, for ranch near Los Anci lrs; valuo $1503. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. SIX-ROOM HOUSE. LOTsoxl«o.i:NlVEß stty; price $1600; mortgages7oo; want acre age: will take Antelope valley land. BEN WHITE. £21 W. First St. FOR EXCHANGE—CHICKENS FOR A good horse. Address G., hox 04, South Los Angeles P. O. M FOR EXCHANGE—FOR CITY PROI'ER tv. 10 acres near Santa Monica. DUN LOP & SCHMIDT. 417 Byrne bids. .'ll FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD RESIDENCE property iti growing towns In Montana. PUNl.or & SCHMIDT, 417 Byrne bldg.Sl FOR EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS FOR EXCHANGE—FINE NEW Up right piano, for horse, lkurness and busi ness buggy: must be Al turnout. Ad dress 8.. box SO, HeraldofP.ee. tf FOR EXCHANGE—SLIGHTLY USED upright grand piano for horse board. Ad dress C, box 70. Herald office. tf FOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE; GOOD Ex tension top carriage in line condition. V... box 105 Herald. 22-tf MASSAGE ANDJZL ECTRICITY FEW DISEASES ATTACK YOU ALONE; they are complicated or intermingled wit h others. To help etliciently medical knowl edge alone does not suffice; yt* must pos sess the knack of grasping. the exact con dition of your system and also unlimited varied experience. Try electricity antl Swedish massage. MRS. DR. MAYER, 511 Ceres aye., opp. Arcade depot. 5-tf PERSONAL—NEW PROCESS-IRREGP larltles, from whatever cause, cured without medicine, instruments or pain; sure cure; lady specialist: $1 treatment: only safe and reliable cure. Sl'J Grand aye. 12-12 MRS. M. PORTER. PROFESSIONAL nurse, gives hot salt thermal vapor baths and scientific massage; cures rheuma tism and all impurities of the blood. Par lots 20-21, rirtle block, cor. Fourth and Broadway. 11-3 GENUINE BATHS AND MASSAGE treatment by experienced German nurse; chiropody work a specially. MllS. LES SEE. 445.. S. Spring St.; hours 10 a.m. lo G p.m.; select patronage only. 9-26 EDITH ANWAY. FORMERLY OF Bos ton, gives genuine alcohol rubbings that are healthful and refreshing; no rivals. 223 S. Main st.. room 3. 11-15 AN EASTERN LADY GIVES MASSAGE and alcohol balhs at her home. Address E., box 101, Herald. 29 A YOUNG LADY DESIRES TO MEND gi-uts' clothing. Room 15, 120 N. Main st. 1 PEARL CAMERON, 369 N. MAIN, ROOM 1, gives electric treatments. 30 MILLIE BACH. ROOM 9, RUSS HOUSE. N. E. cor. First and Los Angeles sts. 31 WINNIE BELL, ROOM 2, 317 COMMER ciaI st. 9-24 GRACE ROBINSON. NEW HELLMAN, No. 120 N. Main St., room 3; massage. 31 FLORENCE GREY, NEW HELLMAN, No. 120 N. Main, room 18; massage. 31 SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL baths. 44:1*4 S- Spring St., parlors 1-2. 11-20 CHICARI, JUST FROM THE ORIENT, and pronounced by all the crowned heads of Europe- as the greatest living palmist: bus the original Hindoo crystal for ex amining hands, which proves beyond a doubt that the hand 14 indeed the book of life, as It reveals your whole life, past, present and future without mistake; gives valuable advice on all matters. Parlors, 718 Temple st. 1-15-97 "KNOW THYSELF," A SUCCESS GUAR anteed; failure unknown; S. Frances Orandall gives the most correct palmistry reading of your life nnd character of any palmist ln the city; reveals past, present and future events; these readings are given verbal!'.' and In charts, with all the candor and faithfulness of confidential communication. No. 355% 8- Spring St., 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 31 PERSONAL - PALMISTRY; 1 HAND read free; every hidden mystery revealed; life read from cradle to grave without a mistake; 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. 111% W. Third '' g , MUSICAL BARGAIN IN' A'"SLIGHTLY USED Stelnway upright piano. Address X., box 100, Herald office. FOR SALE—HANDSOME UPRIGHT Grand Baus piano at a great sacrifice. Room No. 31, The Savoy, Fourth and Hill sts. Call mornings. tf PLUMBERS FR AN and gasfltter. 240 E. Second st. Tel 126. nNAMCJAL nr . UNION LOAN CO., . , Stlmson Block „_, , Loans money on all kinds of co lateral 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; rooms 111. CLARK K. SHAW, Manager, rooms HI and 112, first floor, Sllmson block, tt . ac l * , — PACIFIC LOAN CO.-LOANS IN ANY amount on all kinds of collateral secur ity, diamonds, jewelry and sea. skins: also on pianos, furniture and household goods ln private lodging and boarding houses and hotels, without removal; partial payments rncelved. Money quick; business confidential; private office for ladles. W. B. DEtIROOT. Manager, rooms 3 and 4, 114 S. Spring Bt. L. B. COHN, . , The Los Angeles pawnbroker, 146 N. Main street, loans money on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, Un arms, pianos, li braries and all olbcrcollatcral securities; also sells unredeemed pledges for money loaned and one month's Interest added; make no mistake, it U the reliable. L. B. COHN, the Los Angeles pawnbroker. MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, pianos, safes, lodging houses, hotels and private household furniture; low Interest, money quick: prlvute office for ladies. G. M. JONES, rooms 14 and 15. 242' i S. Broad way, next city hull. 6-30 97 NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNED Who we are, What we uro. And where we are. Have you discovered the cheapest place to get money on all good personal and collateral securities, 229 BYRNE BLDG. tf MONEY TO LOAN— M. F. O DBA, 8-16-1f 227 W. Second St. POINDEXTER & WADSWORTII.BROK ers.rooms 808-110 Wilcox bldg.,buy ami s«'l stocks, mortgages, bonds ami any good securlles; if you wish to lend or borrow or invest m real estate call on us; col lections mads and property managed for non-residents, 2S-tf MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE, watches, diamonds, pianos, sealskins, anil live stock; interest reasonable: prl vute olllce for ladles: business confiden tial. CHARLES C. LAMB. 226 S. Spring St.. entrance room 67. 8-21-tf MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, watt lies. Jewelry, pianos, livestock, ear ring* s. bicycles, all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS, 402 S. Spring si. K--1 IF YOU NEED MONEY. THE SYNDl cate Loan Co. can help you out. They loan on collateral security. 13S'j S. Spring St., rooms 13 und 11. GEO. L. MILL 3. manager. St TO LOAN —A BARREL OF MONEY ON diamonds, pianos, furniture and ail lirst class securities; business eonlbleutlul. CREABINGER, 247 S. Broadway, rooms 1 and 2. r,-29-tf WANTED— $400, $800, $1250 AND $1000 ON fust-class securities, with big margins. See W. J. BRYANT, agent, 204' i S. Broad way, room 21". 31 TO LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT at reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. ROS BYSIIELL. 107 S. Broadway 10-13tf TO LOAN -UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR small Ic.nns: no commission: light ex p. nsc. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO.. 223 S. Spring st. PRIVATE LOANS ON DIAMONDS, watches, Jewelry, furniture: everything confidential. Address P. O. box 367. 31 TO LOAN—SSOOO, ONE TO FIVE YEARS, on Hrat-Class income property. E. G. SMITH CO.. 101 S. Broadway. tf M< >NEY TO LOAN—LOWEST RATES ON real estate, personal noles pr security. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 229 W. Fh-st. TO LOAN-SIOOO TO $10,000 ON REAL Es tate security. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S. Broadway. 6-7-lf COLLATERAL LOANS BY PRIVATE parly. H. O. box 17.1. 9-2 MEDIUMS M RsfWALKKU, OLA IK VO YANT AND life business rer.dlng medium, is meeting wilh wonderful success. She invites tho most skeptical to provo her power. Ail business affulrs of life looked Into for tho advancement of your future. Gives read ings dally from 9 a. m. to S p. m. 31KW P. Spring st. 9-17 MRS. PARKER. PALMIST, CLAIRVOY ant and medium; life reading business, removals, law suits, mineral locutions, love affairs, etc. Ta.ke Third st. electric car to Vermont aye. anil Vine st. Sec ond house on Vine st. west of Vermont aye. 12-30 RETURNED — LEONORA D'ESTE — A medium for truth and justice: ihe great est card reader of the age. anil tells your future: charges reasonable. Parlors 17 and 18, San J v'lan, cor. Fifth and Fan Julian. 31 DR. J. M. TEMPLE OF SAN FRANCISCO, the celebrated business and test medium. Sittings 21. daily. Test seance Monday and Friday at 8 p.m. Price 25 cents. Par lors 111-112, 444'j S. Spring st., Portland hotel. 81 MRS. STANLEY, CELEBRATED CLAlR voyant, reads your entire past, present and future. Satisfaction or no pay. La dies only, 50c. 423 8. Broadway, room 14, MRS. E. 7.. BARNETT, THE MEDIUM, has returned und is permanently located at 527 S. Main st.: sittings dally: cir.cles Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 29 ELIZABETH HURLP.UT, PSYCHOME trist. mintal and magnetic Healer and teacher of practical occult science. 314 S. Hill St., rooms 50-52 (upper floor). 11-21 MME. GRACE. CELEBRATED CARD reader; fells past, present and future Ladles, 50 cents. Parlors 24 and 25. 5:0 Maple aye. 9-30 AGNES H. PLEABANCE. TRANCE ME dlum, has returned lo the city; sittings daily: hours, 10 to 5. 44-1% S. Spring 51.19-tf "READ TIIE GREAT OFFERS—BEN ■WHITE'S ad. In exchange column. 31 FOR SALE^^ISCELLANEOUS FOB SALE — LEWIS & ALDERSON have removed to 429 8. Spring at. When you want to buy furniture or sell fur niture or exchange your old furni ture for new you'll get the best bargains and satisfaction always at LEWIS & ALDERBON'S, 429 S. Spring st. tf FOR SALE - WANTED TO SELL A heavy steam well drilling plant complete ot y, prlee. Inquire C. F. MILLER. 004 Turner st. 9-1 FOR BALE—AT AUCTION FOR CASH, a 5-room cottage-, barn, fences, etc., to bo removed after sale, on the premises 601 E. Pico .st., Thursday, Sepi. 3,10 a.m. 9-3 FOR SALE-A HIGH GRADE BICYCLE in Al condition al. a bargain. Inquire, H. G. MILLER, room 0, court house, tf PHYSICIANS ALL' FEMALE COMPLAINTS ANDHN regularities skillfully treated by Im proved scientific methods that never fall satisfaction guaranteed; 20 years' sue , eessful practice; udulce free and strictly confidential. DR. and MRS. REEVES, 740 S. Spring st. 9-7 DR. CHAS. G. REUM. NO. 218% 8. OLIVE St.; throat, chest and allied diseases: lata assistant ln the Philadelphia polyclinic, the Rush Hospital, for consumption and allied diseases; consultation hours, 10-12 a.m., 2-4 p.m. 9-12 READ BEN WHITE'S GREAT OFFERS In exchange aud real estate columns. 31 STORAGE AND COMMISsToK FOR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTI-" ties to suit, at this office. PATENTS, COPYRIOHTS, ETC. free book on patents. 424 Byrne bldg ' 9-21-6 HOUSE-M O VINO A F. SLOPER, HOUSE FICE. 113 N. Broadway.