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£ Tha Herald Is tha only Lo« 441*4 m newspaper which haa mimtod every day during the past light months a aworn statement hi Its circulation since December tt, 1894. Sworn Statement of Circulation H. S. Smith, Business Manager of the Los Angeles Herald, first duly sworn, de pases and says: That the average daily Circulation of the said newspaper for the ■nt fifteen days In September, 1896, was •0,605, and for the last fifteen days in Stptember was as follows: September 16 10,575 17 10,600 18 10,620 19 10,680 80 18.080—Sunday 91 10,760 89 10,780 88.. 10,790 Semtember 84 10,810 " 80.... ...10,885 - 96 10,840 ■ 97 96.50 C—Sunday 98.. 10,865 - 99 10,876 " 30 .10,880 Daily Average 11,824 Aad that the actual daily average of tote or sample copies during the month •f September, 1896, was 109. Also, that the average daily circulation of the said newspaper for 1895 was 6784 copies; for the month of January. 1896, 7347; for February, 8021; for March, 8152; for April, 8356; for M.iy, 8408; lor June, $435; for July, 0298; for August, 10,230. H. S. SMITH. Subscribed and sworn 10 before me this aotb day of September, 1896. W. B. SCARBOROUGH, Notary Public in and for Los Angeles County, State of California. The circulation ot The Herald in Southern California and Arizona is larger than that of any other news paper published. SPECIAL /W/C£S___ FOLLOWING IS a'liST OF THE CHl£ dren who have been admitted Into the Los Angeles Orphan Asylum, Boyle Heights, since the last publication: Half orphans—Clarlnda Ramelll 11 years, Josephine Rnmelli 9, Flora Simpkins 13, Fannie Simpkins 9, Adeia Corona 11, Be atrice White 7, Rosalinda Sepulveda 3. Isabel Sepulveda 4, Ignacia Botetller 8, Delia Seppi 9. Clara Seppi 5, Ethel Seppi 11, Amelia Royers 11, Emma Erhart v, Cecelia Connolly 8, Epifania Valenzuela 12, Edith Davoust 9, Annie Groff 2. Ge nevieve Gondran 12.1 da Gondran lO.Assun cion Valdez 13, Hortensia Cruz 11, Sole dad Cruz 9, Clementine Chevallier, 6. Mabel Thompson 8. Annie Byers 7, HatMe Prucha 10, Helen Prucha 2. Bessie Lugo 12, Emma Foxlay 5, Ellen Byrnes 12, Margaret Byrnes 10. Annie Byrnes 6, Etta Byrnes 5. Virginia Ramirez 2, Guad aloupe Corona 6. Whole orphans—Santi na Dellabella 7, Inez Howell 13, Nella Howell 11, Lizzie Daulsberg in. SISTER CECILIA. October 2, 1896. 23 SEALED BIDS FOR THE POOLING, auction and Paris mutual*, booamaking, restaurant, grandstand. bar, and all other privileges :it Agricultural park during the race meeting, October 12 to 17th, 1596, will be received by the under signed up to 12 oclock noon, Thursday, October Ist, 1896. A certified check for 25 per cent of the amount of the bid must accompany the same. Right reserved to reject any or all bids. For further Information see M. F. BROWN. Secretary. 127 N. Main at. Oct. 1-96 i»i;6INE~6S~74EWSPAPER--THE DAU.T Journal; a business newspaper; punish ing all the county official records, real estate transfers, mortgages and hens, building news, contract work, tlnnaclal ' news, and all news relating to tho re sources and development of Southern California and the great territory of the southwest. One dollar per month, or in advance tlO per year. 227 >/. First at.. Lee Angel—. Cat «-l tf NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITI Water Co. Kill strictly enforce the fol lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of 6 and 8 oolock a. m. and 6 and 8 oclock p. m. For a vio lation of the above regulations the water will be shut oft and a fine of 22 will be charged before the water will he turned on again. >0-M THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OF THE Los Angeles Orphan Asylum wish to as certain tlie whereabouts of the parents of Dominga Montana, 5 years old: and of Victoria Quintero. 4 years, who have been one year inmates of the asylum; August 23, IS9O. SISTER CECILIA,BovIe Heights. _ IS GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHES" CLEANED, dyed and renovated by a new process which does not shrink or put the clothes out of shape; all work guaranteed. BOS TON STEAM DYE WORKS, 256 Now High st. Te | epnone M a | n 464, tf IF YOU WANT A BUILDING LOT within walking distance on Central aye. electric car line, at reasonable price and upon easy terms, send for map and price list of the Alexandre Weill tract or call for particulars' on RICHARD ALT SCHUL. sole agent. 408 S. Broadway, tf WANTED—A FEW MORE PERSONS TO loin us on a week's Measure trip to St. Nicholas island after Indian relics, shells, etc.- will start either from San Pedro or Avalon: for particulars address H. MEYER. Avalon. Catalina Island. 1C THE INVESTOR—OTA." DOBINSON. HI." Itor. Published Thursdays. Devoted to : the financial Interests of Southern Cali fornia. $3.00 per annum. On sale at principal news stands. Offico 4 Bryson block. Lob Angeles. tf_ COCOPAH~TRIBE, NO. 81, IMPROVED O. R. M.. meets every Thursday nigh>. at 8 oclock at 115% N. Main st.: all Red Men in good standing will Im- cordially received. W. W. WOOD, sachem. Th-tf WANTED—TO CARE FOR A BABY OR small child by competent lady; a mother's care given; good references. Apply to day and Monday at 629 K. Los Angeles St., room 118. 1 1 WATCHES CLEANED. 60c; MAIN springs. 60c; hand and crystal. 10c; work warranted one year; good reference fur nished. CUSTAVE REICBGOTT. 231 W. First st. 10-17 HISS A. PUERTA WILL TEACH THE Spanish and French language for $2 a month; graduate from the Spanish ac.id edy. City of Mexico. 633 E. Third st. 11-5 ROBERT PHILIPS. MISSING FROM lodging house at No. 112% N. Main st. If readers of Herald know his whereabouts will please report toJ*. P. BOWEN. 15 IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL REAL estate In this city or loan or borrow money on mortgage, call on RICHARD ALTSCHUL, 408 S. Broadway. tf WALL PAPER, 3C; 48 FEET BORDER, lbe: Ingrains. Be. border, 50c per roll. WALTER, 218 W. Sixth. 10-18 CARPET WEAVING DONE CHEAP; best kind of warp used. 449 Towne aye., ln rear. 10-22 . DENTIN is' PARLORS. 23»% S. Spring st.; painless extracting and filling, plate (6. $8, $10; all work guaran teed; established 10 years; hours, 8-5; Sun days. 10-12. DnT'D. R. WILDER, COR. SEVENTH and Main sts.. devotes especial attention to correcting Irregularities of the teeth, tf FRANK STEVENS, 824% S. SPRING ST., open days and evenings; also Sundays; electric Jlgbt. DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST. 108% & Spring street, rooms 2, 6 and 7; painless , extraction. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES LUDWIQ & MATTHEWS, WHOLESALE and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT MARKET. 135 S. Main St.. Tel 550. tf STWAGE AND COMMISSION FOR^ALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTL Ues to suit, at this office. HELP HUMMEL BROS & CO.. . _ • * EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. California Bank building. 300-302 W. Second street. In basement. Telephone s*. A strictly first-class, reliable agency. All kinds of help promptly furnished. Your orders solicited. Office open from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., except Sundays. MEN'S DEPARTMENT. General blacksmith and horse shoer for country shop. $2 to $2.50 per day: two ex perienced pruners, $1, etc.. per day: plumber, job work; young man for office work and soliciting. BOTEL DEPARTMENT. All around cook. $30. etc., per month. Hotel and restaurant help please cal! and register. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT. House girl, family of four, city, $25; house prlrl. Ventura, $20; house girl, Elev enth! St., $20, etc. HOTEL DEPARTMENT—FEMALE Waitress, small hotel, $15, first month. HUMMEL BROS. & CO. WANTED-INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE men: 15 times. 15 per cent:no reserve held. Room 8, German American Bank build ing. 30-19 WANTED—YCUR PATRONAGE. RELl able help furnished promptly. REID'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 125 W. First st. tt WANTED—HELP FREE AND SlTUA linns. 31314 S. Broadway. E. NITTIN QER. tf HELP FEMALE WANTED - EMPLOYMENT ' AGENCY; all those seeking desirable help or em ployment will lind it to their interest to call on MRS. A. G. ADAMS, 145 N. Spring st., room 5. 18 WANTED—A WOMAN TO DO PASTRY work; a cash Bin; surplies of all kind* for new Idea Lunch counter; 210 E. Sec ond st. 15 WANTED—A LADY TO JOIN ME IN renting lodging house. Address one week. K. X.. box 40. Herald. 17 SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE WANTED - PRACTICAL CHIMNEY sweeper. F. B. FROVA. 526 Macy st. 10-22 SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE WANTED—DRESSMAKING SOLICIT ed; satisfaction guaranteed; Delamorton system taught, cuts perfect with or with out seams; lessons actually free: bring goods, cut, make your dresses with us; ladles wanting; work or wishing work done please call; agents wanted. 313 V. S. Spring. 10-30^ WANTED—AGENTS wantTbik-a' reliable lady" or gentleman to distribute samples and make a house-to-house canvuss for our Vegetable Toilet Soaps, Pure Flavoring Extracts and Wild Cherry Phosphate; $75 a month easily made. Address & REED, Chicago. 111. 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—AGENTS. LADIES OR GEM tiemen, to canvass; salary $40 month guaranteed. Address W. T. PAGE. Santa Fe Springs. Cal. 11-8 WANTED—LADY SOLICITOR FOR shirts to order. 320 S. Main St..room 2. 17 MISCELLANEOUS^ OLD GOLD, SILVER, WATCHES.'JEW eIry, etc, bought for cash and at high est market pr;ces. E. ATLEE 206% S. Broadway, room S. IS WANTED—INSTRUCTION IN THE French language; state terms. Address L. A., box 60, Herald. 16 WANTED—ANALYTICAL SCALES AND large microscope. J. R.. box 10, i aid. IS_ PARTNER WANTED IN A NICE t;Oß neri saloon and S3-room hotel, tirst class place: owner prefers partner to hired help: price for X is $300(1; only $1000 cash, required, balance as you make it out of the business: rarfc chance. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 17 PARTNER—GENTLEMAN. WITH EUSl ness ability would invest small amount with services In small established busi ness where help is needed. Address F. X., box 50. Herald. 30 WANTED—TO BORROW WANTED TOTbORROW—I CAN*LEND your money from 2 to 10 per cent a month. NEWLYN. 231 Byrne buld. tf -REAL ESTATE WANTED—LIST' YOUR' PROPERTY with M. F. ODEA & CO., 227 W. Second st. 6-tf TO I^ENT—HOUS^S^ WANTED—TO RENT. SMALL FUR ■ nlshed house, southwestern section of city. Address, stating price, location and number rooms. L, ('.. box 10. Herald 18 PHYSICIANS ONeTSIScTRIC BATH 50 CENTS, QlV en by Mrs. E. C. Pause, M. D., homeo path; electric baths, $1: otlii c hours, 10 to 11 a.m.; 3 to 4 p.m.; 7 to s p.m. No. 326 W. Fifth st., bet. Broadway and Hill, near Slxth-st Park. 1-1-37 DR.'CHAS. G. REUM. NO. 218% S. OLIVE St.; throat, chest and allied diseases: late assistant ln the Philadelphia polyclinic, the Rush Hospital for consumption and allied diseases; consultation hours. IC-12 a.m.. 2-4 p.m. 10-21 DR. W. C. HARRISON, ORIFICIALSPE- Ciallst; treats successfully all rectal, sex ual, uterine, nervous and chronic dis eases. Office, rooms 41 and 42. Muskegon block, cor. Third and Broadway. 10-31 DR. K. D. WISE, M. D., OFFICE 107 N. Spring st., up-stairs. rooms 1 and 2; hours Bto 10 a.m. and Ito 5 p.m. Graduate of Jefferson Medical college, Philadelphia. Tel. White 466. 6-8-97 DR. DORA KING'S SANITARIUM: Dis eases of women, surgical and medical cases a specialty, with best physicians in attendance. 527 W. Seventh. tf DR. DORA KING, LADIES' SPECIAL ist: pleasant home for ladles before and during confinement. 313 W. Seventh. RETURNED—DR. MINNIE WELLS, specialist, 745 S. Main; hours, 10-4, 7-8. tf . iir ,; euC __ PIANOS MAGNIiiC PIANOS for sale and to rent at U8 Winston St., next to the main postofflce. A. G. GARD NER, AND WIFE, proprietors. PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING A specialty. A. G. GARDNER, 118 Winston St., near the main postofflce. KNABE AND VOSE & SONS PIANOS at BIRKEL'S, Parlors 18 and 19. Plrtle blk. tf : SPECIALISTS DR? B.~gT~COLLINS, OPTHALm'ic op tician, with the Los Angeles Optical In stitute; eyes examined free. 213 S. Spring street RETURN EI>—DR. MINNIE WELLS, specialist. 745 S. Main st. Hours, 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. tf WE DO IT— YOUR OLD carpets to be moth-eaten; send them to the Rug Factory, 654 S. Broadway' and have handsome, durable fluff rugs made. any size, from any kind of carpet. 10-17-96 PLL'/Mflei?S FRANK A. WEINSHANK. PLUMBEL and gaafltter. 240 E. Second st. Tel US. i,OS AJS-GKELES HERALD: THJJBSDAY MORITING, OCTOBER 15, 1896. FOR SALE- ~ MEDICAL SPECIALTY PRACTICE. (Genlto-urlnary diseases) One-half Interest; long established; associate to take full charge October 15; must be an experienced man. Address 15 F., box 100, Herald. For* SALE— SALOON Baloon men. attention; never hefore such a chance offered: a first class saloon, large and elegantly equipped through out, ceilings handsomely frescoed, mag nificent bar and fixtures: long lease on premises;rent almost free;sublets enough to pay rent; situated on principal St.; selling only on account of departure: this place must be seen to be appreciated; if you want a first class place at less than its real value look this up at once; fullest Investigation allowed: price $3000: an Im mense bargain. Apply to BEN WHITE, I 221 W. First st. 17 I FOR SALE— SALOON SALOON SALOON Only $200 $200 Worth $700. but $200 this week will take It: this must be sold at once. BEN WHITE. 221 W. First St. 14 RESTAURANT — WELL LOCATED, close In, doing big business; large and ! n.'cely equipped dining room: nice range and everything Included for $350; actually a big bargain; or will take partner for $200. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 18 $1030: SALOON. CLOSE IN. WELL Lo cated, old established: pays big: low rent: nicely equipped; everything included for $1000: chance seldom offered. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 17 FOR DrX'G'STORE DOINO a fine cash business; prolits very large: wl'H be sold very cheap If sold soon, on account of sickness: rare chance for doc tor to practice: will take part In good real estate or personal property. Ad dress L. X., box SO, Herald. 17 FOR SALE—WANTED. TO PURCHASE, half section of patented land in Antelope valley; give particulars, township sec tion und lowest cash price, to JAMES E. MEHARG, P. O. box 401, city. 15 FOR SALE-A STOCK OF DRY" GOODS, notions, stationery and fixtures: will in voice from $300 to S500: good location, low rent and a splendid opportunity. M. C. BEYMER, 108 S. Broadway. 10 FOR SALE—TWO FIRST-CLASS FULLY equipped meat markets, doing a good business, in the city of Pomona. Cal. For price and particulars, address RICH ARD GIRD. Chlno, Cal. 17 FOR SALE—HOUSE ON LEASED LOT close in: rent for lot only $7 per month; Income for rent $35: nlways rented: long lease. Address J. V.. box GO, Herald. 15 PARTNER WANTED-IN A GOOD PAY intl restaurant; price for one-half inter est is $200: rare chance. Apply to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. ,17 $300-TIN SHOP. HARDWARE. ETC,: jobbing: positive bargain. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 17 STATIONERY. NEWS AND CIGAR stand: well located: price only $225; tow rent, four nice living rooms. Apply to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First St. 17 $85 AVERAGE WEEKLY NET INCOME with $250 invested; safe, conservative; prospectus, proofs, free. F. DALY. 1293 Broadway, New York. 11-1 FOR SALE—MANUFACTURING BUST ness with unlimited possibilities. SuAY TON WALKER, 159 Femosa St.. River side. Cal. tf FOR BALK—GET RICH QUICKLY. Send for ".100 Inventions Wanted." ED GAR TATE & CO., 245 Broadway, New York. lf-1 FOR KALE—J2OO—RESTAURANT: FINE location; great bargain: must sell today. ERNST & co.. 12s s. Broadway, is FOR SALE—CHOICE CIOAR STAND, near Ho'ftenbeck hotel: a bargain: $350. I. D. BARNARD. 11l N. Broudway. 15 FOR SALE—A LARGE FRIT STORE, rent only $16, with 4 living rooms; $350. _I. D. BARNARD, 111 N. Broadway. 15 FOR SALE-FINE BUSINESS FOR A lady: 4 offices nicely furnished: $450. I. D. BARNARD. 11l N. Broadway. 15 FOR SALE-MEAT MARKET ANDGROr | crey. close in: n very fi'eat bargain: J< r >e. 1 I. D. BARNARD, 111 N. Broadway. 15 | SAVE 20 PER CENT ON YOUR PRINT- Ing. Jones' Cut Ra'e Printing Co.. 220 W. First st. 10-30 FOR SALE-NEAT LITTLE SHOE STORE and repair shop; good stock men's shoes. Address box 134. Pasadena. 11-12 FOR SALE - CITY -NEWSPAPER routes. Apply c. o. spreno. Herald I business office. tf j TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS SEE j I. D. BARNARD, 111 N. Broadway. i AND ELECTRICITY NO MATTER IF AFTER ELECTION business Is improving, if your health Is poor you won't Improve linaneially: take an electric "vapor bath and a thorough Swedish massage at the Narclssc. 511 Ceres aye opp. Arcade depot. MRS. DR. MAYER. Proprietress. tf PERSONAL-NEW PROCESS-IRREGU larities, from whatever cause, cured without medicine, Instruments or pain; sure cure: lady specialist: $1 treatment: only safe and reliable cure. 819 Grand aye. 12-12 GENUINE BATHS AND MASSAGE treatment given by an experienced Ger man nurse; chiropody work a specialty; ; late of Chicago and Colorado Springs. 445',i S. Spring St.; hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; select patronage only. 11-26 MRS. M. PORTER. PROFESSIONAL nurse, gives hot salt thermal vapor baths and scientific massage: cures rheuma tism and all impurities of the blood. Par lors 20-21. Pirtle block, cor. Fourth and Broadway. 11-3 MRS. DR. FRENCH. ELECTRICIAN, 312 S. Hill st. (Smithsonian); formerly of Denver, Col.; specialist ln all classes of nervous diseases, rheumatism, etc.: med icated vapor baths. 1-11-97 MRS. M. E. STALMER. 131 N. SPRING St., rooms 103-104: scientific massage, electric and vapor baths; references. Dr. Geo. Lasher, Dr. E. R. Smith, Dr. Jos. Kurtz. 11-10 EDITH AN WAY, FORMERLY OF BOB ton, gives genuine alcohol rubbings that are healthful and refreshing; no rivals. 223 S. Main St.. room 3. 11-15 MRS. CHAMBERLIN, FORMERLY MRsT Dr. E. Robblns, electric and vapor baths, magnetic and massage treatment. 245% S. Spring at 21 WINNIE BELL. MASSAGE AND ALCO hoI baths; rooms 3 and 4, 317 Commercial street. 11-1 FLORENCE GRAY. NEW HELLMAN, 120 N. Main St., room 2, massage treat ment. 19 SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL baths. 449% S. Spring St., parlors 1-2.11-20 PEARL CAMERON. 369 N. MAIN. ST., gives electric treatments ln room 1. 17 MILLIE BACH, ROOM 26, 133 N. MAIN st,, gives alcohol rubbings. 10-20 YON CO.. 234-236 E. Second St., manufacturers of ■pedal machinery, dlea and models: only accurate work: guaranteed. . BICYCLES rrt^isuNXco?H^ for Relay bicycles. 182 W.Flftb su 8-19 TIONAL^^ NOW ISA VERY GOOb TIME TO EN ter upon ». course of study at the Loa An geles Buaineaa College, 212 W. Third st. School in session the entire year; large new, clean and delightful rooms; first class elevator service; large coips of teachers; Intensely practical courses of study Branches taught: Bookkeeping, arithmetic, 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 at tho college, or write for superb new catalogue giving full Infor- 2-26-7 _ W ; 66db ury 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 slate; 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 stenog rapher. Write 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 Yora and Washington. D. C. Private lessons and classes, day and evening; special Lraining for theatrical profession. An amateur club, ladies and gentlemen, studying plays, connected with school. For particulars and terms apply residence. The Clarendon, 408 S. Hill st. Mrs. Mack's services may bo engaged for recitals and readings, tf GIRLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL.I9IB. 1921 1921 S. Grand aye.. reopetis Thursday. September 241h. A boarding and day school, villi corps cf fifteen teachers: specialists in their lines of work: collegi ate, academic, preparatory, primary and kindergarten departments; annttraetlve home a dnthorough school. MISS PAR SONS and MISS DENNEN. Principals. 2-0-97 MME. CHAPHE-MORGAN. LATE OF New York City, will teach the true art of singing: will prepare ladles 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, "The Spencer," 316% W. 2-1-97 ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE.OR AND AY. A boarding and day school for boys and young menioourse classical and commer cial to confer degreesierms, hoarders $250 and day scholars $50 for term of ten months; fall term will begin Monday. September 7th. 10-22 FROEBEL INSTITUTE (CASA DM Rosas) training school for klndergart ners; also school for boys and girls of all grades. Fall term begins September 22(1. PROF, and MME. LOUIS CLAVERIE. 8-7-ly BOYN~TON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS only: students; received at any time teachers aided in getting positions; teachers, governesses and tutors sup plied. Room 525 Stlmson block. 0-30-tf THE CUMNOCK SCHOOL OF ORATORY 2703 Hoover St., reopens October Sth; three departments of work, elocution, English and physical culture. MISS A. L. MURPHY. Principal. 10-24 A. WILLHARTITZ, TEACHER OF Tl ano, harmony and composition. Studio, room 14 Crocker bldg.. 212 S. Broadway. Pupils taught at their residence If de sired. 11-4_ MISS WINSTON, MISS MARY L.O'DON OUGHUE. vocal and piano studio, room 70, Bryson block: October Ist., 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. _ 10-20 $15 WILL MAKE YOU A PRACTICAL stenographer in two weeks. VEZINO.IO7 W. Second st. 10-23 SPANISH. FRENCH, ITALIAN AND English taught by competent lady. 319 W. Fifth st. 11-12 Y. M. C. A. CLASSES OPEN OCT 1, tf MEDIUMS MBsTwALKER, OLAIBVOYANT~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 tha advancement of your future. Gives read ings daily from 9 a. IS. to 8 p. m. 316% P. Spring st. 3-1,-97 MRsfPARKIIRT PALMIST, CLAIRVOY anI and medium; life reading business, removals, law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Take Third st. electric car to Vermont aye. and Vino st. Sec ond house on Vine st. west of Vermont aye. A* MRS." " STANLEY, CELEBRATED clairvoyant, reads your entire past, present and future; satisfaction or no pay; ladles only 60 cents. 323 W. Sec ond St., room 11. 10-13 LENORA D'ESTE, A MEDIUM FOR truth and Justice, is the greatest card reader of the age; tells your future, charges reasonable. 526 S. Spring St., j reem 1 5 MISS KAiiE LAMI'MAN, THE WELL known tran.ee medium, has returned for a few days only: circle Wednesday and Friday: sittings daily. 232% Winston St. 21 MRS. BARRETT ELLIS, BUSINESS reading medium; the most skeptical ate invited to come and hear the truth; price 50 cents. 328% S. Spring, room S. 12-10 jrwT'HENLEYTcLAIRVOYANT AND palmist. 327 S. Main St., room 28: hours, 0 a.m. to 5 p.m.; sittings. $1; satisfaction or no pay; evenings by appointment. 11-1 ELIZABETH HURLBUT, PSYCHOME- ' Hist, palmist, menial magnetic healer and teacher of occult science. Rooms 50- a 3 upper floor. 344 S. Hill st. 11-21 AGNES H. PLEASANCE , TRANCE spirit medium and clairvoyant; sitting? daily; hours 10 to 5; at 414% S. Springs!., parlors 115-11(1. 19-!f ELLA M. WHITE, TRANCE CLAIRVQY ant and bus ncsa medium. Readings daily except Sunday. 245 S. Hill St. 11-10 MRS. ISA JULIER, MATERIALIZING medium; seances Sunday. Wednesday and Friday evenings. 555 S. Main st. 20 WYLLIE, 431% S. SPRING ST.. SPlRlT uallstid photographea. Call and see for yourself. 11-6 MRS. L. HOPKINS MITCHEL, TEST- Ing business medium. 350 E. First st. 11-5 TRANCE MEDIUM—SITTINGS $1. 221 S. Bunker Hill. 11-10 BARGAIN IN A SLIGHTLY USED Steinway upright piano. Address X., box 100, Herald office. FOR SALVJ-HANDSOME UPRIGHT Gland Ba_s piano at a great sacrifice. Room No. 31, The Savoy, Fourth and 1-1111 sts. Call mornings. tf FOR SALE—A FIRST CLASS UPRIGHT piano, used only 3 months: beautiful walnut case; at a great sacrifice. 146 S. Flower St., cor,. Second. tf FOUND LOST —ON BROADWAY, BETWEEN 330 and Y. M. C. A. building, two $2.50 gold coins, one American and one old French coin; value about $1.00, all used as watch charms: reward. W. D. ENNOR. 330 S. Broadway. 15 LOST—SUNDAY, BETWEEN 3 AND 1 p. m., driving towards University place, one black silk lined cloth cape; liberal reward If returned' to POLASKI BROS., Stlmson bldg. cor. Spring and Third sts. 15 EIGHT HIGH GRADE BICYCLES— Must be closed out by November Ist; from $25 up. BAKER & HAMILTON, 134 to 136 N. Los Angeles st. 22 LOST—LADY'S GOLD WATCH ON WED nesday, between Second and Olive sts. and Medical college; reward. Apply to Herald office. 15 FOUND—SAM,THE CHAMPION HORSE Clipper, 120 N. Broadway; gentle horses, $1.00; terms cash. 11-13 LOST—SILVER END FOR LEAD PEN CIL liberal reward for return of same to Herald office. HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR OLO gold and silver or taken In exchange for new goods. W. J. GETZ, 186 8. Broad way. FOR RENT—TO A RESPONSIBLE TEn" .ant without small children, 1036 W. Sev enth Bt., an elegant new 8-room house, beautifully decorated, large closets, side board, porcelain wash trays, three lire placet: and furnace; up to date ln all moderi conveniences and artistic ln all Its appointments: rent 146 per month. HINTON & WHITAKER, 123 W. Second St. If FOR RENT—IO-ROOM HOUSE FlTR nlshed. piano and organ, all the latest improvements, barn and chicken corral anu plenty of water. Cor. Thirty-sev enth and Budlong sts.; take Traction cars; rent $50. 21 FOR RENT—HOUSE 7 ROOMS. NEAR two car lines, southwest: fine lawn, (low ers, trees, etc., back yard, chicken coop, shed, etc.; rent $15. NEWLYN, 229 Byrne bldg. If FOR RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE In town for mattings, linoleums and win dow shades: carpets cleaned and laid. THE MATTING MART.SO 4 S. Broadway. 11-21 FOR RENT—O ROOMS, STAIILE, ETC.. MS S. Flower St.. $35. R. VERCH. room SO, Temple block. 11-13-15 FOR RENT-7-ROOM COTTAGE NEAR car line, south; $12.50. Address L. »., box 70. Herald. 18 FOR' RENT-FOUR-ROOM HOUSE. AD dress 815 San Pedro street. 16 FOR RENT—HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS AND bath. 707 W. Sixth st. IS FOR RENT-HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS AND buth. '161 Turner st. L.i FOR RENr-KOO»S iUK i:r,.N r—A DWW VERY DESIRABLE furnished and unfurnished rooms, with baths, grates, electric lights, hot and cold water, southeast front; a pleasant location. 759 S. Hope st. 17 FOR RENT—THE BURLINGTON. 257 E. Second St.; furnished rooms from $1.50 per week and up; everything new; baths tree; large reading room. 11-5 FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA, 321 E. Second st.; furnished rooms, $I.Uu per week up; lodging 25c, 360 ami 50c per night. 10-1-tf FOR RENT—2 NICE FRONT R00M5.51.73 per week; also good rooms, $1 to $1.50 per week and 25 cents per night. 519 S. Spring St. 9-15 FOR RENT—6-ROOM FLAT CLOSE IN, $ 1 0. with water, or 3 rooms, $6. R. VERCH, room SO, Temple block. 11-13-15 FOR 1 RENT—I OR 2 ROOMS FURNISH ed or unfurnished for rent; reasonable; new house. 641 S. Hope st. Id FOR RENT—LARGE NICELY FUR nished rooms; Spanish taught free to roomers. 433 E. Third St. 11-9 FOR RENT-NTCELt FURNISHED suite for rent cheap, two gentlemen or more. 319 W. Fifth st. 19 IjOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping, witli piano. 026 S. Broadway. 6-17-tf FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING, FUR nlshed rooms; $1.60 to $2. NITTINGER'S, 451 S. Hops. tt FOR RENT — 3 ROOMS FURNISHED complete for housekeeping. 930 S. Flower st. 15 FOR RENT—OLIVE INN, 837 S. OLIVE St., from $7 up; newly furnished rooms. 10-16 FOR RENT—3 FURNISHED HOUSE keeping rooms, $10. 515 W. Seventh St. 16 FOR RENT-ONE FURNISHED SUNNY room; $1 per week. 619 AY. Seventh St. 16 FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping. 321% W. Seventh st. tf FOR RENT —3 ROOMS SUITABLE FOR housekeeping. 227 N. Hill st. 17 FOR RENT—LODGE ROOM AT TlJR ner hall; every first and third Friday of each month. Inquire of Janitor. 14tf FOR RENT-RESTAURANT COMPLETE, fine range; doing good business; low rent. 705 Upper Main. 30 L. B. COHN', ~~ The Los Angeles pawnbroker, 146 N. Main street, 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 NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNED Who we are. What we are. And where we ore. Hove you discovered the cheapest place to get money on all good personal ar.d collateral securities, 229 BYRNE BLDG. tf MO~NEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE, watches, diamonds, pianos, sealskins, and live stock; interest reasonable: pri vate office for ladles; business confiden tial. C. C. LAMB, 226 S. Spring, en. room 67. 8-21-tf POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, BRO kers. 80S Wilcox building; money loaned on real estate; if you wish to lend or borrow, or make Investments of any kind call on us. tf MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, watches. Jewelry, planes, livestock, car riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS, 402 S. Spring si. 8-21 TO LOAN-A BARREL OF MONEY ON diamonds, pianos, furniture and all first class securities; business confidential. CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway, rooms 1 ami 2. _ 5-29-tf WANTED—TO LOAN,SMALL AMOUNTS of money from $25 to $300, on good secur ity: reasonable interest. O. S. BURNS, M. D., No. 353 S. Hill St. 13-15-17 TO LOAN—PRIVATE LOANS ON DlA nionds, watches. Jewelry, furniture; everything confidential. Address P. O. box 307. 11-1 TO LOAN-MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT at reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. BOSBYSHELL, 10-13-tf 107 S. Broadway. TO LOAN—UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR small loans; no commission; light ex pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 223 S. Spring st. MONEY TO LOAN-LOWEST RATES ON real estate, personal notes or security. JOHN L PAVKOVICH, 229 W. First. ONCE A WEEK PERSONALLY Coil dueled excursions to Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and all points, leave Los Angeles every Thursday via Southern Paeitic, Union Pacific, "World's Pictorial Line," and Chicago and Northwestern railway, crossing the Sierra Nevada." and Sassing all points of scenic interest by ayllght. Upholstered tourist cars of latest Pullman pattern, lighted by gas and run through without change. Com- Setent conductors accompany each party, 'as test Mm*. Lowest rates. For tickets and berth reservations apply to J. H. i'EARMAN, Manager; Q. F. HERR. G. P. A.., 223 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Pacific company. o 8-0 PHILLIPS. PERSONALLY CONDUC ted excursions via the Rio Grande and Rock Island route, leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, cross the Sierra Ncvadas and pass the entire Rio Grande scenery by daylight. We have a tourist sleeper running through to Minneapolis and St. Paul ln connection with every party. Our Boston car stops one day at Niagara Falls. Office 138 S. Spring St. BURLINGTON ROUTE—PERSONALLY conducted ezourslons to the east every Wednesday over the scenlo line of the world; upholstered tourist cars without change. T. H. DUZAN. agent, 22J & Spring at., Los Angeles. Cal. FOR SALE-FINE OFFICE DESK cheap. National hotel, N. Main St., 6:30 to 6:30 p. m. 15 TAILORS f NELL made to order: cleaning, dyeing and re pairing a specialty. JW W. First street. Hotel Nadeau block. «-24-« Houses mad Lots TOR SALE—SOME CHOICE ALFALFA land close to city, from 5 acres to 40, cheap, and on easy terms; lot worth $1000 for $600, with barn, out buildings fenced', flrst-elass. southwest. Two and one half acres highly Improved home place on corner West Washington, with 10-room house, bath, barn, driving house, chicken houses and yards for 500 chick ens; $5000. EDWARD FRASER, 216 S. Broadway. 1" FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL BUILDING lots for homes, close in, and on very easy terms,in C. A. Smith's Third addition; located on Eighth and Mateo ato„ near Seventh, street school: these lots aro 40 teet wide, and have an alley of 15 feet; prices $210. $280 and $325; |10 down, Slu per month. Call on C. A. SMITH. 213 W. First at. tf $350 ; 5-ROOM HOUSE. HARD FINISHED, bath, pantry, closets, etc, U OO down, bal ance $10 a month. For particulars apply to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First St. 17 $1250: NICE 5-ROOM HOUSE ON JEF ferson St.. near Central aye.; lot 50x150: $150 down, balan-e $15 a, month. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 17 $f<00: NEW 4-ROOM HOUSE. HARD FlN lshed: will be sold on terms like rent: $30 down, balance $10 a month; 7 per cent in terest. See BEN WHITE, 121 W. FlrM St. 17 FOR SALE—A NEW 4-ROOM HOUSE, large 2-story barn, very cheap: terms to suit purchaser. Inquire of THEO. LUTOE. contractor. St. Elmo St.. P.O. box 22. sub-station S. 10-10 FOR SALE-NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE, all hard finished, close to Pico st. cars; only $850: cash $00. balance monthly pay ments. J. MeLEAN. E St., Pico Heights, tf FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. BASSETT & SMITH. Pomona. Cal. 6-26tf " City Lots FOR SALE—$3OO— CHOICE LOT 50X150. on Angeleno Heights; fine view; new buildings being erected': electric ears run through the tract. This Is your oppor tunity to get a lot close in. S. K. LIND LEY, 108 Broadway. 21 FOR SALE—SBOO—LOT 50X175 ON WEST Seventeenth St.. 350 feet west of Flgueroa St.; graded street, cement curb and sewer; a snap. S. K. LINDLEY, 106 Broad way. 18 Country Property FOR SALE—SAN GABRIEL—ONLY \ few 6 and 10-acre blocks left; water right. Now is the time to buy. If you have any thing to sell or trade see E. K. ALEX ANDER. 112 8. Broadway. tf FOR SALE—B% ACREB ON CENTRAL aye., on and near Tenth St., will sell all or part of the above. Call on MARY A. NIEMEYER, 927 Central aye. 11-12 STO^K^^ FOR* SALE—PEDIGREED 7-YEAR-OLD sorrel mare, large, perfectly gentle, good style and a good driver; having two, will sell one for half its value. Inquire room 228 Byrne bldg., cor. Third and Broad way. 10-ft FOR SALE—TWO FINE TROTTING horses and one stud. Inquire of P. VICKERY, Bryson bldg.. third floor, tt FOR RENT—SO TEAM : MULES. IN quire of P. J. M'CORMICK, 113 S. Broad way. 24^ FOR"SALE — LEWIS & ALDERSON have removed to 429 S. Spring at. When you want to buy or sell furniture or ex change old furniture for new, you'll get the best bargains and satisfaction always at LEWIS & ALDERSON'S, 429 8. Spring at. «-tf FOR SALE—GOOD DAIRY OUTFIT OF 20 cows. 6 horses, wagons, cans, pails, etc.; close to city: selling $350 per month elcar;proflts $200: will sell half, $900; whole, $1800: part cash. EDWARD FRASER, 216 S. Broadway. 17 EIGHT HIGH GRADE BICYCLES— Must be closed out by November l«t; from $25 up. BAKER & HAMILTON, 134 to 136 N. Los Angeles st. 22 For sale—2-seated gates sur rey, newly painted,and harness ln excel lent condition. Apply 128 San Pedro st. tf FOR SA LE—2-9EATED GATES BUR rey, newly painted.and harness in excel lent condition. 152 N. Spring st. tf FOR SALE—CRAWFORD BICYCLE IN good condition; price $25; call at 613 Ban ning st. j 17 FOR SALE-SIMI OIL LOT, OR TRADE Inquire 148 Kern St. 18 FOR SALE—NEWFOUNDLAND PUPS. Call at 221 Leroy st. 15_ PERSONAL—AN EASTERN AMERI can widow, without children, capable, respectable and responsible, with Cali fornia reference, wants the management of a first-class lodging or rooming house. AddreES A. S.. box 40, Herald. 16 PERSONAL -i SANITARIUM, WATER treatments, massage, electricity, vapor baths, etc.: hot spring mineral treat ments: equal to springs; costs less; select plain baths. L. C. BOYD, manager, 410 W. Second st. 15 PERSON AL—GENTLEMEN'S MENP- Ing done free at the Hand Laundry, 309 W. Fourth St., near Broadway; first-class work guaranteed. Call and get laundry list. 17 EIGHT HIGH GRADE BICYCLES— Must be closed out by November Ist; from $25 up. BAKER & HAMILTON, 134 to 136 N. Los Angeles st. 22 BO AM) FOR RENT-TWO SUNNY ROOMSWITH board, in private family; good location, convenient to car line; bath, gas, etc. Address J., Herald office, Pasadena, tf ADVICE FREE—C.' H. torney at law, practices ln all courts. Advice free to any member of any labor union. Charges ln accordance with cli ents' means; r.iways reasonable. Spe cialties: Probate matters, mechanics' lions, divorce, collections, damages, drawing up of deeds, wills, mortgages and all legal papers. Notary public. Office. Gordon block, 206% S. Broadway. Telephone 896. *t u _ Zach Montgomery. James P. Montgomery. MONTGOMERY & SON., Attorneys at Law, 626 and 627, Builard block. Los Angeles, Cah 8-7_ LUCIEN EARLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, offices, Builard building, entrance room 420; telephone Black 1445. 7-24-97 BROSBEAU & MONTGOMERY. Attorneys at Law, 403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles, tf wil - j7~hunsaker, attorney and Counsellor-at-law, rooms 408-409-410, Cur rier building: telephone 1120. 6-20 CHARLES O. MORGAN, ATTORNEY and counselor at law. Room 11, 206% 3. Broadway. 1-2-97 wTh. BHINN. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 206 -108 Wilson blk.. Spring st FOR BXCHANO^/lUSCmJANJBV^ FOR EXCHANGE—CARPENTER WORK for a good wheel. JOHN WOOD, Sta tlon A, city. 14 ImUS^B^MOVMO f^-^ a~f7"slopfjhT"hoube flee, 113 N. Broadway. KNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLICI tors; free book on patents. 424 Byrne bldg. 9-22-6 DRESSMAKINQ WANTED—DRESSMAKING; WILL GO by day or work at home' t»rma reason able; references. 048 Ban Julian. IT FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE HOME OF 6 large rooms; bath, two mantels, and grates; valued ait $3000; mortgage $1000, ror small ranch close to city, clear. Lodging house of 31 rooms, new; lot 43x 104; good location; bringing In 10 per cent on $7000; price $6000: mortgage $2000: for ranch clear near city. Lot $1000. for small ranch. EDWARD FRAZER, 316 South Broadway. U FOR EXCHANGE—4O ACRES HIGHLY improved: nice modern 7-room house; large barn, out houses, etc.; cows, plgf, chickens. hOTae*. wagons, all latest farm ing implements; four flowing wells. 5 net I alfalfa, 30 acres ln fruit; situated 70 miles north from this city: free ot debt; want property near the coast or lb eltv. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. IT FOR EXCHANGE—HAVE YOU SOME cash and good city equity to exchange for line 90-acre ranch, with abundance free water: ten miles from city, near Santa Monica road? Alfalfa, vegetable and' fruit land: new house and Improve ments. TODD. German-American bank building, room 5. 13-15 WANTED —$800 FOR EXCHANGE, IN come property in lively Okalahoma town: JIOOJ business lot right in the heart of city; $3000 Income city property ln Wash ington state; the above Is all clear, for city property or ranch close In, or busi ness. Address L. H.. box 90. Herald.2o FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES IN CLEAR water for Los Angeles city lots or will sell cheap for cash; good land. Aeldress 553_Wa1l st.,_clty. 1» FOR SALE-LOpaiNO HOUSES FOR" SALE—iV ROOMS, FINELY~FUI£ msheu, on tiroadway. close to business center; several lurge sunny rooms; own er will take rooms from purchaser In part pay: payments easy. L. W. MITCHELL, 328 S. Broadway. IB FOR SALE-A VERY NICELY FUR nlshed; well located 36-room lodging house on N. Broadway; will sell at a , bargain if sold at once. 231 N. Broad way. M FOR - SALE—A SACRIFICE—LODGING house, 9 rooms, close In, nicely furnished, going away: must be sold; price $350 I, D. BARNARD, 111 N. Broadway. IB MIROPODISTS DR. ZACHAU, DISEASES OF THE-FEEB 353 8. Spring St. IMt L LEOALjmTICES j Supplies FOR THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA! State Asylum for the Insane and lnebri- 1 ates—Commencing Nov. 1, 1896, and End ing April 30, 1897. Notice Is hereby given that sealed pro posals will be received at. the office of the Farmers' Exchange bank, San Bernardi no, Cal., up to 12 oclock noon, Oct. 17, 1890, tor furnishing supplies for said asylum for the six months commencing Nov. 1, 1896, and ending April 30, 1897, said supplies consisting of: Groceries and provisions- Dry goods. Clothing and Hats. , Shoes and Slippers. Brooms and brushes. Butter and eggs. Ham, bacon, etc. Vegetables. Fresh beef, mutton. Flour, grain, etc. Coal. Crockery and glassware. Hardware and tinware. Paints and oils. Crude oil. Cordwood. Schedules of articles and quantities re quired may be obtained tfrom E. E. Thomp son, steward of the asylum. Samples of articles, showing the charac ter and quality thereof, except such as be perishable, may be seen at tne steward's office in the asylum building. Articles are all to be of the best qualities, subject to the approval of the medical director, and to be delivered at the asylum at such times and In such quantities as he may desire. And lt is expressly understood that if a greater or less quantity of the article than mentioned in the schedule shall be required by the medical director the same shall be furnished by the con tractor at the contract price. The contracts will be awarded to the lowest responsible bidders, and no bid will be received or considered unless accom panied with a certified check for at least 10 per cent of the aggregate amount of tha bid. Said check to be made payable to Southern California State Asylum for the Insane and Inebriates, and to be returned to the bidder in case of rejection of tho bid, or if his bid shall be accepted then to be returned to the bidder on his filing a proper bond for the faithful performance of the contract with the board of trustees, within five days after the award shall have been made, otherwise said check to be col lected and the proceeds paid to the use of said asylum. . The board reserves the right of rejctlng any or all bids. Payments to be made monthly ln cash, when there is money in the treasury for such payments, and when there is no money ln the treasury, payment to be made out of the first money in the treas ury applicable to that purpose. Bids to be addressed to the trustees of the Southern California State Asylum for the Insane and Inebriates at San Ber nardino, and endorsed on the envelope, "Proposals for furnishing supplies." Bid ders will also mark on the envelope tha class of supplies bid on. Envelopes, and blank bids may be obtained by applying to the secretary. A separate envelope will be required for each bid. Th attention of bidders is called to tho following section from the political code of the state: Section 3235. "No supplies of any kind or character for the benefit of the state, or to be paid by any moneys appropriated or to be appropriated by the state, manu factured or grown In this state, which are ln whole or in part the product of Mongo lian labor, shall be purchased by the offi cials of this state having control of any public institution under the control of the state, or of any county, city and county, city or town thereof." In order to preserve uniformity and fa cilitate the award, it has been resolved to receive no bids unless made upon blank forms furnished by the secretary. Parties will please carry out the sum total for each article. By order of the board of trustees of ths Southern California State Asylum for In sane and Inebriates. San Bernardino, Cal. T. B. VAN ALSTYNE. Chairman. FRANK W. RICHARDSON, Secy. 10-lt Notice MATEO STREET AND SANTA FE AV enue Street Car Co., having Its principal place of business at Los Angeles, califor nl Notlce—There is delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of the assessment levied on the 15th day of Au- ' Ktist, 1896, the several amounts set oppo site the names of the respective share holders as follows: No. No. Name. Cert. Share. Apt. S. D. Northcutt 7 6 $60 S. D. Northcutt 26 5 50 S D. Northcutt 27 5 bO And ln accordance with the law and at; order of the board of directors made on tha 15th day of August, 1896, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold, at the office of tha secretary. No. 134 South Broadway, Los Angeles, California, on the 16th day of October, 1896, at 2 oclock on such day, to Day delinquent assessment thereon, to gether with costs of advertising and ex penses of sale 6 a guMNER Secre No 124 South Broadway, Los Angeles, California. 26-11 THE HERALD PUBLISHING COM pany, a corporation duly organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the state of California, and having Its Erlncipal place of business ln the city of iOS Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state of California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of directors of the above named corporation, held on the 26th day of September, 1896, an assessment of ten ($10) dollars per share was levied upon the cap ital stock of the said corporation, payable on or before the 31st day of October. 1896. to the tneasurer of the Bald corporation, tire First National bank, at Its banking house, In the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state of California. Any stock upon which the assessment shall re main unpaid on the 2d day of November. 1896, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment Is made before wilf ba sold on the 23d day of November, 1896, at 12 oclock m., to pafr the delinquent assessment, together witfc cost of advertising anel expen s^ o^ f N s ala, Secretary of Herald Publishing company. Los Angeles, California. Location of office, Bradbury building, SJ* West Third street, Los Angeles. BAKERIRONWORKS (60 TO 960 BUENA VISTA ST., los kno>i.«s - cklipohnih Allowing 8. P. Grounds. Tel nt.