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9- room house on Hill St., $45. 8-room house on Grand aye.. $32.50. 7-room house on E. Twenty-seventh St.. $13. 10- room bouse on Olive st.. $40. 5-room tlut on Kern st, $10. 5-room cottage on Summit aye., $12. Other houses and cottages, all prices H. W. COTTLE & SON, 305 W. Secon street. 8 f FOR RENT— $30—8-room house with stable, close". Orange st. $11.50—House 4 rooms, large s< cen porch, grate and mantel, bath, ho*' 1 " cold water; Merchant St.; water P*- WM. F. BOSRYSHEk. t 107 S. BroaAay- FOR RENT-MODERN 12-ROOM PVSPi with stable, etc.. 41G W. Tenth st^l.*? month; an elegant 9-room hou» * v " ?• Olive; modern 7-room house ble, 1708 Santee St., at $27: house£ 8 ™oms 715 S. Olive, $22; modern S-r<m. not"c, 138 W. Twenty-fourth St.. $if no I l , 1 v?„, 5 rooms. 2521 E. Third st., $18. • A.H.UI CHINSON, 330 S. Broadway ||_ FOR RENT—UNFURNISHJ?— 1911 Santee, 7-room cotta/ 124 E. Twenty-third, 7-roc l cottage, «0. £328 Oak, 6-room cottagef- I ' l ' W22 Bonsallo. 8-room coats 0 , And many others. & CQ g \§B Broadway. FOR RENT—B-ROOM ' <E^ I .,r':J 3T P??L house on Crocker st, ear• Fif th st car line; hard nnished ar ™, d p el n n J J'S?,"™ fine 2-story house EJev enth St.; large coni" 1 ' nt rooms witn modern improvemeif- *' c _ , JESSE H. 4 3 N 2 0 B LD j ro \ E d e wa V. vnr> TtFNT—TUBT OMPLETED, MOD ern 9-room house .djolnlng the Harper ti-aot- clo?e to bd electric lines; stable and lienhoi%e W? 3 ' electric lights, free ar&towateOT tiS^ na K.rJ "«' r em" and tenant. Key ajg ... u Hoover sts. MINING. 8 ■FOrTRENT-WDERN. COMPLETELY' furrlshed fovroom flat, E. Sixth St.; I-rooml COtta* Partly furnished, $8 per mnnth tn thjuburbsj 3-room furnished, $8 £ormont, "ear ln. MRS. HARDEN, renting anf*»' eBtate agency. S. Spring st. ° rrnn iientTIOI'SF OF 10 ROOMS JUST completed o " Wflshire Boulevard tract, near \Vo» altc park: all modern conven iences' tfee'ain bath, frescoed, etc. Soe WILSH'E CO., offices! corner Seventh and Br*dway and on the tract. tf FOR RNT—FURNISHED COTTAGES nf eve' ; kind and price, and In all parts nf p|,V Suites of rooms in private res idence F. 11. PIEPER & CO., 108 S. BroaW- I FDR~RENT — ELEGANT 10-ROOM hnul furnished or unfurnished: piano „nrforgan; cor. Budlong and Thirty souith; Traction car. Inquire 522 Stlm- P o ,block. 8 RENT—HOUSE 9 ROOMS, GAS. Vible, wood and coal sheds, nice front * Jd back yard. 948 S. Flower st. See vtner, R. VERCH, room SO, Temple .ock. 8-10-12 OR RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE in town for mattings, linoleums and win dow shades', carpets cleaned and laid. THE MATTING MART, 504 S.BroadWay. 11-21 FOR RENT —6-ROOM COTTAGE, COM pletely furnished; fine lawn and flowers; rent $20, with water. Address OWNER, 114 S. Spring St., room 17. 8 FOR RENT—9-ROOM HOUSE AND barn on Ninth st., near Alvarado St., or for sale. Call at The Belmont, cor. Fifth and Main sts. 8 FOR RENT—6 ROOMS OF FURNITURE moved for $4: 4 rooms for $3. SUNSET EXPRESS CO., Chamber of Commerco bldg. Tel. 1569. 11-30 FOR RENT-OR SALE; I SELL HOUSES small payment down, balance monthly to suit. J. C. ELLIOTT. 450 S. Broad way. 8 FOR RENT—FURNISHED AND UN furnlshed houses in all parts of the city. S. P. CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway. 8 FOR RENT — FURNISHED LIGHT housekeeping rooms, sink, pantry, bath, closets and porch. 215 E. Fifth st. 8 FOR RENT—COTTAGE OF 6 ROOMS; rent $16, lnciuulng water; furniture for sale cheap. At 1318 S. Hill St. 9 FOR RENT—RENTERS SEE POWELL, 334 S. Broa-fiwayr for houses; all sizes, furnished and unfurnished. t FOR RENT—6-ROOM HOUSE, NINTH and Tennessee. Inquire M'GARRY & INNIS, 227 W. Second st. 8 FOR RENT—SEE COTTLE * SON. 306 W. Second St.; new bargains; for rent, sale or exchange. tf FOR RENT—DESIRABLE COTTAGE, suitable for residence or business. 316 W. Fifth st. 9 PLAf, 612 WEST Eighth St.: also 5-room cottage, 211 E. Seventh st. 9 FOR RENT—9-ROOM MODERN-ROUSE, cor. Sixth and Flower. Inquire 815 W. Sixth st. 9 FOR RENT—GRANT'S SYSTEM TONIC does cure Kidney und Stomach trou bles, tf FOR RENT—HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS AND bath. Inquire 707 W. Sixth st. 12 FOR RENT—9-ROOM 2-STORY HOUSE, bath, range. 823 W. Sixth st. 13 FOR RENT —GRANT'S SYSTEM TONIC. 127% W. Second St. tf FOR RENT—A 5-ROOM COTTAGE. 530 Crocker st. 8 FOR RENT—B-ROOM HOUSE, NEW. SO6 S. Hill st, 8_ RENT-ROOMS^^ FOR RENT—$f2; TO FAMILY OF AD ults, three rooms completely furnished for housekeeping; bath room connected. 801 W. Thirty-second St., block from cars. 10 FOR RENT—2 FURNISHED ROOMS with gas for cooking. $10 per month; no children. 310 Clay st., near Third and Hill! also one room, $4. 312Clayst. 8 FOR RENT—FLAT 4 ROOMS AND BATH 788 Kohler St., near Eighth St.; $11. in cluding water. VICTOR WANKOW SKI & CO., 126 W. Second st. 8 FOR RENT—THE BALTIMORE; NICE- Iy furnished rooms, plenty sunlight; low rates; private baths; transient trade In vited. 427 W. Seventh st. 13 FOR RENT—PLEASANT ROOM WITH board in private family, for man and wife or two gentlemen; home privileges. Apply 928 Santee st. ■ 8 FOR RENT - SUNNY FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping; no chil dren; also single rooms. 316% Pavilion place, off Temple. 8 4-ROOM BAY WINDOW FLAT, ALL conveniences for housekeeping, right In center of city. Apply 126 N. Hill St., or to BEN WHITE. 9 FOR RENT—FURNISHED AND UN furnished housekeeping suites and sin gle rooms; good barn. 625 California St., late Sand. 8 FOR RENT—TWO NICELY FURNISH od room? for light housekeeping, bath, closets, private family. 1327 Vernon st„ Pico car. 8 FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA, 321 E. Second st.; furnished l rooms-, $1.00 per week up; lodging 25c, 35c and 50c per night. 10-1 tf FOR RENT-2 NICE FRONT ROOMS, 1.75 per week; also good rooms, $1 to $1.50 per week and 25 cents per night. 619 S. Spring st. 11-18 FOR (RENT— SINGLE ROOMS FROM $1.50 week; front suites $4: housekeeping: large and sunny; close In. 127 E. Third St. _10_ FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. WINDSOR, 113% E. First »t. 9 FOR RENT—SUNNY FURNISHED rooms. 609% S. Spring St. 1 fin RENT —3 NICELY FURNISHED rooms complete for housekeeping, very cheap to right parties. 332 W. First st. 8 1 fc-OR RENT—NEWLY FURNISHED rooms $6 per month up. THEM'KEN ZIE HOUSE, 827% 8. Spring st. 11 I FOR RENT—CHOICE NEWLY FUR nished rooms, all modern conveniences; southeast front. 759 S. Hope st. 10 FOR RENT — A SUITABLE ROOM FOR a tailor or barber shop, at Grand Cen tral hotel. 324 N. Main st. 8 FOR RENT—LARGE NICELY FUR nished rooms: Spanish taught free to roomers. 438 E. Third St. 11-9 FOR RENT-FURNISHED AND UNFUR nlshed rooms for housekeeping and lodg ing. 316 W. Seventh st. 8 FOR RENT—3 OR 4 UNFURNISHED rooms, adults only; new house; private family. 641 S. Hope st. 9 FOR RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISH ed rooms single or en suite; bath. OW ENS, 419% S. Main st. 12 FOR RENT—FURNISHED AND UN furnished rooms with hot and cold baths free. 344 S. Hill st. 8 FOR RENT—3 NEWLY FURNISHED sunny bedrooms. $G, $8 and $10 per moni h. 154 N. Hellman st. 20 FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping, with piano. 626 S. Broadway. 6-17-tf FOR RENT-2 ROOMS, LIGHT HOUSE keeplng. furnished or unfurnished. 506 San Julian st. 8 FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FUR nished rooms; $1.50 to $2. NITTINGER'S, _451 8. Hope. tf FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS SlN gle or en suite. NAVARRE, 308% S. Spring st. 12 FOR RENT-2, 3 OR 5 UNFURNISHED sunny rooms; no children. 315 S. Bunker Hill aye. 8_ FOR RENT—2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS with bath, light housekeeping. 807 S. Hill st. 8 FOR RENT-DOES YOUR STOMACH trouble you?. Try Grant's System Ton ic, tf FOR RENT—ELEGANT FURNISHED rooms. SEYMOUR, 316 W. Second' St. 9 FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping. 321% W. Seventh st. tf FOR RENT — FURNISHED FRONT room with piano; sunny. 326 S. Hill. 8 FOR RENT—THREE UNFURNISHED rooms, bath. 627 S. Flower st. 9 FOR RENT—GRANT'S SYSTEM TON -Is. 127% W. Second st. tf FOR RENT—ROOMS FOR GENTLEMEN 446 S. Broadway. 8 EORJREJ^^TORBS^^^ FOR RENT—3 STORES AND LARGE hall above; also suitable premises for foundry, planing mill or factory, located ■ opposite S. P. freight depot, in the manu facturing center. C. H. GIRDLESTONE, 237 W. First st. 8 FOR RENT—S6 PER MONTH, STORE room, 2509 Central aye., cor. Adams st.: good place for barber and' millinery or baker. LEE A. M'CONNELL, 113 S. Broadway. 12 FOR RENT—A FIRST CLASS BUTCHER shop. Inquire at Eagle Grocery. Twelfth and Union aye.: none but a first-class butcher need apply. 8 FOR RENT—SPACE IN STORE WITH window. 431 8. Broadway. 8 FOR RENT — SEVERAL DESIRABLE farms. IRELAND & JOHNSON, 235 W. First st. 8 FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT — LODGE ROOM AT TUR ner hall; every first and third Friday of each month. Inquire of janitor. 14tf JWR^EMHANGE-JH^ FOR EXCHANGE — Three clear ranches for East Los Ange fes. 70 rooms, $3500, rooming house, for a ranch near Downey. $2200—Clear cottage for ranch. $6000—Residence; want ranch, $2000 to $4000. Three residence properties for vacant lots. $15,000—Clear ranches for a rooming house property. $5500—Fruit ranch: also seven orange ranches, for Los Angeles. MORGAN & KEPPEL. 8 820% S. Bror Iwav. FOR EXCHANGE—S2SOO; A BEAUTIFUL 5-acre lemon odebard near San Diego; 3-room house, barn, place well piped, with hydrant at each row of trees; trees past four years old, large, thrifty and full of fruit; want Los Angeles city prop erty. 1 have a large list of property to ex change, including residences for ranches, ranches for city property and an estab lished business ln Pasadena for a good ranch worth $4000; If you have anything to trade call and see me. FRED W. PEARSON, 8 33- Bradbury building. FOR EXCHANGE-T-ACRE LEMON AND orange grove on electric line for Los An geles property or a Nebraska farm. House 7 rooms closo in, for small ranch near foothills. Good Missouri farm for house in Los Angeles. Lemon grove at Hollywood for Los Angeles property. House and 10 acres at Troplco for Los Angeles property. LHP A. M'CONNELL, 8 113 S. Broadway. FOR EXCHANGE—4O ACRES WITHIN 70 miles of this city; modern 7-room house, large barns and outhouses; all ln alfal fa and fruit; fenced and cross fenced: 4 flowing wells: chickens, hogs, cows, horses, wagons all farming Implements and everything included for $6000: free of Incumbrance; want house and lot In city or land near the coast. What have you? or will rent. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 9 FOR F,XCHANCH-$2500;5-ACHE RANCH at Beaumont, all ln bearing apples and pears, good supply of water; new 7-room modern house good large barn, chicken house and corrals; water piped in house aud on land; the most desirable health resort in Southern California ;want res idence or snail ranch near the city: would assumf. L. W. MITCHELL, 330 S. Broadway. 8 FOR EXCHANGE— Fine Pearl st. home for San Francisco or Oakland. 160-acro farm in San Diego country for eastern. 160-aero farm In San Luis Obispo country for "louse in city or eastern prop rtv: will asiume. GUARANTT TRUST & COLLECTION CO., 37 to 4H Bryson block. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—2O-ACRE RANCH ill Riverside county, set to olives; for cottage. 650-acre ranch at San Jacinto for Los Angeles ani assume. 2 lots in city for cottage. Eastern property for California and some pool California for eastern. GUARANTY TRUST & COLLECTION CO.. 37 to 4) Bryson block. S FOR EXCHANGE—2O ACRES, CLEAR water, Wltl house, for city residence. 20 acres Lankershlm, set to bearing trees, for city residence. Elegant i-room cottage. 80x135 feet lot in Pasadeva, for city residv-nce. Bring your exchanges. We can mnlch them. 'F H. PIEPEB & CO., 108 S. Broudway 8 WANTED—SITUATION; STOCK CLERK man and wife, porter, salesman, tailors, shoemakers, watchman, barkeeper, waiters, laborers, bulber, carpenter, blacksmith, brick layer, cooks, elevator man. stable man. ranch man. milker. PEOPLES FREE HELP HEADQUAR TERS, 31k% 8. Broadway. S FOR EXCHANGE—HOUSE AND LOT 40x80. with 24 rooms, 326 N. 11111 st.. near Temple, for business property In San Francisco or vicinity. Apply J. NEW MAN, 35New Montgomery st., Ban Fran cisco. [ su-tf I LOS ANGELES HERALD: ST7NDAV MORNING-. NOVEMBER 8, 1896. fOI? EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE—SOME DKMRABLB city property for ranch property, either frnlt or alfalfa; some good farm land clear of Incumbrance and some stock ranches for city property; will assume or pay cash difference. Can Klve you any kind of a trade you want at 319 8. Broad way. J. A. MORBAN. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—OR SALE. 200 ACRES fine grain lands, sandy loam, running water, on railroad, house and barn; also oak groves on property; will exchange for Income paying Bos Angeles city prop erty or equity In same. MRS. HARDEN, renting and real estate agency, 619 S. Spring st. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—OR SALE, A FINE piece of property ln San Jose, 40x137% feet, inside city limits on street car line; good house, barn, etc., and artesian well on property; will exchange for Los An geles property. DUNLOF & SON, room 19, Fulton block, New High st. 8 FOR EXCHANGE —FOR EASTERN property; at Rivera, 9 miles from Los An geles, near railroad: 36 acres. 23 in bear ing walnuts, 13 to alfalfa, buildings, wa ter right, etc.: this is a great opportun ity for some one. ALLEN & BUTLER, 252 and 253 Wilson block. S FOR EXCHANGE—FOR CITY PROl'ER ty, 9 acres U miles from Los Angeles, at Tropfco; 6 acres In bearing fruits: 5-room modern house, barn and a good water right: fruit paid' $440 this season: this Is an elegant home. ALLEN & BUTLER, 252 and: 253 Wilson block. 8 FOR EXCHANGE-INCOME CITY Busi ness property, clear, pays fair interest of $10,0110: want residence or ranch, im proved, clear: also $800 equity in new s room cottage south; want lot: will as sume. C. H. GIHDLESTONE, 237 W. First. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—ALL MODERN NEW and decorated cottage. 0 rooms, $2500. Tucson. Ariz., lots to exchange for city properly. Chino ranch to exchange: house and lot near Temple st. E. W. CAMPBELL, 116 S. Broadway. 8 TO EXCHANGE — GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., vacant lot and 158 acres unim proved fruit land in Michigan for $1200 worth of Los Angeles realty: will as sume Incumbrance. FRED L. BAKER, general delivery, city. 12 FOR EXCITANGE —FOR LOS ANGELES property, an elegant home at Pomona of 1% acres: 6-room house, outbuildings, line selection of fruit, water, etc., value $1750. ALLEN & BUTLER, 252 and 253 Wilson block. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—(S ACRES LEMON land ready for pluming, with trees fur nished and 20 inches of water, for Los Angeles resldenco property. Address JOHN L. OVERTON, 811 W. Sixth St., Los Angeles. 8 FOR EXCHANGE —PROPERTY IN SAN Jose. Michigan, Denver. Brooklyn. Kan sas City. 18 acres near St. Louis. 160 acres in Illinois; hundreds ot properties. See WM. N. HOLWAY, 254 S. Broadway. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—BOxISO, CHOICE COR ner lot on grad'od' streets, one block from electric car, Pasadena: price $1000: want house in Los Angeles about same value. WM. N. HOLWAY, 254 S. Broadway, lo FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES IN OR ange county, two miles from Orange city; ample water supply; will trade for Los Angeles house and lot. DUNLOF & SON. room 19, Fulton block, New High st. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—S33OO: 33-ACRE FARM good buildings, near Buffalo. N. V., clear of incumbrance, for a home in Los Ange les; will assume. W.M. N. HOLWAY, room 35, 254 S. Broadway. 9 FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD 160 ACRES IN Los Angeles county, with water; price $4800, mortgage $800: for Missouri or lowa properly. WM. N. HOLWAY, room 35. 254 S. Broadway. 9 FOR EXCHANGE — 10 OR 20 ACRES good fruu'anu for city or town property; no incumbrance, no Improvements: plenty water; will assume amount. Box 47, Azusa, Cal. 9 FOR EXCHANGE—A WELL LOCATED lodging house of 20 furnished rooms, close in: now full of roomers and pay ing well. S. P. CREASINGER, 217 S. Broadway. 8 FOR EXOHANGE-$30.000 WORTH OF good property in Auburn. N. V., lo ex change for Southern California. JOHN L. OVERTON, Sil W. Sixth st„ Los An geles. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—A WELL IMPROVED 30-acre alfalfa ranch 10 miles from Los Angeles, for city property. ALLEN & BUTLER, 252 and 253, Wilson block. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—2O ACRES GOOD AL falfa land near county poor farm: artesian water;- for good' city lot or lots: $1500, W. H. DICKINSON, 147 S. Broadway. 8 FOR EXCI lANGE-S7SOO.CTIOICE CLEAR property bet. Los Angeles and Pasadena; want improved eastern property, WM N. HOLWAY, 254 S. Broadway. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES 3 MILES from Redondo, $1000, clear, for a house in Los Angeles and assume $500. WM. N. HOLWAY', 254 S. Broadway. 10 , FOR EXCHANGE—I6O ACRES CHOICE level wheat land near Fairmont, west Antelope valley, for city lots or home. Address C, box ISO, Herald. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—I HAVE A GOOD phaeton. What have you got to trade for it? Address A. E. BOURKE, 1230 W. Washington St., city. 9 FOR EXCHANGE—2% ACRES IN RED lands, clear, for small house and lot: as sume small amount. WM. N. HOLWAY, 251 S. Broadway. 10 FOR EXCHANGE - $2500 GOOD CITY property for lodging house or paying busi ness. S. P. WELLS, 416% Si Spring st., Los Angeles. 8 FOR EXCHANGE-17500. CLEAR CHICA go property for same value In Los Ange les or Pasadena. WM. N. HOLWAY, 251 S. Broadway. 9 FOR EXCHANGE—A LOT IN SEATTLE. $500, for equity ln cottage, or what have you? WM. HOLWAY, 254 S. Broad way. 9 FOR EXCHANGE- GENTLE HORSE and : cow for lot. Inquire- cor. Budlong and- Thirty-seventh St.; Traction ear. 8 FOR EXCHANGE — A LOT FOR A horse and buggy. WM. N. HOLWAY. 254 s. Broadway. 9 FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD RESIDENCE lots for furniture. Address fi. ( box 130, Herald. 8 _ DENTISJ S PENN. DENTAL COu! 120%~5. SPRING st. Gas- specialists: painless extraction with gas. Teeth tilled with gold, silver, cement and all known material, for the cost of material. 27-97 ADAMS BROS. — DENTAL PARLORS? 239% S. Spring st.: painless extracting and filling; plate $0, $8. $10; nil work guaran teed; established 10 years; hours 8-s;Suti days, 10-12. DR. D. R. WILDER, COR. SEVENTH and Main sts., devotes especial attention to correcting irregularities of tho teeth, tf FRANK STEVENS, 321% S. SPRING ST.. open days and evenings; also Sundays: electric light. DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, 108% S. Spring si., rooms 2, 6 and 7; painless ex iraction. WATCHMAKING watches Cleaned. 60c; main springs, 50c; hand and crystal, 10c; work warranted one year; good references fur nished. OUSTAVE REICHGOTT, 234 W. First St. 11-17 HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR OLD gold and silver or taken in exchange for new goods. W. J. GETZ, 336 S. Broad way. ROOMS AND BOARD ELEGANTLY"""FURnYsHED ~ FRONT parlor, east and Houth bay window, grate, mantel, bath, home cooking, beautiful surroundings. $45 for two: also large sun ny room for one, $20. 311 S. Grand aye. S GOOD BOARD WITH NICELY FUR~ nished rooms: private family; reasonable rates. 533 S. Grand aye. 8 CHIROPODISTS DR. ZACHAU. DISEASES OF THE FEEi.' 268 S. Spring sl 12-28 FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE Houses and Lots FOR SALE— BY WILDE & STRONG $13,500— The most attractive home In the city In the beautiful Harper tract. $3500 —8-room modern house ln the Har per tract: very easy payments. $2100 —Buys a fine 7-room cottage just off Figueroa st.; $100 down, balance in stallments. $1950—Modern 6-room cottage on Hoo ver St.; large lot, beautiful yard, easy pay ments. $1150—$100 down, balance $12 per month, including interest; located on Towneave. Think of it! Cheaper than paying rent. $1150—New 5-room cottage close ln: 4 bargain. $550—New 3-room cottage. 2729 Kelly st. LOTS—LOTS-LOTS $500— Apiece for choice lots on Kohler St., between Sixth and Seventh; $50down, bat. easy. $800—Large lot on Bonnie Brae. $1350—Big lot on Alvarado. $400— Nice lot on Peru. $400—Fine, lot on Thirty-fifth st. $2300—Big corner oni Central aye. and Pico. 100x140. $1300—Business lot on Fifth st. If you are looking for bargains either ln business property, residences or va cant lots, call on WILDE & STRONG. General Real Estate Agents and Land Auctioneers, 228 w. Fourth st. 8 FOR SALE—A SNAP; NEW MODERN 6-room house, southwest, nicely located, barn, lawn, cement walks front and In grounds, hot water tank, etc.; price $1900, $250 cash, balance time on monthly pay ments. 5-room cottage southwest, 3-compart ment barn, new and modern: price f 600; $300 cash, balance time; this is a bargain. 4-room house, close In, for $800; $200 cash. Also other beautiful and more expen sive homes. A few good alfalfa and fruit ranches. For full particulars see H. A. BATES. 8 Room 18, 20"i% S. Broadway. FOR SALE—BRING YOUR BRAINS with you. These are bargains: $3800—Stylish modern 6-room house and lot near Westlake. $2500—Decorated mod-crn cottage, all im provements. $2600—Livery stable, Alhambra, owner retires from business. $1200 —House and lot, Gary St., 4 rooms. $900—House and lot worth $1200, near school; a snap. $675— Lot ln Urmston tract, near Hoover. $300 for exclusive right of Riverside ■county; wonderful medical battery cures catarrh. $75 —I-room frame house, papered, to be moved. E. W. CAMPBELL. Real Estate Bargains, 5 116 S. Broadway. FOR SALE ATTENTION RAILROAD MEN! We offer for a few days a lovely brand new 7-room 2-story house with double parlor, handsome mantel, bath, hot and cold water, gas, pat. closets on both floors, large closets In all bedrooms: street sewered and connections made and every modern convenience ;price $2400: $350 cash, balance 5 to 10 years. This fine house Is near the Arcade depot; tlegant sur roundings. Here is a chance to get a magnificent bargain, for tlie owner is forced to sell: don't delay if you want a nice house for $700 under value. 9 PAUL BAER. 206% S. Broadway. FOR SALE— Some Very Cheap Lots. JlSs—Santa Fe aye., near Seventh, 40x 140. $500—Ceres aye.. Wolfskin tract. $525—Elmore aye., near Seventh; grad ed street; 40x140 to alley. $450—Beautiful lots. Sherman tract, bet, Pico and Washington, $S00 —Pico, near Vernon. $1050—Full sized lot, Maple, near Elev. enth. $850—Los Angeles st,. near Washington: all street work done. $900 —Santee, Bame location. $850—Fine corner Alvarado and Pico. G. C. EDWARDS, 8 230 W. First St. FOR SALE-HOUSES— $1050 —Bargain for cash, new 4-room. hard finished cottage, mantel und grate; finest locution in city. $2600—Another bargain: 7-room house on Adams st.. lurge lot, all modern; rented for $22: must sell. $4000— Beautiful home near Adams St., all modern: Sc'iuii lews than present value; this is a beauty. Two elegant bouses in Pasadena, close to Orange Grove aye. FRED W. PEARSON, 6 332 Bradbury building. for sale no Cash Payment Required. For a monthly payment just like rent 1 can offer today to a party with refer ences a very well-built cottage in perfect repair. 5 rooms, all papered, bath, good burn. 50 foot lot. all well fenced, centrally located near Eighth, west of Central aye., for $1800; this is a special offer and worth investigation. 8 P. BAER, 206% S. Broadway. FOR SALE-ON SMALL MONTHLY payments: 6 rooms, Adams st., $2600. 5 rooms, Gladys aye., $2100. 5 rooms. Sixteenth anil Union, $2100. ■I rooms, Boyle Heights. $900. 5 rooms,, Twentieth and Vermont aye., $750. Look these up and if they don't suit can build you a house to OBder after your own plan, or I will furnish you a plan in any part ot city. J. C. ELLIOTT, 450 S. Broadway; office open evenings. 8 FOR SALE—SPECIAL BARGAINS— $100—Lots on car line; $5 per month. $225—Lots close in; $10 per month. $375 —Street graded, cement walk. $500— Eighteenth St.. street graded. $425—Near Fourteenth st.; $10 per month. $900— .Maple aye.: this is a beauty. LOTSPEICH & BOYD. 8 324 S. Broadway. FOR SALE— Cottage 4 rooms, bath, lawn, flowers, ole.; $ioi> cash, balance $15 per month; $125". Cottage 4 rooms, east front, cheap; $100 cash, liulunee $12 per month. H. W. COTTLE & SON, 305 W. Second street. 8 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 sts., near Seventh st. school: these lots are fore feet wide, aim' have an alley of 15 feet ■ prices $210. $280 and $325: $10 down. $Ul per monih. Call on C. A. SMITH, 213 W. First st. tf FOR SALE-PAY ME A FEW HUN dred dollars- down and I will sell you an elegant cottage of 6 large rooms; gas. sewer, cement walks and complete street work and ground's, on Trenton st.. near 2 car lint s; not a long walk: for $2800, ami give you 3 or 5 years at low interest on balance. W. il. DICKINSON, 117 S. Broadway. 8 FOR SALE —AT LESS THAN ITS VAL ue, a very desirable home In Bonnie Brae tract with all modern conveniences: owner needs a small amount of money and needs it quick: can't wait for tlie ad- t vauce in price which is sure to come; j will give time on balance. J. A. MOR- ' LAN, 319 S. Broadway. 8 FOR SALE—LOTS, HOUSES IN WIL- Bhire Boulevard tract, facing Westlako park; streets sewered, sidewalks laid, trees planted, ocean view, loam soil, frostless. fresh air: close prices to lirst purchasers; longtime, wilshireco.. offices corner Seventh and Broadway and on the tract. tf FOR SALE—7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE on Ruth uve.. with furniture; house has 7 rooms in it. paying a monthly income of $110: terms: $900 down and balance on installments. He-re is a good chance for some one to secure a home that will ptty for itself. SNOVER & RODMAN. 206% S. Broadway. 8 FOR SALE—NEW MODERN 5-ROOM cottage, brick cellar, tine barn, cement walks, front and back lawns, flowers, graveled driveway: house newly and completely finished: street graded and sewered: price $1400; small cash payment. 615 Mouton st.; take East Side park car.lo FOR SALE—S2OO CASH; NEW 2-STOR ies 7-room house, modern Improvements, complete: balance. $2200. terms to suit: cheap at $3000; must sell; owner going east; will rent for $30. Also large list of houses and vacant lots ln all parts. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 220 W. First. 9 Houses mad Lots FOR SALE—COTTAGES TO BILVER ites at gold basis prices, on monthly pay ments of from Jin to $15, with small ad vance cash payments or from $50 to $200; Rroperty to exchange; cottages to rent. , W. COTTLE & SON, 805 W. Second st. tf $1"0 CASH. BALANCE LlKft RENT: nice 3-room cottage with kitchen, near Eighth and Central aye., price $1000. Buy yourself a home: don't pay rent. 40 nouses for sale on same terms. BF.N WHITE, 221 W First St. !) FOR SALE—O-ROOM 2-STORY DWELL ing on S. Hope St.. near Eleventh; large convenient rooms witli modern improve ments: one of the most desirable locali ties In city. JESSE H. ARNOLD, agent. 132 S. Broadway. 8 FOR SALE—A NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE and 37% foot lot in Wolfskin tract: mod ern: on a payment of $260 cash, balance easy: ulso several fine homes southwest. MARTIN & KURTZ, room 228 Byrne bldg. 8 ON WALL ST., LARGE LOT. SEWER ed. graded and curbed, with nice modern 4-room cottage for $1575; never before such a bargain offered: tiear Eighth. See this at once. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 8 FOR SALE—SISOO. $150 CASH,SIS MONTH ly; new 7-room colonial, bath, china closets, pine finish, barn, and fence: lot 50x 200 to alley: southwest. ECONOMY BUILDING CO., 103 S. Broadway. 8 FOR SALE—INSTALLMENTS!! HOUSE and 2 lots, lalge Tjarn, frufl. TTbwers; wilt sell for $2000; $250 down, balance In pay ments of $15 per month. See owner, B. DUNCAN, 145 S. Broadway. 8 FOB SALE LITTLE HOUSE AND LOT on Pico Heights, Cahuenga street, 1410, between Eleventh and Twelfth sts.; a good well and chicken house for 150 chick ens on the place; price $400. 9 FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, HOUSE 5 rooms within five blocks of Broadway and Second St.; $700, terms $250 cash, bal ance installments. THRELKELD & SMITH, 326 S. Broadway. 9 FOR SALE—FINE NEW 6-ROOM COT tage, well built, mantel, bath, patent W. C. choice lot. close to cars; only $1200.50; terms; must be sold Monday. J. M'LEAN, E St.. Pico Heights. 10 FOR SALE—S2OO CASH AND $10 PER month will buy a five-room house, large barn, chicken house, idee lawn, fruit trees, hedge fence; lot 50x150. Inquire at 132 S. Main st. 8 FOR SALE—NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE, all hard finished, close 'to Pico st. cars; only $850; cash $50. balance monthly pay ments. J. MCLEAN. E St.. Pico Heights, tf FOR SALp;—5-ROOM MODERN COT tage, large lot: No. 631 Ruth aye.; cheap; $2200; exchange for vacant lot close in. E. C. CRIBB & CO., 127% W. Second St. 8 FOR SALE—CHOICE COTTAGE, 5 rooms, large lot, near car line, Twenty eighth St.; $1500; easy terms. W. ft, DICKINSON. 147 S. Broadway. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—NEW BICYCLE FOR surrey, jump-seat buggy or top buggy; also want good horse to drive and ride. "DEALER," 103 S. Broadway. 8 FOR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT, $525, $225 down, balance $10 per month with in terest. Call at premises, 842 Hemlock St.. one block east of Central aye. 10 FOR SALE—9-ROOM HOUSE AND BARN on Ninth St.. near Alvarado St.. or for rent. Call at The Belmont, cor. Fifth and Main sts. FOR SALE—S6OO ; 3 GOOD LOTS AND 3 room cottage near car line. Call early if you want this. HABER BROS. & CO. 8 FOR SALE—S-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT, E. Sixth st.. near Main, at a bargain. Address OWENR. box 3. Station No. 1. 8 SNOVER & RODMAN AT 206% S. BROAD way sell houses on the installments. 8 FOR SALE —WE SELL THE EARTH. BASSETT & SMlTH,Pomona.Cal. U-26tf City Lots FOR SALE—CHEAP LOTS— By R. ALTSCHUL 408 S. Broadway. Chamber of Commerce building. $150—Sacramento St., near Santa Fe aye. street cars: 40x130 each. $300— Mozart St., near Kuhrtz street bridge; a corner 40x140: terms to suit $210—Woollacott tract, near First st. cars and Terminal depot, 24x150. $300—Twelfth st., just east of Central aye.; $15 cash and $10 a month. $4'Hi—Bartlett st. graded and sewered, 40xloo; close in and cheap. $425—Short st., near Mateo St.; 40x155: close to rolling mills. $500—Lelong st.. one block from Pico and Georgia Bell; 50x125. $500—Twenty-eighth St., west of San Pedro, 50 feet, cleat) side. $600— Lot in Wolfskin tract, Towne aye., between Sixth and Seventh sts. $600—Byram st, 45x111. west of Pearl. ' between Tenth and' Eleventh. $650—Girard St., near Pico and' Union aye. clean side, graded, sidewalked, sew ered. $700—Central aye. near Twelfth St.: easy payments, long time, no interest. $725 each, one or two lots. Towne aye., near Fifth st.: graded and sewered. $750—Santee St., between Twenty-first ami Twenty-third sts.; one-third cash, balance long time, low interest. $750—Cheapest lot on Pico St., just west of Union aye. $Soo—Lovely lot. Central aye., between Seventh and Eighth. 40x130 feet. 900— Maple aye., near Pico St., 47'1ix140 west front. $1000—Maple aye., near Fifteenth St.; east front: 48x150. $1000—Adams st.. east of Vermont aye.; 50-foot front; choice location. $1150— 4-room cottages, Mateo St., $50 cash, balance monthly payments $10 and Interest. For these and other cheap lots, as well as higher priced' properties in all locations of the city, apply to RICHARD ALTSCHUL. 408 S. Broadway, Chamber of Commerce bldg. 8 FOR SALE— Union aye.. two 50-foot lots, east front, near Sixteenth. Burlington aye., bet. Tenth and Elev enth sts., 50x165 to alley. W. Beacon st. We have three choice corners: also some of the most desirable Inside frontages, all at very reasonable prices. Shalto St., 60-foot south front near Vernon. Seventeenth St., near Union aye,. 105% X 176 feet., for a few days $1700. Santee st., bet. Ninth and Tenth sts., only $1600. HINTON & WHITAKER, 8 123 W. Second st. for sale do not overlook the fact that Santa Monica is the coming deep sea harbor l make a specialty of Santa Monica property aud nave on my lists BUSINESS LOTS ANL> BLOCKS Residences und villa acreage, lluv now and take advantage of the situation and si 11 again at large promts next year when construction work on harbor commences. Lots from $100 up. Acreage from $200 up. Lovely climate, lovely homes and a sure chance to make money. W. 11. DICKINSON. 8 147 S. Broadway. FOR SALE- S2SO to 500 INSTALLMENT PLAN. 50-foot lots In Conger's Wilson tract: all Improvements made; streets sprinkled dally; electric cars pass the tract. Located on Central aye., running from Thirty-second st. to Jefferson. For maps and full Information apply to H. M. CONGER & SON, 123 S. Broadway. 11-S-15-22-29 FOR SALE—CORNER LOT. TENTH AND Broadway: good location for business block: $8000. W. H. DICKINSON, 117 S. Broadway. I " City Lots * FOR SALE—LOTI ,~- C. A. SMITH S THIRD ADDITION Located on Elkluli and Mateo Sis. Remember this Is close In property; only about four blocks from Arcade de pot and near Seventh st. school, which has been recently enlarged to 10 rooms. Mateo St. Is graded to this tract, airl has cement curbing with live feet ce ment sidewalks. The city council grant ed the Mateo st. car line the right to lay their track through the tract last week and will be completed within 30 days; a number of new houses being built on this tract now, and plans for many more an; being prepared. With these improve ments going up lots In this tract will ad vance soon. So don't put off buying a lot for a home any longer; they're selling fast, because I am offering easy terms; $10 down, tlO per month; prices 5240, $2SO and 5325. These lots are '10 feet wide and have an alley ID feet; all level and on grade; soil a rich loam; no adobe or al kali; no mud when tt rains. For maps and other Information call on C. A. SMITH, 213 V,'. First St. i ' S FOR SALE —A GREAT BARGAIN; 10 Hcres in city limits, now planted w.th T<>» peach trees, 20J pear trees, ]oti apple trees. 130 large orai.pe (t*ees. Is large 1 lemon trees. 50 plum trees. 1 aero in alfal fa; v fine (i-room house, barns, windmill, etc.. all in lino condition; this property is well situated for subdivision: very cheap: terms to suit purchaser. DI'N LOP & SON. room 19, Fulton block.New- High st. « WALL STREET. WALL STREET BARGAIN SEE THIS Large lot on Wall st. close ln. street sewered, graded and curbed; price $860; lota adjoining sell at $1250; this large lot will be sold tor $850; don't miss this chance: only $850. BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. 8 WALL STREET CLOSE IN — LA~" LOT — FOR ONLY $S.W Sewered, graded and curbed: Is worth $1250, but will be sold for only $H5O this day. BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. S FOR SALE—CHOICE PASADENA AVK nue residence lots, to close an estate; no better residence location on th" avenue: all or either will be sold; much cheaper than any good properly can be bouffht on the avenue. Call and act the price. L. W. MITCHELL. 330 S. Broadway. S FOR SALE-BARGAINS IN NH'IM.Y LO cated lots, close ln. installments; im provements complete; it desired will build house to suit purchaser. John l. PAVKOVICH. 220 W. First. ii FOR SALE —SOME BEAFTI FUL LAR( 1 E lots at Sierra Madre. In the Excelsior tract, at less than acreage price, single or In blocks. G. C. EDWARDS. 230 W. First st. s FOR SALE—A VALUABLE CORNER, E. Seventh st., near Maple, at a very low price. G. C. EDWARDS, 230 W. Fits; St. s FOR SALE—TWO LOTS S. W.. NEAP. University car line. $Mki each. WM. N. HOLWAY. 251 S. Broadway. 9 FOR SALE—S7OO: A FINE LOT. WEST Twelfth, near Sentous. G. C. HO WARDS, 230 W. First st. s FOR SALE—TO BUY OR SELL. BUBl ness or realty. Sec E. W. CAMPBELL. 118 S. Broadway. tf Business Property FOR SALE—3-STORY BRICK BLOCK, renting for $150 per month! central and good location: prioe $12,600, ALLEN .t BUTLER, 252 and 253 Wilsot block. 8 FOR SALE-HOTEL, 34 ROOMS. CHEAP rent; owners have other business; will soli cheap for cash. Call at The St l mont, cor. Fifth and Main sts. 8 FOR SALE —A GOOD BUY ON SPRING Ht.: price it an.l compare with anything else you can find and you'll sec v snuu. Address A., box 120, Herald.] s' Country Property FOR SALE-AT GLENDORA. A 8-ACRE olive ranch highly Improved: line sei e tion of assorted fruits; this Is a snap. ' ALLEN & BUTLER, 252 anil 2,3 \\, 1 block. » FOR SALE — GARDEN A ALFALFA patch at auction in 123, acre chunks. No vember 16. 10 a.m. CLARK'S AUCTION HOUSE, 332 W.First st.: long time given ;■: FOR SALE-3>i ACRES ON CENTRAL aye., on and near Tenth st.: will s.Il all or part of the above. Cull on MARY A. NEIMEYER. 927 Central aye. 11-12 FOR SALE-30 ACRES, FRUIT RANCH with full bearing trees, to trade for city house anil lot. SNOVER & RIIDMAN, 206 Vi S. Broadway. 8 FOR SALE—ON EASY TERMS; 20 ACRES at Duarte, In oranges and lemons: good oropnow on trees. M'KOON & RAKER, 234 W. First st. 9 FOR SALE—ALFALFA RANCH. CLOSE in; snap. 102 S. Broadway, room 6. 8 for 20 acre?, 1 mile fnetsvpowney; 10 to al falfa: good 4-room house and barn: $8600. 35 acres. 2 miles from Downey; all toal* falfa; 20 acres was cut nine times last year; JWO tier Istf* lITO 25 acres of fine land, i mile from Dow ney. good K-room house, barn, crib an* stable, for $2500. 10 acres. l J j miles from Downey; M acres in cultivation. 6 far fctosture; 2-room house, good well and «tU*H barn; $1200. 20 acres, 17 acres fine, alfalfa, cut 100 tons this year: 2 1 - to corn, 'i acre to variety fruits; good 5-room house, barn, crib, stable and chicken ppuse; $3500. 02 acres. 1 mile from Downey; about 3S to alfalfa. 2". acres in corn, 2 acres to bearing- orchardj: goo£,7rroom house; all fi need and crosis-fencea; $100 per acre. 37 acres. 2 mlies from Downey, all plow* ed and harrdwVd ready to sow in bar- Icy and alfalfas 4-room house, barn, sta ble, wagon shed; fruits for family use; $100 p.'r acre; 100 acres, I*4- miles from Downey; all good for corn*, parley, alfalfa or pasture land; ail feneqd. and cress-fenced; 2 small houses; $sn per'acre; cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years. * 1!> acres. 5 tatorangee, fruits and beets; 35 to alfalfa, which paid $iif> per acre in ivjl and $50 laat year; 3-room house, barn, crib and staMo; pood welt; $8000—$2000 cash, balance'to suit purchaser. 12 ai res, 2 miles from Downey, 20 acre*,,: to alfalfa. 12 lo soft-shell bearing wal-V nuts, 5 to com. 2 to oranges and vine yard and a variety of deciduous fruits; o-room house, barn, orjb and stable; $50;/>. 20 acres, 2 miles from Downey, 2 acres to fruits and s! 2 fine artesian wells; 17 acres to corn and beets'; 6-room house, barn, crib, staph*, henhouse and smoke-■ house; J, a cash. 3 arrets 1 mle from Downey; 1 in alfalfa, fruits for family use: line well of water and 4 hours' r un of ditch water for irri gating; good i-room house, barn, crib, stable und chicken house; #650 cash. H\u acres 1 mile from Downey; I¥> acres to apples, l i i acre to prunes, % acre t# bluegihps, \ 2 acre to atptricois, 1% acres to aJEalfa. 50 orange trees, 40 walnut trees: everything in bearing; 4-room house, barn, crib and stable; $2200. 40 acres, 1 m le from .Downey, 5 to 14 -year-old soft-shell walnuts; 35 acres as tine alfalfa- it* ibere is in this valley, sowed in March lust year and cut 7 times last s« aspn; Uavu i=ul .uuu times this year or 300 t nsi ■,-roo;it'houne; barn, crib and stable; $200 f.or lieiVv Every farm**r whoiomes to California should get a ranch in this valley; we are living in the-best: aii-thc-yoar-round cli mate on forth* 10'J miner. l *,' Itichfcs of water goes fres of cost wilb every rnnnh l sell, and only costs Pi cents tin hour each time yiu irri gate; a miner:* inch of water is equal t* 12 gallons per minute. The farmers of this section live easier, work less and makS) more (dear money than any place In lbs state. Koine of them have cut their al falfa 0 timps this seasons in this valley alfalfa in king. We cut It 7 to ii times a year, l to 2 tons per acre each cutting. It sells from $5 to $12 a ton. loose In the field. Within a rad : US of 0 miles we have 17 water companies, all owned by the farmers; If you can't make money farming in our valley, you can't make it anywhere in the United States. We have more water and cheaper water to the acre than any valley In the state, and If you'can milk cows, call hogs, cut, rake and haul alfalfa and barley hay, husk 100 bushels of corn to the acre, han dle LOO-pourd pumpkins and 100-pound citrons and walerrrietotts, raise turkeys, feed chickens, gather the eggs, get up early, ft el. happy and want to make money, ccmc and get you a ranch; now is the time to buy. while land is cheap. 8 B. M". RLYHTH, Downey, Cal. FOB SAMfi-T Nice (Pi, acre ranch, cottage, orchard, etc., In cltv limits; 5-cent car fare; line within one block; only $2500. 3 a-rcs nice land In city limits; close to car line, dnly IRKO per acrs. 11. W. COTTLE & SON. 305 "W. Second street. 8 FUR SALE -:. AMIES AT ALHAMBRA, In orangey and lemons, with 30.000 orange and h nion nursery slock ready for mar ket; good water right: only $5500 for a short time; also 77 acres all ln fruit at Glendale; price $10'J uu acre. See F. A. HUTCHINSON. 860 S. Hroadway. 8 FOR SALK-! RANCHES EACH OF 100 acres; surveyed and accepted: 50 to 30 acres tillable on each: good water; ■ house of 5 rooms and barn on one. These are cheap places and advantageous for settlement. DUJKLOP,&,fiON, room 19, [ Fulton block. New High st. 9 FOR SALE—AT SOUTH RIVERSIDE, A bi autlful ."i acres in navels and sweets oranges, "i years old, on the hill overlook ing the whole Riverside valley; only $500 cash, balance I 'long time; a' bargain. Ad dress OWNER, room -11, 113 W. Second st., Los Angeles. 8 FOR SALE—FRUIT RANCH ONE MILE from business center of Redlands: five acres each navel oranges, apricots and olives; line land: choic.: stock; partlcu- I lars. Address <\l-X>. W. MEADE, 1037 j Santee st.. Los Amve.es. to: is-25 11: 1-8 f FOR SALE—S2S AN ACRE WITH WA ter: line i-uni and, aU'alJa land; one inch with each r>-acte tract: lat.d and w;iter for rent for the clearing: can be cleared and plowed for $.1 pt r acre. WILDE & STRONG. 22S W. Fourth St. t F< >R SALE—HIGHLY IMPROVED LEM on grove at. CoVlaa; 20 acres, full water right, goo! house and buildings; $8000. Another of PJ acres In various fruit trees, $:;r.oo. :i. C. EDWARDS, 230 W. First st. t FOR SALE—2 GOOp RANCH HOMES, one $8000. 20 acres oranges and lemons; orie'ssooo,B acres praiigi s,bouse. l>arn.ete., 12 miles from city: easy terms. See own er. ROA2 DUNCAN. 145 8. Broadway. 8 FOR SALE — 10 ACRES ADJOINING city on New Main si., with o-room house, barn. etc.. well watered; owner goes east next week; n bargain on very easy terms, G. C. EDWARDS. 230 W, First st.. 8 FOR SALE- CHEAP. U). ACjtES OF FINlj sandy soil. $150 pt r at re,; 4 acres in alfal fa: nearly In tbe city limits, eastern, side. MRS. HARDEN, renting and real estate agency. Oil) S. Spring at. 8 FOR SALE-SAN GABRJ.EL; ONLY A few .*. and 10-Hcro bloi k< ltfl: water right. Now is the time to buy; if you have any thing to sell or trade E. K. ALEX ANDER. 132 S. Hrua,Uwa.v. tf FOR SALE—GARDEN A, STUAWBER* ry patch itt aurt ion iv fi and 10-acrs chunks. November bkb at 10 a.m. ('LACK'S AUCTION IKHVE. 2i;2 W. First st.; long time gi\ en. 8 FOR SA LX - 320 A< , HE6 LAN I >,200 ACRES very (int land. N acres- adjoining; the famous San Marcos ranch. Santa Bar* barbara count. $2 pr acn . J. I'OWKI-L, 331 S. Broadway. 8 FOR >U /. L - LI \ 'Li STO CX FOR SALK— 2 cheap heroes. 2 good milch cows. 10 young Jersey heifers. W he;id of Upffs and pig !.' Will sell cheap. wm. r. r< t 147 S. Broadway. FOR SA 1 j E—ON X OF TH E FINEST BAD-' die horses in city, tst sale cheap: also horse, wagon and harness! first class rig; must be sold: owner gOTpg nut of town. To he seen 22S 9, Soto St., Boyle Heights, ly ; hm mm FOR SALE HORSX FARM WAGON", harness, cultivator, plow, orchard spray, nump eos l 52?. l' l refr'gera tors for shipping east, and good cooking range, j'. U. fU),\ 700. city. 8 ; FOR SALK-:: NICE VnUNC C. »WS.GOOD stock, cheap, inquire pt JJ'dAHRY & INNES, 227 W. Second SL' 8 Fi >X SALE—A < iOOI> Fit EI" 4-Y FA H-OTD bay horse, cart sua harness. 1205 S. hj« ivest. § | FOR SALE— FINE. 4-SI'RXNO WAGON, horse and harness, cheap. 231 E. Fourth Dt. 8 ~ f —r —" ■ 1 i" 1 — K'K rtALiv-i, <u'y|.j i ~ WAGON and harness, t'tenp. 2ti7 S. Union aye. 9 t'UK SALE—NICK HAY MARK. EXTRA driver, cheap. Call 145 S. Broadway. 8 FOR SALE—FRESH COW. CALL 298 W. Sixteenth st; price $30. 10 PALMISTRY SARGASSO." THE INDIAN PALMIST • and psychometrist. rocm 4, 233 W. First I sr.. near Kroauway; readings for a few : ' ; days 50 cents. N ' S 9