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The Herald is the only Los Angeles newspaper which has printed every day during the past en months a sworn statement ol' lts~clrcvlatioh~slnce~December 31, 1894. Sworn Statement of Circulation H. S. Smith, business manager of The Los Angeles Herald, first duly sworn, de poses and says: That the circulation of said newspaper for the month of Decem ber, 1806, was as follows: December 1 11,580 2 11.565 •• 3 11,570 " 4 16,000 5 11,580 6 13,000—Sunday - 7 11,580 " 8 11,580 9 11.550 - 10 11,580 11 11,570 12 11,575 13 18,000— Sunday 14 11,670 15 11,575 16 11,575 17 12,075 18 11,580 19 11,580 •« 20 13,000—Sunday 21 11,580 22 11,060 23 11 6CO 24 ll.tOO 25.. ..11,080 " 23 11710 " 87 13,000— Sunday 28 13,i?70 " 29 11.EOO 30 11,810 31 11,840 Daily Average for Dec. 12,019 Also that the circulation of said news paper for January, 1806, was 7.347; for I February, 8,021; for March, 8,152: for j April, 8.35.U; for May, 5.408; for June, 8,435; for Julyo,2QB; tor August, 10,230: for September, 11,215; for October, U,540i for November, 12.315. H. S. SMITH. Subscribed and sworn to this 31ft day of December, 1806. (Seal) RICHARD D. LIST. Notary Public in and for Los Angeles County, State of California. The circula.hn of The Herald in Southern California and Arizona is larger than that of any other news paper published. SPECIAL NOTICES . JOHN H. COKE, I Real Estate, 1 Has Removed Ills Office to j No. 2, Bryson Block. (Second Floor,) Cor. Second and Spring Sts. — Take Elevator. • v bTsiNESS NEWSPAPER-THE DAILY Journal; a business newspaper; publish tug all tlu county ctfVlal records, rea. estate transfers, mortgages and liens, building news, contract work, financial news, and all to ws relating to the re sources and development of Southern California ar.d the great territory o: th- southwest. Ore dollar per month, or In advance $M per year. 22. A\ .I' Irs: St., Los Ange!«s, Cal. NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY Water Co. will strletiy enforce the foi- i lowing rules: The hours for sprinklinc are b-tweeu the hours of 0 and (.oclock g. m. and 0 and 8 ocloi k p. m. For a \lo- i latlon of the above regulation; 'he water ■ . will be shut off and a line of $2 will be , charged before the- water will be turned j . on again. 11 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 ar.d price list of the Aiixar.der Wei l tract or ca'l for particulars on RICHARD ALT SCHUL. sole agent. S Broadway. If NATURES GREATEST CURIOSITIES: a novelty. Nature's own production, val uable, useful and beneficial. A marvel in Itself. Send 10 cents in money or stamps lor thri c id' these wonderful en a- Hons. Address BEN FERGUSON, room 417. Stimson block. '» IF MRS. FRANK M'LAN E OR ANY OF her children a:.- i ow living in Los An geles, please- write to me at Bourne. Ba ker county, Ore., or see manager of San- i tee street Mercantile Co.. en Pico and Santee sts.. in Los Angeles. MRS. E. M. BTEGALL. 7 ! FE RSONAL- (; E N T LEMEN'S CLOTHES cleaned, clyed and renovated by a new process which does not shrink or put the clothes out cf shape; all work guaranti < BOSTON STEAM DYE WORKS. 25(1 New High et, Telephone Main 451. 2-7-: 7 MRS. L. B. CLEVELAND WILL LEC ture on Wednesday. 2."'' p.m. a; First Presbyterian Sunday ."hue,!, cnr. Flg ueroa and Twentieth sts. Subject: Health and Beauty Of Women. Admission free. All ladies invited. 8 THE INVESTOR (1. A. DOBINSON, ED itor. Published Thursdays. Devoted to the financial interests of Southern Cali fornia; $3.00 per annum, fin sale al principal news stands. Office, 4 Bryson block, Los Angeles. tf WELL BORERB ATTENTION—WE make a specialty of well casing. Orders given prompt attenth.n. Prices beyond competition. THOMPSON & BOYLE, 310 Requena Bt., Los Angeles. s-7-47 LADIES. HAY E YOUR DRESS SKIRTS Cleaned, rebound and pressed Jusl like new om s. Prices moderate. BOSTON DYE WORKS, 256 New High Bt., t i. 454, 2-7-s:_ IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL REM. ! estate in tills city or loan or borrow j money on mortgage, call on RICHARD ALTsCHuI. 408 s. Broadway. tf SWISS LADY. WHO SPEAKS FRENCH and German, wishes to take care of one j or two children In Ann rlcati famliv Ad- i dress A. J„ box 30, Herald. il ! FANNY L. HOLLIDAY. HAIR DRESS- Ing. shampooing, manicuring mid scalp treatment for dandruff. 22'J W. Fourth St.. room 2. " 1-5*97 Removed a. morris, pawnbrok er, removed from SOU N. Main to 119 S. Main, :: doors north of Mott market, n GOOD QUALITY WALLPAPER TO COV er 12-foot room. $1: ingrain. $3. border in cluded. WALTER, 218 W. Sixth St. if LOST AND FOUND WILL THE yoL'NG MAN To WHOM I yesterday gave my straw traveling basket In store near Third on Broadway, please return same with conti tits. .\',j questions asked. E. (j Lost—jan. 4, pair gold spec'l'a olesl in. hanging, ease, on Broadwiy "or t Spring st. Flride; 1 leave with CONHADI 113 S. Spring St., und receive reward, 1, LOST-ONE GENTLEMAN'S ('LUSTER scarf pin. live diamonds- return to F VAC'H E ft CO., 337',i ' 'ommi reial at., ami recelvu reward. 1; FOUND SAM. THE CH AMPION HORSE ' Clipper. !2o N. Broadway; gentle horst. . $1; term-, cash. '■" - - - - - r . SPECIALISTS DR. R G. ROLLINS. OPTHALMIO opl liclan, with Los Angeles Optical In- , stitute; eyes examined fret 212 S So-iv st. HELP WANTED—MALE ; HIJMI!dEL^ROS."&^ EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. California Bank Building. ■ 300-302 W. Second street. In basement. Telephone 509. A strictly first-class, reliable agency. Ail kinds of help promptly furnished. Your orders solicited Office open from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., except Sundays. MEN'S DEPARTMENT. Bushel man. 510 to Jl2 pi r week: butcher. Arizona. $4t> etc.; boy for dairy. $10 etc.: partner for bakery, country. $75 cash; dairy of 60 cows with all appurtenances, $2200, $1000 cash. HOTEL DEPARTMENT. I Second cook, restaurant, $. etc., per week: baker's helper. $4 etc.. per week: good paving restaurant for sale, seat 24, ' $175. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT House girl, family 2, good cook. $20: house girl, plain cook. $15: experienced nurse for 2 children, with references. $2, I etc.; French nurse girl. $25: house girl. Pasadena, BO: house girl, family 4. coun try. $20: German or Swiss house girl, ! family 2, $20: house girl, plain cook, coun try. $20. employer here today : house girl, beach. $15. HO TEL DEPARTMENT. Laundress, hotel, country. $25: wait ress, flmt-class hotel, $2t). employer here 1" a.m.: waitress, country. $15. HUMMEL BROS, ft CO. : WANTED EMPLOYMENT AGENCY— MBS. FRANK E ADAMS. Reliable help furnished: male end female: city and I country, 145 N. Spring st. su we fr 1-S I WANTED—IF FRANK ROUGEY WILL 1 call at the business office of The Herald ! he -Rill learn something greatly to bis advantage. 9 WANTED- 1 NDUSTRIAI. NSURANCE 1 men: 15times; lSpereent: no reserve held. Room s. German-American bank build- j j Ing. tf_ WANTED—AN AMERICAN WISHES I situation as salesman or as coachman: speaks Spanish well. A. R., box 190, Her ald. T ■ WANTED—YOUR PATRONAGE. REI.T -1 able help furnished promptly. REID'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 125 W. First St. tf WANTED—HELP FREE AND SlTUA tions. s. Broadway. E. NITTIN GER. tf WANTED A GOOD STRONG BOY. AP ply at the rug factory, 034 S. Broad way. 5 HELP WANTED—FEMALE ; WANTED—DELAMORTOK DRESS CUT ting system; the most perfect In use. In structions fre< : lessons not limited. La dies bring goods, cut and make yc.pr dress ! with us. Come and prove our work. Dressmaking solicited, prices reasonable: satisfaction guaranteed. Agents wanted. 315*4 s. Spring st. 1-0-97 WANTED-BRIGHT YofNG LADY IN law office: Instruction in stenography and typewriting, wvh opportunity to study given a- compansatien for services. State age and extent of schooling, Ad dress P. O. boxidi. City. S WANTED—GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. German preferred. No. 980 W. Ninth st. 7 StTLA TIONS WANTED—MALB WANTED—SITUATION ON RANCH BY man and Wife: no chlldMn; man under stands orchard work: wife la good all round conk; strong and able tocook fora number of hands. H. H. HILL. Clare mont, Cai. 3 t; WANTED—SITUATION BY FlRST class Japanese cook In private family; good references given. Address NAJAI, 42a N. Main St 7 WANTED—WORK BY A YOUNG MAN: 1 any kind of light work: reference D de- ' sired. Address E. M„ W- a S. Los Ange les st. 6 WANTED—I WANT TO DO CARPEN ter work for a good horse, harness or other trade. AddressA. 11., box 10. Her- : WANTED—SIO TO ANYONE THAT WILL get me work of any kind, sailor by trade, want to quit. Address A. 0,, box 7' l , Her ald l! WANTED—AQENTS WANTED— ANTHONY OOMSTOCK HAD the Inventor of the Pocket Kinescope, diving pictures), arrested. W&guarantee protection to agents. Send 12 cents for sample. FRANK BROS., 41 Ann St., New- York. 2-G WANTED—SOLICITORS. LADIES OP. j gentlemen: life and accident Insurance; I liberal commission. Inquire '.0 to 12 a.m.. 1 room 111 Wilson block. M. B. HOWARD. I District Manager. if WANTED—AGENTS, LADIES OR GEN tlemen, to canvass: salary $40 mon'h guaranteed, Address W. T. PAGE, Santa Fi Springs, Cab 12-:".|-f ] WANTED—TO BORROW WANTED—TO BORROW $19,000 ON $80,000 worth of inside property; gilt edge. E. E. DAVIS, attorney, cilices I, 2, 3 Los An geles Theater building. WANTED—SBSOO ON 960 ACRE RANCH: all cultivated; best ranch In Lancaster valley: will be recommended by president i.f a well-known savings bank. For par ticulars apply to R. ALTSCHUL, 40S S. Broadway. tf WANTED—MONEY: S3 IN 2 LOTS. close In to oil region, 10 per cent GUAR ANTY TRUST ft COLLECTION Co.. 57 Bryson blk, WANTED—TO KENT HOUSES WANTED—HOUSES TO RENT; OUR house renting department la in dally re- j colpt of iuijufrii - fee housi s. vacant and furnished. List your houses with us ami I Hire tenants. THE GOWEN-EBERLE Co.. 117 s. Broadway. 0 WANTED—WE HAVE A CALL FOR house about 5 rooms, price $1500. Also one larger, price $,i,'txj: southwest prefer red. A quick sale if propert vls suitable and price right. THE GOWEN-EBERLE I'< 1.. 1 IT S. Broadw ay., 6 wanted—partners "' "" WANTED—PARTNKif WITH ,\HoUT $890 to $500 in the liquor business: must 1,.. steady and sober. Address A. A., box WANTED- TO BUY LIVE STOCK WANTED - A GENTLE HORSE. GOOD Sise, free driver, sound and no tricks, for its keep; with or without the privil ege of purchasing; to be used by ladles in carriage. Address r„ box 110, Her ald. n WA.\ TED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED -TO RENT A FURNISHED dining room in a large first-class house by a l.uiy wiio tlioroughlv understands th 1 business, a. 0.. box 170, Herald. 7 WANTED—ALL KINDS FURNITURE for spin ei,,;h; highest prices ottid. LEW IS ft ALDERBON, 120 S. Spring st.; tele phone black 1571. tf WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS BICYCLE: will do cement work to pay for same. 408 San Pedro st. (; c— : —! _——— FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE-CAM il V TOP 2-BSATED wagon, ;s strong harness, bone 'i wenty-first st. 1; FOR BALE—A BASS \ fOL. ALMOST AS good as BOW, lor Bale 1 heap ttL 227 ; •S. spring s;.. upstairs. "~ FOR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN GbUANTL* th s to suit at this office. WATCHMAKING PLAIN GOLD WEDDING RINGS ILL ' jls»« 1"d weights, best quality only, w J. GETZ, jeweler. ::,?,•; s. Broadway, tf liOS A3STGBLES HERALB: WEBj\TSSiiATr HIOR"NT3yG, JA-NTJABY 6, 18»T. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITES YOUR~BPARE MONEY INVEST:: 1> IN guaranteed dividend-paying minim; will earn you from 12 to 100 per ceni pi r annum. 12 per cent of which a banker here will guarantee. For our proposition anil prospectus call at rooms IS and 10, No. 3j'l South Broadway. THK VOLCANIC COPPER MINING AND SMELTING COMPANY. 1-22 FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN: A FlRBT olass fruit and provision store; stock consists of fruits, vegetables, groeeres. cigars, tobacco, etc: first class location on principal street; low rent; I living rooms In rear: stable, etc: will invoice stock. \V. E. COONS, Santa Monica. 9 FOB SAI.K-A STKICTI.Y FIRBT-CI.AS X manufacturing business at less than In voice; doing rushing business. Tills Is no take; Investigate: owner leaving cily; price. $500. SHIELDS ft BROWN, 11.:'. S. Broadway. tf FOR SALE—THE WELL KNOWN HOL itnbeck restaurant In the new mining camp of Randsburg, Kern county. Cal.: full particulars by addressing the pro prietors, HANNAH ft OENSII LEA. 0 FOR SALE—ONE OF THE FINEST AND oldest established grocery stores in the city. None except parties with cash or unincumbered city property need apply. Address X. V.. box 20. Herald. tf FOR BALE nitre, STORE IN CENTER Ot city, clearing over $200 net cash pi r month; price. 12900 cash; will invoice (MOO; owner sick: must sell; principals only. Inquire at 2(5t: S. Main st. 7 FOR BALE—HOTEL M ROOMS, OF flce furniture, billiard tables. low rent, cheap for cash: owners havo other business. Call at the. Belmont, cor. Fifth and Main sts. tf FOR BALE—GROCERY ON HILL ST.. cash trade $20 day: cheap »ent, living rooms. SHIELDS ft BROWN, 118 MI S. Broadway. tf WANTED—A PARTNER; A SNAP FOP. the right woman with tne in a standard business. MRS. WILLIAMS, 543 S, Ollvi St. . S FOB SAL'S! -CHOICE RESTAURANT; genteel location; a great bargain: $430. I. D. BARNARD. 11l N. Broadway. 6 FOR SALE—FINE POULTRY STORE; choice fixtures and a paving trade; (175. I. D. BARNARD, in N. Broadway. 0 FOR BALE—CHOICE BAKERY 1N A I country town: large trade: a bargain: $:'.*,o. | 1. I). BARNARD, 111 N, Broadway. 0 i ■or. BALE—A FINE MEAT MARKET; splendid location, big paying trade; $975, I. I>. BARNARD, llI*N. Broadway. 8 FOR SALE—A BARGAIN; BTORE building, goods, fixtures, two living looms, stable; $U5O. t>2:i W. Fifth s*.. 8 roil sale-good larxnitv route: pa> s W'i per month: cheap tor cash. Ad dress A, N„ box 9>\ Herald. FOR SALE—PAVE 20 PER CENT ON your printing. JONES PRINTING CO., 220 W. First st. tf FOR SALE — CITY NEWSPAPER routes. Apply C. G. SPRING, Herald business ofllce. tf INSURANCE POLICIES BOUGHT FOB cash. GEO. TOTTLE CO., 212 S. Broad way, tf •'OH SALE-AT A BARGAIN: $1000; No tion and dry goods buslm s?. so. w. sixth St. !) IO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS SEE I. D. BARNARD. 11l N. Broadway, tf 'OR SALE—A GOOD SALOON. AD AMS! A. S.. box 160, Herald, 7 FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSES •'OR " BALE—AN" &-ROGM LODGING' house on spring st.. cloße to the business part of city: elegantly furnished: all new: will sell at a great sacrifice, as owner must go to old country. See BEN WHITE. 221 W. First St., for a bargain. 1-23 ?OH SALE—LODGING HOUSE, 20 rooms, elegantly furnished in antlepje. oak. new. Moquette and body Brussels carpets; desirable lease: central location. THOB. L. NEAL, 819 Stlmson block, 7 FININCIAL B. COHN— The Los Angeles pawnbroker, 145 N. Main street, loan? money on diamonds, watches, jewelry, llrenrms, pianos, li braries, and all oilier collateral securities: also sells unredeemed pledges for money loaned and one month's Interest added; make no mistake, i: is the reliable. L. B. COHN". the Los Angeles pawnbroker. 9-10 lONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS— On diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, sales, lodging houses, hotels and private household furniture; interest reasonable, money Quick; private office for ladles. G M. JONES, rooms 14 anil 10, 242tj S.Broad way, adjoining city hall. 2S-tt VANTED—PARTIES HAVING MONEY to loan Would do wt ii to send par loulafs of amount and rate of interest expected. We have frequent calls for loans. THE GOWEN-EBERLE CO., 117 S. Broad way, ti kIONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE, waches, diamonds, pianos, sealskins ar.d livestock; interest reasonable; pri vate office for ladies;*business confiden tial. C. C. LAMB, 226 5. Spring ft., room _37. S-21-tf TO LOAN—A BARREL Ol MONEY ON diamonds, pianos, furniture and all lirst class securities; business confidential. creasingEß. 247 S. Broadway, rooms 1 ti nil 2. 5-23-'.f HONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS. watches, jewelry, piano.-, carriages, bi cycles, all kinds of persona! and collateral security. LEE BROS, 4C2 S. Spring st. tf PO LOAN—MONEY IN BUMS TO silT WILLIAM F. BOSBYSHELL, 10-It-tf 107 S. Broadway. POINDEXTER /t WADSWORTH, ROOM 359 Wilcox building, lend money on any good real estate; building loans made. If you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. tf HONEY TO LOAN ;SH)O TO $5000, IN SUMS to suit: no delays. CONTINENTAL Xi II.DING AND LO,} N ASS< ICIATH IN, 120 W. Second st., Wilcox building. tf i'O LOAN -CHEAP MONEY; $5000 TO $80, -000 to Iran on really or collateral, at 5 or i; pei- cent net per annum. LEE A. M'CONNELL, 115 S. Broadway. 4-;: I'O LOAN—UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR small loans; no commission; light ex pense. SECURITY loan AND TRUST CO., 22; S. Spring St. I'HE OWL LOAN CO. LOANS ON JEW elry, diamonds, etc.; cash paid for oil Jewelry, go;d or silver. 11914 s. Spring st., up stairs. Iniu'.f HONEY TO LOAN-LOW EST RATES ON real estate, personal notes or security. JOHN 1.. PAVKOVICH, 220 VV. First. ATTORNEYS AT LAW dORGAN ft KEPPEL, LAW AND COL lections; solicitors of American and for eign patents; copyrights procured; labels and trademarks registered. Pacific coast oftiee of A. W. Morgan & Son. Washington, D. C, Los Angeles, Office, 31. Byrne bldg. tc .IfIEN EARLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Offices, Bullard bUlUling, entrance room 420; telephone Black 1115. 7-24-97 IROSSEAU ft MONTGOMERY Attorneys at Law' IMBradbu ry block, Loa Angeles, if INVESTORS 'OINDEXTERft WADSWORTH.' BROK ers, Room ".OS Wlicox building, buy and sell bank stocks, stn - - improvement bunds, city ami county warrants:, etc. Parties witli money. In large- or small amounts, can find soud Investments Ihl'U'e;!! US, e_2 PIANOS lAQNIFICENT NEW BRIGGS PIANOS for gale and to rent a: lIS Winston St., 1 -', • 1 the main postofflce. A. G. GARD NER AND WIFE, ornoi Lu^rg. rr !; EN r-ECRNTSHED.ONE OF'rilG indsoniest places In Los Angeles; old Longstreet place; the house Is commo dious, lately remodeled nnd newly deco rated; has every modern convenience; new sanitary plumbing; three bath rooms: the grounds are large and fell of rare and beautiful old trees. Apply 2400 S. Flower st. tf FOR RENT—HOI'SF/OF 10 lb a IMS JUST completed, on Wiishire Bou'evnrd tract, m ii- Westlake park: all modern conven iences: porcelain bath, frescoed, etc. See WILSHIRE CO.. offices corner Seventh and Broadway and on the tract, tf FOR RENT—SIS: 5 ROOMS. BATH. 822 Stanford aye.: $14. 70s. also 770. San .lose St.; $16.50. 6 rooms, bath, barn: 770. also rSI Kohler Bt, T. WIESENDANGER, 227 W. Second St. ' FOR RENT—FREE: FURNISHED; \ beautiful home for small family. 7 blocks from city hall: must board owner and wife. 11. F. ft E. R. lIOSMER, 410 S, Broadway. 0 FOR RENT—MODERN HOUSE OF 9 rooms: stable, gas, nice yard: 9tS 8. Flower st.; low rent to right party; see owner. It. VERCH, room So Temple block. 3 5 7 FOR RENT—HOUSE OF 9 BOOMS. AN D barn, on Ninth St., near Alvarado St., or for sale. Inquire at tho Belmont, cor. Fifth ar.d Main sts. tf FOR RENT—SEE COTTLE A SON. 395 W. Second St.; new bargains; for rent, eaU- or exchange. tf FOR BENT -COTTAI .V. OF 7 ROOMS, ON Olive St.. bet. Eighth und Ninth. Apply S3S S. Olive. 8 FOR RENT—GRANT'S SYSTEM TONIC does care Kidney and Stomach trou bles, tf FOR BENT—7-ROOM HOUSE. BARN, all conveniences. 1300 Qlrard st. 6 FOR RENT —GRANT'S SYSTEM TONIC. IITVi W. Second st. tf FOR RENT—COTTAGE OF 3 BOOMS. 7so E. Third st. 6 FOR RENT—B-ROOM COTTAGE, 318 S. H .pt .-'. t FOR RENT—ROOMS^^ FOR RENT—COMFORTABLE 5-ROOM cottages; near electric line: with bah. etc.. only $8, water paid: cheapest houses in Los Angeles. POINDEXTER ft WADSWORTH. 3"S Wlicox building. 2-2 FOI; "1: ENT-i 101' SE X E EPI NG ROOMS: two or three; large and pleasant; newly decorated; fine bath room and gas. second lloor of private hens.: very low rent to two in family. 445 Beamlry aye. 7 FOR RENT— ONE. TWO OR THREE furnished or unfurnished rooms: all mod ern conveniences; private family. Call mornings 960 S. Broadway. 7 FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED rooms. $I.5'J up per week: rooms from 25c to 50c per nigh:. BUSS HOUSE, cor. First and Los Angelea sts. 1-2-97 FOR RENT- FURNISH ED ROOMS.PAR- Ior suite, suitable for two or three per sons. 11. F. .'1- E. R. HOSMEB, 410 S. Broadway. g FOR RENT—SUNNY ROOMS, HOTEL Baltimore. Everything modern, home like. Steam heat. Seventh and Olive sts. 1-8-00 FOR RENT—NEWLY FURNISHED rooms. $1.25 per week and up, single or en suite; bail;: transient; 9391s E. First at. 1-12-97 FOR RENT—2 FRONT ROOMS. S2 PER week: sunny rooms. $1.25: also 25 cents per night 510 S. Spring St. 1-12 FOR RENT—I FRONT ROOM FUR nlshed or unfurnished; new house, pri vate family. 6418. Hope St. tf FOR RENT—ONE NICE.SUNNY FRONT room, cheap; also two rooms for light housekeeping. 220 111 st. 10 ■•'OR RENT—UNFURNISHED: A NICE BUnhy suite, good location; light house keeping. Set S. Hope St. 7 FOR RENT — NEWLY FURNISHED rooms from $8 a mouth up at the OLIVE INN. 337 S. Olive St. tf [•OB K1.. - ."' - -- NICELY FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping, with piano. 626 X Broadway. 6-17-tf FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FUR nlshed rooms; $1.50 to $2. N ITT INGE It's, 451 S. Hope. tf FOR RENT—FURNISH ED ROOMS; PRl vate family; reasonable rates. 1016 S. Hope st. Foi: RENT—B ROOMS FURNISHED for housc-keping, close in, 211 W. Fifth St. C FOP. RENT—-FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping. 221 V. W. Seventh st. tf FOR RENT—2 OR :! SUNNY ROOMS FOR housekeeping. 642 S. .Main st. 3-4-H FOR"RENT—GRANT'S SYSTEM TON- Is. Pi,'j \v. Si coiid st tf I OR RENT-S 7 ORES • olf RHNT-2 i-'INE' STORE ROOMS. with basements; can be used together or separately; 519 and 521 S. Broadway. WM. H. AVERY, 113 8. Broadway. tf FOR RENT—STORE AND OFFICE toum in y. m. c. A. building, Broadway, bet. Second and Third. Inquire at Y. M. C. A. Ofllce. tr For RENT—STORE ROOM ON MAIN st., at Washington Gardens. T. L. NEAL. room 2, Los AngeleS theater bldg. tf cOR RENT-FINE LARGE BRICK store With basement. 212 B. Third st. In quire- at 800 S. Los Angeles St, tf icr rent- heal estate Hor rent - 40 acres. P' miies from Downey, win 5-i oem house, barn, crib and small or chard; 25 acres to alfalfa, balanoe for corn or barley: will put in 7 good milk oows, 2 work horses, and all tt.e farming Implements for this year, lMn. for $850. Come and se ■ It : do not wait to write. Downey and Rivera. 12 miles southeast of Lest Angeb s. In the Los Nletos valley, I- th" best all round farming country on earth. B. M. BLYTHE. i FOX RENT—MISCELLANEOUS •OR'RENT- -I iODGE ROOM AT DRUID'S hall, Downey block, every Monday, Wed nesday, Thursday and Friday, Inquire FALLANDY, 117 Commercial st. if •'OR RENT - LODGE ROOM AT TUR KS* hail: every lirst and third Friday of each month. Inquire of janitor, lltf MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY fAPOR AND SALT BATHS. GREAT In-ip tor rhi umatlsm. German aud Swiss methods of treatment given by cxperl e need Ocrmi n nunc . 415% S. Spring st. 2-5 !AY! DID SOU EVER TRY AN ELEC trio vapor bath with thorough Swedish massage. If not call at 511 Ceres aye. MRS. I'll- MAYER, proprietress. tf HISS PEA PL RAYMOND GIVES MAS sage, magm tic and alcohol treatments at 419' i S.Maln st. parlors 24 and 25, third lloor. " 1-11 MISS HANi o('K. VAPOR BATHS, Bolentlllc m .--age. magnetic rubbings. 312 S. Hill St., rooms A and B. s BDITH ANWAY, FORMERLY OF BOS ton, gives Xi t,nine alcohol rubbings; no rivals, 2_2 S. Matt), room 3. 1-15-97 MME. RALPH .PROM THE EAST'THER maI vapor baths and massage. Rooms I and-6. 2:1.: W. First st. 1-1 s JELL FA V RETURNED-GIVES MAG hetle and massage treatment. |4M£ N. Main st., room ii. . 1-2. rt-'LIA MANSFIELD; 4VVt 8. .MAIN ST., rooms 5 and li. manicuring. 7 PRUITSAt ,UDWIG ,M- ilA'i ALE and retail tr tt 11 o'l'T MARKET, 133 tf MEDIUMS MRS. HELEN ALLA N, E N<3 LISH PAL M -Ist and clairvoyant healer. Just returned from successful mining investigations; reliable advice for miners and specula tors. Try Mrs. Allan's wonderful heal ing power. Nervous troubles instantly relieved. Free readings and treatments Mondays. Hours I<> to 8 p.m.; suite 21. Hotel Florence, Main St., opp. Turn vereln hall. 12 MRS. PARKER, PALMIST. CLAIRVOY nnt and medium; lite reading, bualnei removals, law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Take Third St. electric car to Vermont aye. and Vine st. Sec ond house on Vine st. west of Vermont aye. tf MRS. WALKER. CLAIRVOYANT AND life business rending medium; nil business affairs of life looked Into for the advancement of your future, fllvos read ings dally from II a. m. to 8 p. in. titty S. Spring st. 3-17-P7 MRS. 1). B. WATERHOUSB, MAGNETIC healer: cures rheumatism and all chron ic diseases; also, permanent cure of to bacco habit. Rooms I* and 19, MM S. Broadway. Los Angeles. 9 I'ROE. FRED EVANS, THE WELL known medium for Independent slate writing, can be seen for a short lime only at the Portland, -tlt'ii Spring St.; ofllce hours 10 till 4. 1-17 .MRS. STAN LEV, CELEBRATED CLAlR voyant. reads your entire past, present nnd future; satisfaction or no pay; ladies only 50 cents. 6108.Broadway, room 19.1-12 AGNES 11. PLEASANCE, DEAD trance spirit medium and clairvoyant. Sittings dally; hours. 10 to 5. Removed to ItSVt s. Spring st., cor. Fourth St, if MME. LEO. TIIE RENOWNED CARD reader and forecaster, will tell the past, present and future: prices reasonable. "Tho Golden West." 526 Mnple aye. 1-15 M ItS. BARRETT ELLIS MEDIUM. WILL tell you everything you wish to know: Price 50 cents. Downey block, rootttatand 6, cor. Temple and N. Main sis. 3-1S MRS. D. N. PLACE, 220 N. 11 ILL ST.. gives sittings daily; circles Thursday evenings: will leave for San Francisco the last of this week. 1-16 MME. GRACE. CARD READER, HAS returned 1 ; tells pa-st, present ar.d future. Ladies only 50 cents. 051) Maple aye., cor. Seventh st. 1-23 ELL A M, WHITE TRANCE CLAlR voyant anil business medium. Readings daily except Sunday. 215 S. Hill st. 1-19 MME. VALLIANT, CLAIRVOYANT AND curd reader. 222 S. Spring St., room U, over Owl drug store. 1-10-97 .MRS. ROBERTS, CLAIRVOYANT AND card reader. Room 30, The Yorke, Main and Second sts. 1-27 OCCULT CARD RE AI) 1 UsT- Uesa, love, tests. SOc, COS 1 ; S. Broadway, room 20. 7 WYLLIE, 4SU4 S. Spring ST., BPlRlT ualistlc photographer, Call and see for yourself. 1-10 EDUCATIONAL Ni>W 1.-1 A VERY QOOD TIME TO EX -11 l' upon a. course of study at t he Los An gi li s 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 teachers; intensely practical courses of study. Branches taught: Bookkeeping, arithmetic, grammar, correspondence, spelling, penmanship, banking, business practice, business forms, oommccinl law, commercial geography, clvlcs.sborthat.il. typewriting, telegraphy, assaying. Do l ot delay, bui begin at once if you tire ready, so as to finish by the time business revives. Call at tho college, or write for superb new catalogue giving full infor mation. 2-26-7 WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE ON c.uporated)' 226 S. Spring st.. is the oiliest and largest commercial school in South ern California; the most beautiful col lege rooms and equipment to be found, in the state: elevator lor papils' 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 emirs' 1 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. THE COLLEGIATE SCHOOL Eoli BOYS and young men has moved to 1038 W. Sev enth St.. the fifth house, above Pearl. Rales of tuition reasonable. For par ticulars call upon or address the princi pal. ANSELM B. BROWN. A. M„ (Yale.) U-lmo FROEBEL INSTITUTE iCASA DE Rosas) training school for klndorgar; nerS; also school for boys ami girls of ai! uredfis. Fall term begins September 22d. PROF, ai d MME. LOUIS CLAVERIE, 8-7-1 y GIRLS' OOI.I.EGIATJ-: SCHOOL. 191S-22-2I S Grand ay- 1 .; home aud day shooi. MISS PARSONS and MISS DENNEN. principals. 2-6-07 POYNTON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS only: enter Jan. llthl positions secured; Etchers supplied. 525 Stlmson blk. 6-SO-tf SINGING—A GENTLEMAN WANTS singing lessons and practice: send term to address A. H., box 60, Herald. o FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE^ FOR EXCHANGE—6, 10 OR 15 ACHES. Close to oil y, southwest, or. Vermont aye ; $45i • mortgage $140"; Tor small house or [Ota :-i city; will assume some too. Alfalfa in id close to Florence, in. 15, 20 or 40 acres. $1500 to $5000, clear, for good city and good land and ranches at On tario and other places for city property. EDWARD FRASER, 210 S. Broadway. 7 FOR EX<' HANGE —10-ROOM HOUSE, bath, lurge barn, first-class in all points fee home place, 2 1 - acres land with all kinds fruits and flowers, lawn, water, chicken house and yards for $500; on good corner, southwest; price, $5000, mortgage $2001 : fur f-mal! ranch or acres in or clo'e to city, or will sell at a bargain, ED WARD FRASER, 210 S. Broadway. 7 FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD 12-ROOM house and corner lot, close In; price. $6000. '.Modern 9-room house and lot. Flower St., I ear Tenth. 0-room bouse and choice .oi ner. Vermont aye. ft. VERCH, room -i Temple nluck. 3 5 7 j7olt EXCHANGE FINELY FURNISH od, centrally located hotel of 50 rooms, to exchange tor real estate, city or coun try, Improved or un mproved: value, $0000. A. H., box 190, Herald. FOR EXCHANGE- PHAETON IN FIRST class condition tor a surrey not too heavy; most be in good condition. Address H. G. MILLER, can count) clerk. tf FOR UXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS FDR EXCHANGE GROCERY IN SUB? urbs: i n- 1 ' trade 120 day; want clear prop erty: Invoice value $800, SHIELDS & BROWN, IIBV4 S. Broadway. tf p. iR EXCHANGE—A GOOD RAMBLER cycle for horsi. Apply 410 S. Main St. 7 DENTISTS PENN, DENTAL CO. 120 V. S. SPRING si Gas specialists; painless extraction with gas. Teeth filled with gold, silver, cement and all known materia] for the cost of material, -7-97 PA DENTAL CO. —5 YEARS IN LOBAN geles. I- in Wilcox bldg., cor. Second and Spring, Painless extracting. A good s. ■ of i ci th for $0. 5-13-.17 ADAMS BROS. — DENTAL PARLORS, i. H Spring st.;nalhlesa extracting and fiuim plate $6, $f. Bo; all work guaran teed; established 10 years; hours s-.V,Suit- DB c STEVENS ft SON. DENTISTS, 107 •;. Spring "t.. rooms is and 10, Schu macher blk ■ painless filling and extract in:;. 13-lf DR. D. P.. WILDER. COH. SEVENTH and Main sts., devotes especial attention i correcting Irregularatles of the teeth, tt FRANK STEVENS. 824*4 S. SPRING ST., open duys anil-evenings; also Sundays; electric light. DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, 1084* S. Spring st., rooms i, 6 and 7; painless ex tracl ion. Houses and Lots FOR BALE— THE BEAUTIFUL THE WILSHIRE BOULEVARD THE BEAUTIFUL WILSHIRE ■ BOULEVABD 120 FEET WIDE THE WILSHIRE BOULEVARD FOR SALE Wo havo .lust completed a modern 9 room house, which we will sell on Install ments at cost price. This house WM built to Improve our adjoining lots In the Wiishire boulevard tract, nnd we do not look to make a profit on It. The bouse has porcelain bath, large cellar. Phillips' sanitary heater. Is wired for electricity, walls frescoed .etc.. and is first-< lass In every resoect: fence around back yard, lawn and Mowers set out. etc.: ready for lintne dlate occupancy; lot til feel frontage. The Wiishire Boulevard tract, situated bet ween Sum ci park and Westlake park, and bisected by the Wiishire boulevard, connecting the two parks. Is uneiuestion ably the finest property offered for sale in the cltv of Los Angeles; elevation 800 feet above sen level, 100 feet above Flg ueroa, secures immunity from frost and good drainage. The Wiishire boulevard, with sidewalk 50 feet wide. 20 feet grass and 10 cement, is the "show street of the city, anil marks the bognnng of our future Chain of boulevards. To home builders we will make conces sions for Immediate Improvements. Lots for sale; price, $900 and upward. Lots all at least m feel fronl, und some 100x162%, large and small: nil lots are sold with alignment clause. Sewers and 4-lnCh east-iron wafer pipes now laid In flic streets. Notice the cement gutters: greut Im provement over the boulder gutter. For further particulars see THE WILSHIRECO., elfflces Seventh and Broadway. Tel. main 140. And— Seventh and Park View, On the Wiishire Boulevard tract. Tel. blnck 1611. THE BEAUTIFUL WILSHIRE BOULEVARD THE BEAUTIFUL WILSHIRE BOULEVARD 120 FEET WIDE THE BEAUTIFUL WILSHIRE BOULEVARD tf FOR BALE—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. scfhool: these lots are forty feet wide, and have an alley of lo feet' prices $240, J2SO and $325: $10 down. $10 per month. Call on C. A. SMITH. 218 W, First st. if FOB SALE—LOTS. HOUSES IN WlL shire Boulevard Iract. facing Westlaka park: streets sewered, sidewalks laid, trees planted, ocean view, loam soil. frostlCSS, fresh air: close prices to first purchasers; longtime. WILSHIRE CO., offices corner Seventh and Broadway and on the tract. tf FOR thTjTJe ts no PROSPERITY for the seller: but for the buyer ALL THAT M'KINLET PROMISED in the new bargains we offer In real es tate. 11. W. COTTLE & SON, 806 W. Sec ond st. '« FOR SALE- $750 CASH; VERY PRETTY new house. 4 rooms, each 12x14. bath, closets, sewered and 40 foot lot. olose to Central aye. The best cash bargain In this cltv: White st.. Vernon. T. WIES ENDANGER, 227 W. Second st. 6 FOR SALE—S2SOO-A FIRST-CLASS Moll ern 6-room cottage: cellar, cement walks, fence, barn, etc.; East Adams st, a lew steps from Central aye.: cash, $100or$200: balance monthly to suit. Inquire al 12) S. Spring st. $-6 FOR SALE- A BARGAIN; $..»; 4 AN !> 6 room bouses, corner on Main St.: will pay 20 per cent on your money. Call .and look at this property as son?, as you can for it will pay. LOTSPEICH & BOYD, « : s. Broadway. 6 FOR SALE-TWO 7-ROOM HOUSES, cheap for investment: sure renting prop erty. $2n each; very near power house; can be bought much undervalue. Apply to OWNER, 502 W. Sixth st. e-o-d-l-S-07 FOR SALE—S29O; LOT, SAN JOSE ST.. bet. Seventh and Eighth. $l"o. Stanford aye.. near Eighth. $150 for 40-foot lo; near Central aye.. In South End tract. T. WIESENDANGER, 227 W. Second st. 7 FOR SALE-HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS AND barn, on Ninth st.. near Alvarado St.: cheap for cash. Inquire of OWNERS a' the Belmont, cor. Fifth and Main sts. tf FOB SALE—HOUSES BUILT AND SOLD on monthly payments: have some pretty homes ready now. J. C. ELLIOTT, 450 S. Broadway; office open evenings. 1-6-07 FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. BASSETT & SMlTH.Pomona.Cal. 6-26tf City Lots FOR SALE—3H ACRES ON CENTRAL aye., on and near Tenth St., Will sell all or part of the above. Call ou MARY A. NIEMEYER. 027 Central aye. 12-28-tf Country Property FOR SALE—ORANGE ORCHARD FOR sale, best bargain in Southern California; 16 acres of bearing orchard, for $4000: this includes growing crop: proceeds from land. $1000 to $1500 per year. Call on or address H. S. G. M'CAKTNEY. rooms 1, 2 and 3 Los Angeles theater bld'g, Los Angeles, Cal. tf FOR SALE—SAN GABRIEL: ONLY A f, w 5 and 10-acre blocks left; water right. Now Is the time to buy; If you have any thing to sell or trade sec E. K. ALEX ANDER. 122 S. Broadway. tf FOR SALE—B ACRES GOOD LAND, near corner Alameda st, and Santa Fe R. R„ $250peracre. T. WIESENDANGER, 227 W. Second r.t. 7 FOR SALE—IOACRES LEMONS. EXTRA line, all In bearing, well improved; plenty water. Address P. o. Box 21. Santa Monica. wed-stin-1-5-07 FOR BALE—RICH LAND. ONLY $35 TO $65 per acre, with free water right. ES CONDIDO LAND CO., 305 W. Second st tf EXCURSIONS ONCE A WEEK PERSONALLY CON ducted excursions to Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and all points, leave Los Angeles every Thursday via Southern Pacific, Union Pacific, "world's Pictorial Lint-." and Chicago and Northwestern railway, crossing the Sierra Nevadas and passing all points cf scenic Interest by daylight. Upholstered tourist cars of latest Pullman pattern, lighted by gas and run through without change. Com pete!.l conductors accompany each party. Fastest time. Lowest rates. For tickets and berth reservations apply to J. 11, PEARMAN, Manager; fl. F. HERR. G. P. A., 223 S. Spring st.. Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Pacific Company. 5-3-6 PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUC ted excursions via tic Rio Grande and Rock Island route, leave Los Angeles • very Tuesday, cross I lie Sierra Ne vadas and pass the entire Bio Grande scenery by daylight via southern route every Wednesday. Sleeping-ear service to St. Paul, Minneapolis and lhe northwest, i mice 138 S. Spring st. BURLINGTON ROUTE—PERSONALLY conduoted excursions to the east every Wednesday over the scenic line of the work!: upholstered tourist cars without change. T. H. DUSSAN. agent, 22> S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CaL CHIROPODISTS .Miss'c. STAPFER, 211 W. FIRST ST.. Chiropody, massage and baths. Tel, Red SOI. tf PA TENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC. KNIGHT BROS/"'PATENT SOLICI tors; free book on patents. 124 Byrnu bldg. 9-22-8 PERSONAL—MRS. ESTHER DTeTmJuV nft Ii- healer; alx yearn' successful work In I.oh Angeles; treat* and cutes dis ease! Nt v illstance: diseases diagnosed olalrvoyantly; no questions asked; con snllntlon free; examination, St; month ly treatments at a distance. $6. Call or write for testimonials. 431V4 S. Sprint St.. rooms 1!) and 20. 1-9 W A N T X D l N Ft i RM ATI ON OF ED ward John Augustine Williams, aged 31 years, native ot Ireland. Was last heard from In Los Angeles October 20, 1896. In formation may be sent U MORTIMER* HARRIS, attorneys at law, room 78, Temple block, Los Angeles. 1-10 PERSON AL- N G W TKOCESS-IRREOU larltles. from whatever cause, cured without medicl Instruments or pain; sure cure; lady specialist; SI treatment! only safe and reliable cure. 819 Grand aye. tf PERSONAL—WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of cleaning, dyeing and renovating, also repairing gentlemen's clothes. BOSTON BYE WORKS. 250 New High St., tele phono Main 454. 2-7-97 ELIZABETH 1 It'Rl.Bl'T, PSYCHOME trIst, palmist, mental magnetic healer und teacher of occult science. Rooms 50-62, upper door, 344 S. Hill St. 2-11 I EPSONAL—ALL KINDS OF CLOTH- Ing bought and sold; send postal. MRS. R. N. SILYERTIIORN, 60S S. Spring st. 1-30-tf PERSONAL—A MARRIAGE BUREAU; strictly confidential; send stamp for in formation. Address P.. box 190, Herald. 9 PERSONAL—IF MR. FRANK ROUGET will call nt the business office of Ths Herald he will hear good news. 10 MINING ASSAYERS ,!7rnNSOiV % &~RITI T HIE. mill men: experimental tests made by hand or actual milling process, by Smith mill: ores tested by cyanide and concen tration: mines and mills examined end advised on; general agents for mining machinery; samples may be sent by mad or express. Office 197 E. Fourth St., Los Angeles, Cal. 2-10-97 ASSAYERS AND GOLD AND SILVER refiners, mining experts and promoters. Fulled States mint prices paid for gold and silver in any form. LONEROAN & CALKINS. 127 W. First st. 2-12-97 MORGAN * CO.. ASSAYERS AND RE liners and ore testers; bullion purchased; consulting metallurglsl; mines examined and dealt In. Office 2«l Wilson block. Los Angeles. Cal. 26-tf SCHOOL i »!■' ASSAYING—ASSAYS AND analysis of ores, waters, and industrial products. WADE & WADE, H3Vj N. Main. tf THE BIMETALLIC - ASSAY OFFICE and Chemical Laboratory, 121 S. Main st. It. A. PEREZ, E. M.. manager. 12-4-tf PHYSICIANS DR. mT P. T. YVAG9TAFF, OFFICE? room 34, Kaweah block, northeast comer Third and Broadway, office hours. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; residence 615 Downey aye; resi dence office hours, X lo 9 a.m.; 4:80 to 5:30 p,m. i-lt DR. K. D. WISE. M. D„ OFFICE 107 N. Spring st.. up stairs, rooms 1 and 2; hours S to in a. m. and 1 to sp. m. Graduate of Jefferson Medical college, Philadelphia. Tel., office. Main 466; res., white 661. 6-8-97 DR DORA KING. LADIES'' ~SPECIAL ISE pleasant home for ladles before and during conflnemcnt. 513 W. Seventh. CONSULT DR. MINNIE WELLS, SPE- Ctaltst. Seventeenth St., cor. ot Grand aye.; hours. 10-4, 7-V tf CONSULT DR* MINNIE WELLS, SPE clnllst. 745 S, Main: hours. 10-4. 7-8. tf MUSICAL FOB SALE — HANDSOME UPRIGHT Grand Bass piano at a great sacrifice. Boor No. 31, The Savoy. Fourth and Hill sts.; call mornings. tf^ \LL PIANOS RENTED FROM A. G. GARDNER, lis Winston St., near the main postofflce. ate tuned regularly. I free. g_ FOR SALE A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO In very good condition: for sale at a bargain. Address A. C, box 40. Herald. 6 FOR SALE-LIVE STOCK^^ FOR SALE—A BRED and stvllsh horse, tine, roadster. Call at 137 S. Lor. Angelas St. 6 PLUMBERS FRANK A." WEINSHANK. PLUMBER and gasfitter. 240 E. Second St., tel 136. tfmffl FURNITURE Ca THE" HERALD PUBLISHING COM pany, a corporation, duly organised antl existing under and by virtue or thsj laws ot lhe state of California, and having its prin cipal place of business in the olty of Loa Angeles, county of la>9 Angeles, state of California. Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the directors of the above entitled flor portation. towit, The Herald Publishing Company, held on the second day of Jan uary. IKS 7. an a-sscsement of ten dollars. ($lO,OlO. per share was levied upon Ihe cap ital stock of the said corporation, payable on or before the fifth day of February, 1897 to the treasurer of the said corpora tion, towit. the First National Bank of Los Angeles at its btvnklng house, numbers 226-228 North Main street, in said city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state of California. Any stock upon- which this assessment • Itn.ll remain unpaid on the 6th day of February, 1*97. will be delinquent and ad vertised for sale at public auotlon and un less payment Is made before, will be sold on the 25th day of February, 1897, at 12:00 oclock meridian, to pay the delinquent as sessment, together with costs of advertis ing and expenses of sale. JOHN P. COYNE, Secretary Herald Publishing Co. Los Angeles, California. Location of office, 222 West Third street, Los Angeles. California- Date of service and lirst publication, Jan uary 5, iss7. 30-t-ex sun Notici to Stockholders ALAMITOS* BEACH WATER CO.—THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the Alamltos Beach Water Company Will be held at the office of the company, in tin; city of Los Angeles, In the rooms of tin- Farmers and Merchants' bank, on Friday, January 15, 1597. at It clock a. m., to elect a board of directors for the en suing year, and to transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting. WILL E. SWEENY, Secretary. Los Angeles. Cal., Dec. 31, 1896. j Notice THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of the Hs condido Gold Mining company will be held at No. 230 South Spring St., in Hie city of Los Angeles. California, on the 18th oay of January, ISH7. at 2 o'clock p. m. of that rlay for the purpose of electing di rectors and for the transaction of such other businc-s as may come before the meeting. ESCONDIDO GOLD MINING CO. W. E. M'MARTIN, Secretary. Los Angeles. Cal., Jan. 2, 1897, 1-3 10t AUCTION Furniture Store •••• 611 South Spring Street Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1897, at 10 a. m. Bedroom Suits. Mattresses, Bedding, a templet- line of Parlor. Dining-room and kitchen Furniture; a large stock of Cook Stoves, Heating and Gasoline Stoves; also, new Granite, Tin and Chlnaware, Toilet Sets. Etc. This is a large aud complete stock and will sell to the highest bidder without re serve, as we are retiring from business. TUTTLE & WILDEST. RHOADES & REED. Auctioneers. office, m Smith Broadway.