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The Herald. Rates for Classified Advertising Liatn—S cents per line tor each insertion. Notice of Marriage, Birth or Death—Free. Obituaries, Funeral Notices and Special Announcements— 10 cents per line. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS •_ .FIVE C^T^J^HjL l *? . HERALD SUB-AGENCIES ADVERTISEMENTS left at tbe fol lowlng agencies will receive prompt at tention and will be printed as quickly and with tho same care as It left at the main office. 222 W. Third st.: DOWNEY AYE. AND EAST SIDE L. P. COLLETTE. 621 Downe" aye. OLD WORLD DRUG STO*E. 1023 Downey aye. WM. H. HARMON. 760 aye. CENTRAL AYE. AND VERNON H. L. SCHERB, Adams st. and Cen tral aye. CHICAGO PHARMACY. Central aye. and Twelfth st. J. V. AKEY. cor. Centra! and Vernon ayes. MAIN ST. AND SOUTHWEST r — E. T. PARKE. PHARMACY. 3129 S. Main. WESTLAKE GROCERY, cor. Alva radoand Seventh sts. H. L. PARK. DRUGGIST, cor. Thirty eighth and Wesley aye. T. W. DROWN, JR., DRUGGIST. Junction of Hoover, Union ard Twenty fourth sts. BOYLE HEIGHTS H. C. WORLAND. 2133 E. First, Sta tion B. J. P. WYLIE, 1977 E. First. J. M. KARRIS. 1542 E. First. 1 TEMPLE ST. AND NORTHWEST DR. H. KALLEWODA. DRUGGIST, cor. Temple st. and Beaudry aye. FRANK D. OWEN, cor. Temp'.e and Belmont aye. VIOLE & LOPIZICH, DRUGGISTS, 427 N. Main St. SPECIAL NOTICES JTEXTS A LIKE ATTENTION! FRUIT GROWERS! See the Llttl« Giant Automatic Prun ing Shears, patented August. 1897. F. E. WILLIAMS. Agent for Southern Califor nia: office, 124>4 S. Spring St.. Los Angeles. Every progressive orchardist buys at sight. It has no equal. One man can do the work of two, and do it better and easier. AGENTS WANTED. 12-3 ■OTICE — THE LOS ANGELES CITY Wate Co. Will strictly enforce the fol lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between the hours c- 6 and 8 oclock a. m. and 6 and 8 oclock p. m. For a vio lation of the above regulations the water will t? shut off and a fine of S2 Will be charged before the water will be turned on again. tf THE DAILY JOURNAL, PUBLISH ING county official records, real estate trans fers, mortgages, Mens, building news; one dollar monthly. 205 New High st. tf SPECIAL CHARGE FOR borders with 5c and T'/.c wall paper. WALTER. 215 W. Sixth st. 2-12-93 SUITS 5.00 FOR~ONE MONTH; FREE man system; llrst-c-lass work. 207 N, Olive st. 2 SHOES REPAIRED—MEN'S SOLES. 50c.; ladles' soles, 30c. 405 S. Spring. 5-12-98 EDUCATIONAL JtmKTßjk LIXB WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE. 226 S. Spring St., will conduct special classes for public and high school students un der the Instruction ot Prof. C. S. Thomp son of the Seventeenth-street kchool, from July oth to September Ist; tuition 14 per month; half day sessions; our regular commercial and shorthand work continued throughout the summer at usual rates. Pupils enter any day and receive Individual Instruction. Rooms are large, cool and pleasant. Electric elevator. Write or call for Illustrated catalogue. O. A. HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKER. vice-president. PROfTe.~~W.~ PAYNE'S SCHOOL FOR Dancing—Beginners, misses and masters. Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4. Nov. 20 and 27. Advance class organizes Monday eve., Nov. 22. ILLINOIS HALL, Sixth and Broadway. tf ~VOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, 212 W. Third street. Currier block; day and evening sessions; write for catalogue and booklet on new budget system. 11-31 BOOKS FIVE JOBWTB A LINE ALASKA, LAND OF THE NUGGET WHY? By I. N. Vail, editor of the An nular World; a critical examination of geological and other testimony showing how and why gold was deposited in polar lands. Many cheap books have been published In the last few months on the northern gold fields, but none of these present a single effort to account for the fact that such vast deposits of gold wore found In Alaska and other neighboring lands. Here is a book that tells how and why this metal and o'hers must be found in polar lands, both north and south. It Is a volume of OS pages, written by a practical geologist, a Callfornian; a book of new and startling propositions, which If true make it worth fur more than all others of this class combined. It Is a well made and attracilve pamphlet, 6V4xSH Inches, large type, and sold for FIFTY CENTS, address the author, I. N. VAIL, Pasadena Cal. tf BATHS FIVE CBKTS A LIXB MRS. HARRIS, 4.59 S. BROADWAY, fourth floor, room 41, elevator. Scientific massage, salt glows, vapor bath and baths: hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Open Sun days til! noon. 12-20 MME. SOUTENIEP.. 222 W. FIFTH ST.. gives steam and alcohol baths, electric and medicinal treatment for all chronic diseases. 12-15 SUPERIOR MEDICATED AND STEAM baths, by an experiences masseuse from Boston. Room 6, S55Vs S. Spring. 12-3 ISADOR FRANCIS. CABINET BATHS and massage: H9'/ s W. First, room 3 B, Spring and Main. 12-11 MME. ETTA RALPH. GENUINE THER MS! cabinet baths. 233 W. First St. 12-8 WANTED—MALE HELP HUMMEL BROS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. California Bank Building. 800-302 \V. Second st.. In basement Telephone 509. MEN'S DEPARTMENT Ranch blaoksmith.s3sctc.: ranch hands. T3c etc.: nurse. $20 etc.; ranch foreman nnd wife. $30 etc.; orchard boy, $100 Mo. year: shoemaker. MEN S HOTEL DEPARTMENT Bread baker. $10 week; night cook. $10 etc.; second cook, $12 etc.: barber: oyster and lish cook; slarcher and polisher, $12 etc.: etc. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT Two (tret-Class houseglris. $23; house girl, $20; houseglrl. Arizona. $20; second girl. Redlands. $1G to $1S; houseglrl. $16 to $18; houseglrl. Santa Barbara. $15: 5 houseglris. $15; nurse girl, pi month; houseglrl, $3 week. LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT First class waitress, do chamberwork, $25; dishwasher, $5 week. HUMMEL BROS. & CO. WANTED—COOK FOR RANDSBURG, $30; Japanese cook. city. $80; 7 ilrst class general housework places, $25 each: wait ers for Ventura, $20: general housework. $20, $15. $12: nurseglrl, go home nights. mrs. SCOTT & miss McCarthy, io7', s j S. Broadway. 23 WANTED—RELIABLE PEItSONS IN every section to distribute circulars, sam ples, and tack signs: no canvassing; cash paid. WILL A. MOLTON CO., Cleveland. Ohio. 2s WANTED—FOR~FIftBf CLASS HELP of all kinds call on M. M. WALTERS' Employment Agency, 450 S. Main st. Tel main 530. 12-9 WANTED—EGAN'S RESTAURANT. IX 12S E. Second St.. serves the best 10c. meal In the city; try It and b? convinced, tf WANTED—MAN, SECOND COOK, TO I go to San Diego; salary $tn per month. ; M. M. WALTERS, 458 S. Main. 23 ! WANTED—INDUSTRIAL AGENTS FOR this and other cities. Apply or address room 9. 105 E. First st. tt WANTED—TO BORROW FIVE LIKE WANTED—TO MONEY LENDERS: I can lend you money here at high rate of Interest on the very best income real es tate security: no tax on mortgages in this territory; best of references given. Box 04. i'rescott. Ariz. tf WANTED—TO BUY LIVE STOCK FIVE CEXTS WANTED—CALVES AND FAT STOCK. FRED HUGHES, Durham market. 10J7 Temple st. Tel. green 73. 6-241 f WANTED—ROOMS FIVE CEXTS A LlXE^^^ WANTED TO RENT 4 OR 5 FUR nished rooms for housekeeping. Address, stating rent and location. R., box 21, Her ald; WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS P, \'E CEXTS A LINE^ WANTED — HIGHEST PRICES PAID for household goods, carpets, etc. MAT THEWS, 454 S. Main. Thone, green 524. 12-1 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FIVE CEXTS A LINE FOR SALE—FURNITURE AND UNDER taking business in Downey: tbe best lo cation in Southern California: no oppo sition within a radius of four miles; we have 7txW inhabitants: still coming: own er must sell on account of 111 health. B. M. BLYTHE. tf FOR SALE-WOOD, COAL. HAY, GRAIN and feed business, well located ami doing big business: horses, wagons and every thing nicely equipped; long lease on premises, with low rent; fullest Inspec tion. Price. $1100. Apply to BEN WHITE. 235 W. First s!. 24 FOR SALE— Drug stocks bought and sold. Have some good opportunities to offer: if yon desire to engage in the drug trade It will l>ii\- you to Investigate. G. M. LUDWICK, 2»2'- S. Broadway. 23 For sale—no business chances, 75 houses, stores, furnished rooms for rent. Collections. E. NITTiNGER, Stowell block, 220 S. Spring St. 11-27 I. D. BARNARD, 525 S. BROADWAY', Will sell out your business. tf LOST AND FOUND FIVE CEXTS A LIKE LOST—HORSE, GRAY GELDING, <, years old. 1000 pounds, stocky built, part of mane rubbed off, scar on left hind quarter under tall; suitable reward; re turn Wesley aye. and Thirly-ceventh sts. W. 11. SKILLMAN, 21 LOST—LARGE ST. BERNARD DOG;* color, orange, white chest and belly; kindly return to WILL KNIPPENBBRG or Tallyho Stables for suitable reward. I HAVE A STRAY COW; OWNER please call and prove property and pay charges. FEDORA STREET BAKERY. 28 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS FIVE CEXTS A LIKE FOR SALE—A FINE BUGGY AND HAR ness: this is cheap. 211 N. Main st. it>-i PERSONAL MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED from 819 S. Grand aye to 01s W. Eighth st.: female diseases treated by electric ity; cure guaranteed. tf MINiNG ANDASSAYING FIVE CEXTS A LIKE THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE nnd Chemical Laboratory. 121 S. Main at. R. A. PEREZ. E. M.. manager. 12-4 tf DENTISTS FIVE CEXTS A LIKE ADAMS BROS., DENTAL PARLORS, 239' A S,Spring St.; painless extracting, 50c: fillings; plates, from $1; all work guar anteed; established 12 years. Hours. S-3; Su-. days, 10-12. Telephone, bl:.ck 1273. Us 7 s7 SPR ING ST.. open days and evenings; also Sundays; eIM-trio light. Tel.. black 821. WATCHMAKING FIVE CEXTS A LIKE JEWELRY REPAIRED AND MADE TO look like new; prices moderate. W J GETZ, Jeweler. 336 S. Broadway I LOS ANGELES HERALD t TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1897 FOR RENT—HOUSES FOR RENT—HOUSES Apply on premises 4 rooms. 2121 East Sixth, b- low Mateo, for $5 a month. 6 rooms. 226 S. Walnut st., rent only 110 with water. 4 rooms, $10 : 753 Kholer St. 4 rooms, stood house, corner W. First and Kern St.; 39. If you wunt any of the above apply to BEN WHITE, 235 W. First St. 24 FOR RENT—SI 2, WATER FREE: COT tage 5 rooms, bath, barn. 924 StanforJ avenue. I $12. water free; flat of 4 large rooms: bath: beautiful house. 426 E. Twenty first St., near Maple avenue. WIESENDANGER CO., 20 431 S. Broadway. FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSES CESTS A LINE FOR RENT—O ROOMS NICELY FUR lltshed, at 1317 Delong. for rent for 1 mouth or 0 weeks very cheap: don't miss this. BEN WHITE, 233 W, First st. 24 FOR RENT—REAL ESTATE , '1 , y R .,5- , ? sTs^J^__ l ' l!v ' ,s FOR - RENT-20 OR 40 ACRES. WELL Improved alfalfa ranch; choice location for dairy; cash rent. Call at 101VJ, s. Broadway, room C. 28 FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS FIVE TEXTS A LIXB FOR RENT FINE CHANCE FOR A MANUFACTURING CONCERN The quarters now occupied by Tbe Herald Printing Establishment. No. 221 EAST FOURTH ST. Will be offered .'or rent or to lease for a term of years about Nov. 1, 1597. A large two-story building, well suited to manufacturing purposes, equipped with ste«m plant in perfect running order: apparatus for oil burning, etc. Terms very reasonable. Apply at Her ald business office. 222 W. Third St. FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE FIVE CEXTS A^.IXB FOR SALE-LAND, IN PARCELS TO suit, at Colegrove, a near suburb of Los Angeles, on Santa Monica electric road. COLE & COLE, attorneys.. 232 N. Main fet.. Los Angeles. tf MONEY_TO LOAN — F, Y. E rlsvrs _ A xJ i,XB MONEY TO LOAN— Mortgage canceled In case of death! Money to loan for home-building pur poses, or to lift mortgages on same; rea sonable Interest; easy repayments, no more than rent; no delays. Call on THE PROTECTIVE SAVINGS MU TUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N, No. 406 S. Broadway, Chamber of Com merce building. tf MONEY TO LiOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS on diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, sofas, lodging houses, hotels and private household furniture; interest reasonable; partial payments received; money quick; private office for ladles. G. M. JONES, rooms 12-14, 254 S. Broadway. 23-tt I MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, watches. Jewelry, pianos, sealskins, car riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts and all kinds of collateral security: storage free In our warehouse. LEE BROS.. 402 S. Spring st. tf MONEY TO LOAN— $100 to $73,C09 on city or country real estate. LEE A. McCONNELL. 7-24 113 S. Broadway. TO LOAN— A BARREL OF MONEY ON diamonds, pianos, furniture and all first class securities; business confidential. CREASINGER. 217 S. Broadway, rooms 1 and 2. 5-29 tf POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, ROOM 308 Wilcox building, lend money on any good real estate: building loans made; If you wish to ler.d or borrow call on us. tf MONEY TO LOAN. $300 TO $5000 IN SUMS to suit: r.o delays. CONTINENTAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, ill S. Broadway, Wilcox building. tf A—sloo,ooo TO LOAN IN LOS ANGELES, !r, :-'ims to suit: r.o delays. CONTINEN TAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCI ATION, No. 144 S. Broadway. tf TO LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON real estate security I have It In any amount. WM. F. BOSBYSHELL. 107 S. Broadway. 6-20 tf MONEY TO LOAN UPON EAST terms of repayment. STATE MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N.. 151 S. Broadway. 5-20 tf I CAN MAKE YOU LARGE OR SMALL loons al very light expense HENRY HART. 1»3 E. Second st. tf EXCURSIONS FIVE CEXTS A LIXB PHILLIPS' ROCK ISLAND EXCUR sioiis, personally conducted, leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, via Denver and Rio Grande. Office. 214 S. Spring St. tf MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FIVE THE "BRIGGS" PIANO STANDS PRE eminent and Is for sale or rent at 118 Winston st., near main postoflice. A. G. GAKDNER. Flar.ni tuned to order. tf ENGINEERS FIVE CM VIS A LIKE ERNEST ABS lIAGEN, CONSULTING Engineer. 838 Byrne building. Draw ings, specifications, estimates, reports, etc. 22 FRUITS ANDJ/EGETABLES FjryP CEXTS A LIKE LUDWIG & MATTHEWS. WHOLESALE and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT MARKET 185 B. Mnin st. Tel. Ssn tt ATTORNEYS AT LAW FIVE CEXTS BROUSSEAU & MONTGOMERY— Attorneys-at-Law 40" gradbury block. Los Angeles, tf PLUMBERS FIVE CEXTS A I/IXF. FRANK A. WEINBHANK, PLUMBER »nd gasflftf r. 24.1 K. Second M. T»l. ISfi FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK CEXTS A LIKE FOR SALE — 1 PAIR MULES. CHEAP. Address thus. ISOM, Clearwater. 23 FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE CITY LOTS Henry A. Darling. Francis W. ttua DARLING & QUA, formerly DARLING ft PRATT. , . . Offices, Rooms 210-212 Wilcox Block, Corner Second and Spring streets. The properties described below arc for sale or exchange. If offered for exchange we try to be as explicit as possible In de scribing the class of properties the own ers wish to exchange for. If you have property lo exchange thnt you think will I match any of those we advertise, we should be glad to hear from you. FOR SALE— A very attractive property.we are of fering Is situated near St.James park and Adams st.: consists of a very well built residence containing 9 rooms, with all Improvements: large, deep lot and wide lane: good barn and corral. The solid elegance of this locality Is too well known to nerd description. We want to Impress upon homeseekers one fact—this property must be sold, and the first rea sonable offer will be accepted. FOR SALE— Choice lot situated on Thompson St., near Adams: we are authorized to sell this lot for what it will bring, and would like to receive your offer. FOR SALE— A choice piece of central business prop erty, that will pay 10 per cent on Invest ment at once. It takes bout $18,500 to handle this property. Owner would ex change for larger property and pay cash difference. FOR EXCHANGE— Modern 9-roqm house In A-l order, close In and on car line: clear of Incumbrance: want good orange or lemon grove for this property, or might take good unim proved citrus lands In good location, and with water. Price, $4500. FOR EXCHANGE— Handsome residence and grounds, with good barn, situated near Westlake Park: exchange equity for smaller house or good lots, FOR EXCHANGE— Ten acres Redlands Heights, planted to Washington Navels; trees 7 years old: price. $9X>O; clear: would exchange for Los Angeles or Pasadena property, and pay cash difference. FOR EXCHANGE— Modern 10-room residence, with large lot, good barn, and well situated, In Pas adena; would exchange for property in Los Angeles; value. $5500. FOR EXCHANGE— Twelve-year-old orange grove: trees all thrifty and uniform; ample water and cheap; 9-room house, with modern Im provehents; large barn, carriage shed, poultry houses; cottage for help; Income this year about $8500; last year. $3200: fur niture, horses, wagons, buggies and Im plements go with place. Value, $12,000: clear. Would exchange for Ix>s Angeles property or Pasadena residence. FOR EXCHANGE— $23,000 Chicago property, clear, to ex change for ranch in good location; citrus fruit proposition preferred. FOR EXCHANGE— Large residence and grounds In Pasa dena; charmingly situated and In splen did order. Owner would exchange for Los Angeles property. Value; $30;000; clear FOR EXCHANGE— Genlleman's suburban residence and large grounds, situated In the most charming portion of the San Gabriel val ley; house of 10 ropms, with hot water heating, independent gas plant, green houses, stables, and coach houses; labo ratories and greenhouses; grounds plant ed In all kinds and varieties of flowers, shrubs, trees, fruits of every kind; small home farm, with poultry runs, rabbit warrens, pigeon lofts, cow stables and corrals. Fifty minutes' drlre from city: railway connections, banks, postoffice, stores of all kinds, schools and church, all close at hand. Owner values this property at $25,000. Would exchange for good eastern property. DARLING ft QUA, formerly DARLING - ft PRATT, Rooms 210-212, Cor. Second and Spring sts. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE CITY LQTS - •. . = - • ifi^ A-$4OO A large lot In the southwest near three electric ear lines. 21 338 8. Broadway. W. I. HOLLINaSWORTII & CO.. FOR SALE—SNAP BARGAINS IN REAL estate, lodging houses, meat markets,etc. L. G.. WALTERS. 466 8. Main St., near PostoHce. Tel. Main 536. 12-7 FOR BALE—C. A. SMITH WILL SELL lots In his third addition on easy Install ments nnd build new houses to suit, pay able same way. Office 213 W. First it. tf FOR ' Thlrty-flve acres in the newly discov ered oil Held In Brooklyn Heights. T. B. ROWAN. 4 Bryson building. 25 HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE— A beautiful, stylish, modern 8-room house, on a wide thoroughfare, double electric line, nice barn, large lot. 72x308, will be sold for two-thirds of Its real val ue or less, southwest; come In and In vestigate, as It must be sold; neighbor hood first-class. D. A. MEEKINS. 406 S. Broadway. 26 FOR 8 A LE— A beautiful, stylish, modern, S-room house, on a wide thoroughfare, double electric line, nice barn, large lot. 72xS0S, will be sold for two-thirds of lis real val ue or less, southwest: come In and Inves tigate, as It must be sold; neighborhood first-class. D. A. MEEKINS. 406 S. Broadway. 25 FOR SALE— 534 Mateo st.; lovely cottage, on the In stallment plan: also, 243 E. Twenty-sev enth st.; extra fine 5-room cottage, on easy terms. L. 11. MITCHEL. 130 8. Broadway. tf FOR SALE—S2SOO; IP YOU WANT TO buy a model and lovely home on W. Ninth St.. a sure bargain, come In and let us show it to you: you will want it If you see it: it is modern and has six beauti ful sunny rooms. D. A. MEEKINS. 25 406 South Broadway. DEN WHITE HAS OVER 200 HOUSES •for sale; easy terms; any location you desire. Office, 233 W. First St. 11-22 FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. BASSETT ft SMITH. Pomona. Cal. tf COUNTRY PROPERTY FOR SALE—AT A SACRIFICE: 13 ACRES ripe for subdivision, on Central avenue car line, for less than two-thirds price asked by others adjoining: covered with assorted bearing fruits: line s-roomed house, hot and cold water to bath and stationary wash stand: furnace, etc.: good large barn: city water, also good well. tank. etc. Investigate th' A bargain. D. A. MEEKINS, 406 S. Broadway. 26 FOR RENT OR SALE—I79O ACRES: 50 to 75 acres farming land; balance oak grove and hill land, good pasturage: good house and water: situated near the Sim; hotel. For further information address GIDEON LE SAGE, Los Angeles Soap Co. , 30 FOR SALE—BIO SACRIFICE; $1750 buys Improved 20-acre ranch near Flor ence, including 5-room house, large barn and flowing well. J. F. GOODENOW & Flrst_st. 23_ FOR 5-ACRE ORANGE OR chard in Alhambra: full bearing: cheap: small cash payment: wiil trade for good vacant property. Address 0., box 49, Herald. 25 FOR SALE— 13 acres of land In Cahuenga valley, near town, for about \' 2 its value; will sell part. L. H. MITCHEL, 136 8. Broad wtiy. tf MEDIUMS FIVE CENTS A MKB MME. LEO. THE RENOWNED CLAlR voyant card reader; she tells the past, present and future: she gives lucky charms; brings the separated together; causes a speedy marriage with the one you love: very successful In locating mines and mineral*. Letters containing 11, giving sex, age, color of hair and eyes, will receive prompt attention. At 125 W. Fourth St. ' 12-13 ESTHER DYE. MAGNETIC HEALER; seven years' successful healing In Los Angeles: diseases diagnosed clalrvoy antly; no questions asked; consultation free; call or write for testimonial. Corner Spring and Sixth sts., over drug store. We cure. 12-18 REMOVED—MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM and palmist, life reading, business specu lations, mineral locations, removals, law suits, travels, marriage, children, die positions and capabilities; all affairs of life. 236V4 S. Spring St., room 4. Fees, 59c and $1. tf_ REMOVED — GRACE GILMORE, Clairvoyant. Card Reader, gives advice on business, mining, family and love af fairs. Ladies. 25c; gents, 50c. 12114 S. Spring St., rooms 7 and 8. MRS." WALKER, "CLAIRVOYANT AND Hf4 business reading medium; all busi ness affairs of life looked into for the ad vancement of your future. 316V4 S. Spring street. 12-19 LAURA HERTRAND. PALMIST AND card reader. Foretells your success In life: advice on mining, journeys; ladies, 25c; gents, 50. Parlors 12-14, 313 - 8. Spring st. 11- 23 MItsT'SAMSON,"CLAIRVOYANT, LIFE, Reader; gives ftfll names and correct dates; those wishing advice would do well to consult her at 145 N. Spring. 11-18 MME. GRACE. CARD MEDIUM; THE wonder of the 19th century; reveals the past, present and future. 544 S. Los An geles St., bet. Fifth and Sixth sts. 12-3 ■ MRS. SAN FORD JOHNSON, THE well-known independent slate writer and clairvoyant, fflves sittings dally at 833 S. Broadway. 12-7 MRS. E. Z. BARNETT. BUSINESS AND mining; sittings dally; circlet Tuesday and Thursday evenings; 323 W. Second street. ; 11-27 ELLA M~ WHITE, TRANCE CLAlR voyant medium; readings dally, except Sunday. 245 8. Hill St. «mo MRS I. RUSSELL, MEDIUM—SITTINGS daily; circles Tuesday, Thursday, Satur day. 526 S. Spring. 11-24 MRSrSTANLEY7 CARD READER? SAT isfaction guaranteed. 315V4 W. Third St., room 1, ladles only. 12-8 AWmTTC - TRANCE spirit medium; sittings dally. tHtt 8 Sprint st. i-5 MRS. WEEKS - WRIGHT - CLAIRVOY ant and test medium. 236' A 8. Spring st. 12- 23 LEGALJIOT.CES Election Notice and Proclamation Notice Is hereby given that: Whereas. The Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles County, State of California, en the. 3d day of November, A. D.. 1197. en tered an order upon the minutes of said Board, ordering that the question of the Is suance of 1680.000 refunding bonds of Los Angeles County, California, bearing inter est at the rate of four per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, all of which bonds • hall run flvo years from their date, and then. 334,000 to mature each year in the yeirs 1903 to 1922. inclusive, should be sub mitted to the qualified electors of said county; and that a special election be called In said Los Angeles County, State of California. on Saturday, the 11th day of December. A. D.. 189.. for that purpose; and that said election should he held as near as possible In conformity with the general election laws of said State, at which ssld election none but qusllnod voters of said county should be permitted to vote. Therefore, notice Is hereby given that In accordance with said order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, a specie! election by the qualified electors of said county will be held within said county on Saturday, tho 11th day of December, A. D. 1897. for the purpose of submitting to the qualified elec tors of said county the question of the Issu ance of IBSO.OOO refunding bonds of tho County of Los Angeles, In tho denomina tion of one thousand dollars each, In the aggregate of 1680,000; which bonds, when Issued, shall bear Interest at the rate of four per cent per annum, payable semi-an nually, nnd shall become due as follows. Vis: all of which bonds shall run Aye years from their date, and then to mature as toi lows, viz: 134,000.00 on the Ist day ot January, A. D., 1803: . _ 134,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., 1904. _ 334,000.00 on the Ist Cay of January, A. D., 190.-. , _ $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., 1906. . _ $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D.. 1907. . $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., 1908. . _ $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., 1909. _. $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., 1910. . „ $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D.. 19E. _ $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D.. 1913. 334.000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D.. 1914. $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., 1915. $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., 1916. $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., 1917. $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., 191$. $34,000.00 on the Ist day ot January, A. D„ 1919. $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., 1920. $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D„ 1921. $34,000.00 on the Ist day of January, A. D., 1922. And for the further purpose of conduct ing this election, only, precincts are hereby consolidated and voting places established, and election officers are hereby appointed, as follows, to-wit: AZUSA. GLENDORA AND DUARTE ELECTION PRECINCTS.-At room 716. Griffith Block. Azusa. Inspectors. Phil C. Daniels, F. M. Shrode. Judges, W. J. Wade. Allen Poo. Clerks, Chas. H. Elliott. John Bender. Ballot Clerks. E. Roy, John H. Gurman. EL MONTE ELECTION PRECINCT.—At Old Postoffice Building. El Monte. Inspectors. Jas. D. Durfee, A. C. Parrlsh. Judgos, Geo. H. Peck, C. C. Steele. Clerk. J. T. Haddox. C. B. Dodson. Ballot Clerks, W. B. Temple, W. Shugg. MONROVIA ELECTION PRECINCT.- At Slosson's Hall. Monrovia. Inspectors, J. C. Anderson, P. T. Seymour. Judges, A. H. Johnson, E. F. Hargrave. Clerks. J. W. Harvey. F. J. Comes Ballot Clerks. B. F. Crews. E. M. Aren schleld. SIERRA MADRE AND LAMANDA ELECTION PRECINCTS.—At Newell's Hall. Lamanda Park. Inspectors, C. M. Clark. M. L. Rafferty. Judges, E. A. Ingham. J. C. Dickson. Clerks, L. L. Clark. F. A. Gray. Ballot Clerks, W. F. Miller, W. B. Eary. COVINA AND ROWLAND ELECTION PRECINCTS.—At A. W. D. & I. Cos. Office. Covins. Inspectors, C. E. Bemls, W. R. Rowland. Judges. E. G. Clapp. T. F. Hayes. Clerks, Chester R. Barton. Geo. D. Mc- Calge. Ballot Clerks, O. F. Clapp, W. R. Barbour. POMONA ELECTION PRECINCTS NOS. I, 2, 3, 4. AND s.—At Phillips Block, S.E. cor. Second and Thomas streets. Inspectors. J. W. Strlngfleld, J. R. Garth side. Judges, F. A. Molyneaux, W. H. Hewitt. Clerks, Cyrus Burdlck, W. H. Goodrich. Ballot Clerks, F. Schwan, Fred J. Smith. LORDBBURG AND SPADRA ELECTION PRECINCTS.—At Old Postoffice Building. Lordsburg. Inspectors, J. F. Cumberland, M. L. Sparks. Judges, A. T. Currier. John Egan. Clerks. Chas. M. Wright. J. M. Fryer. Ballot Clerks, A. B. Davis, Wm. K. White sell. ALHAMBRA AND SAN GABRIEL ELEC TION PRECINCTS.—Adam's Real Estate Office, Main Street, Alhambra. Inspectors, Newton W. Thompson, Henry Flshback. Judges, Daniel W. March, W. W. Garner. Clerks. Will C. Mulock. E. B. Stewart. Ballot Clerks, James McDonough, Ernest McKec. SECOND WARD: LOS ANGELES CITY ELECTION PRECINCTS NOS. 7. 8, 9. 10 11, 12, 13, 14. 15, 16 and 17.—At First Floor of Court House. Inspectors, E. B. Rivers, A. E. Senseney. Judges, John L. Slaughter, John D. Bolley. Clerks, A. C. Day, Herman Bteh. Ballot Clerks. G. S. Clark. L. Boutllller. THIRD WARD: LOS ANGELES CITY ELECTION PRECINCTS NOS. 18, 19, 20 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 and 69—At First Floor City Hall. Inspectors, J. H. Frost, J. G. Estudlllo. Judges, HenryS. West, W. F. Bosbyshell. Clerks, A. K. Crawford, Jonn Kenealy Ballot Clerks, Geo. 11. Sinsabaugh, Geo. Van Valkenburg. FOURTH WARD: LOS ANGELES CITY ELECTION PRECINCTS NOS. 28, 29 30 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 70 and 71.—At Fire En gine House, Sixteenth street, bet. Grand avenue and Hope street. Inspectors, A. W. Worm, N. Llndenfeld Judges, W. L. Ewing, L. Sentous. Clerks, W. M. Johnson, M. Morris. Ballot Clerks. H. W. Frank. Geo. Roberts FIFTH WARD: LOS ANGELES CITY ELECTION PRECINCTS NOS. 37, 3S, 39 72 and 73.—At Marlborough Stable, No! 930 West Twenty-third street. Inspectors, A. C. Shafer, Dan Neuhart. Judges, Horace Hlller, D. A. Watson. Clerks, Frank Johnson, M. Albee. Ballot Clerks, Jas. H. Harris, John Q. Hutton. CAHUENGA AND MONTE VISTA ELEC TION PRECINCTS.-At Pass School House. Inspectors, O. E. Roberts, W. H. Carlln. Judges, G. T. Gower, Wm. M. Taggart. Clerks, F. Cobb. Wllloughby Cole. Ballot Clerks, Geo. KUUan, L. J. Quint. BALLONA ELECTION PRECINCT.-Vote at Builona School House. Inspectors, J. O. Lamb, 8. A. Steams. Judges, John Vandam, Louts F. Stevens. Clerks, John Coyner, C. M. Heckmun. Ballot Clerks. Edward E. Eldrldge, J. B. Lelong. HOWARD AND HYDE PARK ELEC TION PRECINCTS.-At Hyde Park School House. LEGALJOTICES Inspector!. R. D. List, S. K. Woodward. Judges, F. B. Clark, Walter Carter. Clerks. B. O. Kelso, Phillip McAnsny. Ballot Clerks, Adolph Leuzlnger, Hsrvsy S. Thompson. WILMINGTON ELECTION PRECINCT. —At Moore's Boarding House. Inspectors, Frederick Schwelxer, Benton McCoy'. Judges. H. D. Parsons. F. M. Bustsr. Clerks, Walter D. Combs. John Kast. Ballot Clerks, T. B. Hsys, George Hinds. UNIVERSITY ELECTION PRECINCT.- At Wilson's Hall. Inspectors, Geo. Osborn, Orlando L. Sss ley. Judges, J. M. Dodge, Harrington Brown. Clerks, W. F. Harmon, Roy Vance. Ballot Clerks. F. R. Slaughter. — CATALINA ELECTION PRECINCT.-At Banning Co s. Wharf Office. Inspectors. Frank Lowe. 8. Eddy. Judges, F. P. Whitney, A. T. Flshsr. Clerks, F. W. Clark. B. Rosin. Ballot Clerks, E. E. Beeson, L. Bessley. COMPTON ELECTION PRECINCT.-At Compton School House. Inspectors, J.A. Goldwater.Joseph Lucss. Judges, 11. J. Kent. William Games. Clerks, J. R. Harm, Geo. W. Rogers. Ballot Clerks, W. H. Carpenter, W. C. Daly. ENTERPRISE ELECTION PRECINCT.- At Gardena School House. Inspectors. E. O. Weed, L. H. West. Judgos, E. C. Hnskln. J. W. Klasgye. Clerks, H. Burllngame, B. F. McCartney. Ballo; Clerks, W. H. Turner. D. J. Moody. ARTESIA AND NORWALK ELECTION PRECINCTS.-At Norwalk School House. Inspectors, L. T. Hallett. Garnet Duncan. Judges, C. C. Brown, W. W. Orr. Clerks. Vinton B. Dllley, J. E. Courtney. Ballot Clerks, Atwood Sproul. John B. Holllngsworth. SAN VICENTE ELECTION PRECINC* —At School House. Inspectors. W. P. Carpenter. Judges. J. H. Dlnsmore, James Kennedy. Clerks. J. E. Dunham, . Balrst Clerks, Fred li. Ball, C. K. New ton. CLEARWATER ELECTION PRECINCT. —At Clearwater School House. Inspectors, H. N. Brewer, J. A. PhllbSU. Judges, Ed German. Walter Thomas. Clerks, Wm. Squires, 8. N. Jennings. Ballot Clerks. J. A. Hill. Ben Goodrich. DOWNEY ELECTION PRECINCTS NOS. 1 and 2—At School House In Precinct N0.3. Inspectors, R. B. Harris, Oscar Blythe. Judges, H. W. Hammerton, C. H. Hollls tcr. Clerks, Joseph Smith. Joseph Dlsmukes. Ballot Clerks, Levi Ullery. M. B. Golden. LONG BEACH AND CERRITOS ELEC TION PRECINCTS.—At Long Beach School House. Inspectors. A. V. Howard. Geo. Osborne. Judges. Thomas Stovcll. Mathew Pickles. Clerks, Richard M. Craig. Caleb Garrison. Ballot Clerks. Geo. F. Hlrsch, J. L. Vlgr.es. SAN PEDRO ELECTION PRECINCTS, NOS. 1 AND 2.—At city Halt, Inspectors. Frank Nelson, E. Jourdan. Judges. David W. Weldt, J. A. Anderson. Clerks. B. C. Sweet. R. W. Hill. Ballot Clerks, A. K. Jensen, E. B. Scott. SANTA MONICA ELECTION PRB CINCTS NOS. 1, 2 and 3—At Santa Moni ca School House. Inspectors, D. G. Holt, A. Mooser. Judges, J. C. Hemmlngway, M. Hostettsr. Clerks, E. E. Bnrackman. Y. R. Carlllo. Ballot Clerks. M. Roth, H. Goets. NATIONAL MILITARY HOME ELEC TION PRECINCTS NOS. 1. 2, 3. 4 and km Vote at National Military Home. Inspectors, Judges, Clerks, Ballot Clerks, REDONDO ELECTION PRECINCTS.- At Redondo School House. Inspectors. Estey Brunson, Wm. Usrsy. Judges, J. B. Mullen, J. Roach. Clerks. William Hess. F. D. English. Ballot Clerks, Wm. R. Williams. F. C. Melius. FLORENCE AND FRUITLAND ELEC TION PRECINCTS.—At Florence School House. Inspectors. A. W. Boerstler. J. H. Brewer. Judges, Ed Clelland, A. D. Merrill. Clerks, L. M. Russell, Robt. Ramsaur. Ballot Clerks, E. P. Morrison, Henry Putney. LANCASTER ELECTION PRECINCTS. —At Lancaster School House. Inspectors. W. H. Holland, J. C. Hannah. Judges, Geo. F. Duntley, Geo. S. Weln shank. Clerks, H. S. Adney, H. D. Roberson. Ballot Clerks, A. J. McPhall, A. W. Aus tin. LLANO AND PALMDALE ELECTION PRECINCTS.—At Palmdale School House. Inspectors, Geo. S. Martin, Tbeodors Hoelling. . _ . •'• ' ' Judges, Arthur A. Lawson, John Nick letn. Clerks, Leroy S. Elliott, A. B. Cox. Ballot Clerks, Ralph H. Wholmes. Louis Tiighman. CALABASAS ELECTION PRECINCT.- At Court House. Inspectors. . N. T. Settle. Judges. ■ T. D. Cheney. Clerks, , Chas. A. BelU Ballot Clerks. John Hoglnnd. Geo. Nash. LA LIEBRE AND DEL SUR ELECTION PRECINCTS.—At Fairmont School House. Inspectors, T. C. Janes, E. W. Edson. Judges, E. W. Spencer, Joseph Johnson. Clerks. Chas. H. Crane, H. Sandberg. Ballot Clerks, E. T. Kookcn. L. H. Mayet BURBANK ELECTION PRECINCT.- At Provldencta School House. Inspectors, W. C. Barlnger, T. I* Mo- Whorter. Judges, E. M. Crane, A. S. D. Fulton. Clerks, A. M. Watson, D. H. Dunning. Ballot Clerks.T. D. Bufflngton. John Dar ling. WIHTTIER, NOS. 1 AND 2, AND RI VERA ELECTION PRECINCTB.-At J. A. & A. B. Kelsey's store room, Whlttler. Inspectors, Wm. Proud. R. H. Reynolds. Judges, Alvab Starbuck, Milton T. Brooks. Clerks, Ralph McNees, R. C. Gray. Ballot Clerks. Merrill Holbrook, Os Burk. PASADENA, NOS. 1, I, 8 and 4 ELEC TION PRECINCTS.—At Recorder's court room. City Hall. Inspectors. C. P. Gregory, C. F. Harris. Judges, Geo. A. Durrell, Peter Stell. • Clerks. W. S. Robinson. C. N. Stanley. Ballot Clerks, F. P. Klshbaugh, W. A. Feazel. PASADENA ELECTION PRECINCTS NOS. 6, (, 7 and B—At rooms U3-IU, Doty block, South Fair Oaks avenue. Inspectors, H. H. Rose, W. S. Windham. Judges, A. C. Drake, A. J. Wright. Clerks, W. 8. Nosworthy, C. 8. Frost. Ballot Clerks, G. A. Glbbs, James H. Dovey. FIRST WARD: LOS ANGELES CITT PRECINCTS NOS. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 3,-At 530 Downey avenue. Inspectors, C. H. Wlckman, S. I. Pres- C J t udges. F. W. Tyler, W. T. Lamble. Clerks, J. B. Lawrence, R. J. Colyear. Ballot Clerks, F. W. Houser, E. M. Ham ilton. SIXTH WARD: LOS ANGELES CITT ELECTION PRECINCTS Nos. 40, 41, 43, 43, 44, 45,46 and 74.—At Fire Engine House. Main street near Adams street. Inspectors, E. H. Dalton, J. H. Butler. Judges, H. R. Smith, H. L. Sheets. Clerks, J. D. McCandless, M. W. Conk lln. Ballot Clerks, J. 11. Whitney, Wm. B. Luebbers. SEVENTH WARD: LOS ANGELES CITT ELECTION PRECINCTS Nos. 47, 41 49A. 498, SO, 61. 62. 63.64, 55.06.—At 808 Bssl Fifth j. ■ .: Inspectors, James Booth, J. p. Gretas ough. Judges. L. P. Crane, Henry Kernsy.