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TEACHERS' SALARIES BOARD OF EDUCATION ADOPTS THE SCHEDULE Which Will Be in Effect During the Coming Tear—Pico Heights Building Plan Adopted At last night's special meeting of the board of education Chairman Bragg nf thu buildings committee submitted pluns und specifications, prepared by Architect Chas. Strange, for the new Pico Heights school house. The plans of the Cambria and Sec ond-street school buildings, slightly modi lied, served as a model for the prospective new school house. No estimate had been made of the cost of the building, but It will be less than either building taken as a mod el, which cost in the neighborhood of $13,000. The plans and specifications were adopted. Mr. Bragg suggested that the matter be hurried up, in order to take advantage of the lumber contract, which expires July Ist, and under which lumber might be had at advantageous rates. The secretary was Instructed to advertise for bids, exclusive of the lumber, and the building committee was requested to secure the necessary lum ber at present prices. On motion. It was ordered that Mr. Strange be paid $125 when the building is completed. On motion, It was ordered that the schools be closed on the 30th of June. The board then resolved Itself into a com mittee of the whole to consider the matter of salaries for the coming scholastic year, and, after a long executive session, adopted the following schedule: Teachers. Per Year First two years and under $ M Two years, and less than three years.. 649 Three years, and less than four years.. CS'I Four years, and less than five years... 720 Five years and over 700 Principals: One-room buildings SOO Two-room buildings (£0 Three-room buildings 000 Four-room buildings 951 Five-room buildings 1000 Six-room buildings 10~-0 Seven-room buildings 110J Eight-room buildings 1150 Nine-room buildings 1201 Ten-room buildings 1151 Eleven-room buildings 1200 Twelve-room buildings 1250 Special: Supervisor drawing UN Assistant supervisor drawing 10t"j Manual training 1300 Physical culture 1000 Music ISO") High School: Two years and under 900 Two years, and less than three years.. 959 Three years and over lOCO Heads of Departments, High School: Classical department 1300 Commercial department 1100 Mathematical department 1000 English department 130.1 Science department 1600 Principal 2500 Kindergarten: Directors In Normal Model 750 Directors 550 Assistants 450 Principal night school 500 Assistant night school 100 Half-day Schools: For the first two years 510 Two years, and less than three years.. CSO Three years and less than four years... 620 Four years and less than five years 600 Five years and over 700 A resolution that teachers be employed by the school year, to draw their salaries ln ten equal payments, wns adopted. An increase of $10n per year was added to the salary of the vice principal, nnd those of heads of departments were fixed ns fol lows: City superintendent of schools. $2500: high school. $2501: assistant superintendent. $1700: secretary of the board of education. $1200: assistant secretary. $50 per month: superintendent nf buildings. $110; assistant. $S0; supply clerk. $65. THEY HITCHED TOO LONG Transgressors of the Hitching Ordi nance Fined Small Amounts There were eight prisoners before Justice Owens yesterday on charges of hav ing violated the hitching ordinance. L. Schwarz, Conrad Rosenberg, A. Edmond son and H. Richmond paid fines of $2 for this offense. John Warren paid $3 and John Dafty $1. E. H. Smith was discharged, while C, H. Brook will be tried tomor row. Justice Owens set the trial of James Mur phy for the loth. Murphy Is charged with having committed battery upon Anna Goddard. Jack Bills, who got drunk on Monday and picked a fight with Ike Calvert; and was knocked down for his pains, was fined $10 or ten days on a charge of disturbing the peace. Calvert wns discharged. Joseph Johnston was given a thirty-day floater yesterday by Justice Morrison for stealing a pair of shoes. Julius Franklin paid a $10 fine for bat tery. They Held Him Up E. Castillo, a cigar maker, who resides on Twenty-second street, one block west of Vermont avenue, culled at the police sta tion yesterday morning, to report that !>'■ had been held up by two men at the corner of Twenty-thirel and Hoover streets Mon day night. He hael been visiting some friends and started home about 9:30 oclock. When at the corner of Hoover and Twenty second und Hoover streets a couple of men sprang out from the shadow of some trees, and one of them pointed a revolver at Cas tillo's head, ordering him to hold up his hands. Castillo complied, and the other rob ber proceeded to go through his pockets. An open-face silver watch, 25 cents in cash and a note for $25. signed by H. C. Price, on which Sis had been paid, were secured. He was then ordered to go about his business. Castillo stated that the robbers appeared to be young men. well dressed, and that they wore false beards. Chamber of Commerce A large sample of gold ore, with garnets Imbedded ln the rock. Is on exhibition ln the chamber of commerce from the Garnet Queen mine, near Riverside. Mrs. H H. Parker of Rosedale has brought In large quantities of beautiful carnations and roses to decorate the exhibit room. In an ticipation of Secretary Wiggins return to day from the Transmlsslsslppl exhibition fit Omaha. The genial secretary will not arrive, however, until some time Thursday. Federation of Societies The eighth quarterly meeting or the Fed eration of Societies of Southern California will convene tomorrow in the First Meth odist church, Brond\vay. The first session will open at 2 p. m., nt which time there will be a vocal solo by Mme. de Seminarlo, a recitation by Harry 1 Bledsoe, a paper by Hiss Cora Latham on the "Toung Wo men's Christian Association," and one by Mrs. Emma It. Neldig on the "Mission of Fraternity." • At the evening session Miss Freeman will speak for the Chautauqua circle, Rev. A. C. tVither for the Christian Hospital association; Miss Clara Bosbyshell and Miss Edna Foy will play piano and violin selections. Papers are limited to twenty minutes. Marriage Licenses William H Leishton. aged 32, a native of Rhode Island, and Jennie E. Dick, aged 31, a native of Michigan, both residents of Echo Mountain. Frank A. Bowles, aged 28. a native of New Jersey, and Jean W. Kelly, aged 20, a native of Colorado, both residents of this city. William Schneider, aged 28. a native of Switzerland, and Sophia M. Berth, aged 21, a native of France, both residents of this city. Isaac P. Noel, aged 53. a native of Wis consin, and Phoebe A. Dome, aged 44, a native of Indiana, both residents of this city. Berth-Schneider Miss Sophia M. Berth was married last evening at her parents' residence at the corner of Boylton and Bellevue avenues to William Schneider. Miss Berth was for several years leader of the Berth orches tra at the. Palace Cafe, and is a talented musician. Mr. Schneider is one of the pro prietors of the same establishment, and n very popular young gentleman. Mrs. Schneider will no longer be Identified with the orchestra, which she directed so ably and gracefully. Goodman Back Detective Goodman returned from San Diego yesterday mornlng.where he has been for a week past. The officer was greatly- Improved in health. He had been a witness In the case of Dan Kavanagh, who was tried and acquitted of the enarge of rav ishing an old woman of San Diego. Kav anagh escaped to this city, and was cap tured by Detective Goodman In a grading camp on Adams street. A New Line At 10 o'clock yesterday morning the Pa cific Postal Telegraph-Cable company completeel a new direct wire between Los Angeles and Chicago. The general super intendent, L. W. Storror of San Francisco, who was in the city yesterday, declartd that the increased overland traffic and de mand for more facilities have necessitated the laying of this extra wire. This makes seven direct wires running from Los An geles, three east and four north. A Herald Rustler A. A. Brltton. representing the Los An geles Herald is "rounding up" Ventura city and county. He obtained 315 subscrib ers for The Herald at Santa Barbara in a very few days. He is a rustler.—Ventura Free Press. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WANTED—PARTNER WITH $2000 AND some experience to Join me in buying a general store, long established and doing a good business, ln a town less than 30 miles from Los Angeles: stock Invoices about $6000; can he bought for $4000. Ad dress F., box 7, Herald. • UNPARALLELED MONEY MAKER: A beautiful, indispensable ladies' article; Immense seller everywhere; no competi tion: large satisfactory profit; descrip tive circular mailed. HARRISON NOV ELTY, 487 Broadway, N. Y. 10 FOR SALE-GROCERY STOCK IN southern part of the city, doing a good business. Owner obliged to give it up on account of bad health. Stock invoices $800. Will be sold cheap for cash. Address F., box S, Herald. 14 — WANTED—HAVE YOU $2000? I CAN PUT you in the way of making $50 per week with it. and will guarantee this. No risk whatever. Address F., box 19, Herald. 14 START MAIL ORDER BUSINESS; $50 made easily; no capital; send address and stamped envelope. EAST SIDE NOVELTY CO., A. BLOCK, 996 First aye., New York. 10 FOR SALE—GROCERY; CLEAN STOCK, cash trade, cheap rent, good store, living rooms, large yard and barn; $500; big dis count; see it at 3205 S. Main st. 8 FOR SALE—A TRADE SECRET.WORTH to any grocer $1000 a year; will sell it to only one person In Los Angeles. If inter ested address F., box 26, Herald. 9 FOR SALE-FEED AND FUEL Busi ness in Boyle Heights. A good trade es tablished and making money. Address F., box 7, Herald. 14 I SELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS. 1. D. BARNARD. 112 S. Broadway. PERSONALS WANTED — INFORMATION ABOUT George Lentzman, formerly of Shawnee town, Ills., who when last heard from was working in some Los Angeles livery 8lnble; he is 22 years of age, medium size and height, has light hair and eyes and a slight impe-diment in his speech. Ad dress GEORGE LENTZMAN, Sr., Shaw neetown, 111. ( CONDENSED MILK, 5c CAN; OLIVES, 10c quart, 30c gallon; ripe olives, 15c quart, 45 c gallon; prunes, raisins, peaches or apricots. 6 pounds for 25c. FORREST HOOD, grocer, 333 S. Main st. tf MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED from 819 S. Grand aye. to 618 W. Eighth st.; female diseases treated by electric ity; cure guaranteed. tf LADIES' MONTHLY REGULATOR— Never fails. Send 4 cents for Woman's Safe Guard. WILCOX MED. CO., Dept. 2, Philadelphia, Pa. tf WALL PAPER—NEW STOCK, LOW prices; guaranteed work. NEILSEN BROS., 704-708 S. Spring; 'phone red 1753. tt OUR CLAIM AS TO SHOES, BETTER shoes at equal prices, equal shoes at lower prices. BLANEY'S, 352 S. Spring. tf MISS WILLARD, COMPLEXION SPE clalist; one treatment free. 308 S. Main st. 1 FOR WINDOW SHADES, GO TO THE factory, 222 W. 6th. Prices the lowest, tf LACE CURTAINS DONE UP; 818 S. Olive. LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1898 The Herald. Rates for Classified Advertising Liners—S cent* per line ter each m ten ion. bet ice ef Marriage, Birth cr Death—Free. Obituaries. Funeral Notites end Special Announcement*— 10 centa per line. SPECIAL NOTICES TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-I HAVE discovered a sure cure for consumption and catarrh, purely vegetable, and have tested it thoroughly the past two years; It is all right, and if 1 had money to push It, 1 could make a fortune out ot it. I want a partner with money, and will give him an interest. Would prefer a doctor. Address J. W. P., Los Angeles, Cal., gen eral delivery. 8 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS ON Main street between First and Ninth streets. All owners objecting to paying for the asphalt paving of above street, for which bills have Just been issued, without warrant of law, may call at the office of Judge L. Gottschalk, 40-43 Phillips block, Spring street, in order to take united ac tion. THE COMMITTEE. 8 NOTICE —THE LOS ANGELES CITY Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of 6 and 8 oclock a. m. and 6 and 8 oclock p. m. For a vio lation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be charged before the water will be turned on again. tf A LIQUOR HOUSE EXCLUSIVELY. 209 New High St., Mark Moyle, proprietor. Whiskies from $4 up.; wines, $2.50 per gallon, "limit 4 gallons." Cigars, 10c straight; positively no groceries. 9 BY PAYING PARTICULAR PAINS TO the laundering of gentlemen's summer suits, coats, vests nnd trousers we do per fect work. EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY Tel. 367. LOS ANGELES STEAM CARPET CLEANING CO. will clean and lay all kinds of carpets at 3c per yard; all work guaranteed. 329 E. Second st. Tel. main 74. tf THE DAILY JOURNAL, PUBLISHING county official records, real estate trans fers, mortgages, liens, building news; one dollar monthly. 205 New High st. tf PARTIES HAVING CLOTHES AT Charlie's laundry, Garvanza, will please call for same and leave address for future orders. New man In charge. 10 RING MAIN 217; CARPETS CLEANED, laid same day. PIONEER STEAM CAR PET CLEANING WORKS, office 643 S. Broadway. tf H. M. SALTER, MUSICAL BOX SPEC iallst. All kinds repaired and cleaned. Ad dress card to 60S E. Twenty-eighth St., city. 14 GENTS' SUITS DRY CLEANED, $1.50 pants dry cleaned, 50c. BOSTON DYE WORKS, 256 New High St., near Temple. 6-11 TO MINERS SEND FOR LOB ANGE- Ies Review. Sample copies free. 110 N. Broadway. 8-11 OLEITE OF IRON-ASK HARNESS stores. 11 MEDIUMS REMOVED-MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM and Palmist; life reading, business spec ulations, mineral locations, removals, lawsuits, travels, marriages, children, dis positions and capabilities; all affairs of life. 41614 South Spring street, Room 3. Fees, 50c and $1. MME. LEO, MEDIUM AND CARD render; tells pust, present and future; gives lucky charms; brings the feparated together; causes speedy marriage; all those in trouble, love, business and f amiliy affairs, see her. 125 W. Fourth St. PROF. GEE, MEDIUM AND HEALER; readings, $1; test circles Tuesdays and Saturdays, 15c.; developing circles, Thurs day, 25c; circles at 7:30 p. m. 449% S. Spring St. 12 MME. GRACE. CARD MEDIUM AND Palmist; the wonder of the 19th century; reveals the paßt. present und future. 541 S. Los Angeles Bt., between Fifth nnd Sixth sts. tf MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT AND life business reading medium; all business affairs of life looked Into for the ad vancement of your future. 316% S. Spring Btreet. tf MRS. KATE lIOSKINS, TRANCE ME dium; sittings daily; evenings by ap pointment; '£rcle Tuesday evening; 25c. At 322 S. Spring st. tf MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, INDE pendent slate writer and clairvoyant me dium. 330'/., S. Spring St. Hours. 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. daily, Sundays excepted. 7-5 REMOVED—MRS. ELLA WHITE, 122 S. Olive St.. well-known spiritual test medi um; hours, 10 to 11 and 1 to 5. 11 PEARL SNOWDON, CARD READING; ladies, 250.; gents, 50c. 121% S. Spring st.. rooms 2 and 3. 6-14 MRS. E. M. DUVAL, CLAIRVOYANT, the most wonderful ln her profession; 446 S. Main st. tf AGNES H. PLEASANCE, TRANCE spirit medium; sittings dally. 355% S. Spring st. tf FRUITS AND VEGETABLES LUDWIG & MATTHEWS, WHOLESALE and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT MAKKET, 135 S. Main St. Tel. 550. tf WATCHMAKERS AGENTS' SAMPLES OF ROLLED GOLD Jewelry for sale at wholesale price. W. J. GETZ, 336 S. Broadway. WANTED Male Help HUMMEL BROS. & CO., EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. California Bank Building, 300-302 \v. Second st.. ln basement. Telephone 509. MEN'S DEPARTMENT Rock drillers. $2; laborers. $1.75; team sters, $25 etc.; ranch hand, $20 etc.; black smith, country, $1 etc. day; machinist. 30c hour; ranch choreman, $20 etc.; teamsters, $30 etc.; iron car men. $2; pile driver man. $2; ranch hand and milk, $20 etc.; ranch hand, $15 etc.; stone mason, $3.50; butter maker and milk, $30 etc.; coachman. $20. MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT Dishwasher, $20; all-round baker, coun try, $25; 2 restaurant cooks. $30 month; baker's helper, $10 month; young man to wait on help, $15 month; dishwasher, $15 etc HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT House girl, Llttlerock, $20; cook, $25; German house girl. $20; 3 house blrls, $20; 2—sl,"); girls to assist; housekeeper,slosec ond girl, $12.50. LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT Two waitresses, country, $20 etc.; cham bermaid and wait, $20 etc.; starcher and shirt finisher, country, $7 week; chamber maid, $20; 4 waitresses, country, $18 and fare; shirt ironer, country, $10 week; pas try cook. HUMMEL BROS. & CO. WANTED—SOO MEN TO HAVE THEIR shoes soled, 35c. M'LESKEY'S, cheapest place on earth. 124 E. Second st. tf Female Help WANTED—2O HANDSOMELY FORMED young ladies, to pose in living pictures. Apply to J. ROSENTHAL, Orpheum, to day at 10 a. m. tf Kale and Female Help WANTED—WHY BE IDLE. WHEN WE offer steady work? $6 dally sure; war nov elties; tableware and household necessi ties; enormous demand; new plan of sell ing. Address MUTUAL CO., 128 Cham bers St., New York. 10 I FURNISH COLORED HELP; BATTS factlon guaranteed. 200 E. Second. Phone red 1488. J. W. FOWLER. tf Situations—Male WANTED—SITUATION AS GARDEN er, hostler and general utility man, either city or country, by a thoroughly capable Irishman, 58 years of age: for the soke of a good home, with kind-hearted people, would accept almost any trifle In the way of wages that was offered. Good refer ences. Address F,, box 29, Herald. 8 Situations—Female WANTED-BY REFINED YOUNG Wo man, situation as companion or nurse to elderly lady at beach or mountain resort during the summer; willing to make her self generally useful and to accept very small compensation, provided the place is agreeable. Address F., box 30, Herald. I EXPERIENCED INFANT'S NURSE wants position to take entire charge of in fant. Address G., box 14, Herald. 10 ] . Agents WANTED-AGENTS AND CANVAS sers; our pictures are still selling won derfully; our picture, Just out, of the battle of Manila, $3 per hundred, with Admiral Dewey's photograph on each; the battleship Maine ln 20 colors, at ihe same price; we have also pictures of all the other ships, flagß, badges, medals and buttons; samples, 10c. P. P. CAP PEL, 17 Ann St., New York. 10 WANTED—AGENTS, LADIES OR GEN ll.•men. to handle an article that sells on sight; sample sent by mall, with terms to agents, 10c, or call on the STERLING PHARMACAL CO., 905 Myrtle aye., Brooklyn. 10 CATALOGUE OF WAR EMBLEMS, flags, etc., free. L. N. CUSHMAN, 34 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. wed-sat-aug 17 FREE POSITIONS FOR LADY CAN vassers. 517 S. Broadway, room 19. 8 AGENTS WANTED TO SELL WAR Pic tures. 3tK) South Broadway. 8 Money WANTED—TO BORROW FOR SIX months, on unincumbered city lots and personal property worth double the amount, $1500. for the use of which I will pay interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum. Address F., box 14 Herald. 14 WANTED—S2OOO FOR ONE YEAR, CITY real estate security. Will pay bank rate interest, a cash premium beside to agent who will negotiate the loan. Address F., box 17, Herald. 14 Partners WANTED—PARTNER, EITHER Ac tive or silent, with $2000 cash. Will give bond that Investment shall pay net profit of at least $30 per week and twice that If partner gives business his time. Address F., btfx 12 Herald. 14 To Purchase % . WANTED—TO PURCHASE UNINCUM bered lots on West Second, Third or Fourth sts., at a bargain for cash; no use replying to this advertisement without you can offer a bargain, as I buy for speculation. Address F., box 62, Herald. > PHYSICIANS DR. UNGER CURES CANCERS AND tumors; no knife or pain. 10714 N. Main street. tf UR, MINNIE WELLS—DISEASES OF women—at her block, 127 E. Third st. tf MINING AND ASSAYING THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE and Chemical Laboratory, 124 8. Main st R. A. PEREZ, E. M., manager. 12-4-tf ' FOX SENT Furnished Booms FOR RENT - FURNISHED FRONT rooms on Bunker Hill aye., very low lor the summer. Address F., box 22, Herald. 8 FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS IN private residence. Hill St., close in. Ad dress F., box 32, Herald. 8 NICE FURNISHED ROOMS, $1 PER week and up; $25c night. 519 S. Spring. 6-27 HOTEL DEWEY—R'MS N'WLY FRND.; mod. Imp. MRS. WRIGHT, 62114 8. Bry. tf THE M'KENZIE. HOUSEKEEPING rooms, en suite, $10 month. 827% 8. Spring tf Booms FOR RENT-ROOMS AND BOARD IN refined Christian family, private, where only a few persons will be taken, and they select. The house Is nicely furnished and the grounds and surroundings attractive. Gentlemen preferred; where two persons occupy one room the price per week will bess. Address F., box 24, Herald. 8 _, FOR RENT—A FLAT OF 4 ROOMS UP stalrs. No. 340 Clay st. tf Miscellaneous ■ * ' ii , r FOR RENT- yu FINE CHANCE FOR A - MAUNFACTURING CONCERN The quarters formerly occupied by The Herald Printing Establishment. No. 221 EAST FOURTH ST. Are offered for rent or to lease for a term of years. A large two-story building, well suited to manufacturing purposes, equipped with steam plant In perfect running or der; apparatus for oil burning, etc. Terms very reasonable. Apply at Her ald business office, 136 S. Braodway. tf FOB EXCHANGE Real Estate FOR EXCHANGE—TEN UNIMPROVED lots in southwestern part of city for ten or more lots in western part, south of Second street and north of Seventh. Agents, please notice. Address F., box 61, Herald. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—NICE 7-ROOM COT tage In southwestern part of city for house and lot or vacant lots In western part, east of Westlake Park. Address F., box 5, Herald. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—SIX LOTS ON WEST First st. for house and lot anywhere near the same neighborhood; lots are unin cumbered. Address F., box 3, Herald. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—TWO GOOD LOTS IN East Los Angeles for property in western part of city. Will pay some cash. Address F., box 2, Herald. 14 FOR EXCHANGE—VACANT LOTS IN city for house and lot In Pasadena, worth from $2500 to $3000. Address F., box 1, Herald. 14 Miscellaneous FOR EXCHANGE-STOCK OF HARD ware and house furnishing goods, in good town, county seat, for an Improved ranch ln Los Angeles county worth $5000; will pay some cash. Address F., box 6, Her ald. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—HORSE, BUGGY AND piano for unincumbered lot on Third, Ar nold or Fourth sts., east of Belmont Ho tel grounds. Address F., box 36, Herald. 8 FOR EXCHANGE—SET CYCLOPEDIA Britannica for household furniture or car pets not too much worn. Address F., box 4 Herald office. 14 FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD DRIVING horse for groceries or furniture. Address F., Box 3, Herald. 13 FOR EXCHANGE—PLAIN SEWING FOR rent of furnished room. Address F., box 5 Herald. 14 POR EXCHANGE-LADY'S WHEEL for typewriter. Address F., box 6, Herald office. H FOR EXCHANGE — HUNDREDS OF properties. BEN WHITE, 235 W. First. tf EDUCATIONAL WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 226 S. Spring St., Los Angeles; the oldest, largest and most elegantly equipped commercial school In Southern Califor nia; hundreds of successful graduates in banking and business houses; in session all the year: enter any day; evening school on Monday, Wednesday and Fri day evening; three complete courses, commercial, English and shorthand and typewriting; a thorough, practical and progressive schoool; large faculty of ex pert teachers: rates of tuition reasonable. Call or write for catalogue. I.OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, 212 W. Third st., beginning July sth and continuing six weeks, will conduct a spe cial summer school. Write at once for particulars. BATHS DORA FRANCIS, CABINET BATHS and massage. 233 W. First, room 4, be tween Spring and Broadway. 6-10 GRACE ROBINSON, TUB AND VAPOR baths, 120 N. Main St., room 3. lm EXCURSIONS ROCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON ducted excursions every Tuesday and Wednesday; low rates; quick time; Union depot, Chicago; office 214 South Spring street. tf FOR SALS Bouses FOR SALE-FOR $7.50 A MONTH AND a small cash payment I will build you a new 4-room cottage, plastered and paint ed to suit. In my Third Addition, Eighth und Mateo sts. Why pay rent, when you oan own your own home? C, A. SMITH, 213 W. First st- tt FOR SALE-NEW COTTAGE, 5 ROOMS, bath, water clasct, enameled sink, mantel, 40-foot lot, fenced, $950; easy terms; on White St.; Vernon cars. WIESENDAN GER, 427 S. Broadway. 6-20 City Lots and Lands FOR SALE-THE SHATTO MANSION IS on Lucas avenue and Orange street. Fur ther north on Lucas avenue, ' between Fourth street and Third, is the prettiest residence property, naturally, in the city of Los Angeles. The view from It in every direction Is magnificent. The cream of It all Is the block lying between Third and Arnold streets. For information about this choice property Inquire at 1257 W. Fourth St., corner Fourth and Blxel. 14 FOR SALE—RESIDENCE LOT 75 BY 125, in choice location, west, at two-thirds its value, for cash. Is worth $1500; will take $1000. Have urgent need for money, hence price. There could not possibly be a safer Investment of $1000 than this. The lot could surely be sold for $1500 the moment real estate begins to move again. Address F.i box 18, Herald. 14 FOR SALE—THE THIRD STREET TUN nel, to be voted for next month, will make Third street lots, out on the hills, very de sirable. The prettiest lots out there are between Blxel street and Lucas avenue. They can be bought very low now. There's big money in them. See owner, corner of Fourth and Bixel. 14 FOR SALE—AT SACRIFICE PRICES for cash, several choice lots on Blxel st., Third St., Arnold st. and Lucas aye. There is no more beautiful property In Los An geles. The owner needs money Immedi ately and will not refuse any leasonnble offer. This is worth looking Into. Apply 1257 W. Fourth St. 14 FOR SALE—IF YOU WOULD LIKE A lot on the hills see the block bounded by Blxel, Third and Lucas aye. Inquire of owner, 1257 Bixel st. 14 FOR BALE—THE BEST 40-FOOT LOT for $150 on White street; Vernon cars. WIESENDANGER, 427 8. Broadway. 6-20 FOR SALE-WE SELL THE EARTH. BASSETT & SMITH, Pomona, Cal. tf Country Property FOR SALE-LAND IN PARCELS TO suit at Colegrovc, a near suburb of Los Angeles, on Santa Monica electric road. COLE & COLE, Attorneys, 232 N. Main St., Los Angeles. tf Stocks and Bonds ROBT. HALE A CO.. STIMSON BLK. tf Miscellaneous ->*-*s FOR SALE—ALL THE LATEST COL ored pictures of Sampson, Dewey and others; all the battleships, mounted on heavy embossed board; also pictures of the battle of Manila, else 11x20; samples mailed, 10c; largest and cheapest house In the trade; write for prices. DICKEY NOVELTY AND PICTURE CO., 116 Centre St., New York. 10 FOR SALE—GOLD ALLOY AMERICAN watches, $1.95. warranted 6 years; these are watches, not "clocks;" exclusive ter ritory and big profits for agents; send for sample and catalogue free. KEENE'S WATCH STORE, 140 Fulton St., New York. 10 FOR SALE—BATTLESHIP MAINE pins, Uncle Sam's hat, eagle with shield enameled in colors, silver-plated, mount ed on silk flags; outfit, 10c; assorted doz en, 30c. JEWELRY, box 937, Providence, R. I. 10 FOR SALE-LADY'S GOLD WATCH AND chain, cost $110 last Christmas, for a mere fraction of that price. Will take $50. Ad dress F., box 13, Herald. 14 FOR SALE—PROSPECTOR'S OUTFIT, consisting of pair of mules, wagon, cook ing utensils, etc. Will be sold cheap. Ad dress F., box 10, Herald. 14 FOR SALE—CHICKERING UPRIGHT piano, ebony case, has been used four years, for $200. Address F., box 11 Herald office. 14 FOR SALE—SCHOLARSHIP IN SAN Francisco business college. For particu lars address F., box 9, Herald. 14 LOST AND FOUND LOST—FOX TERRIER FEMALB PUP, six months old; white with light brown head, spot on middle of back and on tail, Reward, C. F. BURKE, 21314 N. Spring, or 417 W. Twenty-third st. 8 LOST—A DARK FUR CAPE, JUNE STH, on Broadway, Sixth or Orange st. Re ward for its return to 1621 Orange st. 8 LOST—YESTERDAY AFTERNOON, A ladles' gold watch and chain; finder will be rewarded. 141V4 N. Broadway. 7 DENTISTS ADAMS BROS., DENTAL PARLORS. 239V4 S. Spring st.; painless extraction, 50c; fillings; plates from $4; all work guaran teed; established 12 years. Hours, 8-5; Sundays, 10-12. Tel. black 1273. tf FRANK STEVENS, 324% 8. SPRING ST.; open days and evenings; also Sundays; electric light. Tel. black 821. MUSICAL INSTRUCTION PIANO HOUSE—A. G. GARDNER, 118 Winston St., near the postoffice building; Briggs Pianos, new and second-hand; also other makes. t( BOOKS BOOKS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT, SOLD and exchanged. JONES' BOOK STORE, 226 and 228 W. First st, tf MONEY TO LOAN TO LOAN—MONET tS LARGE OH •mall amounts at lower rates of Interest than others c harge, on all kinds of col lateral security, diamonds, watches, Jew elry, pianos, furniture, life Insurance and all good collateral; partial payments re ceived; money quick; private office for ladles. G. M. JONES, rooms 13-14, 254 S. Broadway. 1-30-99 MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $1000 to $200,000, on inside gilt-edged income bearing property only. Inquire of F. Q. STORY, room 303, Henne block, 122 W, Third St. 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., 40] S. Spring st. tf TO LOAN—A BARREL OF MONEY OH diamonds, pianos, furniture and all first class securities; business confidential; CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway, rooms 1 and 2. 6-29-tf TO LOAN—IF TOU WANT MONEY ON real estate security, I have It In any amount; $5000 to $50,000 at 6 per cent. WM. F. BOSBYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway. 6-20-tf POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, ROOM 308 Wilcox building, lend money on any good real estate; building loans made; it you wish to lend or borrow call on us, tf MONEY TO LOAN ON JMPROVED real estate; Interest decreases as you pay. STATE MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N. 141 S. Broadway. 5-20-tf MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE In any amount, 5 to 8 per cent Interest; light expense. HOWE & OBEAR, 311 Bradbury building. tf MONEY TO LOAN-$2OO TO $95,000 ON city and country real estate. LEE A. Mc- CONNELL & CO., rooms 302 and 303, 211 S. Broadway. tt J. C. CRIBB & CO., R. 319 WILCOX BLDG, lend money on good real estate. If you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 21 I CAN MAKE YOU LARGE OR SMALL loans at very light expense. HENRY HART, 103 E. Second st. tt MONEY IN LARGE OR SMALL amounts at 6 to 8 per cent. M. F. O DEA, 203 Bradbury building. tt MONEY TO LOAN-BUILDING LOANS a specialty. EDW. D. SILENT & CO., 212 W. Second. ti TO LOAN-5 TO 8 PER CENT MONEY. BRADSHAW BROS., room 202, Bradbruy block. tf LOW RATES—E. C. CRIBB, 218 S. Bd'wy. LOANS, A. H. HEDDERLY, 200% S. Bd'y. LINES OF TBAVEL Pacific Coast Steamship Co. tw The company's elegant steamers Sunta Rons and Pomona leave Ke- IsVtQsMm donilo at 11 a.m. and U BVI Port Los Angelea at 1:30 fl WIIW p.m tor San Francisco via Santa Barbara and Port Harford June 4, 8, 12,18, 20, 24, 28, July 2, 6, 10, 14, 18. 22, 2«, SO, Aug. 3. and every fourth day thereafter. Leave Port Los Angeles at • a.m. and R««londo at U a.m. for San Diego June 2, 8, 10, 14, 18, 22, 28, 30, July 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, August 1 and every fourth day thereafter. Cars con nect via Redondo leave Santa Fe depot at 10 a.m.. or from Redondo Ry. depot at 9:30 a.m. Cars conneot via Port Los Angeles leave S. P. R. R. depot at 1:35 p.m. for steamers north bound. The steamers Coos Bay ana Homer leave Snn Pedro and Kant Ban Pedro for San Francisco via Ventura. Carpi n terla, Santa Barbara, Gavlota, Port Har ford, Cayucos. San Simeon. Monterey and Santa Cruz at 6JO p. m. June 1, 5, 9,13,17, 21, 25, 29, July 3, 7, 11, 16, 19, 23, 27, 31, Aug. 4 and evor fourth day thereafter. Cars connect with steamers via San Pedro leave S.P.R.R. (Arcade depot) at 5:03 p.m. and Terminal Ky. depot at 5:10 p.m. For further Infor mation obtain folder. The company re serves right to change, without previous notice, steamers, sailing dates and hour* of sailing. W.PARRIS. Agt.. 134 W. Second St., Los Angeles, GOODALL. PERKINS & CO.. Qen- Agts.. 8. F. To the Best Ocean Resorts H LOS ANGELES -F : TER7VnNHL- £ | " RAILWAY CO- F TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS, ' EFFECT FEB. 21, 1898. From Los Angeles to liepars Arrive Oleudale, Tropieo aud J <B:suam 'loawam Vcrdugo Park I *a:3spui *6:o7pia Pasadena, < *7 ;U>am *B:l.'am tiarvanza and 4*l2:lspui *l:sJpui Ostrich Farm t *o:3opm *U:sspm ban Pedro, i "Sudani *B:ldara Long Beach snd 1 •1:55 pm *12:0opui Terminal Island ( *6:10 pot *a:ia pra Altadena •12:15piu Miopia Catallna Island »B:4oatn ts:lopin Catalina island ||B:4sam ||7:Bopm •Daily. (Except Sunday. ||Sunday only. Excursion rates every day. uoyla Heights, Daly street and Downey aye. cat lines pass Terminal Stations. & B. HYNES, General Manager. LOS ANGELES AND REDONDO RAIL* way Company. Los Angeles depot: Cor. Grand aye. and Jefferson st. Leave Leave Los Angeles Redondo for for Redondo. Los Angeles 8:00 a. m., Sun. only 7:00 a. m., Sun. only 9:30 a. m. dally 8:00 a. m., dally 10:45 a. m., Sun. only 9:30 a. m., Sun. only 1:30 p. m. dally ll::00 a. m., daily 5:30 p. m. daily 4:15 p. m., dally 7:00 p. m., Sun. only 5:45 p. m., Sun. only 11:30 p. m., Sat. only 6:30 p. m., Sat. only . Take Grand aye. electric cars or Mala st. and Agricultural park cars. L. J. PERRY, Superintendent AMKKICAN AND BED STAR LINKS To England, Antwerp and ihe Continent RKD STAR LINK—New York, Philadel phia, Southampton, Antwerp AHKKICAN LINK-flhiladclphla-Livor pool servicoj. Philadelphia, Queenstown, Liv erpool Under Belgian and British tings KMPIRK LINK—For Alaska and tha Gold Fields. Steamers Ohio. Indiana, Piinn h.vlvcnla, Illinois, 3400 tons; Coaemaugh, 2400 tons. (Formerly in the Trsnsatlantlo service of the American Line). APPOINTED SAILINGS FROM SEATTLE: bteaiuer OHIO—JUNE 15th. Steamer INDIANA—JUNE 22d. stesmer PENNSYLVANIA—JUNE 29th, for ST MICHAEL. Connecting with company's fleet of new and modern steamer* and barges on the Yukon river through to Dawson City and intermediate points. Fur passage and freight apply to INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION CO.. 30 Montgomery St, Baa Fiaaclsoo, Cat, or any of Its agencies.