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FOR EXCHANGE
Beal Estate
FOR EXCHANGE—A PLACE BEAT'Tl
fully situated in the Eocondido valley, ot
14 acres, house, barn, windmill, fine wa
ter system, fruits, etc.; will exchange for
good eastern property; would prefer Ten
nessee or the south. Address S., box 34,
Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE—2O ACRES OF GOOD
fruit orchard; also 20 shares of stock in
water company; value about $6000; will
exclinge for city property; Incumbered,
$2500; tell equity at 50 per cent discount,
if arranged at once. Address S., box 01,
Herald. 2G
FOR EXCHANGE—AT SANTA MONICA,
for Los Angeles improved property, a
lovely home; highly improved grounds;
value $6000, unincumbered; will take a
smaller place for half; balance to suit.
W. H. KIMBALL, 325 Second St., Santa
Monica. 24-2G-2S
FOR EXCHANGE—IOO ACRES OF FINE-
Iy improved timber land, alongside of
railroad, near Cartwright, Wis.; will ex
change for Southern California property;
give full particulars. Address S., box 35,
Herald. 25
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES
Of land, value $4000; will take $2000 cash or
will exchange for part city property and
part cash; no incumbrances; this is a bar
gain. Address T., box SS, Herald. 24
(FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE—A 160
-acre foothill ranch in Humboldt county,
where crops never fail; fine spring water:
located within six miles of four good
towns. Address T., box 32, Herald. 25
FOR EXCHANGE —A BEAUTIFUL 10
-acre olive ranch; 6-room house, barn, im
provements; will exchange for Los An
geles property, or sell at a bargain. Ad
dress S., box 51, Herald. 26
i .
WANTED -TO EXCHANGE FINE
acreage in Chatsworth or Pasadena for a
stock of groceries; country store pre
ferred; give stock as invoiced. Address
S., box 59, Herald. 2G
[WANTED —FOR EXCHANGE, 70-ACRE
ranch in Riverside county; new house,
windmill, complete improvements, for
. general merchandise stock. Address T.,
box 35, Herald. 24
FOR EXCHANGE —SEVERAL GOOD
houses and lots, close in, for clear Califor
nia northern or eastern: prefer unim
proved property. R. VERCH, room 80,
Temple block. 21
FOR EXCHANGE—LAND UNDER A
good water system, improved or unim
proved, for a home in Loa Angeles: must
give full particulars. Address S., box2l,
Herald. 21
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD BUSINESS
property here, wortli about $5000, for
property In Northern Texas, town or city.
E. L. TIIUELKELD, 103 S. Broadway.
21
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE A FINE
ranch property; all set to bearing fruit;
will exchange for place in city; give value.
Address 8., box 29, Herald. 24
FOR EXCHANGE—FINE FOOTTTTLL
and mesa land, near railroad station;
will trade for a good stock ot drugs. Ad
dress S., box 26, Herald. 21
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE TWO COT
tages in San Diego, good renters, for gen
eral merchandise, city or country. Ad
dress T., box 3S, Herald. 26
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD SAN DIEGO
property; will exchange for improved
popcrty in Wisconsin. Address S., box
33, Herald. 25
FOR EXCHANGE—TWO GOOD HOUSES
near Westlake for stock of jewelry ns
part payment. Address T., box 40,
Herald. 25
FOR EXCHANGE—EQUITIES IN FlRST
class city residence property for fruit
ranch, clear. Address T., box IS, Her
ald. 21
FOR EXCHANGE—NICE 7- ROOM RES
idence, stable, large lot: sure to increase
in value. Address R., box 01, Herald. 25
FOR EXCHANGE—MODERN COTTAGE
in East Los Angeles for property in the
east. Address R., box G2, Herald. 25
FOR EXCHANGE—TWO HOUSES ON
southwest, side one or both, for vacant
lots. Address T., box 37, Herald. 24
FOR EXCHANGE — SOME PINE LOTS
nicely located, for a good paying business.
Address P., Box 51, Herald. 24
FOR EXCHANGE—LEMON ORCHARD
in San Diego for good eastern property.
Address T., box 49, Herald. 24
FOR EXCHANGE — HUNDREDS OF
properties. BEN WHITE, 235 W. First.
' tf
Miscellaneous
FOR EXCHANGE—63 ACRES Al PllOS
phate land, good 7-room house, barn and
house for servants; 20 acres fenced and set
to fruit; finely located in Florida, near
Tampa; price $5000; clear; want city prop
erty.
Al story-and-a-half strictly modern
cottage of 8 rooms and all modern im
provements; lot 30x132; price $1500; this Is
In one of the best locations In the south
west; will exchange for improved coun
try property, close in, for $2500 or $3000;
balance can remain on mortgage.
For sale or exchange—A good 4-room
house, lot 40x100, price $1150; will sell for
$130 down, balance long time, or exchange
for lot in southern part of oitj'.
F. W. WISMER, 125 S. Broadway. 24
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE STREET
bonds for extra fine lady's paddle horse,
bridle and saddle; must be in first-class
condition. Call or address 22S S. Sn'o st.,
Boyle Heights. ROGERS.
e-o-d-26
FOR EXCHANGE — A FIRST-CLASS
spring wagon for painting nnd papering.
Inquire of contractor after Monday noon,
corner Ninth st. nnd Maple aye. 24
WANTED—TO TRADE JERSEY COW
for an organ or a piano. Address M.,
box 26, Herald. 25
FOB EXCHANGE
Miscellaneous
WANTED—TO TRADE GOOD, CLEAR
building lot for a covered wagon
to be used for a miner's outfit. Address
8., box 62, Herald. 23
FOR EXCHANGE—WANT SOME ONE
willing to take care of flat in exchange
for rent of room. Address T., box 55,
Herald. 24
FOB BENT
Houses
FOR RENT—HOUSE 8 ROOMS AND
stable, 552 Maple aye. ■
House 6 rooms and stable, 920 Diamond
St., close In; $6 per month.
Will sell on monthly payments or ex
change. R. VERCH, room SO, Temple
block. 21
FOR RENT—A NICE FLAT, DOUBLE
parlors, 2 bedrooms, dining room and
kitchen, bath, electric lights; reasonable
for the summer. Address T„ box 20, Her
ald. 26
TO LEASE-A BUSINESS BLOCK; FINE
room below and flat above; suitable for a
wood and coal business; a bargain to
right party. Address T., box 41, Herald. 23
FOR RENT—DO NOT PAY RENT: BUY
a good 5-room house, $1000; monthly pay
ments $15; no cash payment required. AL
LISON BARLOW, 123 S. Broadway. 8-12
FOR RENT—S2S; A 9-ROOM HOUSE,
Mission style; oak floors; first-class or
der; barn, etc.; one block from Westlake.
417 S. Alvarado st. 21
FOR RENT—NEW MODERN COTTAGE,
5 rooms, bath, large lot, trees, nicely lo
cated. Address T., box 4S, Herald. 24
FOR RENT—A 5-ROOM COTTAGE, ON
car line; modern; rent, $11, including
water. Address S., box 46, Herald. 25
FOR RENT—4-ROOM LOWER FLAT,
newly papered; gas ranges, bath, etc. Ad
dress T., box 29, Herald. 25
FOR RENT—7-ROOM NICELY DECOR
ated cottage, close to business. Apply 561
S. Hope st. 24-27-29
FOR RENT—3-ROOM FLAT. 345 S. Hill
street. 24
Furnished Houses
FOR RENT- IN EXCHANGE FOR TWO
meals a day, a partly furnished 5-room
cottage, near Second St., to married couple
or ladies; party is young man; neatness
and agreeableness are requisites which
Mill adjust all other arrangements. Ad
dress M., box 62, Herald. 25
FOR RENT—FURNISHED OR UNFUR
nlshed 4-room cottage, with bath; also a
6-room house, gas and bath; moderate
rent. Apply F. BRINCKLER, Real Es
tate, 233 W. Washington St. 24
FOR RENT—A NICE COTTAGE. PART-
Iy furnished; good location, between two
car lines; rent $5 per month to the right
party. Address S., box 48, Herald. 23
FOR SALE—A SMALL PI-ACE, WITH s
room house; alfalfa; might be used as
chicken ranch. Address T., box CI,
Herald. 24
FOR RENT—AT CATALINA; FURNISII
ed cottages and tents; nice location; $3
to $S per week. S. EDDY, Avalon. eos-tf
FOR RENT—TASTEFULLY FURNISIT,
ed 4-room cottage; choice location. En
quire at 421 W. Adams St. 24
FOR RENT—A NICELY FURNISHED
house. For particulars address T., box
7, Herald. 25
FOR RENT—24 ROOMS, FURNISHED,
$40 per month. D. C. WILSON, 216 W.
First st. 24
FOR RENT—4-ROOM COTTAGE FUR
ntshed. 123 S. Bunker Hill st. 23
Furnished Booms
FOR RENT—LARUE SUNNY FURNIBH
ed and unfurnished rooms from $2 to $(i
per month. THE CLINTON, 703 Upper
Main st,, 2 blocks from center of city,
su-tf
4.T HOTEL GLENMORE, 135 8. BROAD
way, elegantly furnished rooms, en suite
or single, at summer rates to respectable
parties; select rooms now. tf
FOR RENT—THE BROWNING, 540H 8.
Spring st; front suite, $12 a month; single
rooms $1 a week and up; all modern oon
venlences. 24
FOR RENT—LARGE DESIRABLE FUR
nlshcd suite, nnd other rooms, with good
board if desired. The Ellis, 315 N. Broad
way. 24
SEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
cash, at Hotel Glonrnore, IHty S. Broad
way; low summer rates; baths free. 24
SEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS AT WON
derfully low summer rates. Holel Glen
more, 131% S. Broadway; baths free. 24
TOR RENT — SUNNY FURNISHED
rooms, very convenient for light house
keeping. Address S., box 5, Herald. 25
POR RENT—NTCELY FURNISHED AND
unfurnished rooms; prices reasonable.
5131.4 8. Spring st. 24
HOTEL DEWEY—NEW; SELECT YOUR
rooms; transient. 621U S. Broadway, tf
Booms
TOR RENT—4 ROOMS, COMPLETELY
furnished, first-class In every detail; a
lovely place for a small family; call at
843 S. Flower St. and see. 24
TOR RENT—3 ROOMS, BATH AND
closet. 557 Ruth aye. 24
r LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1895
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RUNT-FRONT AND RACK PAR
lor, with small kitchen, detached, for
rent at a reasonable price. Address T.
box .1, Herald. 25
FOR RENT—2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
batb, curtains, ball; $(i. 333 S. Figueroa
street. 24
Board and Rooms
FOR RENT-ROOMS, WITH BOARD;
cool, delightful rooms, with awnings,
good verandahs, in modern house, over
looking Westlake park; lawn and flow
ers; excellent home cooking; private fam
ily; 2 car lines. Address M., box 25, Her
ald. 24
FOR RENT—IN A MOST DESIRABLE
location, opposite Westlake Park; room
and board for gentleman who would ap
preciate a nice, quiet home; convenient
to two car lines. Address T., box 13,
Herald. 28
FOR RENT-A FINE PARLOR SUITE OF
rooms; clectrict light, with board: break
fast and dinner at 6 o'clock p. m., for a
gentleman desiring a good home in private
family. Address P.. Box 48, Herald. 24
FOR RENT—FRONT ROOM, PRIVATE
family, with or without board; reason
able; for gentleman. Address T.. box 80,
Herald. 24
FOR RENT—NICE ROOM; ALL CON
veniences; close In; for $8 a month; alsc
board, if desired. Address S., box 49,
Herald. 28
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED
front room; good location; board; every
convenience. AfJdress 8., box 50, Herald.
I 1 BS
FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, with or without board, in family
of 2 adults. 640 Ruth aye. 24
FOR RENT-A NICE, COMFORTABLE
room and good board. Address T., box
1", Herald. 24
Beal Estate
FOR RENT - 50 ACRE RANCH,
fenced, with house, adjoining city, neat
East Los Angeles; $10 per month to right
party. R. VERCH, room 80, Temple
block. 24
FOR SALE — LITTLE PROPERTY
good place for keeping chickens. Call
Sunday; 1209 Cahuenga st., between
Eleventh and Twelfth. 24
Stores and Offices
FOR RENT—A LARGE HALL OVER
McLean's Decorative Plaster works. Ap
ply 132 Center plnee. 24-27-29
Miscellaneous
WANTED—TO LEASE, FOR CHICKEN
ranch, a small place near or in direction
of Pasadena or north of same town; in
writing give size of place and amount of
rent per year. Address S., box 20, Her
ald. 25
WANTED—TO LEASE A PLACE IN
the foothills above Pasadena, suitable for
a chicken ranch; location must be healthy
and with plenty of mountain water. Ad
dress S., box 54, Herald. 26
(WANTED —TO RENT A PLACE, IM
proved, with fruit trees in bearing; range
for chickens and plenty of water. Ad
dress S., box 24, Herald. 21
WANTED—TO LEASE A WELL-STOCK
ed place; good water system; fruit; im
proved with house, barns, etc. Address
S., box 33, Herald. 23
PERSONALS
PERSON AT. —A NEAT, INDUSTRIOUS
and religious widow of 26. no incumbran
ces, nice home, desires elderly gentleman
acqualntnace; must have means; object,
matrimony; no trlflers; confidential ref
erences. Address V., box 31, Herald. 21
PLAIN. HONEST WIDOW, AGED 40,
would like to meet an educated anil re
fined business gentleman over 40; object,
matrimony; no tritlers. Address V.. box
6, Herald. 24
THEATRICAL GENTLEMAN WISHES
lady with means to join him in finishing
dramatic study; object, matrimony and
stage career. Address V., box 13, Herald.
21
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 falls. Send 4 cents for Woman's
Safe Guard. WILCOX MED. CO., Dept.
2, Philadelphia, Pa. tf
WALL PAPER — NEW STOCK, LOW
prices; guaranteed work. NEILSON
BROS., 701-708 S. Spring; 'phone red 1753.
tf
MISS WILLARD, COMPLEXION SPE
clallst; one treatment free. 308 S. Main.
8-2
FOR WINDOW SHADES GO TO THE
factory, 222 W. 6th. Prices the lowest, tf
a. Z. W.—WILL COME AT ONCE; LOST
address. Address V., box 4, Herald. 24
DR. GOING, 640H S. SPRING STREET,
cures ruptures, tumors and piles. 28
MINING AND ASSAYING
MINING AND ASSAYING—LEW E. AU
BURY, the leading Assayer, 115 West
First St., opposite Natick House. Brancn
offices: San Diego and Spokane, Wash.
THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE
and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main st.
R. A. PEREZ E. M., Manager. 11-4-1 1
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE-ON EASY TERMS; THE
Little Maggie Gold Mining claim, In tho
Pinacate mining district, six miles weat
of Perrts, Riverside county; the best
chance for a practical miner with a little
ready money to get hold of a genuine
producing mine that there is In Califor
nia today. The Little Maggie has been
worked off and on in a primitive hand-to
mouth way for several years, but never
to any great depth. Most of the work has
been drifting and (toping, "above the
water," the water coming in at 60 feet.
The claim is 1500 feet long, with the ledge
In sight every foot of the way, and we will
forfeit $500 If there Is a foot of it In which
there is not gold. The average yield in
the arastra, extending over a period of
four years, has been about $60 to the ton
of ore. The best ore, and most of it, has
been found at the greatest depth- that is,
below the water level. We are convinced,
not only from our own experience, but
from that of (he Good Hope, the Gavilan
and other mines in the immediate neigh
borhood, that depth Is all that Is neces
sary to insure a great mine. Neither of
the mines mentioned hud at a like depth
with the Little Maggie anything like the
showing the latter has. And the watrr,
though troublesome to us, because we lack
machinery with which to take care of it,
is in Itself valuable. It could be sold for a
good price any day. though, of course, it
will be needed on the property whenever a
mill is put up. There is enough to run
ten stamps, and possibly twenty. The
property Is In every way an interesting
one. We offer it for sale simply because
we haven't tho means to develop it as
it ought to be to be profitable. We will
sell it on the most liberal terms, and give
the buyer every opportunity to investi
gate and sntisfy himself of its value
before he Invests a cent. For further
information about it see J. M. HASSON,
at the ofllce of Sherwood & Koyer, 141
8. Broadway. tf
FOR SALE—A HALF INTEREST IN ONE
of the best paying general merchandise
Rtores south of San Francisco; business
will invoice about $15,000; can be bought at
a heavy discount, at least 20 per cent;
property in the hands of a receiver; owner
has had heavy losses by fire in another
city, leaving him In a cramped position
financially; investigate soon. Address
0. , Box 55, Herald. 24
FOR SALE—A COMPLETE STOCK OF
stationery, notions and fancy crockery,
etc.. in live country town near Los An
geles: clean stock and first-class; value
$3500: population of town 11000. Write for
full particulars. Address P., Box 53, Her
ald. 24
WILL MAKE YOU BIG MONEY.. $300
on every $100 Invested now on my Inside
Information; no losses; trjode through
your own broker; will Impart information
for ten dollars; act immediately. SAM
UEL SCOTT, 6 Wall St., N. Y. 24
FOR SALE-STOCK OF DRUGS, Fix
tures and business, including medical
practice of the late Dr. J. M. Harris.
Apply to E. R. THRBLKBLD, 103 S.
Broadway. 24
YOUNG MAN WOULD PUT FEW HUN
dred dollars In legitimate business with
respectable partner, that would give fair
living; state particulars. Address T., box
23, Herald. 25
FORTY GENTLEMEN, WITH THEIR
wives, can secure newly furnished rooms
at astonishingly low summer rates; baths
free; at Hotel Glenmore, 131 ft S. Broad
way. 24
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORE. DOING
a cash business of $25 per day; long lease
and a No. 1 stand; will sell at inventory;
a bargain. Address M., box 24, Herald. 24
FOR SALE—A FINE MILK TtOUTE;
selected customers; netting about $160 a
month; reason for desiring to sell, poor
health. Address S., box 40, Herald. 26
WANTED—A SMALL RANCH ON
shares; must have plenty of water; adapt
ed to grow alfalfa; give location. Ad
dress T., box 02, Herald. 24
WANTED—A HALF-INTEREST IN A
good paying business in Los Angeles;
must bear close investigation. Address
S., box 43, Herald. 25
WANTED—TO PURCHASE A GOOD
paylng retail business on Broadway; give
1 particulars anil exact locality. Address
T., box 14, Herald, 25
i WANTED—TO INVEST OR BUY
shares in a good paying business: give
particulars In full. Address S., box 37.
Herald. 25
FOR SALE—AT ONCE, AN ESTAR
llshed corner grocery; good, steady
trade; cheap. Address T., box 31, Her
ald. 24
FOR SALE —SMART PROFITABLE RE
tnll business: finest corner in town; low
expenses. Address M., box 82, Herald. 21
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—STOCK OF
jewelry, or cheap for cash. o. E.
GRUBB, 227 E. First st. 24
I SELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS.
1. D. BARNARD. 112 S. Broadway.
:
EDUCATIONAL
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 229 ,
S. Spring street, Los Angeles; the oldest, '
largest and most elegantly equipped
commercial school In Southern Califor
nia; hundreds of successful graduates in f
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 school; large faculty of ex
pert teachers; rates of tuition reasonable. I
Call or write for catalogue.
DO YOU WANT, TO SPEAIC AND
write French, Spanish, correctly In 25 .
lessons, saving time and money? Go to
the LANGUAGES STUDIO, U9ft South
Spring. 24
WANTED—BOYS RELATING A BOYS' '
brass band. For further particulars ap
ply to MUSIC STUDIO, 119 ft S. Spring. .
24
1
MUSICAL STUDIO, 119 ft S. SPRING;
Piano, voice culture, violin, mandolin, f
cornet, flute, clarinet lessons. 21
DRESSMAKING 1
DRESSMAKING—GREATLY REDUCED
prices for next 30 days; strictly first-class; '
by the day or piece. Room 21, 727 8. I
Broadway. M
HONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN—
6 PER CENT INTEREST
(at maturity)
In Amounts of from $200 to $2000.
TO BUILD HOMES
Anil to pay oft MORTGAGES.
Note specially that we cancel the mort
gage In case of death of borrower (be
fore debt Is repaid).
Loan repayable in easy payments
SAME AS RENT
Loans can be repaid partly or in full
any time after one year; no delay; no
bonus, commission nor premium deduct
ed from loan, fall or write. The Protec
tive Savings Mutual Building and Loan
Association, 406 S. Broadway, Lo« An
geles, Cal. 24
TO LOAN—MONEY IN LARGE OR
small amounts at lower rates of Interest
than others charge, 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
ladies. G. M. JONES, rooms 12-14, 234 S.
Broadway. 1-30-M
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., 402
S. Spring st. tf
MONEY LOANED AT NET INTEREST
rates of from 4ft to 8 per cent per an
num, according to the character and size
of loans. EDWARD D. SILENT & CO.,
212 W. Second St. tf
TO LOAN—A BARREL OF MONEY ON
diamonds, pianos, furniture and all first
class securities; business confidential.
CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway, rooms
1 and 2. 5-29-tf
TO LOAN—IF YOU WTNT 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 & WADSWORTII, ROOM
308 Wilcox building, lend money on any
good real estate; building loans made; if
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
real estate; Interest decreases as you pay.
STATE MUTUAL BUILDING AND
LOAN ASS'N, 141 S. Broadway. 6-20-tf
MONEY TO LOAN—S2OO TO $95,000 ON
city and country real estate. LEE A. Mc-
CONNELL & CO., rooms 302 and 303, 218
S. Broadway. tf
MONEY—TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
in any amount; 5 to 8 per cent Interest;
light expense. W. H. OBEAR, 110 S.
Broadway. ' tf
I CAN MAKE YOU LARGE OR SMALL
loans at very light expense. HENRY
HART, 103 E. Second St. tf
TO LOAN-6 TO 8 PER CENT MONEY.
BRADSHAW BROS., r00m202, Bradbury
block. tf
LOW RATES-E. C. CRIBB, 218 S. Bd'wy.
MEDIUMS
REMOVED—MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM
and Palmist; life reading, business spec
ulations, mineral locations, removals,
lawsuits, travels, marriages, children,
dispositions and capabilities; all affairs of
life. 41Gft S. Spring st., room 3. Fees,
50c and $1.
MME. GRACE, CARD MEDIUM AND
Palmist; the wonder of the 19th century;
reveals the past, present and future. 544
8. Los Angeles St., between Fifth and
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 ft S. Spring
street. tf
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, INDE
pendent slate writer and clairvoyant me
dium. 330 ft S. Spring st. Hours, 10 a. m.
to 4 p. m. dally, Sundays excepted. S-ll
LEONORA D'ESTE, LIFE READER.
Those who are in trouble call and you will
find her predictions truthful. 107 ft South
Broadway. Honrs 9 to 5 daily. 27
MRS. KATE HOSKINS, TRANCE ME
dlum; sittings daily; evenings by ap
pointmont; circle Tuesday evening; 25c.
At 322 S. Spring st. tf
MRS. E. M. DUVAL, CLAIRVOYANT
and business medium; the most wonder
ful In her profession. 446 S. Main st. tf
MRS. SANSOME, CLAIRVOYANT AND
business medium. Grand Pacific hotel,
423>4 S. Spring st. aul7
AGNES H. PLEASANCE, TRANCE
spirit medium; sittings dally. 355 ft S.
Spring st. tf
MRS. ELLA WHITE, 122 S. OLIVE, IN
new flats; well known trance test me- ,
dlum. 14
MISS VALLI'ANT, NOTED CARD READ
er and palmist. Room 4, 330% S. Spring
St. 8-1
C. M. SNODGRASS. PALMIST; LIFE
and character readings. 316 ft S. Spring. 23
PROF. GEE READ, $1; CIRCLES TUES.,
Th„ Sat., 7:30; 15c. 449 ft S. Spring. 29 '
PHYSICIANS
DR. UNGER CURES CANCERS AND '
tumors; no knife or pain. 107 ft N. Main
street. tf
, ■ 1
DR. MINNIE WELLS—DISEASES OF i
women—at her block, 127 E. Third it. tf
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND—SAN DIEGO BOTTLED AND
kog beer; family trade supplied with the
best beer in the market. At HEIM'B
BOTTLING WORKS. 446 to 456 Central
aye. Telephone, main 250. tf
\ I.OST-THURSDAY EVENING, A FOX
terrier, with last year's tog, No. 10, on
collar. Reward will be paid for his re
turn to 721 W. Twenty-third St. 24
I .
! LOST—THOROUGHBRED SPITZ DOO,
young, drooping ears, answers to narae
! of "Rowdy." Five dollars'reward if. re
turned to 207 S. Bonnie Brae St. 24
LOST—A WHITE BULL-TERRIER PTTP,
4 months old. Return him to the Cabinet,
461 S. Spring st; liberal reward paid. 24
1 BATHS
' MISS DORA FRANCIS, CABINET
baths and massage. 233 W. First st, room
4, between Spring and Broadway. tf
VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE GIVEN
) by experienced English masseuse. Rooms
3 and 4, 207 ft W. Second st. 6
EASTERN LADY, MASSAGE BATHS;
also expert chiropodist work, 328 ft S.
Spring St., room 31. 9
j DENTISTS
j ADAMS BROS., DENTAL PARLORS,
239 ft S. Spring St.; painless extraction, 50o;
fillings; plates from $4; all work guaran
teed: established 12 years. Hours, 8-5;
• Sundays, 10-12. Tel. black 1273. tf
' FRANK STEPHENS. 324 ft S. SPRING ST.
Open days and evenings; also Sundays;
electric light. Tel. black 821.
PA. DENTAL COMPANY, 220 S. SPRING,
rooms 231-232. First class plate work. 8-6
WATCHMAKERS
• WANTED-WATCTTES TO CLEAN AT
50c; mainsprings at 25c; warranted for
one year. M. O. DOLSON, 367 E. First
street. su-tf
A GENUINE REDUCTION ON SHIRT
waist sets and link cuff buttons. W. J.
GETZ, jeweler, 336 S. Broadway.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR OLD
gold and silver. W. J. GETZ, jeweler, 336
, S. Broadway.
EXCURSIONS
ROCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON
ducted excursions every Tuesday and
Wednesday; low rates; quick time;
1 Union depot, Chicago; office, 214 South
Spring street. tf
MEDICINE
LADIES—MAKE YOUR OWN SUMMER
medicines out of pure herbs; nothing like
a good tonic to build you up. For partic
ulars address R., box 42, Herald. 25
i
SPECIALISTS
DR. GARRISON, CANCER, TUMOR AND
rupture specialist; knife not used, los E.
Fourth St., opposite Westminster hotel. 24
FBUITS AND VEGETABLES
LUDWIG WHOLESALE
and retaif*frults and vegetables. MOTT
MARKET, 135 S. Main st. Tel. 550. tf
BOOKS
A.—BOC WORTH OF MAGAZINES DE
llvered at house for 30c. See Jones' Book
store, 220 W. First st.
PALMISTS
PROF. MANSKLL. SCIENTIFIC PALM
ist, tests, magnetic gold locator. 448 Hill
street. 23
LEGAL NOTICES
Summons
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of California, in and for the county
of Los Angeles.
Credits Commutation Company (a corpo
ration), plaintiff, vs. D. T. Hedges. William
V. Hedges, Charles L. Hedges. Mary E.
Hedges, Harry K. Hedges, Golden Cross
Mining and Milling Company (a
corporation), Free Gold Mining Com
pany (a corporation), John Doc, James
Doe and Richard Doe, Defendants.
Action brought in the superior court of
the state of California, in nnd for the
county of Los Angeles, and the complaint
hied in said county of l.os Angeles, in the
office of the clerk of said superior court.
The people of the state of California send
greeting to:
D. T. Hedges, William V. Hedges. Charles
L. Hedges. Harry K. Hedges, Mary E.
Hedges, Golden Cross Mining and Milling
Company (a corporation). Free Gold Mining
Company la corporation). John Doe, Rich- ,
arc! Doe and James Roe, Defendants.
You are hereby required to appear in an
action brought against you by tho above )
named plaintiff, in the superior court of the ;
state of California, in and for T.os Angeles '
county, and to answer to the complaint filed ■
therein within ten days (exclusive of the !
day of service), after the service on you of J
this summons, if served within this county; ■
or, if served elsewhere, within thirty days. <
And you are hereby notified that If you j
fail to appear and answer the said com
plaint as above required, the said plaintiff ,
will cause your default to be entered, and
will take judgment for any money or dam
ages demanded in the complaint as arising '
upon contract or will apply to any other .
relief demanded In the complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of the
superior court of the State of California, in
and for the county of Los Angeles, this 25th
day of June. In the year of our Lord one >
thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight.
(Seal.) T. E. NEWLTN, Clerk.
By GEO. VARCOE.
F.M.PORTER, Deputy Clerk. i
Attorney for Plaintiff. >
LINES OF TBAVEL j
LOS ANGELES AND REDONDO RAIL- '
way Company. 1
Los Angeles depot: Cor. Grand aye. and <
Jefferson st.
Leave Leave
Los Angeles Redondo for
for Redondo. Los Angeles J
8:00 a. m., Sun. only 7:00 a. m., Sun. only '
9:30 a. m. daily 8:00 a. ra., dally
10:45 a. m.. Sun. only 8:30 a. m., Sun. only
1:30 p. m. dally lit .DO a. m., dally
5:80 p. m. dally 4:15 p. m., dally
7:00 p. m., Sun. only 6:45 p. m.. Sun. only
11:80 p. m., Sat. only 6:30 p. m., Sat. only
Take Grand aye. electric cars or -r.it
st- and Agricultural park ears. .
L. J. PERRY, Superintendent,
THE HIPPOPTAMUS
Fast/Vanishing- Prom tha Pace of tJu
Earth
T'je last hippopotamus has been slaugh
tei Ka In Natal. All the larger and more ou.
rl /.us animals are disappearing so fast tha*
t Ms will be a monotonous world, at any;
rate for naturalists la a—other century. Not
iso long ago the hippopotamus haunted the
rivers of Cape Colony and Natal, and "lake
cow bacon," as the salted layer of fat un
derlying the hide is called, was a favorite
dish; but now this huge creature has dis
appeared from both countries. The hunter
has been its enemy for many a century,
but the rifle is a far more deadly weapon
than the assegai. The animal has an ap
petite proportional to its bulk and can ac
commodate a good deal of vegetable prod
uce. Besides this, it is a wasteful feeder,
trampling down and tearing up much more
than it consumes, and It prefers cultivated
plants to wild vegetation- That has proved
its doom in Natal. One herd was left at
Seacow lake, a coast lagoon near Durban,
and was protected by the government. It
consisted of parents and a family of five.
Unfortunately, these, like young people all
the world over, loved "sweeties," 'and made
nocturnal raids on the neighboring sugar
cane plantations. The owners petitioned
the government; a warrant of execution
was granted, and the parentalbull, who
must have been nearly 50 years old, was
the last to fall, and will henceforth be only
an "exhibit" in the Durban museum.
Tho hunter of the hippopotamus is not
without excuse. The flesh, especially the
fat, is more than palatable. The feet of
the young calf is said to make an ercellent
stew, and the skin to be better than con
ger eel ns a substitute for turtle In soup.
The thick, tough hide Is useful for many
purposes, among others for correction,
since it makes formidable whips.
Hippopoatmus Ivory at one time found
a place in the mouth of man, being much
used for artificial rteth, so that the lake
cow was worth capturing. That, no doubt,
has helped in accelerating its departure
from a world where for a long time it has
managed to maintain existence. It lived
on the Lower Nile In the days of the Pha
raohs. A fresco in the old temple at Edfu
shows that It was then harpooned by the
natives much as it is now by the Sudanese.
Herodotus describes it; probably It is the
behemoth of tho Book of Job, so that the
animal must then have been fairly com
mon. Roman crowds stared at It in the
days of the Empire.
Then came a long Interval, and It was not
till 1850 that London received the first
which had again visited Europe. Before the
Christian era it haunted the Nile, even be
low the First Cataract; it Is now not found
north of Dongola, between the Second and
the Third, and Is comparatively rare till
above Khartoum. As Mr. Lydekkor tells
us, at the present day It Is practically re
stricted to the African rivers and lakes be
tween the seventeenth parallel of north
lattitude and the twenty-fifth of south lat
itude. But its range in prehistoric times
was far more extensive. The remains of
this ono species, Hippopotamus amphlblus
of naturalists (for the fossil form is indis
tinguishable from the living one, except
that It grew to a rather larger size), have
been found over Europe from Italy to
Yorkshire. In those early days it managed
to endure even the English climate, though
probably this was then much colder than
now, and It found our rivers sufficient for
its nicds. The streams, no doubt, were
bigger than they are at present, for in those
days England stood at a higher level, form
ing part of Europe, and rainfall probably
was heavier. Still, hippopotamus bones
have been discovered, ns described by Oe
mond Fisher, even in the valley of the Cam
four or five miles above Cambridge.
In those days, also, it had suitable com
panions—two kinds of elephants, two of
rhinoceros, besides lions and bears, horses
and reindeer, and such like. Its remains,
however, are generally found with the par
ticular members of this group which have
'.he more southern range. Still, It must
have been proof against a cold climate.
Man was then upon the earth, but this hip
popotamus, so far as we can tell, was there
before him. But It, too, had predecessors,
and tho genus once enjoyed a much more
extended range. At the present day It has
one other representative—the Llbertan hip
popotamus, a creature hardly larger than
a pig, which lives in some of the "West Af
rican rivers.—London Standard.
Protection of Carrier Pigeons
Tn China carrier pigeons are protected
from birds of prey by an ingenious little
apparatus consisting of thin bamboo tubes
fastened to the birds' bodies with thread
passed beneath the wings. As the pigeon
files around the action of the air passing
through the tubes produces a shrill whist
ling sound which keeps birds of prey at a
respectful distance.
LINES OF TRAVEL
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
fa The company's elegant
_____ steamers SANTA ROSA
_______ and POMONA leave HE
__■■£____ luiNtin at 11 a. m. and
KlsfnKl PORT L< >S ANGELES at
___■___■ 2:30 p. m. for San Fran-
BH_«__l Cisco via Santa Barbara
•i' and Port Harford, July 2.
0, 10, 14, 18 , 22, 26, 30, Aug.
3, 7. 11, 15, 19 , 23, 27. 31, Sept. 4.'and every
fourth day thereafter. Leave PORT LOS
ANGELES at 6 n. m. and REDONDO at
10 a. m. for San Diego July 4, 8, 12, 16. 20,
24, 28, August 1. v. 9, 13, 17, 21. 26, 29. Sept.
2 and every fourth day thereafter. Cars
connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe depot
at 9:55 a. m.. or from Redondo Ry. depotat
9:30 a. m. Cars connect via Port Los An
geles leave S. P. R. R. depot at 1:85 p. m.
for steamers north bound.
The steamers COOS BAY* and HOMER
leave SAN PEDRO and EAST SAN PE
DRO for San Francisco via Ventura, Car
plnteria, Santa Barbara, Gavlota, Port
Harford, Cayucos, San Simeon, Monterey
and Santa Cruz at 0:30 p. m. July 3, 7, 11,15,
19, 23. 27. 31. Aug. 4, 8. 12, 16 , 20, 24 , 28, Sept.
1, and every fourth day thereafter. Cars
connect with steamers via San Pedro leave
S. P. R. R. (Arcade depot) at 5:03 p. m.
and Terminal Ry. depot at 6:25 p. m. For
further Information obtain folder. The
company reserves right to change, without
previous notice, steamers, sailing dates and
hours of sailing. W. PARRIS. Agt.,
124 W. Second St.. Los Angeles.
GOOD ALL, PERKINS & CO.,
Gen. Agts., S. F.
H LOS ANGELES F
|-i RAILWAY CO- F
TIME IN EFFECT JULY 2,1898.
From l.os Angeles to Depart Arrive
Ulend&le, c 48:25 am t7:Boam
Tropico and {til:ooam 412:15 pm
VerdugoPark < f5:80 pm )* :45 pm
Pasadena, < 47:85 am 48:85 era
Uarranza and <tl2:3opm U:s2pm
Ostrich Farm ( ts:2opm 46:86 pm
Pasadena, Alttdena and ) t8:45 am no :25 am
Mount Lowe j f8:45 pm t>6:2o pm
)||7 :85 am ||U :85 pm
fB:4sam «S:lsam
1110:85 am ||7:36 pa
<l:sspm flltUtam
J1:60 pm ||10:35pia
16:25 pm 15:16 pm
! 117:85 am ||10:85 pm
19:45 am 45:15 pm
14:50 pm
tOatlT, (Except Bandar
||Hund»y only. (Saturday only.
Boyle Heights, Downey aveoae aad Dab
itreet oar Unea pass Terminal (tattoo*
City ticket omoe, 2*o Boot- tprlsg street
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