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The Herald. UNION STATE lIES (Democratic, People's Party and Sllvet Republican Ticket.) Governor— James G. Magulre, San Francisco. Lieutenant-Governor— Edward L. Hutchison, Los Angeles Secretary of State— R. A. Thompson, San Francisco Controller— T. W. Maples, Kern State Treasurer- Will S. Green, Colusa Attorney General— H. A. Andrews, Red Bluff Surveyor General— I. H. Mulholland. Inyo Clerk of Supreme Court— H. A. McCraney, Sacramento Superintendent of Public Instruction- Christopher Runckel. Placer Superintendent cf State Printing— E. I. Woodman, Sacramento Associate Justice Supreme Court- William M. Conley, Madera Associate Justice Supreme Cour:— Walter Van Dyke. Los Angeles Representative in Congress- Charles A. Barlow, San Luis Obispo Board of Equalization- Thomas O. Toland, Ventura Railroad Commissioner— J. L. Dryden, San Diego Union County Nominees (Democratic, People's Party and Sliver Republican Ticket.) Sheriff James Hanley County Clerk Frank J. Cooper Auditor Clarence H. Lee Recorder Almerln R. Sprague Tax Collector Richard W. Wood District Attorney Jos. L. Murphey Assessor John W. Hanstlman Treasurer Jacob C. Newton Superintendent of Schools..Chas. L. Ennls Public Administrator.Wm. B. Scarborough Coroner Oscar D. Fitz-Gerald Surveyor Alfred R. Street LEGISLATIVE TICKET State Senators— 36th district J. Noonan Phillips 3Sth district Michael J. ilcDermott Supervisors— Ist district George W. Hill 3d district Fremont Cobb Assemblymen— 70th district Charles Farwell Edson 71st district George A. Carter 72d district George R. Frampten 73d district William Mead 74th district Isaac R. Dunkelberger 75th district John Vincent Hannon City Justice William Crawford City Justice Charles O. Morgan Justice of the Peace Milton K. Young Constable Benjamin F. Land Constable Fred H. Thompson Rates for Classified Advertising Linen—s cents per line for each Insertion. Notice of Marriage, Birth or Death—Free. Obituaries, Funeral Notices and Special Announcements — 10 cents per line. SPECIAL NOTICES GEO. A. RALPHS—GOLD BAR FLOUR, $1.10; city Hour. Ssc; pkg. coffee, 10c! gran ulated sugar. 10 lbs. $1; 4 lbs rice, 25c; S bars German Family Soap, 25c; 2 Chal lenge Milk. 15c; 10 lbs corn meal. 15c; 5 bnrs Gold Medal Ilorax Soap, 25c; il lbs rolled wheat or S lbs oats, 25c; 3 cans salmon, 25c; 1-lh can beef. 10c; 3 cans Lily Cream, 25c; 0 boxes sardines. 25c; 5-gal. gasoline, 75c; coal oil, 66c; K. C. baking powder 20c; lard. 10 lbs. 00c; 10 lbs beans, 25c. 601 S. Spring St., cor. Sixth. Tel. 516. tf Ol'R DELIVERY IS CONDUCTED ON A system that entirely eliminates any fail ure to have your laundry returned on time. THE EXCELSIOR LAI'NDR V, phone 367. tf L. A. STEAM CARPET CLEANING CO. will clean and lay all kind,; of carpets nt 4c per yard; all work guaranteed. 329 E. SECOND ST. Tel. Main 71. tf GENTS' SUITS DRY CLEANED, $1.50; pants, 50c. BOSTON DYE WORKS. 256 New High st., near Temple. tf MEN'S SOLES 33C; LADIES' 30C; TO pay more is waste of money. 405 S. Spring St. Im MEN'S SOI ' i!SC; LADIES' 3UC; TO PAY* more is waste of money. 4"o S. Spring, tf WANTED Hale Help HUMMEL BROS & CO., EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. A strictly first-class, reliable agency. All kinds of help promptly furnished. Your orders solicited. 800-302 W. Second st., basement. California Bank Building, Telephone 609. , (Office open from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., except Sunday.; MEN'S DEPARTMENT Ranch hand and teamster, $20 to $25 etc.; solicitor; milker, $20 etc.; orchard hand, $20 etc.; boy b] for meat market; horse clipper; primer, $20; ranch hands, $17.50 etc.; win.- maker, etc.; photographer, $;i week; barber; wojd choppers, $2.50; gas oline engineer, $30 etc.; teamsters and la borers, railroad work, Globe, A. T.; ship every morning. MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT All round laundry man, $30; dishwash er, $15; waiter, $15; pastry cook and sec ond, $9; dishwasher, $12; camp cook. $35 HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT Cook, $25; second girl, Pasadena, $20; houseglrls, Santa Paula, $20; Redlands! $25; houseglrls. 2, .<25: 4. $20; :), $15; girls to assist, $8 to $12; nurse girl, $15, LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT Cook, country. $40; railroad cook, $30; check waitress, $0.25; waitress $20 HUMMEL BROS. <t CO. ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED Ev erywhere for "The Story of the Philip pines." by Murat Halstead, commissioned by the government as official historian to the war department. The book was writ ten In army camps at San Francisco on the Paeifln with General Merrltt, in the hospitals, at Honolulu, ln Hongkong, in the American trenches at Manila, in the insurgent camps with Aguinaldo, on the deck of the Olympla with Dewey, and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brim lull of orig inal pictures taken by government pho tographers on the spot. Large book Low prices. Rig profits. Freight paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address F. T. BARBER, Secretary, 330 Dearborn St.! Chicago. j] WANTED—SITUATION FOR MAN IN private place; good gardener and coach man. Address 11. 8., box 53, Herald. 27 WANTED—MAN TO WORK BY DAY IN garden; small job. Address B. B box 04, Herald. ' , ? * WANTED Kale Help WANTED—TWO EXPERIENCED So licitors. T. Ht SMITH. 216 S. Broadway. to Female Help WANTED — THOMPSON'S EMPLOY ment Agency, 324H 8. Spring St. Male and female help. Many good positions now open. Call and see us If you wish to get work. 25 WANTED—SITUATION BY COMPE tent woman; general housework and cooking; state wages. Address B. 8., box 47, Herald. 27 • WANTED—A 9EAMSTRESS TO WORK by the day: must understand cutting and lining. Address B. 8.. box 28, Herald. 25 WANTED—GIRL FOR THE COUNTRY; $20 a month. Address C. C„ box 34, Her ald. 28 Situations—Kale WANTED—SITUATION ON A RANCH, by man understanding all its detail; so ber, Industrious: good references. Ad dress C. C., box 44, Herald. 28 (WANTED—SITUATION: MAN TO DO general work in garden and about place: will work by the day for 11.25. Address B. 8., box 25. Herald. 25 WANTED—SITUATIONi MAN (MAR rled): understands thoroughly all details of ranch work and care of stock. Address C. C, box 37, Herald. 28 Situations—Female WANTED—SITUATION IN COUNTRY hotel; have had experience and am ca pable of good work; slate wages. Ad dress C. C, box 33, Herald. 28 WANTED—BY A YOUNG WIDOW; Po sition as entire manager of lodging house or rooms. Address box ill, Kingman, Arizona. 23 WANTED—SITUATION; GOOD STE nographer and typewriter; wants office work. Address C. C, box 4, Herald. 27 WANTED—BY A GOOD SEAMSTRESS, work by the day: good cutter and fitter. Address C. C, box 42, Herald. 28 WANTED—HELP; GOOD GIRL FOR cooking and general housework. Ad dress B. 8., box 18, Herald. 27 WANTED—POSITION AS STENOGRA pher; best of references. Address C. C. box 5, Herald. 27 WANTED —SITUATION AS NURSE girI; fond of children. Address B. 8., box 59, Herald. 27 Agents WANTED — MAN WITH BICYCLE; good pay; long job. Address V., box 02, Herald office. 11-1 To Purchase WANTBII — HIGHEST PRICES PAID for household goo.ls. trunks, carpets, etc. MATTHEWS pays the cash, 454 S. Main St., Just south of postofflce. 29 >VANTED—A HORSE. HARNESS AND buggy; must be ln good condition; state price and where It can be seen. Address U. 8., box 26, Herald. 25 WANTED -TO PURCHASE GOOD, sound mare; saddle and driving. Address C. C„ box 18, Herald. 28 WANTED—TO PURCHASE RESTAD rant; give location and price. Address C. C, box 43, Herald. 28 Live Stock iVANTED—A GOOD GENTLE DRIVING horse, 4 to 6 years old. weight 1050 to 1100 lbs.; no plug. Oil at 1527 Magnolia aye. 25 Hon see' >VANTED—SMALL COTTAGE OF FOUR or live rooms for unimproved land. Ad dress C. C, box 40, Herald. 28 Partners tV ANT ED—PARTNER WITH A LlT tle capital to take one-half interest ln new article of manufacture, for one-half the profits; have sole rights ln the south; want to move machinery down from the north; will give all details to party mean ing business. Address C. C, box 56, Her ald. 27 WANTED—PARTNER WITH $600 CASH to engage in saloon business In good loca tion. Enquire at Electric saloon, 105 San Pedro st. 25 Live Stock A"ANTED - GOOD HORSE; MIGHT take buggy and harness if suited. Ad dress li. I!., box 45, Herald. 27 To Rent WANTED—TO RENT SMALL COTJN try property, suitable for raising chick ens. Address C. C, box 19, Herald. 27 Miscellaneous •/ANTED—AN OUTFIT SUITABLE FOR small private kindergarten; chairs, ta bles, gifts, etc. Address B. 8., box 61, Herald. 27 tVANTED—HORSE, PHAETON, HAR. ness; state price and whore it may be seen. Address B. 8., box «S, Herald. 2s LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 25. 1898 WANTED Miscellaneous WANTED — SECOND-HAND DUMBER sufficient to build le.in-to kitchen, 12x15. Address C. C, box 12, Herald. 27 WANTED—SMADD PUG; GIVE PRICE and tell where lt can be seen. Address C. C, box 13. Herald. 27 WANTED —A GOOD WHEEL; MUST BE good make; state price. Address B. 8., box 27, Herald. 25 WANTED—PIANO; MUST BE STAND ard make and a bargain. Address B. 8., box 46, Herald. 27 WANTED—WHEEL, LADIES', MUST be cheap. Address, with price, C, C, box 2, Herald. 27 WANTED—GOOD REVOLVING CHAIR, suitable for office. Address B. 8., box GO, Herald. 27 WANTED—OFFICE DESK. SUITABLE for real estate man. Address B. 8.. box 57, Herald. 27 WANTED - CORNET; WILL Ex change for shotgun. Address C. C, box 10, Herald. 27 WANTED—GOOD GUN. STATE WHERE it can be seen. Address B. 8., box 50, Herald. J7 WANTED—TO EXCHANGE WHEEL for cornet. Address C. C, box 11, Herald. 27 • WANTED—WH EEL; WILL EXCHANGE tine horse. Address C, C, box 3, Herald. 27 WANTED—HOUSE AND BUGGY; MUST be cheap. Address C. C, box 35, Herald. 28 WANTED—A GOOD SAFE; STATE price. Address C. C, box 9, Herald. 27 WANTED—MILK ROUTE. ADDRESS C, C, box 31, Herald. 28 FOR SALE Houses TOR SALE—FOR $7.50 A MONTH AND a small cash payment I wdll build you a new 4-room cottage, plastered and paint ed to suit, in my Third Addition, Eighth and Mateo streets. Why pay rent when you can own your own home? C. A. SMITH, 213 W. First st. tf FOR SALE — MONTHLY INSTALL ments: $1000 each—l23o. 1244 Victoria street and 1244 Staunton avenue. 8800—1327 Charming street. A. BARLOW, 123 S. Broadway. TOR SALE—SBSO; NEW 4-ROOM COT tage; bath, water closet, slink; 40-foot lot, fenced. Take Vernon car to White St.. ask for Storr's house. Also 5-room new cottage. $930. No. 1033. T. WIESEN DANGER, 427 S. Broadway. novlS FOR SALE—IT DOESN'T PAY TO PAY rent: buy a cottage on easy payments. See DAY about it, 127 S. Broadway. 23 City Lots and Lands l CHOICE LOT ON W. TWELFTH ST.: will build a house to order if desired and sell on easy payments. See DAY about it. 127 S. Broadway. 23 H.EGANT LARGE LOTS, DESIRABLY located, at Highland Park. Low prices. See DAY about it. 127 S. Broadway. 25 OME DESIRABLE LOTS ON E. NINTH st., at nearly one-half market prices. See DAY about it. 127 S. Broadway. 25 Country Property 'OR SALE—S4SOO; FINE COUNTRY property; orchard of bearing fruit; good land; water right; would exchange for city property. Address C. C„ box 46, Herald. 27 FOR SALE—2S ACRES, IMPROVED, country property, near Alamltos; budded trees; finest fruit; good house, artesian water. Address C. C. box 48, Herald. 27 •'OR SALE—2O ACRES NEAR FULLER ton, in walnuts and prunes; in water dis trict; will bear close investigation. Ad dress B. 8., box 31, Herald. 25 TOR SALE—COUNTRY LAND; PART in soft-shell walnuts; artesian well; cheap: want city home. Address C. C„ box 49, Herald. 27 •'OR SALE—IN VENTURA COUNTY, 10 -acre ranch in olives, prunes and other fruits; best of culture. Address C. C, box 58, Herald. 27 WE SELL THE EARTH— BASSETT & SMITH, Room 2, Y. M. C. A. building. "OR SALE—IN A COUNTRY TOWN, good, well established bakery. Address C. C, box 32, Herald. 28 Miscellaneous •'OR SALE—OLD NEWSPAPERS, SUlT able for putting under carpets, etc., In packages of 100, for 10 cents. Apply at Herald business office. tf 'OR SALE-A MOSLBR SAFE, GOOD as new; height, 02 Inches; width, 86 Inches; burglar chest: all complete. Address V.. box 61, Herald. 23 'OR SALE—SURREY: leather Up holstering, easy riding, best of make. Address C. C, box 38, Herald. 28 'OR SALE—DESK, IN GOOD CONDI tlon; almost new; a bargain. Address B. B„ box 58, Herald. 27 ■OR SALE—FOLDING BED; HARD wood; tine mirror; cheap. Address B. 8., box 43, Herald. 27 FOB SALE Miscellaneous FOR SALE—CHEAP STOCK FEED 0> the Cudahy ranch (formerly Nadeau)— Pumpkins In the field $2.50 per tot Sugar beets in the ground.... I.7spertoi Corn fodder In shock 2.60 per toi Alfalfa hay In the shock 11.00 per toi Terms cash. Apply at ranch house, ont mile east of Florence, tf H. P. SACKETT. Foreman. FOR SALE—A 15-H. P. EDDY MOTOR nearly new and In perfect working order will be sold at a bargain. Apply at The Herald office. tf FOR SALE—A 15-HORSE POWER EDDY motor, used only a few months; good as new. Apply to M. P. THYE & CO., 201 -203 N. Main St. tf FOR SALE-MANDOLIN; WILLTRADF for good guitar. Address B. 8., box 44, Herald. 27 FOR SALE—GOOD BUGGY. HORSI and harness. Address C. C, box 31, Her aid. 28 FOR SALE—OLD NEWSPAPERS. 10c. per hundred. Address Herald office, tl FOR SALE—GUITAR IN GOOD CONDl tion. Address B. 8., box 12. Herald. 27 FOR SALE—PUG; CAN GIVE PEDl gree. Address C. C, box 14, Herald. 27 FOR SALE-SADDLE; DIRT CHEAP. Address C. C, box 39, Herald. 28 FOB BENT Houses FOR RENT—S26 SOUTH SPRING; UN furnlshed house to rent, 28 rooms WRIGHT & CALLENDER, 235 West Third. Booms FOR RENT—PLEASANT ROOMS AT Sfcnta Monica; good location; reasonable price; on electric car line. Address C. C, box 41, Herald. 28 Miscellaneous FOR RENT—SIO; NICE LITTLE PLACE for chicken ranch; fenced; out-houses, incubator, etc. Address C. C, box 85, Herald. 28 l-'OR RENT—SIO; SMALL PLACE, FOR chickens; barn, windmill, water, shade. Address C. C, box 36, Herald. 28 MEDIUMS REMOVED—MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM anil Palmist; life reading; business spec ulations, mineral locations, removals, lawsuits, travels, marriages, children, dispositions snd capabilities; all affairs of life. 410»« S. Spring St., room 3. Fees, 50 cents and $1. UME.LEO. MEDIUM AND CARD READ er. tells past, present and future, brings the separated together, causes speedy marriage; all those ln trouble over bus iness, love and family affairs should see her. Cottage. 655 S. Spring st. novl fRS. WALKER! CLAIRVOYANT AND life business reading medium; all busi ness affairs of life looked into for the ad vancement of your future. 31G'4 S- Spring street. tf 'ROF. EMANUEL, FROM INDIA, Clairvoyant and Palmist; room 17. 139' i N. Spring St.; consult on buslnessaffairs. 11-17 !LLA M. WHITE, 122 S. OLIVE ST., well known Psychometric and Clairvoy ant Medimu. 11-24 tISS VALLIANT, NOTED CARD READ er and palmist, room 4, No. 330V4 South Spring st. novl IGNES H. PLEASANCE, TRANCE ME dlum; sittings daily. 355V4 S. Spring st. IOULD AMES, PALMIST, PSYCHOMET rIst and Astrologlst. 744 S. Hope st. tf •ROF GEE. READ, $1; CIRCLES TUES., Th., Sat., 7:30, 15c. 325V4 S. Spring. tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ■'OR SALE-ONE-HALF INTEREST IN a first-class restaurant, centrally located, and the best place in town. Address M. 8., box 291, Santa Paula, Cal. 18-21-25-28 POR SALE—RESTAURANT. TN GOOD location; give details as to loca/tlon, cus tom, price, etc. Address B. 8., box 29, Herald. 25 "OR SALE—A COUNTRY JEWELRY store; good location, low rent, steady custom. Address B. 8., box 40, Herald. 25 'OR SALE—SMALL COUNTRY DRUG store; family reasons; ill health cause of sale. Address B. 8., box 41, Herald. 25 •'OR SALE—A GROCERY STOCK; GOOD sales, low rent. Address B. 8., box 39, Herald. 25 SELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS. I. D. BARNARD, 112 S. Broadway. DENTISTS IDAMS UROS.. DENTAL PARLORS, 2a'.i ! . j. 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 •'RANK STEVENS, 324'/i S. SPRING ST. Open days and evenings, also Sundays; electric lights. Tel. Green 1393. ATTORNEYS AT LAW .UOIiCN EARLE, COMMERCIAL, PRO bate and corporation law. Suite, 420 Bul lard building. apB 99 IROUSSEAU & MONTGOMERY. 403 Bradbury Building. St FOB EXCHANGE Heal Estate $1200, 200 ACRES; $300, 20 ACRES; $2600, 84 acres; 860110, 1200 acres; |2500. 80acres; 82000, 20 acres; $2500, 100 acres; $1000, 20 acres: 81200, 10 acres; $1200. 80 acres; $600. 60acres; $13,800, 460 acres; $2500, 760 acres; 8800. 80 acres: $12,000, 900 acres; $2170, 217 acres; $720. 24 acres. They are ln California. 160 miles south of the Oregon line, ln a val ley five miles wlrle at east end and ta pering to n point fifteen miles west, through which a large creek flows; on the trunk line railroad connecting San Fran cisco ard Portland. The market Is good. Farm products always luring the highest price. Best natural roads In the world— never muddy. Near many gold mines. Elevation, 500 feet; yearly ratnfnll, 36 Inches; plenty of wood; water Is pure, soft and cold; no alkali: no chlllsitio lung trouble; no rheumntism; seldom any snow ever falls. Crops never fall. Coldest weather, 24 degrees above sero—no cold winters: no sunstrokes; no muddy streets; no cyclones, hurricanes or floods. No bet ter climate can be found. The products are tlowers of every kind, figs, peaches, peors. prunes. p4\ims, cherries, almonds, walnuts, raisins, grapes of all varieties, wheat, barley, rye, oats, hogs, sheep, chickens, etc. The best of society; schools are first-class. Congregational, U. B, and Rantist churches. The people are white. Wide-awake, generous—highest type of American citizenship. There Is no gov ernment or railroad land there; no farms for rent. We have an agent ln the town to show these places free of charge, who will also furnish abstract with each sale, showing clear title. Address C, box 1, Herald. SI FOR EXCHANGE—TOtTR SPECIAL AT tention Is called to our commercial de partment. We have selected new stocks of ladles' clothing, cloaks. Jackets and all the rest, from a collar to hose. Inclusive; also gent's assorted stocks, notions, etc., from 83000 or more down to a war stamp; ranches, far and near; building sites, southwest: acreage and cottages; for cash, rental or on Installments. Our In formation and time are free —but our postage is not. Open from !> a. in. to 3p. m. Call or 'phone Green 81, EUGENE B. STORK, real estate and commercial exchange (Incorporated!. Rurnett block, corner Fifth nnd Central aye., S. P. Ar cade depot. Nott—Eastern property offered through this exchange is guaranteed by title in surance and trust companies in respective stales. This office is established for the public, especially strangers—no charge. 23 FOR EXCHANGE —RAILROAD LAND contracts and South Riverside Land and Water company's stock for a buggy, horse and harness, and a double-barrel shotgun. Address B. 8., box 45, Herald. 27 FOR EXCHANGE—2 20-ACRE TRACTS of land ln northern part of county; all In bearing young fruit; worth $150 an ncre; house, barn. Improvements; will exchange for Orange county land. Ad dress B. It., box 24. Herald. 25 FOR EXCHANGE—NEAR GLENDALE. 9-aere ranch, well Improved, fine soil, good water; house, barn; cars pass the door; want good modern city home, with grounds. Address B. 8., box 37, Herald. 25 FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES OF LAND, well watered; fenced; set to deciduous fruit; house, barn, chicken house; best of conditions; want city property. Ad dress C. C, box 52, Herald. 27 FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES, NEAR Glendora. under tine state of cultivation; house, barn, ail improvements; want Los Angeles property. Address B. 8., box 36, Herald. 25 FOR EXCHANGE—4O ACRES UNlM proved land, near town of Wlldomar; want vacant lots In Los Angeles. Ad dress B. 8., box 52, Herald. 27 FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRE RANCH: buildings, fruit, rich soil, highly culti vated; want good house in l.os Angeles, i Address C. C„ box 53, Herald. 27 FOR EXCHANGE—FOR LOS ANGELES residence property, 22 acres at Clearwa ter; house, barn, improvements. Ad dress B. 8., box 30, Herald. 25 FOR EXCHANGE—SAN DIEGO RANCH for Illinois property; house, l»rn, fruit trees; delightful climate, best of soil. Ad dress B. 8., box 23, Herald. 25 WANTED —TO EXCHANGE; GOOD country property for small four or five roomed cottage In Los Angeles. Address B. 8., box 50, Herald. 27 WANTED — LOS ANGELES HOME; have good ranch property for exchange for improved city property. Address B. B„ box 51, Herald. 27 FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRE RANCH, house, barn, fruit; clear; want small mod ern home In Los Angeles. Address C. C, box 47, Herald. 27 FOR EXCHANGE—AT SAN DIEGO country and city property; want small residence In Los Angeles. Address B. 8., box 32. Herald. 25 |fOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES CULTl vated land at Glendora; will exchange for Pasadena property. Address B. 8., box 35, Herald. 25 S/OR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES OF LAND ne,ar Riverside, clear; want good house and lot ln Los Angeles. Address B. 8., box 21, Herald. 25 FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES OF FINE fruit land near San Fernando; want lit tle home ln Los Angeles. Address C. C„ box 55, Herald. 27 WANTED—TO EXCHANGE GOOD CHl cago property for Los Angeles residence property. Address B. 8., box 33, litfr ald. 25 WANTED—NICE LITTLE COTTAGE IN Los Angeles; good country property in exchange. Address C. C, box 6, Herald. 27 FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD COTTAGE IN Oakland; want country place ln the south. Address C. C, box 80, Herald. 27 FOR EXCIIANGE-10 ACRES OF LAND near Burbank; would like house ln the city. Address B. 8., box 22, Herald. 25 FOR EXCHANGE - ACREAGE NEAR Clearwater; want house ln Los Angeles. Address C. C, box 54, Herald. 27 WANTED—GOOD COUNTRY PROPER ty; have good lot and some money. Ad dress C. C„ box 45, Herald. 27 FOB EXCHANGE Bead Estate WANTED—SMALL PLACE IN LOB AN geles for good San Diego property. Ad dress C. C, box 7, Herald. 27 FOR EXCHANGE—KANSAS REAL Es tate for Los Angeles property. Addrest C. C, box 51, Herald. 27 FOR EXCHANGE—MOUNTAIN RANCH, want amall house In the city. Address C. C, box 51, Herald. 27 FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRE RANCH for small home In the city. Address C. C, box 67, Herald. 27 FOR EXCHANGE—MONROVIA LOTS for city property. Address B. 8., box 31, Herald. 25 FOR EXCHANGE —HUNDREDS OF properties. BEN WHITE, 236 W. First. tf MONET TO LOAN TO LOAN — MONEY, IN LARGE OK 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 ladles. G. M. JONES, rooms 12-14. 254 S. Broadway. 1-30-99 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 from 414 to 8 per cent per annum, according to character and size of loans. EDWARD D. SILENT & CO., 212 W. 2d. tf TO LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON real estate security, I have It In any amount. 85000 to 830.000, at 6 percent. WM. F. BOSBYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway. 5-20-tf MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED real estate; Interest decreases as you pay. STATE MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N, 141 S. Broadway. 5-20-tf $600,000 TO LOAN AT 5 TO 7 PER CENT net. on choice city residence or business property. F. Q. STORY, 303 Henne block, 123 W. Third st. tf MONEY TO LOAN—S3OO TO $95 000, ON city and country real estate. LEE A. Mc- CONNELL A CO., 143 S. Broadway, Frost building. tf TO LOAN-5 TO S PER CENT MONEY. BRADSHAW BROS., room 202 Bradbury block. tf EDUCATIONAL WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 226 S. Spring trt., Los Angeles; the oldest, largest and most elegantly equipped commercial school ln Southern Califor nia; hundreds of successful graduates in banking and business houses; ln session all the year: enter any day; evening school on Monday. Wednesday and Fri day evenings; 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. Call or write for catalogue. ST. AGATHA'S BOARDING AND DAY' School for girls, 512 S. Aivarado st. For circulars address MISS MARY L. FRENCH, A. B„ Principal. tf LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, 212 VV. Third St.; oldest, largest, best; day and evening sessions; terms reasonable; catalogue free. tf GUITAR LESSONS—PROF. M. S. ARE valo. Specialties: Technique, rich tone, rapid progress. Studio, 126 Wilson block, 102 S. Spring st. tf ASTBURY SHORTHAND AND TYPE wrltlng school. Private instruction. 4Q5'/ji S. Broadway. nov9 PERSONALS MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED from 819 S. Grand aye. to 618 W. Eighth St.; female diseases treated by electrici ty; cure guaranteed. tf LADIES' MONTHLY REGULATOR- Never falls; send 4 cents for Woman's Safe Guard. WILCOX MED CO., Dept. 2, Philadelphia, Pa. tf FOR WINDOW SHADES GO TO THE factory, 222 W. 6th. Prices the lowest tt BATHS MISS DORA FRANCIS, CABINET baths and massage. 283 W. First St., room 4, between Spring and Broadway. tf GRACE ROBINSON, TUB AND VAPOK baths, 139V4. N. Spring st., room 4. nov 13 EXCUBSIONS ROCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON ducted excursions every Tuesday and Wednesday; low rates, quick time; union depot, Chicago. Office, 214 South Spring st. tf WATCHMAKERS THIS WEEK SPECIAL LOW PRICES w'.ll be quoted on gold-filled watches. W. J. GET/., Jeweler, 330 S. Broadway. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES LUDWIG & MATTHEWS, WHOLESALE and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT MARKET, 135 S. Main St. Tel. 550 tf .__ —= BOOKS A.-80C WORTH OF MAGAZINES DX- Uvered at house fpr 80c. See Jones' Book Store, 226 W. First st. LOST AND FOUND-SAM. THE HORSE CLIPPER, at 120 N. Broadway; electric machines; price $1. 25 TO ESCAPE MUD Santa Monica Wheelmen May Bide OS the Sidewalk SANTA MONICA. Oct. 24.-The wheel men of this pluce are congratulating them selves on having secured from the town trustees the privilege of using the. side walks, outside the business portion of town, during the wet season, the recent rain hav ing made the streets so sloppy that cycling is almost an impossibility. At the truetea meeting this afternoon tfie old bicycle ordi nance was repealed and un ordinance waa adopted allowing cyclists to ride on the side walks outside certain limits bonndcd by Oregon and Railroad avenues and Ocean avenue und the alley between Third and Fourth streets. Each cyclist must provide liunselt with a bell to ring before passing a Pedestrian and will he required to carry a lump with proper reflectors, while a rate of four miles per hour will be the limit ot speed. Any person violatim* any of these provisions will be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor and on conviction will be pun ished by a hne ot not more than ISO or by imprisonment in the town jail for not more than titty days or both, at the discretion of the court. i The sewer committee reported! having bad Intern! No. 1 (lushed and with the rest of the system so far completed found every thing in perfect shape. ~ /?• bids of Ygnacio Carrillo and W. A. rack for the construction of lateral No 5 were rejected on petition of the residents along that route. The improvements made during the Inst year in Linda Vista park have proved so satisfactory that the trustees are contem plating the cultivation of another block WAVELETS " .. A fusion meeting will be held on Friday evening in the town hall, when prominent speakers from Los Angeles will make ad dresses. The ladies of Rebekah will give a ball at Hotel Arcadia on Thanksgiving evening. Mrs. B.C. Miles fell from the back jorch of her residence on Friday, severely mur ing the ligaments of her riuht limb, so uiat she is confined to her bed. Mrs. M. S. Newman of Los Angeles is tin guest of Mrs. L K. Allen. A Neighborhood Row Mrs. Slicelian. Mrs. John Walker and Johnnie Sheeban, aged 7 years, were tried by Justice Owens yesterday on charges of dis turbing the peace of Mrs. C, Miller of Cen ter street. Tlie complaining witness claimed that the defendants, who are her neighbors, amused themselves by slicing rocks at her. There was much conflicting testimony, and the case was taken under advisi ment. W. Brown of San Francisco is visiting his mother F>vhn. is ill in this city. . BUSINESS PERSONALS THK "MARRIAGE BELL" MATRIMO ninI Agency; strictly reliable and respect able, Write or call at room 3, 324% 8. Spring St. 25 PHYSICIANS DR. I'NGHR CURES CANCERS AND tumors; no knife or pain. 107% N. Mula street. tf MINING AND ASSAYING THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main st. R. A. PEREZ, E. M.. manager. 12-4-tf LEGAL NOTICES Notice of Assessment THE HERALD PUIILISHINO COM pany.—Location of principal place of business, Los Angeles California. Lo cation of office Xo. 134 South Broad way. Notice Is hereby given thafat a regular meeting of the board of directors held on I the 15th day of October. Is9B, an assessment of $20 per share or 20 per cent on eoch one hundred dollars, was levied upon the sub scribed capital stock of the corporation, I payable on or before November 25, 1898, ln ! United! States gold coin, to the general man- I agar of said company at Its office No. 134 South Broadway, tn said city of Los An geles. California. I Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of I November, IS9S. will l>e delinquent and ad j vertised for sale at public auction, and un ! less payment Is made before will be sold |on Tuesday, tho 3d day of January, 1599, to | pay the delinquent assessment, together jwith cost of advertising and expenses of sole. By order of the Board of Directors. G. A. DOBINSON, Secretary. LINES OF TRAVEL Pacific Coast Steamship Co. A The company's elegant |Wg, steamers SANTA ROSA fTHM*fc. and CORONA leave RE | DON DO tit 11 a. m. und II « PORT LOS ANGELES tt 1 HaJsHWi 2:30 p. to. for San Fran i Cisco via Santa Barbara 1 and Port Harford Oct. 6, le. 14, 18, 22, 30. N ,v. 3 7 11 16 19. 23, 27, Dee. 1 atSjl every i fourth 'day thereafter. Leave PORT LOS I ANGELES at 6 a. m and REDONDO at !10 a. m. for Sun Diego Oct 4. 8, tt, lb. X), 24, 28 Nov. 1, 5, 9, 13, 17 . 31. 25, 29, Dec. 3, and every fourth day thereafter. Cars connect via Redondo leuve Santa Fe depot at »:55 a. m., or from Redondo Ry. depot at 9:30 a. m. Cars connect via Port Los Angeles leave S. P. R. R. depot at 1:36 p. m. for steamers north bound. The steamers COOS pay and ORIZABA leave SAN PEDRO and EAST SAN PE DRO ior San Francisco via Ventura, Car plnterla, Santa Barbara, Gavlotu, Port I Harford. Cavucas, San Simeon, Monterey I and Santa Cruz at C:3O p. m. Oct. 8, 7, 1L 16. IS ™ JB, 27 31. Nov. 4, 8,12.16. 20. 24 and 28. Dec 2 'and every fourth day thereafter. "'Cars connect with steamers via San Pedro leave S. P, lt. R. (Arcade depot) at 5:03 p. m. and Terminal Hallway depot at 5:15 p. m. For further information obtain folder. The company reserves right to change, without previous notice, steamers, sailing date, and" hour, of " w ''nf ARRIS Agt _ 121 W. Second st.. Los Angeles. QQODALL. PfaRKINB g p H LOS ANGELES ~F I- RAILWAY CO- F TIME OAKD IN BFJfKOT BEIT. 28,1898. From l.os Angeles to Depart Arrive Ulendnle, ( »":usam aS :20 am Troplco snd < al :05 pm a 2:10 pm VerdugoPark ( .6:20 om s6:4opra f .7:00.m as :83 am Pasadena. I a8:35.m clOrJSura ttarvsnsa .nd < a;>:3opra a:08 pm Ostrich K.rm a 5:20 pm »ii:Bupm l .5:20 pin .0:30 pm s.n Pedro. I «8:10um a8:'o«m H" ™, a [% I nl :34 pm .litis pm nc ,m*»„'ri \ oSilapm .5:12 pro A i?S n.ii3lnd 1010185 MB c 7:47 pm Terminal Island i..ii:aopui s7:47pm Altadcna.nd J aB:;js am Mount Lowe I .3:30 pm .5:08 pm Uataltna island uB.-40«m rtsiutpra ul'slly, cSundsy only. sS.turday only. lioyle Heights, Downey avenue .nil D.ly street c.r Hues p.ns Terminal stations City ticket oftice. 230 south Sprlug street. Los ANGELES AND REDONDO RAIL WAY COMPANY. Lob Angeles depot: Cor. Grand aye. and Jefferson street. Leave Leave Lob Angeles Hedondo for for Redondo: Los Angeles -2:00 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. daily 11:00 a. m. dally 6:30 p. m. dally 4:15 p. m. dally 7:00 p.m., Sun. only 5:45 p. m. Sun. only 11:80 p. m.. Sat. only 6:20 p. m. Sat only Take Grand aye. electric cars or Mala St. and Agricultural Park cars. L. J. PERRY, Superintendent.