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FOR SALE
Houses
WE SELL THE EARTH—
—BASSETT & SMITH—
We have homes for $7500 or igost any
number of dollars
BUT
but the home wo wish to tell you about
now la a
$750 HOME
Yes, sir, why pay rent when you can get
a good house of 5 rooms, closet, pantry,
porch, etc., all for $750.
We have nothing better for the price.
Bay, are you working for a salary and
paying rent? Then come, and see us.
BASSETT & SMITH,
8 2U9 South Broadway.
FOR SALE—
One 8-room house, $200 cash.
N Ono 4-room house, $125 cash.
1 Ono 4-room house, $76 cash.
These bouses must be moved from pres
ent location at once. They are snap bar
gains. Buyers, call anil secure them.
M. L. SAMSON & CO.,
6 128 West Fourth St.
•TOR SALE—FOR $7.50 A MONTH AND
a Bmall cash payment I will 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 at. tf
FOR SALE—SBSO; NEW 4-ROOM COT
tage; bath, water closet, sink; 40-foot lot,
fenced. Taks Vernon car to White St..
ask for Btorr's house. Also 5-room new
cottage. $950, No. 1053. T. WIEBEN
DANOER. 427 8. Broadway. novlS
FOR SALE—BARGAINS; NEW HOUSE
of 9 rooms, modern; lot 50x125; on Third
St., Boyle Heights; price $1900; also a
house of 7 rooms on First st., near State;
only $1900, worth $2500. F. A. HUTCHIN
SON. 116 S. Broadway. 6
•FOR SALE —GOOD 5-ROOM COTTAGE;
bath and barn; lot 50x136; fenced; shrubs
fruit; lawn; southwest; worth $1050; will
sell for $1150; $250 cash, and time; lots $160
and up. EDWARD ERASER, 103/ S.
(Broadway. o
FOR SALE—A LOVELY NEW COT
tage. 5 rooms and b: throom, pantry, so
lar heat, etc.; every modern Improve
ment; a beauty: $1600, $300 cush; would
sell now furniture; no agents. 1812 Essex
■trcet. 6
FOR SALE-$3500; A HANDSOME NEW
modern house on Adams St., between
Main and Maple; easy terms; very desir
able. I'OINDEXTER & WADSWORTH,
308 Wilcox block. 8
FOR SALE—S3OOO; DECIDED BARGAIN;
good 9-room house. 60-foot lot; Ingraham
St.; excellent neighborhood; all In fine
order. FOINDEXYER & WADSWORTH,
308 Wilcox block. 8
JA—sl2oo CASH; GREAT BARGAIN; A
close-in 47-foot lot and 5-room cottage
842 Santeo St. T. WIESENDANGER, 427
S. Broadway. ' 6
FOR SALE—NEW MODERN 6-ROOMED
cottage; high location; fine neighbor
hood; a real bargain. Address F-. box|32,
Herald. 7
FOR SALE—SIBOO; $300 DOWN; FlVE
roomed cottage; balance to suit. Address
V.. box 16, Herald. 7
Business Property
FOR SALE t-t BUSINESS LOT ON
Broadway, close In; the beat bargain of
fered on Broadway.
M. L. SAMSON & CO.,
6 128 West Fourth Street.
FOR SALE-BUSINESS PROPERTY,
very choice, and a bargain.
M. L. SAMSON & CO.,
6 128 Wist Fourth Street,
City Lots and Lands
FOR SALE —HANDSOME RESIDENCE
site, any size from a single lot to a) whole
block; situation as fine for a large resi
dence us can be found In Los Angeles;
only half as far out as Weatlake park,
und twice as desirable iv a dozen ways.
The property Is bounded on the north and
south by Third and Arnold StS„ and on
the east and west by Blxel st. and Lucas
aye. Blxel st. runs north from Seventh
to Third, rising gradually all the way till
this beautiful elevated plateau Is reached.
It Is a broad, well improved street and a
favorite with people who drive. Lucas
avenue runs parallel with Blxel, and Is
the first street west of It. The big Shatto
residence Is on Lucas. It Is a full mile
nearer the city than Wcstlake park, and
the cars bring ono from the corner of Lu
cas aye. and Second st. to Spring st. In'
just S.minutes. The lots are practically
level and just high enough above the
streets to admit of the most artistic fin
ishing up. The outlook from them Is as
fine as It is possible to Imagine, and a
good residence would show up from them
to very great advantage. It could'beiseen
for miles and would be a landmark. From
it the view In any direction would be In
describably pleasing. The eye would take
In the entire mountain range from San
Bernardino and Ban Antonio clear mound
to the ocean, the ocean Itself aud all the
Charming panorama of city and valley
that lies between. One can get here any
Size lot, from 50x125 to 250 feet square, or
larger If desired. And ho can got It at
Its present —not a speculative — value.
.This property, and all the property In the
neighborhood, will undoubtedly he held
higher the moment real estate begins to
move, and there are good reasons why
the advance hero will be greater than
elsewhere. In the first place. It is about
the only really beautiful hill district that
Is not ruined or threatened with ruin by
the oil. The line of derricks Is far to the
north of this property, and never can
cotno any closer, because south of that
line there Is no oil.. That fact has been
abundantly demonstrated by repouted and
costly experiments. Secondly, the Third
street tunnel, when completed, will make
of Third st. as Important an east and west
thoroughfare as Seventh now Is. A car
lino through the tunnel and past this
property Is assured, and will probably be
In operation within a very few months. If
property on Seventh st., between Blxel
et. and Lucas aye., Is now worth $50 a
front foot, this will be worth more, be
cause of Its better location and greater
nearness to the business center of the
city. The situation Is finer. It Is "on the
hills," but not hilly. It has all the advan
tages of elevation and outlook, and none
of the disadvantages. One does not have
• to climb any steep hills to get to It, nor
find a succession of hills and hollows
when he arrives. For healthfulness, pure
air, Inspiring view and absence of frost,
It Is not excelled. For sale by S. R.
HENDERSON, 1257 W. Fourth st„ or
business office of The Herald.
•OR SALE—2S ACRES OF FINE LAND
near Artesln; fine budded fruit; cottage;
barn, outbuildings; best of land; artesian
water. Address F., box 30. Herald. 7
FOR SALE
Country Property
C. >E. MAYNE & CO.,
(Successor to)
MAYNE, TAYLOR & CO.,
118 W. FOURTH Street.
MAYNK, HE FINDS THE BARGAINS.
$350—Buys well constructed house on big
lot, one-half block from Pasudona
electric car line; payments easy.
$395—Buys an acre on W. First St., corner
Western avenue, on easy terms.
$750—Buys new cottage. 4 rooms, on large
lot, very desirably located; small
payment down; balance monthly.
$850— Buys modern cottage, 5 rooms, In
Pico Heights, on easy terms, that
Is a big bargain.
$1000—Buys modern cottage, 5 rooms, on
Sixth street; rented to pay big Inter
est; terms liberal.
$1200—Buys cottage of 5 rooms, reception
hall, modern, on big lot, very near
In; $300 caeh, balance monthly.
$1500—Buys your choice from the largest
list In the city at his price; cash or
Installments.
$2000—Buys a 2-story modem home at
Garvanza. on lot 100x300 feet, good
barn, that Is an exceptionally good
bargain,
MAYNE, HE FINDS THE BARGAINS.
C. E. MAYNE & CO.,
(Successors to)
MAYNE, TAYLORI& CO.,
6 118 West Fourth Street.
FOR SALE—SPECIAL BARGAINS; LOT
50x125; Girard St.; $500.
Two lots, 40x160 each, Los Angeles St.;
$1200.
50x126, E. Third St., Boyle Heights. $400.
Money to loan. F. A. HUTCHINSON,
116 S. Broadway. 7
FOR SA LE—GOOD LAND AT LESS
than real value; now Is the time to buy
land, before the coming ruins encourugo
owners to raise prices. If you want pay
ing land investments, call on POINDHX
TER & WADS WORTH, 308 Wilcox
block. •
WE SELL THE EARTH—
BASSETT & SMITH,
Room 3. Y. M. C. A. building.
Country Property
FOR SALE— SO ACRES 12 MILES SOUTH
of Los Angeles, 26 acreß In alfalfa, 7 acres
In old orchard; balance In corn and
pumpkins, 5-room house and outbuildings,
water for Irrigation; no alkali; all sandy
loam soil; horses, wagons and farming
Implements,; $2000 taken off the place this
year. See owner, JOHN L. ADAMS,
Compton, Cal. 0
FOR SALE—A CHICKEN RANCH; Ift
acres of land; house, chicken house, bone
cutter, wlndmlH, etc. Address E., box
51, Herald. 8
FOR SALE—IO ACRES IN VENTURA
county, near Santa Paula; olives, fruits,
barn, good water supply. Address E., box
4S, Herald. 8
FOR SALE—IO ACRES, IMPROVED; 7
bearing lemons, best quality; plenty wat
er, creek and artesian wells, free of cost.
P. O. Box 124, Santa Monica.
16-19-23-26-30-2-6-9
FOR SALE—S9OO CASH: 5-ACRE RANCH,
3-room house, barn, wagon, plows, etc.
Address E., box 47, Herald. 8
FOR SALE—SSOO; FINE 5-ACRE RANCH,
house, barn, outbuildings. Address E.,
box 50, Hi raid. 8
FOR SALE—6-ROOM COTTAGE; $300
down; balance on time. Address E., box
49, Herald. 8
Hotels and Lodging Houses
FOR EXCHANGE — GOOD HOUSE IN
East Los Angeles, in repair, want to
trade for small ranch. Address G., Box
10, Herald. 8
FOR SALE—A GOOD LODGING HOUSE,
very cheap; good location; low renit;good
business. 513 ft S. Spring st. 6
FOR SALE—A TRANSIENT ROOMING
house; profit this year $2170. Address V.,
box 2S, Herald. 6
Live Stock
FOR SALE—A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME
to buy colts that are liable to trot a mile
in 2:10. They are the finest bred colts In
the state, from six months to two years
old, and will be sold for less than It cost
to breed then. BIDDLE, Tenth and Sun
Pedro streets. 7
WANTED—A GOOD COW: GIVE AGE
und amount of milk given each day. Ad
dress COUNTRY, box 2, Herald. 8
FCR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS DRIVING
horse, young sound, fast. Address
HORSE, box 31, Herald. 8
FOR SALE-GOOD TEAM OF MULES,
harness and wagon; a bargain. Address
F., box 31, Herald. 7
FOR SALE—PAIR OF FIRST CLASS
mules, wagon and harness. Address F.,
box 10, Herald. 7
FOR SALE—S3O; FINE SADDLE HORSE,
gentle; dapple-gray. Address SADDLE,
box 5, Herald. g
FOR SALE—A FINE MARE AND llAR
ness sound. Address STABLE, box 4,
Herald. 8
FOR SALE—STYLISH OUTFIT, HORSE,
harness, surrey. Address E., box 27, Her
ald. 8
FOR SALE—A BEAUTIFUL MASTIFF;
has pedigree. Address E., box 80, Her
ald. 8
FOR SALT.—HORSE, BUGGY. HAR
r.ess. Address G., box 55, Herald. 8
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—BREAD ROUTE. ADDRESS
E., box 28, Herald. 8
FOR SALE—GOOD SHOTGUN. AD
dress F., box 6, Herald. 7
FOR SALE-865; SURREY. ADDRESS E„
box 62, Herat*. |
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6. 1898
FOB SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-COOO WASHINGTON NAVEL j
orange tre.es, S and 4 ycurß old, raised in
frost less belt; warranted true to name;
best trees In market; also several 10-acr«
orange and olive orchards and improved
land In frostless belt, 1200 per acre; now
Is the time to examine premises; natural
sanitarium: no asthma. ELI DOAN.
J. L. MURRELL, La Canada. Cal. au-tl
FOR SALE—IN VICTOR, SAN BERNAR
dino county, one-half Interest In good
mine; will give Interest to party willing
to put in some capital for further devel
opment; assays $35 per ton at the bottom
now reached; ore goes $500 in spots; other
good ledges iv which halt Interest will
be given to party for development. Ad
dress I}., box 6, Herald. 11-6
FOR SALE — INTEREST IN MINES —
Desiring to make further developments '
In our mines In Mineral Park, Ariz., we j
offer one-third Interest for $4000; one
fourth interest for $3000; or one-half for
$6000; one of the best mineral districts in
Arizona; the property Is worth thorough
investigation. Address Li., box 7, Herald.
11-6
FOR SALE — SEWING MACHINES,
'Singer, Domestic, New Home. White, j
from $5 to $10; Automatic, $25; Wilcox &
Glbbs, $10; machines to rent, $1.50 month.
507 S. Spring st. 6
FOR SALE—AN ELEGANT LOT OF
high and medium grade pianos, just re
ceived at 301 S. Broadway.
7 E. G. ROBINSON.
FOR SALE—THE FURNITURE OF A
4-room house complete; also office desk.
If you need furniture call at 224 W. 12th
St., today If convenient. 6
FOR SALE—OLD NEWSPAPERS, SUlT
able for putting under "arpets, etc,, In
packages of 100, for 10 cents. Apply at
Herald business office. tf
KOR SALE—ft INTEREST IN RANDS
burg mine; good free milling ore in sight;
good title; will bear Inspection. Address
F., box 18, Herald. 7
FOR SALE—A 15-H. P. EDDY MOTOR,
nearly new and In perfect working order;
will be Bold 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—A WELL-ESTABLISHED
retail drug store, fixtures and showcases;
a bargain. Address E., box 3i, Herald. 8
FOR SALE—STEAtM LAUNDRY PLANT,
a genuine bargain; owner in ill-health.
Address LAUNDRY, box 36, Herald. S
FOR SALE—SIOO; A FIRST-CLASS TOP
buggy; will take good wheel as part pay
ment. Address G., box 57, Herald. 8
FOR SALE—GILT WALL PAPER AND
border for 12-foot room. $1.50. WALTER,
627 S. Spring. Telephone Brown 1885. 6
FOR SALE-$500; NO. 1 BUTCHER SHOP,
2 horses, new wagon, brisk trade. Ad
dress TRADE, box 8, Herald. 8
FOR SALE — GOOD SAFE OF ABOITT
1200 lbs.; cheap. E. R. THRELKELD,
109 S. Broadway. 6
FOR SALE —DIAMOND RING; A EAR
gain; three brilliants. Address RING,
box 56, Herald. 7
FOR SALE—FINE OPAL RING, SET IN
brilliants. Address, CONFIDENTIAL,
box 55, Herald. 7
FOR SALE—AT A BIG SACRIFICE;
full Jewel Waltham watch. Address F.,
box 59, Herald. 7
FOR SALE—S3S; BICYCLE: GOOD
make; a bargain; new. Address F„ box
13, Herald. 7
FOR SALE—A GOOD BLACKSMITH
shop, with tools. Address SMITH, box
35, Herald. 8
FOR SALE—S4O; NEW WHEEL; GOOD
make; a bargain. Address F., box 14,
Herald. 7
FOR SALE—DOUBLE-SEATED CAR
rlagc, almost new. Address F., box 54,
Herald. 7
FOR SALE-$25; FIRST CLASS SHOT
gun; repeater. Address F., box 33, Her- '
aide. 7 ,
FOR SALE-FINE SADDLE AND BRl
dle, almost new. Address F„ box 60, Her
ald. 7 ,
FOR BALE—GOOD DUBER HUNTING
case watch. Address F., box 57, Herald
1 :
FOR SALE-GOOD SEWING MACHINE;
a bargain. Address E., box 26, Herald. 8
I
FOR SALE—HIGH-GRADE PIANO ON
time, without Interest. 526 W. Eighth. 6 ;
FOR SALE —OLD NEWSPAPERS, 10c.
per hundred. Address Herald office, tf
FOR SALE—KODAK, CHEAP. AD
dress V., box 23, Herald. 6
FOR SALE—SI 2; GOOD WHEEL. AD
dress G., box 50, Herald. 8
FOR SALE—A SMALL PUG DOG. AD
dress E., box 60, Herald. 8
FOR SALE—SIS; ERIE WHEEL. AD
dress E., box 61, Herald. 8
FOR SALE-$10; WHEEL CHAIR. AD
dress F., box 17, Herald. 7
FOR BALE-$3O; GOOD SURREY. AD
dress F., box 12, Herald. 7
FOR SALE—A GOOD ORGAN. ADDRESS
E., box 25, Herald. •
FOR EXCHANGE
Seal Estate
FOR EXCHANGE —YOUR SPECIAL AT- F
tentlon is called to our commercial de
partment. We have selected new stocks
of ladles' clothing, cloaks, jackets and ail
tne rest, from a collar to hose. Inclusive;
also gent's assorted stocks, notions, etc.,
from $3000 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- j,
formation and time are free—but our
postage la not. Open from 9a. m. to 3p.
m. Call or 'phone Green 81. EUGENE
B. STORK, real estcte and commercial
exchange (Incorporated). Burnett block,
corner Fifth and Central aye., S. P. Ar- -
cade depot.
Note—Eastern property offered through *
this exchange Is guaranteed by title In
surance and trust companies In respective
states. This office is established for the
public, especially strangers—no charge.
FOR EXCHANGE - WHAT HAVE YOU 1
to exchange for one of the finest 12-acre
orange groves, together with v 2-story
brick house, modern In every respect, at
Anaheim, Cal.? Valued at $30,(00. Clear
Los Angeles property preferred.
C. E. MAYNE & CO.,
g 118 West Fourth Street. I
FOR EXCHANGE - FOR A SMALL
ranch wlthlu 10 miles of city, 5-room ,
house; pantry, bath, screen porch, cellar,
windmill, tank, 2 lots, 100x13"., fruit trees. |
lawn, flowers, stable, chicken house, all
fenced. Call at S. Grand aye. and Thorp
St. G. W. SEWARD. Address 3300 S.
Main st. 0
I
WANTED—PLEASANT LITTLE HOME
in Los Angeles; will give In exchange,
free of Incumbrance, a ten-acre ranch
near San Bernardino; house, barn, water
right, fruit.' Address F., box 26, Her
ald, i i
FOR EXCHANGE—FIRST-CLASS LOS
Angeles residence property, free of in
cumbrance, for eastern, northern, San
Diego, Pasadena, Long Beach or Redon- |
do. R. VERCH, 306 Byrne block, su we tf
FOR EXCHANGE—S2SOO, MORTGAGE
$1500; nice 6-room house, stable, etc.; well
rented; want clear land or good eastern 1
property for equity. PO IN DEXTER &
WADSWORTH, 308 Wilcox block. 8
FOR EXCHANGE—S-ROOM 2-STORY
modern up-to-date resider.ee. let 66x152, 1
rear San Bernardino, clear; will exchange
for Lcs Ar.geles; value JiiOoO. F. H. PIE
PER & CO., 102 S. Broadway. IU-23-SO-7
FOR EXCHANGE—FULLERTON ACRE-)
age; fine 30-acre ranch in artesian belt; ,
mostly in walnuts; will bear close Inves
tigation; want good Los Angeles proper
ty. Address F., box 28, Herald. 7 1
WANTED—TEN OF TWELVE - ACRE
ranch In Southern California, with house,
barn and improvements; will exchange
cottage In Oakland for tho same. Ad-«
dress F., box 31, Herald. 7
1
FOR EXCHANGE—TEN ACRES AT
San Fernando, bearing fruit, 5 years old;
will exchange for small modern cottage •
In the city. Address F., box 27, Herald.
7
FOR SALE—SIOOO CASH; SIX LOTS; SIX- )
roomed cottages, thoroughly modern;
barns, shed, lawn, flowers, etc. Address
F., box 40, Herald. 17
FOR EXCHANGE — FINE RANCH,
highly Improved, near Long Beach; will
trade for city property. Address F., box
36, Herald. 7 '
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD ACREAGE AT
San Fernando, Pasadena and Glendora;
want city property. Address F., box 19,
Herald. 7
FOR EXCHANGE—HOUSE AND LOT IN
Pasadena for small, well fitted up lodg
ing house. Address F., box 44, Herald. 7 '
FOR SALE—9-ROOM ED HOUSE IN THE
southwest; will exchange for country
property. Address F., box 41, Herald. 17
1
FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES OF LAND
near Re, Hands; want small home In Los
Angeles. Address G., box 10, Herald. 8
FOR EXCHANGE—A LITTLE MOUN- '
tain ranch tot' small cottage In Los'An- '
geles. Address F., box 25, Herald. 7
FOR EXCHANGE-SEVERAL LOTS IN
Wichita, Kansas, for l.os Angeles prop- .
erty. Address F„ box 9, Herald. 7
:
FOR EXCHANGE—I WILL TRADE MY
new 5-rooined cottage for small ranch.
Address F., box 43, Herald. 7
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD LOTS IN TO
peka. Kansas, for Los Angeles property.
Address F., box 20, Herald. 7
FOR EXCHANGE—TEN ACRES NEAR
Rlalto; want small Los Angeles home.
Address F., box 24, Herald. 7
FOR EXCHANGE.—S-ROOMED COT
tage; want good country property. Ad
dress F., box 42, Herald. 7
FOR EXCHANGE—GROCERY STOCK '
for real estate. Address F., box 58, Her- 1
aid. 7
BATHS
MISS DORA FRANCIS, CABINET
baths and massage. 119 ft W. First St.,
room 3; between Spring and Main.
MRS. L. S. BURT-MASSAGE AND '
electricity. 355 ft S. Spring St., room 4. 6
_ _
GRACE ROBINSON, TI7B AND VAPOR
baths, 120 ft S. Spring; room 2.
EXCURSIONS
ROCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON
ducted excursions every Tuesday and
Wednesday; low rates, quick time;
union depot, Chicago. Office. 214 South '
Spring st. tf
HYPNOTISM
HYPNOTISM TAUGHT; ANY ONE CAN
learn it; class begins Thursday, Nov. 10,
Bp. m. Clinic Tuesday night. Diseases
and habits successfully cured. PROF.
I BARLEY. 42314 Soring street.
FOR EXCHANGE
Heal Estate
FOR EXCHANGE-WOULD LIKE TO
give you particulars of good Interest-pay
ing Saginaw, Mich., property, valuer] at
$14<*>, in exchange for Los Angeles city
or county property.
C. E. MAYNE & CO..
(1 lIS West Fourth Street.
FOR EXCHANGE—FOR GOOD LOS AN
geies property, 12 acres In Glendora; one
half In Eureka lemons, one-half In navel
oranges; in frostless belt. Address EX
CHANGE, Herald, box 5. 8
FOR EXCHANGE—SMALL RANCH, lft
acres, near Santa Barbara, 6-room house,
barn, chicken house, well etc.; want cot
tage In Los Angeles. Address E., box 54,
Herald. 8
FOR EXCHANGE—RANCH NEAR BA
kerslield, fenced, orchard, pasture, house
and outbuildings; want In exchange good
cottage Is Los Angeles. Address G., box
18. 8
FOR EXCHANGE-10 ACRES FRITIT
land at San Fernando; set out in pruneß,
5 years old; good crop; want house In Los
Angeles. Address 8., box 52, Herald. 8
FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES OF LAND
near Anaheim; partly In soft-shell wal
nuts, 6 years old; artesian water. Ad
dress E„ box 43, Herald. 8
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE — FOR A
small house in Los Angeles, 10 acres of
laud at Riverside. Address 8., box 53,
Herald. 8
FOR EXCHANGE —ORANGE GROVE
at Colton, for residence property In Los
Angeles. ADAM COLTON, box 44, Her
ald. 8
FOR EXCHANGE-FOR LOS ANGELES
residence property, 160 acres in San Luis
Obispo county. Address E., Box 46, Her
ald. 8
FOR EXCHANGE — GOOD FARM IN
Southern Nebraska; 130 acres sown to fall
wheat. Address ACREAGE, Herald of
fice. 8
FOR EXCHANGE—FOR SMALIJ PLACE
In Los Angeles, 4 acres in bearing fruits.
Address E., box 42, Los Angeles. 1 8
FOR EXCHANGE—FINE SAN DIEGO
land, clear, for lots In Los Angeles. Ad
dress E„ box 45, Herald. 8
FOR EXCHANGE — LOT IN SOUTH
Pasadena t for piano. Address PASA
DENA, box 21, Herald. 6
FOR EXCHANGE —HUNDREDS OF
properties. BEN WHITE, 233 W. First.
tf
FOR EXCHANGE-LOT FOR PIANO.
Address F., box 01, Herald. 7
Miscellaneous
FOR EXCHANGE — UPRIGHT GRAND
piano, fine tone, mahogany case, 3-string,
3-pedal; want lot or small house and lot
In good location. V., box 32, Herald. 6
MONEY TO LOAN
TO LOAN—MONEY, IN LARGE OR
small amounts, at lower rates of Interest
thanl 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, 234 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 4ft 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. 35000 to 350,000, 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. 6-20-tf
$500,000 TO LOAN AT R TO 7 PER CENT
net, on choice city residence or business
property. F. Q. STORY, 303 Henna block,
122 W. Third St. tf
MONEY TO LOAN—S2OO TO $95,000, ON
city and country real estate. LEE A. Mc-
CONNELL & CO.. 145 S. Broadway,
Frost building. tf
IMONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGE:
moderate interest; mortgages bought.
CHARLES LANTZ, lawyer, room 408,
Bullard block. 6
TURN YOUR OLD GOLD AND SILVER
Into cash, United States mint prices,
and Assayers, 128 North Main St. Phone
Green 1733. tf
TO LOAN — $1000 OR LESS ON GOOD
city property; no commission; principals
only. Address R. M. T., 123 W. Third St.,
city. C
TO LOAN-5 TO 8 PER CENT MONEY.
BRADSHAW BROS., room 202 Bradbury
block. tf
WATCHMAKERS
WANTED — WATCHES TO CLEAN AT
50c; mainsprings at 25c; warranted for
one year. MO. DOLSON. 367 E. First
street, one block west of Alameda.
THIS WEEK SPECIAL LOW PRICES
will be quoted on gold-filled watches. W.
J. GETZ, Jeweler, 336 S. Broadway.
BOOKS
A—SOC WORTH OF MAGAZINBS DB
llvered at house for Mo. Baa Jones' Seek
I Store, IK W. SlfM afc . .
FOR RENT
House* 1
FOR RENT—I YEAR, TO RF.SPONSI
bIe family of adults, one of the most .
pleasant anil sightly homes overlooking
Westlake park, fronting south and east, '
containing 9 rooms, beside attic, base
ment, two baths, two linen rooms, elec
tric lights, grate, ftirnaoe. choking range,
and «11 floor coverings; barn reserved: "
rent $s') to right parties; possession given
December Ist. when move to new house. ,
Inquire JOHN M. MILLER. 334 Wilcox
building. 6
FOR RENT—2 GENTLEMEN CAN FIND
sunny suite of rooms In handsome resi- -
dence; elegant furnishings, fine grounds, ,
home table, elevated location, steam
heat, and all modern comforts. Address
E., box 22, Herald. 8
FOR RENT— I OR 4 GENTLEMEN ' AN
secure 2 handsomely furnished suites In -
modern house, real Westlake; gas, Imth,
steam h. at. all modern conveniences; 1
board If desired. Address E., box 13, Her
ald. I
FOR RENT—WO; HANDSOMELY FUR- '
nished, modern, 2-story ( re sidence; piano,
sewing machine, porcelain bath, barn, .
carriage, lawn, flowers; modem through
out. Address HOME, box 24, Herald. 8
FOR RENT — HANDSOMELY FUR.
nlshod rooms for housekeeping; a suite; .
sunny; gas, bath; no children. 211 N.
Olive st. 8
FOR RENT—S26 SOUTH SPRING; UN
furniShed ho-ase to rent, 28 rooms.
WRIGHT & (.'AI.LENDER, 235 West
Third.
FOR RENT—GILT WALL PAPER AND
border for 12-foot room, $1.50. WALTER, j
627 S. Spring. Telephone Brown 1885. 6 ]
_____ j
FOR RENT—THE PLEAS'ANTON, 40
rooms, newly renovated, and stores. Call
238 N. Grand aye. 7
FOR RENT—3-ROOM, HARD-FINISHED
cottage, 103 S. Bunker Hill. Terras, $10,
Including water.
FOR RENT—LARGE MODERN HOUSE;
street cars pass the door. Address E.,
box 38, Herald. T
FOR RENT—A FURNISHED COTTAGE,
with barn. 317 S. Hope st. 8
I FOR RENT—MODERN 11-ROOM HOUSE.
Apply at 125 E. Eighth st. 8
Room*
FOR RENT—LARGE SUNNY FURNISH
ed and unfurnlslied rooms from $2 to $6 1
per month. THE CLINTON, 703 Upper
Mala St., 2 blocks from center of city,
su-tt
FOR RENT—TWO SUNNY ROOMS,
bath; curtains, hall; entirely separate en
trance; 36.50. 333 S. Figueroa (Pearl). 6
FOR RENT—3 OR 4 FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping. 217 S. Olive St. 6
>
t FOR RENT—34S S. HILL ST., A 4-ROOM
j flat. 6
Furnished Rooms
1 FOR RENT — FURNISHED BUNNY
" rooms, en suite or single, for housekeep
ing; highest elevation in Los Angeles;
out of dust and noise. 101 S. Flower st.,
corner of First; take Westlake cars. 6
FOR RENT — NEATLY FURNISHED
room; use of dining room, kitchen and
parlor; small family; location good;
terms very reasonable; references. Ad
dress V., box 31, Herald. 6
' FOR RENT—A NICELY FURNISHED
front suite: gas stove; complete for house
keeping; piano if wanted. 742 V» S. Spring
street. 6
' FOR RENT—FURNISHED, TWO LARGE
front, sunny rooms; healthful location;
no housekeeping. 333 S. Bunker Hill.
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED AND
unfurnished rooms; prices reasonable.
6131/4 S. Spring st. 6
Miscellaneous
1 FOR RENT—CAR-LOAD OF ELEGANT
new pianos for rent and sale; come and
get your pick. E. G. ROBINSON, 301 S.
Broadway. 7
1
PERSONALS
• FACIAL BLEMISHES—I GUARANTEE
to permanently remove superlluous hairs,
warts, moles, etc.. from face, neck and ;
bands, with electric needle, without pain
or scar; no other method is reliable; con
sultation free. PROF. JAMES, room 4,
242Vj S. Broadway. 6
;', BOOTH—BLYTHE — BENNETT — PER
sons of either of these names may learn
something greatly to their advantage by
addressing CLARENCE M. BUEL, At
t tomey, Buell, Cal. tf
3 '
MRS. HURLBUT—TEACHES CONCEN
trotlon of will power, scientific palmistry,
card reading (Zurot), life reading (plan
> etnry); hours 10 to 4. Park Place, corner
, Hill and Fifth sts. 6
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-
Nover foils; send 4 cents for Woman's
Safe Guard. WILCOX MED CO., Dept.
, 2, Philadelphia, Pa. tf
r —-———_____.
1 WIDOW, 38 DESIRES ACQUAINTANCE
of gentleman, about 40, in business here;
object, friendship and results. Address
V., box 33, Herald. 6
TURN YOUR OLD GOLD AND SILVER
: Into cash, United States mint prices,
and Assayers, 123 North Main St. Phone
Green 1733. tf
I FOR WINDOW SHADES OO TO THtt
factory, U3 W. Ith, Price, the lowest tt
~ feMOnaXS *
liaTtTlifl MT REGULATORS CURB OJ
money; returned; trial box, 10c. MRS. 4
PRICE, 20, Btetlon P. Philadelphia. Pa,
"MARRIAGE BELL" MATRTMONIAJ
agency; strictly reliable and rcspectabl<
324 M S. Spring st. 8
MINING AND ASSAYING
BRINING AND ASSAYING—LEW E AV<
BURY, the leading Assayer, UB We*
First St., opposite Natick House. Branol
office, 1428 E St., San Diego.
THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE
and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main st
R. A. PEREZ, E. M., manager. 12-4-tf
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LUCIEN EARLE, COMMERCIAL, PRO.
bate and corporation law. Suite, 420 Bull
lard building. apS W
VICTOR MONTGOMERY, 340 BRADi
bury building. 11-19
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice of Assessment
ffHE HERALD PUBLISHING COMi
pany.—Location of principal place ot
business, Los Angeles California. Lo
cation of office No. 134 South Broad
way.
Notice is hereby given that at a rcgulai
meeting of the board of directors held on
the 15th day of October, 1898, an assessment
o. $20 per share or 20 per cent on each on.
hundred dollars, was levied upon the sub
scribed capital stock of the corporation,
payable on or before November 25, 1898, In
United States gold coin, to the general man-
I nger of said company at Its office No. 134
j South Broadway, in aald city of Los An
geles, California.
' Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of
I November, 1898, will be delinquent and ad
; vertised for sale at public auction, and un
' less payment is made before will be sold
!on Tuesday, the 3d day of January, 1899, tc
I pay the delinquent assessment, togethai
, with cost of advertising und expenses ol
sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
G. A. DORINSON. Secretary-
Notice
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
celved in the office of the city clerk of the
city ol San Pedro, on or before the 15th
day of November, 1898, up to the hodr of I
oclock p. m„ for furnishing the city of San
Pedro ten or fifteen acres of water lands,
situated within seven miles of San Pedro,
and containing an abundance of pure, soft
water, suitable for all domestic purposes
for said city.
All proposals to give full and complete
details in reference to location, price and:
elevation above tide-water; and also at
what depth an abundant supply of fresh
water may be obtained,
i All proposals to be'accompanied by a cer
! tilled check. In ten per cent of the amount
of said proposal, and made payable to the
order of the president of the board of trus
tees of the city of San Pedro.
The board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. J. D. CONNOR,
City Clerk of San Pedro.
Dated at San Pedro, October 27, 1898.
11-11
LINES OF TRAVEL
H "-LOB ANGELES
H RAILWAY CO
TIME CAED IN EFFECT SEPT. 28, 1898.
From Los Angelee to Depart Arrive
Glendale, Troplco a 7:05 am el :20 am
and VerdugoPark «6:Ktpm .6:40 paa
Pasadena. f a6:Soa«a aS:s3am
Garv.nia and Of :85 am aoS)Bpm
Of trie U Farm V 11:20 pm a 6 ::w pna
Pan Pedro. ( ffISSS i! 5
ix,nr Bench al :S5 pm a 12:15 pm
• »»S»t* #."P«
Terminallaland l_»e_ SlffgS
A itadcna and
Mount Lowe 08:35 am as:oBpm
Catallna inland el :40 am a»:l2pia,
aUally, osuaday only. sßaturday only.
Boyle Heights, Downey avenue aud Daly
street oar lines pus Terminal sutlous.
City ticket office, 230 South Spring street
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
t The company's elegant
steamers SANTA ROBA
and CORONA leave RE
i _BR9k_ HONDO at 11 a. m. and
5 IssVWT«kI PORT LOS ANGELES at
IMMV] 2:30 p. m. for San Fran
! mWSSaBu Cisco via Santa Barbara
I and Po . rt Harf 2° V ' ?"
5 9 13 17/21. 25. 29, Jan.' 2 'anil every
fourth day thereafter. Leave PORT LOS
ANGELES at 6 a. m. and REDONDO at
in a. m. for :San Diego Nov. 1, 6, 9, 13, It,
21 23 29 Dec. 3, 7. 11. 15. 19, 23, 27, 31, Ja,n. 4,
and every fourth day thereafter.
Cars connect via Redondo leave 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 BAY and ORIZABA
leave SAN PEDRO and EAST SAN PE
DRO for San Francisco via Ventura, Car
pinteria. Santa Barbara, Gaviota, Port
Harford, Cavucos, San Simeon, Monterey
and Santa Cruz at 0:30 p. m. Nov. 4, 8.12,14,
20 24 and 28. Dec. 2, (i, 10,14,18, 22, 26, 30, Jan.
3 and every fourth day thereafter
Cars connect with steamers via San Pedro
leave S. P. R. R. (Arcade depot) at 3:03 p. m.
and Terminal Railway depot at 5:lo p. m.
For further Information obtain folder.
The company reservea right to change,
without previous notice, steamera, sailing
date, and hours ot soiling". RRig
124 W. Second St., Los Angelas.
GOODALL. PERKINS & CO.,
Gen. Agts.. S. F.
LOS ANGELES AND REDONDO RAIL*
WAY COMPANY.
Los Angeles depot: Cor. Grand aye. and
Jefferson street. Goes into effect No. Oth.
Leave Leave
Los Angeles Redondo
for Redondo: for Los Angeles
9:30 a. m., dally 8:00 a. m., dally
1:30 p. m.dally 11:00 a. m., daily
4:30 p. m., dally 3:15 p. m., daily
11:30 p. m., Sat. only 6:30 p. m., Sat. only
Take Grand aye. electric cars or Math
St. and Agricultural Park cars.
L. J. PERRY, Superintendent
NO LONGER AT HA WARDEN
Mrs. Gladstone Leaves Her Historlg
Home Through. Troubles
Thousands of Americans who admire the
life and work of William Ewart Gladstone
will hear with regret that his estimable and
beloved widow is no longer mistress of Haw
arden castle, and that this historic residence
will not in future be her home. There has
been a considerable amount of friction and
unpleasantness in the Gladstone family
since the old statesman's death, mainly in
connection with the disposition of his es
tates aud in the control of the property, bud
feeling being engendered in the minds of the
sons and daughters of Mr. Gladstone by tha
altered position in which the widow of his
eldest son—namely, Mrs. William Henry
Gladstone —has been placed by his death. It
is probable that henceforth and for the re
mainder of her days the elder Mrs. Glads
tone will make her homo in London with her
son Herbert and be oared for and nursed hy
her unmarried daughter Helen.
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