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The Herald.
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 '
SEO A. RALPHS-GOLD BAR FLOUR,
1110; cltv flour, 85c; pkg. coffee, 10c! gran
ulated sugar, 18 lbs $1; 4 cans tomatoes 25c;
8 bars German Family soap, 25; 2 Chal
lenge Milk, 15c; 10 lbs corn meal, 16c; 5 bars
Gold Medal Borax Soap. 25c; 11 lbs rolled
wheat or 10 lbs oats, 25c; 3 cans salmon,
25c; 1-lb can beef. 10c; 3 cans Lily Cream,
25c; 6 boxes sardines. Be; 5-gal. gasoline,
75c; coal oil. 65c; K. C. linking powder.
20c; lard, 10 lbs 55c; 10 lbs beans 25c.
601 8. Spring St., cor. Sixth. Tel. 516. tf
GREAT AMERICAN DUST PREVENT
er preserves the floor; no dust from
■weeping; get estimates. Office. 125 S.
Broadway. County agents wanted. 12-3
TEACHING IN ELOCUTION. FRENCH
and embroidery, by competent teacher.
HOTEL DEWEY, room 8. 4JIV4 S. Broad
way. MKS. EUGENE COSBY. 13
fe A. STEAM CARPET CLEANING CO.
will clean and lay all kinds of carpets at
4c per yard; all work guaranteed. 329 E.
SECOND ST. Tel. Main 74. tf
A. W. UPTON, EXPERT SEWING MA
chlne repairer; ..11 work guaranteed,
called for and returned without charge.
209 W. Fifth st. 12
CENTS' SUITS DRY CLEANED, 81.50;
pants, 60c. BOSTON DYE WORKS, 256
New High St., near Temple. tf
DR. R. F. CLARK, KIDNEY DISEASES
and diseases of women; Byron block.
Third and Broadway. tf
MEN'S SOLES 35C; LADIES' 30Cs TO PAY
more is waste of money. 4u5 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 509.
(Office open from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m..
except Sunday.)
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Man with well boring outtit; pruner.
820 to $25 etc.; butcher ar.d sausagr-mak
er, $45 etc.; groom, $25 to $30 o!c.| o-chard
hand. $20 etc.; harness maker, $40 etc.;
journeyman plumber; railroad laborers
and teamsters, $1.75 day; fare le mile.
MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Man and wife, cooks, $50 to $60 etc.;
head waiter, $50 etc.; porter and runner,
country hotel, $15 etc.; man and wife,
cooks, country, $50 etc.: waiter, $5 week;
roustabout, watt on help, 815 etc.
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
Woman, take child, city. $12 German
houseglrl, 4 family, $5 week; nursegirl,
home nights, clo.se in, $20, reftrences;
houseglrls, Pasanena, Redlands, $20;
houseglrls, city, $S, $X), $15, $20, J25; col
ored houseglrl, $25.
LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Waitress, country. $20; dishwasher,
country. $18 and fare; cook, country, $40.
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.
WANTED—THE OPERA RESTAURANT,
117 S. Main St., serves the best 10 cent
meal in the city; try it and be convinced.
tf
MAN AND WIFE, COOKS, $50 ETC.;
one $45. etc.
PIPHER & CO., 315 W. Second
12
Female Help
WANTED—WOMAN TO CANVASS FOR
article needed in every household. Ad
dress D., box 13, Herald. 12
■WANTED—FIRST CLASS LAUNDRESS,
to take home washing of private family.
Call 1148 S. Figueroa st. 13
WANTED — EXPERIENCED LADY
canvasser; Rood commission. Address
D., box 51, Herald. 12
>» ANTED—YOUNG GIRL AS NURSE
maid; may go home nights. Address D..
box 12, Herald. 12
Hale and Female Help
PROFITABLE HOME WORK —WE
want a few men and women In every
town to make novelties for us ut their
homes; day or evenings; $6 to $15 weekly;
no canvassing or experience needed;
steady employment; plain instructions
and work sent to your homo on applica
tion. BRAZILIAN MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, New York city.
Agents
LADY CANVASSER; GOOD THING JUST
now; everybody interested. Address V
box 16, Herald office. 13"
Situations—Hale
WANTED—SITUATION; MAN AND
wife, no children, desire work on ranch;
wife good cook; man understands or
chard work. Address, with wages D
box 52, Herald. ' vl '
WANTED—SITUATION BY STEADY,
competent, all-around eastern printer
city or country; can op-rate Llnotvpe and
Thorne machines. Address V., box 16
Herald office. !3 '
W ANTED - SITUATION; MAN AND
wife, on ranch; accustomed to work. Ad
dress G., box 25, Herald. 12
WANTED—SITUATION AS WATCH
maker and repairer. Address H., box 42
Herald. j. '
Situations—Female
WANTED—SIT IT ATION TO WASH AND
iron, by the day. Address H. box 32
Herald. ' '
WANTED
Situations —Female
WANTED—POSITION AS GOVERNESS
by competent teacher, thoroughly con
versant with English literature and Lat
in. Address I >.. box 64, Herald. 12
WANTED—BY GOOD, RELIABLE Wo
man, work by the day; good in cleaning,
sweeping and general housework. Ad
dress G., box 26. Herald. 12
WANTED —WORK BT THE DAY,
sweeping, cleaning, washing windows,
etc.; quick, reliable, thorough. Address
D„ box 63, Herald. 12
WANTED—BY A COMPETENT TEACH
er, a position as governess in a cultured
family. Address TEACHER, bo* 4. Her
ald. 12
WANTED—SITUATION AS DAY GOV
erness; would give mornings for room
and board. Address H., box 25, Herald.
13
WANTED—SITUATION AS CHAMBER
maid in lodging house, or would go out
by day. Address H., box 33, Herald. 13
WANTED—SITUATION AS NTTRBE
maId, by young woman; am fond of chil
dren. Address H., box 14, Herald. 12
A FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKER WISH
eg a situation In family at $1.75 per day.
Cull at 752 S. Los Angeles St. 12
WANTED—WORK BY THE DAY. HON
days or Tuesdays. MRS. E. SCHRA
DER, 719 E. Sixth St. 13
WANTED—FEMALE PUPILS IN ENG
llsh and Latin branches. Address T. W.
H„ Station D., city. 12
WANTED—A FEW PUPILS TO PRE
pare for public school work. Address D..
box 55, Herald. 12
Seal Estate
WANTED—TO PURCHASE A COTTAGE
and lot in beach town; must be a bargain
for cash. Address, giving price and loca
tion, and a general description of prop
erty, BEACH, Herald. 12
WANTED —TO RENT SMALL CHICKEN
ranch. Address, with particulars as to
location, rent, stock, improvements, etc.,
G., box 14, Herald. 12
To Purchase
WANTED—GROCERY STORE; WILL
exchange good ranch property for same.
Address G., box 31. Herald. 12
WANTED—LUNCH COUNTER Busi
ness. Address, with price and location,
D,, box 48, Herald. 12
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE; RANCH;
would like good grocery store. Address
G., box 29, Herald. 12
To Sent
WANTED — TO RENT; CHICKEN
ranch. Address, with particulars of
buildings, etc., G., box 24, Herald. 12
WANTED—TO RENT; SMALL CHICK
en ranch. Address, with location and de
tails, G., box 21, Herald. 12
Live Stock
WANTED—GOOD SPAN OF MULES.
Address, with price and where can be
seen, H., box 24, Herald. 13
Miscellaneous
WANTED-GOOD WAGON AND HAR
ness; might take double team of horses
or mules, too, If offered at a bargain.
Address H., box 27, Herald. 13
WANTED-GOOD SPAN OF MULES.
Address, with price, G., box 32, Herald.
12
EDUCATIONAL
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
226 S. Spring; at., Los Angeles; tbe oldest,
largest and most elegantly equipped
commercial school in Southern Califor
nia; hundreds of successful graduates in
banking; and business houses; in session
all the year; enter any day; evening
school on Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day 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.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING—
The same as taught in our high school
and used in our courts, Is taught at the
Long-ley Istitute, room 306 Henna build
ing, on best terms.
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE.
212 W. Third St.; oldest, largest, besi; 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
EXPERIENCED TEACHER WOULD
like a few pupils; will coach in public
school work. Address D,, box 18, Herald.
12
DENTISTS
ADAMS BROS., DENTAL PARLORS,
2'JiiVa S. Spring st.; painless extraction, 50c;
fillings; plates from $4; all work guaran
teed: established 12 years. Hours, 8-5;
Sundays. 10-12. Tel. Black 1273. tf
FRANK STEVENS, 3241s S. SPRING ST.
Open days and evenings, also Sundays;
electric lights. Tel. Green 1353
EXCURSIONS
ROCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON
ducted excursions every Tuesday and
Wednesday; low rates, quick time;
union depot, Chicago. Office, 214 South
Spring st. tf
LOS ANGELES HERALD i SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1898
FOB SALE
House*
FOR SALE—FOR 17.50 A MONTH AND
a small cash payment I will build you a
new 4-room cottage, plastered and paint
ed to suit, in my Third Addition, Eighth
and Mateo streets. Why pay rent When
you can own your own home? C. A.
SMITH, 213 W. First St. tf
FOR SALE—SBSO; NEW 4-ROOM COT
tage: bath, water closet, sink; 40-foot lot.
fenced. Take Vernon car to White St..
ask for Storr's house. Also 5-roora new
cottage. $950. No. 1053. T WIESEN
DANGER. 427 S. Broadway, novlj
FOR SALE—A SMALL HOUSE, TO BE
moved. 142 S. Rio st. 13
City Lots and Lands
FOR SALE—HANDSOME RESIDENCE
site, any size from a single lot to al whole
block; situation as tine for a large resi
dence as can be found in Los Angeles;
only half as far out as Westlake park,
and twice as desirable In 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. Bixel 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 und a
favorite with people who drive. Lucas
avenue runs parallel with Ilixel. and is
the first street west of it. The big Shatto
residence is on Lucas. It is a full mile
nearer the elty than Westlake park, and
the cars bring one from the corner of Lu
cas aye. and Second st. to Spring si. in
Just 5 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
tine as it is possible to imagine, and a
good residence would show up from them
to very great advantage. It could'bet seen
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 San Antonio clear around
to the ocean, the ocean itself and 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 he can get it at
its present — not a speculative — value.
This property, and all the property in the
neighborhood, will undoubtedly be held
higher the moment real estate begins to
move, and there are good reasons why
the advance here 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
come any closer, because south of that
line there Is no oil.. That fact has been
abundantly demonstrated by repeated 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
line 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 Bixel
St. and Lucas aye., Is now worth $60 a
front foot, this will be worth xnore, 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 heslthfulness, 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.
MAYNE FINDS THE BARGAINS
HALL'S VILLA TRACTS.
In this beautiful subdivision we have
ONE AND TWO ACRES
which we can sell now* at such prices
that will undoubtedly increase in value
very soon, being situated in the direc
tion of the city's new growth and where
population Is forcing the electric car
lines to build. Investigate, or, better still,
let us show you this tract.
C. E. MAYNE & CO..
12 118 W. Fourth St.
WE SELL THE EARTH—
BASSETT & SMITH,
Room 2, Y. M. C. A. building.
Business Property
FOR SALE—A GOOD BLACKSMITH
shop, with tools. Address SMITH, box
35, Herald. 12
Country Property
FOR SALE—GOOD COUNTRY BARBER
shop; dye shop in connection; two chairs;
will take part cash and part monthly pay
ment. Address H., box 29, Herald. 13

FOR SALE—COUNTRY DAIRY; 60 TO 60
Jersey cows; good milk route; lease of
large acreage, for pasture. Address H
box 37, Herald. 13
Hotels and Lodging Houses
FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSE; 45
rooms; rent, $60; good furniture. Ad
dress H., box 4, Herald. 13
FOR SALE—CENTRALLY LOCATED 14
-roomed lodging house. Address H„ box
17, Herald. 13
Stocks and Bonds
A—sooo SHARES AMARGOSA MINING
stock. I. K. WILSON, 853 8. Broadway.
13
Live Stock
FOR SALE—EXTENSION TOP CAR
riage, 2 horses, double harness;'*will sell
the outfit cheap. Address H., box 18,
Herald. 13
FOR SALE—FINE HORSE; HANDSOME,
sound; suitable for surrey or delivery
wagon. Address G., box 22, Herald. 12
FOR SALE-FINE DOUBLE TEAM,
harness and carriage, for sale at B bar
gain. Addross G., box 28, Herald. 13
FOR SALE-FINE HORSE, SUITABLE
for surrey or delivery wagon. Addrej ■
H., box 43, Herald. 13
FOR SALE—FINE YOUNG MARE;
good for saddle or driving. Address H.,
box 30, Herald. 13
FOR SALE—A FINE MARE AND HAR
ness; sound. Address STABLE, box 4,
Herald. U
FOB SALE
Livestock
> FOR SALE—STYLISH OUTFIT, HORSE,
I harness, surrey. Address E.. box 27,
Herald. 13
. FOR SALE—LARGE WORK HORSE
for sale cheap. Address D., box 52, Her
ald. 12
' FOR SALE—HORSE. HARNESS, SUR
rey; a bargain. Address H., box 19, Her
ald. 13
FOR SALE—A FAST PACING MARE.
Inquire cigar stand, 230 W. Second et.
11-13
FOR SALE—FINE BLACK MARE AND
harness. Address H., box 28, Herald. 13
FOR SALE—SSS; GOOD JERSEY COW;
fresh. Address H., box 21, Herald. 13
FOR SALE—HORSE. HARNESS, SUR
rey. Address G., box 33, Herald. 12
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—OLD NEWSPAPERS, SUlT
able for putting- under carpets, etc.. !n
packages of 100, for 10 cents. Apply at
Herald business office. tf
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 BALE—WOO; A FIRST-CLASS TOP
t buggy; will take good wheel as part pay
ment. Address G., box 57. Herald. 12
I
FOR SALE —$100; FIRST CLASS TOP
buggy; will take good wheel as part pay.
Address H., box 31, Herald. 13
FOR SALE-GOOD DOUBLE TEAM
! and covered wagon; a bargain. Address
j D., box 27, Herald. 12
L_
j FOR SALE—GOOD SINGER SEWING
machine, cheap for cash. Address D.,
box 26, Herald. 12
FOR SALE—A BARGAIN; TWO-SEAT
ed extension top carriage. Address H.,
box 16, Herald. 13
i FOR SALE—S2S; LADIES' BICYCLE; AL
| most new; easy riding. Address G., box
30, Herald. 12
FOR SALE—NEW CANOPY TOP PHAE
| ton; will trade. Address D., box 28, Her
ald. 12
FOR SALE—CHEAP; A THOROUGH
bred mastiff. Address D., box 21, Her
ald. 12
FOR SALE—GOOD EASTERN BUGQY;
will trade. Address D., box 35, Herald.
12
FOR SALE—FIRST CLASS WHEEL; A
sacrifice. Address D., box 32, Herald. 12
FOR SALE—CHEAP; FINE LIGHT
harness. Address D., box 25, Herald. 12
FOR SALE — OLD NEWSPAPERS, 10c.
per hundred. Address Herald office, tf
j FOR SALE—SMITH PREMIER TYPE
writer. Address D., box 20, Herald. 12
FOR SALE — HORSE. BUGGY. HAR
ness. Address G., box 55, Herald. 12
FOR SALE-A GOOD GUITAR. ALMOST
new. Address D., box 24, Herald. 12
FOR SALE—SIDE-SADDLE; GOOD AS
new. Address D., box 30, Herald. 12
i FOR SALE—LIGHT SPRING WAGON.
Address D.. box 33. Herald. 12
!
FOR SALE-PIANO, AT A BARGAIN.
Address D., box 23, Herald. » 12
i FOR SALE—SOS; EXTRA FINE SURREY.
Address H., box 38, Herald. 12
FOR SALE-$3O; GOOD SURREY. AD
dress H., box 35, Herald. 13
MONEY TO LOAN
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. 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,
I 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. $5000 to $50,000. 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 5 TO 7 PER CENT
net. on choice city residence or business
property. F. Q. STORY. 303 Henne block.
122 W. Third st. tf
MONEY TO LOAN—S2OO TO $95,000. ON
clly and country real estate. LEE A. Mc-
CONNELL & CO., 145 S. Broadway,
i Fiost building. tf
TO LOAN—{ TO 8 PER CENT MONEY
URADSHAW BROS., room 202 Bradbury
| block. tf
FOB EXCHANGE
Boal Estate
FOR EXCHANGE—PROPERTY NEAR
Bakersfleld, part under cultivation;
house, barn, chicken house, dairy, etc.;
abundance of water; will exchange for
small residence In Los Angeles. Address
H., box 7, Herald. IS
FOR EXCHANGE—NICE NINE-ACRE
ranch; good soil; plenty of water; house,
barn; cars pass the door; want modern
6 to 8-roomefl house, with grounds, In Los
Angeles. Address H., box 39, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE — 10-ACRE ORANGE
grove at Covina; want good paying gro
cery store In Los Angeles; nothing with
out the closest investigation; no agents.
Address D„ box 45, Herald. 12
FOR EXCHANGE—NEAR ELSINORE;
several acres of unimproved land, with
water stock; small house; want to ex
change for city home. Address H., box
6, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—2O ACRES AT BUR
bank; house, barn and other buildings;
partly Improved; want small olty home.
Address H.. box 12. Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—SAN DIEGO RESl
dence and country property for small
home In Los Angeles. Address H., box
40, Los Angeles. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—OHIO FARM, 75
acres under cultivation; will exchange
for property In Los Angeles. Address H.,
box 13, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—NICE COTTAGE IN
suburbs of Oakland for ranch In South
ern California. Address, with details, H.,
box 20, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—COUNTRY HOME;
2 acres, on Santa Monica electric line;
want home in Los Angeles. Address H.,
box 38, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—SIX-ROOMED COT
tage at Garvanza, near car line; clear;
want Los Angeles lots. Address D., box
44, Herald. 12
FOR EXCHANGE—GROVE OF OR
anges: double water stock; will exchange,
for Pasadena residence. Address H., box
2, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD FARM IN
Southern Nebraska; 130 acres sown to full
wheat. Address ACREAGE, Herald of
tlce. 12
FOR EXCHANGE—CLEAR 20-ACRE
fruit ranch in Perris valley; want Los
Angeles lots. Address D., box 46, Her
ald. 12
FOR EXCHANGE—COTTAGE NEAR
Sisters' hospital; $500 mortgage; want lot
in southwest. Address D., box 42, Her
ald. 12
FOR EXCHANGE—2O ACRES IN FUL
lerton, 15 acres in walnuts; water; tine,
neighborhood. Address H., box 41. Her
ald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—LAND IN VENTURA
county; would take part grocery stock in
exchange. Address H., box 9, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES OF LAND
near Redlands; want email home in Los
Angeles. Address G., box 10, Herald. 12
FOR EXCHANGE—WILL TRADE FOR
grocery stock; good modern cottage, well
finished. Address H, box 11, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—SMALL RANCH
near Sherman; will take city property.
Address H., box 10, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE-FINE SAN DIEGO
land, clear, for lots In Los Angeles. Ad
dress E., box 45, Herald. 12
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE FOR Pi
ano, desirable lot In Santa Barbara. Ad
dress H., box 23, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—FIRST CLASS REAL
estate for stock of groceries. Address H.,
box 26, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE —HUNDREDS OF
properties. BEN WHITE, 235 W. First.
tf
Miscellaneous
FOR EXCHANGE—FOR GOOD WHEEL,
a watch and some cash. Address G., box
20, Herald. 12
FOB BENT
Houses
FOR RENT—626 SOUTH SPRING; UN
furnished house to rent, 28 rooms
WRIGHT & CALL EN DER. 235 West
Third.
Booms
WANTED—4 CONNECTING ROOMS,
one fronting on street for office and lab
oratory work; low rent; location, from
First to Third preferred; state price. Ad
dress V., box 17, Herald. 12
Furnished Booms
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. 611 E. Second st.; rent $11.
14
FOR RENT-SUITE OF SUNNY FUR
nlshed rooms, for housekeeping. 315 S.
Bunker Hill aye. 13
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 OO TO THE I
factory, 222 W. 6th. Prices the lowest tf j
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE—MEAT MARKET: ETRBT
olam fixtures; cash sale*; 111-health the
cauae of sale. Address H., box 3. Her
ald. U
FOR SALE—MEAT MARKET; CASH
. trade: wagon, horse; low rent; two years'
lease; WOO cash. Address H., box 36, Her
ald. IS
FOR SALE—INTEREST IN EBTAB
llshed general Insurance business; good
company. Address D., box 47, Herald.
II
FOR SALE —STEAM LAUNDRY PLANT;
a genuine bargain; owner In 111-health.
Address LAUNDRY, box 86, Herald. 12
FOR SALE —A WELL-ESTABLISHED
retail drug store, fixtures and 1 showcases;
a bargain. Address E„ box 34, Herald. 12
FOR SALE—SALOON; GOOD LOCA
tlon; part cash; balance easy payments.
Address Y„ box 18. Herald. 12
FOR SALE—WIDE-AWAKE BUTCHER
shop In country town, very reasonable.
Address 0.. box 23, Herald. 12
FOR SALE—FRUIT AND CANDY
store for sale at a bargain. Address D.,
box 60, Herald. 12
FOR SALE—BAKERY. CONFECTION
ery and Ice cream parlor. Address D.,
box 49, Herald. 12
FOR SALE—IN COUNTRY TOWN. GOOD
butcher shop. Address H., box 34, Her
ald. 18
I SELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS.
L D. BARNARD, 112 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE — GOOD GROCERY. AD
dress H.. box 5, Herald. 13
LINES OF TRAVEL
H LOS ANGELEB - , F
-1 RAILWAY CO. F
THUS CAKD IN EFFECT SEPT. 28, 1898.
From Los Angeles to Depart Arrive
Ulendale, Troptco a7:osam a<t:2oam
and Verdugo Vara, aft :20 pm si :40 pm
Pasadeaa, / a 6 .M am as |88 am
Warrants end as:3s am a.Vus pin
Ostrich Farm a 5:20 pm »o:ajpta
T.r-ln.l Island ,11,80 S» .7*7 pS
Altadesa and
Moan t Lowe sB:SSam aBH» pm
Catalina Island a»:4oara a*:l2pm
afiaily, csunday only. Saturday only.
bovie Heights. Downey avenue and Daly
street oar Unea pass Terminal stations.
City ticket office. 280 South spring atreat.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
8. The oompaoy's elegant
Isjjpj steamers SANTA ROSA
and CORONA leave Hli-
I HONDO at 11 a. m. snd
IKIsCVI PORT LOS ANGELES at
I Mill 2:30 p. m for San Kran
n cisco via Santa Barbara
ma and Port Harford Nov. 3,
; 11, 15, 19, 23, 27. Dec. 1,
5 9 13 17 21 25, 29, Jan. 2 and every
fourth day thereafter. Leave PORT LOS
ANGELES at I a m. and REDONDO at
10 a. m. for San Diego 1. 6, 9, 13, 17,
,21 25 29. Dec. 3. 7, 11, 15, 19. 23, 27. 31. Jan. 4,
and every fourth day thereafter.
Cars connect via Redondo leave Santa Fa
, 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 1:35 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
pinterla, Santa Barbara, Gavlota, Port
Harford, Cayucos, San Simeon, Monterey
and Santa Cruz at 6:30 p. m. Nov. 4. 8, 12. 16,
20, 24 and 28. Dec. 2, 6. 10. 14, 18. 22, 26, 30, Jan.
3 and every fourth day thereafter.
Cars connect with steamers via Ban Pedro
leave S. P. R. R- (Arcade depot) at 5:03 p. m.
and Terminal Railway depot at 5:15 p. in.
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.
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., daily 8:00 a. m.. dally
1:30 p. m.dally 11:00 a. m., dally
4:30 p. m., dally 3:15 p. m., dally
11:30 p. m.. Sat. only 6:30 p. m., Sat. only
Take Grand aye. electric cars or Main
St. and Agricultural Park cars.
L. J. PERRY, Superintendent.
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice of Assessment
THE HERALD PUBLISHING COM
pany.—Location of principal place of
business, Los Angeles California. Lo
cation of ofiice No. 134 South Broad
way.
Notice Is hereby given that at a regular
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
ager of said company at Its office No. 136
South Broadway, in said city of Los An
geles. California.
Any stock upon which this assessment
Bhall remain unpaid on the 25th day of
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, to
pay the delinquent assessment, together
with cost of advertising and expenses of
sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
G. A. DOBINSON, Secretary.
Stockholders' Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Crystal Springs Land and Water
company will be held on Monday, Novem
ber 21st, at 3 oclock p. m., at the office of
the company, 330 New High street, in the
city of Los Angeles, for the election of a
board of directors for the ensuing year,
and the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the meeting.
21 S. H. MOTT, Secretary.
Los Angeles, Nov. 8, 1898.
Stockholders' Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TJHAT
the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Los Angeles City Water company
will be held on Monday, November 21st, at
3 oclock p. m., at the office of the company,
330 New High street, In the city of Los An
geles, for the election of a board of direct-
I ors for the ensuing year, and the transac
tion of such other business as may properly
come before the meeting.
21 S. H. MOTT, Secretary.
Los Angeles, Nov. 8, 1898.
WAS BANISHED FROM FRANCE
A Famous Anarchist Who Ia Wow la
San Francisco ,
One of the most noted anarchists ot
France is seeking to gain admittance to this
city. Her plans, however, will in sjl
probability be frustrated by the commis
sioner of immigration, Hart North, who
has refused her a landing on the ground
that she is liable to become a public charge.
The woman is Catherine Sophie Bertha
de Giraud d'Agay, and she arrived last
Monday form Vancouver, British Colum
bia. She is over 50 years of age and has
had a most eventful life. She comes of a
very distinguished old French family, sev
eral members of which have held high
places and gained much distinction under
the French government. She claims to be
a royalist, and asserts that she has nothing
in common with the anarchists, whose
methods she pretends to frown upon. How
ever, in 1892, the French authorities, owing
to her actions, saw fit to issue a decree
banishing her from France. Mrs. de Giraud
fled from Paris thereupon, and went Into
hiding at a small village near Havre. Foe
two years her identity was not discovered,
but in 1894, fearful lest she might be ar
rested, Mrs. de Giraud came to the United
States, taking up her residence in Chi
cago. Emphatically she denies that she as
sociated herself with any of the anarchists
who, about that time, made Chicago their
headquarters. Nevertheless, she was under
police surveillance. A year later Mrs. de
Giraud came to East Oakland, where she
remained incognito, no one recognizing her
as the expelled anarchist of France. Subse
quently she went to Australia and took an
active part in the affairs of the anarchists.
She got into trouble with the authorities
there and removed to Vancouver. Now
she seeks to land in San Francisco.
According to tho story she told the com
missioner, Mrs. de Giruud invested $10,000
in mines in British Columbia, all of which
she has lost. The money was the only re
maining portion of the fortune of $00,000
left her upon the death of her husband,
Caesar Alexander Giraud d'Agay, who,
she claims, was a collector of customs in
France. Mrs. de Giraud further asserts
that a medal of honor for bravery, which
she exhibited, was awarded to nor grand
father, William Gilbert, who had been a
lieutenant in the French army.
Mrs. de Giraud declares that during the
life of her husband she was not molested,
but no sooner hud he passed away than
the governor accused her of being an an
archist. She is desirous of getting bank
to London, she says, in the hope of regain
ing n portion of the money lost in her
mining venture.—Snn Francisco Chropiele.
MEDIUMS
REMOVED—MRS. PARKER. MEDIUM
and Palmist; life reading;: business speo
ulatlons, mineral locations, removal*,
lawsuits, travels, marriages, rhUdrsn.
dispositions and capabilities; all affairs
of life. 418V4 S. Spring st., room 10. Fees,
60 cents and tl.
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, INDE.
pendent slate writing medium and olalr
voyant psychic, 330/4 South Spring street.
Sittings dally, Sunday excepted. Hours
10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
MRS. WALKER! CLAIRVOYANT AND
life business reading medium; all bust
ness affairs of life looked into for the ad*
vancemsnt of your future. 316H 8. Spring)
street. tf
MRS. KATE HOSKINS, TRANCE ME.
dlum; sittings dally; evenings by an.
polntment; circle Tuesday evening, 260,
at 322 8. Spring st. 11-SO
MRS, BANFORD JOHNSON, INDEPENV
dent slate-writing medium and clalrvoy
ant psychic, 330 V« S. Spring St.; hours.
10 to 4. tf
A—32B W. THIRD ST.; TEST CIRCLES
every Wednesday and Friday evenings,
at 8 sharp; private sittings dally, 11 to I
p. m. 12-8
PROF. EMANUEL, FROM INDIA.
Clairvoyant and Palmist; room IT, IS»H
N. Spring St.; consult on business affairs.
11-17
KRS. BARNETT, BUSINESS AND MIN.
ing; sittings dally; circle Tuesday even
lng. 411'j S. Spring st. 11
ELLA M. WHITE, 122 S. OLIVE ST.,
well known Psychometric and Clalrvoji
ant Medlmu. 11-84
AONES H. PLEABANCE, TRANCE MIS.
dlum; sittings dally. 356' A 8. Spring at.
GOULD AMES, PALMIST, PBTCHOMET*
rlst and Astrologlst 744 S. Hope St. tt
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LUt'IEN EARLE, COMMERCIAL, PRO.
bate and corporation law. Suite, 420 BuV>
lard building. apB 8t
VICTOR MONTGOMERY, 840 BRAD"
bury building. 11-80
BATHS
MISS DORA FRANCIS. CABINET
baths and massage, llstt W. First it.
room 3; between Spring and Main.
GRACE ROBINSON, TUB AND VAPOR
baths, 120H, S. Spring; room 2.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LUDWIG * MATTHEWS, WHOLESALE
and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT
MARKET, 135 S. Main St. Tel. 660 tf
- t^ji
MINING AND ASSAYING
THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE
and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main at
R. A. PEREZ, E. M.. manager. 12-4-tf
WATCHMAXEBS
THIS WEEK SPECIAL LOW PRICES
will be quoted on gold-filled watches. W.
J. QETZ, Jeweler, 336 S. Broadway.
BOOKS
A-80C WORTH OF MAGAZINES DB>
llvered at house for 30c. See Jones' Boo*
Store. 226 W. First St
PHYSICIANS
DR. UNGER CURES CANCERS AND
tumors; no knife or pain. 10714 N. Mala
street ■

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