to supply steer beef for 5 cents a pound,
•alt ixe-f for 3% cents pc r pound and wether
mutton for 5 cents. The Pearl market cuts
these figures. The same grade of beet was
offered at iV, cents, mutton at 2*4 rents and
tali pork at 4 tents. The city c lerk called
attention to the fuel that the contract ot
Meek & Co. lor supplying the jail with bread
had expired. On motion of Mr. Toll, he
was instructed lo advertise for bids.
Bells Will Ring
Regarding Ihe council's instructions of
November 30th, requesting the Terminal
radtvay to place gates at the Macy street
crossing, the following communication fronr
li. B. HAnes-, the company's general man
ager, was read: "We have had in contem
plation for some time the matte r of placing
electric bells at our important street cross
ings and would be pleased to have the coun
cil's opinion regarding this improvement. '
When the matter was presented thecoun
cil favored the proposed improvement.
She Wants to Sell Out
Mrs. M. A. Wiswell. owner of lot 34, Belle
vue tract, on Vermont avenue, running
through to Xew Hampshire avenue, in a
Communication filed with the city clerk yes
terday staled she had been informed that
the city is about to open and extend Seven
teenth street. As her lot, so she is informed,
is in direct line with what would be the
etreet, she desires to offer the piece of land
for sale, hoping the city will purchase it
without the needless expense of having a
Building Superintendent Reports
As reqnire-el by the city charter, the build
ing superintendent yesterday filed with the
cily council a report of the work done by his
department from November 30. 1807, to De
cember 1, 1808. During the year 1704 build
ing permits were issued covering improve
ments valued at the sum of $2,100,582. As to
the general result of his inspection, the su
perintendent says: -'In my report of a year
ago 1 urged and still urge the need of classi
fying our business buildings as to their
condition and safety."
Petitions for Annexation
Eighteen petitions, representing .WOO ol
voters in the city and constituting more
than one-fifth of the qualified voters, ask
ing that the University district be annexed
to the city was filed With the council yester
day and were referred to the board «f pub
lic works. The same board has the Gar
vanza petition asking a similar uetion be
fore it. It is quite probable that both will
be voted on at the same special election,
which may be called in the near future.
No material change was made in the total .
Vote of the city by the council canvass made
yesterday. The larges-t mistake was dis
covered in the vote on the Harlami-White
contest, where one precinct had been creel- ■
iled With giving Harliind 100 votes mote
than be wu- entitled to. The official totals
were not given out for Ihe reason that sev
eral precincb officers neglected to swear to
Alley Ready for Commissioner
Councilman Nickel! presided at yester
day's meeting of Ihe council, ove ing 10 the
absence of President Silver. The mailer
ot opening .111 alley from Ninth to Eighth
streets betweeu Broadway and 11-11 slice,* _
<4a» taken up b> the rnuiwtil, bo; owing te
ol appouii ing i-ouimUstonera srns/defen-wl I
Yesterday the council oieleiiel the trans
fer ut ihe street swciping funds. $7101.0".
from the health department to. the street de
partment. This is (he first step toward the
hand-sweeping sy«iem which will be ih-
Sugunatedi as soon »» the council passes a
hew ordinance instructing the street super
intendent, to appoint -wee-per-.
New Health Inspector
At the request of Health Officer L, M.
Powers, I!. E. Drummoad was appointed a
city sanitary inspector, without pay. Mr.
prummond is now tin inspector for the
horticultural commission and would be of
great assistance to the health office.
Broadway Tunnel Plans All Right
Plan- and specifications for the Broad
way tunnel, which have been investigated
by the board of public works, were adopted
by the council yesterday on the board's
recommendation and the city clerk was in-
Strucled to advertise for bids.
Fourth Street to Be Sidewalked
In the matter of proposals to sidewalk
Fourth street between Olive street and
(lr*nd avenue, on tiie recommendation of
the board of public wsrkfl the bid of A. (1.
Strain at 8% cents per square lout was ac
Year's Work of the City Attorney
The annual rspoi-t of the city attorney,
filed with Utecouneil yesterday shows then
ate forty-two case.- pending in. the courts -
in which the city IssintereSted, and that dur
ing the year twenty-four cases were de
Seaman. Given Tifteen Days
City Assessor Seaman was yesterday
granted a fifteen day leave of absence. Mr.
Peaman has been called to San Francisco
ami will return in lime to turn his office
over to Assessor-elect li. E. Ward.
PICKPOCKETS AT WORK
Tlnee Victims of the "Dip" Reported
Pickpockets ore st work and people who
go tv the business portion of the city dur
ing the holiday season would do well to ex
ercise unusual care, especially when in
crowds. There were no le-< than three vic
tims of the 'dip'" yesterday.
While standing in front of the Owl drug
note on South Spring iDrert John Kappes
ot 2331 Olowner street had hit pocket
picked up a purse containing -Sou in gold —two
$20 gold pieces and one *10 gold piece.
A. Averill of 043 West ItSffhtecnth sir, m
met with a similar experience, being re
peved ol $10 white in front of the Owl HniK
A. T. Lien of 1307 South l.os Angele* I
sheet "as in tt crowd in front ot the Broad- j
way Department -:ok. and It's purse, con |
tain ing 129.30, was stolen. The only per
sons near htm were a crowd of young men,
and one of tin m slipped his hand into I.ten's
trousers pocket and secured the purse be
fore the victim could apprehend the thief.
All of the robberies were report! d to the po
Held for Burglary
Trvin Fatris and Hcnrj Johnson, a couple
of boys, were before Justice Morrison yes
terday to answer to charges of burglary,
Tlu pair were accused of having opened a
lack which was on the hack porch ol the
ii-i.iu.ee ..1 Mi«. Reynolds on Alameda
street atid stealing a shirt and also taking
c P'es, bacon, jell} and biscuits from
her pantry. The Karris bo j wai dischargee),
bin the oilier was held to answer in the .-urn
Rates for Classified Advertising
Linen—S cents per line for each
Insertion. Notice of Marriage, Birth
er Death—Free. Obituaries, Funeral
Notices and Special Announcements—
IV cents per line.
GEO. A. RALPHS —GOLD BAR FLOUR.
11.10; city flour. 85c; pkg. coffee. 10c! gran
ulated siißar, 17 lbs $1; 4 cans-tomatoes 25c;
t bars German Family soap, 26; 1 Chal
lenge Milk, 15c; 10 lbs com meal. 16c; 5 bars
Geld Medal Borax Soap. 96c; 11 lbs rolled
wheat or IS lbs oats. 25c; 3 cans salmon.
Soc; 1-lb can boef. 10c; S cana Lily Cream,
t6c; 6 boxes sardines. 36c; 6-gal. casollne,
76c; coal ell. 86c; K. C. baking powd»r
20c; lard. 10 lbs 66c; 10 lbs beans 25c
tvl S. Spring St., cor. Sixth. Tel. 61*. tC
ESTHER DYE. THE MAGNETIC HEAL
er, has returned from Honolulu, and
taken rooms at the Hotel Portland, 444U
S. Spring St.; eight years successful heal
ing In Los Angeles; diseases diagnosed
and located without asking questions; a
history of ancient and modern healing
free to all applicants. tf
CALL CITY HACK CO. FOR RUBBER
tIre hacks. Hacks for funerals. $2 to $t
apiece. Stand. 225 S. Spring; tel. mair.
785; res.. 74S Banning St.; tel. red SSI. X.
KIPr, Prop. Sun-tf
WE RENT. REPAIR, TUNE. MOVE,
store, exchange, buy. sell pianos; agents
best makes. A. O. Gardner Piano House,
118 Winston st. 'Phone, Brown 1225. lmo
I. A. STEAM CARPET CLEANING CO.
will clean and lay all kinds of carpets nt
4o per yard; all work guaranteed. 32* E.
SECOND ST. Tel. Main 74. tf
GENTS' SUITS I'HV CLEANED, 11.60;
pants, 50c.; ladles' skirts dry cleaned.
BOSTON DYE WORKS, 25H New High
St., near Temple. tf
WALL PAPER—i CTS.—WE DON'T
handle the lowest grade* of paper. 704
-706-70S S. Sprig net. Tel. Red 1753. 13
DR. R. F. CLARK. KIDNEY DISEASES
and diseases of women; Byrne block.
Third and Broadway. tl
MEN'S SOLES 35C; LADIES' SOC; TO FAY
more Is waste of money. 406 S. Spring, tf
FOR WINDOW SHADES GO TO THE
factory, 222 W. «th. Prices the lowest, tt
FOR SALE—SISO: RESTAURANT AND
delicacy store; good loe-ation and trad-?;
small stock of groceries on hind; all llx
tures for sale: will pay to Investigate.
Address H.. box 81, Herald, 14
■ ~* i
\ Knit BALE MEAT MAIIKKT: KM P I.OV
:tufts; ilsii. yysitre and pvtdtt-y k-p: at j
tnsrket; ImW rtut; at a birgsUn. Address
H., box it. Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE-STOCK DRY GOODS,
shoes, men's furnishings: good :own.
Southern California: $4500; take half r»al
estate, San Diego preferred. Address F.,
box 19. Herald. 13
FOR SALE-BAKERY". CONFECTION
ery. soela and ice cream parlor; no rea
sonable offer refused. Address F., box
21, Herald. 13
FOR BALE—S9OO; GOOD FRUIT AND
candy -store; worthy of Investigation;
good proli:s. Address H., box 29. Herald.
FOR SALE—CROCKERY STORE; A
bargain; glassware, holiday goods; every
thing up to date: only one- In placn; good
trade. Address X., box IS, Herald. 13
WANTED-—CLEAN STOCK OF DRUGS
for tract of land. Address L, Box 21
FOR SALE—GOOD DRUG STORE: A
big sacrifice.; doing good business; best of
locations. Address. H., box 24, Herald. 13
LOANING BUSINESS IN SAN .DIEGO:
established 13 years; paying $lu<> month.
ALLEN, room 117. ILMlman block. 13
FOR SALE-WELL LOCATED DRUG
sore; old stand: well established busi
ness. Address H., box 2T, Herald. 34
FOR SALE—GOOD OIL ROUTE; WILL
sell half interest; pays well; e.wner ill: a
snap. Address J.. box 32. Herald. 13
FOR BALE—WELL LOCATED FRUIT
Stand, doing quod business; cheap runt.
Address H., box 25, Herald. 13
FOR SALE—BAKERY, TN LIVE COUN
try town: only one In the place. Address
J., l ux 82, Herald. 13
I HAVE 1590 TO INVEST IN A PAYINO
legitimate business only. Address J.,
box 23, Herald. 13
FOR SALE-STEAM LAUNDRY IN
i city; -nap for -i laundryman. Address J.
box 20, Herald. 13
FOR SALE- ONE-HALF INTEREST IN
good store. Address J„ box 22,
j I SELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS
I I. I>. BARNARD. 112 S Br: ad way.
I FOR BALE—FRUIT STAND: WELL LO
cated. Address H., box 30, Herald. 11
FOR SALE—ONE-CHAIR BARBER
-hop. cheap. ::n3 Commercial st. 18
t - : —: —— —•
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—ON ADAMS OR MAIN ST., TEL
escope. containing ladles' clothes; name
on strap of Miss A. H. Mullen. Return
to A. C. HARPER, it Harper Rey
nold.-', 152 N. Main st. H
LOST—POCKET PURSE CONTAINING
two unendorsed drafts ami money. Re
turn to 344 S. Hill and get reward. 13
LOS ANGELES HERALD. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1898
HUMMEL BROS. & CO..
A str'.c:ly first-class, reliable agency. All
kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
300-302 W. Second St., basement,
California Uank building.
(Office open from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m ,
Teamsters, laborers, rock men, Arizona,
$1.75; fare lc. mile: chore boy, $10 etc.;
ranch hand. $2.1 per month: driver, deliv
ery, $25 etc.: gardener, $25 etc.: private
place, $20 etc.; boy. fruit wagon, $2 etc.
per week: carpenters (trainers), $150 and
board; able seaman, $35 etc.; wood chop
per, $2.50 cord: solicitors; paving-block
makers, 2c each.
MKN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Head waiter. $5(1 etc; cook. $Be:c. week;
steward, $35 etc.; butcher. $35 etc.; man
and wife, cool? and second. $70 etc.; cook.
$35 etc; camp cook, $20 etc.
Houseglrls, Pasadena, country, $25;
Colion, $20; Santa Ana. $15: cook, Pasa
dena, $25; housekeeper, city, $15; house
girls, city, $8 to $25.
LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Restaurant cook. $5: dishwaslv r.
Randsburg, $20; waitress. Arizona. $20;
bookkeeper and stenographer, $40 month;
delicacy store cook, $8. wpek; arm wait
ress, country, $20 and fare.
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.
WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Address H., box 22, Herald.
WANTED—SITUATION BY GARDEN
er. capable of managing large place; ex
perienced: Rood references. Address
JAMES, box li, Herald. 13
WANTED—SITUATION IN BARBER
shop, prefer country town; experienced.
Address BARBER, brx 10, Herald. 13
AN EXPERIENCED HOSTLER AND
coachman wants situation. Address P..
box 41, Herald. 17
(WANTED—SITUATION IN SMALL
family by reliable woman; general house
! work. Address L, Box 2>'.. Herald, 13
! WANTED—SITUATION BY CAPABLE
I woman for general housework. Address
I MRS. X . box Herald. 13
P.l i t iters
WANTED—PARTNER WITH some
capital to In putt::,- up stamp
mill in Arizona mines: have good claim,
ore '.n sight, plenty of water and wood;
this is worthy Investigation. Address
"Mines." Box 5, Herald. 13
WANTED—FINELY IMPROVED COUX
try property for hou«e and lot In Los
Angeles. Address L. Bos 81, Herald
WANTED—SIBOO, $2000. $2100. 8 NET; GOOD
city loans, will improved property. POIX
DEXTER & VY ADS WORTH, SOS Wilcox
WANTED—TO RENT PIANO BY THE
year; give lowest price. Address L,
Box H, Herald. 13
WANTED—A SMALL PONY, NOT
Shetland, for driving In cart; must be
Ken tie and a bargain, Address H., box I
St, Herald. 13
WANTED —TO LEASE CHICKEN
ranch: give location, rent, water supply,
st< ck and 1 iher particulars. Address H.,
box 21, Herald. 13
WANTED-PIANO: WILL GIVE LOT
iv South Pa-ad- na and pay difference in
monthly Installments, Address H. box !
26, Herald. 13
WANTED- A HARD-WOOD CHIFFO
nier; large size; must be cheap and in
good condition. Address H„ box 60 H*r
. »W. 13
WANTED—TO PURCIIAtB BURREY
or phaeton, with harness. Addi 'est 1.
Box 2s, Herald. jj
! WANTED— BRASS BEDSTEAD; GIVE
] price, Address L. Hex 12. Herald, 13
WANTED— A GOOD BAKE; MIST BK
cheap. Address L, Box 27, if era id. y
ADAMS BROS., DENTAL PARLORS,
23?';; S. Spring st.; painless extraction, COo;
fillings; plates from $4; all work guaran
teed; established 12 ve-ars. Hours, 8-5;
Sundays. 10-12. Tel. Black 1273. tf
FRANK STEVENS, S. SPKINO ST.
Open days and evenings, also Sundays;
electric lights. Tel. Green 1393.
lIOCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON
ducted excursions every Tuesday and
Wednesday; low rates, quick time;
union depot, Chicago. Ofllce, 214 South
Spring st. tf
for bale—house on easy in
stallments; $750, $900, $1000.i $1500. 11800.
$2000. We have the best houses In Los
Angeles for the price, and can moke
terms to suit any purchasers. Call and
see our list and terms. POINDEXTER
& WADSWORTH, 308 Wilcox block. IS
FOR SALE—FOR $7 59 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-10-ROO.M RESIDENCE,
well located, on electric car line; finished
In Oregon pine; gas and electric lights;
modern in all respects; for sale by owner
only. Address "Sale." Box 5, Herald
FOR SALE—SSOO - MODERN. AIRY 6
roomed cottage on corner; 2 lots. lawn,
flowers, fruits: cement walk, barn, out
houses; $1000 cash, rest on time. Ad
dress L, Be»x 12. Herald. 15
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL 5-ROOM COT
tage. modern, up to date In all details;
polished floors;, porcelain bath. etc. Ad
dress 11, Box 47. Her«ld. 13
FOR SALE—S7SO: EASY INSTALMENTS.
5-room house. 3 blocks east of Arcade de
pot; street graded a«id sewered. See
owner, 310 Wilcox block. 13
A-1159; 40-FOOT LOT. CEMENT WALK,
curb, shade trees: take Vernon car to
White st. T. WIF.SENDANGER, 427 S.
Broadway. dec 20
FOR BAI.E-S-ROOMEP HOUSE. MOD
fm. Wear Bonnie Brno; a bargain. Ad
dress Owner. Box 12 Herald. 13
WE SELL THE EARTH
BASS ETT & SMITH.
Room 2, Y. M. C. A. building.
City Lots and Lands
FOR SALE — ANGELINO HEIGHTS
lots below anything else in that locality;
a real bargain Address H, Box 39.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—SBOOO ; 30
-acre walnut orchard; good house: large
barn; artesian water: within six miles of
town. M. MACDONALD, S*S Byrne
FOR BALE—IS TO 20 ACRES ALFALFA
! land; must go on a mortgage: a great
j sacrifice. Address H, Box 4t>, Herald
I office. 13
| FOB SALE—MOIST LAND FOR ALFAL
i t'a. In ally amount from ten acres up;'
. «-j terms, it. MACDONALD 80S Byrne
block. X j
FOR SALE-HORSE AND HARNESS;
safe, steady animal: frooel harness. Ad
dress H., box 23, Herald. 13
Hotels and Lodging Houses
FOR BALE—LODGING HOUSE. 40
rooms, furniture new. sroeid loe-atlon.
Address for particulars Jloufe, Box C,
FOR SALE—A BARNES COMBINATION
saw. complete with all attachments; good
as new; price n*w $55; will sell for $2.".
See the machine at 054 S. Spring st. tf
FOR SALE-OLD NEWSPAPERS, BUII
-able for putting under carpets, etc., !n
packages ot 100, for 19 cents. Apply at
Herald business ofllce. tf
FOB SALE—SEVERAL COPPER MINES
and gold mines; list your mines with me
If you wan; to s, 11. M. MACDONALD.
3ofi Byrne block. 13
FOR SALE—LAWN MOWER. WHEEL
barrow arid a lot of garden tools: gooel
out tit. Addres-s L, Box 17. Herald. 13
FOR SALE-PIANO. ('HEAP FOR CASH;
j cover, stool, music- rae-k; all lirst-olaas.
Addresss L. Box lti. Herald. 18
! FOR SALE—A COMPLETE JOB PRlNT
itig plant; will -ake half in real estate.
' Address .).. box 36, Herald. 13
j FOR SALE—GOOD PACKING THI NX.
I two trays, canvas COVST, e-he-ap. Ad
dress L, llox 21, Herald. 13
FOR BALE—GOOD DOUBLE-SEATED
carriage, prime order; almost new. Ad
! dnss L. Box 3n, Hei-uld. 13
I "*~ '
FOR SALE—AT A SACRIFICE. A FINE
Schumacher gold string piano; to be seen
at 72.'. 8. Spring st. 14
FOR BALE—DELICACY STORE; AVER
age sales. $400 per month. Address 3!., box
26, Herald office. 16
FOR SALE LADY'S WHEEL. *:;«. ON
Installments If desired. Address L. Box
• 111, H'lald. It;
FOR SALE—A FINE PAIR OF FAX
tall piijuons. Address L, Box 15, Her
ald office. 13
FOR SALE—LARGE BURGLAR AND
lire-proof safe. Address H, Box 36, Her
ald office. 13
FOR SALE-OLD NEWBPAPERS. 10c.
per hundred. Address Herald office, tf
FOR BALE—CHEAP—LADY'S WHEEL.
Address E. E.. Box 5, Herald. 13
FOR SALE-MANX CAT—A BEAUTY.
Address L. Box 35, Herald. 13
FOR SALE OR TRADE-EIGHT ROW
boats. 1652 Temple st. 16
FOR BALE—A HALF DOZEN FINE
canary birds. Address L, Box 14, Her
ald of nee. ,1S
FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, GENT'S
bicycle, cheap. Address. L, Box 20,
FOR SALE—S3S—WHEEL; A BARGAIN;
payments to suit. Address L, Box 20,
FOR SALE—SB; CANVAS COVERED
trunk. In good order. Address H . box 21,
Herald. ' IS
FOR SALE—A FAIR OF FINE FOX
torrlers; beauties. Address L, Box 18,
FOR SALE—ENGLISH MASTIFF; FINE
watch dog. Address L. Box 13, Herald
FOR SALE—CHEAP; THOROUGHBRED
fox terrier pups. Address J., box 38, Her
ald. -\ 13
FOR RENT—7-ROOM FLAT ON FIRST
St., between Olive and tjranel live.; rea
sonable rent. Call No. 512. 14
FOR RENT—A FINE FURNISHED 9
room house. At. room (!, 232 N. Main st.
TO LET — FURNISHED, HANDSOME
house, 10 rooms, gas. electricity, furnace;
baths, linen, silver, china; good neigh
borhood, large grounds. Address Home,
Box 7. Herald. 13
WANTED—ON CHOICE CITY PROP
erty. $3000 at 7 per cent. Address H,
Box 51, Herald. 13
WANTED- FIFTY GENTLEMEN TO OC
cupy comfortably furnished rooms at
moderate prices; electricity, gas, free
baths, office, daily papers, parlors-. THE
GLEXMORE, 131H S. Broadway. 13
TO LET-PRETTY. BUNNY ALCOVE
room In private house; suitable for two
gentlemen; modern houst: every con-
Vmlenee. Address; 11, Box 4"., Herald
I office. i|
I FOR RENT PI'ANISHMD ROOMS;
pr;.-es re-aspliable: «.... | .lav board flit
ui-h-M by .W". York; 3l meals,tlstl, THE
ELLIS, 3t,i N. Broadway. 14
for rent-sunny rooms. $i week
and up. 2oc night; also housekeeping Sit
S. Spring 4
FOR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. $7. e>o9 E. Second St. 15
MONEY TO LOAN
TO LOAN - MONEY. IN LARGE OR
•mall 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
•11 good collateral; partial payment* re
ceived: money quick: private office for
ladies. O. M. JONES, rooms 12-11. 254 S.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches. Jewelry, planes, sealskins, car
riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts and
all kinds of collateral security; storage
free In our warehouse. LEE BROS.. 40J
S Spring at tf
MONEY LOANED AT NET INTEREST
rates from 4V4 to 8 per cent per annum,
according to character and sire of loans.
EDWARD D. SILENT & CO., 212 W. 2d.
TO LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON
real estate cecurity. I have It In any
amount. $5003 to $50,000. Nt 6 percent. WM.
F. BOSBYSHELL, 197 S. Broadway.
POINDEXTER & WADS WORTH, ROOM
308 Wilcox bUlldlaS, bod money on any
good real estate; building loans made; If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. If
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
real estate; Interest decreases as you pay
STATE MUTUAL BUILDING AND
LOAN ASS N. 11l S. Broadway. 6-20-tf
$500,009 TO LOAN AT 3 TO 7 PER CENT
I net, on choice city residence or business
property. F. Q. STORY. 303 Hcnne block,
122 W. Third st. tf
MONEY TO LOAN-$2OO TO $95,000, ON
' oity and country real estate. LEE A. Mc-
CONN ELL & CO., 145 8. Broadway,
Frost building. tf
!TO LOAN-5 TO 8 PER CENT MONEY.
BRADSHAW BROS., room 202 Bradbury
PERSONALIA RESPECTABLE, INDUS
iriroi- young man. 86, desires the ac
quaintance of lady with some means or
business; object, matrimony. Address p.,
| box 38, Herald. 14
.MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED
from 819 B. Grand aye. to CIS 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.
88. Philadelphia, Pa. tf
LOS ANGELES MATRIMONIAL Bu
reau, 121 Temple St., rooms 8 and 9. 12-28
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LUCIEN EARLE, COMMERCIAL. FRO
bate and corporation law. Suite, 420 Bui
lard building. Api 99
FOR EXCHANGE—GROCERY STORE,
stock, fixtures, dwelling rooms. Urge cor
ner lot, near high school: good well, large
tajik hou«e and tank; large barn, fruit
trees: property worth tsuOO; will ex
change for alfalfa ranch within eight
miles of city; ranch must have house,
barn, and plenty of water. Address full
particular, to S. D. CHUBB, Hotel Cata
FOR EXCHANGE—HOUSE AND LEASE
on 6 acres of land In country town, near
railroad; Jersey cow, phaeton, incubator,
chickens, etc.; want to trade for property §
near Seattle, Ollula or Belfast, Wash.;
am willing to assume n little If satisfied. '
Address EXCHANGE, box 4, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—2S-ACRE RANCH, :
highly Cultivated! water rights; lartre
house, burn wire fences, chicken house,
etc.; will trade for vacant lots and house
in southwest part of city and some cash.
Address L. Box 7. Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—BIACRB RANCH
near Troplco; bearing fruit trees, 7
roomed house; outbuildings: water in .
abundance, shade trees, hedges, flowers;
will trade for PasAdHßs) home. Address
11, Box 49, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—RANCH NEAR BA
konsfteld of about 20 acres, half in alfal
fa; orchard of ussorted fruits; house-,
farm buildings, abundant water; want •
property in lxis Angeles. Address 11,
Box 48. Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—A BLOCK OF 9
lots In suburb of Chicago; near btiMness
avenue; slde.walked. Shade trees; will ex
change for 20-acre runteh In fruit near
San Diego. AddretsHs L, Box S, Herald 1
FOR SALE—GOVERNMENT CI.AIM—
160 acres), 25 cultivated, small house, barn,
chicken house, etc.; fruit trees, etc.;
price $400. AddretiS L, Box 11, 11 era Id
FOR EXCHANGE—IN RESIDENCE
part of the city. 9-roomed hous-e. $2000
mortgage; want small place further out-
Address L, Box 3, Herald. 14
FOR EXCHANGE—NICE PLACE, 4
acres In bearing fruit; a good foothill
ranch, clear, for city property. Address
L, Box 2, Herald. 11
FOR EXCHANGE — RANCH OF 31
•teres part In hearing fruits; would trade
for stock of groceries. Address L, Box
4, Herald office. 14
FOR EXCHANGE—BRICK BLOCK ON
Downey avenue; will trade for country
property. Address L, Box 5, Herald
FOR EXCHANGE—SAN DIEGO LOTS
and country property for Los Angeleis
homo. Address 1., Box 32. Herald. 13
V» VNTBD CVTT HOl'Sfc! ami (,4>T,|
for t-ra.-h: *!-*!' euitiXAted in heating i
lru.i. Address: I. Box i 2. Herald. IS
FOR EXCHANGE—IMPROVED PLACE
on the ICast sidn for good coutmry pi-op
erty. Address L, Box S. Herald. 14
FOR EXCHANGE—FINELY IMPROVED
ranch near the city, for eastern property.
Address J., box 38, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD MONROVIA
property for Lo* Angeles real estate. Ad
dress 11., box 28. Herald. 14
FOR EXCHANGE —HUNDREDS OP
properties. BEN WHITE, 235 W. First.
Hotels and Lodging Houses
FOR EXCHANGE—CENTRALLY Lo
cated rooming house; a bargain. Address
J., box 37, Herald. 13
FOR SALE—6O FEET OF 6 FOOT 2 INCH
mesh wire fencing, cheap. Address H..
box 26, Herald. 13
FOR EXCHANGE—DIAMOND RING
for ladies' wheel. 2U6 S. Main. 13
REMOVED-MRS. PARKER. MEDIUM
and Palmist: life reading; business spec
ulations, mineral locations, removals,
lawsuits, travels, marriages, children,
dispositions and capabilities: all affairs
of life. 418'/i. S. Spring St., room 10. Fees,
60 cents and (1.
9IME. LEO, MEDIUM AND CARD
reader, tells past, present and future,
brings the separated together, causes
speedy marriage; nil those in trouble over
business, lovo and family affairs should
see her. Cottage 655 S. Spring st, tf
SIRS. WALKER! CLAIRVOYANT AND
life business reading medium; all busi
ness affairs of life looked into for the ad
vancement of your future. 316% S. Spring
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, INDEPEN
dent slate-writing medium and clairvoy
ant psychic, 330Vj S. Spring St.; hours,
10 to 4. tf
SIRS. KATE HOSKINS, TRANCE ME
dlum; sittings dally; eve by appointment;
! circle Tues, eve, 25c; 321' S. Spring st
MRS. L. S. HH'KSON. HEADINGS:
"Gypsy Queen" circle" Sunday and Fri
day evenings, 25c. 3L'S \V. Third. 1-8
ELLA M. WHITE, 122 S. OLIVE ST.,
well known Psychometric and Clairvoy
ant Medium. 12-24
AGNES H. PLEASANCE. TRANCE ME
dlusn; sittings dally. 3SSV& 8. Spring st.
PROF. GEE, READINGS $1. 828V4 S. Spring
MINING AND ASSAYING
LOS ANGELES ASSAY OFFICE: C. C.
DEAN, manager. 149 Nt Main st. Expe
rience and accuracy. Bedrock prices.
Samples by mall promptly attended to. 13
THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE
and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main sL
R. A. PEREZ, E. M., manager. 12-4-tf
WOODBURY-B BUSINESS COLLEGE,
224 8. Sprint it, Los Angeles; ths oldest,
largest and most elegantly equipped
commercial school In Southern Califor
nia; hundred* of successful graduates la
banking and business houses; In ssesloa
•11 th* 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
progressiva school; large faculty of ex
pert teachers; rates of tuition reasonable.
Call or writ* for catalogue.
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGER
211 W. Third St.; oldest, largest, bsat; day
and evening sessions; terms rea.sna.bls;
catalogue free. tf
WANTED—A TEACHER IN SPANISH,
by a gentleman. Answer with price, and
address P., box 19, Herald. 13
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LUDWIO & MATTHEWS, WHOLESALE
and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT
MARKET. 135 8. Main si. Tel. 860 tf
MRS. L. SCHMIDT-EDDY, ELECTRIC,
hot-air, hydropathic and massage treat
ment. Rooms 806-801, 226 S. Spring. tf
DR. UNGER CURES CANCERS AND
tumors; no knife or pain. 107 HN. Mala
MISS DORA FRANCIS, CABINET
baths and massage. 313 W. Fourth St.,
room 12, between Uroadway and Hill.
GRACE ROBINSON, VAPOR BATHS,
419 V. S. Main street, Room 14. 20
WANTED—BY A COMPETENT SEAM*
stress, few more engagements; do till
kinds of family sewing; repair dressos,
coats and capes, TCe par day until a fees,
the holidays. 322 W. Fourth st. 13
THE THOUGHTFUL BUYERS WHO
understand diamonds are Invited to In
spect my assortment. W.J. GETZ., Jew
eler, 326 S. Broadway.
A—IOC WORTH OF MAGAZINES DB>
llversd st house for 80c. Bee Jonas' Boos)
Store. 226 W. First at
Supplies for the State Hospitals,
Commencing anuary 1, 1890, and
Ending June 30, 1899.
OFFICE OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE
COMMISSION IN LUNACY,
Sacramento, Nov. 16, i*9t
Nonce Is heretlj given that s*»-ifrt pm
, pomls will be recelv.4) in. Stale Ho»-
IpMatS, located neat sUocktou, Xaps. Ag.
a*ws, ITkiaa and San Hi > naitlino up te.
J.jo p. in., December ID, Js9», rot luriiiahing
to each of said bospiluls furniture and
household goods, provisions, fuel, forage,
drugs, clothing and materials for clothing,
'and other materials for each of said hos
pitals for the six mouths ending Juno 30,
Blank schedules for bids on supplies
needed, and Instructions to bidders may be
obtained by applying to the hospitals above
named or to this commission. The several
Boards of Managers reserve tho right to
reject any and all bids.
By order of the State Commission In Lu
nacy. JOHN F. CARRE RE.
12-15 Secretary, Sacramento, Cat.
LINES OF TRAVEL
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
|_ The company's elegant
ma steamers SANTA ROSA
r_l_Bßßß_ ar;d CORONA leave HE-
IsbbbVCbbbbV DON DO at 11 a. m. and
■ PORT LOS ANGELES SI
IWIIW 2 P m f«t San Fran-
QgfOU cisco via Santa Barbara
and Por: r.l Dec.
s, i». 17, 21. 25. 29 J*n.
2 6 10 14 18 22. 26. 3t>, Feti. 3 sndt every
fourth day thereafter. Leav.PORT L.09
ANGELES at 6 a. m. and REDONDO aS
10 a. m. for San Diego Dec. 3, 7. H, 15 19. 2s.
37. 31. Jan. 4. 8. 12, 16 20. 24. St. Feb. i.
and every fourth day thereafter.
Cars connect via Redondo leave Santa F*
depot at »:5o a. m.. or from Redondoi Ry.
depot at 9:30 a. m. Cars connect via Port Loa
Angeles leave S. P. R. R. depot at 1:35 p. in.
for steamers north bound. .__._.„.
The steamers COOS BAY and ORIZABA
leave SAN PEDRO and EAST SAN PE
DRO for San Francisco via Ventura, Car
nlnteria, Santa Barbara, Gavlota. Port
Harford. Cayucos, San Simeon. Monterey;
and Santa Crus at bTsO p. m. Dec 2. 6.10.14.
IV 22 26 30. Jan. 3. 7. 11. 15. 19, 23. 27. 31, Feb.
4 'and every fourth day thereafter.
Cars connect with steamers y a San Pedro
leave 3. P. R. R- (Arcade deoot) at »:03 p. m,
and Terminal Railway depot at 5:2., p. m.
For further Information obtain folder.
The company reserves right to change,
without previous notice, steamers, sailing;
date, eaif hour, of •Jf«np ARMBi A , t>
124 W. Second St., Los Angeles.
GOODALL. PERKINS & CO.. gtg fc
H LOS ANGELES F
-1 RAILWAY CO- \-
TlMfc CAK-D IN KFFISUT NOV. 21,169*.
From Lo. Angels, to n«pi.rt
_, . t tt7:osam *s:2t>arßl
(jlsndsl*. Troplco >clo:3«am cll:4oa«a
and Verdugo fark ((j 6 ._opn d6:Bsput
Mountl ' OWO V dl:*sm d6lU.ni
E.u rcdro, dl:3* pa d«: 16 pat
Long Beach, . g| :26 pm d6:oJpia
Aiainitoaand .11:80 pm »7:47pna
•l«rmln.l Island \ c 7:47 fm
18:40 am c7:47pm
C.tallns laland a 3:0o pm
dually. cSund.y. «Kx. Sunday. .Saturday
' Boyie rl H«isl>'". Downsy avenue atr.st oaf
linea pais terminal itationa.
Ciiy lickel oHlcc, 214 south Spring stresL
I OB ANGELES AND REDONDO RAIL
Loa Angeles depot: Cor. Grand aye. and)
Jefferson street. Goes Into effect No. 6th,
Los Angeles Redondo
for Redondo: for Los Angeles
9:30 a. m., dally 8:00 a. m., dally i
1:80 p. m.dally 11:00 a. m„ dally j
4:30 p. m., daily 3:15 p. m., dally
11:80 p. m., Sat. only 6:30 p. m , Sat. eniy
Take Grand aye. electric cars or Mala
St. and Agricultural Park cars.
L. J. PERRY, Superintendent.
New York Specialists
The only physicians in the city that are grsd-J
uates of fisst class medical colleges
and have diplomas legally reals'
tered who treat diseases of men only*
Cures guaranteed. 2S yrs. experience,
?30H S. Mala St., Los Angels*
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