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The Herald.
Rates for Classified Advertising
Liners—S cents per line for eacl
Insertion. Notice of Marriage, Btrtl
or Death—Free. Obituaries, Funera
Notices and Special Announcements
jo cents per line.
SPECIAL NOTICES
CEO. A. RALPHS—GOLD BAR FLOUR
J1.10; city flour, 86c; pks coffee, 10c; gran
ulated sugar, IS lbs $1; 4 cans tomatoes 25c
8 bars German Family soap, 25c; 2 Chal
lengcMUk, 15c; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c; 5 ban
Gold Medal Borax soap, 26c; 11 lbs roliec
wheat or 8 lbs oats. 25c; 3 cans salmon
25e; 1 1-lb can beef, 10c; 3 cans Lily Cream
25c; 6 boxes sardines, 26c; S-gal gasoline
75c; coal oil, 65c; K. C. baking powder
20c; lard. 10 lbs 55c; 10 lbs beans, 25c
601 S. Springs*., cot. Sixth. Tel. 516. tf
WE RENT, REPAIR, TUNE, MOVE
store, exchange, buy, sell pianos; ugentt
best makes. A. G. Gardner Piano House
118 Winston st. 'Phone brown 1225. 1-1
it. A. STEAM CARrET CLEANING CO
will clean and lay all kinds of carpets a
4c per yard; all workguaranteed. 329 E
SECOND ST. Tel. main 74. tf
GENTS' SUITS DRY CLEANED, U. 50
pants. Sue; ladies' skirts dry cleaned'
BOSTON DYE WORKS, 256 New Hlgt
St., near Temple. tf
DR. R. F. CLARK. KIDNEY DISEASES
and diseases of women. Byrne block,
Third and Broadway. ;f
MEN'S SOLES. 35c; LADIES', 30c: TO PAY
more is waste of money. 405 S. Spring, tl
FOR WINDOW SHADES GO TO THE
factory, 222 W. Cth. Prices the lowest, tf
WANTED
Hale Help
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.,
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS
A strictly first-class, reliable agency. Al)
kinds of help promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
300-302 W. Second s:.. basement,
California Hank building.
Telephone 509.
(Oillce open from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m ,
except Sunday.)
WANTED—WIDE-AWAKE MAN TO
work on commission with lire insurance
company. Address 8., box 55. Herald. 19
WANTED—THE OPERA RESTAURANT,
117 S. Main St., serves the best 10 cent
meal in the city; open day and night, tf
Female Help
WANTED—IN EXCHANGE FOR ROOM
and board, assistance in light house
work: small family. Address 8., box 53,
Herald. 19
WANTED—COMPETENT WOMAN FOR
general housework. Address 8., box 32,
Herald. 19
Male and Female Help
WANTED—ORGANIZERS FOR FlRST
class fraternal lnsurar.ee order, ensy
work, good pay, and prospects. Call or
address J. B. HEARTWELL. 024 Laugr.
lin Building, City. 24
Situations—Mais
WANTED-BY MAN FROM THE EAST,
situation as coachman and unrderer in
small private place; has had lor.g experi
ence: understands horses; good refer
ences. Address 8., box 38, Herald. 19
WANTED—SITUATION BY RELIABLE
man as janitor in church, hall or block;
has references. Address JANITOR, box
19, Herald. IS
WANTED—SITUATION BY EXPERl
enccd man. with flro insurance firm; will
•work on commission. Address A. A., box
34, Herald. 19
WANTED — SITUATION AS ROOK
keeper; experienced bank accountant;
best of references. Address H., box 52,
Herald. 19
WANTED-POSITIOX IN AN OFFICE,
collecting or clerking; best nf references!
Address A. A., box 33, Herald. 19
WANTED-RY RELIABLE MAN, SlTU
atlon as janitor In office store or hall.
Address H., box 51, Herald. 19
WANTED—BOOKKEEPING OR WRlT
ing, evenings, by PXpeiienoed accountant.
Address 8., box 51, Herald. 19
WANTED-YOUTH OF 17 WANTS
work In country for beard. Addre«
BOARD, box 7, Herald. 19
W ANTED—SITUATION HY YOUNG
man as attendant to Invalid. Address 8.,
box 57, Herald. 19
WANTED—SITUATION BY YOUNG
Englishman; understands bookkeeping
and' accounts; has best of references;
would like position as cb rk In mercan
tile house. Address 8., box 36, Herald. 20
Situations—Female
WANTED—SITUATION, BY A MIDDLE
aged woman, with invalid or family go
ing east; accustomed to traveling, oheer
ful, iv good hearth; enn be useful in many
ways; ask only traveling expenses to
Chicago; have good references. Address
TRAVEL, box 19, Herald. 20
WANTED—SITUATION AS STENOG
rapher and typewriter, by young woman,
with good references. Address A. A
box 35, Herald. 19 '
WANTED-POSITION AS TYPEWRIT
er and stenographer, by young woman In
oftice. Address 11., box 56, Herald. 19
WANTED
Situations—Female
WANTED—BY RELIABLE COLORED
woman, work by the day; strong, able,
neat; can wash, Iron, bake, clean; Is fond
of children; can be trusted by cmployet
with little ones. Address WORK, box
27, Herald. 19
WANTED — SITUATION BY COSIPK
tent woman; Is pood cook, seamstress
and understands thoroughly genera
housework. Address WORK, box 2
Herald. 20
WANTED—SITUATION AS GOVERN
ess by young English woman: well edu
cated ;understand* music: good refer
ences. Address GOVERNESS, box 8,
Herald. 19
WANTED—SITUATION AS HOUSE
keeper in small family, by competent
woman; no objection to children. Ad
dress A. A., box 37, Herald. 19
WANTED—BY YOUNG WOMAN IN
school, pleasant home, where assistance
may be given for room and board. Ad
dress 8., box 54, Herald. 19
WANTED—SITUATION BY MIDDLE
agr-d woman; general housework, conn
try place preferred. Address 8., box 33,
Herald. 19
WANTED—SITUATION BY COMPE
tent girl; neneral housework; state wages.
Address 8., box 31, Herald. 19
WANTED—RY WIDOW, FARE EAST
for care of children or sick person. Ad
dress 8., box 9, Herald. 20
WANTED—WORK BY THE DAY I3Y
competent mlddlc-atted woman. Address
A. A., box 36, Herald. 19
W*ANTED—SITUATION AS OHAMRER
maId in rooming house. Address 8.. box
52, Herald. jg
Money
WANTED—S2OOO, s PER CENT NET;
first class- country loan. Address MON
EY, box C, Herald. 20
WANTED-JIOOO ON 20 ACRES BEAR
ing fruit; no brokers. Address 1' box
11, Herald.
WANTED—SISOO ON IMPROVED CITY
property; 8 per cent. Address 8., box 45,
Herald. 20
WANTED—SIOOO; GOOD GILT-EDGED
security. Address LOAN, box 5, Herald.
19
WANTED-ssotVi, ON CHOICE CLOSB
in property. Address 8., box 47, Herald.
20
WANTED—TO LOAN $200 ON GOOD SE
curlty. Address C. box 6, Herald. 21
To Rent
WANTED—BY A WIDOW OF MEANS,
a suite of two rooms in house on hill,
with good mountain view and ample
grounds; rooms must have east and south
s-un all day; Are, gas, bath, verandah,
and be on second floor; will tak-> dinner
with family. Address, with location and
price. Unless these details are given no
attention will be paid to reply. Address
WIDOW, box 13, Herald. 20
FOR RENT-$73. FURNISHED HOUSE
of 12 rooms; furnace heat; electric light;
good barn; all modern conveniences;
house recently built and in excellent con
dition; owner going eest. Address C.
box 12, Herald. 20
FOR RENT—IN PASADENA, COTTAGE
home, suitable for small family, fur
nished complete: two miles from business
center; near electric car line. Address
C, box 13, Herald. 20
WANTED—TO LEASE 25 ACRES OF
unimproved land, close to city; must have
abundant water supply and be fenced.
Address ACRES, bos; 19, Herald. 2o
WANTED—TO LEASE GOOD DRUG
store; give location, terms of lease, etc.
Address 8., box 29, Herald. 21
WANTED—TO LEASE SMALL CHICK
en ranch with house nnd stock. Address
P.., box 19, Herald. 20
To Purchase
WANTED—SMALL RETAIL FRUIT
business: a great bargain. Address 8.,
box 51. nerald. 20
Live Stock
WANTED—TEAM OK MULES; MUST
be Kood weight and strong: give price and
state where they may be seen. AdtlresF
I!., box 14, Herald. 20
Houses
WANTED— BY RESPI iNSIBLE PARTY,
i\ nicely furnished house, desirable loca
tion: permanent tenant: references if de
sired. Address C, box 14. Herald. 20
Partners
WANTED—SILENT PARTNER; MUST
have from $3000 to $5000 to invest in we' 1 ,
established business; will guarante-igood
profits, Address PROFIT c, box 3
Herald. 20
Miscellaneous
WANTED—BY A BUSINESS WOMAN,
desk roum In an office, where engage
ments may be made mornings of each
day; is bundling considerable property;
wunt central location; prefer a block on
second lloor. Address CENTRAL, box
7, Herald. ' jj
WANTED-TO PURCHASE SALOON
have cash. Address p., box CO, Herald. 20
WANTED—CENTRALLY LOCATED SA
loon. Address CASH, box 12, Herald. 20
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1898
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED—STOCK OF CHICKENS;
also incubator nnd brooder; state where
they may be seen, amount of stock, price
etc. Address 8., box 17, Herald. SO
WANTED—CHILD TO BOARD. BY
middle-aged widow; will give good care.
Address 8.. box 21, Herald. 20
FOR SALE
Houses
FOR SALE—GOOD 4-ROOM COTTAGE,
barn. fruits and flowers, southwest,
worth $1000; must sell. $650. Ij»rge lot,
3-room cottage, near Maple and rico
streets, half price. $.">J>O. with many others.
House and lots SISO up. EDWARD
ERASER. 10S South Broadway.
FOR SALE—FOR $7.50 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. Firs: St. tf
FOR SALE—
—OREAT BARGAINS—
House ard lot close In. $500. One at
SSSO, Inquire 337>2 Allso, upstairs. 18-19
FOR BALE—SI2OO; NEW 5-ROOM OOT
tage, large lo;. line fruit and shade trees;
sidewalk, graded street, lawn; a bargain.
Addrt.ss 8.. box 40, Herald. 20
FOR SALE—COTTAGE. MODERN, SIX
rooms, good lot; small mortgage; want
good ranch or small business In town.
Address 8., box 11, Herald. 20
FOR SALE—ONE OF THE COZIEST,
nicest private residences fronting West
lake park for sale cheap. Address P..
box 23. Herald. 20
A—slso; 40-FOOT LOT. CEMENT WALK,
curb, shade trees; take Vernon car to
White st. T. WIESENDANGER, 427 S.
Broadway. dec 20
WE SELL THE EARTH—
BASSETT St SMITH.
Room 2, Y. M. C. A. building..
City Lots and Lands
FOR BADE—I6SO CASH RI'YS A LOT
worth $1000. See It. Corner of 21th and
Thornton streets; must sell.
7,""i for a lot and small house on Towne
avenue; close in. F. O. CASS.
112 South Broadway.
Country Property
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—2O ACRES
fruit land ln Redlands; fine hearing or
chard; income property; house and
other buildings: clear; will trade for un
incumbered city home. tVddress 8., box
44, Herald. 21
FOR SALE—S4OOO; HANDSOME S-ROOM
residence, thoroughly modern; white pine
finish; furnace, gas. electricity; complete
in every detail. No agent. Address
OWNER, box 35. Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE—StSOO; 160 ACRES,
eulttvated; water right; buildings; near
elecirle line: bargain. Address EX
CHANGE, box 19, Herald. 21
FOR SALE—SIOOO; S5OO CASH; 5 ACRES
near Crescents, In fruit; water right:
good house and other Improvements. Ad
dress C, box 26, Herald. 20
FOR SALE — GOVERNMENT LANDS,
with water for Irrigation located. For
further Information, address L. C.
Tllghman, Llano, Cal. 21
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—IO ACRES
ln orchard not far from Palms; housa
and other Improvements. Address C,
box 22, Herald. 20
FOR SALE—FINE LITTLE FOOT-HILL
ranch of 20 acres, near tbe city; a great
bargain. Address 8., box 39, Herald. 21
Live Stock
FOR SALE—NICE. YOUNG DRIVING
horse, gentle, city broke; also Concord
buggy. Call afternoons. 2200 Central
avenue. 23
FOR SALE—SI 2 CASH; COW; GOOD
milker; will be fresh In spring. Address
8., box 4*. Herald. 20
FOR SALE — #0. TEAM OF HOUSES,
sound, ln good condition. Address 8.,
box 2. Herald. 20
FOR SALE—TEAM OF BOUND HORSES,
strong wugon, harness. Address 8., box
4. Herald. 20
FOR BALE—SAFE TEAM AND GOOD
wagon. A bargain. Address 8., box 5,
Herald. 18
FOR SALE—GOOD HORSE; STYLISH,
safe: very cheap. Address 8., box 49,
Herald. 2o
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-OLD NEWSPAPERS. ST7lT
able for putting under carpets, etc.. in
packages of 100, for 10 cents. Apply at
Herald business office. tf
FOR SALE — FIRST-CLASS PIANO,
will take good real estate; must be cleur
nnd of full value of instrument. Address
ii., box 10, Herald. 20
FOR SALE!—NICE CANOPY TOP I'll A E
ton, in best of condition) but little used;
cheap. Address 8., box 27, Herald. 20
FOR SALE—PAIR VALUABLE DlA
mond ear-rings; very beautiful; a sacri
fice. Address C„ box 5, Herald. 20
FOR SALE—SI 6. INCI'P.ATOR AND
brooder; good condition. Address 8., box
15, Herald. ]o
FOR BALE—A FOX TERRIER: THOR
oughbred; a beauty. Address 8., box 41,
Herald. 21
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—CHEAP: PATENT FOR
useful kitchen utensil. 390 S. Los Ange
les st. S3
FOR SALE —OLD NEWSPAPERS. 10c.
per hundred. Address Herald office, tf
FOR SALE—SIO. SADDLE, ALMOST
new. Address 8., box 8, Herald. 20
FOR SALE—GOOD OFFICE DESK. AD
dress 8., box 28, Herald. 19
FOB EXCHANGE
Real Estate
FOR EXCHANGE—7S ACRES OF LAND
near the city, with small morigage; will
trade for lodging house. If well rented
and will benr satisfactory Investigation;
give location, number of rooms, value of
furniture, and number of roomers; un
less these particulars are given no atten
tion will be paid to reply. Address
LODGER, box 10, Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE-160 ACRES, UNlM
proved property, near Fairmount; want
good house, rentable. In Los Angeles.
Address C« box 21, Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE — GOOD LAND,
well located, clear; want small business.
May trade even; have no cash. Address
8., box 7, Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE—RESIDENCE AND
business properties in Chicago, clear, de
sirable, for Los Angeles or country real
estate. Address C, box 18, Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE — COTTAGE ON
Boyle Heights for lot near Flgueroa St.,
between Sixth and Adams. Address C,
box 16, Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE—LOTS IN MONRO
via, on good street, sidewalked; want
vacant lot in Los Angeles. Address C,
box 24, Herald. 2U
FOR EXCHANGE—S2OOO; 160 ACRES IN
Riverside county; want business, well es
tablished, In city. Address C, box 19,
Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE—OAKLAND COT
tage. on graded street; want country
home In the south. Add.ress C, box 20,
Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE—NICE HOME NEAR
Glendora: 10 acres ln assorted fruits;
place well Improved. Address C. box 25,
Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE-STORE BUILDING
in the city for good country property;
must be clear. Address 8., box 10, Her
ald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE-WELL LOCATED
property In Omaha; want Los Angeles
real estate. Address C, box 27, Herald.
20
FOR EXCHANGE—NICE LITTLE FOOT
hlll ranch of four acres, clear, for city
property. Address C. box 2S, Herald. 28
FOR EXCHANGE—I6O ACRES OF TlM
ber .land in the north; want good stock
of drugs. Address 8., box 22, Herald. 21
FOR EXCHANGE-20-ROOM LODGING
house; want small house and lot ln the
city. Address C, box 29, Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE—IMPROVED FIVE
acres near Altadena; want house in town.
Address C, box 17, Herald. 20
FOR EXCHANGE - HUNDREDS OF
properiles. BEN WHITE, 235 W. First.
tf
Miscellaneous
FOR EXCHANGE—LESSONS GIVEN
: In stenography in exchange for lessons
In voice culture. Address E. R. H., box
7, Herald.
FOR EXCHANGE—VIOLIN, FINE IN
! strument; want bicycle. Address v.,
| box 12, Herald. 20
1 FOR EXCHANGE — FINE OLD VIOLIN,
! want a sood, standard wheel. Address
R., box 20. Herald. 20
j FOR EXCHANGE-VIOLIN; WANT LA
, dy's wheel. Address B. f box 21, Herald. 20
LOST AMD FOUND
»«■ . —'
LOST — RED GREYHOUND; HAD ON
greyhound colar and blanket, marked
"M." Suitable reward If returned to F.
D. BLACK, manager Agricultural park.
19
LOST—ON FRIDAY EVENING AT fiTH
Street Park, a black feather boa, very
handsome; long sutln tics. If the finder
will leave the article at this office he will
receive liberal reward. 20
LOST—SATURDAY EVENING. ON TEM
ple street, small silver watch, double
chain with ball pendants. Finder leave
the same at 211 North Olive street. Re
ward. 20
DENTISTS
ADAMS BROS., DENTAL PARLORS,
239% S. Spring st.; painless extraction, 50c;
lilllngs; plates from $4; all work guaran
teed; established 12 years. Hours, 8-5;
Sundays, 10-12. Tel. black 1273. tf
FRANK STEVENS, 324% S. SPRING ST.
Open days and evenings; also Sunday.-: 1 ;
electric lights. Tel. green 1393.
EXCURSIONS
ROCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON
ducted excursions every Tuesday and
Wednesday; low rates', quick time;
Union depot, Chicago. Office, 214 South
Spring St. tf
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LUDWIO & MATTHEWS. WHOLESALE
and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT
M9AKET, 135 S. Main st. Tel. 650. tf
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE—MEAT MARKET; NICE
location; employ several men; two wag
ons; all fixtures for sale; other business
In connection with store; a real good op
portunity for a man with capital. Ad
dress H.. box 26, Herald. 21
FOR SALE—NICE LITTLE GROCERY;
living rooms attached; good business;
stock and fixtures cheap; cash trade;
could be easily managed by a woman; a
bargain. Address 8., box 26, Herald. 21
FOR SALE—GOOD MILLINERY STORE;
will sell for half cost; new stofk; new
fixtures; good trade; am obliged to go
east; must sacrifice business. Address
MILLINER, box 37, Herald. 21
FOR SALE—ONE-HALF INTEREST IN
well established drug business; hand
some store; tine tlxtures; good trade; too
much for»one man. Address DRUG
GIST, box 17, Herald. 21
FOR SALE—IN COUNTRY TOWN, ONE
half Interest In good-paying business;
first-class place, fine tlxtures. Business
large enough for two. Address 8., box
18, Herald. 20
FOR SALE—S3OO, HALF INTEREST IN
a thriving business; good profits; a cn
pable and active man can secure a snap
by Investigating. Address C, box 8,
Herald. 20
FOR SALE-NICE LITTLE GROCERY
store, with living rooms in rear; stock
and fixtures cheap; on good street; Irade
established. Address H., box 44, Her
ald. 19
WANTED—TO PURCHASE SALOON,
centrally located; give particulars of
stock, fixtures, cash price, etc. Address
BUSINESS, box 6, Herald. 20
FOR SALE—S2OO WILL RUY A NICE
little business, close In; low rent; a really
fine opportunity to make money. Ad
dress C, box 10, Herald. 21
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—HALF IN
teresit ln printing and publishing busi
ness in country town; good thing. A
dress B„ box 13, Herald. 20
FOR SALE— $3900: WELL ESTABLISH
ed mercantile business, loading store In
outside town; good trade. Address H..
box 6, Herald. 20
FOR SALE—SIOOO. FRUIT AND CANDY
store, well located, moderate rent; will
pay you to Investigate. Address 1)., box
3. Herald. 2U
FOR SALE—S9OO; DRUG STORE; GOOD
location; paying; have other Interests
needing attention. Address 8., box 30,
Herald. 21
FOR SALE—SMALL PHOTOGRAPH
gallery; handsome fixtures: good loca
tion; a snap. Address C, box 7, Herald
21
FOR SALE—STORE: FRUITS. CIGARS,
stationery; 'wear depot; a snap; cheap
for cash. Address C. box 4, Herald. 21
FOR SALE-BAKERY ROUTE; HORSE,
Wagon and other necessities go with
trade. Address 8., box 59, Herald. 20
FOR SALE—CARRIAGE SHOP, COUN
try town, fine location. Address B, box
58, Herald. 20
FOR SALE — LIVERY BUSINESS,
first-class location. Address 8., box til,
Herald. 20
FOR SALE—SIOO TAKES GOOD FRUIT
and cigar stand. Address 8., box 35,
Herald. *1
I FOR SALE—NICE LITTLE MILLINERY
I store; close in; snap. Address 8., box 02,
Herald. 20
I SELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS.
L D. BARNARD, 112 S. Broadway.
MEDIUMS
REMOVED—MRS. PARKER. MEDIUM
and Palmist; life reading, business spec
ulations, mineral locations, removals,
lawsuits, travels, marriages, children,
dispositions and capabilities; all affairs
of life. 410";. S. Spring s'.., room 10. Fees,
50 cents and $1.00.
MME. LEO. MEDIUM AND CARD
reader, tells pas', present and future,
brings the separated together, cause. 1 *
speedy marriage; all those in trouble over
business, love and family affairs should
see her. Cottage 055 S. Springst. tf
MRS. WALKER. CLAIRVOYANT AND
life buslneF.s reading medium; all busi
ness affair- cf life looked into for the ad
vancement of your future. 316U S. Spring
street. tf
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON. INDEPEN
dent slate-writing medium and clairov
ant psychic. 3301';, S. Spring st.; hours,
10 to 4. tf
MRS. KATE HOSKINS. TRANCE ME
dium; sittings dally; eve. by appointment.
Circle Tues. eve., 25c; 322 S. Spring st.
MRS. L. S. DICKSON, READINGS;
"Gypsy Queen" circle Sunday and Fri
day evenings, 26c. 328 W. Third. 1-8
ELLA M. WHITE, 122 S. OLIVE ST.,
Well known l*Syohometrlc and Clairvoy
ant Medium. 12-24
AGNES H. PLEASANCE. TRANCE ME
dlum; sittings dally. 355H-S. Spring st.
PROF. GEE, READINGS $1. SUM S. Spring
tf
PHYSICIANS
MRS. L. SCHMIDT-EDDY, ELECTRIC,
hot-air, hydropathic and massage treat
ment. Rooms 306-307, 226 S. Spring, tf
DR. UNGER CURES CANCERS AND
I tumors; no knifu or pain. 107/£ N. Main
street. tf
BOOKS
A—Boc WORTH OF MAGAZINES DE
llvered at house for 30c. Sec JONES'
BOOK STORE, 226 W. First st.
FOB. BENT
Houses
FOR RENT—A NEW 16-ROOM LODGING
house, on corner Fourth St.; bath and
toilets; rooms numbered; electrlo lights;
very cheap to good party; $35.
New 5-room cottage, ham, good lot;
Southwest; $8. EDWARD FRASER,
16-18 103 S. Droadway.
FOR RENT OR LEASE—SIX-ROOM
house; bath, pantry, closet, cellar. 2-room
tank house, with 2-story ham, with stalls
and wash rack; chicken houses and gar
den. Address C, box 11, Herald. 21
FOR RENT—MODERN HOUSE, HAND
somely furnished; West En* 4 sleeping
rooms, bath; modern finish; grounds, first
class. Address 11., box 46, Herald, 21
FOR RENT—A FINE FURNISHED 9
room house. At room 6, 232 N. Main st.
tf
Furnished Houses
FOR RENT—NEW, MODERN, 9-ROOM
house; furnace; electricity; porcelain
bath; shades; sewer; lawn; handsomely
furnished; references required. Address
G„ box 15, Herald. 21
FOR RENT—S2O; LOWER FLOOR OF
two-story house, nicely furnished for
housekeeping; gas range, verandahs,
lawn, barn. 1057 Temple street. 20
Furnished Booms
FOR RENT—PART OF HANDSOME
sunny suite of rooms, by a lady teacher,
who wishes room-mate; prefers other
lady to be employed during day; has
every convenience for pleasant home life;
will share all expenses'; references ex
changed. Address TEACHER, box 25,
Herald. 21
FOR RENT-TWO SETS OF OOMPLETE-
Iy furnished housekeeping rooms, $S and
$10 each; also furnished rooms. $S and $10,
with heating stoves. 401 Beaudry aye. 23
FURNISHED ROOMS FROM $1.50 UP
per week. HUBS HOITSE, corner First
and Los Angeles sts. 1-13
FOR RENT—SUNNY ROO.MS. $1 WEEK
and up, 25c night; also housekeeping. 519
S. Spring st. 1 10-99
Booms
FOR RENT — UNFURNISHED ROOM
in private family; no cooking. 331 Win
ston st. . . 19
Hotels and Lodging Houses
FOR RENT-NEW 16-ROOM ROOMING
house, electric lights, on Fourth street;
very cheap to good party. $35. New five
room cottage, southwest, $8. Mnnv
others. EDWARD FRASER, 108 South
Broadway.
MINING AND ASSAYING
THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE
and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main St.
R. A. PEREZ, E. M.. manager. 12-4-tf
MONET 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
ladles. G. M. JONES, rooms 12-14, 234 S.
Broadway. 1-30-99
A—s2o,ooo TO LOAN IN SMALL OR
large sums, on personal property secu
rity, collateral security or real estute.
Second floor, rooms 2 and 3, Knox build
ing, No. 355 S. Broadway.
23 WESTERN LOAN CO.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches. Jewelry, planes, sealskins, car
riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts and
all kinds of eolla'eral security; storage
free ln our warehouse. LEE BROS., 402
S. Spring st. tf
MONEY LOANED AT NET INTEREST
rates of from 4*4 to 8 per cent p'-r annum,
according to character and size of loans.
EDWARD D. SILENT & CO., 212 W. 2d.
tf
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, ROOM
308 Wilcox building, lend money on any
good real estate; building loans made; If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us, tf
TO LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON
real estate security, I have it ln any
amount at re-asonahle rates. WM. F.
BOSBYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
real estate; Interest decreases as you pay.
STATE MUTUAL BUILDING AND
LOAN ASS'N, 141 S. Broadway. 5-20-lf
$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
city and country real estate. LEE A.
MeCONNELL & CO., 145 S. Broadway,
Frost building. tf
TO LOAN-5 TO 8 PER CENT MONEY.
BRADSHAW BROS., room 202 Bradbury
block. tf
EDUCATIONAL
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
226 S. Spring at., Los Angeles; the oldest,
largest and most elegantly equipped
commercial school in Southern Califor
nia; hundreds of successful graduates in
banking and business houses; ln session
nil the year; enter any day; evening
school on Monday, .Wednesday and Fri
day evenings; three complete courses
commercial, English and shorthand and
typewriting; a ihorough practical and
progressive school; large faculty of ex
pert teachers; rates of tuition reasonable.
Call or write for catalogue.
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE,
212 W. Third st.; oldest, largest, best; day
and evening sessions.; terms reasonable;
catalogue free. tf
BELIEF CORPS FAIR
Entertainment Furnished by Ladles
of Dan Bidwell Post
NORWALK, Dec. 17—The fair held by
the Woman's Relief Corps of Don Bidwell
post clones this evening, after continuing
three dayß. The entertainment last even
ing was furuishi-d by Mrs. J. B. Brown and
the Misses Meek of Lob Angeles, who are
favorites here. The program was an excel
lent one and much enjoyed. Miss Addie
Meek's cornet solos were very good, and
"The Chalet Horn," by Mrs. Brown, with
cornet oblignto, was especially fine. Miss
Eva Meek rendered a violin solo, and
a trio by piano, comet and violin was given.
Mrs. dishing gave two recitations that
Here much applauded.
Rev. Hervey Jones of Pasadena has been
spending a couple of days this week with
Rev. Do Kay.
The Junior Endeavor society today
packed a box of Christmas gifts for the Sun
day school of Bethlehem church in Los An
geles.
Philip Hnhn and daughter of Sedalia,
Mo., are guests of Re-v. and Mrs. De Kay.
L. T. Mallei t is quite sick and was obliged
to give up jury duty in Los Angeles*
Miss Edith Creen died nt her home, two
miles west of Norwalk, on Wednesday, of
rheumatic fever. She was 18 years old.
At the Congregational church tomorrow
morning the pastor will preach on "The Di
vine Ideal of Greatness,"i
The rninfalli here wastlS-lfKHh of an inch,
ami everybody feels better than a week ago.
Downey Doings
DOWNEY, Dec. 18—Christmas will lie
observed in Downey this year with Christ
mas trees in all tlie churches.
The addition to tbe Presbyterian church
lias been completed and the interior of the
building has been thoroughly renovated and 1
repaired.
Downey lodge, Fraternal Brotherhood,
visited the lodge of tbe same order at Nor
walk Wednesday evening.
District Attorney-elect ,1. C. Rives movedi
tlie furniture, etc., out of his office tbis week
ami the premises will shortly be occupied
by Attorney Julius H. Ardis.
B. M. Brythe has received 1 a diploma from
flic Omaha exposition which was awarded
bim on a display of mangle wurzel beets.
Mrs. 1). Atwater left yesterday for a visit
to Seattle, Wash.
Two peace disturbers who were up before
Judge Phillips Thursday were granted a
change of venue to Judge Burkes court at
Hi vera.
Born, to the wife of B. M. Blythc, Tues
day, December 1.1, a daughter.
W. 0. Hamlin of San Fernando basleased
the drug store of Landrum Smith and will
take charge the lirst of the month.
Following is a list of officers elected this
week by the Christian Endeavor society o(
the Presbyterian church: President, Miss
Jessie McCoy; vice president, Miss L. Hunt
er; corresponding secretary, Miss May
Branson; recording secretary, Miss E. Tal
bottj treasurer, Miss B, Kirkpatrick.
W. T. Kendrick of Los Angeles visited rel
atives here Wednesday.
Miss Josie Eberle is vis-it ing her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Eberle.
Fl. Mc.Donaugh and wife of Los Angeles
were out over Sunday with Rev. J. R. Kirk
patrick and family.
Dr. C, B. Riddick has returned from San
Francisco and will spend the holidays on
his home place south of town.
Putting Down a Young Mr. Smart
"Excuse me," said the fly young man,
"but have we not met before?"
"Very likely," replied the up-to-date miss,
"but T was merely a guest of the head keep
er's daughter."—Philadelphia North Ameri
can.
Fish With a Royal Name
There is a fish in Japanese water called
"the emperor of Japan." It is curiously
angular in form, being almost a true rect
angle. It is resplendent in color, with odd
brownie like face, and it is notable for its
savor}' flesh.
Baker & Hamilton
Special bicycle?, light, fleet and sure, $28
and up. 136 North Los Angeles street.
All prices of wall paper greatly reduced.
A. A. Eckstrom, 324 South Spring street.
PERSONALS
MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED
from Sl9 S. Grand aye. to 618 W. Eighth
St.; female diseases treated by electric
ity; cure guaranteed. tf
LADIES' MONTHLY REGULATOR —
Never falls; send 4 cents for Woman's
Safe Guard. WILCOX MED. CO., Dept.
88, Philadelphia, Pa. tt
LOS ANGELES MATRIMONIAL Bu
reau, 121 Temple st, rooms Sand 9. 12-28
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LITCIEN EARLE, COMMERCIAL. PRO
bate. and corporation law. Suite, 420 Bui
lard building. ap 8 99
BATHS
MISS DORA FRANCIS, CABINET
baths and massage. 308% S. Spring, room
12. THE NAVARRE. tf
GRACE ROBINSON. VAPOR BATHS,
322 S. Spring, room 30, third floor. 20
WATCHMAKERS
THE THOUGHTFUL BUYERS WHO
understand diamonds are Invited to In
spect my assortment. W. J. GETZ., Jew
eler, 330 S. Broadway.
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice of Assessment
THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPA.
Ny; location of principal place of business,
city of Los Angeles l , state of California; lo
cation of office, at No. 136 South Broadway.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the directors of the Herald Publishing
company, held on the 16th day of Decemb
er, 1898, an assessment of ten dollars per
share, or ten per cent on each ono hundred
dollars of the capital stock of the sjild cor
poration, was levied upon the subscribed
capital stock of said corporation, payablo
on or before January 18, 1899, ln gold coin
of the United States, to the general mana
ger of said corporation, at Its office, No.
136 South Broadway, ln said city of Los
Angeles, California. Any stock upon
which this assessment shall remain unpaid
on the 20th day of January, 1899, will be de
linquent and advertised for sale at publlo
auction, and unless payment Is made be
fore, will be sold on Wednesday, the Bth
day of February, 1899, to pay the delin
quent assessment, together with costs of
advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the board of directors.
G. A. DOBINSON,
Secretary of the Herald Publishing Com
pany.
Office, No. 136 South Broadway, city of
Los Angeles, Cal. 1-20

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