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The Herald. Rates for Classified Advertising Linen—S cents per line lor each insertion. Notice of Marriage, Birth or Death—Free. Obituaries, Funeral Notices and Special Announcements— 10 cents per line. SPECIAL NOTICES CEO. A. RALFHS-GOLD BAR FLOUR, $1.10; city flour, 85c; pkg coffee. 10c; gran ulated sugar, 18 lbs $1; 4 cans tomatoes 25c; 8 bars German Family soap. 25c; 2 Chal lenge Milk. 15c; 10 lbs corn meat. 15c; 5 bars Gold Medal Borax soap. 25c; 11 llws rolled wheat or 8 lbs oats. 25c; 3 cans salmon, 25c; 1 1-lb can bee-f, 10c; 3 cans Lily Cream, 25c; 6 boxes sardines, 25e; 5-gal gasoline, 75c; coal oil. 65c; K. C. baking powder, 20c; lard. 10 lbs 55c; 10 lbs beans, 23c. 601 S. Sptlng sr., cor. Sixth. Tel. 516. tf I HEREBY NOTIFY EVERYBODY that I am and always- have been the sole owner of the Chicago Show Case Works, situated at l.'l East Third street, Los An celes. JCLICS HARSKEL. WE RENT, REPAIR, TCNE. MOVE, store, exchange, buy, sell planes; agents best makes. A. G. Gardner Piano House, 11S Winston st 'Phone brown 1223. 1-1 L. 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 GENTS' SUITS DRY CLEANED, $1.50; pants, 30c; ladles' skirts dry cleaned. BOSTON DYE WORKS, 250 New High St., near Temple. tf DR. R. F. CLARK. KIDNEY DISEASES and diseases of women. Byrne block, Third and Broadway. tf JIEN'S SOLES, 35c; LADIES', 30c: TO PAY more is waste of money. 105 S. Spring, tf FOR WINDOW SHADES GO TO THE factory, 222 W. 6th. Prices the lowest, tf WANTED Hale Help 11 CM MEL 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. (OlHce open from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., except Sunday.) MEN'S DEPARTMENT Six laborers. $1 day and board; pressor and cleaner, $2; coachman and gardener. 825 etc.; tent and sail-maker, $2: rock foreman, $3; barber, country; (George : Hern, wanted;* 4 carpenters, country. 81,50 and board; fruit ranch hands, $25 month: paving block makers, 2c each; teamsters and laborers, $1.73, railroad, Ariz-ma, 1c mile rate. MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT i Dishwasher. $20 etc.; cake baker. $6 ! Week; night clerk and porter. $2'i etc.; • hotel cook, $45 etc.; seoond cook. $30 etc.; barber and bar man, hotel, country; man and wife, hotel, cooks, $75 etc. Hi IUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT Housegirl, Pasadena, $25; Colton, San ta Barbara, $2e; Santa Ana., $15; second girl, $25; second girl, Pasadena, $15; mother and daughter, housework, coun try, $30; houseglrls, city, $8 to $25; cook, country, $30. LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT Delicacy store clerk. $5 week; cook. ' country, $25; ranch cook, $25; seamstress, 81.50 day; arm waitress, country; wait resses, country and city. HUMMEL" BROS. & CO. (WANTED—THE OPERA RESTAURANT, 117 S. Main st., serves the best 10 cent meal in the city; open day and night, tf Male and Female Help WANTED—ORGANIZERS FOR FlRST class fraternal lnsurarce oreler, easy work, good pay. and prospects. Call or address J. Is. HEARTWELL. 024 Laugh lin Building, City. 24 Situations—Male • " —— *' WANTED —SITUATION BY YOUNG Englishman; understands bookkeeping and accounts; has best of references; would like position as clerk In mercan tile house. Address 8., box 36, Herald. 20 y | Situations—Female (WANTED—SITUATION, BY A MTDDLE aged woman, with invalid or family g - Ing east; nccustomed to traveling, cheer ful, in good health; can be useful In many ■ways; ask only traveling expenses to Chicago; have good references. Address TRAVEL, box 19, Herald. 20 WANTED — SITUATION BY COMPE tent woman; Is good cook, seamstress, and understands thoroughly genera! housework. Address WORK, box 2 Herald. 20 [WANTED —BY WIDOW, FARE EAST for care of children or sick person. Ad dress 8., box 9, Herald. 20 Money IVANTED-s2'"<iO. R PER CENT NET; first c!nss> country loan. Address MON EY, box C, Herald. 20 WANTED—BISOO ON IMPROVED CITY property; S per cent. Address 8., box 45, Herald. 20 [WANTED—BEOOO, ON CHOICE CLOSE :u property. Address 8., box 47, Herald. 20 WANTED—TO LOAN $200 ON GOOD SE curity Address C, box U, Herald. 21 Live Stock WANTED—TEAM OF MULES; MUST tx good weight and strong; give price and state where they may be seen. Address R., box ia, Herald. 20 WANTED To Bent 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 sain all day; Are. gas. bath, verandah, and be on second floor: w.l! take dinner with family. Address, with location and price. Unless these details are given no utfentlon will be paid to reply. Address WIDOW, box 13, Herald. 20 FOR RENT—S7S. FURNISHED HOUSE of 12 rooms; furnace heat; electric light; good barn; all modern conveniences; house recently built and tn excellent con dition: owner going east. 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 10, Herald. 20 WANTED—TO LEASE 25 ACRES OF unimproved land, close to city; must have abundant water supply and be fenced. Address ACRES, box 19, Herald. 20 WANTED—TO LEASE GOOD DRUG store; give location, terms of lease, etc. Address 8., box 29. Herald. 21 W ANTED—TO LEASE SMALL CHIOK en ranch with house and stock. Address B„ box 19, Herald. 20 To Purchase WANTED—SMALL RETAIL FRUIT business: a great bargain. Address 8., box 51. Herald. 20 Houses WANTED - BY RESPONSIBLE PARTY, a 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 guarantee good profits. Address PROFIT C, box 3 Herald. 20 1 miscellaneous WANTED—STOCK, OF CHICKENS: also Incubator and brooder; state where they may be seen, amount of stock, price, etc. Address 8.. box 17, Herald, 20 WANTED — STRICTLY FIRST CLASS second-handed kodak. Call or address Mr. H. W. Wallace, at No. 321 S. Spring street. WANTED—CHILD TO BOARD. BY middle-aged widow; will give good care. Address 8., box 24, Herald. 20 WANTED—TO PURCHASE SALOON; have cash. Address 8., box GO, Herald. 20 WANTED—CENTRALLY LOCATED SA loon. Address CASH, box 12, Herald. 20 FOB BENT Houses FOR RENT OR LEASE—SIX-ROOM house; hath, pantry, closet, cellar. 2-room tank house, with 2-story barn, with stalls and wash rack; chicken houses and gar den. Address C, box 11, He raid. 21 FOR RENT—MODERN HOUSE. HAND somely furnished; West End 4 sleeping rooms, bath: modern finish; grounds, first class. Address 8., box 46, Herald. 21 FOR RENT—A FINE FURNISHED 9 room house. At room 0, 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 C., 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 IJANDSOME sunny suite of roome, by a lady teacher, who wishes room-mate; prefers other lady to be empluyed during day; has every convenience for pleasant home ilfe; will share all expenses; referixices ex changed. Address TEACHER, box 25, Herald. 21 FOR RENT—TWO SETS I IF COMI'LETE- Iy furnished housekeeping rooms. $S and $10 each; ulso furnished rooms, $8 and $10. with heating stoves. 404 Beaudry aye. 22 FOR RENT-ROOMS; (1,25 AND UP PER week; parlor, plan ~ gas, etc. THE VER MONT, 138 Vi N. Spring st. 20 FURNISHED ROOMS FROM $1.50 UP per week. RKSS HOUSE, corner First and Los Angeles sts. j.jj FOR RENT-SUNNY ROOMS. $1 WEEK and up, 25c night; also housekeeping. 519 S. Spring st. ). io-<j<j EDUCATIONAL WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 220 S. Spring st., Los Aug. les; the oldest, largest and most elegantly equipped commercial school In Southern Califor nia; hundreds of successful graduates In bunking ami business houses; in session ull the year; enter any day; eve-ning school on Monday, Wednesday and Fri day eve nings: three complete courses— commci''-iul, English und shorthand and typewriting; a thorough practical and progressive school; large faculty of ex pert teachers; rates of tuition r. asonuble. Call or write for catalogue. LOS ANGELES BCSINESS COLLEGE 212 W. Third st.; c lde st, largest, best; day and evening sessions; terms reasonable; catalogue free. tj LOS ANGELES HERALD: I'UESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, jeyo FOB Houses 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 \V. First St. tf FOR SALE-81500: NEW 5-ROOM COT tage, large lot, tine fruit anil shade trees; sidewalk, graded street, luwn; a bargain. Address 8., box 40, Herald. 20 FOX SALE—COTTAGE, MODERN, SIX rooms, good lot; small mortgage; want good ranch or small business lv town. Address 13.. box 11, Herald. 20 ! FOR SALE—ONE OK THE COZIEST, nicest private residences fronting West lake park for sale cheap. Address P., box 23, Herald. 20 FOR SALE—A SNAP, FOR CASH OR half cash; 5 large rooms and reception hall; nice; close In; SW. Apply today. 750 Ottawa St. 21 A-J150; 40-FOOT LOT. CEMENT WALK, curb, shade irees, tike Vernon car to White ai. T. WIESENDANGER, 427 8. Broadway. dec 20 WE SELL THE EARTH— BASSETT & SMITH, Room 2, Y. M. C. A. building. Country Property FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—2O ACRES fruit land in Redlands; tine bearing or chard; good income property; house and other buildings; clear; will -rode for un incumbered city home. Address 8., box 44, Herald. 21 FOR SALE-84000; HANDSOME «-ROOM residence, thoroughly modern; white pine finish; furnace, gas. electricity; complete In every detail. No agent. Address OWNER, box 3D, Herald. 20 FOR EXOHANGE-$4500: 160 ACRES, cultivated; water right; buildings; near electric line; bargain. Address EX CHANGE, box 19, Herald. 21 FOR SALE—SIOOO; $500 CASH: !". ACRES near Crescenta, 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. Tilghman, Llano, Cal. 24 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—IO ACMES in orchard not far from Palms; houso and other Improvements. Address C, box 22, Herald. 20 FOR SALE—FINE LITTLE FOOT-HILL ranch of 20 acres, near the city: a great bargain. Address 8., box 33, Herald. 21 Livestock FOR SALE—NICE. YOUNG DRIVING horse, gentle, city broke; also Concord buggy. Call afternoons. 2200 Central avenue. 23 FOR SALE-Jl2 CASH; COW; GOOD milker; will lie fresh in spring. Address 8., box 48, Herald. 20 FOR SALE — $30. TEAM OF HORSES, sound, In good condition. Address 8., box 2, Herald. 20 FOR SALE—TEAM OF SOUND HORSES, strong wagon, harness. Addreis 8., box 4, Herald. 20 FOR SALE-GOOD HORSE; STYLISH, safe; very cheap. Address 8., box 49, Herald. 20 Miscellaneous DRESS SCIT FOR SALE-830; COST $93; only worn once; chest 39. leg 34; will aher to lit buyer free. BOSTON DYE WORKS, 206 New High St., lieur Temple. 20 FOR SALE-OLD NEWSPAPERS, SUlT able for putting under carpets, etc., In packages of 100. for lo cents. Apply at Herald business office. tf FOR SALE - FIRST-CLASS PIANO, will take good real estate: must 1* clear and of full value of instrument. Address 8., box 1(1, Herald. 20 FOR SALE—NICE CANOPY TOP PHAE ton, in beat of condition; but little us-d; cheap. Address 11., box 27, Herald. 2'J FOR SALE-PAIR VALUABLE DlA mond ear-ring.-; very beautiful; a sacri fice. Address C, box 5, Herald. 20 FOR SALE—A FOX TERRIER; THOR oughbred; a beauty. Address 8., box 4., Herald. 21 FOR SALE-r'HEAP; PATENT FOR useful kitchen utensil. 390 S. Los Ange les St. 22 FOR SALE —OLD NEWSPAPERS. 10c. per hundred. Address Herald office, tf FOR SALE—SIO, SADDLE, ALMOST new. Address 8., box 8, Herald. 20 DENTISTS ADAMS BROS., DENTAL PARLORS, st. 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. 3241fe s. SPRING ST. Opi n days and evenings; also Sundays'; electric lights. Tel. green 1393. PHYSICIANS .MRS. L. BCHMIDT-EDDY, ELECTRIC, hot-air, hydropathic and massage treat ment. Rooms 300-807, 220 S. Spring, tf DR. UNGER CURES CANCERS AND tumors; no knife or puln. 107 Vi N. Main street. tf FOB EXCHANGE Beal Estate FOR EXCHANGE—7S ACRES OF LAND near the city, with small mortgage; will trade for lodging house, If well rented anil will bear satisfactory Investigation; give location, number of rooms, vnlue of furniture, and number of roomers; un less these particulars are given no atten tion will be pale! to reply. Address LODGER, box 10, Herald. 20 FOR EXCHANGE—I6O ACRES. UNTM proved property, near Fairmount; want gooel house, rentable, in Los Angelese Address C, box 21. Herald. 20 FOR EXCHANGE - GOOD LAND, well located, clear; want small business. May trade even; have no cash. Address By 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 Figueroa st., between Sixth and Adams. Address C, box 16, Herald. 20 FOR EXCHANOE—LOTS IN MONRO vIa, on gooel street, sldewolked; want vacant lot in Los Angeles. Address C, box 24, Herald. 20 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. Address C, box 20, Herald. 20 FOR EXCHANGE-NICE HOME NEAR Glendora; 10 acres in 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. 2S FOR EXCHANGE-160 ACRES OF TlM ber land in the north: want good stock of drugs. Address 8., box 22, Herald. 21 FOR EXCHANGE—2O-ROOM LODGING house; want small house and lot tn 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 EXCHANOE — HUNDREDS OF properties. BEN WHITE, 235 W. First. tf Miscellaneous FOR EXCHANGE—LESSONS GIVEN in stenography In exchange for lessons in voice culture. Address E. R. 11., box 7, Herald. FOR EXCHANGE-VIOLIN. FINE IN strument; want bicycle. Address 8., box 12, Herald. 20 FOR EXCHANGE — FINE OLD VIOLIN, want a good, standard wheel. Address 8., box 2u, Herald. 20 FOR EXCHANGE—VIOLIN; WANT LA dys wheel. Address 8., box 21, Herald. 20 FOR EXCHANGE—FINE UPRIGHT Pi ano for a good lot. 127 S. Broadway. 21 MONEY TO LOAN TO IjOAN — MONEY, IN LARGE OR small amounts, at lower rates of Interest than others charge, on all kinds of col lateral security, eliamonds, watches Jew elry, pianos, furniture, life Insurance and all good collateral; partial payments'^re ceived; money quick; private office for ladles. G. M. JONES, rooms 12-14. 254 S. Broadway. 1-30-99 A—s2o,ooo TO LOAN IN SMALL OR large sums, on personal property secu rity, collateral security or real estate. Second floor, rooms 2 and 3, Knox build ing, No. 355 S. Broadway. 23 WESTERN LOAN CO. • MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, pianos, sealskins, car riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts anel nil kinds of collateral security; storage free in our wurthouse. LEE BROS., 402 S. Spring st. tf MONEY LOANED AT NET INTEREST rates of from 4>i to 8 per cent per 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 in any amount at reasonable rates. WM. F. BOSBYSHELL, 107 S. Broaelway. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED real estate; Interest decreases'as you pay. STATE MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N, 141 S. Broadway. 5-20-tf $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 $93,000, ON city and country real estate. LEE A. McCONNELL & CO., 145 8. Broadway, Frost building. tf TO LOAN—S TO 8 PER CENT MONEY. BRADSIIAW BROS., room 202 Bradbury block. tf BUSINESS OPPOBTUNITIES 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 8., box 26, Herald. 21 mil SALE—NH"E LITTLE GROCERY; living rooms attached; good business; stock und fixtures cheap; cash trade; could be easily managed by a woman; a barguln. Address 8., box 23, Herald. 21 FOR SALE—GOOD MILLINERY STORE; will sell for half cost; new stc<-k; new fixtures; good trade; am obliged to go east; must sacrifice business. Address MILLINER, box 87, Herald. 21 FOB SALE—ONE-HALF INTEREST IN well established drug business; hand some store; fine fixtures; good trade; too much for one man. Address DRUG GIST, box 17, Herald. 21 FOB SALE—IN COUNTRY TOWN. ONE half Interest In good-paying business; first-class place, line fixtures. Business large enough for two. Address 8., box 18, Herald. 20 FOR SALE—S3OO, HALF INTEREST IN a thriving business; good profits; a ca pable and active man can secure a snap hy investlgaung. Address C, box 8, Herald. 20 WANTED—TO PURCHASE SALOON, centrally located; give particulars of stock, fixtures, cash price, etc. Address BUSINESS, box 5, Herald. 20 FOR SALE—S2OO WILL BUY 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 TN teresit In printing und publishing busi ness In country town; good thing. A dress 8., box 13, Herald. 20 FOR SALE—S3BOO; WELL ESTARLISH ed mercantile business, leading store in outside town; good trade. Address 8., box 6, Herald. 20 FOR SALE-SIOOO. FRUIT AND CANDY store, well located, moderate rent; will pay you to investigate. Address 8., box 3, Herald. 20 FOR SALE—S9OO; DRUG STORE; GOOD location; paying; have other interests needing attention. Address' 8., box 30, Heraid. 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; near depot; a snap; cheat) 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, tine location. Address B, box 58, Herald. 20 FOR SALE — LIVERY BUSINESS, first-class location. Address 8., box 61, Herald. 20 FOR SALE—SIOO TAKES GOOD FRUIT and cigar stand. Address 8., box 35, Herald. 21 FOR SALE-NICE LITTLE MILLINERY store; close in; snap. Address 8., box 62, Herald. 20 I SELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS. I. 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 nnd capabilities; all affairs of life. 416V4 S. Spring st., room 10. Foes, DO cents and $1.00. MME. LEO. MEDIUM AND CARD rnader, tells past, present anel future, brings the separated together, causes speedy marriage; all those in trouble over business, love and family affairs should see her. Cottage 655 S. Springs!. tf MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT AND life business reading medium: all busi ness affairs of life looked into for the ad vancement of your future. 3b% S. Spring street. tf MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, INDEPEN dent slate-writing medium anel clairov nnt psychic. 880Hj S. Spring st.; hours, 10 to 4. tf MRS. KATE HOSKINS, TRANCE ME ttium; sittings dally; eve. by appointment. Circle Tues. eve., 25c; 222 S. Spring st. MRS. L. S. DICKSON, READINGS; "Gypsy Queen" circle Sunday and Fri day evenings, 25c. 328 W. Third. 1-8 ELLA M. WHITE, 122 S. OLIVE ST., well known Psychometric and Cluirvoy ant Medium. 12-21 AGNES 11. PLEASANCE, TRANCE ME dlum; sittings daily. 355',i S. Spring st. PROS'. GEE, READINGS $1. 330% S. Spring tf PERSONALS MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED from 819 S. Grand aye. to 618 W. Eighth at.; 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. tf LOS ANGELES MATRIMONIAL Bu reau, 121 Temple st, rooms 8 and 9. 12-28 EXCURSIONS HOCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON ducted excursions every Tuesday and Wednesday; low rate*, quick time; Union depot, Chicago. Office, 214 South Spring st. tf LOST AMD FOUND LOST—ON FRID*AY EVENING AT GTH Street Pork, a block feather boa, very handsome; long satin ties. 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 pondunts. Finder leave the same at 211 North Olive street. Re ward. 20 FOUND—A BUNCH OF KEYS. THE owner can have same by applying at 421 Wall St., and paying for thls ad. 20 BATHS MISS DORA FRANCIS. CABINET baths and massage. 308% S. Spring, room 12. THE NAVARRE tf GRACE ROHINSON. VAPOR BATHS, 322 S. Spring, room 30, third lloor. 20 WATCHMAKERS A—sooo WORTH OF DIAMONDS AND pearl Jewelry at less than wholesale. W. J. GETZ, Jeweler, 330 S. Broadway. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES LUDWIG & MATTHEWS. WHOLESALE and retail frails and vegetables. MOTT M9AKET, 135 S. Main st. Tel. 530. tf BOOKS A_SOc WORTH OF MAGAZINES DE llvered at house for 30c. See JONES' BOOK STORE, 220 W. First st. MINING AND ASSAYING THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main st. R. A. PEREZ, E. M.. manager. 12-4-tf ATTORNEYS AT LAW LUCIEN EARLE, COMMERCIAL, PRO bate and corporation law. Suite, 120 Bui lard building. apB 99 LEGAL NOTICES Notice of Assessment THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPA ny; location of principal place of business, city of Los Angeles, state of California; lo cation of office, a; No. 13* South Broadway. Noiloe is hereby given that at a meeting of the directors of the Herald Publishing company, held on the Kith day of Decem ber, 18HS, an assessment of ten dollars per share, or ten per cent on each one hundred dollars of the capital stock of the said cor poration, was levied upon the subscribed capital stock of said corporation, payable on or before January 18, 1599, In gold coin of the l'nited States, to the general mana ger of said corporation, at Its office, No. 130 South Broadway, In said city of Los Angeles, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 20th day of January. 1»99. will be de linquent and advertised far sale at public 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 LINES OF TRAVEL Pacific Coast Steamship Co. t. The company's elegant •jSw steamers SANTA ROSA ; MMfe*. ami CORONA leave RE- DONDO at 11 a. m. and KsmfVA PORT LOS ANGELES at BMP w 2:80 p. m. for San Fran- HKljMlAl cisco via Santa Barbara II ami Port Harford P ec ; 1. 2 6 10 14 IS. 22° 26, 20, Feb. 3 and every fourth day thereafter. Leave PORT LOS ANGELES at 6 a. m. and REDONDO a> lo a. m. for San Diego Dec. 3. 7. 11 15. 19, 23, 27, 31. Jan. 4. 8. 12. 16, 20, 24, 28, Feb. 1. and every fourth day thereafter. Cars connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe depot at r.M 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. in. for ueeamers north bound. The steamers CoOS BAY and ORIZABA leave SAN PEDRO and EAST SAN PE DRO for San Francisco via Ventura. Car plnterla, Santa Barbara. Gavlota, Port Harford, Cayucos, San Simeon, Monterey and Santa Cruz at 6:30 p. m. Dec. 2, 6. 10. 14, 18, 22. 26. 30, Jan. 3, 7, 11, 15. 19, 23. 27, 31, Feb. 4, ami every fourth day thereafter. Cars connect with steamers via San Pedro ieave S. P. R. R. (Arcade deoot) at 5:03 p. m. ami Terminul Railway depot at 5:25 p. tn. For further information obtain folder. The company reserves right to change, wlthuut 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. 1-j "los anqel.es - H TERMINAL £ 1-1 RAILWAY CO- H TIME CARD IS EFFECT NOV. 21,1898, From Los Angel©* tv Depart Arrive aud Vcrdugo For* < d6:W pm d 0:35 pea Fusadena, f Aitnduuaand 1 dS:3S am doiOapm Mounl Lowo I s.n p„dr n f dB:4oam d4:lsam Tcr m in°."li. a iinl J^fc Catallu Island | ,8: <""» •flgK dually. cSoudiy. aKx. Sunday. I Ex. Friday. Boyle Heights, Downey avenue street oar lines pass Terminal stations. City ticket otllce, 214 South Spring street. LOS ANGELES AND REDONDO RAIL WAY COMPANY. Los Angeles depot: Cor. Grand aye. and Jefferson street. Goes into effect No. Bth. 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. no, dally 11:30 p. m.. Bat. only 8:30 p. m.. Sat. only Take Grand avo. electric cars or Main St. and Agricultural Park cars. L. J. PERRY. Superintendent. A Dishonest Clerk Richard Stanley, a young man of pleasing address, pleaded guilty in Police Judge Owens' court yesterday to the charge of petty larceny. Stanley came here about seven months ago from England, and for Sonne time- past has been employed SE a clerk in the Broadway Department Store. A .number of small articles have becn'misseel from the stock and it was; at first thought .that a shoplifter had been at work. Special officers were employed to patrol the place. The guilt was finally fattened upon Stan ley, and the detectives took him into cus tody. Stanley pleaded guilty to having stolen a woman's pocket book. There are other insinuations against him, but he will be sentenced for the pocketbook today. ARE AFTER THE REBATE SEEKING RETUURN OF FEES FROM THE STATS More Than Twenty-Two Thousand Dollars in Dispute for San Bernardino County SAN BERNARDINO, Dec. 19,-Tho scheme that is being played all over the state to secure a rebate from the state lor each, county in tho matter of fees and eocMßia> s.ions in the several offices reached San ller uardiiuu this morning, and the necessary papers were filed by the firms of itodgcrs, Peterson & Slack: und Devlin & Devlin, a member of the latter firm evidently being the leader in the move, as his name is used ns to the requisite stutemcnt of the facts claimed. The petition, dated Dec. 10, 18U8, is for a writ of mandate against the con troller, Edward P. Colgan, audi sets up the claim that there is due the county from the state for tbe fisi'ul year 1893-4 the sum of $5181.111 for charges, eeitumissions and fees, as directed and fixed by law in the offices of auditor, assessor, treasurer and tax col lector in connection with state taxes for that year. Por the year 1894-(S there is due 94300.10; for the year 1895-0, the sum of I $.570!). 16; for the year 1890-7, the sum of $:1050.54; for the year 18117-8, the sum of $307.'!.72, making the whole sum now due the county #22,570.42. This claim was pre sented Dee. 13, 1898, to the controller, who refused to scknowledgo it, and settlement is asked for the sums due the state from the county treasurer in t he December settlement of this year, together with what has ac crued on the December settlement now capa ble of calculation. At tlio meeting ol tlie board of supervisors tins noon Chairmen .1. M. Glover resigned bis chair for a few moment! to make tiie following address: "Gentlemen of this Hoard of Supervisors: 1 thank-you) for the very pleasant duty you have imposed on me at this moment, that of expressing our appro oiation of the very efficient and faithful ser vices of D. A. Moulton as clerk of our board during the last two years. And now, Mr. Moulton, on behalf of this board, 1 have the very great pleasure of presenting to you this silver tea set. We ask you, sir, to ac cept it, not for its intrinsic value, but as a token of friendship, and for your courteous and gentlemanly demeanor to each nnd every member of this board, and remember that in each of us you ha . c a true friend. And with this also accept our best wishes for your health, happiness and prosperity, wherever and into whatever position in life you may be called." The gift was an elegant silver salver and tea set, to be properly engraved: before the departure of Mr. .Moulton to till his new duties as deputy state treasurer under Treasurer Truman Reeves. The re cipient thanked the board for tbe gift in a few well chosen words. This was a gift most worthily bestowed by a Demoeratio board upon a Republican clerk, whose place it will be very difficult to fill. The board of supervisors is in receipt to day of bids for the furnishing of the new court house extension, and also for the gas and electric light fixtures. There are three bidders on the former, and it will take con siderable time to look them over and de-' cide where to place the contract, as the bids not only include the furniture, but also the plans for furnishing the several rooms, both points having to be considered. The trial of Charles 15. Welsh for tho murder of Otto Anderson at the Needles will come up in Department one tomorrow. Welsh is out on .*2OOO ball. Miss Lutie V. Colbert, teacher in the P street school, contemplates taking a hus band for a Christmas present, und will go east to reside, in" Missouri, after the cere mony, which will take place at Redlands next Sunday. The examination of teachers commenced this morning, with twenty-nine candidates for the primary grade, the smallest number for many years. SANTA MONICA Attempted Incendiarism—lmportant Meeting of Town Trustees SANTA MONICA, Doc. 19.—A fire-bug was abroad in Santa Monica thie morning. About fl:S0 oelocli .lames Orivas, who keeps a candy store at the corner of Ocean and Utah avenues, suw an unusual light back of the buildings. Tbe rear of tho kitchen of the Xl Paso restaurant was ablaze. Drives gave the alarm by firing his revolver and nulling the front door ot tha establisbmen, rousing Charles Kaincs, tho proprietor, who lives over the restaurant! with his family. A few pails of water ex tinguished the fire. Rains stated this morning that there had not been any fire in the range in the kitchen since Wednesday. The blaze bad l>cen started from beneath on the outer comer of the kitchen. The proprietor and others are certain that it wus tiie work of an in tendiary- The meeting of the town trustees this af ternoon was of more than usual interest. The contract for lighting the town for tho ensuing year was accepted, as was also tho care of tbe electric fire alarm system. Tho town pays $111 per month for the care of the system until a storage battery is put in, when it is to lie maintained free of charge, A communication was received from Gov ernor Smith of the Soldiers' home asking to be allowed to connect the home sewer to that of this place. The matter was re ferred lo a committee of tbe whole to report at the next meeting. Resolutions were adopted asking the leg islature to pass a law allowing cities of the sixth class to make contracts for lighting; also an amendment allowing sixth class cities to acquire property for cemetery pur poses. ORANGE Mission Work by Christian Women, News Notes ORANGE, Dec. 19.—The Christian church was well filled on Sunday evening when the C. W. B. M. auxiliary held the annual meeting observing' Educational day. Mrs. E. S. Leach presided and read a paper touching Upon the general work of tho Christian Women's Hoard of Missions. Miss Annie Wood read a paper on Medical Missions. The Misses Crowell sang a duet. Mrs. S. M. Craddick read a paper on the Endowment of liible Chairs, and Mrs. N. B. McOhee one upon the Need of Missions. The services were closed by remarks by tlie pastor. On Saturday Miss Maud Taylor was in Orange purchasing presents and decorations for a Christmas tree which she will give to her pupils at Yorba. Miss Taylor has taught at the Yorba public school for three years, and says that the aptness of her Mexi can pupils makes teaching them a pleasure. On Saturday Will IT. Frederick of Or ange and Carrie M. Cose of Santa Ana were married by Hcv. Alex Parker, D. D. at his home east of Orange. Y. W. C. A. All members of the \. W. C. A. who are alone in the citj- are invited to be present at the a miaul Christmas dinner to be given on, Monday, Dec. 20th, at the association rooms.