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War Department Signal Service U. S. Army. Division of Telegrams and Reports for the Benefit of Commerce and Agriculture. Re port of observations taken at Los Angeles, California. Djcember 1,1886: ■ I m o a B DAILY HERALD. JOSEPH D. LYNCH A CO., Proprietors. DXLI V KHKO BY CARRISKS AT FIFTEEN CENTS PER WEEK. Terms by mail, including postage: Daily Ukrald, one year *_ <J> Daily Herald, six months. * JJJ Daily Herald, three mouths ; IX Wsiklv Hvrald, one year. 2 to Wbbkly Herald, six months 1 S Wbbkly Hbbald, tnree months.... <*> The Herald is tne official paper of the eltyof Los Angeles. The city delinquent tax lists and all other municipal notices appear only an Its columns. Remittances sbould be made by draft, cheek, Postofflce order or postal note. The latter should be sent for all sums less than ■ye dollars. Office of publication. 75 North Spring street, Los Angeles. Telephone No. lib. TWELVE PAGES. Tne Republican Nominee for mayor. The selection of the Republicans tor Mayor was an essentially weak one. "Dr." French should not have placed himself in the calcium light of criticism if he did not desire to be thoroughly viewed and discussed. In the first place he is a "Doctor" by the most violent strain possible of an exaggerated courtesy, being a dentist by profession. We have no doubt that the Republican candidate for Mayor, by main strength and awkwardness, can manage to drag a tooth out by the roots, but there his accomplishments end. As a matter of fact, he is almost the most illiter ate man in the State of California. His deficiencies in educational qual ifications are as profound as they are Lamentable. The subtle sinuosities of any form of learning are to him far worse than the Ariadne's web of old, and he is no Theseus to unravel them. We are in an unwonted good humor, and we agree to give him the support of the Herald for Mayor if he shall ancceed in spelling three out of five aim pie words that we will propound to him in a public contest. As the Republican party is shouting itself hoarse in favor of competitive exam inations as a prerequisite to eligibility to trusts of any kind, the nomination —fit Br. French was a gross blunder. Intentionally or no, it was a dead give away of the party. "But," will say the Republicans, who know fully as well as we do, the scholastic and other deficiencies of French, "while our candidate is neither recommended by the elegance of his manner, nor by his intellectual equipment, he has been a wheelhorse in the City Council, and has super intended the expenditure of $200,000 worth of the city's moneys." It is indeed true that the "Doctor" has figured as the dispenser of the muni cipal coin, and it is also a matter of general notoriety how extravagantly and shamelessly this money has been squandered. There are few Angelefios who will fail to remember how thousands upon thous ands of dollars of the city's funds were thrown bodily into the bed of the Los Angeles river, never to be heard from again. And so likewise wherever unthinking waste and pur poseless expenditure could be achieved. The profligate expendi tures of our municipal government, of which he was a part, were a lead ing cause in the local political revo lution at the late election. In his career in the City Council the Republican candidate for Mayor was principally distinguished by his lac k of intelligent purpose and con sistency. In a published card be has boasted of his having favored high license. It can be easily established that he wa- really opposed to that measure, and he now seeks to concil iate the vote of the godly by out- Heroding Herod in the sumptuary law line. No citizen who takes a pride in the growth of his superb young city can fail to look with disgust at the pros pect of French being Mayor. The tide of travel towards Los Angeles during the past four years, has been very large, and it embraces many distinguished people. Fancy their surprise and our mortification at the inevitable disclosure of French's illit eracy and incapacity ? We risk noth ing in assuming that the people of Los Angeles will not subject their visitors or themselves to such an ordeal. The Republicans had it iv their power to have singled out many ac com plished gentlemen as their candi date for Mayor. In tbe person of Dr. Cochrane they would have had a man of scholarly methods and fair abil ity. In Lieutenant-Governor Mans field they would had a gentleman of distinction, whose bonhomie would have left an agreeable impression upon the large visiting element, and one in whom his fellow citizens would have had implicit confidence. Hav ing the ability to choose these gentle men they preferred French, with all that that word implies. I'ndkß ordinary circumstances we would look with a good deal of good will upon our townsman, Col. Oscar Macy. As an individual we have liked him in the past, and have yielded to the witchery of his win ning ways. But we are determined lo know no weakness of this kind in LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1880. the discussion of this gentleman as a candidate for office. He seems to have eilioresced into a chronir office seeker of the most unmitigated type. While occupying the position of Su pervisor, he is now running for City Treasurer on the Republican ticket. But there are graver objections to Macy than his thirst for office. When the Democrats of Los Angeles, in the persons of Capt. Cameron K. Thorn, Refugio Bilderrain and Joseph I>. Lynch, appeared before the Board of Supervisors and demanded that the polling places should be increased to at least fifteen to enable the citizen to vote —such number being far less than the usual percentage in cities —it was Oscar Macy, amongst others, who made a mockery of this appeal by limiting the polling places to ten, and it was through his cun ning manipulation that two of the new precincts were so arranged as, instead of relieving the White House polling place, in reality to throw two hundred and fifty more votes into it. This programme * had for its sole ob ject the denial of the right to vote to a large portion of a ward which was known tojbe overwhelmingly Demo cratic ! The conspiracy was so far successful that it undoubtedly shut out a couple of hundred Democratic votes at the late election. In two of the new precincts only two hundred and thirty-two votes were cast, one hundred and forty-five in one and eighty-seven in the other. The mere enumeration of these figures shows how cunning and shameless this con spiracy was. That it accomplished its object cannot be denied, but surely no man who believes in the right of his fellow citizen to exercise the right of suffrage will vote for a person who lent himself to such a scheme of politfcal chicane. Certainly no man worthy of the name of Democrat will do so. When a politician allows his part izan impulses to get the control of his sense of right he ought to be sat down upon. The people of this city have an opportunity of delivering a lesson to Oscar Macy, snd they ought to avail themselves of it. The Democratic City Ticket. The Democratic City Convention last night did their work in putting a municipal ticket before the public with excellent judgment. Thete is not, at this late hour, an opportunity to refer to these gentlemen in detail. That pleasing task is reserved for a future occasion. The nominees will be found in the local columns of the Herald. They are, almost without exception, taken from our old, well known and well tried citizens. They will administer public affairs witli a wise integrity, and with a carefulness of action which must result to the great advantage of the taxpayers, and indeed of all those whose lot it is to dwell within the limits of the Angelic City. While the editor of the Hebald does not think it necessary to be con tinually referring to the late Con gressional contest, he is constantly receiving inquiries of which the sub joined is a fair specimen: Joseph D. Lynch : I would like to have a short and square answer to two questions: 1. Are you elected? 2. Do you think you will get your seat? Fraternally yours, Democrat. San Bernardino, Nov. 29th. In reply he would say (1) that he has been fairly elected; and (2) that he will unquestionably get his seat in the fiftieth Congress, if he lives. The trifling apparent plurality in fa vor of his opponent has been wiped out many times by frauds of singular shamelessness. By the Constitution of the United States the House of Representatives is made the absolute judge of the election and qualification of its members, and, consequently frauds can be satisfactorily attended to. The Herald has been uniformly favorable to the granting of all reasonable facilities to railway com panies. The more of them which come to Los Angeles the better, and we would condemn a niggardly course when they apply for accommodations for the tracks, workshops or depots of their roads. But the City Council ought to keep a keen eye upon the fact that Los Angeles is destined to be one of the great railway centers of the future, and it should therefore grant no exclusive privileges. It would never do to have the city shut off from railways which might here after desire to enter it. While being gracious to present applicants some thing should be reserved for those of the future. These cautionary remarks have reference to the city lands along the river bottoms. Be generous, but have an eye to the future, Messieurs of the City Council. Cremation for Los Angeles. Tbe Cremation Society of Southern California, a corporation, at a recent meeting of the directors passed a reso lution accepting a proposal for tbe build ing of a crematory. An order for one was then sent East, which will be erect ed under the superintendence of an ex pert. Dr. Lemoyne Wills is the secre tary of the company. It has not yet been determined where tbe crematory will be placed. Offers have been re ceived from the Evergreen and Rosedale Cemetery Companies. The Holiday Book Store. Mr. John Cogsn, who, as will be re membered, waa the proprietor of the Publishers' Book Store, in the Hollen beok Block, which did an immense busi ness last spring, offering books of the finest quality at one-tenth the regular price, has again arrived in the city and will open the Holiday Book Store at II!) North Spring street, opposite the Los Angeles county Bank. It ia needless to add that the people of Los Angeles srej to have an immense btaeßt. imvi;tii:\rs. Gil IM» OPERA HOI M.. H. 0. WYATT, MANAGER. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER MB. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! MI! AND MRS. W. J. WVORE N C E ! Iv a repertoire oi their brilliant successes. MONDAY EVENING, The World-lteuowaed Comedy, THE MIGHTY DOLLAR! TUESDAY EVENING, OUR GOVERNOR. WEDNESDAY EVE'G, DOMBEY AND SON. THURSDAY EVENING, TICKET OF-LEAVE MAN. FRIDAY EVENING THE FURT SATURDAY MATINEE, ONLY FLORENCE MATINEE. SATURDAY KVEJINO, FAREWELL PERFORMANCE. _O_F-SAleof seats commences Thursday at 10 A . M. DRESS CIRCLE AND ORCHESTRA, St. n3old RAZAAR OF NATIONS. OX ... TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7th, ....AT MOTT HALL, And continue one week, The LADIES ol the CHURCH of the UNITY will open a Bazaar of Nations. In the goods that will be offered for sale, and in the costumes of the ladles attending at the various booths, Japan, Turkey, Egypt, Iceland, Spain, France, England and an cient and modern America will be repre sented. There will also be numerous side at tractions, such as a fine Floral Booth, a Gypsy Tent, Rebecca at the Well, a very uni que Postofflce, Ice Cream, Confectionery, etc. Good mustc, a grand march in tbe na tional ostumes, ana other entertainments every evening. The Baztar will continue through the week, and it is tbe purpose to make it the most attractive ever held In onr city. n23-3t Parlor Dramatics. PROF. J. V. SPROUL WILL CONDUCT, at nominal Cost, Parlor Dramatics and tableaux for winter evening entertain ments. Address Box S, this office. no2l-lm DFBINESS CHANCES. WE INVITE PARTIES WHO WANT to go into sny line of business to call upon us, as we have ou our books nearly every line, and the prices are lower than the buyer could get direct from the owner. D. PEARL A CO., M 4 N. Spring street. dl-tf ITOK RaNT—A THIRIY-IIOOM BoARD -1 Ing-houße, centrally located; to be com pleted January 1, 18-7. Call on HERVEY LINDLEY, 76 N. Spring s'reet, room 6 n27lw GREAT BARGAIN—SULPHUR SPRINGS Hotel at Lang Station, on S. P. R. R,. and 2)0 seres of flue land, with plenty of wood aod water, for so c, in whole or in part. Title perfect. Altitude 1820 feet. No fogs. Fine orchards, vineyards, flower gardens, etc. Also, postofflce, express and telegraph offices at the door. The finest bargain iv the State will be given. Address JOHN LANG, Proprietor. n27-tf TO PHOTOGRAPHERS—A GOOD BLBl ness for sale. For particulars address J. HARDY, Photographer, Pomona, Cal. no2B-Iml OR SALE—CORNER GROCERY AND bar—Good location: good chance for the right man. Address A. G , this office. n2ot IjlOR SALE—IN SANTA AN A, AN OLD ! established dry goods store and tbe best locality in tbe town; a nice clean stock and reduced to about II .00; If sold soon will be sold at a great bargain. A. SNYDER, Santa Ana. n!Btf WANTED- PAYING BUSINESS OPPOR tunltles at P. C. Agency, 39 N. Spring. o!6 tf TF YOU WANT A PAYING BUSINESS i call at P. C. AGENCY, 39 N. Spring. 010 tf WAWTEP-HELP. \I,*ANTED-A YOUNG MAN WILLING TO T? make himself generally useful and to learn a good business. Apply at JOHN P. PECK'S real estate office. 18>_ South Spring street, between 8 and 10 o'clock. dllt WANTED —A SALESMAN, 150 A MONTH, in city; barber, 60 per cent; butcher, good wages; pipe fitter; 4 gtrls, general housework;2cbamb;rmids. 1 laundress, 3 men for general work. E. NITTINGER, Employment and Ticket Office, 15% North Spring street. Telephone 115. d 2 It ANTED — A FIRST-CLASS FANCY goods salesman at HALES, 7 and 9 Spring street Apply immediately. dl-2t ANTED — FIFTEEN FIRST-CLASS dressmakers immediately; only first class need apply. Apply to MISS R. t. AS BEAU, 17 South Los Angeles street, dl-tf W "ANTED—A COOK BY' MRS. E W. HELLMAN, corner of Main and Fourth streets. dl-3t WANTED— AGKNIS OR CANVASSERS to handle a quick-selling article needed iv every household; thousands already sold. To responsible, active parties, ex clusive right will be given. Address A. L. 8., 1020 Twenty-first street, San Francisco. dl-'.t \\r ANTED—A PRESS-BOY FOR GORDON v v presses. Inqufre at Herald job of flce. u3otf \I7ANTED—A GOOD GIRL TO DO GEN TV eral housework. Apply at 133 Temple street. n3utf ANTED-A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST tn light housework. Apply at 511 Court House street. n27 tf WANTED— A GIRL To DO GENERAL housework; German preferred. Apply aU5JJast First street. n2B-iw WANTED— TINNEKB AND PLUMBERS— Two good tin and sheet-tron workers; one plumber and gas fitter; first-class men only wanted, and for such a permanent sit uation and good wages will be given. J. G. BURT, San Bernardino, Cal. u24 lot lI 7 ANTED—MALE AND FEMALE HELP " at Employment office, 85 S. Spring st.; telephones l )!. nov7-lm WANTED—SITUATIONS. /100K—FRENCH YOUNG MAN WANTS I sttua'ton as cook; is satisfied with wages of 115 or $20 per month. If employers will give bim lessons in English. Address PfERRB, this office. d 2 2t WANTED— POSITION BY STENOGRA pher ou correspondence. "T." d 2 2t \i;ANTED-A SITUATION BY A FIRST * class cook Address X., this office. dl-4t tITANIED-PtiSITION AS WET NURSE. IT C«U at 3>;< Center st. nSOTnThSu Wl ANTED— SITUATION BY A LADY vv nurse, who has had ten years experi (nee in treating rh juinatic patients by poul t ciug unit wuo will guarantee a cure in the worst cases. Call at 326 Bueua Vista itreet. Ml-- J. B. BADNEY. n3O 6t wis i r.n raise ci.landoi is. TO CAPITALISTS—WANTED A POBITION as Superintendent by experienced pro cessor ana manager (10 years' experience as manager) in frutt cannery. Address A. 8., P. O. box 481, city. poll lm ILD ANIMALS WANTED—The highest cash price will be paid for lire wild animals of all kinds, such as mountain lions, wild cats, deer, antelope, bear, coons, etc. Large wild birds ana monkeys also wanted. Apply at OSTRICH FARM yBtf On Los Fells Bonoho, _ WANTED— IF YOU WANT A GOOD meal, go to the Stevenson House Res taurant, corner of First and Los Angeles streets. n27-lm EMPEOtIWENT BtBBAIH. A— lEMPLOYMENT OFFICE, R. R. _%__ JjSMJid Ticket Broker and Real K» s_* I late Agent. Property sold on installment*, c ft. NIT TINGES, removed to UM X. Spring, i Telepnon* lis. Rasldsnce Fifth and Hop*! FOR SALE. TO PHOTOGRAPHERS — I HAVE A 10x10 camera box aud stand, all com plete, and eleven lenses, i 1-9— Nos. I aud 8, tne best that is made, and ous 10x10 view box aud tripod, and many other things I will sell cheap, at It Rose street, near First, Los Angeles. JOSEPH MADRU. b_ : lt_ l TjlOR SALE—THE SAN BERNARDINO J Steam Washer by HARPER* REYNOLDS, 48 aud 50 N. Mnln st.. L<>B Augeles. dl 2w L-lOR S.VLE-A SECOND-HAND PIANO r of a standard make, Jl5O. Enquire of FRANK ENGLKR, at the Nadeau House. n025-tf I TO It R ALB—79 HEAD OF HORSES, JUST 1 arrived from Oregon: single and in matched pairs. BULL'S HEAD. Eighth St., from M itn to Spring, Los Augeles. CAMP FIELD A HAYWARD n24U_ I?OR SALE—A NO. 1 COMBINATION I pool table, good as new; outfit sll com plete; also, a billiard Üblo in perfect or der 23 Vine st. n!7 lm FOR BALK—TEN LARGE DRAFT AND buggy horses at HATCHER'S, 25 S mth Los Augeles street. nlo 2w "JIIOR SALE—HOUSES ON THE INSTALL JJ ment plan ou easy terms; lodging houses centrally located; bouses aud lots lv all parts of town: aud acre property In town and country. ROCHESTER A LAY'- TON, No. 9 North Main St. n7-tf I TOR SALE — A LADIES' SEALSKIN coat, nearly new, at a hargiiu. Addicts E , Herald office. nlOtf ITOR BALE-60 HEAD OF NO. 1 MILCH 1 cows, will he sold iv a lot or lv parts, to suit purchasers. Apply to P. G. EDDY A CO.. 15 W. First st. n9 tf fOR SALE—One of the best paying aud best stocked drug stores in Los Angeles will be sold or exchanged foi ctty or coun try property, or oue half will be sold to a good man. Apply to R. C. GUIRADO, 281 North Main st. au3tf LiTOR SALE—A butcher shop; everything JC complete. Owner must sell ou accduut of sickness. Inquire corner First aud Ala meda streets. jy£2tf tOR RENT. TO LET— SANTA MONICA, A RE-!I deuce: furnished; cleg .ntground*;near depot and ocean. Apply 131 New High n2B-5t mo LET—A LABGE STORE, SUITABLE L for any business, 222 Downey avenue, East Los Angeles u2ltf ROOMS TO LET. THE LANKERSHIM BLOCK, FIRS T clasB apartment house, with all mod ern improvements, east side of Spring Btreet, between Third and Fourth, with apartments, management and attendance the best, wtll soon be open. A few rooms will be let unfurnished if applied for early. Apply to M. H. Wl-'i-l.s, Moutrose House, corner Fourth aud Main streetj. d 2 lm O RENT-YOU WILL FIND PLEASANT and sunny rooms by the day, week or month at the Stevenson Home. ulO lm WANTED—'TO RENT. WANTED— TO RENT A SMALL lIOUBE or cottage not too far from b slness center; would be willing to buy on Install ments. Address A. 8., this office. dl-2t ANTED —TO RENT A FI'RNISHED house of 7 or 8 rooms, conventent to business portion, with ample grounds and carriage- house; rooms must have provision for heating; possession desired by Decem ber Ist. Address P. O. box 1438, stating loca cation of house. n'27-tf ANTED—'TO RENT A COTTAGE OF five or tlx rooms, iv a convenient lo catiou; will pay *30 or $35 per month. Ad dress P. O. box 226, city, stating 1. cation of house. o2Btf ROAR IS AND EUDttINM. / 10MFORTABLE BOARD AND LODGING \_j offered lv exchange for light house keeping duties. MRS. T., 117 South Bunker Hill avenue. n025- SUNNY ROOMS AND BOARD.—SOUTH Main Street—Sunny rooms and excellent board. nl7 2w PRIVATE BOARDING, SOUTH SPRING Street. Pleasant sunny rooms and rates reasonable. n!7 lm ASHLEY HOTEL, THIRD STREET, SEC oud door from Fort street. New and elegantly furnished rooms, single or en>suito. Table supplied with the best in tbe market. Liberal arrangements made with parties by tbe month. The Ashley is centrally located; the street cars pass the door. R. ASHLEY, Proprietor. ocBo tf PRIVATE BOAKDING. WHUELEK'S Highland Villa, Corner! First and Hill streets. Neatly furnished sunny rooms. House supplied with pure spring water and all modern Improvements. First class ta ble board, $5 per week. Hot and cold wa ter; baths free to guests. Telephone 444. olstf BELLEVUE TERRACE, FORMERLY Plckit Villa. 489 Pearl street, Los Ange les, Cal. The finest location in the city; take Sixth street cars. "Bellevue Terrace" consists of three buildings, sll connected by front porch, and contains 140 as desirable rooms as can be found in Southern Califor nia. Board and room $2.00 and $2.60 per day. Liberal arrangements made with per sous desiring rooms and board by the month or year. Telephone 518. DANIEL PiCKIT, Mrs KATIE E. PICKIT, Proprietors ___________________________________________ STRAYED. (JTRAYED OR STOLEN—MARES FROM ij the Judson place on Flgueroa street: one bay mare, having saddle marks, weigh ing about 800 pounds; also, oue gray mare with halter on, strongly built, weight 1000 pounds. A liberal reward will be paid for tbetr return lo A. C. SHAFER. u2B-tf FINANCIAL. \M ONEY* TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. O. ITA W. MORTIMER, 74 Temple Blk_nlllm MONEY TO LOAN AT 6 PER CENT, and 1 commission, in turns over fsooo P. O. Box 14(10. nov7 lm DYE WORKS. I 1 ERMAN DYE WORKS, 123 SOUTH MAIN XX street—Dyeing and cleaning of blankets, flannels and shawls a specialty. GEORGE BOEKHOFF, Proprietor. ou6 tf PARISIAN BTE AM~DYEING AND CLEaN ing Works. Dyeing snd cleaning of ev ery descrfptton. Ladies' dresses dyed with out ripping. Kid Gloves, Flannels! Ribbons and Blankets made to look like new. Offlee: lis South Spring street. Dye Works: Cor ner New High and Bellevue avenue. 02 J. VOLLKT, Proprietor. LOS ANGBLSB STEAM DYEING AND Cleaning Company. Office—Corner of Mafn aud Arcadia streets, opposite Wells, Fargo A Co. Dyeing and cleaning of every description of ladtes' and gents" clothing. Orders taken and delivered. Send postal card. Telephone No. 227. sep9 JAMES LARQUIEB, Manager. CITY STEAM DYING AND CLEANING Works—A. Lor rain. Office 120 South street, opposite the old place. Dyeing and Cleauiug of every kind of ladies' and gent's clothing, crape, shawls, silk and lacs, kid gloves and shoes, flannel and ribbons, lace curtains, blankets, made equal to Dew. Black silk dresses made a specialty. Dye works Ne. 86 South Los Angeles St. Great reduction in price. aulo6m PERSONAL. ~ NOTICE— MY SON CHARLES IS NOT authorized to obtain any goods or money on my account, under any circum stances. I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by him. J. 11. GRAY, El Monte, Cal., November 26, 1886. n27-stdltw $~ WORTH FREE. SUPERB DEVELOP ment of lorm and limbs, a pure, lovely complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air Bumps. Book on "Physical Culture" free. R. L. C. HARMON, 813,llalght street, San Francisco, Cal. n026-ly EXCURSIONS. LM. WALTER'S EXCURSIONS GOING . East, leave Los Angeles 81-Monthly. Office, St. Elmo Hotel. sep!2tf \>IOLET'S NEXT EXCURSION LEAVES November 17th. The only complete out fit on the road. Office, 248 North Main street. a!7tf PHILLIPS' POPULAR PLEASURE PAR ties going East leave here October 16 and SO, November 18, December 4 and 18. Call on or address A. PHILLIPS A CO., 184 North Main street, Lv Angeles. au6-tf WARNER BROS. A CROSBY, OF 882 North Main street, Los Angeles, Ex cursions East and West at lowest rates, and < Sleasaut accommodation. Call on or ad i ress them for par Honiara snd rates. i soll-ft ARTISTS. : ROF. BOMEO BERRA. TUB ITALIAN | Fresco and Scenic Artist, executes all > work in any desired style, ancient and mod- ' crn, for churohes, public balls, theatre* and I residences. Origintai plans In any style of t decoration drawn to order. All work war- < ranted satisfactory. Studio, Boom 11 No. I 108 North Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. > sepU tf • sjmgß-— BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. l?OR SALE-HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS, C bath, pantry, etc ,on Second street ca ble rosd; price 52600, 11000 cash. Apply to JULIUS LYONS, Room 18 Templo Block, third floor. di tf jfOl SALE-ONE ACRE IN EAST LOS H Angeles, midway between Downey ave nue railroad and proposed Kurtz street railroid. Apply to JULIUS LYONrI, Room 18 Temple Block, third floor. d 2 tf TjIOR SALE-TWO LOTS ON VIRGINIA J; street, opposite Second Street Park, price $600 each. Apply to JULIUS LYONS, R :om 18 Temple Block, third floor. d 2 tf FOR SALE—AT BOYLE HEIGHTS, AT a bargain, two 5-acretracts, fronting Eu clfd avenue, near Steveusou avenue; close • to cars and commanding one of the finest views In the city; owner has been obliged to leave the city on business and hss in structed us to sell; can be subdivided and purchase price doubled Immediately. Ap ply at once to Los Angeles Laud Bureau, G. W. FRINK, President, 20 West First j s reet. dl-tf i IT OR SALE -LOTS ON INSTALLMENTS; I Improved aud unimproved city prop • erty: fruit and alfalfa farms; acre property ' suitable for subdivision N. HAMPTON A ; CO., lis West First St. nSO 3g TO INVESTORS—ELEGANT SUBURBAN property and tracts for subdivision. J. H. BURKS, Lawyers' Block, Temple street, I room I. n2B lm f[H)R SALE OR EXCHANGE—64O ACRES of land In Tulare county; laud all Al, • snd easily cultivated; free from sand or alkali; patented title; price ts per acre; or wtll exchange for Los Angeles city property. Address E. O MILLER, Visnlia, Cal. niste ORANGE GROVE FOR BALE—47. ACRES, part Washington Navels and Seedlings, ' just beginning to bear; now loaded with flue fruit; trees perfectly healthy, positively no , scale; rich soil and A No. 1 water right; pri vate cement reservoir ou the place that cost . $2500; small house and stable; seven miles ; from Los Angeles, near railroad station; I place pays, aud will improve in value each year. Price 12:0 an acre, with prcsem or ange c op, if sold before picking time; am . obliged to sell. For full particulars ado rets OWNER, P. O. Box 8.1, Los Angeles, Cal. novi lm INARMS AND TOWN LOIS—FARMS OF ! all sizes, from five to sixteen huudred r acres of land for sale; one of 800 acres a spe t cial bargalu; also town lots In the Iron Sul j phur Springs Tract. New life iv and near this family resort, incideu*. o the comiug of ' the ratlroads. The best of natural mineral . waters and baths. C. T. WIDNEY & CO , Fußon Wells P. O. Cal. uozl-tf FOR SALE CHEAP-NICE HOUSE AND lot; six rooms, bath and stable; on good street; lew minutes walk from Pott office; house now vacant; price, 12800, ou f essyteims. R. YERCH, Room 80, Temple ' Block. nl7 lm s ITOR SALE—6 FINE LOTS ON MAIN ST. L Cars will begin to run by these lots on , Monday, and they are sura to double iv 90 days; see them if you want to make money, j, Call at 253 N. Main St. Ll4 tf r poR SALE—THE FOLLOWING CHOICE 1? property: I 53 feet on west side Charity street 11650 55 feet (cor.) ou west side Charity st ... 1800 . Lot south side Eleventh s reet 500 , Lot south side Twelfth street 450 • Lot 50x160 bet. Main and Charity sts .. 700 » New 10 room house on Temple st 65W) ROCHESTER A LAYTON, . n2B-tf 9 Noith Main street. ' IT'OH SALE—Bargains on the installment , X; plan. 6-room house and 2 lots on Bunker Hill ! avenue; price $3000. 5 room house aud lot on Bellevue avenue; ' J2OCO. 5 room cottage on Chaves street, 11350. t 5 room cottage and lot on Turner street, Apply to P. G. EDDY A CO., 15 West First f street. oct26-tf t'OK SALH.—AI a bargain, ioo'scres of the choicest hue.. In Cahueuaa Valley, only a short distance from the Electric Cable : line on Pico street; on tbe road leading to j Ballona and Santa Monica harbor; said . tract having the most commanding ocean . and mountain view of any location iv the Cabuenga Valley; suitable for subdividing - into small tracts; offered for a few days at 1 half its real value. For particulars apply to t P. G. EDDY & CO., No. 15 West Fhst street. oct26-tf 1 l?OR SALE—A beautfful home; 10 room ' I cottage, one or two acres of laud, near . Ellis Villa College. Apply to P. G. EDDY A - CO., 15 West First street. 0c26-tf 1 T7IOR SALE—LOTS IN FAI RMOt'N T, FAIR '_F view and Sherman Tracts. Houses and 1 lots In city and country. Fine ranches at . low prices at SMITH A CUMMINGB, 13 Mar ' ket street, opposite Court House. uo2ltf i EDUCATIONAL. | — 1 COMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL BOOK keepfng, Penmanship and Arithmetic tnorougnly taught at rooms 11 and 12, Schu macher Block. L. B. LAWSON, Principal. aul ROF. CUYAB WILL BE PREPARED TO receive his pupils in the Spanish Inn- Suage on the 20th of September at his resi ence. "PLAZA HOUSE. ' 8 YOUNG LADIES — FOUR" teenth term. Miss Ackleson's Private School for Young Ladtes and Misses; open ing day, Monday, August 30th. 312 Second street. a 25 tf ITUSTLOB ANGELEB INBTIUTE. BOARD- Ij lng and Day School for young ladles and children. Corner Griffin avenue and Kuhrts street. For circular and admission address Use. DELEVAL, P. O. box 290. 010 MRS. N. CATCHING, INSTRUCTION IN Piano, Guitar, and Voice Culture. Terms $8 a month in advance. Beginners in piano snd guitar so. Extra charge for lessons at resideucee. 17 years' experience. 319 Temple street. au7 A" FARINIB MUSICAL STUDIO RE . moved to No. 11 West First street, Rooms 10 and 11. Opera and concert stage a specialty; also, church and oratorio. Full half -hour lesions. oltf ST. VIBOBNT^ - COLLEGE, SIXTH ST. Course, Collegiate and Commercial. Tu ition, embracing all branches, $50 per an no n. Tuition, with board and lodging. t'2SO yer annum. For Catalogue address REV. A. . MEYER, C. M., St. Vincent's College, Los Augeles, Cal. sep!9 McPHERRON ACADEMY. BOARDING and Day School for Boys. Grand aven ue, between Sixth and Seventh streets. Ex cellent new building. Fall term opened Sep tember 23d. 1886, and is now in successful progress. For circulars, address McPHER RON BROS., 602 Grand aye., Los Angeles, Cal. auB LOS ANGELES CONSERVATOR Y~OF Mu sic, No. 406 South Main street—lnstruc tion furnished In all branches of Vocal and Instrumental music. Also Elocution'anl Languages, both ancient and modern. Each department is under the charge of Profess ors havfug the highest testimonials, both in Europe and the United States, classes in Harmony, Theory, Sight Reading and Vocal Music. Day and evening olssses In French, Sauveur's new method, by Prof. Garneau. Musicales and French Soirees monthly. For particulars apply to MRS. E. J. VALENTINE, President. n025-tf E I. A N EOtlS. CJHORTHAND AND TYPE-WRITING pu is) pils. ELI AS LONGLEY, for 25 years a practical reporter and, author of pho nographic instruction books, gives special attention to qualifying young ladies, as well as gentlemen, to supply the growing demand for shorthand clerks. Boom 16, Allen Block, Los Angeles. di cod lm LADIES WISHING FASHIONABLE AND stylish dresses oall on MRS BORLAND, late of San Francisco, 21 Third street, be tween Main and Spring street, Terms rea souqble. di tf LW. WELIS, DENTIST, ESTABLISHED , 1882—Dental rooms 2:1 .South Spring street, Boeder block. Teeth extracted with out pain. Special attention paid to filling te th. dl-tf NOTICE OF DIB3OLUTION-NOTICE~TB hereby given that the partnership here tofore existing In the city of los Angeles, county of Los Augeles, State of California, between Hcnault A Berlone is this day dis solved by mutual consent. The business has been purensoed by Mr. Berlone, who will hereafter conduct the business. Los Angeles, November 80,1886. dl-2t HOMOEOPATHIC PHARMACY JUST opened at HSU West First street, Lsr roude block, opposite Nadeau House, Los Angeles. E. T. M. HURLBURT, M. D„ Pro prietor, dl lm jr-3=»MABONIC NOTlCE—Signet a Chapter No. 57, R. A. M., _f\ annual meeting tbis (Thursday) Jf evening at 7X ''. m. Election of /N__r\ officers. Sojourning R. A. M. In ' ~ good standing are cordially invited. R. F. MULLARD, ailt ADA ME C. ANTONIA, M. D., INDE pendent Medium; 16 years of large practice in San Francisco; correct diagno sis aud sure, careful treatment of all dis eases. Ladles and gentlemen can consult her on all and every affair of life, specula tion, mines, ores, etc., 11l South Maiostreet, opposite Cathedral, from 11 a. m. to 9 r. at. Diseases of women and chronlo diseases a specialty. English, French and German spoken. 431 m ISUBCBL.E ANEOCS. 1 EAGLESON & CO. 50 NORTH SPRING STREET, Branch, of* San Francisco. AN IMMENSE STOCK OF MEN'S UNDERWEAR IN ALL THE BEST MAKES. CARDIGAN JACKETS I . Lamb's Wool and Merino Hosiery, Silk and Wool Mufflers, etc., etc AT FACTORY PRICES! ONE PEICE O IS!" LV j EAGLESON" & OOJ TJ HILL PROPERTY. Rapid Transit. Ocean "View. NOB HILL. THE TENDENCY.OF THE BEST IMPOVEMENTB IN RESIDENCE PROPERTY 18 out on the hills, west snd southwest of the City Hall. Recognising the fact that the coming city is to be built on these beautiful hills, the owners of the NOB HILL. TRACT have subdivided SEVENTY ACBES of choice hill property Into LARGE VILLA LOTS And are offering them for sshort time at sere prices and on very reasonable terms. The owners do not "want the earth," and they are willing to sell at a very moderate advance on first coßt, preferring to let early buyers have an opportunity to make something In the raptd rise In values which is sure to come. The Nob Hill Tract Lies just six minutes' walk from tbe present terminus of the Second-street cable line and will be only one block from the line when its contemplated extension to the city limits takes place. On the other side the tract adjoins the new CITY LAKE PARK, and will be only one blook from the Motor road on Seventh street. The streets will be graded as soon as the weather will permit, and it is confidently expected that work will shortly be commenced on several handsome residences. PROF. J. A. FISHER, now of the John Hopkins University, Baltimore, writes that he is now perfecting the plans for the creattoi of s bulldi ng for Kirkwood Seminary, on block D of the Nob Hill tract. Some beautiful lots remsin unsold, and those who with to buy for speculation or a home are invited to inspect this tract. NOB 1111.1. OFFERS — Large Villa Lots, Acre Prices, Easy Terms, Fresh Air, Pure Water, Perfect Drainage, Rapid Transit, Nearness to Business Center, Mountain and Ocean View. For maps, prices and other Information apply to the owners, JOHN C. KOFOED, No. 841 Sou lb II 111 Street. S. A. mATTISON, Room 23 Schumacher Black. FRED In ALLLS, Room S8 Baker Hlock. FREE CARRIAGE TO NOB HILL, with maps, prices, etc.. furnished by H. H. WILCOX. Sole Agent, 341 North Spring Street, £. HABBIS & CO., STRICTLY ONE PRICE. London Clothing Company. ■ ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. AT PRESENT OUR STOCK OF MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING IS COMPLETE AND ATTRACTIVE. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE OF OHABGE TO SECURE A PERFECT FIT, thereby placing our goods on an EQUAL FOOTING ! with the BE3E CUSTOM TAILORS. Out oi-towu oustomers will find It to their interest ' to forward thefr orders to the London Clothing Company, Corner Spring and Temple Sts., Los Angeles, Cal. nS« E. HABBIS * CO.