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There is f162,525.13 in the County Treasury. The great Pavilion is to be built at last. Bids for work on the edifice are advertised for in the Herald to-day. The annual meeting of the Ladies' '-Benevolent Sooiety will beheld at 2:30 this afternoon, at Pythian Hall, 24 S. . Spring street. The sale of seats for the Florenoea be gins to-day at the Grand Opera House. Those who want good seats should so cure them early. Jehu 9. Taylor, the man who attempt ed to commit suicide on Tuesday by •wallowing arsenic, hss been placed in the county jail, to be examined for lunacy. Mrs. Annie Woods, alias Mother Sohwsrlz, a chronic disturber of the ■ peace, is detained in jail for examina tion by physicians in the Superior Court. She is believed to be insane. The announcement oi Mr. Wm. H. Workman, one of the old-timers and •est known citizens of Los Angeles, as 'site Demooratio nominee for Mayor of ' the city ia in the Herald to-day. Bryant k Walton, the furniture deal ers on Third street, above Fort street, will soon remove to more commodious quarters that are now being specially fitted up for them ia the Lankershim block. A citizen calls the attention of the Herald reporter tn the fact that the <Jity Fathers are forever forbidden to .grant a franoise for a street railway track over the new Buena \ ista street bridge. It is said that Baldwin and Unruh in tend to build a railroad track from San Gabriel to Monrovia over the road sur veyed during the spring, which would Ma through the Hose, Chapman and l Baldwin ranches, . A. H. Miller lost his gold watch about tares months ago. About a week ago he saw it exposed for sale in the pawn broker's shop of A. S. Josephs, Spring street. The watch was recovered by means of a search warrant, and Justice ' Austin ordered it returned yesterday to Mr. Miller. The case of E. J. Baldwin, accused of having pulled a pistol against a negro named Latimore, was tried yesterday at Ban Gabriel by Justice Bishop, who found him guilty of assault. On the other hand Latimore was found guilty of malicious mischief for having broken down a gate belonging to Baldwin. Lena Winter yesterday had the com plaint against Charles Winter, her hus band, who had threatened to murder faer if she did not go away into the country with him, dismissed. After talking a little while together in Justioe Austin's court room tney bridgtd the bloody chasm and left onoe more united. L. Harris k Co., the clothing dealers at 83 North Spring street, hare secured a lease for a term of eight years of one of the stores in tbe Phillips block tbat is ■bout to be erected on Springand Frank lin streets. The store will be 60 feet front and 120 feet in depth. They will carry on a hrst-class retail clothing and furnishing goods business in their new •tore. The following well known people are ■topping at the Ashley House: G. P. Wallace and sister, of Napa; E J. Castle, Pueblo; Col. E. G. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Camell, O. H. Childs and wife, San Diego; C D. Por ter, San Diego; E. Bennett, wife and eon, Topeka; G. W. Polly, wife and son, Chicago; Albert Meyer, Chicago; 'lira Emma Meldrun, two daughters and sea, Colorado. Personal Mention. 1 Gen. Wm. V andever is at the St. El eao. ' Mr. R. C. Hsrris, of Orange, is at the Pteo. Mrs. Partington and her son Ik c are at the Pico. Mr. W. E. Martin, of Pomona, is at the St. Elmo. ' Mr. W. J. Hiwley, of San Francisco, is at the Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Roe, of New York, •re at the St. Elmo. J. W. McClellen and wife, of Ken tucky, are at the St. Elmo. C. H. Gatch and son, of Dcs Moines, la., are at the St. Elmo. E. E. Rives and brother, of James town, Dak., is stopping at the St. Elmo. Mr, J. J. Melius returned yesterday from San Francisco. Rev. Father Bouchard, the celebrated mission priest, returned to San Francisco yesterday. "A. O. U. W." Officers of , the Various Lodges lv the City. Los Angel es Lodge No. 55, A. O. U. W., have elected the following officers for the ensuing term: P. M. W., C. H. White; M. VV, A. F. Ma okay; Foreman, Robert Green; Overseer, W. R Wil liams; Recorder, Walter Devereux; Fi nancier, F. 8. Graham; Receiver, Al Cooler; Trustee, C. H. While; Guide, JohnSisson: Inside W., R. W. Parker; Outside VV., Cbas. Massey; Medical Ex aminers, Drs. Walter Liddley, Ross Kirk patrick. East Los Angeles, 230, A. 0. U. \V\: P. M. W., Geo. H. Case; M. W., C. D. Howrey; Foreman, Theo. Wood; Over seer, F. P. Holland; Recorder, W. F. Poor; |Finanoier, C. H. Matht-y; Receiv er, A. Anslyn; Guide, Geo. Beard; I. W., W. J. Arnold: 0. W., J. M. Dee tor. For tbe ensuing term of Southern Cal fornia Lodge No. 191, A. O. U. W.: P. M. W., T. F. Phillips; M. VV., J. B. Mason; Foreman, G. F. Conant; Over seer, C. 8. Johnson; Recorder, Homer C. Katz; Financier, O. H. Mason; Receiver, E. C. Gtidden; Guide, C. B. Tomkin?; Inside Watchman, F. W. Jones; Outside Watchman, Ed. Shrothe; Trustee, T. F. Phillips. Fellowship Lodge No. 234, A. 0. U. W.: P. M. W., C. F. Rutan; M. W., W. M. Green; Foreman, L J. Thomp son; Overseer, W. J. Scholl; Recorder, Alfred Jeffrey; Financier, J. C. Ollive.; Receiver, F. B. Fanning; Guide, F. W. Deokman; I. VV ,L. A. Major; O. W., G. W. Hazard; Trustee, J. A. Kelly; Medical Examiner, Dr. A. E. Wheeler. Land Office Business. Tbe United States Land Office trail- Mated tbe following business daring the month of November: 37 cash entries aggregating 2867.85 acres; 1 desert land ■entry aggregating 3287.89 acres; 48 homestead entries aggregating 6485.92 ■ores; «9 final home entries aggregating 1246.95%Mre5; 22 timber culture entries, 3706 45 sores; 47 declaratory statements of pre-emption and 4 timber and 1 min ing, applications were filed. HON. B. SPULLER. The French Beauty's Patriotic Address to Hie Countrymen. A number of French citizens met last nigbt at the Ccrcle Frangais, Merced Hall, to welcome tbe Hon. E. Spoiler, member of the Chambre dcs Deputes, of France, who arrived in Los Angeles yes terday. The honorable gentleman has been visiting throughout the United States and is now on his way back to his native oouulry. Mr. Leon Loeb, tbe Frenoh Consular agent in this oity, in troduced Mr. Spuller at 7:30 P. >t. Tbe honorable Deputy of the Department of Cote-dOr is apparently 65 years of age, tall and corpuleut and of a very distiu gaisbed and gentlemanly appearance. Immediately after having been intro duced to his compatriots Mr. Spuller told them tbat he was disappointed in not seeing more of his countrymen pres ent. He had not only hoped to see many of these, but also his countrywo men and their children. The speaker disclaimed any intention to make a set speech. He .felt pleased to have met his compatriots and knew that they would be glad to hear him talk of France. He would ask the permission of his audiense to sit down. The speaker then launched into a kind aud fathetly allocution, carried on iv a colloquial tone of voice, but through which at times his patriotic feeling lor France would burst forth snd carry away his hearers. He said that France had changed her former ideas regarding tbe usefulness of her sous residing in other countries; and that the speakor and the party to whioh he belonged believed that they were as useful to the mother country us those wbo remain at home, because travel is needed for the development of ideas. He bad been told of Los Angeles when he first set foot upon American soil. He had been assured that he would be well received wherever France was honored, but that in Los Angeles especially warm hearts would be anxious to welcome him. That had caused htm to make up bis mind to come here. He compared France, so small on the map and yet so great in the universe, with this immense country, of which he admired the en ergy, activity and enterprise, the art of winning and tbat of spending money, but his heart was still with his own dear France and so be would remain a French man. The speaker cautioned his hearers against allowing petty hates and strifes to cause dissentious among themselves. He advocated union, which is so much needed in the mother country and so much more required amongst the French in foreign lands. He wanted bis friends to understa d that the question of Mon archy in France was definitively settled and that Republicanism was the future of humanity. The France of the pres ent time is not the France of 1870. She has gone through a great many reverses, and has been humbled to the dust, but she is now recoving from the blow and will yet be worthy of the world. In the future she will have citizens and not subjects. Those very masses, those very men who on tbe 2nd of December had delivered France into the bands of one man are now the support ers of the Republic, and the most im partant part of the nation daily becomes more attached to that form of govern ment. The speaker assured bis hearers that tbe affairs of the Republic were in a flourishing condition, and that a recur rence of monarchy was impossible. He said that the Republic would never founder owing to exaggeration in thought, but he strongly advocated moderation in conduct. In conclusion he said tbat for the third time the form Of government in France was|a Republic and that the French meant to keep it. Then followed a few more sentences in which the speaker's sentiments of love and honor for his country were all pervading. Mr. G. LeMesnsger thanked the speaker in a few chosen sentences and Mr. Spuller tnen went into the audience and shook hands with all those present. Afterwards a banquet was tendered him by the members of tbe Cerole Frangais at the St. Elmo Hotel. In another column will be found an interring interview had with Mr. Spuller, in which he states his views on the French Republic and other matters regarding the politics of Europe. A Popular Tract. why lots on Victor Heights are selling faster than or other trscts—Because they are nearer the center of the city liberal in slid, with broad streets, snd within thirty days will have the best of water piped to every lot without extra charge to the pur chaser, tbe view unsurpassed, easy terms snd prices so low thst speculators bave made from one to four hundred dollars by reselling single lots within the last few days. We invito inspection of the compa ny's books and maps, at their headquarters, In the office ot Moore SnyderA Naramore's, 108 W. First, Nadeau Block, where free con veyances are passing to and from this tract all hours of the day. Tlie New Enterprise. It is expected thst the Soutnern California Land Co. (Baker Block) wlil soon place upon the market a splendid piece of property fn the very center of the oity and at less thau half the prioe of the far-away aye and six hundred dollars lots still wearying the pa tience of the public by perpetual advertise ments. The Homeliest Man In Los An. ajeles As well ss the handsomest men snd others sre Invited to call on H. 0. Godfrey and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throai and Lungs, s remedy that is sel'ing entirely upon its merits and la guaranteed to cure and relieve sll chronic and acute coughs, asthma, bronch'tls snd consump tion. Price 50c. and 81. Une>Thlrd of Auction Prices. ft fs not an "auction" when a oertaln sum must be obtained for tbe property bid on. The lots offered by the Southern California Land Co. (Baksr Block) are one-third of auction prices without a waste of time. Wait for the great Publishers' book sale which will be held st 119 Spring street, op Eoslte Los Angeles County Bank. This is a ranch of tbe Publishers' Book Store, 834 Market street, Ssn Francisco. Booming Masts Atsta Valley. The most productive snd delightful val ley in Southern Cslitornls la becoming s new center of sttrsctlon for all who sre looking for profitable Investments. Reliable information can b» obtained at the office of 0. Z. Culver, Immigration agent, 34 North Spring street. Walt for the great Publishers' book sale which will be held at 119 Spring street, op poilte Los Angeles County Bank. This Is a branch of the Publishers' Book Store, 881 Market street. Ban Francisco. Bias for Brick Work and Exca vation. Rids will be received at the office of KF sor, Morgan A Wall's, architects for the brick work and excavation on the new pa vilion building up till Monday, Deoember 6th, st 5 p. M. Wait for the great publishers' book ssle whioh will be held st 119 Spring street, op posite Los Angeles County Bank. This it a branch of tbe Publishers' Book Store, 834 Market street, San Francisco. The citizen's Water Company nave con tracted to pipe water to every lot in the Victor Heights tract within thirty days. Over sixty lota sold in tbe Victor Heights In leu then one week. Strangers invited to tske s ride to victor Heights. Rheums for Rbeumstltm, scbst and pains Damlana Bitters regulate tbe stomach Michel Levy A Co., wholesale liquor dealers sgsuts. Passengers Coming. The' steamer Oils tbe failed from San Francisco ycsterd \y with the following pas- I sengers: For Los Angeles-Miss Henry. Frank dor lew, Master Corlew, J W VsnVorst, J H i Hunt. Miss Wlswell, Judge T X Wilson, Miss I Welsh, Miss (trace Welsh, J i Meyer, DI I man, T W Slmes, W R 81mes, Mrs 0 L Dav enport, Mrs L Van, W Barber, A R Peiry, Miss Johnson, Mrs Cook. A never failing remedy for cough?, colds an 1 sore throats, is Red Star Cough C ure. Viideltvercd Messages. The following undelivered messages re main st the Telegraph otlioe, No. IT North Main street, Mrs P Galge, Mrs Mary Payne, L Olld macher, David Kay, P C DornaUoh, J H Lynch, Robert Kuight, Mrs Lillian Leslie, Maunel Carrisosa, Mrs Boater and 0 H Churchill. Mall players should use St. Jacobs oil for bruises aud sprains received while playing The extraordinary advantages In buying SILKS of J. M. Hale A Co. are well under stood at alt times, and our assortment his stood the test when comparisons have beeu made with silks bought at other stores. Hol iday goods are pouring in upon us daily, aud* we propose every day for the next leu da vs to place on our counters something new; distinct lines which will be appreciat ed, and st such prices as will meet with the approbation of tbe purchasing public. These bargains will be offered daily from Thursday, December 2d to Saturday, Decern bor it'h Inclusive, after which date the great attraction will be the finest display of Christmas goods ever seen in Los Angeles, EXAMINE APPENOEO LIST. Black gros grain silks at 11.20; reduced from si."s. Black gros grain silk at 91.75; reduced from 92.25. Black gros grain silks at 92; reduced from #2.60. Black gros graiu silks at 12.25: reduoed from 92.75. Black gros grain silk at 92.C0; reduced from 93. Silks st 98, *!*.•> snd 94 per ysrd; reduced from 93 50, 93 75. aud M 50. We wtll also offer to-day a beautiful lino of colored gros grain silks at SI; guaranteed pure silk, the purity of which has been thoroughly tested, together with an assorted lino oi colors, at *i.' 0 per yard; worts 12. A beautiful line of Surabs in black will be offered at II '5, 9130. $1.50 and 81.76; worth 91 r.2, 91 80. 92 aud 92.25. Our entire ltne of colored Surabs wtll be offered at 91 25 and St 50; worth 91.75 and 92. black brocaded silks are used to a very great extent in combining with p'aln colors and are exceedingly fashlouable—at 91.25. 91 75 and 92 per yard In black, snd 91,1125 snd 91.75 in colors. This line caunot be compared, and we invite particular atten tion to it. Black silk panels containing one and one-quarter yards each at 14 per pattern are in great domaud, and we offer tne very few which we have left at si each. Every one who has fo.lowed Hale A Co. through a series of sales fully knows that we mean business, and we Invite attention for the next ten days, after which date the fin est line of Christmas novelties ever offered will be on dlsplav. Watch this space daily. J.M. Hale A Co., 7 aud » Spring street. Removal. Frsncfsco A Casterline removed yester day ;to their new office at 120 West First street, adjoining Nadeau Hotel, wbore they will be pleased to see all seeking desirable real estate Investments. They are now offering lots in tbe well known and attrac tive (treenwell tract, on Pico street, two squares west of Flgueroa, Immediately on the Electric Railway, and only two blocks from the two horse car line. City water is being piped in front of every lot, snd tbe streets will be grsded aud rolled. It is by all odds the best subllvision now on the market. This Week Will Almost surely close the ssle of tbe South Side lots of the Electric Railway Homestead Association. Payments easy, large lots, s house free with every seven, no interest to pay, and over 1000 feet front on Pfco street. Carriages free. I.adieu Benevolent Society. The annual meeting of the Ladies' Be nevolent Society will be held st Pythian Hall, 24 S. Spring street, on Thursday at 2% v. m. Important business will be transacted, aud the election of officers wtll be held. All ladles are cordially invited to attend. Clara J. Woi.lwebir, Secretary. Tourists' Special Excursion Over the Orange Belt Route, So popular last year, is again renewed for tbe convenience and pleasure of arriving travelers. This delightful trip is by rail to Pasadena, and thence by four-horse stages through the orange groves, gardens and av enues of that beautiful suburb and the famous rsnohos of Sunny Slope, Santa Anita snd Sierra Madre Villa. Tickets for the round trip 92. Train leave* at 9:20. For a Beautiful House The Electric Rsilway Homestead Assorts tlon South Side lots offer wonderful attrac tions—pure air, best ot water, a splendid elevation where malaria never comes, and the finest mouutain tceuery. Carriages free, from room 8, Schumacher Block. At Auction, Dec. 3, 1886. The Walker tract, on Main street snd Grand avenue, below Adams street. Take the Main street can sod look at these beau tiful lots. They are only 300 feet on Grand avenue from the famous Longstreet Place. They will all be sold: so don't get left, as you did on the Longstreet tract. New hall don't make funk sales. Still They tio. The South Side lots are attracting the best class of people in the city, office—Room 8, Schumacher Block. New Park Hacks. Holland A Akers, tbe enterprising livery men in the Holleubcck Block, have just re ceived three elegant Park backs. These are all tbe fashion In the East, and are exceed ingly neat and convenient. They each bold six passengers, and will be letat reasonable rates. Telepbone, number 2t>2. Buy Your South Side Lot* Before the Electric Railway cars begin to run if you want them at 9350, after that val ues will "go up." The Secret of Success, (a to hsve good property to sell, give easy terms, and be conteut with a low price. Mr. William Lacy has put bis Ela Park tract into C. A. Sumner & Co's bands, wbo will close it out st suction, to tbe highest bidders. Don't lose this chance. Ssle on tbe grounds December Bth. Room 8, Schumacher Block, For the few unsold South Stde lots of tbe Electric Rail >v ay Homestead Association Carriages free. Remember That All who buy st Sumner's auction make money on their lots. The Els Park tract be longing to William Lacy la to be sold Decem ber Bth. Here is another chance to look Into. Read the advertisement. Room 8, Schumacher Block, For tbe few unso'd South Stde lots of tbe Electric Rsilway Homestead Association. Carriages free- Face Powder. Don't use poisonous face powders. Free man's medicated fnvisible Is guaranteed absolutely harmless, preserves the complex lon removes blemishes and retails for two bits, try It. Room 8, Schumacher Block, For the few unsold South Side lots of the Electric Railway Homestead Association. Carriages free. Room 8, Schumacher Block. For the few unsold South Side lots of tbe Electric Railway Homestead Association. Carriages free. Cigars, Cigars.. Buy your cigars from Bsrnett A Co., the only exclusive wholesale cigar and tobacco house In Southern California. Corner ol Los Angeles and Commeroial streets. If all aperient medicinas hsd tongues Irish May Flower would say "I X L", 75 cts at Druggists. The harvest la past, the winter is here, but hsve you bought a lot on Victor Heights? Ghirardell's vanilla eboeolste is deli eloas ss a sweetmeat and ss s bsverags. "King of sll," Irish Msy Flower, st Drug gists, 75 cts. J Bote. Moore, Snyder A Narsmore, lfS W. First street, will give you a frse rtde to Victor Heights. Read O. A.Sumner A Co.'s notice of tbe suction salo of Mr. William Lscy's Els Park tract, on December Bth. J. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist. Horse blankets and buggy robes stFoy's harness shop. TsnstU's Punch Ctgsrs st P. O. Otgar Btors. Carpets — fall patterns — now arriving. Prices lower than ever, at Allen's. Burke A Johnson's Dublin Stout for ssle by H. J. Woollacott, 2ti A 28 N. Spring st. "Sierra Madre," best five cent cfgsr, lor sate only at corner First and Main. If you want ohoice residence lots in Pasa dena, apply to E. t'. Webster A Co., invest ment bankers. The Montebello Champagne depot Is now »t Weyse Brothers. Naud's warehouse. H. J. Woollacott, 2i! A 28 N. Spring street makes a specialty of fine Kentucky whiskies for family and medicinal use. Go to the Pony Stable, 14 N. Main street, for a stylish turnout cheap, , (). L. Susan.!, prince of tonsorfal artists, I n N. Main street. Greatest convenience ai.d elegance: courteous treatment. If you want to be driven over the high lands of Pasadena, call on E. C. Webster A Co., Investment bankers, Pasadena. Plush parlor suits, easy chairs. New In voice just arrived at Allen's. Gold Lack Sec, the finest Imported Cham pngoe in the market. B. J. Woollacott. 26 and 28 N. Spring street, sole agent. This wine can also be obtained from Jerry Ulich. Ash, cherry and walnut bedroom sets. Extra inducements offered this week at Allen's. Geuoveva, Kakoczy, Hunyadi Janos, ApollinarlN, Bethesda and Vfchy mineral waters for sale by H. J. Woollacott, 26 A2B N. Spring street. E. C. Webster A Co., inveftment bankers, have the largest list of city and suburban lot' of any Arm in Pasadena. Call on them In the Exchange block. Raphael A Schleßlnger, 15 North Main ■treet, take the lead fn wall papers snd deco rations. If you want to furntsh your bouse with little money, call at Al'en's, 32 S. Spring St. Bon Ton Bath and Barber Shop. O. L. Susand. Finest west of Chloago. New enameled bsihs. JB7 N. Msln street. Go to H. J. Woollacott. 26 A 28 N. Spring street for Ane brandy, sherry and cider for cooking and medicinal purposes. Property is booming in Pasadena. E. C. Webster A Co., investment bankers, have unequaled facilities for advising tbe invest ment of Urge or small amounts where profits can be guaranteed. Persons desiring pure California wines to send to their friends in the East will And it to their advantage by calling on H J. Wool lacott, 26 A 2s N. Spring street, and Inspect ing tbe stock. Iron - Sulphur Springs, thirteen miles' drive east from Los Angeles; ple's ant health snd pleasure resort: located on high mesa laud. Hot mineral baths, equal to Hot Sp ings of Arkansas. Min eral waters remarkable for cure of rheumatism, diseases of stomach, kidneys, skin and nervous system. Good hotel, pleasant grounds. Two trains dally on Santa Ana railroad: $1,29 round trip. Daily matl aud telephone. Fulton Wells P. O . Cal. Kla Park. Will be sold iv very large subdivisions on December Bth, at auction. Mr. Wm. Lacy has put the matter into C. A. Sumner A Co's hands, snd gives very rare terms. The views from this property are exceptional. Go and see them. FOR SALE BryaniKelsey No. 26 W. First St. An Elegant Investment. A FINE BUILDNG ON FIRST STREET, ONLY ONE BLOCK FROM THE NADEAU HOUSE. House now renting for $285 per month; offering very cheap for a few days. See it. gPECIAI. BARGAIN A FINE TRACT OF LAND on Ssn Pedro street, near business, which will make CO lots 50x160 MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE. Speculators will do well to see th s, for ft Is a bargain. REAL ESTATE. Two lots on Montgomery street, near cor ner of Flgueroa, each $1000. Two lots on Nevada St., near Ninth St., $1500 each. On Hayes St. East Los Angeles, two houses and lots. Good size, well located, at $1100 and 81200 respectively. Nice lot on Hawkins St., in Eait Los An geles, 50x160, for $1050. Floe b t between Seventh and Eighth Sts., on Grand avenue, $3500. Two lots In Urmston tract, $>00 for both. Lot corner Virgin and Upper Main Sts., 85000 Two lots on Main St., between York and. Walnut, st $1250 each. Lot and house on Bonnet St., $900. Nice lots on Angeleflo Heights at $1500, on easy terms. A good house and lot for $2500 on follow . ing terms: $500 casb, balance monthly; lo cated near Second street cable. Lot on Downey avenue st $1650. I Ten lots on Pesrl St., uear Twelfth St., Choice lot on Flower St. for $1250. Lot on Flower, near Pico, $1500. Corner Grand av enue aud Morris, 105 feet, at $2200. Two lots in Truman Tract, on Willow St., ' near Ninth, $800 Lots near terminus of Second St. cable a $350. Lots on Temale St., $800 to 81000. Large lot, IiOxLW. on First St., near Ala meda, at $250 per front foot. Ftne business lot on Requena St., 74x800, at 9250 per front foot. One acre on Bellevue Aye. and Texas St., $3000. -iCheap, for a few days, lot on Flgueroa St., $17,. 0. HOUSES. Five room house on Ingraham St., for $2500. Five room bouse on Virginia St., uear Pico, $1800. Fiv" room house on corner ot Banning and Vigors, for $2400. Four-room bouse on Michigan, avenue, Boyle Heights, for $1500. Five-room house on Bunker Hill avenue for $5000. Five-room bouse on Loomis St., for $6000. Ten room house on Hope St, near Sixth, $6500. A Ane, large (i room house on Fort, near Tenth St, $6500. An elegant 5-room bouse on Second street cable, one fifth cash and balance on easy terms, $2500. Four-room, hard Anlshed house on Flower, near Tenth St., $2600. Nine-room house, finely finished, (lot 111x140) on Ninth St, $6500. An elegant house and large lot on Pearl St., between Eighth and Ninth, for $16000; a choice property. A be iutlful 4 room house in East Lo lAn geles, ou Workman St., cheap. $2500. Nine-room house on Hope St.. between Sixth and Seventh Sts., for $6500. __$"•t his is only a partial list of our property, and for fnrther Informatfon cstl st our office, No. 26 West First street. nov2s-lm BRYAN A KELSEY. PO—ITIC'AI,. W, H. WORKMAN^" REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR MAYOR For City Treasurer. 08CAR MACY, REGULAR REPUBLICAN nominee. d 2 td For City Attorney. JAMES J. DALY, REGULAR REPUB licsn nominee. d 2 td pOR SALE-AT SAN BERNARDINO, Tbe Pioneer Butcher Business, With sll the fixtures appertaining to the trade; located in tbe center of the bustness street; wlin SIXTEEN ACRES OF GOOD LAND, WELL WATERED, And s slaughter house. The prioe Is 86000 For full particulars correspond with BAEA BROS., Ssn Hernardlno, Oal. otOlm BAEA BROS. The People's Store's Toy and Holiday Goods Department Will be Opened to the Public on Saturday Next, in Our Basement Salesroom. Entrance Through the SHOE DEPARTMENT. WE AXE SHOWING LOTS OF , ELEGANT GOODS AT VERY LOW PRICES. ALL-WOOL GOODS, EXTRA HEAVY, 48 Inches wide. At 600. Splendid value atII COLORED CENTER BORDER TOWELS, $2.50 a dosen Cheap at 13 73. 10-4 WHITE BLANKETS, large enough for any double bed, 11.29 Worth $2.00. BOY 3' FELT HATS, 75c Worth 11.26. LADIES' MUSLIN CHEMISE, neatly trimmed, 260 Worth 45c TURKEY-RED TABLE LINEN, 35c As good as sold for 65c BLEACHED NAPKINS, ?» of a yard wide, extra fine linen, si 50 a doz Good value at 12 60 UNBLEACHED TABLE LINEN, 23c. a yard Worth 40c WHITE SHAKER FLANNEL, 10c Worth 20c BLACK JERSEYS, all-wool, tailor hick, SI 50 ..■ Sold time and again at $2.50 LADIES' RED ALL-WOOL VESTS, II Good at 81 50. SHOULDEH SHAWLS 8 feet 1 Inch square, 2Jc. Worth 50c SILK HANDKERCHIEFS at SSe, 50c. and 65c In a variety of designs and colors MEN'S EMBROIDERED SLIITEKS, 98c. We sell them at $1.25 and they are worth $1.50 WE STOP ENUMERATING, la brief, we have SPECI AL LINRs all through the house that can't fall to attract your fancy and lighten your purse. A. Hamburger & Sons, - - People's Store. THE WAVERLY The Latest, Cheapest and Best LOTS ON THE MARKET TO-DAY. READY FOR SALE MONDAY. NOVEMBER 15. At McCarthy's Real Estate Office, 23 West First Street. VERMONT A YEN I E. CD -L fM I -_-__, 33 == Ezd EE3 0 ZZZZ . 1 ! t oj 1 ; 1 w CT3 g > I ,5 "T— B j "«• w C/J g B > _______ > r t 00 = =- = 73 ■ CD —— i ! • j> SUMNER AVENUE. 1 l=T Z_ZZ ZZT- ~ I 1 , 1 — — ! * ~ ZZZZZ c/_ ■ I V, ___3 —> \i ■■ • -"■ I • ~~~ s __ 1 s S £ CTJ 3 I 1 9 f* ~\ I — CD « !;— —■ [ s ' j=z =z =___' % S "~— EEE . o I ALLKY. ' SEYMOKE BTREET. FOR BEAUTIFUL SCENERY, PURE AIR, GOOD ELEVATION, SURROUNDING IMPROVEMENTS, MODERATE PKICKS, FAVORABLE TERMS, PERFECT TITLE, THE GRAND WAVERLY TRA.CT WILL TAKE THE LEAD. MAPS READY BY MONDAY NEXT. SALE BE GINS MONDAY AT 10 A. M BY THE OWNER AT LUCKENBACH, BENTER «Sc Co., -looses P. ITlcCarthy's Seal Estate Office, 83 W. First St. '■" ■' 1 —~— l — ~-n^B MBM3KI.-AHEOCB. 11 ii i i iii iiii iB BEST LOCATION I Fine California Brandies, Etc., H ASSORTED CASES, TO SHIP HoS&fl EAST TO YOUR FRIENDS, FOII ('II 111 STM \fl CALL AND PRICE THEM. H Joe Bayer & Co.B 29 North Main Bt. Telephone No. SS. FREE DELIVERW ALSO Choice Old Whiskies WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, IN I LOTS TO 8 JIT. H AGENTS FOR THE CEIEBRATED Peruvian Bitters! joe bayer & co., 29 North Main Street. 1 . - A Bare Chance to Secure a Home. lAMI AM NOW PREPARED TO ERECT houses nu lots within Aye minutes walk irom postofflce. to be sold on Installment Plans made to suit purchaser. Easy terms. Call at 8 and 9 Roeder Block. n 10-lm TRACT. IJIHIB. j The Waverly,, Is the last of the tracts offered for sals In tbe well known Adams street district. At the prices offered these lots will be sold in* one month, snd they will then sttsin their actual value, established by lots adjoining them, which today would leave a band ome profit, anl everyone knows tbat land in that choice vicinity is rspldly advanc ing. * l\ Tbe owners hare tbis tract for*. Ue, and tf you desire to buy st first hands oi fey stY we will tske you to see it. Free oarrisges lesve dally after Monday November 15th, st 9:30 a. m. and 2 r. v. LUCKENBACH, SENTER & CO., 23 West First St. DIcI'AHTHV S> CALIFORNIA LAND OFFICE At 23 West First Street Offers No. i Bargains In the following properties, which com prise but a feW of our special bargains. Please call for terms. Every attention shown strangers, and any information wltbin our reach freely given, whether you desire to buy or not. Carriages retdy at all times to take parties to tee property HOUSES. , JtSOOO— Eeantiful home on Washington St., with six lota, stable, windmill, tank, lawn, flower garden, etc. •BAOO—Cottsgs of four 100 ms on Montreal avenue. ■C6Uo—House of six rooms on Carr street: all modern Improvements: lot 70x100 •Souo House of ft rooms on Pesrl St.; all modern Improvements; a beautiful home •ISOO— House ol three rooms; lot 60x148; barn, etc. • IS,SOO—One Of tho most beautiful houses in the oity. A rsre bargain. CITY LOTS. These for a few days only: S3OOo—Two lots on Grand avenue, ad joining the Long.treet Tract. 50x149 each. •1800—Lot on Grand avenue, 63x145. •33O0—Lot 60x100 on Hill street, between Ninth aud Tenth streets. •BOO—Three lots in Ocean View Tract, 50x155 each. •SM-Lot in Vignes Tract, fronting on Downey avenue. ACREAGE PROPERTY. •M 00 —2% acres lust outside of city limits; has house of three rooms. •12,H0C 16 acres, one-hslf mile south of city limits, in Vernon district; sll in fruit. •5900—7 M aces on Railroad avenue, with large six-roomed house; covered with 1 besring f.ult trees. _ •14,000—140 acres of One land on Santa Monfca road. •31.50 PER ACRE-161 acres of land near Cuoamonga hat ou, Sin Bernardino county. •600 AN ACRE—Lots 18 and 14, In west portion of Lick Tract, containing 19sad 21 aores, respectively. The above properties are In our hands for immediate sale, snd are far below the mar ket price. J. 11. MaoCarthy is In chsrgs of all Ibe commission business connected with the ' honse. Jsmes P. McCarthy, wholesale scent for buyers snd sellers of desirable res- estate In large aud small tracts, and is prepared to handle any and all property offered. Plesse calf at McCarthy's Rail Estate I Offlce, 28 West First strest.