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Tin; people of Los Angeles may be
congratulated upon the fact that they
aro to have four nights devoted to the
higher drama, with the foremost
actor of the age as its chief exponent.
Edwin Booth has achieved the most
exalted reputation to which an aJtor
can aspire. Endowed with that cast
of mind which conceives and repro
duces in their naturalness the deepest
emotions of tho human heart, and
possessing all the graces of person
that lend force and effect to the intel
lectual conception, he illustrates the
ideals of the poets to a perfection
which destroys illusion and incarnates
reality. His Hamlet is one of the
loftiest achievements of the histrionic
art. It is not merely a study ;it is
an inspiration. As a contrast to the
deep melancholy and eccentric phil
osophy of Denmark's Prince, his
Richelieu presents one of the most
intellectually grand and mature per
sonations in the whole range of the
drama. A Minister of tremendous
power of mind, coupled with subtility
of thought and inventive resources
DAILY HERALD.
published
■both Days a Week, Including Mondays.
joseru d lynch. James j. ayers.
ATXIIS A LYNCH, - - Publishers.
DnUVIBXD BY CARRIERS AT
TWENTY CENTS PER WEEK, or EIGHTY
CENTS PER MONTH.
Terms by mall, including postage:
Daitv Hfp.ald, one yetr I* 00
Daily Feraid, six months 4 "j
Daily Herald, three months 2 «>
Weekly Fvrald. one year 2 w
Wbubly Herald, six mouths 1 <J>
WsIKLT Herald, three months 80
Local Correspondence from adjacent
towns, especial ly solicited.
Job PanrnNO. Department—Owing to o-ir
greatly inoressed facilities, we are pre
pared to execute all kinds of job work in a
superior manner. Special attention will
be given to commercial and legal printing,
aad all orders will be promptly filled at
moderate rates.
stemlttanees should be made by .draft,
•keek, Postoflice order or postal note. The
tatter should be sent for all sums less than
tve dollars.
Ofnee of publtiitlon. 75 North Spring
street. Los Angeles. Telephone No. 156.
almost without limit—meeting court
intrigue ami reigning weakness with
a more refined Intrigue and a domin
ating strength of will—saving France
from her enemies and from herself—
Stirling vice to his feet and crushing
it with his moral grandeur—iicing
higher and higher the more he is
faced with difficulties—to faithfully
interpret such a character and such a
spirit is only given to the highest
order of genius, and that genius be
longs alone and peculiarly to Eld win
Booth. We repeat, the people of l.os
Angeles are fortunate that they will
be enabled to assist at the dramatic
festival which begins to-morrow
night, and at the same time
they may be proud that he
who thus "holds the minor up to
nature" started out on his majestic
career as a California youth.
The "Illustrated Herald."
Tbe forthcoming number of the Illcb
unn Herald will surp«ss in attractive
ness and interest any preceding issue of
tbis very snperler publication, Tbe en
gravings have been executed by the best
artists on the Pacific coast, and tbe
mechanical finish of the whole publication
will be such ss to reflect credit upou the
good tsste and workmncshipof theprintets.
It will bo filled with carefully prepared
articles on Southern California, aud every
interest of Los Angeles couuiy wtV. find
Itself ably presented and discussed in its
columns. .4 1 a compilation of facts relating
to tbe attractions and progress of our
section, the Illcstrated Herald will be
In valuable to send abroad. It will give the
stranger a comprehensive and graphic idea
of the value of our section to the Easterner
necking tor a new home, and by its dis
serainatlou will materially assist in acceler
ating the gratifying march of our city in its
emexaxcpled career of prosperity. The
Illustrated Herald will be out from the
•rets by about the 24th of this month, and
ready for distribution about the Ist of
March. Crders should be sent in imme
diately.
It is hardly probable that Chief
Justice Morrison will recover from
his present malady. For over two
years his system has been shattered
from a severe stroke of paralysis, nnd
this last visitation seems to c:me
with a shock too great for the vital
force left by the other. The papers
have freely spoken on the subject of
his successor, and the name ot Judge
J. F. Sullivan has been discussed in
this connection. A Los Angeles pa
per yesterday treated his probable
nomination in a manner tbat was
simply rancorous of bigotry and par
tisanship. Assuredly, no purer man
or abler Judge could be selected for
the position of Chief Justice than Jer
emiah F. Sullivan. It certainly will
not weigh against him with Governor
Bartlett in filling this vacancy, should
it occur, that Judge Sullivan was de
feated at the last general election by
the wholesale use of money belong
ing to the estate of a millionaire, who
had been treated by him the same as
if he had been tiie poorest litigant
that was ever haled into a court of
justice.
Oh, Wise Legislators!
Tbe State Board of Health asks for
an appropriation of $20,000 to enable
it to quarantine infectious diseases
beyond the borders of California.
The Legislature examines the de
mand with an eye of inscrutable
wisdom, and takes on a sudden burst
of economy. It says $5000 ought to
be enough. Hut the friends of the
Board, finding they may perhaps get
nothing, split the difference and in
duce the Legislature to agree to
$10,000! What a commentary this
ia upon the statesmanship of the men
who are bi-enuialiy sent to Sacra
mento. Here is a small sum of
money demanded for a public pur
pose of the most important and
urgent character. It may save thous
ands of lives, and it certainly would
save hundreds of thousands of dollars
to the State. Yet these pseudo econ
omists haggle at the price, and cut it
down one half. One hour of epidemic
disease in any city in California would
damage the city more than double
the trifling sum asked to exclude it
positively from the whole State. One
life lost, by the failure ef the State to
devo'e means to exclude infectious
disease, is worth more than can be
estimated in money. Yet the
State, through her Legislature,
invites death to assail thousands
of families, by its parsimonious
pretense at economy. If the
State can exclude infection, as no
one doubts it can, by devoting a rea
sonable amount of money to a com
petent Beard of Health officers, and
refuses to make the appropriation,
every death ensuing from the intro
duction of foreign infection is a mur
der committed by the State. It is no
less a murder because ne responsi
bility can he brought home to the
State; but every victim, with his last
gasp and the last thought tbat passes
through his burning brain, will know
tbat be is paying with his life the rec
reancy of the men who are supposed
to be placed in public position to pro
tect life and not destroy it.
The people of Los Angeles cele
brated two local events yesteiday of
a most gratifying character. One
was the formal opening of the mag
nificent home dedicated to dependent
and deserving women. Ihe other
was the dedication of the splendid
new asylum of the CosUT de Lion
Commandery of the Knights Tem
plar. During the entire day and
evening, the ladies whose sacrifices
and efforts have culminated in the
Women's Home, received and grace
fully entertained a constant stream of
visitors. In the evening the Knights
threw their asylum open to social re
ception, which was grand, and ren
dered superlatively interesting by the
dedicatory services of the Command
ery. The scene changes, and the
Knights and their guests, consisting
of the llower of both sexes of Los
Angeles, find themselves in Armory
Hall, where a splendid banquet is
followed by a magnificent ball. The
details oi these notable events will
be found in our local columns.
But the moral reaches abroad, and
shows that our city is not only brim
ming over with business energy, but
has time anel means to institute
homes for the helpless, and to enjoy
itself, with l'arisian gaiety.
Colton Not Scared.
Tlie good people of Colton do not
seem to be afraid of smallpox fifty
eight miles away, and to show tbat
Han Bernardino County shall bave
a citrus fair after Riverside had
cowardly backed out of the project,
they will hold such a fair on or about
the 12th instant at Colton, of which
tine notice will appear in the public
press.
It is proper and just to state that
the citrus fruit on Colton Terrace is
unsurpassed for size, beauty and
flavor, and those who attend this fair
will see tome of the finest fruit that
grows.
Old San Bernardino, Lngonia,
Crailon and Badlands will also be
represented by handsome exhibits,
and IJeimo=a will doubtless send in
some splendid fruits. Heretofore
many persous thought that a
citrus fair could not be made except
at Riverside, but this exhibition will
enlighten them amazingly and take
the conceit out of those who thought
that all the citrus fruit in that county
grew in Riverside.
Tiie new towns in that county are
coming to the front amazingly in fruit
culture, and are showing beautiful,
thrifty 01 cliards of magnificent fruit.
Ontario, Cucamonga, and Etiwanda,
will be able to make a good show of
wbart they have accomplished in a '
taw short years, ami Highlands will
doubtless have something to show. '
These Colton people are nervy and ]
lu'l ot push, and accomplish what
tbey undertake. The fuir will be an
unquestioned success.
LEGISLATIVE.
Tbe " Sirt-ulil's " I.i Iter rroin
sucraniento.
Special Herald Correspondence.
Sachamknto, February "J7, 18S7.
The time of the twenty-seventh
session of the Legislature is fast
drawing to a close. Thus far
there are no regrets expressed except
by those who have been disappointed in
their little pet measures. It is v fistd
fact that the members ore determined to
go home at the expiration of this week,
unless some unforeseen circumstance
takes place in the meantime to change
iheir minds; but die-li an event is not at
the present thought of. Thero has
been more business transacted in tho
past two days than during the entire
session. This is owing in v measure to
tho fact that iv the S.uiate Senator
White has occupied tho chair most of
the time and has kept the oratorical por
tion of the members within res pec able
bounds. That a great portion of valua
ble time has been wasted in long debate
there can bo no doubt, and the mcmbcis
of the Senate that have consumed so
much of thu time are now loudest in
their denunciation of wusting time ia
spefch-making. This proves the fact.
The debate on the W.ilrath Debris
Dam bill was probably tho hottest of
the session. As has bo.n stated hereto
fore in the Herald, tbe amendment
offered by .-senator Clunie tbat "no dam
shall be erected that will interfere with
navigation if carried away in whole or
in t art by water," brought Senator Wal
rath to Lis feet and in bis remarks said
that he now saw that such amendments
nietint to kll his bill. The Senator al
most lost control of himself, and had it
uot been for the timely interference of
some of the frieHi's of the bill, tho result
would possibly have been a personal en
cou iter between Walrath and Clunie,
but tbe matter having been explained to
bis satisfaction, he coutented himself by
taking tbe thing as coolly as possible.
LOS ANGELES W PAILY**HERALD. KABCII 2.1887.
The amendment waa lo3t, however, by a
vo eof IS ayei 10 22 neos. It was a
signal victory for the miners, nnd Wal
rath, who a few moments before was in
au excited condition of mind, Decline
plae.id and self-contained.
Thi amendment offered by White,
that no dam erected in such a meaner as
to endanger or materially ntf-:ct the
navigability ul any navigable st cam ol
the State, was at copied by tbe friend"
of the bill. A dispute arose as to asjrec
hag npOB an ameudtnent to bo offeied
by Clunic, when it was decided to refer
tho bill to a committee of four, including
fjamlnetti for the miners, and Chandler
for the vallsy men, or fanners.
This being done, other tills were con
sidered, and Senator Bricelsnd'a bill,
appropiiating 910,000 to prevent the
iutroine'iou of ibteotioul disease, was
passed. Boggs' bill, appropriating 3160,
--000 for the purchase of jute meobinery
nud the manufacture of jute goods 8t
San Qnentiu wes passed. The Appro
priation b.ll was received from the
Assembly aud referred to tbe finance
Committee. The committee appointed
to consider the Debris Dam bill reported
it back, and tho bill wns ordered en
grossed and read a thud time. Toil
closed the business for tbe night aud
Walrath feels happy.
The Smiih investigation has drawn to
a close. 'What the result of the commit
tee will be is only conjecture. It is laid
on all st ies that, whatever tbe report
may be, some good will come out of i
It has beeu the means so far of putting
a stop to the members of the Legislature
going uround tbe lobby and doiug, as is
generally termed here, their own broker
age business openly.
The Los Angeles delegation is still
hero and attending to the bill for the
benefit of cities of 1(1,000 population und
over. Tbey are very anxious to gel
through with their business and return to
their borne, lv conversation with Mr.
Cobn yesterday, he said he was very
tired of Sacramento.
A resolution offered by Sbnnahau iv
the Assembly yesterday morning has cre
ated quite n st r iv political circles. The
resolution in very elaborate, und in the
preamble arraigns the inanngceient of Ihe
State prisons in continuing, in spite of
the Constitution, to farm out the labor
ol the prisoners to contractors who man
ufacture furniture ami doors and sashes,
and continues ai follows : "And,
whereas, there are nu obtainable
itemized expenditures oi the
Board of Directors, though they
receive an average of SIOO or upward per
mouth for personal expenses, and draw
the stiine from the warden of the prison;
anil, whereas, one of the Prison Dires
tora ha? procured his election to the Sen
ate, and is very actively interested in
legislation relating to the prisons: and
another of the Prison Director* il Secre
tary of Slate and a member ot the State
Board of Examiners at the same time,
and another of Ihe Prison Directors is
Si cretary of a Peaologic i] Commission,
receiving a salary therefor j and, where-1
v», Prison Directors haio been engaged
with prison contractors actively lobby
ing daring tho present session of the
Legislature In reference to proposed leg- j
Illation affecting ihe ptison; and, where
as, at a meeting tit San (iuentin of the
Prison Directors, duriug the year 188(5,
one of the Directors protested against j
the coot:nutd practice of approving
without examination aoconats aggregat- j
ing from t'oo,ooo to §70,000 per quarter, j
Therefore, be it resolved by this Assem
bly that a sp:cial committee of rive be
at once appointed by the Speaker to in
vestigate the present S at- Prison man- I
kgement and repcrt to this Assembly iv
regard ta the same before i;s final ad
journment; that said committee be em
powered to administer oaths, ȟbf.<eua
all necessary witnesses and to compel
the submission of all necessary papers to
said committee."
The Constitutional amendment intro
duced by Knox, aud of which Senator
White ia virtually the father, will be
introduced in the Senate tomorrow,
with a few slight amendmcats.
The Appropriation bill w ill possibly be
taken up out of its order in the Senate
to-morrow and amended very materially.
There are n large number of items that
tbe Senate will refuse to concur in.
The past week has been a very re
markable one here, every Senator al
most is complaining of malaria, and a
bottle of caug'u medicine or a box of
quinine pills can bo found on every desk
in the Senate chamber. Senator Jont*
has taken upon himself to furnish all the
medicine gratis. While Dr. Briceland
is tiio physician there is a chance that
they may all pull through safely.
"Wants," "Personals," and other adver
tisements under the following heads iv- 1
serted at ttuj rate of 0 cents per ilr.e lor j
each insertion.
i'or »Bi»T—nicel/LAneoci.
rpo LET—LARGE SALE VAUI), CO SKALD
A and stahle. in the heart of the city. In
quire of JOHN 0. BELL, room 17 Temple
Hloek. Wf-ftt
A JdEAI MaiiKci 10LET—OKJHFr Eat
2\. son street, near the University, with
living rooms overhead (2211
mO LET—BASEMENT AT KO. ■.'Ol NOBTH
X Main S:. Inquire at s. P B. it. oilice,
nor. Commercial and Mala Bt Il7tf
T-0 LEI—THE lIALI7NO.'. BElNgTa
cated by the Masonic Older, situated at
No. 2S North Maiu St. (McDonald Block).
Secret societies and other organizations can
now have an opportunity to secure oue of
the finest halls lv tlie city for their meet
ings. Apply at No 25 North Mdn St., third
floor, room 88 W. F. S foXY fl7 1 m
TO LET— YTtTtI >, t'OKKvL
au'l stables, in the heart of the city, in
quire of JOHN C. BELL, Mo, 17 Temple
block._ flag
17011 KEN I—AT FROM tS 1OJ20PE1:
year; safe deposit boxes iv absolutely
fire nn 1 burglar proof chromu nteel vault,
iuspection invited. THE ClilLlilK-tS
SAKE DEPOSIT BANE, 37 Soittn Spring st.
febltHm
W/AMTSD—TO TRADE A LOT FOX THE
" plastering of a Tl-room house ; will also
trade a lot ior the painting or ; he house. A
'JO acre lot of land at a Bargain for a few
day- ouly ; just outside of the cltv. STORY
A BLANCHARI), lit W. First street, f'22-tf
101 l Ul.> 1— mil ,i,s.
i" "rtoß KK.NI-A (TooD skvkn room"
! hard-finished house, partly fu-nished,
three aud a half mill s from courthouse Ap
ply to ADAMS .t SON, room 11, 75 N. Spring
street. mltf
I'QK ÜB'ST-BOIViTIIS^
rilo LET—TWO (JOOli SUNNY ROOMS,
1 sliding doors, grate, and famished!
bath on same Moor; with or without board
031 \\ Seventh street. Inquire at Southern
California National Bank. m 2 3t
TO LET—TWO~ BOOMsiTNFUJAMIgHSD.
91 South Los A ngeles street ml 3t
IrtOß RENT—NICELY Ft'RNISHEI/'PA R
! lor and bedtoom ior two persons, lot!
Hope street, near Temple street. ml-tlt
rjlO LET-H'KNISHKD ROOMS NEAR
A Temple Block. Address A. II , this of
fice. mltf
ijVoU KENT—BY" T lIE WEEK Oi: MONTH,
1 four sunny rooms nicely furnished, in
the Emerald Cottage, Ocean avenue, next
to CiifF House, Santa Monica. Apply to
MRS. GEORGE HoallM t, ou the premises
f24tf
. lost ax ■> roc nil"
LOST- A WHITE HORSE, SIX YEARS
old; will weigh shout 100 pounds A
reward will he paid for his return to 401 N.
Main street. _ ml-dt
lOST— ON THE INIGIIT OF THE 22D,
J between the railroad depot and nowuey
t-.ve., one small black alligator-skin pocket
boos, containing private papers and cur
rency, A liberal reward will he paid for re
turn of same to this olllce. '27-61
LOST— A HULU BRACELET, BETWEEN
Fifth and Main streets and 'IVrap'e
Biock. Please return to the Temple Block.
fehlO tf
LITKAYED OK STOLEN —A BAY .MAKE.
»3 about fourteen hands high, eight yoars
old, bald faced nnd deep scar on loft front
loot, both (lesh and hoof. Ltberi'l roward
paid. W. N. MoNKOE. On Monday night,
jfebruary 14, 1887. 122 tf
HMM 111.
ONEY ro LOA N ONNO I ES, A Nil hII.LS
discounted 0 bought. Address full p-r
-| ticulars in c nfidouee to BANKING, P. O.
Box IBM, Los AntCICS,OaI. febl7-BmOS
Hi 111 tO LOAN. BOBKOWEIts
: vtioOjUUo wtllsave money by railing
i direct nn A.J. VI ELK, room 'it, Sclium-cher
)i i^ cl£ _ ' enU lm '
MONEY - I'iTloaN ON REAL SBTA TE
in »m nuts to suit. BRODTBECK A
I PENNEY. No. WSB|irill« Si. fotf. lm
TO LOAN—THREE I.AHwE SIMS TO
suit the borrowers. Low rules of iuter
est. H. GRIFFIN, room 3. No. 31 North
Spring street, Los Angeles, Cnl. j22 tf
BOUR KM V IIA NCJEB.
WANTS D—BY AN~OLD~ DOCTOR~T
suituble place for :i drugstore and a
small professional business. Address W. I.
PLGH, No. 34 North Alauicd.i street, Los
Augeles. mt!st
|?O R RISNT—F6bW~ACBEI THE
JT best avail able land; eutitled to full ir
rigation ; /cut tit low figures; the land is sit
uated about five miles from the city. Ad
dress, by letter, to postohlce box No. 133.
ma tf
BCSIsiSS l;H.\i>Gii—rAl. I.NI-.K WANI
ed by a real estate fl m. Good office
aud location. Its' Noith Maiu street, city.
_ ml-tf
W- ANTED AT ONCE — A MANAGING
partner, to go to Pasadena and man
age a tirancu store, in furniture and bed-'
ding busiuess. Capital required, ?300 to
$400 Chance seldom met with. Apply to
Callforuia I'pholstiiriug and Redding Co.,
tltltl Hoivitoy avenue. f.i7-tf
UAI- i NbR WANTED KJK WEI L X Vl Ali
X lished and grow lug furniture busiuess.
Inquire 504 Downey aveuue, East Los An
geles. f.-htM 7t
\\' A.VTUD—A MANAGEK FOR WINK
t1 manufactory,to take full charge; must
lie able to invest };;000 to t.'itooit satii-fied
with tlie business Address MANUFAC
'TI RING COMPANY, P. O, b ix U94. Los An
geles, Cal. feb 17tf
PARTNER IVAN I E TO JOIN TIIE AD
-1 veniscr with • fewhuudrid or • thous
and dollars, iv a first class paying business:
fullest investigation solicited aud refrren
Cos given; no previous experience necessa
ry, AddressMEßCilANT, P. O Box UM,
L-s Angeles-. Cal. *febl7-;imos _
PARTNERSHIP WANTED—A GENTLE
1 man ol cxp?ricucc, with JIUOO to fIMM .at
command, wishes to join iv partnership
with a paying com-erii, where Ids time and
money can be u-ilized. Address BONA
1 IDE, care room ;l, No. 28 N. Sprint; street
LOS AngßisMWU feb!7 3mos
s ale-one 61'TiiE oldesF'anT)
best established boteli in this city,with
a loug lease, it has au established reputa
tion for respectability, aud is doing a large
aud remunerative business. Prlucipals
ouly treated with Address
'ebjUl ItOHILL, j». Q. Box IT.»
PARTNER WANTED—WITH 11000 To
take oue-balf interest in s large bu.si
ness already established en a paying basis
No special knowledge necessary. Fullest
invei.tigatlou nud best liank reiereuces. Ad
dress ••Merchandise," P. o. Box llt'4. Los
Angelea, Cal. ja3o , (
HOAKIt A«l» Llllltil.M,.
ELY
P ,J ? 1 okl . P V lllH j *»' Fearl street, Las Anas
f!t a, .v. ' 16 fln,rt location in the city;
take S xth street cars. "Bellevue Terrace"
consists of three huiM; L , s ,, „ M connected
by front porch end contain,. uo as desirable
rooms as ran b<; found In Southern Califor
nia. Board and roor.i t*.o« „nd fi :-u bat
day. Liberal arrangements made with Mr
sous desiring rooms and board by the month
or year. Telephone 618. DANIEL I'ICKIT
Mrs KATIE E. PICKIr, Proprietors aiilt
FOX N 4 I,l'—Cltr V operly.
FOX SALE—IIOxI79 on Gk id iveite
cheap. McCOYE tt Cl aHMAN. ai N.
Hpriuir st feet. m tf
|AOR SALE—CHOICE LOT IN JIIK
J? Ghllils tract, on electric rr'llroad Hit-,
MeCOVE & VvWMAN.iBM Spring stieet.
th2'f
LMJE SALE—BEAUTIWE LOT 1111/
r street uear Elevpn h. cheap. McCOYE
A CI'SHMAN.tM N. Swing street. m2tf
I.'OK SAI X—FINE LOP, TKMPI.E .Vl'itEtT
JT east of Waters, for Ttrms easy.
JULIUS LYONS, Room 71, Temple Block
(np-sujtsj. ml2t
HorsTand fine
C-'IVU lot ou the south side of Twellth
street. Rents for .s:;o ror month Apply to
W. P. MfIiNTOBH. M X Spring Bt. BOIW
T^oinvLE—ON THU IN.il A I.I.MBNT
I 1 plau house of li rooms, lot 52x140, on
the hill and only ten minutes' walk Irons
court ho"se; ?400 push, balance on verveasv
terms. ROCHESTER A LAYiON, U North
Mi in street. feblVt'
lAO'-'.I AO'-'. HA I X—ON*K —ON* THE INSTALLMENT
3 plan house of -I rooms near Maiu street
cars: SH.'iO cash, bslauce s-25 per month.
ROCHESTER A LAI TON, I Norlh Main
sireet. fehHtf
F" T ()K SALE—FIVE LOTS, TH&ttK BLOC KS
from poitoftlce. Mint be sold. A biir
bargain:only sttoo. oiiaua.m, taylok &
Co., 12 West First sireet. lib lm
SE OF~SEVEN ROOMS,
i nicely furnished; well c-tabiished, wilh
lease fortWO years; rent reasonable. Wish
10 sell oa account of sickness. Those de
siring to invest call on premises, No. 11
Sepal eda street, Los Augeles, Cal. SYD
NEY ca TON. fell', tf
I.V'lt till it,—.i LOIS, 4UX-U, ?7.J. .1 L.11.5,
1 4 Xl2.\ $125; -2 lots. 4ix210, 137*! 1 lot,
7. : ix;iil9, witli house and garden, aud oilier
Improvement. This property is ou Lacy
avenue, 2 blocks from Weils street station,
Pasadena K. K. Take horse cars to Daly
Itteet, then go along Daly to Wells street
one block past 'he brick yard aud turn to
the right nn Lacy avenue, nnd it is the last
house on the left. B. M. A. MOEG VN. 122-lni
Hit;- SAI.K.
T7IO R 8 ALK—A - "STS 11 Kit MA N"A"HY DE' •
I? piano: also Freueh rdate-mirror 4x5 feet,
elegaut Kilt frame, and furniture at a bar
gain; would take a horse aud phieton, or
lot in payment. 1:11 New High street, near
Temple. ini-3t
I jrO X SALE—CAI.IGRAPH (WRITING MA
' chirr), g-od as new, for $80. ELIAB
LONGI BY, room In, Alleu Block, agent for
Remington Standard Type-Writer. ml-3t
1 -TOR SALE— ROUSE AN n TWO SEATED
; carriage, very uic->. Inquire at -34 S
Spring stroet, _'J}il'-'
JAOR SALE—A HO 1 EL. FURNISHED, 12
1 corns, bath, water piped all through
house, with (table and hunt. By LLOYD,
YOKBAA CO , 386 North Maiu, Baker Block.
ija-i i
IjiiNK HOUSE, Bit TiKB A"» X R"P'H AET< IN
3 aud harness for sale. J. W. GILLETTE,
i -_'J Temple sti eet. feb '.stf
LWK SALE—FORTY HEAD OP VltiK
V COWS, some witli calves, cheap. Ad
dress No. IM, P. O. box, lo W. L. WE Hit.
tel. -_'ff
£10R SALE—A FIRSI'-CLAbS .KAMI
Square HaUettA Lavis Piano for sale
cheap. Address P. O box No. 1120. flStf
ifblt HALE—A KINfiTtiEI^TLIT"HO-'SEi
" perfectly safe for a lady. Can be seen
at 557 South Hill street. fel'.MOt
LlUtt SALE—FItB-11 cows—THOROUGH-
X bred and grade Jersey cows; fresh,
good milkers, kind and gentle; the best
f imilv aud dairy cows iv tne world. Ad
dress F. J. BARRETTO, Downey, California.
lift lm
wJWk tUU\ CHOICE OLIVE 00TTING8 FOB
£_v_VWJ sale, cheap, at tne place of 0. R.
RINALDI, San Fernando, Cal. tS-lra
SITI ATIOKS WtBTEB.
YOUNG MAN DESIRES A STEADY JOB
at most anything. Cau furnish good
refereuccs. Address Z this office, mj-it
fj'EMALE COOKS, WAITERS. CHAMBER.
1 maids, horse-, ri-'ain-.tress, Ac. Ac,
furnished on short notice by Aluie Smith,
No. 7 North Main street til-1 m
A GENTLEMAN THOROUGHLY AC-
A, qiniiuted with all the details of vine
growing and wine-making, aud having
ovci twenty v ears of experience as manager
of large (states, both iv France a.id Aus
tralia desires similar occupation iv this
country. First class references. Address,
"VrnODLTOBWT," postoflice, Los Au
geles. B9 3t.
WANTED-HEIiPi
\~\? ANTED —AN HONEST, INTELLIGENT
v» bo,-, well recommended. Oue living
with his parents preferred. OaU 16 H >utn
Spriug sireet, st E. Adam's Clothing House.
in'jit
AN ENERGETIC MAN WANTED—PER
mauenf situation Apply at 52 North
apriiitr stteet, between 2 aud 10 a, m. fbga-tf
ANTTSD— "MALE" AND
female help constantly at 35 S Spring
St. Telephone SOL 125 lm
S.
K7 ANTED—PUPILS FOR PI YNO, ORGa"
» r and voice taught in the most thorough
manner. Tanas, (5 per month. Beginners,
iv classes of two or three, 13 per mouth.
Satisfaction guarantee* or money refunded.
For particulars call at 112 Wnllstrcet. f2Btf
YXTANTED—TO EXCHANGE, a"FINE\:P-
Tl right piano for desirable residence
lo's. Callju 413 South Olive street. ftTtf
mo EXCHANGE—FOit aTioksk7a liL'tT
X gy, a Frtier cart or city lot. OaU at 931
Flower street. f27 It
ALL PA yt'l IKS HAVING
Tl house-, stores, furnished or unfur
nished rooms to rent, call ou us. We have
the best faollttlei for advertising them Oue
dollar regUterlng fee reciuireu. BANO
HQLT A i:ii..»;.ii>;..r!h Mho fi'.'i 1 .v
UrAN'l'Eo — EVER Bul>> M I.S3Ur.is
their property with the old reliable
Hartford Fire insurance Co. BANDHOLT st
CO ■ fiitv 4gents, 330 N. Main st. 13a lw
"ty.i.-. mn o.np. jo iij.j ~o/.|.;.\ Flo
. fyennaj *i per d< zeu paid. JOilN VV.
lotlffriN. ->er■pui.i-ral I'-rk. f-ji-rf.
H '.'■.'« 1 EH—SI.IHSi, .y.ieil AN ii ».>.UkU v»»M
different improved property st onoe:
s-nte lowest rate of iuterest. "'BORROW
ER," p. 0. Box 1121, L"s Augeles, Cal.
Ja'.'Stf
lI^NTISTS.r
ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 2!i S. SPRING
street, rooms 4 and 6.
Gold fillings from t2 up.
Atiialnam and silver fillings, «1.
Painless Exnaction oi Teeth by vitalized
air or nitrous oxide gas, Si.
Teeth extracted without gasor air, 8 .50.
Best sets of taeth from $r. to 110, and no
extra elmrges for extracting. By our tew
'••i:.. d of mnUiug teeth a misfit is impossi
ble.
Special attention paid to repairing broken
pl*te«.
Oflice hours from Sa. K. to 6P.M. Sun
days from 10 a. m. to 12 &L d 7 tf
p~K N E p" PE it, DE NTIST, SPECIAL AT
\J, tentlon paid to treating aud filling
teeth Gas administered at office or rest
deuca. Rooms 5 aud 6 Wilson Block.
n!9 3m
KIH 4! ATI OKA 1..
/COMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL HOOK
\j keeping, Penmanship and Arithmetic
thoroughly taught at rooms 11 aud 12, Schu
macher Block L. B. LAWBON, Principal.
AFARINI'S MLSICAL STUDIO RE
. moved to No. 11 West First street,
Rooms 10 and 11.
Opera aud concert stage a specialty; also,
church aud oratorio.
_Full half-hourjessons. oltf
McpTii:i:ito"N academy" boarding
and Day School for Hoys, tirand aven
ue, between Sixth and Seventh streets. Ex
cellent new building. Full term openod Sep
tember 2.jd. ISSC, aud Is now In successful
progress. For circulars, address MePHER
RON BROS., uli'i Grand aye, Los Angeles,
Cal. auS
iTIISCKLLANEOI S.
•IAAWILL BUYAHOBSE, HI.'GtY AND
'J'"" imrness, IS South Spriug. MARTIN
A CO. m 2 2t
NICE WASHING WILL BB DONE I P BY
a woman, for restaurant, lodging, or
private houses. Call Fust First Street, 502.
mS^t
W. B Cox. " vv. K. Cox.
/10X A SON—DEALKRI IN WO D, COaL,
V/ Hay, Grain and Feed of all kiuds, 707
Olive stre-t, near coruer of Eighth. Orders
promptly delivered to all parts of city.
TeWhnne 575. Ot*U
NO I ICE TO GRADERS—BIDS WILL HE
received at my offloe until March 2>,nt 1
at i p.m., for the removal of 100 000 cubic
yards i.feattli from the west side of New
High street, from the Johnston ManalontO
the Kimball M.usim, InolUsivo. About
'.!\(10(i cubic yards to bo delivered ou the
Beaudry Water Works tract, ou Alameda
street, and the halaucc tr> be disposed of by
the contractor 11s lie may do it '. AU earth ■
to be measured by exoamtiou.
Tlie amount re.iuired ou tlie llcf.tidry
Water Works tract to be delivered within
three months from the date of contnol, and .
the full amount, to be removed within nine ;
mouths from diite of contract. Right re- 1
served to reject any or all 'olds. 1
P. BEAUDRY,
m2-vd 201 Naw High St., (upstairs).
PIIBSOWAIi.
$~ WORTH FREE. SUPERB DEVELOP-
W mentof idrm sud limbs, a pure, lovely
complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect
health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air
pumps. Hook on "Phvsleal Culture" free.
DR. L C. UAJtMON, BUI Ilttlght slrcc'.. Bau
Francisco. Ctil. no?I tf
MRS. PARKER, INDEPENDENT SLATE
writer; also lest medium—Gives full
names of spirit friends. Consultations on
business, speculations, minera: lawsuits,
reniova's, love, mnrriage, absent friends,
etc. 28 Soutli sjp-iug street, room 1. Hours
ii a. m. to (I r. yt. febw imo
MR-. EMMA £ II ILL. ih AO libit Of
MEtaiihysleal Science or Chri-tlan
healing, II DsLaoy street, Pasadeua. Hours
1 to 4 r. M. fe7tf
LBIE REYNOLDS UiMdiS - RE 1.1 ti 101 "S
services and spirit materialization on
Weducsd iv, Friday and Sunday evenings
nt 355 South Snring s'r. et. f:> lm
jfIHT RATE TIGKH.T OKFIOK UnDIR sr.
\j Charles Hotel. R. It. Tictet- boucbt,
sold and exclianged. R. J. PRYKE A CO.,
311 N. Main street. jm'.Mf
HA ItlJ IRf UK tl, EvrtTi:.
QPHCIAL BARGAIN IN HOUSKS AMD
O lots In Electric Homestead truer.
Nine lols aud three houses (gS'OesCh)
fully paid, for $1700. If preferred 12000
down and remniiiiug $17.''.> iv monthly in
stslltnerits of |uo. Apply No. *, old postof
rice l ull.line m 2 1t
FOR SALE—AT AZI'SA, TBM ACB BIN
g.year-old beating fruit trees aud vines.
I PriceoBoo. AUo, 7'™ acres: no imprnvc
■ ments, eornOr property, at 't 00. Also 40
1 acres witli 10 awes iv .iyearo'd bearing
: vines, at tMOCO, Also 20 acres nicely lm
'proved In ".-year old trees and vines, at
! 13000 W. D. ROOT, TemnlP street mi-lit
IJiO it~SU.K- .1 "i:i V In SIXTitKN
1 acres cot.trsllv sliuatcd. no improve
| ments, a. I3SO per acre; also 30 acres uear
i depor, with hou-e, fast bearing fruit trees
j and ten shares of w«ter stock, at 18600; also
142 acres titielv improved, with thirty shares
of water sock at ?l-_',i.oU: olso 22 acres, with
1 twent'-elgbt shares oi wster stock, house,
i l aru, s seres in beerlllg ;ru! r . Ireeiabdo
acret in alfalfa, at S can; a'so 21 acres, with
large house, baru, IOOj washing on Navels,
500 assorted fruit trees, I acres cranes and
! twenty shares water stock, at HO.UCO W. 1).
ROOT, 28 temple street mi-ot
I I/OR SALE OR EXCHANGE-HOUSE OF
! F 7 rooms, ■ood barn, etc, Including IOJ
acres of tana, highly Improved! oranges,
' lemons, ]i..-:trs, aprloots, grapes, etc., ill In
: beaiiug: (.(tinted between Eighth and Wash
ington, west side of Alain...da st : price, slO.
1600, For further p irticul-rs Inquire at 31
South Main st. JOHN MEADE. f37-lm
(Mi'Y asii oountri Property for
L.' sale. Special Bargains:
Fltlgerald Tract, just subdivided, making
104 beautiful building lots, on Ninth-street
car live, from t&OOt 1 -1 00; easy tsrms.
! Lot 75 feet irout west side I'eari street,
near Tivelftn street.
100 feet on East Fourth ftreet, with house
of five rooms, with cii modern conven
iences.
PARCELS, AG IT R RE ,t CO..
f'Ji'.tf 12 Court st„ opposite courthouse.
F' SALE—BY RUDDY, BURNS 4
Smith, eiglit acre*, flneiy improved,
three-fourths mile west o," city limits, iv
the Cabuenga district; 57500.
Ten acres southwest of Agricultural Park;
sr.ooo.
Seventy-five acres of oil laud near New
ball': (760,
One-half acre on Adams street, finely im
proved, witli five-room house: 5:t,'.00.
Thirty acres on l'cinple street, just out
side of the city limits: I 00 per acre.
Twenty acres on Alam.da, all iv full
beariug orauge orchard aud vineyard;
«0.000.
! A fine orange orchard of twenty-four
acres on Lemon street: . ; »000 per acre.
Several fine lots in the Bonnie Brae tract
Lands iv Antelope valley at ssl to 610 per
acre.
Building lots in all parts of the city at
prices t» suit all.
Retidei.ccs ill all parts of the city.
Tiie most ef tiie property ou our books
cao be had on ess| term*.
The abovo is selected from a very large
list oi property which we have on our boolts
for sa c. Reasonable terms can be ha<l on
most of our property. fcb'23tf
_QAA—A LOT IN THE WILLIAMSON
tSJOUtJ Tract, on Pico street, If applied for
soon. Address c. H., postoflice. fe'2l-tf
lAOK SALE—A FINK LOI IN iluVsCHla,*'
J? felin Orchard tract.
Seven good lots ou the Second street cable
road, near the park.
I Also the best block of cheap lots in the
I city. W. H. TUT HILL,
! feblOtf . r .J N. Spring street.
OR SALE—(WO —ELEGANTS NE W
three-room cottage, nicely painted and
papered, on Mlguouetto street, coruer of
Beaudry street. Terms, *450 cash, balance
?20 per mouth. Come early if you want to
nail down thlß bargain. O. B. SHORT, No.
8 South Spriug St. Fob'.'-tf.
FOR SALE IN TRACTS TO BUTT, |60 PER
acre: 16 miles from Los Ance es, near
ocean. WALTERS st TOBBB, Pico House.
Jan4-tf
1~1 ARMS ANIT TO wiT LO I S —FARMtI OF
1 all sizes, from five to sixteen hundred
acres of land for sale; one of 800 acres a spe
cial bargain, also town lots in the Iron s ii.
phur Springs Tract. New life in and near
this family resort, incident o the comiug ef
the railroads. Tbe best of uatural Mineral
waters and baths. O. T. WIDNEY A CO.,
Fulton Wells P.O. Cal. BSfl-ti
7 1 HEAP HOME FOR SALE—? 1-100—SIX
VV acres, vcy flue land, lv healthy and
desirable location, with I 1 ■'_ story house of 5
good sized rooms, brick cellar "and chim
nevs, large stable with six stalls aud stor
age room for ten tons of hay, pood well and
pump and the entire place surrounded with
force. Price only tllOu. Apply to R.
VEKCH, Room 80, Temple Diock. f-22
' miNCEEEATsEOUfI.
1
Men's Clothing, Youths' Clothing,
BOYS' CLOTHING!
AT
23. -A_!DSIEVE'S.,
One-Price: Clothing: House!
IS South Spring Street.
THIS WEEK SPECIAL SALE OF
to •»«'/•• ii Men's nulaiindried Shirty, linen bosom nud cuffs at 35c rach
-35 Dozen Meu's laundried Shiru, linen bosom aud cuffs 60c eactsl
51) All-wool Sank suits at 15.00 worth it au
s<> imported 4-button Cutaway suits at a great reduction.
AH UnndsSoltl In ill « eatnbllslnnciii are pr.-st.cd and a 11 era. ions
to Improve tliu It IT. aro clone free 01 cksrge.
BE SURE TO CALL ON
E. ADA M.
I>LAIM-M<;| ICE DBAt.BR, 1.5 Smith spring street, l.os Aiiuclr.
fl7-3m
ALBEE & WILLAIiI).

iSl2sfl—The fines: lot in Ellis tract, corner / nswio a, i u .,,n ,i. , . ■ '
of Ellis avenue and Boiisnllo met: I • MOu_8 ''{endid iustde lot in the Duunl
stonewalk in fsout au.l nlongMde ao/mr, vi'„i ~: , ......
MSOO-KJOXI76 feet, Cornet of Wa,hW. ton *~ im> Lacl-l-tve elegaut lots iv the Long
and Broadway. * 'raot. fronting ou Figueroa st.
*2850-Lot saints sire adjoining the above IT- ]° ? ">'*}. cornerTll the Longstreet
on Washington street. <-aoo,t. trac frontiug on Figueroa street,
•8000 Each-Shelf seres on Ocean street. *, ann sn ~,t 5 o „ „,
beginning nt tho cor. of Brosnwav * 7jo "-." p^" tl ' ll corner on Figueroa, size
4W-AH of the above sre covered with ....(Mi Fseh t.™ 1 o' 'c"' the street.
fine bearing Orange Trees and are the flue-t *' y„£'iTli5 0 ' '*« JK south B;de oi
lots Offered for the money in the market. •i«ooI«'^S e l !! t^^a^
menu i,, ino.i-j, 1 „. T , " wisou—Corner tot ou Grand aveuue.
■ 180"—Lot 102x190 feet ou Eleventh st., mi 7-,11 u-o„h r m-ioi „ „
just west of Pearl it; this is cukai'. Each—Lot? MxlsA, on Hope street.
•IS 100—line Jot, Tempo st; .S4UO cheaper «3700-Lot 0"xl(5, on west side of Hill et
than adjoining lots. very desirable for building.
•tSOO-A Beautiful Cottage in the Ellis Tract,
Just being finished—to ceo is to buy !
£UT-Besides the above we havo the remaining lots in the Ellis Tract, which are every
oue of them choice for building speculation. We are selling the cheapest tract of lot- on
the oast slue of the river for (300 to *3.,u per lot; 1100 dowu, balance 120 per month. We
have a few fine hoii.es and improved places which will soli you forborne-. Our specialty
has always b,-eu fine acre nropetty snd tracts for subdivision, and we have the be-t in
the city. Imais a Wkt-W katiiek Advertisement with Duv-Skasu.n Pbicks.
ALBEE & WILLAED,
No. Milt North Spring Street Cos Angeles, Cal.
Lan 25
GRAND AUCTION SALE.
West Coast Land Company,
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CAL.
Incorporated, irlarch 87, ISS6. Capital, #500,000.
DIRECTORS: OFFICERS:
Geo. 0. Perkins, San Francisco. John L. Howard, President.
JOB* L How. un>, Han Francisco. Isaac Gouitrek, Vie ■ President.
Isaac Golotiikk, San Luis Obispo. it. E. Jack, Treasurer.
k. c Jack, Ban Mia Obispo. c. h. Phillips.
0, h. Phillips, san Luis Obispo, tecretaiy aad Manager.
The West Coast Land Company now offers for sole in subdivisions the
PA BO ItOKLtlil ItA.M'.II,
Of 20,400 acres. IessC.OOO acres sold to settlers In the past four months
THE RANTA VStßlib tfANCH,
Of 20,20:) acres;
TIIE ELUEKA It AM HI,
Of 11,000 acres, and 12,000 acres of the
111 EX 111 EUO HA.MJII,
all lying iv a body, ou the 8. P. R, R., Bt its terminus in
SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY.
ffSB-tvii.E SELL AT PEBLIO AIX'TIOWI
About MARCH 2tM (for date, see later advertisement) the balance of the-
PaSO ROBLES RANCHO, consisting of town lots iv Templeton, 800 seres
in ft to It! sere lots adjoining Templeton, and 14,000 acres In ranch subdi
visions. Also, 2100 acres of the HIBR lIUERO RANCH iv '.0 subdivisions.
These are all agricultural and fruit lands, in quality eiiual to any in
the State, with an average annual rainfall exceeding thai 01 Sauta Clara
county, and require No IRRIGATION.
Title, United States patent, to be iree and clear of all incumbrances.
TERVIS Of SALE.
in Templeton, cash, United States gold coin; nil other tracts one
third cash, balance iv four equal payments, In 2. A, 4 aud 5 years; iuterest tl
per cent, per annum. The mortgage tax iwid by the mortgagee in kes the
interest about 4 per cent, net to the puickaser. Au additional charge will
be made of $5 lor deed in sale of town lot-, and SAi In other cns»s for ex
penses of sale, including irtaking and recordine all papers Senedule
price of ranch subdivisions average ?20 au acre; uf "1 to Li-aero lots, $90 au
acre
SALE WITHOUT RESERVE,
Providing that no bid will be entertained at less than CO per cent, of sched
ule prices: 10 per cent of cash payment (but in uo case less than #100) re
quired at fait of hammer; 30 days to complete sale. Parties failing for 30
days forfeit sum paid.
Parties going from Los Angeles take P. C. S. 8. Co.'s steamers from San Pedro to Bam
Luis obispo. rrom San Fraueiseo, taie R:;:0 a. X, daily traius 8. P. R. R. to Templeton.
Baltics wishing to inspect said lands with a view 10 purchasing atthe auction, or any
of the company's land at private sale, will be shown the property free of charge by
applying at tiie compauy's «'flice in Templeton.
of all the rmch subdivsions of Tompleton, of the ft to 12 aero suburban
lots anil a eeneral map showing the location of the company's lauds, with a new de
scriptive ca aloguc. are In press aud will be sent free 011 appllatiou caitcr the 25th inst
(February, 1.M7. | Address
a. H. PHILLIPS, Manager.
West Coatt Laud Co., San Luis Obispo, Cal.
JOHN J. JONES & CO.,
283 North Main Street, ftt Postoflice Building.
TNTENDING PURCHASEBS OK ORCHARDS AND VINEYARDS, OR LANDS SUIT-
A able fur raising fruit, will coubiiß flieir in'erest by rolling ou us. Long residence
? f HMS-ftK, with . l ! s Peculiar resources aud climate, nnd long experience in
the RAISING OF FRI 11, enables us to supply snob Information as is uecess ry to safe
investment. We have many bargains to offer, including CITY AND COUNTRY PEOP
KRIY, and we most respectfslly solicit a call. We understand our busiuess and can
please our customers.
I'aliiidnlc Colony Lstnell from W7 to 525 per acre.
fay-Water Rights on all Lands from 111 to *25 per acre.-^Ji
JOHN J. JONES & CO.,
XHS Nortli Vluill Street New rostnl Ili c Huildlne
REAL ESTATE ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS.
Also, a Choice Tract of 90 Acres or Subdivision, and an Excellent Dairy.
CORN AND STOCK FARM, FOR SALE STRICTLY ON THEIR MERITS.
No brass band at your expense; no free lunch or houses given away; no by-blddiug
at auction sales; uo lottery schemes required iv selling property that lias REAL MERIT;
for those who reason for themselves and compare noles as to values aud advantages of
property we may offerovor adjacent real estate. Wo are here to stay, have a due regard
for public opinion, nud, in the end, flud it more pleasant and profitable to recommend
such properties as have never failed to realize profit to purchasers Among our best bar
gains are:
First—An additional subdivision of 20 acres (the first B) having been closed out a
lower figures) lots 60 feet front, wide streets, 1 mile enstof oitrrlty limits. Grand Viewo'
mountains north, valley ami ocean south, portion of city west: perfectly level; the only
tract east of the city limits having its own reservoir. Resides, these lots have anew well,
80 feet of excellent water, large windmill and tank for domestic purposes free. 520.0 l) is
now being expended under contract ou g-ading Second street alone, to be completed in To
days. 50 acres have been donated for a magnificent college. It is between the imposed
ctble nud electric roads ((tartly competed) not Irr from Mrect cars now running. PRICE,
1160 PER LOT. Terms, 9U down and tfl" monthly installment.!. No interest. ' Valuable
developments w 11 be made within the next HO days, after which prices will be advanced.
Second — A beautiful tract of the choicest land for subdivision of yo acres. A gland
view, neat-la; ulllevel; no alkali or adobe land; near ourcity limits: has nn over-supply
Of excellent water; on tlie line of march of valuable improvements. ONLY 1100 PER
ACRE. Terms to suit.
Third—One of the cholcestdairv farms in this county,or unsurpassed foreorn, alfalfa
aud stock: 144 acres, 12 miles from tho city, ou railroad, all fenced: good Improvements,
Bowing wells: running stream; one-third in alfalfa. A great bargain. Terms to suit.
We have all kiuds ol city and ounty property for sale.
felS-lm HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN, No 20 South Spring Street
GRAPE CUTTINGS.
LiOK SALE, CUTTINGS OF THE FOL
' lowing varieties: Kerger, Zinfaudel,
Trousseau, Granacbe, Alataro, Carrignan
Petite Penot, or Black Burgundy. Ganay'
Tieutuera Apply to E. L. MAYBBRU V
San Gabriel, Cal,
It. V. CAItI.TON,
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT. 28
N. Spring street, Los Angeles, Califor
uia, will attend to collection of cuts
aud pay taxes for non-residents. Venture
county lands and town lots for sale.
Hoftrcnce: First Nation tl Hank, of Los
Angeles. Residence 628 8. 11111.

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