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The Last Day.
The constitutional limit of the ses
sion of the Legislature was reached
yesterday. That is, after the lapse
of sixty days the Legislature may
continue in session for an indefinite
period, hut no per diem can be drawn
hy tho members. The two Houses
will probably keep together till mid
night to-morrow night, and that will
be tie end. Out of the six hundred
bills presented at this session, but
•even measures, of a general charac
ter, possessing interest to the great
mass of the people, had been passed
two days ago. A number of routine
bills have become laws, but of the
great number of general laws on the
files of the two Houses none will pass
that are antagonized with any degree
of active opposition. The most im
portant measure adopted at this ses
sion is undoubtedly the measure
known as Wright's Irrigation bill.
This law will remand to the counties
the formation of irrigation districts,
nnd provide a mode for their govern
ment and roles to control them in the
issue of bonds, etc. It is hoped that
this law will do much to solve the ir
rigation problem. We believe it to
be legislation in the right direction,
and will be put on trial. Measures
of considerable importance to the
people of tbis State will find
themselves hopelessly buried in
the files when the hour for
adjournment comes. This has hap
pened session after session ever
since the new constitution went into
effect; and it will continue to happen
as long as th 3 sixty days' limit re
mains in force. It is the well-con
sidered opinion of all who have given
tbe subject their study, as well as of
ail the officers of State who have had
practical experience of the working of
the sixty-day limit, that the time ought
to be extended. If Mr. Spurgeon's
amendment to the constitution ex
tending the time to ninety days were
adopted, a very measurable relief,
would be had. Take the present ses
sion, for instance. No one doubts
thst many of the bills now buried in
the files ought to become laws.
"With thirty more days of life this
"Legislature would have time to prop
erly consider, amend and pass these
bills. The main work has been done
upon them. Tbey have been thor
oughly digested by the members, and
e»;h one knows exactly about the
course ho ought to take with regard
to them. Therefore, these bills are
in the position of a nearly finished
piece of work which is destined to re
main in thst state because the *hop
or factory in which they are being
wrought out cannot be re-opened.
Tbe best thought of the State is rap
idly rising to the propriety of extend
ing ihe time of the session, and peo
ple are begining to realize the fact
that it is a poor economy on the part
of the State to close the session at the
Teiy time when its labors are about
to bear fruit.
Tiie dangers of fatalism, which is
the central belief of the dynamiters
in the old world and the new, should
be met by proper education of the
young before the poison of this de
structive belief has entered their
souls and destroyed their usefulness.
The idea which the dynamiters incul
cate, that man is forced*to commit
crime; that he is irresponsible;
brought into the world unknowingly
with a sex und country not of his
own choice; with a body of faculties
subject to suffering; obliged to eat
snd drink and sleep and strive for sn
existence snd die, simply by some
nmnrn force, some irresistible power
that sets man in the woild snd takes
LOS ANGELES DAILY*'HERALD. MARCH 4. 1837.
damage earned to property-holders on
Telegraph Hill. San fraueiseo, through
excavations made by the contractors for ,
material for the seawall, was squelched
in the Assembly, as it should havo been.
The House passed tho bill to enlarge
the powers of tbe State Board of Forest
ry; also to provide for the permanent
impr vement of the Home for Feeblt-
Minded Childreu, aud to provide for im
provements in the Deaf, Dumb and Blind
~^Van7s7 r " Personals," aud other adver
tisements under the following heads in
serted at to rate oi 5 cents per line tor
TO LET—BASEMENT AT NO. 20! NORTH
Main S'.. lu<|Ulro at S. P. R. It. office,
cot. Commercial and Main St. HW
TO LET—THE HALL HOW BEING VA
cated by the Masonic Order, situated at
No. 25 North Maiu St. (McDonald Block).
Secret societies aud other organizations can
now have an opportunity to secure oue of
the finest halls iv the city for their meet
tugs. Apply at No 26 North M.ln St., third
floor. room 38. W.F.SIOBY. f!7 lm
TO LET-LARGE SALE YARD, CORRAL
and stables, in the.heart of the city. In
quire of JOHN C. BELL, No. 17 Temple
J7IOR REN I'—AT FROM $3 To $20 PER
1 year; safe deposit boxes in absolutely
reauaburtiar prooi chrome steel vault.
Inspection invited. THE CHILDRESS
SAFE DEPOSW BANK. 37 South Spring st.
WAN I ED—TO '1 BADE A LOT FOtt THE
plastering of a 14-room house ; will also
trade a lot lor the painting of the house. A
20 sere lot of land nt a bargain ior a few
days only; just outside of the city. SIORY
& BLANC 11 AUD, 11". W First street. I—Hi
FOX IbEWT— HUUSKS.
f'Oli RF.NI— HOUSE, tlh' NINE kuuas,
on Buena Vi-ta street iTo. OO per month
snd furniture to Fell cheap. JOHN P. P.
PUCK, lsVj 8 '•iith Spring street. meat
FOR BENT—A QOOD SEVEN-ROOM,
bard finished house, party lu-nished,
tliree aud a ha.i mil-s from courthouse Ap-
Dlv to ADAMS A SON, room 11, 75 N. Spriug
street. " lltf
T'" O LET-TWO GOOD SUNNY BOOMS,
Eliding doors, urate, and furnished:
bath on same Moor; with or without board.
931 W. Seventh street. Inquire at Southern
California Natioual Bank, m 2 It
F" OR RENT—BY" TIIE WEEK OR MONTH,
four sunny rooms nicely furnished, in
the Emerald Cottage. Occju avenue, next
to Clill' House, Santa Monica. Apply to
MRS. geobge boeiimu, ou ths premises,
FOtJND— IF YOU NEED MONEY GO TO
tho Uuion Loiu Office, No. 3 North
Main street. m t lm
LOST-FEBBi: ARY"2BTH, A RED -ETTER
dog: answers t.i the name nf •Jip." Re
turn to MAURICE LOWENSTKIN, Commer
cial Cigar Store, next door to the new post
office. m4 '- 1
QTRAYED OR STOLEN—FROM WAGON
0 on Second street, 2 mares, 1 black and
tbe other gray. A liberal reward will be
patd for ilieir return to Pony stables by
WM. BBOWN and OHAI. FINCH. m«-lt
L~~ OSi-FKOM SUNNY SLOPK, S4.N GA
br el, bay mare, botli front feet white
aud one hind one Nohraud. m 3 t f
1 IAMK l<> MY PLA'IE, ON LEMON
\j s;rp<-t. Leeks' . Vineyard, Sunday, a bay
marc wLh white stripe on face; no brand.
Had a blanket ou nud martingale. Owner
can have same by pa\ing charges. L.
LOdl-A WHITE HORSE, SIX YEABS
oi l - will weigh about tOO pounds. A
reward will be paid for his return to 401 N.
Main street. ml-5t
LOST— A GOLD BRACELET, BETWEEN
Fifth nnd Maiu streets and Temple
B.ock. Flense return to the Temple Block.
QTRAYED OK STOLEN —A BAY MARE,
O about fourteen bands high, eight years
old bald faced and deep scar on left front
foot both flesh ami hooi. Liberal reward
paid. W. N. MONROE. On Monday night,
February 14, la»7. f.22 tf
iirls'T STT - 0 OLL ATE B AI7"TO — L"6AN
VV money on, nt Union Loan Office, No.
3 North Maiu street. _ m4-lm
W'ANI-D— tfUPILS FUR FIAftO.UHOA'N
and voice taught iv tlie most thorough
manner. Terms, $5 per month. Beginners,
iv classes of two or three, $3 per month.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
For particulars call at 149 Wall street. f2Btf
WANTED— TO _ EXC~HANGE, A FINE UP
right plauo for desirable residence
lois. Call at 113 South Olive street. f27tf
WANTED — ALL fAKIIEs HAVING
houses, stores, furnished or unfur
nished rooms to rent, call on us. We have
the best facilities for advertising them. One
dollar registering fee required. BaND
HOLT St CO., 230 North Mam st._ P26 lw_
WANTED — EVER I BODY Yo INSURE"
their property with the old reliable
Hartford Fire Insurance Co. BANDHOLT A
CO , City Agents. 230 N. Main st. f'ifi lw
WANT— D-ONK TO 100 uoZEN PIG
eons; « per dozen paid. JOHN W.
GJtIFFIN, Agricultural Park, f-.'l-tf.
IA/ANiED—BI,OOO, $3,1X10 AN u So.OuO UN
?T different improved property at once:
state lowest rate of interest. "BORROW
ER," P. O. Box 1194, Los Augeles, Cal.
WANTED— SITUATION BY A COMPE
teut man, in private family, t« take
care of horses aud sows; understands Har
dening and chicken raising ; best references
for last teu years. Address "F. P.," this
office. m;i 2t
'EMALE COOKS, WAITERS. CHAMBElt
maids, nurse*, seamstress, &c. <tc.,
furnished on short notice by Mmc Smith,
No. 7 North Main street. 124-Un
GENTLEMAN THOROUGHLY Ac
quainted with all the details of vine
growing and wine-making, and having
ovet twenty years of experience as manager
cf large estates, both in France aud Aus
tralia, desires similar occupation in this
couutry. First class refereuces. Address,
"VITICULTURIST," postoflice, Los Au
geles. m 2 3t.
him out at will, appears to be the
central thought and mainspring of
Such an idea, though clothed in
beautiful robes of rhetoric, is mon
strous beyond description. It sun
ders every bond of affection, of
honor, of obligation of contracts, of
right to person or property, and
makes the earth a pandemonium. It
destroys the pleasure of hope and
the basis of honorable ambition, and
obliterates all law, human and di
With such an idea, by which any
person can become a justifiable
pirate on the property of any other
person, no ships would be built to
sail the seas, no railways to carry the
people with speed and comfort,
no houses erected or orchards
planted or grain sown, or telegraphs
built, or schools, churches, libraries,
universities or manufactories estab
lished to be destroyed at will by fatal
ists, who declare that they are forced
to such destruction by an arbitrary
power and have no responsibility of
These declarations are made by the
fatalists in all lands. A few weeks
ago a murderer in Alameda county,
in this State, enunciated the same
idea and said hy was not responsible
for the crime, he was forced by an
unseen power to commit the deed.
Tho dynamite throwers of bombs
in San Francisco, in Chicago, in New
York and St. Petersburg have the
same idea which must result in blood
and suffering to the race.
This belief is worße than war, or
pestilence, or famine or earthquake
shocks. It ruins mankind. It anni
hilates all that is good, all that It
great, all that is lovely, all that gives
noble impulses to humanity and
makes holy lives float as psalms
through the ages.
An intelligent selfishness and an
ownership of property for individual
use is a necessity to civilization. In
our schools of learning this proposi
tion has been too much neglected,
but should receive careful and wise
Tbe M ltcraiti »»» Letter from
Bpcci.il Hkrald Correspondence.
Sacramento, March 2, 18S7.
Up to this weeic the Legislature bas
been dragging a slow and weary length,
but as tbe fixed time for adjournment
draws near both House sure getting down
to business and attempting to make up
in haste for what they neglected in in
'ndolence. Thursday next is the legal
expiration of the Legislature unless that
body should decide to hold over beyond
that time without pay, which will prob
ably be tbe case, as a great deal of nec
essary legislatiou remains unaccom
plished and cannot be perfected in the
regular iime alotted. The moat absorb
ing question tbat has yet taken form in
this session is that of mining debris,
which it is sought to solve by tbe repre
sentatives ot the miuiug interest by a
law permitting the construction aud
maintenance of restraining dams. Tbis
proposition has met with the most bitter
antagonism by the valley people, who
are fanatical on the subject, aud will listen
to nothing tbat does not contemplate a
total suppression of hydraulio mining
in every form. Tbe miniug members in
the Senate have worked like beavers for I
tbe Debris Dam bill introduced by Sena
tor Walrath, of Nevada county, and
thought that on yesterday they bad
reached a consummation of passage of
the bill, having bad it made a special
order for 2 p. h , but when that hour
arrived, something seemed to bave in
tervened to make their tight less certain
and they obtained a postponement nntil
10 o'clock A. st, to-day. It was ru
mored in the lobby tbat somebody had
"fell down," and it certainly looked tbat
way. Tbe valley people, under the
leadership of the redoubtable Tom
Clunie, bave made a strenuous contest
against tbe measure, but bave not
faced tbe issue squarely, but have
sought to beat it by delay, obstruction
quibble, dilatory motions and specious
amendments. Tbe sympathies of all
about tbe Legislature, outside of the
valley people, are with the miner, but
there is no telling what the tine band of
the great Michiavelli, ChristopberJßuck
ley, may accomplish. He has been a
steady attendant and attentive listener
to tbe debates on tbe question, and bas
held a sort of levee in one corner of tbe
Senate Chamber, and both debris and
anti-debris men have bsen among bis
most respectful courtiers. Not saying i
tbat the fate of tbe measure is in bis
hands, still there is a great deal of weal
or woe to a measure before thia Legis
lature should either Mr. Buckley or Mr.
Higgins elect to favor or antagonize it,
as the former has a pull on the Demo
cratic members and tbe latter on the
THE CHIEF AIM
Of the lobby, and also many members
oa tbe floor, seem] to be to utilize the
time now remaining in "helping tbe
boys" on little private bills, and in drag
ging the treasury for various purposes,
both useful and useless. As usual, tbe
circulation ot co:i), and a diiinclination
to get tbe Stato in a bad fix by encour
aging tbe creation of a surplus in tbe
Statu Treasury, is the mainspring of ao
ti.m. The general appropriations bave
been pasted by the House, and will also
be passed by the Senate, with slight if
any modifications. This, of course, will
preclude any possibility of an extra ses
s on, but theu it is conceded tbat the
Governor would, in no e»ent—ex
cept in unlooked-for emergency—
call an extra session, and hence, in
justice to the State aud to themselves,
the members will be compelled to give
gratis to the State a few days of their
valuable time. However, they will
have a tacit claim against the State, and
no one is so uncharitable as to bint that
the next Legislature will be so miserly
as not to see to it that the laborer is
accorded his hire.
PASSED AND DEFEATED BILLS.
The Senate yesterday passed what is
known ad tbe Messenger bill, to pro
hibit the sending of boys with messages
to disreputable places. This is aimed as
the district telegraph companies, and is
a good and wholesome correction of
what ban jrrown to be a most demoraliz
ing corrupter of youtb, particularly in
The Police Pension Fund bill, which
applies only to San Francisco, baa
passed tbe Senate and will become a
law, for there is a heavy influence at
The bill to make the State pay for the
MA KU A INK IM HCA- ESTATE.
_»9ksA BP_F.NI>Iu FOOI HILL RANCH,
JSOiiUsaJaoreß.atmut lOOplowsble. Some
barley, wheat, Muscat vtues, etc., already
planted and growing. Ever flowing spring
of good water. Tne whole, Including buck
board, guns, tools, etc., $320 cash. H J.
LLOYD TREGO, postofflce, Alpine Station,
Los Angel™ colllltv. m4-8t
_>ok Sale—ai oijAKit:, eIAT-na
j? acres centrally situated, no Improve
ments, at $260 per acre; also 2'Jacres near
depot, with house, tion bearing fruit trees
and ten shares of water stock, at $3o00; also
42 acres finely improved, with thirty shares
of water stock, ft $12,« X); alto 22 acres, with
twentv-elght shares of water s'.ock, house,
taru, SRcres iv Uoariug Iruit Ireland' 1
acres lv alfalfa, ::t $.'(«?; also 24 acres, wltß
large house, barn. 1003 Washing on Navels,
500 assorted fruit trees, 1 acres grapes and
twenty shares water stock, at $1.,000 W. 0,
ROOT, 25 Teuip'.e SUCCt. _■«■»<
TJIOR SALE OR EXOtIA?T«E- T IIOtJ3B OF
r 7 room>, good barn, Including 101
acres of land, highly Ist*reiMl orauges,
lemons, pears, apricots, * rapes, etc., all iv
bearing; situ a ted bet ween Eighth and Wash
ington, west sldo of Alameda, st ; vrice, >10,
500. For iurthcr particulars inquire at 31
South Main st JOHN MEADE. t27.nn
ni'i'f and coun in» Property for
\j sale. Special Bargains:
Fitzgeralu tract, just subdivided, making
04 beautiful bnlldiiu; lots, ou Ninth-street
car line, from tM'H:) Hi '00: ea<y farms.
Lot 75 feet front west side I'earl street,
near Twelfth street. , , ,
100 feet on East Fourth street, with house
of five rooms, with all modern oouveu
lenc.'s. p AKCEL9i a(UTI rrE & CO.,
f26tf 12 Court St., opposite cuurthouse.
T?01i HAIJC-BY BUDDY, BURNS A
P Smith, eight seres, flueiy improved,
three fcurihs mils west of city limits, in
theCabnempidis<ric; *7500. ,„ ,
Ten acres southwest of Agricultural Park;
Sevonry-five acres of oil laud near New
haU';*7sU. . , ,
One-half aore on Adams street, fine'y Im
proved, with five-room house: «3:0 X).
Thlrt/acres on Temple stieet, just nut
side of Ihe city limits; ¥ 00 per aore.
Twenty acres ou Alamtda, all In full
bearing orange orchard aud vineyard;
A fine orange orchard of twenty-four
acres on Lemon strett: iIOOO por acre.
Several finelotß In the Bouuio Brae tr.ict.
Lsnds lv Antelope valley at *t> to $10 per
Building lots iv all parts of the city at
prices to suit all.
Residences in all parts of the city.
The most of tho property ou our books
ca'i be had on cssy terms.
Tho above Is selected from a very lnrgc
Hit oi property which we have on our books
ior sa a. Reasonable terms can be harl on
must ot our property. feh23H
fiQAA—A LOT IN '1 HE WILLIAMSON
<!OUU Tract, on Pico street, If applied for
soon. H., I'ostorhce. _ fe'2l-tf
IOOK SALE —A FINE LO 1 IN iHaSCBIaV
X 1 feiin Orchard tract.
Seven good lots ou the Secoud street cable
road, near the park.
A.so the beat block of cheap lots in the
city. W. H. TUTHILL,
feblOtf 52 N. Spriug street.
F~OR SALE IN TRAOIS TO iUI t, $50 PER
acre; Id miles from Los Ange es, near
ocean. WALTERS & TUBES, Pico House.
_IARMS AND TOWN Lv iS —FARMS OF
JJ all sizes, Irom five to sixteen hundred
acres of land for sale; one of 600 acres a spe
cial bargain; also town lots In the Iron Sul
phur Springs Tract. New life in and near
this family resort, incident o the comiug of
the railroads. Tho best of natural miueral
waters and baths. C. T. WIDNEY & CO.,
Fulton Wells P. O. Cal. no2l-tf
HEAP HOME FOR SALE—SI4OO six
I.; acres, very flne land, In healthy aud
uesirable location, with V,i story house of 5
good sized rooms, brick cellar and chim
nevs, large stable with six stalls snd stor
age room for ten tons of hay, good well and
pump aud the entire place surrounded with
fence. Price only tliOU. Apply to R.
VERCH. Room 80, Temple Block. f-22
PARTNER WANTED—WITH 81000. BEST
thlui; ever presented. No previous ex
perience. Address "MINES" Postoflice Box
1034. Los Angeles, Cal. in4-4t
I~r<Oß SALE—A REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
' with fixtures; good location and cheap
rent: price, 8100. Nn. 10 North Mam. nrl.it
ANTED— BY - AN OLD DOCTOR A
suitable place for a drugstore and a
small proiessional busiuess. Address W. P.
PUGH, No. 34 North Alameda street. Los
Angeles. mi 5t
F">OR RENT—FORTY ACRES OF TIIE
best available land; entitled to full ir
rigation; rent at low figures; the land is sit
uated about five miles from the city. Ad
dress, by letter, to postoflice box No. 130.
m 2 tf
ed by a reol estate fi m. Good olllce
and location. 212 North Main street, city.
ANTED AT ONCE — A MANAGING
partner, to go to Pasadena and man
age a branch, store, in furniture aud bod
ding business. Capital required, 8300 to
84C0 Chance seldom met with. Apply to
California Upholstering and Bedding Co.,
222 Downey avenue. nff-tf
\~~"~/~0~TltD— A MANAGER FOR WINE
VV manufactory, lo take full charge; must
be able to invent 83000 to »sCooif satisfied
with the business. Address MANUFAC
TURING COMPANY, P. O, box 1194, Los An
geles, Cal. feb 17tf
ARTNER WANTE ', TO JOIN THE AD
vertiser with a few hundre d or a thous
and dollars, in a first-class paying business;
fullest Investigation solicited and refrren
ces giveu; no previous experience necessa
ry, Address MERCHANT, P.O. Box 1194,
Los Augeles, Cal. febl7-3moß
PARTNERSHIP WANTED—A GENTLE
man of experience, with $1000 to 11500 at
command, wishes to join in partnership
with a paying concern, where his time and
mouey can be utilized. Address BONA
FIDE, care room 3, No. 28 N. Spring street
Los Angeles, Cal. febl7-3mos
F" OR OF THE OLDEST AND
best established hotels in this city,with
a long iease. It has au established reputa
tlon ior respect ability, nod is doing a large
and remunerative business. Principals
only treated with. Address
feblOtf J M. ROHILL, P. O. Bns 1238
FOB S.4EE—City Property.
/ 1 REAT BARGAINS IN THE ELECTRIC
IjT Homestead tract Nine lots and three
800 houses for sale. Low price. Small
capital required; easy terms. Apply to No.
4, old postofflce building. J. GARDNER.
FOR SALE-ONE STORY FRAME HOUSE.
7 rooms. No. 27 West Los Angeles street,
between First nnd Second streets. Enquire
MEYBERG BROS,, corner Main and Spriug
streets. m 3 4t
LX)R SALE—X A BEAUII
-1: ful brick house (pres.ed brick iront) of
8 nard finished rooms, with kitchen, pantry
and bath room; pleasantly situated onthe
hill on Montreal street; will sell for 12500.
Call nt house, 324 Montreal street, third
house north of Virgin street. m 3 fit
l/OR SALE—II6xI79 on Gaud av»n.e
J che..p. McCOYE ,t CUoHMAN, 23 N.
Spring street. m tf
I~~MJH SALE—CHOICE LOT IN "'IHE
• Childs tract, on electric railroad liar,
McCOYE & CUBHMAN, 23 N Spring street.
EiOR SALE—BEAU II FUL LOT HILL
street near Eleventh, cheap. McCOYE
A PUSH MAN, '.'3 N. Soring street. m2tf
OSO'lta FOR NEW HOUSt AND MNE
lot on tbe south side of Twelfth
street. Reuts for $30 per month. Apply to
W. I. McIN'IOSH. 122 N Spring St. 12li lw
FOR 8ALE~~~~<""N~ ~THE INdTALLRIENT
plau house oi 6 rooms, lot 52x110, on
the hill and only ten minutes' walk from
court house; $400 cash, balauce on very easy
terms. ROCHESTER A LAYTON, 0 North
Main street. febl7tf
IftO't SALE—ON THE INSTALLMENT
! plan house of 4 rooms nesr Main street
cars: 8350 cash, balance 825 per month.
ROCIIEoTEU & LAI TON, 9 North Main
FOR SALE-FIVE LOTS, THREE BLOCKS
from postoflice. Must be sold. A big
bargain: only 8950. GRAHAM, TAYLOR &
Co., 12 West First street. tit lm
VOR SALE—HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS,
-T nicely furnished; well established, with
lease for two years; rent reasonable. Wish
to sell ou account of slekncßS. Those de
siring to invest call ou premises, No. 13
Sepal eda street, Los Angeles, Cal. SYD
NEY CAi'TON. ~ feie-tf
bltlß SAIE—S LOTS, 40X50, 875; 5 LulS,
41x125, »125; 2 lots, 40x240, 8275; 1 lot,
75x300, with house and garden, nnd other
Improvements. This property is ou Lncy
aveuue, 2 blocks from Wells street station,
Pasadena R. R. Take horso cars to Daly
street, then go along Daly to Wells street
one block pass ihe briok yard and turn to
the right up Lacy avenue, and It is the last
house on the left. E. M. A. MORGAN. f22-lm
Popular Pleasure Panic* for all
Leave Los Augeles March 10 and 3', April
14 and 28, Call on or address A. PHILLIPS
&CO , 134 N. Main St., Los Angeles, ml-lm
LADIES, is life and health worth preserv
ing? If you think sn, use Gilmore's Aro
matic Wive. Ci F. Helnzeman, agoat, I. ■•>
ANTED—FIRST CLA34 * MALE AND
female help constantly at 88 South
Spring street. Telephone 561 m4-lm
OW KAI'E OF INTERnSt CHARGED
st Union L >au Ottice, No. 8 North Main
MONEY XO LOAN ON NOTES, AND BILLS
discounted o bought. Address lull par
ticulars in confidence to BANKING, P. O.
Box 1084, Los Augeles, Cal. febl7-3mos
*o£fl fi^Wl T0 LOAN. BORROWERS
m mO\Jt\j\J\J wlllsave money by calling
direct on A.J. VIELK, room 88, Schumacher
Block ■ feba-lm.
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
iv am uuts to suit. BRODTBECK &
PLNNE V, No. li) N Spring St. febfi lm
TO LOAN—THREE LAlttaE SUMS TO
suit the borrowers. Low rates of inter
est. H. GRIFFIN, room I. No. i 8 North
Spring street, Los Augeles, Cal. )22 tf
FOR SALE—DIAMOND, WATCHES AND
Jewelry sold low at Union Loan Office,
3 North Main street. lnl-lci
IjlOR SALE—HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS, AT
! 382 East Fourth Street. Rot water is
piped through the house. Sepsrate en
trance for roomers. Brick cellsr under en
tiro house. Price I2ROO, part cash. Call at
182, Wall street. m 4 2t
TjlOR SALE—A HOI EL, FURNISHED, 12
Jj looms, batb, water piped all through
house, with stable and bare. By LLOYD,
YORBA at CO., 23« North Main, Baker Block.
JMSK HORSE. BTI DEHAKKR PHAETON
Jj and harness for sale. J.W.GILLETTE,
122 Temple street. _____ 'eb__tf
tX)R BALE—FORTY HEAD OF" FINE
' cows, some with calves, cheap. Ad
dress No. 1911, P. O. box, to W. L. WEBB.
FOR SALE —~A FIRST-CLAbS i KAr* D
Square IlAllett& Davis Piano for sale
cheap. Address P. O box No. 1196. »9tf
i?OR SALE—A KIND, GENTLE HOKSE;
P perfectly safe for a lady. Can be seen
at 857 South Hill stroet. fel9 lot
IrtOß SALE-FRESH UOWs-THOROUOH-
I bred and grade Jersey cows; fresh,
good milkers, kind and gentle; the best
f.milv and dairy oows in tne world. Ad
dress F. J. BARRETTO, Downey,California.
CiA I IfUi CHOICE OLIVE CUTTINGS FOR
J_»U,UUU aale, cheap, at tne place of 0. R.
RINALDI, San Fernando, Cal. 18-lm
Men's Clothing, Youths' Clothing,
One-Price: Clothing: House!
IS South Spring Street.
THIS WEEK SPECIAL SALE OF
40 Snziin Men's unlanndrted Shirt", linen bosom nnd cuffs at. 35c each.
35 l»ozcn Mcu's laundried Shirt?, linen bosom and cuffs 60c each.
100 Men's Cassimere suits at & 12.50 worth SIB.OO
50 All-wool Back suits at 15.00 worth 25.60
50 Imported 4-button Cutaway suits at a great reduction.
All (ionds Sold In mv establishment are pressed and alterations)
to Improve thu FIT. are done free of charge.
BE SURE TO CALL ON
E. A. X) A. M 3
PLAIN-FIIiL'ItE OEALEU, 15 Smith sprine Street, l.os Angeles.
ALBEE & WILLARD.
SI lOO—Elegant lot on Ellis avenue, uear 98500—Lot in the Dtmnfgnn tract, on Pico
Figueroa, iv the Ellis tr ict. street. 62x15u; clean side.
!51230-Thc | fluest lot In tract, corner aaoO-St lcndld inside lot in the Dunni
of JUlls H\ciii!t' nii'i liouK'iilo .'trttt t; can truck
itnfvwnVS cor U n r fr n o J f » 200 « Each-Five elegant lots in the Long.
* 7„ 1 fill, ,;. 0f >Vtt * h ' K <> tou street tract, fronting on Figueroa st.
«ioo-n Vn, .nl Aii« „ „ X »Ssoo—The finest corner in tlie Lougstreet
«22.>0-Lnt., .m Mw adjoining the nbove tract, fronting on Figueroa street,
on \>a>niii»Hou street. COxlUOfcpt
SIOOO Ench-3 half acres on oc ean street, 87500-Heaulifu'l corner oa Figueroa, size
__. beginning at the cor. of Bronaway 150x100; clean side of the street
- «a?" All of the above ore covered with 81000 Each-Two lots on south side of
fine bearing Orange Trees and aro the finest York street near Fleuoroa
lot! offered for the mouey iv the market. o\V^i^,V.a».
B,BIM »1750Ench-Lot S 50x184. on Hope street.
•MOU— Mne h>:, Temp c st; 8400 cheaper S37oo—Lot GrxlfO, on west side of Hill st;
than adjoiuiug lots. very desirable for building.
53500-A Beautiful foliage in the Ellis Tract,
Just being finished—to see is to buy !
afjgp-Befldes the above we have the remaining lots in the Ellis Tract, which are every
one of them choice for building speculation. We are selling the cheapest tract of lots on
the east si.ie of the river for «;!00 to $840 per lot; 3100 down, balance 120 per month. We
have a few flue homes and irnpro\ed places which will suit you for home:. Our specialty
has always been flne acre property and tracts for subdivision, and we have the best in
the city. Tins is a Wei-Weather Advertisement with Dry-Season Prices.
ALBEE & WILLARD,
No. 3fJ>£ Nor Hi Spring Street In. Angeles. Cal*
GRAND AUCTION SALE.
"West Coast Land Company,
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CAL.
Incorporated, March 87, i ssc. Capital, 8500,000.
DIRECTORB: OFFICERS: *
Geo. C. Perkins, San Francisco. John L. Howard, President.
John L Howard, San Francisco. Isaac Golotree, Vie a President.
Isa*c Goldtuee, Sin Luis Obispo. R. E. Jack, Treasurer.
R. E Jack. San Luis Obispo. C. U. PHILLIPS,
C. U. Phillips, Ban Luis Obispo. Secrctftiy aud Manager.
The West Coast Land Company now otTers for sale in subdivisions the
PASO ItOHI.D.H ItANCH,
Of 20,400 acres, less 0,000 acres sold to settlers in the past four months;
THE SANTA ISABEL It AM 11,
Of 20,200 acres;
THE EtUEKA ItANCH,
Of 11,(00 acres, and 12,000 acres of the
HI I X lIS ! no RANin,
all lying in a body, on tbe 8. P. R. ft*, nt its terminus in
SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY.
CsTWILL SELL AT PUBLIC AlTTKl^m
About MARCH 22d (for date, see later advertisement) the balance of the
PaSO KOhLES RANCHO, consisting of town lots in Templeton, 800 ncres
in 5 to 12-scre lots adjoining Templeton, and 14,000 ncres iv ranch subdi
visions. Also, 2100 acres of the HUSK lIUERO RANCH iv 20 subdivisions.
These aro all agricultural and fruit lands, in quality equal to any in
tbe State, with an average annual rainfall exceeding that 01 Santa Clara
county, and require No IRRIGATION.
Title, United States patent, to be iree and clear of all incumbrances.
TEU UK OF SALE.
Lots iv Templeton, cash, United States gold coin; all other tracts one
third cash, balance iv four equal payments, iv 2.8, 4 and 5 jears; interest 6
per cent, per annum. The mortgage tax paid by the mortgagee mikes the
Interest about 4 per cent, net to the purchaser. An additional charge will
be made of t"> for deed in sale of town lots, and 825 In other cas<?B for ex
penses of sale, including making and recording all papers Schedule
price of ranch subdivisions average *20 au acre; of 5 to 12-acre lots, fa) an
SALE WITHOUT RESERVE,
Providing that no bid will he entertained at less than 60 per cent, of sched
ule prices; 10 per cent of cash payment (but in no case less than $100) re
quired at fall of hammer; 30 days to complete sale. Parties falling for 30
days forfeit sum paid.
Parties going from Los Angeles take P. C. 8. 8. Co.'s steamers from San Pedro to San
Luis Obispo. From San Francisco, taue 8:30 a. m. dally trains 8. P. R. R. to Templeton.
Partus wishing to inspect said lands with a view to purchasing ntthe auction, or any
n( the company's laud at private sale, will be shown the property free of charge by
applying at the company's office in Templeton.
A3aT"Mapa of all the r*nch subdivsloiis of Templeton, of the fi to 12 acre suburban
lots and a general map showing the location of the company's lands, with a new de
scriptive en alogue, are In press and will be sent free on appliatlon caiter the 25th Inst.
(February, ISS7.) Address .
C. H. PHILLIPS, Manager.
Weft Coast Land Co., San Luis Obispo, Cal.
JOHN -J. JONES & CO.,
283 North Main Street, New Postofflce Building.
INTENDING PURCHASERS OF ORCHARDS AND VINEYARDS, OR LANDS BUlT
nble for raising fruit, will consult their Interest by calling on us. Long residence
in this Slate, famtlisrity with Its peculiar resources and climate, and long experience in
the RAISING OF FRUIT, enables us to supply Buch Information as is necessary to safe
investment. We have many bargains to offer, including CITY AND COUNTRY PROP
ERTY, and we most respectfully solicit a call. We understand our business and can
please our customers.
Palnidale Colony Lands from w" to 535 per acre.
£tW Water Rights on all Lands from $15 to 825 per aere."WM
JOHN J. JONES & CO.,
SN'.I North ITlaiu Street New Postofflce Bulldlng-
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 baud at your expense; no free lunch or houses giveu away; no by-bldrling
at auction sales; uo lottery schemes required iv selling properly that has REAL MERIT:
for those who reason for themselves and compare notes as to values and advantages of
property we may otferover adjacent real estate. Wo are here to stay, have a due regard
for public opinion, and, in the end, find it more pleasant and profitable to recommend
such properties as have never failed to realize profit to purchasers Among our best bar
First—An additional subdivision of 20 acres (the first 20 having been closed out af
lower flgiires),lots 50 feet front, wlrte streets, 1 mile oast of our city limits. Grand Vtewo
mountains north, valley and ocean south, portion of city west; perfectly level; tho only
tract east of tho city limits having Its own reservoir. Besides, these lots nave anew well,
*0 feet of excellent water, large wludmlll and tank for domostlo purposes iroo. 820,0 '0 is
now being expeiMed undercontraet on grading Second street aloue, to be completed In 70
days. 50 acres have been donated for a magnificent college. It is between the proposed
cable aud electric roads (partly completed) not. far from street cars now running. PRICE,
Sl'O PER LOT. Terms, 830 down and $1" inouthly Installments. No interest. Valuable
developments w 11 be made within the next 30 days, after which prices will bo advanced.
Second—A beautiful tract of the choicest land for subdivision of 90 acres. A grand
view, nearly all level; no alkali or adobe land; near our city limits; has an over-supply
of excellent water; ou the line of march of valuable improvements. ONLY 1400 PER
ACRE. Terms to suit.
Third—One of the choicest dairy farms in this county, or unsurpassed forcorn, alfalfa
aud stock; 144 acres, 12 miles from the city, on railroad, all fenced: good Improvements,
flowing wells; running stream; one-third iv alfalfa. Agroat bargain. Terms to sulL
We have all kinds of city aud oounty property for Bale,
feis-lm HUMPHREYS 4 RIGGIN, No 20 South Spriug B'rcet
If OA KM AM* t.WI>mWG.
ROOMS-AT THE ASHLEY Ho
tel, Third street, may be found elegant,
aunuy rooms, with flratolasi board. Call
anil examiue. X ASHLEY. Prop'r. rr.3lrn
BKLLrVUn 1 r.HKAUK, (OItMSIILY
pioklt Villa, ISO Pearl street, L<is Auge
les, Cal. Tbe finest location In tho city;
lake Sixth street ours. "Bellevue Terrace"
consists of three buildings, all connected
by front porch, r.ud ceutains 140 as desirable
rooms ns can be found in Southern Califor
nia. Boird and room $2.00 and 12.50 per
day. Liberal arrangements made with nor
souh desiring rooms aud board by the month
or year. Te'ephone MS. DANIEL PICKIT,
Mrs KATIE X, PICKIT, Proprietors r.24t:
ADAMS BROB., DENTISTS, 23 S SPUING ,
street, rooms 4 and 5.
Gold fillings Irom $2 up.
Amalgam and silver fillings, $1.
Painless Extraction ol Teoih by vitalised
air or nitrous oxide gas, tl.
Teeth extracted without gasor air, S .50.
Best sets of teeth from *ti to 110, and no
extra charges for extraetiug. By our new
Bathed of making teeth a misfit is impossi
Special attention paid to repairing broken
Office hours from Ba. m. to sp. M. Sun
days from 10 a. m. to ia m. d 7 tf
KNEPPEB, DENTIST, SPECIAL AT
", tcntlon paid to treating and filliug
teeth. Gas administered st office or rest
deuce. Rooms 5 and 0 Wilson Block
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
for old gold nnd silver at Union loan
offlce, 3 North Mntn street. _ m4-lm
NICE WASHING WILL'BE DONE UP BY
a woman, for restaurant, lodging, or
private houses, (.'all East First Street, 50'j.
" w. _ Cox. w. c". Cox.
COX A SON—DEALERS IN WO 'D, COaL,
Hay, Grain and Feed of all kiuds, 707
Oliva stroet, uear corner of Eighth. Orders
promptly delivered to all parts of city.
Toli nhone 575._ fl9-tf_
VfO'ICE TO "GRADERS—BIDS WILL hE
XI received at my offlce uutil March 2"t, at
at 1 P.M., for the removal of HO 000 cubic
yards of earth from the west Bide of New
'High >treet, from the Johuston Mauslou to
the Kimball M inslon. inclusive. About
25,000 CUbiOyards to he delivered ou the
Beaudry Water Works tract, ou Alameda
street, uud the balance to he disposed of by
the contractor as ho may desire. All earth
to be measured by excavation.
The smouut required on tho Beaudry
Waterworks tract to be delivered within
three months from the date ol contract, and
the full amount to be removed within nine
months from date of contract. Right re
served to reject auy or all bids
m 2 td 231 New illgh St., (upstairs).
COMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL BOOK
\j keeping, Penmanship and Arithmetic
thoroughly taught nt rooms 11 and 12, Schu
macher Block L. B. LAWSON, Principal.
FARINI'S MUSICAL STUDIO HE*
, moved to No. 11 West First street,
Rooms 10 and 11.
Opera and concert stage a specialty; also,
church and oratorio.
Full half-hour les'ons. oltf
McPIIERRON ACADEMY. BOAKDING
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 iv successful
Srogrcss. For circular?, address MoPHER
ON BROS., 602 Grand aye., Los Angeles,
ERS O N A L—AMERICAN WATCHES
sold cheap Rt Union Loan Office, 8
North Main s'rect m4lm
IJERs-ONAL— GO TO THE UNION LOAN
Office for bargains in jewelry, :i North
Ma n street. m4-lm
SiX WORTH FKfch.*SUf_R_ DEVJSLOt-
V<* men; of lorm and limbs, a pure, lovely
complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect
health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air
pumps. Book on "Physical Culture" free.
DR. L. C. HARMON, 813 Uaight street, San
Francisco, Cal. no2j ly
RB. PARKER, INDEPENDENT SLATE
writer; also test medium—Gives full
names of spirit friends. Consultations ou
busiuess, speculations, min"rai lawsuits,
removals, love, marriage, abseut friends,
etc. 28 South Spring street, room 8, Hours
9 a. M to 0 P. M. feb24 Irrm
HJ9. EMMA S. UlLuT^kC nr.lt Or
Metaphysical Science or Chri'tisu
healing, 14 DeLucy street, Pasadena. Hours
1 to 4 p. »t. fe7tf
UT RATE TICKET OFFICE L'NDttR BT.
Charles Hotel. U. U. 'rickets bought,
sold and exchanged. R. J. PRYKE & CO.,
212 N. Main street. Jala tf
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
Main street, bet. First and Second.
H. C. WYATT Manager
TH REE NIGHTS and SATURDAY' MATINEE
Tlmrsdny Evening;, march loth.
The Charming American Prima Donnß
: AI>III.A I » t; It AIVII A L L :
BIJOU OPERA COMPANY",
Chorus and Orchestra.
REPER TOIRE ;
Thursday The Princess op Tp.ebizonije
Priday Billee Taylor
Saturday Matinee Mikado
Sa'.urday The Bridal Trap
All With New and KxeOAKT Costi mes.
JXsT-Setits oa pale on aud after Tuesday,
March Bth, at. Box uffice. mr4
■ mo THOSE WHO MAY DOUBT THAT
, 1 Rupture is curable, we respectfully
cull attention to the following letters.whioh
: have just beeu received at our Bt. Louts of
fice, and would state that we have received
. hundreds of just such letters since pur eel
I Sbrated "Dr. Pierces Pateut Magnetic Elas
t tic Truss" has been before tbs public:
i Sale*, Dent County. Mo., July 10, is».-
Messrß. Pierce & Son, St. Louts. Mo.-SlrB:
" I feel uuder obligations to acknowledge my
• complete cure by the Magnetic Electric
! Truss huught from you in September.
Without the slightest confidence of hope of
ft cure, I was very well conM utcd with the
eflccts of the Truss after 1 had succeeded in
adjustlug it. I was not able to wear it with
out a pad under It, however, but never ex
'■ perlouced the slightest inoouvauieuce since
. then. I have continually performed the
f hardest labor iucideßtal to farming, and
' have bei.ii practically unconscious of either
. Truss or rupture. I cannot positively name
V the exact onto when tho cure was core
' pleted.but have not bson aware of the
0 rupture for more than two weeks. I have
1 since theu lifted my best without wearing
i Die Truss: and have tested the oure othor
• wise, but intend to wear tbe Truss some
time yet as a safeguard. You aro at liberty
to make use of my statements at pleasure,
■ aud may they bo an Inducement to many to
seek and find relief through your incom
parable Truss, gratefully ypurs,
1 CHARLES MARTEL.
• g*r~ Avoid inferior imitations of Dr.
, Pierces Trusses, our new Illustrated Para
' phlet No. 2is just cut. Send lor a free copy.
" magnetic Kinetic Trtiao Company
9 704 Sncrnmentn street, Sau Francisco, Cal.,
'or 304 North Sixth street, St. Louis, Uo. |y5
It. Oa CABLTON,
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT. 28
N. Spriug sireet, Los Angeles, Califor
nia, will attend to collection of ients
aud pay taxes for non-residents. Ventura
county lands and town lots for sale.
Reference: First National Hank, of Los
Angeles. Residence fa i. Hill.
IrtOK SALE, CUTTINGB OF THE FOL
lowing varieties : Merger, Zinfandel,
Trousseau, Granache, Mataro, Carrlguan,
Petite Penot, or Black Bureundv. Gnnay,
Tlentuera Apply to E. L. MAYBEKRY,
onj San Gabriel, (Jul.
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