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The forthcoming number of the Illus bated Herald will surp • N in sttractlve aess an* interest any preceding issue of this very superior publication. Tho en gravings have been executed by the best artists on the Pacific coast, and the mechanical finish of the whole publication will be snch as to reflect credit upon the good taste and workman ship of the printers, it will be filled with carefully prepared articles on Southern California, and every iaterest of Los Angeles county will find Itself ably presented and discussed in Its columns Asa compilation of facts relating to the attractions and progress of our section, the Illustrated Herald will be Invaluable to send abroad. It will give the stranger a comprehtnslvc and graphic idea of the value of our section to the Easterner seeking tor a new home, and by its dis semination will materially assist in acceler ating the gratifying march of our city in Its nnexampled career of prof peri! y. The Illustrated Herald will be ready for distribution about the Bth of March. Orders should be sent In Immediately. Getting as Its True Inwardness. The testimony now being taken in the contest lor the seat in Congress from this district is developing some very extraordinary facts in connection with the registiation in this county last fall. It will be remembered that Chas. H. Dunsmoor, the County Clerk, after having first given official notice that the registration would close on the 2d of October, sent out notices on the 20:h of the same month to deputies appointed by him to reg ister voters until the 27th of October. The Democrats, having accidentally discovered the proof-sheet of a circu lar got up by General J. K. Brierly, Chairman of the Republican Coun ty Committee, candidate for the Leg islature and Deputy County Clerk just appointed, advising Hepublicans throughout the county tbat further registrations were to be made, they at once induced Assessor Bilderrain, a Democratic official, to also appoint deputies for the purpose of register ing voters up to the 27th of October. A number of these deputies brought in names to the County Clerk's office, and it was supposed that they were being placed on the sup plementary' register. But, al the eleventh hour, Mr. Dunsmoor refused to register the names for the reason that the Democratic deputies ap pointed by Mr.'Bilderrain had failed to file their oaths of appointment with him. It was the 28th before this trap was sprung by the County Clerk, notwithstanding names baa been filed with him for regis tration for several days by these same Democratic deputies. One would suppose that if the appoint ments of the deputies were invalid until they had qualified before tlie County Clerk, and that consequently t le voters, whose oaths they were taking, were doing a vain work, this fact would have been made known to the deputies before it was too late to remedy the technical defect. But no such intimation was made until, as we said above, the eleventh hour had arrived. Now it is plain that Mr. Dunsmoor knew from the beginning that tbe Democratic deputies were proceeding irregularly; if not, he would have registered the names as fast as they were brought in. On the other hand if he did know at the start of the irregularity of which he availed himself ultimately for a party advantage, he stands m the position of a man who deliberately used his official position to disfran chise voters because Ihey were not of his party. In the light of these factß the admission made yesterday by Mr. Dunsmoor, under oath, is not only of gieat importance to the con testant in this case, but of positive in terest to every elector in the county. The question was put to Mr. Duns moor, whether, if the deputies, who had failed to file their appointments At a late hour to-night the Senate, after several hours of rapid work on its tile, was ad journed for the reason that only fifteen members were found to be pl'tS-'Ut, Yesterday brought the debris struggle to a close, und Walrath's bill passed tbat body by the decisive vote of 24 for to 16 against, lc came up as the special order for the morning, and occupied the time of the Senate until after 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Speeches were made against tho lull by Dray ef Sacramento, and Chandler, of Sutter. Seuator Dray, in a brief, but very earnest and pointed argument in opposition to this measure, told of his exposures in the pioneer days ami spoke of the transformations that had been wrought iv the Sacra in- ut j river and its tributaries in conse quence of the downpour of debris. He drew a graphic picture of those streams as they appeared thirty-five years sgo, when their waters were pure and clear aud their banks were high. At the con clusion of Mr. Dray's speech a recess was taken, after which Seuator Chandler arose und made one of the ablest ad dresses of the session. He spoke for nearly an hour und gave a concise but complete history of the protracted strug gle tor existance between the farmers and the miners. He told of the valley as it was before the tlood of debris had began, and then he showed how deplor ably it had beeu affected by the slickens. He told of hundreds of happy homes that had beeu destroyed iv this way, of orchards whose highest branches just peeped above the ground, and of graveyards whose tombstones were al most entirely bidden from view by the deposit of dtbris. He said that thou sands and thousands of acres of the fin est land in the State had been thus de stroyed, und that the land still remain ing had only beeu preserved by an out lay so great that every farm in the coun ties of his part of the State was bur dened by a tax mortgage of from £5 to $14 per acre. He stated that for the same reasou taxes had often reached the enormous rate of 7, per cent a year. In Marysville the levte* were of vast ex tent, of great width, and of a consider able height, aud yet iv many cases they were barely suflicicut to prevent the destruction of that city, and of the lives of many of its in habitants by tho troubled waters of the Yuba. In fact the channel of that ' tream had disappeared, aud its bed had been raised ly constant deposits of slickens until it had ruined the streets of Marysville, while the surface of the stream was as high as the second stories of tho houses. A similar condition of affairs existed in all the other towns in that portion of the State. The speaker told of the invention of hydraulic mon itors, by whioh the mountains have been shattered into atoms in a few hours, and the valley deluged with vast deposits of debris. He reviewed the litigation be tween the farmers and the miners, and gave a history of the legislation relitive to the subject of slickens. Heconoluded by earnestly appealing to his hr ither Senators to ens. their votes in ntr c'; ac cordance with their sworu duty, aid not te enact a law which would nullify all the results obtaiued by the farmers, after years and years of lit igation. I | Patterson, of Modoc, then took the ' I floor in support of the bill. He called j I attention to the faot that the pries of with him, had been Kepublioans, would be have informed them at once of the defect in their qualification to reds'er voters? To this question he answered that he would have done so. Then comes the inevitable cor ollary, tbat because they were Democrats he did not do so. Now, this testimony of the official whose act disfranchised some one hundred and ninety Democratic yo'ers, ought to be conclusive of the character ami rlagrancy of the transaction. It bears the sign and impress of intentional wrong-doing on its face. It shows that official place was iot only made subservient to the consummation of a great out rage upon the purity of the ballot. But it stamps as a conspiracy, to compass party success by force, every ' LOS ANGELES M AKCII 5.1887. labor wss regulated to a larße extent by the volumo of precious metal in oircula- - tion. Of late years tbe supply of gold , was insufficient for tbe wants of man- 1 kind, aud as a result the relations be- J tween gold aud silver had been dis- | turbed to such a degree, that tho inter- 1 est of labor was vitally affected. Mr, 1 Patterson's argumeuts wcro well con ceived, closely connected and pointedly j delivered. He asserted that the bill | was fair and just in all its provisions, i and that the miners, though engaged iv J an occupation which was essential to the | prosperity of the general public, with I that energy which bad always j been their chief characteristic, J they only asked an Opportunity to re- 11 strain the debris of which the farmers complained at their own expense. At the conclusion of Mr. Patterson's speech the roll was called ou the final passage cf the bill, twenty-four Senators voting in its favor and sixteen against. Hefore the result was announced Senator Clonic changed his vote from no to aye, and gave notice ot reconsideration tho the following day. This will have the effect of delaying the bill just twenty-fonr hours in its pro geßi towards becoming a law. It is hard to tell what its fate will he in the Assembly, but without a twe thirdt vote iv its favor it will huvo but very little chance of final passage in that body. Tbe Assembly ia still keeping no its record for celerity in the disposition of bills, and its members ate making earnest i Iforts to complete its tile before final adjournment. The Senate adjourned 10-oigbl at mid night until 1:30 o'clock to--morrow after noon, for the pnrpote of giving the Fi nance Committee un Opportunity to con sider the General Appropriation bill, it is understood that Senator Vrooman pro poses to make a tight against that measure on accoact of the extravagance of many of its appropriations. dubious act of that official leading up to the consummated fraud. It shows that the notice of closing the Great Register on the 2d of October was the initial step to the outrage ; that the simultaneous appointment of the Chairman of the Republican County Committee as Deputy County Clerk, and the secret issue of circu lars to trusty Republicans, informing them that registration would be re opened from the :21st to the -'7th, was the next deliberate act in this drama of wrong doing; and that the do signed failure to object to the regu larity of the appointment of the Democratic registration deputies un til it was too late lo apply the reme dy, was the crowning infamy in this consummated assault upon the suf f-ages of a free people. Were we the contestant in this case we should rest it right hero. We would want no stronger development of facts than is here exhibited to go before any just tribunal on earth and claim the re stitution of a stolen right and the vindication of the outraged majesty of the people. A BLIGHT casus belli bits arisen on the border between Arizona and Mexico. We learn tbat General Miles lMt night, in reply to represen tations made to him by officers near the line, has ordered troops to move towards Nogales. Out of this an other small war cloud may arise; but we doubt if it will result in anything more serious than an exchange ot" diplomatic notes. Burned Bricks. T. F. Jo-rce Ins -i quantity of first-class hard-burned i.ricki for sale, brickyard on Vale near Bernard street. Office ti| 5 -Nortn Main street. "Wants," "Persouals," and other adver tisem-uts under the following heads in serted «t too rate of 5 cents per Hue for e.ich iusertiou. LEGISLATIVE. The " Herald's » I.rtter trout ><H I'll 111 en to. Special Hkbald Correspondence. Sacramento, March 2, ISB7. This is the fifty ninth day of the ses sion, and to morrow will close the Con stitutional peiiod during which members are shewed compensation for their ser vices. This being so, it is uot at all probable that the session will be of much longer duration. California legislators are celebrated forlhealacrity *ith which they return to their homes as soou as tuey discover that their income from the State bas ceased. The members of the present Legislature already manifest a desire to disperse. For several days past they have been in a great hurry to push legislation, and a concurrent reso lution providing for a final adjournment has already been introduced iv the Assembly, the consideration of which has been postponed. At that time a strong effort will be made to ad journ sine die. The night sessions this week have beeu in many ways a repeti tion of those of tormer years; us usual, tbey have been conducted with barely a quorum of members, and amidst scenes of the greatest confusion. During the latter part of these sessions, the states mau-l.ko dignity of our California solons has relaxidand they have displayed a skill iv the discharge of paper-wads and other similar projectiles that would cause tie envy of tne most accomplish ed in the land. While these mimic com bats are iv progress it is quite easy to understand that the current of legisla tion flows rapidly ami without inter ruption, bearing with it measures which under any other circumstances would be promptly attacked and defeated. All this is well known to the experienced lobbyist, and there is no need to tell him that this is the lime to slide through the bills with bugs in them, aud lo bring about the figurative grinding of the in dividual axes. ran bent— micellaneopb. RENT—HOTEL A r CUOAMONQA I on very rcasouHble t rms. Addresser apply to Ctteamonfa Laud Co , room ". Dow ney Block maf mo LKT-BASEME3 1 Al' NO. 201 NOR l H I Maiu St. Inquire at S. P. R. R. olhce, cor. Commercial and Main_s;. tiTtf moTKT-THE HALL BOW BEING YA JL cated by the Mnsouie Order, situated at No. 2ft North Maiu St. iMcDonald Blorki. Secret societies aud other organist itious can now bare an opportunity to secure oue of the fluest halls iv Ihe city for their meet- Inn. Apply atNu li North Mdn SL.iliird door, STORY- 117 lm mo letI—Large'1—Large' balk yard, CORRAL J[ and stables, in the.hi r.it of the city. In quire of JOHN C. BELL, No. 17 temple Block. _ _ »"t< . I -OR' KEN I —AT FROM *S lO *2U PER 1 year; sale deposit boxes iv absolutely lire an 1 burciar proof chrome steel vault, inspection invited. THE CHILDRESS SAKE UKI'OSIf HANK,B7 South Spring st. feb!2 lm WANTED—TO IBA DB A LOT FOR THE ™ plastering of a II room house; will also trade a lot ior the painting or the house. A Users lot el laud at a bargain for a few days only: jtist ont-ide Of the city. STOKY A BLANCHARD, 113 W First street. f22-tf LQNTA\i) rogwp. i ROUND—IF YOU NEED MONEY GO TO ' ihe t'ulon Losu Office. No. 3 Norm Miln street, m4-lra_ 1031— FEBRUARY 2H.TH, ARE!) -ETTEII J dog; answers to the name of • Jip." Re turn to MAURICE LOWENSIT.IN, Commer cial Cigar Store, next door to the uew post office. w4-8t QTRAYED OR STOLEN—FROM WAGON I D on Second street, 2 mares, 1 black and the other gray. A liberal reward will be paid for their return to Pnuy Stables by WH BROWN aud CHAS. FINCH. ml-7t OST—FROM SUNNY SLOPE, SAN GA br.el, bay mare, both frout feet white and one hind one No brand. B)3 tf C-t aMb lO MY FLAiE, U.> LbMoN / street, Leeks', Viueynrd, Sunday, a Say mare wiih white stripe on face; no brand. Hud a blanket on aud martlugole. Owner cm have same by paying charges. L. LKCK. MS It lOSi-A WHITE HoKsE, SIX YtAKS J old; will weigh about '.00 pounds. A reward will be paid for his return to 401 N. Maiu street. ml-5t QTRAYED UK STOLEN —A BAY MARE. !5 about fourteen hands high, eight years old, bald faced and deep scar on left front foot, both flesh and hoof. Liberal reward paid. W. N. MONROE On Monday night, February 14, ISS7. 122tf WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. An"t KD — COLLATERAL TO LOAN money on, at Union Lutin Office, No. 3 North Main street. in4-lm mn"b oi*sitKa ur CtiAidiY „ke l>e ■JL slrOUl to ascertain the whereabou's ot tne parents of Sarah Seaman, who has beeu uu iumate ol their asvium duriug a year. m&-10t II FA N TF: I "Tt I B v V~~O N~EA s y instalt - »» ments —Small house and lot, near street nir. Address box 1313. m5-7t_ WAM'ED— A SbCO.Nli HA.NIi Sl'RlNK lini! cart. Address or apply lo Cud luunga Fruit I.aud Co., room R, Downey Block. mitf Ur ANTED—PUPILS FOB PIANO, Olt'oAN and voice taught iv the most tborough0ugh isanner. Terms, fft per mouth. Beginners, in classes of two or three, *:t per mouth. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. For parilculiiis call at 143 Wall street. I2Stf WANTED— TO~iXCHANGE, A FINE UP rlght piano for desirable residence 10 s. Cnllst -113 South Olive street. f27tf Ur ANTED — ALL PAulIEs HAVING houses, stores, furnished or unfur nished rooms to rent, call on as. We have the best facilities for advertising them. One dollar registering fee reqaired. BA.ND IIOI.T A CO.. cw North M.i'U st. fal lir IITANTEIi — EVEIt t BuDY IU INSURE IT their property with the old reliable Hertford Fire lusurance Co. BANDHOLT A CO . Cltv Agents, Stl'.'N. Main si. I 2« l\v \\f AN l'fcll -ONE TO 10J iaj/hN PIG >> cons; n per dozen paid. JOHN VV. GRIFFIN, Agricultural Park, f-il-tf. IA 'AN I Kll—si.UOO, xii.'owi AMI ItXKV (ns ii different Improved property at onoe: state lowest rate of interest. "BORROW ER," P. O. Box 1191, Los Angeles, Cal. Ja2s-tf WANTED—HELP. WANTED— A PREPOSSESSING YOUNG lady as pianoist and vocalist for a saloon iv New Mexico. Silary 1150 per mouth. Address P. O. Box 1147, city. mft it VV'ANTED—YOUNG LADY TO WRITE IN '» an office. Plain work only Apply room 4, 24 Aorth Spring street, Los Augeies. m 5 2t WANIKII — IWcNTY GOOD MEN 10 work on Maxwell's Cnv and County Directory. Apply at olliee, '24 West First street. m r i-;;t WANII-.11-KIK.--1 OlaSi .maiu AMI female help constantly at 3. r i South Spring street. Telephone 501. ml-lm NITLATIUNS WANTED. SITUATION WANTED—BY COMPETENT f5 gill to take care of children or ccamber work and waiting. Good leference. Call, for two days. 427 Sixth street mS It |/<EUALE COOKS, WAITERS. CHAMBER JP maids, nurses, seamstress, Ac. Ac, furnished on short uotioe by Mmc Smith, No. 7 North MhOi street. 121 1 in ll\4M I 11,. T OW RATE OF INTEREST CHARGED 11 at Union L iau Oflice, No. 3 North Main street. pil-lm MONEY TO LOAN O.N NOTES. AND BILLS discounted o bought. Address full par uculars In cmfidence to BANKING, P. O. Box 1034, Lot Augeies, Cal. feb!7 3mos slOEr.fl A/IATO LOAN. BORROWERS wlllsave money by calling direct ou A.J. VIELE, room 13, Sohumacher Block. feb»lm. ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE in am unts to suit. BRODTBECK A PENNEY, No. 19 N Spring St. feb6 lm TO LOAN—THREE LARiiE SUMS TO suit tho borrowers. Low rates of Inter est. H. GRIFFIN, room 3, No. 28 North Spring afreet. Loa Angeles. Cal. 122-tf BOARD AND I.ODUINU. OI'NSY ROOMS—AT TIIE ASHLEY HO -0 Ml, Third street, may bo found elegant, miDuy rooms, with first-class board. Call nud nzamfup. X ABHLKY. Prop'r. rr3lm ItELLi-V UK. If.KKAi;IS, roKMKKLV J) IMck.lt Villa, 439 Pearl street, Los Ange lea, Cal. The ducat location In tho city; take Sixth street cars. "Bollcvue Terrace" consists of three buildings, all connected by front porch, end contains 140 as desirable rooms as can be fouud lv Southern Califor nia. Board aud room 82.00 and 12.50 per day. Liberal arrangements mado with per sons desiring rooms nud board by tbe moui'i or year. Telephone 518. DANIEL PiCKIT. Mrs KATIE K. PICKIT, Proprietors a24tl "iuKNTISTS. A DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 S. SPUING iV street, rooms 4 and 5, Sold linings from *2 up, Amalgam and silver tidings |1. Painless Kxnactiou ot Teeth by vitalized air or nitrous oxide gas, 11. Teeth extracted without g.asorair, 8 .50. Best sets of teeth from t<> to |10, aud no extra charges for extracting. By our new i uutlicd of makiug teeth a misfit Is iinpossl- Special intention paid to repairing broken piilea. Olliee hnura from BA. M. to st, M. Suu daya from 10 A.M. to 12 M. d 7 tf /I KNEPPER', DENTIST, SPECIAL AT [J. tentlou paid to treating and filling teeth. Gas administered at office or resi deuce. Rooms 5 aud 6 Wllsou lilock nig 3m MIIOHITIiAHBOTJIa VJOTICE- ITIE HIGHEST PRICE PAID 11 for old gold and silver at Union loan olliee, :t North Maiu street. _ m4-lut NICE WASHING WIIJ,""|IE*DONE IP BY m woman, for restaurant, lodging, or private houses. Call East First Street, 509. m2-7t w. It Cox w. E. cox. " I rtOX A SON—DEALERS IN WO l>, COaL, \j Hay, tlrain and Feed of all kinds, 707 olivo street, near corner of Eighth. Orders promptly delivered to all parts of city. Telenhonf 578. fl9-tf NOUChiTO GRADERS—BiDS WILLbE received at my offlce until March 25, at at 4 p,lt, for the removal ot 100.080 cubic yards of earth from the west side of New HlgliHrort. from the Johnston Mansion to the Kimball Miusion, inclusive. About 25,000 cubic yards to bo delivered ou Ihe Ueaudry Water Works tract, on Alameda street, and the balance to bo disposed of by the contractor as he may desire. All earth to he measured by excavation. The amount required on the Beaudry Water Works tract to be delivered within three mouths from the dated contract, and the full amount to be removed within nine months from date of contract. Right re served to reject auy or all bids. P. BEAUDRY, m 2 td 101 New High St., (upstairs) EDUCATIONAL. /COMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL 110OK <U keeping, Penman-dlip and Arithmetic thoroughly taught at rooms 11 aud 12, Schu macher Block L. B. LAWSON, Principal. AFARINI S MUSICAL STUDIO KE . moved to No. 11 West First street, Rooms 10 and 11. Opera and concert stage a specialty; also, church and oratorio. Full half-hour lessons. oltf McFHERKON ACADEMY. BOARDING and Day School for Boys. Grand aven ue, between Sixth aud Sevcuth streets. Ex cellent new buildlug. Fall term opened Sep tember 23d. 1880, and Is now In successful progress. For circulars, address McPHER KON BROS., 002 Grand aye., Los Angeles, Cal. an 3 fttiisnwi,. PERSO N A L—AMERICAN WATCHES sold cheap at Union Loau Office, 9 North Maiu street ml-lm IJEII-ONAL— GO TO THE UNION LOAN Olliee for bargains iv Jewelry, 8 North Ma n street. ml-lm / ILAI kVOYaN i — FuKIUaB ihllEK — V Walk no longer In .he dark. Professor .1. TSCHANK brlu.rs you light; he reads wit li eyes uo others enn; he sees with sec ond sight Consult me on all affairs of life Professor J. TSCHANK, 32% South Sprlug street, room 12, Los Augeies, Cal. Hours, 8 » M. to He m. ins 2t WORTH FREE. SUPERB UEVELOr v'J mcntof lorm nnd limbs, a pure, lovely complexion, spnrkling eyes and perfect health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air pumps. Book ou "Physical Culture" free. DR. L. 0. HARMON, 313 Halght street, San Francisco, Cal. n025 ly BS. PARKER, INDEPENDENT SLATE, writer: also test medium—Gives full names of spirit fricuds. Consultations on business, speculations, mineral lawsuits, removals, love, marriage, absent friends, etc. 28 Smith Spring street, room 3, Hours 9 A. M I" (I p. M. feh24 lino It I It.-. EMMA i. jUIIXi. il.Ai.uiiK u7 ill. Metaphysical Science or Christian healing, 14 DsLucy street, Pasadena. Hours 1 to 4 p. m. fe7tf /IUT RATI TICKET OFFICE UNDER ST. \j Charles Hotel. K. R. Tlcketi boucht, sold end exchanged. Members of the Amer ican Ticket Brokers' Association. R. J. PR YKE A CO.. 2li North Main street. m-stf F4IR Mi l: liif Property. / l KEAT BARGAINS IN THE ELECTRIC VT Homestead tract. Nine lots aud thiee »00 houses for sale. Low price. Small capital required; easy terms. Apply to No. i, old pot toffies building. m4tf KOI! SALE—ONE STORY FRAME HOUSE. 7 re,ou>s, No. 27 West Los Augeies street, between First aud Second streets. Enquire MEYBEKG BROS,, comer Main and Sprlug Mieets. mil 4t Lioli sale—a baaualM—a bkauil- Jj ful brick house (ptes-cd brick tront) of 8 sard-finished looms, with kitchen, pnutry aui bath room; pleasantly situated on the hill ou Montreal street; will sell for 12500. Call at house. 321 Moutreal street, third house north of Virgin stre-t. m 3 tit i/ou sale—ntJxiTv «n Usuu assjahe a! cheap McCoYE A cUsiiMAN. 2*N. spring street. m tf LiJif sale—citoii.E lvi in '•i'iijs J? Childs tract, in electric r-ilroad line. McCOYE & CLSHMAN, 23 N. Spring street. _ 1 m2if B'OK SALE—BEAUTIFUL LOT HILL street near Eleventh, cheap. McCOYE & PUSH MAN. 28 N. gprlns street. m2tf I'jlOK SALE—ON iUb INSTALLMENT _ plan bouse of li rooms, lot 52x140, ou the sill and only ten minutes' walk from court lio"se; $400 cash, balance ou very easy terms. ROCHESTER A LAYiON, 0 North Main street. feb!7t' i\OK SALE—ON TUB INSTALLMENT plm huusc of 4 rooms near Main street cars: 8850 cash, balance $2."> per month. ROCHESTER A LAY TON, 9 North Main .street. febl"tf F~OK SALE—FIVE LOTS, THREE BLOCKS from postofflcc. Must be sold. A big bargain; only $950. GRAHAM, TAYLOR A Co., 12 West Firat street. flti lm FOR SALE—HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS, nicely furnished; well established, with lease for two years; rent reasonable. Wish to sell on occount of sickness. Those de siring to invest call on premises, No 18 Snpul cda street, Los Angeles, Cal. SYD- N BY OA"TON. _fel» tf l.luK SA7E—ii LOIS. 40X1W, »7j; 5 LOTS, P 40x128, $125; 2 lot", 40x240, |275; 1 lot, 76x880, with house and garden, and other improvements This property Is on Lacy avenue, 2 blocks from Wells street station, Pasadena It. K. Take horse cars to Daly street, then go along Daly to Wells street one block past Hie brick yard and turn to the right up Lscy avenue, and it Is the last house ou the left. E. M. A. MORC AN. f22-lm ~SCHiVIIirr& PACKARD, Real Estate Agents, NO. 1 ARCADIA STREET, OPPOSITE THK POSTOFFICK. *35,000—L0t 115x129, corner Second aud Hill streets; splendid locality for hotel. *20,0OO—CITY GARDENS, ou San Pedro street. Lot and houses, 20x15."), opposite New Depot; 17100. Lots and houses on Charity, Aliso Pearl, San Fernando, etc., st eets; Houoratown.East Los Anireles, Boyle Heights, Brooklyn Heights, Pico Heights, Child's Tract, etc., etc Lorge and tmaller tracts lv aud outside the city limits. — Large and small farms, stock rauchos, orchards and vineyards around I.os Au;eles and at Fulton Wells, Sun Fernando, Oraugo, Gar den Grove, l'asidena, Florence. El Moute, Santa Barbara, Winetngtou, MONEY"'ro BORROW on good security. SCHMIDT A PACKARD, f27 lm No. 1 Arcadia St. LADIES, is jlie aud health worth preserv ing? If you think so, use Gilmore's Aro matlo Wlue. C. F. lleiuzemau, agent, Lob Augeies. HAHOAINM IN IIC AI. EBTATE. BFURIOXS FOOI HILL KA/vOll, !S;>^lJ' ; 2)iicres,about 100 plowsblo. Some tiiirley, wheat, Muscat vluea, etc., already planted and growing. Ever-flowing aprlng if good water. Too whole, lncliidiug buck uoard, guna, tools, etc., 1320 cash. H J. LLOYD TREGO, postotUce, Alplue Station, I.os Anindrs county. nil M jjH>H BiLE—at DUARia, oIATaaN JT acres centrally situated, no Improve ments, at 1250 per acre; also 21 acres near lepot, with houve, Mi hearing fruit trees md ten shares of water stock, at »;;,i0O; ala.i 12 acrca finely improved, with thirty shares Di water sock al |ll,«O0; also 22 acres, with tweutvetutt shtircs ot water stock, house, tarn, snores iv bearing fruit trees and 5 acret In alfalfa, at «"XK»; also 21 acror, with large house, bam, 1009 Washing on Navels, 500 assorted fru't trees, -1 acres grapes nud twenty shares WStel stock, nt HO.OCO W, D, ROOT, 25 Temple street, mi-tit 17IOR BALE OR EXCHANGE-HOUSE OF 1 7 room«, good buru, etc., including 10j acres ol laud, highly Improved! OtaOgea, lemons, pear.", apridts, grapes, etc., all iv bearing; situated between Eighth and Wash ington, west side of Alameda st ; price, 110, 500. For further particulars Inquire at S] South Main St. JOHN MEADE. f27-lm CUTI AND co'.'Nt Ut PrOPEKTi FOR j sale. Special Hargaltis; Fiizsteral-I Tract, just inbdivldod, mnkinir M bciiutitul building lots, on Ninth-street cur lino, from tfatnto a'.-'OO; easy t>rms. Lot7s feet trout west side Pearl street, ucar Twelfth street. iiki feet ou East Fourth Itreet, with house of five rooms, with all nuderu couveu iencss. PARCELS, AfIUIRRE h CO., fStitf 1-' Court ,-t... pposits courthouse. "l>"oTi HALE—BY — IU7IIDY, BURNS A JT Sinilh, eight acres, floeif improved, threo fonrihs mil* west of city limits, in the Cabuengs dtttrlot; 17500. Ten acres soutliwcol ot Agricultural Park; »1 .000. Seventy-flve acres of oil land near New hull'; $7 ill. One half a?re on Adfims street, finely Im proved, with five-room house: sr3Jot). Thirty acres on Temple street, Just out side of Ihe clly limits: I 00 per acre. Twenty aerei ou Alamtda, all in full boaring orange orchard and vineyard; 120,000. A tine orange orchard of twenty-four acres on Lemon street; jiOCO per acre. Several flue lots in the Bonnie Brae tract. Lands iv Antelopl valley at tai to 810 per Building lots iv all parts of tbe city at p rices to suit all. Retldet.eet in all parts of the city. The most of tho property ou our books cat be had on easy terms. The above Is selected from a very large list ol property Which we have OH our booas for sac. Reasonable terms cau be had on most ot oar property, feb2Btl WOIWI-A l.Ol' IN lllK WILLIAMSON tJOUU Tract, on PIOO street, if applied (or soon, address». H.. Fitstofflce. _ fe2l tf (LIOR BALE—A FINE Lol IN i IttSCHI o,F J; felin Orchard tract. Seven good lots outhe Second street otible road, uciir the park. Also ihe best block of cheap lots iv the city. W. 11. 1 UTHILL, feblOtf 52 N. Spring street. I|H>B SALE IN TItACTs -, nrsTn\"|so PER sere: 16 miles from Los Auge cs, near oceuu. WALTERS A TUBUS, l'ico House. ian4-tf lil ARMS ANU IO'AN Lo I S —FAR MS OF ! all sizes, from five to sixteen hundred acres of laud for sale; one of 800 acres a spe cial bargalu; also town lots iv the Iron Sol phur Springs Tract. New lifo in and near tills family resort, incident to the coming of the railroads. I he best of natural minora! waters aud baths. 0. T. WIDNEY & CO., Fulton Wells P. O. Cal. uo2l-tf 71HEAP HOME FOR SALE—SI-IW-sTx \j acres, very fine lurd.iu healthy and aesirahle location, with IJ 2 story house of 5 good sized rooms, brick cellar and chim neys, large stable with six stalls and stor age room for ten tons of hny. good well and pump aud the entire place surrounded with fence. Price only IlliW. Apply to R. VEKCH, Room .SO, Temple Block. f-22 HIiSIKESS ( lIAMIiS, PARTNER WANTED—WITH BEST thing ever presented. No previous ex perience. Address "MINES" Postoffice Box 1034, Los Angelo«. ml-4t ITT ANTED—PARTNER IN BUTCHER TT shop. A. J, VIELE, Room 23, Schu macher Bloflr. mo 3t IJIOR SALE—A REAL ESTATE OFFICE, with fixtures; good location aud cheap rent; price, VIO'J. No. 10 Noath Mam. m23t WANTED— BY AN OLD DOCTOR A suitable place for a drugstore and a small professional husiuess. Address W. P. PI'GH, No. 34 North Alameda street, Los Angeles. in 2 5t 170 R KENT—FORTY ACRES OF THE JT best available land; entitled to full ir rigation; rent at low figures: the laud is sit uated about live miles from the city. Ad dress, by letter, to postotlice box No. 189, m 2 tf TIt'SINESS OHAROsV—PARTNER VVANT- X) ed by a real estate ft m. Good ottice and location. 812 Noith Maiu ttreet. city. ml-tf TIT ANTED AT ONCE — A MANAGING IT partner, to go to Pasadena and man age a branch store, in furniture and bed ding business. Capital required, t3OO to 1400. Chance seldom met with. Apply to California Upholstering aud Bedding Co., Tl-i Downey avenue. f27-tf TTrANTED —A MANAGER FOR WINE 11 maun factory, to take full charge: must bo able to invest* 13000 to j.v.00 if satisfied with the b"siuess. Address MANUFAC TURING COMPANY, P, 0, box 1194, Lo; An gelct, Cul. feb 17tf PARTNER WANTE 0, TO JOIN TIIE AD vertiser, with a few hundri d or a thous ttnd dollars, In a first-class paying business; fullest investigation solicited aud refereu ces given; no previous experience necessa ry, Address MERCHANT, P. O Box 11UI, Los Angeles, Cal. febl7-3mns PARTNERSHIP WANTED—A GENTLE mau of experience, with SlOOO to 11500 at command, wishes to join in pnrtueiship with a payingconreru, where his time and money can be utilized. Address BONA HUE, care room ;i, No. 28 N. Spring street Lo« Angeles, Cal. fcbl7-3inos lIORI IOR SALE-ONE OF THE OLDEST AND 1 best established hotels in this city.with a long lease. It has au established reputa tion for respectability, aud is doing a large and remuuerative husluesa. Principals only treated wiih Addresa febldtf J M. ROHILL, P. O. Box 12IIS IFOgg SAt.K. II OR SALE—DIAMOND, WATCHES AND 1 Jewelry sold low at Unlou Loan Oflice, 3 North Main street. m-l-liu If O II SAL E—S ALO O N, BOT rURG 1 works, re tauraut and lodging house. In a trowing town near Los Augeies. A due business chance. Inquire at thlsolllce. F-iOR SALE-JUST ARRIVED AT NO. 25 South Los Augeies St.. two carloads of flue voting torses; for sale at low p ices. Inquire of REEI'AN A CAMRON, Ventura stables. m,vst I jlOIt BALE—HOI SE OF FIVE ROOMS, AT ! 332 East Fourth Street. Hot water is piped through the houso. Separate en trance for roomers. Brick cellar under en tire house. Price I2SOO, part cash. Call at 182, Wall street m42t_ iiS6it'»ALE-A HOTEL, KlTtMSlllilJ, Ii JP looms, bath, water piped all through house, with stable aud bars. By LLOYD, YORBA A CO., -Jtlii North Main, Baker Hlock. f26-tf 1,11 K\- HOUHfc SIT DFKAkI R I'll -ilO'i'TiN 1 and harness for sale. J. W. GILLETTE, 122 Temple street. lebMtl I7IOR SALE-FUKTY HEAD oT FINE C cows, some with calves, cheap. Ad dress No. 198, P. O. box, to W. L. WE Bit. feb' 2 tf £tOR " SALE — A FIRST-CLASS , RAND Square llaliett A Davis Piano for sale cheap. Addresa P. O box No. 1195. ft'jtf tK)R SALE—A KIND, GENTLE 1101.BE; perfectly safe for a lady. Cau be soeu at 857 South Hill street. fellMOt L"IOK SALE—FKEMI OOWS— ITIOKOUGH- X? bred and grado Jersey cows; fresh, good milkers, klud and gentle; the best fimilv and dairy cows In tne world. Ad dress F. J. BARRETTO, Downey, Califorufa. flii lm itf\ Itnit CHOICE OLIVE CUTTINGS FOR sale, cheap, at tne place of C. It. RINALDI, San Fernando, Cal. fs-lm ' ruac i*«3.vr—Kooius. FINE SUITE OF ROOMS. WITH BOARD at 500 Fort St.. corner Sixth aL mS tf |AOtv Rt N 1-uV IHE WEEK OR MONTH, X? foursunuv rooms nicely furnished, lv the Emerald Cottage, Ocean avenue, next to CHIT Hoii'e, Santa Monica. Apply to MRS. GEORGE BOEHMH, on the premises. f24tf rOB »BWT—sIOBBISBI. t r OR RENT—HOUSK Ut' Ni.NE KoOMS, 1 on Bueoa VI ta street *ii 5.00 permouih end furniture to soil cheap. JOHN P P. PKCK, 18Vi South Spring street. m t:2t. [TIOK REM-a GOOD BEVKN-IiOOM, J; bard-Hulshod house, partly fii'iilshcd, three and a half mllis from courthouse Ap ply- to ADAMS A SON, room 11, 75 N. Sprlug street. BUti MISCELLANEOUS. Men's Clothing, Youths' Clothing, BOYS' CLOTHING! —AT— One-Price: Clothing: House! IS South Spring Street. THIS WEEK SPECIAL, SALE OF to Dozen Men's unlanndried Shirt", linen bosom nnd culs at 35c each. ;i5 Dozen Men's lauudried Shin.-, linen bOßom and cuffs 60c eucli. '99 „ u ' B <<>w»lmerc stilts at •iS.IO worth •18.00 atAll-wool Sank suits at 15.00 worth 2t.HO OO Imported 4-button Gateway suits at a great reduction. All tinods Sold In ni» establishment arc preesed and alterations to linprovu thu I'iT. Arc done free ol charge. BE SURE TO CALL ON E. A D A. M, PLAIN.t'IfjCHE I>EALEK, 15 Smith Spring Street, Los Angeles. fl7-3m ALBEE & WILLARD. *1100—Klf gant lot on Ellis avenue, near , »250O—Lot In tho Diinnlgan tract, on Pico Figuerna, in the Ellis tract. ! street, 82x150; clean side. I * oow - s ,r! r » o v d i,,sido lot in the fine's* near £££ lots otlored for the money In tbe market. „ 90 oISorn^ot"^d'^«» tt,Bo yt^™a , r,^t;7 *1750 Each-Lots 50x184, on Hope street. MIOU— Hue lot, Temp est; 8400 cheaper •STOO—Lot6oxl66,On west sido of Hlllst; thau adjoining lots. very desirable for building. SSSOO-A Beautiful Cottage in the Ellis Tract, Just being finished—to see is to buy ! CkTf Resides the above we have the remaining lots In the Ellia Tract, which are every one of them choice tor building speculation. We are selling the cheapest tract of lot* on tbe east sl'le of the river for *:>OJ to SilftO per lot; WO down, balance $'.10 per mouth. We have a few fine houses and Improved places which will io.lt you for home-. Our specialty has always beeu fine acre property uud tracts for subdivision, and wo have the best in tbe city. 'Tins is a Wet-Weathei Advertisement with Duv-Season Prices. ALEEE & WILLARI), No. 3»\i North Spring Street Los Angeles, Cal. jan 25 GRAND AUCTION SALE. West Coast Land Company, SAN LUIS OBISPO, CAL. Incorporated, Iftnrch *7» isstt. Capital, *500,000. DIRECTORS: OFFICERS; Geo. C. Perkins, Sau Francisco. John L. Howard, President. John L Howard, San Francisco. Isaac Colo-trek, Vie • Preaident. Isaac Uoldtkke, San Luis Obispo. it. E. Jack, Treasurer. K. E Jack, Sau Luis Obispo. C. H. PHILLIPS. 0. 11. Phillips, San Luis Obispo. Secrelaiy and Manager. The West Coast Land Company now offers for sale in subdivisions the PASO RUBLES RANCH, Of 20,400 acres, leßs 6,000 Rcres sold to settlers in the past four months . THE SANTA YSABEL RANCH, Of 20,20:) acres; THE ELREKA RANCH, Of 11,(00 acres, and 12,000 acres of the HI I II HI'EKO RANCH, all lyiug iv a body, on the S. P. R. R., at its Icrminus in SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY. £*y\VILL SELL AT PißLlfl AIjCTION-^H About MARCH 22d (for date, see later advertisement) the balance of tho PaSO ROULES RANCHO, consistlue of town lois in Tcmpleton, 800 acres in ft to 12 acre lots adjoining Tcmpleton, aud 11,000 acres iv ranch subdi visions. Also, 2100 seres of the HUER HUERO RANCH lv iO subdivisions. These are all aurlcultural aud fruit lands, in quality equal toany In the Btate, with an average annual rainfall exceeding that oi Sauta Clara county, and require NO IRRIGATION. Title, United States patent, to be iree and clear of all incumbrances. 'I'lllt 'IS Of SALE. Lots in Templeton, cash, United 3tates gold coin; all other tracts one third cash, balance iv four equal payments, in 2.8, 4 nud 5 years; interest O per ceut. per annum. The mortgage tax paid by the mortgagee mikes the interest about 4 per cent, vet to the pmchaser. An additional charge will be made of to for deed in sale of town lots, and S2ft in other cases for ex penses of sale, including making and recording all papers Schedule price of rauch subdivisions average $20 au acre; of ft to 12-ucre lots, 850 an acre SALE WITHOUT RESERVE, Providing that no bid will be eutcrtniued at les than 60 per cent, of sched ule prices; 10 per cent of cash payment (but iv uo case less than $100) re quired at fall of hammer; 30 days to complete sale. Parties failing for ISO days forfeit sum paid. Parties going from Los Angeles take P. C. S. 8. Co.'s steamers from San Pedro to San Luis Obispo. From Sau Francisco, tale 8:30 a. m. daily trains S. P. R. R. to Templeton. Parties wishing to inspect said lauds with a view to purchasing at the auctlou, or any of tlie company's iaud at private sale, will be shown the property free of cbaige by applying at the company's office iv Templetou. jas—mm;,s of all the ranch subdivsions of Templeton, of the ft to 12 acre suburban lots and a general map showing the location of the company's lands, with a new de scriptive ca alogue, are In press aud will be sent free ou eppliatiou calter the 25th lust. (February, ISS7.) Address C. H. PHILLIPS, Manager. West Coatt Laud Co., San Luis Obispo, Cal. JOHN J. JONES & CO., 283 Norm Main Street, New Postoffice Building. TNTENDING PURCHASERS OF ORCHARDS AND VINFYARDS, OR LANDB 6UIT- J_ able for raising fruit, will consult their interest by calling on us. Long residence in this Slate, familiarity with its peculiar resources aud climate, and long experience In the RAISING OF FRUIT, enables us to supply such information as is necess'ry to safe investment. We have many bargains to offer, including CITY AND COUNTRY PROP ERTY, and we most respectfully solicit a call. Wo understand our business aud can please our customers. Palindalc Colony Lands from is," to 92a per acre. /rjjj—Water Rights on all Lands from 815 to *26 per acre.-^fJl JOHN J. JONES & CO., »s:i North Mailt Street New Postoffice Building _ f!7 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 given away; no by-blddlne at auction sales; no lottery scnemcs required iv selling property that has REAL MERIT; for those who reason for themselves aud compare notes as 10 values aud advantages of property wo may offerovor adjacent real estate. We are hero to stay, have a due regard for public opiuion. aud, 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 gains are: First—An additional subdivision of 20 acres (tho first 20 having been closed out at lower flguresl.lots 50 feet front, wide streets, 1 mile east of ourclty limits. Grand Viewo mountains north, valley and oeeau south, portion of city west; perfectly level; the only tract east of the city limits having its own reservoir. Besides, these lots have anew well, 80 feet of excellent water, large windmill and tauk for domestic purposes free. 820,0 '0 Is now being expended under contract on grading Second street alone, tobu comple;ed in 70 days. 50acres have been donated for a magnificent college. It is between the t reposed c ible and electric roads (partly completed) no', far from street cars now runniug. PRICE, BMO PER LOT, Terms, 810 down and fid monthly installments'. No interest. Valuable developments w 11 bo made within tho next 30 days, after which prices will be advanced. Second—A beautiful tract of the choicest land for subdivision of 90 sores. A grand view, nearly all level; no alkali or adobo land; near our city limits; has an over-supply of excellent water; on the Hue of march of valuable improvements. ONLY' 1400 PER ACRE. Terms to suit. Third—One of the choicest dairy farms iv this county,or unssrpassed foroorn, alfalfa and stock; 144 acres. 12 miles from tho city, on railroad, all fenced: good Improvements, flowing wells: miming stream ; oue-third iv alfalfa. A great bargain. Terms to suit. We have all kinds of city and county property for sale. fclB-lm HUMPHREYS A RIOOIN, No 20 South Spring Street h. r. cahlton, GRAPE CUTTINGS. REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT, 28 „ ~ N. Spring street, Los Angeles, Culitor- UOIt SALE, CUTTINGB OF THE FOL uiu, will a:tend to collection of ieuts a? lowing varieties; Berger, Ziufandel, and pay taxes for non-residents. Ventura Trousseau, Granaehe, Mataro, Can hr nan , county lands aud town lots lor sale. Petite Penot. or Black Burgundy, Ganay, Reference: FTrst National Bauk, of Los Tlentuera Apply to E. L. MAYBRRRY, Angeles. Residence 623 3. Hill. , San Gabriel, Cal.