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dubious act of tbat official lending
up to tbe consummated fraud. It
shows that the notice of closing tho
Great Register on the 2d of October
was the initial stop to the outrage ;
tbat the simultaneous appointment of
tbe Chairman of tbe Republican
County Committee as Deputy County
Clerk, and tbe secret issue of circu
lars to trusty Republicans, informing
them tbat registration would be re
opened from the 21st to tbe 27th, 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 to apply the reme
dy, was the crowning infamy in this
consummated assault upon the suf
frages of a free people. Were wo the
contestant in this case we should rest
it right here. 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.
DAILY HERALD.
rUBLISHED
Seven Days a Week, Inclcdinb Mohdays.
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Local Correspondence Irom adjacent
towns, especially solicited.
job Pbikyiss Department—Owing to o tr
greatly lnereased facilities, we are pre
aared to execute all kinds of Job work In a
superior manner. Special attention will
as given to commercial and legal printing,
and all orders will be promptly filled at
moderate rates. .
Remittances should be made by dralt.
akeek, Postoffice. order or postal note. The
letter sboold be sent for all sums less than
ivs dollars.
Ofllce of publication. 75 North Spring
smart Los Angeles. Telephone No. 166.
The "Illustrated Herald."
Tbe fortbccmlnfr number of tbe Illcs
batid Herald will surp«ss In attractive
ness an! interest any preceding issue of
tall very superior publication. Tho en
■ravings have been executed by the best
•rtlsls on the Pacific coast, and the
mechanical finish of the whole publication
will be such as to reflect credit upon the
good taste and workmanshlpof thepriuters.
It will be filled with carefully prepared
articles on Southern California, nnd every
Interest of Los Angeles county will Hud
Itself ably presented and discussed in its
columns- As a 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 comprehtusive and graphic Idea
ef the value of our section to the Easterner
seeking lor 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 prosperity. The
Illustrated Herald will be ready for
distribution about the Sth of March.
Orders should be sent In immediately.
Getting at Its True Inwardness.
The testimony now being taken in
the contest for 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, ltaving accidentally
discovered the proof-sheet of a circu
lar got up by General J. B. Brierly,
Chairman of the Republican Coun
ty Committee, candidate for the Leg
islature and Deputy County Clerk
just appointed, advising Republicans
throughout the county that 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, ad 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 ot appointment
with him. It was the 28th before
this trap was sprung by the County
Clerk, notwithstanding names had
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 the
County Clerk, and that consequently
tle 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 bis official position to disfran
chise voters because they 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
with him, had been Republicans,
would he have informed them at once
of the defect in their qualification to
reviser voters? To this question he
answered that he would have done
so. Then comes the inevitable cor
ollary, that because they were
Democrats he did not do so.
Now, this testimony of the oflicial
whose act disfranchised some one
hundred and ninety Democratic
vo'ers, ought to be conclusive
of the character and fiagrancy of the
transaction. It bears the sign and
impress of intentional wrong-doing
on its face. It shows that ofliciui
place was >ot ouly 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 MAIiCII 5,1887.
labor was regulated to a largo exteut by
the volumo of precious metal in circula
tion. Of late years the supply of gold ,
was ineutlLdent for the wants of man
kind, aud as a result tho relations be
tween gold and silver had boeu dis
turbed to such a degree, that tho inter
est of labor was vitally afl'eoted. Mr.
Patterson's arguments' were well con
ceived, closc-ly c innectfd and pointedly
delivertd. Ho listened that Ihe bill
was fair nnd just in all its provisions,
and that the miners, though engaged in
au occupation which was essential to Ihe
prosperity of the general public, with
that energy which had always
their chief characteristic,
they only asked an opportunity to re
strain the debris of which the fanners
complained at their own expense.
At the conclusion of Mr. Patterson's
speech the roll was called ou tho dual
passage of tho bill, twenty-four Senators
voting in its favor ami sixteen against,
ileforo the result was nunouticod Senator
Clunls changed bis vote from no to aye,
aud gave nonce of reconsideration tho
the fullowiug day. This will have the
etl'ect of delaying tho bill just
twenty-four hcurs in its pro
gess towards becoming a law.
It is hard to tell what its fate will
be iv the Assembly, hut without a two
thirds vote iv its favor it will have but
very little chance of linal passage in
that body.
The Assembly is still keeping no its
record for celerity in the disposition
of bills, und its members ftie making
oarnest ilforts to complete its lile before
I final adjournment.
I Tbe Senate adjourned to-uigbt at mid
night until 1.-30 o'clock to-morrow after
noon, for the purpose of giving ihe Fi
nance Committee an Opportunity to eon.
> sider the General Appropriation bill. It
. is understood that Senator Vroonian pro
poses to make a light against that
measure on account of Ihe extravagance
' of many of its appropriations,
r — ■ —
A SLIGHT casus belli has arisen on
the border between Arizona and |
Mexico. We learn tbat General
Miles last night, in reply to represen
tations made to him by officers near
the line, baa ordered troops to move
towaids Nogales. Out of this an
other email war cloud may arise ; but
we doubt if it will result in anything
more serious than an exchange of
diplomatic notes.
Burned Bricks.
T F Jorce Ins i quantity of first-class
hard-burned bricki for sale, brickyard on
Yale near Bernard street, ofhec «;., .Norm
Maiu street.
LEGISLATIVE.
"Wants," "PetWMMUf," and other adver
tisement:) Under the following heeds in
serted Ht too rate of 5 cents per line for
insertion.
""rOK KiisT^nH'BH,ASKOI:S.
ilJK KENT—HOTEL AT CUOAMONGA
I ou verv reasonable t nils. Address or
apply tn Cucamonga Land Co , room 8, Dow
ney Block mStf
mo LET—BASEMEN D AT No. 20. NOK I II
I Main Sc. Inquire at s. P. K. R. office,
out. Commercial and Main St. HTM
TO LEV—THE HALL NO«V BEING VA
cated by the Masonic Order, situated at
No. St North Main 8k (McDonald Block),
secret societies aud other organisations can
now have an opportunity to mun one of
the finest halls in the city for their meet
ings. Apply at No '25 North Mdn St., third
floor, room M ff.F. 8 VOKY. 117 lm
110 LET—LAKOi BALK YABU, CORKaL
and stables. In the.b. r.rt of the city. In
quire of JOHN C. BELL. No. IT Temple
Block. ftg» .
|?OK HENT—AT KKOM W IV WO PEB
r year: safe deposit boxes in absolutely
lire an I burglar proof chrome steel vault.
Inspection invited. THE CHILDRESS
SAKE DEPOSIT BANK, 87 South Spring It.
feb!2 lm
YVANIKD-To iKADE A LOT FOR THE
If plastering of a II room house; will also
trade a lot tor the painting ni the house. A
20ac-e lot of laud at a bargain for a few
days only ; j Jst ontalde of the city, a TOBY
A BLANCHABD, US W First street. 122-tf
W OUWD.
I NOUN D—IK YO0 NEED MONEY GO TO
1 the I'ulou Loan Office, No. 2 Nortu
Miin street. m4-lm
T 08T—FEBRU*KV 2XTH.AKED SETTER
J J dog: answers to the name of • Jip." Re
turn to MAURICE LOWKNSTEIN, Comnter
clal Cigar Store, next door to the new post
office. m4-2t
QTBAYED OK STOLEN—FKOM WAGON
O on Second street, 2 mares, 1 black and
the other gray. A liberal reward will be
paid for their return to Potty Stables by
\VM. BKOWN and <;IlAS_FlNCH.__m4-7t_
LOST— FROM SUNNY SLOPE, SAN OA
br.el, bav mare, both /rout feet white
aud one hind one. No brand. Blfl tf
ft AMU lO MY PLACE, O.N LEMON
\j street, becks', Yiueynrd, Sunday, a any
mare wiih white stripe on face: no brand.
Had a blanket on and martingale. Owner
Can have same by paying charges. L,
LKCK. mS It
LVMl'-A WHITE HoRaE, MIX VtAKS
old; will weigh about '.00 pounds A
reward will be paid for his return to 401 N.
Main street. ml- >t ]
STRAYED OK STOLEN —A BAY MAKE,
about fourteen hands high, eight years
old, bald fac°d and deep scar on left front
foot both llesh and hoof. Liberal reward
paid. W. N. MONROE On Monday night,
February 14, lfcxT. 122 tf
WANl'KP— BUCEIXAWBOIH.
ANTED— COLLATERAL TO LOAN
money ou, at Union Loan Office, No.
:i North Main street. in4-lm
MMttr/olS lTtJio «.»* C Haiti l Y J»KE OE
•X sirousto ascertain the whereabouts of
the parents of Sarah Seaman, who has been
au iurcate of their asyum during a year.
mo-lut,
YV ANTED TO Bf T Y~~ON EASY INSTALI
V? meuts—Small house aud lot, near
street ear. Address box ltn. in. r >-7t__
WANTED— A Sr.«:«»M> HAND BPBlwK
ling cart. Addreu or apply to cuc«
uiooga Fruit Laud Co., room Downey
Blccit. m 5iL.
U.'ANTED-l'TPlLS FOK PIaNO,OK<;aN
and vofce taught iu the most thorough
manner. Terms, *5 per mouth. Bcgiu ue rs,
in classes of two or three, *:! per month.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
For particular call at 14'J Wall street. f28tf
WANTED— TO - : KXOIIANGE, A FINE UP
right piano for desirable residence
lo's. Calljit-llS South Olive street. f-27lf
DfTAMTEE — ALL PAaTlEd HAVING
\V houses, stores, furnished or unfur
nished rooms to rent, call on us. We have
the best facilities for advertising them. One
dollar registering fee repaired. BANU
IIOt.T A CO., 'JI'.iJ North Ma'il St. f2t', lw
SlTAfTTED — KVBRrBuDl id lN.-iUuh.
VV their property with the old reliable
liartfotd Fire Insurance Co. BANDHOLT &
CO.. Citv Agents, 2::'.' N. Main st. fiK lw
\\r AN 1 t-li -ONE TO llto i..u/.h.N PIci
II eons; s2 per dozen paid. JOHN VY.
GKfFFtN, Agricultural Park, f21-tf.
V* • AN I Ell—sl.UOU, $:t,uull AND *>,OlO or.
m ditl'erent Improved property at ouoe:
state lowest rate of Interest. "BORROW
ER," P. O. Box 1191, Los Angeles, Cal.
Ja2o-tf
WANTED—HELP.
WANTED— A PREPOS3ES3ING YOUNG
lady as pianolst and vocalist for a
saloon iu New Mexico. Sdary 1150 per
month. Address P. O. Box 1447, city.
m6 4t
VV'ANTED- Yoi'NG LADY TO Willi E IN
™ an office. Plain work only Apply
room 4, 21 North Spring street, Los Angeles,
mfi it
WANlBD— TWENTY Good MEN iu
work on Maxwell's Ctiy Rit1 County
Directory. Apply at office, 24 West First
street. m5-3t
WANTED— KIKSl Cl,*Si MAlJf iali
female help constantly at U 8outh
Spring street. Telephone BC1 m4-',m
M il ITIIOS WANTED.
CtTTOATION WANTED—BY COMPETENT
O gill to take care of children or cuamber
work and waiting, oood reference. Call,
for two days. 427 Sixth street molt
1/EM ALE COOKS, WAITER!, CHAMBER
JP maids, uurte", seamstress, Ac. Ac,
furnished on short notice by Mme Smith,
No. 7 North Main street. f24 lm
ni\4i\< i ti,.
LOW KATE OF INTEREST CHARGED
at ( nion L <au Office, No. i North Main
street. mi-lm
MONEY TO LOAN ON NOTES, AND BILLS
discounted o bnuglil. Address full par
ticulars In confidence to BANKING, P. O.
Box 1031, Lob Angeles, Cal. feb!7 tlmos
l r Wil f i' 1 '0 Lt)AN. BOKKOWEKS
94dO"lV\f\f wlllsave money by calling
direct ou A.J. VIELE, room 23, Schumacher
Block. feha-lm.
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
In am uuts to suit. BKODTBECK A
PENNEY. No. 11)N Spring 8t. feb6 lm
T""0 LOAN—THREE LAKuE Sl'MS TO
suit the borrowers. Low rates of Inter
est H. GKlFFfN, room 3. No. 28 North
Spring street, Los Angeles, Gal. J22-tf
Tbe " Herald l * " Letter from
Sacramento.
Special Herald Correspondence.
Sacramento, March 2, ISB7.
This is the fifty ninth day of the ses
sion, and tomorrow will close the Con
stitutional pciiod during w Inch members
are allewed compensation for their ser
vices. This being so, it is uot at ail
probable that the session will be of much
longer duration. California legislators
are celebrated forlhealacrity with which
they return to their homes as soon as
tuey discover that their income from
the State has crastd. 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, aud a concurrent rc-so
lutiou providing for a tinal adjournment
has already been introduced in the
Assembly, the consideration of which
has been postponed. At that
time a strong effort will be ma le to ad
journ nine die. The night sessions this
week have baen in many ways a repeti
tion of those of former years; as 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
man-l.ko dignity of our California solous
has relax dan 1 they have displayed a
skill iv the discharge of paper-wads and
other similar projectiles that would
cause the envy of the most accomplish
ed in the land. While these mimic com
bats are in progress it is quite easy to
understand that the current of legisla
tion flows rapidly and wit'jout inter
ruptiou, 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, and to bring
about the figurative grinding of the in
dividual axes.
At a late hour to-night the Senate,
after several hours of rapid work on its
hie, was ad journed for the reason thut
only fifteen members were found to be
pres.-nt.
Yesterday brought the debris struggle
to a close, and Wulrath's bill passed that
body by the decisive vote of 24 for to lb'
against. It came up as the special order
for the morning, aim 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,
toid of his exposures in the pioneer
days and spoke of the transformations
that had been wrought iv the Sacra
un ut j river and its tributaries iv conse
quence of the downpour of debris. He
drew a graphic picture of those streams
as they appeared thirty-five years ago,
whon their waters were pure and clear
and their banks were high. At the con
clusion of Mr. Dray's speech a recess
was taken, after which Senator Chandler
arose und made one of the a>h!est ad
dresses of the session. He spoke for
nearly an hour and gave a concise but
complete history of the protracted strug
gle lor existance between the farmers
and tho miners. He told of the valley
as it was before the Hood of debris had
began, and then he showed how deplor
ably it had been 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, und of
graveyards whose tombstones were al
most entirely hidden from view by the
deposit of debris. He said that thou
sands and thousands of acres of the fin
est land in the State had been thus de
stroyed, uud that the land still remain
ing had only been preserved by an out
lay su 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 stand that for the
same reason tuxes hail often reached the
enormous rate of 7, pf r cent a year.
In Marysville the levtei were of vast ex
tent, of great width, und of a consider
able heighi, aud yet iv mauy cases they
were barely sutlicient to prevent
the destruction of that city, and
of the lives of many of its in
habitants by tho troubled waters of
the Yuba, fu fact the channel of that
stream had disappeared, aud its bed had
been raised by constant deposi s of
slickens until it had ruined the streets
of Marysville, while the surface of the
stream was as hhjb as the second stories
of tbe houses. A similar condition of
affairs existed in all the other towns in
that portion of the State. The speaker
told of tbe invention of hydraulic mon
itors, by which the mountains have been
shattered into atoms in a few hours, and
the valley deluged with vast depusits of
debris. He reviewed the litigatiou he-
I twecn the farmers and the mtuers, and
gave a history of the legislation relitiie
to the subjt ct of slickeus. He conaluded
by earnestly appealing to his br ither
Senators to cae; their votes in -tic. ac
cordance with their hw.uu ditty, aid
not te enact a law which would
nullify all the results obtaiucd by the
farmers, alter years and years of lit
igation, j
I Patterson, of Modoc, then took the '
floor in support of the bill. He called I
I attention to the foot that the price of
BOAHU AMD I.ODCIWO.
arrNMT booms-at the abhlby ho" .
© te), Third street, may be found elegant,
annuy rooms, witn flrst-class board. Call
and examine. R ASHLEY. Propr. rrSlm J
BKLLrVUfc IkHKAfti, rOKMEKLY
Plcklt Villa, 439 Pearl street, Los Ange
lea Oal. The finest location in the city;
take Sixth street cars. "Hellovue Terrace"
"onsists of three buildings, all connected
by front porch, end contains 140 as desirable
rooms as can be fouud iv Southern Callfor
nitt. Board and room sn.GO and 52.50 per
day. Liberal arrangetnerts made with per )
sons desiring rooms and board hy the mouth
or year. Telephone MS. DANIEL PICK IT,
Mrs KATIE E. PICKIT, Proprietors a24tl 1
DENTISTS.
ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 2.1 8. SPRING j
street, rooms 4 aud 5. \
Gold tlilings from 13 up.
Amalgam and silver fillings, |1.
Painless Kxcisotiou ot Teeth by vitalized
air or nitrous oxide gas, tl.
Teeth extracted without gas or air, i? .50.
Best sets of teoth from $•> to $10, aud no
extra charges for extracting. Hv our new
method of making teeth a misflt is impossi
ble.
Special attention paid to repairing broken
plates.
Oflice hours from BA. M. to Sr. M. Sun
days from 10 A. M. to 12 M. d 7 tf
/T~". klHcPPlSß.TjivNTis'T, SPECIAL AT
iT. tentlon paid to treating and filling
teeth. Gas administered at office or resi
deuce. Rooms 6 and 6 Wilson Block
ull) 3m
M ISCELLAIS'EOUS.
NOTICE —THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID
for old gold aud silver at Union i nao
otllcc, 8 North Main street. m4-lm
VTICE WASHING WILL"itE*DONE CP BY
1\ n woman, lor restaurant, lodging, or
private houses. Call East First Street, 509.
m'2-7t
W. B Cox. w ! if. cox.
fWX A SON—DEALERS IN WO D, COaL,
\j Hay, Grain and Feed of all kinds, 707
olive street, near corner of Eighth. Orders
promptly delivered to all parts of city.
Telephone 578. f!9-tf
\TOUCE TO 'GRADERS—BIDS WILL bE
11 received at my ofllre until March ii. at
at-I P, H , for the removal ol 100,060 cubic
yards of earth from the west side of New
High street, from the Johnston Mansion to
the Kimball M insion, inclusive About
26,000 cubic yards to bo delivered ou Ihe
Ueaudry Water Works tract, on Alameda
street, and the balance tit be disposed Ol by
tin: contractor as he may desire. All earth
to be measured by excavation.
The amount required on the Bcaudry
Water Works tract, to be delivered within
three months from tlie date"f contract, mid
the full amount to be removed within nine
mouths from date of contract. Right re
served to reject any or all bids.
P. BKAUDRY,
ml-td 201 New High .St., (upstair?).
EDUCATIONAL.
COMMERCIAL NIGHT-CHOOL HOOK -
keeplug, Penmanship and Arithmetic
thoroughly taught at rooms 11 and 12, Schu
macher Block L. B. LAWSON. Principal.
FARINI S MUSICAL STUDIO RE"
. moved to No. 11 West First street,
Rooms 10 and 11.
Opera and concert stage a specislty; also,
Church and oratorio.
Fullhal f- hou rjessons. oltf
McPHERRON ACADEMY. BOARDING
aud Day School for Boys. Grand aven
ue, between Sixth and Seventh streets. Ex
cellent new buildiug. Fall term opened Sep
tember 23d. ISSO, and Is now in successful
progress. For circulars, addresa McPHER
RON BROS., I>o2 Grand aye., Los Angeles,
Cal. an 3
PCKMHiIL,
PE R S O N A L—AMERICAN WATCHES
sold cheap at Uulou Loan Office, 3
North Main sireet ml-lm
TjKRsONAL—GO TO THE UNION LOAN
I Olliee lor bargains iv Jewelry, :i North
Ma n street. ml-lm
(ILAIaVOYAN i — rVKIUAE ihllEK —
j Walk no longer in '.lie dark. Professor
J. TSCHANK bring! you light; he reads
with eyes no others enn; he sees with sec
ond sight Consult me on all atTairs of lite
Professor J. TSCHANK, 82W South Sprlug
street, room 12, Los Augeies, Cal. Hours,
9 a m. to 8 1* M. m 6 2t
b»E worth Kitth. SUPERB DKVBLOr
tyw mcnt of lorm nnd limbs, a pure, lovely
complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect
health guaranteed. No quuck lotions or air
pumps. Book ou "Physical Culture" free.
DB. LO. HARMON, 313 Halght street, San
Francisco, Cal. no2r< ly
rsTparkeh, independknTslate"*
writer: also lest medtum —Gives full
names of spirit friends. Consultations on
business, speculations, mineral lawsuits,
removals, love, marriage, absent friends,
etc. 28 South Spriug street, room :t, Hours
9 a. M t'Hi p. H, f, 1,2 l lino
Uas, EMMA ». HILL. IKAUUI.II or
ill Metaphysical Solents or Christian
healing, 14 DsLacy street, Pasadena. Hours
1 to 4 p. M. fe7tf
/Tut - rate ticket oTfice uNlTiciriT.
\j Charles Hotel. K. R. Tickets bought,
sold r.nd exchanged. Members of the Amer
ican Ticket Brokers' Association. R. J,
PRYKE A CO., 21; North Main street. m- r >tf
fr oit SALE—City Eroperty.
riBEAT BARGAINS IN THE ELECTRIC
IT Homestead tract Nine lots aud three
?00 houses for sale. Low price. Small
capital required; easy terms. Apply to No.
4, old postoiHce building.
m4tf
B»OB SALE—ONE STORY FRAME HOUSE.
1 7 rooms, No. 27 West Los Angeles sireet,
between First and Second streets. Enquire
MEVBERG BROS,, corner Main and Spriug
streets, m:; 4i
Inoß sale —a bai.oai.n-a bcauil
3 ful brick bouse (pres-cd brick Irunt) of
8 Bjrd-flnlshtd looms, with kitchen, pantry
ana bath room; pleasantly situated on the
bill ou Montreal street; will sell for $2500.
Call at house. 324 Montreal street, third
house north ol Virtrin stre-t. m 3 Ot
Lou SALE—iiHxi/'j en G an: nvan.e
■C cheap, McCOYE A Cl.'silMAN. 23 N.
Sprlug street. in tf
Ltolt SALE—C HOICK LOl IN TUB
T Chllds tract, on electric railroad line.
McCOYE A ctSHMAN, 23 N. Spriug sticet.
1 m2if
DOB SALE—BEAUrifUL LOT HILL
L 1 street near Eleventh, cheap. McCOYE
A CUSHMAN, 28 N. Spring street. m2tl
LIOR ~SALE-ON - THb INS 1 A1.1.M E.N I
IJ )>!au house of li moms, lot 02x140, on
the hill and only ten minutes' walk from
court house: $400 cash, balance ou verveusy
terms. ROCHESTER A LAYiON, 0 North
Matii street. feh!7t'
iFd'i HALE—ON TUN INSTALLMENT
X: plan house of 4 rooms near Main street
ears: »KSO cash, balance fa per month.
X 'CHESTER A LAY TON, 9 North Main
street. febirtf
©6B S VLK— FIVK LOTS, THREE BLOCKS
A from postnlUco. Must bo sold. A big
bargain; ouly *U5O. GRAHAM, TAYLOR A
Co., 12 West First street. flti lm
j?OR SALE—HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS,
* nicely furnished; well established, with
lease lor two years; rent reasonable. Wish
to sell on account of sickness. Those de
siring to invest call on premises, No 18
Seoul eda street, Los AngTdes, Cal. SYD
NEYCA TON. foUtf
lAUH BAiE—SLOTH. 40.XSU, «7i>: 5 LuTS,
* 4t>xl2n, |136 i 2 lots, 40x240, $275; 1 lot,
7;>.\:;r,o, with house and garden, and other
improvements. This property is on Lacy
avenue, 2 blocks from Wells street station,
Pasadena It. R, Take horse cars to Daly
street, then go along Daly to Wells street
one block past tbe brick yard and turn to
tlie right up Lacy avenue, and it la tbe last
house on the left. E. M. A. MORG AN. f22-1m
~SCHMIirF& PACKARD,
Real Estate Afjents,
NO. 1 ARCADIA STREET,
OrTOSITK THK I'OSTOFI'iCK.
*3.-,,Oo<»—Lot 115x129, corner Second aud
Hill streets; splendid locality for
hotel.
*20,000-CITY GARDENS, ou Snu Pedro
street.
Lot and houses, 20xl. r .r>, opposite
New Depot; $7100.
Lots and houses on Charity, Aliso
Pearl, San Fernando, etc., st eets;
Houoratown. East Los Aneeles, Bnyl"
Heights, Brooklyn Heights, Pico
Heights, Child's Tract, etc., etc.
Largo and fmaller tracts In and
outside the city limits.
-Large and small farms, steck
rauchos, orchards aud vineyards
uroiiiid Los Autelcs and at Fulton
Wells, San Fernando, Orange, Gar
den Grove, Pasidcna, Florence. El
Monte, Santa Barbara, Winaingtou,
MONEY BORROW on good security.
SCHMIDT A PACKARD,
f27 |m No. 1 Arcadia St.
L vDIEs, is ilie aud health worth preserv
ing? If you think so, uso Gllmoro's Aro
matio Wine. C. F. Ilelnzemau, ageut, Loa
Angeles.
HAKUAINM IN HEAL ESTATE.
AQQA SPI.ENi/lU KTillTiriXlTlLATuir ,
2)"cres,about 100 plowable. .Some i
barley, wheat, Muscat vines, etc., already ,
planted and growing. Ever-flowing spring ,
Ol good water. Tho whole, Including buck
board, guns, tools, etc , $320 oash. II J.
LLOYD TREGO, postoffice, Alpiue Station, =
I.os Angalea euintv. ml at j
L'oK 8 VLB-AT DLAKA'a, slATaaiN ,
r acres centrally situated, no improve- |
ments, at $250 per ncrc: also 2') acres near ,
depot, with house, (iOti bearing fruit trees ,
und teu shares of w iter stock, Btt*6ooj also ,
•12 acres Unelv improved, with thirty shares ,
oi witter stock :'.t flS.OOO; also 22 acres, with ,
tweutv-elght shares ol water stock, house,
barn. Scores In beitrlug fruit trees ana j
acres In alfalfa, at $"'000: also 21 acror, Wltu
large house, bam, IDOJ Washing ou Navels,
500 assorted iru'.t trees, 4aoroi grapes aud ■
twenty shares water stock, ut ftO.OCO W. D,
ROOT, 25 Temple street. ml-tit
17IOR SALE OR EXCIIANCE-HOUSK OF
1 7 room", good haru, etc., lucludlug Ioj
acres of laud, highly Improved) oranges,
lemons, pear*, apricots, grapes, etc.. all iv
beating; Situated between Klgbthand Wasb-
Infton, west side of Alameda st ; price, :;10,
siki. For further particulars ttupire at :H
South Main st, JOHN MBADK. 127-lm
CIITY AND coi'NlKt PaOPBKI'H FOR
/ sale. Special Bargains:
Pltegerabl True:, just subdivided, making
04 beuutitul building lets, on Ninth-street
car Hue, from tntiiit.. .-il.'OO; easy Linus.
Lot 75 feet Irout west side Pearl street,
i ucht Twelfth street.
j 100 feet ou East Fourth street, with house
!of five rooms, Willi all moderu coaveu
, tenets.
PARCELS, AGUIRRE A CO.,
i f2iitf 12 Court st.. t ppotlte court house.
poB burns a
II? Siuilh, eight acres, flnell improved,
1 tare* fourths mile west of city limits, iv
• the CahueDgs dlstrlei; 57500.
Ten acres southwest ol Agricultural Park:
*1 ,000.
Seventv-flve acres of oil land near New
hull'; *750.
Oue-half acre on Adams afreet, finely Im
proved, with five-room house: SSJOO.
Thlrtv acres on Temple street, just out
side of the city limits; s 00 per acre.
1 Twenty acres ou Alameda, all In full
i bearing oraugu orchard aud vineyard;
i 120,000.
A flue orange orchard of twenty-four
I acres on Lcmou stre-t: jIOCO per acre.
Several fine lots iv the Bonnie Brae tract
I Lauds in Antelope valley at 16 to $10 per
i acre.
! Building lots in all parts of the city at
: p rices to suit all.
JtesidOLCcs in all parts of the city.
I The most of tho property ou our books
I can be had on easy terms,
j The above ts ■elected from a very large
' list ol property which we have on our boons
! (or sac. ReeSOQebls terms cau be bad on
must of our property. feb23tf
\lll|{l-l LOT IN INK WILLIAMSON
<?OUU Tract, on Pico street. If applied lor
'soon. Address O. H„ PoetofflOß. fe2l-tf
' LIOK SALE—A FINE Lot IN UItSCHIaF
JP felln Orchard tract.
I Seveu good lots outhe Second street cable
road, ueitr the park.
Also the best block of cheap lots iv the
i city. W. 11. TUTHILL,
I feblOtf 52 N. Spring street.
1' IN TRACTS TO SUIT, |50 PER
acre: hi miles from Los Angc cs, near
. oceau. WALTERS ,fc TUBUS, Pico House.
lanltf
In a RMS anij t own "Lois—Farms OF
■ all sizes, from five to sixteen huudred
| acres of land for sale; one of SOU acres a spe
cial bargain; also town lots iv the Iron Sni-
I phur Springs Tract. New life in and near
| this family resort, incident ,o the comtug of
the railroads. The best of natural mineral
I waters and baths. C. T. WIDNFIY A CO.,
Fulton Wells P. O. Cal. noll-tf
/TTIEAP HOME FOR HALE— SI 100-SIX
V > acres, very fine lard, iv healthy aud
desirable location, with 1)., story house of 5
good sized rooms, brick cellar and chim
ueys, large stable with six stalls and stor
age room for teu tons of hay. good well and
pump aud the entire place surrounded with
fence. Price oulv IIMW. Apply to R.
VBBOH, Room 80, Temple Block. f-22
ill tTIIANEES.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH SlOOO. BEST
thing ever presented. No previous ex
perience. Address "MINES" Postoffice Box
I 1034, Los Angeles, CaL ml It
TI7ANTBD—PARTNER IN BDTCHBR
TT shop. A. I. VIELE, Room 28, Schu
macher Block. inn 8t
rTIOR SALE—A REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
1 with fixtures; good location and cheap
rent: price, 410 D. No. 10 Noeth Main, mist
WANTED— BY AN OLD DOCTOR A
suitable place for a drugstore and a
j small professional business, .vddress W. P.
PUGH, No. 34 North Alameda street, Los
Angeles. mi it
1?OR RENT-FORTY ACRES OF THE
1 best available land; entitled to full ir
rigation: rent at low figures; the land is sit
uated about live miles from the city. Ad
dress, by letter, to postoflice box No. 139.
in 2 tf
BUSINESS CHANCE—PAR I NEK VVANT
ed by a real estate fl m. Good ofllce
| and location. 212 Noith Maiu ttreet. city.
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TXT ANTED AT ONCE — A MANAGING
j tV partner, to go to Pasadena and mau
j age a branch store, in furniture and bed-
I ding business. Capital required, *300 to
i ¥4>o Chance seldom met with. Apply to
I California Upholstering and Bedding Co.,
1 222 Downey tvonoo. f_'7-ii
V\" ANTED—A MANAGER FOR WINE
i Tl manufactory, to take full charge; must
iho able to invest $3000 to $.,.00 il satisfied
with the business. Address MANUFAC
TURING COMPANY. P. O, box 1194,Lo?An
{ geles, Cal. feb 17tf
I
PARTNER WANTE.I, TO JOIN TIIE AD
vertiser, with a few huodn d or a thous
| and dollars, in a flrst-clnss paying busluess;
fullest iuvestigatiou solicited aud referen
ces given; un previous xperieiii.e neci -sa
ry, Address MERCHANT, p. o Box 1194,
Los Augeies, Cal. febl7-3mos
PARTNERSHIP WANTED—A GENTLE
man of experience, with $1000 to $isoo at
. command, wishes to joiu iv partnership
I with a paying concern, where his time and
i money cs'n be utilized. Address BONA
FIDE, care room 3, No. 28 N. Spriug street
Los Angeles, Cal. febl7-3mos
T7IOR SALE-ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
i X best established hotels iv this city,with
I a long tease. It has au established reputa
tion for respectability, and is doing a largo
and remunerative business, Principals
only treated with Addresa
I febiotf J M. ROH ILL, P. O. Box 123S
" fOBj SALE.
Ijioi SALE—DIAMOND, WATCHES AND
' Jewelry sold low at Union Loan Oflice,
3 North Main street. m4-Im
1? O It SA L E—S ALO O N, BOTTLING
IJ works, re taurant and lodging house, iv
a trowing town near Los Augeies. A flue
business chance. Inquire at this office.
m5-5t
SALE-JUST ARRIVED AT NO. 26
South I.os Augeies St., two carloads of
flue yOUOg bofteij for saie at low p ices.
Inquire of ItKETAN A CAMRON, Wutnra
stables. ms6t
lIORI IOR SALE— HOLSK OF FIVE ROOMS, AT
1 332 East Fourth Street. Hot water is
piped through the house. Separate en
trance for roomers. Brick cel.ar under en
tire bouse. Price $2hoo, part cash. Call at
182. WaU street _ ,n ' , _^ t _
IJIOR SALE—A UOI'KL, FURNISHED, 12
J; :ooms, bath, water piped all through
house, with stable aud barn. By LLOYD,
YORBA A CO., 23il North Maiu, Baker Block.
f26-H
1* niNE HOUSE, STUDEBAKKR I'll A ETON
1 and harness for sale. J. W. GILLETTE,
122 Temple street. feb/3tf
rnoß BALE—FORTH HEAD or' FINE
l 1 cows, some with calves, cheap. Ad
dress No. 196, P. O. box, to W. L. WEBB.
feb"2 tf
£mk SALE —A FLBBT-CLABS .RAM)
Square Hallett A Davis Piano for sale
cheap. box No. 1195. flat!
KIND, GENTLE lIOK SE;
E perfectly safe for a ludy. Cau be seen
at 857 South Hill street. feio iot.
IdOK SALE—FKE-tll OO Wd—THOROCG II-
J? hred and gißdo Jersey cows; fresh,
good milkers, klud aud gentle; the best
fimllv and dairy cows In tne world. Ad
dress F. J. BAKRETTO,Downey,California.
. tlj lm
4lfl ftlllk CHOICE OLIVE CUTTINGS FOR
£\J,U\J\J sale, cheap, at tuc itlace of C. R.
KINALDI, San Fernando. Cal. fB-lm
IUU HE\T-KtIOIMN.
FINE SUITE OF ROOMS. WITH BOARD
at 500 Fort st.. comer Sixth at. _ m 5 tf
IdO lv USR l-Ul 1 Ok Yl El'.K OR Itlly.N 111,
JJ foursunuv rooms nicely furnished, In
the Emerald i'ottage. Ocean avenue, next
to Cliff Hou«e, Santa Monica. Apply to
MRS. GEORGE BOEHMh, on the premises
f24tf
Hilt HENT-MO|!SES.
'OR REN 1 —HOUSS. Of NiNE ituOMti,
ou linens VI ta street 835.00 per mouth
sod furniture to soli cnesp. JOHN P P.
PKCK, W4 South Spring street. m l:2t.
fIOR REM- a GOOD SEVEN-BOOM,
1 hard-Huishcd house, partly fnrnUned,
three and a half milts from courthouse Ap
ply to ADAMS A bON, room 11, 75 N. Spring
street. Jnltf
MISCELLANEOUS.
Men's Clothing, Youths' Clothing,
BOYS' CLOTHING!
AT
ES_ -A. 3D FIVE'S;,
One-Price: Clothing: House!
IS South Spring Street.
THIS WEEK SPECIAL SALE OF
to Dozen Mon'!i unlaundrled Shirt', linen bosom nml cuffs at 35c each.
35 Dozen Meu's lauudrled Shirt.-, linen bosom and cuffs 60c earn.
100 Men's Oasstmere suits at WlB.no worth •18.00
SO All-wool Sank suits at 10.00 worth 28.50
50 Imported 4-button Cutaway suits at a great reduction.
All <inoi!« said In in. establishment arc pressed and alterations
to Improve thu t I I. are done free oil < lunge.
—BE SURE TO CALL ON
E. ADAM,
PLAIN-EIC.I'RE IIEALEII, 15 South S|ulug Street, I.os Angeles.
fl7-8m
ALBEE & WILLAED.
I*llOo—Elegant lot on Ellis avenue, near S2soO—Lot in the Otinnigan tract, on Pico
Figueroa, In the Ellis tract. street, 62x150; clean side.
• 1850-The. flues: lot in Ellis tract, comer isaoO-St lendid inside lot in the Dunni
of Ellis avenue nnd Honsnllo street: gan tract
«.-.ui ß, Vi n r e V-1w ''! ,r ""' lll 'u alongside. S2OOO Each-Five elegant lots In the Long-
S2oOO-1(5x1,t. c-1, corner of Washington street tract, fronting on Figueroast.
...-ii , f I ~. . . , »25fJ0-The finest corner in the Longstreet
522.,0-Lot same sttc adjoining the above lrflct fronting cm Figtteroa street,
on Washington afreet. 60x190 feet
•*OOO Each-S half acres on Ocean street, 57500-Heautif.il corner on Flgueroa, size
iv at tho cor. of Brmjdway COxir.ii; clean side of the street!
„ »*r^ A , a '," vfi "c covered whh BI()0I( Each-Two lots on south sido of
flue Hearing Orange I rees and arc the finest York strict near Flgueroa
hits offered for the mouey iv the market. SUSOO-Corner lot on Graud avenue.
SISOO-l.ot IWxISO font on Eleventh St., 1*1750 Each-Lot.l 60x1st, on Hope street.
just west of Pearl st; this is CHBAP.
#aioO—Hue lot, Temple st; 4400 cheaper MTOO—Lot 60x166, on west sido of Hill It;
thau udjolniug lots. very desirable for building.
W5500-A ncautiful Cottage in the Ellis Tract,
Just being finished—to see is to buy !
g%9^ Besides the above we have the remaining lots In the Fills Tract, which are every
oue of them choice tor building speculation. We are selling the cheapest tract of lots on
the east side of tbe river for $.'!IM to 81150 per lot; $ICO down, balauce $20 per mouth. We
have a few fine houses and improved places which will suit you for home-. Our specialty
has always been fine acre property aud tracts for subdivision, and we have the best in
the city. TBI! is a Wet-Wkathf.b Advertikkmemt with L)BY-OXASOM Pangs.
ALBEE & WILLAED,
No. 3«! 2 North Spring Street I.os Angeles, Cal.
GRAND AUCTION SALE.
West Coast Land Company,
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CAL.
Incorporated, Ittarch 87, ls.se. Capital, 5500.000.
1)1 RECTO HS: OFFICERS:
Geo. C. Peiikins, san Francisco. John L. HoWABD, President.
John L HOWARD, San Fraucisco. Isaac Goi.iitbee, Vie " President.
tSAaC GOLDTRXB. Sau Luis Obispo. B. E, Jack, Treasurer.
R. Fl Jack, Sau Luis Obispo. C. H. PHILLIPS,
C. H. Piiii.urs, Sau Luis Obispo. Secretaiy and Manager.
The West Coast Land Company now offers for sale In subdivisions the
PASO ROKI.ES RANCH,
Of 20,100 acres, less 0,000 acres sold to settlers iv the past four months
TIIE SANTA ISABEL RANCH,
Of 20,200 acres;
THE ECHEKA It ANCH,
Of 11,(00 acres, and 12,000 acres of the
111 l it HI'EHO RANCH,
all lying iv a body, on the S. P. R. R., at its terminus in
SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY.
fW-tt Jl.t, BELL AT FCBUO AUCTION-^!
About MARCH 22d (for date, see later advertisement) the balance of the
PaSO ROIILES RANCHO, consisting of town lots in Templeton, 800 acres;
In 5 to 12 acre lots adjoining Templeton, sud 11.000 acres in ranch subdi
visions. Also, 2100 acres of the H.UEB IICERO RANCH tv 20 subdivisions.
These are all agricultural aud fruit lands. In quality equal toany In
the State, with an average annual rainfall exceeding that 01 Sauta Clara
county, and require NO IRRIGATION.
Title, United States patent, to be iree and clear of all incumbrances.
TEH vis Ol SALE.
Lots in Templeton, cash, United States gold coin; all other tracts one
third cash, balance iv four equal payments, in 2.8, 4 aud 5 years; interest t'<
per eeut. per annum. The mortgage tax paid by the mortgagee the
interest about 4 per cent, net to the puichaser. An additional charge wi.l
be made of $5 for deed in sale of town lots, aud $25 iv other cases for ex
penses of sale, including making and recording all papers Schedule
price of rauch subdivisions average 120 au acre; of 3 to 12-acre lots, $50 an
acre
SALE WITHOUT RESERVE,
Providing that no bid will be entertained at less than 00 per cent.of sched
ule prices; 10 per cent of cash payment (but lv uo case less than 3100) re.
quired at fall of hammer; 30 days to coinpieio sale. Parties falling for :!0
days forfeit sum paid.
Parties going from Los Angeles take P. C. S. 8. Co.'s steamers from Sau Pedro to San
Luis Obispo. From San Francisco, taie 8:80 a. M, daily trains S. P. R. It to Templeton.
Parties wishing to inspect said lands with a view to purchasing at the auction, «r any
of the company's laud at private sale, will be shown tho property free of cbaigc by
applying at the company's office iv Templeton.
aTXje—Maps of all the ranch subdivslona of Templeton, of the 5 to 12 acre suburban
lots and a general map showing the location of the company's lands, with a new de
scriptive ca alogue, arc in press aud will be sent free ou appltatlon caftcr tbe 25th lust.
(February, ISs7. ) Address
C. H. PHILLIPS, Manager,
West Coast Laud Co., Sau Luis Obispo, Cal.
JOHN" J. JONES & CO..
283 North Main Street, New Postoffice Building.
INTENDING PURCHASERS OF ORCHARDS ANP VINKYARDB, OR LANDS SUlT
ttblo for raising fruft, will consult their Interest by calllug on us. Long residence
in this Suite, familiarity with its peculiar resources and climate, and long experience In
the RAISING OF FRUIT, enables us to supply such Information as is necessary to safe
Investment. We have many b-rgains to offer, Including CITY AND COUNTRY PROP
KBTY, and we most respectfully solicit a call. Wu understand our busluess aud can
please our customers.
Palmdale Colony Lands from I*7 lo *25 per acre.
£JtW Water Rights ou all Lands from $15 to *25 per acre."^!l
JOHN ,T. JONES & CO..
MB North Main 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 lv selliug property that has REAL MERIT
for those who reason for themselves and compare notes as to values and advantages of
property we may oft'erovor adjacent real estate. Wo are hero to stay, have a due regard
for public opinion, aud, in the end, find It more pleaßant and profitable to recommend
such properties as have never failed to realize profit to purchasers Among our best bar
gaiusare:
FTrst—An additional subdivision of 20 acres (tho first 20 having been closed out ai
lower figures),lots 50 feet front, wide Btreets, 1 mile east of our city limits. Grand Viewo
mountains north, valley and oceau south, portion of city west; perfectly level; tho 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 tank for domestic purposes free. t20,0 '0 Is
vow being expended under contract ou grading Second street alone, tube completed iv 70
days. 50 acres have been donated for a magnificent college. It is between the I roposed
<• able and electric roads (partly completed) no', far from sireet cars now runnlug. PRICE,
1160 PER LOT. Terms, $10 down and 110 monthly installment*. No interest. Valuable
development* w 11 bo made withiu tho next 110 days, after which prices will bo advanced-
Second— A beautiful Iraet of the choicest land for subdivision of 90 acres. A grand
view, nearly all level; no alkali or adobe laud; near ourclty limits; has an over-supply
of excellent wator; on the Hue of march of valuable iinprovemeuts. ONLY $400 PER
ACRE. Terms to suit.
Third—One of the choicest dairy farms in this county,or unsurpassed foroorn, alfalfa
aud stock; 141 acres, 12 miles from thu city, on railroad, all fenced: good improvements,
flowing wells: running stream; oue-thlrd in alfalfa. A groat bargain. Terms to suit.
We have all kinds of city and county property for sale.
fe!B-lm HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN, No 20South Spring Street
If. Oi t'Mti.'!(»>,
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT, J8
N. Spring sireet, Los Angeles, Califor
nia, will attend to oollectlon of cms
and pay taxes for non-residents. Ventura
couuty lauds and town lots for salo.
Reference: First National Hank, of Los
Angeles, Residence Nt i. Hill.
GRAPE CUTTINGS.
VOX SALE, CUTTINGS OK THK FOL
■C lowing varieties: Borger. Zinfondel,
Trousseau, Grauaolie, Mataro, Carrlenan,
Petite Peuot, or Blaok BurcundT, Ganay,
Tientuera Apply to X, 1.. MAYBKRUY,
, San Gabriel, Cal

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