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DAILY HERALD. ORANGES. Beasons Why They do not Sell Better*. ♦HOOD BULKS FUR PACKING. Over One-Third of Hiis Year's Crop Already Sold—lhe Growers' Union. Over one-third of the ormge crop hat already been sold, aud were it not for aha negligence of the growers in general, there would be an excellent chance to dispose of every orange at an advanta geous price. The main difficulty in the way is the stupidity of the shippers, who do not regulate tho suppty. In tho chief ormge markets it is either a feast or a famine. Either tho market is over stocked or there are none to bs had. It at tins faot that destroys tho evenness of prices and aids in making the crop less profitable than should be the case. It is trite tbat a very earnest endeavor 'n being made by the "Orange-Growers' Union" to equalize shipments and to provide for the proper supply of the markets, but aa long as one-third of the growers refuse to oo operate, and ship indiscriminately, so long will the returns be less satisfactory to all concerned. The object of this Union is to provide for tbe proper marketing of oranges, and it is to the interest of every grower to join it. IRREGULAR SHIPMENTS. Last year the shipments of oranges were ▼cry irregular. It waa the intontion of the Union to forward about six carloads to San Francisoo every day. That amount would fully supply the demand and at Ihe same time be jaat enough to prevent prices from going down. So far as the Union was con cerned, the intention was carried out, bat the groweis who did not belong stepped in and destroyed the chances for fair returns. Thus some days the arrivals in San Francisco went as high as twelve or thirteen carloads, and the con sequence was the market was glutted, and in order to sell low prices had lo be taken. It was impossible to get that other one-third to co-operate in the good work, and Ihe market was spoiled. Dealers well know that it is easy enough to lower a price, but it is very diffioult to raise it after tbe downfall. San Fran oisco v a difficult market to supply un der any circumstances, and the Union baa of late turned its attention to sup- f lying theEostern markets in preference, f it can manage to dispose of the pro dnct of all its members in the East then those outside can have San Francisco to themselves, but it is a pity that so much of the product is wasted each year, when it will all realize good prices if properly handled. POOR PACKING. Another reason that the oranges of the growers do not sell better is on «ccount of tbe packing. It ia true that tnost of the iarge growers are paying proper attention to packing, but there ia tfiat one-third which comes to market in very bad shape, so bad that the repu tation of California is at stake. Every shipment of poorly packed oranges by jurea the reputation of California for honesty. A representative of the Her ald, who has investigated the matter, ascertained that in many cases buyers expected to be cheated, aud can, there fore, with difficulty be induced to pay fair prices for fruit which is carefully packed and honestly selected. It is sur prising to learn how many really believe that all growers are trying to take ad vantage of them, and that this is so is -only on account of the injudicionsness of the growers. Buyers soon learn the brands which can and cannot be trusted, And tbe result ia that those packed honestly bring prices far above the others. Purchasers do not like to buy • box of fru't of any kind and find only the top layer in good condition, nnd the rest of the box filled in with "scrubs." Nearly every citizen of this metropolis has had this experience, and it is no qronder that the reputation of all is be ing spoiled by the few. It is fortunate that there are some who are trying to better the state of affairs, and the aooner all growers come to the conclusion that honest packing is the best the sooner will matters assume a more satisfactory appearance, both for them and the others. Even honest packing will not •ntireiy remove the objections to the oracges of this vicinity. A visitor to the markets will remark the number of >boxea which are filled with oranges which ore covered with the black scale. CLEAN ORANGES. Nice clean oranges always sell better than tbe diriy looking ones, and when this can be removed with little difficulty there seems to be no reason wby it is not removed. Tbe only way of account ing for it is in the laziness of the pack ore. Fruit properly cleaned brings fully one-third more than when it is dirty aud aloveuly packed. For convenience sake some regular system of grading should be adopted. The Union baa taken a step in this direction and is gradually working to a point when all fruit shall be properly graded as to size and qual ity. In older orange-growiug countries it has been found necessary to grade the frnit evenly so that buyers may know just what they are getting without tho opening of the boxes. At the present time packages of oranges are graded according to the number in the box, but • system wherein the grades should be known as No. 1, 2, 3, etc., will finally be the result of experience and when this becomes universal the handling and oelling of the fruit will be accomplished with more facility. All growers should ©o operate for their own good and should endeavor to increase instead of lower the reputation of the California product. DIRECTIONS. Some time since the Union promulgated the following directions, which it would be well if everyone would folic w: First—The fruit should never be picked green—a few green or off colored oranges in a box only may lose a sale or cause low prices for the whole lot; whereas well matured oranges of tine oolor will alwiys command good prices. Do not be in a hurry to ship, only pick ing/the bright, ripe oranges, iirst light ening «p the trees. March, April and May (and even in June) are the best ■souths in whioh to ship oor oranges, "Second—Careful picking should be the rule. Do not bruise or it jure the frait in the least. One rotten orange in • box means the lobi often of the whole box—often sever.il. Select a <"ry day on which to pick. It is better to cut tbe •torn cloee to the oraogo rathor than poll the orange. However, pulling can be alone more expeditiously, f or Ine But will be resorted to. A skillful i with a practical twist and double jerk, can break the stem in the oye with no danger of tearing the skin •freshly picked oranges, when heaped together, will heat and sweat at an or eMaaty temperature. For this reason tffeey should not be packed immediately atftar picking, as the danger of loss from ■ox and decay is thereby increased. | WHY WILL YOU <ough when Shlloh'a Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts., andll. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles. TRACE MARtG 3UREI C 3. X Cts. PROMPT.aW V ~ AT DRUGGISTS AND DBAUBS. •aa ratai— t-mmui , pp. niSCELI.ArIEOrJS. SMITH &VIGNEROIS Aspialt Sidewa'ki, Coicrete Driveway; side and Lawn Walks, Basement Floors, Work Guaranteed Satisfactory In All Oasei Gravel.: Sand and Paving Stones supplied IVOKKS AT LOWER END Ol irtaln Street, "ppo«ite TOncy. f 19-M WA3at-3m A Choice Residence Lo TO BE GIVEN AWAY*! IWILL1 WILL GIVE TO THE PERSON OFFER ing to build tbe best resdeuce a lo worth $800. Said lot being their choice of any one o nine corner lots of my subdivision of Alliambra Property! No offer to build residence to cost law thaD S2OOO will be accepted. The award null be made on Thursday, March 3d, and any or all of the remaining 18 lots will be sold. This property la 3 blocks from Hie Alhambra Hotel, BUT A SHORT DISTANCE FROM DKPOT la Well Supplied with Water AND IS FINELY IMPROVED. /fg(r*TRAINS leave Los Angeles for Al lambra at 7:10 aud 9:30 A. H. 1,1 '.ten FKEE for All who Attend. aE«F~"For further information address J. M. TIERNAN, * San Gabriel, Or DR. T. D. KELLOGG, Alhambra. febf-Bun-FriASat LANDS In Central California, for sale by Edwin K. Alsip & Co., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, So. 1015 Fourth Street, Sacramento. No. 214—Eighty acres of land in Nevada county at $15 per acre; teu acres cleared, partly under fence: two living Bprings of water: a small dwelling; will exchange for city property. No. 21o—For $3500; 160 acres of land two and a half miles northeast of F'olsom: seven acres in vineyard, seven acres in alfalfa; all fenced and tillable; fifty acres cleared; dwelling, btrn, etc No. 216—Eighty acres of good fruit land near Newcastle, Plac-r couuty, for toUOO: all situated so ns to be Irrigated from ditch; all fenced; fifteen acres orchard, twelve acres In berries, three acres iv alfalfa; peaches raised on this place look first pre mlum at State Fair iv 18S6. No. 217—Forty acres of go"d grain or fruit land at 115) per acre, near Brighton, Sacra meuto county; will be sold iv tei-ncie tracts; would give about three acres of alfalfa land to each piece No. 202—Seven thousand dollars, fory acres of fine fruit laud near Newcastle, Placer county; two and a half acres in table grapes; twenty-five acres In fruit from 3 to 7 years old; three acres la berries; two and a half acres iv alfalfa; p'enty of timber for family use; soil Is of a dark, sandy loam and high y productive; dwelling has five rooms, cost 8150; good barn with sheds on both sides; good wella aud pumps; tnls is a flue farm and ought to flud ready sale. No. 133—Ten thousand dollars; for thirty acresof fruit land In the well-known Win ters region; three acres in vineyard, fifteen acres In orchard, half an acre berrieß, two acres alfalfa, besides forty-four orange trees, two Japanese persimmon trees; all fenced and croßs-feneed iuto three fields; twodwei lugs, one large stable, one barn, one grauary; the dwelling Is surrounded by a yard ft led with c: olee shrubbery, which, in case ol ueed, can be easily watered from hydrants conveniently located In different parts of the yard: thero are two large wind mills, two tanks and tankhouse, and all necessary outbuildings; the climate Is good and well adapted to fruits; scale, codlin moth and other fruit pests are unknown. No. 182-Ten dollara per acre; 275 acres unimproved land seven miles from Lat'ube, near Michigan Bar, Sacramento county; nearly all tillable. ifWSend for our Catalogue of Lands, or 3all for it at Nortnem California Ageucy, So. 2E3 Nirth Maiu sireet Los Angeles. EDWIN K. ALSIP A CO., Sacramento. T"JLP;-» H : . H -.?°r ß ® LtoimemVpms" For .ht W i ll ! e , 1 ? to the Antiquated HoVso 1 For the last 14 years the B. 11. H. Horse Liniment has been the leading remedy among Farmers and Htockmen for t a swi£ f SP™ M l, Brrjines, Btiff Joints! andHH »»« Shoulders, et" SS• m£ SSSS. I? 6 ".without an eonal for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Aches PainT Tho' lT uLZm. S — Liniment has many imita t'°uB, and we caution the Publlo to sea that the Trade Mark "H H. H " i 9 ™ every Bottle before purchas-.n P . For sale BotuT centa * lm SS C. H. HANCE, wholesale and retail Drugsrist and Manufacturing Pharmacist, Nos. 77 and 79 North Hpriug street. Tele phone No. 65. P. O. Box 2165. m we roHially rernromend AWMa** youri: .is thrbest remedy jX-WATCun* la known to us forGonoirhutt S a \W\ TO ft I> A YB. tsa < and Gleet. not t»B * Ye nave sold consliler. aZoT StatealliOlßttf. • ? I,le ' ami in every case it WtmW - hat given satisfaction. ■J!" ™" 5 '»• Aleott A LUk. fat™' I|lt|Mo> * y Sotdbrnriujgijts. Ladles who are troubled with cramps aud nervousness should drink Damlaua Bitters. It Is pleasant to take. "HACKMETACK" a lasting and fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 60 cents. C. F. Helnzeman* agent, Loa Angeles. The Mexican remedy for diseases of the I * kidneys and bladder la Damiana Bitters. I J Michel Levy A Co., wholesale rates. 1* They should be placed in bins, in a dry room, raised slightly from the floor by means of slate, and kept from three to five days in this oondition. Uuleas the weather is very 000 l they will go through a natural sweat, in which the surplus moisture of the fruit escapes and the rind becomes tough and pliable. Many unseen imperfections, suoh as slight bruises, etc., will also develop inlo spots and permit a more certain selection of perfeot fruit for market. When, by reason of low temperature or other cause, the oranges do uot sweat natural ly in the boxes, some successful packers use artificial means, such as coverine with blaukets, etc. Others do not con sider this necessary. During tbe sweat ing process the oranges should be caro fully examined from time to time, and in from three to five days a slightly sticky appearance will be noticed on thjp rind. When this appears the fruit should be thoroughly aired until dry and ready for packing. Third—Properly pick and a! sort very carefully as to size and color. Never put large and small oranges in the same box. Each orange should be wrapped separately in fruit paper, con taining as little oil as possible, so that it will readily absorb aud throw off moisture. The wrapper should be careful to reject every bruised or other wise injured orange. The packer should be careful not to put different varieties in the same package. The bnyer should be able to know when he has tasted any oranges from a box or brand, tbat all others from the same brand or box, are its equal, as near as may be. In pack ing, the oranges should be placed one by one, closely together in layers, so that there can be no rolling or sliding of the frnit in the box. The top layers should project not less than one-half an inch nor more than three quarters of an inch above the side of the box, so that the top, when nailed on, should hold the layers firmly in their places, even after there has been some shriukige of the fruit. This is all important when the fruit is to be transported a consider able distance, especially by rail. The count should be plainly marked on the package, and each package should contain the exact number of oranges thus marked on the outside; no more, no less. This is important, as retailers sell by the dozen and always prefer to know just how many oranges they are getting. The number contained ia a standard box also gives an exact idea of the size of the fruit. The standard oounta to the box are 80, 96, 128, 146, 161, 176, 200, 250. 324, and frnit graded to these sizes and properly packed in regular layers fit and fill up the boxes in the best possible manner. The boxes for packing should be of light, dry material, neatly and strongly put together, dimensions 12x12x265, out side measurement, with partition exactly in the middle. The members of the Union who put these directions into practice last year were well rewarded for their trouble, for tbey did not lose a box, and shipments were kept up as late as June. The Latest and Greatest Dis covery. DR. J. Dk PRATT'S HAMBURG FIGS—A crysta'lized fruit cathartic. A discovery of the greatest interest to tbe medioal profes sion. A boon to every household. A most delicious laxative or purgative, prepared from fruits and vegetables. So perfectly harmless that tbey may be administered with entire safety to an infant Sn effica cious to adults that a single dose will prove their value, and so elegant a preparation that it needs only to be presented to the public to become a necessity in every household throughout the land. For liver complaints, habitual constipation, indiges tion, dyspepsia and piles, they are a specific To travelers by sea and land they will be found invaluable; they are positively uu falling in their action, and this is the only medicine ever offered to the public that is acceptable to the taste, and so pleasant that children will eat the tigs as eagerly as can dy. For sale by every druggist throughout the world. Price twenty five cents a box. J J. Mack A Co., proprietors, 9 aud 11 Frout street, San Francisco, Cal. A (ialaxy of Beauty and Talent. Adnlina Patti, Mary Anderson, Mrß Scott Siddons, Emily Melvilleand a hostof others certify to the value of Camelline for pre serving and beautifying the complexion. Ita Innocence ia attested by the best scien tific authority. Price of Camelline, fifty cents. Cure for Pllea. PILES are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to sup pose he has some affection of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, un easiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture like perspiration, producing a very dlsa greeable itching, after getting warm, la a common attendant. Blind, bleediug aud Itching piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosauko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts affected, absorbing the tumors, allaying the Intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents. Address the Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by E. F. Heinzeman. Tne Original Abltlue Ointment is put up In two ounce tin boxes, and is an absolute cure for old sores, ulcers, burns, wounds, salt rheum, fe ver sores, chapped hands and all skin erup tions. Will posltlveiy cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the Original Abietine Oint ment, in two ouce boxes. Price, 25 cents. For sale by Preuss A Hance, Druggists, 77 and 79 N. Spring street. Terrible Pains. Dr. Flint's Heart Bcmedy banishes sick headache and will prevent the return of this most terrible of pains, if taken when the warning symptoms give notice of the recurrence of an Attack. At druggists, 81.50. Descriptive treatise with each bottle; or ad dress J. J. Mack A Co., San Francisco. r ,Vhon baiiy was deft, v.c tivo Iv: OMtSfla, When she was a Child »!.-: cried for Castorfc. When f.be became >liss,r,hc clung toCastoria, Whenshe'uMicuildrcn.i!:: inesiCastori* Abietene Ointment. ABIETENE is produced in the northern partof Butte county, Cal., and combining with it Vaseline and other Therapeutic agents, we challengathe world to produce anything to equal JPBIETENE OINTMuNT for old sores, ulcers, Salt Bheum, Corns, Chilblains, Fever Sores, Chapped Hands, Cancers, Burns, Ring Worms, Bleedine, Blind, Itching and Ulcerated Piles and all eruptions of the Skin. Price 25 cents. Sold by C. F. Heinzeman. Dyspepsia Cured. Heartburn, Indigestion or dyapepsla cured by that excellent remedy, "Mother Carv's Dyspepsia Powders." Never have been known to fall. For sale by C. H. Hance successor to Preuss A Hance), and Ellis A Co Los Angeles. Tne Electric Hallway Home stead Association Hereby give notice that the distribution of the lots in the South Side tract will take place in room 8, Schumacher Block, March 8,1587, at 1 o'clock P. at. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, MARCH 5. 1886. niM/ELLANEOt'S. ~M. BENNETT'S SUCCESS IN CUBING DISEASES, WE must in truth, say, has been most re markable. Ilia kind and honcßt dealiugs with his patients la especially to be com mended. We take pleasure lv recommend ing him aa a gen'leman and physician. DB. BENNETT has beeu investigating tbe na ture of diseases, both general and private, for over thirty yeara, and adopting tho best methods of cure. And to day he has v > equal west of Chicago. So, ladles aud gentlemen, ttlve him an early call, and you will not be disappointed. S. R. HEAL. Oltlcc—3oJ4 8. Spring gt., Los Angeles, Cal. JyS-tf. H tNKIMi HIII SKS. Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, MASS. CAPITAL ... 8100,000 rnVMBLVM ... 400,000 Accounts of Banks, Bankers and Corpora tions solicited. Our fac.lilies for COLLECTIONS are ex cellent and we rc-dlscouul for Banks when balances warrant it. Boston la a Reserve City, and balances with us from Banks (not located iv other Reserve Cities) count as a r-serve. We draw our own Exchange on Loudon and the C uiti cut, aud rr.tike Cable Trans fers and l lice money by telegraph through out the Unl ed States and Canada. Government bond* bought and sold, aud Exchanges In Washington made for Banks without extra charge. We have a market ior prime flrat-c.ass In vestment Securities, aud iuvlte proposals from States, Counties and Cities wheu Issu ing bonds. We do a scneral Biuking business, and invite correspondence. ASA P. POTTER, Pres'dent. JOS. W. WORK. Cashier. Ja29wAsa-tf FirsT National Bank OF LOS ANGELES. Capital Stock »100,000 Surplus 1195,000 E. F. Sfence, President J. M. Elliott, Cashier dibf.ctcrs: J. D. Bicknell, J F. Crank, H. Mabtiry, Wm. Lacy, E. F. Spence. stockholders: Est. of A. II Wilcox, James McCoy, O. 8. Witberby, F. Q. Story, ~ F. Crauk, A. L. Laukershim Mrs. J. E. Mollcnbeck, Wm Lacy, H. Mabury, 8 H. Mott, L. H Carlton, E F". Spence, J. D. Bicknell, J. M. Elliott. ~LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK, Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal. Capital Stock Plti.i I p. SIOO.OOO. Itescrve Eund, W10O,<)00. JOHN X, PLATE li President. R S. BAKER Vice-President. GEO. 11. STEWART Cashier. DIRECTORS. H. L. MacNeil, lotham Bixby, John E. Plater, KobbktS. BAKIB, John A. Paxton, Geo W. Prescott, R. M Widney. MP»B0"r and Sell ExchaxSl: On San Franc sco. New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort, aCTP**BPY Exchanges on all parts of the United States aud Europe. b"*T-Keceive Money on open account and certideste ol deposit, aud do a general banking and exchauge business. FARMERS' and MERCHANTS'BANK OF LOS ANGELES. Established in 180S Paid Up Capital *>200,000. Surplus and ReserveFuud..a>aOt>,ooo. Total «700,000. Isaiai W. Hellman Pr sident L. C. Goodwin Vine-President John Milneb Secretary BOARD OF IjIRECTORS. I«ains W. Ilellman, I John S. Griffin O W Childa, C E. Thorn, Phil. Gamier, I J. B. Laukershim C. Ducommun, I Jose Mascarel. Exchange for sale nn New York, Loudon, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris aud Ber lin. Receive depo.its and issue their cer tificates. Buy nud sell Gjveruments, State. County aud City Bonds. ' Southern California National Bank, Nadeau lilock. JOHN I. BBDIOK President ';• N- BREED Vice-President WM. F. BOSBYSIIELL Cashier Paid in Capita i SIOO.OOO. Authorized Capital .8500,000. Directors-!.. N. Dreed, H. T. Newell, H. A. Barclay, Charles E Day, Alexander Pen ney, D. M. Graham, E C. BosbysheU, M Hagan, Frank Kadcr, William F. Bosbvshell. John I. Redick hjjtt Los 4MBIBB savings Mi 131 MOPITM MAIM ST. CAPITAL, •_■ -_ , $300,000 PRESIDENT L. C. GOODWIN SECRETARY. J. V. WACHTEL Hoard or Directors: ISAIAS W. n»t',»AN JOBS E. PLATES Root. S. Basbb, Johh A. Paxtob, L. 0 Oooawiß. Term Demwlta will t>... received In trams of on hundred dollara and over. Ordinary Deposits In sums of ten dollars and ovor. Money to loin on flnr-claes Real Estate. Loa Augelea. July 1,1831' Lgs Angeles National Mi NO. 6t NORTH MAIN STREET, Los Ai <f>>m. Cal. Surplus n£O,OUO, Capital & 308,000 DIRECTORS : Dr. W O. OfKUSAH. H. n. MAr.K.mu'' Pzrbt M. Oaaatt, Jonn Bbtsom, Sa Dr. H. Bms**auoh, F. C. Howus. Oso. H. Bonsbbasb. KB Exchange for ■2a on all the principal cities 3 the Uuited State and Europe. mh& 3*o. H BOSBSEAKS, JOBB bBTSOK, SB Prea'l Vlaa-Presl r. P. Trnwua. TRBhlee DR. SCHILLING'S HEALTH jfW&p**f^i CORSET, caution—Do \y, \\ V\ not let others lead MM ■ \ '.\ \ you into buying ffm >\\\\ V V.VvV worthless I ml:*. /Ml. 1j t \ VVSI w "»'■* s pit ijr" I:Lwg j// il \hVmm Elastic; sj :; , fIIIN Ljßgff /'I X ■ VII Ijf perfectly aatislactory. For sale by jobbing and retail Dry <lra,.H dealers tviH-rnllv, or If not obtuinahie.wi;] ti ;iU il.-.I po-tagoj.ald. Health. Php-iuhvinu, if.l 15; Enolish Sattkfnt, HI 50: Nt-KsiNo, CI 60; Abdom inal. $2; Misses'. 85c. S. L. LESZYNSKY & 00. Solo Agents lor Pacific Coast, If am 19 Battery Street, San Fhamcisco. Of IIMREN SPRING VEHICLES. OVER 409,900 lit USE. j Easiest riding vehicle made. Rides as : tasy with one person as two. The springs engtben and shorten according to the veight they carry. Equally well adapted o rough oountry roads and fine drives of titles. Manufactured and sold by all lead- t ig carriage builders and dealers. feblO 3m | c ItIEDICAI.. Santa-Abie, Plraatna; to the Palate and Ueatta to a Cough. Calico, Cal.—l have had the Catarrh for Aye yeara and could hardly talk plain; 1 could uot breath'■ t -rout'i my nostrils. Your California C'K-.'.re lm, ••"eared onl my head and I nnn '.*iis plainer . c-an I have for the past Aye yeara. Your ia. Mcine Is all It i.- represented, an r.bsolu.. euro for Catarrh and "old <n tbn heal. Yours tru.y, Cll .I.LKaC. U VKKBHI.NKB. C tt—Your medicines are sell ing better than auy other s'le.f goods, and give satlsfac ion to all purchasers. The Cat-R Cure ia praised very highly by all who have tried It, ar.d many cases nave beeu greatly benefited by Its urc when all other remedies tried have proved of no benefit. Yours truly, i\ su a Uwmis, FoLSOU.CaI —I used Iluttc-Tl tie in chronic rheumatism with great benefit. lend a supply to J. \V. Haines, ftenoe, Ncv., and oblige yours truly, F. ft, DUKAKT, MD. AIIIK. is only told in largo bottles st ?l: three lor $2 60 Sold by ail wholesale and ret.il druggist". mEDICAL. Parties Wishing Something Fine in the Carriage or Buggy Line WILL FIND TIIE MOST ELABORATE DISPLAY OK VEHICLES E"ER RXRIBITED IN CALIFORNIA, KQT EXCEPTING THE immense repositories of Snn Francisro. We have vow on hand >i lull line ol OPEN ASH TOP BUGGIES consisting, of all the LATEST STYLES,' from a SOO-pound top bugg* dc.-n to v 100 buggy lint weighs only 180 pounds. We have also MINI AT CUE OR PONY PH.ETONS, TWO-SEATED CARRIAGES AND PONY UAttlS. RUSSIAN CANOPY BURRIES, EXTENSION-TOP MIKADO SURRIES, SAXONY CANOPY CARRIAGES, and these goo is are tbe very latest styles and are strictly A GRADE in every respect aud are built by the celebrated firm ol E. A. B.IBCOCK A Co., OF AMESBCRY. MASS. We new occupy both ihe Old Armory Ball and large store underneath. J. F. Davis & Son Carriage Repository, 101.103 mourn i.os ANOBLIt. street, cohinf.ii eos amuki.es aud itt.oirw streets (123 6m So-Th uawni PACIFIC WAGON COMPANY! Double and^Single^ Harness' J. Tt. McIVEAtSTTB, Mannger, 25 Aliso Street. KEAI, ESTATE. ALL NEW! I HANDLE MY OWN PROPERTY AND NOW OFFER THE FOLLOWING : Wl5O Per Acre— lV.? acre* on tts- Irlcli Farm mnior road. This tract exec Is in ill nu ll 11 ice iil vii iik, and at tlie same tint" Is easily accessi ble and will cut up with out waitp. 8800 Per Acre—SO acre* on Ver mont avenue, extending from sixth to Mnth streets; city water; mr line pro vided for- This will bear investigation. SI 500— six lots 1 n a body* run Hint through from '«bird to Ituber street; good for ho tel, boarding - house, fac tory, etc. SIOOO One 10l 70X12H feet,fenced, Just beynnd Helmont Ho tel. This unusually large lot is unsurpassed lv views and nosii ion • 10,000—380 acres of unimproved foothill land; the frostless belt; carrying with It two water rights. This prop erty was purchased cheap, and will be sold cheap. 93500—Desirable house of seven rooms; good barn, large, sightly and valuable lot on I'ccan View avenue. C. M. WELLS, Room 1, Law Block, Temple Street. 118-im HE NT I STS. 1882—ESTABLISHED—1882, Tj. w.^vvells, DENTAL ROOMS NO. 23 SOUTH SPRING street, Roeder Block. Teeth extracted without pain. Special attention paid to ailing teeth. Dll Drs. C. it Frank Stevens, Thebes sot of teeth IS, on Celluloli! 'ot Rubber. Painless extraction of Teeth bj Nitrons Oxide Gas or Vitalised Air. Flue Sold Fillings a specialty. All operations a; Eastern prices aud guaranteed Hoemi 18 und IB Schumacher Block, op eus'toP 0. Open Sun iayst ram 3to 12.. mv6tf LOST POWER lowever Induced, not only relieved bin PERMANENTLY CURED without mcdl Hue. IT costs NOTE*! NO to send or partiCTlars, which we will forward free v sealed envelope on application. Don'l i nlss this opportunity. AdSre««, 1 It. E. A. CO 1287 Broadway, t mvJ New York Oltv. ( A NASAL INJECTOR free with every I inttle of Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 < ents. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Lot Angeles. S C. U. UILMOKE. BBAMOM FORBES. C. G. GILMORE & CO., BROKERS For the Sale of Business Opportunities AND ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. Parties washing to buy or sell ft business that will bear a thorough investigation, are re-quested to call upon us,as we have special fi>cili,ie« for such transactions. To the pur chase and salo of all kinds of personal property we give our close attention. A list f choice barirains always on hand. Weal«o do a general Broker-go Business. All busi uess intrusted to us will be transacted with promptuess and dispatch. C. G. (-ILMORE A CO., .19 North Spring street, L is Angeles. 9, over People's Store. fl7-lm DucdeMontebello Champagne | FINE IMPORTED CHAMPAGNE, FOR- j MERLY THE PROPERTY OF HIS ROYAL j HIGHNESS THE "DUC D'AUitALE" AND THE PRINCE j D'ORLEANS, OF THE I ROYAL FAMILY OF FRANCE. WEYSE BROS.-TELEPHONE 11 aud 336. SOLD BY THE CASE OR THE BOTTLE d'J5 lm CALIFORNIA THE LEADING 39^ortl^^ Telephone 409. HAS THE BEST SELECTED BILL OF FARE of either Hot or Cold Eatables of any imnse fn tho city. OYSTERS in any style. Prompt attention; prices reasonable fMT"Oi'EN ALL GUS SCHADE. fe27-lm Proprietor. HAS NOW FOR SALE AT PATALIJiM V, CtL. a splendid lot of Norman Horses just imported from France; tho best lot ever broinrlit to tho coast Intending purchasers u-ill . ive motiev by callinp ot> or addressing 1 H. WTLSEY. or JAB. A. PERRY, Proprietor, Petaluma, Cal. Send for catalogue. 26-dAw'm I T N. GREGORY, SOLE AGT., CORNER ■I. First and Maiu streets. The trade sup Plied. jal fim THE KEY. GEO. H. THAYER, oi tour ion, Ind .says: "Both myself and wife own « mr lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION 1 lullK." C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Loa An- t teles. j CALIFORNIA CAT-k CURE. Tbe Oily Onarautccd <••«•<• for Catrt-rh, Cold* In the 1 cud. Hay Fey. r, Kosp in .i, Catarrhal Desf nes« aud S'>r« Eyes. Xt motet tbn sense ol taste and i 01*11, r- th ,s i,. .< • n g and un pleasant iro> to, m-ii;- Irnm C>t«trh. Busy aiidpleas'iiu lo v ,-. Fo low <ilri-Ptians~BM a cure la werrao'i d, s >nd ior on- ular to ABISIINX MEDIC AI, CO , „ „ Orovltle.Oal. Six Mombe'Treatment f; by Mall $1.10, SANTA ABIE and CAT-R-CURE! CaT~ *.ild Ny c. ii HaNCIi, ;r iv«, ./ :•, ,-. ii spring strop-.. tbW"U. a. KEVI'U AUK A CO.. "Mi ill Mala IVp.it .„...,., lT Notice ol Foreclosure Sale. JOSTA A. DE CELIS ET AL, PLAlNT tiffs, vs. Geo. K. Porter et ills, defend auis—Suerifl's sale No. 5273—Order of sale aud decree of foreclosure aud sale. Under aud by virtue of au i rder of sale aud de cree of foreclosure aud sale, issued out of | tbe Superior Court of the county of Los An geles, state of California, on tbe 2d day of Karon, A. D. 1887, iv the above eutitled ac- I lion, where Josefa A. de Cells et al the j above named plaintiffs, obtained a Judg ment and decree of foreclosure and san against Geo. K. Porter et al, defendants, on tne H«h day of May, A. D. ISB4, for the sum 'of $1770 12 10j dollars, with interest from May Hi, lbb4, at the rate of 7 per cent per miuum, which said decree was, ou the lBth day oi January, 18b7, rtcorded lv judgment book 7of skid court at page 352 et seg. I am commanded to sell all that certain lot, piece or paictl of laud situate, lying aud being in the county of Los Augeies, State Ol California, aud bounded and described as follows: All the right, titlo mid interest of tho defendant. George K. Porter, which he had ou the 14th cay of June, 1670, or wnich he has since acquired iv aud to the laucho known as the Ex-Mlssiou of San Fernando, situate lv Los Aucelcs county, California, liemg the sumo rancho described lv a certain deed of convevnnce executed byEulOjioF de Celis, administrator of tho estatiiof Eulogiode Cells, deceased, to the duieudaut, Charles Maclay, aud a mortgage executed by the la ter to the former, both da ed Auguet 31, 18S4, described as foPows, to-w;t: Beginning at tho point where the south line of section tweuty uiue (2d), township two (2) north range fourteen (14) west Sau Bernardino meridian, intersects the east boundary Hue of s id rancho; (hence north »° we-t ihre« hundred aud lorty two (342) chaiusto station uuiuber three (3) of flnal survey of said ranouo as made by tbe Gov* erumeut of the United States aud shown by the patent of suid raucho; thence south 81* west ten and fifty-lmuored lis (10 61) 100) chslnt to statiou number four (4) of said survey; thence north SiJi 3 west twenty-one and flity-huudredths (21 60-100) chains to station number (5) of said sur cy; thcuce north west sixty-four (64) chalua to station number six (0) of said survev thence suuth 62</ 2 " west forty-nine 50 100 (49 50-100) chains to statiou number seven (7) of said survey; theuce north 41° west twenty-two tO-lOi (22 60-100) chains to sta tion number eight (8) of suid survey; Iheuce uorth2o° west twelve (12) chains to station number uiue (9) of said survey; thence north three (3) degrees west fifty-three 5.-100 (53 50-10u) chains to statiou uumber ten (lv) oi said surrey; ihuuce north 60 J east six (6) chain - to sUtion uumber eleven (ll)of said survey; thence not oast ouo huudrcdund fivo (106) chains to st-tinn number twelve (12); tuence north 66° west (80) esghiy chains to station number thirteen (13) of salu. survey ; theuce south 86" west two hundred and seveuty-slx (270) ohlioa to station fourteen (14) ol said survey; thence north MA" west one hundred and thirty-two (IS2) chains to statiou numucr fifteen (16) of said survey; Theuce south 47Ji" w.st, twenty (20) chains to the point wheie the said last liuu of the bouudtiry of said raucho intersects the east erly line of the lauds of the right of way of the Southern Pacitlo Katlroad Compauy through said raucho. Thence following said easterly Hue ofsaid Ngl.t of way until the sa 'a Intersects the eoum line of section twenty-nine (2'J), township three (3) norih, rauge fifteen (16) west, Sau Beruardiuu merloTun. Theuce south on the section line throe C) miles to sectiou oorner 10-11 14 -15, township two (!) north, range fifteen (16) »est, San Beruaidino meridian. Theuce westone mile to sectiou corner 9-10-10 15, township two (J) north, rauge fifteen (15) wet, san Beruardiuu meridian. Theuee fcouth three (8) miles to lection corner 28-.7 -113 34. Thence east on the section line four (4) tulles aud tixty(OO) chaiusto the place oi beginning, coutsining sixtee'u thousand aud Aye hundred (lo.CtiO) acres, a little moro or loss, excluding therefrom the right of way of the Southern Pacific Railroad Compauy through s.iid tract, the same being a portion Df tbe lauds di scribed lv the mortgage fore sloted in this section. Public uo:ici) is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 29th day oi Maroh, A. D i>-87, it 12 o'cu ck v. ol tna . day, iv front of tho Ijourthouse door of the Couniy of f.os An te, es, en Spring street, I will, iv obedlonce o said order of sale and decree ot fore closure and sale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be iccestary to intisfv suid judgment, with merest aud costs, etc., to tue highest aud lest bidder. Dated this 4th day of March, 1887. JAMES C. KtYS, Sheriff of Loa Auge ies Couuty. I(Ev7h~B. EWELL, of Pavilion, N. V., ays of Gilraore's Aromatic Wine: "I be leve It to be the a most desirable remedy to ie placed In every family." C. F. HEINZE IAN, Agent, Los Angeles.