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DAILY HERALD. rUBUSHBD UnR Days a Week, Inclcdins Mondays. JOSEPH D. LYNCH. JAMS* J. AY EBB. ATX US A LYNCH. - - - Pvblishers. DELIVERED BY CARRIERS AT TWENTY CENTB PER WEEK, or EIGHTY OENTB PER MONTH. Terms by mall, Including postage: Dsn.T Herald, one year. ** 00 »aii.t Herald, .ix months jro Duly Herald, three months * ■» Weekly Hfrald. one year. (" Weekly Herald. »<x months. l w Weekly Herald, three months 80 Local Correspondence from adjacent towns, especially solicited. Job Pbintino Department Owing to on neatly increased facilities, we are pre pared to execute all kinds of joh work in a ■aperfor msnner. Special attention will fee given to commercial and legal printing, and aU orders will be promptly filled at saoderate rates. t ' „ Remittances should be msde by draft, ■hack, Postofflce order or postal note. The latter should be sent for all sums less than ■re dollars. Offlce ot publication, 76 North Spring gtreet, Los Angelea. Telephone Ho. 166. "The Illustrated Herald." ThU publ'cation, by Jar the moat superior ■ umber yet Issued, is on the press, and will fee reedy for delivery sbout the Bth of this saooth - The Atchison's Line of Survey. The surveyors of the Atchison, To peka and Santa Fe Railroad Com pany, after running in several di njctions have finally set their grade stakes on an almost true bee line from Orange to Los Angeles, at the lower end of First street, where the main depot will be. This survey ha-t been carefully made and a note of all land-owners kept, together with the area the road will take from each tract. The engineers say this route offers as fine a natural grade as could be wished for. It also passes through the richest of the Los Nietos section, being a part of the same belt em braced by the prolific walnut orchard of Mr. Burke, and the peach and apple orchards of Mr. Stewart and others. •This road will place little homes of wines and orchards within reach of persons of limited means; and they will be as accessible as are those now on the street car lines, as tbe running time from the city to the new San Gabriel river will probably not be over twenty minutes. The purest of water can be obtained in that section from fifteen-foot wells, and an inex haustible supply for windmills at •. thirty feet. This last Eurvey passes about half a mile east of Norwalk, through the Woodhead place, slicing the Loveall and Hamilton farms lengthwise, and crossing the New River at the southwest corner of the Tiffany plate. This is a desiiable point to bridge the river, as high water cm scarcely damage the trestle because the stream has a straight ■weep. To cross the river above the new county bridge would necessitate a trestle diagonally across and down the river, and a long cut on the op posite side of the stream. This would give a flood full career, and be apt to take away any bridge that could be placed there. The place of crossing selected is below the large bend where the floods exhaust their force and pass on quietly in a direct line. After leaving the river the line passes through Mr. Fay's place, going across to tbe old river about a mile and a quarter above [Downey, and crosses the rive r* t opposite the Lugo ranch, and runs directly through the Gage farm ; thence across the Laguna, direct to the lower line of Boyle Heights. We cannot shut our eyes to the fact that small-pox is making greater headway in Los Angeles than it ought to have done under the circumstances. Six days ago the few cases that ex isted were known and located. The Health Officer was presumed to have tho roughly investigated all the facts con nected with them, and to have taken every precaution to preventthe spread oi the disease. m But the cases have steadily increased in number until it would appear that the visita tion is about to become epidemic. There is certainly blame somewhere for this extraordinary turn the afflic tion has been permitted to take. The authorities have either been lax in taking all the precautions the nature of the danger demanded, or they have committed the error of under-estimat ing it. In either case tbey have com mitted a grievous mistake. It is useless now to dally with this visita tion. If the city authoiities wish to prevent it from becoming epidemic thiy must at once infuse energy into the tight against it. The first thing to do is to improve the small-pox hospital und its accommodations so tbat all wbo are stricken may receive the best of attention and have the maximum chance of recovery. If this is done at one?, it will take away all excasj of parties tainted to enter ing it as soon as tlie disease develops in them. The next thing to do is to at once adopt and enforce all public sanitary measures which the exi genciesof our condition dictate. The cleanliness of the city should be looked to; the streets and gutters should be carefully cleaned and ull , vegetable and decaying matter in every place be carried away. The j backyards should be visited by inspectors, and impurities removed. ] Kspei'ial attention should be paid to tbe sewers, and wherever it is possi- 1 ble they should be flushed. No time ) should be lost by the authorities in removing from the city everything that is calculated to generate or to mute disease. In addition to the ( thorough cleaning of the streets, tbe • ■ewers and the backyards, tbe authorities should provide facilities LOS ANGELES DAILY-HERALD. MAIU II 8.1887. ventive, and the more thoroughly this protection is extended to all classes of people, the sooner will our city be relieved from the disease. Physicians should be detailed to attend to the school children, and if it be thought best the schools should be tempora rily closed. There is an intimation from the State Board of Health to the effect that our city may be quaran tined. But the disease has not gone so far that such a decree would be justifiable. All that is required now to restore confidence ,and to throttle the visitation is for the city authori ties to act with energy and prompti tude. We are glad to learn from Mr. Chas. K. Shinn, tlie manager and editor of the Overland Monthly, that this popular Magazine is about to take a new departure, and devote itself more extensively than it has done heretofore to the literary pre sentation of the great and growiDg interests of Southern California. Mr. Shinn's idea—and it is the correct one —is to make his magazine sought after not alone for its literary expres sion of the best thought of central California, but for its catholic em bracement of all that is worthy of a place in literature in the whole State. With this object in view, he has established a branch agency here, and has enlisted the aid of the best writers in Southern Calfornia to give his magazine the intellectual impress of our section of the State. We learn that a magazine treatment of the Ballona harbor project will appear in the April number; and the suggestive subject of land colonies and their his tory will form the theme of a series of papers to appear presently. Mr. Shinn has entered a field of work which will greatly add to the interest and the exchequer of his magazine. BOARD OF TRADE. It is Decided to Erect a Building Immediately' A joint meeting of the Board of Trade and the Produce Kxchange was held last night, E. L. Stern in the chair, at the rooms of the Board of Trade, in the Baker Block. Chairman Stern announced the purpose of the meeting to be to deoide upon the advisability of erecting a suita ble building in tho center of town, in which the two bodies could meet. Some time ago Committees had been appointed by both organizations ior tbe purpose ot considering conjointly the proposition. Those Committees had met and had re ported back to both bodies in favor of the proposition. It had then been dectdtd to caII a joint meeting of all the membera of both organizations. Mr. Stern be lieved that ihe matter was one of great importance and ol sufficient interest to induce both bodies to go outside of their regular bnsiness. The time bad conv. wheu they should have a building large enough to accommodate their busintss; when aome steps should be taken to beautify ths city. It seemed strauge that there was so little public spirit man ifes ed by the citizens who had invited people hero to see what? Nothing but vacant corner lots. The first question to be considered was whether tbey should buy a lot and erect a building thereon which would pay for itself in reutals. lOR BENT— MIUELLArVEOIS. JH RENT—HOTEL AT CUCAMONGA on very reasonable terms. Address or apply to Cucamonga Land Co , room 3, Dow ney Block s*y mo LftT—BASEMEN 1' AT NO. 30 . NoK I H _l Main St. luquire at S. 1". K. li. oflice, Out. Commercial and Main St. H7tf TO LEI—THE HALL NO-V BEING VA cated by the Masonic Order, situated at No. 25 North Main St. (McDonald Block). Secret societies aud other organizations can now have an opportunity to secure oue of the finest balls ia Ihe city for their meet ings. Apply at No 25 North M.ln St., third floor, room 38. W.F. SI'ORY f!7 lm oTet—LARGE SALE YARD, CORRAL and stables, in the heart ol the city. In , quire of JOHN C. BELL, No. 17 Temple . Block. MB . FOR REN I —AT FROM «3 TO HO PER year; sale deposit boxes in absolutely 1 fire snl burglar proof chrome steel vault. ; Inspection invited. THE CHILDRESS SAFE DEPOSIT BANK, 37 South Spriug st. feb!2lm ANIEU— TO IRADE A LOT FOR TIIE plastering of a 14-room house: will alto trade a lot lor the painting of tbe house. A 20 acre lot of laud at a bargain for a few days only; just ouuide of the city. STORY ii BLANCHARD, 113 W First street. OKI WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. WTNTE"D~COLLXrE RXL~TO~ LOAN money on, at Union Loan Omce, No. 8 North Main street. ml-lm WANTED— TO BUY SMALL UOUSE AND lot. J. C , this office. m 8 3t W ANTED TO BUY ON EASY INSTALL men's—Small house aud lot, near street car. Address box 1323. m5-7t_ ANTED—A SECOND HAN v BP RlNK ling cart. Address or apply to Cuca monga Fruit Land Co., room 3, Downey Block. mot! H; ANTED— fUPIL-i FOR PIANO, ORGAN and voice taught in tbe most thorough manner. Terms, $5 per mouth. Beginners, iv classes of two or three, $3 per nionth. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. For particulars call at 140 Wall street. fiStf A FINE UP right piano for desirable residence lo s. Callju 413 South Olive street. f27if WANTED-ONE TO 10J uOZEN PIG" eons; 82 per dozen paid. JOHN W. ' GRIFFIN, Agricultural Park, 121-tf. tl 'AN lEli-sI.OUO, *:l,f«!lj AND *..,«.4> DM TV different Improved property at once: state lowest rate of interest. "BORROW ER," P. O. Box 1191, Lns Angeles, Cal. ju e.-tf WANTED-lIEXE 1 . WANTED— A LADY "to"Si Vl£ INSTM C Hons on sewing macnlnes. Call be-' tweeu 8 and II a. xi.nt 59 North SpriugStreet. Plßtf AGENTS WAN lEn to SELL MY NEW Illustrated book and pictorial family billies. For terms call ou or address. F. A. HUTCHINSON, 39 North Spiiug street, room 13. most WAS I ED—A FRferdsYhcSlNG 1(11 NG lady as planoist aud vocalist for a saloon lv New Mexico. Sulnry 5150 per month. Address P, O. Box 1417, city. m 5 4t WANTED— FIRST CLASS MALE - AND female help constantly at 35 South Spring street. Telephone 501. m4-lm SITUATIONS WAJtITW. WANTED-SITUATION, BY PRACTICAL .»» workman of over thirty-five vears'ex" perlence atenglne and boiler building and' repairing, employment at moving or repair ing machinery or at engineering, good ref ereuces given. Inquire for or address MA CHINIST, at 8. M. Perry's, 110 South Main. m(l-3t. ipKMALE COOKS, WAITERS. CHAMBER maids, nurses, seamstress, Ac, Ac, furnished on short notice by Mmc Smith, No. 7 North Maiu street. 124-1 m PERSONAL. PERSONA L—AMERICAN WATCHEB sold cheap at Union Loan Oflice, 8 North Main street m4-lm PERSONAL— THE SOUTHERN CALIFOR nia Detective Association; experienced men ;buslnesB attended to promptly. Addresa Lock Box 639, Loa Angeles, Csl. m7Bi. TBE SISTERS OF CHARITY ARE DE slrous to ascertain the whereabouts of the parents of Sarah Seaman, who haa been au inmate of their asy urn during a year. m5-10t IPERSONAL—1 PERSONAL— GO TO THE UNION LOAN Oflice lor bargaina in Jewelry, 3 North Man street. ml-lm ax worth Free, superb develop **>U ment of lorm and limbs, a pure, lovely complexion, sparkling eyes and porfect health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air pumps. Book on "Physical Culture" free. DR. L. C. HARMON, 813 Haight street, Sen Francisco, Cal. n025 ly MRS. PARKER, INDEPENDENT SLATE writer; also teat medium—Gives full names of spirit friends. Censultatlnns on busiuess, speculations, mineral lawsuits, removals, love, marriage, absent friends, etc. 28 South Spring street, rooms, Hours 9 a.m. to 6 V. n~. teb24 Imo C tUT RATH TUJKJCT OFFJAJR U«D«.R bi. ; Charles Hotel. K. R. Tickets bough! sold and exchauged. Membera of the Amer ican Ticket Brokers' Association. R J. PRYKE & CO., 212 North Main street. raStf BIEETIIMWS. >-_ s =.MABONIC NOTICE — A BPECIA L meeting of Signet Chapter No. 57, Royal Area Masons, will be held in New Masonlo Hall, corner Spring snd First streets, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, March Bth, for work In Fourth Degree. Visiting companions lv good standing are fraternally invited to be with us . By order of the H. P. I It aVT. MULLARD, Storetary. ' Upon request extracts from the daily papers recommending tbe erection of a building were read by tbe Secretary. S. B. Lewis, chairman of the commit tee of the Board of Trade, said he bad spent considerable time looking up the matter and had coma to the conclusion that a building should be erected on a prominent corner, so that the rooms could be rented at good prices. Bonds for building could be issued and in a few years the rents of the building would pay them off and leave it the sole prop erty of the two bodies. A means would have to be fouud to raise funds for building, but tbat could be done by means of bonds payable in ten or twenty yeara. A motion to approve aud adopt the recommendation of the committees ad vising the erection of a building waa unanimously envied. After considerable discussion as to the best plan of proceeding it was finally de cided to leave the matter iv the bauds of a Joint committee to report on next Monday evening. The committee ap pointed was as follows: Messrs. S. ii. Lewis, K. Germain, W. J. Broderick, F. Lambourn, J. B. Threlkeld and M. D. Jobuson, with the Presidents of both Boards, ex i fficio members. Several plans were proposed for organ ization and the issuance of bonds, but the committee will take legal advice and report next Monday night. It seemed to be the impression that the cost of the building and ground would amount to about $'200,000,_but this matter will be decided later. Board of Supervisors. ! Los Axueles, March 7, 18S7. The full Board and tbe Clerk met at 10 A. St., pursuent to adjournment. The petition of Dreh«r and Thomas for a street-railroad at Pomona, was al i lowed withdrawn and their Irauchise . abandoned. a A warrant for $36 was ordered drawn to pay for the services of D. Allen us laundryman at tbe Connty Hospital. The reports of County and Township officers and Road Ovtrseers, were read aud'ordered tiled. A communication from J. R. Paul, re ferring to tbe burying of indigent dead at Santa Ana, was referred to Supervisor Ross. On motion of Supervisor Macy, Super visors are authorized to take all necessary precautions to suppress noxious or con tagiosa diseases that may be detected in their Districta, by appointing health of ficers, or by quarantining localities where diseaaes exiat. The Chairman of the Board was au thorized to sign the petition to the Cily Council, praying for the grading of New High street, from Temple to Franklin street. G. W. Town»end waa appointed Road Overseer of Vernon District, and H. F. Gardiner of Orange District. A petition for the construction of a bridge across the Santa Aua river at Vorba, was received. All streets and alleys in tbe town of Norwalk, were declared public highways. The hearing in the matter of abandon- ' in * Persth street, outside of the western city limits, was sot for March 14th, at 1:30 P. M. Adjourned until Maroh Mb, at 11 a. h. Marriage License. The following persons were yesterday licensed to wed: VV. L. Ball to M. K. Tibbs. D. W. Head to L. Hawkins. Free Vaccination. The Health Officer haa opened a room at ; MX South Spring ttreet for free vaccina- j BAirUAINM IN REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-AT AZUSA, 10 ACRES IN 3-year-old bearing fruit trees and vinos atlSOO: also4oacres nicely improved, house, etc., atllUOO; alio 179 acres, all improved, superior land, at 817,900; also at Duarte 24 acre« with house, barn, etc.; 1000 choice, budded orango trees. In bc*rlug; 500 as soted bearing fiult trees, grapes, allalia. etc., anil 20 shares water stock at 110.000; also 22 acres wiih hou-e, baru, etc., 8 acres lv fruit. 6 In alfalfa aud 2s shares water stock, at 85001). W. D. ROOT, II Tcmile street. n>B-6t U>OR SALE OR EXCHANGE—HOUSE OF r 7 room«, good bum, ttc, including 101 acres OI laud, highly improved: oranges, lemons, pear<, apricots, grapes, etc., all In beaiiug; situsted between Eighth aud Wash ington, west side ol Alnmodast : price, 110, 600. For further particulars Inquire at 81 South Miill s t . JOHN MEADE. f'27-lin jfSITV ANTi COUNIUI I'l.Ol'EKli FOR \j sale. Special Bargains: Fitzgerald Tract, just subdivided, making 64 beautiful bnildlug lots, ou Ninth-street car line, from f'.OJt I 81100; easy terms. Lot 75 feet front west side Pearl street, near Twelfth itrcet. 100 feet ou East Fourth street, with house of five rooms, with all modern conven iences. PARCELS, AGUIRBE d: CO.. f26tt 12 court st., i pposlte OQUrthoate, F" H)R SALE —BY BUDDY, BURNS A Smith, eight acres, finely improved, three fourths mile west of city limits, in the Cuhuenga district; 87600. Ten acres southwest of Agricultural Park; 81",000. Seventy-five acres of oil land near New hall'; $750. Oue-half a-re on Adams street, finely lm •proved, with live-room house: »3300. TMrtj a"res ou temple street, just out side of the city limits; * 00 per acre. Twenty acres on Alameda, all In full bearing orange orchard aud vineyard: 130 000. A fine oriuge orchard of twenty-four acres on Lemon stre.t: . ; IOCO per acre. Several flue lots iv the Bonnie Krae tract. Lands In Antelope valley at 86 to $10 per acre. Building lots in all parts of the city at prices to .suit all. Residences lv all parts ot the city. The most of the property ou our books can be had on essy terms. The above is selected from a very large list of property which we have ou our books | for sac. Reasonable terms can be hail ou : most of our property. fet'23tf "liok sale-a I'TNiTlol' in ill* boh I&ir iJ} fellu Orchard tract. i Seven good lots on the Second street cable j road, near the park. Also the best block of cheap lots in the I city. W. H. TUT HILL, | feblOtf 52 N. Spriug street. IfOR SALE IN TRACTS TOSl'li'7lso FEB acre; It; miles Irom Lns Auce es, near ocean. WALTERS it TCBBS, Pico House. In arms abu - rovvN iajiS—farms of ! nil sizes, from five to sixteen hundred I acres of land for sale; one of 800 acres a spc i clal bareein; also town lots in the Irou Sol ! phur Springs Tract. New life in and near : thia family resort, incident o Ihe coming of I the railroads. The best of natural miueral 'waters aud baths. 0. T. WIDNEY it CO., ! Fulton Wells P. O. CaU no2l-tf !/IHEAP HOME FOR SALE-*I4OO-SIX \\j acres, very fine land.iv healthy and desirable location, with 1! j story house of 5 good sized rooms, brick cellar and chlm ueya, large stable with six stalls and stor age room for ten tons of hay, good well and pump aud the entire place surrounded with fei cc. Price only 11*00, Apply to R. VERCII. Room SO, Temple Block. f-22 BUSINESS CHANCES. WI tXEXCHANGE INTEREST IN LARGE tract ior residence property or lots. Address or inquire at MCCARTHY'S Land Offlce. ms-r.t WAN TED—MAN At)*H FOB A ilANl' facturlug company: previous experi ence not necessary; good opening iv Lis Angeles. Will be requited to invest SlOfO or Sl5OO. Address, MANUFACTURING, P O. box 1034, LnsAinreles. m»6t n Est auk ant fur sale cheap—oo XV lug a good busiuess; good location, and chesp rent. Owner going east. 'Can be bought at your own price if taken this 1 week. Address J., this ortiee. ms-it. IyUK "iiISNT— turn V ACRES Ur IUK JT best available land; entitled to lull ir rigation; lent at low figures: the land is sit uated about five miles from the city. Ad dress, by letter, to postofflce box No. 139. m' 2 tf UTINtSS OIIANCn—TARTUtti IM.NI - ed by a real estate fl m. Good office | and location. 212 Notth Main street, city. ml-tf I A\'ANTED-A MANAGER FOR WINE Tt mauufACtory, to take full charge; mutt be able to invest *3009 to Sf.lfOOif satisfied with the business. Address MANUFAC TURING COMPANY, P. 0, box 11D4, Los An geles, Cal. feb l'tf PA RTNER WANTS >, TO JOIN TIIK AD vertiser, with a few hundred or a thous and dollars, in a flrst-clnss paying busiuess; fullest investigation solicited and referen ces given; no previous experience necessa ry, Address MERCHANT, P. O Box 1184, Los Angeles, Cal. febl7-3mos PARTNERSHIP WANTED—A GENTLE man of experience, with 11000 to 81500 at command, wishes to join in partnership with a paying conferu, where his time and money can be utilized. Address BONA FIDE, care room 3, No. 28 N, Sprlug street Loa Angeles, Cal. feb!7-3mos IjlOR SALE-ONE OF THE OLDEST AND 1 best established hotels in this city,with a long lease. It has au established reputa tion ior respectability, aud is doing a large j and remunerative business. Principals ouly treated with Address feb'Otf J M. ROHILL, I. O. Box 123S ITIISIJELLANEOCS. VTOTICE —THE HIGHEST PRICK PAID a for old gold and sliver at Union loan office. 3 North Main street. ml-lm VJOITCK TO PEOPLE RE UO VINO FROM It thecity—Highest cash price paid fur all kinds of furniture, pianos, organs. All communications strictly confidential. Ap ply MERCHANT, 222 Dowuey aveuue. _ met! VTICE WASHING WILL BE~DONE UJ?"BY .1 k woman, for restaurant, lodging, or private houses. Call East First Street, 509. m3-7t W. It Cox. " W. E. COX." COX it SON—DEALERS IN WO D, COaI,, Hay, Grain and Feed of nil kinds, 707 Olive street, near corner of Eighth. Orders promptly delivered to all parts of city. Telephone 678. f!9-tf VIOUUE TU GRADERS—BIDS wild. hK il received at my oflice until March 25. at at 4 p. M , for tho removal of 100.000 cubic yards of earth from tho west side of New High itreet, from the Johnston Mansion to the Kimball Miuslon, Inclusive. About 25,000 cubic yards to lie delivered on tho Ueaudry Water Works tract, on Alameda street, and the balance to be disposed of by the contractor at he may desire. All earth to be measured by exoavatlon. The amount required ou the Beaudry Water Works tract to be delivered within three mouths from the date of contract, and the full amount to lie removed withiu nine mouths from date of contract. Right re served to reject auy or all bids P. BEAUDRY, m2-td 201 New High St., (upstairs). FOR RENT —ROOitlN. JTHJR.NTSIIED ROOMS-JAS. F. GILIU.N, ? late storekeeper at the Nadeau aud for twenty years connected with the Burnett House at Cincinnati and the Lakeßlde cot tages at Pcwankee Lake, Wis., has opened a house of twenty furnished rooms at 129 aud 181 AU.so street, within five miuutes walk from the postoffice aud depots. Terms moderate au I apartmeuts first-class In every respect. A HANDSOME BUTTE OF ROOMS; ALSO cottage couuectcd with the hotel to lot. GARVANXA PARK HOTEL. mB-3t 9't(\ SOUTH FOHT STREET—if! HELS> «*itVr ua House. Sunny rooms neatly furnished; first clats location. m6tf npO LET-NICELY FURNISHED PARLOR X aud bedroom for two persona. Reut 820 per month; 106 Hope street, uear Temple street. ml. gj FINE BUITE OF ROOMS. WITH BOARD at 506 Fort St., corner Sixth st. m 5 tf FOR RENT— HOUSES. OR RENT-A GOOD SEVEN-ROOM, hard-finished house, partly furnished, three and a half miles from courthouse. Ap ply to ADAMS A SON, room 11. 75 N. Spring Btreet. mltf EDUCATIONAL. .COMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL HOOK \J keening, Penmanship and Arithmetic thoroughly taught r.t rooms 11 and 12, Sohu macher Block L. B. LAWSON, Pnuclpsl. AFARLNI'S MUSICaT STUDIO RE . moved to No. 11 West First street. Rooms 10 and 11. Opera and concert stage a specialty; also, ohurch and oratorio. Full half-hour lessons, oltf MCPHERRON ACADEMY. BOARDING and Day School for Boys. Grand aven ue, between Sixth and Seventh streets. Ex cellent new building. Fall term opened Sep tember 23d. 1888. and is now In sucoeasful progress. For circulars, address MoPHER ROfi BROS., 603 Grand eve., Los Angeles, Oat, au* Pullman Passengers. The following passengers left yester day on the 1:30 train: Mr. Fogg, Mr. Cragin, 8..8 Moore, Mr. Kerckhoff. Mrs. Habbord, Hong Tong, W. A Stow. A. F. Oilman, G. W. Frank, H. T. Payne, H. B. Kesler, A. V. Center, J. X Bolsford. Mrs. Mc- Gilvery, Mra. H. W. Macomb, K. Mills, C. Sayward, S. D. Seamans, Mr. Cueh man, J. C. Slafter, Mrs. J. A. Richard son, C. S. Raymond, C. L. Brackett, J. Tilles, Mr. Frazee, H. P. Merriman, Mrs. A. M. Lane, Mrs. Wilcox, W. L. Reed, S. Mintcrs, The following left on the 7iSO train: C. H. Rhodes, C. 0. Munaou, M. A. Johnson, Mrs. R. H. McDonald, A. G. Kennedy, V. G. Chase, Mr. Fuller, C. A. Reed, Geo. L. Wright, Mr. Watson, G. B. Possoui, Mr. Topleff, Mr. Mc- Ilraith, Thca. Brenuan. The Chinese Maid. Department No. Two of the Superior Court was occupied yesterday afternoon with the case of tho Chinese maiden whom Justice Austin consigned to the care of the Home in Sau Francisco. The Chi nese who claim to be relatives of TBoy are seeking to gain possession of her nn- j der a writ of habeas corpus and to that end had almost all of Chiuatown iv the oourt to testify to their good character and to tbe reputation of their house. As was to be expected they all swore that the house from which the girl was taken was nothing but a lodging-house and that all ot the families living therein were married and nsp-ctable. The ex amination of so many witues«es pre vented the conclusion of the case, which will probably be reached at 10 o'clock this morning. Woodford's Last Lecture. To-night at the First Baptist Church, corner Sixth and Fort streets, Mr, Woodford will deliver a lecture ou "Tests of Ihe Liquor Tiallic." Urmy Homestead Tract. This property is on the line of the Pico street electric roid. Lots arc selling rapidly and will double In value in a short time. I Price tl!» a lot; 525 monthly, no iuterctt. One house free to every seven lots. 11. N. Urmy, 114 West First street, Nadeau Hock. tisod Property and Low Price*. For tbe last teu days I have been offering lots in the Urmy Tract for sale, aud nearly one-half have been taken. These lots are the best and the cheapest ou populer Pico Heights: they will ouly last a short time. H. N. Urmy, 114 West First sweet, Nadeau Block. ' "Wants," "Personals," aud other adver tisements under the following heads in serted at tuo rate of 5 cents per lite for each insertion. BOAKO AND I 01K.1X.. BUNNY ROOMS—AT TIIE AIBLBY HO- D te), Tlilnl street, may lie fouud elegant, sunny rooms, with flrst-oln.ss board. Call sudaxamina. v ASHLKY.f-mp'r, rritim BKLI.iV LI P. IMlkAth, f OKMKKLV Plckit Villa, 489 Pearl street, Loa Ange les, Cal. The finest location In tho oity; take Sixth street cars. "Bellevuo Terrace" consists of three buildings, all couuectcd by front poroh, md contains 140 aa desirable rooms as cau bo fouud In Southern Califor nia. Board and room 82.00 and 62.50 per day. Liberal arrangements made with per sons desiring rooms and board by the month or year. Telephone 518. DANIEL PICKIT, Mra KATIE K. PICKIT. Proprietors a24tf LOST AND FOUND. FOUND— IF YOU NEED MONEY OO TO the Union Lorn Oillco, No. :t North M tin street. mHm_ QTBAYED (Ht STOLEN—FROM 'WAGON P on Second street, 1 mares, 1 hlaok and the other gray. A liberal rcvvurd will be paid for their return to Pony Stables by WM l-.KOWN and C.IIA-) FINCH. ml7t y~6li I—FRUM1 —FRUM SUNS V ~BLi7I'K7~STSTia" Ji br.el, bay mare, both front feet wnite nnd one hind one So brand, rr:iif oIRAYKII Ui- BAY MAKE", io about fourteen hands high, eight years old, bald lac -d and deep sesr on left front foot, both flesh anil boot. Liberal reward paid. W. N. MONROE On Monday night, February 14. 1887. f'2! tf FINANCIAL. LOW RATE OF INTEREST CHARGED at Uuiou L lav Olliee, No. 3 North Main street. ml-lm My axPßtt'f WILL) lbavb t:hoi4sD iT. M ike applications lor largo loans now. A J. VIELE, Boom S3, Schumacher Blocs. _ m 8 3t TXT ANTED—TO BORROW S300; GOOB »> secuiity. State rates. 8.C., this olliee. m£-3t ONEY TO LOAN ONNOTEB.AND BILLS discounted o bought. Address full p»r itoulars in c -ufldcuce to BANKING, P. O. Box lo;U, Los Augeies, CaL fub!7 Snips ijioHTl IWIIiTO LOAN. BORKUWEItS VaSOUTVUv wlllsavo mruey by calling direct ou A.J. VIELE, room 23, Schum idler Block. febH-lm. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE lv am nuts to stilt. BRODTBECK & FENNE\\No. lilN Spring St. febg lm TO LOAN—THREE LaRuE SIMS TO suit the borrowers. Lowratesof inter est. 11. GRIFFIN, room 3. No. 28 North Spring street. Los Augeies, Cal. 123-tl DKNTIKTS. ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 S. SPRING street, rooms 4 aud 6, Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam nud silver fillings, It. Painless Extinction of Teeth by vitalized air or nitrous oxide gas, 81. Teeth extracted without gas or air, 8 .50. Best set" of teeth from $ti to flO, By our met tn ,t of making teeth a misfit is impossi b'e. Special attention palu to repairing 'un ken plates. Oflice hours from Ba. m. to sp. m. Sun days from 10 a. m. to 12 M. d 7 tf ri KNEPPER. DENTIST, SPECIAL AT VJT. tentlon paid to treating aud filling teeth. Gns administered at office or rosi donee. Rooms 5 and 0 Wllsou Block nl'J 3m , Kilt SALE. 110 R SALE—DIAMOND, WATCHES AND 1 Jewelry sold low at Union Loan Office, 8 North Main street. ml-lm SALE—A T" MCCARTHY'S CALI FOR- V via Laud Offlce, 23 West First street, Los Angeles, and Colorado street, Pasadena: Houses, lots, acreage and business proper ties tor speculators. Call. MS lm F'UK SALE— A I.AKlih lIKOVVN MuK-K, size weighs 1300 pounds, 5 years old, quiet to drive single or double. Price, ftili. Inquire at WASHINGTON GARDENS. I" poKS < I.E—GOOD Fl.Kail IIILCH LOWS guaranteed. Inquire at itauchito of JOHNMACCO.NO. miliw O R SAL E-S A L O O N, BOTTLING JD works, re tourant aud lodging house. In a srowlng town near Los Angeles. A fine busiuess chance. Inquire at this oillce. m5-5t FOB SALE-JUST ARRIVED AT NO. IS South Lns Angeles st.. two carloads of fine jroung horses: for sale at low p ices. Inquire 01 KKKTAN & CANNON, Ventura blubles. mo-6t lWk'haLE—A MOiKL, "fUK«IaU*D, 12 Jj >co:ns, bath, water piped all through house, with .stnlile and bars. By LLOYD, YORBA £ CO., 2;W North M,.iu, Baker Block. 126-1f ■LiiN'K HORSE, Si I'DEIIAKKR I'll A ETON JTJ and harness for sale. J. W. GILLETTE, 122 Temple sfeet. fell :!ll DOB SALE—FORTY HEAD OF FiisE ij cows, some with calves, cheap. Ad dress No. 196, P. O. box, to W. L. WEBB. feb'B If I'OR SALE -A "fIRSICL.\oS ..BAND Square Hellett & Davis piano for sale cheap. Address P. O- box Nn. 1195. fl'Jtf IpOR SALE—FRESH COWS—THOBOUQH f bred aud grade Jersey cows: fresh, good milkers, kind and gentle: the best f .mil--and datrv cows in tne World. Ad dress F. J. HAKRETTO, Downey, California. 110 lm .1(1 ImUl CHOICE OLIVE CUTTINGS i'OR £l/,UU<J 6a i e> cheap, at tne place of C. R. RINALDI, San Fernando, Cal. fB-lm I'OR SALE—City Property. YJIOR SALE. FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON JJ Philadelphia street SISOO. House 8 room*on east end Dan nluir street fiSCo. House 8 rooms on Earl street lIO.'hI Business and dwelling house Brooms stable and cottage of 8 room* on lot 40x112 on corner of Sin and Karl Streets *2 00, they rent for fII per mouth. Oue half of said li t with the cottage lor tlO.lO, ether half with 8 rooms and stable lIS ii, Lot 40x100 to an alley on west side Earl street near Bth street 1781. Also 20 acres of laud «t Ontario for sale or exchange for Los Augeies property. Eastern land lor exchange, valuable patents mil machines. Money to loan. JOHN P. P. PBCK, IBUS. Spring street m 8 3t li'Ott SALE Fir,E r.E»iMENUE lvi lit ' tweeu Main street aud Grand Avenue for ouly tC.'iO. Terms easy, see this if you want a bargain. MILL&R st HARRIETT, 2~>3 No th Malt! St.. under St E'mo. MS tf I 1 KKAP BaRGaI.sS IN IMB BUtCTBIC VT Homestead tract. Nine lots aud tlnee 800 houses for sale- Low price Small capital required : easy terms. Apply to No. 4, old postoffice building. m4tf FOR BAUkVA BARGAIN-A BEAUII fu 1 brick house (pres»ed brick front) of 8 bard-fluLhed looms, with kitchen, piiutrv and bath room; pleasantly situated ou the hill ou Montteul street: will aell for 18600. Call at house, 324 Montreal sireet, third house north of Vlrvin street. TiliiL. Li OR SALE—II6XI79 ou GiSUU avenue P cheap. McCOYE & CUSHMAN. 23 N. Spring street. m tf TiIUK SALE —CHOICE LOP IN THE J? Childs tract, on electric r'ilroad line. MeCOYE st CUSHMAN, 23N. Spring stieot. m*f L.IOR SALE—HEAUrISUL LOT Hll.L " street near Eleven-h. cheap. McCOYE ,t CUSHMAN, 23 N. Soring street. m2tf WOR BALE—FIVE LOTS, THREE BLOCKS Ay from postofflce. Must be sold. A big bargain: only $950. GRAHAM, TAYLOR & Co., 13 West First street. nnim_ tfOR SALE-HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS, -P nicely furnished; well established, with lease for two years; reut reasonable, wish to sell on account of sickness, ihosede siring to invest call on promises No. 13 Sepal «da street, Los Angeles, Cal. ■YD NEYCAi'ToN._ leUtt LlOlt SALE-5 LOTS. 40X80, 875: 6 LOTS, I? 40x136, 8125; 1 lots. 40x240, 1x76; 1 lot, 7i.x3tio, with house aud garden, and other Improvements. This property Is on Lacy avenue, 2 blocks Irom Wells street station, Pasadena R. R. Take horse cars to Daly street, then go along Daly tp Wells street one block past the brick yardl aud turn to the right up Lacy avenue, and it is the last , house on the left. E. M. A. MORGAN. 122 lm | j THE NEW MEANS OF CURE-DR. E. ] Bobbins' Eiectro-Magnetic Institute, corner of First and Spring streets (entrance ou First street) Is now fltted up, at consider able expense, with everything; that is ueees- ' sary to cure ohronlo aud so-called incurable diseases, by the finest electrical apparatuses I in the world. Turkish snd Russian Baths; t also Eolectlc, Sulphur and Eucalyptus I Baths. Dr. Bobbins haa had seveial years' experience in the Australian Colonies, San „ Francisco, Salt Lake City, Denver, and lour t years iv Los Angeles, and hundreds of leading citizens can testify to the wonder ful efteots of electricity in curing cases of chronic diseases when all else had failed i and llicretore all persons sutterlng should try this new remedy before abandoning all hope. After every medical treatment tbe "] patients are given the Massage Treatment J by persons of their own sex. i The Doctor diagnoses diseases without • explanation from tne pa'ieut, free of charge, c His offlce hoars are 9 till 12; 1 to 6, 7 to 9. mra tf j H. tl. GAHLTON, REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT, 28 N. Hpring street. Lot Angelea, Califor nia, will attend to collection of lent* and pay taxes for non-resldeuts. Ventura county lauda and town lota for tale. Reference: First National Bsnk, of Los Angeles. Residence ett S. Hill. .TIIStJISLLANEOCS. Men's Clothing, Youths' Clothing, BOYS' CLOTHING! AT THE One-Price: Clothing: House! 15 South Spring Street. THIS WEEK SPECIAL SALE OF 4<> Dozen Men's unlanndrled Shlrt», linen bosnm nnd cuffs at fiftc car.ls. 3ft l)o«e« Men's laundrlcd Shirt., linen bobom and cuffs 50c each. 100 Men's Casslmere s\ilts at <JIS.RO worth SIB.OO IM> All-wool Sack suits at lft.OO worth S3.SO ftO Imported i-buttou Cutaway suits at a great reduction. All liniiiU snhl In ins establishment are pressed and alteration* to Improve the IVTT. ure done free of charge. BE SURE TO CALL ON E. A. D A. M 3 l'Ml,\.li(.l III: DE.ILEU, 13 South Spring- Street, Los Angeles. fl7-8m ALBEE & WILLARD. ■ I lOO—Elegant lot on Ellis avenue, near 82500—Lot In the Dunntgan tract on Pico _ figueroa, in the Ellis tract. street, 02x150; clean aide. ■ ltftO— The finest lot lv Kills tract, corner siinn_9ni.n,H,i i n .t,i. i». 1. .v i» of Ellis avenue and Bonsallo t-trect; 7„,f S de lot in tbe Dunnl stonc walk in front nnd alongside. <*9fi<u> 1? „m, i?i,.„ .1 . . ... T r»2SOO-lCsxl7(i feet, corner of Washington * 8( "P 7,. h f ele K a . nt it; the Long aud Broadway * B ,. n n t£l «' aCt , fromin ? on Flgueroa St. i»22ftO-Lnt same sice adjoining the above • Mo °- rh e finest corner inthe Longttroet on Washington street. *' lacaDt " e trac fronting on Figueroa street, SSOOO Eaeh-H half acres ou Ocean street avmjwi Si ~ ,1? , beginning at the cor. of Broadway * I *°°7^& t }!^S^fS i " lle AT-AU of the above are covered with -mra,Te?J '£ISftSS* of the . B i re !s; . fine bearing Orange Trees aud are the fines » ,oot » ■ >ch-lwo lots on south side of lots oirered for the money in he market «, r^^S" 6 "/' 8 "-?™''' «, 1 wnii r„. ,n0.,-ji > . „, »180O—Corner lot on Grand avenue. t»180»—Lot IOSXIoO feet on Eleventh st., arim m rjwia.i just west of Pearl st; this is CHEAP. * ~7au Each—Lots jOxlB4, on Hope street. •aiOW—Kine lo;, Temp'e st; 8100 cheaper *aioO—Lot ficxlfs, on west side of HiU ef than adjoluing lota. very dcBlrable for building. •2500-A Deautlful Cottage in the Ellis Tract, Just being finished—to see !s to buy ! «TJtjr- Resides the above we have the remaining lots in the Ellis Tract, which are every one of them choice for building speculation. We are selling the cheapest tract of lots on the east, sine of the river for S3OO to Slot) per lot; tIOO down, balance $20 per month. We have a few flue houses and Improved placea which will suit you for home.. Our specialty has always been fine acre property and tracts for subdivision, and we have the best In the city. Tins is a Wet-Weather Advertisement with Dry-Season Pric«b. ALBEE & WILLARD, No. North Spring Street Eos Angeles, Cal. ian 25 GRAND AUCTION SALE. West Coast Land Company, SAN LUIS OBISPO, CAL. Incorporated, .March 27, issc Capital, S.jOU.OOO. DIRECTORS: OFFICERS: Geo. C. Perkins, San Francisco. John L. Howabp, President. John L Howard, Sau Francisco. IsaacGolotree, Vice-President. Isasc Goldtree, Sin Luis Obispo. K. E. Jack, Treasurer. R. E Jack, San Luis Obispo. V. H. PHILLIPS. C. H. Phillips, Sau Luis Obispo. Secretaiy and Manager, The West Coast Land Company now offers for sale In subdivisions the I'ASO ROKEES It A M U, Of 20,400 acres, less 0,000 acres sold to settlors in the past four months. TIIE SANTA ISABEL RANCH, Of 20,200 acres; THE EIREKA RANCH, Of 11.C00 acres, nnd 12,000 acres of tho 111 IIC 111 ICIIO RANCH, all lylug In a body, on the S. p. R. H , m l its terminus in SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY. /rsjp-\VII I. SELL AT IM Itl.lC \l < I lON-SJS.I About MARCH 22d (for date, see later advertisement) tho balance of the PaSO ROBLES RANCHO, consisting of town lots lv Templeton, 800 acres In 8 to 12 acre lots adjoining Templeton, nnd M,OOO acres Iv ranch subdi visions. Also, 2100 acres of the HUER lIUKRO RANCH In 20 subdivisions. These are all agricultural and fruit lands, in quality equal to any In the State, with an average annual rainfall exceeding that ot Sauta Clara county, and requiro NO IRRIGATION. Title, Uuited States patent, to be tree and clear of all Incumbrances. TERVIS OF SALE. I. its in Templeton, cash, United States gnld coin; all other tracts one third cash, balance in four equal payments, In 2. 3, 4 and 5 jears; interest ft per cent, per annum. The mortgage tax paid by the mortgagee mikes the interest about 4 per rent, vet to the puichaser. Au additional charge will be made of $5 for deed in sale of town lots, and $25 in other cases for ex penses of sale, including making and recordiug all papers Schedule price of ranch subdivisions average 820 au acre, of 6 to 12-acre lots, 800 au acre SALE WITHOUT RESERVE, Providing that no bid will bo entertained at less thau CO per cent.of sched ule prices; 10 per cent of cash payment (but lv uo case less thau $100) re quired at fall of hammer; 30 days to complete sale. Parties failing for SO days forfeit sum paid. Parties going from Los Angeles tako P. C. S. 8. Co.'s steamera from San Pedro to San '.nis Obispo. From San Francisco, tne 8:80 a. m. daily tralna 8. P. R. R. to Templeton. Parties wishing to inapect said lands with a view to purchasing at the auction, or any if the company's laud at private sale, will be shown the property freo of charge by ipplylng at the company's office in Templeton. JWMaps of all the ranch subdlvslons of Templeton. of the 5 to 12 acre suburban ots and a general map showing the location of the company's lands, with a new de icriptive ca alogue, are in press and will be sent free ou appllation cafter the 25th Inst. February, ISS7.) Addresa O. H. PHILLIPS, Manager. West Coast Laud Co., Sau Luis Obispo, Cal. JOHjNT J. JONES & CO., 283 Nortll Main Street, New Postoffice Building. fNTENDING PURCHASERS OF ORCHARDS AND VINEYARDS, OR LANDS SUIT- L able for raising fruit, will consult their interest by calling on us. Long residence iv this State, familiarity with Its peculiar resources an of climate, and long experience in tlie RAISING OF FRUIT, enables us to supply such Information as is necesssry to safe uvestmeiit. We have many bargains to offer, including CITY AND COUNTRY FROP IRTY, and we most respectfully solicit a call. Wll understand our business and can ilease our customers. Palindale Colony Lands from »7 to #2ft per acre. IW Water Rights on all Lands from 815 to 825 per acre.-ssjjH JOHN J. JONES & CO., 183 North main Street New Postoffice Building f!7 REAL ESTATE ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS. ilso, a Choice Tract of 90 Acres or Subdivision, and an Excellent Dairy, CORN AND STOCK FARM, FOR SALE STRICTLY ON THEIR MERITS. No brass band at your expense: no free lunch or houses given away; no by-bidding t auction sales; no lottery schemes required iv selling property that has REAL MERIT: w those who reason for themselves and compare notes us to values aud advantagea of roperty wo may offerover adjacent real estate. We are here to stay, have a due regard ir public opinion, snd, In the end, find It more pleasant aud profitable to recommend ncli properties as have never failed to realize profit to purchasers Among our beat bar aiuaare: First—An additional subdivision of 20 acres (the first 20 having been closed out at nt. r figures),lots 50 feet front, wide streets, 1 mile eaatof oureity limits. Grand View o lountalns north, valley aud ocean soutb, portion of city west; perfectly level: the only -act east of the city limits having its own reservoir. Besides, these lots nave anew well, ) feet of excellent water, large windmill and tank for domestic purposes free. 820,0 '0 Is ow being expended under contract on grading Second street aloue, to be completed In 70 ays. 50 acrea have been donated for a magnificent college. It Is between the proposed Able and electric roads (partly completed) not far from streetcars now running. PRICE, ICO PER LOT. Terms, 830 down and lm monthly installments. No interest. Valaable ovelcpmcnls w 11 be made within thu next 30 days, after which prices will be advanced. Second—A beautiful tract of the choicest land for subdivision of so acres. A grand lew, nearly all level; no alkali or adobe land; near oureity limits; has au over-supply f excellent water; on the llue of march of valuable improvements. ONLY $400 PER CHE. Terms to snlt. Third—One of the cholcestdairyfarms In this county.or unsurpassed fnrcorn, alfalfa id stock; 144 acre-. 12 miles from the city, on railroad, all fenced: good improvements, owing wells; running stream; one-third in alfalfa. A great bargain. Terms to suit. We have all kinds of city aud oouuty property for sale. felS-lm humphbsiys St RIGGIN, No 20 South Spring B'reet GRAPE CUTTINGS. FOR SALE, CUTTINGS OF THK FOL lowlng varieties : Berger, Zlnfandel Trousseau, Grauache, Mataro, Carrlanan* Petite Penot. or Black Bureundv. Ganav' Tientuera Apply to E. L. MAYBERRY ' » •» Sau Gabriel, Cal!