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SMALLPOX. I.lxt of Housee Place* M Quar antine. Health Officer Hagan reported the discovery cf three cases of smallpox yesterday, one of which was discovered on the atreet and put in the excavated lot adjoining the police station, ou the corner of Second aud Spring streets, and kept until the arrival of tho ivagon from the smallpox hospital. Up to last night th 3 following cases havo been quaran tined in houses: No. 888 Center street, I; No. t!2l Hill street, 1; corner Main and Seventh, 2; oorncr Spring ami Kifth, I; No. 257 New High, 2; No. 21 L'bila delpbiu, 1; back of the brickyard 1; corner Pearl and College, 1; Boyle Heights, 1. Total quarantined, 11. There were at the hospital jes'.orday morning, 14 cases. Of these 4 were dis charged during the day and 2 were ad mitted, making 12 there lust night. Total number of cases 23, Since the lirst three deaths there have been no fatal cases, although some patients have been very sick. Dr. liagan states that the main difficulty lies in the vaccine points, of which ouly one in every four is good. Theße points are all brought from Ihe East at a great ex pense and the change of climate and dis tanco they have to travel dr.es them out and decreases their strength. He sug gests that some oue near Los Angeles take two or three heifers and vaccinate them. If this is done, in ten days' time fresh healthy virus will be obtained. The Bjardof Health has selected tho site for a new smallpox hospital. It is in a bentitiful sunny caiion north of tbe city. Dr. Hugau yesterday prepared plans for the new hospital r.nd these have been submitted to an architect, and the bnilding will cost between §3000 and $0900. It will be constructed us s.«oa as the ercbitect furnishes the plans. A new tent, which will comfortably accommodate twelve beds, was pit up near tho hospiiul yesterday afternoon, and it is expected there will bo no press for room, as most of tho casts now there are recovering and patients will be dis charged as fast, if not faster, than discov ered. The tenants in the Wilson Block object to the free vaccination otiice beiDg located ia their vicinity. QUARANTINED IN A HOLE. About noon yesterday a fellow Blraytd up to the police station with the evi dences of smallpox showing very plainly upon bis benign countenance. He was not feeling particularly bad, and was not at all frightened, 'i'he crowd that in fested the station at the time was not as serene as the afflicted man, and it scat tered as quickly m il a bomb had burst iv the vicinity. A villing policeman procured a plank and the man was made to walk it to the bottom of what is known an the "city hole in the ground," corner of Spring aud Second streets. Ho there remained like a prize ox on ex hibition and many viewed him, feeling that they were getting a free shun. After a time the hospital wagon arrived, and the man was hurried off to a place where seclusion and good treatment is guaranteed bim. John Bryson, Sr., bas bought this lot, and it is jokingly esti mated that it will take many thousand pounds of sulphur to fumigate it. The price of the lot hasn't decreased to an) great extent, however. BRAVE, UENTLE SISTERS. Yesterday Sisters Josephine, Veronica and Xavicr, went to the smallpox hos pital to minister to the wauts of the afflicted. In every place where death dealing pestilence stalks, or bloody war rage*, is found these sweet-faced, gentle voiced angels of mercy, the Sisters of Charity. The danger is never so great that tbey don't face it, with a nerve that pats tbe most intrepid soldier to the blush. They are uot seeking fame. Tbey bave no thought of glory. The hope of wealth docs not dazzle their eyes. Tbey are serene in tbe knowledge that they are doing tbe Great Maker's will, and are happiest when tbey are cooling the parched lip of the fevered, aud smooth ing tbe pillow of the dying. Mortal tongue cannot chant their praises, nnd the pea of niau is feeijle when it at tempts to extol their virtues), but up above, iv some niche not far from tbe Great White Tbroue, there must bo a slab of purest marble, too sacred lo be inscribed with tbe names of kings, rul ers, chieftains, or statesmen, but re served for the record of deeds done by the christian sisterhood of Sisters Jose phine, Veronica aud Xavier. How San Bernardino Booms. When the Herald advertises an tn j terprise and the public, trusting to its advice, invest in the scheme, it is a pleasure from time to time to chroniole the profits and returns accruing to the investors. About two weeks ago Messrs. Culver & Teele took un excursion down to San Bernardino, and vflth the assistanca of that prince of good fellows, Bon B, Ward, as their auctioneer, sold at auc tion a large tract uear the busicess 'center of San Bernardino, called the Cooley Tract. More than seventy lots were sold in an hour aud a half, at an average of over $150 per lot, and it w„s thought that fair prices were realized. At that time it was advertised that a steam motor line, to run from the end of the Third-street horse-car line, along Waterman street to Seventh, theuce abng Sixth to Highlands, about three and ono-half miles out, would be built at an early date. On Monday last the Board of Super visors met aud took such aotion as would insure the granting of a charter, aud Sau Bernardino people arc jubilant over tbe outlook. Mr. John Cooley, of San Bernardino, who was in tbe city yester lay on busi ness pertaining to the Cooley Tract, told a Herald reporter that all the stock for the road, to tbe extent of 5.'0.000, was subscribed, aud that work would begin ou the road at an early date. Mr. Cooley is a heavy atockholder aud an officer in the motor road and his word is conclusive. Since it became certain that this motor line is going through, property values on the east side of Ban Bernar.uno have risen like a rocket, and acres that one month since were bought for §300 cannot be bought now for double that sum. Many lots are now being told daily n' private sales at prices fifty ptr cent higher than were obtained at ihe auction sale. Mr. Cooley enys that there is uot a lot in the traot that can be bought for less than §200. Messrs. Culver & Teele have reason to feel proud of their venture there and havo made money for themselves and their friends. Beat His Wife. Yesterday evening Officer Little's attention waa attracted by a series of screams in female tones on San Pedro street. Hurriedly proceeding in the direotion fram whence tho cries were hoard he was met by several people who tnfoimel him that a man was beating Ins w fe. Arriving at the house of J. Bohenne be found that individual fran tioally rushing around the yard la front sttir d only in his undershirt and draw ers. Afte. considerable tioible Oflio.-r Little succeeded in handourhog Bohenne and in putting on bit onter clothing. Bohenne waa marched to the city prison and charged with disorderly condnct. He state*! that he bad two ohildren sick and his wife would not stay home and take care of th*m. A slight ont on his head he stated, was caused by some of the neighbors. The people living near i'y state that Bohenne i» in tbe habit of beating his wife frequently and that this is the first time she has screamed for help. _ Main street, between First and Sec ond, due business lots; pr front foot f 700 Main street, bet Fifth snd Sixth, ele gant residence and Sue lot, 70 foot front • • 2.'.»00 Figueroa street, fine 10-acre traot; easy terms; a bargain not Ado ma street, tract of 5 acres, flno for subdivision 6500 Spline street, bet. Third aud Foarth, 3 story brick block, new, paying a handsome rent .••ir'V 1 6 °. cou Spring street, bet Fifth and Sixth. fine business property; pr frut foot. 335 Fort street, cor. Fifth, lesidence.with all modern improvements; lot7ox 122W; a bargain '. 20,000 Fort sir et cor. Second. One business lot 70 foot front; per front foot SCO Temple street, near business center, cottage am flnclot. 50x1 Ml; a bargain 3030 Atigcleiio street, near Temple, new ti-room house, corner lot, 50x150 — Bono Shaw street, nr. Main, house 7 rooms; ten minutes'walk from postoffloe; easy terms , • • 881)0 Hope street, near Temple, elegant house, barn, etc.; lot 60x160 5000 Bellevue place, cottage and two large lot*, c ose to Sixth-street car line.... 60CO Loomis street, near Bellevue terrace. 10-room house, sll modern impioye meuta, fashionable pari of city, lot 50x200, stone walls, cement walks... 8000 Union aveuue, near cable road, new house, 6 rooms, bath, closets, pantry and basement • •■ til'2l Unlou avenue, corner of Ocean View aye ,2-s.tory new house, modern im provements, 3 large lots owO Uuion aveuue. cor. Court street, resi dence and choico lot 70x116; worth inspection 3000 liiamoud street, ne-r Belmont Hotel, neat cottage, 5 rooms, all modem improvements •• • <f4UO Loita drive, uear cable car line, most elegant residence and suo on the hills, with every modern Improve ineut, fine tarn, lotlOOxlSO 16,000 Brand avenue, near Seventh street, amo-g the wealthy residents, a fine D room mansion, with barn, every .modern arrangement, tine yard. .. . /500 Hill street, near Ninth, elrgant resi dence, every modern Improvement, flue baru.beautllul lawn: wo invite inspection; a choice, bargain. 12,000 Flower street, cor. Tenth, flue lot luOx 166. most desirable corner ■ 9000 Victor avenue, near Temple street, ;i choice lots 60x160, nr. business cen ter e> 1100 iVingerton tract, on Seveutii street, subdivided into lots; cheapest tract In city VSllll'illl Ellis tract, sof tne very choicest lots In the tract; alao. tine residence... . Augeleno Heights; here we hold all the uns'ld lots; mogniaceat loea lion;prices, $800 to ; 2000 Varuelf tract, end of Secoud-street cable, 50 choice lots: prices, *r,oo "> 1000 Boyle Heights, three tracts, oy the acre, from $250 to $750: lnO lota In very desirable places, from $200 to S2000: also, s::me flno residences East Los Angeles, some of tbe very choicest lots, aud some of the very cheapest ; one 12 acre tract, suitable for subdivision, at a bargain; also, some residences y,"',;'" LVI. Lincoln P*rk. Pasadena Railroad, lovely residence, all modern Im provements, Urge lot, grounds well cu'tlvated, five trains pass the door daily ■- -'"OU Pomoua', two blocks in lmart of city, $300 per acre; on 25 acre farm, w n 75 shares water, the best soil and place iv tne valley; per acre........ 2W Azusa, tract of land near new depot site, with water, 9225 tier acre; tract in new town site, with abuudauce of water, $275 per acre; also, several improved places cheap • ••• Duarte, oue much of 5 acres, highly Improved, with water; one of 10 acres, oneof 12 aci es, one of 15 acres, one of 21 acres, one of 21 seres, one 31 acres, one of 43 acres, oneof 18S acres, and several large tract*; these comprise improv'd and unimproved places; prices, per acre, from $125 to .il» San Gabriel, the finest improved farm in this country; every foot in trees, vinesand lurries: 5 miles from Los Angeles; rare chance: per acre ssuu; 20 acres, hou-e, barn, trees, vines, and fine well water, *2. r >i per acre; 20 ncrcs improved, trees, vines, etc., per acre • • • Anaheim, 23 acres flue land, 22 shares water stock, per acre • »■» Pasadena, choice properly of every description. Partiesdesirlng to pur. chase here will do well to call on us before going •tar-Choice lauds in Santa Monica, Santa Aua, The Faltrjs, Long Beach find every part of ihio souther.j country allow prices. Hairy ranches, 40 acres, with cows, horse-, wagous,to>o!s, eve yco veulenee ondln good paving dairy route to sell or trade for c.ty propert . two flue cigar stores, best stands in tne city, $1000 aud $2000; $125 aud $360 per month or uo Bile. This comprises but a small portion of tbe property we h .vu on hand. We solicit your consideration. Free carriaves to alt places. Free railroad fare to purchasers of property out of the city, mill FINANCE AND TRADE. A BoTlew of tho »ny» Tram, action*' New Yobk, March 9 —The Immediate ef fect of the announcement of the new rail, road deal upon stocks was to advance them st the opening, but high figures brought ou' lioavy realizations, and the improvement lasted but a short time. 'The opening was decidedly strong, with an advance over las evening's final figures ranging from !«to % per cent. Later iv the aftefuoon stocks concerned in the Baltimore and Ohio deal were active, tbe remainder being quiet or dull. The advances of the opening were uot maintained, snd the entire list soon showed a sagging tendency. After tho first hour a period of comparative dullness and steadiness was had, but the market soon gave way again and the sagging continued throughout the nfternoon until near 2 r. M., when Western Union and Itichmond and Wostport displayed a decided weokness and the downward movement was accelerated, tho close belug weak at about the lowest prices. Government bonds, dull and steady. , f'lnnnckul. New York, M irch 9.—Three per cent Sovernment bonds, IOM4: four per cent, coupons. Vlb%\ four and a naif per cent cou pons, 129J-,; Central Pacific, m>%; itlo Grande, 24; Kansas A Texas, Northern Pacific, il!-*; preferred, 59; Northwestern, lie 1 ,,; New York Centra), llo'.f. Oregon Navigation, Transconti nental, 32; Improvement, 38; Pacific Mall, 65; Pauamn,—; Texas Pacific, 27J 2 ; Uuion Pacific, United States Expr. s«. 62*; Wells, Fargo A Go's Express, 28; .Western Union Telegraph, Money on call, ea.y at«Vt@l!-a per cent; last loan, RJi; closed offered ai 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, S(<JO. I Sterling cxch.iuge, *i 84) 2 for 60-day bills; st S7'i demand, Bar silver, S'.OOJi San Fsancisco, March 9.—Closing quo tations for stocks to-day are as follows; Best<ißelchersM.2S Peerless 65 Cro.-ker 105 Potosl 9.0J Chnllar 8.00 ;Ophir U.« 1% Con. Virginia.. 18 25 ;Savage. i.i>l% Gould .£ Curry r,.b2S;Sierra Nevada.. 4 95 H. AN 5.00 Union Con 4.10 Peer 45 : Yellow Jaecet. 8.37 X Hale A Norcross assessed 50 cents. Potosl assessed 30 cents. Silver bars—Percent discount, 21@23. The Urnlii Murkets. DOMESTIC. San Feancisco, March 9 —Wheat—Strong; shipping, 81.571/.. per cental. Barley-Strong; feed. $1 <!* SI 05 per ceutnl; brewing, $1lO&MLlS. per cental; small yellow, ?1 12; white, rLooH Chicago, March 9 —Wheat—Steady; cash, 7Uc per bushel; May, S4;'-,,c: June. 83c. Corn-Stead v; cash, 3it'/ 4 c per bushel; May, 41-: B e; June, 41 3^c. Barley—quiet, at 49(a)51c per bushel. Chicago I'roduce market. Chicago. March 9 —Pork—Steady; cash, $20.10 per barrel; May, $20.50. Petroleum. Nbw Voiik, March ».—Petroleum opened at 61 :, 4 C Highest, 0214: lowest, 61 clos ing Ui?4C Sales, 1,358,000 barrels. Los Angeles Produce Market. The following is tho official record of the Los Angeles Prodt> < c Exchange, corrected daily. In the quotations, unless otherwise stated, It is to be understood that the first Sgure is the highest price bid and the last the lowest price asked. These quotations »re for round lots from first hands; for «m«ll lots out of store higher prices are asked: WHEAT—Australian *No. 1. white. »1.65 asked: Eye. USO asked: Oold Drop, $1.15 bid, *1.31> asked; White Husslan, 81.50. BARLEY—Feed No. email@example.com. CORN—Large yellow, carload lots,9oc bid, small carload lots, ?1.05 asked. FLOUR—Los AiiKeles XXXX, extra family patent roll, So; Capitol Mills extra family pateut roil fj.oo asked; Pioueer »nd Crown *540 asked. MILL FEED—P.ran. .21 asked; Shorts, 823 isked; Mixed Feed, corn nnd barley, W.IA isked; Cracked Corn *1 20 asked: Cracked Berley,tL2o asked :Gro»nd Barley,*l.2o*aked Rolled Barley, $1 IS asked. GRAIN BAGS —Grain itags MS, 22x8fi, *sked; 188« Calcottasr.ot, uJic asked; Potato Sacks, 3 asked; Mill Sacks, 6c asked. SEED— Alfilfa. new.llc ask»d. HAY- Barley. WB No. 1, now, 114.50 asked I Alfalfa W. B. Sl4; oat, W. B. *17. POTATOES—EarIy Rose, Northern. J2 00 agked: Irish Be lUties, *i 25; Peerless, fci.OO; Humholdt 52.00; Peaclildows.SJ.2j; Karly Rose seed, Northern, <2 00; Burbank, Nsslionic, & 25. SWEET POTATOES —Red and white 82 b'd; *2 50 asked; yellow, 12 50. BC ITER —Fancy Roll. 23c per rb asked. Ohoioe Roll, 22c per lb asked; Fair Roll, per H),2oc asked; Mixed Store. 15u per tb asked- Fickled Roll, 150 per tb asked; Firkin ohoicelsnpertb; Firkin Cooking, 15c per lb asked. CHEESE —Large, 15c nsked; small, 16c wked: small '3 lb hand) 18c asked ; extra per lb wheu ca»ed for shipment. EGGS— Eges, fresh. lScfal'Oe. HONE\-—Extracted light, 3!4c@4He; Job lota, 4a50 asked ; Amber, 3c bid; Oomw lOctff 12V4- ONIONS—YeIIow Danver, Northern, $3.75 asked. _ BEESWAX—Beeswax, 17c(til9c. VEGETABLES MlXED—Chiles per tb, 12c I bid; G«rlic;6o.; Sc asked; Cabbago per.loo lbs, firstname.lastname@example.org. BEANS AND DRIED PEAS-Plnk No. 1, new crop, *1.80 bid, 11.90 askod; Lima, |email@example.com; Navy, small, U25 asked; I Blaoa-eved. $1 asi;od: Garvauz ia. t'i asked; Green Field Peas, *2 asked! Lentil", IS.OO ttkod. Bavo is, $2 asked; Red Spanish, »2. POULTRY—Hens No 1, per austeu, |7.60 bid; 58.50 asked; Old Roostenj, per dozen. $5 bid :Vouug Roosters, per doa, $7.50 bid; Broilers, Urge, per doien, 15.0> bid, Broil ers, small, per dozen, «4.00 bid ; Ducks, per dozou, large. »7.50, bid; Ducks per dozen, ! small K.s'i bid; Turkeys, per lb, 18e. LIVE STOCK—Live Hogs, Sc(s>4c. DRIED FRUlT—Peaches, S. D. No. I,loc I isked; do No. 2, 7Xc asked; do, peeled, 15c I asked; do, S. D. peeled No. 2, 12%0 asked; I pitted Plums,l2V£e asked; Blaokberries,l2tyc 1 asked- Prunes, Cal, French new crop, ] jjiioej; Prunes, Cal, German, 7o asked;Aprl ! oots, evaporated, 25c asked. ! APPLE?—Evaporated Huntley's, 10c ask lad; Hunt's Aldea, 140 asked; Sun Dried i ilioed, 6C aaked. ■ i RAlSlNS—layers. »1.50 asked; Ex Lou ion Layers. new;sl.7s asked; Three Crown I Layers, new. 11.75 asked: Loose Muscatels ■iI.SO; Bulk Raisins. 5c asked. Dried grapes, 2c. NUTS—Walnuts new, Uc@lsc; Peanuts, Oal.No. 1. He asked; do. No. '2, 3c asked; do Sasloru,7J<;c asked; Almonds, 8. S., 180 ask ad: Almonds, H 8, luc. CITRUS FRUITS — Oranges. 1.75 asked; Louions.seedllug per box, 82.00 asked; Lem. oue. Eureka aud Lisbon per box, *3.r>o asked, HIDES — Dry. UO bid; Kip, 16c bid; rial!, WAc bid; Culls, y a less. SKINS —Short wool, each. 15c®30c; Long (tool, each, tl bid; Shearlings, each, 10c lid. WOOL—Bpring Clip, p-r tb, Stft'Os bid. PROVISIONS—Extra llgnt b&oon, clear, tic asked: Light clear, 10c asked; Cleaj medium, 100 aaked: Medium bacon, «c isked: heavy bacon Sc. • LAKD—4O-lb Ins, sc per lb;S iD pail", SUe per lb; 6 lb rails, B%e pc- ib; 10 lb pail-, So per lb. HAMS—Eastern sugar cured, 15o: Cali fornia, 12JiC Dr. Pierces Electric Belt! T&5 Granlsst Flectro-MefJM Appliance of He HMewtl Ceatnrj. TT POSITIVELY RELIEVES AND CCRE9, 1 without medicine, all diseases and weak nesses of male'or fcmsle that can possibly be relieved or cured by Electricity and Magnetism. Dr. Pierces Belt Is the only one which will produce electricity with or without acids; giving when charged a cur rent of hiph tension, which can be in s'autly felt by the wearer. Contains ail the latest improvements, including an improved elkctuk; bUsi'K.-'soi'.v fob mkn. Also special attachment for Ladies' Belts. The following short extracts, which are taken from tbe recent letters, are but samples of scores of others which are con stantly arrivlnsr at our S.in Fraucisco aud St. Louis offices: "Life Benewor." It gives me great pleasure to acknowledge that it has beeu of great ami lasting bencdt to me I recommend It wherever Igoas a most excellent life renewor. E. A. Woodbusf, Fort Canby, Vt. 1. No More Pnyelc. I swallowed bottle a'ter bottle of medi cine, but instead of doing me good, I actu a ly Delieve it did me harm. I ke> t getting worse until I obtained Dr Pierces Belt. Tbat was tbe "medicine" for me. 1 con .ViVor it the roost wonderful remedy ever d.scovererTand will advise all who are .11 -ing to give it a from a l.urfy. Having worn oue of your Electro-Magnetic Rott« T have derived untold bern-fit from its ?f» • * * I have often wished the real value of your Belt could be known and un derstood, for the benefit of those who are suffering as I have. No one could hove been more faithless than 1 was when the Belt was recommcuded to me. Rev. Dr. J. T Willis and wife, now of Aurora, N. V.. will confi™ the truth of what I say to you, for the? knoiv how very much I have been honeflted MBS. MaBY E. WlU.Be, benefited. ™ Kodwood Falls, Minn. rmV Avoid worthless so-called Elecirio Boliswhich are being peddled about the country For full particulars of Dr. Pierces Celebrated Belts and Trusses, address Magnetic i:ia«tlcTrn»« Company TCi Sacramento st., San Francisco, Cal. or 3 4 N. Sixth St.. St. Louis. Mo. j»S Electro-Magnetism, milE NEW MEANS (VP CURE—DE. E. J_ Kobbins' E ectro-Magnetic Intuitu*, ooraer nt First Mid Spring -treets (entrance on Flfst street) Is now fitted up, at consider able expense, with evertthiurthat is neces sary to cure olironlo aud so-cslled incurable diseases, by the finest electrical apparatuses In the world. Turkish aud Ku.-sian Baths; also Eclectic, Sulphur aud Eucalyptus Baths. Dr. Itobbius haj had scvetal years' experience in the An-tra'iau Colonies, Sau Francisco, Salt Lake City, Denver, aud lour yean in Los Angeles, and hundreds ol leading citizens can testify to tho wonder ful eftecta ot electricity In curing cases of chronic diseases when nil else had failed aud therefore all persn»s suffering should try this new remedy befnro abandoning al) hope. After every medical treatment the ratlcnts are given the Massage Treatment by persons of their own box. The Doctor diagnoses diseases without explanation from the pa'lent, free of charge. His office hours are 9 till 12; 1 to 5, 7 lo». mr2-tf LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 10. 1887. FOR SALE! BUSINESS PKOPEETY. 2jj FEET ON BPRING BTREET, •SOOO PER FRONT FOOT. FEET ON SPRING STREET, VSOOO PER FRONT FOOT. Jjj FEET ON SPRING STREET, #2000 PER FRONT FOOT. jjQ FEET ON SPRING STREET, SISOO PER FRONT FOOT. jjfj FEET ON SPRING STREET, SBSO PER FRONT FOOT. 2Q FEET ON SPRING STREET, •TOO PER FRONT FOOT. 2Q FEET ON SPRING BTKKET, »850 PER FRONT FOOT. FEET ON SPRING sfTREET, SOOO PER FRONT FOOT. J2O FEET ON SPRING SIKI ET (CORNER), SIOOO PER FRONT FOOT. 120 raET ~N SPRING STREET (CORNER). »TOO PER FRONT FOOT. McCOYE & CUSHMAN, 'eb2Mm 23 North Spring Street. RAN BEI»lVAHI>I»tO EXCVKSinN. SECOND GRAND EXCURSION SAN BERNARDINO AND AUCTION SALE OF 142-RESIDENCE LOTS-142 ■The high tide of prosperity that has struck this in land metropolis has induced Messrs. PAYNE and MURRAY, the owners of the "METCALF TRACT," To offer their choice property for sale, and on THURSDAY, March 17th, the public will be offered their choice of these fine lots at auction. BEN E. WARD, Auctioneer. "THE METCALF TRACT" lies southwest of the railroad depot 1200 feet, and is a superb piece of property, being high and dry, and over looking the city of San Bernardino. The new earshops, roundhouse and machine-shops of the California Southern Railway Company are close by and there will soon be 1500 men employed there. Four Artesian Wells Are now in full flow>on this tract und each lot is entitled to water from them. Lots are all 150 feet deep, running back to an alley with a frontage of 50 to 80 feet on 03 and 80 foot streets and avenues. TERMS OF SALE. —Otic-fourth cash, one-fourth in six months, one fourth in twelve months, and one-fourth in eighteen months; interest on the deferred payments only 8 per cent.; $25 deposit on each lot sold at the drop of the hammer. Square deal—no reserve. gJkW A SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Los Angeles on THURSDAY, March 17th, at 8:30 a. k, sharp. Free Lunch! Choice Music 1 ftW TICKETS FOR THE ROUND TRIP, good for tbe special train g,)ing and for the 17th, 18th and 10th returning, only $:!. For sale after March 14th until the niorniugof the 17th at the California Southern Railway otiice, 210 North Main Street, and the Union depot. Also, by BEN E. WARD, 4 Court Street. For maps and full information, see FOED & MYER, Office In Ht. Elmo Hotel. 2 lON. Main it., REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENCY. BEIST E. WARD, Auctioneer, 4 Court Street, Los Angeles. GROSSMEYER. MARTIN & KEMP, SAN BERNARDINO. mrs-lm PIANOS. JOHN W. GARDNER, I GQ No. 212 South Spring Street, Breed Block. . C »— : a oni.v exc£.isive ; | PianoandOrganHouse. | § WIHII.KSAI.I-: A>l» RETAIL, FOR CASH AND ON INSTALLMENTS. I m ' O p-* AIiEXT FOR M § ; Stein way, Chickering, Steck, Knabe , q Hardman, Emerson and many other j V? rh leading Pianos. Story & Clark, Kir- j r ball, Taber and other Organs. ' JJiq o , — ; \* Instruments to Rent. I son vi an K. MARTIN & CO., 408 front street, San fraucisco, PROPRIETORS OF THE FOLLOWING POPULAR BRANDS OF WHIBKIBS : J. F. Cutter Extra. Old Bourbon snd Kye . ...In barrels and hn'f barrel Miller's Extra Old Bourbon.. ! ..In barrels and hall barrel* J. A. miller, Chicken Cock In barrels and half barrels Argonaut Old Bourbou aud Rjre In barrels and half barrels For Flavor, Purity and General Excellence tbese Wnlskies are Unsurpassed. 116-1 m NOTICE. niTrptfi'R SPKINO HOTEL IS POSI- S WeVv'e.losed or the present against all comers It's of uo use lo apply fur adrr.it ™"V, n l , repairs are oomp.eted due notice w be give.., and hotel again opened* »0 , Propriety TangStatation, March 8,188,. ruiuti "notice. The business office oi the Temple-street Cable Railway Company will from thli i date be at No. U Temple street. F. W. WOOD, I mlo7t Secretary. mm* mimi. FALL AND WINTER, 1886—1887. Just Received from the Eastern and European Markets, THE LATEST NOVELTIES JN Dress Goods, Trimmings, Fancy Goods, Cloacks, Jackets, etc The Most Magnificent Goods Ever Displayed in Leg Angelea, and at Prices that Dely Competition. CITY OF PARIS, Tbe Peerless Dry Goods Emporium of Southern California, 105, 107 AND 109 NORTH SPRING STREET _JP_ CITRUS FAIR AT COLTOfI Friday and Saturday, March 11th and 12th. Everyone Is Invited to Attend This Exhibition —or— THE BEAUTIFUL CITRUS PRODUCTS OF COLTON. IOI.VD TRIP, LOS ANUELES TO COLTON «S.ft» TRAIN LEAVES LOB ANGELES AT 8:30 A. M. FRIDAY, MARCH 11th. Good on Return for Three Days on Southern Pacific trains.**«Teo tor Frails Are Unsurpassed; Onr Orchards are Marvels of Beauty. TDM ii ANOTHER EXCURSION I WILL LKAVE j TUESDAY, MARCH 18th, AT 9:10 A. M., FOR CORONADO BEACH. i ROUND-TRIP TICKETS, GOOD FOR FIVE DAYS, From Los Angeles and Nan Uabrtel OA 15. ;j from Pomona, Colton, etc 4 ts. I CHAS. T. PARSONS, Ticket Agent, 239 N. Main Street, or Union Depot, i v v. WILKINi, Gen. Passenger and Freight Agcut, California 9. R. R. »?•»*"■ For information or printed matter, apply to THOMAS GARDINER, mrS-7t Agent Coronado Beach Company, S3M N. Main Bt, Los Ange es ii : =r-=L . * WEST BONNIE BRAE TRACT! Situated on Ninth Street. High Elevation! Magnificent Views! NO STEEP HILLS! Sea Breeze! City Water! No Adobe! Street-Car Facilities r GOOD DRAINAGE I £s%T~Ari>.to< rallc Nelajbboruood ! Low Prices ! Favorable Ti rmt-Vl FOR SALE BY C. A. NI'.nNFK Sc CO 14 North Spring Street DOBINSON A FAIBCHILU tt Ikorth Spring Mtnoi ESTABLISHED 1085. INCORPORATES UM. Ciane Bios. Manufacturing Comp'y, ( HllAtiO, IMTTMII XC. OlflAHl, LOS ANUELES. MANUFACTURERS OF PIPE, FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, TOOLS, Etc. All kinds of materials used in Plumbing and Gas Fitting Stock WILL ARRIVE AND STORE BE OPENED ABOUT APRIL Ist, Nos, 18,20,22 and 24 Rcqueoa Street, Corner Los Angeles, feh27if -LP* a,N«HI.Bt*. C*LIKWBNIA. BUILD A HOME! STRANGE & GOTTSCHALK, The Lending Architects, Booms S and 4. Rooms 1* and 18, No. 44 South sprlna Street, j Wilson Block, f M W. Fins aire**. REMOVAL! tt li lt A WEEK'S DELAY WF. ARE AT LAST INNTALUU In Our New Store, jSTo. 10 SOUTH SPRHNTG STREET (Next door to Mosgrove's Closk Bouse) and arc we.l supplied with CLOTHING FOR GENTLEMEN, BOYS and CHILDREN. 5