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DAILY HERAUX THE COURTS. r Caart~l*n«rtimentOne, ° Cheney, J- v Tuesday, March 22, 1887. | William Crawford was,upon examt- ti .Jto., Emitted to practice in the Su- J Mathia. Htadta-jr. g t> and Mathias Hindinger, Jr., net Tea were admitted to cit*en- J •sdp. o BBT FOR WE DN IS DAT. Kstate of Thomas. Weisenburg vs. Michel. Aviso vs. Kalißher. llisif — Twa-BToawn. J. , Cutler vs. Cutler-Tendays additional • **lSer vs. O'Reilly-Pasaed for the , "Tidily vs. Haaset sl.-Ssme action. Moreno v.. Sentow-S.mo action. Hancock v.. Huhbell-Cost bill struck vs. Ptrelan-Passed foe the vs. Spencer—Decree for defendant; thirty days stay of execa <tioa. SET *OK WEDNESDAY. Sepulreda vs. Baunh et al.—Trial, jsrsttcea* Courts. OIT¥ COPRT —AUSTIN, 1. r. People re. Alexander Netz-Battery; trial on Thur-d<y at 10 A. St. People vs. James Murphy—Vagrancy; fifteen days. , People vs. Thomas Wilson—Disturb iag the peace; sentence Wednesday at J A 'People vs. Horace Bell—Assault with a deadly weapon; tin iuation coutiu ued until Saturday at 2 P M. People vs. Chaib-8 Brooks, Ernes' Montgomery aud Willie Fallon—Assault to rob; examination set for Wednesday at 2 r. M.; bail, $250 each. TOWNHHIP COURT—TANEY, J. P". People vs. C.ldera— Bittery; dis missed on motion of the Distriot Attor ney. , Pullman Passengers. The following passengers leu on me 1:30 train yesterday: E. F Ot, W.W. Casper, A. A. Marshall, M. L. Peast, W. S. Curli", Mr. Stevena, J. L. De Tonoe, E. R. Burke, W. A. Mi-Lagan, D. J. Cushman, G. T. Mills, A. M. Pat ion, Mrs Ida Hincock, J.-P. Wilson, J. I* Peeks, J. W. Polbamna, J. P. Wilson, H J. Barde, N. H. I'eale, Miss Hall, Mr. Lyucb, E. E. Williams, Mr. Franklin. The following left on the 7:30 tram: Mr. Kirkland, W. C. Smith, J Coudop, Mrs. Hoi kins, Mrs. Jas. Matbe»s, Mi. Hatfield, J. Winter, H. T. Lee, J. H. Gray, C. T. Settle, W. A. Bingham, Mr Lawrence, Mr. Harts, Mrs. Power, Dr. J. Thome, Mr. Pope, C. M. Kenne, and Mrs. Ives. Police Commissioners. The Police Commissioners met yester day with a full Board present. A license was issued to C. G. Brown. Charges against Officer Grubb were pre ferred. Ttiese alleged tbat he had been insubordinate, and had shown a dispo sition to disregard tbe rules of th. Health officer, by advising Officer Haw thorne not to go to tbe prst bouse. Several witnesses were eximined, and at the close of tbe testimony it was moved and carried ihat Officer Grubbs be sua pended, pending the investigation of Officer Hawthorn". Army Orders. Headquarters ~l Department of Arizona, J- Lorn Anoeles. Ca'.. March IS, 1887. j Bpect»l Orders. No. 31.] 1. William B. Carr, ti nernl S rvice Clerk, a'aat 1, at tb«se headquarters, i» promoted to .lass 'J, vice Gaskius, dis charged. 2. Second Lieutenant G. B. Duncin, Ninth infantry, w It report without de lay to F. E Pierce, First in fantry, in chart, c of police control of White Mounta v Indian reservation, a; San Cjtlos, A. T., f>r specia' du'y in connection with that service. The jonr ney as dinctid is necessary for the pub lic service. 3 Under authority confaino-1 in Spe cial Otders No £6, current series, Head qnaiters of the Army, the fnrlongb gran ed Hon ial Steward J R Fowler, by Spi oi.l Orders, No. 142, series 18S0, these bendqtiafters, is extended two months from the 10th instaut. By command of Drteadier-General Miles. If, Barrer, Assistant Adjutant-General. (Official.) Marriage Licenses. The f [lowing persons were yes'crday liscensed to wed: G. W. I'helan to A. E. Fox. The Original Ahltlae Ointment Is put up In two ounce tin boxes, and is au absolute cure for old sores, ulcers, burns, wounds, salt rheum, fe ver sores, chapped hands and nil skin erup tions. Will posltl-elv cure all kinds of piles. Ask for tho O'lglnal Abietlue Oint ment, In Iwo ouce boxes. Price, 25 cents. For sale by Preuss A Hance, Druggists, 77 and 79 N. Spring Btreet. Salvation meeting-* Kvery night at Nadeau basement, corner First and Spring Btrcets. BHIt OH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Con sumption C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Ix>s An Seles. 3 f***»- THE GREAT SYMPTOMS: tongue coated white or covered with ■ brown fur; pam in the back, sides cbt joints—often mistaken for Rheumatism; ew»ur atuinach; loss of appetite; sometimes nausea and waterbrash, or indigestion; flatulency and acid eructations; bowels alternately costive and (ax; headache; toss of memory, with a painfu; sensation of having failed to do something which ought to have been done; debility; low tptnts; a thick, yellow appearance of the skin and eyes, adry cough; fever; restlessness; the urine is scanty and high-colored, and, if allowed to stand, deposits a sediment. SIMONS LIVER BEGUM (PURELY VEGETABLE) Is generally used in the South to arouse the Torpid Liver to a healthy action. IA acts with extraordinary efficacy on the TIVER, I KIDNEYS, *■ and BOWELS. AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR Malaria, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Ilillousness, ftftck Headache, Jaundice, Nausea, Colic. Mental Depression, Bowel Complaints, lite. Etc., Etc. Endorsed hv the use of 7 Millions of Bottles, as THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE For Children, for Adults, and for the Aged. BATE TO TAKE IN AjlYoiiimON OF THE SYSTEM! J. H. ZEILI N tV CO., sou mammon, PHILADELPHIA, PA. J rmicx, Wu—, * + -,- *h. * ' -" ! "" '■■ •' " v —'"——w» ——. ■»,«■ n » ■ i i t< , LOS ANGELES fiEKALD, MAECH 2St. 1887. .ud alter the flnt Monday after t' lay of January next succeeding tf Br " ion. Three Juatloes shall he c' ''f o ' he full term at the geueral St' * n f a J OT leld tn eighteen hundred and /?= clrctlon it the general elcotlou hel<" ■ **° et y: ""J ■ear thereafter, two Justh ' WfT. ,o " rt , h d for full terms of twr be elect hat in every twelfth * ea, »- except ustices .hull be elee ■hereafter, three ho Chief Juvtlce.r full terms. II .eminently dis. ASfa J . u ;, t i oe ' bec ° m ,r physically, t< ff i *J>'*' e<l . ' c ' ther , men Vi l , y >ißpp undhiir /Wnoim Ihe duties of his -nior'bv flvr £ Wt Is certified to the Gov iirMnf ' >vM*flces, one of Thorn na; be ~?„.n<! lv case of tho disability of ii.nn -» W» office of such di-qualtflei h.VvT o«tmes Immediately vacant, and hn. -als. *c P»ld « retiring salary of two , jdro* and fifty C 2M 1 ) dollars per month jt tt* 'remainder of his term. lis vacancy •\isi' or occur in tbe oliice of a Justice, the fhVVernor shall appoint a person to hod the offioe for the remainder of the unexpired term. Tbe Governor sball appoint a Justice to hold olßoe as Justice fo» the unexpired termof the late Chief Justice. amendment n umber two. To propose to the peopla of the State an amendment to the Constitution of the State, relative to the salaries of the Judiciary Department. Resolved, Thnt the Leghla'ureof 'he State of California, at Its regular seaalou, com mencing on the third day of January, A. D. eighteen hundred aud eighty.seven, two thirds of all members elected to each of the two Houses of aaid Legislature voting iv favor tbereof, hcreliy propose 111 it section seventeen, of Article VI, of tbe Constitution nf said State, be amended so as to read as follows: Section 17. The Justices of the Supremo Court, and Judges nf the Superior Court shall severally, at stated times during the<r continuance in office, receive for their services, compensation which shall not be increased or diminished a tertheirele tit n. uor during tbe teim lor which they shall have been elected. The salary of tne Jus tices of tbe Supreme Court snail be paid by tbe State. One-half of the salary Of eacn supcior Court Judge shall be paid by the State; tho other half thereof sh dlbcp'ld by the county for w ich he la elected. The auuual B»lHncs of Ibe Justices of the Su preme Cour* shall l c .even thousand ivs huu''red dollar* (*7aoo) each, and the Su preme Court C'immi-sluLers s x thousand dollars ($0000) each. I'ntil Otherwise changed b. the Legislature, the Superior i:ourt Judges shall receive an nunual ..alary of thr-o thousand do lars each, pajrar.lt monthly, except the Judges of the cit> and county of s v Frsaels' o, and the counties of Alameda, Los Angele-. lanta Clara, Yobs snd Sutter comblntd, Sncmmeuto, butie, Nevs.lH, Sau Die.o, Si" Bi-.u-irdlnn, Co USn und Tehama, who shall 'ecelve five thou sand dollars and Ibe .h'dges ol the cou't es of rulare, M Mcrej,Sonoma and Sau Jo.i qiilu shall receive four thousand dollars each. AMENDMENT NI'MUEB THREE. A Resolution to propose on ameudmentto section eight, of Article X'.'fthe Con stitutlou of the Kinte of California, re lating io t"e framing of a ch.rter for cithso' more than oue hu tdrcd thou sand ;iuhabt ants, und for cities of over teu t.iou*aud and 1 as tbuu oue hundred thousand luhabi ants Xess'vfd, That the Legislature of the 9t 'te ol California, at i'a regular 6' s«ion, commeucii gon the third day of Jinuiry, eighteen hundred and tlsr'itj-sevtu, two h rds of all lite members > li c ed o each of the two Houses of said Legislature v.,tin. v favor thereof, hereby propose th d sec tion eight, of Article XI, of the Constitu t on of SMtd State, be amended so as to icad a- fo lows: Disorders Which Affect the Kid neys Are among the most formidable known. DUbete-, Bltttht'l disease, grave and other complaint, of the urinary rr«.na. are no. Bitter* a me'lcla? which not only sftords T*£nUT*M «.t*,,w become lnsc:lve. but iucr-asi s their vl? r ana se rtre-gthcnor of the of the stomach, and a matchless reirtjdj■ tor , llio .sncss and fever and ague » » u . nt ?' acts a teudeev to premature decay and sua tains and comforts the aged and Inarm. Unnecesaary Mleery. , Probably a« much mis ry comr,g („-, Tn habitual constipation as from snv deranue mcnt-aM the functions of the boCry, su4 it is difficult to cure.'or the reotou that no one likes to take the medlcl'jea usually p-e scribed. Hnmburg Figs were prepared tn ohtlite this difficulty, and they will be found pleasant to the taste of women and children. Twenty-dye cents; at all drug gists. J. J. Mack & Oo., proprietors, Ban Francisco. Cure for Kick Headache. For proof that Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills cures Sick Headache, ask <our drug 51st for • free trial package. Ouly one for a ose. Reeular slae boxes 25 cents. 8old by 0. F. Tfeluzeman. SMITH&VIGNERON, AiDlalt Mmti, Goicrete Dri¥e^.ay Jf Side aud Lawn Walks, Basement Floors, Work Guaranteed Satisfactory in All Cases. Gravel.', Sand nnd Paving Stones supplied. WORKS AT LOWER END 0E main Street, «ppo«.ite Jlsry, fl'J-M W&->ai-3m PROCLAMATION! Section 8. Any city containing ft popula tion nf m. re than one hundred thousand inhabitant! may frame a chart r for Its own government, consistent with and subject to I pc CoUetit"tiou and laws of thi- Stale, by cans . ga Soatd of titteeu freeholders, who • -hall t aye b. en for at ica-t live year- quail fied electors thereof, to be elected by the qiinlilied voers of such cl y, at any general o - special elec lou, whose duty it shall be. ' wihin ninety days after such cleclon, to i pr. par* nnd propose » eh arte- for such city, wblch shall he sigut-d iv duplicate by thi members of snch Hoard, or a majority of I then aud returned, one c >py thereof to the Mayor! or other chief executive oincer of such c ty, aud the other m the Kccor.ler of Deeds of th' i county, huph proposed charter shall > then be published iv two daily papers of gem ral circu alio ,in uch city, for at least twenty da s; and wihin uot less than thirty diivst'fter such puhlicstion itshal l be sub ! milted o the qualified elt-c or> of such city, •it a general or special el otion, snd If a ma j .rity of such qualified c actors voting" t her-eat shall ntify ihe same, It shall there | after be submitted o the Li gi.sinture 'or its pproval o rejection as a whole, without I p wer of alteram not amendment; and if approved hy a n*j 'rity Tote of the members , ci ted t" each II use, it shall become th' cha ter ' f such city, or if such Oity be con sul duel v. lm n c v uty. then of sucn city and county, a'-d r.hali heC'-me the organic . Isw thereof, nnd sttper-ede any existing , charter, au.i all nmen'nients thereof, attd ail ;p cial laws Inconsistent witti such cliar •t r Acpy of such c inner, certitied by ihe Mayor, or chief * xecutive officer, au i an i th n io itert by tt e-eal of 'Uoh city, setting lorth ibesuhmUslou nf sucn charier to the 1 el. ctor-, nnd its ratifies lou by them, bail be made in >t uplic ite, aud den--sited. one iv the nthce oi the Secretary of S ate, the i ther, ■if er being recorU'd iv the - dice of 'he Re rord-r of Deeds if the county, anions the niclii es of ihe city. All Courts shall take j dicial notice tnerpof. Tne chatter so r t fl •• may be amend, d a' luterva's of not less than two yeft.it, by prop .sals therefor, submitted by legis stive authority of the Oity to the qualified vo'.ers thereo', at a von erd or special election held at le-st sixty days after the publication of such proposals, a d rn'itied by at leas' three-fifths of the qi 1 fled c ecu rs voting ths rest, and ap proved by the Legislature as heieiu pro tided for the approval ol tiie charter. In submitting auy sui hcharter, oramendment thereto, any alieruailve ar icle or pioposi ttou may be presented for the choice "f the voters, and may be voted ou separate)* witnout prejudice to others. Auy eitj containing a population ol mire thau ten thousand nnd not m re than one huudr. d thousand Inline , timts may frame a charter for its-own gov run em, con isteui win mil subject io Hie . Constitution nnd laws of this S;ate, by caus ing a bond of rltt en freeholders, w. o shall hive been for at lent five y. »rs qualified electorstoert f. to be elected by the quail , fi-.n v ters of said c ty, at auy gen-ml or sp.cial election, whose duty It shall be, within ninety days aiter sucn election, to pienare and piOpoM a chart -r for such cl y, which shall be signed in duplicate by.lie members ol such Board, or a majority ot them, and retuiued oue copy thereof to the Mayor, or Other cnlef executive of aid city, and the other to the Recorder of the county. Such proposed Charier shall ibeu be pub iisind in two daily pape-s of general circti Ist on in such city, for ut least twenty Qnyi! ami the nrst publication shall be nude with n tWi uty dayssfter the completi- v of ihsohs ler; and within not less than thirty days a ter such publication it shall be sub mll cd to the qu 11 fled electors ol said city, ata general or spicinl el«e lon, and if a ni j liiy of such qualified electors voting hereat shall r mfy the safne, it shall there alter bes ibnitted to the Legislature foriis approval or lejeoiiou as a whole, without po.ierof alteration or ameudm ut, and If approved by a majority voteof the member elected to each House, it shall become t c charter of such city and the organic law thereof, and hall supersede any exisiiui: charter, aud auy amendments thereof, aud a 1 Jf ical laws incon-istent with such ■ b r ter A copy of snch charier, certified by the Mayor, or chief execu.tve nfli. er.aud anth-n -ilcated by the seal of such c ty, selling forth the subml-siou of such charter to the electors, and it-ratification by them snail bp made in duplicate an denoslted, one lv the office ol i lie Secretary of State, and tne other, after b lug recorded iv said Kecnr der s office, -hail be deposited iv the Rich Ives of the city; aud thereafter all Cents simll take judicial notice of said charter lie charier so rallied may be ametided at intervals ol uot le-s than two years, bi pro posals therefor, submitted by the legislative sUlhi rity of the city to the qualhed electors thereof, at a geueral or special el. ctinu held at l 'asts x y days after ihe publlcatl n of such proposals and ratified by nt least three-fifths ol the qualified electors voting , thereat, and approved by the Legislature as herein provided for the approviil of the charter. In submitting any such charter or amendment thereto, any alternative article or proposition may be presented for tho choice of the voters, and ma" be voted on separately wl'hout prejudice to others. Now, therefore,pursuant to the provisions ' of the Constitution, and an Act ol tbe Leg islftturo, entitled "An Act to provide for the submission of certain proposed amend ments to the Constitution of the Btate here lnulter named, and which have been pro posed and adopted by the Legislature ofthe State of C ill torn IA, at the ses-lon beginning on January third, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, to the qualified voters of said State, at a special election to be called by the Governor for tbe twel th day of April eighteen hundred snd eighty-seven," tn' proved March r>th, 1887, the said amend ments are submitted to be separately voted up v, hy ballot, by the qualified electors ol the State, on TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1887. The said amendments are respectively designated: "Amendment Number One." "Amendment Number Two." "Amendment Number Three." Aud will, if adopted, be respectively deß iguated amendments numbers four, flee ' and six. In the order of ibeir rah mission aud the b'llo's used at such election must contain the wo-ds: "For the Amendment Number One." "For the Amendment Number Two," "F. r the Amendment Number Three." Or the words; "Against the Amendment Number Ooe." Sta c or California, ) StBCUTIVS Dlr' RTMSXT, 5 Sacramenio, Ma eh la, lss7 > Whereas, the Legislature of the State of California, at its twet ty-seveuth session, be ginning on tbe tbirtl day of January, A. D. eighteen hundred ant eighty-seven, two thirds of all the memb> rs elec td to each of the two Houses of aid Legislature voting iv favor th»reo r , prcpos d the follow'ng de scribed amendments to the Constitution of the State of California, to wit: AMENDMENT NUMBER. ONE. To propose to Ihe people of the State rd amendment to the Constitution of the State, relative to theJudiciaryDep.it meut. Rmehtd, That the Legislature of the State ot California, a- its regular season, com mencing on the third lay of J ininry, A. D. eighteen hundred and eight} seven, two ihirdsol all the in ruber* elected to c <eh of tbe Honses of said Legislature vo lug iv la ve r thereof, hereby propose that sec ions two and thiee of anlcie VI. of the Constitu tion of said Sta c be amended to read . s ■ follows: I S<ct>oa2. The S ip'C 'c Court sha l en sst of seven Justices The Assor : ate Jus tie, s of th» Su reme Conit, iv office at the t me of the adoption of this aineudment to the Coustitutiou an- hereby eoitin:ed in office as Justices of the Supteme Court or tne remainder nf the te mi to which they wire r< spe ; ti Ily el c cd. Ihe Jus'lers shall eleel one of tin ir nu ber to he Chef Ju tic . , aud hs shall ho d the office of Chief Jus ice of said court for a •< rm o' tw years At the expire! ou ..f the t rm of the Chief Ju*t cc first elected, aud every t vo years thereafter the luslices shall elect a Chief lUMaoa hire Ike erm of two ye rs. An entry of tie eiec 'on of su- h Chi* f Jus tice sha Ihe made iv the m notes ol the court aud signed by four Justices. When ever therealter a vacancy occtirs in the of fice ol Chief Justice, a like eh c ion-hall be had to hit such office f r the unexpired term, t he PuiTeme C tut umv sit lv de partmen's or lv bank, and shall always be • pen for ttie transaction id business 1 here s> a 1 be two department*, dcuomin ded. le -pectively, CspartmS'itOu< aud epartmeut two. The Cdef Justice shall assign three of the Instices to c eh departmeu*, and nch ns-lgnineut ma> be Ob* nged by bun f om time to tine. Ihe J s ices snal be competent tn sit. In either departm nt, aud may tnterc ange witu c eh other by a'ree meut nnioug Uemselves or as ordered by the Cnlef luatloe. E eh of the department* shall have the power to hear and determine discs and all qie-ti"i.s ar's'ng there 18, subject to the proviaioaa liereiuafte- con tained iv relation to th* Court iv bank. The pre-euce ol three Justict sstiall be necessary totraii6actaiivhustiesin.it erofthe de nanmeuts, except such as may ie done at ehamb-rs, and thecou urreuceof two Jus t'C-s shall he nsce.-s ry to prom-ui.ee a judgm"Ut. 1 he Ohie' Ju*t cc shall apportion the bu-h.ess to the depart 20SOU and m y, in his d scretlou. ord. r injt cause pendin - before the Court to be heard and decided by the Court In bank. Ti c order may be n ade before or after judgment pronouuee 1 by a department; but wi ere a c use has been al lotted lo i ne of the department.), and a judg ment pronou ced tiiete ti, the order mils be made within thirty days after such judg ment snd ooncurri d in b. t.injuries, mid if so made it shall have the effect to vsfl ite and set asi ie the judgment. Any four Justices may, eith r before or after judgment by r department, order a case io be he rd in Link. It the oider be not made wit iv the time ab've limited, the judgment shall be flual. No judgment by a department shall become final until to expiration of the period of thirty day a sforesald, unless ap proved by the Chief Ju-tlce. I . writing, with tbo concurrence ol two Justices. Tie Chief Justice may conve 'c ihe Court In tank at any time, aud shall be the presiding Ju-tice of the Court when so convs ned. The concurrence of lour Justices piescnt at the argument shall be nc: essary lo pronounce a judgment in bank: but If four lus lees, so present, do not concur lv a judgment, ihen »11 Ihe Justices qualified to sit lv the cause s.ia'l henr the argument; but 'o lenders ludgment a concurrence of four Judg-s shall be necessary. In the determination of causes all decisions of the Court in bank, or in departments, shall be given tn writing and tbe grounds ol the decision shall be staled. Tbe Chief Just c may sit in either department, and shall preside when so sitilug, but the Jtis'lees assigned to seen dep irtm-ut shall select one of their number as presiding Justine. In case of tbe absence of the Chief Jns'lce from the pl OS at which the court is held, or his Ina bility to act, the Associate Justices shal Se lect one ol the r own number io perform the duties and exerche the powers of tbe Chief Justic- during such absence or Ina bility lo act. The Supreme CourtCommls slou, crested by the actof the Legislatme, approved March twelftn, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, shall contiuu - and be a Su preme Court Commission for four years af ter the adoption of this amendment. Said commission may be continued for such time tbereaft r as maybe fixed by an act passed by a vote of two-thirds of theelected members of each House of tbe Legislature, and approved by the Governor. Tbe mem bers thereof and Secretary shall be ap pointed as lv said act provided; and sucb commissioners shall be subject to removal in like manner as the Judges of tbe Su preme Couit Said commission shall bave the same power to hear and determine 'causes possessed by a department ol ihe Supreme Court, and causes may beaasigoed to the commission lo ihe same manner they are assigned In n department, aDd sfter de cision tbey may be ornered beard in bank In the same wav, and with like restric'inns as jf dcci ed in department. The Judg ments of tbe commission shall be entered as tt c judgments < t the court. The cem mlssln shall sit at snch times Hnd plsces as may be designated by the cc rt, hut such commission, rs shall not exercise auy l"dici»i functions except wheu assem bled aa a commission, and then they shall only have power to bear and deter mine sucheauses as may have been assigned to them. Sections. The Justices of the Supreme Conn ahall be elected by tbe qualified electors of theStnte st large, st tbe general Sta'e elections and the times and places at hVtt^ve^fr^ A LONG-FELT WANT SUPPLIED! QWING TO THE FACT THAT THERE ARE A GREAT MANY ERRORS V msde in taking assessments of property, by the owners not being familiar with making out statements, or not having time to attend to doing so, I have concluded to make a specialty of that branch of business, aud will take charge of the property of all who wish, at a reasonable fee, Having had SEVEN 11 Alts' EXPERIENCE In tho assessing of property and tbe collection of taxes, I feel that I can watch after tho interests of those who employ me perhaps bettor than they could themselves and save them time and money. Those who wish to leave tbelr property In my hands will please call at the office of PARCELS AGUIRKE A CO., 12 Court Btreo\ or ad dress me at above place. n, s. PAHCKL* D,r6 " lm Ex-City Tax Collbctor. H.W.MIIvIvS, 18 COURT STREET, HAS FOR SALE AT .A. BAEGAIN •A. □F'Jbl W LOTS Near the depot grounds of the A. T. & S. F. R. R. Co. Also, 1000 acres near Ballona Harbor. Two business lots on North Main Street. One lot on Upper Main Street. Two lots on jFourth Street. WM. T. COLEMAN & CO., Shipping and Commission Merchants San Francisco, New York, Chicago. AGENCIES OF WM. T. COLEMAN & CO. AT London, Liverpool, Astoria, Or., and Los Angeles With agents and brokers In every commercial city of prominence in the Union. OUR LOS A^GrELE9 AGENCY Makes a specialty ol handling the products of Southern California. WINES, BRANDIES, OR4NGES, RAISINS, ORIED FRUIT, HONEY, CANNED FRUIT, HONEY, ETC., EIC. for Ro* al Baking Powder, Walter Bakei & Co's Chocolate, Kingsford's Oswego fctarch. Also, agents for American Oil Company* Whale Oil Soap. WM. L. LOCKE, Manager Los Angeles Agency, "Against the Amendment Number Two " "Against the Amendment Number Three." Written or printed thereon. Apd the Boards ot Supervisors of each of the respective counties of the State are hereby directed to appoint otli-ers of elec tion and cause tho polls to be opened, by proclamation, on said TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1887, At each of the election precincts ol their re tractive counties, pursuant, to the statute of the State in suoh case made and pro vided: Bald election to be conducted, and the Mums thereof duly certified to the -ecrolary of State, at the Stale Capitol, Sac rameuto, in like manner aa Is provided by law In the electiou of -Hate officers (other than Governor and Lieutenant-Governor). And I do hereby offer a rew>id of one hundred dollars for tbe arrest and convie- Ron of any and cvfcrv person violating any nf the provisions of Title IV, Parti, of the Pens' Cede; si eh rewards to be pnld lint'l tbe total amount expended hereafter forthe purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. Witness my hand and the great seal of the State, the d* and ntt B'SI written. WASHINGTON BARTLETT, [seal) 'loveruor. Attest: WM. c. HENDttIcKX, Secretary ol state. By H. B. DAVIDSON. Deputy. mlStd The Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county hereoyglve notice, pursuant to the proclaraatl. v of the Governor of the State of California, tbat an election will be held throughout Los Angeles county on Tuesday, the lath nay of April, 1887. The polls must be ore: ed one hour after sunrise en the morning of the dsy of elec tion, and must be kep'. open until sunset of tbat day, wheu the s-ime must be closed, at wMch elect! n Ihe qualified electors throughout the county of Loa Angeles nrc to vote on the following propositions, viz: Trie amendments to tho Constitution, which are respec lvely designated "Aineudmem Number One:" "Amendment Ni mher Two." "Amendmeut Number Three." Aud it Is hereby ordered that the polls he op ned for the purpose set forth In the fore going proclamation at the places herein named, and the following namtd per-otis aro hereby appointed inspectors nnd judges o! said election, viz: Anal elm—At Planters' Hote 1 ; Theo. Kirn pan, inspector; .1. P. Zeyu and H. L. Pa:y, judges Arte-in—At schoollnuse; James Hay, in -pec or; J. E. Oourtuey and a K. Coward, judge. ,\/. ica— At Central Schoo'house; J C. We-t. inspector: John Sucltou and Johu MtNlsh, judges. Cahueugft—At schoolhntite; Thos. Smith, iusp> ctor; A. Hnbliug and .hum:. L. luckcr, j idge.-. Oou pton—At Haylnck Hotel; A. P. Beut le., Inspect ir; Johu A. Bullis and J. J. Mo: -lon. judges. cieuega—At Park Station; William Dry deu. insncetor; F. X Slaughter and 8. M. Davidson, judaes. D twuey—At Cochriu'* office; t N. Cnch ran, Inspsotot; X M. Mathews and W. T. East, j dges. Duar c— At scSoolhouse; A. U. Miller, in spector; W. P. Wrlgh' aud L. Barnes, judges. Xl Monte—A' Dodson's Hot-1. M. 8. Wtl "t n iusnector; J. T. Haddux aud J. C. llau uon, j idem. slizsbeth Lake—At schoolhouse; David K'ZWell, |i spector: M. H. Cralne and Jas. Hefner, judges Fiir sks—At. FRir Oaks Schoolhons"; M. D. P dn'er, in pector; I. N Sewell and C. D. Curtis, j'idges. Fl'Tmco-Al schrolhouse; J. F. Durrell, inspector; G. W. Judeu aud G. A. Blakeslee, judges , Kountain Valley—At schoolhouse in Wil 'owb: Patterson Bowers, Inspector; J. M. Chapman aud Criab Martin, judges. Frulilsnd—>'schi o house; Ben Colling, tuspec i»j J. W. Batcheller and J. M. Moni gomery, judges. Garden Grove - A' schoolhouse: J. D. Price, inspector; Dr. H. W. Head aud D. W'tbster, judges. Gtrvanzo—At hotel; A. W. Palmer, in spector; Sam Corwin and F. M. Prince, judges. Lane'Ste'—At schoolhouse; J. G. Wlcker shsm, iu-pector; sherer and George .c >rge, judges. Lang's S ation—At schoolhouse; W. H. Thomas, inspector; A.J. Smith and Johu uinA judges. La R illoua—At schoolhouse; Anson Rose, lusp ctor; J. L. Machado aud J. Saenz, j tinges Los Nie'os—At schoolhnu.e; C. A. Coff man, Inspector; E, poyoreuo aud William Kufsetl, judges. Law V,:«i,'h-At Vijtr Hotel; Dolrres Vejar. inspector; J Crevistoa aud B, Botil lei, judges. Ldu< heach—At Long Beach Hotel; E. A. Tee , iuspector; J. W. B.xby and A. A. Lewi*, judges. L..una— Vt sehoolhnuse; H. 8 Thompson, inspector; W. H. Brooks and E.J. French, judges. 700 Acres in Los Angeles DIVIDED INTO ONLY 1300 LOTS! PRICES OF LOTS. Up to 100 Feet Front, $130. Half-acre Lots, $200. From 1-2 to 1 Acre, $300. From 1 to 4 Acres, $400. 3 Acre Lots, $7SO. rEKMS—One-flfth cash, balance in eirrht equal monthly payments, with* oat interest. These prices will continue only until June 1, 1887, when they will positively be advanced. All who purchase before that date will have the benefit of the advanced prices. The entire tract is beautifully situated, with a charming view, pure air and water and perfect drainage. The Ostrich Farm Dummy Railroad runs through the tract, with a five-cent fare guaran teed to and from the center of the city. This road will be completed to the tract July 1,1887. Pure and abundant water will be piped through all the streets The title to tne property is absolutely perfect. A complete abstract will be kept in the office of the Company for the inspection of all purchasers, and a certificate of title will be furnished to each buyer with his deed. This tract is situated upon the hills, which are rapidly becoming the most desirable residence por tion of the city. The soil is a warm, sandy loam, free from frost, being in what is known as the warm belt. The elevation is such thai the tempera ture is more even than in the city. NOTE—THE FIRST PURCHASERS HAVE FIRST CHOICE. Free carriage to the tract every day from the office of the agents, at 9A. M. and 1:30 P. M. Maps and circulars and all information can be had from Byram & Poindexter, Managers. 27 WEST f'l It NT STREET, BANK BLOCK. Reference, by permission: Los Anqki.es National Bank. 6m Cold Storage Beef at Chino Ranch Market, 40 South Spring Street, Nearly opposite New City Hall. sMp-Thlsbeef Is fattened on the oelebrated Chino Ranch, killed at the celebrate* Chino Hanch Slaughter House (formorly Kstudillo A Pico) n• ur town, and placed In tht pooler athos Angelos Ice Works, from whence it ia delivered to customers direct, aftei having hung there two days, or two weeks, as maybe desired. Guaranteed to be prlmt and fresh and pcs! lively .'.-cc from all animal heat. BICH AM BUUt, Proprietor TH FPt'Pa'F 9T*. •n?l> LOS ANGELKS CITY. Fir-t PreclLct—At East Los Angeles Hose House, J. M. Thorn -s. Inspector; D. W. C. X «uk ins nud X H Chapmin, judges. I SeeouU Precinct—At southern Ho.el, C. B Wuodhead, iu-ptetor; Thorn is Gots aud Jos. Mullaily, judges. Tnird Precluut—At White House, Frank M net), iu>ptc.or; John AClUeaudK Mu louy.j idgei. Fuunh Pn clnct—At Court House. L Blx by, iuspector; Chts. K. Day aud Cnarles Uonltar, judges. Klflu Precinct—At Confidence Engine, J. W Wolfskitl, inspector; H. D. Barrows aud O H Bliss, judges, Sixth Freemct—At Turnverein Hall, 3. B. Casw 11, iusptcoT, Charles MaltbyaudJ. A. Gra es, jttug s. eleventh Peeiuc— At Martin & Klchen bach's store, Capt. Wm. Moi re, Inspector; and George J. Dulton and Charles Parcel-, J dges. lusutti Precinct—At Morris Vioevard Ho c House, .1. H >-t. wart, iv pector; Joiiu U. Vonua aud c. J Enis, jug. s. 'Ninth Precinct— At Cummuigs' store, D. X lli es, inspector; Ueorgs Uuuisßiuga and E. 11 S lUder.ou, juoge*. ienth Preeii c.—At Six'h street rsr s'a- Mob, J X loberuiau, inspector; S. C. Uuu bellaod I.e. O'Neil judges. Monte Vista—At school house, K. G Par ish, ii..- pector; T. VaJd.s aud J. S. Simmons, judges, Newport— At Newport store; A P KuiTel in.-pector; A. Co.c and J. H.. Moeeser, judg s. fiewhall—At Boynton Hall I J R. Murphy, ' u.-t.e ■tor, Ch. Learning and M .McCormick, lodges, Norwalk—At Vai cc's shop; M G Settle, iv peotor; T. D. dacketi aud S. G. B„k t r judges. 01 Mission—At Bnjse's store; J. H. Tem ple, ioapeator; J. I>. Durlee and G. D. Aic Craig, judges. Orau».—At Orarge Hotel; N Hamilton, luspector; T. J . Lockhart aud li. W. oquiies. judg, s. Pa,adeua—At Williams' office; K. WU lism>,'uspector; J. W. wood and A. (j. Bris tol judgtß Pomona—At office of J. E. McCnmas; J. L. overtou, iusptctur; J. G. i\eid and I. C Thomas, judges. Kaveua—At schoolhouse; D. A. Wagner, ir snector; James Kubertson and G. I>. Rush, judges Rowland—At store; J. A. Haskell, in spector; J. W. Hudson and Al Rowland, Judges. ■sa Fernando—At Mnclay Hall; H. W. Grlswold, inspector; A. C. Hall aud H. C Hnbbnrd, ludges. Sau Pedro— At Phillip AElsen's store; Geo. Ii Peek, iv p-c or; W. H. Moulthrop and Fred Burkle, judges. San Antonio—At shoolhouse; N. M.Shir ley, inspector; F. J. Barretto and F. K. Cock, judg s 8m Gabriel—At Baylcy's Hotel; R. J.Bay ley, iuspi ctnr: o. A. Stevens and J. a. Cooper, judges. Bauta Aua—At Laym«n's Hot l; George W. Freeman, Inspector; K. 11. Dibble aud H. Neill, juoges. Spsdra—At hotel; A. H. Tufts, inspector; George M. Smith and James M. Fryer, judges. B*n Juan—At schoolhouse; J.R.Congdon, inspector; H. G. Kosenbaum and M. A. I'orster. judges. Santa Monica—At Santa Monica Hotel; George B ehme, Inspector; H. It. Tanner and L. J. Glroux, judges. Sepulveds— At uleudale scho'ilhou«e; J F. linns moor, Inspector; E. T. Byram and Kobert Devlne, judges. Sierra Mud re At schoolhouse; P.T. Reed Inspector; «. 11. Hosiner and W. B. Crlsn. ludges. South Pasadena—At schoolhouse; O. R Dnnvherty, Inspector; David Collier and L. C. Winston, judges. Silverado—Ai s. hoolhwso: J. E. Pleas ants, lnspec or: Isaac Harding and F. p Carpenter, judges. Tußtlu—at Tustln's store; c. vy. Wilcox Inspector; George Irvine aud H. L. Eddy judges. " Trabueco—At choolhouse; P. W. Straw tu-pector;J E. Crane and W. K. Ruliusou' judges. ' Veruon—At schnolhou-e; R. KnowltO" juo P cs' 0r; Jame " "addotk and Johu Moorei \Vestminster- At schoolhouse; E S House nspeetor;J. M. CLik and 8 j judves. **u*ujr, Wllmington-At Railroad B*l on- John M - J S° h G n ,^olnr":~ilu'""^ t> 2 me - L - w - Klrhv.ln jjoges " PB Yorba aud w ' Haien, By order of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county. California pervuo ™ ol V. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. COUNTRY HOMES for SALE. A LARGE NUMBER OP THE CHOICEST tracts of Improved grape, fruit aud farm land! in 'be county; near Norwa k railway station, only lti miles from Los Angolas, in lota of 6, 10, 2<>, 30, 40 or more acres to suit. Within tbe year they will be, worth double the prices now asked. BUYERS ARE INVITED TO COME TO NORWALK AND ENJOY A FREE RIDE To the numerous tracts from which to select. All Inquiries bt Letter Promptly Answered. J. W. Van Slyek, Agent, Jalldawt! Noiwalk, Cal. ESTATE OF B"SAN GOODWIN, DE censed.—Notice is hereov giveu by the undersigned, -dmiuistr-tor of the estate of Sus n Goodwin, deceased, to the credit' rs of, mid persons having claims sg .inst the said decessed, to exhtb t tl cm » ith the necessary vouchers, wiililn fur months after the publication of this not'ce, to the ssid administrator, at the office of Smith A Clnik, Ko ms Sr2 and 93, Te" pie Slock, In tbe city and county of Los Aneelcs ' OHCEGOO WIN. Adm'nl«trator rf the estate of Susan Good win, deceased. ■ Dated nt Los Angeles March 8,1887. ma lm. MICE TO CREDITORS! ESTATE OF MARY C. PARKER DE cea-cd—Notion is hereby given by the v dersigned, administrators of the estate of Mary 0. Parker, deceased, to tho creditor of and all persons having cist" sagainst the said decease', to exhibit them, with tbe ueessary vouchers, within four months af ter the first publication of this notice to said adminls'r'tors nt the ■ Rice of F R. >Villfn, No. 221 North Main street, Downey Block, in the nlty of Los Ange'es, county of Los Aneu e>, State of Culifor- i t, tbe same b»lng the place for the transaction of the bu-iuess nf said estate. Datsd at Loa Augeles, Cal., Feb. 21, 1837. Z. IEcK'F, Administrator of the estate of MaiyC. Par ker, deceased. F R. WILLIS, BWWt At'omev or- Arlmt 'N'ratnT. MOfICE TO CREDITUttij. 111'TATE OF AMOS TRAVIS, DECEASED. \i NttlC" Is hereby giveu by the under stoned, administrator <f the estate of Amos Travis, deceased, to the creditors pf. ana all persons having claims against the said diee.sid.to exhl'it ihem with the nwos sary vouohers, within fur mouths after the fl-stpnbl entim. of tbis no.ioe. to the said Administrator at the oftlce of Smith and Chirk Temple Block, 'he same be ng the piscrfir™^ s.ld estate in th» « «J"tT Admini.trator of the Estate of Amos Travis, J^ioaAngeles^rchL^^ I ALEX. r-ENNKY OTTO BRODTBECK. BRODTBECK & PENNEY, —Successors to— McKoon & Brodtbeck, NO. II N. BPRINQ STREET, Have a largo list of bargains In choice City ">d Country Property IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED, Which they " 111 he ploased to show to their cv turners. They also hare MONEY TO IX)AN ON KE.IL ESTATE SECURITY. febe-U | i.mvi.. NOTICE To the Stockboldera of tbe Los Angeles Gas Company and to all othera interested. Notice la hereby given tbat a meeting of the stockholders ol the Los Augeles Gas Company has been called by the Directors of sold Company t > be held at the office of the Company at Number 9 Sonora street, in the city ol Los Augeles, California, at 10 o'clock A. h., ou Tuesday the 29th day ol March, A. D., 1887, for the purpose of taklngr Into consideration aud II deemed neocssary or advisable to provide for tho calling in or redemption of the present outstanding bond8o( the Company and the issu.nceol other or now bonds iv Hon thereo', and also for the issuance and sale of other ai d addi tional bo ds of said Compiny to raise monoy with which to pay off and discharge tho ludebtcdnceB of said Company eocrneo and to accrue for and on account of the en largement and Improvements uf the works •tnd "plant" of said Company made or being made. That the amount to which It is pro posed to increase such bonded indebted ness is the sum of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. By order of Iho Board of Directors tbis day made, dated Los Angeles, California, the 18th day of January, A, 1), 1887 . . CHaS. ELLERY, Id Secretary of Los Angeles gs C' innany Miie lor Publication. T AND OFFICE, LOS ANGELES, FEB JU ruary 16, 18»7-Notice le hereby given Hint the io lowing named settler has filed notice of his intent! n to make final proof in support of Mi claim, and tbnt said proof will bo made before the Register and Be celver at Los Augeles, Cal., on April 16, 1887, viz : SOLOMON BHIRPSER, Homestead Applicatlnr No. 1007 for the lot of lot fc, and TS.% of lot 1, secii n 4, township li north, ra go 12 west, 8. B. M. He names ths following witnesses to prove I is cjutlnuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, said l»ud, viz: J Watkius, Geo Helpli, C. C. Jeffries, 11. Marti ou, oi A'p uo otatiou. J. D. BKTIUNE, Register. f26 Temple Street Cable Railway Com pany. T OCATION OF PRINCIPAL PLACE OF Ai business, L* s Augeles, California. M tice is hsreby given that at a meeting of the Dip ct'.rs. held on tile 26th d«y oi Feb ruary,lBB7 an nssessmen ol two.tollHrssnd < i y Cents per share wus levied upon tbe cpltal stock of the co-poratiou, p y-n c Immediately lo the ieerelsrt of ssid Com inuy. at hla otlice. No. 25 Temple btrtet, city of Los Augeles. Any stock upon which this assessment shall pinnin unpaid on the 3 th day of M»'Cb, 1887, will be delinquent aud adver tised for sale at public auction, ami unless pay ment Is made bt fore, will be sold ou the .Utn nay of April, 1887, tn pay the delin quent assessment together with costs oi ad vertisiug aud expenses of sale. F. w. WOOD, Secretary Temple Street Cih'c Railway Company, Otlice,2s Terrple Street. if] td Settee of ioiejlusurc bale »o.' 5273. JOSFFA A. DE CE'IB ET AL, PLAlN tiffs, vs Geo. X Porter et al, defeud auts—Sncritl's sale under decree of fore closure. Uutter and by virtue of an execution is sued out oi the Superior Court ol the county of Loa Ai geles on tbe 2d day of Ma>cb, A. 1). 1887, upru a decree of foreclosure oi a mort gage lv the above entitled action, lv which said HCtI"U a decree was rendered and en tered on the 10th day of May, 1 84, against George K. Porter et al, lor tt c ft reclosure of a mortgage for the sum ol $7724 44 ai d upon which inert- waa paid ou the ltith day of May, 1864, the sum of $5948.82, leaving a balance due of 1177612, with interest lrom said date at 7 per cci.l. per annum, 1 am commanded to sell all the right, t lie and IntSleat which the said George X Porter had on the 14th day oi June, IsTti, or which he has siuce acquired iv Ibat Ot rtaiu tract of land in the county of Los Angelas State • d Cull orniti, and teing that portion ot tbe Kniicho Ex-allsslou nau Kruundo, de scribed as follows, to wit: Beginning tit the punt whero the sonth line ol sectlou twenty-nine l'-J), pwnahtp two (2) north range fourteen (14) west San Bernardino in* rtdinn, inters- eta the east bmtudary Hue of s id raucbo; thence north 8° we t thre - bundled and forty-two (842) chains to stall.n numb r tbree (8)of final survey of sitl l ratio, o as mads 1 by the G <v ernment ol the United sta'cssm! shown by tnepatt&tol satdranoho; theuce south %P vieot tea and fittv i.v. ored lis (10 60-100) chillis to station number d ur (4) of said survey; thence Birth SzV we. t woi lx-eue and li ty-huiidredtiis (VI 50-100) chains to station number (6) of said sur ey; thence DOnh 74i. s ° w-st six y-iour (.4) cha ns to >iatiou number six (8) oi said survey; ibe-ce s tiih *21%° we t forty-nine 6U- 00 (ly 60-100) Chains to station utiir.ner even (7)oi b'ia survey; thence uonh 41° west tw uly two.Oloi (29 60-100) chilu- to sta ll v number eight (S) m s .id survey; thei.ee n irth iW w 'St twelve (131 chains io slntlun number nine (9) of said u-vey; thence north three (8) dearees weit rilyth-ee 5 -iiO(s3 50-iM) ehama to stailou number tend )"' s id stirsc--; th-nce north uo° ea-t-'x (6) cliaius to st tion number eleven (ll)oftaiO ■ urvey; hence noitb lt>H°e*Bl oue liuudii d aud five ( 68) cb iv» to st li .n uuuiber twelve (12): t cure uoMhiV°west (so)eign y chains to atailon unmber ihiiteen (13) oi ssiu snrve,; thence south ri,° west twe hniidied and seve tj-~ x (27ii) eh ins to station fourteen (14) ot sa d survey: tnenee n rth one huuured aud thirty-two ~(i 2) chains t > station numner fiitee • (16) if snd survey; Thence south *'t%° *i st, twenty (2°) chains to tv- poiu. wbsre the said Ist lm o' tbe h und try ol s ild raucho lute-sects 'he east erly J lie of the lands of Ihe right of way of the Southern P eirie Hal road Company through sni.l ranabu Thence L>.lowing su d easterly line id sad r.g t of way until ihe sac ■e inlets- cs t- c sou :i line frl c. ctlou t-teiy-nine (49), mwushlp tbree(B) north, ranite fifte.u (16) we.-t. inn Heruardiao meridian, thence south on tb-- section line ( ) mile to section" Mi. r '0-11 14 -5, township two ( ) norih, ran re fifteen (t5) .est, Snii Beriiatdlno meridiin Th-nce west one mi.c to section c me- 9 10 1-116, owuship two ( ) - erth, muse fifteen (15) we t, rtitn Bernardino meridian iieme south three (8) ml es to section corner 28 v7 :<3 34 Theuce essi no the section line tour (-1) miles aud sixty(uu) cnamsto the pace of "eglnutug, OOOtsmii f sixteen thotts'ind and five hiiii'ited (lti.ftO) acres, a little m re or less, cxc tiding therefrom the right of way of the southern Pacific Ktllroid Company through S'td tract, the Sams ucng « po tlon of to lands di scribed in the mortgage fore cln c I iv this action Public no ice Is "errby f?' v en that on Tuesday, tha 6th day of April, A. D 1887, nt 12 i> c■ ck M. of tna day, lv Iron! of the (lour.house door of the County of Log An ge es, on Spring street, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree ot fore closure end sale, sell the above describ'-d p operty. or so m cli t' ereof rs uihv be necessary to satfsfv said j-ulg" cut, with intete-t and costs,etc., to tne highest and best bidder tor cash, in lawful money of tbe Uuited States Dated this sun cay of March, 1887. •UMLB 0 X tVS, Sheriff of Los Aug les County. " NOTICE TO CREDITORS.