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above the real increase ir A values by
a single cent. Such 'a spectacleis)
sublime in its result"*. Where else
on earth baa such,'a, Tesult been par
alleled? The ne'y year begins Btill
more in California, and
if the present \ a te of increase of capi
tal and property values continues in
the State the increase in wealth iv
1887 w'dl be *500,000,000. Why
should not California be called the
Gold en State Tf Her yield ef gold is
constant from her thousand mines,
'jut the increase in value of property,
and the importation of capital from
abroad to invest permanently added
to the products of the forests and the
soil almost make one forget that the
State has the greatest gold fields and
rocks ot the world. Probably the
gold and silver yields so necessary
and so rewarding do not amount an
nually to one twentieth part of the
, increase of the wealth of the State,
but yet the result is the same in
profit, whether made from the soil or
: the mine, and California maintains
i and will maintain ber well-earned
name of the "Golden State."
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The Golden Land.
Immediately after the acquisition
of California by the United States,
*nd ber admission as a state of the
American Union, ber name, "The
Golden State," was given tp the new
commonwealth and accepted as most
Appropriate at home and abroad on
account of the golden nuggets that
were washed from her river and ar
royo seco beds and the bllifts that
aligned them. No attention was given
to other sources of wealth in her vast
territory. .Their value now so vast
was entirely overlooked and the dis
tant land to the statesmen of the East
appeared only as a golden cloud
floating in the western sky. Those
who happened to be in Washington
on a beautiful summer afternoon in
the elegant Senate chamber of the
United States in the year 1850, will
remember that when Wm. H. Seward
ro-e to speak on the bill for the ad
mission of California as a state in the
American Union, and was recognized
by Vice-President AY. R- King, a low
hush prevailed in the hall, gallery,
and diplomatic circle. All eyes were
turned to the classic statesman to
catch the words that fell from his
lips. Many Californians were there,
who like the Senator have long since
passed over to the majority. It was
thought that this speech would tui n
the scale and decide the fate of the
new commonwealth, and a large and
eager audience filled the galleries and
tbe expectant state officers were ac
corded seats on the floor of the Sen
ate. The Senator said: "Mr. Presi
dent—Let California come in. Every
new state from the east or the west,
from the north or the south is always
welcome; but California, coming
irom the land where the West dies
away in the rising East; California,
which bounds at once the empire and
tbe continent; California the youth-
fnl Queen of the Pacific, with ber
virgin robes of freedom gorgeously
inlaid with gold is doubly welcome."
The rare felicity and poetic senti
ment of the Senator's exordium
created quite a sensation, and
some applause, which was prompt
ly suppressed. The crowning
sentiment which completed the beau
tiful figure was gold. That most val
uable metal was all that was recog
nised as the glory of California for
many years; but in these later years
bow great the change! The produc
tion of gold and silver in the State is
set down by the State Mineralogist at
$15,229,080.02, which evidently does
not include a large amount of gold
and silver ore shipped to reduction
works in other States for reduction
and refining. The gold yield at times
has been higher for a short period,
but at present the normal yield of the
mines of gold and silver in California
is somewhere between eighteen and
twenty millions of dollars.per annum
This to many persons might seem a
large product for a State to produce
of wealth to ship abroad, but it is a
very "vulgar fraction" when com
pared with the wealth which the
State is regularly producing and re
ceiving. The lumber interests are
now producing more gold than the
mines, and the grain yield exceeds
it three times over, while the grape,
brandy, wice, raisin, wool, and citrus
and deciduous fruits, exceed the gold
product ten fold. The innumerable
products of the soil are continually
pouring wealth into the lap of Cali
fornia at a rate that to an outsider
seems fabulous. The increase of
wealth shown by the report of the
State Controller appears as follows:
Real and personal property of Cali
fornia at tbe time of admission of the
Stite, $71,638,486. This was of course
ia 1850. In 1886 tbe valuation is
$968,383,832, is to-day less
than one-fourth the cash value of the
property assessed. Durtng the
past year the increase of value
in the landed property of the State
his been the greatest of any year in
the history of California. The in
crease of railway property has been
immense. There has been built about
four miles of steam railway per day
daring the year, which, with the
equipment, would make an increase
of over 150,000,000 of property in
1886 from that item alo .c. Then the
investments in buildings and other
permanent improvements during the
year have amounted to more than
$200,000,00>, which would make a
total increase of wealth daring the
year of not less than $300,000,000.
Hue amount is made up of a thous
and different elements and ia not
•W-ysp SFJIOiAL MEETING.—LOS m\
\i& Angeles Lodge No. 42, Rtl..*,
M., THIS (Wednesday) EVENINO,XX
March 2 d, at 7 :SO sharp, for work in' ~\
Second Degree. Sister Lodges aud all F. C. '
Masons iv good standing are cordially in
vited to attend. By order of the W.M.
It D J, CARR, Secretary.
jflg ANftiBLES DATTjY rNIAiiCH 23. 1887.
?LEIBHING-HUBBARP-At tbe residence
of Kuights Bros , -ii Ducommun street,
Msrch 21, )BS7. by the Rev. WsJ. A.
Knighten, Wirt E. Fleishtue to Mrs. Katie
i Hubbard, both Of Los Angeles.
FUNERAL NOTICES ONE DOLLAR.
HALL—In this city, March
J. Hall, mother ot Charles V. Hall aud
Mra. Capt. Wm. Moore; aged ,0 years and
Funeral will take place to-day at 2 r. M ,
at Captain Mooro's residence on Wathlng
ton street, betweeD Wolfskill and Alameda.
Fiienda of the family are invited without
DE LA OSSA-At the Mission San Gabriel.
March 22,1867. Macloviade laOssa, sister
to Mrs. Chas. Durf c and Mrs Dan Kevaue,
aged 80 years and 3 months
The friends of the family are invited to
attend her funeral Thursday, March 24,
1887, st 10 a. M. from her mother's residence
at Mission Sau Gabriel, without further
nOtlCe • „^_^_«—
"Wanta," " Personals," and other adver
tlsementa under the following heads in
serted at too rate ol 5 cents per line for
esch insertion. ____
~ WANTED— HELP.
ANTED-A STRONG BOY. APPLY
Vinegar Works, 341 Upper Main st,
WANTED— A GOOD I AILOK SI EAuY
work. Apply to J. Key, Pa- adeo*
507 08 tJIKL IO DO UP-Si'Alt.S
work. Call between the hours 8 aud
12 t M.,atl M. BELLMAN'S, N. W. corner
Tenth and Hill. rr.222t
ANTED —TEAMS FOR GRADING. AP
ply to E. 0. BL'RUNGAME, No. 8,
Beaudrv avenue. uilo-lm
LABORERS WANTED—WO MEN. TEAM
store, sh-'velers pickers aud roctmeu;
on the new railroads five miles from Pomo
na, six miles from Anaheim.,, w a*os *2 pr
day. Board *1.50 per week. GRANT BROS.
Contractors. mlB [j
ANTED AT ONCE-FIRST CLASS LP
holster and mattress msker. Apply
CALIFORNIA Up HOtS TB RING CO.. 222
Downey A- c.. East Los Angeles. ml 7 tf
117 ANTED —4 IRONEES AT EXCELSIOR
W Steam Laundry rn!7 tf
WANTED -. It iVELEK FOR WINE
VV trade. Must be well acquainted. Will
be required to take a limited partnership
and invesi $1500 Address Bonaflde. P O.
Box 1034. Loa Angeles, Cal. mlfj 2w
WO APPRENTICES TO LEARN MlL
liu»ry; al-o, two makers wanted. Ap
ply at MRS. DELKR, 22 West First street,
L"S Auge es, Cal. m 9 tf
ANTED—FIRST CLABs MALE AND
female h-lp constantly at 35 South
Spring street. Telephoue 561. m4-lm
H Al BOOK-KEEPER WISHES A Po
sition. Address 11. M. T„ 139 South
Main. mlB 7t
A WELL EDUCATED YOUNS MAN WANTS
a place iv an office or otherwise. Is a
good penman. Address JAMES HERON,
0 stcflioe, Los Angel"* m92-M
i.<E* A Lb UuuKs, WAI I KKS, C tt AMBER
r maids, uur-cs, s-ainstress, &c Sic,
furnished on shoit notice by Mmc Smith,
No. 7 North Main street. f24-lm
A~N TED — COLLATERAL TO LOAN
money on, at Union Loan Ottlce, No.
1 North Main street m4-lm
"til aNIEU— .Uul) HORSE UK Hott-K
tv and phaeton comDleie. Must be young,
sound aud safe for lady to drive. Apply
Thuredav alteruoou. Room 2, Wilson Block.
m 23 It.
■ ANTED - A SAD IiLE HORSE, f£k No.
20 Wilmington .tree. m 22 7t
WANTED— BIliS FOR BURNING A KILN
of brick, or fo - furn shing -10,000 brick
on the new University gro.i ds, at the east
ern limits of thect'y. Aj ply to 8. H. WEL
LEK, 18 Court street, President Board of
trustees. mlB 7t^
WANTED— A SECOND HAND SPRINK-
Iing c »rt- Ad ! ress i r apply tr Ouca
monga Fruit Land Co., room 3, Downey
Block. _ mslf
W' ANTED— PUPILS FUK PI IN6, ORGAN
and voice taught in tbe most thorough
manner. Terms, $5 per month. Beginners,
iv classes of two or three, $3 per month.
Siiisf«etion gusranteed ormoney refunded.
For i.articulais call al HO WnlUtreet. I9Bt'
WANTED— TO~EXCHANGE, A FINE Up
right piaun for desirsble residence
(i s. Call al 413 Soulh Olive sirect. fTTtf
tt *AN rED—II,OOO, $3,'"00 AND $5,0.0 ON
Tv different improved property st once:
ktate lowest rate of Interest. "BORKOW
ER,"P.» O. Box lMt, La Angeles, Cal.
O LEI—NEW MOUSE OF "4 KuuMs,
P.r'iculars, H. B. ADAMS, 18 Commer
cial street. m22-2t
TO RENT-SIX-ROOM CO T TAGE.FAR IT V
furnished, ou Boyle Height.. BiND
hOLT & CH., 230 North Main street. m2O-tf
FO R RENT —A gTm5l5 SEVEN-ROOM,
i.ard-tinished house, part y lv nished,
tnree and a half mil s from courthouse Ap
ply to ADAMS Si oON, room 11, .75 N. Spring
TO E'NT — TWO STORY, TEN-RuoM
bouse, whole or iv floors; pleasant loca
lion; ten minutes from city hall by S xth
street cars. Apply 7 BELLEVUE PLACE.
m 22 4t
By announcement in the tele
graphic dispatches to the Hkkai.d it
will be scon that the Board of Inter
state Rudway Commissioners is now
made complete;, and consist* of
Thomas M. Cooley of Michigan, Win.
R. Morii'on of Illinois, Augustus
Sclioonmaker of New Yotk. and Al
dace *. Walker of Vermont, and
Walter L. Bragg of Alabama.
Inquiry has been made if the bill
known as the Wright Bill, permitting
individuals as well as corporations to
carry water for irrigation or domestic
use across the lands of other parties,
had been signed by the (iovernor ?
The bill has been signed and is now
a law of the State of California.
"The Illustrated Herald."
This publication, by-far the mostsuperior
uumber yet issued, is ready for delivery,
and can bo purchased of all newsdealers
aud at the Herald Counting Rooms.
11l every city, after it'has reached a cer
tain size, a size considerable under that
which Los Angeles has attained, one par
ticular feature Is always noticeable; name
ly, the center of the city becomes entirely
devoted to businesa and the residences are
gradually pushed out into tho suburbs
and surrounding country, while one part
becomes "par excellence" the fashionable
quarttr to reside in. We cau see this tak
ing place to-day iv Los Augeles and the ten
dency has not escaped the shrewd eyts of
tho real estate agents [and specu ators. On
all sides we see tracts outside the city limits
advertised for sale. Those which seem
best suited to attract people, and most
worthy of the speculators' attention, are sit
uated on the main road between Balloon
Harbor and this city. One particularly would
probably repay the visitor richly—Arling
ton Heights. 1 his favored spot has been
takeu in band by a most enterprising com.
pany and has alrcadv been divided up into
building lots, with fine wide streets, inter
secting at right angles, and generally has a
business like look about it. With its hem
tiful view ai d healthy climate we do no:
see how this spot can help becoming the
fashionable quarter of our city.
We will sell to-day a line of summer silks
at 35c a yaid Tbe regular price of them is
500, aud they are honestly worth 7f»c. We
willonly tell tweuty yards to one customer.
These goods are commendable for quality,
pattern and price, and 30c ayardisvery
cheap for them.
We have about ICO yards of all-wool ■12
--inch tricot left at 4."> c a yard. We invite a
comparison of our goods with any iv this
market at 45c a yard. They wuut la-t be*
yond 12 M, so come farly None of the-e
goods adverthed wi 1 be s»l<i before oa. m
We will sell red and white Irish t-im
mings to-day at 25c a dozen that are wonh
50 cents ■
We will sell a line of bleached Barnsley
all-linen towe's at apiece, limit of lour
to a customer- Of all the lowels we have
yet sold the-e are the cheapest.
Ladies' corsets, a superb line, st 50c
apiece, in white or drab. To give you an
idea cf how cheap They are, we get | 2 a
dcz»n for them, and they are as good a, auy
si 25 corset you buy
An elegant line (f white counterpanes,
extra large and heavy, II
Editor Heeald—For some time past re
roris have bteu circulated that one of our
workmen had bceu tsken out > f our build
ing witli smAllpox and has since died. We
paid but little attention to the report until
it bee tine so general as to cause tome to be
lieve it, one of our men being driveu from
a house on Hill street on Satu day last, the
ladystatiog she knewsuch leportgo be true
and would listen to no denial.
Now, in justice to ou-selvcs and our pat
rons, we state most emphatic illy that eve y
word of the above repjrt i- false. There
has never been a case of smallpox tak- n
from our bulling, nor has any workman or
anybody connected with the building or
business for the pa.t year been absent from
their duties on account of such sicknes*,
cither to them'elves or family. Trusting
lhatthis will allay all fear iv the minds oi
our numarous patrons, we remain,
Kobest Sharp <L Co ,
Proprietors of Pioneer steam Carpet Beat
ing Works, corner Seventh and Los An
The How Tract
Must be seen. The finest views in the
whole city. Wa'er pip dt • every lot. flar
riase at ilatlocks', auctioneer?, 11l West
Yea, We Ail will Be Ihere,
Free carriages will leave the Los Ang"les
Land Bureau, No. 20 West Flr.t street, any
time af er 9 o'clock a. m. to day, for tbe nuc
ilon sale of the famous Felllssier tract.
Free lunch. Easton A Eloridge, auc
Geo. W Fbink, President.
fg. W. Strong-, tt P. IflacKoon, I*l.
McKoon &z Strong, houses, lots, acres,
farms, vineyards, orange groves, ranches
money to loan. No. 114 W. First St., Nadeau
Ladies, you are invi'ed to a grand open
In; of fine French millinery, at 22 8. Main
street, commencing Moud«y, March 21st.
MRS. C. DOSCH.
Shirts made to order at Eagleson & Co.'s,
50 North Spring street
To and from Los Angeles from Santa Monica
on Thursday evenings.
Make a visit to the tropical Sandwich
Inlands. Hawaiian volcanoes in active
eruption. Round-trip tickets at reduced
Buy Esgleson's perfect fitting shirts, 60
North Spring street.
Burkes porter la endorsed by physicians,
lonaumptlves and invalids should uae It.
)n draught at tbe Fountain.
Burkes porter strengthens and tones the
yatem. Tne best malt liquor.
Every well dreaaed man should wear
:>gleaon'a perfect fitting shirt-collars, cutis'
Q BUNNY FR'NTKO >MS PARTLY PUB
v uished, for cen'leman nud wife; uo chil
dren. No 15 West Pico street. m2o4t.
(7IUHSISHKD ROOMS IN THE NEW AND
elegant house, No. 500" Fort street, corner
rnHE lankkkshim, strictly yihst-
X class apartment house; 218% Spring st.,
near Third, elegant large sunny rooms en
suite or single, furuisced or unfurnished.
nTITj gouTa fort street—st. helk
na House. Sunny rooms neatly
furnished; first-ola K s location. m6tf
IfOK, RENT ON LEASE—VACANT LOT
fr ntlng fO feet on SiTlng street and 51
on Main street, depth 19(> feet. Apply L.
OOTTSCHALK, Room 6, Baker Block.
FJR RENT—HOI EL AT CUCAMONGA
on very reasonable t-rms. Address or
apply to CucamongaLand Co , room 3, Dow
ney Block mstf
1.-'OR KEN i-AT FROM $3 TO $20 PER
r year; safe deposit boxes in absolutely
fire and burglar proof chrome steel vault.
Inspection invited. THE CHILDRE-iS
SAFE DEPOSIT BANK, 37 South Spring st.
LOST ANO FOUND.
POUND-IF YOU NEED MONEY GO TO
ihe Union Loin OtHce, No. 3 North
M - In street. m'-lm
LOST-A DOLL AT THE SANTA ANITA
ranch or ou the road to Loa Aogeies
have at No. 30 South Sprlugstreet; a liber 1
reward will be paid m 23 2t
$7f»o "WABD-IJTBAYIB OB STOLEN
'" A l'ght bay mare, fair size, 7
years old, both fore feet and off hind ankle
white, perhaps a little white In forehead,
will pay $250 for return of mare, and «500
for conviction of thief, if stolen. This mare
disappeared about the first at March. L. J
ROSE. San Gabriel. m3-lm
Academy, an uudenominaiional board
1. g and day school for young men snd hoys
will be opened at Los Angeles next Septem
ber, under the dire -Hon of J. Alouzo ruher
M. A., now of tbe Jobn Hopkins University'
Baltimore, Md. Courses: Claaalcal, Modern
Language, Scientific aud Commercial.
COMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL — IN
structlon will be given at most reason
able terms In bookkeeping and all grammar
and high school studies. Candidates pre
pared for college aud teacher's examina
tions. Rooms Schumacher Block. L. B
LAWSON, FRED. H. CLARK, A. 11.,
A FA HINTS MUSICAL STUDIO RE
. moved to No. 11 Weat First street,
Rooms 10 and 11.
Opera and concert stage a specialty; also.
Church 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. 1886 and la now in successful
progress. For circulars, address McPHER
RON BROS., 602 Grand aye., Log Augeles, I
Cal. au3 I
EBS 0 N A Lr-AMERICAN WATCHES
■old cheap at Union Loan Office, 3
North Main street mj-lm
"PERSONAL—GO TO THE UNION LOAN
1 office for bargains in Jewelry, 3 North
Man street. mt-lm
PROFESSOR J. TbCHaNK, CEAIKVuY
ant. Fortune-teller, S2\i South Spring
street, Los Angeles, t'al. ml 3 lm
11HK LATEST NEW YORK, DETROIT,
Chiortgo, St. Louis and San Francisco
papers every morning at Nadeau House
News St»nd 1 m9-ecdlm
MRS. PARKER, INDEPENDENT SLATE
writer; also test medium—Gives full
names of spirit friends. Consultations on
business, speculations, mineral lawsuits,
removals, love, marriage, absent friends,
etc. 26 South Spring street, room 3, Hours
9 a. M to « p. M. feb24 Imo
C~>IUI RATE TICKET OFFICE UNDiRBT
' Charles Hotel. R. K. Tickets bought
sold and exchanged. Members of the Amer
ican Ticket Brokers' Association. R J.
PRYKE A CO.. 212 North Main street, motf
ttC WORTH FREE. SUPERB DEVELOP :
v ment of lorm nnd limbs, a pure, lovely
complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect
health guaranteed. No quack lotions or ail
pumps. Book ou "Physical Culture" free.
DR. L. C. HARMON, 313 Huight street, Pun
yr..noi»on.Cnl no's lv
TTIOR SALE—DIAMOND, WA'ICUEs AM
JJ Jewelry sold low at Union Loan Office,
3North Msin street. m4-lm
THOITO UGHBRE D HOLSTEIN B U LLS
aiso oholce milch cows. Address J E.
DURKEE, Bonita Meadows, Santa Monica
Road. m! 9 6m
IJOR SALE OR EXCHANGE — CIGAR
stand aud manufacturing tools, stock,
fixtures, etc. Must be sold or exehauged foi
real estate. Worth Investigating. Apply al
once to U. F. McGARVIE,236N. Main.Bakei
TiILLIARD AND POOL TABLE** FOB
X) sale cheap. FOUNTAIN SALOON, %
North Spring atreet -mIS-lm
LOR SALE, CHEAP—I 2 HEAD GOOI
-F young cow, tome with elf. r»-6t wl.l bt
fresh soon. Apply at No. 77 East Pico.
FOE SALE—THE LEASE, FuTTNItURI
and business of the most cleg-nt nut 1
conveniently situated rooming-house iv Loi
Angele-, and clearing profit of between $20<
aud $300 per month. Reasous for se'lins
strictly personal. For particulars addrosi
"M. 8." postoffice Box 374. ml 3 lm
IT OK SALE—AT - MrCARTH Y'S C ALI FOR
JT via Land Office, 23 West First stree-.
Los Angeles, and Colorado street, Pasßdeua
Houses, lots, acreage and busiuess proper
ties for speculators. Call m 8 lm
lAINE HORSE, Si t DEBAEKH PHAKTO>
JU aud harnes-i for sale. J. W. GILLETTE
122 'Temple street. feb 3tf
FOB SAfLE—City Property.
L'OK SALE—URMSTON" IKACI'-TWi'
" beautiful lots near Vernon avenue,?27i
each for this week only. Apply, JONES, 22:
South Main s reet. mvB-»t
T - wo choice lots in electric home
stead tract, big discount; also one larg<
conking stove very cheap, at 210K Soutt
Spring street. m9-lm
FOR S ALE — THE" BESI
lot in the city for the money, betweet
M in street and GrAud avenue, co- ered witl
fine fruit trees. Price only $0 00. Termi
easy. Come at once, for this is a bargain
253 Nortn Main itw t. m2O-tf
IH)K SALE—2i SELECTED LOTS 0>
1 Boyle Heights, at acre prices: $00 0.
14 selected lots on Boyle He ghts: *3>!50.
6 selected lots on Boyle Heights: SitioO.
ROCHESTER <St LAYTON,
mlBtf 9 Commercial meet.
FOR SALE—II6xI79 on Grand avenue
chesp. McCOYE & CUSHMAN. 23 N
Spring street. m tf
LloK SALE—CIIOIuE LOT IN THE
JU Chllds tract, on electric railroad line.
McCOYE & CUSHMAN, 2SN. Spring st.eet
FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL LOT HIH
street near Eleven h. cheap. McCOYE
& CUSHMAN, 23 N. Soring street. m2tf
lOK SALE — Country Property
HAIHJtt>Sl> KRAI. ESTATE.
BAHGAI ACRES FOR SALE
cheap, adjoining Palm City, at La Bal
lona, only giz miles from Port Balloua:
suitable for subdivision. PARCELS,
AOTTIR r»R A ro. No. 12 Court street m22-'t
WI IHU— lv se.L,Li Al GKEAILt RE
TT duced prices for one week:
L lot on Pearl street, $950.
I 1 new bouso and three fine lots In the
[ fluids tract. $4100.
1 house near Walnut avenue, tSOO.
120 feet front on Malu street with elegant
house, very cheap.
1 lot on Beaudry aveuue with two fronts;
lot and street grsded: very cheap,
Apply to W. P. MCINTOSH, 112 North
Spring street. ml 3 lw
LjVJli MALE— VKN ill It UJU.VIY a-a J. I>S
r Large aud small tracts snd town lots.
Full Information given to those desiring
pleasant homes. Good soli and climate.
R.C CARL* ON. 2ft N. Hpriu ff si m'3-lm
l/>OR BALE—I-INbST IiUARIERSEGIiON
P iv Antelope Valley; also a bargain In a
splsndid lsrve lot and house iv the city. At
Turnvereln Hall, 137 South Spring St. mil tf
ARCELS, AGUIRRK S t;o, HAVE FOR
sale, at special bargnins, lots In the Fitz
gerald tract, on Ninth street, at 10 to 30pcr
cent less than surrounding property, for a
few days only; also long li,-t of city and
country property at low rates. 12 Court
I7IOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—HOUSE OK
V 7 room", good barn, etc., Including lOj
acres of laud, highly improved; oranges,
lemons, peam, apricots grapes, etc., all lv
bearing; shunted belwecu Eighth and Well
ington, west side of Alameda st ; price, 810,
500. For further particulars inquire at 31
South Main JOHN_ MEADE. f27-lm
IHO X a a LE —Til hTiiES V WATERED, MOST
1 profitable and probably the oldest foot
hill fruit ranch of IB acres tn Pomona. K2b
per acre realized the pa-t season, the bal
ance of orauno crop having just been sold
on tho tree for 12800. One mile from depot
»ud on county road. Can't resist the boom;
must be sold. Price, J15.000. Come aud
se . Tliis Is only one out of a first
class properties thnt is advancing dally iv
price and for sale by AMBROSE, BROWN*
WHEKI EH, ni22-3t
TfOU ~BALE—BY BUDDY, BURNS &
r Smith, eight acres, finely improved,
three-fourths mile west of city limits, iv
the Cahucnga district; *7500.
Ten acres southwest of Agricultural Park;
Seventy-five aerea of oil land near New
hall'; *750. . , ,
Oue half acre on Adnms street, finely Im
proved, with five-room house: S3SOO.
Thirty acres on Temple street. Just out
side of the city limits; * 00 per acre.
Twenty acres on Alameda, all in full
beariug orange orchard aud vineyard;
A fine orange orchard of twenty-four
acres ou Lemon stre t; .1000 per acre.
Several flue lots in the Bonnie Brae tract
Lands in Antelope valley at *6 to »10 per
Building lots in all parts of the city at
prices to suit all.
Residences in all parts of the city.
The most of tho property on our books
ca" be had on ensy terms.
The above Is selected from a very large
list of property which we have on our boos s
lor sac. Reasonable terms can be bad on
most of our property. feb23if
IS<JH SALE IN TRACTS TO SUIT, $50 PER
" acre; 16 miles from Los Anee es, near
ocean. WALTERS m TUBBS, Pico House.
TjlAaaS a.n ii town lo i s—farms Ok
Jj all sizes, from five to sixteen hundred
acres of land for sale; one of 800 acres a spe
cial bargain; also towu lots In the Iron S il
phur springs Tract. New life in and near
this family resort, incident o the coming of
the railroads. The best pf natural mineral
waters and baths. C. T: WIDNEY Si CO.,
Fulton Wells P.O. Cal. no2l-tf
FOR SALE—HALF INTEREST JN A FlRsT
class barber-shop. Enquire at Louvre
cigar stand, No. 4 North Main street.
m 23 3t
OR SALE CHEAP—BUTCHER SHOP
and fruit store. Call at 234 Bueua Vista
street. m 23 7t
FOR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS SALOON
and 10-'glng-bouse, In the country;
clearing 'rom Sid to $20 dally: this is a bar
gain . Addreis, his_fj_lice 1 _ ttg 6t
irtOß SALE—IN TERES IN ESTABLISHE D
1 busine«s: thorough Investigation solic
ited. Address BUbINESS, 220 S. 3prtog
str e>. ".^l'^
•JLSIA.-SS iHAKOu—rARTMER VVANT-
Sj ed by a real estate fl m. Good office
and location. 212 tsoith Main street, city.
TJARiNbK ttAN.E , IO JuIN THE AD
IT vertiser, with a few hundr. d or a thous
and dollars, in a first-class paying business;
fullest investigation solicited aud referen
ces given; no previous experience necessa
ry, Address MERCHANT, P. O Box 1194,
L"s Angele-, Cal. febl7-3mos
PARTNERSHIP WANTED—A GENTLE
man of exp rience, with $1000 to $1500 nt
command, wishes to join in partnership
wi h a paying concern, where his time and
money csn be utilized. Address BONA
FIDE, care room 3, No. 28 N. Spring street
Los A ngeles. Uaj fehl7-3noß
3iT>ii tit.i.Aivi:oi s.
VTOTICE —THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID
ltl for old gold and silver at Union loan
ottlce. 3 North Main street. m4-lm
WILL TAKE HORSE AND BUG -V ON
psrt payment on lots. BANDHOLT A
CO.. 230 North Main street. m2O tf
DO Y> U WANT A HOU?E BUILT?
Go to Krounlck's.
Do you want store fixtures?
Do you want »ffice fixtures?
Go to Kronnick's.
Do yon want screen doors and window
Oo to Kronnick's.
Do you waul, ladders or step-ladders?
Go to Kronnick's.
Do you want jobbing or repairing done
by competent workmen?
Go to Kronnick's.
TJOH BALE-160 ACRES OF LAND, ALSO
1? Forest Dairy, containing cows, horses,
wagons, route and cans, etc. Inquire nt
1 GREtN MEADOW, 1 mile west of school
house, or address P. O. Box 714. m-i;i litn
FOR SALE—FOR TEN DAYS ONLY, A
large boarding-house and lot, nearest
corner to depot at Duarte. Main building
is 20x30 two stories: forty boarders; splen
did investment Price, $1300. Address K.
E. GROVER. Duarte m>2 lw
frlOR BALIC-AT DUARTE, 24 ACHES,
JJ with house, 6 rooms, barn, corral, etc.;
1500 choice fruit trees, in lies ring, mostly
navels: 4 acres in grapes: one acre iv allal
fa, shade trees, etc.. snd 20 shares water
st ck; will pay 12 per cent per annum.
Price. J12.000. Also, 22#acres, Beautifully
situated, wl'h 12 acres in improvements, at
tSOOO. W. D. ROOT, 25 Temple st. m-> 2 6t
FOR SALE—AT AZUBA, 40 ACRES, ALL
good land, with 10 acres improved, for
$3000; also, 20 acres, all improved, at i-OO'J:
also, 10 acres, all iv three-year-old bearirg
fruit trees and vines, for 88O0—a positive
bargain, W. D. ROOT. 23 Temple st. m 22 6t
FOR SALE—BO ACRE HOMESTEAD, IM
mediately adjoining the store, post
office, o ange groves and vineyards at Eti
wauda; Etiwauda Hume and reservoir on
the land. Price, Jl5OO, W. D. ROOT, 25
Temple st. m 22 Ot
Notice ol Dissolution oi Partnership.
THE FIRM HERETOFORE EXISTING
under tha naino aud style ot Bryant,
Walton & Company, doing busiuess In the
city of Los Augeles, California, is this day
dissolved by mirual co isent Fred A. Wal
ton and J. V. Wachtel having purchased
the entire interest of R. H Bryant i the
concern, said Waltou aud Wachtel will col
lect all deb's aud obligations due to said
Arm and will pwyall of the IndebtedLcss
aud obligations of said firm.
R. U. BRYANT,
I" RED A WALTON,
J. V WACHTEL.
Dafdat Los Angeles, California, March
19, 1887. welaw4w
CERTIFICATE OF COPARTNERSHIP.
BTATE OF CALIFOBNIA, j
County of Los Anuklks. i "• •
We, the undersigned, do hereby certify
that we are partners, transacting business
in this State, in the city and county of Los
Angeles, under the firm name and stylo of
Walton & Wach'el, that the names in full of
all the members of such partnership are
subscribed hereunto, and that the places of
our respecive residences are set opposite
our respective names hereunto subscribed.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set
our hands this 21st day of March, A. D. 18S7.
FREDERIC AUGUSTUS WALTON,
Los Angeles, Cal.
JOHN VALENTINE WACHTEL,
Los Angeles, Cal.
State of California, („
OoUNTVOF Loa ANQKLES.j S " 8 "
On this 22d day of March, one thousand
eight hundred aud eighty-seven, before me,
T. E, Rowan, a Notary Publio in and for the
add county of Los Angeles, personally ap
peared Frederic Augustus Walton and Jobn
Valentine Wachtel, personally known to
me to be the same persons described in,
whose names are subscribed to the annexed
instrument snd they severally acknowl
edged tv me tbat they executed the same.
In witness whereof, I have nereunto set
my hand and affixed my official seal, the
day and year in this certificate first above
Filed March 22,1887.
we law 4w C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk.
ROYAL & GROSVENOR,
bargains in real estate.
115 W. Flret Street, Les Antrele*.
11060—Lot 50x178 Longstreet tract, Manhat
2250—L0t 50x165 Flower st, near Eleventh.
!**)-- Lots Estrella avenue, Park Villa tract.
860—Lot In Urmston tract; a bargain.
060—Lot cor. Deepwater and Pearl streets.
950—Lot 58x218 cor. Virgin and Montreal.
1050— Lot Arlington st., Bonnie Brae tract.
400 to 1550— Lots In Sherman tract.
2250—Tw0 lots 60x190 on Figueroa street.
1000 each—Three lots on Ron laud St., near
960—Lot on Jenkins street, nr. Grand aye.
1000—Lot 50x160 on York at., near Figueroa
550 totfiOO—Lots on Dana st, nr. Figueroa
400—Lot 60xi25 Niea tract. Orchard aye.
200x200 feet cor. Montgomery and Figueroa
850—Two lots Second-street cable, nr. park
1250—Lot on Texas st, nr. Second-sL cable.
750-Lot on York street, near Grand aye.
660—Lot on Florida street, ncr Figueroa.
500 each—Two lots ou Seymour street.
4000—House of 5 room on Sixth street.
I HAVE JCST RETURNED FROM
San Francisco with a very large aud
Fine Stock of Millinery Mods,
Which I shall offer at very LOW PRICES. .
Please call am examine before buying
elsewhere. MISS L. J HAMMOND,
mr2o lm 26 South Spring Street.
8. C. Kronnick,
130 Bouth Spring street.
Telephone ML ml 6 lm
NOTICE TO PEOPLE REMOVING FROM
tt.c city—Highest cash price paid for
all kinds of furniture pianos, organs. All
communications sirietly confidential. Ap
ply MERCHANT, '-"22 Downey avenue.
NOTICE TO GRADERS—BIDS WILL BE
received at my oilice until March 25. at
at 4 r. m , for the removal of ItO.OOO cubic
yards of earth from tbe west side of New
High .treet, from the Johnston Maoslou to
the Kimball M insion, inclusive. About
25,000 cubic yards to be delivered on the
Beaudry Water Works tract, on Alameda
street, aud the balance to be disposed of by
the coutractor as he may desire. All earth
to be measured by excavation.
The amount required ou the Beaudry
Waterworks tract to be delivered within
three mouths from the date f contract, and
the full amount to be removed within nine
mouths from date of oontract. Right re
served to reject any or all bids.
m2-td 201 New High St., (upstairs).
Ull.tHii AND tiOMllNtt.
BOARD AND ROOMS IN THE NEW AND
elegant house No. 500 Fortstreet, corner
Sixth. m 2 '-tf
A FEW GHNIXEMEN CAN OBTAIN
board and rooms in a first class private
family. Address C. A., box 1400 m! 8 7t
QUNNY ROOMS—AT THE ASHLEY HO
*J tel, Third street, may be found elegant,
sunny rooms, with flrst-olass board. Call
and examine. It ASHLEY. Prop'r. m3lm
BELLr.VUE TERRACE, FORMERLY
Plckit Villa, 438 Pearl street, Los Ange
les, Cal. The finest location in the city;
take Sixth street cars. "Bellevue Terrace"
consists of three buildings, all connected
by frout porch, snd coutalns 140 as desirable
rooms as can be found in Southern Califor
nia. Board and room fW.OO and 12.50 por
day. Liberal arrangementB made with por
eons desiring rooms and board by the month
or year. Telephone 518. DANIEL PICKIT,
Mrs KATIE M. PICKIT. Proprietors »24tf
LOW RATE OF INTEREST CHARGED
at Union L jan Office, No. 3 North Main
""•a l **- m4lm
OOfi 10 LOAN 0N OITY REAL
«J£vWUU estate. Apply to J. W
BROWNING, No. 9 Bouth Mali street.
, m! 9 7t
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
PKMs?i-v m M Un^^° 0 BU , U ' BRODTBECK &
PEMNEV. No 19N Spring St. ■ 'eh 6 lm
ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING
street, rooms 4 and 5. "•*»»»
Gold fllllngß from $2 up.
Amalgam and silver fillings, IL
Painless Lxtisction of Teeth by vitalized
air or nitrous oxide gas ii "tamed
Teeth extracted without'gasor air I 50
m^T 1 ? °'it eth from » to*" Byour
method of making teeth a misfit ia ImposaL
plaie 8 . 011 ' att6Dt,on PaW to repairing broken
Office hours from Ba. m. to 6 p h h„„
days from 10 a. m. to 12 m. d 7 v
ft P £ ER 7? ENTIBT . speciajTat"
-.".V te " tlon .P»l«l to treating and filllne
teeth. Gas administered at office or real
dence. Rooms 5 and 6 Wilson Block
awcKLL a n an
TDO UOT "WAIT.
THE RUSH FOR OUR ELEGANT
TAILOR-FITTING SPRING CLOTHING!
Wo Poucu tne Facility and Inclluatlou to Give You Ileal Barg-alni,
tmT-AKD WE WILL DO IT t*fj||
THIS WEEK WE WILL SELL
80 ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE SUITS AT *12 W
Worth |20. T
24 SILK-MIXED SACK SUITS AT 17 60
Regular price 922.60.
50 ALL-WOOL TWEED SUITS AT 15 00
Bargain at 120.
18 CASSIMERE SUITS AT 8 r. O
worth mi 8 w
30 PAIR OF PANTS AT 4 00
Sold elsewhere at $*.50.
Hats and Furnishing Goods in Great Variety at Lowest Prices.
TRITE MERIT IN Ot< R liOOllS !
UREAT SAVINU IN OI'R PRICES I
No. 15 South Spring Street, Los Angeles Cal
ALBEE & WILLAKD.
I WllOO—Elegant lot ou Ellis avenue, near »8500—Lot tn the Duniilgan tract on Plco
Figueroa, iv the Ellis tract. street, 62x150; clean side.
Sl23o—The finest lot lv Ell's truot, corner in.i,i» i„, i. ,i. t. .
of Ellis avenue aud Bonsallo street; ™'S d laMe lot ln tbe Dn »»ni
stone walk in front and alongside. aaannV,«i, vi..
»2500-K'6xl76 feet, corner of Washington * 200O £}' ?> !S tha u «- a >
and Broadway _ o .,,„ st ' e , e '' r,| ct, fronting on Figueroa st.
»2200-Lot same siso adjoining tho above * 850 °-™« fltoeal.corner Tuthe L™gstreet
on Washiueton street. ftwronr. ? 8 Figueroa street,
»2000 Each—3 half acres on Ocean street, avunn „ ™.
i beginning at the cor. of Broadway: • TW %&M- a fi.^iSlfftSfSKS* 1 * lt6 '
Mr* All of tho above ere covered wiih a.OOO vfc IVkL'JSZ Vi?,. 8 .
. f.n'ebearing Orange Trees and arc the finest • ,00O Y ork sTreel nea? FiVeron °d° ° f
lot. offered for the money iv the market. miSW^^io^tSE^enu*.
•laOtl—Lot 102x150 feet on Eleventh St., BlfMl «..h r„„ snvisj „n v. .
; just west of Pearl st; this is cheap. B,7aw Each-Lots 50x184, on Hepo street.
, tweiOO— line lot, Tempest; J4OO cheaper H3700— Lot 60x165, on west side of Hill if
than adjoining lots. very desirable for building.
HSSOO-A Rcautifttl Cottage in the Elite Tract,
Just being flniahed—to see is to buy !
faEP-Besidea the above we have the remaining lots in the Ellis Tract, which are'every
i one of them choice lor building speculation. We are selling the cheapest tract of lots on
. the east sine of the river for WOO to 5350 per lot; tIOO down, balance $20 per month. We
i have a few fine houses and Improved places which will suit you for home-. Our specialty
has always been fine acre property and tracts for subdivision, and we have the beetle
the city. This is a Wet-Weather Advertisement with Dry-season Pbices.
ALBEE & WILLAED,
No. North Spring Street Loa Angeles, Cat.
m jan 25
One Hundred Farms!
40 ACRES EACH, FOR SALE,
Beiog a Choice Body of Level Land, Consisting of
■All TJnder Cultivation,
AND THE MOST OF IT NOW COVERED WITH A PROMISING
GROWTH OF BARLEY. IT IS A SUBDIVISION OF
the Mcdonald tract,
IN THE RANCHO SAN PEDRO,
Eight Miles and a Half South oi Los Aug
ONLY 3 1-2 MILES FROM A RAILROAD STATION.
This tract produced last year over $50,000 worth of
grain, and such a thing as a failure of the crop is
unknown. There is a handsome schoolhouse, four dwell
ing-houses and other buildings, and three wells, wind
mills and tanks on the tract. Water in Great Abund
ance can be had on every forty acres of this land. The
land grows Wheat, Barley, Small Fruits, Apples, Pears,
Peaches and Grapes to perfection. Some parts are specially
adapted to Strawberries, and a three-acre place near this
land produced over $800 per acre in Strawberries last
year. The land is leased for this year, and the pur
chaser will receive one-fourth of the crop at the thresher.
/WIT WILL BE SOLD ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS,
being one-third cash and the balance in four equal annual payments, with 8
per cent, interest.
BkT* Each forty acres has a road on two sides of it. The land will be
sold in ten, twenty or forty-acre tracts, and the first comer will have the
choice. Price, $35 per acre and upward. A complete abstract of title in
office. A separate certificate given wiih each deed.
Address the proprietors,
H. H. BOYCE, Box 1316, or
C. J. RICHARDS, Box 1450, Los Angeles.
McCOYE & CTJSHMA2S3",
23 N. Spring St., Xos Angeles, or
WRIGHT & BART LEY, 115 W. First St., Los Angeles.
ABEBNETHY & TAFT
ARE NOW IN THEIR NEW STORE,
STo. 19 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
(Next door to Mosgrove's Cloak Bouae) and are well supplied with
CLOTHING FOR GENTLEMEN, BOYS and CHILDREN.
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