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Thia publication, by far the moat superior number yet Issued, is ready for delivery, and can be purchased at all newadealers and at the Herald Counting Rooms. DAILY HERAL1)- SOME RESOLUTIONS Passed by Several ol the Board of Trade. Monday nigbt after tbe meeting held by the Board of Trade aud Produce Ex ohauge had adjourned and while several of the members were talking together it was suggested that the Board of Trade ahonld take some notion in regard to the unwarrantable and uujustiiiable action of San Francisco in quarantining against San Pedro, our port of entry and departure. The party adjourned to a convenient place where the condi tions were favorable, and unanimously passed the following resolutions. Whereas, iho Los Angeles Board of Trade and Produce Kxcuallge, in joint meeting assembled, have hau under con sideration the action of tho Mayor and the Board of Health of Sun Francisco in issuing an edict whereby a quarantiue has been established againat all vessels heading from San Ptdro, the port of entry, aad departure of tbe City of Los Angeles, therefore be it Resolved, That we, the merchants of Los Angeles, speaking the sentiments of the mtrcautile community aud our entire city, hereby denounce tbe action of the Mayor and Board of Health of San Fran cisco in establishing the quarantine as extremely aud wholly unwarranted by the facta ao far aa it related to the small pox in this city, aud as an outrage that the people of this city cannot tolerate without entering their indignant protest. Resolved, That we denounce tbe above action as unwarranted, and a slanderous aud narrow-minded and aeltish policy, and do not believe that the business men and community of San Francisco endorse any such action. E. L. Stern, Chairman adjourned meeting of Loa Angeles Board of Trade and Produce Exchange. A. M. Lawrence, Stcretary. These resolutions are good ao fat as they go, and it may be the opinion of tbe half dozen men who passed them that the business meu and oommunity of San Francisco do not endorse the action of the Board of Health of that city. But it might bo well to call a special meeting, at which there shall be a larga attendance, aud g.;t a general sentiment on this question. A Hoard of Health of a city si-ldoni acts in import ant matters without it is. sure of the en dorsement of tbe couiuiunity, purlieu larly iv a place such as San Francisco, where every offioer consults the wishes of his community before he makes a move. The resolutions are decidedly weak, and others should be adopted. The above resolutions wt.ro passed after the adjournment of the Board of Trade meetiug, and were given lo the city editor of a morning contemporary with the distinct understanding and un der a pledge that he fnrnish the other papers with a copy. The paper lhat pays the wages of the city editor who got the resolutions was the only one to publish them, co the inference is that he forgot to give the other papers copies. The pledge was of such a distinct nature that tbe members of the Board of Trade are very indiguant at its violation. The gentleman, however, will doubtless make a satisfactory explanation. Irmy Homestead Truct. This property is on the Hue of the Pico street electric roid. Lots are selling rapidly and will double in value in a Bhort time. Price 1490 a lot ; 125 monthly, no interest. Oue house free to every seven lots. H.N. Urmy, 114 West First street, Nadeau block. Coal, Coke, Charcoal and Wood, Wholesale and retail. Speolal rates for car load lots, delivered to all points. Office—S Court street; telephone 33. Yard—Corner Alameda aud Jackson streets; telephone 315. Walter 3. Maxwell, Sole agent for Wellington Coal. Free vaccination. Health office free vaooinatlon located on Fort street, between Second and Third, in a tent on city grounds. Goods at factory prices at Eagleson & Co.'s, 50 North Spring street. FINANCE AND TRADE. A Review of tlio Day'a Trans actions. New York, March 22.—Transaction at the Stock Exchange were, aa far as the usu ally active Hat ia concerned, utterly devoid of features. There was considerable activ ity in Lackawanna, Erie, Heading and St- Paul. Pullman palace car was remarkably strong, the advance being accompanied by rumors oi an iuorease In dividend. Fort Worth and Denver continued its advance and became one of tho most active. The close was dull but firm, generally within small fractions of the opening. Govern ment bouds dull and steady to firm. Financial. New York, Mirch 22.—Three per cent Government bouds, 100; lour per cent, coupons, \2»A i four and a half Der cent cou pons, 129; Central Pacific, 3fiU: Kansas St Texas 31; Northern Pacific, 27>£; preferred, 68%; Northwestern, 117; New York Central, UIK; Oregon Navigation, 99; Transconti nental.3l; Improvement. Pacific Mail, 53Vi; Texas Pacific, ; Union Pacific, 57J.5; United States Express, 62; Wells. Fa.go «ft Co's Express, 127 Western Union Tele graph,7s%; Rio .rande, 28. Money on call ea.y, at 4@B per cent; last loan, 6; closed, offered 4. Prime mercantile paper, s@o. Sterling exchange quiet, firm; $4.84 Vi for sixty day bills; 84.SC& demand. Bar silver, 98c. Bad Francisco, March 22.— Closing quo tations for stocks to-day arc as follows : Best & Belcher $9.37}£ Peerless 50 Crocker r0 iPotoal .I'SH Chollar 7 Ophir ".00 Con Virginia. 10.2* lavage • 6.87H Confidence.. 11 50 Sierra Nevada 450 Gould & Curry 5 12'/, Uulou Con. . 3.80 H. S N . .. 5.00 Yellow Jacxet 560 Peer 40 at. Diablo .. 450 Silver bars—Per cent discount, 23@24'-£. The Uraln Markets. DOMESTIC. San Francisco, March 22. — Wheat — Quiet and firm; shipping, $firstname.lastname@example.org per cen- Ü Barley—Quiet and firm: feed, $email@example.com}i percental; brewing, 11.1091.16. Corn— Californlalarge yellow, 97He(git.02J, per cental: small yellow, tI.O7H@LIO; white, firstname.lastname@example.orgM- Chicago, Ma'Ch 22.—Wheat-Firm: cash, 75 13-ltc per bushel; May, 80 M-ttSi June, cash,34!^e per bushel; May, i'Mo: June, 40 7-16 C. fcarlsy-ijiiiet at 50c pot bushel. Chicago Meat Market. Chicago, March 21—Pork—Str'ng; cash, $20.60 per barrel; May and June, 321. Petroleum. New York, March 22.—Petroleum was dull snd fe tureh'BS. Opened at highest, C!% closed at lowest, 63. Sales, 1,0)9,000 birrels Les Angeles Produce Market. Tbo following Is the official record of the Los Angeles Prodn-re Exchange, corrected laily. In the quotations, unless otherwise rtated, it is to be uuderstood that the first figure is iho highest price bid and the last the lowest price asked These quotations ire for round lots from first hands; for small lots out of store higher prices are i s feed: WHEAT—Australian No. 1, white, 31.65 asked; Rye, $150 asked: Gold Drop, $115 bid, $1.30 asked; White Russian, 41.50. B A RLE V—Feed No. I.9oe@sl 05. CORN—Laree yellow, car load lots, 85@95e bid. small carlond lots, email@example.com asked. FLOUU—Pioneer and Crown $5.25 asked. Mil L FEED—Bran. 21 asked; Shorts, 523 mked: Mixed Feed, corn and barley, 31.25 isked: Cracked Corn. $1.15 asked; Cracked Barley ,$1.15 asked ;Gronnd Barlcy.SllSasked Rolled Barley, $115 asked. GRAIN BAGS —Grain Bags MS, 22x30, Stte tsked: 1836 Calcutta spot, 6%c asked; Potato Sacks, 3 asked ; Mill Sacks. 5c asked. SEED—Alfalfa, new.llc asked. HAY - Harlev, WB No. 1, new, $14.50 asked; Alfalfa W B. 814; Oat, \v. B. *17. POTATOES —Early Rose. Northern, $2.25 asked: Peerless, $2.00; Humboldt $2.00; Peaehblows, 82.25; Early Rose seed, North ern, $2 00; Burbiuik. $2.25; Nnshonlc, 32.25. SWEET POTATOES—Red and white 82 b'd; 32 50 asked; yellow, 32 50. BC fTER —Fancy Roll, 22c per f) asked, ilhotcc Roll, 210 per rb asked; Fnir Roll, per rb,2oc asked; Mixed Store, 15c per ro asked- Ptekled Roll, 15c per lb asked: Firkin Ohoiee 15n per lb; Firkin Cooking, 15c per tb asked. . M CHEESE—Large, 14e asked: small, 15e tsked: %c extra per lb when cased for ship ment. _ , EGOS—Etrgs, fresh. 1400180. _ . , HONEY—Extracted liuht, _tc@i>/£c; Job lots, 4ase asked; Amber, 3c biff; Comb, 10c@ 11V, ONIONS—YeIIow Danver, Northern, $3.50 asked. BEESWAX—Beeswax. 17c@19c. VEGET ABLES MIXED-Ohiles per tb, 12c bid: Garlic-8c; 6c asked; Cabbage per 100 lbs. firstname.lastname@example.org. BEANS AND DRIED PEAS —Pink No. 1, new crop, $1.80 bid, $2.00 asked; Limn, email@example.com; Navy, small, $2 25 asked; Blaet-oved, $1 asked; Garvavzos. $3 asked; Green Field Peas, «2 asknd: Lentils. $?..00 ssked. Bayo a. $2 asked; Red Spanish, S2 POULTRY—Hens No 1, per dozen, $7.C0 Md; Old Roosters, per dozen. 35 bid; Young Roosters, per doz, $7.00 bid; Broilers, large, per dojen, $5.01 bid, Broil ers, small, per dozeu, *4.00 bid; Ducks,per dozen, largo. 57.50, hid; Ducks per dozen, small 36.50 bid ; Turkeys, per lb, 180. LIVE STOCK—Live Hogs, 3c@4o. DRIED FRUlT—Peaches, S. D. No. 1, ICC isked: do No. 2, 7V<c asked; do, peeled, 15c isked; do, 8. P. peeled No. 2. asked: pittedPlum6,l2Vic asked; isked- Prunes, Cal, French new crop, 7Hc value; Prunea, Cal, German, 7c asked; Apri cots, evaporated,2sc asked. APPLES—Evaporated Huntley's, 10c ask ed; Hunt's Alden, 140 asked; Sun Dried diced, 5c nske.i. RAISINS—Payers. $1.50 asked: Ex Lon don Layers, new: $1.75 ssked; Three Crown Layers, new, 41.75 asked: Loose Muscatel t 81.60; Bulk Raisins, So asked. Dried grapes, 2c. NTJTS—Walnuts new, llc@lsc; Petnuts, Cal.No. 1, 6o asked; do, No. 2, 3o asked; dc Eastern, 7%c asked: Almonds, 3. S., ISc ask ad; Almonds, H S. 100. CITRUS FRUITS — Orantres. 1.75 asked Lemons.seedlingper b0x,52.00 asked; Lem ons, Eureka andLlßbonper box, $3.60 asked HIDES — Dry, 160 bid; Kip, 15c bid •Jalf, bid; Culls, % less. SKINS—Short wool, each, 15c®S0c; Lone wool, each, $1 hid; Shearlings, each, 10c hid. WOOL —Spring Clip, prr ft, Sc@'oc bid. PROVISIONS—Extra light bacon, clear Uo asked; Light clear, 10c nsked; Cleai medium, 10c asked; Medium bacon, 9< asked; heavy bacon Be. LARD—4O-lb 'ins. So per lb:s-io palla, 8U( per lb; 6 lb pails, p»- lb; 10 lb paU>, St per lb. HAMS-Eastern sugar cured, 15c; Call fornia, \2%a. Undelivered Telegrams. There are undelivered telegrams held at tbe Western Union telegraph office, 17 North Main stieet, tor want of proper address, for tbe following persons: Minnie Ballin, G. H. Bandel, Mol'.ie Brown, C A. Coreer. Lewis Comm. M. W. Dodd, Henry F. Fiake, P. D. Gard.mever, K. L. Harder, Mrs. A. T. Horton, S. M.ittbews, C. E. Smith, John C. Steiiman, Alfred Todhuoter, M. H. Walder, C. G. V> aller, G. \V. Wiute route, Samuel Wynn. "The Illustrated Herald." This publication, by lar the most superior number yet issued, is ready ior delivery and can be purchased of all newtdealers and at tbe Hnu.w.o Counting Rooms. "Tne Science and Ueoinctrx of I»rc»." Is the latest movement in educational pro- : gres. A wide awake, intelligent Eastern lady, as discerning among the crying wants < of the age a b tter, practical cduc tlon of the female sex, has compiled a text book j bearing the above unique title. * It consists of lull directions aud copious , diagrams, and is the result ol many years of study aud practical experience. This work, j edited aud pubii>hed by its gifted author, , Mrs. L. F. Jack-on, of national reputation, baa already been thereceipientof the warm- I est praise frcm the best educators in the country. 1 Mrs, Averill, of Los Augeles, who is con nected with the schools aud a lady of broad | culture and intellectual character, after due I examination and deliberation, in connec tion with other school officials, has decided to give Mrs. Jackson I'll tbe assistance that is p ssible, and in furtherance of her plans has kindly tendered the use of room tt in the Spring street school-yard for this pur pose. A full lesson will b> given next Monday at half past 2, to which all ore invited. Full partic liars In dally papera. Crcat Auction Sale To-Day, Take the Pico Street Eleotrlc Hallway and attend the suction snlo of tbe Pelllssier tract, which takes place at 11 o'clock a. m, to day. A rare chance for improvement. Free lunch on the grounds, Geo. W. FatNK. President. Ilidlug a vnnow skin. Her complexion formerly was yellow, now her brilliantly tinted sea shell cheeks are admiration of bun reds. She used Free man's medicated iwee powder. Don't forget The auction to-m-rrow of those boan'iful sightly lots of the How trsct, In East Los Angeles, at 2p.M ,on the ground. Take the two-horse C'irs, get off at Griffin and Dow ney avenue, whou carriages will take you to the lota. Tbe Coming Locality. Rare chances to-day for barg»lna at 11 o'clock, at the terminus of the Ploo Street Electric uallroßdjby order of the Los An geles Land Bureau, No. .0, West First street. Huston A Eldrldge, auctloucers. Free luuch on the grounds. Geo. W. Frink, President. Heaumont. No other locality in Southern California offers such inducements for homes and in vestments as this. Either in lots or lmds For particulars inquire of the Southern California Investment Company 114 First atreet, Nadeau Block, Loa Angeles, Cal. T. F. Joyce, Building Conlractor and Brick Manu facturer. Office, ti% North Main street. Bricks for sale. H. v.. Small, Dentist, removed to Hollenbeok Block, Spring street, corner Second street. trie*'- and Steeb, Agents of the Fredericksburg lager beer, have removed to the corner of Second and Vine streets. Holntee & Scott, Dealers In coal, wood, hay and grain, 157 S Spring atreet Due de montebello Champagne! Finest imported brand. W. W. Widney, real estate and insurance, 21 W. First street, room 7, up-stairs. has some extra good bargains ou hand lor thla week. Call and ace bim. Large assortment of traveling and tour ißte' shirt* at Eagleton & Co.'s, 60 N, Spring atreet. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 23. 1887. Dote. Due de Montebello Ohampagne, J. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist. Drink X jsb's Royal Belfaat Ginger Ale. Tanslll'a Pnnch Cigars at P. O. Cigar Store, Due de Montebello champagne at Weyae Broa.' Dr. C J. Mullen, corner Fourth and Main, Montrose Sleek. Hosee blankets and buggy robes at Foy's harness shop. Burkes porter la iood and drink com bined. Try it. Sea shells polished at Kan Koo, 238 N. Main St., wholesale or retail. Plush parlor suits, caay chairs. New in roioe Just arrived at Allen's. Carpets —spring patterns — now arriving. Prloea lower than ever, at Allen's. If you want to furnish your house with little money, call at Allen's, 82 S. Spring St. Ash, cherry and walnut belroom seta, tuunt inducement* offered tnia week at Allen's. Dr Williama continues to treat all heart, fbroatand chest diseases by his new and popular system of medicated inhalations, 275 N. Main atreet. Due de montebello champagne ! In every first-class house. Every well dres«ed man should wear Eagleson'a perfect fitting shirt-collars, cutis and neckwear The Most Delightful Free Ride AT IO A. tt TO Arlington Heights, 1 WASHINGTON BTHKKT, The future Grand Boulevard from Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean. Just Outside Los Angeles City Limits. SITUATED ON THE HIGH MKSA ! PERFECTY LEVEL ! EASY TO REACH I NO FROST ! NO FOO ! No Hills to Clim 1 -, fco Dangerous Ascents, No Adobe Soil, MAGNIFICENT VIEW! Pefectlou of Climate, Rich Loamy Soil, Pure Water, Easy Access. #e|r"We offer a free gift of twenty-four tSOU lets to anyone who will build a 820,000 hotel, and one $300 lot free to any purchaser of a lot who will build a 115,000 residence on Arlingtou Heights. 800 Town l.otii For Sale, Fronting on streets 100, to, and not leas than 60 teet wide. Also, Ten b>4 acre lota fronting on Washington st. Twen y 5 -acre lots bet. Washington and Ten acre tracts fronting on Pico street. Twenty r>H-acre lots bet. I'ico and Sixth sts Ten SU-acre lots between Washington and Adams streets. Ten 5J4-scre lots fronting on Adams street. Twenty 5kJ acre lots bet. Adams and Jeffer son streets. Ten 5Lj-acre lots fronting on Jefferson st Twenty lots bet. Jefferson street and Santa Monica Railroad. /pejj-TERMS of Payment. One-fourth cash, one-fourth 0 months, one- ■ fourth 1 year, one-fourth 18 mouths. The plateau of Arlington Heights offers the most maeniflcent view to be beheld in Southern California, embracing the whole of the Los Angeles Valley, and extending from San Pedro sud Santa Moulca on the Paclnc ocean, acro>s the plains to the foot hills, and up to tho snowy hclvhis of the Sicrre Madre mountains. This table- aud or mesa is perfectly level and unbroken, but 60 feet higher than tho elevation of Spring and Main streets. To reach it there ore no hills to climb, and as the streets leading from the ceuter of Los Augeles city up to it follow the eamc even grade it is as easy of actcess as Washington Gardens. The soil of Arlington Heights is a rich loam, mellow and fri.ble at all seasons, and easy to cultivate The vineyards and orchards surrounding it give undisputed evidence that every aero of Arlington Heights will produce grapes and fruit without irrigation. A stratum of purest well water is str-'ck anywhere on the tract at a depth of irom thirty to sixty feet. The plateau of Arllng ton ileights is unequaU<"' for health. A gentle breeze from the Pacific ocean fans it daily; sea foes never reach ita elevation, and frosts being almost unknown on the ' Mesa," the most tender plants, such as to matoe vines, bear fruit th .'re every day of the year. The Banta Monica branch of tbe 8. P. R. R. ruusa'ringside this elegant tract; the present terminus of the Electric Street Railroad Is distant one half mile from Ar lington Heights, and it is expected that it will be extended to and through Arlington Heights. Every city has its one fashlouablc. suburb par excellence; as London has its Rich mond, and Parlshas Its Saint Cloud. ArliDg ton Heights, by a happy combination of ad vantages, promises to b-.'come a fush able addition to Los Angeles, of the beau ful mansions aud parx-like grounds of the wealthy. The elegant lawns and etttely mansions of the rich will be found here within a short time, and purchasers who u;ke advantage of our low prices and ea*y terms will renp a golden inrvest of their inves niant in Ar liugto i Heights. For further particulars, prices and maps, apply to the office of the Arlingtou Heights Land St Wnter C unpauv. WIESBNDArIGF li Ar iJONSAI.I.. 25 West First St., up stairs, corner of First and Spring streets, or JAMES P MCCARTHY, ■23 West Fir t St., or ROBERT TURNER, (20 111 West First St. Dr. Pierces Electric Belt! Tne Grandest Electro-Medical Alliance of ttt Hlutititt CeHtnry. IT POSITIVELY RELIEVES AND CURE 3, wlthou; medicine, all diseases and weak nesses of male or female that can possibly be relieved or cured by Electricity and Magnetism. Dr. Pierces beU is tbe only one which will produce electricity with or without acids; giving when charged a cur rent of high tension, which can be in s antly felt by tho wearer. Contains all the latest Improvements, including an improved electric suspensor* roR men. Also special attachment for Ladies' Belts. The following short extracts, which are taken from the recent letters, are but samnlos of scores of others which are con staTiy arriving at our San FrancißCO and St. Louis offices: «I,lie Benewer." It gives me great pleasure to acknowledge , moBt Canby, W.T. No more Physic. I swallowed bottle a'tcr bottle of medi cine/bu instead of doing me good I actu ' alv believe It did mo harm. IJre. t getting worse until I obtained Dr. Pierces Belt. That was the "mediciue" for me. 1 con slder it tho most wonderful remedy ever * W-so*ro«, lng to give it a Westminsteri B ,' c . j From a E.ady. ! Havlne worn one of your Electro-Magnetic Belts I have derived untold benefit from its , utl • * * I have often wished the real value of your Belt could be known and un ' dcrsiood for the benefit of those who are stiffering as I have. No one could have ■ been more faithless than 1 was£h« the Belt was recommended to me. Rev. Dr. J. 9 Willis and wife, now of Aurora, N. V., will confirm the truth of what I say to you, for they know how very much I have boeu benefited MBS. M«RY E. WELLES, boueutea. J» Kedwood Falls, Minn, ray- Avoid worthless so-called Electric ' Be'tiTwhich are being peddled about the country For full particulars of Or. Pierces Celebrated Belts aud Trusses, address Magnetic Elastic Truss Company 704 Sacramento Bt., San Francisco, Cal. or 3V4 N. sixth it., St. Louis, Mo. laS French Benevolent Society. UNDERTAKERS WHO ARE DEBIROU3 to bid (or tbe burying of d--conned members of the French Benevo'ent Society of Los Angeles, durum the year, are ro oneßted to forward their proposals to tre Secrotary of the society before April 8,1887. P. O. BOX T9. , mr 23 WNINCBAM & BRYANT, Real Estate Agents, Office, Cor. Third and E Sts., San Bernardino, - California. mi, 3m. FOR SALE! BUSINESS PKOPEBTY. 2J FEET ON SPRING STREET, •1000 PER FRONT FOOT. FEET ON SPRING STREET, 92000 PER FRONT FOOT. 35 FEET ON SPRING STREET, 08000 PER FRONT FOOT. FEET ON SPRING STREET, •ISOO PER FRONT FOOT. £Q FEET ON SPRING STREET, «860 PER FRONT FOOT. 2Q FEET ON SPRINtj STREET, STOO PER FRONT FOOT. 2Q FEET ON SPRING STRRET, *B.'>o RJER FRONT FOOT. <jQ FEET ON SPRING STREET, SIMM) PER FRONT FOOT, j2Q FEET ON SPRING STREET (CORNER), • 1000 PER FRONT FOOT, j 2Q FEET ON SPRING STREET (COENEB), «700 PER FRONT FOOT. McCOYE & CUSHMAN, feM7-im 23 North Spring Street. FOR SALE BY BEN E. WARD, ISTo. 4 COURT STREET. 80 acres in Glendale, convenient to 561—Ccr. Virgin street, house of 5 steam dummy railroad from Los An- rooms, closets, etc.; lot 72.185. i relcs will sell as a whole or in 5 Price ■• •••• 3700 ■ aare lots at per acre 3 300 555—Neat house In East Los Angeles, w»ter T>iDed to each lot; terms to convenient to cars, house 6 rooms suit ancl bath; city water; barn, nice 4V, acre's on Downev avenue, on line l»wn, hedges, flowers, etc.; lot of street cars; S3.') leet frontage; a 60x165-cheap 8000 splendid tract to subdivide. The 558-Clncinnntistreet uearcsblecars, land lays high, commanding a fine house 5 rooms, lot 50x150—fruita, view and will cut up into elegant flowers, ein— H cash 3000 building lots 10,000 560—Downey avenue, house 8 rooms, 8 acres i. n Jefferson street, corner lot, city water, nice improvements, nil iv orange! and fruits of all va- lot 110x108 to alley 6300 rieties- water rights; ditch runs 549—Carr street, house 7 rooms, bath, through the p:ace. Th scau be had closets, etc., completely furnished, if taken soon at, peracre 800 lot 70x120. Price 8700 20 acres near Downey; new house of 551—Nlaih street, on car line, bouse o 5 rooms' 7 acres in vines, 5 acres in. rooms, nard flniahed, good barn, bearing Ziufaudel vines, man; va- lot 53x157 to alley 2000 rie ies of iruit trees in bearing, in- 553-Washington st., house of 5 rooma eluding 170 solt-6bellcd English wal- aud bath, stable, carriage house, nut trees 4 yctrs old; 3 ecres in al- sheds, etc —all kinds of fruits—lot falfa: fine bored well, good barn, 10.")xl95-cars pass the door 4000 etc. Price 1000 One of the coiiest li tie homes in Los 20 acres ou Main street, of mile * Dgeles, nice 5 room cottage—cel from where a depot is to be estab- lar, flue cistern 2-story barn and lished on La liallona Railroad; 17 small house for servant, almost acreB iv choice varieties of vines, 3 under tho electric ii|ht in East acres in alfalfa; good ts-room house, Los Angeles—fine large lot 120 x baru aud outhouses; water piped to 165, literally covered with the house and grounds. Price, peracre 400 finest fruit of every variety, Will soon be worth ¥500. flowers, shrubbery, lawn, stone 10 acres V< miles from Downey; pavement, bestsid« of street, not ha' dy loam soil; 5 acres In Zinlau- a blomish, all furnished—possess del vines; several varieties of fruit ion on one day's notice—look at it. trees; small ho .se, barn, outhouses, Terms easy 6500 etc • water «tock witii place. Price 2000 602—2 new houses, 6 rooms and bath 114 acres near Compton; 66 acres in each, in Park tract. Modern con alfalia, 25 acres in barley, balance veniences, A No. 1. Lota 50x150. pasture land ; well watered, 7-iuch Easy terms. Price,each .......... 2600 flowing artesian well; small or- 604—House of 8 rooms, in University chaid, good Groom house, large tract. Good well, windmill, tank barn, plenty oi wood: river touches and stable, nil complete. Some ouo p.'rtlonof ranch. Price, per acre 100 fruit Lot (5x270. Price 6060 Two-thirds cash, balance lv 1 and 605— Large mnaern house of 17 rooms, 2 years. Will exchange for de- on cable Hue. Fine lawn, flowers, sirable property in Los Angeles. barn, carriage house, etc. Co ncr 30 acrcß in Garden Grove; gooa house lot, 50x155—; ;1 cash, balance on of 4 rooms; 6 acres in alfalfa, 0 acres time. Price 9000 in Muscat grapes 4 years old, 18 592—Elinira street; fine location for a acres good grain laud; artesian well 2200 grocery store—House, barn, car -88 acres one mile from Los Angeleß: riage hous", horse and phteton, houso oi 4 rooms, outbuildings, 2 poultry and furniture. Lot 50x100. good wells; 15 acres in bearing Cash 5000 vines 5 years old laisin and wive 591—San Pedro street, corner—Good graces, foreign varieties; 10 acres lv house; lot 43x139. Price 4100 alfalfa; deep, rich soli; all fenced Part cash; balance, 18 mouths, and crossfeneed This is W"rth 3500 590—Hotel in Pasadena—New three per acre; em be bought, ii taken story building of 28 rooms, with all soon at ter a ere 300 modern conveniences, stationary o0 acres at La Canada; will sell in 10 wash stands in every rtoni. All atira 1»1 if desired. This property newly furnished Is doing a fine lonts on Michigan avenue; water business. Lot 50x160, to alley. Good rights with lots. Price, per acre.... "•"> ... I t T "'J n * ntl Vce v ; •••••••••• • 14 > 000 5000 acres iv Salinas valley. Monterey oSS-NorthO ive street-New two story county, ou the S. P. E.R ; the Sa- house oi 8 roomB; lot 60x105. Price SoCO Unas river runs through the ranch, with abundaut supply oi water. ACHE 3 FO* SUBDIVISION. This Und is all under thorough cut- ~m BCres we6t o[ c , tT near BaptistCol tlvatiou at present. Will sell in lots lege and on Hue oi exteuslon ol to suit, from 20 acres upward, at s e coud-strect cable road, from iflCO to »125 per acre. On every There is 150 per cent, in this piece 1000 ae.rt.-s there is a house aud barn; of pr( , P eriy in 12 monthsnseasy as good climate and flue soil. rolling off a log to men with 20 acres alfalfa laud half mile from money to handle this. 1 can but Comptou; hoUBe of 4 rooms; water say see it; it will co t you noth stock with place. Will sell or ex- iu i jwm t>e pleased to Uke chsuge for city property and pay you out if you mean business .... difference if necessary. 19 acres inside city limits and near 22H acres at Florence, adjoin'ng new Jtnplist College. ri>.lit on Second depot; 5 acres in bearing vines. siroot cable extension. There ia Price *250 per aore; 17? i acres in 73 p or Cl , utt j Q this In4months. barley at, pet aare 200 Terms easy: f.'iO.O c ish, iiUOO mO Will sell separately if desired. yt months lOacreshalf mile from Fair grounds; (J „„,,',, o iit«ilc cty limits for ]7,0f!0 rich, most laud: never requires it- 91, acres outside city limits for 17 off ligation; will raise auy kind of fruit W'; acres ou'.ide city limits for 1-2.5W or vegetables. Price. *0O j w , oufidccl:v imits for 18,000 Hali cash, balance in 1 and 2 yrs. Also 1) acres adjoining above, with nrKTNP4=s PROPERTY, neat hou.e of I rooms am bath; ' »«ai hard - finished : barn, windmill, 60x168 Spring street : 0.000 shrubbery and dower garden, all 60x105 Svuiug street iti.ouo under cultivation. Price, if taken 50x1«5 Spring rtrect 4U,u00 soon 6000 80X188 Spring street wy>o 3'xlOfi Fort street RH 40x'30 Los Angeles street .X houses and lots. £^ street .;;;• MX 573—New cottage cor. Temple street: 36x'75 Upper Main itrect • 7,200 5 rooms, bath, summer kitchen; 70x17.'. Upper Main street, corner, and modern coveniences; high bri k 3 fronts, all improved, rents at $^30 basement, with stationary wash- pc month. •■ ■•■ ''vJJO tubs; cor. lot to iliev; flue t;;!xl?.i Upper Main to New High '"'^O two-story barn, st >ne walks iuslde 143x-'UO Alameda street '„ and out; half cash 14000 86x128 Maiu street, Improved J0,501 Insurance in First-Class Companies Only fjgJf-iU OH EV TO LOAN "Ws I CAN BUY OR SELL YOU RICH—LOAN MONEY FOR YOU, OH LOAN you money. Ilsve loaned, during a 5 years' residence iv this county, hundreds of thousands of dollars and ha.ye yet to know of the first Inßtance where the interest was not forthcoming or vhere a foreclosure suit was brought. "GILT-EDGE SECURITY OR NO MONEY" IS MY MOTTO. If you have a good piece of property and want it sold AT AUCTION, in a square, honest aud satisfactory manner, I would be pleased to confer with you. For further con sideration, call on BEN E. WARD, No. 4 Court Street, Los Angoles. PIANOS. JOHN W. GARDNER, | GQ , No, 212 South Spring Street, Breed Block. j Q * i C: -<j j ONLY EXCLUSIVE j § PianoandOrgan House, £ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FOR CASH AND ON INSTALLMENTS GQ ' O y~ AOENT FOR \j Steinway, Chickering, Steek, Knabe Hardman, Emerson and many other jl rH leading Pianos. Story & Clark, Kir- r ball, Taber and other Organs. o ? Instruments to Rent. f27-lm K. MARTI N & CO., 408 Front Street, San Franclico, PROPRIETORS OF THE FOLLOWING POPULAR BRANDS OF WHISKIES : J. F. Cutter Extra Old Bourbon and Rye ln barrel*and half barrel mtller'e Extra Old Bourbon ln bamJ * and , >' al ' » J. A. Bllller, Chicken Cock in barre a and ha f barre . Argonaut Old Bourbon and Rye in barrola and half barrel* For Flavor, Purity and General Excellence these Whiskies ate Unsurpassed. ' * IIG-em OITY OF PARIS. Spring and Summer, 1887, Novelties JUST RECEIVED, THE MOST MAGNIFICENT LINE OF IMPORTED Dress Goods and Trimmings EVEU. SHOWS IN THIS CITY. THE CREAM DO NOT FAIL -OF- -TO- The European SI 1 EXAMINE —*■**>— WJ UV/ —OUB— Eastern Markets. New Stock of Goods, CITY OK PARIS, Tbe Peerless Dry Goods Emporium of Southern California, 106, 107 AND 109 NORTH SPRING STREET. GrRANI) OPEISTINO! MMSON~de PARIS, Wilson Block, 22 W. First Street. MADAME DELER JNFORMB HER CUSTOMERS THAT SHE HAS ADDED TO HER STOCK A FINE LINE OF MILLINERY GOODS, Which she will offer at tli« most rodsonable prices. She has imported all ber French Hats and Bonnets direct from Paris. gtp- While in the East she encased a first-class Trimmer from Chicago- Her opening will occur MONDAY. March 81st She will be happy to receive all friends and patrons. mrl6-7t TuITICRANT FARM IMPLEMENT CO,, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Agricultural Implements, Engines, Threshers, RUSHFORD HARM AND EXPRESS WAGONS, SELF-BINDERS AND HEADERS, BARBED WIRE, SCALES, ETC. ACME PULVER IZING HARROW. It will pay you to get prices on Our New Mowers and Improved Hay Rakes, BEFORE BUYING. 533 'NORTH LOS ANGKLES ST., EOS ANGELES. mla-dAw-lm Ouick-Mcal Gasoline Stoves! THE BEST MADE. Buy One, Try It Thoroughly and. it Not Absolutely Satisfactory, Bring- it Back and Met Your money ! aggv-Wiil remove about April 10th to 15th to over new storerooms 133 and 13ft WESJtFIRST STREET, next to tbe uew "Times"building, corner of Fort and First. "Tom Will show the finest line of MANTELS, GRATES and CLUB-HCSE URATES, Etc., ever shown on the Pacific Coast. STOVES and RANGES; House Furnishing In all line*. CRANDALL, CROW & CO., Not. 30 and 38 ~North Spring Street, Los Angeles, California: ml '-lm WEST BONNIE BRAE TRACT! Situated on Ninth. Street. High Elevation! Magnificent Views I NO STEEP HILLS I Sea Breeze! City Water! No Adobe! Street-Car Facilities f GOOD DRAINAGE! MT-Arlstocratlc Neighborhood! Low Prices ! Favorable Ternao~«A FOR SALE BY C. A. SIJMNEH A. CO 14 North Spring Street DOBINSON Ac I'AIKCHILD « Worth Spring Street ■ fll-2m ESTABLISHED im. " INCORPORATED Ut Crane Bros. Manufacturing Comp'y, CHICAGO, PITTSBUBO, OMAHA, LOS ANGELES. 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 lat, AT Nos. 18, 20, 22 and 24 Hequena Street, Corner Los Angeles, feb27tf "'OS ANOFILES. CtHrORNU THE OCCIDENTAL UNIVERSITY TRACT. /• ONE HUNDRED LOTS OUT OF THIB TRACT PUT ON THE MARtKT to-day. Elegant Lots ! splendid Location ! Lowest Prices ! Neir Edncaul™.! Center ! Convenient to the City ! Unsurpassed for Healthf ulness ! »"".»™m BEST CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT YET OIFEBEO. flee maps of tract, on Court Street, with BURCH A BOALi MILLS RRlwtntn FIELD. Offered for tale by order of the Board of Trustees of the Occidental UnlvJoiuw of Los Angeles. >«™»y I S. H. WELLER, . March 17,1187. (mrlS-lm) PasiuMKT of tb* Soasd. \ 5