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"The Hiwstrated Herald."
This publication, by far the most superior
■umber yet issued, is ready for delivery
and can be purchased or all newsdealers
aad at the HtRA ld Counting Booms.
The advocates of the gold standard
i continue to antagonize the interests
* of tht) great west in trying to create a
public sentiment against the Bland
bill, which requires the purchase of
silver bullion and the coinage of the
same to the extent of $2,300,000 per
month by the treasury department of
1 the United States. They try to make
people beliei* that the treasury pays
out gold for this silver bullion, which
is not the case. All silver bullion
purchased by the treasurer of the
United States is paid for in silver cer
tificates which only cost their manu
facture, or in standard dollars on
i. .' which the government makes 23 per
cent, profit, which is used to pay off
the national debt and pay the ex-
pen.Boß of tlie nation. No gold is paid
Sp for silver bullion. The Bank of
England, by act of Parliament in
1844, has been and is now compelled
to purchase all the gold that is offered
to it at £3, 17 shillings 9d. per ounce
of 916% fineness, or forfeit its charter,
and to pay for the same in Bank of
England notes. "Why should London
and Wall street financiers object to
the government of the United States
having the privilege of buying silver
at a profit of 23 per cent, and paying
for it in silver ceitificates that cost
but a trifle? Yet, in face of this at
tempt to keep up the price of gold by
the British government, the Bank of
England failed in 1847, in 1857, 1865,
1869 and 1870. Here is a sample of
financiering on a gold basis, when the
great, rich British nation .suspends
specie payment five times in thirty
years. Germany has been trying
the gold standard by buying
gold and paying for it •in
Imperial German National Bank
notes at 1392 marks per pound of 500
grammes, 9CO fineness. The action
of these nations in prescribing the
price of gold per ounce, payable in
paper, shows that they do not believe
in the intrinsic value of that metal;
then why should they object to the
action of the United States in pre
scribing the weight of silver dollars?
The Imperial German National Bank
suspended specie payment in 1880, so
a gold standard did not save the
credit of that institution. In the old
world the value of gold seems fixed
by legislation and not by intrin
sic value. In the United states the
people have an equal right to legislate
upon the weight and value of the
standard dollar. It must and will re
main at 412)3 grains. Those who
want its weight increased to suit the
views of bullion brokers, would soon
make it as large as a cart wheel.
Why don't these financiers attempt
to bulldose Germany, France and
Great Britain into increasing the
weight of their coin?
Sinc_ the pity Council has deter
mined to pave the business portion of
Ti\ Main and Spring streets with stone
and asphaltum, it becomes necessary
to ascertain what kind of asphaltum
or what mixture of sand and aspha -
turn is necessary to spread as a cov
ering over the atone blocks. It should
be a smooth surface so that it may be
washed, and swept by a streetsweep-
J I ing machine. The most careful tests
' should be made of the article and the
best kind chosen. Los Angeles pro
duces a very superior kind of asphal
tum tnd of course will present speci
mens before the proper committee.
Santa Cruz will also present speci
mens, in fact tbe specimens are here
, alieady. It is claimed by those who
have used the Santa Cruz article that
from its exposure on the banks of the
ocean where it receives a daily bap-1
tiam of salt sea air aad a sprinkling
of seashore sand that it possesses
greater durability than any otber
kind. How much reason there is for
this claim the committee must deter
mine. On the other hand the Los
Angeles producers of asphaltum claim
that if salt sea sand is esseutial to the
durability of that commodity as a
pavement they can salt sand it for all
that is necessary, as the county has
ninety miles of sea coast sand and
about sixty miles parallel to it from
wbich asphaltum can be procured.
The pavement laid last year in Spring
street has worn Tell. If bet
ter pavement can be had the
better should ba procured. Other 1
things being equal it would be
a wise policy to use the home-made
article rather than that from abroad.
Now is tbe time for the asphaltum '
producers and refiners to make ex
peri men t8 with their products and I
see if they cannot make a mixture
that shall possess the greatest dura- s
tbS PAITjY HERALD. MAIICH 27 .1887.
Due de Montebello Ohampagne,
1. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist.
Drink Bjss's Royal Belfsst Ginger Ale.
TenaUl's Punch Cigars at P. O. Cigar Store.
Dnode Montebello champagne atWeyse
Dr. C J. Mullen, corner Fourth and Main,
Horse blankets and buggy robes at Foy's
Burkes porter is food and drink com
bined. Try It.
Sea shells polished st Kan Koo, 238 N.
Main Bu, wholesale or retail.
Plush parlor suits, easy chairs. New In
voice Just arrived at Allen's.
Carpets —spring patterns — now arriving.
Prices lower then ever, at Allen's.
If yon want to furnish your house with
little money, oallat Al'en's. 82 8. Spring St.
Nursing mothers should use Burkes por
ter. It is a swift tonic.
Ash, cherry and walnut belroom sets.
Cxtra inducements offered tula week at
Dr W<lllams continues to treat all heart,
throat and chest diseases by his new and
pop.ilar system of medicated inhalations,
275 N. Main street.
Go and s.et Caned
At the Chicago Hat Store, 35 N. Main street.
A cave is given away to each purchaser of
"Wants," "Personals," aud other adver
tisements under the following heads in
serted at t .0 rate of 5 cents per line for
bility. If the producers of the arti
cle in this city and county fail to pre
sent the best product they will have
nobody to blame but themselves for
their failure. It is time to be up and
doing; experiments should be careful
and complete; and the good people
of Los Angeles county should know
no such word as fail. The matter of
paving the streets of this city, and
the cities that are springing up around
her, will call f ->r millions of tons ol
this invaluable product and be a per
manent source of wealth to the peo
The Evening Expreu, of this city,
yesterday completed the sixteenth
year of its existence and is the oldest
daily evening journal in this city,
while the Herald is the oldest morn
ing journal in Los Angeles. Our
evening contemporary reports itself
in a flourishing condition, which is
clearly indicated by its well filled ad
vertising columns. It is also appro
priate to say that the oldest morning
journal, like the oldest evening jour
nal, is enjoying the most bountiful
and uninterrupted success. It seems
that the veterans who have stood by
tho interests of the city through good
ami evil report, are all well remem
bered and rewarded.
WAJiT F. £>— HEL 1».
TO TAKE vAKEOK
l'dgtug house—make up beds, etc. *20
„ m ooth 20 Wilmlng on street. m*7 7t
ANTKU—A YOU.-.U vVoMAiN CI.EnK;
must be a good penman. Addres-
MAGNOLIA, P O. box LM, Lo« Angeles,
with full name and sddr g« - '7-BuWFBt
\\T \.S l't Lt—A CO PEfENT HoOttKEtP-
W c, who undersisuda the gTOCe y '>usi-
UKh'. R fercuces lequired. Address 11. 8.,
H. rald office. ma 7 2t
\x-ANr"D-A GOOD HOY AT KAULE
»» SON'S 60 N S-o-ing st. m»7tf
TNTKi'-A S.EADY i.oY <0 RUN a
small engine. Apply at B. BOHIt
MANN 8 Wood Mantle Manufactory, H4
Boats Spring street. sll? st
VY well acquainted Bsventh Day AdvSU
list, Udy or gentleman, lor work among
people of same Inlth. large piy to the
right P'J"^ "CON "tM«■ offlep- WSTIt
U, JIIEU-li - ils K"SOnAI)I.Mi. AP
ply to E. C. BUKLINUAMK, No. 8.
Beaudr. avenue. uiW-lni
IVANTEDAT ONCK-FIRST C LA3B UP
*v holster aud matt'ess imker. Apply
CALIFORNIA UPHoLSIEKING CO.. 2i2
Downet A c., East Los Angoles. m! 7 tf
11'ANTED—4 IRONEKB AT EXCEI SIOR
v» Steam Laundry ml" 'f
WAVTfcD — KaVKIEK for win£
trade. Must b<'well acquainted Will
be required lo take a limited partnership
»ud nves. 11500 Address Bonafido. po.
Box 1034, Los Augeles, Oa'. mils tw
TWO APPRENTICES TO LEARN MlL
lin»ry; also, two makers wmited. Ap-
P.yat MRS. I)lol.b.ii, '22 West First street,
L s Ansa es, Cal. ml) tt
aNTED-FIRST CL\B- MAI E AND
lemale h-lp constantly at 35 Bouth
Spring street Telephone SSI in4-lm
siTIiATIOMI W'SI »:i>.
Tin: number of orange trees in Los '
Angeles county in IH7B whs 103,500.
In 18S0 the number returned by the
County Assessors was 729,000. If that
is not equal to the increase in the
northern citrus belt it is certainly
very fair for this section. Probably
the number this year will reach a
million trees if a complete enumera
tion shall be made.
We are full of our u>*w, attractive and
meritorious goods. Every department has
received a meritorious supply. Our millin
orv department Is the most jammed of all
with its many new styles aud shaoes; orna
ment", trimmings, ribbons, flowers, and
feather pompous and new sOods coming iv
* Vie call' attention to our sale of Etimlne
cloths to-day iv ail snide-, including black,
at lfc a yard, siug.e width, aud three
founhs wool; would be cheap at 25c.
Double-fold, dt gounl cloth lv nil shades,
to day st 200 Tbe-e goods are worth 35.
Sco'toh wool cheviot cloth, 36 inchc- wide,
the newest and most durable goods iv tbe
market, 48c a yard.
Chddieu's lace collars, sometning very
handsome, 7flo: in two colors; wo th $1.50
Ca'aUn lace tidies, 12J4C worth 35c.
Linen lace tidie-. 1"C apiece, worth 25c
Hrown Can;ou flannel, 5o a yard, worth
' l sC
Upron checked ginghams, 7Hc a yard,
Ladies'gatis 1 vests, 25c apiece, worth 4,c
Whits MarseUes, pattern B, cruchet bed
spreads, $1, worth tl r>o.
Canes Given Away
To each purchaser of a hat st the Chicago
Hal Store, SS6 S Mam street.
H. 11. Chapman
Has removed his offlce from No. 6 Cummer'
cial street to rooms 1 and 2, McDonald
Block, Main street.
Free to All.
That nobby cane was given to me at the
Chicago Hst Store. No So N. Msl'i street.
A cane is given free to each purcha er of
The Bonnie Highland trict, paced on
sale to-day at Duarte, Is very high iv eleva
tion.rlchin soil, covered w'th orange and
oak t-ees and easy of cces* There are
bargains lor those who spp'y eirly to
BTIM-0N & HIGGINS, lti Court street, Los
Augeles, or on ; h •p. emlses, Duarte, Cal
Latest Style- of Rate
Of all description at the Chicago Hat Sore,
ss N, Main sireet, and a cane given to each
One de montebello (lhampagns!
Finest imported br»nd.
Chickerlng, Hardman, Steck, Emmereon
aud other pianos can be found at Gardner's
fine piano and organ rooms No. 212 South
Bamuel P Pi.tnam, from New York, Sec
retary of the Ami rican k cular Union, the
uoteo Liberal orator, wi.l sp-ak ot OJd Fe
lows Hall Sunday evening, March 27, at 7:30.
Subject: "The uew heaven and the new
Interest ing to Ladles.
Ladles, Mrs. Borch will show you the
very lste-t styles st he- store, 22 South
Main, lv all the uew shades of ribbons,
aauzes, velvets, etc , etc. Mrs. Dorch his
had long experience in this business, and
never tails to give satisfaction. Call and
see the pretty styles and be convinced.
Tbe Meluwsy, •
Chlckering, Haidmau, Steck, Emmerson
and other pianos can be found at Gardner's
fine piano and organ rooms, No. 212 South
S. W. Strong;, B P. MacKoon, ."tl.
MoKoon A Strong, houses, lots, acres,
farms, vtnevardi, orange grove*, ranches
money to loon. No. 114 W. First St., Nadeau
Shirts made to order at Eagleson A Co.'s,
50North Spriug street.
To and from Los Angeles from Santa Monica
on Thursday evenings.
Mnke a visit to tbe tropb-al Sandwich
I lands. Hawaiian volcanoes in sctive
eruption, Bouna-trlp tickets at reduoed
Iflr. K. Is. Keck,
A prominent tescher of singing and oulti
vatlon of Uie voice, contemplates locatiug
in this city in April.
"Where did you get th.t elegant silver
headed cane?' "Why.lt was given to me,
and a nice present It is. They give a cane
to each purchaser of a hat at the Chicago
Hat Store, 35 N Main s reet.
Buy Eagleson's perfect fitting shirts, 50
North Spriug street.
Burkes porter la endorsed by physiclsns.
Consumptives and invalids should use it.
Holmes a- Scott.
Dealers In coal, wood, bay and grain, 157 S
W. W. Widney, real estate and insurance,
21W. First street, room 7, up-Btiirs. has some
extra good bargains on hand for this Week.
Call and see him.
No other locality in Southern California
offers such Inducements for homes and In
vestments as this. Either ln lots or lands.
For particulars Inquire of the Southern
California Investment Company 114 First
sOeet, Nadeau Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Health office free vaccination located on
Fort street, between Second and Third, in a
tent on city grounds.
I Goods at factory prices at Eagleson A
Co. 's, 50 North Spring street.
On draught at the Fountain.
One ate montebello Champagne !
In every first-class house.
Burkes porter strengthens and tones the
system. The best malt liquor.
Every well dressed man should wear
Eagleson's perfect fitting shirt-collars, culls'
Ghlrardelli's solvable cocoa la fresher
stronger and superior to any Imported. I
BARUAINM IN HEAL ESTATE.
OR BARGAINS IN~CITY OR COUNTRY
realty,go to G W. BURTON. Beml-Troplc
Land Co., 106 N- Spring St., Temp:e Block.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN SAN GA
«■ briel valley. G. W. BUR I ON, Semi,
Tropic Land Co., 198 N. Spring St., Temple
Bl"Ck , m26tl
HE CHEAPEST PLACiTNAZUSA—ALL
improv»d, 8175 per acre, plenty of wa
ter. G W. BURTON. Seml-Troplc Land
CO., MS, Bprin- st., 1 emple m 25 f
BE A UTIFU LToT - PA X X VILLA TRACT,
50x168 feet, $1200—1 list $.100 of a bargain
In thi.. Take It to-day. G. W. BURTON,
Its; North Spring street, Temple Block. mSOIf
KIOR SALE—BUSINESS CORNER ON
r First stre-1, In same block as new sauta
¥i depot This will b- come valoablo bind
ness p operty. It wl Ibe offered low for n
few days by FORUKj'I Ell & SMITH. No. 6
Court street n-22 t'l-trm.
Lis... OAlJi— ~\ AlAiol'.iil'sUßSiU tin.
J} foo'hills ne-r Cooke's at l)alt.,n Osfion
140 rores, be-utitullv located and w, 1
watered: about one-half mile from P. O
and new depot Will he sold in 5,10, 20, 40
or 80 sere tracts to suit Piice
$300 to $400 per acre. No better investment
cm b made If bought at once, ou acc-un'
ol the unheard-of'demind of these warm
and sheltered orange lauds that must bring
$1000 an acre within two yea's. Toams
from Pomona to view feso tracts free ol
ct-arge. AMBROSE, BKOWN & WHRELER
Pomn- a, Cal BttMf
tMttt >• •LA—V&A . Oil U>U -1 » - ».>KS.
r Large and small trscts snd town lots.
Full Information given to those dcslrlns
pleaßHUt homes. 0,,0 d soil and climate.
R. C CARL'ON, 28 N. s*prlnv st m 3-lm
IfOR BALE—FINEST QUARTER SECTION
L 1 ln Antelope Vulley: also a bargnlti ln a
splendid lsrve lot and house In the city. At
Turnverein Hall. 137 So tb Spring St. mil tf
PARCELS, AG 111 HUK A CO, HAVE FO"
sa'e, at special bargains, lois iv tbe KHz
gerald tract, on Ninth street, Rt 10 to 30 per
cent less th in >urroundlug propeny, for a
few days only; also long list of city and
country property at low ratis. 12 Court
street mil tf
FOR SALE—BY BUIIUY, BUima _c
Smith, eight acres, fltiely improved,
three fourths mile west of city limn-, iv
tho Cahuet git district, 67500.
Ten acres southwest of Agricultural Park:
Seventy-five acres of oil land near New
Oue half acre on Adams street, flucly im
proved, with five-room house: *3 00.
Thirty acres on lenjple street, just out
side of the city limits; S 00 per acre
Twenty acres ou Alnuuda, all in full
bearfug orange orchard aud viueysrd;
A flue orange orchard of twenty-four
acres on Lemon stre t: 31000 per acre.
Several flne lots iv the Bounln Hrac tract
Lands iv Antelope valley at *6 to $10 per
Building lots in all parts of tho city at
prices to suit all.
itestlei.ces in all parts of the city.
Tbe most of the property ou our books
ca be had on easy terms.
The above Is sele< ted from a very large
list of property which we have on our boots
'or sac. Reasonable terms can be hart on
most of our property. fe"23'f
Tfuß SALE IN TRACTS TO SUIT, $50 PER
•*- acre: IS miles from L',s Auge es, near
ocean. WALTERS & TUBBS, Pico House.
INARMS ANO TOWN LO I B—FARMS8 —FARMS OF
1 all sizes, from five to sixteen hundred
acres of land for sale; one of 806 acres a spe
cial bargain; also town lots in the Irou 8 ii
phur Springs Tract. New life in and near
this family resort, inciden' o the comiug of
tho railroads. The best of natural miueral
waters and baths. C. T. WIDNEY A CO.,
Fulton Wells P. O. Cal. uo2l-H
_ !££______!_! VH XPIMS.
PARTNER WANTED IN AN OLD ES.
tabllsbed and eood paying business.
Good chance for a live man. No one need
apply only that mean business. Address
"X," P. O Box IMP, City. _U7 3t
CORNER GROCERY CENTRALLY LOCA
ted, doing good business. Satisfactory
rtason-i for wanting to sell. Address "X.
Y. Z.," Herald office. m26-3t
ITIOR SALE—AN ESTABLISHED MIL' IS
■ cry aud fancy goods business iv Sau
Bernardino; doing a good business: is In a
good location. For particulars address
m g BELACtiI.VIN B'n Biro rdlno. wgg 7t
liUJR SALS, OrlHAP— bo lOtttf tl Soul'
1 And fruit st re. Cail at 234 Bueua Vista
street. ni23 7t
ITIOR SALE—A FIRST-CLABB SALOON
J_ and lo ging-tiotise, In the couutrj ;
de Hug 'mm $ & to $20 datlfj this is n bar
gain. Address, O VV , this fflce. vn '3 6
TTIOR SALE-INTERES IN EST . BUs 11EL)
JD busii e»s: tburougn Investigation solic
l:ed. Address BUbINESS, 220 8. Spring
street. m 22 7t
PARI'Nr.K WAN E , IO JoTH IHE AD
vertiser, with a few hundr, d or a thoua
aod dollars. In a first class paying business:
fullest investigation solicited aad referen
ces given; no previous ,-xperience necessa
ry, Address MERCHANT, P. O Box 1194,
Los Angele-, Cil fcbl"-:tmos
PARTNERSHIP WANTED—A GENTLE
mau of exp rienc, w th $1000 lo $ISOO at
command, wishes to join In partnership
wi'h a paying coo crn, where his time sod
money can be uillzed Address BONA.
FIUE, csre room 3, No. 28 N. Spring street
Los Augeles, t'al fe'il7-:ino*
CIOMMKRCIAL N GHT SCHOOL, — IS-
I Btructl n will be g yen at most reason
able terms iv bookkeepl ug and all grammar
and high scho al stnaies. Cimdidates pre
pared for culle c and teacher's examina
tions. Rooms Schumacher Block. L. B
I.AWSON, FRED. U. CLARK, A. 11.,
11/ AN 1 ED— I-UPIL-, FOR PI \NO, ORGAN
vv and voice taught in tbe most tnorouglt
manner. Terms, $5 per month. Beginners,
iv classes of tivo or three, $3 per mouth.
S lUsLicliou guaranteed or money refunded.
For partlculais call at 149 Wall street f;Btf
FARINTB MUSICAL STUDIO RE
. moved to No. 11 West 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. 1880, and is now in successful
progress. For circulars, address McPHER
RON BROS., 602 Grand aye., Los Angeles,
Cal an 3
S/lft tIMSI SI,.
oTVTIAI'E - oF~INTEREST CHARGED
»t Union L >au Office, No. 3 North Main
<H*il\ llAfk 'tO LOAN ON CITY REAL
_)_.IM)tJvJ estate. Apply to J. W.
HitOWNING No 9 South Main street.
MONEY i O LOAA ON REAL ESTATE
in am unts to suit. BRoDTBECK &
PENNEY, No. 19N Spring St. <eb6tf
ton HErvr— nn ni,i,A%btu s.
FOR RENT—SMALL OFFICES ON THE
ground floor with water and gaa. at3ltt
and 818 North Main street opposite the new
postofflce. Inquire on the premises, m 27 fit
iil iR RENI —UOiEl, Al UUU.iiluiMiA
! on very reasonable t»rms. Address or
apply to CucamongaLand Co , room 3, Dow
ney Block mstf
IJiOR RENI'—AT FROM $3 TO $20 PER
I year; safe deposit boxes in absolutely
fire and burglar prool chrome steel vault
Inspection invited. THE CHILDREN
BAFK DEPOSIT BANK, 37 South Spring st.
ADAMS BROS., DENTIBTB, 23 8. SPRING
street, rooms 4 and 5.
Gold fillings from $2 up.
Amalgam and silver fillings, $1.
Painless Extraction of Teeth by vitalised
air or nitrous oxide gas, 11.
Teeth extracted without gas or air, 8 .50.
Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10, By our
method of making teeth a misfit Is impossi
Special attention paid to repairing broken
Office hours from Ba. m. to 6p. M. Sun
days Irom 10 a. m. to 12 n. d 7 tf
(± KNEPPEB, DENTIST, SPECIAL AT
IX. tentlon paid to treating and filling
teeth. Gas administered at office or real
deuce. Rooms 6 and 6 Wilson Block
BOAWIS AMD fuOlmiNSi.
elegaut house No. 606 Fort street, corner
CJUNNY ROOMB-AT THE ASHLEY Uo"
O tel. Third street, may be found elegant,
sunny rooms, with flrst-elass board. Call
and examine. R_ ABHLK.Y. Prnp r. mBlm
B B U__f-_l n TERRACE. FORMERLY
, «. PlokU -r.Y m _ 489 re" l Los Auge
!Si ,C _i l -._ Tbe * ne,t '""""on In the city;
take Sixth street cars. "Bellevue Terrace"
consists of three buildings, all connected
by front porch, end coutalns 140 as desirable
rooms as oan be found in Southern Califor
nia. Board and room $-.00 and $2.50 per
d T- _ L i„ eral arrangements made with per
sons desiring rooms and board by the month
°» _J_t'2P l «on»> 518. DANIEL PICKIT,
Mrs. KATIE K. PIC KIT, Proprietors fits
WANTED, PO»I I lON—A FRENCH LADY
speaking Engli-h nnd » good dress
muker, ku wing needlework In all its
brsuches wishes to be lv a good family ss
rr.u-ekeeper; wages mod-rste. Address P.
C . 14 no toWee^t h|' alty! m2fi 2t
O Hi MIMaaS MXN —AM f.M.LlStlttl.ift
of ma ure yesrs, with be-t of references
ns to the requirements necessary to the
make up of a s und business man, is re
siroosof permanent employment. Is a lair
accoununt, t good pc man aud industrious
in performing his duties, either mental or
phy-lcai Moderate salary. Addre-s box
1025, P P.. city. m2o 3t
N LXPnhIENCED POUI.TRYMAN (30)
desites employment; thoroug lv under
stsudi-incuba'ors aud raising chickens ar
tificially: moderate wages or percent' ge ol
prod s; references. Address "PjULTkY,"
P. O. b, x 93. Oakland, Cal. m 25 5t
W~ ANTED-BY MAN »ND WIFE, A SlT
atio in a family; woman agnoi cool
aud general housekeep r; man generally
nue'ir. vddross F. X.. H' rs'd offloe m'>s 3t
UJANI tSi'— A G Go « ooK. ONE KUU
"v vi der tands German cooking. Apply
ou O lye street, two doors from corner of
en h. jse«t side ni2s t
WAN TllD- iTIISCfcfo.CA.'VkOUS.
WANTED— COLLATERAL TO LOAN
m<>m y on, at Union Loan Od cc, No.
3 Mirth Main street m4-1m
aYi YsY— -i ' "oO TU WvjKK M.»hEs,
good size. Call Monday or Tuesday,
Boom 7, Bumiller Block, N. Spring street.
iVANInD, PaKiNEH—A THOBuUGH
vv business man, controlling valuable
Eastern nnd California agencies for -outh
era Ca lor Ha desires some oue who lias
capital to invest to take a li ill inl> re-t in
same. C;iu give best of r ferenoes and con
vince anyone of their being we 1 remune-
a'eil. Address BOWDEN, or enquire at 205
Sou h Sr.ri g str et. m2'l 2'
WanYeTT imYTEuI iiti.i— A ln»
hundred pepper trees, 2 years old, at
the Moi douville tract office, Koem No. 1,
old postofflce buildiDg. 2d 3t
117 ANTE EXCHANGE TOWN LOT
VV for good ho se and buggy or team of
horses. O. B. SHORT, No. 8 8. Spring st.
W'ANTFD- A SADDLE HOUSE, $20. No.
TV 20 Wilmington tree. m 22 7t
ANTED—A SECOND HAND SPRISK-
Iing cart. Ad 1 ress rr apply v Cuci
mniiga Fiuit Land Co., room 3, Downey
VfOTICE-THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID
ll foroldgnld and silver at Union loan
oulce. 3 Norm Main street. tn4-lm
WiIXTTkEY iiobse and bug Ty on
p»rt payment on lots. BANDHOLT &
CO., 230 North Mainjitreet. m-M tf
DO Y7 U"VV ANT"A HOU.-E BUILT?
Go to Kronnick's
Do yon want store fixtures?
Do you want efflce fixtures?
Go to Kronntck's.
Do you want screen doors and window
Oo to Kronnick's.
Do you want ladders or step-ladders?
Go to Kronnick's.
Do you waut Jobbing or repairing done
by competent workmen?
Go to Kronnick's.
8. C. Kbonnick,
130 South Spring street.
Telephone 521. ml6lm
"VtOTICETO PEOPLE REMOVING FROM
ll the city—Highest cash price paid for
all kinds of furniture, pianos, organs. AU
communications s rictly confidential. Ap
ply MERCHANT, 222 Downey avenue.
L.OST AND FOUND.
LOST— PALETTE WATCHCHAIN CHARM
with «old dollar attached 16 rtward
will ho vivo if leftnt 22 franklin -trcet 1>
T 091—FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH, PAIR OF
Ai void spectacles, between Eleventh and
Washington on Maiu street, or beiweeu
Main and Grand avenue on Washington
street. Reward will be paid for their return
to room 3, opera Hotiße building, m227t
STRAYED-A GRAY MARE; END OF
tall stabbed off; branded J R on left
hip; had on head-stall. Return to 436 Grand
avenue and set reward m27-2t
FOUND-IF YOU NEED MONEY GO TO
the Union Loan Office, No. 3 North
Main street. ml-lm
■7&SI *»WA|t.lfr-4iT*AY»a pa TOUCH
SJIUV Al'ght bay mare, fair size, 7
years old, both fore feet and off hind ankle
white, perhaps a little white ln forehead.
Will pay 1250 for return of mare, and 1600
for conviction of thief. If stolen. This mare
disappeared about the first ol March. L J
ROSE, San Gabriel. nS-lm '
THE MILTON ROUTE
Is 70 miles the shortest, 24 hours travel the
less, and $20 less in fare than
WARNER BROS., Ticket Agents,
30S North Main St, Los Angeles.
THOS. T. WALTON, Gen'l Agt., 138 Mont- j
omcry St., Han Fraucisco. m24-tf I
IDO NOT "WAIT.
THE RUSH FOR OUR ELEGANT
TAILOR-FITTING SPRING CLOTHING!
• HAS COMMENCED.
We Possess tho Facility and Inclination to Give Yon Boal Bargains,
aT3_r-AND WE WILL DO IT v**Bm
THIS WEEK WE WILL SELL
80 ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE SUITS AT H2 80
24 SILK-MIXED SACK SUITS AT 17 I4>
Kegiilar price $2150.
50 ALL-WOOL TWEED SUITS AT 16 «>
Bargain at 120.
18 CASSIMERE SUITS AT j 50
36 PAIR OF FANTS AT 4 OO
Bold elsewhere at 85.130.
Hats and Furnishing Goods in Great Variety at Lowest Prices.
TRUE .TiIIHIT IN OUR UOOIIg !
BBISAT SAVING IN Ol It PBIOEB !
No. IB South Spring Street, Los Anaeles, Cal.
I T_ B 0 N A J_—AURRICAN WATOflka
sold cheap at Union Loan Office, 8
North Main street ______
I->KKi-ONAL— UO To THE UNION LOAN
Office for bargains ln jewelry, 3 North
Ma n street. ___________
mHit LATEST NEW YORK. l>_lmill,
I Chicago, Si. Louis and San Fianclset
papers every morning at Nadeau House
News Btsnd m9-<"dlm
KS. PA UKE R—IN UE PEN DENT "8 LAI E
writer and test medium. Gives ful'
names ot spirit friends. Consults lous ot,
business speculations, mineral, lawsuits,
removals, lovo marriage, absent friends,
diseases, etc. Developing class Thursdays
3 p. St., 28 South Spriug street, room 8. 9 a.
M to a p st m 25 lm
UKuii-.SviK J TnIiTIANK, "CLAIKV..Y
-JT ant. Fortune-teller, 32'j South Spring
-feet. L » Angel, s. • »' ml 3 lm
CH i itAiv. iiCK-i ui'ri.a t,su »si
/ Charles Hotel <i. R. Tickets bntiehl
sold and exchanged. Members of tbe Amer
ican Ticket Brokers' Association. R J
PRYKE A CO.. 21.' North Main street, mfitf
S_C WORTH FREE. SUPERB DEVELOr"
-•?') ment of lorm and limbs, a pure, lovel\
complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect
health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air
pumps. Book on "Phvsteal Culture" free.
DR. L. C. HARMON, 818 Halght street, Sap
Froncl.co. Cal lw' lv
HtU S.tl E,
F~OR SALE—DIAMOND, WATCHES AND
Jewelry cold low at Union Loan Oftlce,
3 North Main_street. m4-Ir_
FOR BAI.E—GUN, AN 8 C.SMITH DOUBLE
breach-loßde' $.V> grade, st a bargain.
Address B. BARNES, Ban Diego. Cal. m.7-2
I TOR SH.E—THRKF. FOURT<4B IN CHOP
of selected fruits and vegetables on five
acres and use of thr.e-room loni c for eight
m- mba Terms 5221. Apply to A. WILL
HARTITZ, room 12, Mchteuhcrger bull Ing
wes' side M»ln street. ~e»r Flr«t _m '6 8t
rIIHIiKOI G.iß. ED lIOLSIEIN i.l Ll.s
I also choice milch cows. Address J K.
DURKEE, Bonita Jlcadows, Saulit Monica
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES FOR
sale cheap. FOUNTAIN SALOON, 22
N "-th Spr'nir.street. mlB-lm
• .'or balk—-rait LjiASa, FustNliuitit
17 and business of the most elrg ut and
convenicntlv situated roomlog-h-uselu Los
Angele-, and clearing profit of between $200
and $;100 per mouth. Reasons lor so'llug
strlntly personal. For particulars address
"M, g.'pii-toflice Box ::74_ mis lm
ITIOR SALE—AT" MoCARTHY'SCALI kou
r nis Lmd Oflloe, 23 West First strec
Los Angeles, and Colorado street, Piisadeua:
Houses, lots, acreage and business proper
ties for speculators. Call 1118 lm
I'OR lIIiB-«_tty Property
T>XT bile — tVvo large lots = _S
t 1 Grand avenue, only .-'3OO. Come ai d
sue Ibis if yon want aba gain. Also, fine
lot between Main street, and Grand nvenne;
will take eood horse as part pay. MILI EU
A II Kit KID I"!'. 2W N. M-ln it m'27'f
(Ijj-f, » A tUX SAfe—LARGE HILi SIDE
lota iv East L-s Auge.es, fl teen
del srs h month without inte est; five mlu
utcs'walk to sireet cars; wster to
every lot. Apply at r»om 20, Downey block.
TWO CHOICE i OISIN ELECTRIC UOMB
stead tract, big discount: also one Inrgi
conking stove very cheap, at '210'/, South
Spring street. mjl-lm
F~~ 'OK BTLe—l HE LARGEST AND BEST
lot in the cit> for ibe money, between
M in street and Grand avenue, co ered with
flue fruit trees. Price only JOOO. Terms
easy. Come at once, for this is a barg-iln.
253 N>rto Main s're.J. Tr2o-tf
FOB SALk.— 22 Be.Lhl.lED LOIS ON
Boyle Helgnts, at acre pr crs; $00 0.
14 selected lots ou Boyle lie ghts: S3>>do.
0 selected lots on Boyle Heights: $t«5O.
ROCHESTER A LAYTON,
mlstf 9 Commercial sfeet.
F~ OR SALE—U«xI79 on Grand avenue
che 'p. McCOYE & CUSHMAN. 23 N.
Spring street. m tf
LVllt BALE—CHOU E LOl' IN I HE
X 1 Obi Ids tract, o> electric rl'road line.
McCOYE & CUSHMAN, 23N. Spring st.eet.
FOR SALE—BEAU II 1 UL LOT HTLL
street near Eleven h cheep. McCOYE
A CUSHMAN. 23 N Spring street. m2tf
toil SJAfLU — Country Property
FOR SALE—I6O ACRES OF LAND. ALSO
Forest D iiry, containing cows, horses,
wagons, route aud cans, etc. Inquire at
(IKERN MEADOW, 1 mile west of echoed
house, or a idress P. O. Box 744. m 23 Cm
FOR SALE—2I A'IRES, FINELY IMPROV
id, fronting ou Jeltersou Itreet, just out
s'de city limits Land on both sides subdi
vided nnd sold. Bea'KUul surroundings.
Price, $21,0C0. Terms, ISO 0 cash, balance In
deferred payments at 10 per cent, ver nn
num. W. 1) ROOT, 25 Temple sireet. m26-2t
Licit SAL It—At' DC AH lit, 24 AuKEB,
J? with house, 6 rooms, barn, cirral, etc.;
1500 choice fruit trees, ln beirlug, mostly
navels; 4 acres in grapes; oue acre iv alfal
fa, shade trees, etc., and 20 shares water
st ck; will pay 12 per cent per annum.
Price, $12,000. Also, 22 acres, beautifully
situated, wi h 12 acres ln improvements, at
*5000. W. D- ROOT, *?5 Temple St. m.'2 6t
IflOR SALE—AT AZUSA, 40 ACRES, ALL
1 good land, with 10 acres Improved, for
$3000; also, 20 acres, all improved, at 12(00;
-ilso, 10 acres, all lv three year-old besri n g
fruit trees and vines, for 410 —a positive
bargain, w. D. ROOT. 25 Temole st. m 22 6t
JjlOR SALE—WAOKE H(s>lTlS IEAD~ 1M-
J? mediately adjoining the store, post
oflice, o'ange groves and vineyards at Eti
wanda: Etiwanda flume snd re-ervolr on
the laud. Price, $1500, W. D. ROOT, 25
Temple st. m 22 fit
I'OK RENT— If1»l \» S.
TO i ET—COTIAGK, WITH HiKNH'UBE
for sale very cheap; also first-class piano
for*iso »<idr»'»' ' T» " tht. . •••"n mjnij
||lu„wi-j,i.ngu.u w ZuaiFZfL i'
1 furnished, on Boyle Height-. B iND
HOLT A C').. 230 North M«lu street. m2'-tf
FOR RENT-A GuOD SEV fcN-IiOO »i,
liard-finlsbcil house, part y iv uished,
tnree and a hali mil s from courthouse Ap
ply to ADAMS & SON, room 11, 76 N. Spring
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.
gmT-lT WILL BE SOLD ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS
being one-third cash and the balance in four equal annual payments, with S
per cent, interest.
afjiafEach forty acreß 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 im
office. A separate certificate given with each deed.
Address the proprietors,
H. H. BOYCE, Box 1316. or
C. J. RICHARDS, Box 1450, Los Angeles.
McCOYE & CUSHMAN.
23 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, or
WRIGHT & BART LEY, 115 W. Los Angeles.
~ FIVE-ACRE TRACTS.
BY DIRECTION OF
Mr. C. F. Bragg, the Purchaser,
WE HAVE SUBDIVIDED 180 ACBEB OF THE ABOVE TRACT INTO
Twenty-Four Fi?e-Acre Tracts, and Offer Them at $150 Per Acre.
One third cub, and balance oo reasonable time. This is tbe choicest Und of the
whole MCDONALD Tract.
McCOYE & CUSHMAN,
m 27 23 North Spring reel.
Iji uknishelTkuom—doI uuji OK7~SiN"
_ gle, for gentlemen, ln a private furai y,
near business center fcefereuces iven nnd
required. Address 11. B , box HtO m27-4t
• .•L'BSISHKD - ROOMS IN THE NEW AND
r elegaut house. No. 50C Fort sireet, corner
Sixth. , m9tf
rjnHE LANKKBBHIM, STRTOI'LY FIRST-
X class apartment house; 218>.£ Spring st.,
ut-ar Third, elegant large sunny rooms en
suite or single, furnished or uufurnished.
1)>1A SOUTH FORT SIREET—ST. HELK
na House. Sunny rooms neatly
furnished: flrst-clsss location. m6tf
W AN » ED-KUOKIB
WANTED— FURNISHED SUNNY ROOM,
by a single gentleman, p, rmanent res
ident. Hillside near business part pre
ferred. Address with price, "C. A. 25." this
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
Los Angeles—lv tho matter ol the estate
of John N. Urifflu, deceased—Notice for
Kublicatlon of time for proving will, etc.
otice Is hereby given tbat Monday, tb,
llth day of April, 1887, at 10 o'clock A M, of
said dsy, at the cour' rom of this Court, iv
Department Ou ■ thereof. In the county of
Los Angeles has been appointed for hearing
the application of Elisa O'iHln, praying
that a document now on file ln this Court,
purporting tn be the last will and testament
of John N. Griffin, deceased, be admitted
to probate, sud tbat letters testamentary be
issued thereon to said petitioner. Ells*
Griffin, at which time and place all persons
interested therein msy appear and contest
Dated March 25, 1887.
CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR,
ByF. B. Fawmimo, Deputy. m26-10t
ROYAL & GHOSVENOB,
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
115 W. First Street, Loe Angele*.
tllOO—Lot 60x100 Longstreet tract, Madison
2250—L' t 50x165 Flower st, near Eleventh.
900—Lota Estrella avenue, Park Villa tract.
360—Lot In Urmston trac; a bargain.
1100—Lot cor. Deepwaterand Pe--ri streets.
950—Lot 58x218 cor. Virgin and Montreal.
1050-Lot Arlington st, Bonnie Brae tract.
400 to 1550—Lots ln Sherman traot.
2250—Tw0 lots 60x190 on figueroa street.
1000 each—Three lots on Bouland St., near
Figueroa. „ .
953—Lot on Jenkins atr-et, nr. Grand aye.
1000—Lot 50x160 on York st, near Figueroa
650 to*6oo—Lots on Bryant st nr. Flsueroa
400— Lot 50xi2» Nles traot. Orchard aye.
Sin—Two ots Second-street cable, nr park
1250—Lot on Texas st, nr. Second st. cable.
750-Lot on York street, near Grand aye.
700—Lot on Jefferson st., ncr Figueroa.
600 csch—Two lot' on Seymour street
40OO— House of 5 room on Sixth street.
For Rent—Office, good location, cheap.
ALBEE & WILLARD.
ngaoo-corner lot.C2xlfifi.on Washington st. i 8600 eaoh—The best lots In thi City Center
•ittOO— H me sl-e, adjoining. Tract,
smSiKipftch—Pins lots on Bousalloare, , $3700— Lot (i xi'o, on west side Bills*.
5>7500-Lo.r_e lot ou Oiive st. This is a anno—B; londld lot on Nevadast.near Fleo.
bargain. [ ISIIBOO—Cor. 'ot on Grand aye., clem side.
* 12HO -Lot cor. Beacon and Ninth sts. HSIOSO— Fine lot nd oiniug the above.
SfdJuo ea^h—six flue lots adjoining ou Bea WI7OO Each—Big 1 ot| ou Hope st.
const. I SJISOO—Io2 fret fiont on Ninth ft.
S4soo—Corner Adams aud Figueroa, lOC- i MOW-Bargain on Washington St., 103x176
ioot front. ; on tho comer.
J SI l,ooO—Best alfalfa ranchln the county,
WB7OO- A Beautiful Cottage In the Ellis Tract,
Just being finished—to see is to buy !
J^sjr-.Besides the above we have the remaining lots in the Ellis Tract, which are>very
one of tbem choice -or building so. eolation. We are selling the cheapest tract of lots on
the east side of the river for 8300 to 5350 per lot; $100 down, ba auce (20 per month. We
have a few flue houses and improved places which will suit you for hotne*. Our specialty
lias always been fine acre propoity and tracts for subdivision, and wo have tbe best In
the city. This is a Wet-Weather AdvertiskmesiT with Dry-season Pricbs.
A.LBEE & WILLAED,
No. 3«H North Spring; Loa Angeles, Cal.
One Hundred Farms I
40 ACRES EACH, FOR SALE,
Being a Choice Body of Level Land, Consisting %l
.All Under Cultivation,
AND THE MOST OF IT NOW COVERED WITH A PROMISIN*
GROWTH OF BARLEY. IT IS A SUBDIVISION OF
THE McDOISTALD TRACT,
IN THE RANCHO SAN PEDRO,
Eight Miles and a Half South ol Los Angeles
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