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DAILY HERALD. FLOWER FESTIVAL SOCIETY. n aw Plan f»r s«.>laf Dinner at the festival Mall. The dining-room, whioh the mar agers are preparing with every possible care, is to be run upon the European plan. Great surprise was expressed last year that snob bountiful lunches were served for two bits, and many generous-hearted people wished to pay double that sum. which the ladies felt unwilling to allow. Judging by this experience, they have tbeaght it advisable to have regular bills of fare, with v™« of "iielet to be served eaoh day. Those who wish for coffee and bread or cake alone, can be accommodated; while those whose appe tites are normal, or who c purses are S boric, will have no difficulty in turn aaoodlysum into tie diumg-room m. The prices will be moderate, the viands will be of the best that oui .onerous housekeepers can provide, and by the system of paying for what one fsta, much choicer articles of food can be served than upon the last years plan- BURBANK. The Hew TewM on the Southern Pacific I>lne. The Providencia Rancho, consisting of 17,000 acres of fine land, which is only mix miles from Los Angeles and on the main line of the Southern Paoifio rail road, has been placed on the market by n syndicate of capitalists composed o! George W. King, H. L. Macneil, E E Hall, L. T. Garuey. J. Downey Harvey, W. H. Gouoher and D. Burbank. These enterprising gen lemen intent to make this splendidly located place one of tbe banner towns of the county. The town to be laid out will be called Burbauk. An elegant and costly hotel and nine fine business blocks are now b-iuj: erected. The town has already beeu surveyed. Tbe stree'B are being gradeu ■Ml water will be piped to every lot. The lands surrounding the town embrace both foothill and valley property, aud for quality and fertility are as fine a< there is in the county, and are well adapted to the growth of oratgos, lemons, limes, olives and other fruits. A Good Nurse Should not hesitate to wait upon those ill with such diseases as Sm illpox, Cholera or 8c irlct Fever. There is little to be feared by per-ons waiting on the s'Ck if they will tue Darby's Prophylactic Fluid freely. In sick rooms it should be exposed ou a pate or saucer, and the patient sponged off with tbe Fluid diluted For safety, cleauliuess and comfort in the sick-room the Fluid is Indispensable. , Sootbes and Heals The combination of Abietine Balsam and Mountain Balm in Santa Abie soothes and malm the membrane of the lungs, intlamed cud poleonea by disease. It prevents, night sweats and tightness across the chest, cures Boughs, croup, asthma, phthisic, pneumo nia, hoarseness, loss of voice, and allied complaints Use as directed; if the effect desired is not produced, money will be re funded by C. Id. Hance. Excursion by the Denver and Hio tiransc Railroad. Do you wish to sec the grandest scenery across the continent, go east with excursion of Geo. D.>htllips. Office. 2*3 North Main street, Los Auge .es. tunes lilvcu Away To esch purchaser of a hat at the Chicago Hat Store, fi N. Main street. Betide choice bargains in lots and colony lands, has 500 lots on the installment plan— $10 per month after the first payment, with out interest- BHILOH'S CURE will immediately re HeTe Croup, Whooping Cough sud Bionch His. C. F. Heinzemau, agent, Los Angeles Damiana, Bitters regulate tne stomach Michel Levy & Co., wholesale liquor deal er!, agents.' E E. CARR, of Paggetts Mills, Pa., sayshe eared the life of his child with cronp by using Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir. C. I. Heiezeman, agent, Los Angeles, If y v want a good appetite drink Dami sst Bitters Michel Levy & Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. GIVE YOUR CHILDREN, for Coughs and Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough and Hoarse ness, Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir. C. F. Houseman, Rgeut, Los Angeles. A positive cure for dyspepsia -Pamiana Bitters. Michel Levy <& Co., wholesale liq uor dealers, agents. BHILOH'S CATARRH REMEPY—a posi tive cure for Otarrh, Diptheria and Canker Mouth. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An geles. AH respectable dealers keep Pam'ana Bit ters. Michel Levy <& Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. | LADIES, is life and health worth preserv ing? If you think *o, use GilD;ore's Aro matic Wine. C. F. Heinzemau, agent, Los Angeles. The Mexican remedy for diseases of the kidneys and bladder is Damiaua Bitters. Michel Levy A Co., wholesale rates. THE RKV. GEO. If. THAYEx, of Bour bon, Ind .says: "Roth myself and wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURB." C. F. Heinzeinan, agent, Los An geles. Ladies who arc troubled with cramps an . nervousness should drink Pamiaua Bitters It Is pleasaut to take. WE WARRANT Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir to relieve the Asthma iv oue minute. C. F Heinz,to in, agent, Los Angeles. "HACKMETACK"s lasting and fragrant perfume. Price 2i and 60 cents. C. F. Heinzemau' agent, Los Angeles. Large assortment of traveling and tour ists' shir's at Eaglesou & Co.'s, SO N. Spring street. Shiloh's WHY WILL YOU rough when Price Cure will give immediate relief. -, ets., 50 cts , and (1. C. F. Heiuzcman Los Angeles. REV. H B. EWELL, of Pavilion, N. V., Bays of Gilmore's Arematis Wine: "I be lieve it to be the a most desirable remedy to he placed in every family." C. F. HEINZE XAN, Agent, Lo - Angeles. THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured oy Shiloh's Cure. Wo guar antee It. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An geles. FOR DYSPEPSIA and 1 iver Complaint, you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never falls to cure. C. F. Heinzemau, ageut, Los An gelea. Every well drcs'ed man should wear Esgleson's perfect fitting shirt-ccllara, cuffs anc neckwear Certificate of Partnership. WE CERTIFY THAT WE CONSTITUTE a partnership transacting business in this Stae. Us principal place of r.uslnrss Js McPherson, California. Its nao;e is Mc- Pherson Brother!. The full names aud respective places of residence of all Its members are signed hereto. Dated February 16.1887. ROBKBT M< I'HERSOtI, ft. B.] McPherson, Los Angeles county, Cal, STEPH EN McPHEItSCN, I L. B.] McPherson, Los Angeles county, Cal. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, f County of Los Angeles, j On this 16th day of February, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty seven, before me, Wm. S. Waters, a Notary Public in and forthe said county of Los An gsies, personally appeared Robert McPher son, known to roe to be the person whose name is subscribed to and who executed the within instrument, and he duly ac knowledged to me that he executed the same In witness whereof I hive here unto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at my office in the (l»s.| said county of Los Angele«, the day and \ ear in this certificate first above written. Wm. S. Water", Notary Public. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ( i County of Los Angeles | ; On this 2Mh day of February, A. D. one > thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven, 1 before me, Wm. B Waters, a Notary Public i In and frr the said connty of Los Angeles, 1 personally appeared Stephen McPherson, 1 personal y known to me to be the same per son described in, whore name is suhserlbed to tbe witbin instrument, and he duly ac ■SMiwledged to me that he executed the same. , In witness whereof I have here- t nmo set my band and affixed my offiolal teal, the day and yeai iv ( 11. s.| this certificate first abeve writ < ten. j Wn. 8. Waters, t mI-W4w Notary Public I ana after the first Monday after the first dajr of January next succeeding their elec tion. Three Justices Bball he elected for the full term at the general State election held In eighteen hundred and ninety; and at the general election held every fonrth year thereafter, two Justices shall be elect ed for full terms of twelve yeai s, except that in every twelfth year thereafter, three Justices'hall be elected for full terms. If the Chief Justice, or any .Ju-tice, becomes permanently disqualified, (either mentally or physically, to perform the duties of his office, and such fact Is certified to the Gov ernor by five Justices, one of whom rosy he the Cblef Justice lu case of the disability of a Justice, tbe office of such disqualified person becomes immediately vaoant, and he shall be paid « retiring salary of two hundred and fifty (260) dollars per month tor the remainder of his term. If a vacancy exist or occur in the office of a Justice, the Governor shall appoint a person to hold the office for the remainder of the unexpired term. Tbe Governor shall appoint a Justice to hold office as Justioe for the unexpired term of the late Chief Justice. AMENDMENT NUMBER TWO. To proposo to the people of the State an amendment to the Constitutiou of the state, relative to the salaries of the Judiciary Department. Rcmlved, That the Legislature of the State of California, at its regular session, com mencing on the third day of January, A, D. eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two thirds of all members elected to each of the two Houses of said Legislature voting in favor thereof, hereby propose that section seventeen, of Article VI, of tbe Constitution of said State, be amended so as to read as follows: 8ectionl7. The Justices of the Supreme Court, and Judges of the Superior Court, shall severally, at stated times during their continuance In office, receive for their services, compensation which shall not be Increased or diminished aiter their election, nor during the term for which they shall have been elected. Tho salary of the Jus tices of the Supreme Court shall be paid by the State. One-half of the salary of each rtupeiior Court Judge shall be paid by the State; the other half thereof shall be p*id by the county for wi ich he Is elected. The annual salaries of the Justices of the Su preme Court shall be seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7500) each, and the Su preme Court Commissioners six thousand dollars ($6000) each. ('mil otherwise changed by the l egislature, the Superior tlourt Judges shall receive an annual salary of three thousand do'.lars each, payable monthly, except the Judges of the citv aud county of San Frauciseo, and the counties of Alameda, Los Angeles, Santa Clara, Yuba and Sutter combined, Sacramento, Butte, Nevada, San Diek'o, San Bernardino, Colusa aud Tohamn, who shall receive five thou sand dollars, and the Judges of the counties of Tulare, Munterey, Sonoma aud Sau Joa quin shall receive four thousand dollars each. AMENDMENT NUMBER THREE. AResolution to propose an amendment to section eight, of Article XI, of the Con stitution of the State of California, re lating to tho framiug of a charter for cities of more than oue hundred thou sand Jinhabitants, and for cities of over ten thousand and less than oue hundred thousand inhabitants. Resolrtd, That the Legislature of the State of California, at its regular session, commencing ou the third day of January, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two thirds of all the members elected to each of the two Houses of said Legislature voting in favor thereof, hereby propose that sec tion eight, of Article XI, of the Constitu tion of said '.ate, be amended so as to read as follows: Section 8. Any city centainlng a popula tion of mere than one hundred thousand inhabitants may frame a charter for its own government, consistent with and subject to the constitution »uj laws of this State, by causmga Board of fifteen freeholders, who shall have been for at least five years quali fied electors thereof, to be elected by the qualified voters of such city, at any general or special election, whose duty it shall be, within ninety days after such election, to prepare and propose a charter for such city, which shall be signed in duplicate by the members of such Board, or a majority of them, and returned, one copy thereof to the Mayor, or other chief executive officer of such city, aud the other to the Recorder of Deeds of the county. Such proposed charter shall then be published in two daily papers of general circulation in such city, for at least twenty da:, s; and within not less than tuirty days after such publication it shall be sub mitted to the qualified electors of such city, at a general or special election, and if a ma jority of such qualified electors voting, ihcreat shall ratify the same, it shall there after be submitted to the Legislature tor its approval or rejection as a whole, without power of alteration or amendment; aud If approved by a majority vote of the members elected to each House, it shall become the cha ter of such city, or if such city be con solidated with a county, then of such city and county, and shall become the organic law thereof, aud supersede auy existing charter, and all amendments thereof, and all special laws inconsistent with such char ter. A copy of such charter, certified by the Mayor, or chief executive officer, and au th- uticated by the seal of such city, setting forth the submission of such charter to the electors, and its ratification by them, shall bo made in duplicate, and deposited, one In the olhce of the Secretary of State, the other, after being recorded iu the office of ihe Re corder of Deeds of the county, among the archives of the city. All Courts shall take judicial notice thereof. The charter so ratified may be amended at intervals of not less than two years, by proposals therefor, submitted by legislative authority of the city to the qualified voters thereof, at a gen er U or special election held at least sixty days after the publication of such proposals, and ratified by at least three-fifths of the qualified electors voting thereat, and ap proved by the Legislature as herein pro vidtd for the approval of the charter. In submittiug auy such charter, or amendment thereto, any alternative article or proposi tion may be presented for the choice of the voters, and may be voted on separately without prejudice to others. Auy city containing a population of more than ten thousand aud not moM thau oue huudrsd thousand inhabi tants may frame a charter for itsiowu gov- I rumeut, cou istent with and subject to the Constitution and laws of this State, by caus ing a Board of fllt"en freeholder, who shall have been for at least five years qualified electors theroof, to be elected by the quali fied V'ters of said city, at any general or special election, whose duty it shall be, within ninety days alter such election, to pienare and p:oj»ose a charter for such ci r y, which shall be signed in duplicate by the members of such Board, or a majority of them, aud returned, one copy thereof to the Mayor, or other chief executive of said city, and the other to the Recorder of the county. Such proposed charter shall then be pub lished in two daily papers of general circu lation In such city, for at least twenty days; aud the first publication shall be made within twenty days after the completion of the charter; and within cot less than thirty days after such publication it shall be sub mitted to the qualified electors ol said city, at a general or special eltctiou, and if a majority of such qualified electors voting thereat shall ratify the same, it shall there after be submitted to tho Legislature for its approval or rejection as a whole, without power of alteration or amendment, and if approved by a majority vote of tho members elected to each House, it shall become tbe charter of such city and the organic law thereof, and shall supersede auy existing charter, and auy amendments thereof, Rud ad special laws inconsistent with such char ter. A copy of such charter, certified by the Mayor, or chief executive offieer.and authen ticated by the seal of such city, setting forth the submission of such charter to the electors, and its ratification by them, shall be made in duplicate, aui denoslted, one in the office of the Secretary of State, aud tne other, after being recorded iu said Recor der's office, shall be deposited in the arch ives of the city; and thereafter all Courts shall take judicial notice of said charter. The charter so ratlled may be amended, at Intervals ol not last ihau two years, by pro posals therefor, submitted by the legislative authority of the city to the qualit ed electors thereof, at a general or special election held at least sixty davs after the publication of such proposals aud ratified by at least three-fifths of the qualified electors voting thereat, and approved by the Legislature as herein provided for the approval of the charter. In submitting any such charter, or amendment thereto, any alternative article or proposition may be presented for tho choice of the voters, and may be voted on separately without prejudice to others. Now, thorefore,pursuant to the provisions of the Constitution, and an Act of tbe Leg islature, entitled "An Act to provide for the submission of certain proposed amend ments to the Constitution of the State, here inafter named, and which have been pro- Sosed and adopted by the Legislature of the tate of California, at the session beginning ou January third, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, to the qualified voters of said State, at a special election to be called by the Governor for the twelfth day of April, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven,''ap proved March 15th, 1387, the said amend ments are submitted to be separately voted upnn, by ballot, by the qualified electors of the State, ou TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1887. The said amendments are respectively designated: "Amendment Number One." "Amendment Number Two " "Amendment Number Three." And will, if adopted, be respectively des ignated amendments numbers four, five and six, iu the order of their submission; and the ballots used at such olection must contain the words: "For the Amendment Number One." "For the Amendment Number Two." "For the Amendment Number Three." Or the words; "Against ihe Amendment Number One." - DYSPEPSIA. Sedentary habits, mental worry, nervous excitement, excess or imprudence in eat ing or drinking, and various other causes, induce Constipation followed by general derangement of tho liver, kidneys, aud rtomnch, in which the disorder of eucb organ increases the Infirmity of the others. The immediate results are Loss of Appe tite. Nausca,Foul Breath, Heartburn, Flat jlonoe, Dizziness, Sick Headaches, failure >f physical and mental vigor, distressing sense of weight nnd fullness in the stomach, <nd Increased Costivencss, all of which are known under one head as Dyspepsia. In every instance where this disease docs not originate from scrofulous taint in the jlood, Ayer's Pills may be confidently relied upon to effect a cure. Those cases not amenable to the curative influence of Ayer'B Pill* alone will certainly yield if :he Pills are aided by the powerful blood purifying properties of Aykr's Sarsapa rilla. • Dyspeptics should know that the longer treatment of their malady is postponed, the more difficult of cure it becomes. Ayer's Pills Never fail to relieve the bowels and pro mote their healthful and regular action, and thus cure Dyspepsia. Temporary palliatives all do permanent harm. The fitful activity into which the enfeebled stomach is spurred by "bitters," and alco holic stimulants, is inevitably followed by reaction that leaves the organ weaker thau before. "Costivencss. induced by my sedentary habits of life, becamu chronic; Atbb's Pills afforded me speedy relief. Their occasional use lias since kept mc all right." Hermann Brino ■OTT, Xeicurk, Jf. J. • l-l was injured to try Ayer's Tills as a remedy for Indigestion, Constipation, and Headache, from which I had long been a suf ferer. 1 found their artiou easy, nnd obtained prompt relief. They have benefited mo more than all the medicines ever before tried." M.V. Watson, 1 o'J Mute St., ChU-ago, 111. "Thcv have entirely corrected the costive habit, and vastly improved lny general health." Rev. Francis B. Harlowe, Atlanta, Ga. "The mo<t effectivo and the easiest physic 1 have ever found. One dose will quickly move my bowels and free my bead from pain." W. L Page, Richmond, Va. "A sufferer from Uver Complaint, Dys pepsia, anil Neuralgia for the last twenty years, Ayer's Tills have benefited me more than any medicine I have ever taken. 1. It. ItooißS, Xeedmore, Broicn Co., Ind. "For Dyspepsia they arc invaluable." J. T. Haves, ilexia, Texas. AVER'S PILLS, PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., LoweU, Mass, Sold by all Druggists. PROCLAMATION! Sta-k or California, j EXECUTIVE liEl'lRTMENT, > BACRAiiENio, M:'.:eh 15, 1.W.1 Whereas, the Legislature of the State of California, at its twenty-seventh session, be ■ ginning on the third day of January, A. D. ' eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, two thirds of all the members elec ed to esch of 1 the two Houses of <aid Legislature voting in favor thereof, proposed the following de ! scribed amendments to the Constitution of [ the State of California, to wit: amendment number one. To propose to the people of the State an amondment to the Constitution of the State, relative to tho Judiciary Depart meut. Rr.tolved, That the Legislature of the State I of California, at, its regular session, com - mencing on the third day of January, A. D. • eighteen hundred and eighty Feveu, two thirds of all the members elected to each of the Houses of said Legislature voing iu fa e vor thereof, herebv propose that sections 1 two and three of article VI, of the Constitu ■ tiou of said Sta.e be amended to read as i follows: 1. Section 2. The Supreme Court shall con sist of seven Justices. The Associate Jus tlces of the Supreme Court, in oflice at the , time of tbe adoption of this amendment to f the Constitution are hereby continued in ' office as Justices of the Supreme Court for toe remainder of the terms to which they Were respectively elected. The Justices 6 shall elect one of their uumber to be Chief Juitice, and h 1 ? shall hold the oilice of Chief 1 Jus ice of said court for a term of two .- years At tha expiration of the term of the '. Chief Justice first elected, and every two years thereafter the Justices shall elect a Chief Justscefora like term of two years. An eutry of the election of such Chief Jus tice shall be made in the m'tiutes ol the court aud signed by four Justices. When • ever thereafter a vacancy occurs intheof r fice of Chief Justice, a like election shall - be had to till such oflice for tho unexpired term. Hie Supreme Court may sit iu de . partments or iu bank, aud shall always be r open for the transaction of business. There sna.l be two department*, denominated, re spectively, department Oueaud Uepartment ■ Two. The Chief Justice shall assign three '" of the Justices to each department, aud 5 luch assignment may be changed bv him from time to time. T he Justices snail be ' competent to sit in either department, and may interchange with each other by agree ment among themselves or as ordered by ■ the Chief Justice. Each of the departments I shall have the power to hear and determine I causes aud all questions arising therein, - subject to the provisions hereinafter con tained iu relation to the Court iu bank. The . presence of three JustiC€.sshall be necessary > to transact any busioc s in elttter of tlie de partments, except such as may be done at r chambers, and the ermeurreuee of two Jus tices shall be necessary to pronounce a judgment. The Chief Justice shall apportion the business to tiie departments and miy, 1 in his discretion, order any cause pending ■ before the Court to be heard anu decided by the Court in bank. T;ie order may be fade - before or alter judgment pronounced by a t department] but where a c;.use has been al i lotted to cue of the departments, and a judg ment pronounced tliereen, the order must, be made within thirty days alter such judg ment and concurred in by tvvojustices, and if so made it shall have the effect to vacate aud , set aside the judgment. Auy four Justices - may, either before or after judgment by a i department, order a c:ise to be he-ird In - bauk. If the order be not made wit'In the time above limited, the judgment shall be . final. No judgment by a department s*all become final until th.- expiration of tho period of thirty days aforesaid, unless ap proved by the Chief Justice, i i writing, with the concurrence of two Justices. The 3 Chief Justice may conve-ie the Court in ' bank at any time, aud shall be the presiding Ju-tice of the Court when so couvmed. The concurrence of lour Justices present at the argument shall be necessary to prououuee a J Judgment in bauk; but if four Justices, so s present, do not concur in a judemeut, then all the Justices qualified to sit in the cause - shall hear the argument: but. to lender a Judgment a concurrence of four Judges shall be uecessary. In the determination of causes all decisions of the Court in .- bank, or in departments, shall be given ,J in writing and the grounds of the decision » sh ill be stated. The Chief Justice may sit .. in either department, aud shall preside when so sitting, but the Justices assigned r to each department shall select one of their i number ;'s presiding Justice. In case of the absence of the Chief Justice from the pi >ce at which the court is held, or his ina bility to act, the Associate Justices shall se lect one of the r own number to perform ' the duties and exerelEe the powers of the Chief JustiCj during such absence or ina ' bilitytoact. The Supreme Court Commis sion, created by tho act of the Legislature, approved March twelfth, eighteen hundred ' aud eighty-five, shall contiuu > and be a 8u ' preme Court Commission for four years af ' ter the adoption of this amendment. Bald commission may be continued for such time thereafter as maybe fixed by an act ' passed by a vote of two-thirds of the elected members of each House of the Legislature, and approved by the Governor. The mem bers thereof and Secretary shall be ap pointed as In said act provided; and such commissioners shall be subject to removal In like manner as the Judges of the Su preme Court Said commission shall have the same power to hear and determine causes possessed by a department of the Supreme Court, and causes may be assigned to the commission Iu the same manner they are assigned to a department, and after de cision they may be ordered heard In bauk in the same wav, and with like restrlc'ions as if decided in department. The judg ments of the commission shall be entered as the judgments of the court. The com mission shall sit at such times and places as may be designated by tho court, but such commissioners shall not exercise any ndlcial functions except when assem bled as a commission, and then they shall only have power to hear aud deter mine such causes as may have been assigned to them. Sections. The Justices of the Supreme 1 Court shall be elected by the qualified electors of the State at large, at the general State elections and the times and places at which State officers sre elected; and the term of office shall be twelve years from LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, MARCH 30. 1887. "Against the Amendment Number Two " "Against the Amendment Number Three." Written or printed thereon. Ar»d the Boards of Supervisors of each of the respective counties of the State are hereby directed to appoint offljera of elec tion and cause the polls to be opened, by proclamation, on said TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1887, At each of the election preclnots of their re sDactlve counties, pursuant to the statutes of the State In such esse made snd pro vided; said election to bo conducted, and the returns thereof duly certified to the secretary of State, at the State Capitol, Sac ramento. In like manner as is provided by law in the election of State officers (other than Governor and Lieutenant-Governor). And I do hereby offer a rewsrd of one hundred dollars for the arrest and convic tion of any and evt rv person violating any of the provisions of Title IV, Parti, of the Penal Code; such rewards to be paid unt f l the total amount expended hereafter for the Surpose reaches thu sum of ton thousand ollars. Witness my hand and the greRt seal of the State, the da and year first written. WASHINGTON BABTLETT, [seal] Governor. Attest: WM. C. HENDRICKS, Secretary of State. By H. B. DAVIDSON, Deputy. mlStd The Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county hereby give notice, pursuant to the proclamation of the Governor of tho State of California, that an election will be held throughout Los Angeles county on Tuesday, the ISth llur of April, 1887. The polls must be oiei.ed one hour after sunrise ou the morning of the day of elec tion, and must be kept open until sunset of that day, when the same must bo closed, at which electh u the qualified electors throughout the couuty of Los Angeles arc to vote on the following propositions, viz: The amendments to the Constitution, which are respeciively designated "Amendment Number One." " Amendment Number Two." "Amendment Number Three." And it is hereby ordered that the polls be opened for the purpose set forth in the fore going proclamation at the places herein named, and the following named pertous are hereby appointed Inspectors and judges of said election, viz: Anaheim—At Planters' Hotel; Theo. Rim pau. Inspector; J. P. Zeyn and H. L. Paty, judges. Artesla—At rchoolhouse; James Hay, in spector; J. K. Courtuey and A. K. Coward, judges. Azusa—At Central Schoolhouse; J. C. We»t, inspector; John Sheltou and John McNish, judges. Cahueuga—At schoolhouse; Thos. Smith, inspector; A. Rnhliug aud James L. Tucker, judges. Cortptou—At Haylock Hotel; A. P. Bent ley, inspector; John A. Bullis and J. J. Mor ton, judges. Cienega—At Park Station; William Dry den, inspector; F. R. Slaughter and S. M. Davidson, judges. Downey—At Cochran's office; I. N. Coch ran, inspector; F. M. Mathews and W. T. East, judges. Duarte—At schoolhouse: A. G, Miller, in spector; W.F. Wright and L. Barnes, judges. El Monte—At Dodson's Hotel; M. 8. Wil son, inspector; J. T. Haddax and J. C. Han non, judges. fcllzabeth Lake—At schoolhouse; David Maxwell, inspector; M. H. Craiuo and Jas. Hefner, judges. Fafr oaks—At Fair Oaks Schoolhouse: M. D. Painter, inspector; i. N. Sewcil and C. D. Curtis, judges. Florence—At schrolhouse; J. F. Durrell, inspector; G. W. Judeu and G. A. Blakeslee, judges. Fountain Vojley—At schoolhouse iu W'il lows; Patterson Bowers,. Inspector; J. M. Chapman and Uriah Martin, judges. Fruitlsnd—At schoolhouse; Ben. Colling, inspector; J. W. Batcheller and J. M. Mont gomery, Judges. « Garden Grove—At schoolhouse: J. D .Trice, inspector; Dr. U. W. Head and D. Webster, judges. Garvanzo—At hotel; A. W. Palmer, in spector; Sam Corwin and F. M. Prince, judges. Lauceste'—At schoolhouse; J. G. Wicker sham, Inspector; Shercr and George George, judges. Lang's Station—At schoolhouse; W. H. Thomas, inspector; A. J. Smith and John Lang, judges. La Bilious—At schoolhouse; Auson Rose, insp ctor: J. L. Machado and J. Saenz, judges. Los Nletos—At schoolhouse; C. A. Coff mau, inspector; E. Poyoreno and William Russell, judges. Las Virgines—At Vejar Hotel; Dolores Vejar, inspector; J. CrevUtou and B. Botil ler, judges. Long Beach—At Long Beach Hotel; E. A. Tee!, inspector; J. W. Bixby and A. A. Lewis, judges. Lacuna— U schoolhouse; H. 8 Thompson, Inspector; W. II. Brooks and K.J.French, judges. LOS ANGELES CITY. First Precinct—At East Los Angeles Hose House, J. M. Thomas, inspector; D. W. C. Fj ankiius aud R. II. Chapman, judges. Secoud Precinct—At Southern Hotel, C. B. Woodhead, inspector; Thomas Goss aud Jos. Mnllally, judges. Third Precinct— At White House, Frank March, inspector; John A Uline aud R. Mo louy, judges. Futirih Precinct—At Court House, L Bix by, inspector; Chas. E. Day and Charles Coulter, judges. Fiftu Precinct—At Confidence Engine, J. W. Wolfsklll, iuspector; Jd. D. Barrows and O II. Bliss, judges, 8ixthPrecinA— At Turnverein Hall, 3. B. Caswell, iuspector, Charles Maltby and J. A. Gra ves, jndg .-s. Seventh Precinct—At Martin a Richen bach's store, Capt. Win. Moore, inspector; and George J. Dalton aud Charles Parcels', Judges, Eighth Precinct—At Morris Vinevard Hose House, J. H. Stewart, inspector; John D. Youug and C. J. Ellis, judges. Ninth Precinct —At Cummfugs' store, D. E. Miles, inspector; George Cummiugs and E. H. Sanderson, judges. Tenth Precinct—At Sixth street car sta tion, J. R. Tobermau, inspector; S. C. Hub bell aud J. S. u'Keil, judges. Monte Vista—At school house, E. G. Par ish, inspector; T. Valdiz and J. 8. Simmons, judges. Newport—At Newport store; A P. Kuffel, iuspector; A. Cole and J. U. Muetser, judges. Newlmll—At Boynton Hall: J. R. Murphy, inspector; Ch. Learning and M .McCormack, judges. Norwalk—At Vance's shop; M. G. Settle, Inspector; T. D. Sacketl and 8. G. Baker, judges. Old Mission—At Bayse's store: J. H. Tem ple, inspector; J. D. Durfee and G. D. Mc Craig, judges. Orange—At Orango Hotel; N. Hamilton, inspector; T. J Lockhart and E. W. Squires, judges. Pasadena—At Williams' oflice; B. Wil liams, inspector; J. W. Wood and A. O. Bris tol, judges. Pomona—At office of J. E. McComas; J. L. Overton, inspector; J. G. Reed and T. C. Thomas, judges. Raveua—At schoolhouse; D. A. Wagner, inspector; James Kobcrlsou and G. D. Rush, judges. Rowland—At store; J. A. Haskell, in spector; J. W. Hudson and Al Rowland, judges. San Fernando—At Maclay Hall; H. W. Griswold, iuspector; A. C. Hall and II. c. Hubbard, judges. San Pedro—At Phillip & Eisen's store; Geo. II. Peck, inspector; W. II. Moulthrop aud Fred Burkle, judges. San Autouio—At shonlhouse; N. M.Shir ley, inspector; F. J. Barretto and F. X. Cock, judges San Gabriel—At Bayley'sHotel; R. J. Bay ley, inspector; O. A. Stevens and J. a. Cooper, judges. Santa a mi---At Layman's Hotel; George W. Freeman, inspector; K. II. Dibble and II. Neill, judges. Spadra—At hotel; A. H. Tufts, Inspector; George M. Smith and James M. Fryer Judges. San Juan—At schoolhouse; J. R. Congdon, inspector; H. G. Risenbaum and M. A. Forster, judges. Santa Monioa—At Santa Monica Hotel; George Bnehme, inspector; it. K. Tanner and L. J. Glroux, judges. Sepulveda—At Gleudale schoolhouse; J F. Dunsmoor, inspector; JJ. T. Byram and Robert Devlne, judges. Sierra Msdre— At schoolhouse; P. T. Reed Inspector; N. H. Hosmer and W. B. Crisp' judges. South Pasadena—At schoolhonse; O. R Dougherty. Inspector; David Collier and L C. Winston, judges. Silverado—At schoolhouse; J. E. Pleas ants, inspector; Isaac Harding and F. p Carpenter, Judges. Tustin—At Tustin's store; O. W. Wilcox inspector; George Irvine and H. L. Eddy' judges. " Trabucco— At tchoolhouse; P. W. Straw iuspector; J.E. Crane and W. K. Robinson' judges. ' Vernon—At schoolhouse; R. Know I ton inspector; James Haddock aud John Moore' judges. ' Westminster—At schoolhouse; E 8 House inspector; J. M. Clark and 8. J. Finlev' judges. *' Wilmington—At Railroad Salnon; John Kennedy, Inspector; F. M. Butler and8 G Thompson, judges. Yorba—At schoolhouse; L. W. Kirby in spector; Felipe Yorba and F. W. Hazen judges. ' By order of the Board of Supervisors of Loa Angeles county,California. C. H. DUN8M00B, Clerk, A LONG-FELT WANT SUPPLIED! , |-\WING TO THE PACT THAT THERE ARE A GREAT MANY ERRORS nude In taking assessments of property, by the owners not being familiar with making out statements, or not having time to attend to doing so, I have conoluded to make a specialty of that branch of business, and will take charge of the property of all 1 who wish, at a reasonable fee, Having bad SEVEN \ EARS' EXPERIENCE In the assessing of property and the collection of taxes, I feel that I oan watch after the interests of those who employ me perhaps better than they could themselves and save them time and money. Those who wish to leave tbeir property in my hands will pleaso call at tho office of PARCELS AGUIRRE A CO., 12 Court Street, or ad dress me at above place. • n. s. PAHCsSEh' mrMm Ex-City Tax Collector. H.W.MIIyIvS, 18 COURT STREET, HAS FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN j3l FJEWV LOTS Near the depot grounds of the A. T. & S. F. R. R. Co. Also, 1000 acres near Ballona Harbor. Two business lots on North Main Street. One lot on Upper Main Street. Two lots on Fourth Street. mrn-lm> WM. T. COLEMAN & CO:, Shipping and Commission Merchants San Francisco, New York, Chicago. AGENCIES OF WM. T. COLEMAN & CO. AT London, Liverpool, Astoria, Or., and Los Angeles With agents and brokers in every commercial city of prominence In the Union. OUR LOS ANGELES AGENCY Makes a specialty of handling the products of 3outhern California. WINES, BRANDIES, OR4NGES, RAISINS, DRIED FRUIT, HONEY, CANNED FRUIT, HONEY, ETC., ETC. £WAgents for Ro'al Baking Powder, Walter Bakei & Co's Chocolate, Kingsford's Oswego b'tarch. Also, agents for Americau Oil Company's Whale Oil Soap. WM. L. LOCKE. Manager Los Angeles Agency, IVANHOE 700 Acres in Los Angeles DIVIDED INTO ONLY 1300 LOTS I PRICES OF LOTS. Up to 100 Feet Front, $150. Half-acre Lots, $200. From 1-2 to 1 Acre, $300. From 1 to 4 Acres, $400. 5 Acre Lots, $7SO. TERMS—One-fifth cash, balancein ei&flit equal monthly payments, with out interest. These prices will continue only until June 1, 1887, when they will positively be advanced. All who purchase before that date will have the benefit of the advanced prices. The entire tract is beautifully situated, with a charming view, pure air and water and perfect drainage. The Ostrich Farm Dummy Railroad runs through the tract, with a five-cent fare guaran teed to and from the center of the city. This road will be completed to the tract July 1,1887. Pure and abundant water will be piped through all the streets The title to tne property is absolutely perfect. A complete abstract will be kept in the office of the Company for the inspection of all purchasers, and a certificate of title will be furnished to each buyer with his deed. This tract is situated upon the hills, which are rapidly becoming the most desirable residence por tion of the city. The soil is a warm, sandy loam, free from frost, being in what is known as the warm belt. The elevation is such that the tempera ture is more even than in the city. NOTE—THE FIRST PURCHASERS HAVE FIRST CHOICE. Free carriage to the tract every day from the office of the agents, at 9A. M. and 1:30 P. M. Maps and circulars and all information can be had from Byram & Poindexter, Managers, 87 WEST FIRST STREET, BANK ItlOtK. Reference, by permission : Los Angeles National Bank. 6m CALIFORNIA & MEXICAN LAND COMPANY, Office, Room 4, Miuearcl Blocat, J 38 N. main St., LOS ANGtEX.ES, - CALIFORNIA. IWTransact a GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS in California and Secure privileges, concessions, grants and franchises iv Mexico. Survey, segregate and colonize lands. Correspondence solicited. mIS-lm ' Santa Anita Stallions, 1887. RCTOEKFOBD-fSlre of Lucky B and Molly McCarthy's Last), »100, bo season. GANO. b. h. by Grlnstead-Dam, 6anta Anita, by Virgil; »50 tho season. LEXINUTON, eh. h. by Lexlngton- Dam, Volga, by Imp. Glenooe. one of the test bred ndr«cslu America (tire of the dam of Laredo); $50 the season. Mares not proving with foal allowed to return free In 18S8. , Money due at time of service. Apply to office SANTA ANITA STABLES. 67 North Spring St., Los Angeles, or . c. W. ABY, Santa Anita Ranch. Catalogue on application. mlit-lm NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN. BREECH-LOADING SHOTGUNS, Jim received from Europe. The finest stock of the best makers In the world, aud at prices which we defy compe- 1 tltion on the Pacific Coast. Double Barrel Breech-Loa ling Shotguns from $14 up to 8330 j e.ch. All guns guaranteed. Also, a full line of Rifles, Pistols, Gnu Material and r Ammunition of all descriptions, American t and English. Repairing of the finest class t and chockborlng a specialty. s Sportsmen's Headquarters, 111 Main St. ( lllitf H. sLOTTfrIHUUfJE. C I NOTICE —TIMBER CULTURE. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, LOS Angelei, Cal., March 16, 18«7.—Com plaint having been entered at this office by HelnrlchScheel against Andrew MoFarland, for failure to comply with law as to Timber Culture Entry, dated January 26, 11-84, upon the of Section 24, Township 8 N, Range 15W, In Los Angeles county,California,with a view to the cancellation of said entry, contestant alleging that said Andrew McFar land has failed to break, plow, or cause to be broken or plowed, auy land of said claim whatever, the said parties are hereby sum moned to appear at this office on the Brd day of June, 18i7, at 10 o'clock A. M., to re spend and furnish testimony conceraing said alleged failure. J. D BETHUNE, Register. J. W. Havbrstick, Receiver. m 29 80t Notice lor Publication. T AND OFFICE, LOS ANGELES, FEB- U ruary 16, 1887—Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proo Iv support of his claim, and that said proo will be made before the Reglbter and Re» ceiver at Los Angeles Cal., on April 16 1887, viz: SOLOMON BHIRPBER, Homestead Application No. 1007, for the lot •i, K% of lot 6, and EH of lot 1, section 4, township b north, range 12 west, 8. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous restdence upon, and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: J. Walkins, Geo Dclph, C. C. Jeffries, H. Marteen, of Alpine Station. J. D. BETHUNE, Register. f2G ' Temple Street Cable Railway Co. LOCATION OF PRINCIPAL PLACE OF business, Los Angeles, California. Notice is horeby given that at a meeting of the Directors, held on the 25th day of Feb ruary, 1887, an assessmen' of two dollars and fifty cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately to the Secretary of said Com pany, at his office. No. 2b Temple street, city of Los Angeles. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 30th day of March, 1887, will be delinquent and adver tised for sale at public auction, and unless pavmcnt is made before, will be sold on the 20th day of April, 18S7, to pay the delin quent assessment together with costs of ad vertising and expenses of sale, F. W. WOOD, Secretary Temple Btreet Cable Railway Company. Office, 26 Tevr pie Street. m-td Notice of Foreclosure Sale No. 5273. JOBF.FA A. DE CEI.IS ET AL, PLAlN tlft's, vs. Geo. K. Porter et al, defend ants- -riberiil'3 sale under decree of fore closure. Under and by virtue of an execution Is sued out of the Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles on the 2d day of Match, A. D. 1887, upon a decree of foreclosure of a mort gage iv tbe above entitled action, In which said action a decree was rendered and en tered on the 10th day of May, 1-84, against George K. Porter et al, for toe foreclosure of a mortgage for tbe sum of $7724 44, and upon which there was paid on the 16th day of May, 1884, the sum of 8f.948.52, leaving a balance due of £1770 12, with interest I rem said date at 7 per cent, per annum, I am commanded to sell all the right, title and interest which the said George K. Porter had on the 14th day of June, 1870,.07 which he has since acquired in that certain tract of laud in the comity of Los Angeles, State of California, and being that portion of the Kancho Ex-Misslou San Fernando, de scribed as follows, to wlt: Beginning at tho point where the Bouth line of sectiou twenty-nine (2u), townsbtp two (2) north range fourteen (14) west San Bernardino meridian, intersects the east boundary line of s id rancho; thence north 8° wc.-t three hundred and forty-two (342) chains to statiou uumber three (:J) of final survey of said rancno as made by the Gov ernment of the United State* aud shown by the patent of said rancho; thence south 81° webt ten aud fifty-hundredihs (IU 50-100) chains to station number four (4) of said survey; thence north west twenty-one and fifty-hundredths (21 60-100) chains to station number (5) of said sur ey; thence north 74!4° west sixty-four (64) chains to station number six (0) of said survey; thence south 62;j° west forty-nine 50-100 (49 60-100) chains tv station number seven (7) of said survey; thence north 41° west t«enty-tWO 1.0 100 (29 60-100) chains to sta tiou number eight (S) ofs'iid surveyjthenco f north 20 J west twelve (12) chains to station , uumber nine (9) of said survey; thence north three (S) degrees wei>t fifty-three SJ-IUO (53 59-K'u) chums to statiou uumber ten(10)of said survey; thence north 60° east six (0) chains to st-.tion number eleven (ll)of said survey jthence north H>; s °east one hundred aud five (105) chains to station number twelve (12); t.;euee north 6.° west (Su) eighty chains to station number thirteen (lo)olsaid SUITS] ; thence sooth fewest two hundred aud seventy-six (270) ch-ins to station fourteen (li) of said survey; thence north 54 1 3 ' J west one hundred aud thirty-two (132) chains to station number fifteen (16) of said survey; Thence south 4754° i. est, tweuty (20) chains to the point where the said t*st line of the boundary of said rancho iutcsects 'he ca st • erly line of the lauds of the right of way of tho Southern Pacific Railroad Company through said rancho. Thence following sa.d easterh line ol sad rig.' t of way until the save inters. c:» the Bottle line of section twenty-nine (20), township three (3) north, range fifteen (15) west, San lteruardino meridian. '1 hence south on the section line three (~) miles to section corner 10-11 14 -15, township two (') north, raiieeflfteen (15) west, San Bernardino meridian. Thence , westone mile to section c rner 9 10-16 15, lowushlp two (.'; north, ranue fifteen (16) west, San Bernardino lneiidian Thence south three (3) miles to section eorncr 28 27 -33 34. Thence east on the section line four (4) miles nud lixty(6o) chains to the place of , beginning, containing sixieen thous tnd and five 'bunated (16.100) sores, a little more or leas, excluding therefrom the right of way of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company through s'.id tract, the same being a portion of the lands described iv the mortgage fore closed in this action Public notice is hereby given that on- Tuesday, the sth day of April, A. D. 1887, atl2 o'clock m. of that day, in tront of the Courthouse door of the County of Los An geles, on Spring street, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of fore closure and sale, sell the above described property, or so B&OOh thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder for cash, In lawful money ol the United States. Dated this Uth day of March, 1897. JAMES C KVYS, Sheriff of Los Aug: les County. "'NOTICE TO CREDITORS, T7tSTATE OF SUSAN GOODWIN, DE- l l i ceased.—Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of the estate of Susan Goodwin, deceased, to the creditors Of, and persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the publication of this notice, to the said administrator, at the otlice of Smith & Clark, Rooms 92 and 93, Temple Block, in the city and county of Los Angeles. OSCE GOOi>WIN. Administrator of the estate of Susan Good- Dated'at Los Angele», March 8,1857. m 9 lm. ~ NOTICFTTO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF AMOS TRAVIS, DECEASED. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, Administrator of the cstato of Amos Travis, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhii.it them with the neces sary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator at the office of Smith and Clark, Temple Block, the samo being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate iv tbe county of Los Angeles. JAY COLUMAN TRAVIS, Administrator of the Estate of Amos Travis, Dated at Los Angeles, March 1,1887. ro2 4w SMITH & CLARK. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF Los Angeles—ln the matter of the estate of John N. Griffin, deceased—Notloe for 8011110.111(111 of time for proving will, etc otlce Is hereby given that Monday, the 11th day of April, 1887, at 10 o'clock A. M, of said dyty, at the courtroom of this Court, In Department One thereof, In tbe county of Los Angeles, has been appointed for hearing the application of Eliza Griffiu, praying that a document now on file In this Court, purporting to he the last will and testament of John N. Griffin, deceased, be admitted to probate, and that letters testamentary be issued thereon to said petitioner, Kllza Griffin, at which time and place all persons interested therein may appear and contest the same. Dated March 25, 1887. CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR. County Clerk. By F. B. Fahkino , Deputy. m26-10t Iff ll l\ RE9T a victim o?youth V MlinflOUU Ful E i'mprudenee, causing premature decay, nerv ous debility, lost manhood, etc., having tred In vain every known remedy, has dis covert a simple self-cure which he will send FKFE tohl. fl".w sufferers Address C. J. MASON, Postofflce box 3175, New York city.