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DAILY HERALD. —— rosuswsD ■area* Days a Wbke, Ikclcdimo Hobdays. HgiH D. LYNCH. JAMBS J. AYBBB. aVTXJta * LYNCH, • - • POBLISHBBf. DBLIYBBXD BY CABBIBBS AT XWBHTY CENTS PER WEEK, or EIGHTY -.CENTS PER MONTH. Terms by mall, Including postage: Daily Hbbald, one year.. *J °° Daily Hbbald, six months. 4 to Daily Hbbald, three months * *> WaaKLY Hbbald, one year. f Vy Wbbkly Hbbald, six months.. 1 * ayaasLY Hbbald, three months <x> Local Corbesponoknck from adjacent lawns, especially solicited. Beailltsnnris should be made by draft. aasnV. PoetofAee order or postal note. The letter should be sent for all sums less than BrVS) dollars. Job Paiimse Dbtabtmbnt— Owing to oir areetly Increased facilities, we are pre pared to execute all kinds of Job work in a eavperlor manner. Special attention will he given to commercial and legal printing, aad ell orders will be promptly filled at saederate rates. Office of publication, 78 North Spring ■treat, Los Angeles. Telephone No. 156. "The Illustrated Herald." This publication, by far the most superior ■amber yet Issued, Is resdy for delivery, sad can be purchased or all newsdealers and at the Hibald Counting Rooms. Fouling Their Own Nests. There is a phase of newspapenng which has been very fully illustrated in Los Angeles, of late. It consists in the interchange of daily comments by able editors on the performances of their neighbors. The flavor of these journalistic tributes of affection is characterized much more by the coarse scent of patchouli than by the delicate fragrance of heliotrope. It ia a great question indeed as to whether the public enjoys these things any more than they do the offensive emanations of musk with which some people make themselves beloved in public places. There is, it is true, a low order Of human beings who really like dis plays of malice, envy and all un charitableness. It is just as bootless to ask why this is so as it would be to inquire why a fox's tail is bushy. Enough to say that this peculiar class exists, and that it ought not to be pandered to by thoße who are sup posed to be, in a certain sense, teachers in enlightened communities. The old dramatists have a fondness for making their rival poets and authors drop into intellectual and even phys ical scrapping matches. Le Sage in his Gil Bias has several very amusing episodes of this description, in which the literati indulge for the entertain ment of the nobles and bumpkins ■who might to be around. The whole thing can scarcely be said to have been edifying, and it cer tainly did not tend to ennoble men who should have felt themselves to be far above the witlings who de rived enjoyment from such wretched performances. In these modern days the illiterati of the daily press—to coin a new and appropriate word—seem to have bor rowed a lesson from the educated and gifted men of old, who permitted themselves to be made butts for peo ple who were in every sense their in feriors, and through the agency of the press they can make their degrada tion far more conspicuous and com plete. What an ennobling thing it is to hear one able editor teferring to the "hogwash" of his contemporary, and to know that that redoubtable pandit will, the next morning, ex press the belief that the columns of his opponent's paper, reeking with "rot," resemble a sewer struck by lightning. The whole thing is aggravated to the long suf fering reader by a ready be lief that both the controversialists are in the right. The number of blackguards and ruffians who dis grace the profession of journalism, if tbe opinions of the parties in interest are accepted as the standard of judg ment, is lamentably large. To dis cover a gentleman here and there amongst the tribe would appear to the average newspaper reader an operation as difficult as hunting for a needle in a haystack. The "imbe ciles," "frauds," "abortions," and other kinds of nondescripts who, ac cording to the same authority, that hang around the average newspaper office, are discouraging in number to those who muht reasonably look for a higher grade of the genus homo in positions of such nice responsibility. Yet none are co prompt in.'pro claiming the dignity of the press as the very men who indulge in this in credible folly. It is hard to look for much acceptance for an editor's views when hu is ready to pronounce those of his brother journalist "rot," the dispassionate reader having probably made up his mind that in ability and character it is "six of one and half a dozen of the other" be tween tbem. The press has an ele vated mission, and it has been the agent of great good in the evolution of the world's history, but it fwill never hatfe its true dignity and use fulness recognized until its members either feel or simulate some respect for each other. The more fully the Interstate Com merce bill is considered, and the nearer tbe time approaches for its going into operation, the more appar ent it becomes that it is going to work radical changes in the business of this Coast. On some articles of extensive consumption in Los Ange les and Southern California we are informed t' at the freight charges will be increased from fifty cents to two dollars and a half a hundred. This, of course, is almost prohibitory to overland transportation, and will re entt in either shipments via the Isth mus of Panama, around the Horn, or LQ9 ANGELES DAILY HERALD, MARCH HO. 1887. Dots. /ia the Canadian Pacific. It will ake some months to get at any ap proximate idea of what these radical changes will be. We are assured, for instance, that tbe rate on printing paper will be advanced two hundred per cent. The natural effect of such a policy will be to throw such freights into the hands of the Pacific Mail Company. A second effect ought to be to increase the manufacturing in dustries of California. There is no reason why this State should not manufacture all the paper of any de scription used on the Pacific Slope. Should the advance in freight rates prove to be so sweeping as it is as serted they will be, there ought to spring up in Los Angeles a class of commission merchants who will sup ply the sailing vessels and steamers needed to make us independent of extreme overland rates, whether they should ply to the Isthmus, around the Horn, or to the terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway. At a first glance the measure is calculated to benefit materially the trade of San Francisco, while we fail to see that it will operate favorably to the business men of Los Angeles. One ray of light we discern in all this confusion, viz., the rates on the shipment of or anges East will remain substantially the same, only an advance of five cents on the hundred weight having been made. For such and all smilar favors our people are devoutly thank ful. Due de Montebello Ohampsgne, J. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist. Drink R jss's Royal Belfast Ginger Ale. Tanslll's Punch Cigars at P. O. Cigar Store. Duo de Montebello champagne at Weyse Bros.' Dr. C J. Mullen, corner Fourth snd Msln, Montrose Block. Horse blankets and buggy robes st Foy's harness shop. Burkes porter is food and drink com bined. Try it. Sea shells polished at Kan Koo, 238 N. Main St., wholesale or retail. Plush parlor suits, essy chairs. New in voice Just arrived at Allen's. Carpets —spring patterns — now arriving. Prices lower than ever, at Allen's. If you want to furnish your honse with tittle money, call at Allen's, 32 8. Bprlng Bt. Nursing mothers should use Burkes por ter. It is a swift tonic. Ash, cherry and walnut bedroom sets. Extra inducements offered this week at Allen's. Dr Williams continues to treat all beart. throat and chest diseases by his new and popular system o| medicated inhalations, 275 N. Main street. "Wants," "Personals," and other adver tisements under the following heads in serted at tno rate ol 5 ccuts per line for each Insertion. Board of Supervisors. Tuesday, March 29, 1887. A warrant for $'23 was ordered drawn to pay nurses for hospital purposes. The Assistant District Attorney was requested to consult with Hon. S. M. White and give a written opinion as to how the Board should proceed in the matter of the Tax Collector. The use of the court rooms in the County Court House was tendered the Supreme Court for the April t rm. The office of County Tax Collector was, upon motion of Supervisor Vena ble, declared vacant, and a committee consisting of Supervisors Venable, Chair man, Koss and ilaey, numbers, was appointed to take charge of the office until the appointment is filled. William Gardiner was appointed bee inspector at a salary of S3 per diem when called to inspect apiaries. The Board adjourned until April 4th, at 10 A. St. More Mining Development. The new mining district. "Dry Lake, ' is looming up iv a very fascinating and elevated character. The district lies fifty miles east of Victor on the Califor nia Southern railroad, through a country that may be easily traversed by mining truins. It is proposed to make Victor v point of supply and departure for mining trains for the new fields of gold described in tbe Herald last week. A large party of miners and prospec tcrs will leave Los Angeles on Saturday next fir this new El Dorado. The mem bers will have their point of departure and base of supplies at Victor, where an assortment of fresh food from the rich alluvtari bottoms is always to be obtained. The prospects are very tine at Dry Lake camp, and there aeerns to be a prospect of a boom in mining matters in that locality. Habeas Corpus. The case of Patrick Long, held to an swer on a charge of grand larceny, cime up on a writ of habeas corpus be fore Judge Cheney yesterday morning. Long was held to answer some timo last December, and shortly after there was a change of officials, consequently the new District Attorney failed to tile an information. The law provide* that an information must be filed within thirty days after the judgment of the lower court, aud as it was not done in this in stance Judge Cheney discharged the prisoner. The habeas corpus case of Messrs. Thornton and Stephens came up btfore Judge Huston yesterday, but the writ was dismissed without argument. Ready March 25th, Scribners Magazine FOX APRIL. Vol. 1. No. 4. Containing the first installment of the UN pi' blished Letters of THACKERAY, Illustrated by reproductions from Mb own Unpublished Drawings, ±ac-bimiles of hit* Letters, etc. These Kemarliable Letters are contribu tions such as have uever before been made to a knowledge of the personality of the great novelist, aud are in themselves un questionably the most interesting and characteristic addition possible to Thack eray Literature. 25 Cents a Number. S3 a Year. Contents. PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY, frontispiece. Engraved by O. Kruell, after thcciayon drawing by Samuel i aurenoo. A COLLECTION OF UNPUBLISHED LET TF.KS OF THACKERAY, with an Intro duction by Jane Octavia Brookfleld. Il lustrated by reproductions of unpub lished drawings by Thackeray. (To be Continued in further numoers.) "NO HAID PAWN." (A Story.) Thomas Nelson Page. THE BTOHY OF A NEW YOSK HOUSE —IV, Illustrated by A. B. Frost. H. C BItNNER. MODERN AGGRESSIVE TORPEDOES. Illustrated from photographs and draw fngs furntshed by tbe author. Lieut, W. 8 Hughes, U. 8. Navy. FORTUNE. KlyotWeld. THE REbIDUARY LEGATEE ; or, The Post humous jest of tbe late John Austin. Part Third—Tbe Administration. J. 8. of Dale. REMEMBRANCE. Julia C. R. Dorr. REMINISCENCES OF THE SIEGE AND COMMUNE OF PARIS, Fourth (conclud ing) Paper—The Downfall of the Com mune. Witt, illustrations from portraits and documents in Mr. Washburoe's pos session, and from drswlngs by T. de Tbulstrup, J. Steeple Davis, and A. M. Turner. E. B. Washburne, ex Minister to France. THE QUIET PILGRIM. Edith M. Thomas. AMERICAN ELEPHANT MYTHS. With Illustrations. W. B. Scott, Professor in Princeton College. THE OLD EARTH. Charles Edwin Mark ham. HE I'll s BROTHER'B WIFE. — Chapters XIII-XVII. Harold Frederic. TEDKSCOS K.UBINA. (A Story.) F. D Millet. ENGLISH IN OUR COLLEGES. Adams Sherman Hill, Professor in Harvard Uni versity. FOX SALE BY ALL DEALERS. Remittances should be sent by post money order or registered letter to CHARLES MCRIBNEK'S SONS, 743 and "45 Broadway, New York. J Religious Service in Italian. Rev. Don M. Cesuri, a Catholic priest from Italy, who arrived in the city a few days ago, will give a lecture at the old church opposite the plaza, in the Italian language, to morrow, at 7:30 p. m. All the Italians are invited; the pewß will be opened to all. Marriage Licenses. L. Seitz to A. Richardson; Chas. Starr to Jennie Lighthill. People's Store. To-day we are having a special sale [of Scotch cheviot double-told dress goods double fold, all-wool aud embrace tho prominent shades of grays, browns aud very newest mixtures for spring wear, aud the price is 40c. per yard—tbe limit ten yards to each customer. We bave enough to last until 3 p. M. Double-fold all-wool goods of mostly any kind are cheap at 50c., and we need not say more. We have opened and placed on sale about ten cases of single and double gold dress goods, all new spring effects In single fold we commence at 10c and in double fold at 15c. per yard. We believe that these goods nre tbe cheapest that have ever been shown in t in. Augeles. We will sell 1" our Domestic Department a Hue of canvas cloths—pure cotton in street and evening shades. These goods are entirely new this season for spring and summer wear. The price is per yard. ' If you see them yon will surely buy them. All-wool Shetland shawls, in cardinal, ' black, white and blue, will be sold to-day at 60c. Wo nave bargains for you in eve'ydepart ment. Lots ot splendid values that cannot fail to attract your attention and interest you. People's Store. it. 11. Chapman Has removed his office from No. 6 Commer. cial street to rooms 1 and 2, McDonald Block, Main street. Free to All. That nobby cane wa« given to me at the Chicago Hat Store, No. 35 N. Main street. A cane is given free to each purchaser of a hat. ( Latest Styles ol Hats Of all description st the Chicago Hat Store, 36 N, Main street, and a cane given to each purchaser. Doc de montebello Champagne! Ftnett imported brsnd. The Stelnway, Chlckering, Hardman, Steck, Emmerson and other pianos can be fonnd at Gardner's fine piano and organ rooms, No. 212 South Spring street. 8. W. Strong-, H. P. MscKSSB, IUT. U. HcKssn. McKoon A Strong, houses, lots, acres, farms, vineyards, orange grove«, ranches, money to loan. No. 114 W. First St., Nadeau Block. f or Cement Walk*, Embankments or cemetery enclosures, flrst olass work and moderate prices, go to the Los Angeles Paving Co., office 114 W. First street, Nadeau Block. I Ghirardelll's solnsble cocoa is fresher t ronger and superior to any imported. H/HIUAINN Iff REAfL ESTATE. Fok bargains in city'or. country realty,so to G. \V. BURTON, Berol-Troplc Land Co., 106 N* St ring st., Temple Block. m24-tf THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN SAN GA briel valley. O. W. BURTON, Semi- Tropic Land Co., 106 N. Spring st., Temple Block ro26tf rpHE CHEAPEST PLACE IN AZUSA—ALL J. Improved, $175 per acre, plenty of wa ter. G W. BURTON. Semi-Tropic Land CO., 106 N. Sprlnv it., Temple Block. m 25 f BEAUTIFUL LOT PARK VILLA TRACT, 50x108 feet, $1200—just $300 of a bargain InthU. Take It to-day. G. W. BURTON lnii North Spring street, Temple Block. m2fltf IJOH SALE—FINE ORANGE GROVE IN 1 full bearing, at the Duarte; * I ■',000. Also hi Azusa, one in acre tract, all improved, at tSOO; and one -in acre tract, partly Improved, at 63000. Also f 0-ac.ro homestead in Ellwan ds, superior raisin land, at UloOO. W. D. ROOT, 25 Temple street. mBO-5t FOR SALE—BUSINESS CORNER ON First street, in sumo block as new Santa F<s depot. This will btcnme valuable busi ness property. It wi'l be offered low for a few days by FORRESTER & SMITH, No. 6 Court street. m 22 tu-tr-an. IjlOK SALE—IN ALOSTA, OL.OSK lO IHE 1 foot hills, near Cooke's at Dalton Canon, 140 acres, beautifully located aud well watered; about one-half mile from P. O. and new depot. Will be sold in 5, 10, 20, 40 or 80 acre tracts to suit purchasers. Price ftOO to 8400 per acre. No better investment can b; made if bought at once, on account of the unheard-of demand of these warm and sheltered orange lands that must bring $1000 an aero within two years. Teams from Pomona to view f'ese tracts free of charge. AMUKOSE, BKOWN A WHF.ELEK, Pomoes. Cal mtHt HnTcALt—VEN . Oil - UuUaTX I.AHDS. Large and small tracts and town lots. Full information given to those desiring pleasant homes. Good soil and climate. R. C CARLi ON, 28 N. Spring-st m'3-lm li>Oß SALE—rINKST QUARTER SEC HON P in Antelope Valley; also a bargaiu iv a splendid larire lot and house in the city. At Turnvercln Hall, 137 S inth Spring st. mil tf PARCELS, AGUIRRE A CO , HAVE FOX sale, at specUl bargains, lots iv the Fltz gerald tract, on Ninth street, at 10 to 30 per cent less than surrounding property, for a few days only: also long list of city and country property at low rates. 12 Court street. mil tf IiMHI SALE—BY RUDDY, BURNS A JT Smith, eight acres, finely improved, three fourths mile west of city limits, in the Cahuenga district; £7500. Ten acres southwest ol Agricultural Park; $in,OCO. Seventy-five acres of oil land near New hall'; 3750. One-half aero on Adams street, finely Im proved, with five-room house: 53300. Thirty acres on Temple street. Just out side of the city limits: I 00 per acre. Twenty acres on Alam-.da, all in full bearing orange orchard aud vineyard; 620,000. A flue orange orchard of twenty-four acres on Lemon street; 31000 per acre. Several fine lots in the Bonnie Brae tract. Lauds iv Antelope valley at SC to 810 per acre. Building lots in all parts of the city at prices to suit all. Resldei ces in nil parts of the city. The most of the property on our books Can tc had on easy terms. The above Is selected from a very large list of property which we have on our books for sac. Reasonable terms can be had on most of our property. feb23tf fj-OR SALE IN TRACTS TO SUIT, $50 PER r acre; 16 miles from Los Auge es, near ooeau. WALTERS A TUBBS, Pico House. )qn4tf Iil ARMS AND TOWN LOIS—FARMS OF 1 all sizes, from five to sixteen hundred acres of laud for sale; one of 800 acres a spe cial bargain; also town lots iuthe Iron Sul phur Springs Tract. New life in and near this family resort, incident o the coming of tbe railroads. The best of natural mineral waters and baths. C. T. WIDNEY A CO , Fulton Wells P. O. Cal. no2l-tf HIJMNESS CHANCES. OR SALE—BUTCHER SHOP; GOOD location. Inquire corner Second aud Main streets. WM. L. MILLER. m3O-7t EUIKNI TURK BUSINESS FOR SALE; 504 Downey aveaue, Eist Los Angeles, and building to lease. Reasonable terms. pifJO-lw A RARE CHANCE—GOOD. PAYING store business for sale. Apply to J. B. HOLLOW'AY, 49 Temple Block, Los Angeles, for particulars. m 29 2w IdOR SALE— ES 1 ARLdsTiED MILLIN JD cry aud fancy goods business Iv San Bernardino; doing a good business; is iv a good location. For particulars address, T-USBEL A COLVIN, Sin Bern rdlno. m 25 7t TjlOR SALE CHEAP—BUTCHER SHOP J? and fruit store. Call at 234 Buena Vista street. m 23 7t FOR S ALE—INTERES i IN ESTABLISHED business: thorough Investigation solic ited, Address BUSINESS, 220 8. Spring street. m 22 7t PARTNER WAN IE , 10 JUIN THE AD vertiser, with a few hundred or a thous and dollars, in a first-class paying business; fullest investigation solicited and referen ces given; no previous experience necessa ry, AddressMEKCHANT, P.O. Box 1194, Los Angcle--, Cal. febl7-3mos AKTNKRBHIP WANTED —A GENTLE man of exp Tience, with $1000 to 11500 at command, wishes to join in partnership wi'h a where his time arid money can be utilized. Address BONA FIDE, care room 3, No. 28 N. Spring street Los Angeles, Cal. feb!7-3mos KPI'CATIONAfL. COMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL — IN gtructiou will be given at most reason able terms in bookkeepiug and all grammar and high school studies. Candidates pre pared for college and teacher's examina tions. Rooms Schumacher Block. L. B LAWSON, FRED. H. CLARK, A. M., Prlne pais. ,'AN 1 ED—PUPILS FOR PI tKO, ORGAN and voice taught in tbe most thorough manner. Terms, t5 per month. Beginners, iv classes of two or three, $8 per month. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. For particulars call at H'J Wall street. f2Btf AFaITINTS MUSICAL STUDIO RE • moved to No. 11 West First street, Rooms 10 and 11. Opera and concert stage a specialty; also, church aud oratorio. Full half hour lessons. pitf MCPHEKRON ACADEMY. BOARDING aud Day School for Boys. Grand aven ue, betwecu Sixth aud Seventh streets Ex cellent new building. Fall term opened Sep tember 23d. 1886, and is now in successful progress. For circulars, address MePHER RON BROS., 602 Grand aye., Los Angeles, Cal. qn3 FOX BAL.E. FOR SALE—DIAMOND, WATCHES AND Jewelry sold low at Union Loan Office, 3 North Main street. mj-lo FRESITIERSEY COWS FROM 660 UP wardt, kind and gentle. WILLIAM NILES, E. Washington, near Main street cars. m3O-lm THOROUGHBRED HOLBTEIN BULLS, also choice milch cows. Address J. E. DURKEE, Bonita Meadows, Santa Monica Road. ml'J 6m BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES FOR sale cheap. FOUNTAIN SALOON, 22 North Spring street. mlB-lm t>OR SALE —'THE _ LEA FURSITURE and business of the most elegant aud conveniently situated rooming-house in Los Augele-, aud clearing profit of between $200 aud $300 per mouth. Reasons for selling strictly personal. For particulars address "M. S."postofficeßox 374. ml 3 lm IpOR BALE—AT MCCARTHY'S CALirOR~ nia Land Office, 23 West First street, las Angeles, and Colorado street, Pasadena: Houses, lots, acreage and business proper ties for speculators. Call. m 8 lm MISCIitOI.AIVKOIIS. NOTICE —THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID for old gold and silver at Union Loan office. I North Main street. m4-lm FOR EXCHANGE—LOT FOR GOOD a horse or buggy. Address M. C, this of s°± m3oft WILL TAKE HORSE AND BUGTY ON i m J£w P ".l me , n r' on l 0"' BANDHOLT A CO., 230 North Majn_Btreet. mSO-tf DO YOU WANT A HOUSE BUILT? Go to Kronnick's. Do you want Btore fixtures? Go to Kronnick's. Do you want efflce fixtures? Go to Kronnick's. screens?" """" * CreWl doorg End » ind °w- Oo to Kronnick's. Go t T o°Kr W or,ck^ e ™ ° r >W°™l * ref ' itta « d » De Go to Kronnick's. .„»„ 8 - c - KItONNICK, Telephone 521. 130 N°th«ctL 0 PEOPLEntEMOVINO _ FROM g ofUitSrT <<}[ m6tf WANTED—HELP. W- ANTED—TWO FIRST - CLASS CAR risge suinters, 50 and 52 Los Angeles mreet. m3O-2t WAN IK. D—A GOOD OIRL 10 DO UHN oral housework (no washing or Iron lug). Apply Immediately at 21 Kast Fourth street. m ??iL B" OY WANTED—TO DRIVE BOTOHWR wagon. Call be.ween 2 and 3 o'clock at 401 E. Firn street. __m 2« St IXJANTED - A COMPETENT WOOD TV turner corner A'amed-i aDd Macs streets. KKRCKHOFF-COSHER MILL A LUMBER CO. m ' i9 at WAN IHO-A VOU.NG »OMWI OLE ft X; must be a good penman. Addres... MAGNOLIA, P. O. box 151, Lo< Angeles, with full name and addr»s_x tn"7 Sn W I-..t W .N IKD-1 r.AMS FOR GkAIHNG. AP ply to E. C. BURLINGAME, No. 8, Beaudrv aventio. uilO-lm WANTED AT ONCE —FIRST-CLASS UP TT holster and mattress in iker. Apply CALIFORNIA UPHOLSTERING CO.. 119 Downer A' ».. East Los Aitt-lf«. ml 7 tf rp\VO APPRENTICES TO LEARN MIl -1 liu»ry. also, two makers wanted. Ap ply at MRS. DELER, 22 West First street, Lis Ange'es, Cal. m 9 tl ANTED—FIRST CLAS-l MALE AND female kelp constantly at 35 South Spring street. Telephone 661. ml-lm ~ SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED- BY A YOUNG LADY OF German parentage ft position as gov erness or companion Sp?nks perfect Eng lish. Gtrmsn and French; also teaches mu sic and drawing, -ood references. Ad dress H. A.. Herald office. m? 9 2t N EXPtbIENCED POULTRY MAN (3'J) desiies employment; thoroug dvunder stands incubators and raising chickens ar tificially; mi.derate wages or percentage of profits: references. Address "PjULTrY," P. O. box 93. Oakland. Cal. MSB 6t WAN TUB- MISC ELL ANCOU S. WA N T E D^COLLATERAL - TO - LO AN money on, at Union Loan Office, No. 3 North Main street m4-lm AN ThlJ TO hAOUAMII — Flrtol c!ass new stock of clothing and fur nlehing goods, and boots aud shoes in new stock in Los Angeles, for good city property. First strpe'? m2B.;P AMEO—EVEIiYuUDY WHO HAS birgHins in houses, lots und fruit ranches for sale to place them in our hand-. Now is the time to make sales. FRANCIS CO, STUART A OKKY, 120 W First street. Tf29 3t AN ISO—TO bL'Y A HOUSE uF 3 UK 4 rooms, in good condition to move; would prefer near the new depot. Call or address W. R. HAIZLIP, 52Chavez street. m2B-7t WANl'llD— TO EXCHANGE TOWN LOT for got d hose and buggy or team of horses, o. B. SHORT, No. 8 S. Spring St. AM ED—A SP RUN K ling cart. Address rr apply tc Cuca monga Fruit Laud Co., room 3, Downey Block. mstf LOST AND EOUND. STRAY. A BAY HORSE WITH WHITE face: two hind feet white. Finder will be sui'ablv rewarded by returning same to A. H. PAIis:OKS, L 37 S. Olive. mar23-5t FOUND— IF YOU NEED MONEY GO TO the Uulon Loin office, No. 3 North Main street m-Mm »j»7*.(l KEW ABU-SIKAYEfJ OR OIOLEN ip.tlU —A 1 ght bay mare, fair size, 7 years old, both fore ft-et and off hind ankle white, perhaps a little white in forehead. Will pay $250 for return of mare, and ?suo for conviction of thief, if stoleu. This mare disappeared about the first of March. L. J. ROSE, Sau Gabriel. p 3-lm PERSON AI,. fpt R S O N A L —AfaK~RIC~A~N~WATCHEB J sold cheap at Union Loon Office, 8 North Main street m4-lm I) ER WON A TO THE UNION LOAN Office for bargains in Jewelry, 3 North Ma n street. mt-lm RS. PARKER—INDEPENDEN T SLATE writer and test medium. Gives full names of spirit friends. Consults. lons on business speculations, mineral, lawsuits, removals, love, marriage, absent friends, diseases, etc. Developing class Thursdays, 3 p. h., 23 South Spring street, room 8. 9 a. m. to 6 p is. m'2s-lm ROpRsSOR J. TsOHANK. CLAlSVi>v ant. Fortune-teller, South Spring street, L'>« Angeles.'"al. m! 3 lm ClU'l itAin, TICKET uPVIUnT umTaK S)T. 1 Charles Hotel. R. R. Tickets bought sold and exchanged. Members of the Amer ican Ticket. Brokers' Association. R J. PItYKE A CO.. 212 North Main Rtreet. mstf to*- WORTH FREE. SUPERB DEVELOr- SJHJ ment of lorm and limbs, a pure, lovely complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air pumps. Book on "Physical Culture" free. DR. L. C. HARMON, 813 Halght street, San T>niol«po, Cal. no"f. lv FUR SALE—City Property. IjlOR SALE—CORNER" LOT IN ELLIS • tract, h0 feet front, 8900; 20 feet more can be had adj.dning for #ICO. Also lot on PIOO street for 8450. Terms easy on latter. Apply at once. Address M. C, Herald of fice. m3O 2t E~ tOR SALE—CHOICE LOTS ON BTi YLE Heights for 6250 each. ROCHESTER A LAYTON, 9 Commercial street. m3O IjiOß BALE—BARGAINB! BARGAINS! 1 Read the following: Large lot on Hill street, near Eighth, for MOO. Splendid lot on Flower street, near Ninth, for 12500. Two desirable lots on Tenth, near Pearl, very cheap. "Lot on Eleventh, near Pearl , for $1150. Choice lots on Olive, Flower and Pico One on Pearl street at 83000 Another on Pearl street, near Seventh, for $:; ii i). Together with other lots and houses and lots in all pans of thecitv. FRANCISCO, STUART A OKEY. m293t 120 W. First street. F~ SALE — TWO LARGE LOTS ON Grand avenue, only 02800. Como and see this if you want aba gain. Also, fine lot betweeu Main street and Grand avenue: will take good horse as part pay. MILLER A lIEHItIQTT. 253 N. Main st. m27tf mw O CHOICE i 0 l S IN ELECTRIC HOMK- J_ stead tract, big discount; also one largu cooking stove very cheap, at South Spring strpet. m'J-lm POX S \LE—THE LAKOEST AND BEST r lot in the city for the money, betwecu M in street and Grand avenue, Co cred with fine fruit trees. Price only $6 00. Terms easy. Come at once, ior this is a bargain. 2;.: l North Main street. m2O-tf ITOlt" SALE—II6xI79 on Grand avenue JV cheap. McCOYE A CUSIIMAN. 23 N. Spring street. m tf •fjlolt SALE—CHOICE LOT IN '1 HE J? Chllds tract, o-i electric railroad line. McCOYE A CUSUMAN, 23N. Spring stieet. m'2i f inOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL LOT lill.l C street nenr Eleven h. cheap. McCOYE A CUSUMAN, 23 N. Soring street. m2tf FOR ftAl.i: - 4 ountrj Property FOR BALK-160 ACHES OF LAND, ALSO Forest Dairy, containing cows, horses, wagons, route and cans, etc. Inquire at. GREEN MEADOW, 1 mile west of school house, or address P. O. Box 741. m23-6m FOR RENT—HOUSES. rli 11 uKM l—Si \.ltin i M r.o i iMIinAK i i.V i" furnished, on Boyle Height. BAND HOLT A CO.. 230 North Main street, mi'i-tf F«»K KENT—ROOMS. TO LET—TWO NICELY FURNISHED rooms; parlor and t edroom; on Main street, in the near vicinity of t: c postorrce, suitable for man and wife, or una or two gentlemen. The furniture is new aud of the best quality. Address P. O. Box 781. m] Q-3t. T~ O RENT—3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, 324 Montreal St., on hill, third house north of Virgin St. mar2B 4t WO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO let with board 307 temple st. m2B tf FURNISHED ROOM—DOUBLE OR SIN gle, for gentlemen, In a private family, near business center References iveu aud required Address ILJL. bj>xJ4Go _m27-4t ROOMS IN THE NEW AND 1 elegant house, No. 50U Fort street, corner Sixth. inDtf milE LANKF.RSHIM, STRICTLY FIRST- X. class upartmeut house; 21h'£ Spriug St., near Third, elegant larire sunny rooms en suite or single, furnished or uufurnished. ml3-lra 9->A SOUTH FORT STREET—ST. HELE ——" na House. Sunny rooms neatly furnished; first-class location. mdtf FOR RENT—rtIICEEt.ANEOIIS. OR RENT-ON APRIL IST, SMALL store opposite Well-, Fargo A Co. Call at No. 3 Arcadia street. m3O tf FOB BENT—SMALL OFFICES ON THE ground floor, with water aud gas. at 316 and 318 North Main street opposite the new postollice. Inquire on the premise*. m 27 St Ijl JR RENT—HOTEL At CUOAktUNuA ! on very reasonable t-rms. Address or apply to Cucamonga Land Co., room 3, Dow ney Block mstf RENI—AT FROM $3 TO $20 PER year; safe deposit boxes in absolutely fire and burglar proof chrome steel vault. Inspect!.m invited. THE CHILDREN SAFE DEPOSIT BANK, 37 South Spriug st. feb!2tf llll.lllu AAU LOUUIAti. BOARD AND ROOM 3 IN THE NEW AND elegant bouse No. 506 Fort street, corner Sixth. m2t-tf SUNNY ROOMS—AT lllE ASHLEY Ho tel, Third street, may be fouud elegant, sunny rooms, with first-class board. Call and examine. R ASHLEY. Prop'r. mlilm ELLI Vlii I'EKRACET roKMEKLY Picklt Villa, 4H9 Pearl street, Los Ange les, Cal. The finest location in the city; take Sixth street cars. "Bellevue Terrace" Consists of three buildings, all connected by front porch, cud contains 140 as desirable rooms as cau be fouud In Southern Califor nia. Board and room 82.00 and 62.50 per day. Liberal arrangements made with per sons desiring rooms and board by the month or year. Telephone 518. DANIEL PICKIT, Mrs KATIE E. PICKIT. Proprietors a24tl rIKANI'IAt.. LOW RATE OF INTEREST CHARGED at Union Ljau Office, No. 3 North Main street. m4-lm Vf ONE V TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE —MOR- -111 TIMER A HARRIS, Attorneys at Law, 7s Temple Block. 5St A AAA TO LOAN—LOWEST IN- VaVUUaVUU terest. Apply direct. A.J. VIKLK, ro<<m 23 Schumacher Block m3otf MONEY TO LOAN— 81000, $ 000. 83000 BYRAM A POIN.EXTER, 27 West First. m2B 8t &S)(\ AAA TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ffIWIMJUU estate. Apply to J. W. BROWNING, No. 9 South Main street. mi 9 7t MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE In am- uuts to suit. BRoDTBECK A PENNEY, No. 19N Spring St. 'ehß tf DENTISTS. ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING street, rooms 4 and 6. Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and silver fillings, $1. Painless Extraction of Teeth by vitalized air or nitrous oxide gas, fl. Teeth extraoted without gas or air, t .50. Best sots of teeth from $6 to $10, By our method of making teeth a misfit Is Impossi ble. * Special attention paid to repairing broken plates. Office hours from Ba. m. to 6p. M. Sun days from 10 a. m. to 12 m. d 7 tf UIEETiMMS. NOTICE OF DIVISION OF THE •«sr Howes Tract Subscribers to tho Howes tract are notified to attend a division of the property on Saturday, April 9,1687, at 11 a.m., in Turnvoreln Hall, 137 South Bpr'ng street, Los Angeles.Cal. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAND CO.. m3otd 244 N. Main st., Baker Block. fr3S=SPECIAL MEETING LOS ANGELES Lodge No. 42, F. A A. M., this (Wednesday) evening, March 80th, at 7:30, sharp, for work In the Third Degree. Sister lodges and all Master Masons in good stand ing are cordial y invited to attend. By order of the W. M. m-9-lt D. J.CARR; Secretary. OF CHOSEN FRIENDS — I -5-*' Guardian Council. No. 00, meets in rythtsn Contle Hall, 24 South Spring street, the first and third TUESDAY EVENINGS each month. Visiting friends cordially in vited. J. H. MARSHALL, C. C. mr2o-3m «H»CBLLANEOPB. 3DO ISTOT "WAIT. THE RUSH FOR OUR ELEGANT TAILOR-FITTING SPRING CLOTHING! HAS COMMENCED. We Possess the Facility and Inclination to Give ¥on Real Barsralna, £»T-AND WE WILL DO IT r^rjJJ) THIS WEEK WE WILL SELL 80 ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE SUITS AT... *1o 50 Worth 120. 24 SILK-MIXED SACK SUITS AT 17 50 Regular price 122.60. 50 ALL-WOOL TWEED SUITS AT: 15 0 0 Bargain at 120. IS CASSIMERE SUITS AT a 50 Worth »15. 30 PAIR OF PANTS AT 4 00 Bold elsewhere at (6.60. Hats and Furnishing Goods in Great Variety at Lowest Prices. TRUE MERIT IN OCR tiOODD ! WHEAT SAVINW IN OUR PRICES ! E. ADAM, No. 15 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal. H7-3m ' ALBEE & WILLARD. BARGAINS! WS2oo—Corner lot,G2xl6fi,on Washin?tonst. *<>()() each—The bestlots In the City Centor MiSSOOO—S:<me si«e, adjoiulug. Tract. * t e<M) each—Fine lots on Bou«allo aye. »3701>—Lot 6'xlf 5, on west side Hill st. »7500—Large lot on Olive St. This Is a SJIMIO—Br lendidlot on Nevadast.near Pico. bargain. « BIS(M)—Cor. lot on Grand aye., clean side. *1200-Lot cor. Beacon and Ninth sts. Slli.jO—Fine lot adioiuiug tbe above. MHMJ oa?h—Six flue lots adjoining on Bea- •] 7SO Each—Big lots on Hope st. const. I*lBoo—lo2 feet front, on Ninth st. i» 1500—Corner Adams and Flgueroa, 100- H3oOo—Bargain on Washington St., 105x176 foot front. on the corner. J * 1 l,oOO—Best alfalfa ranch in the county SB7OO-A Beautiful Cottage In the Ellis Tract, Just being finished—to see is to buy ! fHf Besides the above we have the remaining lots in the Ellis Tract, which are'every one of them choice for building speculation. We arc selling the cheapest tract of lots on the east side of the river for SHOO to SHSO per lot; $100 down, balance $20 per month. We have a few fine houses and improved places which will suit you for homes. Our specialty hRB always been fine acre property and tracts for subdivision, and we have tbe best In the city. This is a Wet-Weather Advertisement with Dry-Season Prices. ALBEE & WILLARD, No. ;:tl' 2 North Spring; Street '.Los Angeles, Cal. fl tf One Hundred Farms! OF 40 ACRES EACH, FOR SALE, Being a Choice Body of Level Land, Consisting of 4200-BROAD ACRES-4200 All TJTider Cultivation, AND THE MOST OF IT NOW COVERED WITH A PROMISING GROWTH OF BARLEY. IT IS A SUBDIVISION OF the Mcdonald tract IN THE RANCHO SAN PEDRO, Eight Miles and a Half South of Los Angeles AND 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 building?, 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. gjaflT WILL BE SOLD ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERM S being one-third cash and the balance in four equal annual payments, with 8 per cent, interest. forty acres has a road on two sides of it. The land will be sold in ten, twenty or forty-acre tracts, and the first comer will have the choice. Price, $35 per acre and upward. A complete abstract of title in office. A separate certificate given with each deed. Address the proprietors, H. H. BOYCE, Box 1316, or C. J. RICHARDS, Box 1450, Los Angeles. McCOYE & CXJSHMAISr. 23 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, or WRIGHT & BARTLEY, 115 W. First St., Los ADgeles. mr22-lm FIVE-ACRE TRACTS. BY DIRECTION OF Mr. C. F. Bragg, the Purchaser, WE HAVE SUBDIVIDED ISO ACRES OF THE ABOVE TRACT INTO Twenty-Four Five-Acre Tracts, and Offer Them at $150 Per Acre. one third cash, and balance on reasonable time. This is the choicest land of the whole MCDONALD Tract. McCOYE & CUSHMAN, m 27 23 North Spring Street.