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DAILY HEBALD.
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•rents, especially solicited.
Bemlttanees should be made by draft.
•Bank. Postofflce order or postal note. The
latter should be sent for all sums less than
It* dollars.
job Pmtimire Dbfabtmbnt Owing to onr
■really Increased facilities, we are pre
aared to execute all kinds of Job work In a
■aparlor manner. Special attention will
•effren to commercial and legal printing,
aad aU orders will be promptly filled at
publication, 7B North Spring
•tr***. Lea Angeles. Telephone No. 156.
"The Illustrates Herald"
This publication, by far the most superior
member yet Issued, is ready for delivery,
aad can be purebased or all newsdealers
•ad at tbe Hitralrecounting Rooms.
The Law on Trial.
The. Inter-State Commerce law has
tone into effect, and is now oft trial.
It is too early yet to speak with assur
ance of the practical effect the law will
bave upon the commerce of the coun
try aa an entirety; yet it cannot be
denied that people living at competi
tive points already feel that the law
will work greatly to their disadvan
tage. The schedule of rates adopted
by the companies between terminal
points at the East and here bas added
■naterjally to the cost of freight; so
that the inauguration of the new law
is accompanied by an increase in the
cost of goods of every description
imported from the East. In Los An
geles many of tbe merchants at once
marked up their goods from 10 to 15
per cent., and some as high as twenty
per cent. We will give oneexampje:
Carpets that before sold for f 1.35 per
yard are raised to $1.50. Stoves,
hardware, furniture,paper,etc., have
all been marked up from 15 to 20 per
cent. We cannot say that this great
advance is justified by the increase in
the freight tariff. If, however, it is
not, it will soon rectify itself, for com
petition in trade will speedily bring
prices down to the exact differ
ence that the increased railroad
tariff has created. But the main
principle of the Inter-State Com
merce law will necessarily compel a
higher range of prices upon goods im
ported from the East to competitive
points in California than ruled here
tofore. This is inevitable from the
fact that the companies are interdict
ed from charging more for a short
haul than a long haul. This at once
wipes out the advantages possessed
by competitive points, and places
Tucson upon an equal footing with
Los Angeles, atjd lieno in as advan
tageous a situation as San Francisco.
One result will flow from this ignor
ing of the natural advantages of Los
Angeles and San Francisco. It will
cause the merchants of those cities to
resort to their natural advantages,
aud instead of bringing any but the
lightest and costliest goods by rail,
they will import the great bulk of their
heavy merchandise by sea, either
via Cape Horn or the Isthmus. What
will the railroads do in the end, when
commerce to a very great extent re
tarns to its old channels? The law
will not permit them to lower their
rates in favor of the competitive
points, and yet they must earn
enough to keep up their roads and
make them pay. Hence t«e tendency
will' inevitably be to advance rates
upon all goods that must necessarily
have dispatch, and upon all
classes of freights tbat are
perishable. Tbis policy is one
which the Inter-State Commerce law
may force upon the railroads, and
tbe effect of it would be incalculably
injurious to California. We can see
a small speck of good that the law
might work out in the distant future.
If it result in tariffs so high that ar
ticles of necessity cannot be imported
from the Atlantic without being
greatly enhanced in value, then we
shall be thrown upon our own re
sources and forced to become a manu
facturing State. Our deciduous fruits
will be canned, our oranges will be
made into preserves or expressed and
distilled into liqueurs, and our grapes
turned altogether into raisins and
wines. But we do not pretend to
say that the railroad tariffs will be,
of necessity, so greatly increased as
to cause an industrial revolution.
With the law or without the law, the
railroads will have to compete with
thu ocean highway, for as soon as
they feel the injurious effect ■ f this
competition they will be compelled
to flatten down their rates to hold
the traffic of competitive points.
The tide of travel to the Yosemite
this year will surpass all previous ex
periences in that line. The agent at
San Francisco, Mr. Sam Miller, re
ports the movement as both unprece
dentedly early and large. There are
several causes for tbis. The first is
that the tremendous snowfall on the
Sierras, accompanied by warm, melt
ing weather, bas made the falls a
spectacle of unusual splendor thus
early in tbe season. Tbe second
cause is that the absurd small-pox
scare which prevailed in Los Angeles
some weeks ago scattered immense
numbers of tourists all over the State.
Still another cause is the burning of
the Hotel Del Monte, which has put
prematurely on their circuit the large
numbers of wealthy people who oth
erwise would bave lingered there un
til late in May. A further cause of
tbe early and expanded volume of
tbe travel to the Yosemite is to be
fo md in the greatly enhanced con
veniences for making the trip. The
old hardships have been reduced to a
minimum, and the enjoyment of these
sublime spectacles of nature is no
longer handicapped by the old fatigu
ing methods of travel.
Any one looking in at the door of the ex
position building on Fifth street might well
exclaim at the bustle within. Two days of
the busy preparations have come and gone.
Ladles alntost hidden behind work aprons,
with the ever needed scissors fastened to
their sides, have passed through the various
stages of applicants, asking, waiting, grow
ing impatient, accepting work assigned
them auu struggling with lt until their at
tention is fixed, t* elr enthusiasm aroused,
their ardor fired to a degree that now t
blanket of criticism or remonstrance from
tbe neglected "man" at home can ex
tingulsh or cool down, before the treasury
shall have received the laEtceutof proceed,
from ,he fair, and the report shall have been
given in.
Among the energetic workers are those
whose faces were made familiar in last
year's week of work; and parties who had
not met since the last timber of the Taber
nacle was absorbed Into a hotel, greeted
each other as old friends when they met at
tbe new exposition building for another
three weeks of self-sacrifice.
A good cause cements friendship, even
where time, space aud circumstance sep
arate friends.
Rev. Mr. Colburn, the master of arrange
ments, and Mrs. R. M. Wldney, the Presi
dent, are the leaders of the forces. All the
managers of the society fall Into line under
their command. Mr-. Herrlott and Mrs.
Johnson, managers of the reception and
dlnlug-rooms: Mrs. howes and Miss Mclel
lan on the supply booth; Mrs. Day on the
special rose booth; Mrs. Brown on the State
cuilosity booth, etc., etc. All are using their
every endeavor to be np to time with their
preparations. Mrs. Charles Prager, who
made such a grand success of tbe refresh
ing decorated Ice cream booth last year,
la to be in charge of the same booth tnls
year. Sbe has been fortunate In securing
tbe same faithful treasurer, Madame Pee
bles, who served with her then.
The new townalte, Hyde Park, calculated
to make a midway towu oceanward be
tween Los Angeles and Ballona harbor, has
grown rapidly Into popular favor. Not one
who visits the place but comes away
charmed with Its location, its smooth land
and its grand scenery. In this connection
Mr. Wicks and others have made a happy
selection. The sales of lota and acreage
have been highly gratifying, though scarce
ly ten weeks have elapsed since the stakes
were drlveu. The outlying acreage has of
late been especially holding tbe attention
of buyers, and lt must be admitted tbat no
where around Los Aneelss can there be
found a finer body of land, nor richer.
Gne. Schade.
The California Coffee and Lunch House
at N •. 89 North Malo street has always en
joyed the reputation of having oue of tbe
leading coffee and lunch houses In Los An
geles. Gua. Is a jolly g.ioe fellow who Is al
ways catering to the wishes of his numerous
customers and has always something to
tlokle their palate and tempt their appetite
Qus. has secured two large turtles, weigh
ing 160 pounds each, and to-day and Sunduy
hls customers and patrons will be favored
with some line greeu turtle soup and turtle
steaks,
Howes Tract.
The sixth installment Is now dueandoav
mont is requested, as the division of the
property takes place on Saturday.
»• w - Stronsr, JB. P. MavcKe.n, M.
(1. SlcKoon.
McKoon St Btrong, houses, lots, acres,
farms, vineyard; orange groves, ranches
8100k 7 116 W, * lr,t 8t - Nadeau
Ghirardelll's eoluable cocoa la fresher!
stronger and superior to any imported;
The fact has long been appreciated
by discerning residents of Los An
geles that oar foothill region is neces
sarily a very restricted one,and that it
must come in time to be in very great
demand, and will be held at very
high figures. The region of country
in ihe United States where the or
ange, the lime, lemon and pomegran
ate can be grown at a commercial
profit is very resti icted in area, and
■till more circumscribed is that ex
panse of country under the stars and
stripes , where the distinctive sub
tropical fruits can be grown in a cli
mate which is not surpassed in the
world for salubrity, and which by
common consent of traveled people
ia far in advance of that of Nice and
HERALD
"Want*," "Personals," and other adver
tisement* neder the following heads In
•erted at tne rate of 6 ocnts per line for
—a In—rtlon.
WAHTED-HElf.
ANTED—AN ACTIVE. INTELLIGENT
lady who desires to mak* some
money, lor work among her sex. x,
Herald offlee.
WANTED— MEN HAVING TEAMS AND
wanting woik breaking several hun
dred acresof land, csn procureemploymer,t
hv—!Hr.g«t mcm 20, T>r,wn"V h'ooV
WAftinlJ —A t*o*»u tl-.lt!. IU t't> I P
beds, elc; without husband; '20 Wil
mington street; spply immediately.
WANTED-COAT MAKERS: STEAI > V
W work, at M. & P. SHORT, 181 South
Spring street jgfj
WANTED-GOOO DRESSMAKER Sr.W
W ing girls aud apprentices, 380 Aliso
avenue. B»vle Height*. si 5j
ANI'MJ-A GlttL TO COOK FOR
small family. Good wages. Refer
ences required. Apply to J. A. AG! >B>*i
No. 12 "nnr- .tr—t. "31"
WuNIEU — IJK.MB full IiRADLNO. Al"
-ply to E. C. IU" KLIN GAME, No. 8.
Beaudrv avenue. ml9lm
mWO' APPRENTICES TO LEARN MIL-
I linery; also, two makers wanted. Ap
ply at MRS. DELKR, 22 West First street,
L"s Ange'es, Cal. m 9 tl
SITIIATIOWsT~W AIvTFP.
WANTED— A SITUATION BY YOUNG
(French) lady in a dre-smaklngestab
llsbmeDt. Had some experience. Apply
Si Allsostreet. »r2 lw
WANTKIS-MIKCIiLLA N KOU S.
-A NTE D-T»0 HOUBE KEEPING
robms, unfurnished: for man end
Wife: mud be centrally located. Address
FRANK. HENRY, Bijou Lodging House.Los
Angeles street. apr-lt
AN I ED—HOUSE 7 OU s ROOMS Vt 1 II
modern conveniences In good location:
must be first class iv every particular.
TREUTLEN & DRONILLAKD. 116 W First
street. ap6tf_
WANTED—HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
V> empty beer hott'ex lv any quantities.
9TEINIKE A BRINING, 322 North Alame
da street. "
TXfANTED— TO EXCHANGE TOWN LOT
W for good ho-se and buggy or team of,
horses. l». B. SHORT, No. 8 8. Spring st.
■ mv6tf
fUK BK»»T—BOOMS.
O RENT—A FRONT ROOM NICELY
furulsbed; suitable for one or two gen
men: rent reasonable. Inquire at 19 Rfgent
street. ? 5 ' 2t .
FOR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED
rooms with closet and pantry snd sink,
close in, only 110, with water. Also, house
01 four roorrs, hard finished, $20, with
water. Inquire at 60 Rosas street, near
Bellevue avenue. aps 2t
TO LET—TWO NICELY FURMSHED
housekeeping rooms, 424 Bouth Seventh
atreet, corner Grand avenue. Price $16
- at
L>OK KENT-A CuMKOhTABLE AND
I? convenient room to a responsible party
who will do Janitor work of n office in lieu
of rent. Enquire at No. 19 N. Spring street.
apr:Mw
FOR RENT - TWO INFURNISHED
rooms, bath and pantty. (8 a month;
furnished room 15. V* Snath Hill street.
ar27t
EfOR RENT—. WO tURNIoHKU FKON I'
" rooms with bath aud closet, in p lvate
family. No. 7N. Olive ai'2tf
•fO L T—NEWLY FUttMSHIiD RuOMS,
1 with use ol kitchen room; 20 Downey
Block. si tf
Qlli S. MA IN—NICELY FURMIHEu
010 rooms with board at the New Deni
sou ai reasonable rates. spr l-?t _
F~ OR RENT—NICE ROOM ON BUNKER
Hill. G. W. BUttTON, 106 Noith Spring
Btreet, Temple Block nUltf
TWO NICELY FURMSHED ROOMS TO
let with board BQ7 lemplest, m2B tf
I7IURNISHKD ROOMS IN THE NEW AND
r elegant house, No. 500 Fort sireet, corner
Sixth. _m9tf
THE LANKER9HIM, STRICTLY FlRBT
clsss apartment bouse; 'In' , Spring st.,
near Third, elegant large sunny rooms en
suite or single, furuisned or unfurnished.
ml3-lo
4).« A SOUTH FORT STREET—ST. HELK
—— v na House. Sunny rooms neatly
furnished: first cla»s location. in tit f
FOB KKKT-VIH'HI.I.A^KOUS.
O LEI—STORAGE BY THE MONTH,
Apply to GEORGE W. MEADE & CO.
-6-6t
LVfoKES TO KEN T—ON M >IN IKEfcT
O Apuly to MASK G. JoNHS, offices 1 and
2 Jones' Block. 75 N. Spring 8 . sG-tf
IjlOli R NT-OrFIOH, 212 N. MAIN
T great E RKID. m3l-tl
IfUH RE.VT —ON APRIL IST, SMALL
-T store opposite Welli, Fargo ,t Co. Call
at No 3 Arcadii strce'. mRO tf
'OR REN.—AT FROM $3 iO~iio PER
year; safe deposit boxes in absolutely
fire and burglar proof chrome steel vault.
Inspection invited. THE CHILDRESS
SAFE DEPOSIT BANK, 87 South Spring st.
Mentone, or any portion of the Ri
viera, or of the Mediterranean coast
of Africa. In view of these facts it
is not at all surprising that at Pasa
dena, the San Gabriel and at Mon
rovia iuch miracles ol enhancement
of real estate values should have
been witnessed. The same peculiar
and exceptfonal increase in values
will, to a certain txteut, characterize
the whole region of country to and
inclusive of the San Bernardino val
ley and its tributaries. There is no
thing exaggerated about it. It is not
a "boom." ltis a legitimate growth,
founded upon special conditions,
which would' produce the Bame re
sults anywhere in the United States
under similar circumstances. It is
precisely because the circumstances
are unique tbat tbe phenomenal en
hancements, which have really only
begun their upward career, are re
ported from all these richly-endowed
foothill lands, which are consecrated
at once by an unparalleled fertility
and an unapproached climate.
The San Francisco Evening Post
which, of all the San Francisco dai
lies, has always been the fairest
towards Los Angeles, has at last made
up its mind that this is to be a dry
year in California. That this is the
case as to all of this commonwealth t
except Southern California we think
very likely. Los Angeles will be a
notable exception to this experience.
But the Post has discovered some
thing which shows progress. It says
in its issue of Monday: "On the whole
"it looks like a dry year, but fortun
"ately that name is no longer fraught
"with the terrors it once bore. Cali
"fornia is not dependent upon a single
"crop, sown on the cbances of a
"favorable season. We shall still
"have our oranges, and apricots and
"figs; we shall cure raisins and ptess
"wine whatever the clouds may see
"fit to do. Irrigation is putting our
"deserts on a level with the moist
"valleys of the coast. Now that the
"State has adopted the policy of
"making use of its natural advan
"tages, a dry year can be nothing
"worse than an inconvenience." In
other words, our contemporary as
much as says that Southern Califor
nia, with her oranges, raisins, figs and
brandies, will save the State in this
year of grace 1887.
t'OK RGKT-HniKCS.
T~ O LEI—HkUsE O? 4 ROOMS, WI i H 6
acres; 110 per month. Apply to Cha«.
V. Ball, room 5, 41 South Spring streit, he
tween 9 snd 12 a. m. aprs-Imo
FOX BENT—NEW TEN-BOOM HOUSE,
on Tnompsou street, in Ellin tract (uear
Adams and Figueroa street.) Cement side
walks Irom street cars to house. Will rent
for six or twelve months*a' S4S per m ->nth.
BRODTBECK & PENNEY,
apr 3 lw N '. 17 N. Spring street.
I'OB HAIiE — Country Property
FOR HALE-160 ACRES OF LAND ALSO
Forest Dairy, containing cows, horses,
wagous, route and cans, etc. Inquire at
GREEN ME ADOW' 1 mile west of school
bouse, or address P. O. Box 741. m23-6m
riwitwiriAi..
HONEY TO LOAN ON MORTG i GE —MOR-
iIL TIMER & HARRIS, Attorneys at Law,
7s Temple Block. tf
IijOXA AAA T0 LOAN—LOWEST IN
ty£o\J.\)\)\J tercet. Apply direct. A.J.
VTKLE, rom 23 Schumacher Block. m.SOtf
MONEY TO LOAA ON REAL ESTATE
in am unts to suit. BRODTBECK St
PENNEY. No 19N Spring at. 'ehli tf
LOST ANI> FOtlNli.
EST RAY—TAKEN UP BY UNDER
signed, one mile north of Alhambra,
California, on tbe 2d day of April, 1887, two
chestnut sorrel horses. One VM hands
high, supposed to be 11 years old: the other
16K hands high, four white feet and white
stripe In forehead, supposed to be 9 years
old. Owner by proving property and pav
ing charges can have same. J. C. .i AL
LACK. Alhambra. af> tf
«-| i\ KEWAKD — LOST — A bOKKEL
flu h'Tse colt, 10 months old; black
maue snd tall and one white spot on fore
head. Return to No. 9, Aliso street. A. C.
SMITH aft-st
ST XKAYED—CORRALLED AT THE COR
ner of South Johnson St Mottrt streets
one bay colt 1 year old. The owner can
have property by proving and paying for
this silver luement. tf.
I osr—a Lady's bXIUI jacket, wixh
a- 1 tag ol Newman, the Tailor, on inside,
coming from the Marlborough to tbe post
offlce yesterday afternoon. Liberal reward
by returning to No. 10, Downey block.
apM 8t
IjWND-A S.'LVEtt WATCH; OWNIK
can have the same by proving properly
and paying charges at Live and Let Live
Market, corner Second and Main streets.
M lw
IHKB'rilMt.H.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT 80
-clety.-There will be a meeting of
the German Ladies' Benevolent Society at
Turnverelu Hall TODAY; Wednesday, April
6 h) at 2 o'clock. All members are earnestly
requested to he present
MRS. JOHN MILNER, President.
Mrs H. Mkhz, Secretary. ap6-lt
Warn NOTICE OF DIVISION OF THE
Howes Tract. Subscribers to the
Howes tract are notified to attend a division
of the property on Saturday, April 9,1887.
at 11 a. m., In Turnvereln Hall, 137 South
Spr'rg street, Loa Angeles, Cal.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAND CO..
m3otd 244 N. Main St., Baker Block.
OF CHOSEN FKIB.NDS.—
•r-"' Guardian Council. No. 90, meets in
rythlsn Castle Hall, 24 South Springatreet,
the first and third TUESDAY EVENINGS
each mouth. Visiting friends cordially in
vited. J. H. MARSHALL, C. C.
mr29-3m
EDIJCATIOHAL.
OMMERCIAL night school —in-
struction will be given at most reason
able terms in bookkeeping aud 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 ,
Principals. tf
The Flower Festival society.
BARSAINa llf BEAL ESTATE.
At A X A WILL BUY A SECTION OF LAND,
3SOOU soil very rich, aandy loam; rail
■ nad runs through theseotion. Room 20,
Downey blook. "
LIOR BEST BARGAINS IN REAL.ESTATE
T seeG. W. BURTON, 106 North Spring
street. Temple Blook. msitf
FOR SALE-VENTURA COUNTY LANDS.
Largo and small tracts and town lots.
Full Information given to those desiring
Pleasant homes. Good soil and climate.
R. C CARLSON, 28 N. Spring st. in'B-lm
E'OR BALE—FINEST QUARTER SECTION
in Autelope Valley; also a barsMiuina
splendid large lot and house in the city. At
Tnrnvpreln Hall. S ■ th Boring St. mil tl
PARCELS. AGUIKRE & CO , HAVE FOX
sale, atapeclal bargains, lots In the Fltz
gerald tract, on Ninth street, at 10 to 80 per
centless than surrouudlng broperiy, lor a
few days only: also long Ifit of city and
oountry property at low rates. 12 Court
street. mll-tf
FH)R HALE—BY RUDDY, BURNS &
Smith, eight acres, finely improved,
three fourths mile west of city limits, In
the Cahuenga district; 17500.
Ten aores southwest of Agricultural Park;
♦10,000.
Seventy-five acres of oil land near New
hall'; $750. „ , ,
Oue-half aore on Adams street, finely im
proved, with five-room house: ?3300.
Thirty acres ou Temple street, Just out
side of the city limits; $00 per acre.
Twenty acres ou AlsmLda, all lv full
bearing orange orchard and vineyard;
$20,000.
A fine orange orclurd of twenty-four
acres on Lemon strett: JiOOO per acre.
Several fine lots in the Bonnie Brae tract.
Lands iv Antelope valley at $6 to 810 per
Building lots in all parts of the city at
prices to suit all.
ResldeLces iv all parts of the city.
The most of the property ou our books
can be had on easy terms.
The above is selected from a very large
list ol property which wo have on our books
lor sac. Reasonable terms csn be had on
most of our properly. febattf
ll'OK SALE IN TRACTS to bL'li, ♦00 PER
AJ acre; 16 miles from Los Auge es, near
ocean. WALTERS & TUBBB, Pico House.
lant-tf
In arms Amu town llms—farms of
1 all sizes, from five to sixteen hundred
acres of land for sale; one of 800 acres a spe
cial bargaiu; also town lots in the Iron Sul
phur Springe Tract. New life in and near
: this family resort, incident .o the comlug of
the railroads. The best of nstural minernl
waters and baths. C. T. WIDNEY & CO.,
Fulton Wells P. O. Cal. no2l-if
BIIXINKSStHIAWCES.
FOX SAI.E—A CiIMKAJ. MEnCIIANDISE
business. Good business. Situated lv
one of the richest localitiea in Santa Ana
valley. For particulars inquire at ihe Her
ald office. apr3-!4t
H*VE CASH APPI.IOAN 13 FOX A PAY-
Ing businoss. A. J. VIELE, room 23,
Schumacher Blnekv aS-lw
KAKE CHANCE— liooii, PA 1 ING
store business for sale. Apply to J. B.
HOl.l OWAY, 49 Temple B!osk,Los Angeles,
for particulars. m 2» 2w
ARTNS.K WAN lE./, TO JOIN THE AU
vertiscr, with a fewhuntlrcd or a thous
and dollars, !n a first-class paying business;
fullest investigation solicited and referen
ces given; no previous experience necessa
ry, Address MERCHANT, P. O Box 1194,
Los Angela", Cal. febl7-3moB
PARTNERSHIP WANTED—A GENTLE
man of exp?rience, with $1000 to $1500 at
command, wishes to join In partnership
with a paying concern, where his time and
money can be utilized. Address BONA
FIDE, care room 3, No. 28 N. Spring street
Los Angeles. Ual fehl7-3mos
MISCIiLLAWF.OIJS.
FRED'K. PUKSSORD—PROFESSIONAL
nune, 43 Frauklln street, city. a3-lm
1710R ELEGANT EASTER CARDS GO TO
! Olmsted & Wales', 17 W. First street.
ap -7t
MJ. DANISON <i CO., NEXT EXCUR
. slon, via Salt Lske, April 7th and 31
St. May 5. 1887. Office N. Spring St. Apl-ltn
WILL TAKE HORSE AND ON
part payment on lots. BANDHOLT &
CO.. 230 North Main street. m2O tf
DO Yl U WANT A HOUSE BUILT?
Go to Kronuick's.
Do yon waut store fixtures?
Goto Kronnick's.
Do you want effice fixtures?
Go to Kronnick's.
Do you want screen doors and window
screens?
Oo to Kronnick's.
Do you want ladders or step-ladders?
Go to Kronnick's.
Do you want jobbing or repairing done
by competent workmen?
Go to Kronnick's.
~ 8. C. Kronnick,
130 South Spring street.
Telephone 521. ml6lm
VJOTICETO PEOPLE REMOVING FROM
j.\ tbe city—Highest cash price paid for
all kinds of furniture pianos, organa. All
communications strictly confidential. Ap
ply MERCHANT, 222 Downey avenue.
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FOX SA I.E.
FOR SALE—A FIRBT-CLASS RESTAl'
rant, doing a good business. Satisiactor/
reasons for selling. Apply immediate y al
the CHiCAGO RESTAURANT, 126 S. Spring
street. a6_6t
MUST BE SOLD BEFORE APRIL 15, '67?
Lot 32 in ■ Ick Tract, 20 acres; one of
tbe most beautiful and centrally located
pieces; fine ocean view. Price, 1400 per
acre; also lot 51, 20 acres very choice, at
1325 peracre. BRADSHAW & 7.ELLNER.S3
S. Spring,St„ room 23. a6lot
FOR SALE—A THOROUGHLY EQUIP
ped restaurant; centrally located. For
particulars addreß* A. B. at posto**ce. apfttf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE — FURNI
lure of a 9 room house; well located
tormenting rooms; will take cheap lot In
part pay; house can be rented cheap on
long lease. CARR & COOK, 12Court street
»to 12 a. m. a-6tf
FOR SALE—UHCKBMITH AND WAGON
shop, in Yolo county; doing a good
business, over $7000 p t r year. For particu
lars call at this office, aO-7t
FOX SAI E—THE PRETTIEST AND MOST
complete confectionery store in Los
Angeles. Choice location and good trade.
Price, S«>o. Apply to BR • DSHAW & ZELL
NER, 33 South Spring street, room 23.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE—FOR CITY OR
country property—Fixtures and stock of
a well-established dry-goods, boots, shoes,
hats aud not'ons store, with four living
rooms at a very low rent. Send address for
an interview to "Y. X. Z.," P. 0„ Los Ange
les. ap3-7t
FOR LEASE—GRANITE QUARRY, CON
venient to both Los Angeles aud San
Diego; stone excellent and unlimited; clo-e
to railroad; fine water power; tents, tools,
blacksmith shop and cookhoune. A rare
cbance. Address lock box 116, San Diego.
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FOR SALK—A FIRST-CLASS SALOON
and lodging-house iv tbe cpuntry,
clearing from 18 to SiOdaily. This la a bar
gain. Apply at once. Address O. W., tnis
offloe. sp2 6t
LODGING HOU9E FOR BALE FOR CABH
only: full of roomers, No. 20 Wilming
ton street, off First. Apl 2w
FRESH JERSEY COWS FROM S6O CP
wards, kind and gentle. WILLIAM
NILES, E. Washington, near Main street
cars. mSO-lm
THOROUGHBRED HOLSTEIN BULLS,
also choice milch cows. Address J. E.
DUBKEE, Bonita Meadows, Bsnta Monica
Road. m! 9 fim
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES FOR
sale cheap. FOUNTAIN SALOON, 22
North Spring street. mlft-lm
FOR SALE —THE LEASE, FURNITURE
and business of the most elegant and
conveniently situated rooming-house in Los
Angele*, and clearing profit of between $200
and 1300 per month. Reasons for selling
strictly personal. For particulars address
"M. B,"postofficeßox 374. m! 3 lm
WASHINGTON GARDENS.
OSTRICH 1" Alt .Tl .
BIRDS NOW ON VIEW !-■*»
Admission, 85 l enti.
Take the Main-street car-, which atop at
the gate. CAWBTON A FOX, Lessees.
CASH PRICES ! CASH PRICES
WE LEAD I
Let Those: Who Cam Follow.
I/ook at These for Low Prices
KENTON'S
New Grocery, 181 S. Spring St.
Crown Flour worth tl 45 at $1 85
Capitol Flour " 185 at 125
lbs Granulated Sugar.. " 110 at 100
20 bars Babbit's 8o"p " 125 at 1 (.0
6 cans Ass'ted Table Fruit.. " 150 at 126
0 cans Ass'ted Pie Fruit...." 126 at W
6lb box Duryea's Stirob.... " 70 at 65
Ilb Choice Tea " fl at 60
llb Choice Tea " M tt f 9
Ilb Choice Tea " .50 at 40
O gallon cans Tomatoes.... " 276 at is»
6 gallon cans Ass. Pie Fruits" 260 at 226
lfb mixed Nuts " 25 at 15
WE ALSO HAVE A FULLL LINK OF
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES,
CHOICE CONFECTIONERY,
Cioabb and Tobacco, Fini Txa,
Pure Dotf eeand splcee ttSpeclsUty
AT
LOWEST POSSIBLE PHIOES.
GEO. D. KENTON,
161 Bonth Bprlna* St., Loa Angeles.
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Ij>Oß SALE—AT MCCARTHY'S CALIFOR
nia Land Office, 28 West First street
Los Angeles, and Colorado street, Pasadena
Houses, lota, acreage and business proper
ties for speculators. Call. mB-lm-
H«»AM»» /IWP I.tHMIIKB.
OOMB AND BOARTi-TOURISTS CAN
be accommodated during tne summer
moutbs, by the day or week, at a first-class
private boarding house. 923 Hyde street,
cor. pine and San Francisco.
«pr4 lm MRS. E. .r PUODART.
OARD AND ROOMS IN THE NEW AND
elegant house No. 606 Fort street, corner
Sixth. m2i-t|
SELLKVDa TERRACE, FORMERLY
>i*atl»Vllla, 489 Pearl street. Los Arge
,OaL The finest location In the city;
take Sixth street cars. "Bellevue Terrace"
consists of three buildings, all connected
by front porch, and contains 140 as desirable
rooms as oan be found In Southern Califor
nia Board and room »s.OO and 12.50 per
fSfj . Liberal arrangements made with per
sons desiring rooms and board by the month
?J M». DaNTKL PIOKIT,
Mrs. KATIE E. PICKIT. Proprietors attti
HRB. PakICBR—INBEfMiMDIItt'I' blatk
writer and teat medium. Gives lull
nameeoi spirit friends. Consults lons on
business speculations, mineral, lawsuits,
removsls, love, marriage, absent friends
diseases, eto. Developing olass Thursdays
sr. m.,m South Spring street, room 8.9 a.
m. to ft p m ma im
MRS. M MARSHALL, 'IEACHEtt AND
practitioner of Metaphysical Sclenot
or Christian Ueallnr, room U. Foster Block,
Main street, as
PROFESSOR J. TBCIIANK, CLAIRVOY
ant. Fortune-teller, 32! i South Spring
street, L"» AngMes, " hI m! 3 lm
(111 HAI'S 'ITCRff OFFIi/'a ~UitD«.K SI
j Charles Hotel. R. R. Tickets nought
s'dd and exchanged. Members of the Amer
ican Ticket Brokers' Association. R J.
PRYKE A CO.. 21 •> North Main street. m.Mf
$~"c~VVuKTH FREE. SUPERB DEVELOr
ment of lorm and limbs, a pure, lovely
complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect
health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air
Fumps. Book on "Physical Culture" free.
|R. L. C. HARMON, 818 Halght street, San
yranpl°po,<:al no'T. lv
FO|* SALE—Clt|r_ fropeny.
FOR BALE—3BO FEET FRONT ON
south side of Pico street by 180 feet on
ttsntce aud 180 feot on Loa Ange es street
tor »9600. Apply to W. P. McINTOSH, 122 N
Spring street. ap2 lw
IjToR SALE— 2 ELEUAisi LOIB FOX
I' sale on the Installment pi n, only one
block from Temple street and only seven
lnutes ride on the cable road from Spriug
street. Apply to W. P. McINTOSH. 122 NT
Spring street. ap2 lw
FOR SALE—CHOICE LOTS ON BOYLE
Heights for 5250 each. ROCHESTER A
LAYTON, 9 Commercial street. m3o_
TTIOR SALE — TWO LARGE LOTS ON
I Grand avenue, only $2300. Come and
see this if you want a ba v gain. Also, fine
lot between Main street and Grand avenue:
will take good horse as part pay. MILLER
& HERKIOTT, 2W N. Mtin st_ ro27tf
TWO CHOICE 1 OTSIN ELECTRIC HOME
stead tract, big discount: also one large
cooking stove very cheap, at 210V4 South
Bnrlng street. m9-lm
EfOR SALE—THE LARGEST AND BEST
1 lot in the city for the money, between
M tin street and Grand avenue, cohered with
fine fruit trees. Price only 1000. Terms
easy. Come at once, for this is a bargain.
2fij North Main street. m2O-tf
FOR SALE—II6xI79 on Grand avenue
cheap. McCOYE & CUSHMAN. 23 N.
Hpriug street. _m tf
T.IOR SALE—CHOICE LOT IN THE
J Childs tract, o'i electric railroad line.
McCOYE & CUSHMAN, 23 N. Spring stieet.
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FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL LOT HILL
stroet near Eleven h. cbeap. McCOYE
A CUSHMAN, 23 W. Spring street. m2tf
UK ST I Hi's.
ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING
street, rooms 4 and 6.
Gold fillings from $3 up.
Amalgam and silver fillings, tl.
Painless Extraction of Teeth by vitalized
air or nitrous oxide gas, 11.
Teeth extracted without gas or air, > .50.
Best sets of teeth from $» to tlO, By our
method of making; teeth a misfit Is impossi
ble.
We make especialty of extracting teeth
without pain.
Office hours from BA. m. to 6r. if. Sun
days from 10 a. h. to 12 m. d 7 tf
AMI BJ3MENTS.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
Main street, bet. First and Second.
H. C. WYATT Manager
Return of the Great Favorites,
: W. T. CARLETON'S OPERA COMPANY :
+ +
One Week and Two Matinees,
Commencing- iMonday, April 4th.
REPERTOIRE.
Wednesday Matinee Nanon
Wednesday Night Erminie
Thursday Mikado
Fridsy Drum Major's Dauouteb
Saturday Matinee.Drum Major's Daughter
Saturday Night Mikado
Scale of Prices.—Dress Circle and Par
quet (reserved), $1 50; admission, *t. Bal
cony (reserved), 75c; admission, 60c. Private
Boxes (holding six persons), 112.
CaT" Special scenery, painted by Wil
keus, will be used in tbe Mikado, with tbe
original effects. Seats on sale on and after
Thursdsy, March 31st. mr3o
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
Main street, bet. First and Second.
H. C. WYATT Manager
One Week. Commencing Easter
Monday April 11 th,
ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY !
Engagement of tjie Popular Favorites,
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JOSEPH it. fciUlKinEß
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—AND—
PHOEBE DAVIES,
Supported by a Carefully Selected Company
IN THE FOLLOWINO BEPERTOIRE I
Monday Called Back
~„ ~,,„ „„j (The Field of Honor,
Tuesday and Friday | * RuTH , s Uevotlon '
Wednesday The Wages of Sin
Thursday Monte Cristo
Saturday A Hoop of Golo
CsaT**Prices of Adml«slon—Parquet and
Dress Circle, $1: Balcony, 50c. No extra
charge for reserved seats. Sale of seats
commences Thursday at 10 A. tf. ap6-llt
\ BAKGAINS!
' 55SHS - S orner ! ot ' 62^ 6 ? ,0 . n Washington st. •GOO eaoh-Tho beat lots Iv tbe City Center
MOOO—Sumo el»e, adjoining. Tract.
*'» ch —Fine lotß on Boutallo aye. 03700— Lot COxlf 5, on west side Hill st.
j .TSOO-Largeh* on Olivo st. This is a » 1800 -Cor. lot on Grand aye.. clean side.
. «1200-Lot cor.Beacon and Ninth sts. •1680—Fine lot adlolning the above.
■MW each—Six fine lots adjoining ou Bea- 1117 60 Each—Big lots on Hope st.
• const. ... . ~. •ISOO-102Ieet?ront on Ninth st.
■ S4oOO-Corner Adams and Figueroa, lOC- MOOO— Bargain on Washington St., 105x176
loot front. on the corner,
' I »II,UOO-Best alfalfa ranch In tho county
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kV>V~ Besides tbe above I have the remaining lots In the Ellis Tract, which are every
one of them choice for building speculation. I am selling the cheapest tract of lota on
t the east side of the river lor j«O0 to $850 per lot; 1100 down, balance $i 0 per month. I
• have a few fine houses and Improved places which will suit you for homes. My specialty
has always been fine acre property and tracta for subdivision, and I have the best In
1 the city.
M. G- WILLARD,
No. 3»H North Spring Street I,as Anrelei, Ostl.
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One Hundred Farms!
OF
40 ACRES EACH, FOR SALE,
Being a Choice Body of Level Land, Consisting of
4200-BROAD ACRES-4200
All Under 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 i-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.
J3sT"IT WILL BE SOLD ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS
being one-third cash and the balance in four equal annual payments, with 8
per cent, interest. 0
gjtWEach forty acres has a road on two sides of it. The land will bo
said 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 & CTJSHMAISr.
23 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, or
WRIGHT & BART LEY, 115 W. First St., Los Angeles.
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FIVE-ACRE TRACTS.
BY DIRECTION OF
Mr. C. F. Bragg, the Purchaser,
WE HAVE SUBDIVIDED ISO ACRES OF THB ABOVE TRACT INTO
Twenty-Four Five-Acre Tracts, and Offer Them at $150 Per Acre.
One third cash, and balance on reasonable time. This ia tbe choicest land of the
whole McDONALtI Tract.
McCOYE & CUSHMAN,
m2T S3 North Sprlusj Street.
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1887 SPRING i SUMMER 1887
CLOTHING
AT
E. ADAM'S the One-Price Clo thing House
STYLISH AND PERFECT-FITTINQ CLOTHINO can be bo« K M at LOWEST
PRICE:). We offer the following special inducements:
125 BUSINESS SUITS AT . .| lO 00
Worth $15.
IMPORTED CHEVIOT SUITS AT. ..... 12 60
Worth $i».
75 ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE SUITS AT.. *1250
Worth 120.
OUR FINE LINE OF
IMPORTED DIAGONALS CASSIMERES AND CORKSCREWS
Are Equal to Xallor-.Tlade Uarmenta.
We Have Them in SACKS and FROCKS at BEDROCK PRICES.
STRAW HATS AT 28Cts. AND UPWARDS.
Tola ia Undoubtedly one of tne
Greatest Bargain Sales.
BE SURE TO CALL.
E. ADAM,
No. 15 South Spring Street, Los Armeies. Cal.
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ZMI. C 3-. "WILLARD
(BUCCEBaOR TO ALBEE & WILLARD.)

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