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We have received another large installment of the Illustrated Her ald, and orders for this matchless presentation of the resources and attractions of our section will be now filled as soon as sent in. Saspension of the Fourth Section. The Inter-State Commissioners having suspended the operation ot the 4th section of the law, relating to long and short hauls, on the applica tion of a number of Southern roads, the same relief has been asked for with regard to other roads all over the country. The Detroit, Grand Haven and Milwaukee Railroad Com pany was the last to obtain a 00-days' suspension of the section. The opinion of many eminent railroad men is to the effect that the granting of these suspensions will crush the whole measure, for the 4th section.is really the vital provision in the law. One prominent railroad man said: "Thete is not a railroad in the whoie "country that will not make tbe same "claim as that contended for by the "Southern railways, and the justice ot "their claims cannot fail to be re spected." Of course not. To be con sistent, the Commissioners must apply the rule, they have already adopted in several cases, universally, when ever a similar necessity for relief is shown. Senator Stanford, in a let ter to the Commission, asked for a general ruliDg with reference to their traffic with the Japan and China trade, claiming that the com panies he represents cannot compete with the ; Isthmus of Suez il" their through freight is brought under the rule of the 4th section of the law. The Commissioners replied that they would consider the matter if a formal petition were presented. H the through traffic from Japan and China shoulJ be released, it would probably carry with it all the through traffic, including that belonging to the United States. But there ought to be a specific suspension of the sec tion in favor of American through business.,- The Senator wants a general ruling, and the Board seems to be disinclined to grant it on a mere application with reference to the Japanese and Chinese trade. Now what the customers of the Pacific roads want is to receive the relief that the Detroit and Milwaukee road and the Southern roads have secured. It is right that tbe people of this coast should have it, and have it at once. The business of our section cannot long bear the strain wbich it now en dures. We want to know whether we are to have relief or the contrary. H not, then our people will know what they have to depend upon, and will take such means as aie available to remedy the evil for themselves. The whole business of the coast is disarrang ed. Merchants are unwilling to order goods under existing circumstances, and the chances are that considerable losses may , ensue from a glut of cer tain kinds on account of the abnormal stocks that were ordered in anticipa tion of the very extraordinary sched ule of rates now in force. Of course, if these rates are continued, some of ihe fore-seeing ones will make large profits; but these profits are not legi irnate. They come from an ex ceptional state of affairs that has been precipitated upon the country by a dangerous expedient in legislation, and are not the just and steady incre ments of legitimate business. It is to be hoped that the representatives of .the ; roads doing through business With this coast will see that it is to their Interest to at once obtain from the Commissioners the same relief that has been so readily grafted to other roads. With a suspension of the 4th section of ths law for ninety days, we shall have time to fully take in the situation in all its bearings, and to prepare for the worst, if the worst must come. We have so frequently leviewed the constitutional amendments to be voted upon next Tuesday, that we do not consider it necessary to more than draw the attention of our readers to the fact that they are all amend ments such as we believe would sub serve the best interests of the State. Amendment No. 1, relating to the Judiciary, will enable our Supreme Court to biing its business up even with tbe calendar in a short time, •nd thereafter to give the people speedy justice. Nothing c>tn be more important than this. The law's delay not only maketb the heart sick, but works ruin to individual litigants. It I is surely of the first impottance to the State that there should be a remedy to such an evil. The second amend ment increases the salaries of the Supreme and some of the Superior Judges, and should be voted for affirmatively. If we want our ablest jurists to sit in judgment on our lives and property, we must pay them salaries at least commensurate with what they can earn aB private practi tioners. The third amendment ought not to receive a negative vote, at least in this City. It will enable Los Angeles to frame its own charter, and we all feel the great need of haviug this power conferred upon our city. The rain which so opportunely visited us Friday night has done great good to the country. The gen eral opinion appears to be that this timely rain will save the grain crops, and there is no doubt that it has placed tbe hay crop beyond the pel adventure of a doubt. The fall in this city was 1.18 inches, quite a liquid bonanza for this season of the year. But the chances are that we shall have further showers during this month, and at the present wilt ing there are signs that Friday night's visitation has been only temporarily interrupted. The total rainfall dur ing the season lias been something over 14 inches. That is really all we would have required, had it been evenly distributed as to time. At all events, it would not be proper to call this a dry year in the face of ihe ruin we have already had, and there is yet time for the usual Spring rains to make this one of the best agticul tural seasons we have had for many years. As it is, it will be a very sat isfactory one. The Flower Festival. Tbe Flower Festival Register will be a most interesting feature of tbe coming fair. The ladits have bad made iv L,is Angeles a largo register of 700 pages, 12x18 inches iv size. Each page is or namented in tbe highest aud most beau tiful style of the printet's ar', and printed in different colors. Each page is ruled iv twmty eight lints, with place to register name and residence. The binding is Russian leather, done in the most artistic manner. As a work o! art it is probabiy the finest book that has ever been turned out on tbe coast The ac'ual cost of material and labor is over §30. Daring tbe fair visitors will have an opportunity to register their names and residence. For this a charge uf five cents a name, except the first line on each page, which will b - charged for at the rate of twenty-five oentl a line will be made. Tbe first lino on the first page will be auctioned off to the highest bidder on the opening evening. This, of course, will be a pleasant way for parties to make a donation to a chari nible work. It is intimated that put set will be made to bid high for the purpose of recording first the name of some cho en fair one. However, some of our Eastern visitors may bid highest am! n conl on the coveted line tho name of au Eastern belle. Distribution of the Howes Tract. The purchasers of this tract met at Turn Vereio H.ll yesterday to make a division oi their interests. The Soutb- era dlit'uruia Land Company transferred the property, wnh oil the and improve meets. The lot-holders select-d Ralph E. Hoyt, Esq., late editor of tile Tribune, as Chairman, Harry lies Secre tary, and a Cointnitlee on Distribution, consisting of Captain J. J. Moben, ol Santa Monica, Walter S. Melick an IJ. A. Frasier. Master Duggen, aged five years, was chosen to draw the names of the lot-holders for priority of cht ioe. Tue first niue names were entitled lo the houses, us follows: John Mahoney, foreman of an iron foundry, obtaiued tbe Howes Mansion; Arthur A. Knox, an employe of the Loa Angeles Steam Lauudry, Mrs. B. Haneutield, M. C Marsh, steward of the St. Elmo, John Holt, John C. Olmstead, Mrs. F. M. Sterling, F. T. Howard and H. W. Per kins, late an employe of the City Rail road Company, all received large cottage residences. The division was very satis factory to the holders and they passed a resolution of thanks to tho gentlemen serving as (fficers of the meeting, which will be found in another column. marriage Licenses. The following persons were yesterday liscenseil to wed: J. P. Helen to E. Mansfield, A. Williams to E, A. Lemon. The Stonentan ranch, at Albambra, San Gabriel valley, now being subdi vided in town lots and villa lots, will soon be put upon the market by the Los Angeles Land Bureau. Dots. J. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist. Drink X jss's Royal Belfast Ginger Ale. Tansill's Punch Cigars at P. O. Clear Store. Dr. C J. Mullen, corner Fourth and Main, Montrose Block. Horse blankets and buggy robes st Foy's harness shop. Burkes porter is food and drink com bined. Try it. Buy Eagleson's perfect fitting shirts, 50 North Spring street Plush parlor suits, easy chairs. New in voice Just arrived at Allen's. Largo assortment of traveling and tour ists' shirts at Eagleson A Co.'a, 60 N. Spring street. Carpets —spring patterns — now arriving. Prices lower than ever, at Allen's. Burkes porter is endorsed by physicians. Consumptives and Invalids should use it. If you want to furnish your bouse with little money, call at Al'en'a, 32 8, Spring St. Nursing mothers should uae Burkes por ter. It is a swift tonic. Ash, cherry and walnut bedroom sets. Extra inducements offered this week at Allen's. Every well dressed man should wear Eagleson's perfect fitting shirt-collars cutis and neckwear. Dr. Williams continues to treat all heart, throat aud chest diseases by his new and popular system of medicated inhalations, 276 N. Main street WANTE d-collatekal to loan money on, at Union Loan Office, No. 3 North Main street. aB-lm WANTED— A GENrLEviAN~OE~237WITH pleasant roum near business ognter, desires a roommate. Addr.ss CLakK, 23 Third street. ap9-2t WANl El>—TO FUK. HASE, A NO. 1 Remington Type-writer, second hand, in good older. Address, starin* price, which must be low. -REMINGTON," this office. «8 3t ANTED—A BPAN OF CARRIAGE borses, kind and gentle, must weigh between 1100 aud 1200 pounds, between 4 and 7 years of age. Apply to E. A. ALLEN, Lamaudn Park. s7Gt \AJ AN 1 EII—HOUSE 7 OK 8 ROOMS WITH modern conveniences in good location; must be first clasß in every particular. THEt'TLEtt & DKONILLAKD, 116 W First street. ap6tf V\ r ANTED—HI'JHE-iTPKIDE.S FOR »» enipty beer b -tt cs in any quantities. STEINIKE A URI'MNU, 322 North Alame ' da sir, tit. tf *'«X ÜBNT— UOU9IS IMtH. KENT-NEW HOUSE ON HOPE 1 and sixth street; nine rooms; batn, ' gas, hot and cold water; rent low to good ' 'enant. :a!0 It L'OK KENT—SIX UNFiiKNlallttjU KouMS A and oue furnished, ;w Clay St al -3t FOR KENT—TWO UNFUKMSHEDFRONT rooms; also barn, 71S temple St, alO O - LET~ FIKBT CLATi FURnTshED rooms with bath; in private family near business center. Addtesa L. M. Post ofßce. ap9 fit TO LE I -A NIC EL V FUKNIoHEU~FKONT room with closet, at No. 20 Metcalf street apaVjt JjHJtt KENT—NiI ELY FUKNISHeDsUnT Xj ny room, with board for iiinnai.d wile; very reasonable to perma nent parties. Apply 613 Pearl St. «9 3t tfOK KENT— IWO FURNISHED FRONT ■T rooms witli bath and closet, in p ivste family. No. 7N. Olive B. ar2lf lAOK RENT—MCE ROOM ON li INKER £ Hill. Q. W. BURTON, IM Noith Spring street, Temple Block Psltf mwo nTcely furnished rooms to J. let with board. BQ7 jemplest. m2B-tf LmTrnisukd rooms in the new and t 1 elegant house, No. COO Fort street, corner Sixths m»tf rfIHE LANKEKBHIM, STRICTLY FIRBT- Jl class apartment house; 218V6 Bprlng at., near Third, elegant large sunny rooms en | suite or single, furnished or uufuruished. ml3-lm I Notice to the Public. Tbe Fredericksburg BrewiDg Company, of San Jose, have bought the Interests of Messrs. Friese A Steeb, and their former agents will continue their business at their new bottling establishment, corner Second and Vine. Hetter Accommodation*. More Pullman palitce cars are now arriv ing vfa the Santa Fe route, which are to be used between Los Angeles and Kansas City to accommodate the increased travel east bound. This company ls also running diily emigrant tourist cars direct from i Augeles to Kansas City. Coal, Coke, Charcoal and Wood, Wholesale and re:all. Special rates for car load lots, delivered to all points, office—(S Court street; t lephnue 33. Yard—Corner Alameda aud Jackson streets: telephone 316. Walter 8. Maxwhll, Sole agent for Wellington Coal. t.'anea t.lven A way To each purchaser of a hat at the Chicago Hat Store, i<s N. Mum street. Ghlr»irdelli's eagle chocolat Is the most popular drink lv the market. LOS AKGELES DAILY HERALD. APRIL 10. 1887. HAHUAIN* IN HK«I. ESTATE. I/OR 8 \LE—AT AZUSA, 40 ACRES BU r lienor orange aud vine laud, Willi hou.e of four rooms, stable, chicken house, water right, good two-horse wagon, fanning utensils, and 8 acres in choice hearing froil trees, nil feueed. Mice, W. D. KOO'l, 25 Temple street. * 9 91 ■JV)M SALE-ALFALFA RANCH. WELL f Improved; small House, stable and wagoushed; SO nssoried Irult trees, M eueilvpius trees; roads on two sides; li mlleß <rom Downey; a profitable place, for sale cheap; owner going East. Inquire Room 18, Alleu Block. Temple und Spring atreots. a9-2t jhOR SAKE—BUSINESS CORNER FAUINH V on two prominent streets. Apply 707 Sixth afreet. "8 lm 'lIHE book HAS"SIRUUK OLiKEMuNI A 3U mil -s northeast of Pomona, n the great Santa Fe rente Over ?.i",u 0 wo-th ol lots sold at private sale yesterday We to-day sell you af nte of Ihe cholce-t busi ness and residence lots In th'i new town al |355 to fT 'O. Theaa hits wl'l double in thirty day.. BANDHOLT & 00.. 230 Ni rtlt Main greet. «* [ bKsr HA HOAiNi IN REAL 881 AI & I 1 seeO. Va, BURTON, 106 North Spring street, Temple B < ek. mailt FOR SALE—YEN I LTt ■ COUNTY nM'S. large and tin all traotl and town lota Full Information given to those desiring pleaaant hemes. Good *"H «ud climate. K. tl CARL' ON. 28 S. spring st m'il-lm ffOlt HALst—FINEST QUA RTEU SEC I lON P in Antelope Valley: alto sbargain in s splendid Isr. c lot and bouse lit tbe city. At Turin-, rein Hal. 1 7?' th Spring st. mil tt PARCELS, AOUIRRB A OO.HAVKFOH - i . il special bargains, lots in the Vitz gerald tract, on Ninth street, st 10 to ;:o per OOMleaa tltsu surrounding proper:y, lorn lew days only: also loug il.-t of city Rnd country property at low ratrs. 12 Court street mil tf LiOH 'ALE—BY RUDDY, BI'IINS & r S:nlth, eight acres, finely improved, three fourths mil-' west of city limits, iv the CsbUeoga dlsirlct; 17500. Ten HC-es southwest of Agricultural Park; *r ,oco. Seventy-five seres of oil laud near New bull'; *7ao. Oue hs'f a?re on Adams street, flne y im proved, with five-room house: 18800. Thirty a"res on lemple street, just out side of the eitv limits; ( 00 per acre. Twenty acres on Aiauuda, all In full ber.rtug orauge orchard aud viney.'.rl; KO.OCO. A flue orange orchard of twenty-four acres ou Lenn ii stre t: 31000 per acre. Several fine lols in the Bonule lirae tract Lauds iv Antelope valley at *ti to JlO per acre. Building lots in all parts of the city nt prices to suit all. Residences in all parts of the ctty. The most of the property ou our books ea" be bail on sjssj terms. The shove Is se"!e> ted from a very large list ol prop- rtv which we have on our books lor sac. Reasonable terms can be hart on most of our properly. jebSStf CXjR SALE IN TRACTS IOSITP, taU PBIt s! acre; lti miles from Los Ange es. near oceau. WALTERS & TI LLS, Pico House. Utaidl I a ARMS AN v TOWN LUIS—FARMS lIF 1 ail sizes, from five to sixteen hundred acres of land for sale: one of 800 aCM l ■ spe clal bargfiu; also town lots in the Iron S il phur Springs Tract. New life iv ami near this family resort, incident o the cmiug of the railroads. The best of natural mineral waters and baths. 0. T. WIDNEY St CO, Fulton Weils p 0 Cal. rmfj-tf Resolution of Thanks. At a meeting of tbe lot holders of the Howes tract, held yesterd.y for adlvialon of the property, the following resolution was adopted unanimously: Resolved: That the thanksof the meeting be sincerely tendered toßalpb E Hoyt Esq , who has so courteously and efficiently pre sided, and to Mr. Henry lies, Secretary, and Messis. J. J. Mohen, Walter 8. Melick acd J A. Eraser, the Committee of Distribution Resolved: That this resolution be pub lished In the Tribune, Times aud Herald of Los Angeles. Ho! for the auCtb n sale at S»n Bernsr. dino April 13th. April lath Traiu leaves Uuion Depot 9:10 a. m. Reduced rates. Beautiful lots in tbe city of sau Bernard IHO at your own price. South I on Angaries. This beautiful tract Is selling rapidly. One-eighth of the whole number of lots was tateu yciterday. The Southern Cali fornia Laud Company, of Baker Block, is meeting with its usual success. it will pay you to Spend a day and en j y yourself. Take yeur family and go to Sau Beruiudluo April 13th, 'i> uu autih'u sale of beautiful lots, April 18th. Templar Services. Divino services will be held In the asylum of Cteur de Lion tommaudi ry, Mo. Knights Templar, corner First and Sprig streets, ou Easter Sand ST, April 10th. at a P. at sir Knight Key. Win A. Knlghten. of Oraee M. E. Church, Will Officiate tuibjrct of discourse: "The Holy SepalejHre: Its Relations to Knight TemplarlSSS.' 1 Mem bers ol the Commaudery aud visiting Mr Knights will report at 2: 0 p.m. The f>.uii lies sud fr ends of the n.embers arc Courte ously invited. T. H WARP,Commander. R. T. MI'LLABP, Recorder. You will n iss the chance of n'.ifetime if you fail to go to San bernsrdlno tpril lath Excursion rates Hue band of music aud free dlnuer. Big>aleof lots at auction. lirnnd Hall. Paradise lodge, No. 74,11 of R. R. B, st Armory Hall, Ms in street, Monday eveuing, April 18th. Tickets admitting lady and gen ilemei »1 00. Grand M ireh at i t at, Tie le fts for sale st !'• c Popular Hit S ors.Na. IT North Spring street. I inter «r' r!ll>2. We are enabled to chronic c ano'het firm doing business tn our midst who well de serve a share of puhllc p Inmate. We re fer to Ottarson A C. le, tee li tter being an addition to our pop'ilstion. Miming from Otbkosh, wis., the former member of toe ririn having been a resident several years, nd sharing the coi fid l nee < f I ttr foremost bu-iuess men. The firm hsve en tlicir books some very desirable inside property, b"th in this city aud P issdtua; also rench property throughout this county >-i d iv fan Bernardino county. Ohio, Michigan, Wis consin and Illinois sojourners am ug us e-re invited to call nnd make themse yes at home No. 9 North Main stre t. Any in formation we can impart you are welcome to. The friends nod patrons of Miss Irene Limb, 34 S. Spriug Street, are cordial y -v- Vltsd to examine her new stock oi spring and Summer millinery. Dr. Herman Wllfert has permanently Sti lled st Fulton Wslls, Cal., and is prepared to call on all cases and furnish tho neces sary medicine. TJOR'B AI.E -&EN E liTITM IKCHANDISK r nnd liquor store • f long standing, with ou'-h"Uses >iud 4 acres ol orchard; nbuti dancc of clear Water; iv a thriving 'own in the iub™rba. Splendid oprtonanltr Apply to SCHMIDT A PACKARD, No. 1 Arc-dla street. a!0-7t POR SALE—III SINKSS » OR"NE!H~ "ON First, stre-1. In same block as sew -'anta Fe d* pot This W'll b*sum vsleable busi ness p'operty It wi Ihe offered lew f r a FOKKE.-'I EX .4 SMITH, No, I Court street xp'22 tti-tr »n, biOR SAI.s-PA • I.NG IiNoTTnY. Kh.\. r sons for-el'inc. Address " CA?!l GKO CFK." ner.iwl office. i- *| fWKHAI.K-* OOOn PAYING BFSIKI3B aeout »e.;-;lr».| — ! selling, 111-health. Apply et Ml Httl street Wg a» 141 FOR SAt E—A GfNs K»L ME'CHANDISS business G'i"i l .. : -ii«. ? ia ! ono of the rl« v .»-t '-CT"-'ti«« ia 3-nta tn«, valley For ps-;c :'.a.-i'.u-i-tirest h-> His if"<Hc». j 'c Ar.di.L i— stltsls, P\ I IN-j itontliUi'LMi ; c «al*. Apcly to J B • uv . u» AY <"s:a. .* b w: -. j A , f r ps.-t c ■ i I " B - » i |».»r.i> .. .>i>.i . i«j JwlH .tts.Al> X Verttier BisA t lawhsukdl I : ilk M «. J de..— t arm c.is» f ay;. : tuiiest invent.rat: >oJ-i:ed and rtf-ren ces given; me • xtsrr.*-:e MSMsac* | ry, Address *Ss.CnASI. P. o Bos UN, L s Aogeu , Csl. feblT-.imos PARTM KBHIP H i.-rtu-.i uEMLE man of eip rienc., with lliXO •-. $i:00 at command, wishes to join in p.arme.-ship wi h a paying con s)ra, where his ".line vid money c-n be v i!is»d Address BONA I IDE, cs.re room 3, No. II N. Spring street i.,;, a nee 1 »; fe' 17 3r.-e. - sm.i.. 17011 S 'LB-DIAMOND. WATCHES ANi> Jj Jewelry sold low at Unloa Loan oftiee, 3 North Main street. a--lm IjUJR SALE—UK TRADE, A -PAN Of " small giev mules, 621 San Pi drost sB-3t FOX SALE—HOUitE OF 6 ROOMS, No. 206 Philadelphia street, tlouO; also 3-room nousc on E. cud Banning street, $!)0J; also 8-room business p.nd dwelling house on Sau I'edro s'reet. between Seventh snd Eighth streets, $1600. JOHN P. P. PECK, IB<A South Spring street. a" 4t IrtOß - B~ALE —OR EXCHANGE — HOUSE ! and jump-seat buggy for cheap lot. Will tnke or pay cash difference. JOHN P. P. PECK. a7.4t. LOR SALE—A SPAN OF MULES, SI.V E teen hinds, cheap. Apply to E A. ALLEN, La.manga Park. a 7 St OR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS KESl'AU rant doi g a good business. Satistactory reasons for selling. Apply lmmedUtc'y at the CHICAGO RESTAURANT, 126 S. Spring street. a6-6t MI'ST~BE SOLD BEFORE APRIL 10, 17! Lot 32 In i ick Tract, 20 acres; oue of Hie most beautiful aud centrally located pieces; fine ocean view. Price, 1400 per scr» ; also lot 51, 20 seres very choice, st 3325 per acre. BRAD3IIAW A ZELLNEK.33 S. Spring St., room 23. ali-lOt Thcnler £ ruins To and from Los Angeles from Santa Monica on Thursday evenings. DIED. rutraatii notices one dollar TURNER—In this city, April th. the lufant sou of Mr. and -Mrs. Georgj Turner, aged 4 mouths. Funeral frcm the re idence of its pa rents. 3a A'.iso street, at 2 o'cl ck this day (Sunday). CLARK—In this eitv, April Üb, the infant daug t r of Mr. aud Mis C. W. Clark, aged tl mou fcs. Fuueral this day (Sunday), at 10 a. m., from the reside if its parents, ill Downey avenue. East Angeles Ml ICHF.LL—In this ftty Arti 9th, the in fiut dingh-.-. r of Vr and Mr.-. L W. Mitchell, ag-d 15 m nth». F n?ra! will 'skcp'.sce its piren-s' resfdenee, 522 Downey avenue, on tail day (Mayday), «t l r. *. "Wants," Pers. nais," and ether ndver tis. nv-uu, under the following hesds in e,erted at t 0 rate of o cents per ili.e for c eh insertion. U i 'I I i II—IILIA.I*. VITANTED—FOY TO FEED CORDON \l press. Hekald Job Room. sin AN EXPERT ACCOUNT >V ANT. Addiess lv applic-.uiV bind wr ting 11. C„ Hpr.l.o eiffiee. ajo 7t WAN ED-CAtilNfcl MAKE o.JUINKns or Bore Flues. Apply to JOHN SLECK, lv North Alameda street lm cd i lely. apu-a WANTCU— A OIRL TO h>o WORK -N a small family luiiutiu st 7u'j Flows* 8.. net _?ii !t IT7ANTEII— A MAN TO DRIVE A HE- W livery wagon. WATKINS A JUDSON, 2.13 Sauth Sprt.jg street. as-lit \»;/ NIED-TLAMS fob. gkading, ap- VV ply to E. C. BUULINGAME, No. 8, Besudrv avenue. mliMm SITUATIONS WaHTCDi WANTED— A YOUNG COI.OHEO GIKI. wishes to do light house work; a good Cook. Call st 40 Han Pedro St. a U-:tt WaNI'ED-BY A RfcisFEOT- O able German iiiimm as housekeeper, or to ao goners! work in a small family. SO California street. alu-lt "II rAN 1 EL— BY A PRACTICAL GAK TT deuer a position layiug out of fancy lawns sud flower beds a specialty. Ad dress7s2 8. Main street. HESJtY KNAUFF. anB 8t ANTEO—aI l UAIION IN Pill V ATE family iv the city to lake care of horses and do work about the bouse. Understands the care ol horseß and carriages. Address William Buchenan, Santa Fe Hotel. Upper Main street. apr7 (it. WANTKU— jniSCKI.LANKOIs. FOR SALE—A THOROUGHLY EQUIP ped restaurant; centrally located, for particulars address A. B. sr-ftf SALE OR EXCHANGE — FURNI JP ture of a 9-room house; well loomed for renting rooms; .will take cheap lot In fin it pay; house cau be rented cheap ou ong lease. CARR Si COOK, 12Court street 9to 12 a. m. a 6tf FOR SALE-RLsCKSMITH AND WAGON shop, iv Yolo county; doing a good buslnes-, over $7000 p.r year. For particu lars call at tils office, ati-7t FOR SAI E—THE PRETTIEBT AND MOST complete confectionery store lv los Angeles. Choice location and good trade. Price, BSOO. App!y to BR « DBH AW A ZELL NER, 33 South Spriug street, room 23. aprd-lw ODGING HOUSE FOR BALE POR CASH only; fu'l of roomers. No. 2J Wilmlng ton street, olf First. Apl 2w IjIRESH JERSEY COWS FROM ISO UP 1 wards, kind aud gentle. WILLI VM NILES, E. Washington, near Main street oars. mBO-lm THOROI'GHDKED lIOLSTEIN BULI.B also choice milch cows. Address J. E. DURKEE, Bontia Meadows, Santa Monica Kond. m! 9 Bm BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES FOR sale chenp. FOUNTAIN SALOON, 22 North Spring street. mlB-lm bH>« SALE—THE LEASh, FUR.MTUkE and business of the most lief ant and conveniently situated rooming-house in Los Angele-, and clearing profit of between $200 aud $300 per month. Reasons (or selling strtetly personal. For particulars address "M. i?."pn-tnlliceßox 374. m! 3 lm EUI'CATIONAIi. CIOMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL — IN ; struciiou will be g yen at most reaion able terms in bonkkeopiug sud all grammar and high school studies. Candidates pre pared for colle/e and teacher's examlni! tlons. Rooms Schumacher Block. L. B LAWBON, FSEU. H. CLARK, A. M., Principals. tf IIKVr I N'l'S. A DAMS BROS., DENTIBTS, 23 8. SPRING A street, roi ms 4 and 6. Gold Billnes from $2 up. Amalgam and silver fillings, tl. Teeth extracted without gnsorair, 9 .50 Best sets of teeth from $■, to $11,, 'By our methed of making teeth a misfit is lmpossi wnhompatn CBpeclftlty 0f **•*»"• Office hours from Ba. M. to 5 r si Sun days from 10 a, v. to 12 v. d 7 tf PEKROK AL. ERSONAL—GO TO THE UNION LOAN office for bargalualu Jewelry, :: North aaln street. aH-1m PS MRU n"aT- AME 111! an wA I Cl ll s sold cheap at Union Loan ouVc, I Nub Man street. a 8 I in MKS. PA IiKLK IN DKPS.MIKN I SLAIE writer and test medium. Gives full names ol spirit friends. Consults tons on business speculations, mineral, lawsuits, removals, love, marriage, absent friends, diseases, etc. Developing class Thursdays, :i c. St., 28 South Spring slrcet, room A, I) A. M to fi p M urj'iltn _|H-> M M.ln.v, OA, iK At Hi;, ,M' .11 prsciitiouer of Itetapbytieai Science or Christian lleallu.-, room 11. Foster Ili ck, Main street. all ROFESSOH .! T'SCIIANK, CLAIRVuV" ant; Fortiine-ieller, lias reduced his ennrges "lie dollar a slttiusr this week only. 81U South Spring stieet, L m Angeles, Cat. mil lm kj.'. IVolila H-.fcL. .-M ri.i.l) ne.v c.l.<>. - wO meat of iorm snd Uubs, ii pure, lovely eomplexlnn, sparkling eyes ~ g. perfect heilth guaranteed. No quack lotions or air pumps. Hook ou "Phvsionl Culture free. DX. LO. HARMON, 813 llaight street, San F,anf.i«'..,lM' lie 5 lv tOlt S U.H-t ill I'rniii rl)' jHHEU'-ST HOME IN THE CI iV, V/ Southwest corner on Grand avenue; cable r.-ad now bei • g constructed, the grading and widening of the avenuefo be [inmediltPly commenced: 110 leet o'i Grand avenue 1811 feet ou York street. Three large lots, beautiful hone, .table ai.d all On plete, *7.'i00; lv 60 days will be worth *ii),ot.o. Address, "OWNER," this office, it RESIHENCE" FOR SALSI-HOUSI NO. 318 IV Fourtu street, L>. Angeles Lot l ixl!' ; house 11 rooms. Apply to Box S, S utli Pasadena. nHI 1 it i.'uu b.u.t cur.Ai—X" iiuiii mi (iM I? 12th street, clean side, near Bnoni * (true Tr"C': bargain ;or a fe-.vda\s. Address "pa NBB" this nlßoe. ' urn it bAk.E—TnE INSTALLMENT L plan, h iuse ol 5 rooms near Temple street cable road : 8101 cash, balance sf2f» tier month. ROC 1118 IK It, HUNTINGTON A LAYTPN 31 W. First street. aStf H'OK SALE—I HE LAttGEsl AND BEST lot in the citi forlhe money, between M 'in streetand Grand avenue, co-ered with flue fruit trees. Price only U 1)0. Terms eaav. Come at once, for this ls a bargiiu. '.'53 Nort'i Main stc t. mgfMf ITOR BALE—liexlttl on Grand avenue E che .p. McCOYE A CUaIIMAN. 23 N. ppriug street. re tf I,V X SALE—CHOI' E LUI I.N i HE 1 Childs trart. o" eleetrle r llrosd line. McCOYE A CUSHMAN, 23 N. Spriug st.eet. m 2 f _ IfOR BALK—BBATUri»Ot LOT 1111 I, a street near Eleven h. e'leap. McCOYE A CUSHMAN, 23 N Serine street. m2tf MlffCßlstsAlUtOl *. C\ REWARD FOR THE THIEF Willi sptl ttoleS Jack-screws from Band street ichoolhotue. L o. MERRILL, f.7 Regent street H "'l xr __ hIUS EXCHANGE—FoX i Hi LuTS OR r bouse and lot, 11000 worth ol "Bins Washing Machines." ami Sta'e right for California Will take or will pay cash dif ference, John P. v. FECK, im.. s. Boring street. a7-lt IIREfVkTI'iTiSSORD — PROFESSIONAL 1 nur-e, 43 Franklin street, city. a3-lm MI. DANISON A CO., NEXT BXOUR , sion. via Salt Lake. April Tlh end '.'1 st. May h, ISB7. t)tfic€ N. Sprl' ig St A old in I\7ILL TAKE HORSE AND BUQ V OS >V psrt payment on lots. BANDHOLT A CO., iMNortu Ma 1 n street. mWtf rvo Vi 0 WANT A HOUSE BUILT? 17 Go to Kronnlck's Do you want store fixtures? Goto Krounick's. Do you want afficefixtures! Go to Kronnlck's. I Do you want screen doors and wicdow | i m to Kronnlck's. D i yon want ladders or step-ladders? ' Go to Krounick's. s Do you want Jobbing or repairing done by com] stent workmen? | Go to Kroantsk'a. 8. C. Kronnick, l3 n S.-.uth sarins! street Telephone 531. mlo lm N OTICKTO PEOPLE RKMOVINO FROM : Betty—Highest cash ptloe paid for | sll kinds of furniture piauo<. organs. All | eoaununlestions sirletly conademial. Ap. ply MBAtCHAST, -21 Downey av«nue. ra tf lost a mm rorwp. ! UtOCtTD— it YOU NEKD MONEY Gi> 10 J. t'a» UuicnLoan ouie*. No. 3 North Miin s r---. iS>tm LO.il' -A kK EIPI eunn., ON MAIN 3i. Finder n ill ple.n-e ret.iru lo Mrs. KAiE GRAY, 14 Majo strie". and be re warded. a 10 It LOST- WILL THE PARTY THAT FOUND a S wings Bank b ok time evo re t i-n i: to the owner P. MIGUEL, P. 0 box !'»> alO-at I obi—A s>iall UMOoffM FRIkND PjN Xj Thorsdey, March between 4th an I 10th streets on SpriDg; finder will get reward by returning same to Columbia Meat Mark t, ..... s. i-nring St ap9 8t ~r7r>"T»~l7«is»4»i S<.■ One Hundred Farms ! OF 40 ACRES EACH, FOR SALE, Being a Choice Body of Level Land, Consisting of 4200-BROAD ACRES-4200 -A.ll Tinder 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 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. WILL BE SOLD ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS being one-third cash and the balance in lour equal annual payments, with 8 per cent, interest. gjmW Kach 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. FRANK McCOYE. 23 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, or WRIGHT & BARTLEY, 115 W. First St., Los Angeles. mrgMm FIVE-ACRE TRACTS. BY DIRECTION OP 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 oash, and balance on reasonable time. This is the choicest land o( the whole McDONALD Tract. McCOYE & CUSHMAN, mar 23 North Spring- Street. ROOMS AND BO Ait n—TOURISTS CAN be accommril ted during tbe summer months, by tbe day ni week, at a first-class private boarding house. 923 Hyde street, cor. Pine and San Prsuclaoo. aprl lm Ml:8 E. J gCDDABT. BOARD AND ROOMS IN THE NEW AND elegant house No. 606 Fort street, corner Sixth. m2>-tl BELL" VI X TERRACE, I'OKM t.::LY Pickit Villi, cj Pearl street, Los Angt lea, Cal. The finest locution In tho city; take Sixth strc.t curs. "Bellevue Terrace" consists of three buildings, all connected by front porch, I nd contains 110 as desirable rooms as can be found lv Southern Califor nia. Board and room 52.00 and 12.50 per day. Liberal arruugements mede wlih per boos desiring rooms and br.srd by tho month or year. Telephone MB. DANIEL PICKIT, Mr. sTATTK s' PTC KIT. Proprlmnn n241( fob kk;>t-wu'nti.innoim. TO LEI— 81 OR AGE BY THE MONTH, Apply to GEORGE W. MEADE A CO. s6-Bt. CJTORES TO RENT—ON MAIN STREET. k> Apply to MARK G. JONKS, offices 1 and 2 Jones] B'ocli. 7"i N. Spring Bt. afi-tf LtOR Rr.N r—orFlOSi 212 N. MAIN r sireet. E RKID. m3l-tf fOR RENT—ON APRIL IST, SMALL store oppoKlte Wells, Fargo A Co. Call at No ;i Arcadia si reel. m:mtf FOR REN I—AT FROM $3 TO $20 PER year; safe deposit boxes In absolutely fire and burglar proof chrome steel vault. Inspection invited. THE CHILDRESS SAFE DEPOSIT BANK, 87 South Spriug st. feh!2tf Foil SXEE — t ouiitry Prop eny FOR RALE-160 ACRES OF LAND, ALSO Forest Dairy, couiaiulng cows, horses, wagons, route nnd cans, etc. Inquire nt GREEN MEADOW, 1 milo west of school house, or address P. O. Box 744. m23-6m rigMwriAi,. LOW RATE OF INTEREST CHARGED nt Union Loan Office, No 8 North Matn -treet a 8 lm MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE—MOR TIMER A HARRI3, Attorneys at Law, 7s Temple, Block. tf llflll 10 LOAN—LOWEST IN i!li.'Hl.Uou terest. Apply direct. A.j. VTELB. room 2;! Sehum»oher Block. m3oif MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE in am unta to suit. BRODTBECK A PENNEY, No. 19N Spring St. 'eb6 tf ffIKKTIHmW. OF UtloSfcN FKmNDB.— «»-*' Guardian Council No. 90, meets in ey thim Castle Hall, 24 South Sprl- g street, the first and third TUESDAY EVENINGS each month. Visiting trleuds cordially in vited. J. H. MARSHALL, C. C. mr29-3in t'QK BEW Hnl <t:<. I"*OK KENT — 8-ROOM HOUSE (WITH stable; furnished or uniumlshed. 524 South Pearl. _ alo-8t LtOR KENT —2 HOUSE 3 OF 4 ROOMS Jj each: 1 block from P. O A house ol 5 rooms aud kitchen, one block from Pico House. Nice cottaec ou Walnut aven eof 4 r ,oms furnished; near street cars. A good hard fluished house of 7 rooms wit li good bam. ADAMS & SONS, 7!i N. Sprints *r.7'f fIVJ I.EI — H(>l>Be. ()!•' 4""ROOMS, Willi .. J_ acres; 110 per month. Apply to Chn.. V. Hall, room 5, 41 South Spring strei t, be tweentfand 12 a.m. np'.vinv, ttOOAA CHOICE HOME FOR BALE. Handsome new cottage of five rooms, bath, porches, bay windows, etc., rooms elegantly decorated; fine lot 50x170, I with sl'ey In rear; immediate possession given; price S2BOO. Apply to R. VERCH, Room 80 Temple Dlock. mr22-lm | \ MIMIMIiI.ANKOIWi Ms"PßlN(ift SUMMER 1887 CLOTHING!- AT E. ADAM'S (lie One-Price Qo tbiog House STYLISH AND PBR7KOT W PTtNa 01 OTHttftl MM be botlffhl at LOWEST I'Rlt M. Wm offer thefollowing iptolallndusamsntai 130 BUSINESS SI'ITS AT $10 OO IMPORTED CHEVIOT srirs at' 12 50 Worl h lis. 7.-. ALL-WOOL CASBIMERE BUITS AT $12 50 Worth 1.0. Ot'K KINK LINK Of IMPORTED DIAGONALS CASSI MERES AND CORKSCREWS Arc Cqiuil in 'I nllo m-n tie IJnrmcnlM. We Have Tbem in SACKS nnd EROCKS at lIEMBOOK PRIOBS. STRAW HATS AT 23Cts. AND UPWARDS. Tills lii ! 11110111.11 ,11, minor (lie Greatest Bargain Sales. HE SURE TO CALL. 33. ADAM, No. IS South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal. f I T-:iin (3UCCESSOK TO ALBEE A WILLARD.) BAEGAINS! MBOO—Comer lot 62xliK'..on Washington st. 1 t»0OO each—Tho best lots In tho City Center •xWllO—Sumo stre, sdjnlnlng. Tract. I*l eno each-Fine lota on BoniaUo aye. »370fl—Lot SOxttt, on west sldo Hill st. »I.MH»-Laree hit on Olivo st. This Is a I ajiisOO—Cor. lot on Grand aye., clean side. • IZOO-Loteor.Beacou Riid Ninth sts. j •»B*o—Fine lot adlotuing the above. »i»0O each—Six flue lots adjolulug ou Bca- I »1750 Each—Big lots on Hope St. con st. , ISIBOO—Io'J feet from on Ninth st. ■ MOO—Corner Adams aud Figueroa, lOfi- j W3ooo—Bargain on Washington St., 105x176 foot frout. ou tho corner. I »11(000—Best alfalfa ranch in the county HOT- Besides tho above I hsve the remaining lots In the E:ils Tract, which are every one of them choice lor building speculation. I in selling the cheapest trsct of lots on the east side Of the river for WOO to HAD per lot; $tdO down, balance (20 per month. I have a few tine houses and Improved places which will suit you for home-. My specialty ha:, always been fine acre property and tracts for subdivision, and I have the best in the city. M. Gr WILLARD, No. 38% North Spring Street I.oe Angeles, t'al.