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The verdict of tlie coroner'B jury in the inquest into the death of Mrs. Cox finds that the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Railroad Company are criminally responsihlo for it. It is true that,the company have been ciminally negligent in backing trains of cars across a popular thoroughfare, as they have been La the habit of do ing, without taking any of the ordi nary precautions to avoid accidents. It is inconceivable that such things should be permitted either by the corporation or by the city authorities. No excuse can be pleaded for this kind of recklessness. As long ago on the '.'lst of last December the attention of the company and the authorities was directed to this very danger by the Herald, and we then said that a flagman ought to be sta tioned at the bridge-crossing to warn the drivers of vehicles when the trains were backing. But no advice was needed. It was an obvious pre caution that would occur to anybody. The very idea of a train going back and forth over a crossing constantly thronged with vehicles, with nobody to warn the drivers or communicate from the rear with the engineer a dozen car-lengths away, is hardly conceivable. A valuable life has been unnecessarilly sacrificed. No punishment can be inflicted that will compensate for this violent death. Yet public -justice demands that whoever is responsible for it should receive such a lesson as will render it at least as safe as wise pre caution can make it for people to drive through our public thorough fares. The Coroner's jury has placed the blame wholly upon the railroad company. Who* will say that the city authorities are not also answera ble for neglecting to pass such ordi nances as have always been obvious ly necessary to protect human life in the vicinity of the railroad depots of this city ? DAILY HERALD, j PUBLISHED a«.BW PAYS * ™ EEl^ " JOSEPH D. LYNCH. JAMES J. 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We have received another large installment of the Illustrated Hkr au>, and orders for this matchless presentation of the resources and attractions of our section will be now filled as soon as sent in. Dr. ti. G. Tyrrell, Secretary of the State Board of Health, is a get. tlemaii for whom we have much respect; but we confess that his treatment of Los Angeles in his offi cial capacity shakes our confidence in his sense of justice and fair-dealing. We have just received his official Monthly Circular, a publication which is issued from the presses of the State Printing Office once a month, treating of the mortality and sanitary condition of the State. In his iemarks upon the prevailing dis eases in the State, Dr. Tyrrell has the following reference to small-pox : "Small-pox, although still threaten ' ing the southern portion of our State, has not as yet, assumed a positively epidemic form." We have italicized the portion of the sentence to wbich we wish to take indignant exception. The inference it contains was not jus sified by the facts at the time he wrote, nor has there been any basis for It at any time. The implication is that there is ground for apprehen sion that the small-pox will yet be come epidemic in this section. Now that implication is altogether gratui tous, and justifies us in charging tl c Doctor with carrying his prejudices or spite into an official report. Dr. Hagan declared, Monday that there had been no new cases here in ten days, and that the time for incuba tion having passed, it was safe to pronounce the disease at an end. All the cases had been either cured or were convalescent, and some were still retained in the hospital out of excess of caution, although they were really restored to their normal health. But let us admit that Dr. Tyrrell made up his report before these facts could have come officially to his knowledge. Kven then, he was not justified by the condition of the disease in anticipating affirma tively, as he does, that the smallpox would become epidemic. At no time in the history/of this last visitation was tbe danger imminent that it would become epidemic. Kinedeaths from smallpox out of ninety-four from all other diseases for March, is cer tainly not a showing that points to ward the epidemicity of smallpox- Dr. Tyrrell came to Los Angeles last month predetermined to find our city in a terrible state. He had formed his theory, and. if/the facts did not agree with it, so much the worse for the facts. He had not been here five hours before he declared that we were in a hopeless condition ; that we had smallpox here and smallpox there, scattered throughout the city, and that each place where it existed was a centre of distribution from which it would spread and result in a pesti lence that would sweep us as with the besom of destruction. "You are on the verge of an abyss, sit, and noth ing will save "you," was the Cas sandra-like prophecy of himself and another of. his confreres. Having said this, and probably having wrought himselt;into the belief of it he doubtless considers himself ou and injured because it has no come to pass. Being in this frame o: mind, it is no wonder tha he carries his resentment as well as his prejudices into his, Monthly Cir cular. It is a most distressing condi tion for a medical official to work himself into, and we sympathize with him in his mental suffering; but then ire cannot so far extend our sympa thies as to overlook the» fact that he is, by his wild and misleading official vaticinations, doing absolute injury to our section, and therefore earning, for himself a very meretricious kind of reputation—such a reputation as he would be the first to deprecate, if he were in his normal frame of mind. Perhaps this lovely April month, balm and serene, will serve to restore him to his pristine health. Repose and good digestion will calm his per turbed spirits, and wheu he has fully returned to himself he may sit down to write his next monthly report freed from the prejudices he imbibed at our persistent refusal to carry out his gruesome predictions, and do us, justice. Brikhly and Knox — where are tbey? Lost, strayed or stolen? An anxious constituency is waiting with open arms to receive them, yet they do not come. Will anybody give the people news of their whereabouts, and thus allay the anxiety that pre vails from Lomitoi toMalibou? LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. A PHIL 14. 1887. He Has Left Us. A newspaper is ofttimes compelled to aunounoe things that will pain a whole community, end one of those times has arrived. A well known figure has left us. No more will the cheery cry of "Hello, shipmate!" be heard on our streets, and tho familiar form of tbat an cient mariner, Captain Janes, will be seen no more in these haunts. The Cap tain has gone, and with him all his earth ly possessions, including the outlit of the Shipping Gazette-Advocate. He left on the 7:30 train for Sun Francisco last evening. The Captain was very qaiej about his departure, and in that showed his usual modesty and consideration. At the depot he said to a Uekald reporter: "Yes, I have concluded to leuve Los An geles and return to my old borne, Sao Francisco. The field hero is not broad enough for me. lam an advocate of the laboring man, and there are not enough of them here tor nie. I will go to Sau Francisco and start a paper, aud I can imagine how astonished my old ship mates will be when they see "Stlckesu the crab catcher" as an editor. lam go ing to the Legislature from San Frunci>co in k year or two." The Captain says that he leaves Los Angfeles without owing a cent and with money in his pocltet. Last Saturday ter minated the existence of the Gazette- Advocate. Baldwin's Flyers. The Herald yesterday received the programme of the spring races of the St. Louis Jockey Club. The races begin on June 4th, and continue for ten days. Altogether $35,000 are offered in prizes. Los Angeles couuty is well represented by horses from the Santa Anita stables of E. J. Baldwin. In the St. Louis Fair Derby, $3000 purse, Baldwin enters El Monte, Peudennis, Goliah, Laredo, Glo rita. In the Missouri Steeple Chase he en ters Lijero. Iv the race for the Southern Hotel stakes he names California, Emperor of Norfolk, I'uente, Truxillo (LtCuir), Los Angeles, Winona. For the St. Louis Fair Oaks he enters Griaette, Arita, Glorita. In the race for the Ellis Wainwright stakes he names Volante, Miss Ford, Laredo, Voltigenr, Mollio McCarthy's Last. For other races during the meeting he has entered Solid Silver, Lilliti, El Monte, Pendenuis, Wonderland, Lucky B. snd several other fleet horses. El Monte sells highest ia the pools. The stable will leave here for the East in a few days. Indications are that Samuel J. Randall will soon be nothing better than a second-rate political corpse. We expected as much. It would take an exceedingly healthy politician to survive the hearty support of the New York Sun. — Evening Expret*. Strange and inscrutable are the ways of tbe Republican editor. Tne advocacy by the .Sun of a Democrat produces a political corpse. The Sun favored Blame at the last Presidential election, and although he was mori bund for a while, yet the Expreil would hardly admit that he is now in any sense a political corpse. Indeed, that paper looks upon him as strong Presidential timber to go before the next Republican National Conven tion. If the advocacy of the Sun is going to kill Randall, why, in the name of all the Mulligans, has not that same advocacy laid Blame out on the marble of the political morgue ? Removal. The old established fire insurance agency of Wm. J Brorlrick has been re moved from No. li to No. 10 Commercial street. Obtain maps of South Los Angel's at the salesroom of the Southern California Laud Company, Baker Block. Concluding- C'ussovcr services. The services of the Passover will begin this evening at 730 in the Synagogue. The musical exercises, under the direction of Prof. Loeb, will bo rendered by a fine choir. Key. lir. Schreibcr will lecture in English on "The position of modern Judaism to the Religious Strugglers of the Present Age." Friday moruing service at 10 o'clock. Only 4S Lots Unsold. South Los Angeles, the garden spot of the county. Obtain maps of the Southern Cali fornia Land Company, Baker Block. Wanted. Healed bids wanted for constructing, with out delay, a cement ditch four miles long, on the Providencia Ranch; capacity to carry 250 inches of water. Address either of the undersigned, members of tbe Executive Committee. L. T. (iARNsEV,IS and 16, Bryson Block. E. E. Hall, Lawyer Blook. G. W. KiMi, lit First street. One Acre Will maintain a Family. Buy two of tbe half-acre lots ln South Los Augeles. One sere in vegetables, with a market right at your door, will maintain a family. Only forty-eight lots unsold. Better Accommodations. More Pullman palace 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 is also running daily emigrant tourist cars direct from Los Angeles to Kansas City. Only 48 Lots t'usold. Obtain maps of 3outh Los Angeles »t the salesroom of tbe Southern California Land Compauy, Baker^Block. ttrand Ball. Paradise Lodge, No. 74, B. of R. R. 8., at Armory Hall, Maiu street, Mouday eveniug, April 18th. Tickets admittiug lady and ten tlemeu $1.00. (irand March at 9p. X, Tick ets for sale at tl-ie Popular Hat Store, No. 17 North Spring street. Only 48 Uots Unsold. obtain maps of South Los Angeles at the salesroom of tbe Southern California Land Company, Baker Block. Half-acre lotswi h handsome improvements at (ICO, monthly payments * 10, without interest. Ami boom prices and only 48 lots unsold. Notice to the Public. The Fredericksburg Brewing Company, of San Jose, have bought the interests of Messrs. Friese & Steeb, and their former agents will continue their business at their new bottling establishment, corner Second and Vine. Only 48 Lots Unsold. obtain maps of South Los Augeles at tbe salesroom of tbe Southern California Land Company, Baker Block. Theater < ruins To and from Los Augeles from Santa Monica on Thursday evenings. The latest returns from Tuesday's election seem to indicate that Amend ment No. 3, authorizing cities of over 10,000 inhabitants to frame their own charters, has been adopted by a fair majority. It is, however, believed that Amendments Nos. 1 and 2 have been snowed under by the vote of the interior counties. Los Robles. Los Robles (or, The Oaks) is the name of ex-Governor Stoneman's beautiful ranch in San Gabriel valley, adjoining Pasadena. There is no more pictur esque place in Los Angeles county than Los Robles. It is amongst the oldest cultivated plantations in that valley, and its vineyard and orange orchard have been noted for over thirty years for the superiority aud abundance of their fruits. General Stontman bought this place in 1868, and under his care it has been carefully cultivated and its productive area greatly expanded. There are between five and six hun dred acres in tbis tract, about three hundred acre* of which are is vines and over one hundred in orange trees. The water right is the best in the State, for it all rises from clear, bubbling crystal springs on the place, and is therefore individual property with which nothing can interfere. An Easterner, who visited Los Robles, was so greatly impressed with its beauty and value, that he wrote to his borne paper: "Los Robles is one of the most inviting places we have seen in the tour through these connties. It ia well watered, having a stream running through it of large volume, all of which rises- in a tarn on the place. One interesting feature is the large number of native trees that have been preserved. The vineyards are extensive and the or ange groves cover many acres. The trees are very healthy and the fruit clean, large and excellent in flavor. The ranch is within less than a mile of Pasa dena on one side, and bnt a short dis tance from the beautiful Raymond Hotel on the otber. If B. and M., who were out hero last year looking for a home, could only see Los Robles, I am sure they would be delighted with it. I un derstand that Governor Stoneman is willing to sell it as a whole. The way property is going here there is a huge speculation in tbis. It could be cut up into small holdings and sold at fabulous tignres. A syndi cate could make a big turn on this prop erty, and those buying from it need not be required to pay such prices as have been readily paid for places much less conveniently located and possessing much less merit in every respeot." The suggestion ot this tourist is a sensible one. But, to start out with, it would require no ordinary sum to pnrchas Los Robles as an entirety, even if the Gov ernor were inclined to part with it. He has cut up eighty acres on the Alham bra road into lots that will be put upon the market, and we have no doubt these lots will be sold at high figures, for they are very finely situated and will he intersected by wide avenues, with the car line from Alhambra run ning through them. Some of the most elegant homes in Los Angeles county are destined to arise on tbis tract. "Wants," "Personals," and other adver tisements under tbe following beads in serted at tno rate of b cents per line lor each insertion. WANTED-HKI.P, ANTED—MAKERS AND PREPARERS. Millinery Department. 814 PEOPLE'S STORE. L'IKSI UI.ASS IVAlsl HAtMJO HAAII-U £ nt Mo-i/rovc's. 21 8 Spring street. apll 2t WAMIiL— A IjIRL - X 1,(11' IN DININu" room. Apply at No. 421 S mth S|.r ng street. al4 2t \1, T ANTED AT OXCE—4 PRACTICAL " mau to put woven wire matresses to gether. Apply CALIFORNIA BEDDING Co., 222 Downey aveuue, East Los Angeles. aI4J WANTEIi— HELP Al EMPIRE STEAM LACNDRY, 100 sau Pedro st. all 4t WANTED— A GIRL TO DO GENEKAL housework. Call at 816 South Fort street, a! 4 3t WANTED— TAII.ORES3. APPLY isi~B Spring street. Apr. 13-3t W- ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS TRIMMER and maker, at MRS. FOKSTER'B, 11U North Spring street. aprl2 St WANTEU — LIVE GENTLEMAN OR lady, intelligent, energetic and well acquainted with leading people. Suitable party well paid. "N. V ," Herald oflice. »pr!2-8t ANTED—AN INTELLIGENT, ACIIVE lady of determination, to work among ladies. Liberal pay to right party. "AT," Herald oflice. apr!2-8t WANTED —AN EXPERT ACCOUNT ANT. Address in applicant's hand writing. H. C, Hskald office. alo-7t WANTED— lU, AMS FOX GRADING. AP ply to E. C. BURLINGAME, No. 8, Beaodrv avenue. roT9'rm •J-3POKDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. — i\-f? Guardian Council. No. 90, meets in Pythian Castle Hall, 24 South Spring Btreet, the first and third TUESDAY EVENINGS each month. Visiting friends cordially in vited. J. H. MARSHALL, C. C. mr2v-3m 1 Removal The old established fire insurance agency of Wm. J. Brodriek has been re moved from No. 6 to No. 10 Commercial street. Notice. Owing to tbe increased demand for iota j tn tbe new town of Burbank, ProvldeDcla | Rancho, an advance of 25 per cent, baa been oidered, to take effect ou and after Monday next, 18th Instant. > RARUAINS IN BEAIi ESTATE. FOX 8 ALE-26 ACRES ADJOINING THE Ballona harbor; good (or subdivi sion; fora few days at 1148 au acre. Two select lots at Cueamonga, on easy terms 40 actes close to the A. T. and S F. It K. be tween Pomona and Ciarcmiut, hi 1150 »n acre. A paving variety business on First sireet for about 11600, A restauraut and lodging business in Pasadeua, for about IIMJO, We have tplsßdlO bargalni In Azusa, Anaheim, Monrovia, Pasadena. I'oiuoua, etc, and in tlie city. LLOYD, YOKHA A t:o . 23 i North Maiu street, Balttr Blook. Branch oflice, Monrovia. Cal bl4liii FMj RB A LE—BO AC RE SNE A X GI. >NDI' X A, good improvement-, water rliiht, good choice ideation lor subdivision. Price $20,000. Fine coruer near tho University, containing I\_ acres, only ouo block from the proposed Vermont street car line. A few choi'o lots iv Fairmoum tract. W. A. MORGAN. No. <J N Main strict. A nr. 11-tf LWK BALE—aT aZCSA, 4"l ACttKU M - P perior ortiugo nud vine land. Willi house of four rooms, stable, chicken house, wHter right, good two-horse wagon, farming Utensils, aud* acres in choice ticaring fruit trees, all fenced. Price, 84000. W. D. liOu 1, IS Temple street. TjiOU SALE—LAND, $• PKB ACKK. SilL JT very rich, sandy loam. Easy tennis Also, loaatiou made ou some very cholco laud. JO Downey Blcck. «12 lm • 7Aft WILL BUY 4.-.0 ACRES: BOIL VIUU very rich. Room 20, Downey block. .i" ,rlv " ;f L>oU MA US Ml In AC id tOeOIl.»7o Pitt P acre. 1« miles from Los Augeles, ucr.r ocean. W. R. WAtTE»S, Wilmington, or DeLACY & MALCOI.MSON. 25 ' lem P, le street. slltf L*6K SALE—BUBINKaa I O tiNr. v. VA CIN G * on two promlucut streets. Apply «»< Sixth street aslm_ I/O it ! EST BARGAINS IN REAL ES I ATE JT sec G. ». BURTON, 100 North Spriug street. Temple Block, maltf PARCELS, AGITRHE & 00 , HAVE FO't sa'e, at speci.il bsrgsint, lots in tho t ttz gerald tract, ou Niuth street, at 10 to 30 per cent less than surrounding property, for ft few days oulv: also long list of city and country property at low rates. 19 Court Btreet. mlttf liiAKMS AND TOWN LOIS —FARMS OF ! all sises, from Aye to sixteen huudred acres of land for sale; oue of 800 acres a spe cial bargain; also town lots In the Iron Sul phur Springs Tract. New lifo in nud near this family resort, incident .o the coming ol the railroads. The test of natural mineral waters and baths. O. T. WIDNEY & CO., Fulton Wells P. O. Cal. notil-tf huminfiss cnAiMti-is. FOR STDI-KIKSI CLASS GROCERY business, stock and fixtures; invoice, 85000; rout only 1125; choice location and well establisned. Only principals need np ply. Price Jt'iOOO. W. A. MORGAN, No. 9N. Main street. apr!3tf ATMOKOUUHL V EiiluPPiiE KEsTAt - rant, firs:-class in every rested; bist of reasons given for selllug- Address 450 8. Los Angeles street. a! 8 71 I,'OK. SALE CUE If —WHOLE UK ONE r half interest In well estahli«ued bee ranch. RUDDY, BURNS & SMII'H, 2 Frank lin street. aprl3 ;:t FOIt BALE—GENERAL MERCHANDISE aud liquor store ol loug standing, with out houses and 4 acres ot orchard; abun dance of clear water: in a thriving town in thesub'Tbs. Splendid opportunity. Apply to SCHMIDT & PACKARD, No. 1 Arcadia street. alo-7t FOR BALE—A GOOD-FATING BUSINESS aoout 81600 capital required ; rensou (or selling, ill-health. Apply «t 1420 Hill street, city. a" 14t OR SALE—A GENERAL M X HCHANDISE business. Good business. Situated iv oue ol the richest localities iv Santa Ana valley. For particulars iuquire at the Her aloogee. nut:: l it TjARTNtK VtANIEu, TO JOIN THE All- X vcrtiser, »ilh a few hundred or a thous and dollars, in a first-class payiug business: fullest investigation solicited aud refcreu ces given; no previous experience uecessa ry, Address MERCHANT, P.O. Box IIJ4, Los Angeles, CaL febl7-3nios PARTNERSHIP WANTED—A GENTLE man of expjrienee, with $1000 to 11500 at command, wishes to join iv partnership with a paying conrcrn, where his time and money can be utilized. Address BONA FIDE, care room 3, No. 28 N. Spring street Los Augeles. Cal. febl7-3mos I'UH SALE. TjlOR SALE—DIAMOND. WATCHES AND JP Jewelry sold low at t'nlou Loan Oflice, 3 North Maiu street. as-im TFOR SALE-NEW 0 ROOM HOUSK ON JT Hope street; 84500. $ 000 cash, balauci on time. A. J. VIBLE, room 23, Schumacher Block. a!2-3t SPAN OF MULES, Six teen hands, cheap. Apply to E. A. AL LEN, Lamanda Park a! 2 6t, Ip'Oß SALfe—A FRESH CuW, SEVEN -1 eighths Jersey, first calf, perfectly gen tle. Apply (02 Tenth street. ft! 2 :it LXIB SALE OR EXCHANGE —FUKNI- JJ ture of a 9-room house; well locnted for renting rooms; .will take cheap lot in fiart pay; house can be rented cheap on ong lease. CARU & COOK, 12 Court street 9 to 12 A. H. it-6tf MRESH JERSEY COWS t'KUM *i.U UF- T wards, kind and gentle. WILLIAM NILES, E. Washington, near Main street cars. inSO-lm HOROUGHBKED HOLSTEIN HULLS,, also choice milch cows. Aadress J. E. DURKEE, Bouita Meadows, Santa Monica Road. miytiin I>ILLIARD AND POOL TABLES FOR i sale cheap. FOUNTAIN SALOON, 22 North Sprlug street. mIS-lin nut kent —Rooms. FOR KENT—TWO UNFURMSHEDFRONT rooms; also barn, 718 Temple St, alO O LET - FIRST-CLASS FURNISHED rooms with bath; iv private family near business center. Address L. M. Post office. ap96t OR KENT—NICE ROOM ON BUNKER Hill. G. W. BURTON, 100 North Sprlug street, Temple Block ru3ltf WO - :SICELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO let with board. 307 Temple st. m2B-tf F/URNISHED ROOMS IN THE NEW AND ■ elegant house, No. 508 Fort street, corner Sixth. m'Jtf Hut RENT—HOUSES. TJIOK RENT —2 HOUSES OF 4 ROOMS JJ each: 1 block from P. O. A bouse of 6 rooms and kitchen, one block from Pico House. Nice cottage ou Walnut aven.'.e of 4 rioms furnished; near streetcars. A good hard-nilished house of 7 rooms with good barn. ADAMS & SONS, 75 N. Spring street. nn7tf l) IJST—HtTUBII. OF t ROOMS, WITH o acres; $10 per.month. Apply to Chas. V. Hall, room 5, 41 South Spring street, be tweeti 9 aud 12 a. m, aprS-lmo FOR KENT—DIICELLANEOIIB. STOKES TO KENT—ON M~AIN oTKEEI\ Apply to MARK G. JONKS, offices 1 aud 2 Jones' Block, 75 N. Spring St. aC-tf FOR KENT—ON APRIL IST, SMALL store opposite Wells, Fargo & Co. Call at No 3 Arcadia street. jnSOtf UOR ~KEN I—AT FROM *8 TO *20 PER r year; safe deposit boxes iv absolutely fire and burglar proof chrome steel vault. Inspection invited. THE CHILDRESS SAFE DEPOSIT BANK, 87 South Spring st. feb!2 tf lost ARB I'ecMit. YOC~NEID HONEY~GO TO ! the UuiouLoan Office, No. 3 North Main Btreet. iS-lm LOST— A PACKAGE OF COIN—EIGHTY two dollars. Liberal reward by return ing to tbis office. Lost by a collector, a!4-2t ~ F,s»i;t)ATIONAI,. COMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL — IN struction will be given st 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 WANTED— wisUKEEANEOUS. ~ ANTE D—COLLATERAL TO LOAN money ou, at Union Loan Office, No. 3 North Main street. RB-lm WANTED— PUPILS FOR PIANO, OK gan and voice taught ln the most thor ough manner. Terms, $5 per month, be ginners, in classes of two or three, $3 per mouth. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. For particulars oall at 149 Wall street. spUtf WANTED— ALif THOSE WHO HAVE bargains i unreal estate tn call to see me or send descMplion. T. B. McDonald, Rooms 31 and:< 2 Law Building, entrance on New High or Temple streets. Apr 11-7t ANTED—HOUSEi 7 OR 8 ROOMS Wiril modern conveniences in good location; must be first class In every particular. TREUTLEN & DHONILLARD, 116 W. First •treeL „ apttf TTITANTED—HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR TV empty beer bottles ln any quantities. BTEINIKE & BRI NING, 322 North Alame ds street. tf Only 48 Lots Unsold. PERSON A 1,. PERSONAL— GO TO THE UNION LOAN Office for bargalus in jewelry, 3 Nortb .vlain street. aS-lm E X 8 (J N A L—" A M ERICAN WATCIIEB sold cheap at Union Loan Office. 3 Nerlh Man street. n8 1:u RS. P A it Kf.lt— IN DEPENDEM r SLA lX writer and test medium. Gives full names ot spirit friends. Consultations ou business speculations, mineral, lawsuits, removals, love, marriage, absent (rieuds, diseases, etc. Developing class Thursdays, 3 p. M., 28 South Spring street, room 3, v a. M. to 8 p. H. ni2.5 lm \ l US. -\1 MAKBI.AU, iEaV'I'IKu a.M' i»I practitioner of Metaphysical Scienco or Christian Healtu.', room 14. Foster bli ck, Maiu sireet. u3 WORTH FREE. SUPERB •I* ment of lorm and limbs, a pure, lovely complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air pumps. Book on "Phvslcai Culture" free. DR. 1.. C. HARMON, 313 Haigbt street. San Francisco. Cal. nov's ly FOX SAl.s:—t.'ltr Property ji'llU REST— EIGII 1-4IOOM HOUSE, ,(E L tweeu Seventh and Eighth, ou Sau Fedro street. For Rent—Nine-room house ou Busne Vista street, and furniture for sale cheap. JOHN P, P. PECK, U>| 8. Spring street. Also, u"w house, 8 rooms, aud lot 40x130, between Seventh and Eighth, ou Sun Pedro street; (1600. Also house, three rooms, on large lot ou East end of Banning street; f9OO, Also, cheap lols on Earl street, between Sixth an t Seventh streets. Also, purchase money, ten per cut first morte.ge notes, well iccured. JOHN P.P. PECK, ISU South Spring street. aH3t bVutt TaTe-Lor O.N cECuNlTsiltiiEl Cable road. Call on O. K. Sou<ler, II Kit 11 •> oflice, in the afternoon Ai::-3t K~esiFencis Eoii - oaLSP-iioiisl'. No. 818 W. Fourtu street, Lis Angeles. Lot 4oxl20; house 11 rooms. Apply to Box S, South Pssadeps. alo-14t L>OK SALE —UN TrtE "iAdTALLMEN 1' * plan, house ol 6 rooms near Temple street cable road : 8103 cash, balance 825 per month. ROCHESTER, HUNTINGTON it LAYTON 31 W. First street. aBtf H'OK SALE—THE LARGEST AND BEST lot in the city for the money, bet ween M iin street and Graud avenue, co -crcd with fine fruit trees. Price only $0 00. Terms easy. Come at once, for this Is a bargain. 253 North Main stred. ro2o-tf ITOR SALE—II6xI79 ou Grand avenue -T3 chosp. FRANK McCOYE, 23 N. eptiug street. in tf FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL LOT HILL street near Eleventh, cheap. FRANK McCOYE, 23 N. Serine street. m2tf LTOK SALE—CHOICE LOT IN THE JJ Childs trart, ou electrics railroad line. FRANK McCOYE, 23 N. Spring st-ect, m2:f FOR HALE — Country Property FOX SALE-160 ACRES OF LAND, ALSO Forest Dairy, contaiuiug cows, horses, wagons, route and caus, etc. luquire at GREEN MEADOW, 1 mile west of school house, or address P. O. Box 741. m23-6m si'riiATniNS WANTED. \\r A .•> TISD-SITT AT lON BY TWO YOUNG T» competent Swedish girls just Irom San Frnnctscc; one as cook nnd oue for up stairs work. Best city reference. Same house preferred. Please call 17 Fort st. It IfIISdELIiANEOUS. FRED'K. PUItSSOKD — PROFESSIONAL nurse, 43 Franklin street, city. a3-lm WILL TAKE HORSE AND BUG tY' ON part paymeut on lots. BAND HOLT & CO., 230 North Main street. m2H-tf_ DO YOU WANT A HOCeE BUILT? Go to Krouuick's. Do you waut store fixtures? Goto Kronnick's. Do you want edlice fixtures..' Go to Kronnick's. Do you waut Ecrceu doors and window screens? Oo to Kronnick's. Do you want ladders or s'.ep-laddcrs? Go to Kronuick's. Do you waut jobbing or repairing done by competent workmen? Go to Krouuick's. 8. C. Kboxxicx, 130 South Spring street. Telephone 521, ml 6 lm OTICETO PEOPLE REMOVING FROM the city—Highest cash price paid for all kinds of furniture, pianos, organs. All communications strictly confidential. Ap ply MERCHANT, 222 Downey avenue. mf.tf KOAKU ANII EOJJUINU. ROOMS AND BOARD—TOURISTS CAN be occorumod tied during the summer months, by the day or week, at a first-class private boarding house. 923 Hyde street, cor. Pine aud San Francisco. apr4 lm MBS. E. .1 PUDDART. BOA Kit AND ROOMS IN IHE NtW AMD elegant house No. 500 Fort street, corner m22-tl BELL.'.VUE tf-KKACh, fOK.MEKLY Picklt Villa, 439 Pearl street, Los Ange les, Cal. The finest location in the city; take Sixth Btreet cars. "Bellevue Terrace" consists of three buildiugs, all connected by front porch, and contains 140 as desirable rooms as cau be found ln Southern Califor nia. Board and room 42.00 aud 82.50 per day. Liberal arrangements made with per sons desiring rooms and board by the month or year. Telephone 518. DANIEL PICKIT, Mi. KATTK V- PICKIT. Proprietor «24tf FINANCIAL. LOW KATE OF INTEREST CHARGED at Uulou Loan Office, No 3 North Main street. aBlm MONEY in LOAN ON aIOKIGaGc—MOR TIMER ,t HARRIS, Attorneys at Law, 78 t'emnli Block. tf tiiOXli tUiil TO loan —lowest in maO\JAJ\tV tcrest. Apply direct, A.J. VIELE, room 23 Schumacher Block. m3otj MONEY TO LOAIN ON REAL ESTATE iv am uuts to suit. BRODTBECK & PENNEY, No. 19N Spring St. 'ebO tf Semi-Tropic Land Co. REAL ESTATE —n%— All Parts of tbe City and County. CHOICE BARGAINS IN ALL CLASSES OF PROPERTY. Hequena St. business location, WIZj per foot. Temple street, finest residence locatlon[on street, 9133% per foot. Fine residence, 9 moms, Hill street. 815,000 Hill street, lot 60x165 leet 5,000 Best lot iv Ivanhoe 1.000 San Gabriel. 100 acres finely im proved, fine house, furnished, elegant homo and paying Invest ment 50,000 Bunker Hill, 30 feet with 5 room house, batb, stable.. 2,500 Buuker Hill, 36x115, 9 room house... 4,000 Bunker Hill, corner, 30x145, house 6 rooms, also new h«nse 3 rooms .. 5,000 Boyle Heights, 80x160 ft., house, stable . ■■■■ 1.750 Ellis tract, house 10 rooms, finely finished, lot 50x198 9.000 Olive street, lovely home, 10 rooms. 12,000 Long Beach, 10 acres, set to trees and vines Long Beach, 10 acres, with house— 2600 Loug Beach, 40 acres i-w 3200 Diamond street, ton of hill on Cable road; best bargain on the hill. 1500 San Gabriel, 360 acres, mostly in trees and vines, only 8300 per acre, worth »10CO. , 160 acres ln barley near Rosamond.. 800 Park Villa tract, beautiful lot; cheapest in the city. See it. Ohio street, new bouse; 6 rooms; near Cable road, only ■ 20C0 Alabama street, flue 10-room bouse; very chjap, only ■■ 2750 Fine lot on hill, splendid view, 70x -165 $6,000 Charming home on hill. 84x165, 9 room house, best finish 13,000 Hope street, nice home, lot 60x166, house 6 rooms i»,v«' 8,000 Fine house, 16 rooms, Bunker Hill, furnished pays 15 per cent, in price 12,000 Texas street, right side, fine lot, only 1,000 AZUSA PROPERTY. VERNON PROPERTY —SEE LIST AT— 106 N. Nprlne; St., Temple Rloclt. GEO. W. BURTON. mtOU MtSCELLAIVKOIIW. 1887 spring! summer 1887 C L OTHIIST GJ- E. ADAM'S the Orie-Price Clothing House STYLISH AND PERFECT-FITTING CLOTHINU ™ be bought at LOWEST THICK;!. We offer tbe following tpaoial inducemeuts: 125 BUSINESS SUITS AT ?10 00 IMPORTED CHEVIOT SUITS AT.*!* 12 50 75 ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE STITS*AT *12 50 Worth $20. OCR FINK LINK OF IMPORTED DIAGONALS CASSIMERES AND CORKSCREWS Are Equal to Tit llor-Vlndc Uanncnts. We Have Them in SACKS and FROCKS at BEDROCK PRICES. STRAW HATS AT 25Cts. AND UPWARDS. '■'his is Undoubtedly one of tlie Greatest Bargain Sales. BE SURE TO CALL. E. ADAM, No. IS South Spring Street, I_os Angeles, Cal. 117-."m :m:. C 3-. WILLARD ;BI*CCESSOR TO ALBEE & WILLARD.) BARGAINS ! •ttOO—Corner let,oixl66,oa Washinjtonst. i »UOO each—The best lots In tho City Center #2000—S.une sire, adjoining. . Tract. ■ I *0<» each—Fine lots on Boufallonve. S3TOO—Lot 6'Jxlf 5, on west side Hill st on Olivo st. This is a a , gOO-Cor. lot on Grand aye., clean side. Wl2OO-Lot cor.'Bencon and Ninth sts. Sl63o—Fine lot adjoining the above. oiiuO each— Six fine lots adjoining on Bca- SI7SO Each—Big lots on Hope St. con st. SIBUO—IO2 feet front on Ninth st. ißtoOO—Corner Adams and Figueroa, 100- •8000— Bargain on Washington St., 105x176 foot front. ou the corner. It 11, COO—Best alfalfa ranch in the county IMf Besides the above I have the remaining lots in the Ellis Tract, which are every oue of them choice ior building speculation. I am selling the cheapest tract of lots on the east sine of the river forSSMO to 8350 per lot; $100 down, balance $20 per mouth. I have a few flue houses and improved places which will suit you for homes. My specialty has always been flue acre property and tracts for subdivision, and I have the best in the city. M. G WILLA RD, No. :!H>., 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 _AJI 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. J9sT"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. 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 oflice. A separate certificate given with each deed. ' Address the proprietors, H. H. BOYCE, Box 1316, or C. J. RICHAKDS, Box 1450, Los Angeles. FRANK McCOYE. 23 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, or WRIGHT & BARTLEY, 115 W. First St., Los Angeles. mr22-lm FIVE-ACRE TRACTS. BY DIRECTION OF Mr. C. F. Bragg, the Purchaser, WE HAVE SUBDIVIDED ISO ACRES OF THE A-BOV* TRACT INTO Twenty-Four Five-Acre Tracts, and Offer Them at $150 Per Acre One third casb, and balance on reasonable time. This is the choicest land of the whole HcDONALD Tract. FRANK McCOYE m 27 23 Nortta Spring Street.