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DAILY HERALD.
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Lred to execute all kind, of Job work In a
Haerlor manner. Special attention wUI |
L riven to commercial and legal printing.
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Notice to Mail Subscribers.
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Los Angeles Daii.v H«r»i.d
wUI be promptly discontinued hereafter
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Evince. This rule is Inflexible.
AVERS & LYNCH.
We have received another large
instalhnent of the Illustrated Her
ald, and orders for this matchless
presentation of the resources and
attractions of our section will be now
•lied as soon as sent in.
The Weakness of His Strength.
The San Francisco muu«™
from a recent article in the Albany
Argtu a paragraph extolling Fresi
dent Cleveland, and setting forth the
lact that his straightforward and pa
triotic administration of the govern
ment has given him a strength with
the people that will go far to make
him the choice of the Democratic
party for re-nomination. The A rgus
states only the truth when it says
that President Cleveland has exhib
ited the highest executive qualities in
the administration of his great office.
His firmness, his industry, his sin
gleness of purpose, his public fore
sight, his keen perception of the
right, bis devotion to principle, his
ins tinctive Americanism, his purity
and integrity, have all won to him
the good opinion of the people, re
gardless of party prejudices. What
ever antagonism has been evoksd is
that which arises from the unsuccess
ful office-seekers of his own party;
bat these are a mere drop in the
bucket of public opinion. Jhe coun
try appreciates his worth, and if he
should desire a re-nomination, which
nothing he has so far done or
said indicates, he would be like
ly to get it. It is a dread
of the possibility that Cleveland may
be the Democratic Standard-bearer
in 1888 which causes the Chronicle, at
this unseasonable time to endeavor
to depreciate the services and under
rate the .strength of the President.
Disappointed Democrats have in
veighed against him for not turning
Republicans out of office and putting
his own partisans in. The Chronicle
however, has i failed to read the
Cleveland administration in this
light. It denounces him for doing
the very thing that the disappointed
Democratic office-seekers inveigh
against him for not doing. It finds
that Cleveland has been disloyal to
tbe principle of civil-service reform,
and has missed no opportunity to
supplant Republican officials with
Democrats. 3U"There is no postoffice
so small," says] the Chronicle, "that
Secretary Vilaslhas not found it and
assigned it to some good Democrat."
This is an unfortunate declaration for
the Chronicle. We need go no far
ther than Los Angeles to show that
it is not true, for a, Republican post
master still holds the fort here. What
ever may be urged against President
C leveland, it is certain that haste to
tarn the Federal offices over to Dem
ocrats has not been a characteristic
merit of his administration. We be
lieve that he would have.better con
sulted the interests of his party and
his own had he followed out the
policy of the early Presidents and
placed Democrats in all the respon
sible offices instead of continuing in
power men who are inimical to his
administration and bound to do
everything they can to make it a
failure. Had he done this there
would have been less personal dis
satisfaction,m Democratic ranks than
now 1 exists. His policy in this re
spect has elicited no gratitude from
those who have profited by it, and the
animadversions on his administra
tion by Republicans will not be les
sened a whit by his viper-warming
process; and the Republican press,
instead of giving him credit for his
leniency, will follow in the wake of
the Chronicle and falsely denounce
him for carrying out to its fullest ex
tent the Jacksonian policy that "to
the victors belong the spoils."
Colonki. Warino is considered the
beat authority in the (United States
on the subject of sewerage of cities.
He is now in San Diego devising a
plan for that city, and will doubtless
give our prosperous neighbor data
upon this important subject which
will be of incalculable value.
Would it not ba well for the Mayor
mud Common Council of Los Angeles
to invite Colonel Waring to visit this
city and obtain from his special
knowledge and experience advice
upon a permanent system of sewer
age lor Los Angeles. We have had
■many official and non-offi«ial reports
•od disquisitions upon ting subject
from persons competent and other
wise. When General Alexander was
here a yen or eight years ago to ex
amine oar river and determine upon
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. APRIL 17. 1887.
knowledge of English was not satisfac
tory to himself, he gave a pioture of the
country Id the graceful language of Cat
tile. He alto promised to bring his wife
to Riverside to show her tbe new para
dise that had once been to him a purga
tory.
our water supply and the best mode
i f distribution, incidentally gave
out some about sewerage.
His plan, at that time only contem
plated the wants of a city not half the
present size of Los Angeles, and
ended merely in the carrying of the
sewage to the sandy plains below the
city. A more elaborate and far
reaching system i» now in order.
Colonel Waring's views on the subject
at the present time would perhaps
result in great and permanent bene
fit to us.
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 tbe increased travel
east bound. This oompany isalso running
dail. emigrant tourist cars direct from Los
Angeles to Kansas City.
It Del-go-Shar."
Don't forget this beautiful tract in Al
hambra, if you are seeking a profitable in
vestment.
jtvns'i New Departure.
H. Jevnc. fancy grocer, 38 snd 40 North
Spring slreet, on Thursday received througn
Sherwood & Sherwood, importers, a con
signment of Peek, Frein & Cos. fancy bis
cults. These gnods c mprise the the choic
est selection of tbe far-famed manufacturers
and are put up In th > latest arid most im
proved style The bill called for over 000
tins, which iv themselves are worthy of
passln* notice. Thefe goods ll ft London in
February and reached here vlaNew O'lcaua
in perfect condition.
South Los Angeles, only 38 Lots
Unaold.
For maps of this beautiful addition to the
City, apply lo tbe Southern California Laud
Co., Baker Block.
Elsie Reynolds-Materializing
thi« Sunday evening at 856 Bouth bprtng
street.
Tbe Ureal Excursion.
The great, grand, gala day and auction
«ileatSan Bernardino on the 30th of ibis
month-John C. Bell, the auctioneer, ex
tends a cordial invitation to the ladies aud
gentlemen of San Diego, Riverside, Los An
eeles. and all way stations to attend the
auction sale on that day; reduced rates for
the round trip. Friends and business peo
ple will all meet in uni in at the beautiful
Sau Berdardino and parfke of a fine lunch
together on the arrival of all tbe trains. A
band accompanies the excursion. As soon
as lunch is over the sale will commence.
Removed-
Office of the Travelers' Insurance Com
pany of Hartford has been removed from
No. 6 to No. 10 Commercial street.
W. J. Brodrick, Agent.
Snutb Loa Angeles. Only 38 Lots
Vnaold.
For maps of this beautiful addition to the
City, apply to the Southern California Laud
Co., Baker Block.
The Mechanics' Inatliute
Has again awarded the . Fredericksburg
Brewing Company the two first priz.s
for best export aud draught lager.
Always Successful.
The immense business of the Southern
California Land Company, of Baker Block,
is a continual success. Anti-boom prices
prevail. Tho South Los Angeles lots are
selling very rapidly.
Removal.
The old established fire iasurauce agency
of Wm. J. Brodrick has been removed from
No. ti to No. 10 Commercial street.
lor Sale Cheap.
ICO.OOO blue gums, six to eight inches
high, transplanted iv boxes, with ball of
earth on roots. Address,
G. W. Ford, Santa Ana, Cal.
No Hills or Ravines.
The most charming avenue that leads
irom the city takes you straight to South
Los Augeles, through orange orchards and
gardens, on a perfectly level rosd, without
hill or ravine. Lots are not thousands of
dollars; only U6O in installments, without
interest.
Anti-Boom Prices.
The South Los Angeles lots at »160, with
handsome improvements, put to the blush
the exaggerated prices of far away villages
; in embryo.
I south l os Angeles. Only 38 Lots
Unsold.
For map« of this beautiful addition to the
City, apply to the SouthernCslifomia Laud
Co., Baker Block.
Bemoval
The old established fire insurance agency
of Wm. J. Brodrick has been removed from
No. 6 to No. 10 Commercial street.
Cane Presentation.
"Where did you get that elegant silver
headed cane?' "Why, it was given to me,
and a nice present it is. They give a cane
to each purchaser of a hat at the Chicago
Hat Store, 35 N Main s reet.
Bemoval.
The old established fire insurance agency
of Wm. J. Brodrick has been removed from
No. 6 to No. 10 Commercial street.
Grand Ball.
Paradise Lodge, No. 74. B. of R. R. 8., at
Armory Hall, Main street, Monday evening,
April 18th. Tickets admitting lady and gen
tlemen 11.00. Grand March at 9p. M. Tick
ets for sale at tYe Popular Hat Biore, No. 17
North Spring street
Lordeburg.
Have you seen that beautiful laid out
town.
Theater Tralna
To and from Los Angeles from Santa Monica
on Thursday evenings.
General Vandeveu's counsel yes
terday placed an old codger on the
stand who swore that he was one
hundred and six years old, and that
he sold his vote at the last election
fjr two dollars and a half. But he
said, regretfully, that this was the
first time he had ever exchanged his
franchise for coin of the realm. We
presume his regret was caused by
realizing at this late day how much
wealth he had lost by failing to enter
the vote market in the days of his
youth. For eighty-five years this
exemplary citizen has lost money at
every election. Had he, during all
that time, voted early and often,
what a bloated millionaire might he
not be now if he had placed the in
crement of his election gains in Los
Angeles corner lots! It mußt be sad
to look back at wasted opportunities
like this when one waits till his 100>th
year before he gets his eye-teeth cut
to the commercial value of the elec
tive franchise.
The Board of Trade, at a special
meeting held yesterday afternoon,
passed a strong resolution against a
strict interpretation by the Commis
sioners of the Inter-State Commerce
law, and framed a message which
was sent to them, asking for a suspen
sion of section 4 of the act until the
people can be heard from. We hope
that this action of the Board of Trade
will be followed by similar protests
from every town and city in the State
injuriously affected by the appalling
interpretation plased upon this law.
It has taken a generation of energy,
ability and American enterprise to
build up California into a proud, pro
gressive and opulent State. It is not
conceivable that an error of legisla
tion should be permitted to destroy it
in a minute. It would hardly be a
picture worthy of the nineteenth cen
tury to pee another Marius weeping
over the ruins of our California Car
tilages.
It can hardly be pleasant for
General Vandevnr and his counsel to
find that they have to depend upon
the testimony of ex-convicts to bolster
up their case. Yesterday a man who
had been employed to drive a Demo-
cratic wagon on election day swore
that he voted the Democratic ticket
under a promise of pay for his
suffrage, but never got the money.
On cross-examination he admitted
that he had served a term in San
Quentin for robbery. We understand
that among the witnesses they have
subpu'naed there are several more
merry boys who have served the
State in requital of their crimes.
Their testimony will be strong in
asseveration, but weak in verity.
*,We have had over sixteen inches of
rainfall this year. That settles the
dry-year question, and gives us eleven
successive seasons of adequate mois
ture to raise bountiful crops. It used
to be the fashion to consider Southern
California a country subject to fre
quent drouths. But eleven wet years
in succession ought to be sufficient to
dispel this untenable delusion.
During the eleven prosperous years
our section has enjoyed, every State
in the Union east of the Rockies has
had from one to three seasons of
drouths, floods, cyclones, grasshop
pers or other disastrous visitations
that have caused agricultural dis
tress.
"Wants," " Personals," and other adver-
I tlsements nnder the following heads in
serted at tne rate of 5 cents per line for
each Insertion.
WA»TEU-II KliP.
ANTED—GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework in a family of four. Ap
ply 210 East Fifth street. apr!7 3t
ANTED—PRESSMAN FOR JOB PRESS
cc. Apply at Los Angeles Printing
Company. al6-tt
ANTED IM Mhl > 1 .\TE I, V— AT THE
Diamond House. 273 North Main
street, a yonth from 16 to 20, with good hab
its and first-class references, residing with
his parents, to be employed in tho store.
a! 5 3t
WANTED— HELP Al EMPIRE STEAM
LAUNDRY, 100 Eh-i Pedro st. all 4t
WANTED— IH.AMS riiK GRADING. AP
ply to E. C. BCRLLNQAME, No. 8,
Beaudrv avenue. . ml9-lm
SITUATIONS WANTED.
WANTED—SITUATION IN A GROCKRY
" or iruli house by a young man of ex
perience. Address A C J, Hkkai.d office.
apr!72t
WANTED-BY Al BOOKKEK! Ktt AND
expert accountant, permanent situa
tion; fifteen years'experience; un.-xcep
lional city references; moderate .alary. .Ad
dress P. G. EDDY & CO., 10 West First
street. aprl7 7t
TJI7ANI BP —ITUATION BY A COMPE
v V tent young man, sb copyist, or writing
clerk; salary no object. Address at once,
J. W. II , box 80. Pomp on. apr!7
WAWTKO—MI SCULLAIMEOUS.
W ANTE D—COLLATEKAL~ TO LOAN
' I money on, at Union Loan Office. No. 3
North Main street. aS-lnl
\V T ANTED TO RENT SIIE D
if house,s to 7 rooms; must be rJrst class,
good location, within two blocks of street
Cars. Address at once, L. M. HOLMES, 2ro
Upper Main street. apr!7 It
WANTED— TWO GOOD HOUSES, FOR
express; also one for buggy. Apply to
GEO W. MEADE & CO., corner Virgin and
Upper Main streets. alO-tf
WANTED— PUPILS FOR PIANO, OR
gan and voice taught In the most thor
ough manner. Terms, 15 per mouth. Be
ginners, in classes of two or three, $3 per
month. Satisfaction guaranteed or money
refunded. For particulars call at 149 Wall
street. fe»tt
WANTED— ALL THOSE WHO HAVE
bargains in real estate to call to see
me or send deseripflon. T. B. McDonald,
Rooms 81 and 32 Law Building, entrance on
New Hie* or Temple streets. Apt-
ANTEJ>—HOUSE"?'OR 8 ROOMS WI f H
modern conveniences In good location;
must be first class in every particular.
TREUTLEN A DRONILLARD, 116 W. First
street. apetl
VI7ANTED —HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOE
Yv empty beer bottles ln any cjusntlties.
BTEINIKE A- BRUNING, 822 North Alame
da street. tf
We reproduce elsewhere an excel
lent article from the Southern Cali
fornia Practitioner on the subject of
the insanity plea in murder cases. It
is about time that the morbid sym
pathy so frequently manifested for the
worst class of murderers should re
ceive some check, and that tbe insan
ity plea—always the defense when
the murder is inexcusable and un
provoked—should give way to the
demands of justice and the security
of human life.
Gen. M. G. Vallejo.
At tbe closing exercises of tbe Fruit-
Growers' Convention at Riverside, the
venerable Gen. M. G. Vallejo made a
most amusing speecb. He stated that
sixty-live years ago he came to the place
where Riverside now is, and there wei
no river and uo side either; all tbe
country seemed to bo rock and cactus,
and thorns. Now, he found the Yankees
had made it into heaven. He was then a
young man and in company with a
Padre and Franoisco Maria Luiz to hold
a meeting with a large tribe of the San
Jacinto Indians in San Jacinto Valley and
on the way paa-ed through what was
now a paradise but then seemed more
like hell. He invited the conveniion
wbc i next it met, to come to Santa
Rosa, in Sonoma County, where he
promised there wonld be room for all.
Tbe General remembered many yeara
ago telling Captain W. T. Sayward,
when be asked bim about tbe irrigating
systems of Old .Spain and Mexico, and
after getting tbe desired information in
forming the General that he
was going to put the inform
ation gained in practice at Riverside, that
he laughed at the Captain and to Id him
that ha had seen that land and that it
was purgatory. But now he had seen
with his own oyes what had been
wrought, and that the laugh was now
on him and not on Capt. Say ward.
The General is now nearly 100 yean
old, but is fall of vivacity and quaint
hue»or, and kept the convention i a
laughter duriag his remarks, As his
BAHUAINK IK BEAL ESTATE.
i
1 front Santa Monica. A. J. VHtLK, Room J
23Schnmachrr Hloek. apri7 7t
LlO s BALIt-iOO aCKKS, ADJOINING "
l! 81aussou's aew towu at Azus-i at 8100; 1
Terms, 20 per cent; balance, one, two and ;
threo years. W. D. ROOT, 25 -
OR"BALa,-2tt TcKETaTooIMMJ THE {
Ballona harbor; good for suhdlvi- 1
► ion; for a few days at »H0 an a , r ". '
select lots at Cucsmnngaon easy terms. « .
aores close to the A. T. and S ». K. B_ be I
tween Pomona aud Ciarcmout, at sl io nn |
acre. A paying variety business on First
street for aliont sltW. A restauraut and
lodging business In Pasadena lor aliont (
Jli.oo. We have splendid bargain! in Azusa, .
Anaheim, Monrovia, Pasadena, Pomuna,
etc. and in the city. LLOYD, YORBA A ;
CO , 23i North Maiu street, Baker Block. «
Branch office. Monrovia. Cal uH-lm <
TjjVJR - SALE—10 AC RES AT AZUSA. WITH ,
L house of 3 roiims, good well or water |
with pump, family orchard in Dearinr, (
ab iudacce ditch water and close to sphoi'l .
house, postotllce, etc. Price, 52000. «. v.
ROOT, 25 Temple St «
fjlOR BALK-80 ACKESNEAUG!.'• NDORA, i
JT good improvements, watertight, good '
choice location lor subdivision. Price
190,000. Fine corner near the I nlycrsit;. I
containing?!, acres, only one block Irom I
the proposed Vermont street car Hue. A 1
few chni •clots iv Fairmouut tract. J • ■A. I
MORGAN. No. 9 N Main strict. Anr. IS-tf i
TVoKSaLE—"LAM», »• PftK ACuc. S.IL
£ very rich, sandy loam. Easy M'nu
Also, location made nn som.i very choice i
land. 20 Downey Block. aW 1
Syfifi WILL BUY 480 ACRES. SOIL
<UU very rich. R.oni 20, Downey
av»rl2-tf
luk SAi.tiN iit.iois iosi ir,»7o pn.il ;
-P acre, Id miles from Los Angeles, near •
ocean. W. K. WALTERS. Wilmington, or
DeLACY -t MAI.COLM=ON, 25 le'"'''"
street. *""
Y?6R"~sXLE- ti UslNfcso t:oRNEi. SAOiNG
T on two prominent streets. Apply i"7
Sixth street n _i?L.
|_X>R b_ST BARGAIN i IN REAL ES t'A l E
JP seeG. W. BI'RTON, 106 Nortu spring •
street, Temple Block; maltf
PARCBLB, AGUIBBB & CO , HAVE FOR
sale, at special bargains, lots in the Fitz
gerald tract, ou Ninth street, at 10 to 30 per
cent less than surrounding properly, for a
few days ouly; also long list of city and
country property at low rates. 12 Court
street. mll-tf
FARMS AND TOWN LOIS—FARMS OF
all sizes, from five to sixteen hundred
acres of land for sale; one of 800 acres a spe
cial bargain; also town lots In the Iron Sul
phur Springs Tract. New life in and near
this family resort, incident .0 the coming of
the railroads. Tbe best of natural mineral
waters and baths. C. T. WIDNEY & CO.,
Fnlton Wells P.O. Cal. uo2ltf
B|tSlT\l>X CHANGE*.
ITIOK SALE: —mr-.INr.SS CORNER. ON
1 First street, in same block as uew sauia
FC depot. This will become variable busi
ness piopertv. it wl'l be offered low for a
few aays by'FORRESTER st SMITH, No. li
Court street. m 22 tu-tr-su.
I ml SALE-FIRST CLASS GROCERY
' business, stock and fixtures, Invoice,
soUOO; rent only <12B; choice location aud
well ettablis'ied. only prineipa s need op
ply. Price J6OOO. W. A. MORGAN, No. 9N.
Main street. aprlStf
A THOKOCGUI, V EQl'll'l'l-.E RKSTAI -
ront, first-class ln every respect; best of
reasons given for selling Address 460 S.
I.os Aneeles street. all "t
liVoK'bale—a good-paying uCaiNbss
Jj aoout JlsoOcapital required; reason for
selling, 111-health Apply at 1120 Hill street,
city. afl I4t
ARTNER WANTe.i, TiTjOLN' TilE~A~l7
verttser, with a fewhundrsd or a thous
and dollars, !n a first-class paying business;
fullest investigation solicited and rcftreu
ces given; no previous experience necessa
ry, AddressMERCHANT, P. O Box 1194,
Los Angeles, Cal. fetal7-3mos_
ARTNERSHIP WANTED-A GENTLE
man of experience, with $1000 to 11300 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, Cal. f.-M'-omos
FOB SALE.
FOR BAU—DIAMOND, WATCHES AND
Jewelry sold low at L'nlou Loau Office,
3 North Main street; a--lm
ITiOR SALE-FINE PAIR OF WYAN-
I 1 dotte fowls and Scotch Terrier pup. S.
TYLER, Banta Monica. U_
£'OR SALE —FIRST-CLASS BOOK STORE,
paying well; grocery store paying S3OO
p?r mouth; tea store, doing well, small cap
ital required; furniture and lease of a hotel
ln a'booming town; two meat markets.
Above will bear investigation. A.J. VIELE,
Room 23. Sennmaeher Block. nprlT :t
ijHIR "SALE—NtVV UrßlGil I PI ANO;
very cheap; must be sold at once. In
quire of BRADSHAW & ZELLNER, room
23, 33 8. Spring street. a! 7
SALE-GOOD HORSE AND BUGGY;
I 1 only $150. Call at No. 65 North Spring
street. a! 7 It
FOR SALE—A PAIR OF NICE YOUNG
bruge mares, cheap. Apply to C.
Will lE, room 7, over People's Store, or 74
Dally street. a! 6 3t
ffOR SALE—A LUNCH COUNIEK. SHOW
case an J one pool table. Address "B.
G." this office. al&-7t
ijlOR SAIE-A SPAN OF MULES, HX-
Jj teen h»uds, cheap. Apply to E. A. AL
LEN, Lamanda Park a! 2 tit.
I.IOR SALb OR EXCHANGb — FUKNI
JL tun- of a 9 room house; well located
for renting rooms; .will take cheap lot iv
fiart pay; house cap be rented cheap on
ong lease. CARR A COOK, 12Court street
9 to 12 a.m. a 6tf
FltEall JBKeEY CoVts EKoJI *t.u up
wards, kind and gentle. WILLIAM
NILES, E. Washington, near Main street
cars. mRO-lm
HOROUGHBRED HOLBTEIN BULLS,
also choice milch cows. Address J. E.
DUKKEE, Bonlta Meadows, Santa Monica
Road. m! 9 6m
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES FOR
sale cheap. FOUNTAIN SALOON, 22
North Spring street. mlB-lm
FOB BEWT—ROOMS.
j?OR RENT—TH REE^ICETITotms, BATH
" aud closets, only 97 per month. Fur
niture for sale cheap 249 Fort St. a! 7 2t
mo LEI—A FRONT FURNISHED ROOM,
J. suitable for two gentlemen, at ill South
oilwe street. Apply 17 Commercial st. al7 It
TO~LET-AT 36 CLAY STREET, BETWEEN
Third and Fourth, three furnished
rooms for gentlemen only; also two unfur
nished basement rooms for light house
keeping. »prl7-lt
|>OR RKN I—TWO UN FURNISHED FRONT
" rooms; also barn, 718 Temple St, alO
OR RENT—NICE ROOM ON BUNKER
Hill. 6. W. BURTON, 106 Noith Spring
street, Temple Block. mBltf
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO
let with board. 3f 7 Temple st. m2B-tf
E~ BURNISHED ROOMS IN THE NEW AND
elegant house, No, 606 Fort street, corner
Sixth. m9tf
FOB BUNT—HOI) SEW. ~
OR RENT-SIXTH AND HOPE STS.; A
new house of nine rooms and bath;
hot and cold water; gas; will be let to one
or two families. Apply on premises al7 2t
LtOR RENT—A FINE BAY-WINDOW COT-
J 1 tage of six rooms and modern Improve,
msntsat f9 Btinuing street. Inquire of E
BOOTH, with Jacoby Bros., Temple Block.
apr!7 4t
r| \ j LE 1— HO USE 6V 4 ROOMS, Wi llT" b
L acres; $10 per month. Apply to Chas.
V. Hall, room 5, 41 South Bpricg street, be
tween 9 and 12 a. m. apro-lmo
FO R B E fii'T —HII«JE L $. A M EOIJ S .
rpo I ET—ONE-HALF OF STORE; SPLEN
i did location for barber or tailor. En
quire Monday, 314 South Main st. «17 lt_
TO LET-2 NEW 81 ORES AT NOS 260
and 262 Spring street, near Fourth. Ap
ply to WM. Mclean, on the premises.
aplti 3t
STORES TO KENT—ON MAIN STREET.
Apply to MARK Q. JONES, offices 1 and
2_Jones' Block. 75 N. Spring Bt. _ati-tf
IVOR BENI— AT FKOM H IU $20 PER
I year; safe deposit boxes in absolutely
fire and burglar prool chrome steel vault.
Inspection invited. THE CHILDRESS
SAFE DEPOSIT BANK, 87 South Spring st.
fr1,12 tf
HOAttl> A> U LIIUUI.MI,
TJOOMS"AND _ BOARi) ; -- ; TOURI3TS"CAN
XL be accommodated during the summer
months, by the day or week, at a first-class
private boarding house. 923 Hyde street,
cor. Pine and San Francisco.
nnr4 lm MBS. E. I Blinn»ltT.
BOARD AND it GO Mo IN IHE NH.W AND
elegant house No. 606 Fort street, corner
Sixth. m2-'-tf
BKLLi-. V Lin TUKKAGE, HOKMEKLY
Pleklt Villa, «W Pearl atreet, br» Afrge
les, Cal. The finest location ln the city;
take Sixth street oars. "Bellevue Terrace"
consists of three buildings, all connected
by front porch, and contains 140 as deslr«*-'»
rooms as oan be found in Southern r ' for
ma. Board and room SK.OO and *' CO per
day. Liberal arrangements row with per
sons desiring rooms and boa -' by the month
or year. Telephone 61A. I AMBL fiCKIT,
Mrs. KATIE B. PICKIT. Pi Dtl . u .t a24ti
Better Accommodations.
ISISCBLLANEOCS.
K.adam's
One-Price Clothing House!
WILL tiIVE YOU MOODS AT THEIR TRI E VALUE.
Our fine Hue of Csssimere Suits in sack*, frocks and 4-button cutaways are selling
faster than we ever expected ami arc unsurpassable iv Ot and finish.
OTJH PRICES
Dernoraliio completely our competitors. We will show you this week :
»18 Suits for S 7 80
Sl5 Sulta for SIO OO
»20 Sulta for SIS SO
•6 Vasslraere Pants for * 4 OO
FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS
At Prices Low Enough for Everybody !
Country orders receive our prompt aud careful attention. Be sure to call at
gat-I.. AD im*9, Plain-Figure lleult-r
No. IB South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
f!7-3m
D^.GhWILLAIRID
(SUCCESSOR TO ALBEE A WILLARD.)
BaEGAINS!
S22oO—Corner lot,Mxi66,on Washington st. HMSOO caoh—Tho best lots in the City Center
SSOOO—Same sise, adjoining. Tract.
»I SOO each—Fine lots on Bousallo aye. 83700—Lot OOxlf 5, on west side Hill St.
ou Olive st. This is a r*lBoo-Cor. lot on Grand aye., clean side.
»1200-Lot B cor!'Beacon aud Ninth sts. Sl6so—Fine lot adlolning the above.
MM) each—Six flue lots adjoining ou Beat« 1750 Each—Big lota on Hope st.
con st. SlBoo—lo2 feet front on Ninth st.
S i^OO—corner Adams aud Figucroa, 106- S3ooo—Bargain on Washington St., 105x17ft
foot front. on tho corner.
SI I,ooo—Best alfalfa ranch in the county
tmY~ Besides the above I have the remaining lots lv the Ellis Tract, which are every
one of them choice for building speculation. I am selling the cheapest tract of lots on
tbe east side of the river tor $300 to S3.VJ per lot; $100 down, balance $20 per month. I
have a few fine hou-es and Improved places which will suit you for homes. My specialty
has always been flue acre property and tracts for subdivision, aud I have the best in
the city.
M. Gr WILLAED,
No. ;!C' ; North Sprint Street....... Loa Angeles, Cal.
One Hundred Farms!
s
OF
40 ACRES EACH, FOR SALE,
Being a Choice Body of Level Land, Consisting of
4200-BROAD ACRES-4200
All XTticier Cviltivation,
AND THE MOST OF IT NOW COVERED WITH A PROMISING
GROWTH OF BARLEY. IT IS A SUBDIVISION OF
the Mcdonald teact
IN THE RANCHO SAN PEDRO,
Eight Miles and a Half Sooth 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.
flaT™ 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
office. A separate certificate given with each deed.
Address the proprietors,
H. H. BOYCE, Box 1316, or
C. J. RICHARDS, Box 1450, Los Angeles.
FHAISTK 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 Vat ACRES O* THE ABOVE TRACT INTO
Twenty -Four Five-Acre Tracts, and Offer Them at $150 Per Acre
One-third cash, and balance on reasonable time. This is the oholcest land of the
whole Mcdonald Tract.
FRANK McCOYE
__tj aa North spring Street.
PEBBOWAL.
ERSONAL—GO TO THE UNION LO AN
Office lor bargains in Jewelry, 3 North
Main street. <»lffl
EKB U N A L— AMERICAN WAICUEB
sold cheap at Union Loan Office, 3
NTlb Man street. _sS lm
MRS. PARKER—IN DEPJtN DUN C SLA lE
writer and test medium. Gives full
names ol spirit friends. Consultations ou
business speculations, mineral, lawsuits,
removals, love, marriage, absent friends,
diseases, etc. Developing clnss Thursdays,
3 p. M., 28 South Spring street, room 8, •-• a.
m. to a p. M mil lm
R37~M MAJIBnALL, " T EAC HE •> a Nli
practitioner of Metaphysical Scienoe
or Christian Ilealin;, room 11. Foster !U ek,
Main street; mt
•E WORTH FREE. SUPERB DEVKLOP
«?'J meut of lorm and limbs, a pure, lovely f
complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect
health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air
pumps. Book on "Phvsinal Culture" free.
OK. L. C. HARMON, 313 Halglit street, San
Francisco. Cal. DOM ly
rilK Stl.H- VHr t'roiierly
nuKAUSi U)l HIK A lIDME IN iHE
V.' city; covered with fruit trees; in one of
>ne most, beautiful parts of tho city; nlso
flue farm, (town with grain aud other pro
duce, and must bo sold at once, gentleman
leaving for the East. II you want a bargain
apply at once. CLKRK A CO., 222 Downey
avenue. East 1 os Angeles. aprl7tf_
(,'Ull SALE-A MoK LUl', COVERED
V with choice fruit trees, between Maiu
street and Grand avenue, only S6OU: teims i
easy. See MILLER A UXKBIOTT, 239 North I
Main street. a 2Z If _
RESIDENCE FOR BALSI—HOUBB NO.
818 W. Fourth street, Lis Angeles. Lot
4jx120; house 11 rooms. Apply to Box 8,
South Pasadena. a!0-14t
h <Ub> BAAJt—O* luX rSsl ALL-EN r
U plan, house ol 5 rooms near Temple
street cable road; 8400 cash, halauee *25 per
month. ROCHESTER, HUNTINGTON _
LAY TON 31 w. First street. aßtf
tftOß SALE—II6xI79 <>n Graud avenue ,
C cheap. FRANK McCOYE. 23 N. epring
street ni tf
TjiOß SALE —BEAUTIFUL LOT HILL
P street near Eleventh, cheap. FRANK
McCOYE,J>3 N. Spring street. _in2tf
■ .TOR SAI.E—CHOitiK LOT IN IHE
J? Childs tract, ou electric railroad line.
FRANK McCOYE, 23 N. Spring sfeet. m 2 f
l Olt HALE — t'oiintrf Froperty
FOR SALE—I6O ACRES OF LAND, ALSO
Forest Dairy, containing cows, horses,
wagons, route aud cans, otc. Inquire at
GREEN MEADOW, 1 mile west of school
house, or aldress P. O. Box 741. m23-6m
Itll ICBH-HMPI.
TP YOO WANT HELP, MALE OR FE
-1 male, go or send to MADAM SMITH, 7
North Main street. _ als-lm
A" NY ANIMALS FoOSD ON TBI JONES
tract, on West Pico street, in theei clos
ure or otherwise, will be impounded.
MARK (1 JONE-t. sgeriL_ al6-gt
(»l V STK.CM DYEI-Sii" 7»jM) CLEANING
1 Works, 12 Third street. Dye works No.
bit South Los Angeles street. Dyeing and
e'eaning of every kind; made equal to uew.
Silk and parly dresses aispecialty. A. LOR
RAINE. ml2-tf
F~BED'K. PURSSORD - PROFESSIONAL
Bursa, 43 Franklin street, city. u3-lm
\I7ILL TA KE HORSE AND BUG »V ON
VV part payment on lotl. BANDHOLT A
CO., 230 North Mr.in street. m*i tf
\TOTICE TO PEoFI X REMOVING FROM
a tne city—Highest cash price paid for
all kfnns of furniture, pianos, organs. All
communications .urietlv cnnfldenil-.1. Ap
ply MERCHANT, 222 Dnwney avenue.
_ nutf
"H % iMiH,.
OW RATE OF INTEKKBT CHARGED
J at Luluu Loan GT.lce, No I North Maiu
►troet a*ltn
MONEY TO LOAN ON atORTGAGJt—MOK
TIM Ell 11AK HIS, Attorneys at Law,
7< Temple, Block. tf_
_»s)" <l t O LOAN—LO*EST I.N
-?>Z«)".\'y"l terest. Apply direct. A.J.
VIELE. ro. m 23 Sebiimnchev Blwk. m3utf
MONEY "lO LOA.N ON HEAL KBTATB
iv am tints to suit. BRoDI'BEOK A
PENNEY. No. 19 N Spring St. 'etaitf
Itl-IN TISTS.
ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 S. SPRING
street, rooms 4 aud 5.
Gold fillings from $2 up.
Amaleam aud silver fillings, $1.
Painless Exu action of Teeth by vitalized
air or nitrous oxide gas, 81.
Teeth extracted without gas or air, $ .50.
Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10, By our
methed of making teeth a misfit is impossi
ble.
We make especialty of extracting teeth
without pain.
Office hours from Ba. m. to sr. x. Sun
days from 111 a. «. to 12 M. d 7 tf
meet -
of ghosen friends.—
■i-i? Guardian Council. No. 9), meets In
fythlan Castle Hall, 24 South Sprl'K street,
the first and third TUESDAY EVENINGS
each month. Visiting friends cordially In
vited. J. H. MARSHALL, C. C.
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'EUVCAVtiipiAt..
COMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL —IN-
structlon will be given at most reason
able terms ln bookkeeplug and all grammar
and high school studies. Candidates pre
pared for college and teacher's examina
tions. Rooms Schumacher Block. L. B.
LAWSON, FRED. H. CLARK, A. M.,
Principals. tf
lost Ajyg gojrtjtjß.
FOUND— IF YOtTNEED MONEY GO TO
the Union Loan Office, No. 3 North Main
s'reet. sB-lm
SOA~ Wufl OK STOLEN. A
w_*\J small white mare; roached mane,
collar marks, and small lump on back;
brand unknown; retnrn to WM. HOLLAND
or GEORGE ERRICKB' stable, Spring street,
and receive reward. aprl7-7t
Semi-Tropic Land Co!
REAL ESTATE
—IN—
All Parts of tbe City and County.
CHOICE BARGAINS IN ALL CLASSES OF
PROPERTY.
Request— St. business location.
• 125 per foot.
Temple street, finest residence locatlon|on
street, $183% per foot.
Fine residence, 9 rooms, Hill atreet. 115,000
Hill street, lot 60x165 feet 5,000
Best lot in Ivanhoe 1,000
San Gabriel. 100 acres finely im
proved, fine house, furnished,
elegant home aud paying invest
ment 50,000
Bunker Hill, 30 feet with 5-room
house, bath, stable 2,600
Bunker Hill, 35x115, 9-room house... 4.000
Bunker Hill, corner, 30x145, house 6
rooms, also new h«use 3 rooms 6,000
Boyle Heights, 80x160 It., house,
stable • 1.760
Ellis tract, house 10 rooms, finely
finished, lot 50x168 9,000
Olive street, lovely home, 10 rooms- u.uuu
Long Beach, 10 acres, set to trees ■
Long Beach, 10 acres, with house., . 2600
Long Beach,4oacres . ■
Diamond street, too of hill on Cable
road; best bargain on the hill. low
Ban Gabriel. 360 acres, mostly In
trees and vines, only »300 per acre,
worth UOCO. „ j onn
160 acres ln barley near Rosamond.. sou
Park Villa tract, beautiful lot,
cheapest in the city. Bee it.
Ohio street, new house; t> roomß,
near Cable road, only
Alabama street, fine 10-room house,
very eh jap, only ■ ■ - •• ■ • ■ ■ i,ov
Fine lot on till, splendid fUW. W
Charming borne'on'hilt 84x165, 9
room house, best finish ..... 13.<»0
Hope street, nice home, lot 60x166,
house Brooms aiU_ - ain' '
Fine house, 16 rooms, Bunker Hill,
furnished pays 16 per cent. In price li.ouo
Texas "treel, flght side, fine lot, only 1,000
AZUSA PROPERTY. VERNON PROPERTY ,
—SEE LIST AT—
108 N. sprlug St., Temple Black.
GEO. W. BURTON.
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