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DAILY HEBAT.D. PUBLISHED . g « :^ James j. ayers AVERS & LYNCIi Purushkbb DELIVERF/) *V CARRIERS At tOe per Wen*, or BCtc per month TERMS BY V All, WCLUOMO POSTAGE. Daily HERvLm ooe year . «J „ h Daily Herald, six months. J ~ 5 P.ily HKBALn. three mown* WEtXLY B»n«u>, oue year.. J ~„ •weekly Herald, six months Weekly llnui.n. three months Illustrated Ukraid, per cop; The crucial LHt of Letteri re»«laiwf '° the PostotV.ce is published m ihe Herald on Headers. —— fT« bay» received another large installment of the Illustrated Hkk ald, and orders for this matchless presentation of the resources and attractions of our section will be now filled as soon as sent in. The Waring System. No v that Mayor Workman is au thorized to advise with Colonel War ing the eminent sanitary engineer, upon the best plan of sewerage for (hie City, it is in order to give our readers some idea of his system. It was adopted Ln Memphis in 1880, and that city has never since had a revere recur rence oi the terrible epldemlj which visited it in 1878. It has also been introduced in a number of other cities and towns east of the Mississippi. It consists of large main drains into which ibx-inuhdrains are led from the side streets. These lateral drains are reached by four-inch drains from the houses, and these are extended to the tips of the houses and out from the roofs, where they are open-ended and furnish ventilation for the sewer. No rain water is i.dmitted to the sewers, which are so small that very little water serves to flush them thoroughly. In some instances the entire flow from two or three houses is sufficient to flush the whole sewer. However, at the head of each sewer is plated a small automatic flush tank, and this is filled with water, say twice a day. When filled it discharges by its own weight in from forty to fifty seconds, and the entire pipe is swept clear of all obstructions by tho weight of the water. This, in brief, is Colonel Wanng's sauitury sewer system for cities. 01 course it is more or lets changed or modi tied to suit the topography of the cities to which it is applied. But its great advantage In a sanitary point of view is that it does away with the danger from sewer gas, all of which escapes in the atmosphere above the roofs of the houses, and the constant Hushing prevents the accumulatii n in the pipes of disease breeding matter. In a letter received here yester day by Dr. Walter l.indley, Colonel George K. Waring says: ".Should my services be 'needed in Los Au geles, I could at least make a pre liminary examination and report by stopping over early next week on my way to San Francisco." Colonel Waring is an honorary member of the Royal Institute of Engineers (Holland), Feilow of the Sanitary Institute of Great Britain, and corresponding member of the American Institute of Architects. His business is Consulting et ,:'neer for works of sanitary and agriculture. His home is Newport, R. L His book on tbe' Sanitary Drainage of Cities and Towns" is the highest authority. It seems that the Canadian Pacific ttailrcad's lates'are such that goods can be shipped across the continent on that line at from £44 to $188 less per car load than the Inter-state Commerce rates established by Amer ican Pacific railroad lines. Here is a competition which will of necessity force our own roads to present tremendous rates. They can-1 not hold out against them. If they t refuse to regulate their schedule in i accordance with the charges oi the j Canadian road, shippers this side j of British Columbia will soon take j advantage of those rates, and bring j their meretiandise from tbe Kast in] bonded cars over the foreign railway. That will be another curious and startling effect, if it be the effect, of tbe iiew law to regulate inter-state commerce. In Hie meantime, how ever, we have every reason to believe tbat relief is close at hand. The prevailing opinion among merchants in San Francisco and in ithis city is that the present rates will be modi fied in some way. Nobody pretet ds to know exactly how it will be done, but there is an abiding faith that it •will be done. Perhaps we may look for an early suspensi ->n of tlio fourth section as applied to the Pacific Coast, for a dispatch informs us that the agent of the Transcontiantal roads is to be heard by the Commis sioners on Thursday. Thk London Timet is placed in a most unenviable position. The let ter published by that paper on the eve of a great parliamentary event for the purpose oi prejudicing the Irish leaHeis with the public, and thus aiding in the passage of the Coercion Bill, turns out to be a forgery. Parnell denounces it as such, and declares that he never wrote or ei(?ned such a letter. Mr. Began, to -whom the letter purports to have been written, also pronounces it a forgery, and declares that he never received iuch a letter from Parnell. The sentiments contained in the let ter are not natural to Mr. Parnell's character, and are repugnant to his public declarations at the time of ttie Phienix Park murders, which he denounced in no uncertain terms. | Enlightened public opinion every-j LOS ANGELES DAILY- HEKALD. APRIL 20, 1887, tu nof tho year on Busb street. Onecf them is the great printing house of Hi S. Ciooker&Co. It is of Ban Jo c ; stone and pressed brick, five stories high, an<t i it is in all probability the handsomest and m >st complete edifice of the kind ;n the world. A pleasing effect in the j fae de is achieved by alternating Folsom , nnd Rocklin granite. lis neigh- i b >r. eeiually attractive of its kind ia of iron, aud was built by Roseusiock. Great improvements have ; been made, and aro being made, on Mar ket street. Resent instances am tho Odd Fellow*', Murphy, ami Pnelan build- : ings—all mammoth in siz-s aud uuii|Uf iv design. Mr. K. J. Baldwin is pre paring to build on a great scale on hie Market street property. Bancroft has about flubbed the successor to his o'el ■tore and printing home, and it vies with the Crocker building iv extent and ele gance, aud, I may aehl, in novelity of de sign. The Uuioti Foundry Block, comer ot First and Mission street!, and belong ing to tb6 estate of Peter Donahue, is just about approaching completion. It is the largest business block on the Pa cific Coast, being 275x1371 feet. It is a : model cf its kind I have not started out to give a mere inventory of expensive buildings, or I eoulel Increase the list Very greatly. My design is simply to point out tho fact that San Francisco U advancing very raoidly, and that her own people have every confi enee in her future. Outsiele of business blocks, large amounts cf money are being invested in private edi fices, many of them of great splendor. The most notable instance of the kind is tho honse lately erected by Mr. J. C. Flood, on Nob Hill. It is of a chaste a id elegant design, and is built of brown stone, which gives it a great advantage over the handsome, but meretricious houses of the railway magnates, whioh adjoin it. Raskin, the Heualu's read ers will renumber, admits of no archi tectural dignity that is not consecrated by marble or seme other stone. How ever, his rigid canons are nowhere ad hered to on the Pacific Coast. Flood, In addition to having already erected a palace on Nob Hill, has brought almost to the point of completion a mammoth warehouse on Market street, six stories iv height, bnilt of brick and iron, which is 193x163 feet. I may remark, in pass ing, that this street now affords one of the most imposing perspectives I can re call of any American city, the tall tow • ers of the Murphy, Baldwin, Phelan and other buildings looming up in very effective style. Not, only are tbe building interests of Sau Francisco in a Vigorous oondition but her ship yards are once again res ponsive to the progress whioh is ebrou icled from every ipuorter of the Slate-. At the North beach the merry ring of the hammer of tbe btalwart mechanic is daily heard, from "early morn to dewy eve." Three large vessels are be ing built there. At South Sau Francis co there is great activity, owing to th<? building of the cruiser "Charleston,'' which will pive employment to large bodies of skilled mechanics for a long time to come. In fact, I cinnot call to mind r> single interest which enters into the wellbeing of the city, that is not more vigoroui aud promising than it was a year—nay, six months ago. The Golden Gale is now clearly the benclici ary of the old adage, that it is a "long lane that knows no turning." She has passed her dirk hour aud the dawn is at hand. A FATUOUS POLICY. It was at such a time that the news papers of this city and the State Board of Health, which body is largely con trolled by the jealousy of Les Augeles that pervades the northern aud ccutral counties, and the city and county of Sau Francisco amongst them, sought to elevate into the malign dignity of au epidemic the tritimg smallpox visitation which for a few weeks annoyed the peo ple of the Angelic City. Surely there never was a more short-sighted policy than this. Its only effect, if it had any, was to check the tide of immigration to California, and, consequently to injure the Northern and Centra! counties and the city as well. Los Angeles and other Southern points have been the means cf attracting to this Coast large uuinbers of people, who formerly wet.t ' to Florida, for whom oranyo and lemon ' groves have a fascination, These per- , sons naturally came by the Southern and returned by the Northern routes, an I San Fraueiaeo hotel keepers and : business men weie benefited in their transit. As to that portion of them who came to ibis HUt? with the intention of settling, s>an Francisco and the Central 1 and Northern counties got the overfl >w from the Southern counties. To attempt to stop tbo immigration whi.h naturally oomea by tha southern routes was really to kill the goose that laid ths golden egg. I am convinced that the more inteiiint>ut business men of this city and section at last tee how fatuous such a policy is, und that the newspa pers have also seen the error of their ways. The priacipal effect of this nn fraternal feeling has been to create a very lively demand for a State of South California in tho southern ouutios, aud the echo of this demand reverberates here very loudly. NOTES. I met Mr. J. de Bsrth Shorb hero to day, and lis speaks ia glowing terms of his impressions of Phoenix and of the Salt River valley, in Arizona. He has iv- §65,000 there and re girds its pos sibilities as immense. Our townsman. Judge Ross, who has been fillicig Judgo Sawyer's place on the United States bench h»re, is coufimiiug as a Federal Judge the n'lielen opinions he won as one of the Judges of the Su- , preme Court of California. The bar, tbe bench, the clubs and the' newspapers, all ring with his praises. It requires no very violent stretch of the imagination to see our distinguished fellow-citizen, at no distant day, gracing the Supreme bench of the United States. where will accept Mr. Parnell ? de nial, and the Tunes, poffertul a', it is, will be compelled to repair tho wrong ,t has done. The nefarious art ot the forger will be found impotent to drag down the lofty character ot such a man as the Irish leader; •md the "Thunderer" will be held responsible for the. most infamous act Of the century. Instead ol woi k ing any injury to Hie cause of Home Rule in Ireland, this shameful for gery will react upon the party and the men whom it was designed to benefit. Thebk was considerable interest manifested yesterday by property ihilders in the business part of; tbe ! city about the location of the Federal i Building. All seemed to be aston ished that no offer had been made nearer the Court House than Aliso and Los Angeles streets, and many strongly favored some plan by which the present Court House block could be conveyed to the Government. It seems, however, that there is no practicable way in which this can be done. The Supervisors would be re quired by law to put the property up at auction to the highest bidder, and even If the citizens should subscribe a given sum for its purchase, the chancel are that they would be overbid at the sale. Then again, nobody believs that the new Court House will be ready before a couple of years, and it is doubtful whether the United States is willing to defer putting up the Federal Building for any great length of time. Uncle Sam, as far as his interests and conveniences are concerned, would as lief havo the building half a mile from the city centre as in the heart of the town, and unless those who are interested in having it in the business part of the ci'y do something to get it there, the chances are that it will be located where the cheapest site is offered. "Thk MobniKg News" is the name of a seven day paper just started in San Diego. The second number of the New* claims that its reception by the people of San Diego was satisfac tory, and ascures the public that it has come to stay. It is published by Bennett I'ros. A CHAT ABOUT SAN FRANCISCO. Tho Balden Uatc I'nce More on Hie I p Umric—Direction Ta ken by s>»ti lenient—Bxvamaten sonlhaiid \vc»t—Ma»slv«' and I ini>otlni; Mrniiurei- The Ko neall People as llntldem- .NOI' [Eiitorial Oorrespoucleiicj. | DIAB BkßALD:—Having been much in Sau Francisco oi" late, and having made frequent ami somatomes extended visits here yearly since the dark days of '79 and '80, it occurred to me that your readers might relish a few remarks upon ihe present status of the city of the Gol . den Gate. 0 a the assumption that the 'Interstate Commerce bill shall not have any very sweeping ill effects upon the pl.ice, I have no uesitatun ia expreis- I ing (he opinion that San Francisco makes ! a better showing now than she l.aa done I since the great booanzi excitement. It I is true flat the visitor is still treated to ! something of the old chronic growl, but | it is not anything like the dogged and despaiiiug yawp of the old Slough-of : Despond days. The retailer will ; still iv many cases tell you that trade is j overdone, and that he is uot making : cuds meet, but there is a sort of silver : Hning-to the-cloud exi.rees.ion on hit face i which gives the lie to his words. Two 1 years and evtu oue year ago you con! '. | p'ainly see that he meant what Lo said, i Press him to tuo point now, and he will ; reluctantly admit that things are better I thau they were, and you will shortly 1 learn that his diseouteut is more owing | to the exactions of hi 3 landlord tbau to i uny failure to do a good business. The wholesale tiade has for quite a whil* past been strong and remuu?rative. The truth is that San Francisco had teen somewhat overbuilt at a time when the Consolidated Virginia and California j miueß tjutt paying their enormous divi | clenda ot $1,080,000 monthly, each, und j she bad not recovered wheu the with | drawal of large portions ot her trade, 1 towards the south, first, aud and towards i the north afterward, gave her a blow I which would have staggered any city on the continent. That she has about got ' over these drawbacks, and is starting in j again on a career of substantial prosper ! icy, abundant signs iudics-te. Her busi ness men havo at length learned that manufactures are great help, to a con.' mercial city, and ban Francisco has mat)e creditable progress in this line during the past lustrum. Her capitalists have i also found out that their shokels can , | be most profitably used in develop ing tbe country immediately tributary to this place, aud they have been guided by ' a more generous policy in their dealing* I with the interior, thus replaeiug the lost I dislant trade witu oue quite aa large and remunerative at their very doors. 1 ' i should not overlook, iv the causes which ■ | have revived the commercial metropolis , I of the Pacifio Coast, the mar,'clous immi gratton which the enlightened policy of 1 j the Southern counties has culled to this ; State, the overflow from which the cen tral aud northern counties have enjoyed, with iis natural healthful iuflueuc on the Golden Gate. UUKAT MTILDING OUTLAYS—THE REVIVAL IX SHIT UCTI.DING. Yea, San Francisco is again surely ou the up grade, and her moneyed men are showing their faith by their works. This growth is mainly towards the southward along Market street to the west. The great cable road system of the city has been an important factor in this move ment. They are creating a new city out toward the Park, a very eligible and attractive ono at that, where the air is puie and tbe natural conformation of the ground admits of satisfactory drainage. In the business portion of the city many strikingly elegant an i ix pentive buildings have been erected and others are in course of erection. Walkerley's building, a superb structure on the corner of Post aud Stockton str. ets, would grace any city. Here the members of the Union Club will have their new quarters, and stylish and luxurious to a nicety they are. The Hotel Riche, which was bnilt by the Davis Bros., of the Golden Rule B.zar, ornaments the corner of Geary street and Grant arenne. It at once proves that San Francisco business men aie 'making money, and that the latent ! niceties in the way of architectural tii - j h)h and the acme of the upholsterers' i trade, are attained in tbis burg. Two | business structures conepicuous tor their ! beauty and utility were completed at the "Wants," - Personals," nnd other adver tisements under the following hends in serted at too rate of 6 cents per Hue for each Insertion. FPU KKI\T-")IOI»lisi FOX KENT—TIIKKK MM ALL (,Ol'l,n:ka et the mouutaln north of Pasadena tt to $10 per mortn. Inquire at 75 N. Snrine street, room ii. M.UNBIBY. aplu-7t 1710R RENT —8-ROOM HOUSE, FUR . nlshed or unfurnished, 440 South Pearl street. apl9-3t FOlt RENT-SIXTH AND HOPE STsTTi new house of nine rooms aud bath.; hot aud cold water; gas; will be let to oue or two families. Apply on premises al" at fIOR RENT—A FINE BAY-WINDOW CfTF tage of six rooms and modern improve, mentsat fll Banning street. Inquire of E BOOTH, with Jacoby Bros., Temple Block. apr!7 4t miTLET-HOUSE uF i ROOMS, WITH 6 X acres; $10 per month. Apply to Chas. V. Hall, room 5, 41 South Spriug street, be tween I and 18 a. m. apr.Vlin n _ r«B BENT—MIC'EI-iliANliOllN. (JTORKS TO KK.NI—ON MAIN a'IREBT. k5 Apply to MAKK O. JONES, otHces 1 and a Jones' Block. 7.1 N. i-prlmr St. af.-tf I suit RENT—AT FROM $3 TO $20 PER V year; safe deposit boxes in absolutely fire and burglar proof chrrtoe steel vault. Inspection invited. THE CIIILDREiS isAFK DEPOSIT BANK, 87 South Spring St. febl'J tf , t'OK SAI.K. FOR SALE—DIAMONIh WATCHES AND. ' JtWtlry told low at Uuio.i Loan Office, :: North Main sweet. a- lru SALE "ATA Ba'rG TUN -1'IT: N1 fUS B jC of a4C-room lodglng-houae; reatoaame rent, two and a hall years' lease; centrally 1 1 "Catcd. Also *riOOO-st'oek of groceries, iliiing a good baalaeat, good looatton. No. 12 Court Street, PARCELS, AGUIRKK & CO, »«-8t ( litOß SALE—ONE HAI V INTEREST IN ' 1 the Loa ABgeiet Coffee and Bploa Hid - Apply at tbe store corner of Hill and Ei MB ► trweia Ucioclch luce. aplt'tf , "lildit SALE CHKAP—V NEWLY FITTED '■ 1} up Grocery Fruit and Conleotlonery 1 8:ore. Inquire No. S Third ttrett, near Main 'treet aprlS at | I.IOK n iTti. 5...N DIEGO COU.MCE V Works. The oniy Gtlvanlted Ooruloe Works in the county. Mn -t be told at once. Address Sau Diego Cotuloe Co., Ban Diego, Cal. apttf« ■ L'ui; Sale -FiRaT-i r h '.-s i.o»iks.th:e. 1- paying well; r\ sto c pa)ing 1800 pr ei-iu,b; tea doing well, small cap mil required; furniture and lease of a hotel ln a booming town: two meat Bjarltpw. • Above win bear Investigation. A.J. VIKI B, Boom ili, Boiiumaober Block. Sprl77t_ LOll <«At.t--NEW I i RIGHT PIANO, V very cheap; mutt be told Bt onoe. in- - quire of BRADBHAW i ZELLNER, room 23, 33 S. Spilng -tiect. al " J LOR SALE—A LUNttll COI N 1 Kit. SHOW r case au.i oue pool table. Address "11. G." this office. B»-7t BALE OR EXCHANGK — Fl'KNl- I tore of a 'J room boute; well located for re ting rooms; "ill take cheap lot in ;>irt pay; house own be rented cheap on j long lease. CABR <s cook. 12Court street | Dto 12 A. M 0 titf i I'iißE-»i Jr.ii-i.v Coc 8 FKoaj tee up- i 1 wards, hunt and gentle. Willi tM i I NILES, E. Wathtßgton, near Main street I cars. MMB ' "HCLSfBIN Bl LLri ' also choice milch cows. ACdrca J. E. | HUBKEE, Bonlta MetOOWa, Saifla Monica , goad. ti ■ WAWTBP- HEEiP. v' IT- E MK.N ;o i'.kF ♦ t money. Apply Bt room 18 Grand Cen tral Hot' 1, from 1 to 3 p M aplP-st W" XnTEO— IIVE MEN Also WOMtvW i to take orders for "Life of Beeeher: big p :v. Address (JITSH, 4C2 Dowuey aye ' aoliKlt jV«ih teo«»3is. TO LET-11l WEST SECON ■TBM'F laree, elegantly lurnished room; bith I aud clo«et; light houseaeeping BOCOmmoda tlont. Rent low. a' r2 -2t 1 I,'OU i.E.N i- i Wo I'M- I'iiMSalililHei.i i 2 reouis; also bum, 718J emple St. alO riOB BENT—NICE ROOM ON BUNKER I? Bill G. W. BUrtToN, 106 North Spring sireet, Temple Block m:'Hf TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO let W illi board. _ I emple st. m2M-ti I BOOMS IN 1 HE NEW AND ' r eleaant house. No. GOO Fort street, corner sixth. mutf_ i^nliJiavrtt.tsiEii. STtTJXuoB wanieu— by a scan"di i!> uaviau lady. to work by tire day. 23 i J.0.-mis St re-1. or address Box 1K» at.2o St Sill.: .lUN « ANIEII— VulKti .MAN veers of age, who speak;, and writes Englisli and German perfectly: wants posi tion at salesman; later, partnership (about 1500 )lo 'ked lor. Address "A. ii. O." Her- I aid Office. apr2o 3t iTVANTE~D-BY At BOOKKEEPER AND I>V expert accountant, permanent sitoa- I Hon; fifteen years' experience; unexcep tional city references; moderateralary. Art dress P. G. EDDY & CO., 15 West First s'.reet. sprlTTt TI7ANTED—BY A YOUNG KNGI ISHMaN >V (marred), n position at butler or man about place; onderatandt the oareot stuck willing to make himself useful in snyoa paclty; excellent referenoet. Apply to j. i R . 140 South Hill street. apl'-i 2t Ranted—an uaiion i.n a grocery or fruit house. Address a. U. J.. tbll ' office. spHI J' PEHSONAL,. T>ERSONAI.-G0 TO THE ONION LO A 5 X Office for bargams iv jewelry, 3 North Main street. aX-lm ANY PERSON BENDING ME THE PKES £_ ent address of Charles E. Jud.t wtll ouiige T. A. J.'l';'. Tucson. AT. aplOJra PER S v N A I.— A .ME Kilt AN WAICiIES sold cheap at Union Loau Office, 3 North Main street. a 8 l:n RB. PARKER—INDKPENDEN 1' SLA'iE writer and test medium. Gives full i names ot spirit friends. Cousultaiions on j busiuess Bpeoulatlony, mineral, lawsuits, I removals, love, marriage, absent friends, diseases, etc. Developing class Thursdays, 3 p. m., 28 South Spriug street, room 3, 9 a. m. to fi p. M. m25-lio | |t/f KB. M. MAKBo \LL, IEAC ITE . AND it! practitioner of Metaphyaloal Science or Christian Healing,reom 'M Forstcr BlcOk, Main street. e3 e~ WORTH FREE. SUPERB «v« ment of lorm and limbs, a pure, lovely Complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air pumps. Book on "Paytfoal Culture" free. « DR. L C. HARMON, 313 Haight street, dan Francisco. Cal. no2o ly IJt SIMISS tTIAStES. 170 R~B ALE -FIIiST :X ASI GKOCKItV I" business, stock and fixtures; invoice, 15000; rent only 81v5; choice location and well established. Only principals need ap ply Pr ice SUOOO. W. A. MORGAN, No. UN. Mala streel. aprhttf^ SALE—A GOOD-PAVING BIiSINESS" JJ at.ou: cl.co capital required: reason for selling, ill-nealth. Apply at 1420 Hill street, city. all lit PARTNEIfwAN I ETO JOIN THE AD vertiser, with a lew hundred nr a thous and dollare, In a Srst-class paying business; lullest investigation solicited and refi*ren cos given; no previous experience uecessa- , ry, Address MERCHANT, P.O. Box 1124. Loa Angele e , OaL febl7-.'!mos PARTNEKSIIIP WANTED—A GENTLE man of cxp;rience, with $1000 to 81500 at command, wishes to join in partnership . with a p.iyiug courern, where his time and money cau be Utilised. Addross BONA EIDE, cara room 3, No. 28 N. Spriug street ' Los Angeles. Cal. feb!7-3moH ______ fest tylTTa.~ 1108 SALE—ELEGANT LO FISON OCE eN T frout Santa Monica. A. J. VIELE, Room | 2ii Schumacher Block. apr!7 7t , liloß SALE—26 ACRES ADJOIttING THE J? Ballona harbor; good for subdivi sion; for a few days at 8140 an acre. Two i select lots at Cucamonga on easy terms. 40 • acres close to the A. T. and 8. F. R. R. bo tweon Pomona aud Ctarcmom, at $150 nn acre. A paying variety business on First i street for übout SICOO. A restaurant aud lodging business ln Pasadena for about $1500. We have iplendld bargalna In Azusa, ' Anaheim, Monrovia, Pasadena, Pomena, etc , and in the city. LLOYD, YOBBA *'• CO , 231 North Main street. Baker Block- Branch office. Mourovia. Cal al4-lra <S7filk WILL BUY 480 ACIYKS: BOIL ' W I UU very rica. R-.oir. 28, Downey block; apr!2-tf I7OR SALE IN IKACIS TO BUlr, $76 PEK I A acre, 16 miles from Los Angeles, near ocean. W. R. WALTERS, Wilmington, or DuLAOY Si MALCOLMSON, 25 Temple : si reet. alUf Ij , or"sale-busineBs coRNEa facing k on Two prominent streeta. Apply 707 Sixth street. lm fTOB i- KBTIIARGAINB.IN REAL EStATE r see G. W. BURTON, 106 North Spring street, Temple Block. m3ltf PARCELS, AGUIRKE Si CO , HAVE FOR 1 sale, ot special bargains, lots in the Fiti ' gerald tract, on Ninth street, at 10 to 31) per i cent less than surrounding property, for a i few days ouly; also long list of city aud } country property at low rates. 12 Court I street. mil tf i FARMS AND TOWN LOTS—FARMS OF 1 all sites, 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 uear ] this family resort, incident .o the coming of i the railroads. The best of natural min-Trl j waters and baths. C. T. WIDNEY Si CO Fulton Wells P. O. Cal. uo2l-tf One of the prominent figures on the streets during the past week was (lover nor Bartlett. Official staiioii evidently agrets with him, as he looks the picture of health, and positively younger by oddl than when he wis elected lust (all, His popularity promises to be of a sterl ing and ecduriog character. .1. I). L Sai F.ancisco, March IS, 1887, WILL OPEN ON OR ABOUT MAY ioth, 13 South Spring Street (Xadeau Hotel), LOS ANGELES. a, pi"—3m miSCE L I, A N EOIIN. E. adam's One-Price Clothing House I WII.I. IiIVE YOU BOOBS AX THEIR TRUE YAM K. Our flue line of CaSßimorc Suits iv sacks, frocks nnrl ••button cutaways nro seiHa*, faster than we ever expected and are uusurpassable in fit aud finish. OUR PRICES Demoraliao completely our competitors. We wi.l show you this woek: Salt a for s 7 50 *ult» t»r SIOOO *SO ■■It* for #i« dO iMI Cii«feii»icre I'niiiM for £ qq S3T FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS "CS At Prices Low Enough for Everybody 1 Country orders receive our prompt aud careful attentiou. Be sure to call at SI. ADAM'S, Plniii-t'lKurc Dealer -ma No. 15 South Spring Street, I_os Angeles, Cal. (17-", m M.G.WILLARD (SUCCESSOR TO ALBEE & WILLARD.) BA.EGAINS! •*f OO—Corner J0t,6i1x166,0n Washington st. »800 each—The best lots in the City Center r*Sl>oo—Same site, adjoining. Tract. ss I S<"> each—Fine lots on Bon alio aye. i W3TOO—Lot BOxlM, ou west side Hill et. *7aiX»-Large tot ou Olive st. This la a I »iBOO-Cor. lot on Grand aye., clean side. #1200—hot cor. Beacon and Ninth sts. ! •IB6o— Fine lot adjoining the above. S!)UO each—Six flue lots adjoiniug ou Boa- #1150 Each—Big lota on Hope st. const. SINOO-IUJ feet front on Ninth st. •4500—Coruer Adams and Figueroa, 10(1- | *30OO—Bargain <m Washington st. 105x170 foot front. ou Ihe corner. I 61 l,oOO—Beit alfalfa ranch iv the county ffSJ- Besides the above I have the remaining lots in the Ellis Tract, which are every one of them choice tor building speculation. I r>m selling the cheapest tract of lot* on the east si'ieof the river forfßOO to tBBO per lot; Jicn down, balance »20 per month. I have a few fine hoii.es and in-proved places which will suit you for homo.;. My specialty has always been flue acre property and tracts for subdivision, and 1 have the beßt in the city. M. G WILLARD, No. Sti'i IVorlli Spring; street I.oe Amu lis, cal. ti-tf One Hundred Farms! OF 40 ACRES EACH, FOR SALE, Being a Choice Body oi Level Land, Consisting of 4200-BROAD ACRES-4200 _A.ll Under Cultivation, AND THE MOST OF IT NOW COVERED WITH A PROMISING GROWTH OF BARLEY. IT IS A SUBDIVISION OF THE Mcl3o^S T yVLD TEACT IN THE RANCHO SAN PEDRO, Eight Miles and a Half South of Los Angeles 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 partsare 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. gmTIT WILE BE SOLD ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS being one-third cash and the balance in four equal annual payments, with 8 per cent, interest. MmT" Each 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 pur acre and upward. A complete abstract of title in office. A separate certificate given with each deed. Address tho proprietors, H. H. BOYCE, Box 1316, or C. J. RICHAIIDS, Box 1450, Los Angeles. FRANK McCOYE. 23 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, or WRIGHT & BART LEY, 115 W. First St., Los Angeles. mrMra FIVE-ACRE TRACTS. BY DIRECTION OF Mr. C. F. Bragg, the Purchaser, WE HAVE SUBDIVIDED ISO ACRES OF THE ABOVE TRACT INTO Twenty-Four Five-Acre Tracts, and Offer Them at $150 Per Acre i)ne third caah, and balance on reasonable time. This is the choicest land of the whole MCDONALD Traot. FRANK McCOYE 23 North Spring Street. _\V MTKU-.niSOGLLANEOtiI. \r AN T E H—COLLATERAL TO LOAN " "i money OD,tt rntuii Loan Office. No. s Norr.h Muimtreet. fIS-lm irANI'MI-i FURNISHED ROOMS KOI) >> li/ht housekeeping; convenient to but ;>••-. Address It ■ Hits ntfice. apl9 21 \\' AN IKD -TWO HOOP HORSES, FOh M express: a'soone for buggy. Apply to GEO \V. MEAIiE A CO., crirucr" Virgin unci I pper Main strei ts. _ niotl \\T ANTED— PUPILS FOR PIANOT~OR- W gan »n l voice tnught in ihe mosttbor ough. manner. Term*. 15 per inontb. we gluueti, in olataei ot two or three. »per refunded. For particulars call at 149 Wall street. If 291 f U/ANl'kli—HOl sE 7 ok gKOOMS WllH '» modern oonvenienoel in good location; mu-t be Btal class in every particular. TREUTLEN ,t DBOMLLABD, 115 W First st.cet. ___ \l r ANTED—HI 3HE ST PRICES PAID FOE »» e< iiv beer I .ttlen In any qni.niitics. 9TEINIKE '& BBUNINO, 322 Borth Alamo da street if "JL'A'Jli^ - v ''" l, '*' l^H '- Rooms .\NirT;()a u"'—"l()i'i:i9Trf — <:~\N be occomnif'il ited during the lummer months, by the day or wee if, at a Arat-clasß private boarding house, 028 Hyde street, cor. pine and Ban Francisco. npr4 lm MBS. E. .1 HITDDAKT. BOARD AND KooMS IN IDE NEW AND elegant house No. 606 Fort street, corner atxtb. ma m i jitLi,: vt r. intii:u;K, iokMEki.V J> Plckit Villa, 480 Pearl street, Lo* Ange les, GaL The truest location In the city: take Sixth ntroet ears. "Bellevue Terrace" consists of three buildings, all connecter! by front porch, end contains 140 as desirable rooms as cau be found lv Southern Cull for ma. Board aud room 88.00 and J2.50 per day. Liberal arrangement! made with per sons desirint: rooms nnd boe.r.! by the month or year. Telephone OH. DANIEL PICKIT, Mrs KATIE K. PICKIT. Proprietors a'.'4tf FOB BAt.K—CUtr Pronfriy. If Oil SALE—.VI.V BARGAIN ; r.LEGA.NT " il'iecu Ann* cottage of 6 rooms, bail, bath, eto , near M tin atreet cars; let, 00x185; 12' i',it; S?SCO I'ssh, bstanne .-s'to per moaiii. UuCIIESiEIi, lir.Nl'lNaTON Si LAY lON, XI W"sr First. street. I 30 t f 1710 R SALE—TEN LOTS NEAK SEVENTH : Street Cable Bead and Ninth Street Horse Car Line. Price, $3210. Cheapest ' rperty on the market. Hoom 20, Downey IDock._ _ npr.Wtf I. OK SALE OK IKADE— TWO tiOOD LOTH 1 lv the Eleo'rio It. R. tract, luqutre at room 5, Baker Block. tot Bale—Three elegant lots on Orange avenne. Inquire nt room **, linker Block. For Bale—Five choice lota ln Hyde Park. Inquire nt room 5, liakerjilock. a2)-5t i CHEAPEST LOT FOR A HOME IN THE V. city; covered with fruit trees; in one of rtie most beautiful pans ol the city; also flue farm, town with grain and other pro dnce. aud must bo told at once, gentlemen leaving for the E ist. if you want a bargain apply at once. OLtKK et CO., 222 Downey avenue. En at t o* Angeles. -inrlT tf li'OK SALE— V H..E Lul, CuVEKED " with choice fruit trees, between Main street sud Grand avenue,only s'iIIM: leims easy. See MILLEB & HEtiKIOTT, 239 North Maiu street. ul7il RESIDENCE FOR SALE I —HOUSE NO. 818 W. fourth atreet, Loa Augeles. Lit 46x120; house 11 rooms. Apply to Box s, South n'tt-lit IVOK SAl.t ---Ij".\i7'j .1. t.iaw: avenue E cherp. FRANK MoCOYK, 28 N, spring street. in ti DOB SALE—BEAUTIFUL LOT HILL " street near Eleven h, cheap. FRANK McCOYE,23 N Serine' str -et. iiV2lt j/Vjit BALE—CHOICE LOi I.'. IHE JJ Onllda tract, ou eleetrle railroad lie-. FRANK McCOYE, 28 N. Spring at eel m 2 f ffl i 84 ■ i :i, t,A NEOtJS). IF YOf WANT HELP, MALE OR FE male, go or send to madam SMITH, T North Main street. als-lm__ 171KEDK. PURSSOBD —PROFESSIONAL * nurse. 43 Franklin street, city. »3-lm VtOTICE TO PEOPLE REMOVING FKOM 1\ the city—Highest cash price paid for all klnda of furniture planoa, orgaua. All oommunleatloua itrlctly uonndentlal. Ap ply MERCHANT, 222 Downey avenue. iw_ _f m AMTAI.. "I OW BATE OF INTEREST OHAROSD Li nt l uiou Loau Olllce, No 11 Norii. Main street b8 lni MONEY TO L(IAN ON ;>J OBTOAGE—MOR TIMER & BAB BIS, Attorneys nt Law, Ts Temple Block. tf Okffl TO LOAN—LOWEST IN- terest. Apply direct. A..1. \Th.LE. nvun 2.'1 SchumßClie'Block. m:;" f MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE iv am nuts to suit. BRODTBECK & PENNEY, No-UN Sprlm; St. *eblltf l.OS'l' ,t ."i 1* HUM), FOUND— IF YOU ~NE Sb MONEY OO X 6 the UuionLoan OIHc?, No. 8 North Maiu s'.reet. sb-lm FOUND— TWO STRAY HOUSES: OWNER cau have same by proving property and paying charges. App'v ar Klnneloa, LamanoaPark,Cal. abbot KINNEY. OST-A K*NIT" PlJitdß CONTAINING some smill chariue. Finder will please leave snir.e at Oraudall, Crow ct Co , 1 :'• W. First street. apm-'.-t ii*)t\ BEWAHB—LOSI OK STOLEN. A vC]\) small white mare: reached inane, collar marks, and small lump "n ha-k; brand unknown: r-tnru to WM. HOLLAND or UEORUE EBKICKB' stable, Spring stret t, and receiverew'ird. iuul7 "t 1 1 on HAIitS — Vanntry Property FOR SALE-bO ACRES OF LrVND. ALSO Forest Dtiry, containing cows, horses, wagons, route and caus, etc. Inquire at ORE UN ME A DOW, 1 mile west ot school bouse, or addresa P. O. Box 741. mi:i-6rn FOR SALE—LAND. 15 PER ACRE. SOIL very rich, aaudy loam. Easy term. Also, location mado on some very choice land. 20 Downey Block. al2lm gySBTTJBItHjj. ANGELEk* LODOE NO. Jk 42, X Si A. M , will meet— this eveslng at 7:30 for work lv j£ _W Third Begree Members of tfate) v lodgaaaed vlaliing brethren cordially in ylted. By order W. M. anria^lt^ B»r3»OBDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS.— Guardian Council. No. 00, meets ln rytblan cattle Hall, '24 South Spring street, the first and third TUESDAY EVENINGS each mouth. Visiting friends cordially In vited. J. if. MARSHALL, C. C. mr2l>-3m Dtrrvris-iFs. _ ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8 SPRING atreet, rooms 4 tnd 5. Gold fllllnga from S2 up. Amalgam and silver til lings, (1. Painless Extraction of Teeth by vitalized air or nitrous oxide gas, 81. Teeth extracted without gaaor air, i .50. Beat sets of teeth from to to no, By our mothod of making teeth a misfit is Impossi ble. vve make eepeclalty of extracting teeth without pain. Ofllce hours from BA. M. to 6p. m. Bun ilnvs from 10 a. M. to 12 m. d 7 tf EDITCIATIOrVAI.. COMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL — in struction will be given at most reason able terms in bookkcepiug aud all grammar and high school studies. Candidates pre pared for colle-c and teacher's examina tions. Rooms Schumacher Block. L. B. LAWSON, FRED. H. CLARK, A. M., Principals. tf Three hundred fifty dollars an acre for land only one and one half miles from Los Angeles city limits. Will be worth $1200 iv a year. WIESENDANGER & BONSALL, 25 West First street.