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THE "WALTER S. MOORE."
Trial of tilt) N«W Alircns Fire IMU*> Tbe uew "Ahruue" engine was tested yesterday afternoon, for the first time since arriving here, aud affords much sntisfootion to the city officials. The engine comes here from Cincinnati, and is the second one of tho ktud on the IV cfl Coast. They are well and favorably know iv Chicago, St. Louis. Cincinnati and other western cities, where they are largely iv use. The time of the trial was set for 3 o'clock, but it was not until 3:45 that she arrived at tbe 11 ;audry water hole, on Alameda Btreet, preceded by t!ie iio*e cart, and accompanied by a throng of men aud boys. In kinking tha [tamp hose iuto the water, Jim. McGuirc, one of thee assistants, fell into thei hole, and splashed around lor aol&e time helorc be reached land. Tbo crowd was much amused, but Jim. escaped with a com plete ducking. At precisely J o'clock Mayor Workman applied Ihe match to the angina, and Mr. lludd Dobla marked the time. At4:ol shoshowed live pounds) 4:01 ; z , 10 lbs.; 4:0.!, 15 lbs.; 4:OL>!, 'JO 1b...; 4:o'J>; 30 lbs.; 4:0: i. 40 lbs.; 45 lbs.; uud at 4;IJ4j, thee cngino throw a gentle Stream out ot a 150 foot double line of hose, ln ten minutes from this time she was throwing a 100-foot stream, and at the hcighth of her test reached n satisfactory tlistance. Nearly all of the Fire Commissioners were at the exhibition, and over a hun dred spectators. Thu engine il to be stationed at No. 1 engine house on the plaza. Sbe is uulike other engines in many particulars, having a coil boiler, and a | ower of 700 gallons a minute. No kerosene was used iv starting tbe fire, and no other means used to trick tbe public or Commissioners, fcjh.e is said to be perfectly satisfactory in every rwpeet, ARMY ORDERS. Headquarters* department of A ri- Los Amielks, Cal., April 10, 1887. Special Obdkm, No. 4J. 1. A board Of survey to consist of— Alrtj <r (j. E Glenn, paymaster, Firt Lieutenant T. S. McCaleb, Ninth infantry! First Liiutenant C. B. Gatawood, Sixth Cavalry, is appointed to meet at the Army building, nt 11 o'clock a. m. ou Monday, the 18th inst, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to examine into, und fix tho responsibilsty for tbe loss of certain clothing and equipage shipped from Fort Verde, and invoiced to Cap:ain J. W. 1'ulhnan, Assistant Quartermaster, 2 Tho commanding officer San Diego Barracks, Cal., will send private B. F. Morrison, Company E, Ninth infantry, an insane soldier, under eln.rge of a non commissioned officer and one private, to Washington, D. C, for admission to tho Government hospital for in sane. Tho uon-commissioncd officer will report to the Adjutant General of the Army, by telegraph, at least twenty-four hours in advance of his ar rival at Washington, tho probable hour thereof, and the railroad depot at which he will urrivo. After leaving Private Morrison at the asylum, the non-com miss,outd officer will report to tbe Ad jutant General of tho Army for further mat rnot ions. The post commander will cause the necessary papers to be forwarded, in compliance with paragraphs 840 and 843 of the Regulations, and, as therein contemplated, will detail for this im portant escort duty only trusty, merit orious soldiers. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the Monetary transportation, anil tha Subsistence Department com mutation of rations, iu advance, at the prescribed rate, for the necessary num ber of d'ys, it being impracticable to carry rations of any kind. By comrnau'iof Brigadier-General Miles. U. Baw'.kk, Assistant Adjutant-General. THE COURTS. Superior Court— Department One | ( l.i ni v J. Informations tiled c harging L Clarke with resisting an oilicer and Billy I' erris with assault with iutent to commit mur der. AU of term trial jurors sworn t xcept J. Steer aud C. B. Wright who were excused. People vs. John Banks, Burglary, found guiity and sentenced to two years and six months in Sun Quentin. SET FOR TO-DAY. People vs. Ceo. Chase. Department Tliree—O'Melveny, J. People vs. Curlew. —Assault to mur der. Charm reduced to simple assault aud fined $'20.00. People vs. Graunillo.—Murder. On trial. SET VOX TO I>AY. People vs. Peter Regan. Minor Courts. TOW.NSIIIP COURT—TANEY, J. P, People va. G. S. Allen—Practicing medicine without a license; dismissed People vs. Charles Nikluas; embezzle ment; demurrer sustained. CITY COURT—AUSTIN, J. P. People vs. Horace Bell—Publishing a libel; held to answer in Ihe sum of $500. People vs. Thomas Rose; grand lar ceny; held in $500 bonds. People vs. Max Ooreuberg—Battery; found guilty; April 20th set for sentence. SET FOR TO-DAY. People vs John Sullivan and Timothy Sullivan. People va. Greenaud et al. Steamer Departures. The following passengers left yester day on the steamer Santa Rosa: For San Francisco: —W. Lacy, R. Plueske, Mrs. Frank Hamlin, Miss A. Tryon, Miss Clara Rose, Henry McKeon, J. Ooger, Frank Brooks, Z. T. May, J. B. Cox, Mrs. C, G. Vadellet, Mrs. L. Miserole, Miss A. Stone, S. luohbold, S. W. Kllerby, L. P, Bennett wife and 6 children, Miss 0. M. Easterbrook, H. Conneli, C. L. Sherwood, Mils Annie Davis, Mi s Laura Davis, T. P, Seanlon, J. R. Stone. E. Cawston, Mrs. G. J. Russell, F. T. Griffin, J. M. Stafford, C. a. Ellis and wife, C. F. Pierce Jr., A. Gall, Haddon Wing, H. M. Wing, 1, Lievra, Capt. Chas. Goodall daughter and neice. Twelve in steerage. For Port Hereford:—Jno. Laureuce, Mrs. W. M. Fenton, Mrs. H. C. Hoi son. ForSantu Barbara:—Gen. W. G. Val lejo, Geo. B. Hogan, G F. Kclnear and wife, Mrs. Magdaluue Moore, Mrs. L. Pearson, Elwood Cooper, Mrs. A. Pack ard, A. S. Hantig, Mrs. B. Donnelly and children, Miss L. Brennan, Adam Long wife and daughter, R. G. Dunn wife and daughter. Two in steerage. Pullman Passengers. Tho -following passengers left on the 1:30 train yosterduy: J. L. Truslow, t, W. Brown, H. L. Towusend, 11, L. Ty ler, T. B. Clancy, Mrs. Augell, Miss An Sell, Mrs. Manran, Geo. B. Wilcutt, Irs. Holton, S. Freeman, Mrs. A, Braokett, A. Smith, A. J. Uougal, Mr*. Anna Dunn, Mr. Sue.leker, W. Holme, Mrs. W. J. Gross, Andrew Welch. The following left on tho 7:30 train: H. O. Utley, M. R. I'ratt, Mrs. Foye, J. Durston, W. B. Lithgow, Dr. Mayuurd, Mrs. J. J. Brook, PHltiltllANS. K. J. H. DAV18S0N-OFFICE, 32>. Souih Spring street. Telephone 592. uo25.tf DiiH. DARLING A MURPHY-OCULIST! and aurists. Office 120 North Mail etree.. Oulco Hours—9 a. m. to 4 r. X.; to 8 P. M. OOtfll-rlAwtf DR. B. F. KlfcKULFF, Sl'EClALldl 1* treating diseases of Die Eje, Ear him Throat. Eyes scientifically tested foi glasses. Office, 189 North Main street, ovel i.»N Angeles Savings Bank Hours, from '. a. m. to 6 p. «. Residence, 840 Tempi* street. I20-8m E. GRESHAM, M. I)., NO. 75 NcTkTH . Spring street, b"s Angeles. J14 6 DR. JOSEPH KURTZ—No. 266 MAIN street, opposite the l;,ikt riiiock._ tf MR. E. C. M ANj> 1 ti, OFFICE AND RES tdeuce 378outh *ortstreet. Ofhcehnuri —9 to 11 A. If a to it. M. 'I elephone 232. tf T.l 1J Z AbWh a. FOLLAN8BKE, m7~d~ 13i Ooiijc and residence 240 South Fort street, office honr„—8 to lo a. h. and 4 to fir. M. Jlyl6 ROSJf TAXlBOTT, M. n.-OFFICE 240 South Fort street (with Dr. Follausbee.; OHico hours, 10 to 12 A. «. Residence, M Ninth street. oiatf JMll.LS JbOAI., M. D.—89 NORTB , Spring street (over People's Store) Hours—10 to 12,1 to 8, 0 to 7:80. Residence, 317 Hill street, two doors from Fifth street Telephone No. 135. oc24tf CI K. GLACTUS, M. U. - PH YSICIAN AND /. surgeon. Olllce 76 North Spring street, rooms 17 and IS. Hos-.rg from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Specially—t: kin and sexual dis eases anachronic diseases in general. n7-tl MRs7im7MINNiE WELLS—FIRST LADY licentiate of Kentucky. Specialty; Diseases of women and children; also, in couuection with her practice, Electric Thermal Baths. 841 SSpring street.. 1117K JEAN tlFT-llTl/roN, M. D.—OFFICE AND residence 342 South Muiu street. Office liours 10 to 12 a m. aud 2 to 4pm m9-tf j.R. O. JIDiiAR OMi 111—DIBtABES OF XJ women a specialty. Rectal diseasot treated by the BrinkcrborT Painless Sys tem. Hours—9 A. m. to 4 p. M. Offices- Corner of Spring and Second streets, Hoi lenbook Block. ggpfstl R. M. HILTON W1LLIAMS-276 NORTH Main street (opposite Wells, rargo A Co's Express Office.) Specialty—disease! of the head, throat and chest, together with the eye, ear and heart. Office hours, from 9:80 a. M. to 4 p. M. sep25if DR. DB 8ZIOETHY — OFFICE, SO HIT machcr Block, opposite Postoffice, rooms 20 end 21. Office hours, 12 M. to 3 p. M. Residence f carl street, coruer of Ninth Office hours at residence, to 9 a. m. : 7 to 8 p.m. Telephone No. 109 at office and resl dence. Jan3tf DR. CHARLES W. HKYSON—"DISEASES of Women a Specialty." Office, No, South Sprint St, in Solomon Block, Rooms 1 and 2. Office uou s: 8 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to I aud 7 to 8 p. M. Residence, corner 12th st. and Maple avenue. mlStf arsoiAtiisTH. us. mtu. maTisti ALb,~iiAi7irriTAin) practitioner of Metaphysical Scieuci or Christian Healing, room 13, 28 South Main street, Forster Block. a3 AF. BIO FORD, DIVINE HEALER, a Cures hopeless c.ises of consumption iiud hemorrhages, restores the paralysed and cures rheumatism and all manner ol acute and chronic diseases. The science ol self-cure taught to patient-, free, so thev may always be well ami nave no more doc t r bills to pay. Office—Room 9, No. 11 West First street. m'J-lro MiaSCOOLEY. ME'lAPH YSlCiAN, LANK erslnm Block, Spring sireet, between I'hird mid Fourth; from 1 to 4 p. w sepVtf r.a. i07k~cml1Tol;"acl'oi!CUEDr and Surgeon. Cithce and residence 207 Temple street. When desired, iudy patient* are boarded during treatment ol diseases peculiar to their son. aus-tf MRS. C. E. BOUKOKY HAS REMOVED to her residence, 146 Bellevue avenue, and will rnuke a specialty of midwifery, Ladles wl-hiug to be cared for can be ac at her bouse. She cau alwnys be found at borne. tf alo.tKiJoi'A'rit is'im. 8. otluKR, ol. D. lluMUiUPAlUfsK . Office 132 North Main street, Mas carel Block; residence cor Athims and Sau Pedro streets, Los Angeles. Office hours 11 to 12 a. M., 1 to 4 p. m. Telephone. No. Residence. 82; office. Si. Jlvl5tf S. 8AI1SBURY, M. D., HOMOEPATH . 1st. Othco Iu Los Angeles National Hoik Build,ug, corner First and Spring streets. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m.. 8 to 5 and 7 to 8 p a. Residence, 538 8. pearl utrect. Telephone Nos.; Residence, 577; Office, 597. j.ils-tf Hit. FETTER II OFF, M, D„ HOMUv . path, No. 28 South Sprwig street. Office h lire, 10 lo 12 a. m. end 8 to 5 t. t Having had Urge experience, treats al manner of diseases sncncsfnlly. mliilm JULIA F. BUTTON, ST hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 4. 7 to 8. Office, 41 South Spring btreet. d 16-tf. ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D.—HOMUt I aTU ist. office Hours —11 to 12 a. h., 2 to 5 p. H. Office —Nos. 8 ami 6 Odd Fellows Ilulldlng, Los Angeles, Cal. Residence, . I08 8outh Main street. Hyutf TA A. CLARKE, M. D.—OFFICE AMD JJJt residence, No. 841 South Spring street, Los Angeles. Office Hours—11 to 12 a. m., 3 to 5p.m. Telephone No. 853 JHtJ DR. A. E. V\ HEELER— Hi/MU.OAAIHST Office and residence 21 South Fort street. Hours—10 to 3 and eveniutrs Telephone No. 46. Jyietf 1 MFE~RNANDEZ. M. D —HO.MUCPATIIIST , Office and resldetice.Wllsou Block, 24 West First street, between Main and Spring streets, rooms Nos. 10 aud 11 Hours- 10 a m, to 12 m.; 2 to 4 p.m. A spoctalty of blood diseases. sep22tf AltCfJlTEfJT's. AM EDELMAN, • 17 N. Main street, Los Angeles. Cal. ' Rooms 22 and 28 H Ilmau Block. ni29tf W. O. Mebithew. Geo. F. Ccstkbisan ! COSTER18AN A MER1THEW, ARCHI tects aud Sanitary Engineers, 81 South Main street, Rooms 4 and 5, Mutt's Block, Los Angeles, California. f!3-tf AC. LUTGENS — AECHI1 ECT| — MAX. 1 • well Building, corner Court and Main 1 streets. au'iOtf CHAS. h BTBANoi~ FISBD C. OOTT8CHALK. QTRANGE A GOT 11.CHAI.K—ARCHI- O tects, Offices, Nos. 41 South Spring street Renins 3 and 4, and 22 West Hrst street, Rooms 12 and 13, Los Angeles, Cal. P. O. Box tin. TelephoneDT, tf B. YOUNG—ARCHITECT AND SUPER . lntondent. Office, Rooms IS and 19, Roeder Block. Jy20-tf YSOR, MORGAN A WALLS—ARCHI tects, rooms 1, 2 and 3, No. 86 South SprlntcSt. Iais AnrelcsCal. oc8-tf B REEVE—ARCHITECT AND HUB . veyor. Room 10, Phillips Block, Main street. Residence West Washington street, Los Angeles, Cal. Twenty-two years'experience. «n4-tf aTTVBflETI, 8. M. PAVrort. S. F. SrENCKR* PAYTON A 8PFNCF1, —ATTORNEYS AT Law. Office: Rooms 12 and 13, Univer sity Bank Building, New High streo), near I Temple. Los Aneeles, al4-lm "\\T S. KNOTT, ATTORNEY AND COUN VV . selor at law, Court street, opposite Court House (rooms 8 and 9 Moore building) Los Angeles, Cal. anrl2 tf (J B. LOCKWOOD, LAWYER, ROOM 9 . Bumlller Block, entrance 39 N. Spring . street. m'28-tf ■ JOHN C MCDONALD, ATTORNEY AND I J counsellor at law. Law Building, rooms 31 and 32; entrance Temple and New High streets. Los Angeles. References—FirstNa. tloual Bank, Los Angeles; Senators A. II. Colquitt and Joseph E. Brown, of Georgia, tf I). P. HATOII. J. BROSSKAU. T1ROSSEAU A HATCH, ATTORNEYS AND J) Counsellors at Law. Nos. 81, 32 and 50 Baker Block, Los Angeles, Cal. if. MAX LOEWENTHAL, ATTORNEY AND Counselor at Law. German language spoken. Room 14 Bumlller Block, Los An geles, Cal. au8tf Henry N. Gailoway, Attorney-at-Law. Chas. W. Chase. /JALLOWAY A CHASE, EXAMINERS OF VI Titles and Convoyancers, Room 4, Allen Block, Los Augelos, Cal. an6 tf Griffin Johnston. Sheldon Bobden. B. A. Yobua. JOIIN8TON, BORDEN A YORBA, ATTOR uevs-at-Law and Examiners of Titles Rooms 7 and 8, Jones Block, 75 North Spring street. Abstracts and certificates of title fur nished with promptitude and accuracy, tf IiAUMPKlES. ITXOKLStOR STEAM LAUTS0RY~OF i floe No. 15 West. Second street. Tele phone 867. Our wagons call for and de llvor washing in all parts of the city. All ordors promptly attended to. Only white lahor employed. aurV-tf j. MFfegHIKUT IMJ '* KAl")tu « Employment officii;, k. r. RE Pj Ticket Broker and Real Es-fMII gent. Property sold ou luiitallments. E. NIT TINGE it, removed to N. Spring, Telephone 118. Residence Fifth and Hope streets. aus-tf ... : ' ' BALLONA HARBOR NEWS. The i.rem Work Belli* Done at Title IMuce. Mr, James Campbell, manager of tbe Ballona Harbor Improvement Company, has returned from San francisco with a record of large negotiations for the per niarnent improvement of Ballona Harbor. He purchased the cargo of the schconcr bent, consisting of railway lumber and building materials that has now arrived at l'ort Ballona. He also is loading the ship, Jeremiah Thompson, with oue million feet of lum ber at Port Discovery for li ilioua. Mr. Campbell has alio contracted for 00,01)0 railway ties to be delivered by steam schooners iu July and Augn it next at Ballona. „ This is in addition to the tits contracted for, May anil June deliv ry, by the lino of transportation for the B.illona railroad. Ho nls > purchased tbe «te.itn tug Jennie Gnrmuse*, now being built to lie linished by the middle of July next. The track to Li.s Aogelee city limits is to be completed by the first of July, and at that time the Atchison, Tnpeka and Santa Ke Company promise to have a track from their present teriunns at Mission street bridge down to the city limits to oounoot with the Ballona rail way. The old dredger now in use at liillo aa is not powerful enough for dtep lredging and a now one is being made that will dredge to a depth of thirty Feet. Large vessels w ill be in the bar iior inside of sixty ilnys and tugs inside u thirty days or less. Tho Gem is ■topping at wayports on the way to Ballona, gathering valuable information is to depth of harbors and force of well. Mr. Campbell hns provided for every. hing for opening the harbor in good ihape. He has entered into contract or lumber, vessels aud other necessary iblnga for the new port that amounts to iver SIOO.OOO, and more is to follow. Passengers to Arrive. The Queen ot the Pacific sailed yester day from San Krnucisco, with the fol lowing passengers: Santa Barbara—Theodore Brealaaer, Harry Bretlauer, Lloyd M. Mayer, Mis. C. A. ii: ad water and two ohildrem, Mrs. •J. T. Murphy, nurse aud three children, W. Chumasero und wife, A. A. (jar laud, A v Garland, (1. S. lugraham, wife, daughter and son, S. Fast, J. M. Tracy, wife and two boys, H. J. Stone, H. Marsh, Joe Swartz, H. McKicbnie, F. R. Sohotield, J. S. Bell, K. S. Cordero, H. A. Cort, Tbomaa W. Jeffre«, F. Wil lard, H. Strehn, T. C. 1'iirker, J. J. Taylor, E. Daily, Joitph Meroux, W, Alexander, Miss Alexander. '•Vhcn !'.ahy (Vol sick, »e gave her Ce-storu, When ehe wee a Child site Ot'lod tor Ctatetlt, (fata rite becwm Was, r.hoclutv tofoatorie. When isho • ,.ul s. islM rcn, si- avetneniCeetonf Coal, Colic, Charcoal und Wood, Wholesale and rotall. Special rates for car load lots, delivered to all points. Otlice—S Oonrt street; t lephoue 3.1. Yard—Corner Alameda and Jackson streets; telephone 815. WALTKK S. M AX WELL, Sole agent for Wellington Coal, HAt.Lr/3 SARSAPARIUA Cures all Diseases originating from a disordered state of the BLOOD oi LIVED.. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula, Tumors, Salt Rheum and Mercurial Pains readily yield to its purifying properties. It leaves the Blood pure, the Liver and Kidneys healthy and the Complexion bright aud clear. J. R. CATES& CO. Proprietors. 117 Sanso.ue St. Ran Fran^i^ TTHTC Sim of tha Arkansaw Cough , Byrup is looking you alleu nare in tha faro. Do yon want a sure, safe and reliable Qoagh Byrnp? Aro yon tronbUd with a qouh. Cold, Bronchitis or Lung Com plaint ? JJo your Babies kopp yon awake oil night with Hackinir Concha, Colds iu tho Head. etc. Do yon want something reliable In tho honso to moot these smargsqelssf Wo answer to ail: "Go to vonr Drnwrlst and get a Bottle of the rtrknnsaw Conch Syrnp, and bo troubled no more." Price. 50 cents per Bottle! C. H. HANCE, wholesale anil retail Druggist nnd Manufacturing Pharmacist, Nos. 77 and 79 North Spring street. Tele hone No. 65. P. O. Box 2165. tu t-: WOKKs. 1 1ITY STEAM DVEING AND CLEANING ■7 Works 12 w< Third street; dye works SO 8. Lob Angeles street. Dyeing and clean ing of every kind. Silk and party dresses a specialty. 1 thank my cus'nmers and so licit their continued patronage. A. l.OR RAIN. m!2-tf | GERMAN STEAM DYE WORKS—LADIES IT and gents' clothing cleaned and dyed. Cleaning of llaunel underclothing, etc., without shrinkage or smell, a specialty. GEO. BOEKHOFP A CO., 123 South Main street, opposite cathedral, Los Angeles. feb8 tf PARISIAN STEAM DYEING AND CLEAN lng Works. Dyeing and cleaning of ev 2ry description. Ladies' dressos dyed with out rlpjiiug. Kid Gloves, Flannels, Ribbons *nd Blankets made to look like now. OfBee: lie South Spring street. Dye Works: Cor ner New High aud Bellevue avenue. _02lf f, VOLLET, Proprietor. LOS ANGELES STEAM DYEING AND Cleaning Company. Office—Corner of Main aud Arcadia streets, opposite Wells, I'argo A Co. Dyeing and oleauing of every lesorlptlon of ladles' and gents' clothing. :)rders taken and delivered. Send postal ?*rd. Telephone No. 227. Branch corner Main and Second streets, sop'.'tf JAMES LARQUIER, Manager. B»CTfB*10ga. \ _ 7kTLet , s next icxcimsioN east! Thnr. tiay, March 31st. Fully equipped tourists' sleepers. The only complete ex cursion outfit on the road. O' H. VIOLET, Manager, 253 North Main street. mlOtf DENVER A Itln GRANDE KXcTlKSpiNS. Sceulc route of the world! For further Information address or call on GEORGE D. PHILLIPS, 203 North Main street, Los Ange les, CaL aprl?tf LM. WALTER S EXCURSIONS GOING a East, leave i.us Angeles March 1, 15 and 29. Office, Pico House. seDl2tf POWELL'S NEXT EXCURSION EAST April 13,1887. Office, Pico House corner. 1al9tf WARNER BROS. A CROSBY, OF 882 North Main street, Los Angeles, Ex cursions East and West at lowest rates, and pleasant accommodation. Call on or ail erons them for naitleulars and rates. tf Jf J- DAMSON A CO., NEXT EXCiTk |. aion, via Salt Lake, April 7th aud 2Ut. Ey 5, 1887. Office 55 N. Spring St. apl-lm EWH.1MHEHM AKD 8U MVKVOB*7 WF. McCLURE, CIVIL ENGINEER , and Snrveyor, IT. 8. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. 184 North Main street, Los An geles, Cal. Telephone No. 95. au5 ly LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. APRIL 20. 1887. FOR SALE BY W. P. McLNTOSH Real Estate -Argent, 123 North Spi'ing Street, Los Angeles, Cal CITY LOTS. HOUSES FOR SALE. 50 very desirablo I ti between the two vOOOO for a now two-story house on tho Cable Hues. Theselots are eligibly situated west aide of Main street, near the business In a rapidly growing and prosperous l-:cali- center. This house is just being completed ty, overlooking tlie w hole country clear to and will be ready far occupancy in a few the ocean, and will bo sold in a Job lot at days. It contains uine rooms, bathroom the remarkably low price of if ISO per lot. closets, basement, etc., all In first class •lOOO EA'iH for fonr lots on College It. style. Size of lot, 40x100; alley in the rear These lots command a flue view of the sur- part cash, balance ou time, rounding country, and are very desirable * new and elegant cottages on Beaudrv Iccatb-iis fer beautiful homes. avenue; one for $;«00, the other lor 14000. ' •1IOO for a good lot ou Hantee street, A nice new house of five rooms and a surrounded 1-y flue two-story house.-. bath room, hard finished and complete iu MMI lor a lot iu Alcantara Grove, be- all its apartments. Lot SOxbV), close to car tween Main and Gra-'d avenue, line. Price, 82200: remarkably • cheap. ■4000 lor 4il acres of land :; miles from Wtl rent for 825 per month, the town of Again: 12 acres in vioes and ti A new two-s'.ory house on a beautiful iu trees; house and other improvements, street for BBOQ. SflOO for a good lot fronting ou Temple 11X250 for house and lot on Pine street, street. near Grand aveuue. Easy terms. •6000 for two lots fronting on Hill and An elegant two story house, one block Pico streets. a. flue corner. Easy terms. from Temple street. Price, SOCIO; will reut Several very desirable lots fronting on for tflO per month. Hellenic avenue aud iu the immediate vi- M120O for a four-room hard-finished ciuity. Look outfor au upward move iuthe house; lot40x120: near the Secoud-street car price of this property in the near future. line aud park. Easy terms. • 1BOO EACH for two desirable lots on nnrvTiiv bbabvbihv Court street, noarUoaudry avenue. Can bo .„„__.*" rnorSKTY, paid in Installments. " lw ACRES of flno land, near San Jacin 3 CORNER LOTS and four inside lots ou *° "lattnu, r,u California Southern Railroad, Beaudry avenue, at prices from 11200 to for 110 an acre. Pateuted. |20OOeach. Ba y terms. JM Ai'RkS In fruits, on Central avenue, I lot on Pearl street, near Boston street, th I L : e nUlej from Plana, for S21,ut0. 31000. 75 ACRES In old fruits, fine brick house, Several fine lots Iuthe De Cells Trnct. " n abundance of pure water, within a short This property is very desirable aud near !j, lst *" ce pf the proposed town of iiKN the Main street car line; on favorable terms. I ONE and the terminus 8. B. V. R. R. aud .„,„,.,.... „„„„.,,,„, adjoining Lugonia, Redlands and Craftou. BUSINESS PROPERTY. This properly will sell for gSOO a lot very MOO PER FOOT for no feet one block soon. Price, 110,000, fiom postoffloe. FOR RENT. A corner lot on Main street, near \\ ash- 1 LODGING-HOUSE ol FOURTEEN EI E injton street, very cheap GANT ROOMS and three stores for rent; 1 corner on Temple st at $80 per front foot, al o, several dwelling houses. have houses and lots for sale ou all the principal streets of the city, and f>. 10 and20-acre tracts iu and adjoining the city, but only make special m»ntion of the pUcea oBertug the greatest inducements to speculators aud tho general public to invest In. MP*-MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY. real estate oflice being the only one in the city where co-npiled block ma01 ol tne city are to be found, parties seeking Investments will do weli lo examine my list belore purchasing. w. p. Mcintosh, Heal Bniattl Agent and Compiler and Owiu or the rim ami Onlj s:iock man* m iuc city ot ,.,.„ in-rcic«. nlOlm 138 NORTH EPBIKO STIK HT. IF 5 I .A- NOS. JOHN W. GARDNER. I QC No. 212 South Spring Street, Breed Block. C W OIHl BXCIiValVB J O ? Piano and Organ House. ? WBOLIlUliB AND RETAIL, FOR CASH AND ON INSTALLMENTS ■ w ; ! O i j A *i B Nf rn i j Steinway, Chickering, Steek, Knabe rjs Hnrdman, Emerson and many other i P" leading Pianos. Story & Clark, Kim- P* ball, Taber and other Organs. 2j O ' ! OQ Instruments to Rent. n;27-lm PIANOS. We beg to call your attention to an article we are manufacturing for tt.o purpose of eradicating and destroying the icale Bug, Harvest Flies, Tree Hoppers, Plant Lice, Etc. It haa been fully tested by the Agricultural Department of tho State University, and ironouiiccd h success, the endorsement of which wo append. It Is put up in convenient orms for use. The chemicals employed in same will no! hurt the most tender bush as nis heen fully demonstrated. It is put up In liquid form ready for use in barrels and -gallon cans, and m paste form iu 2 aud 5-lb. cans aud barrels, which must be diluted jefore using: therefore, we recommend the liquid form as being tho best for use. Copj of letter received from tho University of California, College of Agriculture Berk eley, dated Dec. 4th. 18M.1 I. N. Know'cs, Esq., Manager Aictlc Oil Works, San Francisco: Dear Sir—Wo have lately tested the lusec lclde preparation of Whale Oil Soap sent >y you lo us, and have found it to be very ctrectual agalust tho Scale infesting Orange md Hay Tiees; also aga nst the" Thrips. From our previous experience with a similar I think it will he found fully effectual agaiust any small Insect Pests not peclally protected like some of the armored Scales, aud against which any Wash short )f strong lye cannot be used. Respectfully, E. W. HILGARD, , „_, Professor State University. V\ e nsk you to rive this preparation a thorough te*t. feeling coufideut that It will do ill we claim for ft. It will cost but a small a'n'mut to save your fruit trees and flower ■ Units from the deadly insect. Give it atrial and bo convinced. Yours truly „ „ _ ARCTIC OIL WORKS, 28 California Street. Helium ii. Huts A In. Afrcntx. *.»>>• Ang-elcv. aW CALL FOR SAMPLE m24-3m ESTABLISHED 1855. INCORPORATED 1865 CRANE BROS. MFG. CO. OBIOAUO, l i I IMM it«., OMAHA, I.OS ArieEXBBi MANUFACTURERS' JOBBERS OF PIPE, FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, TOOLS, Etc. Pumps, Hose, Belting, Sewer Pipe. PLUrtlUEItV ami «. IV I II "1 IKS' rtl ATERI A I. IN EVERY VARIETY. COMPLETE LINE OF SANITARY APPLIANCES. Nos. 18, 20, 22 and 24 Reqnena Street, Corner Los Angeles, 'eh27tf I.OS IMIi:i.i:S, I'lllKIHMA. One Week Late, but here at Last! Spring Clothing of Every Description, FOR GENTS., BOYS AND CHILDREN AT 19 S. SPRING ST., Next to Mosgrovc's Cloak House. ABERNETHY & TAFT K. MARTIN &CO., ids Front Street, San t'rancleco, PROPRIETORS OF THE FOLLOWING POPULAR BRANDS OF WHISKIES : J. Cutter Extra Old Bnurbou and Rye in barrels an.1 half barrel timer's Extra Old Bourbon in barrtls and half barreli j. A. miller, Chtoken Cock in barrels and half barrels Argonaut Old Bourbon and Rye In barrels and half barrels For Flavor, Pnrlty and General Excellence these Whiskies are Unsurpassed, I16-6m I HOWARD <fc LYONS' Ocean aide Special. ' "When Monks and Missions held the aole command Of all that shore beside the peaceful sea, Where spring-tides beat their long drawn reveille, Out of the Mission of San Luis Key, Kode Friar Pedro, In a pious way. He saw the glebe land guiltless of a furrow He saw tbe wild oats rustle on the hill; He Baw the gopher working in his burrow He saw the squirrel scampering at hu will." That was a hundred years ago, aud then, as now, Ban Luis Rey, or as we now call it, Oceanside, was one of the loveliest of the favored spots of earth. Those old Jesuit Fathers were, in their pious way, real estate sharps. There is not a great and growing city in Calilor nia but «a«, in the last century, the site ofa.fcsuit Mission; and wherever you eucounter an old adobo building in the Form of a cross, you may look for mel low soil, sunny exposure, panoramic view, and a locality where the currents >f commerce must sooner or later con verge. The j California Souihern road runs hrough Oceanside; the San Diego Ccn iral Railroad Company has its surveyors tow in the lield, and the line will be •uu through El Cajon, l'oway, San Ber lurdo and Kscondido to Oceanside. The Southern Pacific, w hich is coming from Santa Ana down to San Diego, can lot escape passing throtjgh Oc.uu tide; aud every traveler over the Atchi. ion, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad an d he Southern Pacific railroad and the van Diego Central railroad who looks ut of the car windo.v at the hillsides loping to the sea, and beholds them overed with vineyards and cornfields, ept green without irrigation, aud then ooks nt the ocean to the southwest ,:ird, with its shore fringe of white lace nd its Hue sparkling to the horison, vdlsay. "This is the loveliest spot on ■rthi— This is the place I long have sought, And mourned because 1 found It not." , The country tributary to Oceanside will, as a mere commercial faot, build up there the largest trading center be tween San Diego and Los Angeles. There is plenty of scope there for a town of ten or fifteen thousand people, w ithout taking anything from either of the former cities, The whole coast from Los Angeles to San Diego will, in five years, be a succession of gardens and villas equal to the Mediterranean coist from Nice to Genoa. These peo ple now upon tbe ground have a chance to buy, for a few hundred dollars, lots that will in a few years command fancy prices. And the growth of Oceanside as a trado center is the smallest part of it. As a business proposition olives aud grapes can be grown at a large profit any where along the coast between here and the Santa Margarita Cafion, without irrigation after the first year, but if every olive and every raisin cost three times its value to grow it, it would make no difference in the value of Oceanside lots, for the town does not depend upon its commercial future alone. It has climate and ocean view to sell, and though you can get plenty jf climate, the number ol sites com manding an ocean view In San Diego -•ouuty is not so great Tiiey will all )t appropriated from lirst ha,ids within i year or so, and those who buy them at <econd or third hands will have to pay oug prices for them. And those prices ivill be paid. If n tenderfoot is interni ng to build a ten or a twenty thousand lollar villa, do you suppose he will stop Liulf an hour between paying three or 'our thousand dollars for a lot with an Mean view and paying as many hundred lor a lot without one? We kuow next :j nothing, we old Californians, about the laws that govern real estates values. One year before Long Branch became fashionable oue could have bought a beach lot for a hundred dollars which two years afterward commanded tifteeu thousand dollars. Fashion appreciates the value of watering-place real estate as well as that of Worth's boiices and Poole's pantaloons, aud this section of ;ountry is becoming fashionable. The vanguard, the pionoers of the coming lriny, aro beginning to flutter their iteelpen coats and sparkle their ten larat diamonds about our hotel corri lors. Wait another year or two until ho society leaders of New York and Chicago, nud Boston and Baltimore, instead of encountering a winter trip tcross the Atlantic to reach Naples or Nice, conclude to build up a winter jlty on this coast, which can be reached In five or six days by a comfortable Pullman, You will see values jump like Comstock shares when Simon says wigwag on California street. Go to Oceanside next Saturday the 2,'id, and take with you all the cash you can raise and buy at the miction, and keep buying until your money and credit are both exhausted. It will not bo pos sible for you to make a mistake, no mutter what price you pay. We have the property for sale, and it will be sold without reserve. Not thnt the owusr is unmindful of its viluo aud of the great advauoo in its value whioh must take pluco. But he bought it partly on credit, and the time of payment has come, and it must be sold. Ue will make plenty of mouey on his invest ment at the prices the lots will sell for, and you who buy nud hold for a year, will make proportionately more than he will. We will make our commission, und when you come to sell the lots you will remember us with gratitude for calling your attention to this chance, and you will put them in our hands again for sale aud we will sell them for live or ten times as much as you pay for them, and make commissions again. We have some pieces of real estate now in our office that we have sold three times already within the last tight months, and each time at a big advance. Go to Oceanside on Saturday, the 23rd day of April, and buy one or more lols on which you will treble your money within a year, or on which, if you buy to build, you will be able to put up a cottage from the front windows of which you can behold a panorama of aea and shore, of cloud palaces and white winged ships, Biich as can he seen no where else in tail land. ' Howard & Lyons, San Diego, Cal. OOEAWSIDE. & LYONS' GRAND Public Auction OF OCEANSIDE TOWN LOTS, San Diego County, California. 300 THE CHOICEST LOTS Bryan's Addition to Oceanside WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC SALE On tub Gkound, Saturday, April 23d, SALE TO COMMENCE A It o'clock Noon, Sharp. TERMS OF SALE. One-third cash, one-third in six months, balance in twelve months, with "interest at 10 per cent, on de ferred payments. §j9 Los Angeles parties wishing to attend the sale leave here on Fri day evening in order to connect with excursion train at Colton, which leaves there at 7:30 a. m. the follow ing morning. Los Angeles parties purchasing property at the sale will have fare to Colton and return re funded. SPECIAL, TRAINS WILL, Hi * FROM — San Diego, San Bernardino, Colton and Eiverside ON THE MORNING OF DAY OF SALE* LEAVING SAN BERNARDINO at 7:80 a. ». COLTON at 7:46 a. a. CITRUS at 8:00 A. a. And stopping at all way stations. Reaching OCEANSIDE from all points at 11 o'clock A. H. BETt'RNINO, The train will leave OCEANSIDE at 6 r. a. Tickets for the Round Trip AS FOLLOWS : SAN BERNARDINO S3 <M> RIVERSIDE 3 00 COLTON 3 oo PERRIS 3 00 ELSINORE • go MURRIETTA....- a OO A SUBSTANTIAL LUNCH will na kkhvbo To All Attending the Aucilea. H. H MATLOCK & CO., Auctioneers. A. L. BRYAN, San Diego, Cal. apl(>-8t 9