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towns, especially solicited.
■omittances should he made by droit,
check. Postofnoe order or postal note. The
latter should be sent for all sums less than
■ VB dollars.
job Printing Pbpabtm wrt-Owlng to o ir
croatly Increased facilities, we are pre
land to execute all kinds ol Job work in a
ianerlor manner. Special attention will
** given to commercial and leeal printing,
tat aU orders will be tfrompUy Oiled at
BBOOOrate rate*. ■ .
O«oe of publleatlen, 7S North Spring
etreet, Los Angeles. Telephone No. 15s.
The otnc'al 11st of Letters remsining In
the Posioffiee Is published in the Herald
«n Mondays.
Notice to Mail Subscribers.
The papers of all delinquent mail sub
scribers to the Los Angeles Daily Hubaijj
will be promptly discontinued hereafter.
Mo pawrs wi& he sent to subscribers by
mall unless the same have been paid lor iv
advance. This rule is inflexible
AYKUS ALvsoh.
Wk have received another large
installment of tbe Illustrated Heb
ald, and orders for this matchless
presentation of tbe resources and
attractions of our section will be now
tilled as soon as sent in.
The dispatches Sunday morning
ann ounced that cholera had broken
oat in Guaymas and Mazatlan. Mr.
H. Bartning, of this city, sent a dis
patch to the American Consul at
Guaymas, asking him if the report
-was true, and that gentleman yester
day answered as follows: "No chol
era here, and none reported on the
Coast.—A Willajul" So it would
•eem that thereporteratNogaleswho
made up Sunday's dispatch was not
authentic in his disturbing news.
Tub Council yesterday adopted
tho report of the Special Committee
appointed to investigate the charge
thai there was collusion and crooked
n/ss in the award to the San Francis
co Bridge Company to build the
Kuhrts street bridge. The report
acquits all parties of the charge, and
the Council, in discussing the report,
were of the opinion that the pretend
ed revelations of collusion and fraud
ought to have been made to the Coun
cil before they had acted on
the award. This settles the Kuhrts
street bridge fiasco. Now let the
city expedite the building of the
bridge. It is greatly needed, and the
(sooner it is finished tho better will
the public be satisfied.
Mrs. H. A. Watson, who has de
voted herself to the rescue of unfor
tunate girls on the downward path, is
preparing to furnish a home where
they can be cared for until they are
sufficiently reformed to epter upon an
honest life. A lady who has had
charge ot such a home in the East is
entertaining the proposition to take
charge of the institution. With the
money already subscribed, Mrs. Wat
aon will be enabled to start the home
upon a small but efficient scale-
Many people havi expressed a wil
licgness to help tbe movement along,
and approve it as a woik that will
carry out a grand principle in practi
cal benevolence. The encourage
jnent already received by Mis. Wat
son makes her sanguine that the be
neficent enterprise will be a pro
nounced success.
A very circumstantial report comes
from Washington of a conversation
between President Cleveland and a
Senator whose name is not given, in
which the latter said emphatically
that he would not be a candidate for
re-nomination. He declares that he
longs for the time when he can return
to private life, and says that no man,
with safety to his health, can fill
more than one Presidential term, if
be dcv otes himself conscientiously to
the fulfillment of the duties of the
office. This'would seem to close the
question of the Democratic nomina
tion as far as Mr. Cleveland is con
cerned ; yet the very decided and
nnusual expression which is now
coming from the party and the people
in favor of his re-nomination, may
become so pressing that Mr. Cleve
land will be forced to reconsider the
stand imputed to him in this alleged
Senatorial interview. The party can
not afford to be handicapped thus
early by the positive refusal of its
most available leader to permit his
name to go before the National Con
vention.
Thk Florida *p&P® rs are as furious
in their denunciation of Southern
California as some of our amiable
contemporaries in the " northern
■ citrus belt." We find in (hem num
berless letters of doubtful authen
ticity, pnrporting to come from tour
ists, who find fault with our climate,
our oranges, our society, and every
thing we plume ourselves upon.
Tbey all seem to have been here dur
ing the heavy rainstorm in February,
and, takiug that as a sample of our
normal weather, they compare it with
the serenity of tho Floridian spring
time. They do not say anything
about tbe frequent frosts that visit
their State and cut the orange trees
down by the hundreds of thousands.
Nor do they tell us of the mosquito
plague, nor tbe malarial vapors that J
rise out of tbe swamps iaden with I
miasmatic poisons, nor of the alliga- j
Yesterday ifenry Wendel, by his at
torney, Louis Gottschalk, brought suit
against J. McCarthy for $5000. Wendel
alleges that McCarthy oaueed his arrest
I without reason and damaged him in tbe
above sum.
Ab Oee, a Chinese lafnrlryman, says
; that Mra. Merced Abbott unjustly
, caused him to be arrested and oast into
LOS ANGELES DAILY BEBAXP. APBIL 3 ft. I&S7.
it» county jail on a onarge .of the.a of
which charge he was perfeo ly in-jmif&t,
and he asks that Mrs. Abbott be oom
pi lied to pay him *3000 to he *1 his lac
tritcd feelings.
tors that wander around on the low
land* seeking whom they may devour.
The wave of winter visitors has
been switched off, and now makes its
wav across the continent to Los An
geles, and therefore nothing is too
bid for them to say of the section
which has supplanted them in the
affections of the people who were
formerly the source of their prosper
ity. A successful rival is always cor
dially hated by the fellow thnt carries
off the girl.
The beautiful city of San Bernardino
lighted with electric lights, fer superior to
Los Angeles—the number »! street rail
road", the elegant bntidln.gs, the new A. T,
,t S. F. K. R. John C. Byll, the ftuctioueer,
will sell directly opposite the i»w depot on
Saturday next at 12 o'clock. *SloMho round
trip, tickets good tor three days. Free lunch
—band of music
The Architect, Mntlder and Me
chanic
Is sola by J. N. Gregory; No. 2 W .First street
Stoll <k Thayer, No. S South Spring street.
Greer & Co.. No. 4S North Soriug street.
Olmsted Si Wales, No 19 West First street.
F D. Jones, corner Second aud Main.
Hirsohfeld .tSeldner. 'Jir» North Main and
at the office, Boom 12, No. 7', North Main.
A. WILLHAKTIi'Z, Manager.
Now that steps have been taken to
widen First street, below Main, to
eighty feet, let us hope that the good
work will not stop at that thorough
fare. Third street, eastward, and
Seventh, from Main westward, ought
also to be widened. This ought to be
done now, when there are few costly
buildings on them, and tbe damage
would be trifling against the great
benefits that would thereby accrue to
the property aligning those streets, as
well as to the general public. It is
also time that something practical
were done to extend Los Angeles
street, through the unsightly adobes
that now front on Nigger alley, to
Alameda street. In a progressive
city like ours we cannot afford to
have such a blotch as this cqualid
Chinese quarter presents perpetuated.
The extension of Los Angeles street
and the improvements that would
take the place of the filthy dens now
blocking it, would be of inestimable
value to our city. It would turn an
eye-sore and a center of squalor from
a nursery of disease into a noble
thoroughfare.
New Lines of Development.
The Herald yesterday referred
with some little tone of warning to
the good people of our lovely valley
not to forget the productive develop
ment of their incomparable soil and
clime in their anxiety to be the found
ers of new towns. Taking up the
same line of reflection, it is quite
worthy of profound consideration that
South California is by no means con
fined to any "pent up Utica" of
industrial resources. The glamour
surrounding the business of orange
growing and grape culture, and the
unusual profits resulting from these
enterprises, are all too much calcu
lated to turn men's minds from less
poetic, but quite as important agri
cultural pursuits. A symmetrical
development of the country in all its
multiplied and varied resources is
the most healthful, permanent and
profitable of all methods. While the
scramble is so active to secure a lot in
some of the new town sites, a place
for a villa home or an . orange grove
along the warm foothill country,
some of our wisest financiers and
colonials are happily turning their
attention to a class of farming more
prosaic in its nature, but which, in
the end, cannot fail to prove the found
ing of great fortunes. Old settlers will
! readily recall the times when, follow
ing at the heels of one or two dry sea
sons, there grew up so lively a demand
for the "damp lands" in which this
section so abounds. 1 . These lands are
good for a crop of grain or corn any
season, in spite of little or no rainfall.
For some time past many have been
more or less disposed to consider the
policy of those years gone by a mis
take. But now comes a reversion of
view, and it would seem as if those
settlers along the cienegas and river
bottoms had "builded better than
they knew. It has become a settled
fact that alfalfa, once established on
such lands, is a permanent and pe
rennial pasture of the most profitable
kind. The fame of Los Angeles has
gone abroad over the whole land as a
region superior to the "Bluegrass"
section of Kentucky for its breed of
horses. The flyers from the stables
|of Hose and Baldwin and Titus have
carried the victorious colors of Los
Angeles over the couises of all the
best contested fields in America. At
the same time the fat meadows of old
England cannot surpass these damp
lands for the milch or beef cattle
they nourish. Legion are their name
hereabouts who are becoming im
pressed with these vital facts, and
the next few years will see great
things done in these important
branches of industry. The past half
dozen years have done much in this
direction. The tough, but treacherous
littie "mustang," aud the light half
breed horses have heen given place
to breeds of all classes surpassed no
where. It is not only the racing
stock that has been so much improv
ed, but the heavy draft horse, the no
less useful general-utility animal and
the stylish roadster, are all well rep
resented. So in cattle, tho long-horn
ed, clean-limbed Spanish breed, poor
milkers, and lean in the flank for the
butcher, has given place to the best
stock for both uses. The Jersey, the
Durham, both of milk and meat
strain, the Holstein and the Ayrshire
are all common here. To these al
falfa farms on Ihe damp lands, and
to this matter of breeding, thorough
bred stock, there will he much more
care devoted in the future. It is a
lino of enterprise that will well repay
all the money and care devoted to it.
The fact that little or no housing of
cattle is necessary, and that there is
no suffering from severe climatic
changes will make it all the easier
and more profitable.to carry on this
industry. There is a great progrets
ahead of us in this line.
In Antnir lo Numerous In
quiries.
Huntington. Not a lot will be solJ before
Thursday, Aoril Sftta, 10 A. M. Office of
W;esendanger A Bousall.
""Wants," •• Fortcuais,'' aud oilier adver
tisements under tbo following fiends in
serted at tno rate of 5 cents per line for
each insertion.
rOR RKKT —VIIIC I, I, A "M\OI s.
AGNOLIA.
See advert'siug columus.
STORES TO KENT—ON MAIN STREET.
Apoly to MAHK G. JON KB, offices 1 and
2 Jones'Block.7>N. Sprlne B'.. afi-tf
Uhjr renT —aT from h io »2u Per
I year; safe deposit boxes iv absolutely
fire and burglar proof chrome steel vault.
Inspection Invited. THE CHILDREN
SAFE DEPOSIT BANK, 37 South Spring st.
feb!2 tf
1..05T ANI> FOUND.
\,r AGNOLIA.
ill bee advertising columus.
SI RAYEH — FROM TIIK~L~A PPENTE
Ranch, two horses, one a medium sized
d.irk b*y, with heavy mace aud tail, about
I) years old aud weighs about MO pounds
and hos a large scar on hind leg. Other
nurse sorrel pinto, very pretty, weight
about 800 pounds. Finder v ill please re
turn to W. R. ROWLAND. I'uente Rmch
and receive suitable reward. ap2s-f,t
MOUND—IF YOU NKftU MONEY Gu lO
fj the Uuion Loan Office, No. 3 North Main
i treat. sB-im
LOST— FROM ALliO SIREET UP TO Po
lice Office, a package containing S6Bj in
rreenbacks. A reward of slOOwlllbe paid
o return the same to No. 26 Allso street.
ap23 It.
fTu^jg^'-j^Aj^-r'T
MAGNOLIA.
Ji. See advertising columns.
FRANK BARTLETT
Post No 6 will hold open Post on
uesday evening, April 26th, In memory of
_omrades who have died In the past year.
The public arc cordially Invited. By order
of the Post. apr2l-td
OF CHOSEN FRIENiDS.—
Guardian Council. No. 90, meets In
rythtan Cattle Hall, 24 Smith Spring street,
the first and third TUESDAY KVENINGB
each month. Visiting friends cordially In
vited. J. H. MARSHALL, C. C.
Mr 29-3111
f|R~Fr~HILLBR, SURGEoN ANITFHYHIfT
lan; practices Homeopathy. Office aud
residence corner Third and Spring streets,
apiff-tf
Two Damage Suits.
tOB H A I.E.
MAG M dl.I A. "
_ f ee ad v c 1 1 isl n g colvnins.
Gf.6cery"bu¥is"k.s4 for sale at a
bargalu. Central L cation doing a
good business. G.iod reason given rot tell
lug. 12 Court street, I'AItCELS, AUUIKItE
AJtO. aitt-et
BUSINESS r'OTT SALE—A i'iKSI-Ci.AijS
restaurant and fixtures; all new, Includ
ing range; In very desirable location, aud
doing go -d business; exceodfnclv BDoap,
For particulars apply to I. (i. EDDY ,t Co.,
ir> Wen First stre-i. att-tl
IfOBOAUC—BABGAIna—SV w. w'.'Wiu"
I? uey, Real EsUie Ageht, 21, W First
street, corner 60x106 on wpriui; -ireot: 50x
117 on First street, UalO ou First street;
11x131 on uratii avenue, near Four' h street;
40xH'i. r > on Matu street BatgaiUo al: over
the city and county. «26 1 m
IflOlt SALK-DIAMIi.vD. WATCHES aNii
' Jewelry sold low at Union Loau Office,
3 North Main street. as-lm
T7IOU SAI..K—A FIUUT AND~iiIItOCE R V
JT 'tore. Inquire ut No. SThird street, near
Miin. sp2s-8l
Ifl 0 U 3.VLK—WHOLESALE ANlFlt ETA ft
! confectionery sror ; will Inventory: rare
opportunity. A. J. VIELB, Room 2X. Sohu
m Cher block. «nr23-7t.
ijlolt eiALt—a iioit.-r. ami Mi'tJui!
J} oulyBlso. No. 5.', North Spring st. n'i'-Tt
JjlOß HALBVTWO MILK COWS. APPLY
3 to southeast corner Twelfth and Pearl
streets. saa-tt
CBT Bit BoliU AT i NUK—'l'tUt BEST
cmifectioneiy itore in town; in choice
location. Price 86i»0. Call and make offer.
BRADSHAW Si ZILI NER, Bt South Spring.
an ai'f.
Busiest City la the State.
ay, N. Monroe
Will place on the market on Friday next,
'200 lots. 4. 1). Bicknell s sulxltvi lon. Tho
lots will be put ou at 1400 aud bid for choice;
The money derived from sale of lots above
the price of ?400 will go towards Build
ing a IIO.COO sch'iolhouse. The sale will
come off on tbe ground", Our lots will bear
iuspeotlon. Train leaves Los Augoles at
10 SO. Bale at 1 o'clock r. M.
W. N. Monrok.
Palpitation of the Heart.
Persons who suiter from occasional palp'
tatiou of the heart are often unaware thai
they arfl tie victims of heart disease anil
are liable to die without warning. Ihy
should banish this alarmin? symptom and
cure the dis. use by usiug Dr. Film's' Hea-t
Remedy. At all druggists, o-J. J. Mick &
Co., 9 and 11 Front street, San Francisco.
Thants are,tendered tiMrs. Mary Gar
vey.of 109 Bill street, for the return of the
diamond ring, diamond stud end 111 In
money fouud by her aud returned to th
owne r Mits. Mauy Dillon.
ti OK SALu — a UOOiJ tiVUiuRESIAO
C raat, cheap. Apply ou pmnises, 18
Aliso street. ap2l-7t
FOR BALK—LEASE ON STORE, CORNER
First and Alameda. Ensure butcher
ahnp ap2l-lm
Ij'UK »ALh— NEW UrKIGHr PlAftU;
very ohe- p; most be sold at onoe. ln
q lire of BKADSHAW A ZELLNEK, room
», 33 3. Spring .treet. a! 7
IpRESti JERSEY COWS FROM StiU UP
' wards, kind and gentle. WILLIAM
MLES, E. Washington, near Main street
cars. in 30-1 in
Tiior77ughilkel> holstein bulls,
also choice milch cows. Address J. E.
IHTUKKK, Bonlta Meadows, Snuta Monica
goad. miaim
PEK.SO* Al,.
MrovouA.
See advertising columns.
P YOUNG (jWiTEM AN~
27 years of ag \ holding a good position,
would like to correspond with a young
lady: olject, matrlmouv. Address "O. R.
8.." Hera'd office, ' ' a24-tf
PliKau«Ai— UIT TO iHs,
Office for bargains iv jewelry, 3 North
■ilaln street. aBlm
ANY PBRsJON SENLUNCr jjUS IHK PKLS
ent address of Charles E. Judd will
nidge T A J"l>i>. Tiicsnn. A T. opl'J lm
PE R S v N A L— AMEitL:AN~WAi'CiIES
sold cheap at Union Loau Office, 3
North Man street. aS lm
MRS." F ArtkhK-lN UEI'JIN DEN i~SLATET
writer end test medium. Gives lull
names ol spirit friends. Consulta ions on
business speculations, mineral, lawsuits,
removals, love, marriage, absent friends,
diseases, etc. Developing class Thursdays,
3 i: M., 28 South Spring street, room 8, 9 A.
M. to fl p M. ap2s-lm
see Wukih"fkKlT BUi-i.RU
«PM mem ol lorm and limbs, a pure, lovely
complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect
health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air
Kumps. Book ou "Physical Culture" free.
R. L. C. HARMON, 313 Halght street, San
Francisco, Cal. n026 ly
Assignee's Sale ot .»aloon.
The Conclave Saloon, No. 11l East First
street, city of Los Angeles, will be so Id as it
stands, with fixtures, stock, good will and
lease (which ruus till January 17 UN, at»7S
amou li). at puhllo sale, on Wednesday,
April 27, 1887, at 2 cm., on the premises, for
cash. This Is one of ttie best placesaud op
portunities. For furtberparticulnrs inquire
of Louis Gottschalk. attoruey, room b. Baker
Block. AUGUST LM SSI.LK.
Assignee of S.hmuik Si Heuenlt.
A Bonntllnl supply ■* Water
Guaranteed at Huntington: piped to each
lot. Sale Thursday, April 2Sdi, 10 a m
Office of WiesendaLger A Bousall, i> west
First Street.
In tfaelr New Unartera.
Candall, Crow A Co. are now at 111 and tit
West First itreet, with lull line of stoves,
mantels and grates.
One or more Snrgrons
Frrm the Western Division, El 9 Bush street,
Sin Francisco, of the National Surgical In
stitute, will be at the Santa Ana Hotel,
Santa Ana, April 23th, and at tho Nadeau
House, Los Angeles, April 26 and '27, I*B7.
Persons suffering from diseases of the
spine, hip, limbs, or any bodily deformity,
paralysis, piles, fistula, sexual or chronic
diseases, should avail themselves of this
opportunity.
References given throughout the United
States. Consultation free.
toK ri:m-iii>i SES,
AG NOLI A.
See advertising columns,
mo J TWO BTORY"REB-
X ldence on Santee Street between
Eleventh and Twelfth, two blocks from
Main and oneblook fromtheElectric Cable.
Lawn, Cyprus hesdge flowers, cement side
walk, and all modern improvements. Apply
to Bryan ifc Kelsey, 28 West First S'reet, or
on the premises. apr2s 3t
fftOß RENT—aIXTH A..>D iIOFEfoTS.: A
new house of nine rooms and bath; hot
and cold water: gas: will be let tooneor
two families. Apply on premises. a24-7t
TO LET—HOUSE OF 4 ROOMS," WITH 5
acres; $10 per month. Apply to Cha*.
V. Hall, room 5,11 south Spring street, be
tween 0 and 12 a. m. aprs-Into
BUSINESS VHANCEsi
MAGNOLIA. " ~~
See advertising columns.
ITtOR SALE-FIRST-CLASi GROCERY
As business, stock and fixtures; Invoice,
$5000; rent only 1125; choice location and
well establisned. Only principa a' need ap-
Sly Price $6000. W. A. MORGAN, No. ON.
lain street. aprl3tf
PARi'NtR WaNTe j, TO JOIN THBAlJ
vertiser, with a few hundred of n thous
and dollars, iv a first-class payirg business;
fullest investigation solicited sua referen
ces given; no previous experience neoessa
ry, Address MERCHANT, F, O. Box 1194,
Los Angeles, Cal. febl7-3nios
PARTNERSHIP WANTED—A GENTLE
man of experience, with 11000 to $1300 at
command, wishes to Join iv partnership
with a paying concern, where his time and
money can be utillted. Address BONA
FIDE, care room 3, No. 28 N. Spring street
Los Angeles, Cab fehl7-Bmos
lIAKUAINtt IN BCAI, ESTATE,
•375 an Acre.
One hundred acres; magnificent tract:
close to city limits. Will rise in value very
fast, on account of great Improvements now
in prortrcs Cau be sold in lots now at a
great profit Corner First aud Spriug.
WIESENDANGER & BONSALL.
Bnrbank.
Owiog to the large sales a-:d great demand
the price of lots in Burbank will {soon be
advanced again, as the buildings, improve
ments and location justifies double the pres
ent prices, which are still lower than any
surrounding towns of not half the>dvanta
ges or Importance as a suburban foothill
home to Los Angeles. Its commanding
view, on tbe through line of railroad, only
fifteen minutes' ride, is second to none in
Lower California,
A melt Man's Bcsldence Site.
Six hundred dollars au acre, 10 or 8 acres,
close to Los Angeles city limits, Command
ing beautiful view, suited for a rich man's
residence. Come and see this, 25 West First
street. Wikssndanukr A Bonsall.
Ticket*, cataloging und map*
Now ready, can be had at the office of John
C Bell, office No 17 Temple Block. Faro
for the round trip M. Traiu leaves nt 9:10
ou Saturday next froTi the uew depot.
In the Heart
Lots In heart of Clareruont, at 16 Court
6trcct.
At Sail Bernardino,
Opposite to the grounds where John C. Bell
sells »t auctlou ou Saturday next, 2 00 men
will be emnloved at the machine shops of
the A. T. AS. F. R. R. The excursion and
auction sale Is ou Saturday next. Cars
leave at 9:10 a. m. S3 the rouud trip.
MAGNOLIA.
Bee advertising eolumna.
AN lEli—Tool) RE AL IT-it aTIS AT
reasonable prices to sel! on commls
[ mission by GERM AN-AM ERIC AN LAND
CO., 115 W. First St.
I N. B.—Our Oermau Department offers
I great advauta'es to our business friends.
ap26 IQt
FjlOR SALS, —26 ACRES ADJOtMtsG TtlE
|JP Ballona harbor; good for subdivi
sion; for a few days at *14u an acre. Two
I select lots at Cucainonga ou easy terms, -to
i acres close to the A. T. and 8. F. R. R. be
tween Pomona aud Claremout, at 5150 hu
acre. A paying variety busiuess on First
street for about §1600. A restauraut aud
lodging business in Pasadena tor about
fIMX). We have splendid bargains lv Azusa,
Anaheim, Monrovia, Pasadeua, Pomona,
etc, and In the city. LLOYD, YORBA &
CO , 23i North Malu street. Baker Block.
Branch ofnoe. Monrovia, Cal. a!4-lm
tfon salii, in irac j aToWFi', *76 pun
acre, 16 miles from Los Angeles, near
ocean. W. R. WALTERS, Wilmington, or
DaLACY & MALCOLMSON, 25 Temple
street. sipf
FOR SALE—BUSINESS) CORNER. FACINO
on two prominent streets. Apply 707
Sixth street. al lm
IVOR t EST BARGAINS IN REAL E8 I'ATE
r" seeG. V\. BURTON, 100 North Spring
street. Temple Block. msitf
ParcelsTaguirre a co , have fok
sale, at special bargalhs, lots In tbe Kitz
gerald tract, on Ninth street, at 10 to 30 per
ceutless than surrounding property, for a
few days only; also long list of city and
country property at low rates. 12 Court
street. rnlltf
FARMS ANO TOWN LOIS—FARMS OF
all sixes, from five to sfxteen 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 ,o the coming of
the railroads. The best of natural mineral
waters and baths. C. T. WIDNEY & CO.,
Fulton Wells F. O. Cal. no2l-tf
The sufferer who wants a uew backbon
is made well snd happy by nt. Jacobs Oil.
Damlana Bitters makes the old young and
the weak strong and healthy. M. Levy A
Co., wholesale liquor dealers, ajente.
A Chance to matte .Honey.
Close to L->s Augelesclty limits. Lo'ssoxlso,
ou 60-foot streets, amidst magnlflceut im
provements. Uomeand see this. 10 a. m
and 2P. m. Corner First and Spring streets,
Wiesendanger and Bousall.
Something- Worth Knowing.
Close to Los Angeles City limits. Lots SOx
130 ou 60-foot streets, *.00 tach; amidst mag
nificent improvements. Call and see this;
10 A. M., 2 p. M. corner Spring and First
streets. WIESENDANU KB A BoNSALL.
Care and Locomotives
Wil! be built at the oar and machine shops
at San Bernardino of the A. T. A S. F. X K.
Excursion for the auction 14s leaves new
depot on Saturday next, at 0:10 a. in. sharp.
•?:! the round tiip.
MAGNOLIX "
Bee advertising columng.
ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 28 8. SPRING
street, rooms 4 nud 6.
Gold fillings Irom ii up.
Amalgam aud silver fillings, tl.
Painless Extraction of Teeth by vitalised
air or nitrous oxide gas, SI.
Teeth extracted without gasm-dir,-* .50.
Best sets of teeth from 86 to (10, By our
new method of maklur, teeth a misfit Is
impossible. All work guarantee"!.
We make especlalty of extracting teeth
without pain.
Office hours from Ba. m. to sr. m. Sun
days from 10 A. M. to 12 K. d 7 tf
~ * «ft jj __j' a IT.
ItTAGNObIA. ' \
ItX See advertising columns.
LOW ~ KATE" OF"'fNTKKEtff - ]
at Uuion Loan OlUco, No. 3 North Main l
street aBlm
MONEY TO LOAN ON MOBTO * Qtt—MOR
TIMER & HARRIS, Attorneys at Law,
7s Temple Block. II tf
AHA TO "LOAN-LOWEST IN-
H)COy).\f\)\J terest. Apply direct, A.J.
VIELF r_-rr. .3 S..b;imnche>- Block. mlOif
M" ONE V TO LOAA ON RxiAL ESTATE
In am unts to suit. BRODTBECK A
PENNEY, go. i 3 tj Spring St. «ehf. tf
EIIIC'ATIONAI,.
M~ AGNOLIA. =
Bee advertising columns.
(IOMMERCI AL NIGHT SCHOOL - IN
j structlny. will be given at most reasou-1
] able terras in bookkeeping and all grammar
and high school studies. Candidates pre
pared {-or college snd teacher's examlna
tlous. Rooms Schumacher Block. L. B
LAW9ON, FRED. H. CLARK, A. M.,
Principals. tf
_yAgT K j*-WracEI,a,AMEOfJB.
Eaonoux:
_Bee, advertising columns.
WAjfttD—aoTairfb ABM»r IN obn
eral 'housework. Apply at 47 Los
Aiiyelcs street. «2d3t
"vV^AN ' ED.—BY UEXULM iN, n0,,1)
TV Board and pleasant room wnero there
are few if any boarders. Convenient loca
tion. Address, stating terms, oto., Room
53 Nadeau House. an-18-lt.
WAN IKU — KXI-tvBIKMJItu BALKB
ladies. WINEItURGH'S Fancy Goods*
House. 209.3. Spring sireet a26tf
17IOR SALE—FINK LARGE LOT ON PINE
r stie°t. and a nice lot on Metcalf sireet;
also, la'ge lot ou Viririu street, aud two tine,
large lots on beautiiul Figueroa street, ata
very low price, as partial are going East,
aed waut money. See Ml ler .tr. llerrb tt,
219 North Main street, in California South
tru Railroad office. 1124-tf
r\T A NTE D—COLLATEBAL TO LOAN
" money on,at Union l>oau Office, No. 3
North Main street. aB-lin
VITAS IEIT-BI lIS Fi.i; i'HK TMMtDIATE
I T clearlnii and grubblaf of about m.hj
aores of brush lauds ou the foothills of the
Provideoota Rnch. Address or call ou
either ol the executive commune, l. T.
ti \RN- HY, lirysou Block, Ci. W. KING. 118
First street, or E. K. HALL, Lawyer Block.
aor2H f
WAN IE >J—PUPILS l-oR PIANO, us
gan au l voice taught tv the mottthor
oug* mnnuer. Terms, Ji per montu. ce
glnuers, in classes of iwo or three. $3 per
tu'inth. SaUs.'actiou suaranteed or money
refunded. For pmiculars Call at Its Wail
streeL fe29tf
U/ANIJtD—HOUSE 7 OR SROOMS VNIIH
vT modem conveniences In good location;
must be flrpt class in every particular.
TREUTLEN A DROKILLAHD, 116 W First
stieet. apfitf
11^ANTED— Hi iUEft'l f&IcES t „lli ion
v» ninpty beer bottles in any quantities,
STEINIKE A BKUNING, 322 North Alame
da strict. tf
" ItVli SAI.I:-«ii» I'roneriy
MAGNof-lA ' "
See advertising columns.
l^oirSTui— BEST LOTS
r in Child.-'tract; ouiy $1,11.0, uutll May Ist ,
.10x150, on Myrtle avenue, near Eleventh
street. BYRAM i FOINbKXI'ER, '11 West
street, a2t',-3t
j>OR~B ALE—DOU B \JR HotFeTTwELVE
jT roouii; corner Beaudry and Dliinond
ftreeN, between two cable lines; rents now
for «t6O: all now: only *5,500; terms easy.
Good cuancc for hoarllnv or lodging house
BYRAM a POINDEXTER, 27 West First
strceL n2fi 81
l/OR SALE—A BARGAIN DO a THHBit
A, days only; lot 50x120 In Morris Vine
yard tract: Jfli 50. ROCHES I'EB, HUNT
INGTON it LAY JON, 32 We,t First street.
a'2ltf
tlOlt SALE—FOR SALE ON THE ITLL,
an elegant new 1 story house, with bath
mom; gooj let, good stable; ou y ouc block
from Temple sireet: 10 mluules walk from
my office. This is certainly the Cheapest
property In the city, aj it won d rent any
day for $60 per month. Price, t&SOO. Apply
to W. P. McINTOSH, 12J North Spring
street. aptL'3-7t
FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN; ELEGANT
Ljieeu Anno cottage of ti rioms, Ball,
bath, etc , near Mtin street cars: lct.WxlSo;
$2fi«o; S-iIU cash, balance S3O per montu
UOCIIESIEB, HUNTINGTON <S LAY TON
HMt'put First street. 020 tl
MUM. LOioAlAHalsHlfilll
J? Sireet Cable Road and Ninth Street
Horse Car Live. Piice. $32C0. Cheapest
trperty ou the market. Room 2P, Downoy
Block. apr2o tf
CHEAPEST Lot *OK A jJOMS IN i'tlE
city; covered with fruit trees; In one of
tne most beautiful psns of the city; also
fine farm, sown with gralu aud otcer pro
duce, and must be sold at once, gentlcmsn
leaving for the E ist. If you want a bargain
apply at once. CLtRK A CO., 222 Downey
avenue. EMSt 1 o- Angeles. anrl7 tf
IJOK SALE— A. FINE LOT, COVERED
A with choice fruit trees, between Main
street and Grand avenue, only SOOO; tcims
easy. See MILLER A IIEHRIOTT, 239 North
Main street. al7tf
F'bltriiALE— 11(1x179 ou Gr7tiT~avenue
cheap. FRANK McCOYE, 23 N. epriog
stteof__ m tf
For Sale—beautiful lot hill
street near Eleven.h, cheap. 1 FRANK
McCOYE,3B 5. Sorbin street. _in2tf
lilOR SALE-CHOICE LOT IN THE
' Chllds tract, on electric railroad line.
FRANK McCOYE, 23 N Spring st eet. in? I
ffVM Uivnl-Huuns, —
M' «GNOLfA>
Bee advertising Cul limns.
mo NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS'
JL with accommodations for light hou,e
-kee|sßig, at 514 South Fort street, *pr26tf
"f*o LET—A DETiRABLE OFFICE FOR A
A Physician or Demist, Inquire at ihis
office or at Sir. Bender, M ideau news stand.
apio-lt
17* O R REN T— A NICELY
1 front room, 10J Hope street, uear Tem
ple street. tpil-7t
FOR RENT-NICE ROOM ON BUNKER
Hill. G. W, BU it TON, 106 Noith tiering,
street, Temple Block nfatl \
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO'
let with bosrd 317 temple at. mii if
L>URSIIBHRD ROOMef IN THE NEW HUD
r elegant house, No. SOU Fort street, corner
Sixth. m9tf
advertising columns.
PASTURAGE FOR MORBUS—-TH REE
dollars per month. .P O. Bix 4SI, or
coal yart. Spring and Fifth s'reet.:' s2"-7t.
IJIOR EXCHANGE—VEtt* FINK syuAKE
_T Piauo for lots or binds. Good make,
guaranteed. For intorvfew address lit x
VJo, city. a2O tf
DBNVBR AND RIO <-:BANDE EXCUH
sions. Next parties east leave ho* An
leles If ay 4th, 18tn tana Ist. GEO. D
PHILLIPS, 263 North Main street, Los An
geles, Oal. _____ 8 _Pj?? l, _
IF YOU WaNT IMC LP. MALE OR FE
msle. go or send to MADAM SMITH, 7
North Main street. alfrlm
lIKKD'K. PUKS9UKD —PROFESSIONAL
nur.e. 43 Franklin sireet, city. a3-lm
-VTOriCETO PEOPLE RE*)OVINtTTPitOM
li the city—Highest cash price paid for
all kinds of furniture, pianos, ortrnus. All
communications strictly confidential. Ap
ply MERCHANT, 222 Downey avenue.
mf.tf
tOB WAfLE — Country Property
Magnolia:
See advertising columns.
FOR SA'LE-OR WILL EXCHANGE IN
psrt for city property, 40 acres on
Western Avenue, a miles Ironi post office:
18 acres bearing fruit trees, the remaiuder
admirably adapted to trees, corn or alfalfa;
no irrigation uecersary for trees or one crop.
City water on the place. Inquire at paper
department of furniture store, 210 South
Soring street t12.0"X). a 76 8t
TOOK SALE —PORT BALLONA. PAR
JU CELS, AGUIRRE A CO. will sell;. If
taken at once, at a great bargain, 60 or 121
acres adjoining Palm city, three miles this
slr'eof Port Btllona, 12 Court street. a26f)t
A RARE CHANCE—FOR SALE OKTB> DE
— a nicely Improved 6 acre tract on West
Adams street. Apply to A DAMS A SON, 75
North Spring street, room 11. a2:itf
SALE- CATTLE RANGE OF 40,000
' acres; about 100 head of stock; abund
ance of feed and water; no frost Apply to
RISING A BADEN, room 2 Ruffen Block
P. O Box 874, Han Bernardino. Gold and
silver mines of high grade oro a specialty.
Grltt mtK and other business opportuni
ties; ap22-7t
FOR SALE—2O ACRES ADJOINING THE
town site of Claremont, 4 miles north
east of Pomona, at a great bargain If taken
Immediately: would subdivide to advant
age. CARR & COOK, 12 Court st. ap22tf
THE MORAN TRACT!
Ninth Street, bet. Main and San Pedro.
CLOSE TO BUSINESS CENTER. FIVE MINUTES' RIDE FROM POSTOFFIOE.
FINE ARTESIAN WATER, CLEAR AND SPARKLING, PIPED TO EACH LOT.
PERFECT SEWERAGE !
Main City Sower passes in Iront of the property !
Situation is not excelled in the City Limits '
Improvements on all sides In very hest style I
FINE LOTS . and CHOICE NEIGHBORHOOD I
STREET-CAR LINE buiit, will be In operation in two weeks, from First streat
to Western Limits of City. Stone Mile-walks will be l aid !
£WFine Orange, Lemon and Walnut trees and Grape-vines on every lot.^BJS,
Apply to JOHN P. MORAN, on Premises.
*Apr 24-1 mo *
gtjg*. HOME. A.T LAST !
Quick-Meal Gasoline- Stoves!
THE BEST MADE—TRY ONE !
MANTELS and GRATES, STOVES and RANGES
Nos. 133 and ITfest First Street
Next to new "Times'' building, corner Fort and First streets.
CRANDALL, CROW & CO.,
Los Angeles, California.
mlO 8 m
FOR SALE-ICO ACRES OF LAND, ALSO*
Forest Dairy, eontalnlug cows, horses,
wagons, route aud cauß, etc. Inquire at
GREEN MEADOW, 1 mile west of school
house, or address P. O. Box 741. m23-6m
IlQat SALE—LAND, t-6 PER ACRE. 80IL
1 very rich, sandy loam. Easy terms.
4iso, location made on some very choice
Land. 20 Downey Block. al2 lm
HitA"sli'"Xws>~Lua»feiiVi».
MAGNOLIA. ~"
gas advertising columns.
ROOMS AND BOARD—TOURISTS CAN
bo ace.in} modi ted during the summer
months, by tbe day or week, at a first-class
private boarding house. »23 Hyde street,
cor. Pine aud San Francisco.
no' 4 lm MRS E. ! FITDDAItT.
BOARD AND ROOMS IN THE NEW AND
elegant house No. 506 Fort streot, corner
Sixth. m2'-tf
BELLp-VUB TERRACE, FORMERLY
Plokit Villa, 480 Pearl street, Los Ange
les, Cal. The finest location In the city;
take Sixth street ears. "Bellevue Terraoe"
consists of three buildings, all connected
by front porch, and contains 140 as desirable
rooms as cau be found In Southern Califor
nia. Board and roem tz.oo and 12.50 per
day. Liberal arrangements made with per
sons desiring rooms aud board by the month
or year. Telephone 518. DANIEL PICKIT.
Mrs KATIE ET PICKIT, Proprietor* s24tf
niSCELLANEOVS.
cc. adam's
One-Price Clothing House!
Wll.l, «IVE fOC tiOOttM AT I '■■IB TIH E V4LVK.
Our fine line of Cassimere Suits In sacks, frocks and 4-bntton cutaways are sclllxue
faster thsu we ever expeatel and are unsurpassable In fit aud finish.
OUR PRICES
Demoralise completely our competitors. We will show you this week
SIS Butte for 9 7 8a
•15 Malta for JIOOO
880 ■Mitt for 818 60
SO Cnsnliuere I'anls tor a 400
HT FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS <0
At Prices Low Enough for Everybody !
Counlry orders receive our prompt aud careful attention. Bo sure to call at
WE. AD.\ra>s, Plain.l igure Dealer -W%
No. IS South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
fl7-3in
ZMI. O-. WILLARD
■.SUCCESSOR TO ALBEE A WILLARI).)'
SSnSShS" rncr '"' on Washlnston st. S6OO each-The best lots in the City Conlor
**JIHIII--s-imi; Mrp, adjoining. Tract
ti ? .!»! P , C , l i7r, D ? lOU^' I!ou \ all YJ c ', 83700-Lot6)xifs,onwcst side Hill St.
ssToOO—Lnree lot ou O.tve st. This sa aiiuyi n . , . r, * ,
bargain. | BIBOO—Cor. lot on Grand aye., clean side.
Staoo-Lotcor.'rieacon ami Ninth sts. I 81850—Fine lot adloluing the above.
#ouo each-Six flue lots adjoining on Bea- SI 750 Each—Big lots on Hope St.
_~,,„ f, onM ' , _ I SIBOO-102 feet front on Ninth st.
54500-(,c.ruor Adams aud Figueroa, 10G- j S3oOO—Bargain on Washington St.. 103xl7«
foot front. on the corner.
J 811,000-Besi alfalfa ranch in the county
CtT- _ Besides the above I have the remaining lots In the Ellis Tract, which are even
one of them choice for building speculation. I am selling the cheapest tract of lot! on
the east Uriel'the river for #300 to 5350 per lot: 1100 balan£e|2o per month. I
have a few fine houses and improved places which will suit you for homes. My specialty
the city ° y3 6 aCre rroperty and tracu ,or subdivision, and I have the best lit
M. O WILLARD,
No. a«'j North Spring Street Lot Aag-elee, Cal.
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BY JOHN C. BELL & CO.
Large Auction and Credit Sale
•IN HIE BEAUTIFUL
CITY OF SAN BERNARDINO
Saturday, ,80, 1887,
Fare for the round trip *!.00—Good for three days
BY JOHN C. BELL & CO.,
All the Lots in the Valuable Fairbanks Addition
To the Depot, being the most valuable business and resilence lots in
SAN BERNARDINO. Also a number of Elegant Villa Lots. Particulars
hereafter. The above are to be sold by order of N. H. FAIRBANKS, ESQ.
lot without reserve. Title perfect.
.00 the round trip—Sood (or three day i.
v rs ioks^
Will run from Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside aud other points at excursion rates.
Trains leave the New Depot at 9:10 a. m. Sharp,
TERMS OF SALE —One third caFh, one-third in six months, oue thlrd In twelve
months: 10 per cent, on the fall of the hammer.
particulars may be learned of FAIRBANKS A WILSON, 201 Third Street,
San Bernardino, or of
ap23—Bl JOHN V. BKI 1,, Auctioneer, 17 Temple Block.

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