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Proceedings of the Munici
TIME OF MEETING CHAJWED.
UrdiiiAiice Adopted fouacing Tax
Collector Parcel's Compensa
tion—Large Amount of
Couucil met lv regular aensiou yester
day afternoon, President Sinaabaugh in
the chair. Present Councilmen Breed,
Go**, Fraukeniield, Holbrook, Jones,
Kuhrts. Perry, Htearns, Santee, Velair
and Willard. Absent, Bisoailuz and
Tha minute* of the previous meeting
were read, approved and ordered signed.
KKPOBT3 »r cm omcißa.
The City Auditor preaeuted bis report
of the condition of the several funds of
tbe city. Finaooe Committee.
Tha Superintendent of Streets pre
sented a pay-roll amounting to $495.00.
The Zaojero presented m pay roll
amounting to If 108.75. Finance Commit
The Zanjero reported the receipt of
$106 for sales of water during April.
The City Board of Education reported
tbe receipt of $39,022.83, and expendi
ture of $8,1411.83 for April. Finance
City Treasurer Kays reported that no
proposals bad been offered for redemp
tion of Irrigation Improvement bonds of
1877. City Attorney ordered to draft
resolution calling in said bonds.
The City Treasurer preaeuted a deed
from Jenkins A Hege to the city to cer
tain property. Received.
The City Attorney recommended tbat
petition of E, H. Boyd be referred to ap
propriate committee. Committee on
Presented contract withStoll A Thayer
for surveyor's instruments. Approved.
Presented an ordinance directing sale
of certain oity land. Adopted.
Presented au ordinance fixing salary
of Tax Collector at $3500 per year.
Adopted. Messrs. Kuhrls, Perry, Santee
and Velsir voting no.
I Ht. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
That petition of W. A. Stratum be
granted voder the rules. Bo ordered.
Tbat protest against putting pipe in
Arroyo de los Reyes he referred to City
Attorney. So ordered.
. That petition of I>. F. Donegau to
move house be granted under tho rules.
That grading of Hope street be ac
cepted. So ordered,
Tbat tbe road roller made by M. S.
Baker A. Co., be accepted, and warrant
ordered drawn in favor of the Hrm for
$026. So ordered.
Tbat City Surveyor survey zanja ma
dre from Marohessault street to Capitol
Mills. So ordered.
That parties be notified to quit taking
earth from Hope street, between Third
and Fourth streets, to grade their lots
with. So ordered.
That grade for Slauson street be pro
posed and oalverta located. So ordered.
That tbe City Surveyor and Superin
tendent uf Streets give location of gravel
suitable for surfacing the street*. So
That Grasshopper street be aban
doned. So ordered.
That petition of F. Rampo to grade
on Charity atreet be granted. So or
Tbat tbe Superintendent of Streets
repair the intersection of Adams and
Figueroa streets. So ordered.
That grades of Pleasant and Temple
streets be adopted and ordered published
for one week.
That notice of intention to establish
the grade of Mission street be adopted.
That W. R. Lewis be authorized to
grade tbe intersection of Castelar atreet
and Bellevue avenue at $2 per frout
foot' So ordered.
TIME OP MEETING,
Mr. Breed presented a resolution tbat
tbe regular sessions of Council be here
after held on Monday afternoon of each
week, commencing at 2 o'clock.
THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE
Reported tbe examination ot sundry city
otfacers' reports and reoommended that
tbey ba filed. So ordered.
That recommendation of Police Com
missioners paying expenses of horses of
acale bug inspectors be denied. De
ferred for one week.
Tbat Chief of Police be allowed $T>o
per month for secret service, be to make
a monthly report as to ita expenditure.
That petition of Kate Harity for re
turn of $*J1 paid to pound keeper be re
jected. So ordered.
MINOR COMMITTEE REPORTS.
The Committee on Water Supply re
commended that petition of W, E.
Rogers aud Fast Side Water Compauy
to lay water pipe be granted aud City
Attorney draw an ordinance covering
both franchises. So ordered.
The Sewer Committee presented a pay
roll amounting to $14.50. Finance Com
The Committee on Zanjas recommend
ed tbat zanja on Workman alley, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh street, be
flumed, tbe property owners to pay one*
half tbe expenses. So ordered.
The Committee oo Parks recommend
ed tbat tbe bid of H. B. Ranson for
piping Sixth street park at $750 be ac
cepted. So ordered.
Valsir moved that Chief of Police be
instructed to enforoe ill fame ordinance,
•ott what it ra»y.
Reaolntiona were adopted establishing
grades of Hawkins, Ho if, Johnson, Bar
bee, Hancock, Lecouvreur and Work
On motion of Mr. Jones the name of
Secret Police Fund was changed to
Extra Police Fund.
Mr. Frankenneld moved that a sprink
ling hydrant he erected ou corner of
Figueroa and Washington streets. So
Tbe election returns from the Third
Ward were opened aud canvassed, with
tbe following result: Kor Councilman—
Chaa. R. Johnson, 244; W. H. Toler, 94.
Mr, Johnson was declared elected and
tbe clerk instructed to issue certificate
Proposals for brick culvert on Main
atroct wf-re opened as follows: J. M.
Wadsworth, $3 49 per running foot; M.
Farrell $3.43 per linear foot; ueo. Carr,
$623 for the job; J. C. Haskell, $700 for
tbe job. Referred to Board of Public
Bids for work on Plan* Park were de
ferred for one week.
Mr. Willard moved tbat recorda in
atreet superintendent's office be indexed
at a cost uot to exceed $250, Referred
to a special committee of Messrs. Steams,
Frankenfield and Jones aud city attor
Mr. Jones moved that cost of roofing
aud flooiing jail yard be ascertained.
Board of Public Works.
Mr. Breed moved tbat the Committee
on Supplies purchase suitable desks for
the reporters, So ordered.
Mr. Willard moved that desks be fnr
nisbed for members of tbe council, but it
received no aeooud.
PETITIONS, COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.
From J. £>. Bicknell, et. al., to have
Temple street made twenty feet wider
Board of Public Works.
From J ■ Dupuy A Co. to use part of
Loa Angelea atreet for building material.
Granted under the rules.
From C E. Tbom to have aoutberly
line of Pico street, between Figueroa and
Charity streets, debned. Board of Pub
From Mrs. K. B. Crocker to grade ap
proach at corner of Third and Clay
atreet. Board of Public Worka..
From A. U. Snider, for $200 ou ac
count of damage by recent floods. Com
mittee on Finance.
From K. P. ttchnell et al., calling at.
tention to a nuisance on Buuker Hill
avenue between Court House aod Tem
ple streets; also to a nuisance on Conrt
House and Hope street*. Board of
From H. J. Stevenson, protesting
against change of grade of Sand atreet
and Bellevue avenue. Board of Public
From 8. C. Hubbell et al. to have
grade of Fifth street, between Hops aud
Charily streets, graded. Boixd of Pub
From Officer Bosoni, asking to mats
hi* claim referred to tho Fiaanoe Com
mittee and that officer Homer be called
before the committee. [Boequl recite*
that Homer told a deliberate falsehood
about the matter, and intimates that
certain things ouuoernlng tbe expendi
ture of the secret service money under
Homer will be brought to light.] Re
ferred to the Police Commissioners.
From 8. C. Symondi and J. L. Wal
ton, to bave akatlng rink license reduced.
From Bicknell A White asking that
City Tax Collector Parcel's salary be de
furred for one week. Denied.
From J. H. Jone*, to move a houae.
Board of Publio Work*, with power to
From Cha*. Bell et al., for a *ewer
pipe on Worktnau *tre*t. Board of
From Daviea-Hendaraon Lumber Co.,
to have Zanja 4 piped through Davie*'
tract and property of Mrs. Woodwortb.
Committee on Zanja*.
From John F. Humphrey*, ■übmittiiig
a proposition to exchange St. Vincent
College property, oorner of Sixth aud
Fort *treet, lor oity hall property, corner
of Spring and Second street*. Board of
The Stomach as a Gasometer.
In tbe dyspeptic stomach impure gases
are generated after meals, tbat distend
and distress it aa well as the bowels. The
beat carminative for cramps, colicky
pains and heartburn or bilious eructa
tion*, i* Ho* tetters Stomach Bit
ter*. Carbonate of soda and ef
fervescing aperient are far inferior
to it in efficacy, and a* physician* vow
understand, impair the love of the stom
ach. Copiou* libations of any sort are
injurious to tbe stomach, and to dilute
ita juice*, is certainly not tbe way to
inoreaae tbeir digeative uaefnloess.
Aided by the Bitter* the digestive or
gans, when enfeebled aod disordered,
regain their lost tone add regularity not,
of course, immediately, but with a degree
of rapidity highly indicative of the ex
cellence of this remedy. It has tbe
further effect of regulating tbe bowel*
and liver, protecting the system against
malaria, relieving rhenmatiam and neur
algia and increasing constitutional vigor.
The Police Station.
Easter Sunday bloomed ont with a
perfect epidemic of vice in this city. It
set in at 12:30 with the arrest of FiU
gerald, drunk and diaorderly, by Officer
Jaokeon. Au hour later Rogers and
Hilton brought W. W. Meed aud Henry
Murphy, one to sober np and tbe other
drunk and disorderly At 3:10 Dalton
oame in with Cha*. Carroll, fighting.
About day light Roberta aud Lemon
oame in with Rosa King aud G. W.
Summers, drunk and disorderly. Then
there was a lull, but ouly such as forerun*
a new outbreak af tbe storm, fur at 10
Weed showed up with Joe Eldridge,
badly cut about tbe head with a knife.
Smith, Weatherman and Arguillo came
in with Santos Ocano, who was charged
with aaaault with a deadly weapon. He
cut Kldndge. Pat Ryan, drunk and
disorderly, was the next victim. Haakins
waa tbe capturer. Grubhs followed ten
minutes later with Frank Williams,
drunk aud naiug vulgar language. Joe
Healey, another drank and disorderly,
wa* Flecther's capture. The same officer
brought in William Johnson for drunk
enness and vagrancy. Bosqni booked
John Dow to sober up. Daltoi., Grubbs,
and Rogers took in Martin Kehoe and
James Preeoott for fighting. Rulo got
George Stronquet aud John Hnghea for
the same offense. Fletcher followed with
John Egao for begging on the streets,
and tbe day ended with the arrest of
Wm. Howes, attempting to rob Harry
Monday wa* not much better, for at
12:45 Grubb* came iv with John Ryan,
wbo wanted a night's lodging.
The aame officer took io Cbas. Smith
aud J. N. Brown, drunk and disorderly,
and Maud Preston, drunk. Jackson got
John Ryan aud Et). Curley for being
drunk and for begging on the street.
Weed captnred John L*e, supposed to
be oue of the robbers who attempted to
hold up Harry Stephens. Haskiu'shaut
was Samuel Street, drunk and disorderly.
Tyler took Henry O. Duffer forexposiug
his person. Captain Ketler took a hand
and hooked T. Wilton and |B, Madison
for a night's lodging.
What became of some of tbe above
offenders fotlowi: B. Batie, B. Seama
aud Madame Save, violating tbe laun
dry ordinance; Beama fined $5, while
tbe other two were discharged, J. L,
Proadfoot, B. Fttxgeratd and Oeo. W.
Summers, drunk and disorderly, fined $5
each. Rosa King, Ed. Curley, Joe
Healy, Wm. Johnson, Jo** Valla, Chas.
Smith, J. N. Brown and Henry Mur
phy, drunk and diaorderly, fined $15
each. Geo. Stengel, John Hughes,
Chaa. Carroll, Mart n Keougb, James
Prescott and Jame* Eagan, disorderly
conduct, fined $10 each. Henry Old*
offer, indecent exposure, fined $20.
Yesterday was a very quiet one np to
late in tbe evening. It "panned out"
only a stray mare. The arrest ot a
prominent wholaaale house to compel
the payment of $20 per month liquor li
cense, and of a man named White, or
Quintan. Opinions differ as to which is
correct for fast driving. Ho came very
near running down a buggy with a lone
woman in it at the corner of Sring And
First street*. He deposited $5, which
will probably be forfeited.
Cure For Piles.
Piles are often preceded by a sense of
weight In the bark, loins and lower part of
the abdomen canning the patient to suppose
he hss some affection of the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms
of indigestion are present, flatulency, un
easiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture
like perspiration,producing a very disagree
able itching, after getting warm Is a very
common attendant. Blind, bleeding aud
Itching pilen yield at once to the application
of Or. Bosanko s Pile Keinedy, which acta
directly upon the parts affected, absorbing
the tumors, allaying the Intense itching,
and effecting a permanent cure. Price 50
cents. Address the Dr. Bossnko Medicine
Co., Plqua, Ohio. Sold by C. F Heinse
man, agent, Los Angeles.
California Excels in Everything
Fryer's Abietene ia produced from a
peculiar pine, and the only place where
Abietene can be prodnced on this conti
nent ia on the Western slope of the Sier
ra Nevada* of California. It haa great
medicinal properties and combining it
with other expectorants in Fryer's Abie
teue Cough Balsam, we guarantee it for
consnmption, bmocbitis.astbma, hoarse
ness, wboopiog oongb, croup, irritation
of the throat and lung (roubles. It con
tain* no opium. Price 75 centa. Sold
by C. F. Heinzeman.
Sale of Highland View.
G. W. Morgan* sate of Highland
View TrAct by John C. Bell, auctioneer,
wa* quite well attendee) yesterday, con
sidering the lowering weather. Eastern
people especially were kept away be
lieving there would be a regular down
pour before 12 m.
Mr. Morgan ia much encouraged by
the spirit of those who were in attend
ance, and take* thia occasion to notify
all his friend* who are deairoua of pur
chaaiog lot* and for any cause could not
attend the sale yesterday, that the re
maining lot* in the tract are now open
to private aale. For map* or informa
tion call at Highland View office, 36 and
37 Nadeau Block. The elevator boy
will direct you.
Fryer's Abietene Ointment.
Fryer* Abietene is produced in the
northern part of Butte County, Cal.,
and combining it with Vaseline aod
other therapeutic agents, we challenge
th* world to produce anything to equal
Fryer** Abietene Ointment for old sores,
ulcers, salt rhenm, corns, chilblains,
fever sores, chapped bands, cancers,
burns, ring worm*, bleeding, blind, itch
ing and nlcered piles, and all eruptions
of the skin. Price 25 centa. Sold by
C. F. Heinzemau.
There were recorded yesterday '24
deed*, H mor tgsgea, 6 release*, H mis
cellaneous papers, 1 marriage liceo**.
Syrup of Figs.
Manufactured only by the California rig
Symp «... Hsu Francisco Cal., is nature's
owb true laxative. This pleasant liquid
fruit remedy may '.- had of Mr. C F
flelniemau, agent, lam Angelea. Sample
bottles tree and large bottles at fifty cents
or one dollar. It la the most prompt, pleas
ant and effective remedy knowu to cleanse
the system. to set on the liver, kidneys, how
els snd stomach gently yet thoroughly; to
dispel headaches, cold* and fever*: to cure
constipation, ludigestlon and kindred dis
New haU anil bonneti, at Mra. G. E.
Caawelle, Room 15, Hollenback block.
Hygienic, nourishing and agreeable
•alrardalla aaiuble eg* *k
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 28,1886.
People v*. Chaa. Atwood— Jury found
defendant not guilty-
People va. Jiu... Mitchell—Realsting
an officer; plead guilty; aoiiteuue April
28th at 10 A. M.
RET FOR WKUNKHUAT.
People va. Nellie Fillmore.
Ramon Vejar et al va, Monnd City
Laud aud Water Company—Ten days
further time to defendants to aniwer.
Haucosk vs Plnmmer et at—Judg
ment signed aud files!.
The following jurors for good and suf
ficient reasoua were exoneed for tbe ses
sion: K. B. Bowlund, VV. R. Dodaon, H.
T. Finney, Win. W. I/iwe, M. A. Pe
ter*, John Rigglne, S. D. Bryant, Fred
Doha and Henry Haminel were excused
F. 11. Powell et at vs. Main Street
Railroad Company —Continued uutil
April 28th at 9 A. M.
In re insanity, Ida M. Butler-Fnr
ther beariug let for May 3d at 2 P. m.
801 l vs. Coe et al—Argued and sub
MET FOR WEDNENUAY.
Fell vs. Uibson.
I in- minor Courts.
People vs. Ernest Montgomery and
Ah Puy—Disturbing the peace; charge
aa against Montgomery dismissed; trial
of Ah Puy let for May 4th, at 10 a. m.;
Wheeler vs. Baer et al.—Contioued
until May 3d, at 7 p. m.
People vs. Guoug Coon and Ah Chnng
— Battery; discharged.
People vs. Ah Wong—lnfamous crime;
held to auswer; bail $1000.
People vs. A. Demouaset -Abduction;
SET FOR WEDNESDAY.
People v*. W. Manning- - Petit lar-
People v*. Juan Arena*—Disturbing
the peace; trial May 4tb, at 10 a. m.
People vs Frank Naaby—Aaaault to
rob; held to auswer; bail $1000.
People vs. Robert Baldwin—Disturb
ing the peace; trial May 4tb, at 10 a. m.
People vs. Ambrono Moreno—Disturb
ing the peace; same order; bail $20.
People vs. Mike Hanrahan—Larceny;
continued until May Ist 10 a. m.
People vs. Walter V. Johnson—Lar
People vs. Juan Duarte—M urder;
hold to answer.
People vs. Antonio Cota, Feliz Ro
driguez and O. Avilas—Burglary; dis
People v*. John Shea—Disturbing the
C. L. Crux v*. Youug et al. —Con-
SET FOR WEDNESDAY.
People vs. Marshall Franklin.
Chadwick v». VaMez.
Supreme Court Chambers Re
Some six years ago Mr. I. W. Uell
man built a vice bnilding corner Main
aud Commercial streets, in tbe upper
story of which etegaut quarters for the
Supreme Court of ths State were pre
pared. Here the temple of justice haa
been since maintained. Now through
mistaken notion the Court haa deoided
that it doea uot want tbeae beautiful
chambers. Yesterday part of the titt
inga, the library, etc., were removed to
a uouple of rooms in tbe Laofranco
Block. The remainder will be taken to
a warehouse. Mr. Hellmau is refitting
the floor for rooms aud offices, which
will pay bim much better than tbe
Happiness and Health
Are important problems, the former de
pending greatly upon the latter. Every
one ia familiar with tbe healthy prop
erties of fruit, and no one can afford to
be sick ami miserable while tbe pleasant
concentrated liquid fruit remedy, Syrup
of Fig* may be had of our enterprising
druggist, C. F. Heinzeman, agent.
Street Car Line to Vernon.
An adjournsd meeting waa held in
Vernon on Saturday evening laat to hear
the report of tbe committee on the beat
method of obtaining a atreet car line
from Loa Angela* and to aecure thelocA'
tion of tbe proposed Baptist College at
that place. M. V. Oetchel! was Chair
man and F. O. Cass, decrelary. The
committee reported progress nud asked
for further time, which was granted. It
wa* tbe unanimous expression of those
present that tbe work of securing right
of way, etc., for the proposed atreet
railroad should be carried ou vigorously,
and that every reasonable effort should
be made toward securing the location of
the Baptist Seminary at Vernon. A
committee consisting of Messrs. Town
send, Getchell and Cass was appointed
to secure the opening of Orange avenne.
Wild Cherry and Tar.
everybody knows tho virtue* of Wild
Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for
auy effeotiona of the throat and lung*.
Combined with these two ingredient*
are a few simple healing remedies in tbe
composition of BosankVs Congo, and
Lang Syrup, making it just the article
you should always have in the house for
cough*, cold's croup and bronchitis.
Price 50 cents and $1. Samples free.
Sold by C. F. Heinzeman, agent.
Eastern Prices Have Come to
Stay at McDonell's Drug Store,
271 North Main Street.
The enormous profit* once realized by
the drug trade axe a thing of the fait.
We aell oor good* at genuine Eastern
price. For instance, ws will sell you:
Best Gam Camphor 25 c. a lb; regular
price 60 eta.
Colgate* Cashmere Bouquet Soap 25
eta. per cake; regular price 35 cts.
Hoyt'a German Cologne 15 cts.; reg
ular price 25 cts.
Warner's Kidney and Liver Cnre $1
per bottle; regular price $I.2s—and all
other goods at genuine Eastern prices.
Prescriptions compounded at the new
schednle of prices. Remember Mc-
Donell, the druggist, Rose Block.
Coal, Coke, Charcoal and Wood.
The undersigned wholesales and retails
all kind* of hoase. steam and blacksmith
coal, foundry and gas coke and charcoal.
Also all kind* of wood in tour-foot,
two-foot and stove-wood lengtha.
Tbe above delivered to all parts of the
city and connty.
Special ratea for carload lots and to
Wholesale agent for Wellington coal,
tbe best fuel tor all purposes in this
Walter S. Maxwell,
Office, 10 ,Co!irt street; telephone 33.
Yard, corner Alameda and Jackeon
street*; telephone 315.
The Geysers Trip.
The Geyser* rank with the Vosemite
io grandeur of scenery, but the Oeyaers
i* easy of access, only sixteen miles
staging over the most picturesque moun
tain road in California. Hall a day**
ride from San Francisco; fare only $8.50
to the Geysers and return. Kighty-four
touriat* and sightseers visited the gr**at
Geysers cation last week.
The Popilation of Los Angeles.
Is about forty thousand, and we would say
a| least one half are troubled with some af
fection of the throat aod lungs. As those
complaints are, acceording tv statistic*,
more numerous than others, we would ad
vise all not to neglect the opportunity In call
on us and get a bottle of Kemp's Balaam
for lbe throat and lunga. Trial site free.
Price 60 cent* sot 11.00 For sale b/ H. D.
odfrey, Nadeau Block.
Sunset Cigar Factory.
Employ none but "International Uuion
Cigar Maker*." Blue Label on every'
box of cigara. Special inducement to
tbe trade. M. P. Cutler A Co.,
Importer* and Manufacturer*.
119 North Spriug St., Los Angeles, (at
A Remarkable Good Man
is he who atteiid> to the . .mfort of his fam
and will not Ist his little cues suffer with
affection of tbe throat and lungs, whereby
their lives are endangered. but wbo should
at all times give them that sovereign rem
edy, Kemp's Balsam. Prioe .V> centa aud
•LOO. Trial slse free. For sale by H. D.
Godfrey, Nsdesu Block.
Dr. Henley's Nerve Tonic
Is composed of pure extract of Cslsry
Beef and Iron, and i* a food for the
brain, strength for the nervssand en
riches the blood. Beware of immitaUuns.
Phillips' popular pleaeure partial go
ing Kaat leave bare April 17 and 29.
Call o. or addreaa A. Pbillipe * Co., 134
N. Main atreet, Loa Angelea.
Yesterday at about one r. v. a coupl*
of boys who work on Mr. Craw's tract
north of this city, were out in the or
chard where they found onder a tree
the dead body of a man. Word was
■ent to the city, and during the after
noon Coreoor MrFarland and his dep.
uiy, Frank Oakley, went out and held
an inquest on the remain*. No on*
knew the deceased, and no trices of his
identity could in any way Im found.
Near the body was a bottle of strych
nine. The jury rendered a verdict <<f
suicide The mm is about tweuty
aWe years obi, of rather light complex
lou, smooth lace, weighs about 100
pounds, and measures about Hv< (net
nine inches. He was decently di< >tefl
inasuitof working clothon. The bi-dy
is at the undertaking establishment 01
Orr & Hutch, where it will bo kept for
Chinese Shooting Scrape.
At about balf-p.iat seven last evening
a lively fulisade took plane in Negro
alley, a gaug of Chinese being lb" pnr*
ticipauts. Some eight shots were fired,
only oue of them taking effect, and that
inflicting ouly a scalp wound on the eta
nlnm of one of tbe Celestial actoia.
Deputy Constable Altimiranu and Con
stabloJohuC. Cline were near by anil
waie promptly ou the spot. These of
ficers arrested the wounded Mongol and
another of the "inoffensive little brown
men," whom they lodged in tho county
jail. For a moment bullet* whizzed
thick and careless along the classic al
ley, hut fortuiaUly uo serioua injury
was done. Tbe fight ia supposed to
have been over a woman.
The Normal School Grounds.
Work i* progreaaing welt in laying
out tbe beautiful ground* around tbe
Normal School. The whole surface ha*
been graded. Along Charity street a
stone wall ia building. The entrance i*
at the oorner of Charity antl Fifth
*treet* where the road winds around
the south *ide of the bnilding In a
gracefol curve. The ground ou each
aide of the drive ia to be terraced.
When laid out in gras*, flower beda aud
•bruus the effect will be very pretty.
With such place* a* tbe Normal School,
the small parks of the city and tbe
many private gardens iv the city Lo*
Angeles is daily being made more beau
After the defendant had put in nin tes
timony be called James Lasuuiner aud
Legro Clement, who were iv the employ
of Lorrain, step-father of the girl Cuda.
These witnesses testified positively to
facta pointing to improper intimacy be
tween Lorrain and the girt.
Tha prosecution put on aeveral wit
uesse* in rebuttal to corroborate tbe
story of the girl. It was late yesterday
evening when the case waa closed. Tbe
decision of Juatice Austin wa* that
be will give judgment this morning.
List of undelivered telegrams at the
Western Union Telegraph Office, No. 17
North Main street: W F Baughmtn, X
E Twearugin, James Dunn, J X Rus
sell, W Gates, H X Bradbury, E P Ford
care John R. Denny; Fred IV Ferkina,
E Scott, Alex Trotter, care James New
berma; Mr aud Mrs Underwood, Davi*
on A Baker, W R Bassett, Jno A Cole,
John H Robertson, A A Staunton, Mis*
Lizzie McKee, C F Pitkin.
* * * * Pile tuirors, rupture|and
fistula; radically cured by improved
method*. Book 10 cents in ■tamps.
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. Y.
What a Wife Said.
rifmply this aud nothing more:
It came from C. F. Ileiuteman'* store;
Has proved to be a perfect cure,
Pleasant tastiug, safe snd sure.
That gum tree (eucalyptus) cough syrup,
which is made from the eucalyptus, or blue
gum, leaves of the Australian tree, nud dur
ing Us introduction on this coast hss been
proven to be the most valusble remedy for
colds, coughs, sore throat, whooping cough,
bronchitis aud consumption. Tne ouly
remedy that will not cause heartburu or dis
order to tbe stomach ln cases where con
sumption has got firm hold. Relieves the
coughing, builds up the weak frame and Is
positively superior to auy drug cough
remedy. A dollar size package for seventy
flve cent*. 0. F, Heinzeman, Agent,
The New "Hotel Arcadia."
Work has commenced in earnest on
the magnificent new hotel at Santa Mon
ica, which will be the finest hotel iv
Southern California, excepting tbe Ray
mond. The lota In front of the hotel
grounds are now being sold. Go down
and choose a lot for your seaside home.
Mr. Scott haa graded Ocean Avenue,
planted trees in front of each lot, nnd
will make Scott* Addition the most de
sirable place on the coast.
A Sad Misfortune.
Is to raise a nice fsmlly nf hoys and girls
and then hsve them carried to an early
grave by that horrlbledlsease,<:onsiimpti..n.
Heed the warning and check It in lis first
stages by the prompt use of Kemp's Balsam
(or the Throat and Lungs, warranted tocure
and relieve all cases. Price Mi cents and tl.
For sale by K. D. Godfrey, Nadeau Block.
Trial size free.
The Fuel Question.
The Edward* Oil Bnrner tit* in any
stove. Born* common coal oil at I 2£
cent* per gallon. Call and *ec them in
operation at the office of Lo* Angeles
Oil Burning and Supply Company, Ul
West First street.
Ladies Buffering from female weak
ness, irregularities and all diseases mci
dent to their sex, should consult Mrs.
Dr. Wells, whose specialty ia diseases of
women. Consultation free. 341 Spring
Lung Diseases Cured.
Inhalations are positive in their action
tuick and astlng In thefr effect In the cure
if ail lung diseases. So says Dr. Williams.
Ladles who are troubled with cramps nnd
nervousness should drink Dsmiaua Bitters.
It is pleasant to take.
A NAdAL INJECTOR free with each bottle
of Hhlloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price fill centa
cold by C. F. He nsemsn, l&N. Malu street.
WILL TOO BUFFER with Dyspepsfs and
Liver Complaint: Shiloh's Vilallier It
guaranteed to cure yon. Bold by C. K.
Heinseman 122 North Main street .
WHEN DOCTORS cannot help you, then
take Ollmore's Magnetic Elixir for your
throat and lungs. For sale by H. D. Godfrey
MIDDLB-AOED MEN who lack vigor and
vitality can be cured by Ollmore's Aromatic
Block. For sale by U. D. Godfrey, Nadeaa
m GRAPE CORK.
Sick Headache and
Tije crystallised lelta, v extracted from
francs and fruit, a moat wonderful product
rom Nature's labratorr. Have It In yom
homes and travels—a specific for the fainted,
weary or worn-out. It cures sick heads*-he,
dyspepsia, stomach and bowel complain tv
remove* MmtMHi nlmtilates the liver to
a heathy action, counteracts the effects of
Impure water and the excessive uh of s en
nolle beverages and prevents the absorption
of malaria, and siippltea to tbe system the
want af sound ripe fruit. Prepared by the
London Sai.-Mi'hactilli Co.,
low do f. ■holano.
Beware of Imitation*. The geuulne in
• tilue wrappers only."
CB>>Seud for circulars to Q. K\ AN*
VfTcH, Oeoerel Americau manager, P. O.
Box New York City
Mention this paper
For sale by tbe following Druggist.
Preuaa A fiance. Central Pharmacy, Tf
and 79North dorlns;street; C. F. Helm-emeu,
133 N Main -1 H. A. Godfrey, 11 South
Bprinf. Kills A Co., /7 8. Spring. F. J, Gleam,
M S up. Im. C. Laux, Jr. US N. Main St..
K. C. Ouirado, 2.11 N. Main St., next to Dow
aey Block, Loe Augeles, Cal. mar*)
The Greatest Real Estate Sale of the Season, Sub-division of the Celebrated Co-operative Nursery Tract.
(•rami Sale of* 4SrJ Knuitiftil IteHideNce LotH, Earli 51 rivet Frond, Including 15 Extra Large Corner Prize Lots,
Ou South Main Street, near JefTeruon, at $250 Bach, on Easy Installments, Without Interest, With these LotH are included Ten Beautiful and Expen*
ive OottaifvH, Jour mast Kleotrlu Lights, Ample and Heavy Clank Sidewalks in front of eTery Lot. 14-year-old Seedling Orange Trees; Also bearing
Urepe Viues, all of which are Free to Subscribers.
fgy-Hooks Isr (subscription Will be sipetied M mm after Thnridar, April «i>th, at J. »i. Halrhelwr A I'o., Heal Estate Auctioneer*, Hsenii 3» aud 3b ttadeau Him h
The owner of (Ids property raspectlully refers tn His Honor Mayor H pence, President of Pfrst Nat. Hank; President John K. Plater, of Los Angeles County Hank. President Ceo If. Honebraka, of Los Augeles Nat. Bank.
A very unusual pportunity to ol>taln a lovely home tn the most beaut: Jul Houthcrn suburbs of l,oa Angeles Four hundred and eighty two lots for sale on terms within the reach of any one winning a bono- of tbeir
ewn at less rate* than house rent ''an be obtaloed. Over one half or these lot- Contain 14 year old seedling orange t reps, not common oranges, remember. A few lota of thfn section afford a good family living. One third ot
these loin are covered v lib tbe thr. c best varieties id bearing grape vines. All but a small portion of tbe remainder In li yenr old roll bearing seedling orange tree*, i his estate, night lv and well td tun ted, noted for the ear*
It hat always bad, with high, level ground, way above any possible overflow, is the gem of the city 'I be scenery m ewry direr-lion in of great client and beaiily Hit n ued 2\' % ml lea south of the Pnstoffle», ou the chlet Ihor
oiisliftre o( L"h Aogi'les. dim lly In line with the heavy or more valuable business growth of tbe city. No other street contains nu di valuable property. This fact Is most Issportatit nud nbonld ba remembered by those
lookiua for fnt ire rise of value*. Hut 10 minute*' drive in.rib or thin silo on the name street lots of same site nail for |'<WOO each.
I I it tis : Cash, or $50 cash, $;> In 1 month |b> iv tunuihs $lo in ;i motif-s, and every :t months tin-n-ifier until ii's) is paid. Hubicrlotions will be received st above rates direct br tbe owner, whoso responsibility N
or Die highest claaa. A meeting of all subscribers will bo held on or about July :tl, Ihmi;, for the purpose or selecting thp lot subscribed for. Allllls nteetli g a rouiinlltee of three will be appointed by the subscribers. The
tinmen of every subscriber will then be rend cloud fnun wrilten nlipa of paper, whioh will then be placed In a suitable box, from which, when all tbo names are placed therein, will he drawn by the committee, one name at
one time. This name wlo-n read aloud permit* its owner to select the best lot of the entire number unchoaen. A deed will then be made out and the subscriber can take lin mediate possession. Tbo deed to remain lv the
owuer'H hand* until 12 .'al the price of the lot shall be paid. To give every subscriber a fair chance, Oaf name is entitled to select not more I ban one lot containing a dwelling house, nor is one name entitled to seleot more
than one-half the lots (but inline siibs-r t hss (or either on New Msln or Han Pedro streets, except two lots In one uame.
Thesedwellings are lo be beautiful iv design, ten in number ami strictly flrni duns in every respect, > omplete iv every respect ami ready for occupancy without any additional expense. Their cost of construction is a
, mparatively large figure. Plans and designs may he seen at our ofllee, I. M, BATOIIELOIt A CO., Heal Estate Auctioneers, liooms to and Nadeau itlock, w here tbe subscriptions are now received. Maps to be had and
i M'-y informattou on sppllcatlon.
The Main street borne oar line has already arranged to go to the comer of Main and Jefferson streets, within five minutes' walk id the tract, ami will be extended to past* the tract on demand or n su Undent number of
iic« resident-. A second horse ear line is projected, to past. * [thin a block of tbe entire east side of the tract, which extends nearly one mile on Han Pedro street. Also ths main line of Col. Howlaiid's Electric Railroad will
run either past the entire tract uu San Pedro street, or within a parallel block, mi its way out of the city. The Hanta Monica Kail mad has now a Flag Htat lon within five minutes' walk from the tract, so there will he no lack of
eoerj] knee in and horn the center ot the city. The water on the ground is of the best -| nil lly. It can be tested at the laborers' house on Hsu Pedro side o( the estate. Water will he piped from the city main as noon as there ll
a ■ufboient demsud. Tlie property lien dost by tbe University of Houthern Califorula, affording a first-class education for the young, within easy walking distance. A team will convey passeugers daily to aud from the tract
fare 0 cents each way, leaving Nadeau H.oek at stated Intervals.
J. M. BATCHELOR & CO.. Keal Estate Auctioneers, 3!) and 35 Vulcan Block.
JOHN C. BELL k CO..
REAL M PATE AND UKNK.KAL AUCTION
X X KS. Office, Room I .'ti Nadeau Block.
Take the elevator aud the boy will
direct you to tbe otllce.
Real Kntate In all parts of tlie city, Inelud
Ing residences aud business properties
blocks aud ranches, subdivided aud aold at
auction or private sale.
Appraisement* of every deNcrlptlon of
property a specialty Hides made nt auction
by or of Courts, AduiiniMintor*, Executor*.
CoiuiniNMoiturft, lteeeivern. Mortgagee and
Trusteea, faithfully complying with pre
scribed legal for inn
Houses and ms rented, assume charge
of property, hold power ol attorney for ab
sentees, colled rants, attend to taxes, insur
ance, street work, Improvements and build
Also, warehouse and auction, horse and
carriage mart and sales yard, Los Augeles
street, between First aud Second streets.
AT 11 O'CLOCK,
With poaltive order, lo aell to the higlieat
bidder lor cash, oi liven ol deed, on ac
count o( his belnt obliged to leitve for th.
By John <. BellA Co.,
That flue cottage with the highly improved
grounds, covered with orange, lemon aud
deciduous trees, blackberries, raspberries
and strawberries. I he cottage coutalus 4
room*, and bathroom ; also fine cellar. The
r ottage is modern I.mil, pi.i/zss front aud
back. The view if excellent of mountain
aud valley. I he best of water, cold, clear
and sparkling, from the uiouutaiiiH. There
sre seveu hydrants on the ground; a great
abundance of water. This property Is situ
ated on Marengo avenue, between Mount
am and Illinois streets, only a short distance
from the I'ostoftice at Pasadena.
Take the train ol the Pasadena A San Ga
oriel R. X., that leaves fifteen minutes of
oiue o'clock on the day of sale: leavessbsrp
on time. Stop at the r-asadi na depot. Free
carriage will take you onto the grounda.
Certificate of title ou ihe grounds on the
day of sale. Parties having the flash will
find they will obtain a grent bargain, aa the
owner is compelled to go F.ast, and would
like toelose everything immediately.
LARGE AUCTION SALE I
Oreat, (irand Excursion !
B, .loin. 13. Bell a t.m.,
On Friday, April .10,1886,
At 11 O'CLOCK,
to i in. , Large, Elegant
HOMESTEAD k VILLA RESIDENCE LOTS,
1* MH nlnlnflj Two Arrea Kach.
Cnnnectiug with our sale l« the great,
grand excursion. Band of mufde. Free
lunch Fare for tbe round trip : <Q ceuis.
Free ride from olive wood .Station. Every
body will be happy and delighted, they
always are. Hale takes place on the ground.
This property is situated ou Mountain street,
east of Lake avenue, Pasadena.
These lots are admirably situated for
homesteads or villa lots. Their afxe com
mends them to 'he thinking purchasers.
Located within Aye miuutea'drive of the
Olive wood Station on the L. A. A H. 0. V. R
R., makes them suited to purchasers doing
DSUaassM in the city and yet desiring the
pleasures of a quiet home. Their healthful
posltlou at the base of tbe mountain, with a
higher altitude than the Raymond Hotel,
render them extra desirable for theinvafld.
Ihe quality of the soil, a rich, sandy loam,
free from gravel and adobe, makes them
unsurpassed for any aud ail varieties of
fruit snd vegetables. Free from mountain
wash during tbe freshets. Tbe view from
a'l the lots is excellent. The mountain and
tbe ocean both gfviug interest to the sight.
The k:rests and avenues at and near the
tract are exceptionally fine, being newly
made of moderate width. The improve
ments In the immediate nelghborbo<id give
promise of being the finest among tbe sub
urbs of the city. The immediate fature
holds in store a full ahare of the enterprises
faat making Paaadena the wonder ol tbe
ass. Amoug which are the cable road on
tbe magnificent Prospset aveuue grade to
the mountain, from the terminus of which
a wooderfullyarcessibie trail will he made
to the summit: also the Las Flores Hotel, the
site of which has been purchased, aud East
erncapitaliHts stand ready to fulfill the de
sire of the tourist and thu want of the in
valid by placing a grand hotel on Nature's
choicest site, the mouth of the Las Floras
Canon. All of these enterprise* will have a
direct influence on the value of every one
of the lota to be aold. On many ol thee lots
are to be found deciduous trees, just begin
ning to bear, thereby insuring comfort, lux
ury and income at once. On one of these
lots is a fine new house and barn, with all
needed surroundings. The house haa sight
good hired, well finished rooms. The
barn fnrntsbe* room for horses, carriages
snd cow j also a start has been made of tio w
ers snd ornamental surroundings. Thia lot
furnlnhearrsdy at hand a fine home for auy
one with reasonable desires. Water—To
each of ttiese lots la piped a full shareof the
purest cold, sparkling water. The water
comes in extra strong gaa pipe from the
mountain, one thousand feet higher than
tbe lots. Tbe supply of water Is continually
Increased and ample iv quantity and une
qualled in quality, while tbe expense ot
conducting the water system is leasthanany
other In Pasadeua. NOTjt—Aod laat but
not least, we shall not expect mora than
city pricen for country properly, hut will be
satisfied wlih what they are worth today,
and allow the advsnce thai future Improve
ments may bring. Tills consideration, to
gether with our terma, place them within
the reach of all who want a home. TE it MH
—One-third cash, balance ou or be
fore three years, at ~' 3 per cent. Interest.
Free carriages will meet you on tbe day of
sale at Olivewood Station. An elegant free
lunch will b* served on the ground. A
free carriage will always fie in readiness to
taks you to the ground on tfie arrival of the
trains. N. G. YOCI'M. office room No. 7,
Ward Bros. Block, Pasadena, or JOHN C
BELL, the auctioneer, office Na-leau
Block. Ask the elevator boy. he will direct
At No. 314 South Spring Bt.,
On Wrdae,..,, ..rll
Al 1. O'Clnek a. ...
All the household And klu>heo furniture
contained In ID r00m,., rougi-sling of Parlor
Bel, Larje Mnutle Mirror, 1 W.lnut Marble
Top Tm.le.., Ki.v Ch.tr., Rocker., 1 W.luut
He.lr ■ lata. M.rhle Top Walnut Bed
•lead., Child's Hed.tend, -odehoard, Kxteu
.lon T-l.le, liinios ch.ir., I.„r«e Walnut
Hall H it Kaek. la.lv'- Look Hhelvea,
DlnlDß H<„.lo Mirror, Spnoi: M 'lra.aea.Lace
Curtain-. Hoily Hnm-el- C.rp is, Htalr and
Hall Uarpe'a, I.innlouin, ,\ irlaU. Haute
No. » aud Islam, Di.k*. I Qt*Mwa*a, Kltch
•n ITteualls, Ac , .to dale poaltive and
NORTH CRAFTS A CLARK,
a|. - ." Auctioneers.
THE Bbjn of tha Arkmnaaw Comb.
a HiTupu looking jcaaUaqoam a. I&.
Do ynn want . anre, safe, anil rellaMa
f oruth Mynip? Are, yon troubled with a
< on»h. 101.1, Broncf.itia or Lor* l orn
plaint? Di.yonrH.biea keep hSawake
all nuhlwith. Hai-kin* Concha. Cold. In
.. . , 1 D*! >l '° "*"' aomethin.
reliable In the houae to meet tl,.—,
emenrenrfe. ? We an.wer to allt "Oo
tp yonr in mortal and .et . Bottle of the
Arkanaaw Couirh Syrnp, anil lie troubled
Do more." Price, SO oeata par Bottle!
PRICKS A lIAriCK. wholraale and Jretall
Drurctst. and Menu facturio. Pharmacist.,
Noa. 77 and 79 North Sprint .treat. Tale
phone No. tf.. r. O. Box U<£
113 N, Sprint? St.,
For tha latest aad finest style* at foods.
THE LAST DAYS
—oi? 1 o T3 n —
DILLON fi KENEALY
Beg leave to announce to the public of the city and
county of Los Angeles that during the next few weeks
they propose to dispose of the remaining portion of their
Or? Ms and Fie? Goofls.
To accomplish this we will mark down every dol
lar's worth of goods in our store to such prices as will
insure a final clearance. We have yet in our stock sev
eral thousand dollars worth of the choicest and most de
sirable goods, which must be closed out within a few
We invite special attention to our stock of
DILLON & KENEALY,
Oorner Main and Requena Sts.
All persons indebted to (he firm will please
settle their accounts. Fixtures Tor sale. mV * lw
are hy H. **. Hnkrr A «10., - * «l
t%\T~ An. ■hi- wanted. for Testimonial*.
mur3t«mo Address T. C NARAnOKF,, loa Anffel«i, I * I.
1 BARKER & SONS, 1
£ 13 and 15 NORTH SPRING STREET, |--t
Opp. Pn«o<Bee, Loa Angela., r™3
ggj Offer TJiipreoodoutocl Barfalna in 4
0 Fnrnitnre, Carpets, Upholstered Goods, Bedding w
tX MATTING, CURTAINS, WALL PAPBR, ETC. _
Call to See Their Stock Before Purchasing..
UJ apre am
BEE MEN, ATTENTION I
60 Pound Hooey Cases for tie Million.
GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING.
OUR DOUBLE EXTRA HOSE GUARANTEE!) THE BEST MADE.
OHANDAJjL, CROW c*s CO..
ao and 311 North Bprlnc SB*. ap?7 3m
MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS
WHOLESALE AND HKTAII. DEALER IX
Imported and Key West Cigars,
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Cigarettes, Playing Cards, ate.
100 AND tO2 NORTH SPRINQ STREET, CORNER MARKET,
Temple Block, opposite Court Hone*. Loa Angelea, Oai.
IMr Special loduoement offered to Urn Jobbing Trad*. Poetoftoe Box No. 1A4.1 fe* |
GRAND EXCURSION&ATJCTION SALE!
ON TUESDAY, MAY NTH, 1886.
Fifty of tbe Largest, Finent, and Moat Elegant Residence Building
Lots F.ver Offered for Sale ln Pasadena.
Hy John o. 8011, tlxo Auotlon'r
Office ie<> Nml»a Hlork. Take the Elevator. Aak the Boy.
Male ... order of T. P, I I KIN., Keal Hatale healer, Paaadena.
These lots are situated on the famous Marengo avenue, on high, imooth ground.
The most of these Int. are covered Willi all choice an.l selected fruit tree., aa orange
and lemon, dccidnouß trees ol every description, r'lve Iff luulea* walk from
Htiynionil Million mill tike It■ fin m ml Hotel.
VIEW Nol a lot hut what eoinmauda a Itue view of the mountains and Paaadena .
lovely home.; and, lv lad, ol the entire Sau llabrlel Valley. The flnesi climate on the
faceol the universe. WATKK The uioiiulaiu water, clear and sparkling, la piped lv
iron pipe. In Iron! ol every lot: alio water .lock given Willi each lot.
II U.K. I KKKC I, which will l,e shown on the day of .ale H'ree llluch nu the ground
A baud of in v lie ace< mi pan ies the auclinti .ale and the Krand eieuralou. We belleva
every dollar invested In 11. lot. will doulde and triple helore licit winter.
TKKMH OK n A 1.1 flue hall ca.h, balance in one year, at 8 per cent interest.
I ...nil.i< Hie Property Hrfore lit. liny of Wale. Partlea wlahlog
to be ahown the properly will please call on T. P. LIIKKN-1. H. X UOODVYIN. or j.
ELLIS, at their olllce. In Pasadena. Kor liirlher particular, call on JOHN 0. UKI.L, tbe
Auctioneer. mp/li td
TEMPLE BLOCK. OPPOSITE UNITED STATES HOTEL,
Dealer In all 1.1e.l Improved Kugllah and American Utiles, Shotguns, Pistols and Amtnn
i.iii,.ll. Ail wot k ,lone in bcsl style speaking for Itself and uo need nf self pralae.
hoke Isirhig and repairing of fine guns a specialty. Telephone No. m aeplS
X "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"APOLLINARIS reigns alone among Nat
ural Dietetic Tabic Waters!'
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, May 3 ., i 83 4 .
Of all Grocerx, Druggists, and Mineral Water Dealers.
BEWARE OF 1 IMITATIONS.
-iMW\ MOWER, //
BEBT tvi /».x>n //
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO.,
48 &50 N. MAIN ST. ' *»«ms?"'-
SPRING AND SUMMER
New Styles for Gents, Boys and Children at
A-lbernettLv cfc Taft's,
73 N. SPRING STREET.
J. M. BATCHELOR & CO.,
OFFICE 35 Nadeau Block,
narehftii.. will, HlfM Br»i.,
. . 11l |n ...... \ |.< ..II ill. SI.
U,OW) Kn« llrpo.lle.l ..111. Ihe
I rani, «lerh.
REAL ESTATEOWNEBS INVITED to CALL.
Lends subdivided for auction vie. Merch
andise Invited lor miction. »t ware
house or on owner', premises.
To Be Given Away for Next
Twenty •cres ol Und I mile tooth of cilr
aud a half mile In.in ItieVVrii.iii M-lum! hou-e
lets) Orange tree., hearing. 1100 Apple trees,
bearing, let" Pruh trees, bearing, 700
French Prunes, t.earing; Ml Peers, bearlug.
15 Plum trees, hearing.. 'IS Apricot trees,
hearing, and *o urape Vines, foreign.
Abundance ol city water, ttiiined through
triet: irowsofuum trees 70 leet high on
tbe north, east and west sides ol land, and a
Lime hedge In Iront. Wihsl enough can lie
cut to supply a doaen famlllea. The frulla
are of the very heat varieties, and hare been
selected with great care. Uo-sl neighbor
hood; church and school close by. Hereto
fore the frulla have been sold on the treea
for good prices, ■ avlng tlie trouble of heud
ling" The place paid a very handsome In
come laat season, and tu. owner will assure
tbe buyer of an Income this year of Ct,M> or
Or will aell one half. For further partlcu
laralminlre a! office of t. E. KOW AN, 114
11 Spring et aptll
Oervaise Pureed, B. A. C. E.,
Coisiltißi Eiffjneer and Suneyor,
Associate Mem >. r Institute Civil
aft«vs>aa 14 Allen Block, corner M|
end Temple. J»*l
he charged tor the use or either or our
lleereee Inalde of ;j- RR t BlrrcH .
«.ARRETI' A NKIT/KK.
aprl lm McBKATNEY A HOWRY^
NAY AT $6 PER TOM
In lota of one ton sad upwards, aainlra of
A. J. MIIKRIIM.E,
Opposite Washington Garden.
W. X DOBSON, 1. I. FORD.
Architect. Wood Carver,
DOBSON & FORD,
No. 117 W«gt First St..
LO9 ANGELES. ap2ft tf CALIFORNIA
For Sale—File Dairy Fir&
Comprising 70 acres nf tbe best land la
the country, 12 ml lea from Loa Angeles, 1
mile from Fulton Wells P.O , 2 miles from
either Downey or Norwalk stations on R. R.
House of A rooms—, hard finished—milk
house <>f brick; hen-house nnd stabler:
good well with windmill, tank aad pipes
leading; to house snd yards for stock: or
chard of >• j teres eont-ilning SS hearing or
•.ngetreer?, beside* other fruit trees, wood
growing on tbe place sufficient mr home
ii"c Tl cows, Nome nearly full blood Jersey,
ami thoroughbred Jersey bull, registered on
both sides. The !and Is fenced iv lota aad
bounded ••n the west by New River, where
stock always find water. Will be aold With
or without stock, or exchanged for city
property. Address "T," HaaALDofflca.
'« J V-'.!'.'■'.'. - ii..."" o"it.in'i iLi'Vaaa,
.ot.iti-i -me V.l ; r.»l.«1«»T»« eaMiaJieeaae
THE VNDEKSIQirED, having terminated
hia agency for the O » Child, nurver
lea, hereby/ uoATeee ail persons having
claims against, aud all rereens .win* aaid
nursery, will present them lav settlement at
office of O. W. Chil.l.. room I, Opera Houae
:„,:..ling. THoH. A. IiARIY.
FLORA. I. ASCSi rnOPICAinURSfRIFS
IMrs. Lontsa J. Ilerey, Proprietor)
I beg leave lo announce H my friends
and the public 'n general tbat 1 have thia
day accepted heageaeyof the above nure
erlea OPTICE, JSWeet First street. P. 0.
Box 45J. Loa Angelea, Cel.
aprlo-laa Tmoa. A. Q.aar.
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A. C. HOLMES.
OFFICE, No. IT Temple Block. Mela
street side. rU'.idenee, MM West First da.,
Loe Angelea. apiatf
Attention. Stock Men.
A first class alfalfa ranch, will ..change
tor cows and horeea, MoRTOHI! A SON.
marlatl LUt N. spring etreei