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Card from tlie Urssa-Broweri
Owing t) the announcement made by
the State Board of Viticultural Com
missioners, that they would not be able
to devote for the purposeßiiflicient funds
to insure tha holding of a successful
State Conveutiiu tho present season, and
appreciating tho great beaetit heretofore
derived by tho vitieul uriats of Califor
nia from the annual State Conventious
heretofore inaugurated und conducted
by the Viticultural Commissioners, it
has been decided to hold a general State
Convention undo the auspices of the
Grape-Growers' and Wiuc-Makers' As
sociation of California.
All persons in any way interested iv
viu:cu i cure or viticulture in tho various
branch- a, whether as producer, of wine,
brandy, raisins or other viticultural
products, or as dealers in tbe same, and
manufacturers and dealers in viticultural
implements, are hereby invited to be
present at the Convention without fur
A committee of the following-named
gentlemen h is been appointed to solicit
Ittndt to defruy the necessary expenses
of tbo Convention, and to iuvite pro
ducers and others t> send exhibits of
their viticulture! products: D. A.
Scrimgeour, Napa county; Chas. Kohler,
Jr., oouomi county; A I. Swee'zer, So
lano county; D. C. Fecly, Santa Clara
comity; A. Era, [Los Augeles couuty;
C. C. Melver, Mission Sun Jose, and F.
L Fowler, Livermore, Alameda county;
M. Deuicko, Fresno county; Wm. Palm
ing, San II into county; M. Keatioge,
Lake couuty; and Ur. J. A. Stewart,
Sauta Cruz county.
All who aro willing to contribute
mouey for the above purpose, may hand
their subscriptions to any member of
that committee, or can forward the same
to any of the undersigned.
Those who send samples of wine,
brandy, raisins or other products, or
implements, are requested to for
ward them to "Viticultural Conven
tion, Grand Hotel, Sau Francisco," in
time for t'tem to arrive as early aa the
4 h day nf March, otherwise it rray De
impo-sible tn classify them iv time for
lb is not the intention to have any
competition between individuals as to the
merits of their respect.ye products, but
all are requested to taste andextmino
for themselves, and draw their owu con
clusions. However, in the general in
terest of the producers, proper commit
tees will be appointed to carefully ex
amine all samples sent, who will be
asked to repoit on the distinctive char
acteristics of the products of the differ
ent districts of the State, in order to la.
a foundation for classification of the
types produced within the boundaries of
well defined districts.
The Convention will be held at the
4irand Hotel, San Francisco, com
mencing Monday, the 7th day of March,
1887, at 11 o'clock a. St., and will con
tinue four days. Tho annual election of
officers of the Association will be held
during the first day, aud all members
are expected to bo present without
Distinguished speakers, representing
tbe Viticultural Commission, the Uni
versity of California, the producers, the
merchants, etc., have been invited toad
dress the convention, and a proper pro
gramme will be prepared announcing
the order of exercises.
K. C. Priber,
11 First street,
Clarence J. Wetmuke,
-04 Montgomery street,
E. H. Rev.ford,
52S California St., Sau Francisco.
' The bristles' star In the medical firma
ment la Bed Star Cough Cure. 1j cents.
Sail Rernardliio's Progress.
San BctDa:dino is still rapidly ad
vancing to that poutioa which will
cause her to le lecognzed by all as one
Of tho most enter) rising paces in South
ern California. A project is now on
band to build a street railroad to the
extension of bixlh street, directly north
of the Cuoley tract, to tbe towu of Har
lem. The cars are either to bo propelled
by motor, horse, mule or electric power.
A petition signed by J. H. Sin th, Presi
dent of the First Natioual Bauk, W. N
Crandall, Cashier of the Fust National
Bank, E lwar.l Daly, Jr, aud other
prominent citizens, will be presented
■Wore the Board ol Supervisors at their
first regular meeting, askiug for a char
ter-to build the road. If the charter is
granted, work will be commenced imme
diately upon the road. This road wili
be a great benefit to all the eastern por
tion of tbe city, as it will open up for
the market some of the moat desirable
residence property in the city, besides
much hue, rich laud outside of the city
limits, at which point nice artesian
water can bo had by boring to a reason,
able aepth. Now is the time, if ever,
to give San Bernardino a graud push
forward and show other places what
climate ami locatiou can do.—[Sau Ber
When the freight train was ditched be
youd Del Mar, Monday, February 14th,
express train No. I, shatter charge of Con
ductor McCord, was delayed and the pas
sengers were eODS'ijuently considerably
"cut of sorts." But Conductor McCord
made them all supremely happy by run
ning hi* train back and ordering a tine
dinner at the Casa Del Mar. And not
only that, but when evening drew mar
aud tho tracks had not ye: been cleared,
another banquet was ordered, and Mr.
Warner, manager of the hotel, outdid all
previous elforts iv o .tering and vied with
the genial conductor iv making the de
layed passengers contented. So well did
they succeed that several concluded to
enjoy tho hospitality of Casa Del Mar for
several days and at once enrolled them
selves among the hotel's guests. The
highost Uraise is bestowed upon Conduc
tor McCord for his untiring efforts to
make every one satisfied, aud he fully
sustained the reputation of tbe California
Southern Railroad Company by doing
it.—|Son Diego Sun.
A Runaway Devoid of Accidents.
The ho.-ses haraessed to oue of McLain
k Lehman's t-anafer wagons, which had
been left unhitched iv front of Wells,
Fargo k Co.'s ollice, on Arcadia strett,
at 12:30 yesterday, started on a run down
Main street, iucieasiug their speed rapid
ly as they went ou. They nurrowly
missed a buck, but ran ; nto a dirt-wagon
before reaching Commercial aud stopped
short. Officer Fletcher arrested the
driter, who had not managed to keep up
with his runaway team, but run fast
enough to be on hand when the team
was embargoed by the policeman.
A New Firm.
llotello k Crane have opened a feed
and salo stable and coal aud wood
yard at -J.H Upper Main street. What
Mnclovt i don't know about horses isn't
Mayor Workman yesterday called at
tbe Herald office and brought the iu
formition thai not a single case of
smallpox has been developed within
Useful and Hurtful Medicines.
There Isaoertaiu class of remedies for cot •
atlpation absolutely useless. these are
bolua-.i and potions mado in great part of
nndophyllln. aloes, rhubard, gamboge, and
other worthless lugredlents. Tho damage
they do to the stomachi cf those who use
them is Incalculable. They evacuate ttte
bowels, it Is true, hut always do so violently
and profusely, aud besides, gripe the bowels
Their effect is to weaken bo lit hem and the
slomaci Better far to use the aerc-abte
and salutary ap-rlent, BostottMr'sOtomaeh
Bitters, the laxsiive effect of which is never
preceded by paiu, or scoompanicd by a
convulsive, violent action of tbo b>wel«.
On the contrary. It invigorates those organs,
the aud the entire system. A. «
Cleans of cnrlog and preventing malarial
fevers, no medicine cau campare with It,
aud It remedies nervous debility, rheums
tisni, kidney an ' bladder Inactivity, and
other Inorganic ailmeu a.
Cure for Piles.
PILES sre frequently preceded by s rente
of weight in the back, loins and lower part
of the abdomen, causing the patient to sup
pose he has some affection of tbe kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms
of indigestion are present, flatulency, uu
easlness of tho atomach, etc. A moisture
like perspiration, produclug a verydlsa
groeable Itchtug, after getting warm. Is a
common attendant. Blind, bleeding aud
itching piles yield at ouco to tho application
of f>r. Bosauko's Pile Remedy, which acts
directly upon the parts affected, absorbing
the tumors, allaying the iutense ltchlug,
aud effecting a permanent cti'e Price 51)
cents. Address the Hosanko Medicine Co.,
adqua, O. Sold by E. F. Hclnzeniau.
Palpitation of the Heart.
I'ersous who suffer from occasional pal
pitation of the heart are often unaware that
they arc tha victims of heart disease, «nd
sre liable to die without Warning. They
should banish this alarmiut svuiptom aud
cure the disease tw using Dr. Flint's Heart
Keuiedv. At all druggists, or J. J. Mack &
Co., I aiid 11 Front street. Sau Francisco.
Pout use poisonous face powders. Free
man's medicated Invisible Is guaranteed
absolutely harmless, preserves the complex
ion removes blemishes and r. tails for two
bits, try It.
Abltl.ie Ointment Is put up in two ounce
tin boxes, and la au absolute cure for old
sores, ulcers, burns, wounds, salt rheum, fe
ver sores, chapped hands and all skin erup
tions. Will positively cure all kinds of
piles. Aek for tho Original Abietiue Olut
eient, In two ouce boxes. Price, 25 cents.
For sale by Preuss A Usnoc, Druggists, 77
and 79 N. Sprlug street.
Damiana Bitters makes the old young and
the weak stroug and healthy. M. Levy a
Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents.
BLEEPLFSS NIGHTB, made miserable by"
that terrible cough. Shllnh's Cure Is tho
remedy for you. C. F. Heinzeman, agent,
You will never have a sour stomach If you
use Damiana Bitters.
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by shllnh's
Cure. C. F. Heiuremau, agent. Los Alleles.
MR. A. BIOOINB, of Wyoming, N. V.,
says he had the piles for nearly 40 years,
and was cured by using Oilmorc's Pile
Specific.—C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An
WILLIS L. CULVER, of Pavilion, N. V.,
says that Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir cured
him of a long stoudiug Throat and Lung
trouble C. F. HEINZEMAN, Ageut, Los
JAMES SULLIVAN, of Salem, Oregon,
says ho was cured of the Asthma b« Gil
more's Magnetic Elixir. For sale by C. F.
Heinz -vi ,v, agent, Los Angeles.
MIDDLE-AGED MEV who lack vigor and
vitality can be cured by Gilmorc's A torn t-
Ie Wine. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman,
agent, Los Angeles.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh s Catarrh Rem
edy. Price 50 centa. Nasal Injector free.
C. v. Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles.
WILL YOU BUFFER with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shilob's Vttallser is
guaranteed to cure you. C. F. Heiuaeman,
agent, Los Angeles.
Was the name formerly given to Scrofula
because of a superstition Unit It could bo
cured by n kind's touch. The world it
wiser vow, and knows that
ciin only be cured by v thorout !i i ttriiiea
:ion of" the blood, it tl.i.- Is neglected,
ihe disease perpetuates it*, taint through
feneration after generatlou. Among Us
earlier syrnptainatii! developuuuts tin
iCczeiriivi Cutaneous Eruptions, Tu
mors, iiois. Carbuncles, xirysipelaa,
Purulent Ulcers, Nervous :>inl Vhy
deal Collapse, etc. If tilkiwcd to con
tinue, Ituentnntlsui, Scrofulous Cu
tarrn, Kidney and Liver Discuses,
I'ubercuUir Consumption, and varl
ousother dangerous or lata; uiuUidlvs, un
produ c J by it.
/.-• the only aoiverfitl and t&wtms reliable
> . «.-. it htsosCtel
u:ii mi alterative that it eradicates from
ihe ivstem Heredltar)' Scrofula, rmd
ill • kindred poison* <>r coutugion* discuses
..ni mercury. At tho same time it nt
rieh— and vitalizes lite blood, restoring
healthful action to the vital organs and
rejuvenating the entlra system. Tiiisgi'iai
[a compose 1 of Ihe cmuine Hondvrtt:
Sortaparilla, with Yellow Dock, tftll
llngia, ili • lodides of AttoMivm and
Iron, and other ingredients of great po
lency, carefully ami sclentlllcnliy com
pounded. Its formula is generally known
to tin' medical profession, ami ihe best
physicians constantly prescribe Aykp.'s
BausapalllLXA as :ui
For nf] disease* caused by the vitiation of
the blood, it is coucentrutcd to tho high*
est practicable degree, far beyond any
other preparation for which like effects
ore claimed, and b therefore the cheapest,
M well al tha best blood purifying medi
cine, iv the world.
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast.
Sold by all Druggists: Price 91;
Six bottles for $&
HALL'S PULMONARY BALSAM,
The best remedy for Coughs, Colds aud In
fluenza aud lucfptent Consumption. Sold
by all druggists forM cents.
J. R. GATKB A CO., Proprleters,
dS-lf 417 Sansome 'treet. S. F.
Ventura and Santa Barbara
BTAGE OFFICE AT NATJCK HOUSE,
First Street, between Spring and Main
E. T. lIHYANT. H. A. BBANSCOH.
JJKYAKT m BKANSCOM,
Klin STAR I I Mt TRANSFER CO.,
"36 North Main Street, Baker Block.
Baggaoe And Fkeii'.ht iianui.ed with Cabr
Special attention giveu tn the removal of
Pianos aud Organs. Telephone No. 401.
Is M J X WET T, Superintendent.
COOKE & WISEMAN,
BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY
75 N. Spring St., Loi Angeles. ocU tf
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. FEBRUARY 2<l. 1887.
SUCCESS IN CURING DIBEABEB, WE
must In truth, say, has been most re
markable. His kiud and honest dealings
with his patients is especially to bo com
mended. We take pleasure in recommend
ing hiaa aaa gen leman and physician. I'U.
BENNETT has been Investigating the na
ture o( diseases, both geueral aud private,
for over thirty years, aud adopting the best
methods of cure. And to-dsy be has as
equal west of Chicago. So, ladles and
gentlemen, give him an early call, aud you
will not be dlsnppolnted. HBAIs
Oftlce—3CW 8. Sprlug £t., Los Angeles,
SIGNET CHAPTER HO. 67, ft. A. st-,
Meets statodly on the first Thursday a
o, each month, at 7:15 r. St., at Ma- J/\
sonic Hall, McDonald Block. So-V
ournlugC amnnnions lngoodstnttd-
ug ccrdially Invltod. _
J. H. MARTIN, H. P.
it. T. MULLARD, Secretary.
American Legion of Honor.
Safety Council No. 6fii meets eecoud snd
fourth Thursday evenings of each month
at their Hall, "Eveulng Express" Building,
Sojourning Companions iv good standing
are cordially invited.
W. T. BARNETT, Commander.
GEO. W. KNOX, Secretary.
Stanton Pest, G. A. R,
Meets every Friday evening at Masonic
Hull, SOUS Spring St. Visiting comrades
cordially Invited. J. M. GUINN,
8. C. SYMONDB, Adjutant. jc27 lm
Lob Angeles Council No. 11, Eoya
and Selec Masters, F. &A M.
Houa Ita stated assemblies on the 4th Mon
day of aaoh month at Masoulc Hall, at 7,80 r. a.
Sojourning Companions in good standing art
fraternally lovltsx! to attend.
Byorde] the Till- 111 I -
J. K. S. Bull, Recorder
K. OF P.
Tri-Color Lodge No.iXS meets every /--TTX
Friday ovenlug in l'ythian Castle,/:
No. '21 Springs treet. /? jjejl
Sojourning Knights invited. HstsSan
h, t, payne it. o.
-SAAC 8. SMITH, K. of U. aud 8.
LOS ANUELES 10DCE 65, A. v. U. W.
Regular meetings of the above Lodge are
held every Wednesday evening at A. O.
IT. W. Hall, (.'holds' building. Main street.
Visiting brcthereit cordially invited.
CHAS H. WHITE, M. W.
WALTER DEVEKAUX, Recorder.
Count Di Lios Cq&mikdskt so. 9, X: ■ T: •
Holds ita stated conclaves nt tho isvlura lo Ms
sonic Hall, on tha Third THURSDAY" of each
month, at 7} o'clock p. a. Sojourning Knigets
Templars in good standing are cordially Invited to
attend. By order o? the E:- 0:-
R. T. MULLARD, Recorder.
Los Angeles Lodge No. 35, L 0. 0. F
i&grk. RKGULAR MEETING held on
mmwr Wednesday evening of each week
at 7:30 o'clock.
Sojourning brethrou In good standing are
cordially Invited. H. H. CRAWFORD, S. G.
ED. F. Pbaiso, R. S. jy2B
Los Angeles No. 83, R:-
I ISlatea convocations on second MONDAY of each
raonui, 3| r. a., at Alaaouio Halt, Spring St.
Sojourning companions In good standing fra*
terually Invited. By order ot
O. F. MoLKLLAN, H.
T. J. P Cuddy, Secretary.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO..
Manufacturers of Doors
Stairs, Stair Rail, Ballcstera, Newel" oetaa I
Mill Work of evory description, and dealers n
Lime, Piaster, Hair, etc.
No. 53S North Alameda Street
Mill and Lumber Company,
Manufacturers of aud dealers In
Lumber, Doors, Blinds, Windows.
SABTERN OAK, ASH, HICKORY.
WALNUT AND FOPLAR,
And a Eanoy Parquetry Floo of In rd wood
AMD A 1.1. KIKDSOt'niLL HOICK
Yard and Mill, corner Alameda A kt<oy Bts.
Telephono No. 8. P. O. Box »a nn 25 tf
AND PLAITING MILLS
NO. T8 COMMERCIAL, STREEI
Willamette Steam Mills Lumbering &
Formerly the Oregon Lumber Company.
Oregon Plneana California Reawood Lnmoer
Of every description at their new yard
Ob Pttt, caaTPZ aad Mission Streets,
We have a flue slock nf LATHS, PICKETS
SHINGLES and FINISHING LUMBER
of a superior quality.
We are also prepared to rill orders on short
notice for bu ding materials of every de
Particular attention paid to orders for un
•teual lengths aud dimensions.
jv i6-tf J. A. RUBB. Agent.
J_j. W. WELLS,
DENTAL ROOMS NO. 23 SOUTH SPRING
street, Boeder Block. Teeth extracted
without palu. Special attention paid to
ailing teeth. dil
Drs. C. tt Frank Stevens,
Thebes sot of teeth 18, on Celluloid r oi
Rubber. Palulcss extraction of Teeth by
Nitrous Oxide Gas or Vitalised Air. Flue
Gold Fillings a specialty. All operations at
Eastern prices and guaranteed . Dooms
IS nnd IB Schumacher Dlock, op
posite P 0. Open Sundays! Rom Bto 13.;
TUHSEL CONTRACT TO LET.
Proposals will be received by 8. Baum,
AsuSßpostoffloe. Until March <th, for run
ning a tunnel b] I feet wide by 6 feet high,
fur the Anis i Iriigat on Company, near the
mouth of the San Gabriel river.
The Company reserves the right to reject
all bids. fel9-7t
C.F.H AR MAN,
NEW YODKADT Hon us,
OXQ S- FORT BTREET, LOS ANGELES.
s£e)d stamping, Designing, instruction
flven In Embroidery, Painting and Paper
lowers, Full line of material for all kinds
of fancy work
m-Perforated Patt-rus to the trade.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
GOODALL, PERKINS & Co., General Agen s
Embrsceltnea for Portland, Or.: Victoria,
B. li., and Pugct Sound-Alaska, and all
TIME TABLE FOR FEBRUARY, 1887.
COMING SOUTH. QCINn HOH'n:
11 A I]
STEAMERS. og f* S»< gS
Hants. Rosa.. Jan. 2."> Jan 27 Jan. »'jin.gl
Loa Ang»'«a. " 27 " 29 " SO Feb. 3
QttennofPac " it! £1 Feb. ill " <
Miroka " 81 Fob 2 " X " 6
Santa Rosa.. Feb. I " 4 " fi " 8
Los Angeles. M 4 " 6 " 7 " 10
Queen of Pao " 6 " 8 " 10 " ia
fcureka " 8 " 30 " li " m
BautaF.osa.. " JO " li 14 •' |(
Lo:iAngoloH. " 12 " 14 " IS " 18
Queen of Pac " 14 " .16 " 18 " ;o
fcureka " 10 '• 18 " It) " 2i
Sautaßosa.. " 18 " 20 " 2.! " *4
I*B Angeles. " 20 " 2! " 23 " :6
QneeuotFac " 22 " 24 " 26 ■' 2 8
Eureka i" 24 " '.6 " 27 Mar. 2
Sautaßosa.. " 26 " 28 Mar. I " 4
I*B Angeles ! " 28 Mar. 2 " 8 " 6
QuceuofPao Mar. 21 4 " 6 8
The steamers Santa Rosa aad Queou
of Pacific leave San Podro for San
Diego, ou the dates of their arrivals from
San Francisco, and on their trips between
Han Pedro and Saaa Francisco call at Santa
Barbara and Port Harford (Sau Luis Obispo)
only. The Eureka and Los Angeles call at
all way ports.
Cars to connect with steamers leave S. P.
R. R. depot, Los Angeles, as follows: With
Santa Rosa and Queen of Pacific at
9:4oo'clock A. m With Los angelea and
Eureka, going north at 4:.'0 o'clock p. v
BXf For passage or freight ss above or
for tickets to and from
All Important Points In Bare, c
H, McLELiIaAaN, : : : Asren
OFFICE—No. 8 Commercial St... I.o« Anr«-"
Soato Pacific Cbhipj.
WEDNESDAY FEBRYAKY 9, 1887.
Trains leave and are due to arrive at
LOS ANGELES DAILY
FOB DESTINATION. FBOst
8 03; a. ■ Colton ■ San Gorgonlo 7.0) p.
4:80 p.* Colton & San Gorgonlo 4:25 a. st
8 0J A. at Deming and East— 7; 0 P. M
8 0) am El Paso and East.... 7 to p. st
1 80 r. at San Fran & Sacramento 11:10 a. ■
7:80 r. at San Fran <& Sacramento 7:20 a. h
9:20 a. n Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:4 >r. a
4:40 r. h Santa Ana and Anaheim 7.45 A. *
9:30 a. M Santa Monica 11 50 A. n
13:20 r. m Santa Monica. 4 0) F.si
4:30 p. m Santa Monica 7:to a. h
„,„ (Long Beach and) ...
":«*•«■ !....fsan Pedro ( »
(Long Beach and < _ . „
4:50 p. at | San Pedro. .. ) <55A. M
9:15 a. m Santa Pau'.a 4,0) r.M
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent
E. E. HEWITT,
Superintendent Los Angelea
A. N. TOWNE. Generar Manager.
California Man R. B. Co.
All rail line between National City, San
Diego and Los Angelea and points East and
Close connection at Baretow with Atlantic
and Pacific R. R. and at Los Angeles with
Southern Pacific R. R.
Taking effect Sunday, November 14.
A. M. aTjT P. M.
Los Angelea. Lv. 7.00 9;10 6-00
San Gabriel 7.23 9.29 5.20
Pomoua 8.23 10:30 6:10
Colton Ar. 9:15 11:20 »700
Colton Lv. 11:25 7:50
Citrus 11:35 8,05
Perris 12:17 9:30
Murietta Ar 1:10 11:10
'Murietta Lv 1:30 11:25
Oceauslde 8:38 2 15
San Diego 5:22 6:05
National Cly. ...Ar 5:40 6:30
Colton Lv. 9:20
•Sau Bernardino... 9:46
Bars tow .. Ar. 1:20
Barstow Lv. *' 2?55
•San Bernardino.. 6:20
Colton Ar. 6:45
National City .Lv 9^30
■sau.Diego 8:23 10:00
Oceauslde 10:07 12:20
•Murrietta Ar 12:07 ....
Murrietta Lv| 12:27 4:55
Perris 1:19 6:05
•Colton Ar 2:10 7:25
Colton Lv. 7:o* 2:15 8:00
Pomona 7:50 8:02 8:61
San Gabriel 8:40 8:52 9:40
Los Angeles . .Ar. 9:00 4:151 10:00
BSTWP KM COLTON AND SAN BBBNABDINO.
|A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M.
Colton Lv| B.CO 11.80 2.20 7.10
San Bernardino nrl 8.151 11.40 2.30 7.25
San Bernardino lv 7.20 11.05 1.56 6.40
Oolton „Arl 7.861 11,18 2.05 tuo
arygssi ds branch.
A. M P. M. A. M
Colton Lvl 9.20 7.15 11.20
Citrus I 9.80 7.30 11 80
Riverside Ar. 9.42 7.5(' 11.60
Riverside Lv 8.40 6.25 "l.4ii
Oitrua...' 8.52 6.45 1.52
Caltou .Arl 9.02| 7.00 2,f6
Trains are run on Pacific Standard time.
Pullman Sleepers leave on 7 a. m. train
via Barstow, for Kansas City, via A. A P.
and A. T. A 8. F. R. R., and on 5 p. M. train
for San Diego. Special rates on round trip
tickets to all local points.
For rates of freight or fare, address Cali
fornia Southerit Agents at local stations, or
H. B. WILKINS,
Gen. Fr"t. & Pass. Agent, San Diego Cai.
J. N. VICTOR,
Superintendent, San Bernardino, Cai.
]c 23 General Agent, Los Angeles, Cai.
Los Alleles & 8u (hHlil YiUif Ittlio
Time table In effect Nov. 6,1886.
Trains are due to depart and arrive at
DOWNEY AVENUE DEPOT as follows:
DEI'ABT. I AKBIVK.
•9 .21 A. M. I *7 54 A. M.
t10:36 a. H. On week days 1 +5:54 A. kt,
l'2:S(i p. m. only. I *12 04 p. M.
+4:16 p. M. I +1:39 p. M.
•5:31 i P. M. I 14:64 F. M.
I ineatcr trains: I
♦11:06 p. m. | Tuesday. Triors- I '7:2 i p. M.
| day and Saturday I
f Tsllo?:M.-| On Sundays only |
• To aud from Lamauda Park.
+ To and from Duarte.
I To and from West Duarte (Monrovia).
' X ti l Passenger Agent.
' S. P. JEWETT, Gon'l Manager. aep!B
The LOB ANGELES CITY WATER Co,
will strictly euforce the following rule: Ths
hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8
o'clock a. at. and 6 and 8 o'clock r. n. For s
violation of the above regulation the water
will be sbut off and a flue of two dollars wIU
be aharaed before water will be turned on
««!■, • s
THIRD GRAND EXCURSION
Famous Santa Clara Valley.
Land-Seekers and Tourists!
Should sec thl« land of verdure and perpetual Summer before locating elapwliere.
EtJF- I mm« leave Los Angeles via Southern Pacific Company's Central California
route, at 7:30 p. n.,
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17th.
Excursion tickets good only on this train and date, for San Jose and the far-famed
Santa Clara Valley, at one price for tbe round trip. Purchasers will receive rebate of
M.sO. making the fare »la.. Tickets good on auy tegular train for return on or be
fore M A h<: H -, 1887. This will give all an apportunity to attend the GRAND CENTRAL
CALIFORNIA CITkl'S FAIR, which opened at SAN JOSS on the 7th Inst.; an opportunity
to visit the world-renowned Lick Ob«ervatory, Santa Crus Mountain, Big Treea, and all
points of Interest in the S nta Clara Valley, so properly named by Bayard Tajlor "The
Ga-den of the World." Ample sleeping Car accommodations can be secures) in advance.
For further Information, call on or address
E. R. neilHtnAlil, manasrer.
]i2H-Ini , Tickets now on sale at 202 Main street, Los Angelea.
Fer Silt. THe E. B. Millar Property.
| Honse. ] i|
5 is L i m**" 1 si
4 | I Sold. «S
§ ! Bold. Sold. For Sale , 2
31 | In LoU, j For Sale in Lots. ™
11 1 11 1]
(")NLY 26 LOTS OFFERED IN THIS PROPERTY, ALL LARGE LOTS, j
v prices from #350 to r.oj—lesa than half the prices that lots In Maple Avenue tract
brought at auction lv November. Maple Avenue tract is between Seventh and Eighth
and Main aud Alameda streets New Public Schoolhons-) outhls property, and first-class
vineyard on the whole place. Just near the famous Wolfskin Orchard. This is a fine
opportunity to bay a home near to business.
Byram & Poindexter, 97 W. First St.
fM} We have 120 aores of the best land near Anaheim tor sale, or for exchange for
good city property. BYRAM <& POINDEXTER.
ALU AM BRA.
W. PI. WHITTEMORE & CO..
OFFER A LARGE LIST OF
DESIRABLE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
SPECIAL II A It t t I S S.
TEN nnd one-half acres, highly improved. $1150 HOUSE and BARN,
with water piped for irrigation and domestic use. Very cheap, for a few
Five or eleven acres in Eood location for immediate subdivision, and
can be handled on small capital.
Business lots on Main Street, opposite Hotel; will be offered for FIVE
DAYS only. A splendid investment.
ajM Come to ALHAMBBA before you purchase elsewhere.
W. H. WHITTEMORE & CO.,
Opp. P. O. Alhambra, Cai.
THE WELT, KNOWN
M'UEltnu-r A BAKO Sole Agents.
TEXAS UMBRELLA TREE.
tIAA AAA Apple, Poar, Peach, Nectarine, Plum and Prune, Apricot, Cherry, Al
2SUU UUU mond. Quince, Fig and Olive Trees, English Walnuts, (Berries of all
kids, etc. We warraut tho Fresno stock to be absolutely free from San Jose Scale or
Wonllv Anhls. Oranges, Lemons and Limes iv lots to suit, and White Adriatic Fig of
1" ft AAA B '"C o,lm aml Monterey Cyprus, Japanese Camellias. Daphnes, 'Azale»s,
OU UUU Magnolias. Persimmons, aud Mammoth Chestnut, Lilies, etc. flowering
Plants aud Shrubbery of all kinds.
Box 764-SEND FOR CATALOGUE-L,os Angeles, Cai.,
East First Street, Between main and Los Angelea Sta.
THE EXCELSIOR TT
LAWN MOWER, //
KH!Srr MADE //
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO.,
48 &SO N. MAIN ST. '--■-''- ! S&i%^^ SB *
H. HILLER, President. L W. HELLXIAN, Treas. J. J. WOOD WORTH, Sco y
Los Angeles Storage, Gommission and Lumber Co.*
OREGON PINE and REDWOOD LUMBER,
Plastering Materials, Cement, Fire Brick, Marble Dust, Fire Clay, etc.
MAIN YARD —San Pedro street, between Fourth and Fifth, Old Santa Monica RAllroad
formerly Ayer Lumber Company.
Ce£>t! H. HILLEH, Manager.
38 N. main St., Room* tt aaa t».
IEXVII, DISEASES OK
MEN AND WOMEN.
Dr. SWEANY ICHX t
(late of Philadelphia, fa.)
No. 80714 N. Main St., Los AnftlM,
ON TUB COAST.
25 YEARS' EXPEHIBNCIt.
Don't fall to consult them on all
Middle-aged and Old, Single or Married,
and all who suffer with
NERVOUB DEBILITY, SPERMATORR
hoea, Semin.il Losses. Sexual Decay
Falling Memory, Weak Eyes, Stunted De
velopment Lack of Energy, Impoverishes!
Blood. Pimples, Impediments to Marriage;
also, Blood and Bktn Diseases, Syphilis.
Kruptions, Hair Falling, Bone Pains, Swell
ings, Sore Throat, Ulcers, Effects of Mer
cury, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak
Back, Burning Urine. Incontinence, Gon
orrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, receives search
lug treatment, prompt relief and cure for
And their diseases cured when all ethers
fall. Jiooo reward for any case of RUPTURB
we fail to cure.
Eye and Ear Diseases Cured
Promptly CATARRH and all Throat and
Lung diseases cured by a new sratem of
treatment. The only Private Dispensary oa
the coast where inediclnea are furnished
All Interviews and letters are sacredly
confidential. Medicines packed so ss not
to excite curiosity, and tent by express, if
full description of case Ik given; but one
personal Interview in all cases preferred.
Patients treat-al by case or monthly. Call
early and avoid crowding, office boors.
I tO 8 P. M.
Kmf~ Direct sll mail to PRIVATE DIS
PENSARY, No. 267H North Main street, Los
Angeles, Cai. d3s if
No. 7 CoKial St
113 NORTH MAIN.
1 10 NORTH SPRING.
FRANK R. DAY. JIM ASH.
Hot Lunch 11:30 to 1 o'clock.
[3 16' i HANDS HIGH, WEIGHING ISIS
L tinuuds, and Is the l.rgest boned trotting;
tall ion on the Pacific Coast. Service, |S
ud f.tj per season. Will Hand lor this eea
nnas f .Hows:
Wednesdays. Thursdays, Fridsys and Bat
rdaya nt Jackson Bros.' Stablta on First
trctt, below Los Ant-elos street ; balance of
he week on Los Fe is ltancao.
A giant, tho oughbrea HO BTF.IN BULL
rill al»o he found at the same places. Set
ice, tS. Ho ninrks every cslf
a2C lm Wm. UMFfITII, Manager.
'Carbolic Smoke Ball"
mUK HOME TREATMENT FOR NEU
-1 ralg.i», Bronchitis, Colds, Croup, Ca
tarrh, Asthma, Deafness, Voice and Eves.
A free test giveu to all who will call at
our ladles' aud gents' parlors. Separate
department for ladles. Sent by mall, with
full directions, ou receipt of price (it) and
two postage stamps) Debellator package
(lobe used in all asthmatic, bronchial aad
lung troubles), il additional.
CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO.,
Not. 3 ant 4, over 28 N. Sprlasr
Streel, Los Angeles.
WEBS DIYS FROM 9 A. it. to 8 p a
Sundays prom 3 to 4 p. m.
, r*?(Trc, 8E ? ARATE APARTMENTS FOR
LATHES, who are requested to call between
the hours of 10 a. m. aud 5 p. m. to avoid the
cro ™*- 116-SSB
To Balers, CoEfectloners, Hotels, etc.
TF YOU WANT ANY BAKER, PaBTRT
HAK?-°ra. °,'vt C w ,e £, tloner - address the
KAKLKB' INION, No. 45 PnatnflW w
Good clear cm tings, Apply to
I W. A. HAYNE, Jr.
I febl-tl B. BU Barbara.