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THE PERSIAN WILLIAM TELL.
An Oriental Counterpart of the
In the province of Nakhchewan
there lived a youth renowned for his
uncommon courage; hit* name was
Demurchy-Oglou (the son of a black
smith). Passing one day through the
town bazaar, he stopped to listen to
the conversation of two Turks who
were extolling the liberality with
which Kurroglou used to reward every
brave man that entered his service.
He said to himself, "My heart is burst
ing for want of action in this town. I
must go and serve the warrior, who
knows the value of men." He then
got up, saddled bis horse, and, put
ting on his armor, rode toward Cham
Kurroglou at that time was hunting
with his whole band. He looked be
fore him, and, thinking that he saw a
gazelle or Borne other game, put his
horse to a gallop in the direction of an
object which appeared like a dark
spot at a distance. It was Demurchy-
Oglou. "Who art thou, young man,
and whence dost thou come?" "I go
to Chamly-bill. I have heard that
Kurroglou, who lives there, is a lib
eral master and knows tbe value of
men. I desire to serve under him."
Kurroglou said in his heart, "Fine
lad, this." He then gave him his re
ply: "My soul! I am Kurroglou.
Thou hast heard I was liberal and
always ready to give bread away, but
thou must also know I only give it
to the brave; the cowards get nothing
By that time Kerroglou's cavalry
had joined him, and he then said:
"Aly children! —my souls! here have
I hunted down my game." Saying
these words, he took an apple from
his pocket and a ring from his finger.
He fixed the ring into the apple, and
said to Demurchy-Oglou, "Sit down
In the Persian mode." Then turning
to his servants, he ordered them to
take off the cap from the head of the
newcomer. He then placed the apple
on the bare head of the
latter, and rode aside. He bent
his bow, and continued to pass one
arrow after the other through the ring.
Out of the sixty arrows that were shot
not one went astray. Kurroglou was
glad to see that Demurchy-Oglou did
not ever once wince or change counte
nance. He said, "My souls! —my
children!—whoever loves me let him
contribute toward Demurchy-Oglou's
dress and saddle." In an instant the
stranger found himself rich, so many
things were given him. Kurroglou
said, "It is not often that one can get
into his service a youth like him." —
[Chodzko's Popular Poetry of Persia.
An Unexplained Phenomenon.
It does look as if after a man got
married he lost all capability of look
ing after himself. How is it that a
man, who as a bachelor is the pink of
neatness, the glass of fashion and
mold of form, when he gets a wife
never seems to be able to do any
thing in the way of dressing himself
without his wife's assistance? This
young man was once a notorious flirt.
He had the best cut clothes, the most
beautiful boots, the most elegant
neckties in town. He has been
married several years, and he hardly
knows how to button his collar now,
and wonld wear his coat inside out if
his wife didn't keep an eye on him.
Is it natural cussedness, just a desire
to give bis wife all the
work and worry lie can,
or is it a psychological phenomenon
attributable to domesticity ? He had
a lucid moment once, this young man,
in which he noticed his boots were
pretty well worn. It lasted long
enough for him to say to his wife:
"Haven't I got any other boots I
can wear? These are awful."
"Yes," she said, "there is a pair of
side-button boots in the closet there."
He brought them out.
"How does it come that I've had
these boots all the time, and been
wearing these worn-out ones?"
Then he put them on. "Yes, I
knew there must be something the
matter with the blamed boots. They
don't fit me at all. I can't walk in
them." And he made faces as he
stumped up and down the room.
"They are not my boots, yet they are
a man's boots. Madame, who is so
familiar in this house as to have a
pair of boots —"
"Well, dear, they'll perhaps be
more comfortable f you'll put the
right boot on the right foot." —[New
GIVE YOUR CHILDREN, for Coughs and
Colda, Croup, Whooping Cough and Hoarse
neas, Gllmore'a Magnetic Elixir. C. F
Heiuzctnau, agent, Los Angeles,
Damiana Bitters regulate the stomach
Michel Levy A Co., wholesale liquor dealers
Damiana Bitters makes the old young and
the weak strong and healthy. M. Levy &
Co., wholesale liquor dealers' agents.
Impotency ln man or woman cured by
Oflmore'B Aromatic Wine. C. F. Heinze
man, agent, Los Angeles.
MR. A. HIGGINB. of Wyoming, N. V.,
says he had the piles for nearly 40 years,
and was cured by using Gilrnore's Pile
specific.—C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An
WHY WILL YOU SUFFER from Ague and
Malaria when Gilrnore's Aromatic Wine will
cure you.—o. F, Heinzeman, agent, Los An
* "2 Lu. Saul O
Cores all Diseases originating from
a disordered state of the BLOOD 01
LIVES. Rheumatism, Neuralgia
Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula,
rumors, Salt Rheum and Mercurial
Pains readily yield to its purifying
props, ties. It leaves the Blood pure,
EheSver and Kidneys healthy and
Che Complexion bright aud clear.
J. R. CAT ES & CO, PROPfcKTORS.
New Catap Hotel!
Four Miles from the City.
JAMES NOEL Proprietor.
. This hotel !■ situated in one of the moit
charming natural passes ln Southern Cali
fornia. Haa beautiful surroundings, the
moat magnificent mountain accnery, the
f rarest of mountain spring water, flue hunt
ng and beautiful drives.
Transient, per day IB 2.00
Board and room, per week 10.00
Special rates made to families.
For further particulars apply at 42 N.
Main street nov4-lm
|y Worth sold ln 10 days. ~*n
A. E. DITCH,
octtfttf 818. Mala Bt, Mott Market
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1887.
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WILL CURE Diarrhoea and Dysentery.
WILL CURE Pimples on tho face, and Freckles.
vVILL CURE Old Sores and Ulcers.
vVILL CURE Wind in the Stomach.
WILL CURE Headache and Nervous Depression.
WILL CURE Scrofula.
WILL CURE Summer Complaints.
WILL CURE Rheumatism and Gout.
WILL CURE Pains in tho Bones and Joints.
WILL CURE all Shin Diseases.
FOR SALE BY ALL DWUCCISTS AND GROCERS.
SEEING IS BELIEVING!
It Costs but Little to See
conveyance to train every day.
__TWE GUARANTEE ALL WE SAY.|
fWABUNDANT WATER FREE 1
_ar"SEVENTY ROOM HOTEL!
_*"STREET OAR LINE! NO SCALE BUGS!
Acre Property and Town; Lots !
Cheapest Land for the Money'in the County! Liberal Reductions
to Syndicates or Colonists, or to parties desiring to improve.
Porter Land and Water Co.,
JOHN B. BASKIN, SECRETARY.
Los _A.ncreles ISTational Bank Btiildinof.
CORNER FIRST AND SPRING STREETS.
Directors: Jesse Yarnell, Dan McFarland, L. T. Garnsey, E. E. Hall, J.
Byram, E. A. Forrester and John B. Raskin. nl2tf
Larue and Beautiful Lots
WHASHINGTON STREET and PICO STREET
Now on the Market and for Sale.
property is a portion of the high plateau of ground between Wash
ington and Pico streets, just west of the city limits.
THE ELECTRIC MOTOR ROAD
Has its present terminus directly opposite the property on Pico street. The
quickest, cleanest and most pleasant road in the city to ride ovor. The Wash
ington-street two-horse lino is to be extended and will soon be within three
minutes' walk of the Washington-street front of this property. Fare by either
line only 5 cents.
LOTS ARE LARGE, many of them from 55 to 72 feet wide and from 158
to 170 feet deep.
CmT-A MAGNIFICENT OUTLOOK from every part of the properry.
VIEW UNSURPASSED. Pure and wholesome air. The soil first
class in all respects.
exceedingly favorable, to-wit: One-third cash and tho remainder in four
equal payments, in four, eight.» W"' sixteen months. Interest
on deferred payments only 6 per Mm, pec auuum,
APPLY EARLY TO
BYRAM & POINDEXTER,
No. 2T West First Street, l.os Angeles, Cal.
Or McCONNELL, BANDHOLT & MEBWIN, 230 N. Main stree.
Or to H. M. BOWKER, Ellendale Place, West Adams street.
Publishers" Book Store!
124 NORTH MAIN STRETT.
Books, Stationery, Blank Books.
A LIBRARY WITHIN REACH OF ALL.
Note the Following; Prices:
Chambers' Encyclopedia, latest edition, regular price $18.00. Our price, $13.50
Dickens'complete works, 15 vols., regular price $18.75. Our price, 8.75
George Eliot complete, 8 vols., regular prico $12.00. Our price, 5.25
Waverly complete, 12 vols., regular price $18.00. Our price, 9.75
Washington Irving, 10 vols., regular price $15.00. Our price, 675
OF">Vc have also complete sets ot Ruskin, Thackery, Cooper, Carlyle and other
standard writers, in all styles of binding, cheaper than wholesale prices. Best editions
standard literature, over one hundrod different authors, usually sold for $1.25, our price
only 35 cents.
gmT-A. full liuo of lino stationery, elegant Papetries, Prayer Books, Bibles; also a
large assortment of miscellaneous books at very low prices.
and sec and be convinced.
novs-lm JOIIH COUAN.
United States Lands and School Lands!
Members Eos Angeles Real Estate f Q n „t.U C„_;_~ c+
and Stock EichkDi.. > " BOUtil bpHng bt.
J|OST DESIRABLE RESIDENCE SITES
FROM 5 TO 10 MINUTES WALK FROM
THE COURTHOUSE; CLOSE TO TEMPLE
ST. AND SECOND ST. CABLE ROADS;
FINE VIEW AND HEALTHY LOCALITY
TITLES PERFECT; TERMS VERY LIB
Lots 10 and 11, lock S, on east side of
Lots 17 aud 18, block 9, on east Bide of
Lots 14, 15 and 16, block 10, on aouth
sirle of Bellevue Aye., cor. Victor Aye.
Lots 11 and 12, block 11, on cast side of
Lota 7 and 8, block 16, on north side of
Diamond St. *_*** ; z W a 3
Lot* 10 and 17, block 17, on south aide oi
Lots 22 and 23, block 18, on aouth side ot
Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 19, on S Court St.
Lot 13, block 22, on west side of Ueaud
Lots 25, 27 and 29, block 23, ou east si
of Beaudry St, all in tile Park tract.
Also, lots 25, 20, 27 aud 28, bkek 4, on
Montreal St., near College; lotß 29 and 33,
block son cast side of New Depot St.; lots
19 and 21, block 0, ou west side o New
Depot St., all in the Beaudry tract No. 2.
no!4-tfl 896 Worth Main at
UKb. C. & FRANK SThVENS
■ lie «.<•»« Set of 'loi'lll, a>h
On celluloid or rubber. Painless extrastioi
of teeth by nitrons oxido mis or vitalised
air. Fine gold hlliugs a speeialt;'. All op
cratious at Eastern prices and guaranteed.
ROOMS 18 AND 19 SCHUMACHER
BLOCK, 7\4 N. Spring.
Open Sundays from 9 to 12. myOtf
. nnd Homoepathist, 21 6. Fort et.; Ito 4
nnd 7to 8 r.M. Res, cor, 3d and Hill, nl-ti
AB. BHOKB. M. D., HOMtEOPATHIST.
• Offlco 132 North Main street, Masearel
Block; residence cor Adams and San Pedro
streets, Los Angeles. Office hours 11 to 12 A.;
M., 1 to 4 p. M. Tclcnhone No. 82, residence,
office. 82 oIS-tf
Q S. SALISBURY, M. D., HOMtKOPATH
ij« Ist. Offlco in Los Angeles National
Hank Building, corner First aud Spring
streets. Hours It) to 12 a. m., 3 to 5 and 7 to
Bp. m. Residence 538 S. Pearl street. Tele
phone Nos; Residence, 577; Office, 597.
r\R. F. KILLER, SURGEON AND PHYBIC
XJ ian; practices Homeopathy. Officeand
residence corner Third and Spring streets.
Telephone 650. Entrance on Third street.
Hip joint disease ana haemorrhoids a spe
cialty. Modern ana conservative surgery
I |IT~Ji~WEUNICE— DISEASF3~oTTEARj
it uosa, t hroal and chest specialty. Rooms
21 and 28, No. 75 N Spring Bt. o3 Itf
IkR A. E Ds CAII.HOL, ACCOUCHEUR
If und Surgeon. OBlcc and resideuoc2o7
temple street, When desired, lady patient*
ate lioarded during treatment of diseases
peculiar to their sex. o3tf
TVT.IA F. BUTTON, HOMCEOPATHIST.
>• Bank Building, corner Sec
4/Pm\'\ Fort streets. Take elevator.
of ladies and children a speeinl
m Honrs, 10 to 4. Rooms 47 and 4s. o2t f
m fits".drTminni"is" Wells-firstlady
JB lleeutiate of Kentucky. Specialty.
' Diseases of women and children; also, in
connection with her practice, Electric
Thermal Haths. 341_S. Spring street. uIT-tf
C 1 E. CLACIUS, M. D—PHYSICIAN AND
/. Burgeon. Office 75 North Spring
street, rooms 17 and 18. Hours from 11a.m.
to 2p. m. Specialty- skin and sexual dis
eases aud chronic diseases in general. n7-tf
DR. C. EDGAR S'.mTtH—DISEASES OF
women a specialty. Rectal diseases
treated by the Brinkerkoff Painless Syß
tcm. Hours—9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Offices-
Comer of Spring aud Second streets, Hol
lcnbcck Block. sepS-t.t
R~MTHILTON WILLIAMS—27S NORTH
Main street (opposite Wells. Fargo &
Co's Express Otlice). Specialty—diseases of
tbe head, throat and chest, together with the
eye, ear and heart. Ofllce hours from 9:30
A. M. to 4 p " 025t.t
PAYSON T. HUCKTNS, M. D. No. 17 N.
Maiu street, Los Angeles, Cal. Resi
dence, 841 8. Hill. Oct 22tf
Wl P. Hoy, 111. D.
OCULIST AND A CRIST, LATE RESIDENT
Physician of the Eye and liar Hospital,
Worth street, New York. At North
Spring street. Hours—9 a. m. to 4p. m., and
7 to 8 p. M. u9tf
fkE. B. F. ~K IK X til .1 IFF7"HPECI ALIBT - IN
XJ treating diseases of the Eye, Ear and
Throat Eyes scientifically tested for
glasses. Oilice 132 North Main street, over
Los Angelas Savings Bank. Hours from 9
a. M. to sp. «r. Hasldenee, 840 Temple
street 020-3 m
MRS. Dr. 0 E. SMITH (FORMERLY MRS.
Source? li.< removed her residence,
MSBellvue rvenue, near Montreal street,
and will wink", a specialty of midwifery.
I.ndies wishing lo be cared for can be accom
modated at lior nouse. Orders promptly at
tended li> novls
' "1 COLOR LODGE, No. 96, K. of P.,
m-J? inecirf every Friday eveniug in Py
'ejl»" <''tittle, 21 Spring street. Sojourning
Knights invited H. T. PAYNE, 0. C.
Isaac S, Smith, K. of R. and S.
E*>I.IW AN<iEI7ES*LOI>()E. No. 2925 K.
■•sr of ll.—Regular meetings arc held
every Wednesday evening ut old Masouic
Hall, Spring street. Visiting brothers arc
cordially invited to attend.
H. C. AUSTIN, Dictator.
' »^3=Ct WF IQI NCTJ . X _t I C~O F- :
ato? meets every Wednesday evening of
each week ut 7:30 o'clock in liood Temnlors'
Hall. Visiting members are cordially in
vited. R. W. READY, N. Q.
A. J. E. Furbish, R. S.
■jyBIQNKT CHAPTER, MO. 57, B. A. M
\£-& Meets statedly on the llrst Thursday
of each mouth, at 7:15 p. m., at Ma.-oni'c
Hall, McDonald Block. Sojourning com
panions iv good standing cordial I v invited.
\ H. MARTIN, H. P.
R. T. Mfllard, Secretary.
LOS ANt.ELKS U>Dt ;E, No. 33." 1. oTo.
*P3* F. Regular meeting held on Wednes
day evening olcuch week at 7:30 o'clock.
Sojourning brethren in good standing are
U. H. CRAWFORD, N. G.
Ed. F. Pk uso, R. 3.
mjm LOS ANOKI.KH LODGE, No. 55, A.
O. U. W.—Regular meetings are held
eycry Wednesday eveniug at A. 0. U. W.
• Halt, Childs' Building, Main street Visit
' inj brothreu aro cordially invited.
A. F. MACKEY, M. W.
Walter Deveract, Recorder.
THE H. H. H. Horse |i" 3
now life into the Antiquated 11,,r5»;
Fir the last 14 yearn tho H. H. H. lUiroe
Liniment has been tho leading re.uody
among Farmers and Stocking f(.i> !ho
cnro of Sprains, Bruises, Stilt f..Lni«
Spavins, Windfalls, Soro Shoaldeie ole,
and for Family Use ia without an K \>iw
for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Acheq l> iVy
Braises, Outsand Sprains of ail eh. t *iiv >
The H. H. H. Liniment has man l 'lt't'
Hons, and we caution thn Publit t -i.-a
Hint the Trade Mark " H H. H. }a r»
every Bottle before purchasing, )6
everywhere tor bfl cents and $1 (Xi i lOt
C. H. HANCE, wholesulo an<i retail
Druggist aud Manulaeturiug Pharmacist
Nos 77 and 79 North Spring street. Tele
phone No. £L- Kn 1 1 'i^ 5 -
PUHE! DELICATE! DRY!
THE : BEST : WINE
DINNERS, lIANQIETS AND PAR.
Iggg ESTABLISHED 1882
L. W. WELLS,
Dental Rooms. No. 83 8. Sprtii:
Street, Under Uloc.lt.
Teeth estnu'te.i without pain. Special at
tention paid to filling teeth. dll-tf
LEGION OF HONOR.—
1656' Safety Councii, N' '.'l4 meets second
and fourth Thin-sdnc amgs of each
month at their hall "Express build
ing. Sojournip iv good stand
ing are uordio o,
\ N'GEI.ES cIMJNCIL, No. 11,
i uyul and Select Masters, t. and A.
..a., its stated assemblies on the fourth
! ...aday of each month at Masonic Hall at
7:30 p.m. Sojourning companions iv good
standing are fraternally invited to attend.
By order of the Th:. 111:.
J. E. 8. Bell, Recorder.
|E3B=KN KiHTO tvmpLTrT^ClJlur" DE
IKS' Lion Commaudery, No. 9, K. T.,
holds its stated conclaves in the asylum in
Masonic Hall on the third Thursday of each
mouth at, 7:30 p. M. Sojourning Knights
. . <k1 standing are cordially in
c. ..if , ■■ >rdcr of the E. C.
-i-s.:.'-- CllAPl'i .., No. 33,
m*£r K. ■ convocations on
theaeoondMom ~nth at 7;30
P. m. at Masonic ffati, ' - street. So-
Joornlna nnmt>»nin»»m good -uindiug are
fraternally invited. Rv order i-i
". F. McLELLAN. n.
T. J. CI'DPY, Secretary.
PHILLIPS' POPULAR PLEASURE PAR
tieß, for all points East, leave Los Angeles
October 2nd, 18th and 27th; November 10th
and 26th. Call on nr address A. PHILLIPS
& CO., 134 N. Main street, Los Augeies.
PACIFIC COAST OVERLAND EXCUR
sIon. The only excursion affording an
opportunity tn visit B"lt Luke City and Den
ver without change of cars. Parties leave
Los Angeles Octolier <M and 17th, November
7th and 23d. call on or address GEO. P.
COTTER at -:n Managers, 236 North
Main street. l.os Angeles. Cal. ]115-tf
. wall buikHuir comer of Court and Main
REEVE — A Rlfim-ECTTANF SURVEY'
. or, room 10, Phillips Block, Main St-
Residence, West Washington street, Ix)s An
geles, Califoruia. Twenty-two years' experi-
SB. LOCKWOOD, LAWYER, NO. 7,
. Market street.
SAMUEL MINOR—LAW OFFICE, ROOM
5, 117 New High, near Temple St. si 0-3 r
DTVORC B AND ~~ CBIMIKA L LAW
specially; advice free. W. W. HOL
COMB, Attorney, over University Hank;
rooms 8 and 9. oc3o-tf
REDE Bit! X McGREGO R, ATTORNEY
aud Counselor at Law, 136 N. Main St.
Advice free. Will practice in all the courts
of the State, Resilience ."07 Turn pie St. s3-tf
D. P. HATCH. J. BROSSEAU.
BROSSEAU & HATCH, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at Law. Nos, 81, 32 and 50
Baker Block Jugeles. Cal. nltf
Henry N Galloway, Attorne.v-at.Law.
Chas. W, Chase,
GALLOWAY & CHASE, EXAMINEES OF
VT Titles ami Conveyancers, Room 4, Allen
Block, Los nstf
(10MM IBSIONER OF DEKD.S FOR OHIO,
) Illinois, Wisconsin, Mich gun, Kansas
and Oregon. E. P. Sutherland, attoruey-at
law and • xaininer of titles. Room 1(1, Her
ald Block, np-sluirs, Los Angles. nov2tf
& RYAN, ATIORNEYB AT
Law. Abstracts aud Certifleates of Ti
tle. Special attention given to opinions on
real estate law. General legal business.
Room 1 up stairs No. BJi N. Spring street,
Loa Angeles, Cal. oct2l-lro
Griffin Johnston. Shej.don Borden.
B. A. Yoroa.
JOHNSTON, BORDEN & YORUA, ATTOR
neys ut 1/iu ami Kxaminers of Titles.
Rooms' 7 and 8. Jones Rlock, 75 North Spring
street. Abstracts anil certifleates of title fur
nished with promptitude and accuracy.
fitt'MKNNErr-OKPiuli NO. ati^SliUTH
li Spring street "A 5 : 1 !,
TkTHUR E. GKESHAM, M. D., ROOMS
A. 33 ami 34, It) il. Spring street 01-tf
rvR - jTTI. DAVIBSON—OFFICE, 32J*
JJ South Spring street. Telephone 592.
LIZArJETiTX FOLLANSBEE, M. oT-
Offlce anil resilience 240 South Fort
street. Ofliee hours—S to 10 A. v. aud 4to
6 p. if. ° 16
fvRS. DARLING & MUKl'llY-OCULISTS
XJ and aurists. Ofllce 120 North Main
street. Ofllce Hours—9 A. M. to 4r. M.; 7to
8 v. M. octai-aAw
DU c. V. BOGUE, (I.ATE OF CHICAGO)
316 South Main street. Special atten
tion given to the Burgeon treatment of lung
diseases. novl lm
TJOSE TALBOTT, M. D. —OFFICE 240
XL South Fort slrect (with l>r. Follansbec.)
Office bourn, 10 to 12 A. M. Residence, 620
Flower Bisect, o!3-tf
I " MILLS IiOAL, "M.""l).-3!> NORTH
•I. Spring street (over People's Store.)
Hours—lo to 12, Ito ;), 6t07:30. Residence
347 Hill street, two doors from Fifth street.
Telephone No. 13S. 0c24-tf
Oil ( IMS. W. ISHVSON. W.M. It. lllti:NOLi:, M. o.
' Discuses ut women a specialty.
BliYsiiN.V IIRKNGI.K. PHYSICIANS AND
Joreeous. Oilice: No. 44.. s. Boring
St., in Solomon block ; rooms 1 and 2. Office
hours, Bu. m. to 8 p. m. Telephone con-
, , • [.'■ wiflTWOK'i'lL M [1., HOM'iKOPA
(t. tliist 23 South Sprint Street Hours, 10 1
to 12, Ito 5 "nil 7to 8. Telephone il2l>,
i"^A^FELL° ws > M. D., —HOMCEOPATII- '
Ist Office Hours—ll to 12 a. m., 2to 5
P M Ofllce—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows ,
Bawling. lx>s A »K elc ", tlal. Residence,
408 South Main street. oOtf ,
TI It FETTERHOFF.M. D., No. 2880UTH >
H, Spring street. Hours, 10 to 18 a. m.
and 3to»r. M. Having large experience, 1
treat* acute and chronic diseases success- 1
abiSIAN htka aTiTolean
itig Works. Dyeing and cleaning of
every description, l adies' dresses dyed
without ripnlnp-. Kid Gloves, Flannels,
Ribbons and Blanket* made to look like
new. Ofllce: 111! South Spring street. Dye
Works; Corner New High and Bellevue
o2tf T VOLLET, Proprietor.
"•" -a ijiMT'i.iiYMriW ortrTCßflfc B. iST
JVMV-J Ticket. Broker and Real Es-4w?
tnte Agent. Property sold on Installments.
K. NITTINGER, removed to 15UN.8pr.ng.
Telenhono 113. R -idence Fifth aud Hope
EVGINEERS AND SCRVEVOUsT
«. f! >Ii 1.l r.r. JOHN c. H'CLUKJt
McCLURE BROS., CIVIL ENGINEERS
nnd Surveyors, 134 North Main Street,
Los Angeles. auglft-lyr
QHA'B VICTOR HALL—PARTIAL LIST.
*525— 50x131, Hubbord tract.
.+2oo— Lot r.iivi:ir> Moulevard tract.
»500— Lot TiOxl 32, Weiscndanger tract.
*2000-Lot In the C. V. Hall tract Adams
*2500— Lot In the Park tract.
*025—Ixit in Geo. Dulton, Sr., tract.
$450—Ixit BOalflO Washington street
.+77s—Lot in Hardin tract.
$400 —Lot near Second street Park.
*700— Lot in Hubbord tract
$12,500—L0t 75x150, house and lot in
$6200 Lot, 75x150, Union avenue
$1000—Lot in tha Goodwin tract on Sixth
$3500-Lot 50x120. house and lot Ver
$2500—Lot on Otawa street near Pearl
$25()0-Lot 50x131, Hubbord trad, with
$500 per acre, improved, at Florence, with
plenty of water; only 3 milea from city
$10 per month. For rent houses and five
acres of ground, with each house near street
Apply to 41 South Spring street aUU
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TTAVE YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which does not get better? Have yon AD excessive
XI secretionof mucus matter in the nasal passages? Are you troubled by hawking, spit
ting, weak aud inflamed eyes, frequent soreness of the throat, ringing or roaring In the
ears more or less impairment of tbe hearing, loss of smell, memory Impaired, dullness or
dizziueßs of the head, dryness or heat of the nose? Have you lost all sense of smell? Is
your breach foul? If so, you have tbe Catarrh. Some have allthesesymptom™ others
Restores the sense of taste and smell, removes bad taste and unpleasant breath resnltlnr
Easy and pleasant to use. Follow direotionß and a cure la warranted by ill
CAPTAIN CHARIJSB L. DIMON, of New York City, formerly special agent ol toe
Phomix and Home Insurance Company at San Francisco, Cal., says: 'T bad been troubled
with Chronic Catarrh for twenty years. A friend in Woodland, CaL, recommended your
California CAT-R-CUHE. 1 procured a jar, having but little faith in its curative orooer
ties; but I must say, after using three jars, I am cured of that disgusting disease Tn
closed And #5, for which send me California CAT-R-CfJRE for some friends who in
For Vile by C. H. Hance, Tt and 7H N. spring street, Hellntant Haas *
Co., Wholesale Agents, I.os Angeles, Cal.
ESTABLISHED 185(. INCORPORATED UM
CRANE BROS. MFG. CO.
CHICAGO AND PITTSBDRfiB.
BRANCH HOI SJL'S: Eos Augelc* Kansas City and Ouiaba.
MANUFACTURERS' JOBBERS OF
PIPE, FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, TOOLS, Etc.
Pumps, Hose, Belting, Sewer Pipe.
PLC in HUBS' and UAN tlllKß MAt EHIAI. IN KVI'.HV VARIBTI.
COMPLETE UK" OF SANITAKY APPLIANCES.
Sos. 18, 20, 22 and 24 Reqnna Street, Corner Los Angela,
°Ct2G-ly " A N«JF.I.ES, OA 1.1 I OBNIA t
Tore already urn :
ON THE MAGNLFICENT
ONLY TWO BLOCKS FROM
THE BOMIE WEISS TRACT,
Corner Ninth and Alameda Streets.
The Gem of All the Tracts!
Lois Selling Rapidly 1 From $600 to $1000
One-third cash; one-third in six months, one-third in twelve n«rili
interest at 8 ]>er tent.
Staunton & Matthews,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 3 North Main St., Los Angeles Cal.
DIVISION NO, 2
The Raymond Improvement Company
Having sold the greater part of Division No. I, now offers
Division No. 2, in Front of Raymond Hotel
A LONG FRONTAGE ON GARFIELD AYE
STREET RAILROAD NOW BEING BUILT
W. G. HUGHES, Secretary,
Room 9, Los Angeles National Bank Building.
The Excelsior 7y*
Lawn Mower i //
Easiest Running ' j^r
ON THE MARKET. Mm\W^>*^m»K
HARPER & RERNOLDS Co fj|g |L&
4ft and AO N. Main St. nostf "^^o