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NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
The Eos Angeles and "an Bernur
dluo Railroad.
The surveying party whioh has been '
working west fiom San Bernardino is
now between Pomona and Mud Springs,
There are twelve in the party, under the
direction of M B. Terrass. An inter
view failed to develop anything of very 1
much interest to our readers. Mr. Ter- '
raw says the road is oertainly to be
built at an early day. The present BUr
vey is, however, ouly preliminary, and >
various considerations in regard to right I
of way and practicability of a route m .y
affect the final location of the road. Aa
surveyed the line crosses Ontario at
Tenth street. It passes through the
Cucamonga vineyard 250 yards be ow
the winery, and goes somewhat below
Ktiwends, passing a little south of the
pamp, which is a familiar landmark
■ear the San Bernardino stage road.
We have it from good authority that tbe
road is distinct from the San Gabriel
•alley line, though of course a junction
may be bailt through above the other.
There is talk of running a lower line
which would come down to Eighth or
Seventh street, but the present line will
be run through to Los Angeles first.
Too much importance should not be at
tached to this survey as indicating ex
actly where the road will come. Our
own opinion is that the Riverside, Santa
Ana ft Los Angeles branch is to be
Kibed ahead, over one hundred teams
ng now at work. We can hardly
look for the completion of the foothill
line this winter.—.Pomona Progress.
THE AZUSA COI'STRY.
Land of as good quality as can
be found within the limits ot Southern
California, situated in as fine a fruit
growing locality as can be boast-, d of
anywhere, is selling this week at from
$ 125 to $200 per acre, and within sixty
days the same land will be considered
oheap at twice those figures. Don't you
forget this in in.
Kain commenced falling early Satur
day evening last and continned most of
the night, about two inches falling dur
ing tbe storm. Sunday m ruing the
ana arose clear and bright, revealing one
of the most beautiful mountain scenes
that can be pictured. "Old Baldy" and
the surrounding peaks of the Sierra
Madre were covered with a ooat of old
winter, the snow reaching down nearly
to the base. Enough rain fell to wet the
ground down several inches, and if this
rain will soon be followed by another
feed will spring into exisence as if by
magic, and ibe beauty of Southern Cali
fornia will again be restored.
We have been informed that tbe sale
of the rich silver mine, a few miles up
the San Gabriel cailon, which we re
ported a few weeks ago, has been con
snmated, and that the company will ex
pend $200,000 in the erection of a mill
and the development of tbe mine. This
adds another great industry to our val
ley, and tbat every farmer will bail with
delight. If the mine proves as good as
the present prospects indicate, we will
soon have a cash maiket at our very
doors for a large portion of our produce,
is there will, without a doubt, be a
mining town built up at tbe mine of
several hundred souls. Taking it all
around there is no portion of California
to-day with brighter future prospects
than the upper San Gabriel valley, and
that fact is f ast becoming known to the
world, and as a result capital is co ning
in rapidly.—Son Gabriel Valley Expo
nent.
PASADENA PICKINGS.
Dr. Congar sold another of bis elegant
home tract lots on Thursday to Mr. W.
A. Kimball, of New York City, fronting
on Colerado street, west of his new
house, for the low price of $65 per front
foot. Mrs. Kimball is the daughter of
the noted banker and Wall street opera
tor, Rufus Hatch, and an elegant honse
will be erected for a home as soon as the
plans can be obtained. It is understood
that the Doct .r will wall his whole
frontage on Colorado street, ornament
ing with an iron fence on top, aud other
attracting improvements also on Orange
Grove aveuue are contemplated. Tnis
he considers is money well invested.
He has a few more valuable lots that
will not long reman on tbe market,
with the present demand for tiue resi
dence property.
A company has been formed in this
city for the purpose of engaging in crys
tallizing fruits. Tbe members of tbe
corporation are P. M. Green, F. M. Ho-
Tey, Byron O. Clark and James K. Kig
gius, of Pasadena, and Frank M. Scham
burger, of Anaheim. The capital stock
consists of $20,000, in 200 shares, all of
which has been taken and tbe company
ia thus enabled to start ."nil-handed.
They have purchased grounds near the
corner of Chestnut street and Marengo
avenue, near the railroad, and will erect
buildings in time to handle tbe next crop
of frniis, They propose to can fruits
and crystallize and manufacture jellies,
syrups, unfermentcd wines, etc. This
will open up a maiket for the small
growers, as well as the larger, enabling
them to dispose of much tbat would
otherwise be lost. There will be a spe
cial demand for tigs, and the company
will strongly urge extensive planting of
that delicious fruit. — The Union.
THE NEW RAII.BOAD
We have stated, and we .-gain state,
tbat there is nuthoritv for saying that
Santa Ana is to be on tbe main line to
and from Los Angeles, and to and from
San Diego, of the great Atchison and
Trpeka line now building from River
aide down through the Santa Ana canon
into tbis valley. Santa Ana will be a
junction of these roads, as, being the
moat important shipping point in the
southern part of the county, aud the
largest and most populous town in tbe
valley, it ia justly entitled to be. It
is quite probable tbat the com
"»D« will establish workshops here,
lor the repairing and manufacturing of
machinery for tbe roads. As we said
before, Santa Ana is destined to be an
important railroad center, all movements
tending in tbat direction. Four rail
road hues will radiate from this point,
including the road to Newport, which is
to be built in the near future. With
the present railroad developments, it is
no wonder tbat our town and valley is
booming. It will cont nue to boom, for
our country is of a character to sustain
aboomwhtn once it has commenced.
It is, as the Herald has always contend
ed, one of the fairest and most prolific
lections of the Stute.— Herald.
The journal of the Chemical Society
states tbat of some eighteen varieties of
cheese experimented with, Cheddar was
digested in the shortest time, namely,
foor hours, while unripe skim Swisa
cheese required ten hours for solution.
There appears to be no difference in the
digestibility of all sorts of hard cheese,
or all soft cheese; but all fat cheeses are
dissolved the most rapidly, because, be
ing open by reason of the fat, they are
the more readily attacked by tbe solvent.
There seems to be no connection be
tween the digestibility and the percent
age of water present in the cheese,
though there is some connection with
the percentage of fat ani the degree of
ripeness. From numerous examinations
which have been made out of the quan
tity of nitrogen dissolved, it is concluded
that oheese, on account of its great di
gestibility, is the most nourishing of all
foods, meat and eggs excepted.
Damtana Bitters makes the old, young and
the weak strong and healthy. M. Levy A
Co., wholesale liquor dealers nts.
LOB ANGELES DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1886.
THE COURTS.
Superior Court—Cheney, -».
People vs. Diego Lopez—Continued
until December 9>h at 10 A. M.
People vs. Felipe Lustra—Sentenced
to one month's imprisonment in the
County Jail.
Informations were filed, charging Cas
par Puchel with assault with a deadly
weapon; Morris Peudergrast, robbery;
George Uenford, burglary; James
O'Roilly, assault to commit murder;
Joseph Brown and Charles White, bur
glary; George Dietrich, murder.
SET FOR THURSDAY.
People vs. Santos OcafU —Trial.
It run no ii, J.
Paokwood vs. Packwood — Decree
filed.
Yorbi vs. Wright—Compromised and
dismissed.
City of Los Angeles vs. Ardito et al—
R-port of Commissioners confirmed.
Brown vs. Burks—Ten days fnrther
to answer.
SET FOR THURSDAY.
Maybury vs. Leslie et al—Trial.
The minor Courte.
AUSTIN", J. P.
People vs. Geo. Allen and Clement
Lievas —Grand larceny. Examination
amtinued until Monday at 2 r. M,
People vs Charles Winter—Threats
to murder. Dismissed. ;
Electro Magnatism, the New
Means of Cure.
Dr. E. Robblns' Electro-Magnetic Insti
tute, corner of First and Spring streets, en
trance on First street, is now fitted up at
considerable expense, with everything that
is necessary to cure chronic and so-called
incurable diseases, by the finest electrical
appaiatus in the world. Turkish aud
Russian baths; also electric, sulphur aud
eucalyptus baths. Dr. Robbius has hail sev
eral year's experience in the Australian
colonies, Sau Francisco, Salt Lake City, Den
ver, and four years iv Loa Angeles, aud
hundreds of lending citizens can testify to
the wonderful effects of electricity in curing
cases of chronic diseases when all else had
failed, aud therefore all persons suffering
should try this new remedy before abandon
ingall hope. After every medical treatment
the patients are given the Massage treatment
by persons of their own sex. The doctor
diagnoses diseases wiihout explanation
from the pattest, free of charge. His otlice
hours are 9to 12, Ito 5 aud 7to s. Bath de
partment open Sundayafrom 8 a. M. to 12 M.
A Horrible Form
Of malarial disease la dumb ague, Con
stant drowsiness, sleep interrupted by a
chill, succeeded by a consuming beat, and
tbat by an exhausting sweat, A sensation
asol numbness from cold, but no shaking
attends it. Hostetter'B Stomach Bitters in
variably eradicates it, though it is the most
obstinate form of mlasma-born disease. To
Conquer ft with quinine is as impossible as
to battle down Gibraltar with a howitzer.
Malarial disorders of every ktnd are attend
ed with derangement of the liver, a fact
evinced by tbe saffron tfnt which the skin
assumes iv such diseases. For this symp
tom, as well as fer its cause, the Bltiers is a
certatn remedy, Constipation, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, and inactivity of tbe kidneys
and bladder, are also relieved by this fine
alterative.
A Keined jr lor l.uue Diseases.
Dr. Hobt. Newton, late President of the
Eclectic College, of the City of New York,
and formely of Cincinnati, Ohio, used DR.
WM. HALL'S BALSAM very extensively in
his practice, as many of his patients, now
living, and restored to health by the use of
this Invaluable medicine: can amply testify.
He alw ays sahi so good a medicine ought
not be called'a patent medicine, but that it
ought to be prescribed freely by every phy
sician as a sovereign remedy in all cases of
Lung diseases. It cures consumption and
all pectoral complaints.
A New lumber Yard
Has been established by the Schallert-Ga
uahl Lumber Company on Washington
street, nearly opposite the Washington Gar
den, where they will keep a full l'ne of all
kinds of lumber and building material.
CTJACOBSQI]
GtRMANREMEO.
f" _ _1 — CurciStoonititn, Hearaleis,
rul rail! ""nzzTiZir-
Fifty Genu. At Oragglsta »nd DMlerf.
THF (HAKI.t.H A. VOfIKLER CO.. Ilalllaor*. ad., V. S. A.
DR- FLINT'S
HEART REMEDY
IESCRIPMIpADTJRESS
" TREATISE JJ.MACK&Cot
FRJCE i S/F J?MK«/sqo'
Whenever you feel an yneaslnasa in the region
cCtho hcarr, asl:j;h # pa'a in tho shoulder, ana
crunder tli'o shoulder i,lade, or when you f«l
voursclf short of broath when exorcising, or
j our heart has jwilulsof beating fast, you nata
heart disease, a:id should take Hr. Hint's Heart
temarfy, (Uft Descriptive t.e-ty with each
betUs, cr mailed free.
kambTjrgTigs.
There is no remedy which can rival Hamburg
Figsfortheeui -.el habitual i f,n;:ti|»ation,indiges
tion and link hnenWhlti Their anion <s prompt
and otncienfcoa their tiisto is pleasant. 25 cents.
Atoll druggißts,o.-a/Jtiros3 J.J. H.iCKJiCO,
0 and 11 Fron> St. San Francisco.
a new life into tho Antiquated Horse!
For the last 14 years the H. H. H. Horse
Liniment has been the leading remedy
among Partners and Stockmen for the
pure of Sprains. Bruises, Stiff Joints.
Spavins, Windgalln, Sore Shoulders, etc.,
and for Family Due is without an equal
for Hhonmatißm, Nenralgia, Aches, Pains,
"mines. Tuts and Sprains of all characters.
Ihe H. H. H. Liniment has many imita
t ons, and we cantion tho Pnblio to see
that the Trade Mark " H. H. H." is on
every Bottle before purchasing. For salo
everywhere for 60 centa and $1.08 per
|BEPIC«L.
Free Public Healing.
DR. TRUESDELL
Will elve FREE METAPHYSICAL HEAL
INGS EVERY SUNDAY AFIEUNOON at
o'clock iv the
Grand Opera Hall.
Private classes, tor the study ot the Sci
ence of Metaphysical Healing, meet every
Monday, Weclueaday and Friday. Dr. A. P.
Truesdell and Mrs. E. S. Hill, teachers.
For particulars enquire at tho office.
Rooms 12,13 and 14, Forster Block, No 28
South Main street. 010 t(
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN'"
BREECH-LOADING SHOTGUNS,
Just received from Europe.
The finest nock of the host makers in the
world, and at prices which we defy compe
iflfon on the Pacific Coast. Double Barrel
Breech-Loa-ling Bhotguns from $14 up to $350
e.;ch. All guns gaaran'eed. Also, a full
line of Rifles, Pistols, Uun Material and
Ammunition of all descriptions, American
and English. Repairing of the finest class
and chockboring a specialty.
Sportsmen's Headiiiiarters.lll Main St.
6lstf 11.
UDMIVI.y.
DOCTORS ~
ADAMS BROS.,
DENTISTS.
Rooms 4 and S,
No. 23 South Spring St.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
I>rs. C. & Frank Stevens,
DBNTISTS
Thebes set of teeth 88, on Celluloid or
Rubber. Painless extraction of Teeth by
Nitrous Oxide Gas or Vitalized Air. Fine
Gold Fillings a specialty. All operations af
Eastern prices and guaranteed Iloorus
IN and 10 Schumacher Black, op
posite PO. Open Sundays! Rom 9t012C
LTIHUEK YARDS.
PERRY MOTT&CO.'S
LUMBER YARDS
AND PLANING MILLS
NO. 78 COMMERCIAL BTREEI
ariotf
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.,
Lumber Dealers,
Manufacturers of Doors
WINDOWS, BLINDS'
Stairs, Stair Bail, Balhnters, Newell Poets a 0
Hill Work of every deaoriptica, and dealers n
Lime, Plaster, Hair, etc.
No. 533 North Alameda Street
KEPCKHOFF-OUZNER
Mill and Lumber Company,
Manufacturers of and dealers In
Lumber, Doors, Elinds, Windows,
EASTERN OAK, ASH, HICKORY,
WALNUT' AND POPLAR,
and a Eancy Parquetry Floo o! bird wood
a specialty.
AND ALL KINDS OF Tl lIX « OKK
Yard and Mill, corner Alameda A Mscy Sts.
Telephone No. 8. P. 0. Box9t- nt>«3stf
Oißgon Lumber Company,
The Oregon Lumber Company have lately
opened a splendid assortment of
Oregon Pine aid California Redwood Lumber
Of every description at their new yard
On Date, Charey ail Mission Streets,
We have a fine stock of LATHS, PICKETS
SHINGLES and FINISHING LUMBER
of a superior quality.
We arc also prepared to All orders on short
notice for bu diug materials of every de
scription.
Particular attention pafd to orders for un
usual lengths and dimensions.
Orders solicited.
lyltHf J. A. RUBS, Agent.
MsaCHaST TAILORS.
M. & P. SHORT
Have just received their
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
In all the latest styles, including
Oassimers, Hairlines. Corkscrews,
Tweeds, Pks, etc , etc
WE GUARANTEE FIR3T-CLASS CUTTING
AND WORKMANSHIP,
And make the VERY FINEST TAILORING
in the city at a genuine reduction of fully
twenty-five per cent, from < he charges of
HIGH-RENTED UP-TOWN STOBES.
NOBBY SUITS, TO ORDER, JJP
PERFECT FfTTING PANTS, §ttt TTT>
TO ORDER FROM <JjO UK
For proof that we wtll sell Jheaper than
any other house in the city call and exam
ine our prices.
A perfect fit and good workmanship
guaranteed.
M. & P. SHORT,
SAN FRANCISCO TAILORS,
131 SOUT3 SPRING ST.,
Bet. Second and Third, one door from
Turnvereln Hall. au7t
Founflry and Macliine Shop,
Corner Virgin and Caatelar Streets.
Telephone 247. Los Angeles, Gal.
Take two-horse car. o2tf
" CAREY'S NURSERIES,
(Successor to O. W. Childs' Nurseries.;
We are now prepared to take orders (to
be delivered after January 1, 1887) for
Berger grape rut tings, full length and un
mixed. Call at 28 W. First st, or address
THOB. A. GAREY, Agent,
nC 2m P. O. Box 462, Los Angeles, Cal.
SYCAMORE GROVE~
This place of resort fn the Arroyo Seco ts
oue of the most popular tn the c untry.
There is a good road to it fiom tho city, and
in charge of '.he present proprietor, CH AS,
WAGNER, ft Is conducted in the very best
manner.
Ms** CALL AND SEE. 02ji
BANKINU HOUSES.
Farmers&Mercliajits'Baiik
Or LOS ANGELES.
ESTABLISHED IN 186 a
Paid Hp Cattltal - - - Keoo.ooo
rtorplaa * Reserve F'd 04»0.O«0.
Total .... 5G50,000.
I3AIAS W. HELLMAN PRESIDENT
L. C. OOODWIN VICB-PHESIDKnI
JOHN MILNKR SECRETARY
BOARD or DIRBCTORB
IS MAS W. HELLMAN JOHN 8. GRIFFIN.
O. W. CHILDS. C. E. THOM,
PHIL. OARNIER, J. B. LANKEUSHIM
C. DUCOMMUN, JOSE MASCAREL
KXCHAJVUK FOR H.il.K OS
New York. London,
Frankfort, Dublin,
Paris and Berlin.
t9* Receive k>ep and c Tbelx Gar
(Incites.
&T Buy and Sell Governments, State, Oeuuty
sad Cftv Bonds
XsOfS ANGrBIUBS
COUNTY BANK,
Main St., Los Angeles, OaL
CAPITAL STOCK, PAID UP, 5100.030
" Reeerve Fund, $200,000.
JOHN R. PLATER- Prssident.
R. S. BAKER Vice-President,
H. L. VioNEIL Cashier.
DIRECTORS!]
J. S. Blausom, Jo m avi Btxbt,
Jons E. Plats*, Rohkxt m Bakrb,
Johh A. Paxtok, Osoana Prsscott
R. M. WroaiH
<bt*Bct amd Ssll Exchanob an F „ clsoo
Now York, London, Paris, Berlin and 11 , "kfort
aVßur ExoHAxes on all part ~ United
States and Europe.
fST Rkcsits Monby on open aooou and oerttf.
at* of deposit, and do a general banking ano
X"hange business
Southern California
National Bank.
NADEAU BLOCK
Corner First and Spring Streets,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - $100,000,00.
H. H. BOYCE, ... President
E. N. BREED, - Vice-President
W. r. BOSBYSHEEL, • . CasUler
DIRECTORS:
L. N. Breed, Chas. E. Day, H. A. Barclay,
W. C. Furrey, M. G. McKoon, T. W. T. Rich
ards, E. C Bosbyshell, M. Hsgan, J. Koster,
W. F. Bosbyshell, H. H. Boyce,
2*3 Stoc-lk lrolclers.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
A Special Department for Collections.
Accounts of Banks aud Bankets receive
special attention.
A share of your b isfness ts solicited.
Los Angeles Savings MX.
ISO NORTH MAIN ST.,
CAPITAL, ■ . . , $300,000
PRKSID .. . _ L. O. GOODWIN
SECRE V J. V, WACHTKI
Board of Dlree tors:
ISA LAB W. HSLLMAH JOBS E. PLATES
Robi. S. Bahjw, Jona A. Paitos,
L, C. Goodwin.
Term Deposits will be received in sums of on
hundred dollars and over.
Ordinary Depoelts in sums of ten dollars and
over.
Money to loan on firs:-class Real Estate.
Los Angeles. July 1,1884
First National Hank
OP LOS ANGELES.
Capital stock, : : • sioo.ooc
Surplus, i :| : $i 75,00
E. F. SPENCE : : ; President
JM. ELLIOTT, : : Cashier
DIRECTORS:
J. D. BIORXSLI,, JT. F. Crank, H. Mabchi
Wm. Lact, E. F. Sriaoi.
BTOCKHOLIEKS:
Oatt. A. H. Wilcox, Da. R. n. MoDosauo
O 8 Witubrbi, Jambs MoOoi'
J. F. Crams, F. q. Story,
J E. Hollrjibicx, A. L. Lasrirshis'
H. Mabort, Wm Lacy,
L. H. Carlton, S. U. Mctt,
J. D. Bioxirau,, K. F. Srraos.
A. W. Habvit. oct4tf
Geo. H Borbbbuu, Jona bxvsoa, ML.
Pres't Vlee-Fres t
F. C. Howss, Cashier.
Los Angeles National But,
NO. H NORTH MAIN STREET, Lot A.l
-geles, Oal.
Snrploe SZO,OOO, Capital 5300,000
DIRECTORS :
Dr. W O. COCHRAS. H. 11. Markka* 1
Pirb7 U. Grbbh, John Brtsoh, 8r
Dr. E. Bnrei>AueH. F. 0. Howis.
Geo. H. Boibbbakb,
■V Exchange tor sale on all the principal dtlet
o the United State and Europe. mb9
I I4HVU DKJkJLERH.
iTTWoilAcoTf,
26 and 28 N, Spring St.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
The Finest Wine
IN THE MARKET.
081 lm_
YAUHIfKIKIufSOo,
Eatabltehed In 1800.
DEPOT FOR THE BROOK3IDE VINEYARD.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FIDE lINKUIPRS, Etc.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Also Pure Liquors for Medicinal purposos,
Oor. Commercial and Alameda Sts.,
Opposite Old Depot.
•«i)l6tf
ALFRED WRIGHT'S
Fine Perfumery
Sachet Powders, etc.
Are "World Renowned.
SOLD ONLY TO THE RETAIL DRUG
Trade at Schedule Prices.
C. W. COBURN & CO.,
SOLE AGENT,
313-15 FRONT STREET, s. F.
d 2 3m dAw
HEAL ESTATE.
EUR SALE AT
Royal & Treutlen's
Real Estate and insurance (See,
115 West First Street.
2— One lot, Estrella avenue, Park Villa
Tract, iiOO; prettleßt and cheapest lot iv
tract.
3— House 6 rooms,lotsoxlCf),on Walnut st,
between Chavez street and Downey avenue,
East Los Angeleß, 12700.
6—Comer lot, 72Uxlf>0, Central avenue,
Hoyle Heights, (NO..
9—6 room house, Pearl st., north of Tem
ple street, a bargain, $1700.
12—17-room new house on Temple St., $0000
— $2000 cash, balance 845 per mouth; or for
rent at $100 per month.
18—5-room house, E Twelfth St., 83000.
14-6-room house, Flower Bt.. $4(kO; very
cheap.
15—House 7 rooms, lot 60x110, corner Court
aud Grand avenue, $10,000.
17— 0-room house, York st., near Grand av
enue, $1000.
18— 3 lots corner Grand aye. aud York St.,
a bargain, $1300 each.
20— House 5 rooms, Daly st, E. L A.,51010.
21— Houses rooms, Chavez St., E. L A., a
bargain, $1700.
25—House of 5 rooma, 8. Olive St., BfsoO.
28— 2 lots on Williams St., near Temple;
very cheap if sold within 0 days.
29— -Beveral beautiful building lots near
Figueroa St., $450.
30— 7 beautiful lots for homes or specula
tion, half block from Figueroa; only $700
eich.
31— 210t5,50x150, Grand avenue,slo'oeach
32— 3 lots just off Grand avenue, $850 each.
33 12 rooms to rent on Spring street.
3'J—3 lota en Jenkins avenue, between
Main and Grand aye.. $850 each; cheap.
40— Storehouse on Spring street, in excel
lent location; easy terms aud cheaper than
adjoiuiug property: chance for speculation.
41— 3 lots one block from Second-street
cable; beautiful elevation, near park; $80J
each.
46—0 lots corner Kansas and Jefferson sts.;
$275 each.
56— House 14 rooms, Olive street. $8000.
60—Two lots northeast comer Main aud
Walnut sts.: $1000 and $I*oo each.
57— 6 lots Glowuey st, 50x160, $550.
7 lots Flower st, only $1100 each.
Three offices to rent; good location.
Jottage 4 rooms to rent; $->2 per mouth.
5 acres corner Main and Jefferson cheap.
Lots for sale in nearly every tract in Los
Angeies at the regular printed prices, i
Lot No. 86, Lougstreet Place, 50x174, only
$1030, one third cash.
Lot 21, Longstreet Place; a bargain; $1275.
ACREAGE.
34—6 acres on Daly st, E. L. A., good house
6 rooms $10,009.
86—Sacies between Washihgton and Jeffer
son streets, on Alameda St.. $6000.
38— 1 acre lot S. side Washington St. $1700.
39- 19 lots, Brooklyn aye., Boyle Heights,
$500. _____
ROYAL & TREUTLEN,
Real Estate, Insurance and Money Negotia
tors, Houses Rented and
Rents Collected.
115 West First St.. Los Angeles, Cal.
nol3
SOCIETY NOTICES*.
SfCNET CHAPTER NO. 57, K. A. M.,
Meets statedly on tho first Thursday «
oi each month, at 7:15 r. k., at Ma
sonic Hal), McDonald Block. So-V _f
ourningC impanlona In good stand- 7\AT\
ng cordially invited. • ~
J. H. MARTIN, H. P.
R. T. MCLLARD, Secretary.
American Legion of Honor.
I Safety Council No. 664 meets second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each month
, at their Hall, "Evening Express" Building,
Sojourning Companions in good standing
are cordially invited.
„„„ „. VV. T. BARNETT, Commander.
GEO. W. KNOX, Secretary.
L O. 0. F.
Orange Council No. 28, I. 0. C. F., meets
oyery Wednesday evening in Good Tenplatß
Hall. Visiting members are cordially Invito L
. , „ „ R- W. READY, N. G.
A. J. E. Fprbish, Rcc. Secy.
Los Angeles Council No. 11, Royal
and Selee Masters, F. &A. M.
Holds its stated assemblies on the 4th Mon'
day ot each month at Masonic Hail, at 7,80 r. x.'
Bojouxning Companions In good standing arc
fraternally invited to attend.
By orilt j theTh;. 111;.
J. E. 8. Bbll, Recorder.
K. OF P.
Tri-Color lodge N0.96 meets every
£ rldtt ,?S 76 ?' 11 * In Pythian Castle,
No. 24 Spring, treet. JTvl
Sojourning Knights Invited. HQUr!
„. . „ H - * PAYNE C. C. \SSSSf
.BAAO 8. SMITH, K. of R. and 8. 'V
nov7-lyr
LOS ANGELES LODGE 55, A. at. U. W.
Regular meetings of the above Lodge are
held every Wednesday evening at A. O
IT W. Hall. Childs' building, Main street:
Visiting brotberen cordially Invited.
„ CHAS. H. WHITE. M. W.
WALTER DEVEKAUX, Recorder.
iani) lyr
Stanton Post, G. A. E.,
Meets every Friday evening at Masonic
S&llBfA , B Pring St. Visiting comrades
cordially united. J. M. GUINN,
„ „ „ Post Commander.
8. C. BYMONDS, Adjutant. Je27 lm
Knights Templar.
Com* Da Lion Con *andkry bo. s, X: • T: •
Holds its stated conclaves at the asylum In Ma
sonic Hall, on the Third THURSDAY of each
month, st 7| o'clock r. a. Sojourning Knights
Templars in good standing are cordially invited to
attend. By older ot the E--O - .
R. T. MULLARD, Recorder.
Los Angeles Lodge No. 36, L 0. 0. f.
jgSr%» REGULAR MEETING hold on
m *Wr Wednesday evening of each week
at 7:30 o'clock.
Sojourning brethren In good standing are
cordially invited. H. H. CRAWFORD, N. G.
En. F. Pbaiso, R. 8. Jy2B
Masonic Notice.
Los Anhslss Loixii No. 42, P. ft A
m.—The stated meetings of this Lodg.
f ytr Vara held on the flrst MONDAY of each
month at 7:80 r. v. Members of Sister Lodges
and all Master Masons In good standing arc
cordially invited.
THOS. ST ROHM, W:- M:-
A. J. Hschthan, Secretary.
Los Angeles iKxlge No. 2925, K. of EL
Regular meetings of the above Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at Old Masonic Hall,
Spring street Visiting brothers are cordially in'
vlted to attend. H C. AUSTIN
mS Dictator.
Los Angeles Chanter No. S3, R:-
A:- M>
I {States convocations on second MONDAY of each
month, H r. ■~ at Masonio Hall, Spring St.
Sojourning companions in good standing fra
ternally invited. By order of
G. F. MoLELLAN, H.
T. J.P Cuddy, Secretary.
JAMES PYLE'S
PEARLINE!
THE
BEST COMPOUND
KVRR INVKNTin FOR
WASHINU AND CLEANINti
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water, without
Harm to FABRJC or HANDS.
L_
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Oil T JUiJ amazingly, and Is of GREAT
VALUE to housekeepers. Sold by all Gro
oers, but see that VILE COUNTERFEITS
are not urged upon you. PEARLINE is tho
ONLY SAFE ARTICLE, and ALWAYS
bears the name of
JAMES PYLE, New York.
PEARLINE will work to excellent advan
tage In tbe waters of Los Angeles county
when all other soaps fail.
COOKE & WISEMAN,
BOOK BINDERS.
BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY.
75 N. Spring St., Los Angeles. oci3 lm
BEsTAVBANTS.
ILXJOH'a
Bestanrart aim Oyster Parlors
-41 AND 43 N. MAI STREET.
.TREAT REDUCTION IN OYSTERS.
Large Eastern Oysters, per 100, - . . 14.60
Small " «... 18.60
Snu.ll Eastern, raw or stewed, 86 cts. per piste
Larec Kiwtern, »iy stete . (0 cents per pl»»e
Biltunow selected Oysters, 86 oenU pel o»i.
PRIVATE ROOMS
Up stairs for ladles sod families, where meals
will beservod in »h« 1-atrtv'o
n24 JERRY ILLICH, Proprietor.
lIE-OPENING
United States Hotel
The undersigned having purchased the
U. S. Rastaurant, Requena St.,
The same will be newly opened Saturday,
October 30th, and will hereafter conduct it
In first-class style.
THEO. FROEHLINGER,
o'27tf Proprietor and Manager.
First-Class Restaurant.
CHRIS. GREBE, THE WELL-KNOWN
aud popular Restaurateur, has pur
chased the famous
Campl Restaurant, 306 Nortl Main St.,
And will carry it on in first-class style, giv
ing his customers the best which the mar
ket affords. FRENCH DINNERS will be
made a specialty and the best two-bit din
ner In the city will be served in elegant
styie The new proprietor will prove that
Campi's shall be equal to any aud second
to none. n6tf
CUCAMONGAPARK HOTEL
This New and Beautifully Situated Resort
is now ready for occupancy. To fnvalids
who are unable to stand the full force of
strong sea breezes thfs hotel Is especially
adapted. Amongst the particular advant
ages offered at thfs rural retreat are:
First—A high, dry situation, sheltered
from northers or strong winds.
Second—Beautiful shade amidst groves of
giant sycamores
Third—Huntingand sportinp facilities un
excelled In Southern California.
Fourth—Proximity to old fruit colony,
postofflce, raflroad depot and telegraph.
Altitude, 1300. Moderate charges, first
class table, polite attendance. Five rooms
can now be engaged.
E. W. UII DIM. Prop.
n2O (Late Manager Ontario Hotel.)
Get conveyance at Postofflce, Ontario, Cal.
The Commercial Restaurant,
V. DOL, PROPRIETOR,
DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIN STREET.
Receives alive and sorves up every day the
ohoiccst FISH, Including SOLE, lURBOT and
BEA TROUT.
SPRING CHICKENS, Just In from ths ranch™,
c okod In every style
This restaurant la Los Angeles's Delmooieo.
mvltf
ASSESSMENT NOTICE
Alhambra Addition Water
Company.
Location of principal place of business, San
Gabriel, Los Angeles County, California.
-VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tbat at a
11 meeting of the directors held on the
Bth day of November, 1886, an assessment of
three dollars per share was levied upon the
capital stock of the corporation, payable
Immediately, in gold coin, to the Secretary,
at the office of the company in San Gabriel,
Los Angeles county, Cal.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain due and unpaid on the 20th
day of December, 1886, will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at public auction,
and u-less payment Is made before will be
sold on the 10th day of January, 1887, to pay
tbe delinquent assessment, together with
the costof advertising and expenses of sale.
NILES KNICKERBOCKER,
Secretary,
Office at San Gabriel Winery, San Gabriel,
Los Augeles county, Oal. nol3-lm
A Rare Opportunity!
FOR SALE OR LEASE
The Los Angeles
OarpetßeatingWorks,
A special chance for any one who wishes
to engage fnagoed paying business. The
present owner not being able to devote his
time to this business, would either lease
for a term of years or sell all the Improve
ments, together wtih wster power, build
ings, machinery, horse and wagon.
For further particulars enquire of GEO.
B. SKAKENFELD, 108 North Main street,
up stairs, or of SIDNEY LACEY, P. O. box
1164. Jyl7tf
TRANSATLANTIC
Fire Insurance Co.
OF HAMBURG.
Capttal 11,500 000.00
Surplus 214,210.18
Ass"ts January Ist, 1886 1,192,662.21
Invested In the United States 484,355.36
GEB. MARCUS 4 CO., GENERAL AGENTS,
SAN FRANCISCO.
BRYAN & KELSEY, Agents
nl lm LOS ANGELES.
Victor Marble Co.
Mottled Marble,
Blue, White and Onyx Marble,
LIMESTONE, GRANITE,
Any desired size or shape, for Buildings,
Flagging, Tiles, Ho i rthstones, Monuments
and Headstones. C ntracts entered into for
all kinds of work. Speoimens can be seen
at the yard of M. CRAIG, 130 Alameda a-..
or at the Grand Central Hotel, Los Ange
les. o2ltf
FALL STYLE of HATS
Now ready at tbe store of the
CHICAGO BAT CO..
No. 35 N. Main Street.
THE LARGEST STOCK TO CHOOSE
FROM ON THE COAST.
FULL LINE OF
Gents' lHUif Ms!
sep7Bm
EINES Or TB4VEL.
Pacific CoastJteaisMp Co.
nooUall, PERKINS A Co., General Ages a.
SAN FBANOISOO
NORTHERN ROUTES
Embrace lines for Portland, Or. ; Victoria,
B. 0., and Puget Mound-Alaska, and all
coast ports.
Southern Routes.
TIME TABLE FOR DECEMBER, 1886.
CCKINO BOOTH. 60IK8 KOBTH.
la ~§ I jHT
"a %% s* "J
STEAMERS. g§ Tg* gg
II h h P
Santa Rosa.. Not. 28 Nov 80 Dec. 2 Dec. 4
Los Angeles. " 29 Dec. 1 " 2-5
Orlsaba Dec. 1 " 8 " 5 •' 7
Eureka " 8 " 6 " 6 " 9
Aucon " 6 " 7 " 9 " 11
Santa Rosa . " 8 " 10 " 12 " 14
Los Angeles. " 9 " 11 " 12 " 16
Orizaba " 11 " 18 " 15 " 17
Eureka " 18 " IS " 16 " 19
Ancon. " 15 " 17 " 19 " 21
Santa Rosa.. " 18 " 20 " 22 " 24
Los Angeles. " 19 " 21 " 22 " 55
Orizaba " 21 " 28 " 55 " 2?
Eureka " 28 '• 25 " 26 " 99
Ancon " 26 " 28 " 30 Jan. 1
Santa Ross.. •' 28 " 80 Jan. 2 " 4
Los Angeles. " 29 " 31 " 2 " 5
Orizaba ... Jan. 2 Jan. 4 " 6 " 8
The steamers Santa Rosa, Orlsaba and
Anoon leave San Pedro for Ban
u 'ego, on the dates of their arrivals from.
SanFranotsoo, and on their trips between
San Pedro and San Francisco call at Santa
Barbara and Port Harford (San Luis Obispo)
only. The Eureka and Los Angeles call at
all way ports.
Cars „ couucct with steamers leave S. Fa
R. R. dopot, Los Angeles, as follows; With
Santa Rosa, Orizaba and Ancon at
9:40 o'clock a. m With Los Angeles and
Eureka, going north at 4:46 o'clock p. at.
_SHT-For passage or freight as above or
for ttckets to and from
All Important Points in Enroie
APPLY TO
H, McLELLAN, ; : : Agent
OFFICE—No. 8 Commercial St.. Los Angeles
Southern Pacific ComDany.
(PACIFIC SYSTEM.)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14, 188 S.
Trains leave and are due to arrive at
LOS ANGELES
A 8 FOLLOWS:
LKAYB ARKIVa
fob DESTINATION. raoM
I '
2:40 p. m Colton 12:01 r. a
4-.SO r. m Colton 900 a. m
2:40 t.h iDemlng) Express 12:01 r. M
< and >
2:40 P. M < East ) Emigrant.... 12:(1 r. M
2:40 p. a —El Paso and East 12:01 r. 91
12:30 p. H (San Fran > Express 2:10 p. it
< and 5
' 12:80 p. v (Sacramento) Emigr't 2:10 P. X
9.20 a. it Santa Ana and Anaheim 3;15 p. v
4 ;20 p. m Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:85 A. X
9:80 a, v Santa Monica 4:00 p. m
4:30 p. M Santa Monica. 8:15 a. st
9:40 a. M iLong Beach,Wllm'g) 4:20 r. M
. 4:45 p. it ( ton and Ban Pedro S s-25 A. it
f
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent
A. N. TOWNS, General Manager.
E. E. HEWITT,
■ Asststant Superintendent Los Angeles.
j California Sonthern R. R. Co.
All rail line between National City, San
Diego and Los Angeles and points East and
Wet.
1 Close connectlou at Barstow with Atlantfo
and Pacific R. R. and at Los Angeles with
Southern Pacific R. R.
TIMID TAD_H,
Taking effect Sunday. November 14.
A. M. A M P8 '
Los Angeles. Lv. '7.00 *9:io ' fit
' San Gabriel 7.23 9.29 5 20
Pomona 8.23 10:80 6:10
Colton Ar. 9:15 11:20 "709
Colton Lv 11:25 7-60
Citrus 11:85 sioo
f, 0 " 18 ,; ; 12:17 9:86
Murietta Ar 1:10 Hal
•Munetta Lv 1:30 11-25
Oceanside 8-38 2 15
San Diego 6:22 6 06
National Ciy....Ar. 6:40 6:80
Colton Lv. 9:20
*Ban Bernardino... 9:45
Victor ... 12:08
Barstow Ar. 1:20
P. M.
Barstow Lv. 2:56
Victor 4 : 06
*San Bernardino.. 6:20....!!!.
Colton Ar. 6:15
National City..Lv A 'B£o *** i?^SO
San.Diego 8:28 10:00
Oceanside 10:07 12-20
•Murrietta . ...Ar 12 07 ....
Murrietta Lv[ 12:27 4:55
Ferris 1:19 6:05
•Colton Ar 2:10 7-2*
Colton Lv. 7:00 2:15 8.00
Pomona 7:50 8:02 8:61
San Gabriel 8:40 8:62 9:40
Los Angeles.. . .Ar. 9:00 4:16 10KM
BKTWKHN COLTON AMD BAN BERNARDINO.
A. M.I A. M. P. M. P. M.
Colton Lv 8.00! ILBO 2.20 7.10
San Bernardino ar 8.15 11.40 2.80 7.2S
San Bernardino lv 7.20 11.05 1.66 6.40
Colton Art 7.t6| 11.15 2|o6| 8.60
- BIVKRSBDB BRANCH.
Mlxd MlxdfPass.
A. M P. M. A. M
Colton Lv 9.20 7.16 11.20
Citrus 9.80 7.80' 1180
Riverside Ar. 9.42] 7.53 11.60
I P. M.
Riverside Lv 8.40 6.25 £«
CitrUß 8.52 6.46 1.62
Chiton Ar 9.02| 7.00 ?,"5
•Meal stations.
Trains are run on Pacific Standard time,
Pullman Sleepers leave on 7 a. m. train
via Barstow, for Kansas City, via A. 4 P
and A. T A 8. F. R. R., and on 6 p. it. train
for San Diego. Sneolal rates on round trip
tickets to all local points.
For rates of fretgnt or fare, address Cali
fornta Southern Agents at local stations, or
Gen. Fr'L A Pass. Agent] Son Diego, Oal.
" - , , J. N. VICTOR.
Superintendent, San Bernardino Cal.
,„„ _ , WILLIAMSON DUNN,
Je™ General Agent, Los Angeles. Oal.
Los Angelen & WBaprlel Valley Railway
Time table iv effbot Nov. 6, 1886.
Trains are due to depart and arrive at
DOWNEY AVENUE DEPOT as ° olfows?
DKI'ART. I , k |~„
•9;21 A. M. I «7 54 A if
+ J? ™A *• 0n week daTS +8:64 A. M.
oUl y- '12 04 P.M.
I g£**
„, „,. I Theater trains:
•11:06 p. m. Tuesday. Thurs- '7-24 P. if.
I day and Saturday
+ toii6 t'. m. IQp Sundays only +*: 5 < £ JJ
• To aud from Lamauda Park
t To and from Duarte.
West Duarte (Monrovia).
L. BLANKENHOBN,
Oorvaise Pur cell, B. A. O. E.,
CflEnitinff En«r and smm
Associate Member Institute Civil
Engineers, London,
8, - rh ' oorn^sprln.

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