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THE CITY'S GROWTH.
Notes of Improvement In the South flection. Yesterday a Herald reporter took s long ride through the Southern part of the city. Passing out Spring street it is noticeable that the Woollacott block, just south of Turnverein Hall, is nearly completed. At the corner of Third the big Callaghnn block is getting well along towards the top of the last story. Just beyond, and on the other side of the street, the Lankershim block, another big one, is uearly finished. So business grows along Spring almost to the junc tion. At this|point some one has fenctd in a narrow triangle of land heretofore supposed to be part of tbe street. As it is now very valuable the owner finds out it is his. At tho corner of Spring and Ninth streets G. W. Williamson is ereoting a very large block for business purposes. There is scarcely a lot in tho Morris Vineyard tract which is not built on. Thd Childs tract is building up rapidly and many new houses are going up there. The same is true of the Cells tract, east of Main street, and near Washington street. Some of the reaidenors going up there are really ele gant. On Washington street, corner of Grand avenue, the new St. Vincent's College and Church are looming up grandly. They will soon be finished. Passing along Washington street towards fan Pedro street, the reporter stopped in to look at the orchard of Mr. Knspar Cohn. List March he visited this spot before. He found it at that time completely covered with the cottony cushion scale, which great efforts wero then making to exterminate. Now, the trees are looking very well. The leaves are green, and look moat vigorous-. One has but to look at the foliage to be impressed with the fact that the peet has been removed. A closer examination shows tbat the trunks are all scrubbed clean as pos sible. This scrubbing has been applied to the smaller branches which are all bright and clean. The leaves, too, are in just the same condition, which proves that the fine condition of tho trees is not altogether owing to the scrubbing brush. The leaves have been cleaned by the application of an insecticide lotion, prepared on the plaoe by tho foreman. It would seem as if Mr. Compere had hit the scale on the head, and to excel lent purpose. The scale is gone, the trees are clean, yet the trees are not im paired one bit in the vigor of their life. This lotion can be applied a half a dozen times to a tree without at all affecting its health. Bat this is not all. the fruit is also spared from any deleterious effect by the use of this lotion. The oranges hang on the trees, perfect in size and color. There is not a spot on the fruit, and the color is as high as one cau see any where in the county. There will be a fairly good crop this year. Those fasts demonstrate the excellency of the insecticide used. It kills the bug, but spires the vigor of the trees and the col r and quantity of the fruit. Turning off along Wolfskin street the orchard of Mr. Eugene Meyer was i visited. Here was another place which last March was in a terrible condition. Mr. Simmons, who is iv charge, was busy making preparations to attack tbe foe. The present condition of the orchard shows how thoroughly successful he also has been in his efforts. He has finally used the same lotion as that which did such good work on Mr. hlohu's trees. It is a great pity all the orchards in the city are not treated in the same intelligent and thorough manner as these have been. Just west of the Kohn place is one still white with the pest. The bugs are on the trees, on the ground, on the weeds, on the fence posts, in the zonjk—they are every where, either at rest or on their perigrioations for green field i and pastures new. It is hard for Compere to keep the Kohn trees dear while his neighbor to wind ward is covered with the peat. Certain ly some means ought to be devised to prevent this. But any one who visits the Kohn and Meyer places must be impressed with the truth that nil desperandum is the proper phil osophy. The scale bug is not invincible. All that is necessary is industiy, intel ligence and the proper wash. Passing the great Kohler winery everything bore traces of the late active campaign carried on in wine making. Getting back to Sau Pedro street, from the Ctty Gardtns to First street, all parts of the street bear evidence of the rapid growth of the oily in that quarter. All the s'reels from Main are being opened as far as San Pedro, Ala meda, and even to the river. At the old Santa Monica depot there are a plaining mill and a feed mill iv opera tion. At the foot of Fifth street there are about a dozen new houses going up. Business is stretching down San Pedro afreet south of First at a quite pro nounced pace. In fact it is marvellous how rapidly the city is settling up in this as in all other sections within its limits. The West End. About one year ago the Second Street Cable Road was put in operation. The western terminus was then out in a wil derness, A day or two ago a Herald reporter who was out in that part of tbe city, noted that for nearly a mile beyond the end of the road the hills are now dotted with pretty homes. Along the end of the Temple Street Cable the same fact is observable. The Improvement Company have sold out nearly all their lots in that part of the city. It is the intention of the Second Street (Jjmpany to double track the road at least as far as Banker Hill avenue early next sum mer. Tbe writer saw the new dummies of this line in the car shops. They are large, handsome and comforlable ears, equal to anything in their line in use in any city. The company has received advices to the effect that their new cars are now on the way ont from St. Louis. They will arrive in a short time, and then the new cars and dummies will take their places on the road. The great increase in travel ren ders these improvements imperative. This enterprising concern bos made a very pretty park near the present ter minus of the road. In this are kept a number of wild animals, and the collec tion is being continually added to. There is a sheet of water also in the park, and great improvements are in progress. These same people are now making excavations at the corner of Second and Fort streets, where they will erect one of the most beautiful blocks in the city. Tbe offices of tbe oompany will remove into the ground floor, aud the other three will be used as offices or a lodging house. REV. E. J. WHITNEY,of Clarksnn, N.Y pays Qllmore's Aromatic wine for female weakness, standi without a rival. For sale by H. D Godf roy, Nadeau Block. THE REV GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon Ind.,says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to BHILOH'B CONSUMPTION CURE." Sold by 0. F. Helnsem 128 N. Main street CONFINED TO THE BED FOUR MONTHS and almost blind, and cured by one box of Gtlmore's Neuralgia Cure. For sale by H D. Godfrey, Nadeau Block. ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges tion. Constlp ition, Dissiuess, Loss of Appe- Ue/Yollow Skint Phlloh's Vltallser Is s Eosltlvecnre. Sold by C. F. [ Msinstaet Mr. and Mrs. Florence. It would be difflouH, psrhaps, to find in tbe best of the American actors a name whioh is bo thoroughly familisr lo the patrons of a theater as Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Florenne, who will com mence a week's engagement at the Grand Opera House hero next Monday evening, inaugurating their season with their renowned success, "The Migh'y Dollar." In commenting upon both stars and play, the San Francisco Chronicle, of November 16th, soys the following: A very large and fashionable audience was present last night when "The Mighty Doliar" was revived, the first time in seven year*. The characters of Bardwell Slote and Mrs- General Uilllory have long ego been fixed tn the dramatic gallery, aud those of the rising generation who have at talned to man's estate smce they were last presented here should not ralss seeln? them, for they will bo remembered and talked about for many yean to come. Hard well Slote is one of those happy and com plete characterizations which exhaust Ihe subject, and the typical rough Congressman of the fast changing period will to all tims be Florence as the member from the Kohosh dißtrict in "Ibe Mighty Dollar." Io his most enthusiastic days the actor never Save such an arttstfc performance as he oes now. Ia such a character it was nat ural to carry exaggeration to the fattiest point, for it caught the laugh all tbe time. But'he clear cut and uneinbellished come dy strength of the character fs something that makes us regret more than ever the decadence of that school of training which produced such actors as Florence. Mr". Florence is Mrs. General Giltinry. The part is hers. She made It, and nobody can Imi tate her or take it away from her. She fs al ways delightful, and the years do not seem to affect her charm in the amusing charac ter. "The Mighty Dollar" will be pre sented on Monday evening only and will be succeoded on Tuesday by "Our Gov ernor or His Little Hatchet." Tbe sale of seats commences to-met row |morning and bids fair to bo one of the largest of tho season. RELIGIOUS SERVICES The Christian Science Union.—Meets for religious conference and Chiistiau heal ing every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, iv Gratid Opera Halt. Dr. A. P. will deliver nn illustrated discourse on Christian Science. Cathedral or St. Vieiana—Main street, below First. Vory Rev. J. Adam, V. 0., Rector. First mass at 6:00 a. m.; second mass, atß A. ».: high mass at 10 A. v.; Sunday School in English and Spanish at Br. «.; vespers at 7:30 r H. Church or Our i.aut of Anssls—Opposite the Plata. Rev. Peter Verdaguer, Rector, First mass with sermon in English at 8 A. M. last mass with sermon in Spanish at 10 A. M.; Cat echism lot the English children at 31:30 A. H, if out Street Methodist EnscorAL Chubch Rev. Mr. Cautiu D. D., pastor. Preach ing at 11 a. m. and 7:80 r. m. ; Sabbath School at 12:30 r. H.; young people's meet ing at 6:15 r. m. ; Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Sscosd Presbyterian Cuurou—Downey avenue, East Los Angelos; Rev. J. M. Boai, pastor; Peaching every Sunday evening at 7 o'clock; Sunday School every Sunday at 2:46 r. m. ; Geo. T. Hanly, Superintendent. Teachers meeting every Friday evening. All are cordially invited to attend tho above meetings. First United Presbyterian Church Cor ner Hill and Eighth streets. Sabbath ser vices It A. M. and 7:3 p. M.; Sabbath School 12:30 p.m.; Prayer Meetings Wednesday, 7:30 r. M v and Friday 2p. M, Rev. J. M. Hervcy Pastor. _ .._„ , , OISRMAN Lohorboaiiom-Rev. W. Sohudt Will hold services at the churoh on Fourth at'eet, between Fort ard Hill, evory Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Sunday School at 9:30 A. a. each Suwlay. Sunday evening ervioes at 7:30 Pastor's ..fsidonco, No. '246 Hill Street. OosaasaATiONAi. Ouuech—Hill street Ser vices every Sunday at 11 a. a. and 7:30 r. m. Prayer services on Thursday evenings, Rev. A. J. Weill, pastor. German Evanqelioal 'Lutheran Church—Fo;t street, oeir fcventb. Services every Sunday at 16-30 a M. :Suuday School at 9:30 A. s. snd it 3r. . Rev. Geo. Rnnkel, pastor. Parson age 639 Hill street. Christian Cbcecu.—Templo street, near Fort street. Proaohing on Lord's day at 11 A. m., also at 7:30 p. M„ by tho Pastor Dr. F. M. Rirkham. Seats free; Sunday school 9:46 A. x. Chinese Missisn—No. 46 Wilmington street, be tween First and Requona. School every even ng from 7 to 9 r. x.; Sunday School at 6J p.m., sod preaching in Chinese at 7 P. m. , by Rev. J. C. Nevin, missionary in charge. Residence, 130 Hill street, between 4th and 6th. ruiNiTV M. E. Chubch, Sooth—Fort street between Fifth aud Sixth, Los Angeles, Cal. Seats free, and the poor and strang ers cordially invited. Rev. W. B. Strad ley, pastor. Residence, 1215 Souths Main street. Bunday — Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. j preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m., class meeting at 12 SO p. M.; young people's meeting at 6:30 p. M. Tuesday—Ladies' Society at 2p. M. Thursday—Prayer meet ing at 7:3'J p. M. Friday—Teachers' meet lag at7:3o p. H. Synagogue—Fort street. Preaching every Friday ovenlng at 7:45 p. M. and Saturday moining at 10 o'clock. Sunday School at 10 o'clock ou Sundays. Pastor, Rev. Dr. Schreibcr. All welcome. EOYLB HEIGHTS M. K. CHUBCH—JnO A. Wachob, pastor. Services every Sabbath at 10:30 a. M. and 7 p. a.; Sunday School at sr. m. All areoordially invited AST LOS ANBELES BAPTIST CHUBCH.— Ser- B vices held in Campbell's Hall. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. M. Seats free and s ec-dial invitation to all. Sunday school at 9:46 a.m. Rev. C. W.Gregory,tne new pastor, will officfate. The Central Baptist Chubch —W. Pendleton, 1). D., Pastor, willholdservlccs at Goad Templars' Hall every Sabbath, at U a. m. and 7:80 p. M. Sunday School et 10 A' M. All are cordially Invited to at tend. Beats free. ~ . Third Congregational Chdrch (Railrad Chapel)— Corner Railroad and Cbaevoz streets. Preaching In the evening at 7 o'clock, by Rev. M. L. Boucher. Sabbath School at 8:30 p. M.; G. Tl Hanly, Superin tendent. „ „ First Pbesbyteran Church—Cornerof sec ond and Fort streets. Rev. W. J. Chiches ter, pastor, will preach at 11 a. m. and 7-80 p. M. All Rro cordially invited. St. Paul s t.HTfßCH—Olive street between Fifth and Sixth streets; Ellas Birdsall Rector. Seats, absolutely free. Sunday Services at 11 a. m. and 7 r. m. Mr. Bird sail has changed lilt residence from I low er street to the new parsonage, 933 Hill strecL The Latest and Greatest Discov ery. DR. J. De PR VT T'S HAMBULG FIGS -A crystallized fruit cathartic. A discovery of the greatest interest to the medioal profes stou. A boon to every household. A most delicious laxative or purgative prepared from frutts and vegetables. So perfectly harmless that they may be administered with entire 6afety to an fnfant. So effica cious to adults that a single dose will prove their value, and so elegant a preparatiou that it need only to be presented to the pun lie to become a necessity in ever/ house hold throughout the laud. For liver com plaints, habitual constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia and piles, they are a specific lo travelers by sea aid land they will he found invaluable; they are positively unfailing in their actton, and thfs Is the only medicine ever offered to the public that is acceptable to the taste, and so pleasant that the child ren will eat the figs as esgerly as candy. For sale by every druggist throughout the world. Price ?5 cents a box. J. J. Mack & Co., Prop's, 9 aud 11 K'ront streat, San Fran Cisco, Cal. Now Has raltb. I had been troubled all winter with cold and pain iv the chct and got no relief from remedfes recommended by Druggists aud Physicians. At tbe same time I was adver tising Dr. Bosanko'sCough and Lung Syrup. I had little faith, but thought to try It as a last resort, now I believe even more than thov tell me of its enrative qualities. [From the News, Etizabethtown, Ky.]. Sample bottle 5 cents atC F. Heiuzsman's. Mothers Bead. The proprietors of SANTA ABIE have au thorized 0. V. itauce to refund your money, if after giving this King of Cough Cures a fair trial, as directed, it fails to give satisfaction. Cure for Piles. Piles aro frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose he has some affectlou of the kid neys or neighboring organß. At times symptoms of tudigestlou are present, flatu lency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture like perspiration. Producing a very disagreeable Itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, bleedlne and itchint piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosauko's Pile Rem edy, which acts directly on tho parts Moot ed, absorbing the Tumors, allaying the In tense Itching, and effecting a Permanent oure. Price 60 cents. Address the Dr. Bo sauko Medioine Company, Piqua, O. Sold by C. F. Heinzeman. If you want real estate read the advertise ment of W. P. Mcintosh tn another column. C. 11. HANCE, wholesale and retail Druggist aud Manufacturing Pharmacist Nos. 77 and 79 North Spring strest. Tele phone No. 66. P.O. Box 2165. Bed Star TBAPE^tLMAHK. * t sMsMg#)t^'>anrHfefy^>laßßsw^ .-co from Opiates, Bmmtc* said Fofjorr. ISrI: QKCfe. r-HOMPT.sWtt** AT DBCnnISTS ANII DEALERS. THE CHAKLEB a. VUUU.ES CO.. BALTISOBS, BB> In the Superior Court of the Oounty of Los Angeles, State of California. Iv the matter of tbe EUate and Guardian ship of Donald C. Hewitt, a minor. IT DULY APPEARING TO THIS COURT from the pe.itton on file herein of Sarah A. Hewitt, the guardian of the persou aud estate of Donald O. Hewitt, a minor, pray ing for an order of sale of certain real es tate belonging to her said ward, that It la necessary and would be beneflctal to safd ward that such real estate should be sold It la hereby ordered that the next of klu of satd minor, and all persons interested in the estate of said minor, appear before thfs Court on Tbe 6th day of December, 1880, At 10 o'clock a. M , at the Courtroom of this Court In the city and county oi Los Angeles, I hen aud there to show cause why an order lor the sale of said real estato should not be granted. It is further ordered that a copy of this order De published for at least once a week for at least three successive weeks before tbe said nth day of December, ISSti, in the Los Angeles Daily Herald, a newspaper printed and published lv said county of Los Angeles. Dated November Ist, 1883. WM. A. CHENY, novs-;d Judge of the Superior Court. Los Angeles Paper Company of Los Angeles, Cal. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT A meeting of the Dtrectors held on ihe 20th of November, iswt, an assessment of 810 per share was levied upon tbe capital stock of the cornoratiou, payable on or before the 221 day of December, 1886, to the Secretary at his office, Room No. 15 Downey Block, Los tngcles, Californls. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 22d day of December, 1886, will bo deliu buenr, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, wtll be sold on the Bth day of January, 1887, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. W. B. BLACKMAN, Secretary, Office, Room 15 Downey Block, Los Angeles, Cal. uov2l-law4w a 480 ACRES. INCORPORATED 1884. California Nursery Co. ITITIFPO rrn,t wi Seml " Trollical I KH H \ GRAPE VINES. J. lIJJJJU Small Fruits, Zte. LARGEST STOCK JHSptt TjftMßHp, On the Pacific Coast. TSb6£3§ PLUMS, PRUNES dc APRICOTS ON MYROBOLAN STOCK. Our facilities for packing and shipping to dis. tant points are unsurpassed. s\7"Send for Catalogue. Address CALIFORNIA NURSERY CO., TOHN ROCK, Manager. Nilee, Cal. THE BEST OF ALL ( LINIMENTS FOB MAN AMD BEAST. For more than a third of a century the Mexican Mustang Liniment has been known to millions all over the world es the only safe reliance for tho relief of accidents and pain, It is a medicine above prioe una praise— the best of its kind. For every form of external pain " MEXICAN Mustang Liniment is without an equal. It penetrates flesh and. muscle to the very hone—making the contlnu-J ance of pain and Inflammation impos sible. Its effects upon Human Flesh and tho Brute Creation are equally wonder ful. The Mexican MUSTANG Liniment Is needed ry somebody in every honse. Every day brings news of the agony of an awful scald or barn subdued, of rhenmntle martyrs re stored, or a valuable horso or ox ssvtVd by the healing power oi this oLINIMENTc which speedily cures snob, ailments Of the HUMAN FLESH as Rheumatism, Swellings, "tiff Joints, Contracted Muscles, Burns and Scalds, Cats, Braises and, Sprains, Poisonous Bites and Stings, StuThess, jLameness, Old Sores, Ulcers, Frostbites, Chilblains, Sore Nipples, Caked Breast, and indeed every form of external dis ease. It heals without scars. For the Bbutb Cbeation it cures Sprains, Bwinny, Stiff Joints, Founder, Harness Sores, eases, Foot Hot, e)crewWorm, Scab, Hollow Horn, Scratches, Wlnd- Sills, Spavin, Thrush, lllngbone, Id Sorts, Poll Evil, Film upon the Sight and every other ollmeiit to which the occupants of tbe Stable and Stock Yard are liable. The Mexican Mustang jLlnlment always cures nnd never disappoint* | and it is, positively, THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS -TO. MM OR BEAST.* j j *J Wo\ NATURE'S A RELIABLE REMEDY CURE FOR Fo ; o^L s r a ° h ' CONSTIPATION, EFFERVESCENT SELTZER } t,g id o(Tt)c<** i* palatan:« t.j theUiUu It l 9^g^ K can bereticrl uiionJtMOOre, p a not Inlio violent purga- Sick-Headache, gg3» AND •l°n. hM DYSPEPSIA.sS^SF*^ WILLIS L. CULVER, of Pavilion N. V.. says that Oilmore's Magnetio Elixir cured him of a long standing throat and lung trouble. For sale by H D. Godfrey, Nadeau Block. "HACKMETACK," s lasting and;fragran rrfumo. Price 26 and 60 oonts. Sold by V, Helnseman. 132 N. Main St MMAV MTATE. GOODWIN TRACT! Lots on Installments. NON-EORFEITABLEI Something New! LOCATED ONLY ABOUT One Mile From the Business Center of tbe City! entirely covered with a very heavy growth of Orange, Lemon, Eng lish Walnut and Peach trees In full bear ing. Lots Uniform ! SIZE 40X140 Lots Uniform ! PRICE " !50 TERMS : •SO Cash and SCO a month, Without Interest. NO LOTTERY! But first purchasers hafe advantage of Corner Lots and Choice Locations. Select Your Lots at Once 1 DSP* At the present low price for which these lots are offered no guarantee can be given beyond the next thirty days that tbe price will not be advanced. JEJSJT-Call for maps and examine tbe tract. CALL ON- M.L. WICKS, OVEft THE POSTOFFIOB, Los Angeles. sulOSm HATTERS. Fashionable Hatters | AND Men's Furnishers. 17 North Spring Street. selHtf SO It IE CX A IBIBIKICII i BUY A FINE HAT, ; AND JET j A NICE CANE AT THE Chicago Hat Co.' 33 N. Main Street. nlO-lm AUCTION SALES BY JOHN 0. BELL & CO.. REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AUCTION EERS. Office, Room 17 Temple Block. Sale. Pioneer Transfer Co., Bag age Delivered to All Parts oi the Oity. NO. 3MARKET ST.. TELEPHONE 137. & Lehman, Prop. IsnlK-tf DENTISTS. 7i KNEPPER, DENTIST, SPECIAL AT lj. tentlon paid to treating and filling teeth o*s administered at office or real dence. Rooms 5 and (i Wilson Block nl9 3 m ASSER & WILDER, DENTISTS-HAVE removed from tj.e Nadeau Block to the Hellman Piock, corner Main and Com merclal st ".eta, over Farmers' aud Mer chants' Bank. llylo engineers and surveyors. f7~m7clure,~civil engineer , and Bnrveyor, U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. 134 North Main street, Los Au geles, Cal. Telephone No. 95. au6 ly ERVAISK pTIRCELL, B. A. C. S., CON suiting Engineer aud Surveyor; Asso ciate Member Institute Civil Engineers, Lon don. Room It, Allen Block, corner Spring and Temple. MM HEAL ESTATE. ttHARLES W. SCHROEDER, REAL ES / state and Loan Broker, McDonald Block, •2o North Main street, room 7. Bargain — House snd lot on west side ol Hill, between Eighth aud Ninth streets, 9 rooms, with all modern improvements; lot 61x165—58500. jlyBtf piTaninm mii.es— carpenters - street planing mills, IO Cor. Seventh and Los Angeles Streets Robert Thompson, Proprietor. Manufac turer of Sash, Doors and Blinds, and all kinds of Scroll Work, Turning and Shaping Corner Seventh and Los Angeles street*. Jel2 6m mi MCI AM L Dr. j. h. and residence 32' j South Spring street. iio2fi DX. J. A. DOt'GUERI V—ROOM 12, Boeder blook, No. 23 South Spring street. sep!6 TkR. J. McCARTY-O.'FICK AND RES'- J J donee northwest corner Sixth snd Olive Streets. sepgt J TUKNKK, M. D.-uPFICE AND REBI . denoe—3l N. Main street, Los Angeles. I\R. JOSEPH KURTZ—NO. 265 MAIN U street, opposite the Baker Block. DTTWILLIAM HARRISON—OFFICE AND residence New Deuison House, Rooms a »nd 4, 316 South Main street. nil lm DR. E. C. MANNI G, OFFICE AND RE6 idence 37 South Foit street. Otttce hours —9 to 11 a. H 2to4r. M. Telephone 232. TiILIZABETH A. FOLLANSBEE, M. D.— JJi Office and residence 240 South Fort street. Office hours—6 to 10 A. m. and 4to 6 p. ». Jlylt DKB. DARLING A MUEPHY-OCULISTS and nurlsts. office 120 North Mam Street. Office Hours— 9a.H. to 4 r. x: 7 to 8 p. m. eotxl-dtrwtf ROSE TALLBOTT. M. D.-OFFICE 240 South Fort street (with Dr. Follsnsbee.) Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. Residence. 19 Ninth street QlBtf MILLS BOAI-, M. D.—B9 NORTH . Spring street (over People's Store) If ours—lo to 12,1 to 8, 6to 7:30. Residence, 347 Hill street, two doors from Ftfth street. Telephone No. 136. 0C24 (1 E. OLACIUS, M. D.—PHYSICIAN AND j, surgeon, office 75 North Spring street, rooms 17 and 18. Honrs from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Specialty—Skin aud sexual dis ease, and chronic diseases In general. n7-tf MRS. DR. MINNIE WELLS—FIRBT LADY licentiate of Kentucky. Specia'ty: Diseases of women and children; also, iv connection with her practice, Electric Thermal Bathß. 311 SSprlug street.. n!7tf DR. J. W. REESE —NOB. 13,14, 15 BCHU mscher block, Spring street, opposite Poßtofficc. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. M.: 1 to 4 and 7 to 9 r. m. »SBP-Night calls an swered at office. Telephone No. 534. lvR. C. EDGAR SMITH - DISEASES OF U womeu a specialty. Rectal dlseoses treated by the Brinkerhoff Painless Sys tem. Hours—9 a. m. to 4 r, a. Offices- Corner of Spring snd Second streets, Ho; lenbeck Block. sepStf / IEOUGE W. COOK, M. D — OFFICE 28 N. \J SDrlug street; residence 126 S. Hill street, near Second. Specialty—Treatment of rupture—to retain and to cure. Best of trnsBes for adults, children and infants. Perfect fit. o*7 ItK. M. Hll.l o.N WILLI A Mb-275 NORTH 3J Main street (opposite Wells, Fargo A Go's Express Office.) Specfalty—dfseatas of tbe head, throat and chest, together with tbe eye, ear and heart. Office hours, from 9:30 a. M. to 4 r. v. sep26 PAYfION T. HtTCKINS, M. D.—l 7 NORTH Mafn street, rooms 18, 19, 20 ana 21. Hours 11 A. m. to 1 P. St., 2 p. M. to 4 P. M. Resfdence, 841 8. Hfll street. Telephone, office and resfdence, 258. Special treat ment of eye, ear, nose and throat dts esses. n6tf DRS. DE SZIQETHY A UTLEY —OFFjCE Schumacher Block, opposite Post office, Rooms 20 and 21. Dr. De Bzigethy's residence Pearl street, corner Ninth. Dr. Utley's residence corner Fourth and Spring streets. Office hours—9 to 12 a. m., 2to 5 p. x.,7 to 8 p. m. Telephone No. 169 at office and residence. JanStf I\H. CHARLfS WILLIAM BRYfiON 1/ Gives especial sttention to the medical and surgical diseases of women and chil dren. Office in Solomon Block, No. H! 2 mouth Spring St., Rooms 1 and 2. Office hours 8 A. M. to 12 h., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m . Residence, No. 109 South Olive street, Los Angeles, Cal. Ql7 DR. I. E. COilN-L.ViE SIFERII.TEND tng Surgeon Northern Pactflc Rail road. Physician and Surgeon. Office Houbs— if to 12 A. M., 2t04 p. a. Oefice—2o N. Spring St., Rooms 8, 9 and 10. Residence. Mokara House, Main st., between Third and Fourth. Telephone 504 Day and night caiu attended to. slt-tl HltlllO:iipATHlS'f». ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D.-HOMIE .aTU -1 ist. Office Hours-11 lo a.m.,2t0 5 p. x. Office—Nos. 8 and 5 Oud Fellows Building, Los Angeles, Cal. jl y9 171 A. CLAKKE, M. D.—OFFICE AND j, residence, No. J!4 South Spring street, Los Angeles. Office Hours—ll to 12 a. h., 3 to 5 p. X. Telephone No. 353 JStl_ DX. A. E. WHEcLfcR —HOM<EOAAHT>T. Office and residence 21 South Fort street. Houbs—lo to 8 and evenings. Telephone No. 46. iy!6 MKKhN A.nLKZ, M D -HOMIEPATHIST . OCTce and residence.Wilson blocs, 24 ttest First street, between Main and Spring streets, rooms Nos. 10 and 11 Honrs—lo a m, to 12 H.; 2to 4 p.m. A specialty of blood diseases. . sep22 tf B.SHORB, M. D. HOMUIOPATHIBT , office 132 North Main street, Mas carel Block; residence 173 Spring street, Los Angeles. Office hours II to 12 a. m., Ito 4 p. x. Telephone Nos.—Residence. 82; office, 276. ilvlS SPECIALISTS. • M.SS COOLEY, METAPHYSICIAN, 263 S ' Spring street, from 1 to4p.m. sep7tf DR. A. E. De CAILIIOL, ACCOUCHEUR, and Surgeon. Office and residence 207 Temple street. When desired, lady patients are boarded during treatment of diseases peculiar to their sex. auB-tf MRS ALBERTINA ZILKIE, MIDWIFE - Residence, 215 Yale street, Los Ange les. Has certificate from Btate Board of Health of Illinois showing that she has practiced midwifery for 18 years. n3O lm W WELLS, ETAPUYBICAL HEALER, . 29U South Spring Mrs** Masonic Block, ; room 9. Diseases treated successfully with out medicine. AH cases of ohronic dyspep Bia and constipation quickly and easily cure<L_ 07 lm HCRS. C. E. BOURCEY HAS REMOVED lfj. to her residence, 145 Bellevue avenue, and will make a specialty of midwifery. Ladies wishing to be cared for can be ac commodatedat her house. She can always be found at home. IJERSONAL. DR. BENNETT MAS RE -1 moved his office to S6W 8. Spring St. Bis residence is 21 West Six'h sireet. La dies and gentlemen needing treatment or advice will receive the kindest at'euttou. Office hours, 9 A. M. to 12 x., sud 2 to 6 r. v. _ K. GING, CHINESE PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. No. 7 North Los Angeles street, near First street, formerly of Canton City, Chiua, would be pleabed lo treat all the sick people of Los Augeles. Every ease has been successfully cured by him. Office at all hours. notl-lm — ATTORN Kit. HEODORE SAVAGE, ATTORNE Y-.VT law-Office, Room 21, Law Building. Los Angeles. Cal. sep-in tf TamTs C. SCARBOROUGH, ATTORNEY- O at Law, 7:> North Spring street, Ro.tn 11, Jones Block, Lob Augeles, cshforula. u!9 D. p. HATOH. J. BBOSSEAU. BBOSSEAU A HATCH, ATTORNEYS AND counsellors at Law. Nos. tl, 32 aud 50 natter Block, Los Abgeles, Cal. MAX LOEWFNTHAL, ATTORNEY AND Counselor at Ltw. German language spoEen. Room 14 Bumlller Block, Lob An geles, Cal, auBtf Uenrv N. Ga loway, Attorney-st-Law. Chas. W. Chase. /"t ALLOW AY & CHASE, EXAMINERS OF tJT Titles aud Conveyancers, Room 4, Allen mock, Los Angeles, CaL ans tf Gkiffin Johnston. Sheldon Borden. B. A. Yobiia. JOHNS'! O.N', BORDEN & YORBA, ATTOR uovs-at-Law and Examiners of Tfileß, ttoomt 7 and 8, Jones Block, 75 North Spring Btreet. Abstracts and certificates ot title fui uished with promptitude and accuracy. omt ARI HITLt i>. bTyoYng— architect andsuper . lnteudcut Office, Rooms IS and 19, Boeder Block. Jy2o tf IJaMUKL ANJ JOSEPH C. NEWSOM- O Architects—Boom 2, 10S North Main St., Los Angeles. an!B-tf YSOR, MORGAN A WALLS—JRCUI tects, rooms 1,2 and 3, Ho. SO couth spring al. Los Amct.'-.OU. ucD-tl "TOHK C. PELTON, JK —AItCHITECT, J Wilson block, No 24 Weil Flrrt street, between Spring and Main. Room 25. 021 nTRAMIiS A GOT"i isCII ALK—ARC HI- O a-id builders. Kioms > sud 4, Soloaiou 44 3. Bniiu.; St. sei.s ~dT 1 .U TOEKS-ARCHITECT-FAf.M ers' A Merchants' Bank Buildlug, Koom 25, No. 132 North Main street, Los An geles Evening classes Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays i u2B B Weve-architfct " AND" sur . vcyor. Room 10, Phillips Block, Main street. Residence West Washington street, Los Angoles, Oal. Twenty-two venrs' experience. au4-tf EAUN DRIES. liXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY—WALL li street, near corner Seventh. Tele pnone No. 867. Our wagons call for snd de liver washing iv all parts of tbe city. All orders promptly attended to. Only white 1 labor employed. au6-tf. " FOR SALK^ A tEW CHOICE LOTS Iff The Longstreet Place. MeCOYE & CUSHMAN, __ d2B " . _*_3 Hants, ttprlnsr (Street. Retiring from Business! HAVING LEASED MY PREMISES TO A LARGE WHOLESALE FIRM, WITH POB- coi^"Iol■ ' loffor,n " toclt » nQ everything connected with the Carrj£. CanouF Tod Tlree-Sprliig Carriages, Canop/ Top Cat-Under Tlm-Sprlm Carrlaiei. Pklons, Slx-Pasneiger Sltfe-Bar Caiw Top Spirits, Ellptlc Spring aid sifie-Har Tojj-BDggies, Open Buggies, Fonr-SprUg Two-Seat Wagon. These goods are made by the well known firm of H. D. GATES A f!0 Bridrecort wherever sold reputfttion for »'st class work has gained favor tn this locality and I AM GOING TO RETIRE AND WILL SELL AT COST AND FREIGHT ADDED d 4 E. Elf HTENBEROEK. Urmy Homestead Tract, ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF PICO STREET, Adjoining the Electric Railway Homestead Association Lots. 46 - SPLENDID LOTS 46 Price, $490 Each. $25 Cash and $25 Monthly. No Interest. SIX CHARMING RESIDENCES FREE WITH LOTS. VALUE SBOO EACH. LOTS AND TITLE PEItFECT. BLACKMAN & HANLY, A gents, nit lm Rooms 13 and IS Downey Block. THE LATEST YET I ABEKNETEIY 7 & TAET ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR .Fall Stock of Clothing, Comprising almost everything for Gents, Boyß and Children, At 73 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal. H. HILLER, President. I. VV. HELLMAN, Treas. J. J. WOODWORTH, Secy Los Angeles Storage, Commission anl Lumber Co., DE \LERS IX OEEGOI PManfIEEDffOOB LUMBER, Plastering Materials, Cement, Fire Brick, Marble Dust, Fire Clay, etc. MAIN YARD—San Pedro street, between Fourth Rnd Fifth, Old Santa Monica Railroad depo'. BRANCH YARD—Alameda street, near Aliso, formerly Ayer Lumber Company. P. O. Box No. 87, Los Angeles, Cal. [eStf 11. lIIEI.ER. Manager. Long Beach Hotel. mHIS FASHIONABLE SUMMER AND WINTER SEASIDE HOTEL IS NOW OPEN |-L for the recept'ou of guestf. The house is well arpntntcd ar:d noted fer Its general I comfirt and cheer. THE BEACH DRIVE FOR TEN MILET TN FRONT OF THE BREAKERS la one of the pro test a!trnctlon» In tbe vicinity of Los Angele'. The stone if ihe heaoh f° so.moo'.h and gradual that LADIES AND CHiLDREK CAN BATHE IN PERFECT Surf Bathing in Mid-Winter, A GREAT NOVELTY TO NORTHERN AND EASTERN PEOPLE Sutlst'ro prove th«t tho cl'mate during the winter months is winner and mora uniform than further back from the eos>t. About three miles from the hotel are the SMALL LAKFS that ere famous as hnnt- KokSssts- F$R TRK WINTER SEASON. nl7t( t'OWI.KI A KAKIIK, Proprietors. THE ORANGE BELT ROUTE rrS J f , Mai- of thh los S touRISTS* ROUTH TO ""^ £~\ tisf AMD jJ -ptisr PAHACHBC O** §M To PASADENA, RAYMOND HOTEL, LAMANDAPARK, MONROVIA and DUARTE SEE TIME TABLE ELSEWHERE. FAST TRAINS. FINE EQUIPMENT. LOW EXCURSION RATES. Tourists' Excursion by rail and stege throurh Pasadena, Sunny Slope, Santa Anita ..■d Slerrs Vina. Tske train at 9:» Rtl ND-TRIP TICKET*, St. S. IP. JEWETT, General Manager. J.. 1 LANKENHORN, Gen. Pass. Asent.