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THE COURTS.
Ssjparlar Cattrt.—BrsHsewT. J.
Tmcrsday, January 6, 1887.
Clark vs. Clark -Deoree of divorce |
ordered for plaintiff.
la te adoption of Antonia Teresa Gar
•ia a minor—Decree of adoption in
favor of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Tice.
In re application to practice at the
bar—Kldndge M. Little admitted as an ]
attorney upou presentation of certificate ,
from the Supreme Court of Illinois. ,
Howard vs. Howard—Judgment lor •
defendant.
The Galy Way to Conquer Dye
pepsia.
It la perfectly preposterous to introduce
Jrta'Zad so ventt Into the
Stomach in the expecUtlon that they wl 1
assist digestion by soting on the iootl nseii ,
titer wll!not. Nor Is It posslb.e thus to
SJireome dyspepsia. The only way to.con
qierthai disorder and prevent thenumer
on* diseases and dUablllties which It as-
provoke.. Is to renew the activity of
lastilcaetion by strengthening the stem
Sh. Hoitetter i Stom.ch »'terseTa«oates
the mist lav-terate form" of Indigestion by
restoring vitality to the alimentary organs,
which are tributary to them The
liver, the bowels, the kidneys and the
starves, no leu than the stomach, experl
iooe tee invigorative effect! of that stau
dard tonic, which possesses alterative prop
erttes that greatly enhance is beneficial iv-
Saeace and give a permanence to its effects
which they wonld net otherwise possess.
Abeitene Ointment.
ABIETENE Is produced In the northern •
mart of Butte county, Cel., and combining
with tt Vaseline and other Therapeutic
annta. we ohallengAthe world to produce
aaytolng to equal .PBIETENE OINTMaNT 1
cad lores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Corns,
Chilblain., Fever Sores, Chapped Hands,
Cancers, Burns, Ring worms. Bleeding,
BUM. liohlng and Ulcerated Pliesandall
eruptions ot theSktn. Price 25 cents. Sold
wye. F. Heluseman.
Is Your Blood Pure?
For Impure blood the best medicine
known, SCOVILL'B BARBAPARILLA, OR
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP, may be lm
!41ollly relied on when everything else
alls. Take It In the Spring time, especially
for the Impure secretions of the blood, in
cident to that season of the year; and take
it at all times for Cancer, Scrofula, Liver
Complaints, Weakness, Bolls, Tumors,
Swellings, Bktu Diseases, Malaria, and the
t boa sand Ills that come from Impure blood.
To ensure a cheerful disposition take this
well-known medicine, which will remove
the prime cause and restore tbe mind to Its
natural equilibrium.
California's Greatest Product.
The Greatest Product California has yet
produced Is Abietene snd combining it with
YerbaSanti. Mulleiu and other expecto
rants and Narcotics (without opium), it
makes a Cough Remedy that cannot be
equalled, for Consumption, Cough, Colds,
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hoarseness, Pneumo
nia. Pleurisy and. all affections of the
throat. Chest and Lungs. Ask C. F. Heinse
man for Abietene Cough Balsam and take
no other. Price 75 cents.
Suicide.
DR. FLINT'S HEART REMEDY hss saved
more lives by timely use, snd hss kept from
ealelde or the insane asylum more victims
of nervous disorders, than all the physi
cian* with their pet methods of treatment
At druggists, ll 50. Descriptive treatise
with each bottle; or address J. J. Mack A
CO.. S. F.
The Original
Abitlue Ointment Is put up In two ounce
tin boxes, an* Is an absolute cure for old
sores, ulcers, burns, wounds, salt rheum, le
ver sores, chapped hands and all skin erup
tions. Will positively cure all kinds of
alios. Ask for the Original Abletine Oint
ment, In two ouee boxes. Price, 25 cents,
tor sale by Preuss A Hance, Druggists, 77
aad 7* H. Spring street
Why Children Cry
For Santa Abie is on sccount of its pleasant
taste, and old folks who have used it will
never be without this King of Cough Cures
for It will relive more esses of Asthma,
Croup, Cold, Bronehltls, Pneumonia,
Whooping Cough and all Throat aad Lung
troubles, than any medleiue In this world.
Guaranteed by C. F. Hance,
Indigestion or Constipation.
A tew X aMBURG FIGS are all thai la nee
esmry for the cure of theseveiest cases ef
indigestion or constipation, and one taken
oeeesionslly will prevent the development
of these affection*. 25 cents. At all drug
gists. J. J Mack ACo . proprietors, 8. F.
Hiding a Sallow Skin.
Her complexion formerly was yellow, now
her brilliantly tinted sea shell cheeks are
admiration of hundreds She used Free
man's medicated Isee powder.
WILL YOU BUFFER with Dyspepsia and
liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vltallser is
guaranteed to cure you. C. F. Heinseman,
agent, Los Angeles.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, msde miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. C. F. Heinseman, agent,
Angeles.
If nn want a good appetite, drink Daml
ina Btttera. Michel Levy * Co., wholesale
ttaaor dealers, scents.
Ton win never as re a sour stomach II yon
ass Dentins Bitters.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem
edy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free.
C. F. Heinseman, sgent, Los Angeles.
Ladles who are troubled with cramps snd
aarronsnsss should drink Damlana Bitters.
It Is pleasant to take.
TIE GREAT REGULATOR
PURELY VEGE™^.
Axe Yon Bilious?
T».» Kegtl t "''ir nerer f<i!ls lo fare. I m t
cheerfully recommend it to all who suffer rroni
Uilious Attack! or any Disease caused by a dis
arranged state of the Liver.
KaSsas City, Mo. W. R. BERNARD.
Do You Want Good Digestion ?
1 suffered intensely withl-'nlt Stomaeh.BeaJ
eeme, etc. A neighbor, who \id taken Simmons
'Jeer Regulator, tout me it was a sure curt for ntj
•ruaMs. Tse first doss I toon relieved me my
nek, and in me week's time J vas as strong anil
iearty as i ever skis. Jt ts the beet medicine
I raw took for Dyspepsia.
Richmokd.Va. U. C. CRENSHAW.
Do Ton Suffer from Constipation ?
Testimony of Hiram Warner, Chlei-justice nl
ia.: " I have used Simmons Liver Regulator for
Constipation of my Bowels, caused by a temporary
fcrangement of the Liver, for the last three oi
• n yean, aad always with decided benefit."
Have Ton Malaria ?
"taw tad experience with Simmons Liver Regu-
Wmr since 1885, and regard it as the greatest
medicine of the times for disease* peen
dmr to malarial regions. So good a medi
ant deserves universal commendation.
REV. St. B. WHARTON,
tor. Sse'y Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Safer and Better than Calomel!
I have been subject to severe spells nf Congestion
of the Liver, and have been in the habit of taking
tmm i$ to *ograins of calomel, which generally laid
aae up for three or four days. Lately I have been
taking Simmons Liver Regulator,which gave me re-
Kef without anu interruption to business.
AfiDDLiroRT, Ohio. J. HUGO.
J. H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
, TSiex. ai.co.
He "Dr. Cougar Orame Clipptr."
TTAVTNO PURCHASED THE ENTIRE
H right aad titio In the above
Ormoge Clipper from Dr. O. H. Cougar, of
rased ea a I am now prepared to supply the
trad* at reasonable jsiej.
o. Duoomfim,
dU-lm 3N N. Main St., Los Angelas, #aL
HAMBURG FIGS, j
j probably as much misery ostnea
AtH from habitual constipation as from -
waJLlar an y derangement of the fuacttons of
ZZSk the hud v and tt ii dlfflcolt tocfure for
V/aSr the reason that no ono likes to take i
th. medk-lno tliat is usually prescribed. Ham
burg Figs were prepared to obviass this diffi
culty, and they will be found effective as well
as pleasant to the taste ot women aad children.
26 seats.
DR. FLINT'S HEART REMEDY.
Da. Fust's Hsast Remsdv
banishes from those afflicted with
IF^Jvntlßheart disease all fear, either of
mf___ \ MB sudden death, or tbe development
I SjavA ■lot those terrible brain diseases
IeTSBt WM which result in insanity. It Is one
JL_MF Plot the best remedies known for
IBvfi Blnsedsche, which is often depend-
IBm| sLßeiit upon dlscasr of t* - " heart,
ll* JLw H| sometimes ujion nervou iiaeaje,
mm and sometimes upon dcra.igctnent
O k aEaW of the circulation, $I.W. Doserip
tive Ueatlao with each bottle, or mailed free.
These Remedies aro tor sale by all Druggists.
J. J. MACK * CO.. Prop're,
Sax FBAitcaco, Cau
A NO. 7. 5-HOLE FULL 16 IN. SQUARE
Oven; First-class Range »14
OUR MOTTO, "BEST GOODS FOR LEAST
MONEY."
Four carload! In stock and to arrive,
made expressly for our trade, and guaran
teed to give absolute satisfaction.
Will use either wood or coal
CR AND ALL, CROW A CO.,
d2S-lm 80 and 32 North Spring street.
HOW4EOPATBISTS.
TULIA F. BUTTON, M. D - OFFI JE
J hours: 10 to 12, 1 to 4, 7to 8. Office. 41
Bouth Spring street.
ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D.-HOMUS - aTU
lsl omoe Hours-u to 12 w 5
> i Offlce-Nos. 8 and 6 Odd Fellows
BnUdins;, Los Angeles, Cal. Residence,
408Bouth Main street. USL-
I-ji A. CLARKE, M. D.—OFFICE AND
L residence, No. S4 South Bpnng street,
Los Angeles. Office Hours—ll to 12 a. St.,
Hto6rT Telephone No. 858 l?tl
DR. A. E. WHEELER—HOMGSOAAHIBT
Offlce and residence 21 South Fort
street. Houas-10 to 8 and evenings.
Telephone No. 46. ' Tle
FERNANDEZ. M. D.-B^M^A«UST
. Offloe and residence.Wilson Block. 24
West First street, between Main and Spring
streets, rooms Nos. 10 and 11. Hours-10 a
m. to 12 M.; 2to 4 P.M. A specialty of blood
diseases. !?p22JI_
STSHORB, M. D. HOMUJOPATHIBT.
. Office 132 North Main street, Mas
carel Block; residence 178 Spring street,
Los Angeles Offlce hours 11 to 12 a. m., Ito
4 p. M. Telephone Nos.—Residence. 82;
offlce. 276. Uv" ,
SPEC IA 1.1 UTS-
,B8 COOLEY, MBTAPMYBICIAN,;** S
Spring street, Irom 1 to4p.m. sep7tl
R. I. DE YBARRONDO, (UNIVERSITY
of Madrid, Spain), Baker Block, Rooms
35 ond 36. Office hours: 9te 11 a. m.. 12:30
to 2r. M. Syphlllitlc diseases a specialty.
Dll tf
DR. A. E. OX CAILHOL, AOOOUOHIi.UK,
and Surgeon. Offlce and residence 207
Temple street When desired, lady patients
are boarded during treatment of diseases
peculiar to their sex. »"»•"
RB. O. E. BOURCKY HAS REMOVED
to her residence, 145 BeUevue avenue,
and will make a specialty of midwifery.
Ladies wishing to be cared for can be ac
commodated at her house. She can always
be found at home.
CORNS, CORNS, CORNB-DR. J. ALLAND,
Surgeon and Chiropodist; corns, bun
ions, warts, ingrowing nails, etc.. extracted
without pain and permanently cured. Ol
flee. 28 South Spriug street, room 1, Ham
mond block; P. O. box 813. Los Angeles.
Patients also attended at their residences II
desired. d!2-lm
EWMIWEEBg AND SCKVEYOKS.
WF. MCCLURE, CIVIL ENGINEER
. and Surveyor, U. S. Deputy Mineral
Surveyor. 134 North Main street, Los Au
geles, Cal. MephoneJJo^_96 : ___aus_ly_
rjERVAIBE PURCELL, B. A. C. E., CON
XX suiting Engineer and Surveyor; Asso
ciate Member Institute Civil Engineers, Lon
don. Room 14, Allen Block, corner Spring
and Temple. . ._giH_
LACWDBIES.
XCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY—WALL
street, near corner Seventh. Tele
phone No. 867. Our wagons call for and de
liver washing In all parts of the city. All
orders promptly attended to. Only white
labor employed. an6-tf
KHPI.OKIHEWT 811 BEADS. .
"Jam t>MPL6YMEnT 6FFIOH. E R. fBR
tXU Hi Ticket Broker and Real Es-ftsf
tate Agent. Property sold on Installments.
B. NITHNGEK, removed to 16)4 N. Spring.
Telephone lit. Residence Fifth and Hope
streeu. «uB-tf
IiUWIBBB YABPB.
J, M. GRIFFITH & 00..
Lumber Dealers.
Manufacturers of Doors
WIDOWS, BLINDS'
Stairs, Stair Ball. Ballustere, Newel' oetsa 4
Mill Work of every descrtr-tlca, and dealers r
Lime, Plaster, Hair, etc.
t
So. 533 North Alameda Street
KEPCKHOFF-CUZNER
■Kill and Lmatar Company,
Mannfaetureri of and dealertut
Lnmber, Doors, Blindn, Windows,
EASTERN OAK, ASH, HICKORY,
WALNUT AND POPLAR,
And a Eancy Parquetry Floo ol hird wood
a specialty.
AMD ALL KINDS OF .TIII.I> « ORE
yard and Mill, comer Alameda A Macy Sts.
Telephone No. >. P. O. Box 9*- nt>»» tf
PERRY MOTT&OO.'S
LUMBER YARDS
AND PLANING MILLS
NO. 78 COMMERCIAL BTREEI
icriOtf
Oregon Lnmber Company,
The Oregon Lumber Company bave lately
opened a splendid assortment of
Oregon Pine ana California Reawood UiDer
Of every description at their new yard
Oi Date, Clayey and Mission Streets,
rV» have a fine stock of LATHS, PICKETS
BHINGLEB and FINISHING LUMBER
of a superior quality.
We are also prepared to fill orders on short
notice for bu ding materials of every de
scription.
Particular attention paid to orders for nn
usual lengths and dimensions.
Orders solioitel.
]yl6-tf J. A. RUBS, Agent.
FOR SALE.
DBV WOODS NOTIOM AMD SHOE
BUSINESS
FOR SALE IN LOS ANGELES, IN A
business part of the city. The stock Is
new and well bought from the Eastern mar
kets for cash. Must be sold, as the proprie
tor ie about leaving for Europe.
For full particulars apply to
M. HALLY HENDERSON,
Mse sat. Jacobv Baos, 12S and 180 Los An
geles St.
"LOS AX GELES DAILY HERALD, JANUARY 7. 1886.
PH ■ SIC 1 AN S.
DBS. DARLING * MURPHY-OCULISTS
and aurlau. Office 120 North Main
otreet, Offlce Houre-» a. at. loi f. M-: 7
io 8 p.m. octal-cawti
D~B. J. H. DAVIBBON—OFFICE AND
residence Boutt» Spring ttreet. no' 26
D~i J. A. DOUGHERTY-ROOM 12,
Roeder block, No. 23 South Spring
•treet. *«pl6
AND REB<-
JJ dnnce northwest corner Sixth and
Olive Street.. sepß
¥ TUkSEK. M. D.-UFFIOK AMU KESI-
J . dence—3l N. Main street, Loa Angeles.
Dr— JOSEPH KURTZ-NO. 266 MAIN
street, opposite the Bafcerßlock.
T\R~~E C. MANNI O, OFFICE AND REB
JJ ldence 37 South Fort street. O fflce hours
_9 to ll a. m. 2to 4p. M. Telephone 282.
ELIZABETH A. FOLLANBBEE. M. D.—
Offloe and residence 240 South Fort
street. Offlce hours—B to 10 a. m. and 4to
6 T. M. _ n * l6
D - r—ATP. POAPB, OFFICE NO. 44 SOUTH
Spring street, Los Angeles. Office hours,
10 a.m. t04,7 snd BP. M. d3-tt
-DOSE TALLBOTT, M. D.-OFFICE 240
X South Fort street (with Dr. Follansbee.)
(Juice hours, 10 to 12 a. m. Residence, id
Ninth street, 01 °"
MILLS BOAL, M. D.-89 NORTH
. Spring street (over People s store).
Hours-10 to 12,1 to S, 6to 7:30. Residence,
347 Hill street, two doors Irom Filth street.
Telephone No. 136. QC24
E. CLACIUS, M. D.-PHYSICIAN AND
. surgeon. Office 76 North Spring
street, rooms 17 and 18. Hours from Ui.n,
toTp. it. Bpeclalty-Bklu and sexual dis
eases and chronic diseases In general. _n7-tl
M" RB. DR. MINNIE LADY
licentiate ol Kentucky. Specialty:
Diseases of women and children; also, in
connection with her eraotloe. Electric
Thermal Baths. 841 SBprfng
fIR. C. EDGAR BMITH-DIBEABEB OF
JJ women a specialty. Rectal diseases
treated by the Brinkerhoff Painless Sys
tem. llours-» A. M. to 4 r. M. Offices-
Corner of Spring and Second streets. Ho)
lenbeck Block. wpstl
DR M. HILTON WILLIAMS-275 NORTH
Main street (opposite Wells, largo A
Co's Express Office.) Specialty-diseases
of the bead, throat and chest, together
with the eye. ear and heart. Offlce honrs,
from 9:80 A. M. to 4 P. M. sep2s
PAYBON T. H'TCKINB, M. D.-17 NORTH
Maiu street, rooms 18, 19, 20 auu 21.
Hours II A. M. to 1 P. M., 2 P. M. to 4 P. M.
Resideuce, 841 8. Hill street. Telephone,
offloe and residence, 258. Special treat
ment of eye, ear, nose and throat dis-
n6M
DKB. DESZIGETHY A UTLEY —OFFICE
Schumacher Block, opposite Post
office, Rooms 20 and 21. Dr. De Sstgethy's
resideuce Pearl street, corner Ninth. Dr.
Utley's residence corner Fourth and Spring
streets. Offlce hours—9 to 12 a. m., 2to 6 p.
M., 7 to 8 p. M. Telephone No. 169 st otnce
and residence. janStl
D~R. CHARD'S WILUAM BRYSON-
Gives especial attention to the medical
aud surgical dheases ol women and chil
dren. Offlce in Solomon Block, No. 44>»
Bouth Spring St.. Rooms 1 and 2. Offlce
hours 8 a. M. to 12 m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.
m Residence, No. 109 South Olive street,
Los Angeles. Cal. °' 7
TiR. L E. OOHN-LAiK bUPEKItviEKD
II lug Burgeon Northern Pacific Rail
road. Physician and Surgeon. Orricx
Hooas-IO to 12 A. M., 2t04 P. St. OrFICK-2t.
N. Spriug st, Rooms 8,9 and 10. Resdence,
Makara House, Main St., between Third
and Fourth. Telepnone 564. Day and
night calls attended to. *1°"
ATTsiBMEKM.
ATTOttNEYB T LA E vv;
Jj Rooms 19 aud 22 Temple block, Losi An
gles i >ilm
RC. FLOUHNOY, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
, e4 Temple block. Lot Aagelea, dlt-lm
JAMES'cTsCARBOKOUGH, ATTORNEY,
at-Law, 75 North Spriug street, Room 11,
J ones Block, Los Angeles, California, n!9
„ p HATOM " J. BROKSEAI'.
BROBSEAU 4 HATCH, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at Law. Nos. 81, 32 and 56
rsiiker Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
AX LOEWENTHAL, ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law. German language
spoken. Room 14 Bumlller Block, Los An
teles, Cal. »S«JL
Hknby N. Ga loway, Attorney-at-Law.
Chas. W. Chasx.
pt ALLOW AY A CHASE, EXAMINERS OF
\J Titles and Conveyancers, Koom 4, Allen
block, Los Augeles, Cal. anstl
UKiFFiN Johnston. bhsldon Borden.
JOHNSTON, BURDEN a'yORBA. ATTOR
neys-at-Law and Examiners ol Titles
nooms 7 and 8, Jones Block, 75 North Spring
street. Abstracts and certificates ol title fur
nished with promptitude and accuracy.^
AHCHITECTS.
H. GOFF, ARCHITECT, 43 TEMPLE
, st. Formerly ol Toronto. d 25 3m
B. YOUNG —ARCHITECT AND SUPKR
. inteudent. Offlce. Rooms 18 and 19,
Boeder Blook. l? 2 0-"
CJAMUEL ANu JOSEPH C. NEWBOM—
S Architects-Room 2. 10* North Main
St., Los Angeles. anlg-ti
YSOR, MORGAN A WALLS-ARCHI
-tecfs.room. {7} end;». No. » wnth
spring Bu Los Angeles. Ual. ocB-tf_
TOHK C. PELTON, JR.-ARCHITECT,
J Wilson block, No. 24 West First street,
between Spring and Main. Room 25. 021
CITRAJ.GE 2 " GOTTSCHALK—ARC HI
IS tects and builders. Rooms 8 and 4,
Solomon Bloat. 44 8. Bprlnt St. seps
C. LUTGEN8 —ARCHI'i'ECT— FAKM
. era' * Merchants' Bank Building,
Room 25, No. 182 North Main street, Los An
geleeT livening classes Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays from 7 to 9. au2o
REEVE-ARC HiTFCX AND SUR
. veyor Room 10, Phillips Block,
Ma n street. Residence West Washington
"reet. Los Angeles, Cal. Twenty-two
years' experience. auvw_
WOOD CAKVEKS.
BTAKHLI, ARCHITECTURAL WOOD
. carver, Mechanics' Mill, 23 Alameda
street. Los Augeles. Cel. Carving for interior
of houses artistically extcuted. All work,
promptly attended to- Also ornamental
patterns for catlings. qa-im
DYE WOKKW.
GERMAN DYE WORKS, 123 SOUTH MAIN
street-Dyeing and cleaning of blankets,
flannels and shawls a specialty. GEORGE
BOEKHOFF, Proprietor. an 6 tl
P _ ARISIAS SWAM DY&ING AND CLEAN
lax Works. Dyeing and cleaning of ev
ery description. LadleV dresses dyed with
Vot rlOTlng7 Kid Gloves, Flannels, Ribbons
and nlankets made to look like Offlee. j
118 Bouth Spring street. Dye Works: Ow
ner New High and Bellovue avenue,
0 2 J. VOLLET^Proprietor,
T OS ANGELES STEAM DYEING AND
Jj Cleaning Company. Office-Corner of
Maiu Bud Arcadia streets, opposite Wells,
Fargo A Co. Dyeing aud cleaning of every
description of ladles' and genu' clothing.
Orders taken and delivered. Send postal
card. Telephone No. 227. Branch corner
Main and Second streets.
sep9 JAMES LARQUIBB. Manager.
CIITY STEAM DYING AND CLEANING
/Works —A. Lorralu. Offlce 120 Bouth
street, opposite the old place. Dyeing and
Cleaning of every kind of ladles' and gent s
olothlne, crape, Bhawls, silk and lace, kid
gloves aud shoes, flannel aud ribbons, lace
curtains, blankets, made equal to uew.
Black silk dresses made a specialty. Dye
works Ne. 86 Bouth Los Angeles St. Great
reduction In price. aulOßm
IHOCBSIOIia.
M. WALTER'S EXCURSIONS GOING
, East, leave Los Augeles January 18tb.
Office, St.JElmo Hotel. ,eD I 2t L
VIOLET'S NEXT EXCURSION LEAVES
November 17th. The only complete out
fit on the road. Offlce. 243 North Main
street; al7tt
HILLIfB' POPULAR PLEABUKE PAR
tles going East leave here October 16
and 80, November 18, Deoember 4 and 18.
Call on or address A. PHILLIPS A CO.,
134 North Main street, !.•>< Angeles. aus-tf
-IXTARNER BROS. A CROSBY. OF 882
W North Main street, Los Augeles, Ex
cursions Esst snd West at lowest rates, and
Sleasant accommodation. Call on or ad
res* them lor particulars and sVHB.
iTUiaGEI.I.aWKOCst.
BOULDER BELT WINE COMPANY-
Superlor wines, both red and white,
sold for family use by the gallon, wholesale,
at 18 West First street. Wine cellar under
Bartlett Bros. The above wine Is recom
mended or physicians. This wine is sold
for 6 cents a glsss at the popular saloon ol
WESTERNHAGEN, 24 North Main street.
as-tf
AILROAD TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
, bought, sold end exohanged at PRYK"
COS Cut-Rate Ticket Office, 280 North
Main street. <"•«
REAL ESTATE.
Real Estate For Sale
8Y....
DAVIS & BUTRICK,
89 South Spring Street, Room 3,
UP stairs, nkak the nadiau hotel.
•10,000—For one of the finest houses on
Hill street; furniture and piano included.
•7 SOO—For 100x100 on Allso Btreet, with
two houses. This is good business prop
erty.
• 3OOO—For a corner lot on Allso street,
50x130: with house of four room.
•1500—For a first-class rooming house
on Olive street, near Second.
• 10*500—For au elegant home on Fort
sireet. between Seventh nud Eighth lot
60x100; house of 8 rooms; nice lawn.
•8000—Houso of 14 rooms on the west
side of Olive street, between Eighth and
Ninth.
•8700—New house of 11 rooms on Pearl
street, betweeu Seventh and Eighth; good
bargain.
•8700—Elegant new residence on Pearl
street, near Eighth.
•8000—Corner lot 60x120 on Sixth street;
new bout* ol 10 rooms; room for another
bouse on lot.
•fiaOO—Neat cottage of 7 rooms on the
south sldoof Sixth street, near Pearl; lot
50X125.
•OoOO—For a beautiful borne on Downey
avenue, East Los Anieles:; lot 110x160;
house ot 8 rooms; ornamented grounds.
Terms ene third cash, balance In six, twelve
aud eighteen months.
•4UOO—House ol 7 rooms: lot 50x150 to
alley, 00 the west side of Los Angeles street.
SieOO—For a 5-room house on Pearl
treet, north of Temple.
MOOO— Two lots 60x135 each; double
bouse of 10 rooms and batb, on Beaudry
street, near the Sixth cars; cheap.
• 13<HI— Corner lot on Belli-vetie avenue.
•7000—choice lot on Msln street, be
tween Sixth and Seventh; stone sidewalk,
shade trees .sewer connections; alley lv rear.
•MaO— For 4 lots on the corner ol Hope
and Third Btreet
»HOO- Lot on Pearl btreet, near Bellevue
avenue.
•SOU—Each for lots on Deepwater street;
alley in rear.
• IBOo— Each for 2 lots on Bellevue
avenue, between Pearl aud Montreal streets.
•500—Each for lots 50x150 In the Garey
tract, near the Main-street cars; easy terms.
•876—Lots in the Garey tract.
•8400—For a corner lot on Main street
86x120.
Ten acres, highly improved, near the
Chiids tract; choice for subdivision.
Four and a hall acres in Highland Park
tract at a bargain.
We have first-class pr t perty In all parts of
the city.
DAVIS A BUTRICK,
29 South Spring Street, room 3, up stairs,
; dis Near the Nadeau Hotel. lm
For Sale.
V67SO—New house ol 6 rooms and bath,
No. l' Ingrabam street, running
' through to Orange stieet; a dei-ira
' ble location and fine view; fivemln
utes'walk from Sixth street car lino.
1 •Ssoo—Lot 2, Dunnigan tract, Pjco street,
lust off Figueros. This is a corner
1 lot, and feet.
•BSOO—For 112 feet on Grand avenue, one
block south of Longstreet trsct, on
line proposed cable road,
, MOOO— Lot 17, block 5, Angelefn Heights;
five minutes' walk Irom Temple
street cable car line.
- BSOO—Lot 3, Dunnigan tract: fronts No
' vadastreet, b«;k son Virginia street;
1 only a <ew s eps from electric road,
nuw being completed.
, MOO— Lot 6, block 12, Urmston tract;
worth £400.
Apply to owner,
I F. W. KING,
' Nos. 58,60 and 62, North Los Angeles street.
dIC-lm
! PENNINGTON & CO.,
836 N. main St., Baker Block.
. CHOICE LIST OF CITY PROPERTY,
I FARMING LANDS, ETC.
We hare some Improved farms to ex
change for city property in Los Angeles
connty.
Five sections of fine corn and cotton
, land 20 miles irom Houston, Texas, and
! only three miles from tbe railroad, to ex
change lor property in this county.
PENNINGTON A CO.,
dl6-tl 246 North Main street.
: A Lovely Home For Sale.
FIVE ACRES, WITH TWO BTORY HOUSE
ot 7 large rooms, stables, wind mill and
tank; beautiful garden of cholee flowers
and ornamental shrubbery, together with a
good-paying dairy business; twenty flue
cows, chickens, horses, wagons, farming
Implements, furniture aud household goods;
price for all only 15600. Terms, half cash,
balance on or before two years.
R. VERCH,
d!5-lm Room 80, Temple block.
A Beautiful Home.
$1800.
One and a half acres, highly improved;
nice house and stable, fruit trees flowers and
shrubbery; In very healthy and desirable
locatiou; one hour's drive from Los Angeles
P.O. Price, $1500; terms: »500 cash, balance
120 per month. R. VERCH, Room 80, Tern
pie Block. dlBlmo.
A Good Rancho for Sale Cheap.
SIXTY ACRES CHOICE FARMING LAND
uear Cerritos Station, with bouse of six
rooms, stables, corr.ls, oorncrlbs, etc; some
vines, fruit trees snd 10 seres alfalfa; en
tire sixty acres under fence. Price, for a
short time only, 175 per acre, on easy terms.
Apply to R. VERCH, Room 80, Temp'e
Block dl7-lm
NOTICE SPORTSMEN!
I BREECH-LOADING SHOTGUNS.
' Just received from Europe.
The fines: stock of the best makers in the
world, aud at prices which we defy compe
tition on the Pacific Coast. Double-Barrel
Breech-Loading Shotguns Irom 114 up to BM
i;,;oh. All guns guaranteed. Also, a full
line of Rifles, Pistols, Gun Material and
Ammunition of all descriptions, American
and English. Repairing of the flnest class
and chockboring a specialty.
Sportsmen's Headquarters, IU Mala St.
Sl6tf H. sifLOTTKR HECK.
Temple Street Cable Hallway
Company.
Location ot principal place of business,
Los Augeles, California.
Notloe is hereby given that at a meeting
of the Directors, held on the 14th day of
December, 1886, an assessment of two dol
lars and fifty cents per share was levied
upon the capital stock ol the corporation,
payable Immediately to the Secretary of
said Company, at his office, No. 201 New
High street, City of Los Angeles.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the 20th day of Jan
uary, D 387, will be delinquent aud adver
tised for sale at public suction: and, unless
payment Is msde before, will be sold on the
10th day of February to pay the delinquent
assessment, together with cost of advertis
ing and expenses of sale.
F. W. WOOD,
Secretary of Temple-street Cable Railway
Ce. Oftice, 201 New High street, City of
Los Augeles, Cal. td
Notice to Creditors.
Fstate of Julia Showers, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned
executor of the last will aud testament of
Julia showers, deceased, to the oreditors of
and all persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers withiu months after
tbe first publication of this notice to tbe
said executor at his residence, Wilmington,
Los Augeles county, Cal., tbe same being
the place for tbe transaction of the business
ef said estate.
In the county of Los Angeles, dated at
Wilmington, California, January 3d. 1886.
HENRY NOEL MORGAN, .
Executor of the lsst will and testament of
Julia Showers' deceased. j4-4w
LOST POWER
however Induced, not only relieved but
PERMANENTLY CORED without medi
olue. IT COSTS NOTHINC to send
for partlcvlars, which we will forward free
In sealed envelope on aeplleatlou. Don't
ulaa this opportunity. Address,
M. E. A. CO 187 Broadway,
y my 2 New York City.
■EDICAI..
Second Grand Aucti(m
100
Superb Plots
Sanborn & Steele Tracts,
ON THE PREMISES. COBXER OF
Main and Sanborn,
AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.,
Tuesday, January 11th, 1887,
FINE COLLATION IN MAMMOTH TENT.
FREE EXCURSION TO GROUNDS.
BRILLIANT MUSIC DURING SALE.
FULL PARTICULARS TO MORROW.
H. W. MILLS, 18 COURT St.,
WILL SELL:
Lots on Los Angeles, Wall and Fourth Streets
Lots on East Second Street, Near Depot Grounds of the A„ T. & S. F.R. R.
Lots in the Woodworth Property on San Pedro Street, and ;
on East Second Street. j
SIXTY ACKES; AT SAN GABRIEL, INCLUDING THE ;9TOREB, ;POSTOFFICE j
AND BUSINBSSIIHOUSES, AT A BARGAIN.
LOTS ON MAIN AND UPPER MAIN STREET. 1
AWWANTB MONEY TO LOAN ON BEST SECURITY.dIO i
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The Millard Avenue Tract. ;
» PICO STREET ELECTRIC RAIL ROAD
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70 ELEGANT ELEVATED LOTS 70.
ILL FRONTING ON THE EIGHTY-FOOT WIDE WILLARD AVENM. ALL
A these lots are covered with bearing fruit trees, nt* orange, lemon, peach, apple,
aprtcot, pear, quince, Ac, Ac. -.
THESE LOTS EXTEND FROM AVENUE TO AVENUE, . J
Having two fronts, The prices st which these choice lota are being sold te below all J
competition, as investigation will prove. . ....... , J
The most e'.evated.Wthy antf beautiful tract offered to-day, having flu- view of J
Mountain, Plain and Ocean. A good water right with each lot. Price and terms to J
81111 jfdr-other choice property tor Sale or Exchange. j
I
GRAHAM, TAYLOR & 00., Sole Agents. '
19 West First Street. 1
MEDICAL.
Pleasing to the Palate and Death
to a Cough.
GREEN'S
LONG RESTORER, SAUTA ABLE,
THE KING OF COMUMPTIOM. _
Tne original and only genuine scientific
compound of Abletine Gum and Yerba '
Santa, for Coughs, Colds, Lung and
Broncnlal Troubles, Etc.
BETTER THAN [GOLD. '
Bkwarr or Imitations. None genuine
unless the words "Lung Restorer,' .Sauta (
Abis," are on tbe labels of each bottle. .
Not a secret compound. For sale by all '
Druggists, wholesale and retail. <
PREPARER ONLY BY (
ABIETINE MEDICAL CO., i
Orovtlle, Butte C0..Ca1., U. 8. A.,
Owners ot the only Abletine Grove and ;
Distillery In the World.
%__ <*wa ■ Savh
mm___9___>
Ask for SANTA ABIE matt C
TABBH CUBE.
CAT-R-CUREt
Guaranteed a positive CUBS for Catarrh
Cold In the Head, Hay Fever, Rose Cold
Catarrhal Deafness and Sore Eyes, Restores
the Sense of Taste and Smell, removes Bad
Taste and Unpleasant Breath resulting from
Catarrh. Kay and pleasant to use. Follow
directions and a Cure la warranted
Sold by PREUSB A HANCE, 77 and W
North Spring street.
If-11, A. NEWMARK A CO., Wholesale
Depot my3t ly
Guardian's Sale of Real Estate.
Notice la hereby given that in pursuance
of an order ot sale, made by the Superior
Court of the county of Los Angeles, State of
California, on the 6th day of December,
1886, In tbe matter of the estate and guardi
anship of Donald C. Hewitt, a minor, the
undersigned, the guardian of the person
and estate of said minor, will sell at private
sale to the highest bidder for cash, and sub
ject to confirmation by said court, on or af
ter the second day of January, 1887, all the
right, title and Interest and estate of said
minor in and to that certain real estate situ
ate in the county of Los Angeles, State of Cal
ifornia and in the Rancho Sau Jose, in the
village of Bpadra, containing about eleven
acres, and bounded and described as fol
lows: Oa the north by tbe ceunty road,
running from Los Angeles to Pomona.spor
tlon of said land being also bounded on the
north by lauds of James Fryer; en the ease
by lauds of said Fryer aud Mrs. Shrewsbury
on the south by lands of Louis Phillips; oa
the west by the lands of Kewen Doraey and
Mrs. 8. J. Lynch; tbe said land being the
same conveyed to Robert B. Hewitt by two
certain deeds, one by W. W. Rubottom and
Kewen 11. Dorsey, dated April 11th, 1881, re
corded in book 78, page 389, of deeds of said
county; the otber by Joseph Thompson, of
record in said county, to which reference la
made.
Terms of Sale—Cash in U. S. gold coin, ten
per cent, of the purchase money offered
must be deposited at the time of offer. Deed
at expense of purchaser. Bids or offers in
writing msy be made at any time after the
first publication of this notice and before
the making of sale, and left at the office of
Wm. D. Stephens, my attorney, In the Law
yer's building, Temple street, Los Augeles,
California; or delivered to me personally.
BARAII A. HEWITT, Guardian
nf the person and estate of Donald 0. Hew
itt, minor. declltd
Dec. 14, 1886.
Notice of Administrator's Sale of
Real Estate.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN
ll pursuance of an order of the Superior
Court of the County of Los Angeles, State
of Csllfornla, made on the 20th day of De
cember, 1886, lv the matter of the estate of
Horace Woodworth, deceased, the under
signed, the administrator of the estate of
said deceased, will on or after Monday, tho
10th day of lanuary, leB6, sell at private
sale, and subject to confirmation by said
court, tbe following described real estate
belonging to said deceased and situate In
said county, to wit:
Being an undivided one-fifth interest
of, in and to the following described real
property, situated In the city of Los Angeles,
and lying on tbe northeasterly side of Maoy
street, and bounded northerly by land
formerly of T. Jeff White: on the easterly by
land of the estate of Wallace Woodworth,
deceased, now allotted to Mamie E. De
Camp; on the south by Macy street, and on
the west by Zanta No. 6, eontaiuing abont
lour acres of land.
Bids or offers must be in writing, snd may
be left st the office of Graves A O'Melveny,
room 21, Baker Mock, ia the city of Loa
Angeles, California, or delivered to said ad
ministrator personally, or may be filed in
the office of the Clerk of said Court at any
time alter the first publication of this notice
and before making said sale.
Terms and Conditions of Bale—Cash,
United States gold coin; 10 per oent. on ac
ceptance of old and balance en confirma
tion oi sale by said court.
JAMBS SILDAY,
d 25 4w Administrator of said estate.
In Superior Oourt.
COUNTY OF LOS ANOELES, STATE OF
California—ln the matter of the estate
aud guardianship ol Antonio Oarbolino,
Mateo Garbollno and John Oarbolino, min
ors.
Domenleo Bagettl, the guardian of the
E arsons and estates of said above minors,
aving filed herein bis petition, verified,
prayiug for an order of sale of certain real
estate belonging to said minors, or certain
interests ot ssid minors in and to tbe real
property in said petition described, for tha
purposes therein set forth; It Is, there
fore, ordered by the said court that all per
sons interested in the estate of said minora,
and the next of kin of ssid minors, appear
before the said Superior Court on Monday,
the 2tth day ol January, 1887, at 10 A. M. of
that day, at the courtroom of said Superior
Court, in the said city and connty of Loa
Angeles, State of California, to show cause
why an order should not be granted to tha
said guardian to sell so much of the real
estate of said minors at private sale as shall
be necessary, and that a copy of this ord»
be published at least once a week fo-
successive weeks in the Los Ange' <_ 'f,:„.i
Dsted December jjjj
WILLIAM A. CHENEY,
_S£___ Judge of said Court
Order to Snow Cause
WHY ORDER OF BALE OF REAL Es
tate should not be made—ln tmi Su
perior Court of the ceunty of Los Angela*.
State of California
In the matter of the estate of John C.
Brown, deceased.
Mary Brown, the administratrix of tho
estate of John 0. Brown, deceased, having
filed her petition herein praying for an
order of sale of the real estate of said de
cedent, for the purpose therein set forth, it
1b therefore ordered by the said court that
all persons interested In tbe estate of said
deceased appear before the aald Superior.
Court on Monday, January 17th 18S7, st 10,
o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at the
courtroom of said Superior Court at the oity
of Los Angeles, in the county of Los An
geles, to snow cause why an order shonld
not be granted to the said administratrix to
sell so much of the real estateof the said de
ceased as shall be necessary, and that a
copy ol this order be published at least once
a week for four successive weeks in the Los
Angelea Daily Herald, a newspaper-printed
and published in said county of Loa An
geles. A. BRUNSON,
Judge of the Superior Court
December 17, 1886. die-to JlO
lis tne Superior Court of tbe
County of L>os Angeles, State
ot California.
Is tub Mattir or the Estate of Philip
Fkldhacskr, Sr., Deceasid.
NOTICE IS HEREBY* GIVEN BY Tift:
undersigned, Executor of the above
named Estats, to the creditors of, aad all
persons having claims sgainat said de
ceased, to exhibit the same, with the usees- .
sa.-y vouchers, within ten months from tho
first publication of this notice, to the un
dersigned, at the office of Chapman A Hen
drlck, Room No 20, Baker Block. in the
City of Los Angeles, that being the place
for the transaction of all business ol the
Estate.
PHILIP FELDHAUBER, Jr.,
Executor.
Los Angeles. December 23,1886. d 23 80d
Notice to Creditors.
In the Superior Court of Loa Angela*
County, State of California.
In the matter of the Estate of Nar-f w . „,„
cl.se Saveria, deceased. ( wmmu f
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
undersigned, executrix of the last
will and testament of Narclsse Saveria, de
ceased, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims again -t the said deceased, to
exhibit them wltn the necessary vouchers
Within four mouths after the first publica
tion nf this notice, at the office of John C.
Morgan, Room 88, Temple Block, Los An
gelee City and Connty, the same being the
plaei for the trsusao.lon ot the business of
said estate.
Dated December 16th, ISM.
DOLORES A. SAVERIA,
Executrix of the last will and testament of
Narclase Saveria, deceased. dl7-4w

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