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The Brandy Crop. The stockholders of the Grape snd Wins Growers Association held a meet ing yesterday afternoon for the purpose Of making arrangements for tho disposal of a portion of the brandy manufactured thia season at their distillery. The Board of Directors was authorized to sell enough of the brandy now ou hand to cover the indebtedness of the Assoii ation, incurred in the manufacture of the brandy. It waa agreed that the lowest price to be acci pted should be 70 oents per gallon in the present pack ages. This would give a net profit •iter paying all expenses of §19 80 per ton of grapes. Incorporated. The articles of incorporation of the Bast and West Loa A: geles Street Rail road Company were hied yesterday with the County Clerk, The directors are E. V. Speuee, J. F. Crank, VV. J. Brodrick, I. VV. Hellmau and S. C. Hubbell. 1. W. Hellmau is treasurer of the corpora tion. The capital stock consists of $250,000 divided in 2,500 shares of the par value of $100 each. There is sub scribed already $10,000. The proposed line would commence in the Mission road, East Los Angeles, thence run serosa tbe Los Augeles river to Main street and through the city to the west erns limits, a distance of about seven miles. Faster Than a Locomotive. Mr. Jobn Clark has just received two carrier pigeons from Trenton, New Jer sey, and will keep them at his residence for breeding purposea. These birds will easily make s speed of eighty miles an hour and outstrip tbe fastest locomotive and be a competitor of Ihe telegraph Mr. Clark is tbe popular agent of tbe Union Psoitis Railroad ana if the rail road is dcs royed by any cataclysm of nature he will eonimui icate with the Atlantic states by his beautiful birds. "Fly away to my na lye lard sweet bird." A Baby Run Over. A peculiar accident occurrei yester day noon ou Spriug street. A lady and gentleman came along in a buggy. The man was driving and the lady carried a baby. Iv front of the court houae she allowed the infant to slide from her lap ipto the street, and the wheels of the buggy passed over its body. Tbe man immediately jumped out of the buggy, picked up the little one, which was cry ing bitterly, and drove off rapidly be fore any one could ascertain the extent of the child's injuries. The Coming Town. The great attraction now seems to Le at Kamona. There has ulreaily been between eighty and one. hundred lots ■old and quite it number of important buildings will soon be erected. Auother railroad is to be built which will go through the tract. Parties desiring a home convenient to tbe city and in a beautiful location cannot do better than to avail tbemselv.-s of the advantages offered by the parties having thia prop arty for sale. The New San Francisco Trains. At an early date, before the end of tbis month, there will b* two express trains daily, running between Jj-s An geles and San Franciaco. The through traiu will arrive here from the Eiat at 7:10 a. sj. and arrive from the North at 8 o'clock A. M. The local tra'n will leave at 1 :U0 p.m.for San Francisco, aud the local from the North will arrive here 11:40 a. m. The Colton local will then run to San Gorgonio daily The Carr -Dutchy Fight. ■ AU arrangements have been made for the Carr- Dutchy fight, and the contest will take place in about two or three weeka. Snbscribers will be duly notifi ed of the time and place of meeting, through Mr. J. U. Perry, who has the affair in hand. The tight will be to a finiah.and there will be uo"Sheuanagan" about it. Red Star Cough Cure is safe and reliable. Free from opiates. Price, twenty five cents. THAT HACKING COUGH csn be so quickly cured uy Shiloh's Cure. We guai sntee it. C. F. Heiuacman, agent, Los Au falsa. For lsme back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous Platter. Price 25 cents. O. F. Heinze mau, agent, Los Angeles. Ladies who are troubled with cramps and nervousness should drink Damiaua Bitters. It Is pleasant to take. All respectable dealers keep Damlana Bit ters. Michel Levy a Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. SPECIAL BARGAINS To Investors. WE WILL OFFER FOR NEXT FIVE days, t lot* on Upper Main street. 5 lots on o<ui Fernando street. 6 lots on Hill, one block from street csr line, beam if v location. 4 lots one bock from Main street car line, at prices aad on terms attractive. Call ou or address, 1,. XV. M-11INIS, jIS-21 242 Main st., Baker Block. Free Public Healing. DR. TBCENDHI, L WILL OIVE FREE METAPHY3ICAL HEALINGS BVBBT SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT 2 O'CLOCK IB tlie C ran it Opera Hall. Private classes for the study of the Science of Metsphjsicil Healing meet every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday. Dr. A. P. Trr.esdcll and Mrs. E. S. Hill, teachers. Por particulars, inquire at the nffioe, rooms 12. 13 aud 14, Forster block, 28 Sjuth Main street oln-tf STATEMENT OF CONDI HON OF THE LOS ANCELES NATIONAL BANK, At the close of business, Tuesday, Decem ber 28, ISSfi. RESOURCES. loans * 826,955.01 Government bonds 109.200 00 Banking home aud fixtures 53,500 00 Kxpenses aud taxes paid 11,815,86 Cash on hand |327,32«..80 la other banks ;l»u,-M3.28 718,332.08 $1,717,802 95 I.IABILtTIES. Capital I 300,000.00 Surplus 20 000.00 Undivided profits 30,441.33 Circulation . 45,000.00 Deposit* 1,327,3)8.62 ' _Jl«-lm 11,7)7,802.95 Jj<BKD BOTH, MERCHANT TAILOR, 642 South Swung Street. V Clothing made to order, and perfect fits guaranteed. Cleaning snd repairing done, opd on short notice. D n't fsil to give jrBBD a esll If yon want satisfaction. )»3lm ■eaaalntion of Co-partnership. The co-partnership heretofore existing la the City of Los Angelea, County of Los Angel's, State of California, consisting of P, A.Walton and R.H.Bryant, under the •na name and style of Brysnt A Walton, is this day, by mutual consent, dissolved. R. H. BRYANT, PR ED A. WALTON. December 81,1886. >Nt "CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL." ITRADK MARK.) APPEALS to your common sense, and In vestivators acknowledge lt the most sensible remedy that they have seen, from its great simplicity, speedy action and un failing results. Though takeu hy inhala tion It Is like no inhaler ever used, ihe medicine rises as asmoke, lighter than the air you breathe, penetrating and thoroughly treating every air passage of the head, throat bronchial tubes and lungs. D'ssolv lugon the diseased parts, it cuts loose the mucous, however thick, eatiug up the poi son oi the disease. /nm~- One ball, lasting from a few mouths upward, la generally sufficient lor a cure. rBAUHAaa, CATARRH—Cured in three months, war ranted. In chronic cases the Debellator should also be used. ASVHMA—Cured In nearly every case relieved iv five minutes, but the "Debella lot. Package" must be takeu with the "Smoke Ball.'' bronchitis—cured in every case— warrauted. The "Debellator" should be used with the "Smoke Ball." DEAFNESS—Cured In from three to six months, tf the drums oi the ears are not de stroyed. Hot salt water used in connection with special instructions. EYES—Granulated lids, weakness of the optic nerves, etc, cured in lour to six weeks. Relieved iv five minutes. CROUP—Relieved In three minutes and cured In twenty-tour hours. ULCERATION of the Luugs—Relieved In Bye miuu'es snd cured in me week. The "Debellator Package" must be used iv ad dition to the "Smoke Ball." NEURALGIA—Cured after the third dose aud It will not returu if the remedy is occa sionally used. SNORING—Three doses each night, before retiring, cures this trouble. DIPHTHERIA — "Carbolic Bmoke" de stroys the germ of this disease, aud should be given as a preventive. COLD IN THE HEAD—Cured In fifteen minutes. COLD ON THE CHEST—Cured in twelve hou.*. A FREE TEST GIVEN TO ALL CALLERS At our Ladies' and Gents' Parlors, Room 3. second BOOT, Entrauce 2S N. Spring street. "SMOKE BALL" and "DEBELLATOR PACKAGE" sent by mail, with full direc tions, on receipt of price, taf-moke Ball 13, Debellator $2). and two postage stamps, or personally delivered to any part oi this city on receipt of order. CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO., Boom 11, Second Floor. Entrance, 88 fi. .spring St , Los Angeles, Cal. OFFICE HOCKS : Week Dati fkok 9 a. m. to a r. m. Sundays from 1 to 3 p. v. SEPARATE DEPARTMENT FOR LA DIES, who are requested to call between the hours of 10 a. h. and 5 r, a. to avoid tbe crowd. Tu&Th DOCTOR SWEANY, SU7'. North main Street. The Oldest and Most Spccessvcx Physi cian on the Coast. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS' EXPERIENCE. DON'T FAIL TO CONBCLT HIM ON ALL PRIVATE DISEASES, (UCH AS Yobnu Men, Middle-aoed and Old, Sinolb or Married, And all who suffer with Cf-LOST M A !* HOO NERVOUS DEBILITY, SPERM VTORR hea, Seminal Lasses, Sexual Decay, Failing Memory, Weak Eyes, Stunted De velopment Lack cf Energy, Impoverished Blood, Pimples. Impediments ta Marriage; also, Blood and Skin Diseases, Syphilis, Fruptions, Bone Pains, Swellings. Sore Throat. Ulcers, Effects of Mercury, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak Bsc*, Burning ' Urine, Incontinence, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, receives searching treatmeut, prompt relief and cure for lile. CATARRH. THROAT. LUNGS, EYE & EAR diseases cursd by DR. SWEANY alter all others fail. All interviews and letters are sacredly confideutial. Medicines packed so as not to excite curiosity, and feut by express, if full description oi case is given; but one personal Interview in all cases preferred. Patients treated by case or monthly. Call early and avoid crowding. Office hours, 9a. M. to Bf*. M.; Sundays, 10 A. v to 2p. m Give nim a call. d 23 tf Due de Montebello Champagne FINE IMPORTED CHAMPAGNE, FOR MERLY THE PROPERTY OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS TBE "DUC D'AUMALE" AND THK PRINCES D'ORLEANS, OF THE ROYAL FAMILY OF FRANCE. WEYSE BROS —TELEPHONE 11 and 3.16. SOLD BY THE CASE OR THE BOTTLE, d 26 lm RE-OPENING United States Hotel The underaigned having purchased the U. S. Restaurant, Reqnena St., The same will be newly opened Saturday, October 80th, and will hereafter conduct it In first-class style. THEO. FROEHLINGER, o27tf Proprietor and Manager. FOR " IUR COLD, DRINK Finch's Pare Kock and Rye, Specially bottled by Baer<& Germain, ALL KINDS OF CHAMPAQNEB. BE3T CALIFORNIA WINES. gvgfr-seiopted stock of wines and liquors for medicinal and family use. Goods ship ped to auy point East at a low figure. BAKU &. UERVIAIN, dlB-lm it Nontn Spring street. A NO. 7, fi-UOLE FULL 16 IN. SQUARE Oven; Flrst-clsss Range $U OUR MOTTO, "BEST GOODS FOR LEAST MONEY." Four carloads in stock and to arrive, made expressly for our trade, and guaran teed to give absolute satisfaction. Will use eltber wood or coal. CRANDALL, CROW A 00., dttS-lm 30 snd 82 North Bprlng atreet. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, JANUARY 16. 1886. VllSt HI. I, A MUM V IVANHOE 1 700 ACRES DIVIDED INTO ONLY 1400 LOTS! Price of Lots, $150 Each. First Payment, $20 Cash ; Succeeding Payments $10 Monthly, Without Interest. The entire Tract is beautifully situated, with a charming view; pure air and water and perfect drainage. The Ostrich Farm Dummy Railroad runs through the tract, with a 5-cent fare guaranteed to and from the center of the city. This road will be completed to the tract July 1, 1887. Pure and abundant water piped through all the streets. Size of lots, 50x150 feet up to 5 acres. The Average Size of Lots, 1-2 Acre. The uniform price of these lots is placed at $150. First payment, $20 cash, with succeeding payments of $10 per month, without interest. When $100 has been paid on each lot, the entire number of lots will be dis tributed among the purchasers, on the same plan as that on which the Childs Tract was distributed. This is a splendid investment for a very small amount of money. The tract is situated upon the hills, which are rap idly becoming the most desirable residence port-on of the city. is a warm, sandy loam, free from frost, being in what is known as the warm belt. The elevation is such that the temperature is more even than in the city. FREE CARRIAGE to the tract every day from the office of the agents. Maps and Circulars and all information can be had from Byram*& Poindexter, Managers, ! 27 WEST FIIIST STH.FIE r. BAUK BLOCK. : HONEST, •SOUND ADVICE TO PERSONS SEEKING HOMES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA THE UNDERSIGNED CITIZENS OF SAN JACINTO PAY THE EXPENSES OF ANY PERSON OR PERSONS TO The Great San Jacinto Valley, I IN" SAN DIEGO COUNTY, AND RETURN, IF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT IS NOT TRUE Pompton, Kerr & Griffin. Real Estate Agents I B. Knapp, Harness and Saddles. McCormack <St Weber, Wagous, Buggies aud J. F. Shultz, Machiuist. Implements. O. A. Munn, Attoruey-at-Law. W T. Merchant. J. Ryan, r'uruittire. Carpets, etc. G. H. Phar, Postmaster. Y. D. Ilarnugton, M. D. N. Mitchell, Hotel Keeper. M. G. Stone, Capitalist. Vllllneer & Falrchlld, Real Estate Agents. H. T. Hewitt, Merchant F. W. Siefkes, Watchmaker and Jeweler. .1. Brlnton, Orchardist. O. F. Niece. Druggist. Fraucisco Estudillo, Capitalist. J. G. Reinhardt, Hardware and Stoves. Alex Edwards, Farmer, j, a. Green, Banker. Johu McLaren, Capitalist. The San Jacinto Valley Is eighty-five miles east of Los Angelea, twelve miles south of Beaumont (formerly San Gorgonio) ou the S. P R. R., sixteen miles east of Perris, on the C. S. R. R , aud daily stages to and from these points; climate genial and dry—being fifty miles from the coast Throat, lung, asthma and catarrh troubles are beneflitted, and many chronic cases are permanently cured. Productive land ranging In price from *15 to tIOO per aore, for fruit agriculture, grazing,etc. Allalfacut five to seven times a year there The orange, lem on, fig, apricot, peach, grapes and other kinds of fruit grown in Southern California are produced here. 2000 AC HI S Of HEAVY TIMBEB FOB H 111., Which is sold from »1 to $3 a cord. An abundant supply of pine, cedar, spruce, oak, etc., on tne adjacent mountains. Two sawmills (capacity 20,000 feet dally); 1 planing mill; 1 fruit hox factory; 2 brick yards (2,500,000 burnt and laid up here in two years), price per thouseud last season, *ti and 37. First-class limestone in au uulimited quantity. KHiHTY-TWO ABTESIAN WKLLB, One of which flows 1,000,009 gallons every twenty-four hours River water is being con veyed iv irou pipes to a !000-acre tract of mesa land, suitable for most all semi-tropical ,tUIU " TWO HOT SPBIIVUS, The curative properlies of which are famous, and the baths are free to everybody. A IIAILUOAD ( lIJU'AW HAN Kill \ INCDUPORATED To build a railroad to Sin Jacinto, sud a large subsidy has already been contributed and it is ceitain the railroad will bo lv operitiou in a few mon'ha. Artesian water is conducted through the streets tn iron pipes, and into second ato rica of buildings. SIg , O(M , stIHOOI. HOUSE, Graded schools, churches, brick blocks This place has made, as we believe, tht great <.st urowth of any place iv Southern California, and has made the Improvements of any new colony in California in tlio last three years. Its altitude is 1400 feet above the , sea The population in IS-H was fifty persons, aud in Hi-ii is about twelve hundred. Nr other valley in Boutheru California has so many advantages. Como and ace for yourself I and be convinced of this tact _ _ ' d 2stf THE EXCELSIOR 77* LAWN MOWER, // BEST M-f3a.X>3El /J' EASIEST RUBNING LAWN MOWER >g**>/ ON THE MARKET. aflPB 9 'S?* HARPER & REYNOLDS CO., JLg? 48 ANN, MAIN ST. ~~^ J^E3H^^ RIEDICAI,. ' • *Q F* •Q-^. ; * EXCURSION! MONDAY, JANUARY 17,1887, UNDER AUSPICR3 Ol* IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION OF TULAKK CO., To Tulare County! TILE BANNER WHEAT OOUNTT OF CALIFORNIA. Cheap Land I Abundance of Water! Abundance of Timber! The Best Farming Land in California! THE HOME OF THE APPLE, PKACII, FEAR AND APRICOT. NO BETTER RAISIN LAND IN THE WORLD. DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR ALFALFA FIELD AND STOCK RANCHES. GET THE BENEFIT OF LOW KATES TO VISIT TULARE COUNTY AND INVESTIGATE THE WONDERFUL RESOURCES OF LAND, CLIMATE TIMBER AND WATER. TULARE COUNTY IS LOCATED MIDWAY BKTWEEN LOS ANGELES AND SAN FRANCISCO, IN THE HEART OF THE GREAT BAN JOAQUIN VALLEY. EXCURBIONIST3 WILL BE SHOWN OVER THE ENTIRE COUNTY FREE OF CHARGE BY THE PEO PLE OF TULARE COUNTY. EXCURSION TRAIN LEAVES LOS ANGELES DE POT OF a. P. WO. AT 11 O'CLOCK. .HONDA V, JANUARY 17, IS 87. TICKETS GOOD FOR SIX DAYS. Fare for Round Trip, $9.50, EITHER TO TULARE CITY OK CiOSHEN. . , A FOR PARTICULARS CALL ON E. 0. MILLER, Representing the Immigration Association of Tnlarc County, At in West First Street, Los_ Angeles, Cal. You Can Get a Dozen Cabinet Photographs FOR 53.00. Bisbee & Nye, 21 West First St. TMIESE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE OF THB VERY HIGHEST STANDARD AND WAR ranted EQUAL IN EVERY RESPECT to those at auy of the so-called first-class galleries, and for which an exorbitant price is asked, Examine our specimens and con vince yourself. We show proofs of all our work aud make reslttings free. n2S3m HIMIIEK A- NYE, No. 21 West First Nt. Grand View Hotel, MONROVIA, CAL., NOW OPEN. On the Los Angeles & San Gabriel Valley R. R„ 16 MILES FROM LOS ANGELES, J. S. KEEFER, Proprietor. FORMERLY OF THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, NEW YORK. ; jaPtofl W. B. 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Wholesale Depot. niy29 ly Notice of Administrator's Sale of , Keal Estate. VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN i" pursuance ot au order of the Superior Court of the County of l, os Angeles State ol California, ma4s on the nth day'of De cember, IHSi, lv the matter of the estate of Horace Woodworth, deceased, the under signed, tne administrator of the estate of said deceased, will on or after Monday the 10th day of lanuary, 11-86, sell at private sale, and subject to confirmation by said court, the following described real estate belonging to said deceased and situate in Bald county, to wit: Being au undivided oneflfth Intereat of, In and to the following described real property, situated inthecityof LiuAugeles, and lying on the northeasterly side of Macy sireet, and bounded northerly by land formerly nf T. Jeff White; ou the easterly by land of the cstHte of Wallace Woodworth, deceased, vow allotted to Mamie E. He Camp; on the south by Macy street, aud on the west by Eanta No S, coulaiuing about four acres ot laud. Bids or offer* must be in writing, and may be left at the ollice of Graves Si O'Melveny, room 21, Baker I lock, in 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 after the first publication of this notice aud before making na id sale. Terms and Conditions of Sale—Cash, united Stales cold coin; 10 per cent, on ao ceptanoe of i id and balance ou confirma tion of sale by said court. JAMES GILDAY, d-Tvtw Administrator of said estate. In Superior Court. COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, STATE OF California—ln the matter of the estate aud guardianship ol Antonio Gaibolino, Mateo Garboliuo and John Garboliuo, min ors. Domenlco Bagetti, the guardian of the persons aud estates of said above minors, having filed herein his petiiiou, verified, praying for au order of sale of certain real estate belougiug to said minors, or certain interests of snid minors iv and to the real property in said petiiiou described, lor tbe purposes therein set forth; it is, there fore, ordered by the said court that all per sons interested iv the ettaie of said minora, nnd the next of kin of said minors, appear before the said Superior Court on Monday, the 2<th day ot January, ISS7, at 10 A. n. of that day, at the courtroom of said Superior Court, In the said city nnd couuty of Los Augeles State of California, to sbuw cause why an order should not be granted to the said guardian to sell so much of the real estate of said minors at private sale as shall be necessary, aud that a copy of this order be published at leas once a week for four successive weeks iv the Los Augeles Daily Herald, a newspaper printed aud pub.ished iv said Los Augeles city. Dated December 2L 1886. WILLIAM A. CHENEY, d25-4w Judge of said Court. In the Superior Court of the County of Los Angelea, State of California. In the Matter of the Estate op PißLir Feldhauser, Se., Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THB undersigned, Executor of the above named Estate, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said de ceased, to exhibit the same, with the neces sity vouchers, within teu months from the first publication of this notice, to the un dersigned, at the office of Chapman & Hen drick, Room No 20, Baker Blook, in the City of Los Angeles, that being the place for the transaction of all business of the Estate. PHILIP FELDHAUSER, Ja., _ Executor. Los Angeles, December 23, 1886. d 23 30d Order to Show Cause WTHY ORDER OK SALE OF REAL E8- M tnte should not be made—ln ti«. Su perior Court nf the county of Loa Augeles. state of California. Ia the matter of the estate of John C. Brown, deceased. Mary Btowu, the administratrix of the estate of Johu t:. Brown, deceased, having filed her petition herein praying for an order of sale of ihe real estate ol said de cedent, for the purpose therein set torth, it is therefore ordered by the said court that all persn ot interested in the estate of said deceased appear before the said Superior Couit on Monday, January 17th 18s7, st 10, o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the courtroom of safd Superior Court at the city of Los Angeles, in the county cf Los Au geles, to show cause why an order should uot be granted to the said administratrix to ► ell so much of tlie real estate of the said de ceased as shall be necessary, aud that a copy of this order be published at least once a week for four successive weeks in the Los Angeles Da ii.v Herald, a newspaper printed aud published in said county of Los Au goles. A. BRUNSON, Judge of the Superior Court. December 17,16*6. d'B-to jl7 Notice to Creditors. In the Superior Court of Los Angelea County, State of California. In the matter of the Estate of Nar-| M „ cUsc Savena, deceased. j rlo ' 6 * l » NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THK undersigned, executrix of the last will and testament of Narcisse Saveria, de ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them wltn the necessary vouchers within four mouths after the first publica tion of thia notice, at the office of John C. Morgan, Room 88, Temple U.ock, Los An geles City and County, the same being the plao for the transaction of tbe busluaaa of said estate. Dated December 16th. 1886. DOLOREB A, SAVERIA, Executrix cf the last will aud testament of Narcisse Saveria, deceased. dl7-4w Office of Clerk of Board of Supervisors OF Los Angeles County, Cal. Proposals will be received at this office until lanuary 17, Ik>7, tor compiling a sys tem of maps lor County Assessor's office. For further information apply to Couuty Assessor. ' By order of the Board of Supervisors oi Los Angeles County, Cal. ja6 t!7 C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. the**- BROWN'S BQUIRREL JHBffls, AND GOPHER SMOKER. This is an apparatus for IBWIIWIbF burning straw and sul fnHlH|c*r*3 'Inn' and forcing the smoke nnd gas down sHIUIDII 'J""' 1 ' holes, wuich klils H IHI 4000 HOL, ° IBpHB" 1,1 ]SW The sale of nun rill ' ''v sells auother. Any child m\m l ■ oan UBe Mauufaot- IjlJ ii J ured and for sale by |jJ|||' l !ijl!;V 44 South Spring Btreet, tn ll ll Dealer in Stoves and Tin HI i Ware and Sheet Iron. YmWm■ i f Send for Circular. Lib jM*3lF rH ' discount to the trate. Price .t liich U, 6 loch $5. VQ| P| Pat. Mar. 38, 1886. I decani Pat. June 8, 1886.