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Los Angeles Produce Market. Tmm fallowing is tae official record of the LOW AugProduce Exchange, correctsd the quotations, unless otherwise sSt.it la to be understood that tbe Ant SSeTis tbe highest price bid and the last 5e lowest price aaked. These quotations an for round loa from first hands; for Mall loU out of store higher prices are WHEAT—Australian Na 1. white. *1 SO kid;Oo!d Drop. (1 «: *1 asked Defiance He. 1 seed or shipping. II S> bid . Rye. tl tt naked; Sonora. H-»; White Russian. IK At 60. BARLEY - Fee. No. L new, *1.17S bid. yellow, carload lota,9oc bid, asked, small carload lois.rQSSl 10. PLOCK—Loa Angeles XXXX. extra family ■stent roll, *■"■»». Capitol Mills extra family patent roll, IV* asked MILL FKED—Bran, tn asked; Shorts, IM asked Mixed Feed, corn and barley. 41 s. naked'; Cracked Corn. II » asked: Cracked Barley B.H asked ;Orounibßarley,ll ;fc>«sked Rolled Barley. II « asked. GRAIN BAGS—Graiu Bags MB. itxSs.RSe asked; ISB6 Calcutta spot, t3»c asked. Potato Socks. t\ asked Mill Sacks. 5£ asked. ttt-D-Alfolfa. new.UHc saked. Mustard. fc HAY- Barley R B No 1. new IliM •sked; Alfalfa. %. B. northern. 111* bid. Barley W. B. No, 1. $r«SM; wheat hay W. B. Northern. Ilfi-X) , . , POTATOES—EarIy Rose.Sort hern, choice. L» asked: PeerisfS, Loa Angeles, 11 To; River Ked. 11. •» asked. . BUTTS R—Fancy Roll.'Tc pert* asked. Choice Roll, tte per rb asked; Fair Roll. 21c nor tb asked; Mixed per tb asked- Plckled Roll. ISO per » asked: Ftrkiu Onotoe Ma asked per »; Firkin Cooking.lSc Large. 16c asked: small, 17c asked small '3 Ik hand) He asked. ■OeS—Kgxs, trvsh. Meat We. HONEY Extracted Job l.Hs, 4a asked: Amber. Se bid: Comb, lOcaii 1 , BEESWAX—Beeswax, 17c®19c. OHIONS—YeIIow Danvers.tii> asked.Ye. low Dan vers. Northern, tx.25 „ ~ VEGETABLES MlXED—Chiles per t», lis bid; Garlic; 6®Bc Cabbage P« r m **• AND DRIED PEAS—Pink No. 1, naw crop. 11.90 bid. 12.C0 asked: Lima. ttnwßS.oo. Navy, small, ti OObid.U A asked. BUnx-eTSd. 11 asked; Garvancoa. lo asked: Srssn Field Peoa. h aaked; Lentils. 13.00 asked. Biro 'i tt asked. POULTRY—Hens No L per dosen. 17 00 bid; Old Roosters, per dosen, MM bid; Tonus Roosters, per dox, 17 00 bid: Broilers, lores per dosen, 15 0j bid. Broilers, small, nsr dosen 13 50 bid: Ducks, per doseu. large. M l*, bid: Ducks per doxcu. small. tATi bid; Turkeys 19c per Tb. LIVR BTOCK-Uve Hogs. 3eM*e. DRIED FRCrr—Peaches, S. D. No. 1. l"c asked; do No. 2, 7i%c asked; do, peeled, isc sowed do, 8. D peeled No. i, 15c asked r3sedPlums.lJV,c asked: Blsckberrles.UV asked- Prunes. CaL Frouch new crop. . -,c m\ma; Prunes, Col, German. 7c asked; Aprl oou, evaporated.tte asked. , APPLK3—Kvaporoted Huntley s. 10c ask ed; Hunt's Aldeu, 14c asked; Sun Dried - RAIBINs'-u!yers. 1150 ssked: Ex Lon Son Layers, new; 11.75 ssked; Three Crown Layers,'new. 11.75 asked: Loose Muscatels 11.50; Bulk Raisins. 5c asked: Dried Grape. tm aaked. HUTS—Walnuts new. llc»l.>c: Peanuts, Gel No. L 6c asked; do, No. X, :<c asked: do «astero.7',e asked: Almonds, 8. 3., ISc ask ad; Almouds, H 3. Be. CITRUS FRUITS — Oraness. L7S asked Lentona,seedling per box.*J.OO aiked; Lem. ona Eureka and Lisbon per b.n. *< M asked. HIDES — Dry. 16c bid; Kip, loc bid. Oall, l»Xc bid; Culls. > i less. SKINS-Short wool. each. 15c#:Mc: Long wool, each. 11 bid; Shearlings, each, loc bid WOOL—Spring Clip, pf r lb. so® Oc bid. PROVISIONS—Extra Unit bacon, clear, UKC askei: Light clear, lie asked: C.ear medium, 10V asked: Medium bacon, 9c **LARD—4O-pound tins, 8c asked; S pound polls, 9c aaked; 5-pound pails, S*,c asked, 10-pound pails. asked. HAMS Eastern Sugar Cured, lie asked: California, lie asked. Wkoltssle .Tient mstrket. Corrected for the Hesal:> by S. Maler, ii North Spring Street. The following are the prices for whole car "bEEF—First grade,6Hcper pound; second grade 6c : third grade, 6c. MUTTON—Sc per po md for Kwes ond oc lor Wethers. LAMB -Spriue, Sc. VEAL—From 7 to 9c per pound. HOGS—Ou foot, hard, Sc to ,i , per pound dressed. Co. Drives tbem away, is what St. Jacobs Oil does with rheumatism and neuralgia Unnecessary Misery. Probably os much misery comes •rem habitual constipation as f.-ons any de rangement of the functions of the body, ond it Is difficult to cure, for the reason that ao one likes to tske the mediriues pres cribed Hamburg Figs were prepared to ot> viate this difficulty, and they will be fnand pleasant to tbe taste of women and children. 75 ce«U At all druggists. J.J. Mack A Co., proprietors. S. F. A Quick Recovery. It gives ns great pleasure to state that the merchant who wos reported being atthe point of death from ou attack of Pneumo nia, has entirely recovered by the use of Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam for tbe Lungs. Nat urally he feel" grateful for tne benefits de rived from ■siaig tbis remedy for the lunrs and throat: aud In g ; ving publicity to this statement we ore actuated by motives of public benefaction, trusting that others may be benefited In < similar msnuer. $5000 Reward $5000 For o better or more pleasant remedy for the cure of Consumption, Cough, Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchial troubles than Green's Lun • Restorer, S into Able, the Abletine and Mountain Bn'.m Cough Cure. Every bottle warranted by your enterprising druggist.C. H. Hauce. HOLIDAk tiOODS. TOYS! An enirely new and very complete stock of Toys and Holiday Goods Will be ready for exhibition on or about December sth, at 111 North Spring St., Next to City of Paris. LAZARUS & MELZER, ntstf Los Angeles. RIAL ESTATE FOR SALE BT F. C. ANDERSON. No. 28 North Spring Street. FC. ASDBRSON HAS BEEN rPWARDS a of a dm v years iv tbe Keal Estate busi ness, and presents to intending purchasers, seeking homes or pines for speculation, a fen of the many desirable properties ne has for aale. ITMO—New house of ten rooms, lot 31x115 to aa alley, commanding view and only 3 blacks from post omce: a bargain. IsoOO— House of * rooms on Hope st-: lot 60x166: cheap. 1360 —L0t60x75, Orand avenue. XXjOO—2 lots in tbe Longstreet tract. S lota In the Lonjsireet fact. ■MB— Corner lot 65x1E1 on Main, south of Adams st. . , 11350—10t55x155 on Mlin. south of Adams ■treet- _ _ |!2uo etch - 2 lots on East Pine st. I*o each - 2 lots, Denver st. « bargain. 11230 each—i lots, Bonnie B.ac tract: a *TsW-New, two-story, lx-room house on Hill st.. in ceuter of city. 125,000 Business Ut, 115x143. West side of Main. _ dooo—Lot on York, close to Figneroa: cheap. 1650 each for a number of very choice lots in the Millard Avenue Tract, fronting the no-foot Millsrd avenue. *5200— Cbo ie |i •: 100x147. niil st. I6Uo—Lot, 53x12-. Virginia st.: cheap. lIJOO— Lot, sJx24i>, Wright st. 11150—Lot, 50x '10, Wright st. 1750-Lot, Ixl7o, Boy.c Heights; fine loca tion; very cheap. tt lots on Bovles Heights: excellent loca tion and Ine view. tmn—Mew house of I rooms, with 21a; •areaof crousd set to choice fiuit and shade trees. Tbis plane 3a decidedly cbeap and worth more money. Choice lots lv Path Villa tract: acre prop- I tarty for sobdlvinon, and a number of alfal fa (arms, business property, aye., etc. ■. B. Make a specialty of carina- for City Property, enileetint reals, drawing legal •seers and te the exeentions of all kinds of ■■■■Innsii bs my line el bnilissa. isdlm WORTHY Of Confidence. . urDIO Sarsaparilla h a nirdirincthat. A Tfcn 9storing urarfv 4' years,tu parts ufthv world. h.i-|>rwted itsclh rat v as (be bci4 blood al.t ralit c know v to medical sck:ucc. SARSAPARILLA .KSfn/'S Euuiu' Honduras SsirsaparilbO i» i; se, and Sis power* arc iithanced l>> the extracts of Yellow Dock anil Stil linsria? ihj lodide* of Pot—Jalß and Iron, ami o;!i t |x>:ctit in-^mlknt». ia your blood vitiated by derania-uicnt' lw of tin' dbresilve ami ■islaslaaliil f tmm ttnal m it tatnl I by Scrofula*." or does it ontaiu the poison of Jiorvury or Disease? THE wsnaaoTot psrysicntw of the Vmted I lit states. \v!n> know Hie cowpniMgl of Ayer's ft>—>riilt*T* »i ***T that uotliimr tT-e so cood f >r the |>unlH-.! -ti >n of the blood is within the raugc of phar.nsey. . " fill! V I,v ,hB mjm ct rrmc """ i ' 111 JULY possible for. a iwrson who has corrupted blood Io attain sound hcaiih and prevent *3Wnaaa*awta*on at the de structive taint lo posterity. THOROUGHLY Include not only tlic removal of cor ruption from the Hood.bat in enrich ment and tho strengthening of the vital organs. _ nrl ■ ani r witnesses, all over the RELIABLE world, testify that this work is better nttuaipßihril hy Ayer 3 SarsaparilLA than by auy other rti nnn ' h,t ■ eornipied tbrou=h dt« dLUUU r. w . is made pure, aud blood weakened through diminution of the red corpuscles is made strong, by Ayer's Sarsapakill.*.. niiDirVINC lhe 1>k,0,, » n ' l *>" M,ns PUnIFYIIIa up the system require time in serious mm, hut beneSt will be derived from the use of AY FR S Sarsaparilla more speedily than from anything else. upniniur for which like effect" are MEDICINE fatselv claimed, is abun tlant in the market, under many names, but the only preparation that hasstood the test of time, ami proved worthy of the world's confidence, is Ayer's Sarsaparilla. PRKPARKD BT Dr. J.C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mass. Bold by all Druggist*: Price #1; Six bottles for V*. HALL'S PULMONARY BALSAM. The best remedy for Coughs. Colds autlu flo-ris and Incipient Consumption. Sold by ali drngeists for 50 cents. I. R. GAT* S A CO.. Proprietors. d»tf 417 Sansome street. 8. F. NATURE'S »'hai is ir good for? CURE FOR TARRANT'S constipation, ; Fra =r H l; ■• :•-** **■■' Arr ' " v '-. \ : • r v- i * - - M it:t: •* li r*-*: we <.rz%*» t*» f*rt«rtM Mi MMI-a-i Wtm «M» »oJrx7«4iu««. Itiapk-Aa,- ia t»«e. pomb> in il ; c . - - - ■ r»l;?r In mil CrMrtUtTJ Arebi aritiskt; tram a di« Sick-Headache, -; f XM& AND vrscct tetzer Aper; _ _ __ _ «ft_ t*>kSi rsa b« fcatwi its DYSPEPSI*s^- J -~" UEXTIXTs. ISS2-E3T tBLISHED—ISB2. L. W.^VVELLS. DENTAL ROOMS NO. ii SOI TH SPRING street. Roeder Bl.«k- Teeth extracted without pain. Special sttention paid to filling teeth. dil Drs. 1. d Frank suvens. TJB3STU3TB Tbe bea set of teeth 18, on CeUulold 01 Rubber. Painless extraction of Teeth by Nitrous Oxide Gas or Vitalised Air. Fine Gold Fillings a specialty. All operations si Eastern prices and guaranteed Hsonn 18 nnd 19 Scbuntnrher 810- k. op posite PO. Open Sundays(rom 91J 12.; sill 1 Palmer & Hey, ITTI FOCNDERS, PRESS DEALERS. Los Angeles Branch, 20 N. Spring St. Palmer & Hey, 405-7 Saiuie St, Su Frarisw. A DVF.RTTSISG AGENTS AND ArXILI- A ary Pablishers Los Au«eles Agency, 2U Nor h Sprinr s'teet [tW~ Hbsald Dresi supplied from this ce'ebrited Foundry. d2l Notice for Publication of lime for Proving Will, Etc. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ( — COCKTY Or LOS ANGKLKS.! Is rare ScrEßioßCorvr In the mstter of the estate of Joseph Blays, deceased. P TRSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THIS Conn, made (his day, notice is hereby given that Monday, the thirty dm day of January. I*7, at 10 o'clock A n. of ssid day, at the Court Room of this Court, In the County of Los Augeles, has been appointed for hearing the application of Henry B.ays. praying thst a document now on file in tbis court, purporting to be tbe last will aud testament of Joseph Blays. deceased, be admitted to pro bate, and that letters testamentary be is sued thereon to Henry Blays, at which time and place all persons interest! d therein mar appear and contest tbe same tatted January 14,1187. CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR, County Clerk. By T. H. Wano. D-PUtr. JlilOt LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. JANUARY, 16. 1887. STARTLING INNOVATION! NEW, NOVEL, ORIGINAL. Grand Evening Sale, 75 Superb Building Lots, AT ?:3t> O'CLOCK, Tuesday Evening, January 18, 18S7, UNDER MAMMOTH TENT. WHICH WILL HE PITCHED ON THK Corner of Main and Fourth Streets, AND BRILLIANTLY ILLUMINATED WITH ELECTRIC LIGHTS. Music During Sale. The prop erty to be sold is located a few hundred feet beyond lovely Pico Heights. It is near the Electric Railroad and fronting on "Washington street, the great drive to the sea, and destined in time to be come the grandest Boulevard on the American con tinet. It has been subdivided into small lots. Clerks, Mechanics, Salesmen and Salewomen to the front! This will be your golden opportunity. Attend the sale; put some money in your pockets; buy some lots; lay the foundation of a fortune. Free Carriage will leave the Tent after Saturday at 11 A. M., 2 and 4 P. M., to enable parties to examine lots be fore sale. Maps and particulars of ROBERT TURNER, No. 39 North Spring Street, OR AT THE TENT, AFTER SATURDAY. COR. OF MAIN and FOURTH STS. jal4 Jere. Johnson, Jr., Auctioneer, THE NEXT CRAND JUBILEE AUCTION WILL TAX.X PLACE ON THE PREMISES, San Pedro between 12th and Washington Streets, At One o'clock. P M., SATURDAY, JAN. 22d, WHKN THK MAY, FORMERLY Buttrick Tract, CONSISTING OF TWO ATTRACTIVE DWELLING HOUSES AND ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY VALUABLE LOIS, Covered with Orange, Walnut and Lemon Trees, will bt positively sold to the highest bidder regardless of prices. Free collation under Mammoth Tent. Free Excursion, Brilliant Music. Maps and particulars in a faw days oi ROBERT TURNER, No. SB North Spring Street. janl.s WM. T. COLEMAN & CO.. Shipping and Commission Merchants San Francisco, New York, Chicago. AGENCIES OF WM. T. COLEMAN & CO. AT London, Liverpool, Astoria, Or., and Los Angeles. With stents and brokers in every commercial city of prominence iv the Union. OUR LOS ANGELES AGENCY Mskes a specislty of handling tbe products of Southern California. WINES, BRANDIES, ORANGES, RAISINS, ORIED FRUIT, HONEY CANNED FRUIT, HONEY, ETC., ETC. for Ro< al Baking Powder, Walter Bake! & Co's Chocolate, Kingsford's Oswego Starch. Also, agentafor American Oil Company's Whala Oil Soap. WM. L. LOCKE, Manager Los Angeles Agency, «H< it lp 7S NOBTH SZrPZRTJNTG- ST PALMDALE COLONY. rHOICE LAND, LOW PRICES, EASY TERMS, NEAR RAILROAD AT THE foot of tbe Sierra Madre Moui.tains, ia Los Angeles county. Ci me and see thti eiery thing is not yet out of the reach of a p tor mau. The laud Is especially adapted tor the cultivation of the wine and raisin grapes, APRICOTS, PEARS, PRUNES, CHERRIES. APPLES, ETC. Prices t f Land from $15 to tl'- per acre, with water for irrigation. Lend without water, from 17 up, In tracts of 320 acres. Terms,'one-fonrth cash, balsuce in one, two and three years at 7 per cent. For further information, apply to or address JOHN J. JONES. jaS-lm 25 Temple street, Lawyers Block, Los Angles, Cal. P. O. 80x'602. CATARRH, Consumption, Asthma AUD BRONCHITIS f TREATED SPBdALL V AND SUCCESS FULLY BY W. N. DAVIS, M. D., •Hi N. SPBINO ST. LOS ANGELES, CAL. NASI4L CAT.tRKfI Tresfd upon s n»w principle, founded upon the fsct tint the disease is parasitic In its origin. T:.e ptrssites can be demon, sirs ed by the microscope end will present the appesrsuce shown below: f % m I. 2 3 5 6 (PARASITE* MAGNIFIED 430 TIMES.) One difflcnlty In the treatment of this dis ease has been ihe inability lo apply the remedies to the whole scst of intlsmmalion, another is the failure to use the right rem edies. Onr treatment consists in using mcdl cines In the form of oi intents which are warmed and sprayed through the head and throat, reaching every pait of ihe head tbat a spray cau rea?h. The remedy remains In the head for some time, passes readily into vapor and reaches ce.ls filled with mucus impossible lo be retched by medicine iv li'iuld or powdered form. The treatment i» plessant snd even child ren wid take it readily after Ihe first time, knowing the relief it will give them at once. Constitutional remedies are employed for the blooi, etc. Patients can treat them selves at home wheu necessary. tom-potiad uxvtsK.f. HIE rantß DERIVED PEOM INHALATION. In the Circle of Sciences we read this sen tence: "Ihe geueral effect of oxygen in nature is that of a life-giving princ pie." Ever since the discovery of oxygeu by riiest'.y. has this idea been uppermost iv the niiml medical, for, siuce respiration Is Ihe process of mlmiuisteriug oxygen to the tis.uj- of the b-Mly through the agency ol the blood (and In the lungs, purifying the hie blood) the thought iLstli ctively pops into the iniud that if, In etses of disease or imperfect oxygenation, we could help tbe limn to more than tbeir usual amount of oxygen, we would be wielding a weapon of vssi remedial effectiveness. Practical experience sbows this theory to be corr, ct, aud never have we seeu a case of Asthma. Brouc.Hlls, Consumption or oenera Debility, that the iuhaUlious.prcp erly administered, failed to relieve more or less. 'lis true that Consumption in the third stage, cau only be relieved except iv rare instances, but our relief, founded upon experience, is that every case can be cured iv the first stage, and ihe larg» ma jority iv tbe second stage, c.imatic Influ ences beiug favorable. The home treatment can ben sent per c I press to any address. Los Angeles, De». 9.1855. Dr. W, V Davis-Dear Sir:—l wish to tes tify as to what voar catirrh treatment has done for me. I was troubled with catarrh for five or six years or mare, aud felt as if death weuld be a relief. My sense of smell was entirely gone, aud my hearing snd taste was very much affected. Your treat ment relieved at once, and in a lew weeks | entirely cured me and re tored my lost senses to their natural condition. PKISCILLA DUDLEY, R. Renshaw's office. No. 20, Downey block. ! LOS ANGELES. Aug. fi, 1886. Thia is to certify that J have been troubled j with the tetann for 'our Years. My breath wa« offensive snd I used "differeui kin da of medicine and it failed to cuie me. 1 went to Dr. W. N. Davis, sud he treated me with the medical inhalation treatment, audi was cured in for y-flve days, and am now in per fect health. All those tbat are troubled with the catarrh had beiter »o and consult Dr. Davis. JOSEPH BAKER, 21" E. First sireet. Dr \V N D . Los ANOELES ' Jnoe 13 - 18 - Dear Sir:—l was troubled with a bad form of catarrh of ihe nose aud throat for eight years, and I am thankful to say that your treatmeut has entirely cured me iv a few weeks (eight weeks). My •! mo was some affected, cinsiog indigestion, which was ■ elieved at once. I have cabled ten pi Bndl since 1 begau treatment and leel oetter tiau since I was a cnild. Mis. Ella Wilkinson, Figueroa street, uear Ward. This Is to certify that I am a reinlarlv •lualitk'd physician, bttl not practicing uud !ia\e always believed caiarrhof the chronic nasal variety to b? an incurs-, c EffilCtian, bin hearing ol Dr. W. X Davis' "Neir T.-eat m«nt"snd hissucce-.-. I applied to him for medicine aud determined to try it in the ca eof cue of my frieuds and did so wi.h the mo..t satisfactory re-ults, as improve ment was immediate aud one prescription effected a cure. The case was of years' -landing aud a bad type. I can recommend Dr. Davis to those similarly affect, d. 8. Haley, m D., Los Angeles, Aug 1, l&so. Ponet Block. January 21, isso. 3. Haley testifies thu the esse he treated five months ago is still a enre. Los Arok.es, July 4th, ISSf. Da. ft. N. Davis: I have been troubled with catarrhal the dry variety for about live years, since three years before I came to Cnlifornia, aud in one month I .eel that I have beeu entire', v cured by your remedies. Yours truly, Pf.ter Wies, P. O Box 525. I os Ano ele*. Bay 2">tb, ISM. Da. W.N. Davis: Deai: Sin:—l am happy to inform you that your remedies have c*ir.'d tha- terribly ob stinate catarrh of the back part of ibe nos trils an! throat, irom wuicb i suffered so much. I', does not trouble me at all now, aud I have only taken your treatment about two months and a half. Yours, gratefully. M. S Fish, I ArtStndio,2ll S. Bunker Hill Avenue. Los Angeles, Dec. 10th. 1«.j6. Dr. W. N. Davis: I was troubled with most C-larrhofthe nose and ibrost for about two sud a hall years, there always being s disagreeable feeling above the soft palate and a disposi tion toclear the throat. Your treatmeut entirely cured me in one month. Mes. Annie TowNsend, 108 Olive streeL Los Angeles, October 2, '86. This is to certify that I was troubled with asthma and bronchitis for on- and a hall years, and never was entirely free from it at any time till two months ago I put myself under tae care of Dr. W. N. Davis, and his iuhalslions gave me relief at once, so thst I could attend to my business ss well ss ever. I vow believe that I am entirely cured. H. J. Dbyo, Ventura street and Vernon svenue. Los ANGELEs, lanuary IT, 1886. This Is to certify that I have beentroubled tor four years with bouchitis, sud in six weeks 1 have been almost entirely cured by Dr. W- X. Davis, and have bad no suffoca live attacks sines I commenced treatu.eut. I can recommend Dr. Davis to any who sre troubled witb tbe luugs. , Mrs. M. 8. STEVENS. Ninth street, nesr Pearl. Los Angki.es, February S. 1885. I>k. Davis:—lf it were Uot for you 1 am sa' istied tuat I would now be dead with lung disease, which hid troubled me for two years, ss st the time I began treslment last summer I w.s so low that I was unable to Continue my trip*Ea*t, alter starting, aud was obliged to return from Mohave. I wish to testify that I was cntirelycured iv tbiee mouths, aud found your charges v ry rea sonable. Mrs. 11. P. Mebserbac. 22 Beruard streeL CONSULTATION FREE. (1. c. for only a lew minutes.) OrncE Holes: 9a. h. to 12:30 r. v., 3 r. H. to 6:BU r. M. Sundays, 2 tot r. n. W. N. DAVIS, ITI. I)., 15', N. Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. (Over People's Store.) LINKS Of THIVEL. Pacific Coast Steamsiiip Co. GOODALL, PEEKINBACo., General Agen I BAN P'BANCIHOO NORTIaKKN !£«.< I l s Embrace lines lor Portland, Or.; Vlotorla B. C, and Paget Sound-Alaska, and all Coast porta. Southern Routes. TIME TABLE FOR JANUARY, 1867. OOaUItS BOOTH. SOIN9 NORTH. 5 tf A U STEAMERS. o« tS Efi n| SS 1| 5 a |j Santa Rosa. Dec. 28 Dec .10 Jan. 2Ji n. I Los Angeles " 29 " 31 '• 2 " 6 Orlsaba Jan. 2 Jan 4 " (I •» 1 *'urcka '• 3 " 5 " 6-9 Ancon. " 6 ■• 7 h 9 „ Santa Rosa.. ■' 8 " i 0 « || « }J I** Angelea. " 9 M ll « If, " )6 225? :: « i» •■ is ■• l? Eureka " 13 •• is '• ]6 i. is Ancon. ...... 15 " 17 " 19 h Santa Rosa. '• ]g h w ~ g „ £ Los Angeles. " 19 " 21 « B ~ 25 2™Ssf " 21 " 23 " 25 « 27 f urek a •• 28 '• 25 " 26 •■ ag Ancon " 26, " g n .m h Santa Rosa.. « 28 " 3U Feb. 1 Feb. I Los Angeles. " 29 " 31 •• 1•■ 4 •«~mon Santa Rosa, Orlsaba and Ancon leave Ban Pedro for San i^ O i 0n . be dat *" 'heir arrivals from n „^ rt « c °.'>n'i on their trips between San Pedro amd San Francisco call at Santa 8 ,!. r . xif n< i Por i H » r '°rd tSan LuisOblspo) only. The Eureka and Los Augeles call at all way ports. Cars io connect with ■teamen leave B. P. K. R. depot, Los Angelea, aa follows: With JJ" I *. , Eo »*. Orlsaba and Ancon at n&&*& A> * Wltn Los AoKele. and Kureka, going north at 4:48 o'clook p. v. " * bOT4 or All Important Points la Eur ore APPLY TO H. McLHLLAN. : j Aaw OFFICE—No. 8 Commercial St., Los Angelc, Southern Pacific Company. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) THURSDAY DECEMBER 23. 1885. Trains leave and are due to arrive at . LOS ANGELES as roLLows: I-IAYB AltßlYk FOB DESTINATION. Thou 2:40 r. m Colton I2 : 0l p. * 4:W r. at Colton 9:10 a. * 2:40 r. M iDemlng) Express 12:01 p.» < and J 2:40 P. M ( East ) Emigrant.... 12:(1 r. * 2:40 r. n.. El Paso and East... 12 :t'l p. n 12:30 r. h (Stn Fran 1 Express 210 r. k < aud J 12:30 p. n (Sacramento) Emigrt. 2:10 p. a 9:23 a. M Santa Ana and Anaheim 3:45 p. y 4:40 r. m Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:15 a. a I 9:30 A. n Sauta Monica 4:00 p. n 4:30 r. ■ Santa Monica. g.45 A. a j 9:40 a. m 1 Long Beach,Wilm'g-a 4 ; ;6 p. H 4:50 p. ■ (ton and San Pedro ) 8.25 a. » T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Ticket Agent A. N. TOWNE, General Manager. E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent Los Angeles. iCuloria Soßthern B. S. Co. I All rail line between National Cltv, Ssn Diego »nd Los Angeles and points East and | We t. Close connection at Barstow with Atlantic and Pacific R R. and at Los Angeles with Southern Pacific R. R. Tiivraa table, Taking effect Suuday, November 14. . . ~ A. M. A. M. FTm7 Los Angeles. Ly. 7.00 910 500 San Gabriel 7.23 9.29 5 20 Pomona 8.28 10:H0 6-10 Colton Ar. 9:15 11 20 »7aXI i Colton Ly 11:25 7:50 It-'trus u-jg gas P , e "'».; • 12:17 9:30 Miirietta Ar 1:10 11:10 •Marietta Lv 1:30 11:25 Oceanslde 3-3S 2-15 San Diego 5:22 6!ot) National Ciy. ...Ar 5:40 6:30 Co! ton Lv. 9:20 ... •San Bernardino.. 9-45 Victor 12-08 .. .. Barstow Ar. 1:20 Barstow Lv. P ' 2?55 Victor 4:05 ... •San Bernardino.. 6:23 Colton Ar. 6:46 National City .Ly A ' 0P- SKIO Man.Diego 8:23 10-00 Oceanslde 10:07 12-20 •Murrietta. ...Ar 1207 Murrietta Lv| 12:27 4:55 £e»f« 1:19 6:15 •Colton Ar 2:10 7-26 Colton Ly. 7:00 2:15 8:00 Pomona 7:50 3:02 8-51 Snn Gabriel 8:40 3:52 9-40 Los Angeles Ar. 0:00' 4:15 10:00 BETWEEN COLTON AND SAN BERNARDINO. I A. M.A. M. P. M. P. M Colton Ly| 8.00: ll.sn 2.20 7.10 San Bernardino ar 8.151 11.40 2.30 7.25 San Bernardino lv 7.20 11.05 1.55 6.40 Colton Arl 7.:-5 l 11.15 2_os_ 6.50 EIVBRSBDE BRANCH. Mixd Mixd Pass. A. M. P. M. A. M Colton Ly 9.20 7.1.'- 11.20 Citrus 9.30 7.30 11 SO Riverside Ar. 9.42 7.5' 11.50 Riverside ...Lv 8.40 6.25 '%M Citrus 8.52 6.45 1.52 Chiton Ar 9.02 7.00 2.(5 "Meal stations. Trains are run on Pacific Standard time. Pullman Sleepers leave on 7 a., m train via Barstow, for Kansas City, via A. A P. and A. T. AB. F. R. R., and on 5 p. v. train for San Diego. Special rates on round trip tickets to all local points. For rates of freight or fare, address Cali fornia southern. Agents at local stations, of _ . _ H. B. WILKINS, Gen. Fr L A Pass. Agent, San Diego, Cal. J. N. VICTOR, Superlnteudent. San Bernardino. Cal. . _ _ WILLIAMSON DUNN, le2B General Agent, Los Angeles. Cal. Los Angeles 4 San Gabriel Valley Railway Time table In effect Nov. 6,1886. Trains are due to depart and arrive nt DOWNEY AVENUE DEPOT as follows: DEPART. ABRIVK. *9:2 l A. 11. *7 54 A. M. +10:36 aM. Ou week days +8:84 A. M. J2:S6 p. n, only. *12 04 p. m +4:16 p. m +1:39 p.m. *5:86 P. M. 14:54 P. M. Theater trams: •11:06 p. m. Taesdsy, Thurs- *7:24 p. M. day and Saturday | On Sunday, only ]J§jg| * To and Irom Lamanda Park. + To aud from Duarte. 1 To and from West Duart° (Monrovia). L, BLANKENHORN, Gen'l Passenger Agent 8. P. JEWETT, Gen'l Manager. seplB SPECIAL OFFERS. HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS. CARPETB, curtains, etc., 50x115: barn; ouly |.'.'oii; balf cash. Several bargains lv homes. 12:100, |2t00.»40.0; furnished. Flue lots In different quarters of the city, only 1)50 to |600; very cbean. EDWD. L. RECKARD A BRO , d 8 lm 26 Temple street. HA 1.00 N N. CLUB.^/ No. lis Spring- St. \ The BOUQUET No. 7 Comercial St, TOM SHAW. Istkf The Palace 113 NORTH MAIN. 118 NORTH BPRCNCL FRANK R. DAY. JIM ABH. Hot Lunch 11:30 to 1 o'clock. n23tf WHITE ADRIATIC FIG THE TRUE FIG OF COMMERCE. 40,000 Trees for Sale, Warranted genuine and true to label. ALSO A FINE STOCK OF OTHER Fruit Trees and Vines Both Raisin and.Wine Varieties.!: . ; Catalogue Free W. ITI. \Y IM.IA.HK, llox 175. Fresno, 4,'nl. ■ d2l-dAw SI'IK 111. HAHU AIMS OFFERED BY Guinii, Shively, Kiley & roropanT, Uli Kprinif Street. HOUSKS AND LOTS. I2soO—House nf 5 rooms on Temple sireet, uew, lot 43x175. 6030—House of 6 rooms on Sixth at., lot 50x 125. 2200—Hou?e of 4 rooms on Louisiana ay.. lot 80x141) 2600—H use of 7 rooms on Second Bt, new, lot 40x120 2200-House of 6 rooms cor. Diamond and Figueroa. lot 50x142. 7000— Hon.e of 7 rooms ou Charity st near Secoud, lot 40x145. 10003—House of 12 rooms on Third st, near Charily St.. lot 132x130. 3000—House of 7 rooms on Olive at., lot .'.0x165. 2 00-House of 6 rooms on Laiard st, lot 50x165. 6000—House of 10 rooms on Charity, lot 60X166. 2300-lloustf of 6 rooms on Temple St., lot 50x85. LOTS. 3 lots on Angelcno Heizhts, each 11100. i 6 lots ou Angeleuo Heights, each 11000. 1 lot on Brooklyn tract, 1400 1 lot on cor. ClurabelUd Uuiou aye, 1750, 1 lot ou Figueroa St., I2OOD. Lots ou Kurtz st. esch j5OO. 1 ts on Lake Shore aveuue, 1350. Lots on Lomitas st, 1300. 2 lots on Figueroa st., extra good, each, 125C0. 3 splendid residences on Hill st 20 acres !4 of a mile from city limits, BUlp able for subdivision, 1250 per acre. Special ageuts for the Slar tract. Also for the Escondido tract, San Diego. A loug list of country properties. Call nt their oßiee and examine. 55 N. SPRING ST., L. A. Janl-lna Notice of Foreclosure Sale. M. L. LEROY, Plaintiff. ) vs. I IIONOItINEBELIIAUDIi-dlvldually and ! as Administratrix of the estate of PI-f erre Jlelliard deceased, aud Arcadia Belliard, Defendants. 1 Under anil by virtue of an order of sale and decree or foreclosure aud sale issued out of the Superior Court of the Couuty of Los ADfelet, -talo ot California, ou the 31st day of Dec ruber, IBS 6, in the ahore entitled action, wherein M. L. Leioy, the above named pla'ntlff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sac against llouoritie Belliard individually and as Ad minstratrix of the estute of Pie.re Belliard, deceased, and Arcadia Belliard, deleniaDts, on the loth day of December, A. D , ISB6, for the sum of 13308 MS 100 in gold coin of the I'uited States, besides $160.10 attorneys fees snd cos's and interest, which said decree was on tbe 13th day of December, A D. 18s6, recorded IA Judgmet t Book 7 of said Court at page 335 et seo. I am commanded to sell all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate lying and beiug in the City and Couuty of Los An geles, State California, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Commencing at a poiut on the easterly line of San Pedro street, said point being 361 feet 6 inches northerly from the N. E. corner of San Pedro and Washington streets aud beiug the northwest corner of the lot deeded to Arcadia O de Belllard, by deed dated March 10,1882, and recorded In book 87, page 369 of deeds records of Loa Angeles county, Running thence S. 76J4 3 E. Five and 47 100 (5 47-100) chains along the liuoof the lands owned vow or formerly by J. Pattlson, thence S. 15° W. on a line parallel with said east line of San Pedro street Five and 47-100 (5 47 100) chains to the northerly line of Washington street, and along ihe easterly line of suld Pattlson, theitce 8. 7614° E.along northerly line ol Washington street, twelve and 47-100 (i 2 47-100) chains to the west line of land o.vned vow or formerly by C. Vejar, Wience N. 14° E seven aud 92 100 ;7 92 100) chains to a point thence westerly ou n line parallel with the noitherly lino of Washing ton street, to easterly line of San Pedro street, thenco south *rjy along easterly Hue of San Pedro street to the poiut of begin ning, conululnt; eleven and one half (Ilia acres of land, it being the land now covered by the mortgage described iv pla'utiff'a complaint, which mortgage is recorded in hook 11 of mortgages, page 401 of tbe records of said county. Public notice is hereby given that on Sat urday, the 29th day of Jauuary. A. I). 1887, at 12 o'clock m of that day. In front of the cou-t house door of the county ol Los An geles, on Spring street, I will, lv obedience tosald order of sale and decee of foreclos ure and sale, sell the above described piop erty, or so mucn thereof as may be neces sary to fatlsfy said judgment, with interest aud cost, etc., to tbe highest and best bid der for cash in gold coin ef tbe United Given under my hand this sth day of January, 1887. JAMES C. KAYS, jan6 td Sheriff of Los Angeles oounty.