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The California Southern will run an excursion from this oity to San Diego on the 25th mat. A. Nolan waa made to ante-up $5 yes terday at the police office for peddling without a licsose. A false alarm was occasioned yester day morning at 10:30 by au electrio wire coming in contact with a wire of the Fire Alarm system. Tho Western Union Telegraph office will hereafter be open on Sun lay from 7:20 A. m . till midnight for the reception •nd delivery of telegrams. Yesterday the palace car Francisco passed through this city en route for Deming The oar was empty hut on the return trip will contain Patti and her voice. Felipe Lastra and Jesus Rsmires, two • toughs, were arrested last uight on U,) per Main street tor fighting. The first , one is one of the worst characters out of the penitentiary. ; . The Coiton Semi' Tropic states that ' H. S. Seymour, of the Uuss House, Sau Francisco, baa taken a large amount of ' atock in the proposed new hotel to be built on Slover Mountain. A Raymond excursion train from Bos ton, with six Pullman palace cars, con taining 104 people passed through Los Angeles yesterday afternoou bound for the Raymond Hotel, Pasadena. The trial of H. Marteen and his em ploye, A. C. Smith, for the alleged em bezzlement of a dresa coat, is set for to-morrow at 10 a. m. The defendants an oat on their own reoogniztnee. Officers Lemon and Lererioh early thia morning caught a gambler named Joe Hunt, who akipped hia bond a week ago, aa he was going off on a L. A. & S. G. V. R. R. train, and locked him up. The examination ot Charles Augustus Williams, the young waiter who tried to rape the First street lady, at whose restaurant he was working, n set for to-morrow at 11 o'clock, iv Justice Austin's court. The condition of Mi s Lorena (idle, one of the victims of the Alameda street railroad accident on Thursday night, waa very precarious last night. Her physicians entertain but little hope of her recovery. The auction sale made by the Lob Angeles Liud Bureau, Kastou & Eldridge, auctioneers, yesterday of the Montana tract property, was quite a success. There was forty lots sold, varying In prioe from $105 to $330 tach. W. B. Otts, tin elderly and crippled lunatic was arrested yesterday at 438 Hope street, by Deputy Sheriffs Coouey and Barnaul. He was placed iv the County jail and will be examined by Judge Brucsou on Monday at 3 o'clock. The approaches of the ne* depot, at all times blocked up with vehicles, were greatly obstructed yesterday afternoon by the moving of a frame house which fairly tilled up all the space between tho yard track and the Alameda street track. Ooorge Jackson, who stole a ham from Perkins'grocery store ou East First street, last Friday afternoon and who was arrested after a severe resistance by Officer Botollo, got 90 days in the county jail yesterday from Justice Austin. Gertie McCaba, the youthful vagaboud traveler from Sedalia, Missouri, who escaped from the Btiys and Girls' AH Society in San Francisco a few days ago, And was recaptured two days after, near the Old Catholic Church, was yesterday sent back to the Home in Sau Fran oisoo. The Michigandera held a meeting at tho Cily Justico's Court room last night. The attendance was very slim. Otfajtra for the ensuing year were elected. At their next meeting they will determine whether to have an entertainment on the 26th, in commemoratiou of Michi gan's admission as a state or not. Mr. Ed. E. Adams now graces the cashier's dtak at the Nadeau House. Tho geuial Ed is no stranger to the hotel busiuesi, asfo. a long time he was con nee ted with the Pico Homo iv its palmy days. Not ouly the manage ment of the Nadeau but tho traveling public in gen eral ia tho gainer by Mr. Adams' accept ance of the position of cashier. A. H. Hutchinson, who was accused of having unlawfully taken a horse, saddle and bridle, property of Pierce Brothers, of East Los Angeles to Ven tura, where ho was arrested on a tele gram from Constable Smith, who brought him back, waa yesterday examiued be fore Justica Austiu on the charge of grand larceny. The defendant was ordered discharged. The Grand View Hotel at Monrovia is rapidly taking rank as oue of the best kept and most luxuriously appointed resorts on the Pacific coast. Mr. J. S. Keefer, its proprietor, is proving him self acaterer of five qualifications. No where in Southern California or indeed elsewhere, oan there be found more home comforts or more perfect cuisine that are guaranteed to the tourist or valetudinary, who takes up his resi dence at Monrovia. The hygienic at tractions of the place are unexcelled in the state, while crystal-pure mountain water flowing from granite fonts, com bined with an exhilarating nir ot sov ereign effioacy to those afflcted with pulmonary and bronchial ailmeuts, mark out Monrovia at the coming Mecca to thoie who desire to combine health seeking with pleasure. Coup's Equescurriculum. The managers of tbe famous "Horse Opera," which has been showing a week p.st at the corner of Fourth and Main streets, have concluded to stay a few days longer in Los Angeles. The prices have been reduced to 25 cents for adults and 13 cents for children. At these cheap prices a matinee will be given to day at 2 o'clock, and the show will open again' at 7:30 in the evening. This pro gramme will be adhered to for the rest of the time spent in Los Angeles. The performance to-day will be a "sacred concert" instead of the usual opera. This is out of deference to the day. A change will be made in the tricks done by the intelligent animils during the rest of the season in tbis city. Railroaded to the Penitentiary. John Bell, on the Bth instant, broke into (he premises of Hanly & Co's spice mill, on San Fernando street and stole a satchel containing samples. He was caught by officer Reel and landed in jail. The next day he was held by Jus tice Austin for trial on tho cLarge of burglary. Yesterday he appeared be fore Judge Cheney in the Sup. nor Court, was allowed to plead guilty, waived time for sentence and was com mitted to the Folsom Penitentiary for one year. Marriage Licenses. The following marriage lioanses were iasned yesterday: Jose Martinez and Petra Snniga; W. R. Haizl p and M. Mo Arthur. Proposed Sanitary Legislation. The State Board of Health met at Sacramento list Wednesday under the presidency of Dr. H. S. Orme. The ob jeot of the meeting was to prepare bills for the Legislature relative to sanitation in the State. The proposed bills will include the proper regulation of vital statistics —births and deaths, which are at present so slovenly regulated that it is a matter of impossibility to correctly know the accessions by birtb in the State during any one month, let alone a whole year. It will be a misdemeanor to bury any person within the limits of the State without a proper burial permit from those authorized to issue the same. Tho vaccination laws will be complete and efficient in the proposed bills, and will provide for the pro uction of a certiti cite of vaccination from childreu before their admission to public schools. The board will also make an effort 10 have the Legislature pass an appropriation, to be drawn on only in the coutiugeucy that a quarantine should have to be es tablished to prevent tbe introduction of yellow fever or smallpox, the uud to I o controlled hy the Governor of the Stale. Gamblers Captured. Chief of Police Skinner, assisted by and six police officers j raided a low saloon kept ly a colored man named ' rowu ou Upper Maiu street, at 11:30 o'clock last night. A new policeman, whose face was unknown to the barkeeper, was sent in to get a drink, afier which he wis allowed to go iuto a back room where a game of stud horse poker was going on. The roctn was full of people. At a given moment the policeman inside gave a signal and the Chief and posse immediately burst into the room and auested the whole crowd, composfd of Bixteeii negroes, Mexicans, Indians and common white trash. They at first showed signs of re sistance, but (|iiieled down when tbey found that the officers were too many. All of the gamblers were locked up in default of $100 cash deposit for Ihe dealer and $-0 apiece for the remaiuder. The friends of ihe prisoners were out all night rustling up coin to hail out their caged partners. The City Center and Williamson Tracts. Mr. Biirllng.tmc, oue of our best street graders, has the contract for opening out the streets of the Cily Center aud William son tracts of the Southern California Laud Co., Baker Block. On accouut of the dry weather the work proceeds slowly, bnt it will be completed lv a first class manner as scon as possible. As the property has I greatly increased iv value no oue can com plain of the unforeseen delay. Merman Theater. The benefit of the Dramatic Section of the Turn Verein will take rlace at the Turner Hall to-night. The comical play. "The Professor of Education," will be presented, after which a ball will take place. No pains have beeu spared to make this the event of the season, Ouly 31 Lots I'naold. There has seldom been a more rapid sale than that of the Jefferson street tract by the Southern California Land Co., Baker Block. The Oregon Lumber Company is pushing forward the material tofu'fill their contract for the erection of seven large and hand some, cottage residences. The griding of the streets has been awarded to the Messrs. Barron. Browning: Tract Is the best tract for the money in the city. Seeing is believing. Horse cars run through the tract. Streets are graded ami sprinkled. Fine two story houses on aud all arouudAhe tract. Price *4">o totSOO; terms easy. For sale by J. W. Browning, No. 7 South Main street, opposite Opera House. First Street Car Line Will commence running in a short time. Those buviug lots on Boyle Heights will see 1 a big advauce. Call aud see Browning nt No. 7 South Main street, opposite Opera House. Only 31 Lots I nsulri. The Jefferson-Street tract, with its vine yards, orange orchards and beautiful build ings, at *290 per lot, iv installments. South ern California Laud Compauy, Baker block. Km jay lourself At the Santa Ana excursion next Thursday. Tourists make a Note of It. The short trips by San Gabriel Valley Railroad aud carriage from Pasadena j through Rose's (siunuy Slope), Baldwin's (•anta Auita) to Sierra Madre Villa, is a j charming way to see the sightsof the valley •nd foothills, their orange groves, viue- j yards and gardeus. Our round trip tickets only $2. South Blverslde. Beautiful mountain scenery. Delightful climate. Stranger, Do you want a good home? If so, and don't want to eive the earth for it, come and see me. I can sell you good ones Irom $1000 up. J. W. Browning, No. 7 South Main St, opposite Opera House. Special Meeting. Los Angeles Lodge No. 42, F. and A. M., will have a special meeting Monday, Janu ary 17th, at 7:30 v. at at their hall on Spring street, for Work in the Sefleud Decree. All brothers in good standing are invited to at tend. By order of W. M. Carr, Secretary. Express copy. Only 31 I,on. I noold. , The Jeffereon-Street tract, with its viue yards, orauee orchards aud beautiful build ings, at $200 per lot, lv installments. South ern California Laud Company, Baker block. (•rand Excursion to Sauta Ana. On Thursday, January 20", 1887. Koyle Heights. See Browning, No. 7, South Main, and take a ride over Boyle Heights before you buy a Home or Building Lot. Free Lecture By Prof, Elizabeth J. French Monday 17th, at 2:30 P. m.. in Opera House Hall. Some experiments with electricity will be made. The public are mo-tcordlally iuvited. Sub ject, "Climatic effect of California upou Disease," A New Arrival. Mr. H. P. Allen, the challenge trousers cutter of tho East, Is fitting up an elegant store opposite the St. El mo for his specialty, Only 34 Lots I usold. The JetTdrson-Street tract, witb its vine, yards, orange orchards and beautiful build ing, at $230 per lot, in installments. South ern California Land Compauy, Baker block. J. w. Browning- Makes a specialty nf Boyle Heights prop erty. Call and see him at No. 7 South Main street, opposite Opera House. South Rlveraide. New railroad town. Good business point. Health, comfort, profit. We Offer Inducements and Mean It. Cheap lots at $41)0, on installments, no In terest; one bouse to every 7 lots; best on Pico st. Blackmau & Hanly, Dowuey Block. For Boyle Heights Property salt on J W. Brownini, No. 7 South Main street, opposite Opera House Go to the New Nado Restaurant, S,. Spring street, to-day for a turkey dinner from sr. M. to 8 r. M. Chicken dinner 11 a. M. to 3 r. n. What do you say, Ma? Why, child, I was telling your Pa tnat the beautiful Waverly was to be sold at auction. We must invest. South Hlveralde. | Broad, fertile valleys. Fine fruit lands, LOS ANGELES DAILY HEEALD. JANUARY 16, 1837. More Room Necessary. Messrs. Strange A Gottschalk, tbe well* kuowu Architects of Los Augeles, fouud their builness increasing so rapidly, lt was deemed necessary to eular ge their facilities for doing lt, and, with "his end lv view they entered into negotiations with Wood A Wilson, No. 22 West First Street, Wl'sou Block, for the purchase of the eutire inter est iv the latter'e.oftice aud busiuess. Tbe negotiations terminated satisfactorily and yesterday Strauge ,v tlottschalk took posses sion, Mr. W W. Wilson remaining lv their employ as draughtsman. Hereafter Strauge A tlottschalk will occupy both their old olllces, Booms ;l aud 4, No. 11 S. Spriug St., and that heretofore occupied by Wood A Wilson, viz, Rooms 11 and 1! W'llsou Block. Mr. F. W. Strange, brother of the senior partuer of the cnterprisiug firm of Strauge & tlottschalk and a gentleman well kuowu to the busiuess community as superinten dent of buildings, will manage the First Street office. The llllWl hen wishes for their future prosperity Is extended ihe rising Arm ol S: range and tlottschalk. Santa Aua excursion next Thursday. A Ueuiitrknblc fuse. Some three months ago John Carroll, K-q., of Dallas, Tex is, came to this city to he treated by Dr. M. Hilton Williams for a very serious affection of the throat and luugs. For eight years Mr. Carrol! hud not spoken a siugle word aloud, and for three years his lungs were badly diseased, there beiug a large cavity iv the upper lobe of tbe right lung. After reinaluiug in Los Au geles for twelve weeks Mr. Carroil left for home last Friday a sound aud healthy mau, loud lv his encomiums ou tbe doctor for his skill in so quickly restoring his voice aud lungs to health. Dr Williams says this climate beats the world. money made By buying lots at the I inta Aua credit auc tion sale uext Thursday. Notice of Meellug of Property flu ners. Notice is hereby given by the under signed that a meellug of owners of properly on Pico street, betweeu Maiu aud Figueroa streets, will be held in the Couucil Cham bers ou Wednesday evening. Jauuary 12th, I*B7, ft 7 o'clock, to consider matters relat ing to the improf eineut of said street. C. E l'honi, J. v. Bethuue, O. C. Barker, J. at. Damrou, C Willard, L. M. Sirattou. aud others. Dated January li, l-sS7. 81.1.} For a rouud-trip ticket to Santa Ana next Thursday. To the Publlc-Mulii Nlrert and tg. i< uli v nil Park liallroud Company. Drivers on this line arc instructed to stop for passengers to get on ok off only at the FAR I lIOSSINOS of streets AND NOT IIF.TWKKN STBBCrs. Our patrons arc requested to govern themselves accordingly. By otder of the Board of Directors. E. M. LOIiUIOKE, Superintendent. Ayer's Hair Vigor improves the beauty of the hair and promotes its growth. It im parts au attractive appearance, a delightful and lasting perfume. While it stimulates the roots, cleanses the scalp, nud adds ele gance to luxuriance, its SffcCtl are endur ing; and thus it proves itself to be the best and cheapest article for toilet use. , Notice of Hi mown. We tespectfiilly desire to announce to the public that finding our present quarters inadequate to onr increasing business, we have purchased tte eutire oltiei and good will of the firm of Wood A Wilson, archi tects, room 12 aud U Wilson block, and said office will hereaf er be used as a branch of our office, 41 S. Spring st. Mr. Wilson will continue lv our employment In charge of the brauch office. STBAHQS A GOTTSTIIALK, Architects. Thousands of Acres, of flood lllcll Laud, Under the bet 6ystem of irrigation in Cali fornia, are offered for sile iv the thriving colony of Anaheim, 27 mi es from Los Au geles. 20 acre homes, Sacre plecesnud to*u lots, very cheap. For -ale by the Los An geles Land Bureau at their office at Ana heim, or 20 W. First street LO3 Augeles. Where Can You Buy Cheaper. The Urmv tract lots are worth more than the price, iltK), even if uo houses included. Six houses to 46 lots and they will all be built aud no going back on this arrange ment. Blackmau A Hauly, Dowuey Block. The I rnir Tract Lots On the Electric Railway, Pico street, are large, cheap aud desirable. Price *4!M. ou installments: one liousetoevery7lotsgiveu. Biackmau and Handy, Dowuey Block. Holmes A Scott. Dealers in coal,'wood, hay aud grain, lj" S. Spriug street. Unc de montebello Ckampagnc. The fashionable imported brand. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the most potent blood purifier, and a fountain of health and sticugth. Be wife iv time. All baneful in fections are promptly removed by this tin equalled alterative. OpruiiiK uf an lllegant New Kumily Hotel. The Maklp.oroi oh is the name of a new aud elegaut family hotel' to be opened Jan 20th, lis*", ou Ellis avenue, near Figueroa street, West End, Los Angeles. First-class rooms aud elegaut table. Due Dc montebello champagne In every flrat class house. Imported brands. not*. J. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist. Tausill's Punch Cigars at P. O. Cigar store. Dnc de Montebello champagne at Weyse Bros.' Horse blankets and buggy robes at Foy's harness shop. Plush parlor suits, easy chairs. New In voice lust arrived at Allen's. Carpets — fall patterns — now arriving. Prices lower thau ever, at Allen's. Burke & Johnson's Dublin Stout for Bale by H. J. Woollacott, 26 Si tt N. Spriug st. If you want to furnish your house with little money, call at Allen's, 32 S. Spring St. Ash, cherry and walnut bedroom sets. Extra inducements offered this week at Allen's. Raphael Si Schlesinger, 15 North Main itreet, take the lead In wall papers and deco rations. H. J. Woollacott, 26 A 28 N. Spring street makes a specialty of fine Kentucky whiskies for family and medicinal use. Go to H. J. Woollacott. 26 & 28 N. Spring street for fine brandy, sherry and cider for cooking and medicinal purposes. O. ti. SHsand, prince of toniorial artists, •W N. Main street. Greatest convenience and elegance; courteous treatmeut. cienoveva, Rakoczy, Hunyadl Janos, Apolliuaris, Bethesda and Vichy mineral waters for sale by H. J. Woollacott, 26 Si 28 N. Spring street. Dr Williams continues to treat all heart, throat and chest diseases by his UuW and popular system of medicated inhalations, 275 N. Main street. Gold Lack Sec, the finest imported cham pagne iv the market. H. J. Woollacott. 26 and 28 N. Spriug street, sole agent. I bis wine can also be obtained from Jerry Illicit. Persons desiring pure California wines to send to their friends in the East will find it to their advantage by calling on H J. Wool lacott, 26 & 28 N. Spting street, and inspect ing the stock. Look! Look! $1000 worth of second hand clothes wanted at J. Allpaa, No. 1(5 Com mercial street, Los Angeles city. Bought aud Bold. Parties not wishing to call In per son can iuform me hy mall through tbe Postoffice and I will send an agent. DIED. FUNERAL NOTICES ONR DOLLAR. NADEAU. — A his residence in this city. Jauuary 15, 1887, Reml Nadeau, seed 68 years.—Funeral services will be held at Congregational church, corner Hill and 3rd streets, on Monday at 11 a. h. HODOKINB—In this city, January 16, Mary A. Hodsltlns. Funeral to-day, (Sunday) January 16th, at 2 o'clock r. m , at tbe residence of her brother, M. E. Hodgkins, 216 Courthouse street. Friends Invited without further notice. £ War Department Signal Service U. S. Army. Division of Telegrams aud Reports for the benefit of Commerce aud Agriculture. Re port of observations taken at Los Angeles, California, January U, 18t>7: I 3 W W a i ill I g « : I i lj. I 43 10 I N 4 ' 6U SO W li I 88 51 | \V 4 SO Southern California LAND COMPANY, 214 North .via Hi Street'lUker block) The sole projectors of the successful CHILDS Tit ACT, URMSTON TRACT, CITT CENTER TRACT, WILLIAMSON TRACT, Howes Tract, Eleventh-street Block, Etc. Tlie Jefferson Street Tract, Located in tha southwest quarter of the city AMIDST THE WONDERFUL IMPROVEMENTS NOW aCCJtfI FORWARD, And near tne uew Vermont aye. cable road. 1 02 Lots at $290 Each. Size of Lots, 50x13(1. First payment fjO Monthly payments ..ISO With oat Interest. SEVEN SPLENDID RESIDENCES Now being erected, the contract given to the Oregon Lumber Company and the buildings in the course of construction. ALL THE 31'REETS TO BE GRADED. Lots ouc-linlf the f'rice of the Present Room ! LOCATION ON THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF JEFFERSON STREET AND WESTERN AVENUE. fV-o mk*t 1O 2 LOTS !fJd SEVEN ELEGANT RESIDENCES, Costing from JIIOO to ?J,0"0, go with the property, the whole being SOLD ON THE HOMESTEAD PLAN The same as all the tracts which thiscom- VMiiy has successfully placed before the public, and which are above named. DIVISION OF THE TRACT MAY 14, 1887. The Books arc Now Open. d2s Real Estate Buyers f Best Location . . .TO BUY Fine California Wines, Brandies, Etc. ASSORTED CASES TO SHIP HOME EAST TO YOUR FRIENDS FOR CHRISTMAS! CALL AND PRICE THEM. Joe Bayer & Co., 29 N. Main St. TclepUoneNo.3B. FREE DELIVERY! ALSO Choice Old Whiskies, WQolesale aol Rstail. ll Lets to Sntt. AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED Peruvian Bitters! JOE BAYER & CO., ' to North.main Street. A. 11 ITI 111 114. Nt A SONS. PPP KERB 000 PPP f. RREK"" SSSS SSSS TTTTT 000 RRRR KEEK PPK OOPPL R I S R 8 T O O R R X PPK. OOPPL F, " R S TOORRR PPF. OOPPL X S S TOORRR PPP ER O O PPP 1. RR SSSS SSSS TOO RRRR RR PK O • O P L E It STOORRR PK OOP I. It S RTOORRR P X OOP E R SS 8 STOORRR P ERKK 000 P I.LLLLEEER SSSS SSSS T 000 B R KERR... A.. HAMBUE&EE & SONS. c On Monday, January 17th, WE WILL HAVE A SPECIAL SALE OK Ladies' Muslin Underwear. There is a stock of $2500 worth of these garments sent to ns by the manu facturer, who wants mouey out of them by February Ist. Look at them; range in price from 25c to $2 50. They will be exhibited on onr center tables and on our Ladies' Underwear counter. We express the opinion that they are cheaper thau it is possible to make them up at home. Our MR. HAMBURGER leaves for New York on the 18th inst. to select our Spring Goods aud to pick up such as remain from Fall that are excess ively clout! nnd adapted to the uses of our climate. As he will commence loading up with goods immediately upon hi* arrival, we are very anxious to re duce our atock to tlie lowest passible state, and offer you iuducements to purchase, as follows : Our Blanket Stock We think too large. A Brown Blanket we sold at $1.35 we have reduced to SI. We call the attention of Horse owners to thia Blanket. It is cheaper and . better than anything you buy for double the money, aud is a Double Blanket. At §1,50 we offer a Double Grey Blanket that we sold at §2.25. We cdl the at tention of and Merchants. We will close out quantities nt the same prices. At (2.00 we we will sell n full'licsd 10-4 Brown-Grey Blanket that is cheap at §4. We think this the best Blanket for the money anywhere. At 92.95 WI will sell a full-sized 11-4 Grey Bl iukot. a Blanket that is well worth §5, At these prices the goods are more than sacrificed. Oar White Blanket stock is reduced in the same ratio and eagerly seeks a disposal of its stock. Iv the same department we are offering Linen Towels, Warranted all linen, at SI and 51.50 a dozen; and at ISjjt: we uro offering an ele gant Linen Dimask red center-figure Towel: this is well worth 35c. An all-linen bleached NAPKIN at SI.OO a dozen, $of n yard square, a Napkin that we sold as a bargain at $2.50. These are anxious prices. At 75c a dozen we nre selling Bleached Napkins that are well worth SI .25 to 51.50; and in Bleached Muslin, oue equal to the Lonsdale, 16 yards for §1; in Unbleached Muslin we are selling a splendid are, 10 yards for SL These prices are less than the goods are now sell ing for at tbe mills. We call your attention to an article in Canton Flannel, In Bleached nnd Unbleached, at 12.1 c a yard; it is as good as is retailed for 16 2 3c, and certaiuly is better thau you can buy anywhere else for the same money. 11l Our Cents' Furnishing Goods Department We sell Men's Blue-Clouded Shirts or Drawers at 45c a piece. You pay elsewhere 75c for the identical article. Scirlet all-wool Shirts or Drawers SI apiece; we have sold them right along for SI 25, and you cannot buy them anywhere uuder 51.75. A very superior article of C unel's Hair Shirts or Drawers aud tinest fleece nil wool scarlets at $1.50; cannot touch them again under 18,50. In Boys', we have (irey Merino Shirts at 25c, sizes 28 to 34, aud an article in Scotch Merino Shirts or Drawers, stSM 28 to 34, at 45c that you won't buy again under 75c. These are splendid goods. Men's or 15 iys' White Unlaundried Shirts, 50:'; Laundried, 75c. Btiys' Calico Shirts. laundried, s'jo; Men's, 75c. Socks, for Men and Boys, at any price from bvjc upwards. An item worthy of notice is B>ys Kelt Hits—we have just received nn invoice of them from the largast m luut'acturer in the United States. For some reason or other the goods did not reach us within two mouths of the time they should and the allowance in ide us for the delay enables us to sell them at 75c, SI.OO and $1.25, whioh is just half their value. In our Dress Goods Department we nre showing every piece of silk, satin, or Dress Goods iv our stock under fifteen yards. Tney ure all dove up as remnants, the number of yards contained aud the price of the remnant marked plainly. We have marked them at 50c on the $1 of their selling price, and they are moving rapidly. We also determined to close out a line of Brocaded and Striped Dress Satins. Although they are the most desirable of Dress Stock and all new goods, yet we prefer to put the money in them into goods in other Departments, and have decided to sell everyone regardless of price, at 650 a yard. They are only street shades, We desire to call your attention to our closing sale of Ladies' Felt Hats; we have placed on sale all the American Kelts we have at 50o; former prices were fl, 51.50 and $1.75. We are selling our Trimmed Kelts tt ahout 50c. on the $1 of former prices, and if you need anything at all in this iino, a little money now will buy a great deal iv the way of head gear. The Pride of the House is The Shoe Department. Our prices proclaim its merits. We think we sell shoes cheaper than any house in the country. We have the right goods; are all made for us. We know who m ikes eich p lir, and we take pleasure in selling them. We bave infants shoes at 50 cents. They are sewed, made out of whole stock, and will wear as long Re those you pay 750 to SI for. We have children's school shoes, with Solar tip, at 75j; with a copper tip, at 85c. They are made in Boston. Made well, and beat any thing for school shoes you'll buy for $1 25 all to pieces. Misses' School Shoes at $1; Misses' Glove, Grain and Pebblo Giat Solar Tip Button Shoes at $1-50; Misses'Curacoa Kid, Spring Heel Shoes at $1.50. These goods sell at 82 and $2.50. Ladies' Shoes at $2.25. Freuch Kid at $2.75, $3, $3.50 up to $6, for the best work that's inado, Boys shoes in sizes Ito 6. Our shoes are not stogies; they have shape and style, made by the best manufacturers aud over the latest ami most improved lasts. In Ladies' Skirts of repellant and ladies' cloth we can give you a very good article at 750. and iv shoulder shawls at 2nd, for a half wool; oOj. for an all wool and 15c. for pure cotton shawl, \ A. HAMBURGER & SONS, PPP KKRE 000 PPP L RERB"" SSSS SSSS TTTTT 000 RRRR KKKR P P X OOPPL R -8 B 8 B T OOR RK p PR OOPPL P. "8 8 TOORRR f p PR OOPPL R 8 S T OORRR PPP ER O O PPP L RR SSSS SSSS T O O RRRR XX , p R oqp l r 8 stoor'rr! P X OOP L X 8 STOORRR P ■ OOP L R 8 S 8 C T O O R R H _ P ERRS 000 P LLLLL EBER SSSS SSSS . T 000 B RBKRR_ lead Tiiisß 4 D Buy. 169-3 nice lots, East Los Angeles $ SOO 4t.2—Dalsv lot, Scblotfeiln tract 900 434—Lot, Urmstou tract 980 121—150x160, Hope atreet, coruer 7500 1r.!—60x165, Fort atreet IiCOO 118—H0x166, Hone end Nil th 7600 418—60x150, Pearl sireet; a beauty 8500 471—72x150, Texas atreet 1500 4tis—6oxlso, Pico street pirn 4i'.<i—lsoxlB6, olive street; an A No. 1 puicbase 7300 NO. 4 < Ol It I M 111 I l . 140—100x165,Olive street JIOOOO till—Choice lm, "Keverance". 'uOO 4111-50x11 r., Flower street -mo 4U«— 00x100, Longstreet tract 1000 Wff-«0xl60. Grand avenue "" goo 879—100X150, York, near Figueroa 2i'oo !WB-bOxlO\ Si.ters of Charily tract.'' 5» 321-.ii.xHS Boyle Heights tiO NO. 4 OWIIT STHEET. HOUSES AND LOTS. 101—120x105, nices-room cottage, fnrulshed; cellar. Hue clsteru, good baru; small, neat, 1-ronm cottage; every variety of finest.kind o fruits; possession imme diately; see this at once aud stop p lying rent; flue lawn. Bowers, i,hade aud or namental trees, Hone pavtmcut, hedge, etc.: cheap at SfctCOo. 8 303-House aud lot, Woolen Mill trsct- pos session at once; installment plan, $2250 —SiOOcosh, balance inouthly. 1467—Beautiful home ou Hill street; house !> rooms, 2-story, uearly new, eve.y mod- improve ment; lot 60x155 to al.ey; 1150—6.r00m cottage, first-class; Flower, ueai Sixth; lot 50x1,5 to alley sower connections; good value, $5700 1416-2 acres: flue cot age, elegant grounds; five estate; $20,000 NO. 4 « 111 itt STREET. 1432—Lovely home. Pearl street, coruer, 11 rooms, lot 60x160; hath, pantry, 18 clos ets line barn I hot. cold and soft water all through the bouse, flue cellar and cement floor; don't mbs it; $10 600 130x-i;oo(l house and 10-, Qarva'nsa, lot 10.1X210; $400 cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years; a bargain; Sl6OO. 130x-New 2-story house, 11 rooms, parlors 15x19 eaoh; hot and cold water, gas, baths, patent closets, electric bells, open grates, marile mantels, 9 closets; stone pavement, everything complete; first class and possession given Immediately; lot 50x155 to 20 foot alley, ou line of cars and In flrst-ciass neighborhood; a gilt edge buy; only $8000 NO. 4 COCHT STREET. RANCHES. Choice piece lv the Lick tract to trade for city property. 51% acres on line of proposed dummy road. All Improved with finest varieties of vines aud trees; 35 iv viueaand lOUlutrees; all m bearing lv '87. Lots of water piped onto the ranch. Corner and flue frontage. Will pay 10 per cent the comiuK year, 100 per cent iv twelve mouths, ami 920,000 takes A fine nlf tlfa ranch. 28 sere, good house, orchard and garden; flue barn. 4«xV2, wag on shed, poultry house and Incubator witb brooder. Will cut 150 tons al iiila the coni ng year. Tools aud all gnSi at *r>» NO. 4 t (M il r STREET. 100 Acres, three miles from SanU Ana; good house; 7 rooms; bam, 30x4.i; two arte sian wells; coin crib; panels for fenclug; a No. 1 moist Uud, no irrigitton necessary; o acres fn alfalfa; a flue ranch for $9000. 38 aercs at Savannah; 1 sere in blue gums, 6in fruit trees aud 11 iv vines; 20 acres un improved; 6-room liouse; well, wind mill mnl t iuk; a cheap property; $5000. acres at Pasadena; 8-rooin house; well improved: flue view; five mluutes from K. K. station; every variety of fruit; wa.er stock: also well; $300 per acre. 30 acres of the very best laud at Crescnta Canada, with water, a bargain at $76 pel acre. Erisv terms. 10acres <k mile s-mth of Jefferson, $3,500. 59 acres at Compton. Five alfalfa ranch; 20 acres, all set, will cut 24U tons thia year; small house and orchard, I artesian wells, 9 miles from P. O . $150 per acre. 22 acres at the Duarte, old orchard, good house, 5 minutes walk from station; lots ot water. Paid 10 pit cent, ou $26 000 last year. Cheap at $17,000. KALL & C ME. NEW OFFICE. NO. 1 I 111 11 1 STREET. fjen-Mouey Loaned. Insurauce Effacled. TELEPHONE 477 P. O. BOX 86. BEIST. E WARD. jao-lm. Consumption Can be Cured! This has heen demonstrated iv thousands of cases treated by Dr. M. Hilton Williams. 27.i N. Main si., I,as Angeles, With his new system of Medicated Inhala tions comoiucd with proper constitutional remedies f r the liver, stomach, slood, etc. Probably uo system of practice ever adopted has been so universally successful ns that introduced by Dr. Williams for the cureof Catarrh, Throat Diseases, B.onchltis, Asthma and Consumption. Over7s.oJo cases treated during the past 20 years, for some form of head, throat or lung trouble. The following Is a sample of the hundreds of flattering tes imonia s given: Los Anuki.es, CaL, Sept. 21,1886. Dr. M. Hilton Williams; Dear Sib:—l have been contemplating for some time past makiug a statement of my case and the benefit I have derived from your treatment, rememb-ring how glad I would have been could I have seen .something of the kind from a person in the city to whom I could have referred, wheu 1 first cime to Los Augeles fiom my home in New York State. I had beeu sutferln-r for several years with what various physicians In the East pio uounceii "'chroulc ulcerated laryngitis.*' I speut considerable time at the CUftou Sani tarium, and employed the best medical skill I could flud, all without any perma nent heuetii, aua a last resort our family physician rceommeuded Los Augeles. For a time I improved, aud then I began to go backward and ull my former symptoms re turned. Through a medical friend I was induced to try your treatment, which I did August 29, DB4 I became very much discouraged at times, but persevered, as I felt almost desperate aud kuew of nothing else to turn to. My throat trouble being aggravated by a serious stomach illtllculty, made it very obstinate to deal with, but at last, aftetper severing for a time with the use of "four remediea.l couslderl am permanently cured If this will be of auy value to you, yau are at perfect liberty to use it; also to refar any one to my mother, my husbaud, or myself. Very truly yours, MRS. J. D. WILEY", 821 Olive si.. Los Augeles, Cal. Newhall, Cal ; Sept. 22, 1686. Dr. Williams: Dear Sir:—! write to tell you how much I thank you for what you have done me. My catarrh aud deafuess, which have been a hurdeu to me for so long a time, are entirely cured aud my general health so much im proved that I feel like a different person. Thanking you »galu for your many deeds of kindness, lam respectfully yours. Miss Annie Richards. Riverside, Oct 17, 1886. To the many testimonials won by Dr. Williams it gives me pleasure to add my own to tho list so highly In his favor. For nearly two years I bad beeu suffering from throat and lung trouble, brought on by ca tarrh. Had tried many remedies In the meautime, but found ouly temporary relief After two mouths treatment, prescribed by Dr. Williams, my cough left me altogether and I vow have uo pain In my throat or luugs as formerly- I cannot speak too highly of the benefits I have received, aud shall ever be grateful to oue who Is worthy of the highest recommendatlou. Miss Minnie H. Harris, Riverside, Cal. Los Anoeles, Cal., Nov. 26,1886. Miss Clara Fooshee, who lives near the Temple street reservoir, says:—' When I began treatment with Dr. M. Hilton Will lame, June 14.1884, the doctors said I was in the second s:age of consumption. They also told my relatives that I could not live long, x was very bad at that time, cough ing lame quantities of pus from mv lung where the cavity existed. As soou as I began t eatmeut with Dr. Williams I began to Im prove, and lv a few mouths I entirely reuov cdmj health, which has continued perma nent in every particular, although it Is now over two years since I was treated by him. Persons desiring treatment hy this system of practice can tisethe remediesat home as well is at our oßlce, aud which will causa no Inconvenience or hindrance to business whatever. I have seen so many of these cases cured that I do uot consider any case hopeless un less both lungs are seriously Involved. Even then the Inhalations aid us iv dissolving tbe mucus and in contracting aud healiug the cavities, which nothlug else can do with tbe same success. The very beat references from those already cured. CONSULTATION FREE. Those who desire to consult witb me in regard to their cases bad better call at the office for consultation and examination, but If Impossible to do so can write for a copy of my Medical Treatise, containing a list of questions. Address, m. HILTON WIEI.IAITIS, SI. 276 North Main street, Los Angeles. CaL Oflloe hours from 9:30 A. n. to 4 p. a.