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DAILY HERALP. CITY COUNCIL. Municipal Matters Consid ered Yesterday. JIOKE BAILWAY FRANCHISES. An Interesting Executive Session. Budget of the Board of Public Works. Tho City Couucil met at 2:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon, President Breed in the chair, and all of the members pres ent except Messrs. Hyans, Lambie, Johnson and Willard. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. REPORT OK CITY OFFICERS. The Auditor presented his report of tho condition of the several funds of the city. Finance Committee. The Superintendent of Streets pre sented a payroll amounting to $045. Finance Committee The Tlinjero presented a payroll amounting to fifty-two dollars. Finance Committee. The Chief ef Police reported that he had received $1629.50. in licenses, col lected $583, and returned uncollected $1946.50. Finance Committee. The Mayor reported that $632 worth of water had been sold daring February, Finance Committee. UNFINISHED BUSINESS. The contract and bond with Union Iron Works for oaten-basins, waa pre sented and approved. The bond ot the Central Street Rail way was presented and approved. George C. Knox consented to act a commissioner in the Conrthouae-street arbitration. Ratified. A resolution was adopted providing for tke redemption of certain city bonds. The contract with Richard Maloney for building hose carta waa approved. The contract with N. C. Mayo for briok work was approved. The ordinance granting a franchise to the Central Street Railroad, laid over for one week, was read and approved, aa was also the bond of the Company. BOARD Of PUBLIC WORKS Aaked further time on petition of George Cumminga. Granted. Oa petition of B. H. Mayo to grade the intersection of Eighth and Beacon streets. Recommended the same be granted. So ordered. On petition of H. R. Ransome and others to have Texas steeet grade changed to a four per cent, grade be tween Temple and Courthouse streets, asked further time. Granted. On petition of Jas. T. Brown and others to grade on Georgia street. Rec ommended, the same be granted, pro vided the work is done iv accordance with speci6cations, and whole block is graded at the time. Concurred in. 9a petition of R. K. Brown to have damages to hit property assessed by the commission appointed in the Courthouse street report. Recommended the same bo granted. So ordered. On bill of Prick Bros, for storm.water drains, recommended that they be paid sixty per cent, on the last bill rendered. Se ordered. On netitionof Viotor Beandry to have grades established on hia tract between Chaves and Alameda streets, recom mended that the City Surveyor propose ihe same. So ordered. On bills for storm-water regulator, rec ommended that the contract be awarded to James Wadsworth for the brick work at 9675, said bid being the lowest in ac cordance with the specifications, and the contract for iron work be awarded to Bath A Fosmir, they being the lowest bidders. So ordered. Recommended that the Street Super intendent be instructed to lower the ranja pipe crossing Eleventh street to the established grade. So ordered. Asked one week's further time on all petitions for street railway franchises. Granted. That bill of M. H. Ledbetter for re pairing Downey-avenue bridge be paid. Referred to Finance Committee. That resolution to grade La ma drive be withdrawn. So ordered. THE FINANCE COHMITTEK Reported the examination of the reports of sundry city officers and recommended that they be filed. So ordered. That the petition of L, W. Dennis for a rebate of taxes be denied. So ordered. That the salary of the Clerk of the Oily Justice's Court be increased to ♦37.50 per month, provided the county makes a similar allowance. So ordered. That the Clerk advertise for boarding prisoners in the city jail. So ordered. MISCELLANEOUS!, The Board of Fire Commissioners re ported that the petition of S. C. Hubbell had been referred to the City Attorney. Filed. That the communication from the Manchester Locomotive Works had been accepted as amended. Filed. Mr. Perry called attention to a dis mantled culvert on Aliao avenue. Re ferred to the Board of Public Works. Mr. Teed moved that Mr. Hubbell be notified to connect with the Sand-street sewer. So ordered. Mr. Frankentield moved that the property owners on Maiu street, between Arcadia and the Pico House, be notified to remove posts standing on the side walk; proprietor of the Hollenbeck block also to be notified. So ordered. The Mayor presented a communica tion calling attention to the lot next lo tbe new postoffioe. The Superintendent of .Streets reported that a sewer was be ■an put in to drain the lot. Ou motion of Mr. Kuhrts the owner of the lot was notified to abate the nuisance. Mr. Leheay, given permission to speak, •aid tbe city owed him five days and a half of water and he wanted it. Re ferred to tbe Zinji Committee. Mr. Davidson, a member of an irriga tion association in the southwestern por tion, made a representation and was re ferred to the Z »nji Committee. THE Mir ATTORNEY. Tbo City Attorney presented draft of an ordinance changing official bed of the Los Angeles river to conform to the present bridges. Adopted. The Mayor reported that W. C. Smith, Vioe-President of the Atohison, Topeka and Sauta Fe Railroad Company, was ready to proceed with the building of the levee as soon as the city made a deed to tbe property aligning the river granted to the road. Filed. Tho City Attorney presented an ordi nance defining tho lines of Pico street between Pearl and Maiu streets. Adopt ed. The Mayor reported that the reason the streets were uot sprinkled was owing to the absence of Mr. Donegan from the city; also the contract had not yet been signed. Mr. Jones moved that a crosswalk be built at Spring street on the north Hue of .Second street. The motion was withdrawn. Mr. Perry moved that a crosswalk be established on Main street north side of Second. So ordered. ■IDS. The following bids were received for Face Powder. Don't use poisonous faoe powders. Free man's medicated invisible Is gusrenteed absolutely harmless, preserves tbe complex ion removes blemishes and retails for two bits, try It. ItIIitCIiLLAIVLOiS. A Suggestion. Those pprsons who have heard so much of the far-famed Dr. Henley's Celery. Beef and Iron, and yet have not giveu it a per sonal trial, would do well, if they have any complaint of liver, bowels, stomach or kidneys, or are troubled with debility, insomnia, loss of spp*tlte, loss of tlesh, or gastric Instability, to slve thl« wouderlul discovery a fair trial. Celery, Beef and lrou Is wonh millions 10 the human family. There is nothing deleterious in this tonic, but is a safe and valuable remedy for many troubles. For sale by all drugjists. A Choice Residence Lot TO BE GIVEN AWAY.! I WILL GIVE TO THE PERSOS OFFER- Iag to build the best resdeucc a lot worth $800. Said lot being their choice of any one of nine corner lots of my subdivision of Alhambra Property! No offer to build residence to cost less than $!000 will be accepted. The award will be made on Thursday, March 3d, And any or all of the remaining 18 lots will be sold. This property is 3 blocks from The Alhambra Hotel, BUT A SHORT DISTANCE FROM DSPOT Is Well Supplied with Water AND IS FINELY IMPROVED. /fJOr*TRAINS leave Los Angeles for Al hambra at 7:10 and 9:30 A. H. LUNCH. FBEE lor Ail wks Attend. £sF*"For further information address J. M. TIERNAN, 1 San Gabriel, Or DR. T. D. KELLOGG, Alhambra. feb6-3un—FrlASat TDIKEN SPRING VEHICLES. OVEB 400,*J00 IN L'SE. Easiest riding vehicle made. Rides ns easy with one person as two. The springs lengthen and shorten according to the weight they carry. Equally well adapted to rough country reals aud flue drives of cities. Manufactured and sold by all lead ug carriage builders and dealers. feblO 3m EDGAR SESSIONS, (Successor to W. D. Vawtcr A Co.) Santa iflonica. HAVING PI'BCHASED THE MERCHAN dise ftock of W. D. Vawter A Co., at Bauta Monica, I will coutinue the business at the same old place on Thlr I, t reel. Ask ing for a continuance oi the favors bestowed upon the old firm, I will do my best to please all customers. EDGAR SESSIONS. febl3lm-tues,fri,suu. C. G. OILMORE. BRANSON FORBES. C.G.GILMORE&CO., BROKERS For the Sale of Business Opportunities ANP ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. Parties wishing to buy or sell a business tbat will bear a thorough iuvestigatiou, are requested to call upou us.as we have special faciliiiea for such transactions. Tothe pur chase aud sale of all kinds of personal property wo give our close attention. A list of choice bamalns always ou hand. We also do a general Brokerage Business. All busl ness intrusted to us will be transacted wilh promptness aud dispatch. C. G. (iILMORE A CO., 30 North Spring street, L >s Angeles. _ feyitoomi), over People's Store. 117-lm Due de Montebello Champagne FINE IMPORTED CHAMPAGNE, FOR MERLY THE PROPERTY OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE "DUO D'AUMALE" AND THS PRINCE! D'ORLEANS. OF THE ROYAL FAMILY OF FRANCE. WEYBEBROB.—TELEPHONE 11 and 38ft. SOLD BY THE CASE OR THE BOTTLE d 25 lm IT >~U«,wl RESTORED. Remedy 111 A Ail Free. A vicim of youth llluiillUUU lul imprudence, causlug premature decay, nerv ous debility, lost manhood, etc., having trcd in vain every known remedy, has dis covered a simple self-cure which ho will send FRF Eto his fellow sufferers. Address , 0 I. MASON, Postoflice box 8179, New York City. exoavating the Upper Main-etreet sewer: John Genilla, 60 oents per fool; trick Bros., 494 oents per linear foot. Con tract awarded to Frick Bros. THE CHARTER COMMITTEE. City Attorney Daly from the Commit tee on Charter made a report of the work done in Sacramento. He said that owing to failure to agree with Oakland on a charter Ihe White bill published in tbe Herald yesterday, was substituted and will probibly become a law. Also the bill allowing cities of over 10,000 to frame their owu charters, On motion of Mr. Teed a vote of thanks was tendered to the Committee. Mr. Jones moved that the matter re ferred to in ihe Evening Express, con cerning one of the city ofn.ials, be re ferred to the Finance Committee fur investigation. So ordered. THE ZAN.IA COMMITTEE Recommended that the Zutjero make estimates of cost of repairs on /'. mju 7. So ordered. In matter of petition of Leslie F. Gay to clo-e zanja on Upper Main that it be granted. So ordered. Ou petition of Mrs. Louise Garey to connect with a zanja, that it be granted if she pay four dollars per mouth. So ordered. The Committee also presented plans and apecitications for brick work on Zanja Madre and iecommended that bids be advertised for, So ordered. APPLICATIONS FOR FRANCHISES. Charles G. Raymond and L. W. Dennis presented a petition for a fran chise for a street car line over the fol lowing route: Commencing at a point in the Washington Gardeu tract, theuce along Hill sireet to Eleventh street, thence to Grand avenue, thence to Ninth street, thence to Fort, thence to Third, thence to Spring, thence to Courthouse, thence to Mam, thence to Reiiuena, thence to Wilmington, thenca to a short street, thence to Vine, thence to First, thence to iron bridge at the river; commencing again at north bound ary of First street, thence along Vignes street to Sainsevain street, thence to Commercial street and Main sireet, thence along Maiu and Spring streets to Courthouse street, commencing at a point on Alvarado street where Seventh street intersects the same, thence along Seventh to tbe river, commencing at a point on Seventh s'.re-t and Los An geles, running along Los Angeles to ftanchtz, thence aloug Sanchez around the l'laz i to Olivera street, thence along Olivera street to Alameda street, theuce along Alameda to Chavez, thence along Chavez to north of Naud'a warehouse to Sotello street, thence along Sotello sireet to the Southern Pacific railroad depot. Referred to the Board of Public Works. THE ELEVATED ROAD. From Ralph Rogers for a franchise for an elevated railroad as following: Com mencing at the northern boundry of the city of Los Angeles whete the same is intersected by Pasadena avenue, and running theuce southerly along Pasa dena avenue lo Daly street, thence to Hoff, thence along Hoff, crossing the Los Angeles river on the southerly side of tbe Buena Vista street bridge to in tersection of Buena Vista and San Fer nando streets, thence along San Fer nando to Alameda, along Alameda to New Main, New Main to southerly side of Plaza toSauobez street, along Sanchez to Arcadia, along Arcadia to Los An geles, along Los Angeles to Seventh, along Seveuth te Main, along Main to Ninth, along Ninth to Grand avenue, along Grand avenue to Adams, along Adams to Figueroa, along Figueroa to the southern boundary of tbe city. The road to-be completed within eighteen months. Biard of Public Works. PETITIONS, COMMUNICATION'S, ETC. The following petitions were ordered r.-ferred by the Cierk: From H. McCartney, asking the re turn of overpaid taxes. Finance Com mittee. From P. Ballade et al,, calling atten tiou to a pool of stagnant water on Buena Vista street. From W. A. Field, for a rebate of taxes. From B, E. De Hart et al., to estab lish grade of Union avenue. From Mary Green, protesting against change of grade on Courthouse street, between Hope aud Flower. From Mary H. Banning, to purchase lot 4 in block F. From Johu D. Bicknell, to join with the city in grading Rock street, between Fort street aud Cemetery avenue. From R. J. Price et al., calling atten tion to the fact that sewer water hud damaged their property ou South Maiu street. EXECUTIVE SESSION. A motion was made and carried to ad journ, and the President stated that there were matters to come up that would require an executive session. Tbe outsiders aud reporters were then ex cluded from the hall and the Council commenced a star-chamber proceeding. The matter was in reference to whether the water now being developed at Crys tal Springs by the City Water Company, came from the river, the water of which stream belongs to the city. The City Engineer gave it as his opinion that tbe Crystal Springs water came from the river. It was determined to call for an investigation by and an opinion from State Engineer Hall, and a committee was appointed for that purpose. It is feared that when the present franchise by which the City Water Company uses the river water expires, they will claim as their own tho water developed from Crystal Springs, aud the Council pro poses to establish in advance the fact that by developing water at Crystal Springs tbe river is tapped. It was also decided at the Executive session to allow the Police Department a secret service fund of 850 per month. Tbe Executive session then adjourned. Cure for Piles. PILES are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to sup pose he haßsome aifectiou of tbe kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of Indigestion are present, flatulency, un easiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture like perspiration, producing a very disa greeable Itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, bleeding and Itching piles yield at once to tho application of Dr. Bossnko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts affected, absorbing the tumors, allaying the Intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price 60 cents. Address the Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by E. F. Helnzeman. RedJStar TRADE MAHK. rcc from Opiates, JSmclios tuuX I'oiso.i SURE* V-K^tS. AT Plll.'0i;l-T i AM> DEII.KK9. '■HE CIIAULES A. VOUKLLU CO., DALUttOni, KB. mM Mrdrar/byOM Aleott A LUk, Ha**,.,,..,. Clnolnaatl,BVHi SoldbrDnigfUH. \ LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 1. 1886. BANKINM MW'NFS. First National Bank ! OF LOS ANGELES. Capital Stork «ICO,OOO Surplus $195,000 E. F. BrENrs, . '■ li '. - - - Presidont J. M. Elliott, Cashier DIRECTORS: J. D. Bleknell. J F. Crank, H. Mabury, Wm. Lacy, E. F. Spence. stockholders: Est. of A. H Wilcox, James McCoy. O 8. Witherby, F. Q. Story, .. F. Crank, A. L. Laukersbim, Mrs.J E. Hollenbeck, Wm Lacy, H. Mabury, 8 H. Mott, L. H Carlton, E F. Spence, J. D Bleknell, .L M Elliott. LOS AUGELES COUSTX Bill, Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal. Capital Stock pali I p. #100,000. Reserve Fund, SIOO.OOO. JOHN R, PLATER President. X S. BAKER Vice-President. GEO. 11. STEWART Cashier. DIRECTORS. H ti MacNeil, foriiAM Bisnv, John E. Plater, Robh-tS Bakes, John A Paxton. bio. W. Prkscott, B. M WIONKY. £jsynrv ANo Sell Exchange: On Ban Franc sco New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort, £sJ*"BrY Exchanges on all parts of the United States and Europe. Money on open acount andcertidcateiddepo.it, aud do a general banking and exchange business. FABIEBS' and MERCHAKTS'BAKK j OF LOS ANOELES. Established iv.... IB* Paid T T p Capital «2H0,000. Surplus aud Reserve Fuud.. •oO">,000. Total •700,(100. Isatas W. Bellman Pr sident L C. Goodwin Vice-President John Milnek Secretary BOARD OK DIRECTOKB. Isnias W. Hellman, I John S. Griffin, O W Childs, 0 E. Thorn, PhD. Gamier, I J. B. Lankershlm 0. Bucommun, | Jose Mascarcl. tßtr~ Exchange for sale on New York. Loudon, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris and Ber lin. Receive depoits and Issue their cer tificates. Bnv and sell Governments, State, County and City Bonds. Sontbern California National BanK, Nadeau Block. JOHN I. REDICK President L. N. BREED ...Vice-President WM. F. BOSBYSHELL Cashier Paid in o«htal «IOO,OOI». Authorized Capital •SOO,Ot>O. Dlrectors-T,. N. Breed, B. T. Newell. H A. Barclay, Charles E Day, Alexander Pen ney, D M Graham, E (,'. Bnshyshell. M. Hagan, Frank Rader, William F. Bnshyshell, John I. Redlek 124-tf Los ingalss SaTinp ijanl. _fV% NORTH MAIN «*T. CAPITAL, ■ . • , $SOO.<MM> PRESIDENT L. O. GOODWIN SECRETARY J. V. WAOHTEL Board of Directors: (SAIAS W. HSLLHAR JOHN E. PLATSS Rod r. 8. Bakkb, Johs A. Pit res, L. C Gnonwrx. Term Deposits will he reosived In trams of on hundred dollars and over. Ordinary Deposits In sums of Sen dollars sad over. Money so loan on first-class Real Estate. Los Angeles. July I,ISB4 1 Los Angeles National Bani NO. 64 NORTH MAIN STREET, Los Ay vpl»s. Dal. Surplus «tO,OOO, Capital »300,000 DIRECTORS : Da. W O. Coohras, H. H. MABKHAM ■ Psaar M. Gams, Jons Prison, Sa Dr. E. SnsusAnoH, F. C. Howas. Oao. H. Bomsaau. JBTExohange for salo on ail the prindps! cltlo 0 the United State and Europe. mh9 G so. H Bomskaki, Jobs r. arson, sa, Pses'l Vlee-Pree* V rt n n %m r-».w». LANDS In Central California, for sale by Edwin K. Alsip & Co., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, No. 1015 Fonrth Street, Sacramento. No. il4—Eighty acres of laud In Nevada county at $15 per sere; ten acres cleared partly under fence: two living springs of water; a small dwelling; will exchange for city property. No. -M— For 83S00; 160 acres of land two and a half miles uortheas' of Folsom; se"-eu acres in vineyard, seven acres in alfalfa: all fenced and tillable; fifty acres cleared; dwelling:, barn, etc No. 118—Eighty acres of good fruit land near Newcastle, Pl»c r county, for I.5U00; all situated so as to be Irrigated from ditch; all fenced; fifteen acres o: chard, twelve acres in berries, three acres lv alfalfa; peaches raised ou this place took first pre mium at State Fair in 18S6. No. 1217—Forty acres of good grain or fruit land at tl 1 ) 1 per acre, near Brighton, Sacra mento county; will be sold in te.i-acie tracts; would give about three acres of alfalfa land to each piece No. 202— Seven thousand dollars, for y acreß of flue fruit land near Newcastle, Placer county; two and a half acres in table grapes; twenty-five acres in fruit from 3 to 7 years old; three acres iv berries; two and a half acres in alfalfa; p'cutyof timber for family use; soil is of a dark, sandy loam and high y productive; dwelling has five rooms, cost SIS 0; g. od barn wlthshedßou both sides; good wells and pumps; this is a flue farm and ought to flud read, sale. No. 133—Ten thousand do lars; for thirty acres of fruit land in the well-known Wlu ters region; three acres in vineyard, flfteeu acres lv orchard, half an aero berries, two acres alfalfa, besides for'v-four orange trees, two Japanese persimmon trees; all fenced and cross-feuced into three fields; two dwel lugs, one large stable, one barn, one granary; tho dwelling Is surrounded by a yard fl led with c oice shrubbery, which, lv cafe oi need, cau be easily watered from hydrants couvcu ently located in different parts of the yard , there are two large wind mills, two tanks and tauk'euse. and all necessary outbuildings; the climate 1b rood and well adapted to fruits; scale, codlln moth and other lrult pests are unknown. No. 18°. -Teu dollars per acre: 1275 acres unimproved laud sevcu miles from Lat . be, near Mir.hlean Bar, Sacrameuto county; nearly all tillable. fTsw*"Send for our Catalogue of Lands, or call for it nt Northern California Agency, No. 2e3 North Maiu street Loa Angeles. EDWIN K. ALSIP A CO., Sacramento. CALIFORNIA THE LEADING IW^NoM Telephone 409. HAS THE BEST SELECTED RILLOFFARE of either Hot or Cold Eatables of soy house . In the city OYS I ERS in any style Prompt attentiou: prices reasonable M"*"Opbn all Nioht rifffe GU3 SCHTdk. Proprietor. ~ sin. I,os, arsi.«.i.i.> t HOUSE AND ROOM-RENTING AGENCY ! Houses, Stores, Officcß and Rooms to Let. 1 ATHEHTutI A DELL, Props. 1 Office4ol N. Main St., l.os Angeles Opposite Pico House. 1 IBEDICAE.. mEDICAL, Santa Abie, ss*V»*-a-** ■"»" - *'"" j Pleasing to the Palato and <fft* M V\ Death to a Cough. i t_f^_t^MfMrtl »sE|Sj j£-ffi-^ 7 *"nWfey Calico, Cal.—l have had the Catarrh for y -'7 1' JT 1 f*-espv»t». ■ y five year- and could hardly talk plaiu; i ! B 1 "a Ns r a I *"*S*Si\ could not breathe through m>'nostrils, '/our t9* a"! 3!f " **' a Jr*tV% Calif"-ol i Cat-It-Cure has Olearod out mv wjfttt heail and I can talk plainer no , than I have BV^r^^<i''' n'.l it is represented, an »bsulutu cure for Mhjy- . f" \V-» > -"'irWi Catarrh rud cold in the head. Y °ur» truly. Cu<hlbs C. Overshineb. il\t j, <' i *rlii' ' • ma: bett'-r than any other sbcif goods, and 3&s^sfiffifcX4j?.?f'*-J i-i IJr Rive sstisfac ion to all purchasers. The : l- ' y*'*«-\r! rj J " tv-lt Cure 1- nrrised very higMy by all y 7& r imy& , 4: who have tried it. ard many cases nave ' ', i>J., ■" -_" " fS been greatly benefited by Its use when all '" .'T_.... ~ other remedies tried have prot.-d of no faffijpfP- t-i 'F.^S^SjTj^;V benefit. Yours truly, I\ ND & Lawson. Folsom.Csl -I used Butte-Tine In chronic '• ~* JaW)a*]El33ltyW| I rheumatism with great beneflt. H»ase »end '_, v"' l > • "w- .\ui. .i** a supply to J. W. Haines, (1 -noa, Nov., nnd r .vVr; ' OF I oblige yours truly, F. C. Dubant, M 1). F'-fS -M-Q fl'Sil'P^ ; ICS jftl IW-SANTA ABIK is only sold in large J i'O 1^ LJU rl«lHsf 111 bottles at »1; three lor t2M> Sold by all w..«.«i»«*>« wholesale and ret-11 druggists IVANHOE 700 Acres ia Los Angeles DIVIDED INTO ONLY 1300 LOTS! price's of lots. Up to 100 Feet Front, $130. Half-acre Lots, $200. From 1-2 to 1 Acre, $300. From 1 to 4 Acres, $400. 5 Acre Lots, $750. TERMS—Oiie-iifrh Gash, balance in eight ciitial intiath'y payments, with out interest- These prices will continue only until June 1, 1887, when they will positively be advanced. All who purchase before that date will have the benefit of the advanced prices. 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 five-cent fare guaran teed to and from the center of the city. This road will be completed to the tract July 1,1887. Pure and abundant water will be piped through all the streets The title to the property is absolutely perfect. A complete abstract will be kept in the office of the Company for the inspection of all purchasers, and a certificate of title will be furnished to each buyer with his deed. This tract is situated upon the hills, which are rapidly becoming the most desirable residence por tion of the city. The soil is a warm, sandy loam, free from frost, being in what is known as the warm belt. The elevation is such that the tempera ture is more even than in the city. NOTE—THE FIRST PURCHASERS HAVE FIRST CHOICE. Free carriage to the tract every day from the office of the agents, at 9A. M. and 1:80 P. M. Maps and circulars and all information can be had from Byram & Poindexter, Managers, 27 WEST FIIIST STKI.ET, BAIK BLOCK. Reference, by p»rnii°=ion: Los Anoklks National Hank, dm Parties Wishing Something Fine in the Carriage or Buggy Line WILL FIND THE MOST ELABORATE DISPLAY OF VEHICLES E"ER EXHIBITED IN CALIFORNIA, NOT EXCEPTING THE immense repositories of cau Francisi o. We have now on hand a full line of OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES consisting of all the LATT ST STYLES, frrm a SOr-ponnd too 1 ugg" do jra to a top buggy that weighs only 180 pounds. Wo have also MINIATURE OK TONY fUMtoMt, TWO-MATID carriages ABO tOtVt OABTi. RUBSIAN CANOPY BURRIEB, EXTENBION-TOP MIKADO HURRIES, SAXONY CANOPY CARRIAGES, aud thesegools are tho very latest styles and are strictly A GRADE in every resi ect and are built hy the celebrated firm of E. A. BAJBCOCK tt Co., OF AMESBLRY. MA£B. We new occupy both the Old Armory Hall and large store underneath. J. F. Davis & Son Carriage Repository, IOI.IOt KOBTH EOS ANUEI.ES STMEET, CORNER I,OS ANGELES AND BKQIIEHA STREETS. d? 3 f.m Hn-Th PACIFIC WAGON "COMPANY! j. H. 1\ feAr A IV TS.Mann ger. 25 Ali so LOST POWER WKAKNEBBKB. rowavor induced, uot only rt Moved but PERMANENTLY CURED without mcdl ■imc. IT COMTN MiriilM. tosond 'or parttovlars, which we will forward frc< v sealed envelope on application. Don'i miss this opportunity. Address, V B. A. CO J267 Broadway, Ttirl New York City. L 0.0. T. Orange Oounoll No. SI, I. O. 0. P., maett ovary Wednesday evening in Oood Ten-plan Hall. Visiting membsrs are conllaUv invited. R. W BEADY, N. Q. A. J. E. Fcbbish, Bee. Secy. A POSITIVE SKBSSS the most obstinate case in f uu days or less. Allan's Somble ftledlcatea * Houfflra ! No nnuscons doses or cnpahs, copaiba or 0110 l *andalwood that are certain to pro ones dypepsia by destroying tue coatings of the stom'>cb. Price, »1.50. Sold by all druggists, or mailed on receipt of pr'ce. For further particulars, send for circular. P. O Box 1688, PTTDP J.C. ALLAN A CO., LUiIA «8 John street. New York. WW AM* f2B4tW-FM MEDICAL. CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE. The Only (iuarenlcen Cure lor . Catarrh, Cold* In the Head, Hay Fiver, Rose Cod, Catarrhal Beal ness nnd Sore Eyes Restores the sense ol taste and smell, removes brd tsste and un pleasant breath, result front Catarrh. Easy aud pleasant to u-e. Fo low direction" and a cure Is Warranted, Send forelroular to ABIETINE MEDIC \L CO, 0 , . Orovllle, Cal. Six Months' Treatment |1; by Mail $1.10. SANTA ABIE aid CAT-R-CURE I i .4W'. J old by C. U. HANOK, 77 au.i ii Nori a Spring street. ««T-M. A. NEWMARK A CO., Wholesale Depot. mv 29 It i»IM EI.I,AI\F.OI S. NOTICE TO SI'OKTSMhN! BREECH-LOADING SHOTGDNS, Just received from Europe. The flues', stock of the hsst n akers in the world, aud at prlees which we defy compe tiilon on the Pa"mc Coa-t. Double Barrel Breech-Loa ing Shotguns from $14 up to $850 c.eh. All nuns gnaraneed Also, a full line of Rifles, Pistols, Ouu Material and Ammunition of all descriptions, American and Ensrllsh. Repairing of tbe finest class aud chockborina: a specialty. Sportsmen's Headquarters, 111 Main St. sistf n. sii.o-rTr.it hi:i:k. Frank N. Rust. Chap. O. Baud. RUST&RAUB SUCCESSORS TO FRANK N. RUST, Manager Southern California Department ... OF ... HARTFORD FIRE INS. CO., 30 SOUTH FORT STREET, Los Angeles, Cal. febs lm COUNTRY HOMES for SALE. A LARGE NUMBER OF THE CHOICEST tracts of improved grape, fruit and farm lands In the county: near Norwalk railway station, only let miles from Los Angelas, in lota of 5, 10, 20, 30, 40 or more acres to suit. Withiu the year they will be worth double the prices vow asked. BUYERS ARE INVITED TO COME TO NORWALK AND ENJOY A FREE RIDE To the numerous tracts from which to select. All Inquiriks by Lkttkb Promptly answerep. J. W. Van Slyck, Agent, jaMdawtf Norwalk, Cal. TOYS! An entirely new and very complete stock of Toys and Holiday Goods Will be ready for exhibition ou or about December 6tb, at 111 North Spring St., Next to City of Paris. LAZARUS & MELZER, nMtf Los Angeles. 310 SOUTH OLIVE STREET. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE OR Ex change. Fine two-story house ol 18 room-, with abuudanoe of closets and all modern conveniences. Lot l'.'OxlCfi feet. Fine view overlooking the valley to the ocean Will take in part pay good city or country property. Apply at 119 New High street, to R. M WIDNEY. fB-lm Los Augeles Lodge No. 2926, K. of H, Regular meo tings of the above Lodge are held every Wednesday evsniag at Old Masonlo Hall, Spring street Vtaltlng brothers sre oordially lo vhedto attend. H O. AUSTIN mS Dictator.