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HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY.
STILL THEY COME. Auother Arrival of Tour ists and Home Seekers. TWO LARGE EXCURSIONS The Ennis Excursion and the A., T. & S. F. Exclusion Arrive in tlie City. The excursion of the Missouri Paoiiic and Southern I'acific, uuder the charge ef Ned McCord, arrived late Tuesday night with the following passengers; lo<va—A M Horton, Algoua; Thomas Spencer and wife, Charlton; W A M Laguu, Carroll. Texas—George Cjlton, Alvaradoj J T Youngblood, Alvord; S W Kauady, Dallas; i)r 0 Grey Riley, Fort Worth. Kansas—YV H Evans, Atchison; Fred Rupert. Goddard; Joseph IlofT, J G Taylor, Wichita; Dr N B Richards, J T Chambers, Wyandotte; II J Dickcraon, Yater Center. Kentucky—Mrs.l P Tyler, Lexington; R L White, Mrs Kato Lyon, Mrs Dar delle, Mrs Carrie Lieb, Louis Lieb,Louis ville. Missouri—Wm Cusman, Liberty; Frank Krwin, B Bogsrs, J M Krwin, wife aud son, Holden; A Harris, Jasper; Fred Liese, Wm Wolman, Corder; Mrs Linsley aud mother, L E Irvin and wife, Mrs Vanderford, Mrs Moore, C Hiru chier and wife, 8 M Buck, Jerry Tolas and wife, J J Hackett, Jas Tolos and daughter, Kansas Oity; H Headman, John Whe, Mill Ida Hvaoa, P B Mat teon aud wife, Mrs Bradford, Albert Bean, Henry iireant and wife, B S Ches ter aud wife, D C Jaccard aud wife, Mra Slass and two daughttrs, Jas Slass H J Ellis, Mrs J P Ellis, W II Lee, Jas God slein Kohns and wiio, Wm Brandon, Jno Dunnegan, Mr aud Mrs H A Crawford, St Louis; J A Henderson, Tarkio. Illinois—Mr and Mrs J C Thompson. Lancon; N R Green, Winona; L A Pat ton, Bismarck; A J Weiss, Charleston; N E Siiott l'ar .er, Mra Win Rich and son, Samuel Gregsten, Miss E Gregsten, Miss L Gregsten, L L Munsun, Henry Decker, Mrs J W Sullivan and sou, E Hamming and wile, Mr and Mrs Charles A Moville, Chicago; E N Raynor, wife and two daughters, Homer; Mra F D Letts und son, Juliet; H I Irvin, Peoria; A J Hill, J L Patterson, Rockford; Lot Mason, Springfield. Ohio—Mrs C A Heuderson, M B Tay lor, M E Kyle, Cincinnati; P J Kline, Portsmouth; C R Allen, Miss Marion, Miss Flora McDonald, Columbus; W W Bliabtry, Georgetown; F S Winslow, Paul Rudolph aud wife, H G Gede, Joneivtlle. To Regulate mfff« FAVORITE HOME REMEDY fit I Bl ii warrame< * not 10 Contain a single pat* ■aa nevcU tide of Mflrcufy Of •my injurious sut> stance, but is purely vegetable. It will Cure all Diseases caused by Derangement of the Liver, Kidneys and Stomach. If your Liver is out of order, then your whole system is dcfnacd. The blood is impure, the breath offensive ; you hay*. headache, feel U:i;;uv!, ili-piriu-d and tlition, take at once Simmons V fVTflfl REGULATOR. If ymi lead I B.IVKK Wdctltary life, or suffer witt Ml f JLJ&Ir Kidney Affvctlonai avoi stimulants and take Simmons Liver Kegulatot Sure to relice. If y(-. ' aye eaten anything hard of digesti ):i, i feel heavy alter meals or sleepless ;it night .atce a dose and you will fed relic w and ile<-p pleasantly. If /ou n n:i.icr.iblc sufferer with '"tens.!;>;»<:■. ~ Ilyspepsla and mionAlltiaa, s<vk relief at once in S.inm. I iv r Regulator. It does not require continual dosing, and cus.s but v trifte. It will cure ytu. If you w ike up ;>'■ tfta morning with a bitter, bad taste in your mouth, A t:r.imoni l.iyer Regulator. Tt cor -A t v ii; Hreath, and cleanses the Furred longue. I*2ltl(l Pen often need some safe Cathar tic and T :.i .i i aw.i approatrhing sickr.esr. Simmons L: . r i: ■ -ulator will relieve Ctilic. Head ache, Sick Stomacb, Indigestion. Dys'- aud *hr ComplaiiUj ioci'leut tv Chii(!ho*j<J Ai any time you feel your system needs cle.'i|?lo*;, t .i:.ng. v ,;i;!. li a Uht.ut violent lissffeiifte. PREPARED LV J,H. ZEILifJ& Co.,Phi!adelphia,Pa. Indiana—Mrs Mary Allison, Greeu caatle; Martin Connors, Sullivan; B F Fields, Attica; X H Appiegatu, Francis ville; Mrs X Lockwood. Salem; Win D Smith and wife, Miss Clara Smith, Mrs M A Campan, Miss Rowena Hunt, Mr aud Mrs A Cogiilard, George W Mat thews und wile aud l) li Br*swa, South Bend. Wisconsin—J C fcord, Madison; D C Green, Jas Green, Harry Green, Albert Fink, Milwaukee; Mra Julitia Thurman, J W Denniso i aud wife, Miss Ellen X Dfunison aud E Pennoyer, Whitewater; Miss Ida I'ettell, G W Feun, Oconomo woe. Michigan—X II Harris and wife, Mis E H Vau Bit, tj A Graves, General G S Warner, wife and daughter, Mr and Mrs D Whitney, Jr; S N Audrous aud wife, George W Edwards and family aud W H Hawley, Detroit; Mr and Mrs J W Multliug, Marshall) Henry Howard, wife and sou, Robert Huron and Mark Hopkins, St Ciair. Minnesota—Miss M T Braeky, Master Laytou Bra;ky, C W Hackett and wife, William Butnkesdoon, S; Paul] A Brad ford, Minneapolis. Pennsylvania—M Stewart, Titusville; W R Dawcb, BrloksvlUe; J B Means, Brooksville; C B Chas, A J Council, A Prilton, Pittsburg. B F Brensloy. Little Rock; John Wolf und wife, Captain Robt Peterson, Carry Hand Woddams, Luck port, N V; F W Rand, C N t'enn, New York; Clark Rtclick, Thos McCain, John Red dick, Ur H P Matheweou, Mr and Mrs C T Taylor, Miss Mabel Taylor, Omaha; J E McAviny, .1 F Lewis, Baltimore. ATCHISON, TOPEKA AMD SANTA XX LIST. The following excursionists arrived by the Atchison, Topeka and Sauta Fe last evening, iv charge ol that universally popular conductor, W. H. Simpson: H V Ames and wife, Streatir, 111; J 6 Adams, Waterloo, la; S R Allen, Aiubia, Ind; Mrs M A Allen, Longuiont, Col. Mrs Eunice S Bell, Morning Sun, lo; Mrs Martini Terre Haute, Ind) Miss Bangs, J 0 Bingham, Chicago; H Boies, Waterloo, Ia; A Belle:-, St Joseph, Mo; A W Bulliugton and wife, Ottawa, Ia; Jos B iwers, Ashland, III; Mr and Mrs W L Banning and two daughters, St Paul, Minn; Prnf Wm O Brewster, wife und son, Buffalo, N Y. A B Cad well and wife, Blooniington, nil O M Oomstock, Ypsllantl, Mich; v H Cunningham, Mrs T M Cunningham, Boston, Mass; H P Clarke, Duraugo, Colo. Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak. KxlmuMi'il Vitality, I <•■.( Han It aud, and nil tlie terrible effects ol self-abuse and excesses In maturer years, sucli as nocturnal emissions, loss of mem ory, dimness of vision, aversion to society, thi vital fluid passing unobserved in the urine, und other symptoms tbat lead to In sanity and death, 1 otniir and Tliddlr. acid Men suffering from tlie above, should consult us nt ouce. cure Guar anteed In :«ll I'nsos. .< on Ml Uli. tlon free. Chemical analysis, including thorough microscopic examination of tho urine, $o. An honest opinion given In nil eases. Wo furnish Tlse <ir«at BneriKh KrmciSy. Sir Astley Csnper'n Vl tal Iteslorutlvo nt 18 a bottle or four times tho ouautity, ?10. SAMPLE BOTTLE FBBE to auv oue stating symptoms, sex and age. Address KNI.il/ISII BINIJUIAI. DIS- Pi:!MKAIiV, No. I I Kcurny Street, Snn t rniK Ui'd, <"!al. d 4 EXt:irn*U»Ns. DAMSON & CO., EXCURSION • Hast via S.itt Lake, March 10 and 24, Al-ril 7 and 21. fw North Spring St._fe23-lm VIOLET'S M-.XT EXCLUSION EAST VIA, V New Orleans, Wedue.sday, March lUh. 0. H. VIOLET, 202 N. Main at., a. P. Ticket Oflice. HJ. ,m _ M. WALTER'S EXCURSIONS GOING , East, leave Los Angeles March 1. IS and at). Office. Pico Home. «epl'2tf POWELL'S XEXT EXCURSION EAST March 2,1657. Office, l'ico House corner. lal9t; WARNER BROS. A CROBBY, OF 382 North Maiu street, Los Augeles, Ex cursions Enst and West nt lowest rates, and Sloasant accommodation. Call on or ad ress them for paniculars and rates. ORTIMKE 4 HARRIS, ATTORNEYS «t Law nud Counsellors, Rooms "Saud 7».i, Temple lllock, Los Angeies. Rusk Harris (Harrist«r-at.Law, Uto of Toronto, Canada); C. W. M .rtiiuer. fl7i( J. K. SCOTT. U. T I.EX. LBS A SCOTT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Rooms It) and 22 Temp.c block, Los An gvics jH2 lm IJ. P. 11AT0H. J. HKOSSE.tC. BROSSBAU A HATCH, ATTORNEYS AND counsellors at Law. Nos. ill, 112 and 66 Baker Block, Los Augeles, Cal. MAX LOEWFNTHAL, ATTORNEY AND Counselor nt Law. German language spoken. Room 11 BmnHler Block, Los Au goles. Cal. aogtf Henry N. Oailowav, Attorncy-at-Lnw. /XALLQWAY A CHASE, examiners of lX Titles audConveyauccfS, Room 4, Allen Block, Los Angeles, Cal, au6 tf Griffin Johnston. Sheldon Burden. B. A. York a. JOHNSTON, BORDEN A YORBA, ATTOR nevs-al-Law and Examluers of Titles Rooms 7 nud 8, Jones Block, 76 North Spriug street. Abstracts aud certificates ot title fur nished with promptitude and accuracy. ULiKtiAl S. 4*fk^ EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, R. R.RE |"1 Hi Ticket Broker aud Real Ei QK lUeAgent. Property sold on Installments. K. NITIINGK'i, removed to 15)* N. Spring. Telephone 113. Residence Fifth and Hope streets. au3-tf Robert Douglas and wife, Waukegau, Itll V X Droulllard, Nashville, Tsnnj Wm Dnvall, Cincinnati, O. Mrs Joseph Faye, Waterloo, la; Wm Racine, Guenther, Wis; .1 B GWynne, vVuteiloo, Ia; Misses J and Belle Grae vel, Sloan, la. Francis H Hesdon, jjlay Center, Kan; E Holliugaworib, Washington, la;Geo H (Sloan, Barold, la; Alex Hunter, .Supe rior, Neb; Alexander Horn, Peter Hoff man, St Paul, Minn; U C Hall and wife, Boston, Mass; Arthur N Hurd, J H Harvey, Buffalo, N V; H F Hosmer, wife and child, BustoD, Mass; W T Har ris, Winneneg, Manitoba. Mrs C F hidings, South Platte, Neb. X R Jeffreys and wife, Girard, Kan; J J Johnsou, Hamilton, Ky. J 0 Koeppli, Denver; Mrs T J Kirk patriek nnd daughter, Spriuulield, O. G P Livensberger, Dcs Moines, Ia; Jesse Lenverich, Waverly, In; Dr H C Lnoo, Bloomington, 111. Fredß Miroh, Buffalo, N V; Miss M B Mason, Waukegan, Mi W E Menden ball, Danville, Ind; W T McClelland, Derby. Kan; John Miller and wife, Buf falo, N V; Johu G Miller, Lancaster, N V- Mrs M A Mayer, Wm B Mayer, Buf falo, N V; W C M-iVitty. Mra E B Mc- Yitty, Toronto, Can; <» M McUuiro, Kirksville, Mo. Mrs A Parsons, Philip Parson?, Des plaines, 111; Mis BlUs Pepper, Pitts burg J W Ray. Allison, In: H T Reid, N V; Johu Ranshaw, Tiffin, Ia; J T Roby, Boston, Mass. John M Scott nnd"wife, Bloomington, ni| A Skinner, Waverly, la; Willis M Sherwood, St Joseph, Mo; George Stoll, Topeka, Kan; Mr* D X Secor, Ftogeno Secor, Lougmont, Col; Mrs E T thurman, Chicago. , C A Taylor, Chicago; Mr and Mrs A B Turner »ud two children, Corning, li. Mrs James X Ycrner, William Verner, Alecande Verner, Pittsburg; Mrs D Voymetul ami two children, Denver, C °Abner Whit. ley, Leavenworth, Kan; Ban! T Whitelev, Platte City, Mo; A I Williams, Hartford, Conn; J C Mou douth, III: James A Welch, Philadel phia; Mrs Genevieve Wells, Indianapo lis; Dr John B Wood, Wellington, Kan; James C Williams, Erie, Perm. MISCEI.I.ArsEOIJS. LITHOGRAPHIC ! ESTABLISHMENT — FOB — Southern California. AW PATRONIZE A NEW AND HOME ENTERPRISE. Lithographic work executed inthelateßt styles sud at teasonable prices. DESIGNS FUENISHED ON APPLICATION. Correspondence solicited. Before ordering elsewhere send for esti mates and information by applj lug to the Los Angeles Lithographic Co. OFFICE: Times-Mirror Co.—Telephone Ho. H, Los Angeles. Th. Bessinu, Formerly Manager of the Merchants' Lithograph, Co.. K. C. Theii. A. Schmidt, Formerly Head Del. and ftngr. for the Schmidt Label A Litho. Co., Sau Francisco. fl3-lm I'll . MUI AIMS. DM. DARLING A MURPHY-OCULISTS aud aurists. OlS.ce 120 North Main iLice'.. Office Hours—9 a. v. to 4 r. 7 to ft p. M. nMBI-AAwtf iik. b. V. kitKUL,rr, Bt-r-ci ,Lit>i L% U treating ulseatesol the Eye, Ear aud 1 uroat. byes scientifically tested for glasses. Office, 132 North Main street, over i,os Angeles Savings Bank. Hours, from 9 a. m. to 5 i*. a. Residence, 840 Temple street. OMla Wm. Harrison J T. Moroan. DRS. hAkRISON A MORGAN-OKUGE 25 and 26, Schumacher Block. HOURS —9 to 12 A. M., 2to 6 v v. Dr. Morgan's res idence, 41 N. Daly street. Dr. Harrisou'a residence, U West Seventh street. f'iltf W. OROSVENOR. M. D.—OFFICE AND • residence, 843 Fort street, bet. Fourth and Flith. Los Angeles. Office Hours-8 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 v. M. and Drf Grosvtnor, besides attending to the general practice of medicine auu surgery, will sivc special attention lo diseases of the Kvc a d Ear. Operations lor cataract, arti ficial pupil, etc., skilfully performed, 111-lm E. GRESHAM, M. D., NO. 75 NOitTII , Spring street, Los Angeleß. jl4 6m DB. J, H. DAVIBSON—OFFICE" AND residence %iy_ aoutn Spring street- n025 J TURNER, M. D.-OFFIOE AND REBI , dence—3lN. Main street, Lob Angeles. TAR. JOSEPH KURTZ —No." 266 MAIN JLf street, opposite the Bakerßlock. . ITrTeTc. manm g, office and rxb idence 37 South Fort street. Office houis —9 to 11 a. M. 2to 4p. M. Telephone 282. ELIZABETH A. FoTIANSBEK, M. D.- Otbce aud residence 240 bouth Fort street. Office honrs—B to 10 A. M. and 4 to 6 p. m. liyi* ROSE TALLBOTT. M. D^—OFFICE 240 South Fort street (with Dr. Follausbee.) Ouuce liours, 10 to 12 a. m. Residence, 19 Ninth street. o I St f MRS. oAW lEILE, m. v.—rHYal clau aud Burgeon. Office hours, 10 to ix a. M. aud 2 to 1 p. M. Maxwell block corner Court aud Main streets, Room t>. diitf T MILLS BOAL, M. D.—39 NOR 111 •I. Spring Btreet (over People's Store). Hours—lo to 12,1 to 3, 6to 7:30. Residence, 347 Hill street, two doors from Filth street. Telephone No. Liu. 0C24 /T~eTcLACIUS, U. !>".- PHYSICIAN AND \j. surgeon, office 7i North Spring street, rooms 17 aud 18. Ho -.rs Irom 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Specialty—Skin aud sexual Ois eases aud chiouic diseases iv geueral._n7-tf M~~ RB. dXmINNIE WELLS—FIRST LADY licentiate ot Kentucky. Specialty: Liiaeases oi women and children, also, in couuectiou with ber practice, Electric Thermal Baths. 311 Sspriug street.. nl7tf DR. C. EDGAR SMITH-DISEASES OF women a specialty. Rectal diseases treated by the Briukerboff Painless Sys tem. Hours—9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Offices- Corner of Spring and Second streets, Hol lenbeck Block. sepstf DR M.TIILTON WILLIAMB-275 NORTH Main street (opposite Wells, largo & t,o'» Express Office.) Specialty—diseases of the head, throat aud chest, together with the eye, ear aud heart. Office hours, from 9:30 a. M. to 4 p. a. Bep2s AYSoN T. HCCKINS, M. D.—l 7 NORTH Maiu street, rooms 18, 19, 20 auu 21. Hours 11 A. St. to 1 F. M., 2 I. M. to 4 T. M. Resideuce, 841 8. Hill street. Telephone, Oflice and residence, 258. Special treat ment of eye, ear, nose and throat dis eases. nt.tf DR. DE SZIGETHY — OFFICE, SCHU macher Block, oppohite PoUofiicc, rooms-JO and 21. Office hours, 12 a. to ;i r. M. Residence r-earl street, corner of .Ninth. Offlce houis at residence, to 9 A M.: 7to 8 V. M. Telephone No. 109 at office and resi dence. CIUAULbS tt.'Ln.) SON.M. D..P11 YeICIAN j and Surgeon. gHW Gives special atteu to the "Medical una Surgical Diseases of Women " Office in Solomon Block, No. 4iU S.iuth Spriug street, between First and Second streets, room lai d 2. Office hours iroin 8 a. a. to 12 M., 2 to D, and 7 to 8 p, a. Kesideuce William street, between Eleventh aud Twelfth. . TAR- - !- E. COHN-LATE BUPERINTEND JJ ing Surgeon Northern Pacific liail i„ad, Physician and Surgeon. OrricK HOF ES—lO tO 12 A. M., 2tO4P. « . OFFICK—2O N. Spring st., Rooms 8, 9 aud 10. Resdenoe, Makara House, Maiu St., between Thirj and Fourth. Telephone 504 Day and night calls attended 10. Blf ' t .L : EAN~ T FT HILTON, M, D. PHYSICLAtI and Surgeon, Graduate of the Univer sity of Michigan. Office and residence 842 South Maiu sireet. offlce hours 10 to 13 A. X, 2to li' a , and 7 toS f, m. References Prof. A B. 1 aimer, Dean of the Onlveisltr of M'ichignu, Geo. E. Frothiugham A. M. M. D., Prui-ssor of Thcrnpiielics aud Materia Med lea University U Michigan; febOlm MADAME C. ANTONIA, M. D., BUSINESS aud Medical Clairvoyant; 10 years oi large practice in San Francisco; corrcctdiag nosis and sure, careful treatment oi all dis ea-.es. Ladies and gentlemen can consult her on all and every atliiir of life, specula tion mines, ores, cic, 111 South Maiu street, opposiie cathedral, from 11 a. a. to 9 P. M. iM-ea-.es of women and chronic diseases a -neeinlty. English, French and German spoken. j«Hm MRS EMMA S. HILL, TEACHER OF Metaphysical Scienco or Christian liealiiu: 2s S." Main street, Room 13, Hours j to" P. M. M.SS COOLEY, METAPHYSICIAN. 210 S. Spriug street, Room 1, from 1 to 4™. R A. E. De CAILHOL, ACCOUCHEUR, and Surgeon. Othcc and residence 207 Temple street. When desired, lady patients are boarded duriug treatment of diseases peculiar to their sex. Vat M- RS~C. t. IH)I'R«F.V 11 AS REMOVED to her resideuce, 14.'. Bellevue avenue, aud will make a specialty of midwifery. Ladies wi-hiug to be cared ior cau be ac commnd.itedat her house. She can always be found at home. HOBMEOPATHHTt. a 8. BAIJBBDRY, M D., BOMOBPATHIO O. Physician and surgeon. Olllce, for the prepent, at residence, 63S Pearl street. Hour:-, 9 to 12 a. M„ 2 to 5 aud 7 lo 8 P M. Telephone 677. l*i»-U JULIA F. BUTTON, M. D. - OFFI'JE hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 4. 7to 8. Office, 41 South Spring sireet. dlf.-tf. ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D.—HOMOS -aTU ist. Office Hours-11 to 12 A. M., 2to 5 p M. Offlce—Nos. 3 aud 6 Odd Fellows ft'uildiug, Los Angel6s, Cal. Residence, 40SSf uth Main street. jlv9 A. CLARKE, M. D.—OFFICE AND 2. residence, No. 84 South Spring street, Los Augeles. Office Hours—ll to 12 a. v., 3 to 5 r. w. Telephone No. 853 jatt D _ R A E WHEELER— HOMIEOAAHIST Ofliee and rosidence 21 South Fort street. Hocks—lo to 8 and eveuiugs. Telephone No. 40. Jylli FEKNANDEZ.M. D.—HOMQCPATHIBT , OrT.ceand residence.Wilson Block, 24 West First strict, between Main and Spring streets, rooms Nos. 10 aad 11 Hours—lo a m to 12 a.; 2to 4 p.m. A specialty of blood diseases. sep22tf_ 1 B - SI7OKB, M. D. HOMOiOPATHIBT: A, Offico 182 North Main street, Mas earel Block; residence 173 Spring street, Los Augeles. Office hours 11 to 12 a. m., Ito I p m. Telephone Nob.—Residence, R-2; office, 276. Hvls BBBIWEEfU AIM I> «I XV X \oHsT *, MOCLURK. CIVIL ENGINEER . and Surveyor, U. 8. Deputy Minoral Surveyor. 134 North Main stroet, Los An geles, Cal. Telephone No. 95. aus ly G"ERVAIBE PURCELL, B. A. C. E., CON sultiug Engineer and Surveyor; Asso ■ ciate Member luslitutc Civil Engineers, Lou don. Room 14, Allen Block, comer Spring and Temple. oltf jTai i*»hi*;s. e~xcelBtor ste a m la und ry—wall itreet, near oomer Seventh. Tele phone No. 367. Our wagons call for and de liver washing lv all paris of the city. All i orders promptly attended to. Only white labor employed, euG-tf . St. Cii*bi.kb Hotel—J J Hackett, Kansas City; F i* Reppert, West Poiut, Neb; Lewis Barry, Elba Dodge. Wis; Mrs F Daley and son, Pomona; Geo B Gregg. Olrsrd, Kas; F Ferctman, Anaheim; D P Lewis, Sau Frau ot»co;Wm Branden, 8t Louis; M L 1 row bridge, Milwaukee; W F Parker. Santa Ana; J JB*lgout. Toledo, O; J E Moverby, Ban Fraueiseo; F Watros. CU> : W A Clark. Sau Kranolsco; Mr Uroedrlll, Ban Bernardino; MrMe.Ardle, New York; Victor Schumack er, Chicago. ST. Ei.mo Hotel—J F Scott. T H Cunning ham, II F Hos uer, wife and child. T P Knby Botton; I O Bingham, P Parsons, Mrs FT Sherman, .ID Hamilton, Chicago: Byron Waters, 8 Karus, San Bernardino; II I Uochc, J W Wood. Pasadeua; H Lyons, Danville, Ky; It J Brown and wife, Leaven wor'h. Kan; Mrs H Samuels, Kiverslde; W Gale. Minn; J M Scott and wife, Blooming ton - Mrs CF Iddings, North Platte, Neb; .Mrs M Barbour, Terre Haute: C Williams, Erie. Pa- S X Allen, Ambla, Ind; O M McGurie, Kir'ksville, Mo; W O Brewster, wife and child,.! H Hnrvev, Buffalo, N V; X A Ulb lura, Pomona; Geo C Egan, Beaumont; N T Fiske, Minneapolis; J a Keefer, Monrovia. Grand QMtiU Hotel—V Stone and wife, Miss Stone. John Stone, A F Btone, D C Pattern, wife snd daughter, B kcrsfield; A B Stoddard, San Fraueiseo; P Hoffman and wife, St Paul, Minn; 8 Kanshaw, lowa City; WmGuenthcr. Racine; C 0 Kent, Rio, O; Dan C Fang, Sioux, Mich; Ira Wsu, GranU Island; II Rulenbcrg, Mexico; John Cor huty, Han Luis Obispo; QJeproon, Pasade na- It 7. Craig, Fresuo; B F Watson, Red lands; W Watson, Santa PJtila; B Oih. Dr. Quinlan's opinion of Mul lein. Abietene and Verba Santa aro strictly productsof California. Mullein is aproduct of the world. Dr. (Julnlau of Dublin in a paper read before the Medical Congress at Copenhagen, says: Mullein has greater Curative powers than Cod Liver Oil and equal to Russian Koumiss, and it has beeu demonstrated that Abietene aud Yerba Santa has equal, if not greater curative powers than Mullein. Abietene cough Balsam combines the three with other well known Expectorauts and Narcotic* (with out opium) nuking it the greatest and best Cough medicine ever oroduced. Price 75 cents. Sold by C. F. Heinz ;mau. Abietene Ointment. ABIETENE is produced in the northern partof Butte couuty, Cal., and combiutng with it Vaseline and other Therapeutic agents, we challengeathe world to produce anything to equal .PIiIETKWt OINI McNT for old sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Corns, Chilblains, Fevor Sores, Chapped Hands, Cauccrs, Burns, Ring Worms, Bleeding, Blind. Itching and Ulcerated Pileß aud all eruptions of the Skiu. Price 25 cents. Sold by 0. F. Heiuzeman. I»>spepsla Cured. Heartburn, Indigestionordyepepeia cured hy that excellent remedy, "Mother Cary'H Dyspepsia Powders " Never have been known to fall. For sale by 0. U. Hance successor to Preuss A Hance), and Elliß & Co Los Angeles. Eagleson & Co., "i 0 North Bprlng street, branch of the great furnishing goods manu facturers of Ban Francisco. Dnmiana Bitters regulate tne stomach Michel Levy & Co., wholesale liquor deal ers, agents. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 2. 1897. DVB WORKS, ITY STEAM DYING AND CLEANING Works —A. Lorraln. Office 120 South street, opposite the old place. Dyeing aud Cleaning of every kind of ladles' and gent's clothing, crape, shawls, silk and lace, kid gloves and shoes, flannel and ribbons, lace curtains, blankeis, made equal to new. Black Bilk dresses made a specialty. Dye works Ne. 86 tenth Los Angeles St. Great reduction in price. au!o6m , i ERM4N STEAM DYE WORKS—LADIB.B IT and gents'elolhlug cleaned aud dyed. Cleaning of flannel uudeiclothlng, etc., without shrinkage or smell, a specialty. GEO. BOEKHOFF A CO., 123 South Main Btreet, opposite cathedral, Los Ange!es. fehB tf ARIHIAN STEAM D V r ING AND CLEAN ing Works. Dyeing nnd cleanlug of ev ery description. Ladies' dresses dyed with out ripping. Kid Gloves, Flauaels, Kibhous and Blankets made to look like new. Offlee: lis South Spring street. Dye Works: Cor ner New High aud Bellevue avenue. o2 J. VOLLF/r, Proprietor. LOS ANGELAS STEAM DYEING AND Cleaning Company. Offlce—Corner of Main aud Arcadia streets, opposite Wells, Fargo A Co. Dyeing and cleaning of every description of ladies' and gents' clothing. Orders taken and delivered. Beud postal card. Telephone No. 227. Branch corner Main and Second streets. sep9 JAMES LAKQUIKR, Manager. AHCIIITBfTN. W. O. Merithew, Geo. F. costebisan. COSTER. SAN & MERITHEW, AKClll tectsand Sanitary Engineers, Si South Main street, Rooms 4 and 5, Mutt's Blook, Loa Angeles, California. fla-tf AC. LUTGENS— ARCHITECTI- MAX , well Building, corner Court and Main slice ts. BjOjjU CHAB. I. STBANOB. FEED C. OOTTSCHALK. QTBAiiOM A GOT i sCHALK— ARCHI- O tects, Offioes, Nos 44 South Spring street Rooms 8 and 4, and 22 Weil First Btreet, Rooms 12 aud 13, Los Angeles, CaL P. O. Box 614. Telephoue'JT. rp H. GOFF, ARCHITECT, 43 TEMPLE A, at. Formerly of Toronto. d'2s 3m RB. YOUNG—ARCHITECT AND SUPER . iuteudent. Office, Rooms 18 and 19, Boeder Block. jy2otf QAMURL AND JOSEPH C. NEWSOM *S Architects—Room 2, 108 North Main St., Los Angeles. milB-if KYSOR, MORGAN A WALLS—ARC Hl tects, rooms 1,2 and 3, No. 86 South Spring B'- Los Angeles, Cal. ocs-tf J _ OHK C. PELTON, JR.—ARCHITECT] Wilson block. No. 21 West First sireet, between Soring and Main. Room 25. 02l B REEVE—AKOHITFOT AND SUR . veyor. Room 10, Phillips Block, Main street. Residence West Washington street, Los Augeles, Cal. Twenty-two years' experience. nu4-tf WALTER N. HAWLEY & CO., FARM AND SPRING WAGONS, Buggies, Carts, Windmills, Barbed Wire, Scales, Rope, Nails, Etc., ISTos. 58, GO and 62 3STorth Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, California. Perkins Windmill, Light-Running, Durable, Storm-Proof SCHUTTLER WAGONS, ) LANSING BUGGIES, I Racine Express Wagons, ) ColdwaterandPetaluma Carts Superior to All. j Klctaiit end Durable. i Made Specially for this market. I For *pcctll ng. Hreaklßfr, Eta. ALL KINDS OF BEST STEEL FENCING WIRE. OH! PAPA, DEAR, READ . THIS. . A T>alt/» Ciyialt/i Doll » s pl easant an( l harmless, rt is taken by inhalation, dissolves'on the dia- I >t\ I 111 1111 lllKlKl 8 lii 11 eased parts, cutting loose and removing the mucous matter, and will clear VUI UI/IIV VJlllVllV JL/UII the head> throat) bronchial tubes and lungs in a few minutes. A single 1 trade mabx] application gives immediate relief in colds, catarrh, bronchitis, hay fever, croup, neuralgia, headache, sore throat, and, if used in connection with our Debellator Treatment, is warranted to cure every case. Asthma and all lung troubles relieved in live minutes and cured in nearly every case. The "Car bolic Smoke" will remove the local troubles and the Debellator (a purely vegetable treatment) will cleansefth* liver, cure indigestion, regulate'the bowels, purify the blood and drive out of the system all trace of disease. Re member, it ; .s The Greatest Anticeptic Remedy Known ! This great remedial agent, formulated and thoroughly tested by its originator (an eminent physician) while actively engaged in the special practice of head, throat and lung disease.*, extending over a period of twenty years, on being placed before the people in its present form —the embodiment of simplicity—sprang at once into popular favor by the wonderful cures obtained from its use. THESE DISEASES ARE EMIGRATING TO PARTS UNKNOWN, They Can Thrive No Longer iv This Country, Because This Great Remedy is Being Introduced into Every Home. OUR ASSERTIONS A.NI3 CLAIMS. CATARRH—Cured in three months ; Warranted. CROLT— Relieve ! in three minutes and cured in twenty-four hours. ASTHMA—Cured in nearly every case —relieved in live minutes, but ULCERATION OF THE LUNGS—Relieved in live minutes and Debellator Package must be used in connection with Smokeißall. ( , a! . ea j n one week. The Debellator Package must be u«ed in addition to HAY FEVER—A cure guaranteed it taken in time. No symptoms of smoke Ball the disease returnini;. The Debellator Package must he used in connection k ' ...... witli the * Smoke Rail NEURALGIA—Cured alter the third dose, and it will not return ii tho BRONCHITIS—Cured in every case—warranted. Tlie Debellator remedy is occasionally used, should be U*ed with the Smoke Rail. SNORING—Three doses each night, before retiring, cures this trouble. DEAFNKSS—Cured in from three to six months, if the drums of the DIPHTHERIA—CarboIic Smoke Rail destroys the germ of this disease ears are not destroyed. Hot salt water usod in connection with special an a should be given as a preventive. lids, weakness of the optical nerves, etc., cured in COLD IN THE HKAD-Cured in fifteen minutes, four to six weeks. Relieved in five minutes. COLD IN THK CHEST—Cured in twelve hours. SENT BY MAIL, with full directions, on receipt of price ($3 and 2 postage stamps) Debellator Package to be used in connection with Smoke Ball in all asthmatic, bronchial and chronic cases, $2 additional. OFFICE HOURS—Week days, from 9 a.m. to BP. m.; Sundays, from 2to4p. m. Please give full descrip tion of disease, and mention this paper when ordering. apartments for Ladies, who are requested to call between the hours of 10 a. m. and 5 r. m., to avoid the crowd. CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL COMPANY, Rooms 3 and 4, over No. 28 North Spring Street, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. ' mr'i-VV-F-3 lm Great, Grand Auction Sale! AT SANTA MONICA! By JOHN C. BELL & CO., >'Real Estate and General Auctioneers, Room 17 Temple Block. Los Angeles. On THURSDAY, March 3, 1887, at 11 o'clock A.M., By Order of JONES & BAKER, Will be hold from one hundred to two hundred large, eleoant, fine lotbt Sale takes place on the ground. The world-renowned SANTA MONICA, the only watering place where m gentleman may have his family reside at the beach and have all the necessary time to transact his business in the city ; about 50 minutes' ride. Fine cold, clear sparkling MOUNTAIN WATER piped to the grounds. SOIL, fine light sandy loam ; will grow anything that can be grown in the tropics. CLIMATE and BATHING.—No place and accommodations superior. The sale will bo continued from day to day until the number of lots are sold. SCOTT'S ARCADIA HOTEL of Santa Monica, the I'alace of Southern California. The accommodations are unequaled, superior, and of the highest order. • Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully requested to examine the lots previous to the day of sale. Catalogues will be ready in due time so as to enable you to mark your catalogues and be ready to bid. f)ur sale is advertised ahead to give parties at a distance nil necessary time to enable them to attend. Parties wishing catalogues At m distance, address R. S. Baker, Walter Van Dyke, Esq., firm of Wells, Van Dyke <k Lee, or John C. Bell, 17 Temple Block. Parties at a distance, who are unable to attend, may forward bids of any lots to be sold by telegraph. The> lots to be sold are bounded by Third, Nineteenth and Railroad avenue, every lot to an alley; size of lots, 50x150; will be sold single or in lots to suit purchasers. TERMS OF SALE, CASH.—AII acts of sale at expense of purchaser. Abstract at tbe office of Wells, Van Dyke & Lee, Baker Block; 10 per cent, to be paid on the fall of the hammer, balance to be paid on receiving deed. HMT" All parties ideate take notice —You will receive your deeds from Walter Yam Dyke, Esq., at the office of Wells, Van Dyke <ft Lee, attorneys, Baker Block. S^S^NOTE. —I'robahly there is no beach on the globe with such a world-wide reputation as Santa Monies, visited by parties from almost every nation on tlie continent. Everybody cordially invited to attend. »»-l4t JOHN C. BELL, Auctioneer. 7