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Delicate persons, and all whose systems
have become debilitated, should bear In
inlnd that Simmons Liver Regulator is not
a drastic, purging medlciuc, does not
weaken or deplete the system as other pur
gatives do, but acts gently. It will Invigor
ate like a glass ol wive, but Is bo intoxloet
Ing beverage to lead to Intemperanoe; will
promoto digestion, dissipate headache and
generally tone up the system.
Hon. Alex. II Stephens, of Georgia, says:
"Sim mons Liver Regulator Is mild aud suits
me better than more active remedies."
A slit-Hi Cold, H neglected, often at
tscks the lungs. Bbown's IlßosriiiAL
Troches give sure and almost Immediate
relict. Sold Mly I" fro-res' Price 25 cents.
Dr. (Eulnlan's Opinion ol Mul
lein.
Abietene and Verba Santa are strictly
productsof Calilorula. Mullein Isaproduct
ot the world. Dr. yulnlan ol Dublin iv a
paper read belore tbe Medical Congress at
Copenhagen, says: Mullein has greater
Curative powers than Cod Liver Oil and
equal to Russian Koumiss, aud it has been
demonstrated that Abietene and Yerba
Santa has equal, if not greater curative
powers than Mullein. Abietene Cough
Balsam combines the three with other well
known Expectorants and Narcotic* (with
out opium) msklug it the greatest and best
Cough medlolne ever produced. Price 75
cents. Sold by C. F. Helnzsman.
Bound North.
The steamer Santo Rosa sailed yester.
day with tho following passengers:
For San Francisco—Miss Jessie Ulery,
F M Mather, wife aud daughter, Wm E
Lay, Miss Ella Dearth, C VV and
wife, F W Huuter, Miss E Bseuy.
Frank Kemp, J L T l'layart, Mrs J
Harder, Mrs R L Willis, Nettie Mc-
Clure, Mrs W E McClure, Mrs E War
ren and daughter, Jas Eagao, W W
Castle, G t? King, Mrs E T Healh, A
Erb, H Hamburger, Geo F Jennings,
(J H Fish and wife, Lena Fullerman,
Mra Horaoe Porter, Mrs HP Mdiary.
F F Doyle and wife, F C Johuson, D B
Banmgurteo, eighteen in the steerage.
Fort Harford —Mrs Marston, II A
Baher, Mrs W H Bowman, H W Ernst,
W W Colter, Mrs John Motz, J Roselip.
Santa Barbara—frank Gootlyeor, Miss
A t Goodyear, H Kingßlty, H D Di
daiiia and wife, Mrs W H Nevin, M
Swinthal, W H Nevin, J F Meyer, M C
Case, M Gallagher and wife, Josephine
Wahlijuist; W A Conrad, J C Winstrip,
wife aud two children. Mrs S M Board
man. Mrs L Iven, Miss J A Meagheo,
Miss A D Stevenson, S W Bugbee and
wife, F F Dole aud wife, Mrs H D Gar
rison and daughter, N Lewis and wife,
G W Dane ana wife, Miss Anne Shar
pies, F F Curtis and wife, G G Legare
and son, 1 A Porter, W iioworth, W J
Vftodward and wife, E H Anderson, R
T Wilson and wife, Mrs A Verberg,
Chas A Reed and wife, W G Matthews,
W E Pennington, Mra E B Fisher, Miss
L Fisher, Johu Coburn, Mis A B Piut
tepps, Mrs F L Albertson, H B Taylor
and wife, two iv Bteerage.
AbletenesDlntiuent.
ABIETENE is produced iv the northern
part ol Butte couuty, Cel., and combining
with it Vaseline and other 1 herapeuttc
flcouts we challeuEe»the world to produce
anything to e,iuaI#BIETENE OINTMaNT
for old sores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Corns,
Chilblains. Fever Sores, Chapped Hands,
Caucers, Burns, Ring Worms, Bleeding,
Blind, Itching and Ulcerated Piles and all
eruptions ot the Skiu. Price 25 cents. Sold
by C. F. Helnzeman.
Dyspepsia Cured.
Heartburn, indigestion erdyspepsla'cured
by tbat excellent remedy, "Mother Gary's
Dyspepsia Powders." Never have been
known to tail. For fale by C. 11. Hance
successor to Preuss St Hance), and Ellis St
Co Los Angeles.
Ladies who arc troubled with cramps aud
nervousness should drink Damiaua Bitters.
It Is pleasaut to take.
The Mexican remedy for diseases ot the
kidneys and bladder is Damiaua Bitters.
Michel Levy St Co., wholesale rates.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appe
tite, Yellow Skiu'.' Shlloh's Vitallzer is a
positive cure. C. F. Heiuzeman, ageut, Los
Augeles.
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bour
bon, Ind., says: "Both mvsell and wife owe
our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION
CURS." C. F. Heiuzeman, agent, Lot An
geles.
E E. CARR, of Daggetts Mills, Pa., says he
saved tbe Hie ol his child with croup by
usiug Gilmore's Mngnetia Elixir. C. F.
Heiuzeman, agent, Los Angsles,
FOR DYSPEPSIA and 1 ivcr Complaint,
you have a priuted guarantee on every
bottle of Shlloh's Vitallzer. It never fails
to cure. C. F. Helnzemau, agent, Los An
geles.
SHILOH'S CURE will immediately .re
lieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronch
itis. C. F. Helnzeman, agent, Los Angeles.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
quickly cured by Shlloh's Cure. We guar
sntee it. C. F. ileiuzeman, agent, Los Au
geles.
Eaglesou St Co., 80 North Spring Btreet,
brauch of the great furnishing goods mauu
facturers ot San Francisco.
Damiaua Hitters regulate tne stuumcn
Michel Levy & Co., wholesale liquor deal
ers, agents.
Scalds, burns and bruises, no matter how
severe, are healed by St. Jacobs Oil.
Marriage Licenses.
The following persons were yesterday
licensed to wed: H. P. Warner to A. J.
Clegg.
Scientists endorse Red Star Cough Cure,
because It is Iree ftom noxious opiates.
HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY.
GttANB 0 MITRAL Hotel—Geo Austin, Ida
Grove' G Gilbert, J Thompson, E Leach,lda
Grove: J W Lewis, Fairmont Mass: H C
Mathews, Syracuse. Kan; Geo W Hoffman,
Dayton, O; J A (Ihapmau. Columbus, o:
John Warm*. Chilton, Wis; H It Griffin,
Winona, 111;* laM Ware, Ivo City, Neb: J
Long, Fltchfleld: II Austin, Azusa; C Mc-
Bewett, San Diego; 8 Stone, (1 C Kent, Mud
Springs: R i> McLean, M McLean, Colton;
8 B Armov, S C Col'lns, Smta Ana.
St. Ciiarhs Hotel-Henry Kemp Le
mars; Dr W F Ballev, Orange; II II Phi,Hps,
New Orleans; 11 Kebber, Cincinnati O; Miss
Mapa, Pomona; LW Clark, Emporia, Kan;
Eliuee F Grant. San Francisco: L C Emer
son and wife, Worcester, Mass; Johu Isaacs,
Sau Bernardino; L H Padeham, Sauta Ana;
A A Kiddy, Silver City, N M; 0 II Allen,
Minnesota; Dave Lin lermao, Ban Francis
co; J W Hinds, San Luis Obispo; W E Bar
ber, Santa Cruz; 8 Dnnlap, Barstow: J Wil
son, Omaha; Henry N'ewmau. MissS Bllall,
Miss Mclnuery, Sau Francisco; Johu Lip
man San Bernardino.
St. Elmo motki.-G R Reed, G II Tyson,
J P Simmons, J E Chapp«ll, San Francisco;
TCushlng, C E Morris, Chicago; W B Mod
son, J Cooley and wife, San Bernardino;
R R Hutchinson, Steramento; G J Weil,
Buffalo, N V; Mrs I M Miller and daughter.
Calico; A B Coleman, ludlanapolis; F E
Davis, Santa Paula, W E Martin, Pomona;
Q H Schrerapff and wife, Miss J Rodeers,
Peoria,ill:J Murphy, Raton, N M; S R
Johnson, Omsha, N\b; P V Cary, Milwau
kee, Wis; .1 L Campbell. W W Douglass, San
Bernardino; J B W Green, Stockton; OT
Hlnde, San Diego; W B Smith, Omaha; E
ti Campbell, Pasadena; S Chapman and
son, New York: W II Tompsoti, Topeka.
DR. FLIMT'B .
HEART REMEDY ]
_ bymod* c
cm • u-uization, and la increasing to 1
tssA an alarming extent. Let him who •
W. hVA Fi"iH;"tu tlio existence ol this cuuso "
s \\oi e'.-adcti death lake- this remedy
onoo—it will cure J'ou. §1.50. i
Pescrtptava tn»ti*S with cacU bottla or suited I
Ire--. " <
HAMBURG FIOS.j
yj It is often very dillieult to tell what !
Kiml o( a laxative to give a very
€r#>» v.wrw -hIM who U , .aTermv front eon- ,
iWm rtlpatlou. The only medicine which
i * at tha s:u:;c time perfectly :-.t;'o and
pleasant to tako is Hamburg f'ii's. 25 cents.
"Qiesc Remedies aro for sale by all Pruggistd.
J. J. MACK & CO., Propr's.
Sas l":tAsctsco, Oh..
ENttLUMj
Nervous Itcblllli. SemliiHl \» cuk
nes«, Kxlanuated Vitality, Lost
Vlnnliood, aud all the terrible effects ol
sell-abttse aud excesses in maturer years,
such as nocturnal emissions, less of mem
ory, dimness of vision, aversion to society,
the vital lluid passing unobserved in the
urine, and other symptoms that lead to in
sanity and death. Tonne and Middle.
Hired. Men suffering from the above,
should consult us at once. Cure tlttur.
auteed lv »ll Cnses. tionsiillii
tlon tree. Chemical analysis, including
thorough microscopic examination of the
urine, ?5. An honest opiuiou giveu iv all
eases. Wo furnish The Oreat Buffllsn
Kcmedy, sir Astley Cosptr's Vi
tal Iteatorutlvc at S3 a bottle or four
times the quantity, $10.
SAMPI.U BOTTLE Hil l
to any one stating symptoms, sex and oge.
Address ENULISH MEDICAL Ills.
PCnsAIIV, No. 11 Kearny Street,
San Francisco. Cat. Pi
EXCsJK«IONS.
M~ J. DANISON A CO., EXCURSION
• East via Salt Lake. March 10 and 24,
April 7 and 21. 55 North Spring St. _fe2a : lm
VIOLET'S NEXT EXCURSION EAST VIA,
V New Orleaus, Wednesday, March lfth.
0. H. VIOLET, 202 N. Main St., 8. P. Ticket
Ufflee. Win
IM. WALTER'S EXCURSIONS GOING
J, East, leave Los Augeles March 1. 16
and 29. Office, Pioo tlotme. sep!2tf
POWELL'S - NEXT EXCURSION EAST
March 16,1687. Office, Pico Home corner.
lal9tf
WARNER BROS. & CROSBY, OF 882
North Main street, Los Augeles, Ex
cursions East and West at lowest rates, and
Sleasant accommodation. Call on or ad
ress them tor particulars and rates.
ATTORNEYS.
ORTIMER & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS
at Law and Cosus'lUprs, Rooms 78 and
78a, Temple Block, Log Angetes. Rusk
Harris (Rnrri-ter at Law, lato of Toronto,
Canada): C. W. Mortimer. 117t(
,j. a, SCOTT. H- I lee.
L EE & SCOTT. ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Rooms 19 and 22 Temple block, Los An
te les l a - lm
: D. V. lIATOH. BROSSEAU.
BROSSEAU & HATCH, ATTORNEYS AND
t'ounsellors at Law. Nos. 31, 32 and 50
Baker Block, Los Augeles, Cal.
AX LOEWFNTHAL, ATTORNEY Alfa
Counselor at Law. German language
spoken. Room 14 Bumlllcr Blook, Los An
geles. Cal. *BB
Hknrv K. GA' LOW AY, Attorney-at-Law.
Chas. W. Chase.
/GALLOWAY A CHASE, EXAMINERB OF
\X Titles aud Conveyancers, Room 4, Allen
Block. Los Angeles, Cal. aua tf
OKirrlN JOHNSTON. SHELDON BOHDEN.
B. A. Yorba.
JOHNSTON, BORDEN A YORBA, ATTOR
nevs-at-Law and Examiners of Titles
Rooms' 7 aud 8, Jones Block, 75 North Spriug
street. Abstracts end certiflctes ot title fur
nished with promptitude aud accuracy,
23*l*OYraBM T ItL K fcjtl'S.
AaA OFFICE, R. R-tTS
ffiilM fli Ticket Broker and Real Es-flB">
Property aold ou Installments.
E NI TITKOF.it, removed te 15W N. Spring.
Telephone 113. Residence Fifth and Hone
streets. » u8 "»
Useful and Hurtful Medicines.
There is a certain class of remedies for con
stipation absolutely useless. These are
boluses and potions made iv great pirt ot |
ooiophylliu. aloes, rhubard, gamboge, aul
other worthless iusredicnts. The damage
they do to the stomachs of those who use
them is incalculable. They evacuate the
bowels, It is true, but always do so violently
and profusely, and besides, gripe the bowels
Their effect Is to weaken bo h them and the
stomact Better tar to use the agreeable
and saluttry aperient, Hosteller's Stomach
Bitters, the laxative effect of which is never
preceded by paiu, or accompanied by a
convulsive, violent nctiou of the biwels.
On the contrary, it invigorates those organs,
the stomach and the entire system. As s
means of curing aud preventing malarial
fevers, no medicine cau c-vmpare with it,
and it remedies nervous debility, rheuma
tism, kidney an' bladder inactivity, and
other iuorgauic ailtneu s.
Dr. Viiun'k Improved Llvor'PMla
Removes Constipation, prevents Malaria
cures Dyspepsia, and gives new life to the
system. Only ouo for a dose. Free sam
ples at C. F. Heinceman's.
WHY WILL YOU • ough when Shlloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10
cts., 50 cts., aud 11, C. F. Heiuteman, agent,
Los Augeles.
C. 11. Hance,
Our enterprising druggist, guarantees posi
tive relief for any Cough, Cold, Crocp,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, aud all Lung
and Bronchial complain* by the use of that
pleasant aud never-falling remedy, Santa
Abie, the California King of Consumption
cures. Try it.
Now Has Faith.
I had been troubled all winter with cold
and pain iv the chest aud got no relief from
remedies recommended by druggists and
physicians. At the same time 1 was adver
tising Dr. Kosauko's cough «ud lung syrup.
I had little faith, hut thought to try it as a
last resort, now I believe even more than
they tell me ol Ps eiirativeouullties.—From
the News, Elizabeth -own, Ky. Sample bot
tle 5 cents at C. F. Helnzeman's.
The Electric Railway Home
stead Association
Hereby give untico that the distribution ol
the lots in the South Side tract will take
place in room 8, Schumacher Block, March
8, 1687, at 1 o'clock p. m.
Duc De Montebello Champagne
In every firat-class house. Imported
brands.
Hiding a sallow ss in.
Her complexion formerly was yellow, now
her brilliantly tinted sea shell cheeks arc
admiration ot hundreds. She used Fret
man's medicated lace powder.
WE WA RRANT Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir
to relieve the Asthma iv one mluute. c. F.
Helnzeman, ageut, Los Augeles.
AU respectable dealers keep Damiana Bit
ters. Michel Levy a Co., wholesale liquor
dealers, agauts.
REV. II B. EWELL, of Pavilion, N. V.,
says of Gilmore's Aromatic Wine. I be
lieve it to be the a most desirable remedy to
be placed in every family." C. F. HEINSE
MAN, Ageut, Los Augeles.
REV. E. J. WHITNEY, of Clarkson. N. V.,
says Gilmore's Aromatic Wine foi Female
weakness, stands without a, rival. C. F.
Helnzeman, agent, Los Angeles.
Southern Headquarters
JACKSON'S NAPA SODA SPRINGS!
A Pure Mineral Water Bottled
lv Ite Own Uae.
ANALYSIS OF THE WATER.
Temperature Fahrenheit. 88 dgs
Residue from the evaporation of »
ga ll on 08.(6 gri
Bicarbonate of Soda. 18.T1
Carbonate of Magnesia
Carbonate of Lime WW
Chloride of Sodium *•«
Subcarbonato of Iron 7-5*
Sulphate of Soda b*S
SUlcloub Aeld ra
Alumina oeo
TESTIMONIALS.
We the undersigned physicians, practic
ing in the city of San Francisco, have ex-
Lmlned the r 'snlt of the analysis made by
USSrtli"which cannot fail to be very
eases ana linrauii 11 i'^° a • —
Stout. «& Ol Arc™. H. Gibbons Chan.
Bertody. F. A. I 10l in an. A. J- »° • J " *
Whitney, J. Fomgcaud. W. F. MCNutt.
HO nret Street. Nadeau Block,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
mm- Families Supplied at Residence.
jßfTf GARDE VAIIONY, Agent.
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 3. 1887.
DYE WORKS.
(IITY STEAM DYING AND CLEANING
j Works —A. Lorrain. Office 120 South
street, opposite the old place. Dyeing and
Cleaning of every kind of ladles' and gent's
clothing, crape, shawls, silk and lace, kid
gloves and shoes, flannel and ribbons, lace
curtains, blankets, made equal to new.
Black silk dresses made a specialty. Dye
works Ne. 86 South Los Angeles Bt. Great
reduction lv price. aulo6m
/ 1 ERM \N STEAM DYE WORKS—LADIES
11 and gents' clothing cleaned and dyed.
Cleaning of flannel underclothing, etc.,
without shrlnksge or smell, a specialty.
GEO. BOEKIIOFF Si CO.. 128 South Main
street, opposite cathedral, Los Augeles.
fel>B tf
TJARISIAN STEAM DYf.ING AND CLEAN-
X ing Works. Dyeing aud Cleaning of ev
ery description. Ladies' dresses dyed with
out ripping. Kid Glsves, Flannels, Ribbons
and Blankets made to look like new. olllce:
ll«8outh Spring street. Dye Works: Cor
ner New High and Bellevue avenue.
0 2 J. VOLLET. Proprietor.
LOS ANGELKS STEAM DYEING AND
Cleaning Company. Offlce—Corner of
Main and Arcadia streets, opposite Wells,
Fargo & Co. Dyeing and cleaning of every
description of ladies' and gents' clothing.
Orders taken and delivered. Send postal
card. Telephone No. 227. Branch corner
Main and Second streets.
sep9 JAMES LARQUIER, Manager.
ABCHITECTS. ~
W.O. MKRITHF.W. GEO. F. COBTERIBAN.
COSTERISAN & MERITHEW, ARCUl
tects and Sanitary Engineers, 81 South
Main street, Rooms 4 and 6, Mott's Block,
Los Angeles, California. 113-tf
AC. LUTGENB — ARCHITECT!- MAX
. well Building, corner Court and Main
meets, au'/u
CHAS. L HTBANOE, FEED C. OOTTSCHALK.
STRANGE Si GOTI'SICHALK—ARCUI
tects, Offl"es, Nos. 44 South Spring street
Rooms 3 aud 4, and 22 West First street,
RoofhsUaud 13, Lns Angeles, CaL P.O.
Box 614. Telephone 97,
TH. GOFF, ARCHITECT, 43 TEMPLE
. st. Formerly of Toronto. d 25 3m
EB. YOUNG—ARCHITECT AND BUPER
. iufudent Office, Rooms 18 and 19,
Roeder Blook. ]y2O tf
CtAMUEL ANi-i JOSEPH C. NEWSOM-
O Architects—Room 2, 108 North Main
Bt., Los Angeles. an!B-tf
KYSOR, MORGAN St WALLS—ARCHI
tects, rooms 1,2 and 8, No. 86 South
Spring B'.. Los Angeles,Cal, ocH-tf
J _ OHK C. PELTON, JR.—ARCHITECT,
Wilson block, No. 24 West First street,
between Spring and Main. Room 25. 021
REE YE—A RC HiTFCT AND SUR
. veyor. Room 10, Phillips Block,
Main street. Residence West Washington
street, Los Angeles, Cal. Twenty-two
years' experience. au4-tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
LITHOGrIpHIC : ESTABLISHMENT
— FOB —
Southern California.
rtW~ PATRONIZE A NEW AND HOME
ENTERPRISE.
Llthogrephlc work executed In the latest
styles end at leaaonable priors.
BESION9 FUBNIBIIED ON APPLICATION.
Correspondence solicited.
Before ordering elsewhere send for esti
mates and information by applying to the
Los Angeles Lithographic Co.
OFFICE: Timer-Mirror Co.—Telephone No.
29, Los Angeles. ,
Th. Bessino, Formerly Manager ol the
Merchants' Lithograph, Co.. K. C.
Tueo. A. Schmidt, Formerly Head Del. and
jingr. for the Schmidt Label St Lltho. Co.,
Sau Francisco. 118-lm
PHkSICIANS.
RS. DARLING St MURPHY-OCULISTS
and aurists. Office 120 North Main
oireet. Offloe Hours—9 a. k. jo 4 r. It.: 7
to 8 r. m. ftwatl-AAwtf
■ SR. B. F. KIhtIULTF, SPECIaLISI' 1«
U treating diseases ol the Eye, Ear and
Throat. byes scientifically tested for
glasses. Office, 132 North Main street, over
axis Angeles Savings Bank. Hours, from 9
a. M. to sv. M. Residence, 840 Temple
street. 120-3 m
Wa. Harbison. J- T. Moruan
T\RS. MAKRISON 4 MORGAN—OFFIuE
1) 25 and 26, Schumacher Block. HOURS
—9 to 12 A. M., Itos r. m. Dr. Morgan's rea
ideuce, 44 N. Daly street. Dr. Harrison',
resideuce, 14 West Seventh street. 124tf
J~ W. GROSVENOK, M. D. —OFFICE AND
• residence, 343 Fort street, bet. Fourth
and Fifth, Los Angeles.
Office Hours-8 to 11 A. M., 2 to 4 T. M. and
7 pr. (Msf • nor, besldeß attending to the
general practice of medicine and surgery,
will give special attention to diseases ol the
£*c aud Ear. operations lor cataract, arti
ficial pupil, etc.,sklllully performed. Ul-lm
E. GKESHAM, M. D., NO. 75 NOnTH
. Spriug street. Lob Angeles. ]14 em
DX. J. H. DAVISSON—OFFICE AND
residence S^^ub^Spriugs^r^^att
J-WknlrTm. d.—office and resi
, deuce—3l N. Main Btreet, Los Angeles.
l~iR. JOoEPIFTCURTZ-NO. 265 MAIN
i) street,
i'lß. e*~oT~manni g, office and res
i* idence 87 South Fort street. Office hours
—9 to It a. M. 2to 4P. M. Telephone 232.
IHUZABETH A. FOLLANSBEE, M. D-
U oiace aud resideuce 240 South Fort
street. Offloe hours-8 to 10 a. M. and * to
6 r. M. i 1 ? 16
ROSE - TALLBOTT, M. D. —OFFICE 240
South Fort street (with Dr. iollausbee.)
umce hours, 10 to 12 a. m. Residence. 19
Ninth street. olßt '
TTrs. alp. oawielle, m. d— physi-
M clan and Surgeon, office hours, 10 to
iJa m . aud 2 to 4 r. M. Maxwell Block
comer Court and Main streets. Room 5. d9tl
T~MILLS BOAL, M. D.-89 NORTH
J. Spriug Btreet (over People's Store).
Hours-lOto 12,1 to 8, 6to 7:30. Residence,
347 Hill street, two doors from Filth street.
Telephone No. 135. 0C24
M. D.- PHYSICIAN AND
(J. surgeon, office 75 North Spring
Bireet, rooms 17 and 18. Ho>.rs irorn Ua. m.
to 2 p. in. Specialty—Skiu aud Bviual dis
eases and cluonic general. _nT-tf
M" RsTdR. MINNIE WELLS —FIRST LADY
licentiate of Kentucky. Specialty:
Diseases oi women and children , also, In
connection with her practice, Electric
Thermal Baths. 341 SSpriug street.. nl,tf
TilTcTllbGTß SMIfH-DISEASES OF
1) women a specialty. Rectal diseases
tTcated by the Brinkerhoff Faiuless Sys
«m. Hours-9 a. H. to 4p. m. Offices-
Corner of Spring aud Secoud streets. Hoi
leubeckßlook. » c P jtl
DR M. HILTON WILLIAMS-275 NORTH
Main street (opposite Wells, r argo t
oo's Express Office.) Specialty-diseatcs
of the bead, throat and chest, together
with the eye. ear and heart. Office hours,
from 9:30 a. v. to 4 r. M. sep.s_
ISAYsTjN'T7ir"CKINB, M. D.-17 NORTH
if' Main street, rooms 18, 19, 20 auu 21.
ItOUTB 11 A. «. to 1 P. M., 2 jr. M. to 4 P. M.
Kesideuce, 841 8. Hill street. Telephone,
office and residence 258. Special treat
ment of eye, ear, nose ana throat dis
eases. _. nt,M
— OFFICE, SCHU
maoher block, opposite Postoflice,
rooms 20 and 21. Offlce hours, 12 it. to 3 p.
M. Resldeuce r'earl stieet, coruer ol Ninth.
Office houis at resideuce, to 9 A m. ;7toB
p m Telephone No. IM at otuce and resi
dence. Jan3if_
/iHARLIiSW. lilt V SON, M. D., PHYSICIAN
{i and Surgeon. .f»a-Gives B pe C ial atteu
to the "Medical and Surgical Diseases ol
Women." Office iv Solomon Block, No,
tt'A South Spriug street, between Fir.t and
Secoud streets, room 1 and 2. Office hours
I irooi 8 A. K. to U M., 2to 5, aud 7 to 8 P, M.
Resideuce William street, between Eleventh
aud twelfth.
TIR. I E. COIIN-LATE BUFERINTEND
II lue Surgeou Northern Pacific Rail
road. Physiciau and Surgeon. Office
Houks—loto 12 a. m., 2t04 p. St. Office 2b
N. Spriug St., Rooms 8, 9 and 10. Resdeuce,
Makara House. Main St., between lhir'l
and Fourth. Telephone 564. Day aud
night calls attended to. sMtl_
t-fiAN TFT HILTON, M, D. PHYSICIAN
J and Surgeon, Graduate of the univer
sity ol Michlg'in. Office and resldeuce .>42
South Maiu street, office hours 10 to 12 a. m.
2t04 P. If., aud 7 toSv, M. References Prof.
A, 11. Palmer, Dean o( the University of
Michigan, Sap. E. Frothiugham A. M. 11. D
Professor ot Therapucllcs and Materia Med
ica Uuiversitv ol Michigan; lebtilm
WALTER N. HAWLEY & CO.,
BUCKEYE MOWERS, Cart s ( Windmills, Barbed Wire, Scales, Rope, Nails, Etc., '^^^^^^^^^^^^
ISTos. 58, GO and 62 North Los Angeles Street, Los .Angeles, California.
Perkins Windmill, Light-Running, Durable, Storm-Pro®f
SCHUTTLER WAGONS, ) LANSING BUGGIES, j Racine Express Wagons, )ColdwaterandPetalumaCiirts
superior to All. I llleganland Durable. I Blade Specially for this market,J »or Spcfillnff, irreafeUaa;, "Bte.
ALL KINDS OF BEST STEEL FENCING WIRE.
THE GREATEST ATTRACTION YET OFFERED
In the way of a Desirable Keal Estate investment and for
BEAUTIFUL VILLA HOMES
AS WELL A3 FOR BUSINESS, IS
The New Town of " Ramona."
MR. J. DuBARTH BHORB, PRESIDENT OF THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY COMPANY,
has subdivided and put upou the market five hundred acres of as choice land as
there is in Southern California, situated onthe Southern Pacific Railroad, south of and
adjoining Shorb's Ststion, ouly six miles from the city of Los Augeles aud being the first
station east. Six Express Trains Dally. Location for Healthfulness,Climate, Productive
nets of Soil and Beautiful Scenery is unsurpassed. It Is well sheltered by the beautiful
foothills surrounding it; is in full view of and only four miles from "THE RAYMOND,"
the finest hotel iv Southern California, and three miles from South Pasadena. The
character of
THE HMIi IS ALLUVIAL, VERY RICH, AUD EASILY CULTIVATED.
The rainfall is greater % than in many portiona of the valley, and the soil retains the
moisture, and the growth of vegetation, troes and vines is wonderful. It is adapted to
ORANGES and LEMONS, being well sheltered aud free from fog aad Irost. Vineyards
do exceedingly well, as has beeu demonstrated, as also all kiuds of deciduous fruit*
It adjoins the Alhambra tract, whlcrt it highly improved, as alse the San Gabriel Wine
Company's large vineyard; is very accessible to the city, and with greater railroad facili
ties now tinder contemplation, cheap aud rapid transit, one can attend to busiuess in the
city aud at the same time have A DELIGHTFUL HOME.
Tl»e Water la Supplied Irsm a Private and Indisputable Source,
And is of the purest quality. It will be piped through the principal streets of the town,
so each and every oue can have an abundant supply at all times. It is the determina
tion of the President of the company to place this property on the market at very
attractive prices and on reasonable terms of payment, much less, considering its many
advantages aud surroundings, than auy like property in the valley. The tract Is subdi
vided inte lots and blocks ol all sizes, so auy one cau be suitod, and those who desire to
avail themselves of an opportunity for an investment this is a splendid chance, and those
who select early will have a decided advantage as to location and prices.
CVFnr maps and full particulars, oall ou or address
L. W. DENNIS, Agent,
BAKER BLOCK (first lloor), LOS ANGELES.
Or J. M. TIEIiNAN, - - Shorb's Station
lifl|:"pußNTK:liH|
A FLOURISHING TOWN AT THE FOOTHILLS!
QTOP AND SEE WHAT HAS BEEN DONE AT THIS THRIVING PLACE-IT IS ONLY
" 18 miles from Los Augeles. Ten passenger trains pass daily. A nice depot has Just
been built. A tasty aud well-kept hotel is open to tho public. Four stores have been built
here, several cottages, a livery stable, a blacksmith (hop, etc., etc. A brick block is now
going up which will contain three business rooms on the first floor and a large music hall
and anterooms in the seoond story. One or two more brick blocks are promised to be
built soon. The plans have been adopted for a church, which will be built before spring.
A $6000 school-house is soon to be erected. This is fast becoming a business center for
the large and beautiful valleys surrounding It It will be a popular health resort, as It is
well protected by the foothills andcommaudsa flao psnoramlc view of Covina, Azusa
Duarte, Monrovia, Sierra Madre, Pasadeua, Raymond Hotel, etc. The Puente oil wells
aro becoming noted, and are lurnlshlng fuel for many large manufactories In different
parts of the State. Why should we uot have manufacturing done here aud save trans
portation? The surrounding lauds are about to be subdivided into small tracts. Visit
PUENTE and be convinced that this is the place to make good investments. Lots have
sold very rapidly, but lew are let! which cau be had at low prices.
MT-Partles wishing to see the place will find excellent acoommodations at the
Hotel Rowland, Puente, aud Mr. SIAS, the proprietor, will take pleasure in furnishing
imps and sluwlug the tract. For further information, call on the owners,
POMEEOY & STIMSOIS",
AT OFFICE OF P'JMEROY & WATES, IB COURT ST., JLOB ANUELES.
JalO-lm
J*PK«JIALI!»'rS.
ADA ME C. ANTONIA, M. D., BUSINESS
uud Medical Clairvoyant; lo years oi
large practic- in Sau Francisco; correct
nosia and sure, careful treatment of all dis
eases Ladies aud gentlemen can consult
her oil all and evcrv affair ol lite, specula
tion, mines, ores, etc.. 11l South Maiu s.rect,
Opposite Cathedral, from 11 a., "-toa r. St.
Diseases oi women and chronic diseases a
specialty. English, French and Uermau
spoken. J 4 si2_
MRS. EMMA S. HILL, TEACHER OF
Metaphysical Science or Christian
healing, 28 3. Main street, Koom U. Bonn
1 tot !•■ M. SflS!
M,SS COOLF.V, METAPHYSICIAN. 210 S.
Spring street, Koom 1, irom 1 t ° t 4 p^ tf M '
D*R. A. E. I>K OAILHOL, ACCOUCHEUR,
and Surgeon. Otuce and resideuce 2U7
Temple sfreet. When desired. ; ady Patients
are boarded during treatmeut oi diseases
peculiar to their sex. "Jl?"^
\MKS. 0. E.liollKCEY HAS REMOVED
M to her resideuce, 145 Bellevue avenue,
and will make a specialty of midwifery.
Ladiel wishing to be cared lor cau be ac
oommodated at her house. She can always
be found at home. __________
" HOMfOPATBISTM.
« B, SAIUBDRY, M D., HOMOWATIHC
Physician aud Surgeou. Ofbce, for the
present, at residence, 63* Pearl street,
hours, a to 12 a. a„ 2 to 6 and 7 M m,
Telephone 577. J als ;JL_
Til LI A F BUTTON, M. D. - OFFICE
J boors: 10 to 19, 2 to 4. 7to 8. Offloe 41
South Spring street. Qlb tt '
TSAAC FELLOWS, M. D.-HOMUC .aTII
-1 Ist omce Hours-11 to 12 a. My 2to 6
r v Offlco-Nos. 8 and 6 Odd Fellows
Building, Los Angeles, Cal. Residence,
408S< uth Main street. liZ»_
A. CLARICE, M. D.-OFFICE AND
. residence, No. M South Spring street,
LosAngelos Office Hours-11 to 12 A.M.,
3 to hr.M. Telophuue No. 363 JBtl_
D~ R A E. WHEELER—HOMtKOAAHIST
Offlce Rnd residence 21 South Fort
street. HOCM-M to 3 and evenings.
Telephono No. 4fi. g»
MFKKN ANDEZ. M. D -HOMUiPATHIST
. Otlceaud resideuce.Wllsou nloct. 24
West First street, betweeu Main and Spriug
streets, rooms Nos. 10 and 11. Hours-10 a
m. to 12 M.; 2to 4 p.u. A specialty of blood
diseases. .
T~snmOßß. M. D. HOMUiOPATHIST.
A. Ofttco 132 North Main street, Maa
carcl Block; residence 178 Spriug street.
Loa Angeles. Offlce hours 11 to 12 a. m., Ito
4 T at Telephono Nos.— Reaidenoe, H2;
offloe, 276. i' Tls
Bn«lNJHBB8 AKl> St'ttVllYOltsT
If. McCLURE, CIVIL ENGINEER
. and Surveyor, U. 8. Deputy Mineral
Surveyor. 134 North Main street, Los An
geles.'Cal. Telephone No. 95. aus ly
CIERVAIBE pT'ROELL, B. A. C. E., CON
IT Bulling Engineer and Surveyor; Asso
ciate Member Institute Civil Engineers, Lon
don. Room 14, Allen Block, corner Spring
and Temple. oltt
LATTIsMHtKM.
Hi street, near corner Seventh. Tele
phone No. 867. Our wagons call for and de
liver washing In all parts of the city. All
orders promptly attended to. Only white
labor employed. au6-tf
Great, Grand Auction Sale 1
AT
By JOHN C. BELL & CO.,
i 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, elegant, FtNE lots!
" Sale takes place on the ground. The world-renowned SANTA MONICA, the only watering place where *
geptleman may have his family reside at the beach and have all the necessary time to transact his business in th*
city; about 50 minutes' ride. Fine cold, clear sparkling MOUNTAIN WATER piped to the grounds.
SOIL, fine light sandy loam ; will grow anything tbat can be grown in the tropics.
CLIMATE and BATHING.—No place and accommodations superior.
The sale will be continued from day to day until the number of lots are sold.
SCOTT'S ARCADIA HOTEL of Santa Monica, the Palace of Southern California. The aecommoa»ti»n«
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. Our Bale is advertised
ahead to give parties at a distance all necessary time to enable them to attend. Parties wishing catalogues at a
distance, address R. S. Baker, Walter Van Dyke, Esq., firm of Wells, Vau Dyke & Loa, or John C. Bell, 17
Temple Block.
Parties at a distance, who are unable to attend, may forward bids of any lots to he sold by telegraph. The
lots to be sold are bounded hy Third, Nineteenth and Railroad avenue, every lot to an alley; size of lots, 60x150;
will be sold single or iv lots to suit purchasers. .
TERMS OF SALE, CASH.—AII acts of sale at expense of purchaser. Abstract at, the offlce of Wells, Van
Dyke & Lee, Baker Block; 10per cent, to be paid on the fall of the hammer, balance to be paid on receiving deed.
A9b»t"All parties please take notice —You will receive your deeds front Walter Vas Dyke, Esq., at the office oi
Wells, Vau Dyke & Lee, attorneys, Baker Block.
JPaa^NOTE. —Probably there is no beach on the globe with such a world-wide reputation as Santa Monica,
visited by parties from almost every nation on the continent. Everybody cordially invited to attend.
HB-i4t JOHN C. BELL, Auctioneer.
The St Elmo Hotel,
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.
HARRY K. ROSE, R. MLDERRAIH,
Of Sunny Slope. Of Los Angeles.
ROSE&BILDEREAIN. T>ropriet©»s.
'^^^^
The Most Centrally Located Hotel in the City.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
Charges Reasonable. |
REAR TaaESF. FACTS:
We warrant the St. Elmo Tables to be the finest in tbe oily.
The city Postomce is in the same block.
Five lines of Horse and Cable Cars pass the door,
AU R. R. Ticket Offices are in the same building and the bnildingi opposite.
It ia the only thoroughly tire-proof hotel with brick partitions in the city.
It is the Tourists' Resort and Commercial Travelers' Home.
It has the largest number of graded rooms of any hotel.
The interior is new, cleanly and comfortable.
We ate connected with no other hotel. Bs not dectived by runners.
Special attention given by tbe I roprietora to the traveling publio.
O. W. MEYSENBUIIG & CO.,
Cincsuo, l?r> Dearborn street. St. Louis, 204 N. Third street.
Street Railway and Cable Railway Material a Specialty.
1 LIGHT KAILS. STEEL AND IKON, HEAVY CASTINGS, FORCINGS, BRASSES. WC.
I
' xar-For prices apply direct, or to D. WHEELER, 6 Commnrelsl street. Loa Angel—
Tbe Wonder of tbe Nineteenth Cwtttry!
PROF. ASHBOBN'S
Numindi's Embossing Oil!
THK ONLY PAINr-RENEWER
IN EXISTENCE—M\NITFAOTCKbD AM)
nwued by tne Embossing Ol) Comnao*
lianbury, Cmiu. Tblatnvemiou has woMsr
tul renewiug powers In bringing out the
faded colors of painted bonnes When used
it brines out a better color thsn the patio.
Call nud Investigate. Town, city and
State rights for sale. A. A.CURTIS, Agent
I->LmBaTu 1 h 43 Tern v l e «ttCttt,
AnnnTnTTTTIi Cure without Medicine,
POSITIVE r^"ifn d c ,^ r^i y eu l /c
the most obstinate case in four days or less.
i|lan<i Soluble medicated
Honglea !
No nauseous doses or cupebs, copaiba or
oil of sandalwood that are e cr '« in '° p ™:
duce dyspepsia by destroying the coatings
of the stomseb. . „ .__•«,. „-
Price, $1.50. Sold by all n ™«'"'": h or .,
mailed on receipt of price. For further |
particulars, send for circular.
P '/c. B allan'aco.. UUllii.
H John street. New ork. ** " «*"
f23-4tW-F-M
frw Eastern offloe of this Journal Is with
Messrs. PALMER * RsY, 46 Tribune
Building, Mew YorK, and all orders for
Eastern advertisements must come
through them.
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