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mondonviTXei Situated on a Superb Plateau, Between Washington and Adams Streets. EVERY DAY P yd %T C | AT 10 A.M. AND 2P. M. === > 40,000 Vines and Trees of All Kinds. WATER TO BE PIPED IN FRONT OF LOTS. STREETS LINED WITH SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREE 3. Large Lot*, Small Prlcce, Viz : $275 Each; $50 Cash and $20 Per Month, Without Interest. Three lota donated for Public Schools and Churches. No Taxes to be paid until Decern ber, 1888. Located iv the Southwestern tuburb, at the door aud iv the growing direction of the city. MONDONVILLE Is without doubt the BEST AND CHEAPEST tract to-day in the market. Sold by the owner. mrl-2m C. BIONDON, Booms 1 and 4, Old Postoffice Butldlnsr, Up Staira. IMPORTANT Arlington Heights, T0 WAS IT IN«iT O IM STREET, The future Grand Biulevard from Los Angeles to tho Pacific Ocean. J | Just Outsido Los Angoles Cit7 Limits. SITUATED ON THE HI3H MESA ! PERFECTY LEVEL! EASY TO REA'-II ! NO FKOST ! Valuable Property N ° F ° U! A "* No Adobe Soil, MAGNrFICENT VIEW! AT Pefectlon of Climate, Kich Loamy Soil, Pure Water, Easy Access. LOW FIGURES! wil *^ B,^ no "'' , Will probably bo erected soon ou Arlington Heights. 3ixty-one feet on Springst., with two- PRICE 3 LOW—TERMS EASY. story building; vow paying good raw of Interest, with prospect of , . , , , t . large increase 857,000 Inducements to those who Sixty feet ou Spriug St.; a first-class agre>J to build immediately. investment 25,0 0 Forty-five feet on Spring St., with 2 00 Town tote for Sale, good building 75,000 ' Sixty feet on Fort St., 33) feet deep; Fronting on streets 100, f.o, and not less than JIO.OOO building; very near busl- 60 leet wide. Also, Six?? T «" *X a " c ,r '' B fronting on Washington St. 78.003 Two,, >-5 -acre lots bet. Washington aud Se fiue n s t t' tSJc? in'ihe'city 'for'sibdi- Ten fronting on Pico ct-eet. vision a bareain 90 000 Tl " r ">- lots bet. I'ico an.l Sisth sta. Fifty'four acres on Main 'stre'e'tYfino ' Ten BW-acre lots between Wcsbiu,-:on and ™' m Teu&lWronllng on Adams street. ™Vacre ersiae. Twenty acre lots bet. Adamt aud Jetfcr i. Z T . Bn- i.-ric iltiirul land ' son streets m can b-'. found v the 8-a c per Ton SK-"cre lots fronting on Jefferson st. as can D 9 louuu in tne o.ate, per Twenty lon bet. Jefferson street 110 fect'cor'uer'.if Pearl'aud'.sixthsts Htioo 9anta Monica Railroad. House and let ouThomp onstreet, _ " . 1111 l tract 3500 #J3fr*TEß>is or Payment.-»*> Fivelots.Kl 1000 One-fourth cash, one-fourth 0 months, one %\T£vsV ta n LtXM& fou " h 1 -e-fourtbtSmouths. TvVeMy ™c'r'ea choice' 'alfalfa land; The plateau of Arlington Heights offers withiu 2 miles of city limits; per the m " st m-oniiflceut view to be beheld in acre 200 Southern California, embracing Thirty !x MP«3 :' tnf-ea from ci .y of tin Ics A.igel .c \ a ley, ar.d x.en llug fine flowing artesian well, house. from Sau Pedro and Santa Monica on the >,oro ,ni oormm 4000 Pacific occ-ui, ncro-s the plains to the font- Five hills. «utl up to the snowy heWhts of the «Hhi . 5000 Merre Mad re mountains. This table-and Three lots,'igo'xiio to »foot alley, 2 r „ m £f, a Al t C^ ly .iV« e .i. 1,4 SSSSSUb corner Figueroa and MTiihntt.au £»« 1)0 feet h ghcr than th* elevation of streets elezant residence prop- Spring nnd Main streets. To reach It there ertt ar'aharA n rt - imeace prop are no hills to climb, and as the streets erty, at a oargaiu leading from the center of Los Ang dcs city froTstreTt *7*V^Z & ' c '- oae bIOCk 'MS S? oh ° aiotsou " ilue ' roa6treetata nfeoTO-ercS. Mass. streot - Sssssk 'z s i h \iV^x^dx:± bargain, "J^^^d. lMTnonrr nnxr n r»T» > >TT\T A stratum of purest well water is str ick riiY St KltiiVm anywhere on the tract at a depth of from IYLo JLLL, VuA OL DUnillflf thirty to sixty feet. The plateau of Arling ton Heiirhts is unequal" » t health. A « gentle breeze from the 1 r ciflc cean fans it daily; sea fosrs uever r, »eh as 'devotion, ybk. I and frosts being almost uutnowu ou the BML. ' Mesa,'' the most tender piauts, such as to %jSB matoe vines, bear fruit th ire every day of fWV the year. The Santa Monica branch of the —-5 S. P. R. R. ruusa ongslde this elegant tract; MP/ the present terminus of the Electric Street WW Railroad Is'distant oni half mile from Ar- W lineton Heights, aud it is expee'ed that it 31 West rir.t Street, Ueights eXlCUdCli *° thr ° ag " Arliu *" m u»„, tmm a un.. mm w n, vi-Br.inrw Every city has Its on"? fashionable suburb Sew Los Angeles National Bank Blilbinq par e J Oe)l > enr . o . A3 Loulioll hftB ltB R|h- C uu "" mond. and Fsrishas its SaiutCloud. Arliug- ton Heights, by a happy combination of ad- C. j-i rrn nrfr-rt nm, n vantages, promises to become a fash k niTUITIJTI 0 llrt able add tion to t.os ADgoles, of tho beau- A NII UN lin ft Lfl -E sta ona pKric lko Krouuds 01 the • Xli U\J J.UJLI XJ XL UUUii The elegant lawns and stately mansious of „ the rich will bo found here within a short Real Estate Agents anl Auctioneers, ™* purchasers »b 0 take advantage 1 of our low prices and easy terms will reap mx -nt„„41~ o+„„«* a golden harvest of their inves meut in Ar -14 Nortn spring otreet. tiuttouHeights. For further particulars, prices and maps, apply to the offico of the Arlington Heights WE HAVE FOR SALE: L»nd & Water C >mpany. ■13,000-17-room house on lot 100x250 in WIESENDAKUKH & BDXULIi, East Los Augeles; will make a fine 25 West First St., up stairs, corner of First boardlug house; and Spring streets, or S3o— An acre. Fine tract of 640 acres at JAMES P. MCCARTHY, Ontario. This is a bargain. £3 West First St., or •65,000—109 acres of land withlncitv Hm- ROBERT TURNER, Us. Fine place for subdivision. f2O 111 West First St. • 13,000-Choice tract all laid out, ready , mmm. •53,000-30 acres on Seventh street, mag- Mq pPAATMI? I T jP, Cf\ • block from cable MdIIUIWLL (V lU., road. •65,0U0—80 acres of choice orange grove, will guarantee a profit of 440.000 In (Successors to F. Adam) a subdivision. Lots In all parts of the city. Houses of al sizes aud prices. Lots iv Ela Park Tract. JgfljW ocl7 U North 3prlng Btreot. 7 FOR SALE. No. 113 A BEAUTIFUL IMPROVED FRUIT , „ ' farm at the feothllis, Duarte, contain- NortU Hprltip; M« Los Angeles, lug 20 acres; a very healthful and central mr4 " lm location, opposite the pontofflce, convenient ■ ■ ~ choiefst v'arletle e s: the"frult commands tne \ i 111 j 1/ UW\ D 11 highest prices; will pay well on the luvest J)IUU lljU II Xllil/ ment;M shares of water. This Is a cheerful T home with grand onktroos about the house and yard. The purchaser to have the T a HEREBY OFFERED FOR THE AR ready for Market. c '>" « ivo Immediate 1 and couvlctlon ot RUy perfun or possession. Aa ft sjtimSDN persous detected in tampering with or In " " Puadena any way meddling with the gates, pipes or "~ lm . — meters of the Los Anueles Gas Company The Tchachipa Building Stone Co. comply, r ...... Per order CHARLES ELLERY, ALPHEUS LEWIS ™»J™ mr2-lw Socretary. GEO. F. BLMtt .......Treasurer (Fl si. National Bauk). ROBERT A. LEWIS Socretary gko. h. crane. m. a. botello. cKnSuMttffi BOTELLO & crane; A S Quar,ler7oTßlTck Granite Gray ALBUQUERQUE MoiQe, Brown, Yellow, Green and White fEE»AND BALE STABLE. Sandstone. Orders of any dimension filled at ahoit uotlce For samples or Information, audreis R.A.LEWIS, gt*-Ca&\. Wood, Hay and Grain-831 P. O. Box 1338 Los Angeles, Cal. upper Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. P.O. Office 12 Court street. 115-lm Box 181. 12* LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 5. 1887. WALTER N. HAWLEY & CO., M ° m ' Buggies, Carts, Windmills, Barbed Wire, Scales, Rope, Nails, Etc.. w,,^^ Nos. 58, GO and 62 North Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, California. Perkins Windmill, Light-Running, Durable, Storm-Proof SCHUTTLER WAGONS, ) LANSING BUGGIES, J Racine Express Wagons, ) ColdwaterandPetaluma Carts Superior to All. ) Elegant and Parable. (made Specially to, «,,. m nrl[et .j lor Speeding, Breaking, Etc. ALL KINDS OF BEST STEEL FENCING WIRE. THE GREATEST ATTRACTION YET OFFERED In the way of a Desirable Real Estate investment and for BEAUTIFUL VILLA HOMES AS WELL A3 FOR BUSINESS, IS The New Town of " Ramona." MR. J. DeBARTH SHORB, PRESIDENT OF THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY COMPANY, has subdivided and put upon the market five hundred acres of as choice land as there is in Southern California, situated on the Southern Pacific Railroad, south of and adjoining Shorb's Station, only six miles from the city of Los Angeles and being the first station east. Six Express Trains Dally. Location for Healthfulness, Climate, Productive nesß of Sotl 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 lv Southern California, and three miles from South Pasadena. The character of THE SOU. IS ALLVVIAI.,VERVBICH, AND EASILY CULTIVATED. The rainfall is greater than in many portions of the valley, and the soil retains the moisture, and the growth of vegetation, trees and vines is wonderful. It is adapted to ORANGES and LEMONS, being well sheltered and free from fog aud frost. Vineyards do exceedingly well, as has been demonstrated, as also all kinds of deciduous frui'« It adjoins the Alhambra tract, which is highly improved, as olse the San Gabriel Wine Company's large vlueyard; is very accessible to the city, and with greater railroad facili ties now under contemplation, cheap aud rapid transit, one can attend to business In the city and at the same time have A DELIGHTFUL HOME. The Water 1« Supplied from a Private and Undiapntable Source, And is of tho purest quality. It will be piped through the principal streets of the town, so each and every one can have an abundant supply at a.l 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 and surroundings, thau auy like property in the valley. The tract Is subdi vided lute lots and blocks of all sizes, so any one can be suited, and those who desire to avail themselves of au opportunity for an investment this is a splendid chance, and those who select early will have a decided advantage as to location aud prices. £mT"l>'or maps and full particulars, call on or address L. W. DENNIS, Agent, BAKER BLOCK (first lloor), LOS ANGELES. Or J. M. TIERNAN, - - Shorb's Station The St. Elmo Hotel, LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA. HARRY K. ROSE, R. BILDKRRAIN. Of Sunuy Slope. Of Los Angeles. ROSE & BILDERRAIN, Proprietors. t •* [ i The Most Centrally Located Hotel in the City. STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. Charges Reasonable. REAR THESE FACTS: We warrant ihe St. Elmo Tables to bo the finest in the city. The city Postoffice is in the same block. Five lines of Horso and Cable Cars pass the door. All R. R. Ticket Offices are in the same building and the buildings opposite. It is the only thoroughly lire-proof hotel with brick partitions iv 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 conneoted with no other hotel. Be not deceived by runners. Special attention given by the proprietors to the traveling public. H. HILLER, President. L W. HELLMAN, Treas. J. J. WOODWORTH, Seoy Les Angeles Storags, Commission and Lumber Co. DEALERS IN OEEGON PfflE anfIREDWOOB LUMBER, Plastering Materials, Cement, Fire Brick, Marble Dust, Fire Clay, etc. MAIN YARD—San Pedro street, between Fourth aud Fifth, Old Santa Monica Railroad BBANCH P ?ARD—Alameda street,near Aliso, formerly Aycr Lumber Company. w wf(< , ißW< mmmmMr . O. W- MEYSENBUEG & CO., Chicago, ISS Dearborn street. St. Locis, 204 N. Third street. Street Railway and Cable Railway Material a Specialty. LIGHT RAILS, STEEL AND IRON, HEAVY CASTINGS, FOBGINGS, BRASSES, ETC. gHW For prices apply direct, or to D, WHEELER, 6 Commercial street, Los Angeles |U |: PUENTE : j jfj A FLOURISHING TOWN AT THE FOOTHILLS! QTOP AND SEE WHAT HAS BEEN DONE AT THIS THRIVING PLACE-IT IS ONLY 18 miles from Los Angeles. Ten passenger trains pass dally. A nice depot has Just been built. A tasty and well-kept hotel is open to the public Four stores have been built here, several cottages, a livery stable, a blacksmith nhop, 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 second story. Oue 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 »5000 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 and commands a fine panoramic view of Covins, Azusa Duarte, Monrovia, Sierra Madre, Pasadena, Raymond Hotel, etc. The Puente oil wells are becoming noted, and are furnishing fuel for many large manufactories In different parts of the State. Why should we not have manufacturing done here and 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 few are left which can be had at low prices. Car-Parties wishing to ace the place will find excellent accommodations at the Hotel Rowlasd, Puente, and Mr. 3IAS, the proprietor, will take pleasure in furnishing maps aud showing the tract. For further information, call on the owners, POMEEOY & STIMSON, AT OFFICE OF PIJIEBOY (JITES, 16 COUBT ST., I.OS ANCELFB. jalntm BYE WORKS. CITY STEAM DYING AND CLEANING Works—A. Lorraln. 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 rlhbons, lace curtains, blankets, made equal to new. Black silk dresses made a specialty. Dye works Ne. 86 South Los Angeles St. Great reduction In price. aulo6m I*3 ERMAN STEAM DYE WORKS—LADIES VT and gents' clothing cleaned and dyed. Cleaning of tlauuel underclothing, etc., without shrinkage or smell, a specialty. GEO. BOEKHOFF & CO., 123 South Main street, opposite cathedral, Los Ange:es. febB tf ARISIAN STEAM DYe.LNUAND CLEaN lng Works. Dyeing aDd cleaning of ev ery description. Ladies' dresses dyed with out ripping. Kid Gloves, Flannels, Ribbons and Blankets made to look like new. Olliee: 116 South Spring street. Dye Works: Cor ner New High aud Bellevue avenue. o2 J. VOLLET, Proprietor. LOS ANGELKB STEAM DYEING AND Cleaning Company. Office—Corner of Main aud Arcadia streets, opposite Wells, Fargo A Co. Dyeing and cleauiug of every description of ladies' and gents' clothing. Orders taken and delivered. Send postal card. Telephone No. 227. Branch corner Main aud Second streeta. sepD JAMES LARQTJIER, Manager. ATTORNEYS. MORTIMER A HARRIS, ATTORNEYS at-Law and Counsellors, Rooms 78 and 7sa, Temple Block, Los Angeies. Rusk Harris (BarrMerat-Law, late of Toronto, Canada); C. W. Mortimer. fl7tl J. ». SCOTT. H T LEE. LEE & SCOTT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Rooms 19 and 22 Temple block, Los au geles. j a 2-1 m D. P. HATOH. J. BROSSEAU. BROSSEAU A HATCH, ATTORNEYS AND Counsellors at Law. Nos. 31,32 and 56 Baker Block, Los Angeles, Cal. AX LOEWKNTHAL, ATTORNEY AND Counselor at Law. German language spoken. 800 n 14 Bumlller Block, Los An geles, CaL auStf Henry N. Ga loway, Attorney-at-Law. Chas. W. Chase. in ALLOW AY & CHASE, EXAMINERS OF VJT Titles and Conveyancers, Room 4, Allen Block, Los Angeles, Cal. ana tf Griffin Johnston! Sheldon Borden. B. A. Yorba. JOHNSTON, BORDEN & YORBA, ATTOR neys-at-Law and Examiners of Titles Rooms 7 and 8, Jones Block, 75 North Spring street. Abstracts and certificates ot title fur nished with promptitude and accuracy. AHCIHITEOTS. W. O. Merithew. Geo. F. Ccsterisan. COSTER. SAN A MERITHEW, AROHl tecu and Sanitary Engiueers, 31 South Main street, Rooms 4 and 5, Mott's Block, Los Angeles, California. f 13-tf AC. LUTGENB— ARCHITECT!- MAX . well Building, corner Court and Main streets. au2o CHAS. h STRANGE. FEED C. QOTTSCIIALK. STRANGE A GOT I'MCH ALK—ARCHI tects, Offices, Nos. 44 South Spriug street Rooms 3 and 4, and 22 West First street, Rooms 12 and 13, Los Angeles, Cal. P. O. Box 614. Telephone 97. TH. GOFF, ARCHITECT, 43 TEMPLE . St. Formerly of Toronto. d2u 3m 88. YOUNG—ARCHITECT AND SUPER , lntendeut. Office, Rooms 18 and 19, Koeder Block. Jy2o-tf KYBOR, MORGAN & WALLS-ARCHl tects, rooms 1, 2 and 8, No. 86 South Spring 81. Los Angeles,cat. ocf-tf BBEEVE— ARCHITFCT AND BUR . veyor. Room 10, Phillips Block, Main street. Besldence West Washington street, Los Angeles, Cal. Tweuty-two years' experience. au4-tf EXCURSIONS. MJ. DANISON A CO., EXCURSION • East via Salt Lake, March 10 and 24, April 7 and 21. 55 North Spring St. fe2s-lm \riOLET'B NEXT EXCURSION EAST, VIA New Orleats, Weduesuay, March 16th. Offlc, 2r,3 North Main street, or at South ern Pacific Ticket office. m 4. LM. WALTER'S EXCURSIONS GOING , East, leave Los Angeles March 1, 15 aud 29. Office, Pico House. seDl2tf POWELL'S NEXT EXCURSION EABT March 16, 1887. Office, Pico House corner. Jal9tf WARNER BROS. A CROSBY, OF 382 North Main street, Los Angeles, Ex cursions East nnd West at lowest rates, and Sleasant accommodation. Call on or ad rean them for paitionlars and rates. EMPLOYMENT BUREAUS. TTIMPLOYMENT OFFICE, R. R. K37 B"H Ti Ticket Broker and Real Ea-fIK tate Agent, Property sold on Installments. K. NITfINGK li, romovod to 15* N. Spring. Telephone 113. Residence Fifth and Hone streets. »"*-" /ha Eastern offloe of thle Journal le with Messrs. PALMER A "EY, 40 Tribune Building, New YorK, and all orders for Eastern advertisements muet come through thorn. E E. CARR, of Dsggetts Mills, Pa., says he saved the lite of his child with cronp by using Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir. C, F. Ueinzeman, agent, Lot Angeles, BHfH Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak ■cn, Exhantlcd Vitality, I.on yianuood, and all tbe terrible effects of self-abuse and excesses in raaturer years, such aa nocturnal emissions, i ss of mem ory, dimness of vision, aversion to society, the vital fluid passing unobserved in the urine, and other symptoms that lead to in sanity and death. Vaults; and Middle, aged Klen suffering from tbe above, should consult us at ouce. Cure Guar anteed In all Cases, t ontmna tion tree. Chemical analysis, including thorough microscopic examination of the urine, 15. An honest opinion given iv all eases. We furuish The Urea t English ICrinedy, Sir Astjcr Cooper* Vl* tal Hestoratlve at S3 a bottle or four times the quantity, 110. SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE to any one stating symptoms, sex aud age. Address ENULISH ITIEUIt.'AI. DIS. PENsARV, No. II Kearny Street, San Francisco, Cal. d 4 Southern Headquarters JACKSQN'S NAPA SODA SPRINGS! A Pure mineral Water Bottled In its Own Uas. ANALYSIS OF THE WATER. Temperature Fahrenheit 68 dgs Residue from the evaporation of a gallon 08.76 grs Bicarbonate of Sods 13.12 Carbonate of Magucsia 26.12 Carbouate of Lime 10 88 Chloride of Sodium 5.20 Suhcarbonate of Iron 7.84 Sulphate of Soda 1.84 Bilicious Acid 0.62 Alumina 0.60 TESTIMONIALS. We, the undersigned physicians, practic ing in the city of San Francisco, have ex amined the result of the analysis made by Or. L. Lanszweert, practical chemist, of the water of Napa Soda Springs of Napa. The water, according to this examination, pos sesses aperient, anti-acid and -tine tontc properties, which cannot fail to be very beneficial in the treatment of chronic dis eases and affording a pleasant, healthful and Invigorating beverage : H. M. Gray. A. F. Sawyer, Johu F. Morse. Arthur B. Stout, William O. Ayers, H. Gibbons. Chas. Bertody, F. A. Holman, A. J. Bo»le, J. P. Whitney, J. Fourgcaud, W. F. McNutt. 110 First Street. Nadeau Block, LOS ANGELES, CAL. XsF*Familles Supplied at Residence. WM-M GARDE MAHONY, Agent. ALFRED WRIGHT'S FINE PERFTJMERYj Sachet Powders, Etc., ARE WORLD-RENOWNED! <s*J*'Sold only to the retail drug trade at schedule prices. C. W. COBL'BN A CO., SOLE AGEItTS, 313-15 FRONT ST., SAN FRANCISCO. f23-dAw BEST AC RANTS. ILLIOH'S Restaurant and Oyster Parlors 41 AND 43 N. MAI STREET. GREAT REDUCTION IN OYSTERS Large Eastern Oysters, per 10C, - . • et.M Small " • . . . |3.50 Small Eastern, raw or slewed, 25 eta. par plate Eiwtern, sly style, - 50 cents per plate Baltimore selected Oysters. 85 oents per ou PRIVATE ROOMS Up otilrfi for ladles sod faudita*, where mea'i will M served In tho b*3l atvle. n24 .TERRY ILLICH, Proprietor. The Commercial Restaurant, V. DOL, PROPRIETOR, DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIN STREET. Receives alive and serves up evary day tilt oholoest FISH, Including SOLE, TURBOT and 8 SPRINO CHICKENS, Just In from the ranobes cooked hi every style This restaurant Is Los Angelers Delmonloo. mvltf 310 SOUTH OLIVE STREET. HOUSE AND LOT FOB SALE OR Ex change. Fine two-atory bouse of 18 rooms with abundance of closets and all modern conveniences. Lot 120x165 feet. FlSnTview overlooking the valley to the ';.,„ will take in part pay good city or 3 •» Kills. LITHOGRAPHIC : ESTABLISHMENT — FOR — Southern California. OT" PATRONIZE A NEW AND HOW ENTERPRISE. Lithographic work exeoutd In the latest styles and at reasonable prices. DESIGNS FURNISHED ON APrUCATIOM. Correspondence solicited. Before ordering elsewhere send for esti mates and information by apply lug to the ' Los Angeles Lithographic Co. OFFICE: Time*-Mirror Co.—Telephone Mo. 29, I.os Angeles Tu. Hessinu, Formerly Manager of the Merchauts' Lithograph, Co.. K. C. Thko. A.Schmidt, Formerly Head Del. ao >• ngr. for the Schmidt Label .t Lltho. Oo Sau Francisco. 113-lae RS. DARLING A MURPHY—OCULIST and aurista. Offlce 120 North Mala etreet. Otliee Hours—a a. a. to 4 r. tt.; tn 8 p. M. «v*rt-dAmf itK. U. f. KltitUL*j>, siriciALisi' II U treating diseases of the Eye, Ear am throat. Eyes scioutUlcall; tested lor glasses. Otbce, r.u Nortn Main street, over i.os Angeles Suvlugs Bank, hours, from a. m to sp. m. Residence, slu Tempi street. 120-3 m Wm. Harrison J T. Mosoav DRS. r*AuRiSON Je MORGAN—OFrICK 20 and 26, Schumacher Block. HOURS 'j to i'l a. >~, 2 tour M. Dr. Morgan's res ilience, 44 N. Daly street. Dr. Harrinon'a residence, 14 West Seveuth street. f24tf JW. GROSVENOK, M. D.—OFFICE AMD • residence, 3451 Fort street, bet. fourth nud Fifth. Los Angeles. Office Hours —8 to 11 A. M.. 2to4p. m. and 7 p. M. Dr. Grosvenor, besides attending to the general practice of medicine gnu surgery, will aire special attention io diseases of U>< Eye a d Ear. Operations for cataract, arti ficial pupil, etc., rktlfully performed. 111-1 m £. GRESUAM, M. D , NO. 75 NOkTH . Spring street, Los Angeles. Jl4 Cm D" B. J. H. DAVIBSON—OFFICE AMI residence South Spring street uo3l J TURNER, M. D.—OFFICE AND KBBI . deuce—BlN. Main street, Los Angeles. DR. JOSEPH KURTZ—NO. 256 MAIM street, opposite the BaXerßlock. DR. E. 0. MA.NM G, OFFICE AND BBM ldence 87 South fort street. Otboehouia —* to 11 a. M. 2to4p. M. Telephone 232. ELIZABETH A. FOLLANSBEK, M. D.— Offlce and residence 240 Bourn Port street. Office hours—B to lo a. m. and 4to 6 p.m. • JJjl* Rose' tallbott. m. d.-office ass South Fort street (with Dr. Follansbee.) Offlce hours, 10 to 12 A. H. Residence, IS Ninth street. QlStt MRS. M. P. oAWIEILE, M. D.—t-HYol cian and Surgeon, office bourn, 10 to 12 a. M. aud 2 to 4 p. M. Maxwell Block ooruer Court and Main streets. Room 6. dstf MILLS BOAL, M. D^B9 _ n6il4 , H , Spring street (over People's Store). Hourß—lo to 12,1 to 8, Cto 7:80. Kesideuce, 347 Hill street, two doors from Fifth street. Telephone No. 135. 0c24 E. CLACIUS, M. D.- PHYSICIAN AMD ■ surgeon. Offlce 7a Nortu Spring street, rooms 17 and 18. Heirs from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Specialty—Skiu and sexual die eases and chronic diseases In general. u7-tf Mrs7dr7minniiTwellB— FLB6T LiDT licentiate of Kentucky. Specialty: Luaeases oi women aud children: alito, in couuection with her practice, Electrle Thermal Baths. 341 Sspriug street.. nI7II DR. C. EDOAK SMITH—DISEASES OT women a specialty. Rectal dlaeseea treated by the Briuktrhotf Painless Sys tem. Hours—9 a. m. to 4 r. m. ofUee»— Corner of Spring aud Second streets, Ho4 leubeck Block sepbtf DR. M. HILTON WILLIAMB-275 NORTH Main street (opposite Wells, - argo dt co t Express Oflice.) Specialty—disea'ee of the head, throat sua chest, together with tbe eye, ear and neart. Offlce uoura, from 9:30 a. m. to 4 P. M. sep2ft_ PAYSON T. HUCKINB, M. D.-17 NORTH Main street, rooms 18, 19, 20 ana 21. Hours II A. M. to 1 P. M., 2 p. M. to 4 p. a. Residence, S4l S. Hill street. Telephone, offlce aud residence, 258. Special treat meut of eye, ear, note and throat die eases, nbtl DR. DE SZIGETHY - OFFICE, SCHU macher Block, opposite Postoffice, rooms 20 and 21. Offlce hours, 12 m. to Sr. M. Residence .'earl street, corner of Ninth. Offlce hours at residence, to 9 a m. ;7toS p. m. Telephone No. atl'J at oflice and real deuce. jagM CH A RLES W. BR V BON,M. D., PIIYSICIAM and Surgeon. fIT Gives special atteu to the "Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women." Offlce iv Solomon Block, No. iili South Spring street, between First and. Second streets, room 1a- d 2. Office boon Irom s a M. to 12 m., 2to 5, aud 7to 8 p. M. Residence William street, between Eleventh aud Twelfth. DR. LE. COHN—LATE BUPEKINTKND ing Surgeon Northern Pociiio Rail road. Phyaiciau aud Surgeon. Orrica Hours—lo to 12 a. m., 2to4p. t. Orrica—26 N. Spring at., Rooms 8, 9 and 10. Resuenou. Makara House, Main si., between Ttiiru and Fourth. Telephone 504. Day aud night calls attended to. SttU "jean t ft bilton. m, d. physiuiam tl aud Surgeon, Graduate of the Univer sity of Michigan, oflice and residence 342 Soulh Main street. olhcehouralotol2A.lt. 2to4P. M , aud 7 toH p, m. References Prof. A, B. palmer, Deau oi thu University of Michigan, Ken. E. Frothingbam A. M. M IK, Professor of Therapiiefic* aud Materia Med ica University of Michigan; febClm SPKI'IADNTS. MADAME C. ANTONIA, M. D., BUSINESS and Medical Clairvoyant; 10 yeara of large practice in San Krancisco; correct diag nosis and sure, careful treatment of all din cases. Ladies and gentiemeu cau consult her on all and every affair of life, specula tion, mines, ores, etc.. 11l South Maiustreet, opposite Cathedral, from II a. v. to 9 P. «. Diseases of women and chronic diseases • specialty. English, French and German, spoken. j'A5-lm MUS. EMMA 8. HILL, TEACHER OF Metaphysical Science or Christian healing, 28 S. Main street, Koom 18. Hours 1 to 4 p. m. 2ljaU MBS COOLEY, METAPHYSICIAN, 210 S. Spriug street, Room 1, from 1 to 4 p. a). sepTtf DR. A. E. De CAILHOL, ACCOUCHEUR, aud Surgeon. Office and residence 207 Temple street. When dosired, lady patients are boarded during treatmeut ol dl«e**es peculiar to their sex. euft-tf RS. C. E. BOUHOEY HAS REMOVED to her residence, 145 Bcllevue a»cuue, and will make a specialty of midwllery. Ladies wishing to be cared for can be ac commodated at her house. She cau always be found at home. HOJIOvKPATHISTS. CJ 8. SAIISBCRY, M D., HOMOEPATHIO 15, piiysictau and ourgeou. Office, for the present, at residence, 588 Pearl street. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 r M. Telephone 577. jalB-tf JULIA F. BUTTON, M. D. — OFFIJK hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 4. 7to 8. Offlce, 41 South Spring street. dl 6 tf. I" BAAC FELLOWS, M. D.—HOMtE - aTH ist. omeo Hours-n to 12 a. «m 2to S p. m. Office—Nos. 8 aud 6 odd Fallows Building, Loa Angoles, Cal. Residence, 408 8r nth Main street. Jlv*_ EA. CLARKE, M. D.—OFFICE AND , residence, No. 84 South Spring street, Los Angelea. Ofllce Hours—ll to 12 k. ■~ 8 to 5 p. M. Telephone No. 353 VtU_ D~ R. A. E. WHEELER—HeMGCOAAHI&T Offlce and residence 21 South Fort street. Hon as—lo to 8 and evenings. Telephone No. 46. Jyls FERNANDEZ. M. D.-HOMU£PATHIST , Off cc and residence Wilson block, 24 Weot First street, between Main aud Spring streets, rooms Nos. 10 and 11. Hours—lo*. m, to 12 k.; 2to 4 p.m. a specialty of blond diseases. sop22tl_ AS. BHORB, M. I). HOMIKOPATHIST. . Office 132 North Main street, Mas carel Block; residence 178 Spring street, Los Angeles Oflice hours 11 to 12 a. m., Ito 4 p. m. Telephone Nos.—Residence, 82; offloe. 278. JITIS BN4IIRJBBRB A fill MIKVIivTtTtfcT T. McCLURE, CIVIL ENGINEER . and Snrveyor, U. 8. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. 134 North Main street, Los An geles, au6 ly CI ERVAISE PURCELL, B. A. C. E., COK t suiting F.nglneer and Surveyor: Asso ciate Member Institute Civil Engineers, Lon don. Room 14, Allen Block, corner Spring and Temple. oltf LAUNDBIJEtt. EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDBY—WAIi street, near oorner Seventh. Tele lihone No. 867. Onr wagons call for and de lver washing In all parte of the city. All orders promptly attended to. Only white labor employed. aus-li