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Over-Worked »•■•». For "worn-out," "ruodown," deMHtated school teaohere, milllneri. •Mm«|reMe«. housekeepers, end overworked.women Benerall»; Dr. Piercea Favorite Prescrip tion Is the beat of all reatoratlva;<onJ~:, » la not a "Cure-all," but admirably fulflUl « singleness ol purpose, beiog a most potent Speciaefor all tfYae Chronic Weaknea.es and Dlseaaea peculiar to women. It la a powerful, general as well aa uterine, tonic md nervine, aud imparta vigor and strength to the whole system. It promptly cures weskneaa of atcmach, indigestion, bloating, weak bsck, nervous prostration, debility and sleeplessness, In either MX Favorite prescription la sold by druggists under our positive guarantee See wrap per around bottle. Price 11 a bottle, or afx bottles for *6. , _ A large treatiso on diseases of Women, profusely illuttrated with colored plates and numerous wood cuts, sent for ten cents in stamps. fc Address, Wobld's Dispinsabv Medical Association, 6U3 Main street. Buffalo, N Y. Dr. Pieroe's "Pleasant Purgative Pelle.*' cleanse and purify the blood aud relieve tbe digestive organa. When all so-called remedies fall, Dr Ssge's Catarrh Remedy cures. "DAILY HERALD. FIRST-STREET LINE. Thru* cantohUa* Hesularly «!•>■ ittlil Ikli «l»rnlnf. The last connection of Ihe new First ■treat line of railway was made early yesterday morning, and in the afternoon one oar was put on and made regular trip* every tifty minutes. A represent ative of the Herald rode over the road and found that it was very smoothly laid, and tbat it shortens the time be tweed Spring and Chicago streets con siderably. Tho oars start from the corner of Spring and Firet streets, where they ■rill probably transfer to the Sixth street line, altbongh tnat fact has not been announced aa yet. The line pro oeeds direstly clown First street, across the railroad traoks on Alameda street, over the bridge, to Aliso street where it tarn* and runs to Chicago street, where the stables are situated.. On this aide of tbe river the diatrict passed through is very thiokly settled, and it is only a question of time when Boyle Heights will be tilled with residences. The busiuets portion of town will never •aiendtotbe Boyle Heights property, and in view of that fact lota are being Mid there quite rapidly for residence purposes. It is the intention of the oompany to rnn three cars on the new route but as buiness in eresa'.s more oars will be put on and in consequence more switchi s or turnouts will have to be put in. Atpresent.there are but two turnouts, one near Alameda street and the other just over the bridge. In the course of a few years it will prob ably be found necessary to put in two tinea of track, but until the heights have a large population to travel back and forth, tnis will not be necessary. The grades on the line are not very heavy, tbe latgest being near the intersection with Aliso, and it may be necessary to put a hill-horse at that place to assist when the loads are heavy. The. road is well ballasted throughout and the pas sengers yesterday can testify that the ears ran as smoothly as if the road had beeu entirely broken in. In all new lines there is a certain amount of stiff ness which ia jarring, but this is not the case with the new line. Birring •light alterations which may have to be ■made ia some of the curves to pre vent tne cars from jumping the track, nothing will have to be changed. The rolling-stock is all new and of attractive appearance. The cars are open, with seat* placed orosswise and arranged so as to face either way. Ia case of rainy weather tides may be placed in, and the passengers protected. The horses are all ;-ouog and new to the street-car business. Some of them yesterday had aa objection to crossing the bridge, but a day or two's work will make ihem indifferent to and fam liar with everything oo the route. The sta bles, wbich are not yet finished, will ac commodate all the live stock necessary, as well as the rolling-stock at times when it is not in use. They are ar ranged so as to be easily enlarged, and are eomfortaile and well ventilated. When everything is in running order and trips are made on time, it will take less thin twenty minutes to go from one terminus to the other, each ear making the round trip in about forty minutes, a d cars will pass a given point aboat every ten or twelve minutes. There is every indication that the line will be heavily patronized from the start, and will aoon pay for itself. How's Your Liver? Is the Oriental salutation, knowing that good health cannot exist without a healthy Liver. When the Liver is torpid the Bow els are sluggish and con stipated, the food lies in the stomach undi gested, poisoning the blood; frequent headache ensues; a ieeling of lassi tude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole system is de ranged. Simmons Liver Regulator has been the means of restoring more people to health and happiness by giving them a healthy Liver than any agency known on earth. It acts with extraor dinary power and efficacy. NEVER BEE.N DISAPPOINTED. As a general family remedy for Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc., I nardly ever use anything else, and have never been disappointed In the effect produced; It seems to lie almost a perfect cure for all diseases of the stomach and Bowels, a W. J. McKlkoy. Mason. Ga FOR SALE Los Angeles Land Bureau, SO W. First street. EAST LOS ANGELES PROPER! V. $2250— House of 4 rooms. Water street. tfiOO—Lo- on Thomas street, KIISO, tiseo—Six lots. 50x161; honse of 10 roms northwest corner of Pa ,rick and Han cock streets. «700—Lot 12. Block 2, Vignes Tract. 13000— t wo 4 room houses on Hellmau et. 1650 Eaoh—Three lots on Alta street, near Downey avenue. BOYLE HEIGHTS PROPERTY. 12200—Four lo's southeast corner of Virginia avenue aud Boston street, 00x148. $700 Each— Three lots corner of Michigan avenue and Matthews street. J6so— House and lot on Central avenue. 16500—New houae, 10 rooms, corner of Soto and Michigan avenues. ij::uu — House and lot, 6 rooms, on Louisiana avenue, near 8 jto. CITY' PROPERTY. ♦2500—Three lota corner Virginia and State itreets. •700—F ye lots on Martin street. *-0o Each—Two lota on State street, near Virginia. 126C0—House of 4 rooms west side of Union avenue. 11000—Lot 50x125, Eleventh afreet, west of Pearl. tl6oo— House and lot, 4 rooms, barn, corner Twelfth and San Pedrs streets. »200O—Lot on west aide of Flower street, be tween Tenth and Eleventh. $9000—House of 6 rooms, Orange street. $1100—Lot, 50x120, Laurel street, near Grand avenue. «900-King street. Lot 2, 60x110. $2soo— House and lot. Diamond street, near Second-street Park. '8950—Lot So, on Manhattan avenue, Long street tract, tloo-Lots 3 and 4, Block 12, on Maxwell street, i'rmstcn trac. (1050—Lot 50x120, Bousall avenue. Park.Villa tract. ACRE PROPERTY. 150 per acre—l7t acres near Beaumont, San Bernardino county. f2OOO —4> acres, rich land, twelve miles north of Los Angelea. 14500—20 acres southeast corner New Main aud Florence streets; good house. 14000—8 acr s rich laud two miles from Courthouse. 110,000— acres three quarters ef a mile from Jefferson atreet; in orchard, mro-lm Incorporations. The articles of incorporation of the San Jose Ranch Company, a real estate association, were filed yesterday in the office of the County Clerk. M. L Wicks, H. W. Mills, Frank Sabichi, R. F. Lots peieh and U. L Macneil, of Los Angelea, and G. W Hughes, of Little Rock, Ar kansas, are its directors. The capita] stock of t300,000 has been fully sub scribed. The American Rapid Transit Company wa* also incorporated. Its purpose ia to construct and operate a system of electric railways known aa the Enos Electric &ailw*y, etc. The directors for the first year are H. G. Rollins, T. R Benning ton, J. X- Mulkey, of Loa Angeles; D. Gilbert Dexter, of San Diego, and A. E. Clark and J. H. Bryant, of St. Paul, Minnesota. The capital stock is $500, -000, divided into 50,000 $10 shares, of which $300,000 is already subscribed. The articles of incorporation of tbe Dry Sparkling Champagne .Manufactur ing Compauy of Los Angeles, California, were presented for tiling yesterday. The purpose of the concern is the manu facture of sparkling win*a. The direc tors are H. Griffin, M D., C. H. How land, J. W. Green, J. S. Chadwick and Nathan Cole, Jr. The capital stock is $50,000, divided into $100 shares. $0000 has been subscribed. That great conqueror of pain, St. Jacobs Oil, has been rightly called a medical miracle. ARMY OKDEKS. Headquarters Department of Ari zona. cpecial Orders No. 25. Los Angeles, March 3, 1887. 1. A furlough for one month, with permission (by authority from Headquar ters Division of the Pacific), to go beyond tbe limits of the Division, will be grauted Private Clarence Schuffner, Company D, 13th Infantry. 2. Upon the recommendation of the Medical Director of the department, Act ing Assistant Surgeon E. I. Pring, is as signed, temporarily, to duly at Fort Union, N. M. 3. Recruits Thomas Gillick and Charles Holzman, Company A, 9,h In fan try, now at Whipple Barracks, A. T., will be hi nt by the commanding office of that poat to the statiou of their com pany—Fort Apache, A. T. The Q larternmater's Department will furnish tbe necessary transportation,and the Subsistence Departmeut commuta tion of rations at tbe prescribed rate, in advance, for the necessary number of days, it beirg in. practicable to carry rations ef sny kind. 4. By authority from Headquarters of the Army, a furlough for fonr months will bo giantts Private Jerome Lawler, Troop X, 4 h Cavalry. By command of Brkiadier General Miles: M. Barber, Assistant Adjutant General. . DEPARTURE. A Rare Chance. i J T INTEND TO LEAVE LOS ANGELES I L in the month of Mar, and am desiroua of disposing of the following property on or before that time: . First—My residence, 405 Temple street: two-story house, 11 rooms and cellar; finely - finished and built in the most substantial • manner: good stable aud outhouaea: nicely , lmpioved lot 50 feet en Temple sireet, 150 feet deep, also, 47% feet on Bunker Hill avenue by l'M'A feet with 20-foot alley. 1 Also, one of the finest carriage teams In the . eft-: carriage, phaeton, harness and fittings complete. This is a great bargain for par ' tics wanting a complete and a well-located I houae ready for occupancy. Second—Two lota ou Temple street, oppo site Olive: graded: good location for busi -1 ness or fine residence site. I Third—Three lots in Block 2. Park tract; close to business; two lots iv Block 8, Park • tract, ne.r Ostrich farm road, i Five lota in Block 10, Park tract; nice >o f cality and near Temple street cable toad. Ten lots in Block 11. Park tract, joining Angelefio Heights tract; a speculation. A corner lot in Block 13, Park tract; fine i view; a choice lot. Eight lots in Block 14, Park tract; well situated and good view, i Seven lots In Block 17, Park tract, near Temple-street cal le road: graded streets. Ten lots in Block 18, Park tract; fine loca ' Hon; Btreeta graded; lots level. One lot in Block 22, Park tract, 150 feet from Temple street; a bargain. Also, seventy-flvo lots in the Beaudry Water Works tract, on Alameda street, near railroad depots: excellent location for busi ness, warehouses, etc. 'three flue, new cottages in healthful lo cality, magnificent view, and only two minutes' walk from business center and horse-car lines; for sale at a bargain. One lot iv Ocean View tract aud two in Washington tract. These will be sold cheap. Owing to my departure, I am offering the above at prices considerably under the market and on terms that will be eaay. For prices and conditions, call at my of fice, 1251 Temple street, at car-house of Temple-street cable railway. f25-lm V. BEAUDRY. MRS. A. STRAUS, • a. OK I NT, AT HER RESIDENCE, 129 N CHARITY street, near Temple, is prepared to : tarnish Floral Supplies, DU designs and Bouquet* for Weddings, Funerals, etc, at lowest prices. Orders promptly attended (to. P.O. 80a714. Telephone 151. mrt-lm : Wretched, Indeed, Are thote whom a confirmed tendency to biliousness, subject tn tbe various aud changeful symptoms indicative ol liver i eompialtit, Nasuea, sick headache, constl petlon, furred tongue,an unpleasant breatb, adulloranarp pain in tbe neighborhood of the affected organ, impurity of the blood end loss of appetite, sigualize It as one of the most distressing, aaitiaoueof the moat common, of mala lies. There is, however, a benign specific for the disease, and all Its unpleasant manifestations. It la tbe con current testimony of the public and the medical proferaton, that lli - tetter's Stom ach Bitters is a medicine which achieves result* speedily felt, thorough and benign. Bealdea rectifying liver disorder, it Invigor ates the feeb'e, conquers kidney and blad der complaints, and histens tbe convalesc ence of tho-e recovering from enfeebling disease. Moreover, It la the grand specific for fever and ague. A aMstlat Cola, If neglected, often at tacks tao lungs. Baowa'a Bronchial Taocma alve aura ana almost Immediate HtteL Bold cal ir (n bo&as* rttee»oeats. -—r* o W -™*., s, uis^v~, r ~ m9 * WllV i l " LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, MARCH 6. 1887. CATARRH, Consumption, Asthma BRONCHITIS TREATED SPECIALLY AND SI'CtESSFLLLY UY W. ». DAVIS, M. D. W, H. DAVIS, M. t>. 'DES. DAVIS & DAVIS, 45h North Sprinu Street. LOS ANOELES CALIFC-RSIA —AND — Colorado Street, over Jones' Fair, PASADENA. REDKAI. INHALATION Combined with Constitulioual Kemedies. OUR TREATMENT OK fllK DISEASES of the respiratory pissflses consists in ihe employment oi Medical Inhalation for Us direct effects ou Ihe diseased organs; and, at the »mc lime, adopting such liy aiciiic measures and administering such mediciDes by tlie stomach as will most ef fectually purilj the blood, give tone U> Ihe nervous system, and build up and strengthen the general constitution, lv other wcrds, we employ combined local and general trestment. What is Medicaal Inhalation . Before stating brietiy what Medical luha.ation is, we propose, iv as lew words as possible, to state clearly what it is not- Medical Inhalation is not a cure-all, a nostrum, or a panacea. It is not a specific remedy for auy disease. It ia uot a quaes, medicine, or advertised to cure any or all the ills that liesh is heir to, au 1 intended to fill the pockets of its proprietors It is no: a talisman, whose possession Insures health toitß possessor without the intervention of sense or imlemeut. Medical luhalation is none of these things. ' Medicai Inhalation II simply and solely a method of inking medicines by inhaling or breathing them luto the lungs iusteao of swallowing them Into the stomach. By In lulation, the proper medicines are applied directly to the aeat of the disease, iv the nose, throat or luugs: aud it is clear to every reasoning person how peculiarly ap plicable Inhalation is In the disorders of the organs Lamed. If you have scalded or burned the surface of the body,or wounded auy limb or member, you do not swallow the rernedv intended to heal the disor ganized tissue On ihe contrary, you apply it directly to the arat of ihe wound or In jury Why, then, whan suffering fromca tan h of tlie natal psssaeea or throat, or af flicted wi h ulceratio of the lungs, should you rely ou medicines taken Into the atomach'" Mooical iDlulaiiou not only applies the proper healiug remedies to the seat of the disease, but it applies the remedy in the gaseous or vaporous term, in which form, as is well known, medicines act most power fully. How much greater, for example. Is the effect of a drachm of chloroform, when inhaled or breathed, than many times the qua tity when swallowed into the stomach, ihe mrne is true of chlorine, of iodine, and of many other aubstances By Inhalation the medicine is not poured IntotheatomBch and thence sent wandering through the system in search of a malady which may be mainly or entirely a local one; but by this method the proper remedy is applied di rectly to the diseased organ. Who, after studyii g the anotomy of the lungs, can doubt that inflammation and ulceration of the air-tubes and air-cells, the direct appli cation of the healing medicine by inhala tion te the diseased parti, is the correct and rational method of treatment '.' Who, on the other hand, can be so irrational aa to believe that the proper and direct way to reach the diseased surlaces of Ihe -ir passsges in this case, is by the way of the stomach ? Physiology teaches us that Ihe membrane, or skin, lining the alr-passages of the noae, throat and lunga, la only a slightly modified form of tlie same structure as that which covers the external surface of the body. Why, then, should local treat ment be proper and necessary for inflam mations, congestions and ulcerations of the me and not be equally so in the case of the other. Our experience and success in treating liseaslsof the no-e, throat and luugs, de monstrates, beyond all question, that tbe :rue scientific treatment of theae diseases is ;hat treatmeut which combines the local affects of medical inhalation with tbe con stitutional effects of systematic remedies, riven in tlie usual way by the stomach. One or both methods must be adopted as the circumstances demaud, and such reme lies must be employed as the experience and judgment of the physician have proved to be proper iv each particular case. !Hedlcsu Advocates of Inhalation. Physicians who were educated tweDty years ag< or more, and who have not kept up with the times in the advance In medl 2al science, have very little Idea of tlie great importance all leadlug writers now give ta Medical Inhalation in the treatment of pul monary diseases. To such an exteDt Is this true that no patient should Intrust his case to auy physician who is not well prepared and thoroughly equipped with everything necessary for the administering of the proper remedies by the method of inhala tion. The numerous cures effected byinhala latlou in eases seemingly past all help, and the uniform success attending its uaa in diseases of the respiratory organs, rendeis it obligatory on every honest physician to at ouce apply himself to gain a practical knowledge of the Inhalation, or, if that is uot possible, lie is at least bound to decline to treat such cases. Among the most eminent physicians of the age whiare fullyawakeued to tbe value of Medical Inhalation iv these diseases are the following: The celebrated Dr. Burden SsunJerson, Dr. La Koche, of the Paris Academy of Medicine: Dr. Frederick Langhaus, of Ber lin; Drs. Klebs and Tommasl-Crulell; Sir Archibald Dickson, of Edin burgh, Scotland; Dr. Eichler, Dr. Cameron. Dr.Uurdonßuek, Proi. Albert Lehert, the celebrated Dr. Hughlings Jackaon.the venerable Dr. Rob ert Dickinson. Prof. Thierfelder, Spencer Wella, Dr. Hilton Klagge, Dr. G. P. Wood, Drs. rrltsch and Hitilg. Dr Fotbergill, Dr. Richard Thompson, Dr. K. S Carpenter, Drs. Anatie, Ball, Fuller, * Lauceresux, Krauss. Uuguenie, Heller, Ortb, Corrigan, Fenwlck, and many others. With scarcely a single exception every medical authority of eminence recognizes the wonderful potency of this new method, and the coming generation of physicians are certain to be thoroughly educated therein. At present It la ouly a few phyei ciaua here and there who have made "Dis eases of Respiration" a life study th t are fitted in any way to employ the wouderful resources of Medical luhalatiou lv tlie cure of these diseases. The Curability of Consumption. For fire yeara the celebrated Dr. I II Bennet waa pathologist to the X yai In firmary of Edinburgh, and in his great work on "Conaumption" he makes the fol lowing st .lenient, "During this period I made upwards of 2000 poat-mortem examinationß of persons dying from various diseases, and I waa constantly meeting with caaea In which I lound cavities in the lungs from consump Hon, which had evidently healed up or cicatrized years before the death of the subject. Nature did not seem to have been successful in restoring the wasted lung substance, but the cavltlet were dried up the progress of tbe disease arrested, and the subject lived for yeara, with diminished lung power It ia true, but otherwiae In good health." £!•»■-CONSULTATION I'll 111', (1. c. for only a few minutes. ) OFFICE HOURS: DR. W. N. DAVIS—Lob Angoles, I to 6 p. a.—Pasadena, 10 a. m. to 1 r. M. DR. W. H. DAVIS- Lo« Angeles, 9 to 12 A. St., Ito 3 r tt. and 7toB P. M. N. B.—Professional calls answered from Los Angeles office at all hours. DRS. DAVIS A DAVIS, N. Spring St., Los Angeles. £saT~ilrancli office, over Jones' Fair, Colo rado street, Pasadena, mro JIISCKLLAJIEOIS. NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN. BREECH-LOADING SHOTGUNS, Juat received from Europe. The fines' atock of the best makers In the world, and at prices which we defy compe tition on the Pacific Coast. Double Barrel Brecch-Loadlng Shotguns from |14 up to J350 c .cli. All guna guaranteed. Also, a full line of Rifles, Pistols, Gun Material ami Ammunition of all descrtptioua, Americau and English. Repairing of the finest class and chockboring a specialty. Bportsmeu's Headquarters, in Main St. sl.'.tf H. sLOT'IERUEIIK. OTTRY HOMK for SM A LARGE NUMBER OF THE CHOICEST tracts of improved grape, fruit aud farm landa in the county; near Norwalk railway station, only 16 mllea from Loa Angelas, In lots of 5, 10, 20, 30, 40 or more acres to suit within tbe year they will be worth double the prices now asked. BUYERS ARE INVITED TO COME TO NORWALK AND ENJOY A FREE RIDE To tho numerous tracts from which to select. All iKqttißiEs by Letter Promptly Answered. J. W. Van Slyck, Agent, j«l4dawtf Norwalk, Cal. A LONG-FELT WANT SUPPLIED! /kWING TO THE FACT THAT THERE ARK A GREAT MANY ERRORS ' ' made Id taking assessments of property, by the owners not beiDg familiar with making out statements, or not having time to attend to doing ao, 1 bare concluded to make a apeelalty of that branch of busluess, aud will take charge of the property of all who wish, at a reasonable fee. Haying had ■EVE* %EAKS» EXPERIENCE Iv the assessing of properly and tho collection of taxea, I feel that I can watch after the interests of those who employ me perhaps better thau they could themselves, aud aave them time and money. Thoae who wish to leave their properly In my hands will please call at the oflice of PARCELS, AUUIKRE & CO., 12 Court Street, or ad dress me at above place. Bn fAKCKEiSi, mrf-tm E.t-City Tax Collector. H.W.MIIvIvS, IS COURT STREET, HAS FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN jA. IF 1 JbJ W LOTS Near the depot grounds of the A. T. & S. F. R. R. Co. Also, 1000 acres near Ballona Harbor. Two business lots on Ndrth Main Street. One lot on Upper Main Street. Two lots on Fourth Street. IVANHOE 700 Acres in Los Angeles DIVIDED INTO ONLY 1300 LOTS! PRICES OF LOTS. Up to 100 Feet Front, $150. Half-acre Lots, $200. From 1-2 to 1 Acre, $300. From 1 to 4 Acres, $400. 5 Acre Lots, $7SO. TERMS—One-fit'th cash, balance iiieiirrhtPtinal monthly 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 1:30 P. M. Maps and circulars and all information can be had from Byram & Poindexter, Managers, 87 WEST t"IIINT STREET, BANK BLOCK. Reference, by permission : Los Amgblki National Bank. (lm You Can Get a Dozen Cabinet Photographs FOR $3.00. Bisbee & Nye, 21 West First St. THESE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE OF THE VERY HIGHEST STANDARD AND WAR ranted EQUAL IN EVERY - RESPECT to those at any of the so-called first-class galleries, and for which an exorbitant price is asked, Examine our apecimens and con vince yourself. We show proofs of all our work aud make resittlngs free. n2BSm BISBEE <V NYE. No. 81 Veal First St. Cold Storage Beef at lino Hanoi! Market, 40 South Spring Street, Nearly opposite New City Hall. beef is fattened on the celebrated Chino Ranch, killed at the celebrated Cbiuoßanch Slaughter House (formerly Estudillo & Pico) u»ar town, and placed in tbe cooler at Loa Angelea Ice Works, from whence it is delivered to customers direct, after having bung there two days, or two weeks, as may bo doslred. Guaranteed to be prime and fresh and pagßTetf .*ree from all animal beat. HItiHAKII nlHIt, Proprietor TELFPHMaT lit. «nOC ALEX. PENNEY OTTO BRODTBEOK. BRODTBECK & PENNEY, —Successors to— MeKoon & Brodtbeek, NO. 19 N. SPRING BTREBT, Have a large list of bargains in choice City and Country Property IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED, Which they will be pleased to show to their cuatomere. They also have ! MONEY TO LOAN I ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY. febClm 1 T Q"ST S I ! An entirely new and very complete stock of Toys and Holiday Goods Will be ready for exhibition ou or about r December 6th, at | 111 North Spring St., ? Next to City of Paris. < LAZARUS & MELZER, 5 n29tf Angeles. * COOKE & WISEMAN, " BOOK BINDERS. BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY c 75 N. Spring St., Lo-i Angeles. octStf I LEUAI,. NOTICE To the Stockholder! of the Loa Angelea Gaa Compauy and to all othera interested. Notice la hereby given that a meeting of the atockholdera of the Loa Angelea Gai Company haa been called by the Director* of ea d Company to be held at the office of the Company at Number 9 Sonora atreet In the city of Lob Angelea, California, at lo ciclock a.m.. on Tueaday the 29th day of March, A. D., 18j*7. for the pnrpoae of taking Into consideration and If deemed necessary or advisable to provide for the calling in or redemption of the present outstanding bonds of the Company and the issuance of other or new bonds in lieu thereof, and also for the issuance aud sale of other and addi tional bouds of said Compauy to raise money with which to pay off and discharge the indebtedness of said Company «corued and to accrue for and on account of the en largement and Improvements of the works aud "plant" of Bald Company made or being made. That the amount to which it Is pro posed to Increase such bouded indebted ness Is the sum ol one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. By order of the Board of Directors this ,i, ayI ?.l d S' dß,ed L* B Angeles, California, the 18th day ol January, A. I), ISB7 - CHAS. ELLERY, to Secretary of Los Angeles Ga Company MICK fig PUBLICATION. PRE-EMPTION NO. ?887—LAND OFFICE. , c * « • Angelea, California, February 9» l»87.-Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler haa filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Loa Augeies, California, on March 15 1887 vis- Joseph E Youneblood, of Los Angelea county, fortT j rtWfc section 14, T. 4 N \ 15 W. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous realdeu c upon, and cultivation tf, said land, viz: John Lang Thomas Mitchell. Noah Crlsco, KM Erwin' all of Lang Poslotfice, California. f!0-3Ut . J. 1). BcTHUNE, Register. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF H. 0. TOWSON, DECEASED Notice Is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of aaict deceased, to the creditors of, und all per sons having claims against the 6«fd de censed, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within lour mouths after the flrst publication of this notice to the said ad ministrator at the office of Greaves A O'Mcl veny, room 21 Baker block. Lns ADgeles, California, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate Loa Augeies, February », 1867 J. M. ELLIOTT, flO 4w Administrator. NOTICE TO «MS7~ INSTATE OF JULIA SHOWERS, DE !i ceased—Notice is hereby glveu by tbe undersigned executor of the last will and testament of Julia Showers, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having ctalma against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the uecessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this uot'ce lo said , xr-eutor at his resi dence, Wilmington, Loa Augeleß county, California, the tame being the place for the transaction of th: business of said estate in the county of Los Angeles. Dated at Wilmington, California, January 8. 1887. HENRY NOEL MORGAN, Executor of the last will and testament of Julia Showers, deceased. tlO-tw NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF JEREMIAH COLLINB, DE ceased.—Notice ia hereby given by the undersigned, executrix of the last will of Jeremiah Colllua, deceased, to Ihe creditors of, and all persons having claims against the satd deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within teu months after the first publicatiou of this notice, to the said executrix at her residence, corner Koulan l and Figueroa streets, Loa Ange les city, the same being the place for the transaetiou of the business of said estate, In the county of Los Ange'es. Dated Los Augeies, January 31,1887. JULIA COLLINS, Executrix of the last will aud testament of Jeremiah Collins, deceased. f3-4w IN THE SUPERIOR COURT" OF TIIE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, State of California—ln the mallei of the estate of D. H. Hale, deceased.—Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, admin istrator of the above named estate, to the creditors 01, nnd all persons having claims against aaid deceased, to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers, within ten mouths from the first publication of this notice to the undersigned, at the ofllce of Greaves A O'Melveny, room 21 Baker block, iv the city of Los Angeles, that being the place for the transaetiou of all business or the estate. February 9,1887. f!0 4w J. M. ELLIOTT, Administrator. Notice lor Publication. LAND OFFICE. LOS ANOELES, FEF ruary 16, 1887—Notice Is hereby given that the fo'lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make Sua) proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Ke-. ceiver at Los Angeles, CaL, on April 1(1, 1887, viz : SOLOMON SHIRPSER, Homestead Application No. 1(107. for the lot 2, of lot 0, aud E' a of lot 1. secth n 4, township a north, raise 12 west, 8. B. M . He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, Rud cultiva tion of, said laud, viz: J. Watkins, Geo Delph, C. C. Jeffries, H. Marteeu, of Alpine Station. J. D. BETHUNE, Register. m Temple Street Cable Railway Com pany. LOCATION OF PRINCIPAL PLACE OF business, Loa Augeies, California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Directors, held on the 25th day of Feb ruary, 1887, an assessment of two dollars and fifty cents per share was levied upon tho capital atock of the corporation, payable immediately to the Secretary of said Com pany, at his oflice. No. 1261 Temple sireet, city of Los Angeles. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid ou the 3:th day of March, 1887, will be delinquent and adver tised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 20th day of April, 1887, to pay the delin quent assessment together with costs of ad vertising and expenses of sale. F. W. WOOD, Secretary Temple Street Cable Hallway Compauy. Oflice, 1201 Temple Street. fff-id NOTICE TO CKt'DlTOfiS. If STATE OF M. F. TYLER, DECEASED— U Notice is hereby given by tbe under signed. Execulor of the last will and testa ment of M. F. Tyler, deceased, to tbe cred itors of, and all persons having claims auainst the suid deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, wiiliin teu (10) months after the flrst publication of this notice, to the aaid executor, ;at Koom lf> Temple Block, Lob Angeles City, that being hts Place of business fur the transaction of the business of said estate iv the County of Los Angeles. A. H. DUNLAP, Executor oi the last will of M. F. Tyler, de censed. Dated at Los Angeles, February 25,1837. mrl-4w Assessment Notice. Colton Terrace Land it Water Company- Location principal place of business 26- North Main St., Los Augoles, California. NOTICE IS.HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT a meeting of the Directors, held on the 12th day of February, 1887, au assessment (No. 2) ot ten per cent, was levied on the capital atock of the company, unpaid up, payable Immediately to the Secretary of aaid company, at his olliee, Room 14, No. 25, N. Malo St., Lns Angelea, Cal. Any stock on which thla assessment shall remain unpaid on Monday, March 21, 1887, will be delinquent and advertised lor sale at public auction, and unless payment ia made before, will bo sold on April 6tb, 1887, to pay delinquent assessment, coat of adver tising and expenses rf sale. D. R. RIBLEY', Secretary. Colton Terrace Lard & Water Co. Los Angeles, Cal.. Febriary 18, 1887. fl9law-4w FORIRENT IN TH« PROSPEROUS TOWN OF POMONA TUB LARGE TJRICK STORE, COR. OF ELLEN AND -D Second streets, now occupied .isahsrd ware atore. The building ia 26x70 feet, with warehouse attached; counters and shelv ing all complete, and handsomely fitted. Tbia Is a fine opening for a largo stock of hardware aud agrfcaltural Implements. Apply to JOHN JOHNSTON. Pomona. Or to SCHODER, JOHNSTON & CO., Los Angeles. Pomona, February 28,1887. f25-lm LEGAL. Notice of Forroltmre SauT FX. EBERLE, PLAINTIFF, VS. JOSEPH . Wlbbelt, defendant - Sheriff's Sale, Mo. A 423. Order of sale and decree of fore closure and aale Under aud by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the Superior Court of the county of Loa AugelO", Stale of California, on Ihe 9th day of February, A. D. 1887. in the above entitled action, wherein F X Eberle, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale ngatust Joseph Wihbelt, defendant, ou tho 11th day of January, A D. 1887, for the aum of 11280 15 100 in gold coiu of the United States, which said decree was, on the 19th day of January, A. D. 1887, recorded lv Judgment Book 7 of aaid Court, at page 390, et Beg, I am commanded to sell all that certaiu lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the city of Santa Monica, county of Los Augeies, State of California, aud bounded as follows, to wit: Lot O, In block number one hundred and alxtj-cight, aadcllnented onacertuln mapof the town site of Sauta Monica, on rile in the office of tbe County Recorder of the said couuty of Los Angeles, the same being a portion of the tract of land known as the Rancho Sau Vicente or San Vicente y Santa Monica, grauted by proper authorities of Mexico to Francises Sepulveda and con firmed by the Govrmment of tho United stales to R. Sepulveda and others. Public notice la hereby given, that on Saturday, the 19th day of March, A. D. 1887, at 12 o'clock M. of that day, in Irout of the Court House door of the couuty of Loa An geles, on Spriug street, I will, In obedience to aaid order of Bale and decree of fore closure aud sale, .sell tne above deßcribed prope.ty, or bo much thereof aa may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with in terest and costs etc., to the highest and best bidder, for cuah iv gold coin of the United States. Dated this 21st day of February. 1887. JAMES C. KAYS, f22-td Sheriff of Los_Angeh>B county; IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, in and for the county of Loa Angelea— lv the matter of Hie estate of Edwin Keavis, deceased. A document, purporting to be the Hat will and testament ol fcdwln Reavis, deceased, having this day come into the possession of Bald Superior Court, and a petition for the probate thereof and for the Issuance of letters of administration, with the will annexed, to Benjamin H. Iteavis, having beeu filed by him, it Is ordered that Mouday, the 7th day of March, at 10 oclock a. M. of said ony, at the courtroom of De partment 1, at the city o' Los A uncles, In tlie county of Loa Angeles, be and the same is hereby appointed the time and place for pioviug said will and hearing said applica tion, w hen and where any pera v Interested may appear ami contest the said will and may file objections tn writing to the grant- In? of letters of administration, with the will annexed, lo said petitioner. And it is further ordered that uotlce be given thereof by the Clerk of said Court by publication uot Icbs than ten d ya lie ore a»id 7tb day of March, 1887. In the Los ANOei.es Daily Heralo, a newsi nper primed and pub lished in 'aid Los Auge'ea county. Dated February 23,1887. A. W. niITTON, Superior Judge. Victor Montgomery, Attorney for the es tate of said deceased. i'24-tmr7 LAND NOTICE. \[OTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT il on Tuesday, the 29th day of March, A. D, 1687, at 11 o'clock lv the forenoon oi said day, application will be made to J. Ham Harris, Laud Agent of tho University of California, at his oflice, at the State Uni versity iv Berkeley, Alameda county, Cali fornia, for a Duplicate of University Cer tificate of Purchase, No. 95, dated November 20, 1572, nnd issued to Francisco P. Forster for the fractional sec ion 15 and lots 1 and 2 of section 22, in township 9 aouth and of ran jo 7 west, Sau Bernardino meridian. The said original certifloate of purchase has been lost or destro> ed, and is beyond the control of the estate of Joau Forster, de ceased, which said estate is the owuerof tbe same and of tbe land therein described Given under my hand this 21st day of Feb ruary, A. D. 1857. M. A. FORSTER, Administrator of the estate of Johu Forster, deceased. BM-lOt LAND NOTICE. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT on Tuesday, the 29th day of March, A. D. 18S7, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of aaid day, application will be made to J. Ham Harris, Land Agent of the University of California, at his office, at Ihe State Uni versity at Berkeley, iv Alameda county, California, for a Duplicate of University Certertiflcatc of Purchase, No. 94, issued on aud bearing date ot November 20,1872, to John Fors.er for tho NE'4 and fractioual aouth half of section 4, the whole of section 3, fractioual west half of section 2, NEI4 and fractional south half of section 9, the whole of section 10, fractional west halt of sect inn 11, 1 and 2 of seetiou 14, all iv township 9 south and of range 7 west, San Bernardiuo meridian The said original certificate of purcha-e bus been lost or de stroyed, and is beyond tbo control of the es tate of said Joha Forster, vow deceased, which said estate is the owner of 'ho same, aud of the land therein described. Given under mv baud this 21st day of February, A. D. 1887 M. A. FORSI EH, Administrator oi the estate of John For ster, deceased. f24-30t NOTICE OF TIME FOR PROVING CODICIL TO WILL State of California, county of Los An geles—ln the matter of the estatt of Henry F.,Bpencer, deceased—ln the Superior Court. Notice Is hereby given that Monday, the 7th day of March, IbB7, at 10 o'clock A. M of said day, at the courtroom of tbia court, iv the city and county of Los Angeles, bas b»en appointed for hearing the application of Elizabeth A. Spencer aud Joseph J. Pow ers prayiug that a document now on file ia this court, purporting to be a codicil to the laat will and testament of Henry F. Speocer, deceased, be admitted to probate, nt which time and p ace all pcraous inteiested therein may appear and contest the same. Dated Febrnary 23,1887. C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By L. J. Thomi'Son, Deputy. f'24-td ISoiice ol Foreclosure Sale. /lOMMERCIAL BANK OF BANTA ANA, \j plaintiff, vs. Benjamin B. Handy, ad ministrator of the estate of Chas. Handy, deceased, E. E. Edwards and Tiliuau Bush, defendants. —Sheriff's sale No. (040—Order of aale and decree of foreclosure aud Bale. Under and by virtue of au orderof saleand decree of foreclosure aud sale, issued out 01 the Superior Court of ihe county of Los An- Seles, State ot California, on the 24th day of ebruary, A. D. 1887, n the above entitled action, wherein Commercial Bank of Santa Ana, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against Benjamin B. Handy, adminis trator of tlie estate of Chas. Handy, de ceased, E. E. Edwards and Ti 1 man Bush,de fendants, on the 3d day of February, A. 1). 1887, for the sum of 12807 20400 dollars, iv U. S gold coin, which said decree wns, on the sth day of February, 1887, recorded in judg ment book 7 of snid court, at pane 414 et»eg. I am commanded to sell all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in Sau Joaquin township, couuty of Los Angelea, State of California, and bounded and particularly described as fol lows, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest corner of a certain trnctof laud eoutaiui' g 19.07 acres, conveyed by Joseph Fisher to Willie by and dated April 3, 1870, and recorded in book No. 84 of deeds, page 7, Records of Los An geles County, running thence east aloug the south line of said tract fourteenchalns aud fifty-four liuks; thence nt right angle north ten (10) ohalus and twenty-two links: thence at right angles west on a line parallel with first line herein described fourteen (14) chains and fifty four (51) links to the west line of said 49.07 acre tract, theuce south aloug the satd lioe teu(lo)chains nnd twenty two links to the point of beginning, contain ing fourteen (14) and eighty-six-buudredths acres, a iltt'e more or less. Public notice is hereby given thatonMon day, the 21st day of Maroh, A. 1). 1887, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the court house door of the county of Los Angeles, on Spring street, I will, iv obedience to said or der of sale aud decree of foreclosure and sale, aell the above-described property, or so much thereof aa may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with Interest and costs, etc ,to the highest and best bidder, for c«6h In gold coin of tbe United States. Dated this 24th day of February, 1887. JAMES C. KAYS, _ fel)2std Sheriff of I.os Aiurclcs ponntv. NOTICE TOTrIdITORST CI STATS OF AMOS TRAVIS, DECEASED. I J Notice la hereby glveu by the under 'i .'tied, Administrator of the estate of Amos I'mvi.-, deceased, to tho creditors of, and HI persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit ihcm with the neces- 1 ary vouchers, within four months after the 1 Irst publication of this uotlce, to tho said administrator at the olliee of Smith and Jlnrk, Temple Block, tho same being the jlseoforthe transaction of the business ol laid estate iv the 0 uinty of Los Angeles. JAY COLEMAN TRAVIS, \ Administrator of Hie Estate of Amos Travis, 1 Deceased. 1 Deled at Los Angeles, March 1,1587. n£4w SMITH A CLABK. j GIVE YOUR CHILDREN, lor Coughs and 3old», Croup, WhooDiug Cough nnd Hoarse less, Gllmore's Maguetic Elixir. C. F. lelnzeman, agent, Los Angeles.