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DAILY HERALD.
CITY COUNCIL.
Proceedings ofthe Fathers
Yesterday.
STREET PAVING DECIDED ON.
Member* to Be Fined for Absence
aud Tardiness—Board of
Public Works.
The City Council met in regular ses
sion yesterday afternoon at 2:20 o'clock,
Presideut Breed in the chair, and all of
the members present exoept Messrs.
Ooss, Hitler and Perry.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved.
REPORT OF CITY OFFICERS.
The Mayor reported that Si 1 44 tines
bad been collected in Mayor's Court dur
ing February. Finanoe Committee.
The Auditor presented his weekly re
sort of the condition of the several
funds of tbo city. Finance Committee.
Tbe Clerk reported that he had issued
$11,619 50 lioenses during February,
1875 bad been returned uncollected,
•ad $9744.50 had been collected. Fi
nance Committee.
The Superintendent of Streets pre
seated a weekly pay-roll of $513. Fi
nance Committee.
The Zaujero presented a pay roll
•mounting to $230.50. Finance Com
mittee.
The Health Otfioer presented his re
port for February, (Previously published
in the Herald.) Board of Health.
The Chief of Police presented hie re
port for February. (Previously pub
lished in the Herald.) Committee on
Police.
COMMUNICATION FROM DR. HAGAN.
The Health Officer presented the fol
lowing communication. Owing to the
present epidemic of smallpox in the city
the pest house or small pox hospital has
become crowded to its fullest extent. A
abed in tho rear can with some repairs
be made to accommodate about eight
beds. The pressure will also be relieved
to some extent hereafter, by discharging
patients from day to day that have re
covered, and further if it becomes neces
sary many desirable rooms for the sick
can be provided by putting up canvass
tents on the peat grounds. We have
reason to hope from the very extensive
and thorough vaccination and renova
tion of the people that tbe epidemic
trill make bat little further invasion.
In this connection I wish to call atten
tion to the fact tbat the pesthouse
building is unlit, and haa no convenien
ces. Hall ia narrow, steps steep, rooms
too small and building haa appearance
of direst neglect. There should be n
new and suitable hospital erected at
once for smallpox patients. Most peo
ple prefer to go to a good hospital than
to remain at home and expose their
families. The more that enter the hos
pital tbe less dauger there is in spread
ing the disease." Referred to the Board
of Health.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS,
The bond of the Central Railroad
Company for $10,000 with K. F. Spence
and, F. W. Hellman aa sureties was pre
sented and accepted.
TJie contract and bond of J. E. Frick
for putting in 800 feet of cement pipe
was presented and accepted.
The contract and bond of D. F. Done-
Kan for sprinkling streets was presented
and approved.
The amended contract with the Min
eral Rock Asphaltnm Company for lay
ing a sidewalk around the plaza was
read and approved.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
Recommended that the petition of
tjeorge Cnmonings, to have First street
grade cnt down, be laid over for one
week. 80 ordered.
On petition of Ralph Rogers, for elec
trio railway franchise, the Board ask for
farther time. Granted.
On the petition of R. E. de Hart and
others, to hare grade of Union aveuue
established. Recommended tbat the City
Surveyor prepare same. So ordered.
On petition of Mary Green. Report
that former recommendations of the
Board provide for appraising damages to
her property. Filed.
On petition of J. D. Bicknell. Recom
mended that the Clerk advertise for two
weeks for the grading of Rock street,
'between Fort aud Cemetery avenue, one
bsfif of the wopk to be paid for by the
. abutting owners. So ordered.
Recommended that the City Surveyor
set stakes for the side lines of Pico street,
bttween Main and Figueroa streets, in
accordance with ordinance defining
•sspce, and that the Superintendent order
"the removal of all obstruction included
within said street lines. So ordered.
Recommended that the petition on
Texas street, for a change of grade be
tween Temple and Courthouse streets,
from a three-per cent, to a four-per-cent.
grade be granted, and the City Survey
or be instructed to propose change in ac
cordance therewith. So ordered.
All matter pertaining to the granting
-of franchises to the various petitioners
-for cable roads, etc., was postponed in
order to allow the City Surveyor time to
get out a map showing the position of
roads now in operation and those in con
templation. Filed.
Presented notices of intention to es
tablish grade of Soto, Schyler, Alameda,
tinadahipe, Ellis avenue, Bernard street,
Georgia, Seventh, Beacon and First
streets. Ordered published.
The grading of Beaudry avenue and
Pink streets was accepted.
STBEKT PAVTNfI.
The City Surveyor presented specifi
cations for the paving of the streets
with aaphaltum and also with granite
blocks. Rsferred to the Board of Pub
lic Works.
A resolution was presented providing
for the paving of Main street, from the
aouth line of First street to tbe north
line of Second street. The property
owners abutting on tbe street can meet
and decide wbich material shall be used,
aaphaltum or granite blocks.
Mr. Kuhrts said that the property
owners should have a voice. He said
that the property owners on First street,
-batmen Spring and Main, had already
signed a contract to have the street
paved with granite blocks.
Action on tho resolatnn was deferred
natil after the specifications had been
Adopted.
From William Niles to excavate under
sidewalk on Upper Main street.
From Robert Rasch to have grades of
streets in the Chirrioto tract established.
From J. F. Dehail et al., declaring
that the saloon at No, 141 East First
street is disturbing their peace.
From Robert Rarsch and E. M. Mor
rison to lay water pipes on San Pedro
street.
From J. H. Blaochard to attach pipe
to Woolen Mill ditch.
From George W King et al,, remonstra
tiona against the change of grade ou
Texas street, between Courthouse and
Temple.
From Amanda W. Scott for a convey
ance of certain property.
From A. W. Palmer, naming R. A.
Cripper as his commissioner on the
Courthouse-street appraisement.
From George S, Walker to move a
house.
From F. H. Stoddard it Co. to use
engine and boiler at 100 San Pedro
street.
From H. G. Wilshire, offering to dedi
cate land for a street near New City
Park.
From James McLaughlin, protesting
against the change of Texas-street grade
from a three to a four-per-cent. grade. He
says the change in grade will submit his
passengers to great and unavoidable
danger.
Mr. P. Beaudry, president of the
Temple-street cable load, also protested
against raising the grade ou Texas street.
From William Lacy et al., asking to
have a fire engine located iv East Los
Angeles.
From E. F. Kysor, Kaspare Cohn et
al., for a street railway-franchise from
Center avenue, along Wolfskill, Eighth,
Seventh, San Pedro and Los Angeles to
Arcadia street.
P rom S. C. Hubbell, to connect with
Seooud-etreet sewer.
From citizens, for an "electric-light
mast at tbe junctiou of Dearborn street
with Louisiana avenue, on Boyle
Heights.
From citizens, to have Virgin street
graded from Beaudry avenue to Pearl
street.
From the American Rapid Transit
Company, for a franchise from the east
ern to the western boundaries of the
city.
From citizens, to grade on West Sev
enth street across Westlake Park.
Adjourned.
E E. CART., ofDaggetts Mills, Pa., says he
saved the life of his child with cronp by
using Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir. C. F.
Heinzeman, agent, Loa Angelea,
Red Star
.-.•> front Opiates, lucticatStal'oLson.
SURE*. OK CtS.
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AT DBOOOISTB A*D MUM
TMs UnitTiSg 11 TfrslLls, W, f tLTLBTSJL. »r>
THE FINANCE COMMITTEE
Jtaportod th« examination of sundry
■city officer*' report* and recommended
tbat tbey be filed. So ordered.
That petitions of Carrie Ferguson and
Seles Campbell for return of tuxes be
denied. So ordered.
That $10.40 be returned to W. A.
Field, Tax Collector. So ordered.
That the. Clerk prepare the annual
statement of the City Water Company
jaad file vwith the Board of Supervisors.
80 ordered.
That telephones be placed at the pest-
Jhssjse aud in the office of tbe City
Bssitb Physician. So ordered.
MISCELLANEOUS,
Mr. Tssd ssid that the Standard Oil
HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE 1
SPECIAL BARGAINS.
Lot on Pine street, near Grand ave
enue, Ulxl2o * 95*
Lot iv the Wright ir.iot, on Flgueroa
! street; graded and fllled 2100
Lot on Main street, 60x160 4200
Lot in the Childs tract, near Maiu D5O
Lot In the Dunnlgan tract 950
L t in the Fairvlew tract, <50x134>4.. 840
20 acres in the Licit tract, per acre 276
40 acrea iv the Lick tract, per acre 200
20 acrea iv the Lick tract, per acre 300
5 acrea oa Main street, improved . 0000
40acres 8 miles toward Downey;
very choice ■ 0500
215 acres of best alfalfa laud, I) miles
toward Wilmington; highly improved
anl well watered, per acre 130
1% acres; very choice; near the COOO
University.
Good lots In every desirable tract
lv the city.
Houses and lots of all grades from
$150 to 20,000
A full Hue of business property from J7O
to $1600 per front font ou Los Augeies, Main,
Spllng, Fort, Temple, Buena Vbta aud
other streets. Ranches of every descrip
tion.
Call and examine our list before purchas
lng.
OLIVER, WALKER & GOODENOW,
10l N. Main St.,
I.os Angeles, - - California.
Ela Hills Tract.
Lots in this Attractive Property,
SITt'ATED ON
DOWNEY AVENUE
AND ADJOINING STREETS,
Are Now Offered For Sale
At the prices per acre of adjacent property.
No Such a Chance Will Occur Again!
THERE ARE LOTS TO SI I T ALL
at
Prices ta Suit Every Purse.
The locality cannot fall to rapidly In
crease in value, now that two cable roads
are assured for East Los Augeies.
AWTIJLE PERFECT.
1
T. E. ROWAN 114 N. Spring street !
O. A. Ss'MNERA C 0....14 N. Spring Street
GEO. W. JOHNSTON,
Cor. of Downey aye. and Thomas st.
mrs-lm .
AUCTIONS. 1
AUCTION! I
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, FURNITURE,,
—ETC.— t
KIMBALL MANSION,
131 New High St., near Temple, i
THURSDAY RIOKNINCi, MARCH J
10, 188T, at 10 O'Clock.
All the Furniture, Carpets, Beddine. etc.,
contained iv twenty-five rooms, counting
of twenty Walnut Bedroom Suit", two Flue
Parlor Sults.Onc Large M-tntel MirrorlSxtlO, <
Cold Frame French Plate, one Sherman .
Hyde Piano, good aa new. Walnut Hat Rack,
Marble-top Tables, Body Brußsel and Tapes
try Carpet-, Bedding, Plated-ware, Dishes,
Glassware, large Hotel Range, Kitchen
Utensils, etc, etc.
SALE POSiriVE AND WITHOUT RESERVE
NOHTnCRAFTS A CLARK,
m7-4t Auctioneers. 1
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE 1 1
i
BY ORDER OF PROBATE COURT
:
OS I
Monday, MarcliQl, 1887 1
AT THE RANCH OF THE ESTATE OF
RE .Til NADEAU, DECEASED,
I
Near FLORENCE, Los Angeles county, we '
I
will —
SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION
1
THE FOLLOWINO PROPKRTV : 1
78 HEAD OF WORK HORSES and MULES,
18 COWB,
6 GRADED JERSEY BULLS, '■
3 LARGE FREIGHT WAGONS,
4 FOUR-HORSE WAGONS.
4 TWO HORSE WAGONS,
4 GANG PLOWS, J
IO CORN CULTIVATORS, I
4 WHEELED ROAD ECRAPERS,
30 COMMON ROAD SCRAPERS.
8. n. CASWELL,
Special Administrator of Estate of E I
Nadeau. 1
NOYES & DENNIS, Auctioneers. mrs-2w
HALL'S PULMONARY BALSAM, i
The best remedy for Coughs, Colds andln
flueriza aud Incipient Consumption. Sold
by all druggists for 50 cents.
J. R. GATES A CO., Proprietors,
d3-tf 417 Sansome street, S. F.
al wo cordially recommend
your CI as the beat
are, *-"" wn "©norrhtra
BoitM loi uM « t ">M cnn.l Icr.
19M eauee Stricture. ■ fhle. and in erery case It
wßm — has given satisfacucn.
EX Mra only brtha Aloott A Link, 1
BOhu, Cltalol Ofc Hu(iMn , N . y .
Ohio. -afW SoM by Orugfista. I
m Price •1.00.
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"HACKMETACK" a lotting and fragrant b
wrfuna Price 25 and ou cents. 0. F.
aelnxemaa' afent, Lot Angeles.
Company was occupying city lsnd for
Which they had agreed to pay $20 per
month, but for over two years they had
paid nothing. Referred to the Finance
Committee.
Mr. Hyans called attention to the
city prison, and said that two men had
esoaped Sunday night. Referred to the
Building Committee.
Mr. Steams called attention to fences
in the street on Date street. The City
Surveyor was instructed to define line of
west end of Date street.
Mr. Frankenlield presentod the ab
stract to the City Hall lot. Clerk in
structed to hand abstract to Mr. Bryson.
Mrs. Wood & Co, offered to feed the
oity prisoners for twelve and one-half
cents per meal. Bid was accepted.
On motion of Mr. Jones all parties
going security on bonds shall be required
to justify in double the amount of the
bond required.
Mr. Frankenheld said that Mr. Gib
son would send a man out to Clerk Gra
ham's of the City Board of Fluoation,
and make the abstract of the City Hall
lot in order that the sale of said
property to John Bryson might
be consummated. Graham refused to
bring the books away from his houae,
and will allow them to he looked at only
in the night time, when he, Graham, is
at home.
The bond and contract with Bath &
Fosmir for doing iron work on storm
water regulator was approved, aa waa
also the contract with James M. Wad>
worth for doing brickwork on the iegu
lator.
The contract with Frick Bros, for
doing excavating of Upper Main street
sewer, was approved.
MEMBERS TO BE FINED.
Mr. Teed moved that any member cf
the Counoil abaent from a meeting o»
five minutes late at a meeting, should be
lined $1, the proceeds to be spent for an
oyster supper at the end of the year.
Mr. Jones seconded the motion.
Mr. Hyans moved tbat the money
be donated to the Ladies' Benevolent
Society every six mouths.
Mr. Kuhrts moved that the money re
main in the hands of the Clerk, and tho
members and reporters be allowed to
draw on the fund.
The President said the money would
have to go into the City Treasury.
Mr. Collins moved that a committee
of three be appointed to draft a rule.
Messrs. Collins, Lovell and Teed were
appointed as such committee.
COMMITTEE REPORTS,
The Committee on Lands recom
mended that the Clerk advertise lot 4
block F, for sale; said lot to be sold on
May 10th.
The Committee on Bridges asked one
week's further time on proposition of
San Francisco Bridge Company, to re
pair AlißO-street bridge. Granted.
Presented an ordinance granting right
of way to East and West Los Angeles
Street Railway Company over the
Kuhrts-street bridge. Adopted.
Recommended that the Bridge Com
mittee be empowered to repair Aliso
btidge approach, at a cost not to exceed
$300. So ordered.
The Sewer Committee reported that
the South Side Irrigation Compauy had
been notified to give satisfaction to tbe
people for damage done by overflow of
water.
The Board of Education reported for
January as follows: Receipts, $10,331 90;
expenditure?, $11,913 67; balance, $18,
--418.24. Filed.
The Bridge Committee reported that
G. L. Steams and U. Embody had beeu
authorized to collect subscriptions on
Kuhrts-street bridge. Receivedand tiled.
THE CITY ATTORNEY
Presented an ordinance providing for
the numbering of hacks, express wagons,
etc. Laid over for one week.
Presented an ordinance providing for
tbo sale of city land on Main-street ex
tension.
PETITIONS, COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.
The following petitions were ordered
referred:
From C. H. Wedgwood et al. to have
Diamond street graded from the west
erly line of Belmont avenue to Alvarado
street.
From M. Sanders et al. to have San
Pedro street opened aod widened from
First to Fifth street.
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 8. 1886.
miSCEI.I.ANKOUM.
: "
SUCCESS IN CURING DISEASES, WE
must In truth, say, has been moat re
markable. Ills kind and honest dealings
with his patients is especlalty to be com
mended. We take pleasure lv recommend
ing him as a gen lemaii and physician. DR.
1 BENNETT has been investigating tho na
ture of diseases, both general aud private,
for over thirty years, and adopting the best
methods of cure. And to-day he has n '
equal west of Chicago. So, ladies aud
gentlomeu, give him an early call, and you
will not be disappointed.
) 8. R. HEAL.
Ofllce—36U 8. Spring St., Los ADgeles,
| Cal. JyB-tf.
| RANKINU HOUSES.
i First National Bank
! OF LOS ANGELES.
Capital Stock SIOO.OOO
, Surplus 1195,000
E. F. SrsKCK, - - - • President
J. M. Elliott, Cashier
«* DIRECTORS;
J. D. Bicknell, J F. Crauk, B, Mabury,
Wm. Lacy, E. F. Spence.
stockholders:
Est. or A. II Wilcox, James McCoy,
0. 8. Wltherby, F. Q. Story,
1. F. Crank, A. L. Lankershim
Mrs. J E. llollenbeck, Wm Lacy,
H. Maburv, 8 H. Mott,
L. H. Carlton, E F. ('pence,
J. D. Bicknell, J. M. Elliott.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK,
Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Capital Stock paid Up, * 100,000.
Reserve Fund, 8100,000.
JOnN E, PLATER President.
R. S. BAKER Vice-President.
GEO. 11. STEWART Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
H L. MaoNf.il. Jotham Bixnv,
John E. Plater, RobfftS Baker,
John A. Paxton, Geo. w. Prescott,
R. M. Wid.ney.
and Sell Exi ii.tNOE: On Ban
Fr»nc'6Co. New York, Loudou, Paris, Berlin
and Fraukfort,
Exchanges on all parts of the
United States and Europe.
**TbT"Receive Money on open account
and certificate of deposit, nnddoa general
banking and exchange business.
FARMERS' and MERCHANTS' BANK
OF LOS ANGELES,
Established iv 1868
Paid Up Capital 8200,000.
Surplus aud Reserve Fund.. 8501 .out).
Total •700,000.
Isaias W. Hellman Prsident
L. C. Goodwin Vice-President
John Mu.nkr Secretary
HOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Isalas W. Hellman, I John 8. Griffin,
O W Childs, C E. Thorn,
Phil. Gamier, I I. B. Lankershlm
C. Ducommun, | Jose Mascarel.
438T~ Exchange for sale on New York,
London, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris and Ber
lin. Receive deposits aud Issue their cer
tificates. Buy aud sell Governments, State,
County and City BoPdt.
Southern California National Bank,
Nadeau Rlock.
JOHN I. REDICK President
L. N. BBEED Vice-President
WM. F. BOSBYSHELL Cashier
Paid in Capital SIOO.OOO.
Authorized Capital 5500,0U0.
Directors-L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, H.
A. Barclay, Charlea E Day, Alexander Pen
ney, D. M. Graham, E 11. Boshyshell. M.
Hagaa, Frank Rader, William F. Bosbyshell,
John I. Rediek. 124-tf
Los Angeles Savings Bani
<Sn NORTH MAIN AT.
CAPITAL, - . - , $300,000
PRESIDENT L. C. OOODWIN
SECRETARY. J. V. WACHTEL
Roard of IJlroctorai:
Isaias W. Hkllhan Johu E. Pi.atsb
Host. S. Bakes, Jobs A. Paxtob, !
L. 0. Goodwiis.
Term Deposits will be rooelved In auma of on
hundred dollara and over.
Ordinary Deposits In sums of ten dollars and
over.
Money to loan on flrs'-olasa Real Estate.
Los Angeles. July 1,1884'
Los Angeles National Bank,
Cor. first and Sprint; Sts.
Surplus £25,000
Capital 8300,000
GEO. H. BONEBRAKE President.
JOHN BRYSON, Sr Vice-President.
F. C. HOWES Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
Dr. W. G Cochran, H. H. Markham.
Perry M. green John Bryson. Sr.,
Da. 11. Sinsabaciih, F. C. Uowes,
Georoe H. Bonebrake.
for sale on all the princi
pal cities ot the United States aud Europe.
miB
SOCIETY NOTICES.
SIGNET CHAPTER HO. 67, R. A. M.,
1/eets statedly ou tbe first Thursday ta
Oi each month, at 7:15 p. M., at Ma- if-k
sonio Hal), McDonald Block, y i
ournlngC jmpanioris in goodstand-/V/\
ug oordially Invited. ' ▼ '
J. H. MARTIN, H. P.
R. T. MULLARD, Secretary.
American Legion of Honor.
Safety Council No. 664 meets second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each month
at their Hall, "Evening Express" Building,
Sojourning CompaDlons in good standing
are cordially invited.
W. T. BARNETT, Commander.
GEO. W. KNOX, Secretary,
Stanton Post, Q. A. E,
Meets every Friday evening at Masonic
Hall IVA 8. Spring St. Visiting comrades
cordially invited. J. M. GUfNN,
„ _ Post Commander.
8. C. BYMOND3, Adjutant. je27 lm
Taos Angelea Council No. 11, Royal 1
and Selec Masters, F. & A. M.
Holds Its stated assemblies on the 4th Hon
day of each month at .Musculo Hall, at 7,80 p. h.
Sojourning Compauiona in good standing are
trutcjnally Invited to attend.
ByordeJ the Th:-111;.
J. E. 8. Bell. Recorder
K. OF P. ~
Tri color Lodge N0.96 meets every x~rr\
Friday evcuing In Pythian Castle.
No. 24 Spring) treet, W&'W
Sojourning Knights Invited. leiSfei i
H. T. PAYNE C. O.
-BAAO 8. SMITH, K. of R. and 8.
nov7-lyr
108 ANGELES LODGE 55, A. 0. U. W.
Regular meetings of the above Lodge are
n 6 w e J 6 ,, 7 < i neBaa y evening at A. 0.
H * u . Childs' building, Main street.
Visiting bretheren cordially invited.
H. WHITE, M. W.
WALTER DEVERAUX, Reoorder.
]an 9 lyr
Knights Templar.
Cora Da Lios Ochaktury so. 9, X:- T:.
Holds Its eutod conclaves at the asylum in Ma
25°. on thu Third THURSDAY ef each
gg}» "'t o'clock r. m. Sojourning Knights
Tompiara in good standing aro oordiolly invited to
attend. By onlnr of tho 0--
R- T. MULLARD, Recorder, I
Los Angeles Lodge No. 36, L 0. 0. F 5
■■k '
- f^*"«, H JF GO H E MEETING held on 1
stTsOo'clMk yoTemnifo ' Oaoh weok ■
Sojourning brethron In good atandinr are
lalnC'A I CRAWFORD
LM No. 33. B:- |
| ptatad eonrooatlona on second MONDAY of each "
month, 7f r. M., at aaeonlo Hall, Spring 8t
Sojourning oompaniona In rood standing fra- I -
ternally inrltsd. By order of
O. F. MoLELLAN, H. I b
1, J.P.CtroDT, Scoretary. 1 0
mi: mc* i,. itiedioai,. medical.
Santa Abie, j^jfIUFORNfA-j
W I ** | , '"'"« ,n X IO tbe Palate and I 4
A' r for the past rive ve'ars. Ynur medicine ii nt t _. „, „ „
1 CALIFORNIA CAI-R-CURE.
il "tt W, »'F Citinruntced Cure for
f Wonutrn, Cal.—Yourmedicines are sell- Catarrh rniit.iu ih,.e,.,..i
''\f>-. lngbettHrtl.au any other she.l goods, ana ii„ „ I * 1 *" " e ° d ' .
HHbY. W<* ' 4 g've sntisfaoion to all purchaser*. The " ay **™J- Koso Cod, Ontarrbal Deaf
.•■'/- .-*]- rWiiif.? : Cat-R Cure is orrlsed very highly by all ncaa and Sore. lyes. Restores the sense of
i'V«fV. 4 who have tried I. ai:d many cnaca have ia«l« and •-mell removes b.xl taste and un-
W..e. .•• .<(/ *\~£m' been greatly Ix ncflted by Its use when all Peanut breMh, result Ironi Catarrh. Easy
tf&**r ' \.XN'.®*«BV '"her remedies tried h»i-e proved of no ""EK nt lo n ' c i ''° Inw directions and
. ben ° flt - Vour,truly.Pe ND AL™. '«^^xj^^^CO!°
Folsom. Cal.— fused Batte-Tino In chronic Six Months' Treatment $:; by°Ma\'f $Llu!
;" ■,; i rheiiinitti-iii with irrent benefit, pl-ase tend
. i r SANTA ABIE and CAT-R-CURE!
OllWfif IMlNflAfll IAV BANTA AiiilTonl, told in large sffiprtng * HANOK ' " "
OJaflOyiyi'tkVf MWISfI bottles at SI; three for »> so Sold by all jWT-M. A. NEWMARK A CO., Wholesale
i w»^l?.^™«.T 4 wholesale and ret ill drnaalst*. Depot, mviuiv
Parties Wishing Something Fine in the Carriage or Buggy Line
Will find the most elaborate display of vehicles e«'er exhibited in California, not excepting the
ft Imm euse repositories of San Francisco. We have now on hand a full line of OPEN AND TOP BUOGIES consisting of all the
LATEST STYLES.'from a 300-pound top buggy devn ton top bugr/y that weighs only 180 pounds. Wo have also M'NIATUBE OR
PONY PHOTONS, TWO-3EATED CARRIAGES AND PONY CARTS.
RUSSIAN CANOPY SURRIES, EXTENSION-TOP MIKA DO SUKRIES, SAXONY CANOPY CARRIAGES, and these r„ai, aro
the very latest styles and are strictly A GRADE in every respect and are built by the celebrated firm of t'. A. D tHCOI'K &
Co., OF AMESBURY . MAES. We now occupy both the Old Armory Hall and large store underneath.
J. F. Davis & Son Carriage Repository,
10t.103 NORTH I.OS ANt.EI.ES STHEET, CORNER I.OS ANtiEEES AMI) REQUENA STREETS.
' ci?3-6m Su-Th
PACIFIC WAGON COMPANY!
>T. K. McMAISTTR. Mm 25 Street!
C. O. GILMORE. BRANSON FORBES.
C. G. GILMORE & CO.,
BROKERS
For the Sale of Business Opportunities
AND
ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Parties wlshlue to buy or sell a business
hat will bear a thorough investigation, nre
requested to callupon us,as we havespeclal J
'acilltic* for such transactions. Tothe pur
hase and salo of all kiuds of personal
>roperty wo give our close attention. A list
f choice bareains always on hand. We fil'o
lo a general Broker-ge"Business. All busl
ness intrusted to us will be transacted with
promptness and dispateb.
C. G. GILMORE & CO-,
39 North Spring street, L is Angeles.
I 45i»V*Room 9, over People's Store fl7-lm
Due de Mentebello Champagne
FINE IMPORTED CHAMPAGNE, FOR
MERLY THE PROPERTY OF LU3 ROYAL
HIGHNESS THE "DUC D'AUMALE" AND
THE PRINCES D'ORLEANS, OF THE
ROYAL FAMILY OF FRANCE.
WEYSE BROS.—TELEPHONE 11 and 355.
SOLD BY THE CASE OR THE BOTTLE
d 26 lm
CALIFORNIA
THE LEADING
30^ortl^
Telephone 409.
HAS THE BEST SELECTED BILL OFFARE
of either Hot or Cold Eatables oi auv house i
in the city. OYSTERS iv auy style. Prompt ,
attention; prices reasonable. MhT-Open
all Night IfJA GUS SCBaDE,
fe27-lm Proprietor.
llLet^g U3 H~^" I
Nervous Debility, Sentlnnl WeaU
nesN, I:* Unnoted Vitality, Lost r
Manhood, and all the terrible effects of j
self-abuse and excesses in maturer years, f
such as nocturnal emissions, li ss of mem- |
'try, dimness of vision, aversion to society, 0
the vital 11 nld passing unobserved in the t
urine, and otheT symptoms that lead to In- „
sanity and death. Young and middle- ~
aged rtleit suffering from the above,
should consult us at once. Cure liuar- i
mitccd in nil Cases, Consnlta- „
tlon tree. Chemical analysis. Including L
thorough microscopic examinatlou of the «
urine, 15. An honest opinion given in all f,
eases. We furnish Tlie Ureal English ~
itemed)-. Sir Astlej Cooper's VI- ~
•ul Hestorative at <3 a bottle or four ,
times the quantity. 110. ~
SAMPLE KOTTLE I'KEE
to any one stating symptoms, sex and age.
Address KNULIMI MEDICAL I>l*.
PEHsAKV, No. II Kearny Street,
San Francisco, Cal. d 4
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bonr
ibon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe ~
our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION v
COBB." C. F. Hslnieman, agent, Loa An- h,
gelsa. II
Ift: AI. ESTATE.
ALL NEW!
I HANDLE IV OWN PROPERTY
AND NOW OFFER THE FOLLOWING :
8150 Per Aero—lT., acres on Os
trich Farm motor road
This tract excels in mag
nificent views, and at tin
same time is easily accessl.
ble and will cut up with,
out waste.
8600 Per Acre—SO acres on Ver
mont avenue, extending
front Sixth to Vlull, streets;
city water; car line pro*!
Tided for. Thia will bear 1
Invest ia ii tlon.
S4soO—wixlotslu a body,running
through from «htrd to
Huber street; good for ho
tel, boarding - house, fac
tory, etc.
81000-One lot "0x125 feet, fenced,
just beyond Belmont Ho
tel. This unusually larg.
lot is unsurpassed In views
and position
810,000—380 acres of unimproved
foothill land', the frostless
belt; carrying with It two
water rights. This prop
erly was purchased cheap,
and will be sold chenp.
83500-Itexiruble houae of seven
rooms; good barn, large,
sightly and valuable lot
ou ifccan View avenue.
C. M. WELLS,
Room i, Law Block, Temple Street.
118-lm
DENTISTS.
1882-ESTABLIBHED-1882,
Tu. W. WELLS,
DENTAL ROOMS NO. 28 SOUTH SPRING
street, Boeder Blook. Teeth extracted
without pain. Special attention paid to
filling teeth. Dll
Drs. C. & Frank Stevens,
Thebes set of teeth IS, on Cellule-It.' m
Rubber. Painless extraction of Teeth bj
Nitrous Oxide Gas or Vitalised Air. Flue
Gold Fillings a specialty. All operations at
Eastern prices and guaranteed .Kooma
18 and 18 Schumacher Block, op
poslteP O. Open Sundaysl rom 9to ia.. .
mTStf I
LOST POWElT^SiisK's 1 ; !
however Induced, net only ,f ell « v!)d „ 0 b " 1 1
PERMANENTLY CURED withoat mcdl
line. IT COSTS »OTHI»« to send t
for partlovlars. whioh wo will forward free ;
tn sealed envelope on application. Don I I
miss this opportunity. Addre»«, »
at. B. A. OO 1267 Broadway, -
v mva few York Olr?.
. tl
A NASAL INJECTOR tree with every J
bottle of Shlloh s Catarrh Remedy. Price 60 C
oents. 0. F. Halnasmas, agent, Los Angeles. I
Notice of Foreclosure Sale.
JO3FFA A. DE OEMS ET AL, PLAINT,
tiffs, vs. Geo. X Porter et als, defend
ants—Sheriff's sale No. 5278—Order ol sale
and decree ol foreclosure aud sale. Under
and by virtue of bu order of sale andde
l tree of foreclosure aud sale, issued out of
the Superior Court of tho county of Los An
geles, State of California, on the 2d day of
March, A. D. 1887, In the above entitled ac
tion, where Josela A. de Celis et al tbe
above named plaintiffs, obtained a judg
ment and decree of foreclosure and sab*
against Geo. K. Porter et al, defendants, on
the Kith day of May, A D. 1884, for the sum
;of $1771112 ioj dollars, with luterest from
May 16,1684, at the rate of 7 per cent per
annum, which snld decree was, on the t3th
day of January, 1887, recorded In judgment
book 7of said court at page 382 et seg. I
am commanded to sell all that certain lot,
Slece or parcel of land situate, lying and
eiug in the county of Los Augeies, .-Hate
cf California, aud bounded and described
as follows: All the rlgbt, title aud interest
of tho defendant, George K. Porter, which
he had ou the 14th day of June, 1876, or
which he has since acquired in aud to the
raucho known as the h\ Mission of San
Fernando, situate lv Los Augeies couutr,
California, being the same raucho described
lv a certain deed of conveyance executed
by Eulogio F. de Celis, administrator ol the
estate of Eulngiode Cells, deceased, to the
defendant, Charles Maclny, and a mortgage
executed by the la ter to the former, both
da cd August si, 1684, described as fol'ows.
to-wit:
Beginning at tho point where the south
Hue of sectiou tweuty vino (2D), township
I two (2) north range fourteen (14) west San
Bernardiuo meridian, iutersects the east
houudary line of s id rancho; thence north
8° we-t three buudied and forty-two (842)
chains to statiou uumber three (3) of final
survey of saU rancho as made by the Gov
ernment of the Uuited States aud shown by
the patent of said rancho; thence south 81°
west teu and fifty-hundred,hs (10 60-100)
chalus to station number four (4) of said
survey; thence north 82J,-a° west tweuty-one
and fllty-huudredths (21 50-lOt*) chains to
station number (5) of said sur-oy; thence
north west sixty-four (64) chains to
station number six (ti) of said survey;
thence south &2'/ a " west forty-nine 00-100
(49 50-100) chains to station number seven
(7)otsnid survey; thence north 41° west
twenty-two to 100 (22 60-101)) chains to sta
tion number eight (8) oisaid survey;thence
north SKOP west twelve (12) chains to station
number nine (9) of said survey; thence
north three (3) degrees west fifty-three
5 -UK) (53 60-lOu) chains to statiou number
ten (lv) of s 'ld surve,-; thence north 60°
east six (6) chalus to station number eleven
(ll)of said survey;thenco north east one
hundred and five (105) chains to ststion
uumber twelve (12); thence north 6»> 0 west
(80) eighty chains to station number thirteen
(13) ol snld survey; theuce iouthBC° west two
huudred aud seventy-six (276) oh i ins to
station fourteen (14) ol said survey: thence
north 54! 2 ° west one hundred nud
thirty-two (132) chains to station
numuer flfteeu (16) ol said survey;
Thence south 47%" >v< st, twenty (20) chalus
to the point where the said lost line of the
boundary of said rancho intersects the east
erly line of the lauds of tho right of way of
the Southern Pacific Knllroad Company
through said rancho. Theuce following
said euaterly Due of said right of way until
the ,she lutersects the south Hue of section
tweuty vino (29), township three (3) north,
range flfteeu (15) west, San Bernardino
meridian. '1 hence south ou the section
llue three (>) miles to sectiou corner 10-1114
-16, township two (/) north, range flfteeu (15)
west, Ssn Bernardino meridian. Theuce
west one mile to sectiou corner 91018 16,
township two (J) north, range flfteeu (15)
wen, Han Bernardino meridian. Theuce
south three (il) miles to section corner 28-27-
S3 34. Thence east on the section line four
(4) miles aud sixty (Oil) chaiusto the place of
beginning, containing sixteen thousand and
five buuured (Iti.ftO) acres, a little more or
less, excluding therefrom the right of way
of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company
through said tract, the same hetug a portion
of the lsnds described in the mortgage fore
closed iv this action.
I'ublio notice is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 2»th day of March, A. D. 1687,
at 12 o'clock «. ol that day, lv frout of the
Courthouse door of the County of Los An.
Mies, "U Spriug street, I will, In obedience
to said order ol sale aud decree of fore
closure and sale, sell the above described
property, or so much thereof as may be
necessary lo sotlsfv said judgment, with
Interest and costs,etc., to tue blghest and
best bidder.
Dated this 4th day of March, 18S7.
JAMES 0. KAYS,
Sheriff of Los Augtles County.
REV. H. B. EWELL, of Pavilion, N. V.,
■ays of Gilmore's Aromatic Wine: "I be
lieve it to be tbe a most desirable remedy to
be planed In every family." C. F. HEINZE.
UAn, Agent, Loa Angeles.

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