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mains of the break between tbe registers
whioh is always so diffioalt for a con
tralto to overcome. Oae gets no more
sense of edge or roughness anywhere in
its full, round notes than there is in a
pebble wbich has been washed smooth
by countless waves. Only a very great
artist oould make so large a voioe so pli
ant to every vocal requirement, and
subdue it easily to so clear and true a
pianissimo. The method, the effort, It
entirely ooncealed, and there is not the
slightest suggestion of difficulties over
come. The wonderful smoothness of
the voioe is more the smoothness of ivory
thin of velvet, but except for this hint
ot hardness it is absolutely flawless.
War Department visual service
flattest States Army,
•trtakaa ol Telegrams and Reports for the
benefit of Commerce and Agriculture. Re
not* of observations taken at Loa Augeies,
<5sL, March 7,1887:
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T3sT r.al 30.121 52 M W JI FVgy
Maximum Thermometer, 67.0.
If iutmum Thermometer, 43.0.
A Sam Generously Donated for
His Relief.
On the aeoond day of March Fred \V.
Streeter, wbo was one of Captain Law
ton's scouts during the Geronimo cam
paign, arrived in He was
suffering from consumption and out of
funds. He stopped at the St. Elmo
Hotel, and the Herald called attention
to Mb destitute condition. On the 4th
of March Mr. George W. Spawfortb,
of Pasadena, sent to this office a check
for $25, to be applied to the relief of
Streeter. Mr. Spawforth said his at
tention had been called to the case by
tbe publication in the Herald, and be
wauted tha oheck sent Io Streeter, with
his best wishes and sympathy. Enquiry
revealed the fact that on tbe 4th of
March Streeter left the St. Elmo, and no
person around the hotel could tell
where he bad gone. General Milts
stated that be had sent Surgeon Wood
to call on Streeter, but he was not at tbe
hotel. The check sent by the generous,
large hearted Mr. Spawforth is at this
office, subject to tho order of Streeter.
News Notes.
The United States District Court met
The Unity Church social appointed
for Thursday evoning is postponed.
The taking of testimony in tho case 1
of lynoh vs. Vandever will continue at
10 o'clock this morning at Notary Owens'
As the Herald stated that tbe River
side Agency would probably close its
business in this city, the matter was ,
accomplished yesterday, and Ihe line ex
hibit returned to Riverside. .
Monsignor Capel and his pupil, Pio
Macauley Valeusin, passed through here
to-day, and tho Monsignor will lecture
to-night at Pasadena, on "The Diety of
God."' He will also lecture here some
time this week.
Mr. John Forster ia very ill at the
Camulos rancho. His illness is caused
by Wood poisoning, and at last accounts
bis life was despaired of. This will be
sad news to the many friends of Mr.
Forster and all hope that his condition
may not be so bad as reported.
It is reported tbat the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe Company will
shortly erect aline hotel at San Juan
Capistrano. This ambitious little city
will have a grand celebration on the
Fourth of July, with Judge Dick Ejjan
aa Marshal of tho day, Dwight Whiting,
Orator, and Don Marco Forster, Master
of Ceremonies.
There ia a public desire for the plac
ing of a bulletin at the new depot that
should announce thu hour of the arrival
and departure of trains. At present tbe
employes and hotel men are constantly
annoyed by inquiries when a certain
train is to start and when another train
will arrive. A bulletin board would
save a great amount of time to the em
ployes ef the railway companies.
Personal Mention.
Colonel T. 8. Harris, of the Antelope
Valley News, is in the city.
J. J. Sullivan, of San Francisco, is
registered at the Nadeau House.
W. W. Jenkins arrived in tbe city
yesterday from the Castac mines.
Thomas Brenan, of Chioago, ex C oun
ty Treasurer of Cook county, is in tbe
W. H. Allen, of Indianapolis, is visit
ing Los Angeles, where he find s many
relatives and friends.
Mr. E. T. Wright will go to Santa
Barbara to-day to attend the marriage of
his sister at that place.
Mr. W. R. Porter, of San Bernardino,
is in the city on a business trip. He is
one of the fortunate owners of the fam
ous Highland tract about six miles from
San Bernardiuo, on the high mesa.
Mr. J. MoFadden, of Santa Ana, was
in the city yesterday. He states that
the published report of the sale uf the
Saa Joaquin raneho iv the Evening Ex
pros of this city, is utterly false.
Mr. G. W. Barter, of Tucson, is in the
city. Mr. Barter is an old-time resident
of Los Angeles, having been the editor
and publisher of the Star from 1871 to
1873. Previous to that he was the pub
lisher of the Au .hbim Gazette. Mr. Bar
ter is about to change his home, and is
very strongly impressed with a desire to
return here and settle.
Mr. W. H. Norway has returned from
Tulare, where he has been upon land
business for the past few weeks. He
says there is a great demand for
iaudi in Tulare county, and that settlers
are flocking in there in large numbers.
He says that m what is known as the
artesian belt, wells of immense volume
are being constantly opened.
The McGibeny family open to a
Large House.
. A large audience greeted the McGib
eny family last week at the Grand
Opera House, and they can have no
reason to complain, for after a perform
anoe like that of last night, it is hardly
expected that many will attend. The
family numbers fifteen all of whom are
sicians from the smallest upward, and
in consequence of their continual prac
tice, together their concerted and orches
tral numbers can hardly fail to be good.
The lirst number which was the over
ture "Polyphonic" by Pdtte, was among
the best numbers on the program, and
served to illustrate the uniform manner
in which a band should play. The con
pact solo fantasia "The Favorite," by
Hartman, was executed in a masterly
manner by Mr. Frank and won for him
a hearty encore. Miss Viola's solo
"Scene de Ballet," by De Bariot, dis
closed a good voieo excellently trained.
The favorite "Anvil Chorus" from
"Italic" closed tbe lirst part of the
program. The second part opened
with tbe orchestral rendition of Mendels
sohn's "Wedding March" in which mas
ter Jamie conducted, to the amuse
ment and surprise of all. His second
appearance in comic songs, fairly
brought down tbe bouse and aided iv
putting all iv a better humor, if possible,
than they were before. Mr. Hugh's
violin solo, Weincawaski's "Polonaise,"
was also well received, aa were most ol
the pieces on the program. Wagner's
"Tannhauser" march, by the family is
a band, closed tbe performance, which
was neither 100 long or short. Every
thing which ia done by tbe MoGibeuy's
ia well done, and it is not surprising
thai iliev have drawn large houses else
where. To-n'ght Mr. Frank McGibeny
will sing Manager H. C. Wyatt's song,
"The Sweet Golden Past," which he has
sung with great success in all Ihe places
where he bus been on this ooast.
The Trebelli-Musin Concert Company
will ocoupy the opera bouse to-morrow
night, and on Thursday night the Ade
lade Randall Bijou Opsra Company will
open with the "Princess of Trebtzonde."
The Trebelli-Musin Concert Company
will arrive this morniog, and will to-mor
row evening give a musical entertain
ment at the Grand Opera House. The
Han Francisco Examiner says: Madame
Trebolli'a fame was made twenty years
ago, but one gets no reminderof the dale
from either her voice or her appearance.
Patti herself has not cheated Time more
successfully. Her powerful, resonant con
tralto is less sympathetic than Scalchi's,
•tat ia smoother and more even than
that wonderful organ. It is managed
with consummate art, and not a hint re
J. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist.
TanslH's Punch Cigars at P. O. Cigar Store.
Due de Montebello champagne at Weyse
Gold quarts Grand Army charms cheap at
Fred Liude's.
Horse blankets and buggy robes at Foy's
harness shop.
Plush par'or suits, easy chairs. New In
voice Just arrived at Allen's.
Carpets — fall patterns — now arriving.
Prices lower thau s ■ er, st Allen's.
If you want to furnish your house with
little money, call at Allen's, 82 8. Spring St.
Ash, cherry aud walnut bedroom sots.
Extra Inducements offered this week at
Dr Williams continues to treat all heart,
throat and chest diseases by his uew and
popular system ol medlcatod Inhalations,
276 N. Main street.
Anneuscr Beer
On draught at the Fountain.
SHORE- In this city, March 7, 1887, Tillman
Shore, a native of Kentucky, aged tits
years 2 months and 20 days.
The friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral ser
vices this Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock,
at the family residence, corner of HQ'
and Pacheco streets. The remains will
be taken by the family to Litchfield, Illi
nois, for burial.
A Ladies' Genuine Fr-nch Kid Button Shoe,
very ueat and stylish, 52.15 aud S3.DO.
Misses' Spring-heel Goat Button Shoe,
• 1.23.
Ladles' Kid Button Shoes, 51.50.
Misses' Sole Leather Tip Button Shoes,
ii. 2&.
Men's Congress Shoes, 51.75.
Nice Presents Given Away tree!
Headquarters Boot and Shoe
209 X. Tin in St., Downer Block.
Main street, bet. First and Second.
11. C. WYATT Manager
SPECIAL engagement:
live Nights and One Matinee,
I'nder the Management of
And an Excellent Company,
, Tuesday Evening Camii.le
Wednesday Eveuing(her new play) Rb.nke
Thursday Evening L' article 47
Friday Evening Miss Melton
• Saturday Matinee The New KagdalUl
. Saturday Evening Engaged
By Frank L. Goodwin's Dramatic Company.
Reserved Seats, Dress Circle and Par
quet 81 50
Admi-slon 1 00
Reserved Seats, Balcony 75
Admission 50
at*s*-Sa,le opens Friday, March 11th.
m 8
Land and Mining Bureau!
24W«stFlrst|St., room 1, up stairs.
Figueroa street—looxlBs feet. 20-foot
alley, corner $7009
East Los Angeles—6 lots and house of
6 rooms, ou three streets, barn,
windmill, etc .. 4000
South Fort street—B room house, bath
room, closets, stable, alley iv rear 9500
Abbot Kinney tract—Flue lot near
Main street 700
Boyle Heights—63xl4B feet, two story
barn with tbree livlug rooms, one
block from street railroad, ouly . . 1200
, Boyle Heights—6oxl4B, corner John
son and Michigan avenue UOO
Washington street and Graud avenue.
10 lots from $2000 to 82500 each. Con
ditional sales only. Owner will
build a 17000 house In the tract ....
Adams street—* lots and lovely house
of 11 rooms, bathroom, closets, etc.;
i for all 815,0 0; very cheap; or sep
arate, corner lot $2000 ; 4 lots 81600
i each, and lot with house $9000
San Pedro street—l acre, house of 6
rooms, a bargain 2300
Figueroa street—Elegant and superb
home with 10 lots 2000
Childs tract—Neat and friendly home
ouly 3250
Ninth street—2o acres, suitable for
i subdivision, fine location, near
street railroad 15,000
1 Hill street—West side, south of Pine,
52x120 2000
Pico street—Soulh side, between Hill
and Main streets 2500
Washington street—Flue residence of
8 rooms, 1 acre of laud, well Im
proved 9000
Alameda street—4l acres, oranges, wal
uuts, grapes, house and barn, will
pay 15 per cent, net ou tbe Invest
ment. Per;acre 550
Norwalk—4o ucres, 30 iv alfalfa, $5500;
stock separate, $4500 10.000
Rlverdale—3l acre-, odo mile from
Sepulveda station, bouse 0 rooms,
laige barn, well improved. Per
acre 200
Pomona—4o acres, S% miles northeast
ol r tilroad, $100 per acre, or will ex
change for city property .
Several cheap lots on Temple street, East
1 os Angeles, and all parts ofthe city. Auc
ilons conducted. Conveyancing and the
drawing of legal papers a speolalty. Cor
respondence solicited.
N. LINDENFELD, Manager. ,
S. Hamilton, Attorney. m>-lm
Clara Morris opens at the Grand
Opera House ou next Tuesday, and plays
five nights. See her repertoire iv tbe
advertising columns.
O. T, Barker & Sons will commence their
auction sales on Tuesday, March Bth, at 10
o'clock a. m., and continue the sale from
day to day until the entire stock of Furni
ture, Bedding and Carpets is closed out.
j w. Davis, prescription druggist, has re
moved to 2U South Soring street, between
Third and Fourth streets, where he Is estab
lishing the m idel pharmacy of Southern
Ctllfornia, and will be glad to see his old
friend and patrons.
Grand free concerts atOlympio Hall every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday eveniugs
by the renowned Olympic Orchestra. Pro
fessor Guttav Natschke, solo \iol nlst; Pro
fessor William Brown, solo coruetlst, aud
Professor Anton Koehler, solo pianist.
Coal, Coke, Charcoal and Wood,
Wholesale and retail. Special rates for car
load lots, delivered to all points. Oflice—B
Court street; telephone 33. Yard—Corner
Alameda and Jackson streets 315.
Walter S. Maxwell,
Sole agent for Wellington Coal.
Tne Columbia Loan and Build
ing Association
Meets at the Board of Trade rooms in
Baker Block, on Wednesday, the 9th, at 7
r. M., for the payment of the second install
ment and transactlug of tbe regular
People's Store.
We have a case of remnants of Indigo
blue calicos, varying from 2 to 18 yards in
tbe piece, that we will sell to-day at 5c a
yard They are from the best indigo blue
prints, snd tie same goods in the piece sell
for 8% to 10c.
We wl.l sell a case of bleached muslin
to-day at 5c a yard, a very good article.
We will tell a line of apron check ging
hams to-day at V/ic tbat are woitb lPc.
We will sell five quarter bleached sheet
ings to day at 10c a yard, worth 15c.
We will sell towels to day at 2ic a piece,
worth Sic, pr.nted with a red border aud
beautiful design on one end and a blue DOT
der and neat design on the other, suitable
for mantels, bureaus, backs of chairs, i tc.
We will sell white couu erpaues 10-dayat
$1 apiece that are bargaius at £1.50, extra
heavy and very choice. We have never
offered such an excellent article for so little
We will sell a line of ladles' muslin
chemise, shirts and drawers at 75c apiece
that are worth $1.25 They are handsomely
trimmed with torjhon lace aud tucked with
flue embroidery egdes.
We will sell a line of 56 Inch wide a'l
linen table liueu to day at 25c. Spleudid
value at 40c.
Ladles' lisle thread hose in new shades of
tau aud gray will be sold to day at 25c a
pair; regular value at 50c.
Ladies' hose to be sold to-day for
worth 20c.
Three pieces of white curtain net, extra
wide, at 25c a yard. Good value at 50c.
We offer a line ol dre&s satins In every
known shade st 50c a yard , cheap at 85c.
We just received tl.em by express and con
sider them a bargain.
42-incball wool grey tricot, worth 55c, to
be sola to day at 50c.
W W. Widney, real estate aud insurance,
21 W. First street, room 7, up-stiirs. has some
extra good bargains on Hand lor this w„ek.
Call aud see him.
Buy Eagleson's fine underwear, 50 North
Spring street.
Eor Cholera, Dlnrrhu-a. Dyscn.
tery.luf lanimatlun of the Bow
els, or Colic.
Take internally from five totendopsof
Darbys Propbylatlc Fluid In a tablespoon
ful of water every hour or two till Improve
ment takes place. There is no danger in
taking more of It and more frequently If oc.
caslon requires. In chronic cases, or when
the stomach refuses to retain anything else,
use Injections of tbe Fluid aud water. We
have never known a case that did not
readily yield to such treatmeut, aud it
saved the lives of many.
Rochester & Layton have remove to No. 9
Commercial street.
11. J. Sboulters has removed his stock ol
wallpaper to 32 South Spriug street. New
stock aud handsome fittings. lie was for
merly at 9 South Main street. Herealter
the store will be called the Boston Wall
pap r Rouse.
Large ar I rtmeut of traveling and tourists'
shirts at Lugleson & Co.'s, 50 N. Spring St,
To Horsemen.
One of the very best sous of the Great Al
mont will arrive at Agricultural Park, on or
about tbe Bth instant, to he used iv tbe stud
for the season. Those wishing the service
of this fine animal should wait and see
him. Oue notice will be given ol his arrival.
Burnett Uriel.a.
T. F. Joyce has a quantity of first-class
hard-burned bricks for sale, brickyard on
Yale near Bernard street. Office o>4 North
Main street.
Every well dressed man should wear
Eagleson's perfect fitting shirt-collars, cuds'
aud neckwear.
Don't Overlook Th'a.
Three lots -100 feet from Pico street online
of railway, for 8350escti, if sold this week
Lots in the same block are being fold for
9600. Parties going East reason for selliug.
Address box 1113.
Goods at factory prices at Eaglesoa A Co.'»,
50 North Spring street.
Holme* A Scott.
Dealers in coal, wood, bay aud grain, 157 S
Sprlug street.
Buy F.agleson's perlcct fitting shirts, 50
North Spring street.
11. JE. Small,
Dentist, removed to Holleubeok Block,
rJuriug street.-cornor Second street.
Orange Tree*.
Choice Washington Nave! and other va
rieties. For sale by Pbtllips.lt Waite, No. 134
North Main street. Los Angeles.
The beverage for tue weak and strong,
lick and healthy, Ghlrardelll's soluble oo
Situated on a Superb Plateau, Between Washington and Adams Streets.
EVERT DAT * ><j r
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40 000 Vines and Trees of All Kinds.
Large Lots, Small Prices, Viz:
$275 Each; $50 Cash and $20 Per Month, Without Interest.
Is without doubt tho BEST AND CHEAPEST tract to day in the market. Sold by the
mrl-2m C. fHONDON, Booms 1 and 4, Old Fostofflee Building, Up Stairs.
Valuable Property
Slxty-onofeeton Sprlug st., with two
story building; now paying good
raw of interest, with prospect of
large Increase SS7.COO
Sixty feet ou Spring st.; a first-class
investment 25,00
Forty-five feet ou Spring st., with
good building 75,000
Slxtv feet on Fort St., 330 feet deep;
110,000 building; very near busi
ness center; a No 1 luve tmeut 40,000
Sixty feet in the best business block
on Spriug street 73,000
Seventy acres In ci'y limits; the
Hue.-.! tract In the city for subdi
vision: a bargain 90,C00
Fifty four acres on Main street; Duo
property for subdivision IOO.OCO
47 582 R"res of laud near Riverside,
per acre 15.00
40UO acres as flue agricultural laud
as can ba fouud lv the State, per
acre 12.50
11) feet corner of Pearl and sixth sts 14,000
H >use and lot ouThomp onstreet,
Ellis tract 3500
fWe lota, ElUi tract, each 1000
562 acres land adjoining near city
limits; very fine for subdivision,
per acre 400
Twenty acres choice alfalfa land,
within 2 miles of city limits; per
acre 200
Thirty-six acres, 7 miles from city;
line Honing artesian well, house,
baru Riid corrals 4000
Five lots on Pico street, ur. Figueroa;
very cheap 5000
Three lots ISOxItIO to 20-foot alley,
corner Figueroa aud Mauhattau
streets; elegant residence prop
erty; at a bargain
Two new hard-fluish-d cottages, one block
from street cars, at a bargalu.
Several choice lots on Figueroa street at a
Choice property on Washington street,
near line of street cars, at a bargalu.
Cboico acre tracts near city >v a bargain.
31 West first Street,
New Los Anoeles National Bank Buildino
Real Estate Agents anl Auctioneers,
14 North Spring Street.
a 13,000—17-room house ou lot 100x250 In
East Los Augeies; will make a due
boarding house; \\ cash.
•30—An acre. Fine tract of 640 acres at
Ontario. This Is a bargain.
•65,000—100 acres of land wlthincitv lim
its. Flue piace for subdivision.
• 13,000-Choice tract all laid out, ready
for market.
•63,000—36 acres ou Seventh street, mag
niflcw-ut views.
• 14,000—10 acres, one block from cable
•05,000—80 acres of choice orange grove,
will guarantee a profit of *40,000 in
a subdivision.
Lots In all parts of the city. Houses of al
Blzes and prices. Lots in Ela Park Tract.
See ads in Express and Tribune.
0. A. BUHNER Al CO.,
OCI7 14 North Spring Street.
farm at the foothills, Duarte, contain
ing 20 acres; a very healthful aud central
location, opposite tho postofflce, convenient
to DEPOT. The trees are large and of the
choicest varieties; the fruit commands tne
highest prices; will pay well on the invest
ment; 20 shares of water. This la a choerlul
home, with grand oak trees abost the house
and yard. The purchaser to have the
present crop of orauges, which aro about
ready for marke:. Cau give immediate
possessluu. Address owner,
_<jt2 m __ I>n "' l den a.
The Tehachipa Building Stone Co.
GEO. F. BHIR Treasurer
„„„_ (Fi st Nationalßauk).
ROBERT A. LEWIS ...Secretary
Directors-Gen. E. Ronton, Alphctis Lewis.
A Lewis Timolh y O'Shea, Robert
Quarriers o! Black Granite, Gray
Marole, Brown, Yellow, Green aud White
sandstone. Orders of any dimension filled
at shoit notice. For samples orlnformatiou,
address »- r. A. LEWIS,
,„ £• °v ß «x 1388 Los Angeles, Cal.
Offlce 12 Court street. llVlnt
26 W. First Street,
Bet. Spring and Main, Los Angeles.
SHOOO-Smeliff Addition to Boyle Bdfhtl,
subdivided Into 26 lots. This Is
near the Bird Tract and Is un
questionably the cheapest prop
erty In the city; will net buyer 50
rer eeut. profit in tlx mouths. Ex
amine it at once.
■ 13,000—Twelve acres on Boyle Heights,
subdivided into 76 lots Bee it.
•0300—Five acres oo Adams street, near.
Vermont avenue Fine localiou.
• 12,000—Twenty acres on Veruou avenue;
all iv grares.
•3OOo—Ten acres near Park Station.
We Offer a Partial l ist ol Im
proved Propertf.
Iv case you do not see what you detlre,
Inquire at oflice :
58300—9-room two story house; a'l mod
ern improvements; nice lawu;
beautiful yard; very cheap; Hill
street, near Niutb.
•7300—6 room cottage cv Hill street, near
• 10,000—10-roora house, large yard, etc.,
on Fort street, near .Ninth.
•2SOO— 1 room house on Ohio st eot; the
cheapest property in Los Augeies;
parlies going East; a rare bargain.
SIKUO—WiII buy a 4 room cottage on Olive
street, near Pico.
•0000—9 room house ou Pearl street; hand
somely decorated,
• 31X10—7-room house ou Grand avenue,
near Seventh street.
Sl5OO-7-room house ou Boyle Heights;
large grounds, bcautilul yard.
Co*\\'e have lots in all portions of the
city at prices to suit. We have several de
sirable pieces of business property on
Spring, Main, First and Second ftreetsthat
will nut large returns on tbe investment.
We work for a legitimate commission and
in all cases will protect your interests to the
best of our ability.
26 W. First Street,
Bet. Spring and main Street*.
1., the Bace for Trade,
20 North Main Street,
California Wines and Brandies
Zlnfandel, Rleallns;, nock,
Muscat, Tokay, Etc.
A 150,3 to 10 year-oldfWhlsky for medicinal
use. 'Pennant's Ale. Guinness' Porter,
Finest French Brandies, Gin, Blackberry
Wine, Blackberry Brandy, Cider, Cham
pagne, etc.
joe ii a v i; it &. Co.,
20 North Main Street.
KW Lowest Prices and Free Delivery.
Peruvian Bitters!
29 North Klaln Street.
H. G. ROLLINS & Co.,
No. 23 Temple street,,
Dealers in Real Estate.
The Most Delightful Free Ride
AT 10 A. M. TO
Arlington Heights,
n nniM.ros ITIBIT,
The future Grand Boulevard from Lbs
Augeies lo the Pacific Occau.
Just Outside Los Augeies City Limits.
No Hills to OHm. v ,
No Dangerous Ascents,
No Adobe Soil.
Pefectiou of Climate,
Klch Loamy Soil,
Pure Water,
Easy Access.
ATaF-We offer a free sift of twenty-four
Jaoulois to anyone who will build a $20,000
hotel, aud one CMO lot free to any purchaser
of a lot who will build a *1.>,000 residence
on Arlington Heights.
200 Town Lots For Sale,
Frontiug on streets 100, 60, and uot less than
60 feet wide. Also,
Ten !>).- acre lots fronting on Washington st.
Twen y 5 -acre lots bet. Washiugtou aud
Pico streets.
Ten fi acre tracts frontiug on Pico street
Twenty lots bet. I'lco aud Sixfa sts
Ten 6H-acre lots between Washiuaon and
Adams streets.
Teu ,%-acre lots fronting on Adams street.
Twenty b% acre lots bet. Adams and Jetler
son streets.
Ten liivacre lots fronting on Jefferson st
Twenty ,%-aore lots bet. Jefrersou street
and Santn Mouica Railroad.
»TSaT""TKR.MS of Paymknt.-1M
One-fourth cash, one-fourth ti months, one
fourlh 1 year, oue-fourth 18 mouths.
The plateau of Arlington Heights offers
them, st ln it-uitlccut view to be beheld iv
Southern California, embracing ihe whole
of the Los Augeies Valley, and extending
from San Pedro aud Sauta Mouica on the
I'acinc ocean, acro-s the plains to the foot
hills, aud up to the snowy heights of the
Sierre Madre mountains. This table- and
or mesa is perfectly level aud uubrokeu.
hut IJO feet higher than the elevation of
Spriug and Maiu streets. To reach It there
are no hills to cllrnb, and as the streets
leadiug from the center of Los Angeles city
up to it follow the same even grade it Is as
easy of access as Washington Gardens. The
soil of Arlington Heights Is a rich loam,
mellow and fri - ble at all seasons, and easy
to cultivate The vineyards aud orchards
surrounding It give undisputed evidence
that every acre of Arlington Heights will
produce grapes and fruit without irrigation.
A stratum of purest well water is str ick
anywhere ou the tract at a depth of from
thirty to sixty feet. The plateau of Arling
ton Heights is unequa l ]"' fir health. A
. gentle breeze from tho I aciflo ocean fans it
1 dally; sea fogs never r, ach its elevatiou,
and frosts belug almost unkuown on the
' Mesa," the most tender pauts, such as to
maloe vlues. bear fruit there every day of
tbe year. The Sauta Monica brunch of the
8. P. R. R. runsa ougsiue this eleganttract;
the present terminus of the Electric Street
Railroad Is distant one-half mile from Ar
lington Heights, and it is expected that it
will be extended to and through Arlington
Every city has Its one. fashionable suburb
par excellence; as London has its Rioh
mund, nnd Parishas its SalntCloud. Arllng
ton Heights, by a happy combination of ad
vantages, promises to become a fasb-
Jble addition tn Los Angeles, of the beuu
ful mansions and park-like grouuds of the
The elegant lawns and stately mansions of
the rich will be fouud here withiu a short
time, and purchasers wbo take advantage
of our low prices and easy terms will reap
a golden harvest of their inves ment in Ar
lington Heights.
For further particulars, prices and mapß,
apply to the office of the Arlington Heights
Land d: Water C impauy.
25 West First St., up stairs, corner of First
aud Spring streets, or
23 West Flr.t St., or
120 HI West First Bt.
(Successors to F. Adam)
Merchant Tailors,
No. 113
North Murin-r Mt., Loa Angeles.
rest and conviction of,any person or
persons detected In tampering with or in
any way middling with the gates, pipes or
meters of the Los Anneles Gis Company
contrary to Section 624 of the Penal Code
Per order CHARLES ,
mr2-lw Secretary.
a»-Coal, Wood, Hay and Graln-831
Upper Main street, Loa Angeles, cal. P. O.
Box 181. 126
Throat Diseases, Bronchiti
Together with diseases of
Successfully treated by
H< C. P. 8. 0.,
No. 275 Main St., text the Diamond House,
Los Augeies, Cal.
a peculiar disorder of the nostrils and
aojacent parts, which prevails to un alarm
ing extent and is predictive of very serious
The most prominent and characteristic
featuro is a un. i i discharge lion the
bead, varying In its nature at different
In some there is an a'most constant Uow
of clear, acrid lluid, nut cfteuer au offensive,
purulent.or muoo-parulent, geeiilsh-yellow
matter is secreteu, which accumulates lv
the nostrilsior drops into the throat, neces
biiating itsirsquanl removal by blowing tbe
uo-e or expectoration, snd oit«U t.y both
procef.se*. Sometimes patients feel as
though their whole head VV .s In a stale of
rotteuncss, so great is the amount of matter
discharged and so fetid is its odor. The
patient Is greatly anuoyed by the constant
dropping into the throatof the morbid mat
ter Irom the head, and as a recumbent posi
tion naturally lavors ihe Uow downward,
his rest is frequently dl turbi d from this
cause. Many sufferers nre obliged to He
wiih ihe bead very much elevated iv order
to sleep with some degree ul comfort.
Iv others a tough, visetd sud offensive
phlegm colleen behind mil above the soft
palate, In tits pas.age be:»ecii the throat
and head, ndhi-uriug lo the parts with glu
ish tenacity. Its lodgment embarrasses
iesplrat:on and creates a sens-tlon of Utv
union and uueasine-s in the affected local
ity, which gives rise to a Constant and al
most irresistible desire to relieve the dis
comfort by drawing tho mucus iuto the
throat so as to eject It by the iv uth. This
prto.loe, popularly known as "hawking,"
is cnarac.erotic of Oafarrh, huil proves as
embarrassing to ,lie one affected as It is
disagreeab.u to those arouud bim
Again, the offensive mutter hardens and
deposits itself on the membraue lv the
si ape of dry, baid concretions, which are
discharged by way of the nostrils or throat
in lumps or liugmcnts of a deep green tint.
Iv some cases these incrustations accumu
lateto such an exteut as to form a regular
plug in tbe nose, which obstructs breathing
aua produces serious discomfort. So firm
ly do tbesu iucrustatious Hdhere to the
point of attachment that their removal
usually requires the most vl< lent efforts;
not uufrequon:ly t. ey have to be toru from
tbe membraue. Occasionally a solid cast
ol notable size is expelled, on which there
are generally traces of blood, but in some
cases the cast presents a tubular appear
ance, being of exact shape of the vasal
cavity. This coudltiou is indicative of ul
ceration, which, in time, may destroy tbe
bony st ucture of the nose and produce a
subsequent tl aliening of that organ.
Crises a.-c occasionally met with In which
a thick, viscid, slimy secretion coats the
mem liraue of the nasal cavities and then
putrifies, giving rise to a stench which Is
really overpowering and sufficiently fetid to
p isoutbo atmosphere of a wnole room;
and there are others in which all tbe secre
liens of the membraue are suspended, caus
ing an uupleasant leellug of dryness, beat
aud feverishness iv the head and nose—a
condition popularly kuown as "Dry Ca
Jbe disease speedily extends to tho air
cavities of tbo bones of the forehead and
face, givlug rise to a distressing sensation
of h avy weight or compression over the
forehead, especially iv the region above
snd between the eyes, aud lo a feeling of
fulness, heat, irritutian, soreness or pain lv
the nostrils near the root of th i nose, as
well as in the upper part of tbe throat,
above aud behind the soft palate. Some
times there Is pain obstinately fixed lv some
particular part, as In tbe temple, on tbe lop
of the beau, at tbe back of the neck, or be
hind the orbids, and occasionally pain
manifests itself in the face of so severe a
character that it Is frequently mistaken for
The ireath is always tainted aud at times
assumes an ex ceding feiid and sickening
odor. In some cases it becomes so revolt
fngly oiteusive as to render the sufferer an
object of disgust to himself us well us to
'Ilia nasal membraue is thickened and
congested, causing the nose to be stopped
up, sometimes on one side, sometime ou the
other, aud often on both, giving rise to a
disagreeable, stuffy sensation iv the head,
and occasioning violent and prolonged
paroxysms of suet zing.
The voice is weak, indistinct and husky
or of a nasal character, di playing a sort of
sniffing quality. Oftentimes there Is a con
tiuuuus hoarseness aud discordance. There
is also a sense of irrltatlou in the throat,
and freqiteut attempts to clear the parts of
phlegm, producing the sound' hem" more
or less forcibly. Iv soma cases patieuts
complain of an uncomfortable feeiiug of
fullness, or a choky eusatiou iv tbe throat,
and iv others of a distressing uud almost
coustant dryness, for the temporary relief
of which tbey have to swallow frequently.
Others, agaiu, speak of a coustaut bad or
nauseous taste iv the mouth or throat.
The stomach generally suffers muto or
less and becomes weak uud irritable; the
appetite is capricious and nearly always
bud iv tbo moruiug. Tho patieut is lan
guid, uuablo to perform mental or physical
labor with tue usual facility, is nervous, de
pressed in spirits, at times fearful, tim d,
agitated and inclined to drowsiness and
sluep, the uu in ry weakened and perma
nent impairment seriously threatened.
The mucous membrane soou becomes
morbidly seusitlve to unfavorable influ
ences, aud in spite of the utmost care be
comes affected from tbe slightest causes, so
that at last a breathof wind upou the lining
of the no-e or throat becomes productive of
a cold, and gives rise to serious disturb
ances of the respiratory organs. Tnus tha
patieut is subject to frequent and repealed
colds, each attack aggravating the disease
by givlug it v uew impulse ami Involving a
larger exteut or surface than its predecessor
lv this manner tbe difficulty spreads from
organ to orgau, invading tbe throat, larnyx,
trachea and bronchial tubes, until, en
croaching, further aud further, it reaches
the fluer ramlHcatlousof the bronchi, when
but a slight impulse is required to send it
totheluugs. Catarrh may, and ofteu does,
affect other organs In the body, especially
those containing a mucous membrane, such
as the htumacb, bowels, kidneys, etc.
By the employment of proper inhalations
In tlie form of medicated vapor (nut steam
or spray) we are able to produce immediate
ami direct action upon tlie diseased surface
In the pharynx and nas.l passages, lor al
will find lis way into the most remote and
intricate cavities, where it is utterly impos
sible to make Uuld applications. By these
meats every case can be cured.
Ozccua Is the professional or technical
name given to an advauced form of catarrh
in which ulceration has eaten through the
membrane living of tbe nose to the carti
lage of the bono. Any case of catarrh may
end In rzioua, but it most frequeutly,occurs
lv those who aro naturally scrofulous. The
discharge takes place through the nostrils
or through tue throat, and is generally of a
yellowish or greenish yeliow color, fre
quently tinged with blood and almost al
ways attended by an offeusivesmcll. lv the
language of Dr. Wood, of Philadelphia,
'The disease Is one of the most oblurate
and disagreeable which the physician has
to encounter In bad caststhebreath or the
patient becomes so revolting as to Isolate
him from society and to render him an ob
ject of disgust even to himself." Iv some
cases pieces of bone becume separated and
slough off, leaviug deep, unhealthy ulcers,
which secrete a bloody matter, aud aro ex
treme, y difficult to heal. After tunas has
continue i some time tho seuse of smell
usually becomes Impaired and often lost.
Deafness Is one of lis most common conse
queuc s, and results from Its extension
through the eustachlantubesto the Internal
ear. Pains In the head and over the froutal
sinuses, impairing memory, aud even In
sanity frequently spring from Its extension
to tho brain. The greatest danger, how
ever, because the most common, Is that it
will extend downward and affect the lungs,
la most cases of pulmonary disease catarrh
Is present iv some degree, und lv many In
stances It causes a large share of the pa
tient's discomfort.
Besides these grave consequences, all of
which are liable to spine from scrofulous
catarrh or ozccua, there are others which, If
le.-. dangerous, are sufficiently unpleasaut.
Itoccasiouß great uuhappiuess to thousands
of both sexes, by Isolating them and pre
venting their settlement In life An often,
sivo ruuulug from the nose, with foul
breath, is about as great a calamity as cau
befal l young people.jlor no yo ng person
should ever think ot marrylug while uillict
ed with catarrh.
Those who visit Southern California, after
trvlng every kuovvu remedy, and failing lv
obtaluing health through climatic chauges
alone, would do well to try this wouderful
system, which Is revolutionizing the whole
medical science and effecting cures lv this
very city in persons given up to die.
275 North Main street, Los Angeles, Cal.
Office hours from 10 a. m. to ir, x. racha

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