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filthy accumulations in the rear of our streets, and tbe impenetrable filthy con dition of the subsoil of our streets have long been a burning shame to ns. Our streets bave never been provided with a surface pro tection, and the subsoil, being a natural gravel bed, holding moisture as a sponge, .we bave taken care for years past, and to the present moment, to ab solutely persist in doing all we can to oanvert that sponge into a vast reoepta cle of malarial and pestiferous matser. All the old so-oalled "plagues" of Lon don emanated from such a subsoil, and in tho face of all this we are told tbat we have a perfect sauitary system. We have no public baths even, or washhouses. In cleanliness we are in finitely behind tbe ancient inhabitants of Rome. John Hall. DAILY HERALD. OUR SANITARY CONDITION. TIM a Prominent Architect tt»y« •« •«• Kditoh Hbbald—Tbat tbe present ahould be a crisis as to tbe question of tbe sanitary state of Los Angeles is ap parent on all sides. There ought to be do attempt made to disguise the facts of an epidemic that so repeatedly and for cibly bas been foretold, and alas! as -often received with derision. It is about time to lay aside all tiumcial and private interest oonsiderations.aud squarely look tail gaunt and aileut scourge in the face aad deal with it at ouce as if we were •ware of its actual residence in onr midst. Let competent inspectors of nuisances and a sufficient number of health cfficers be at onos put iv motion, and instruct them to be guided by only one motive, viz.: "For tho good of the common weal.' - Curb the people in their indiscretions of visiting peathouses, or of rooms infected, or of visiting fu nerals. While this is being adopted it may be as well to make a retrograde movement and survey briefly the actual sanitary condition of Los Angeles; it may be of benefit to tbe general com munity at this period to enable them to think for themselves, because it is the community, directly or indirectly, who are responsible for au unhealthy condi tion of any city. The requirements of health may be •tsaeed under the head of: First —The purity aud cleanliness of •Jr. Secoud —An (quable temperament. Third—Sufficiency of daylight. Fourth—Vurity of water. All of wbieh should be demanded and attained at any cost. Tbey are lour sim ple laws that cannot be altered or devi ated from without serious results to tbe -welfare of tbe individual and general community alike, and tbe longer neg lected the more difficult will be the case, while the doctors and undertakers will griu and revel in a gay old time. - First, it must b j apparent to one and all that our population is yearly becom ing more consolidated and condensed. We are crowding tbat which should be a neighborhood into the space a street should occupy, and forcing those who should inhabit a house into a single room. They need not in tbe polluted air of their dwellings an extra poison to be brought them by the means of one of their necessities of life. Iv rooms where the only light and air is admit ted by circumscribed areas, im parities are always in suspension, and to a great extent bas been the case with v* during our late rains. Our apolo gies for oublic sewers have but little or BO ventilation, aud when attacked by ▼olumes of water rushing in, the sewer gas, in hundreds of cases, was forced through the ordinary traps of sinks, baths, wash-basins, etc., etc., and as a great portion of these oommon necessa ries of life are of cheap materials and imperfect finish, the bursting and bub bling of foetid sewer gases was not diffi cult. As our heavy rains occurred at sight, the gases were emitted into closed loom), and the sleeper wot not in the morning, of the cause of bis prostrated oondition. Much of our sanitary neglect is doubt lens to be attributed to the tendency of all classes to avoid that which is not easy and close at hand. We will not ofteu take tbe trouble, for a future con venience or a prospective advantage, to adopl an immediate remedy. To be satis tied with what we have rather than trouble ourselves greatly to improve it, bas been, at least in sanitary matters, the dootrine of the past, and formerly that which was said lo be the luxuries of the few, may now be said to be the requirements of the many. The water, which we bave been forced to drink, may even, after beiug mechan ically filtered, have been burdened with the deadly seeds of the malignant dis -eaae, the impurities which flowrhg watt r gains from vegetable decomposition, or has acoumulalated in its passage through the air in the form of rain. Tbe Romans were aware, in the con •traction of their acnueducts, of the abso lute necessity of affording every facility for the aeration of their water in ita flow, and for filtering or lessening its turbidity, and accomplished it by forming numbers of depository basins in tbe line of their conduits. More than 300 years before the Christian era they abandoned tbe Tiber as the source of their consumption and sought the purer springs of tbe Tusculutn for their supply. But with this before us, and having the advantages of the ex perience of 2000 years, we are content to drink from a muddy ditch, running comparatively stagnant for miles, unpro tected, and collecting in its course the essence of the decomposed ex xrement of all creation that moves and %as ita being along the areas of its banks. In all this ws defy natural laws. Na ture in her purification of water per forms one of those chemical transforma tions so consistent with the firth as Ihe of man, but she requires from "us in return obedience lo her laws, or the retribution of disease and death is frequently tbe result of their neglect. Every means ulau should be adopted to prevent stagnation of the air, and provide for the speedy removal of all re fuse matter, and ensure ventilation, wbieh should be competent to carry off the emanations constantly given oil in respiration, etc. Ventilation should be arranged even to prevent the smell of ■cooking from pervading the apartments, yet how numerous are Ihe houses in whioh every one of these obvious rules are transgressed. It is au axiom that no stagnant water be allowed to remain in the vicinity of any building, either above or below the •oil; no organic nutter or refuse of any kind should be allowed. But there are otber causes of impurity in the air which permeates tho subsoil. Tbe ema nations of the g.ts pipes are a serious source of impurity to the air in the soil. 80, also, is tbe leakage of sewers into the subsoil. From both tbese causes tbe air in the subsoil is eminently polluted. Consequently tbe purity qf the air in the basement will much depend upon the arrangement of the basement itself, aud partly upon the purity of the air in the subsoil under and around the house, un less the basement has been entirely cut off from the surrounding ground by a sufficiently thick and continuous bed of concrete or a layer of asphalt laid over the whole surface covered by the house. The deleterious character of the air in j the soil is chiefly due to tbe large pro portion of carbonic acid wh eh it con tains. Dr. Pellen Rogers' experiments •hew tbat a few feet below the surface tbe proportion of oarbenic acid in the air is •meter than tbat in tbe worst ventilated dwellings, and that the proportion of carbonic acid in tbe air taken from tbe •oil is twice as large as found iv water oolWcted from tbe time place. That being the case, it is eas ihr understood that tbe fair city of the Angeles snust be in a pestiferous oondition, ripe tor the deposit of the germs of any disease, competent of and generating the most deadly gases, to be ma turn drawn into tbe dwellings of •Best and produced in the shape of an " •pidemic. The whole city stands on fc •and in a subsoil of this character. Tbe m&SPI&Z the Amianated Horse I for the last 14 years the H. H. H. Horse Liniment has been tho leading an n a «t°ckrro>n fSrtS cure of Hondas Brn pcs, Stiff Jobita and ror Family Use is w thout an eoual S , ™^ n r? U J ,iB,n i Neuralgia, Ache,*fiE£ Th^ff 1 k at «* n 'l.HprainBof allch. Vetera, it™ j H- Lmiment has many imita- Jions, and we caution tho Pnblio to gee that the Tradn Mark « H H HI " i« ™ every Bottle before purchasing. For s«2 IoX re for 80 "T ttSjm C. H. HANCE, wholesale and retail Druggist and Manufacturing Pharmacist Nos. 77 and 79 North Spring street. Tele' phone No. 66. P. O. Box 2165. HALL'S PULMONARY BALSAM, The best remedy for Coughs, Colds andtn fluenza and Incipient Consumption. Sold I by all druggists for 50 cents. J. R. GATES A CO., Proprietors. I d>-tf 417 Sansome street, S. F. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 10. 1886. HBAL ESTATE. FOR SALE! SPECIAL BARGAINS. House 11 rooms, new; lot 50x155, Figueroa street *65C0 Lot on Pine street, near Grand ave enue, farsMO 850 Lot in the Wright tract, ou Figueroa street; graded and filled 2100 Lot on Milu, near Twelfth. COxlflO.. 3750 Lot on II 11 street, near Kloveuth, 00x1(15, west tide 3200 Lot iv the Dunuigan tract 950 L t in tho FUrview tract, iiOxl.l4^.. 840 20 acres in tbe Lick trJCt, per acre 276 40 acres in the Lick tract, per acre 200 20 acres iv the Lick tract, per acre not) 5 acres on Main street, improved... 6000 40 acres 8 miles toward Downey: very choice 6500 215 acres of best alfalfa land. 0 miles toward Wilmington; highly improved and well watered, per acre... 180 7W acres; very choice; near the COCO University. Good lots in every desirable tract in the city. House of four rooms on Virginia street, near cable 1200 40x1115 ou Fort, near Third, 5325 per loot. 6 lots on Adams street, ench 50x188, nud an elegant new two story house, 11 rooms 17,500 200 acres adjoining San Gabriel, set to choice lruit, iv full bearing, per acre 800 OLIVER, WALKER & GOODESOW, 101 N. Main St., I.os Angeles, - - California. Ela Hills Tract. Lots in this Attractive Property, SITI'ATBD O.N DOWNEY AVENUE AND ADJOINING STREETS, Are Now Offered For Sale At a less price than anything in the city. No Such a Chance Will Occur Again! THEBE ARE LOTS TO SUIT ALL Prices to Suit Every Purse. The locality cannot fail 'o rapidly in crease in value, now that two cable roads are assured for £ast Los Augeles. £sF~TITLE PERFECT.-^aß T. E. UOWAN 114 N. Spring street O. A. SI'M.S'ER A C 0.... 14 N. Spring Street GEO. W. JOHNSTON, Cor. of Downey aye. and Thomas st. mrs-lm '~ AUCTIONS. AUCTION! HOUSEHOLD GOODS, FURNITURE, -ETC KIMBALL MANSION, 131 New High St., near Temple. THI USDAY MORNING, ItIARCH 10, 1887, at 10 O'Clock. All the Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, etc., contained In twenty-five rooms, consisting of twenty Walnut bedroom lulls, two Fine Parlor Suits, One Large M unci Mirror4Bx6o, Gold Frame French Plate, one Sherman Hyde Piano, good as new. Walnut H»t Rack, Marble-top Tables, Bo lyßrussel and Tapes try Carpet-, Bedding, Piatedware, Dishes, Glassware, large Hotel Range, Kitchen Utensils, etc , etc. SALE POSITIVE AND WITHOUT RESERVE NORTHCRAFTS A CLARK, mT-it Auctioneers. No Robbery. The case of Muude Wilson, charged with robbing Agnes Bernal, came up for examination before Justice Austin yes terday morning. Agnes, who was on inmate of the "Palace de joie," kept by Muude, testified that a week ago Wednes day Maude took all her clothing out of her wardrobe for the purpose of prevent ing her leaving for home. She had written a letter to her home for money to pay iff her indebtedness to Maude, but it bad not been answered, and she desired to leave. There was a struggle at the time, during which Maude caught Agnes by the ueck. The defendaut's siue of tbe story was somewhat different and was supported by several of her female roomers. It was to the iff set that Agnes did uot leave for the reasous alleged, but bad returned from a drive to Pasadena on Tuesday of last week, under the influence of liquor, aud when pressed to change her clothes for tbe gaieties of the coming evening, she had become angry and nu-htd out of the house. Justice Austin sustained the story as told by Maude, but unless sbe can show that she has some lien on the clothes she must give them up to the complainant. Pullman Passengers. The following passengers left yester day on the 1:30 train: L Christian, Miss West, Mrs L Sands, O Kelly, G H Schemp, W M Gilchrist, Dr H Steele, E J Chase, A Kelly, N H Peak*, H W Gordon, R Allen, J Graham, Gus Zarder, Miss J C Davis, A Zandall, Mr Swan, LScudder, C Uanna, E Fer rer, Mr Decker, W H Gardner, H C Brunner, W H Perry, G C ParkinsoD, J X Townsley, Mr Niven, W O Miller, A J Deville, R Detricb, D J McDaniels. The following left on the 7:30 train: Mr McFarland, J M Keefer, D N Walter, G W Bichelder, Mr Rosenberg, George Rhodean, Mrs Bareroft, J E Newhall, A Nichelsoerg, J H Lowell, E B Dukeman, J W Ray, C M Sheffer, Mr Van Winkle, John Summers, Mrs Hat ley, J M Inqnesal, E M Murphy, Mrs Dutubro, C M Uackett, Johu Sloan, J M Ingersoll. Cure for Piles. PILES are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to sup pose he has some affection of tbe kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, un easiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture like perspiration, producing a very diss greeable itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, bleeding and Itching piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts affected, absorbing the tumors, allaying the Intense itching, and effecting a permanent ourn. Price 60 cents. Address tbe Bosauko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by E. F. Heinzeman. A Galaxy of Beauty and Talent. Adalins Pat'i, Mary Anderson, Mrs Scott Siddons, Emily Melvilleand a hostof others certify to tbe value of Camelllne for pre serving and beautifying the complexion. Ita innocence is attested by ihe best scien tific authority. Price of Camelline, fifty cents. If y v warns good appetite drink Dami ana Bitters. Michel Levy A Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. MR. A. HIOGIN3, of Wyoming, N. I*., says he had tbe piles for nearly 40 years, and was cured by using Gllmore's Pile Specific—C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An geles. You will never have a sour stomach if you use Diimlana Bitters. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron chitis immediately relieved by ShUoh's Cure. C. F. Heinzeman, agent. Los Anoeles. All respectable dealers keep Damiana Bit ters. Michel Levy A Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough. Bhiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles. SHIi OH'S COUGH ami Consumption Cure Is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Con rumption. C. F. Heinzeman, ageut, Los Au geles. NERVE-LIFE AND VIGOR restored in men snd women by using Gilmoie's Aro matic Wine. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, ageni. Los Angeles. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE 1 BY OP.DER OF PROBATE COURT ON • Monday, March 21,1887 AT THE BANCH OF THE ESTATE OF KEHI NADEAU, DECEASED, Near FLORENCE, los Angeles county, we will — SELL AT PI MI.It Al I I IP i THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY : 75 HEAD OF WORK HORSES and MULES, 18 COWS, 6 GRADED JERSEY BULLS, 3 LARGE FREIGHT WAGONS, 4 FOUR-HORSB WAGONS, 4 TWO HORSE WAGONS, 4 GANG PLOWS, lO CORN CULTIVATORB, 4 WHEELED ROAD SCRAPERS, 30 COMMON ROAD SCRAPERS. S. It. CASWELL, Special Administrator of Estate of R. Nadeau. ' NOYES A DENNIS, Auctioneers. mro-2w ======s=========—===—==—— RESTAURANTS. iLiiioaa HcstaiuTl and Oyster Parlors 41 AND 43 N. MAI STREET. 3KIIAT REDUCTION IN OYSTERS Large Eastern Oysters, per 100, • . • 54.6 C Small " ' • • • »3.M Small Eastern, raw or stewed, 25 eta.jpor plate Large Eastern, »lv style, - 50 cents per plate Baltimore seine ted Ovatera, 85 seals pet use PRIVATE ROOMS Up stairs for ladle* sod families, where met ■ will h* served in *h« ■"•isms. n24 JERRY ILUCH. Proprietor. The Commercial Restaurant, V. DOL, PROPRIETOR, DOWNEY BLOCK, • MAIN STREET. tUn.i.-M Mlvo and serves up every day th. JSSI SOLE, XURBOT and SEA THOUT SI'RINO CHICKENS, Just in from the ranches omired In evory style This raetsurant!» Los Angeles's Delmoaloo. "wiTusTTcULVER, of Pavilion. N. V., aays that Gllmore's Magnetic Elixir cured him of a long standing Throat and Lung trouble' C. F. HEINZEMAN, Agent, Loa Angeles. TRADE MARK. lurl* Cts. AT PBCCGIST3 AND r.KALi-IBS. '- ;IU CHARLES A. VUUELKU CO , HALTISORB* OD. j MISCELLANEOUS. "dTbmne^ SUCCESS IN CURING DISEASES, WK must In truth, say, has been most re markable. His kind and honest dealings with his patients is especially to be com mended. We take pleasure in recommend ing him as a gen lcman and physician. i'R. BENNETT has been investigating the na ture of diseases, both general aud private, for over thirty years, aud adopting the best methods of cure. And to-day he has n equal west of Chicago. So, ladles aud gentlemen, give him so early oall, and you will not be disappointed. S. R. HEAL. Ofllce— 36}4 B. Spring Et., Los ADgcles, Cal. jyB-tf. HANKINU HOUSES. First National M OF LOS ANGELES. Capital Stock tIOO.OOO Surplus *1>J5,000 E. F. BriKoa, . I ". r - - - President J. M. Elliott, Cashier ntRECTCRS: J. D. Bicknell. J F. Crank, H. Mnbury, Wm. Lacy, E. V. Spence. stockholders: Est. of A. H Wilcox, James McCoy, 0. S. Wit'ierby, F. Q. story, 1. F. Crank, A. b Lankcrshim Mrs.J X llollonbeck, Wm Lncy, v. Msbury, s H. Mott, L. H Carlton, E F. spence, J. D. Bicknell, J. M. Elliott. LOS ANGELES - COUNTY BANK, Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal. Capital Stock Paid I f. SIOO,OOO. Reserve Fund, aiOO.OOO. JOHN E, PLATER President. R.S.BAKER ....Vice-President. GEO. 11. STEWART ..Cashier. DIRECTORS. H L. MacNeii., Jotham Bixbv, John E. Plateb, I'.obkktS. Baker, John A. Paxton, Geo W. Prescott, R. M Wid.nev. goP"B0Y and Sell Exchange: On San Franc sco. New York, Loudon, Paris, Berliu and Frankfort, Exchanges on all parts of the Uulted States aud Europe. #sb» t "Receive Money on open account and certificate of deposit, and do a general banking and exchauge business. MMERS' and MERCHANTS' BANK OF LOS ANGELES. Established In 1868 Paid Up Capital aSOO.OOQ. Surplus aud Reserve Fund..S.>Oi>,(iOO. Total •100,000. Isaias W. Hellman Pr'sldent L. C. Goodwin Vice-President John Milneb Secretary board of dikectobs, Isaias W. Hellman, I John £>. Griffin, O W Cliilds. C. E. Thorn, Phil. Gamier, I J. B. Lankershlm C. Ducommun, | Jose Mascarel. CmV~ Exchange for sale on New York, London, Frankfort, Dubliu, Paris aud Ber lin. Receive depo-dts and issue their cer tificates. Buy aud sell Governments, State, County and City Bonds. Southern California National Bank, Nadeau Block. JOHN I. REDICK President 1.. N. BREED Vice-President WM. F. BOSBYSHELL Cashier Paid in Capital •100,000. Authorized Capital V 500,000. Dlrectors-L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, H. A. Barclay, Charles E Day, Alexander Pen ney, ii, M. Grahum, E «). Boshyshell. M. Hagan, Frank Rader, William F. Bosbysheli, John L Redick i?4-lf Los tingeles Savings Bank. i3-> NORTH MAIN ST. CAPITAL, s « . , $300,000 PRESIDENT L. C. GOODWIN SECRETARY. J. V. WAUHTKL Hoard of Dlrectora: uuias W. Hju.liman Joan E. Purss Rsbt. 8. Baker, Jobs A. Paxtob, L. 0. OooDwra. Term Deposits will be received In sums of on hundred dollars and over. Ordinary Deposits tn sums of ten dollars and over. Money to loan on firs:-class Real Estate. Los Angeles. July 1.1884' THE GEEAT .AUCTION SALE OF THE SIGHTLY CITY VIEW TRACT! 78 BEAUTIFUL LOTS 78 Oa Lovely Boyle Heights, AT AUCTION, MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1887, at 11 A. M. ON THE PREMISES. L UiSTCH WILL BE SERVED! By order of THE LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU, a Corporation, GEORGE W. FRINK, President. EASTON a ELDRIDGE, Auctioneers. ■ A rare chance for investment; sightly and healthy location; mountain water ; only 1 1-2 miles from business center; easy of access; take the horse cars at Temple Block, or at First and Main streets, direct to property; ten minutes' walk from the proposed Grand Union Depot of the A., T. & S. F. R. R. I^"Don't fail to look at this beautiful property. Terms easy; one-third cash, one-third in 12 months and one-third in 18 months. Interest on last payments, 8 per cent, per annum. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND CATALOGUES, INQUIRE AT Los Angeles Land Bnreau. "WWE?'! 20 WEST FIRST STREET. r2aZ5S£ Los Angeles National Bank, Cor. First and Sprint; Sts. Surplus 525,000 Capital sat.O.OOO GEO H. BONEBRAKE President. JOHN RKYSON, SR Vice-Presi'lent. F. C. HOWES Cashier. DIRECTORS. On. W. G Cochran, H. H. Markham. Perky M green John Brvs-on. Sr., Da. 11. Sinsab«pgh, F. C. Howes, George H. Bonebbake. for sale on all the princi pal cities of the Uulted States and Europe. niB Southern Headquarters JACKSON'S NAPA SODA SPRINGS! A Pure mineral Water Rottled iv its Own Gas. ANALYSIS OF THE WATER. Temperature Fahrenheit 68 dgs Residue from the evaporation of a gallon 68.76 grs Bicarbonate of Soda 13.12 Carbonate of Magnesia 96.12 Carbonate of Lime 10 83 Chloride oi Sodium 6.20 Subcarbonate of Iron 7.84 Silphate of Soda 1.84 Slllcious Acid 0.62 Alumina 0.60 TESTIMONIALS. We, the unders'gned physicians, practic ing in the city of San Francisco, have ex amined the result of tbe analysis made by Dr. L. Lanszweert, practical chemist, of the water of Napa Soda Springs of Napa. The water, according to this examination, pos sesses aperient, anti-acid aud fine tonic properties, which caunot fail to be very beneficial in the treatment of chronic dis eases and affording a pleasant, healthful aud invigorating beverage: H. M Gray. A. F. Sawyer, John F. Morse. Arthur B. Stout, William O. Ayers, H. Gibbons, Chaß. Bertody, F. A. Holman. A. J. 80-ie, J. P. Whitney, J. Fourgcaud, W. F. McNutt. 110 First Street, Nadeau Block, LOS ANGELES, CAL. fV Families Supplied at Residence. la2iJ-tf GARDE MAHONY, Agent. C a. GILMORE. BRANSON FORISKS. C. G. GILMORE & CO., BROKERS For tne Sale of Business Opportunities ——AND ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. Parties wishing to buy or sell a business that will bear a thorough investigation, are requested to call upon us, as we have special focillile. for such transactions. To the pur chase and sals of all kind* of personal property we give our close intention. A list i f choice bamalns always ou hand. We also do a general nroker ige Business. All bnsi ness intrusted to us win be transacted with promptness and dispatch. 0. G. HILMORE A CO., _ _ 39 North Sprlne street, Los Angelea. gjnF~Koom9, over People* Store fI7-l m PHILLIPS Popular Pleasure Parties for all Points East Leave Los Angeles Match 10 and It, April 14and28, Call on or aidress A. PHILLIPS &CO , 184 N. Main St,, Los Angeles, ml-lm DKNTIKTs. 1882—EST A BUS HED—IBB2, Hi. W.~WELLS, DENTAL ROOMS NO. 23 SOUTH SPRING street, Roeder Blook. Teeth extracted without paiu. Special attention paid to fllliug teeth. all Drs. C. «t Frank Stevens, Thebes set of teeth |8, on Celluloid or Rubber. Painless extraction ol Teeth by Nitrous Oxide Qaa or Vitalised Air. Fine Gold Fillings a specialty. All operations at Eastern prices and guaranteed Hootae 18 and. 19 Schumacher Block, op posite P O. Open Sundays! Rom 9to 12.. mvf.t' Nothing Surprising! I Handle Only My Own Property, A NO OFFER THE FOLLOWING, Knowing well that for years the sellers have been the losers: ■ZOOO per acre—3 acre" on rnli road. Adapted tor any bus- Incia requiring side track. ■30 per acre—36o acre- of foot hill land; the beet and highest priced fruit and reiMatll land. Two water riant* ge with she •«"*!»■ 81000 Fenced lot.l Oft. by ,2 *"'' on ocean View Aye. Ver> dcHlrabl« In views, size und position. • KOO per ncre-SO acres In the .'xi.ns.loii of seven-It M. Advanced front *'"'"„ M* acre because of «*»"*""'" development In this part •ISO P er ncic-n 1-2 »« re. »» Oj. trleh tsrni n«i Mas the n« v «"» ta s e " .Pi magnificent VI'WS. fltT water, com sm« »«lc» J low. easy ascent, and will cut un without W««eg •S3 perft.-210 ft- «'» T*JKl2.r ruiiiilng through tnMiiner S™ Haif a ...lie from busi ness center. O. M. WELLS, Room l, Law Block, Temple Street. iiB-lm mi:i»icAi.. Santa Abie, flensing; to the I'm Kilo nnd Death to a Cough. Calico, Cal.—l have had the Catarrh for five yearn and could hardly talk plain; 1 could not breathe through my nosrlfs. Your California Cat-K-Cure haa cloned out my head aud I can talk plainer no .v t tan I have for the past five years, tour medicine is all it is represented, flu »b»olutj cure ior Catarrh and cold in the head. Yours truly, OH .tans C. Ovekshinbb. Woodland, Oal—Yob*medicines are sell ing bett»r than any otbsr shell goods, and give satlsfae lon to all purchasers. The Cat-KCure is prnise.l very highly by all wbo have tried It. Acd many cases have been greatly benefited by its use when all other remedies tried have proved of uo benefit Yours truly, Pond & Lawson. FoLSOM.CaI —I used lUittc-Tlne In chronic rhenmstlsm with grent benefit, l'l-ase send a supply to J. W. Hainos, 0 not, Nov., nnd oblige yours truly, F. fi, Dt]ba NT, M. D. fsT" SANTA ABIC is only sold In large bottles nt tl: three for ti 6o Sold by all wholesale and ret'll dr'iugist". MEDIO At.. Due de Montebello Champagne FINE IMPORTED CHAMPAGNE, FOR MERLY THE PROPERTY OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS TnE "DUC D'AUMALE" AND THB PRINCE-) D'OKLEANS, OF THE ROYAL FAMILY OF FRANCE. WEYSE BROS.—TELEPHONE 11 and 3.» ft. SOLD BY THE CASE OR THE BOTTLE CALIFORNIA THE LEADING 39>North Ifla.ln Street, nr. Court. Telephonic 409. HAS THE BEST SELECTED BILL OF FARE of either Hot or Cold Eatables of auv house in the city. OYSI'KItS iv any style. Prompt attention; prices reasonable. gJtfOVEH au. Kraut ITU GU3 90HADE, fe27-lm Proprietor. Nervous Oebllll] . Seminal U ran. ■less, I Klioiisi.il Vitality, Lew manhood, and all the terrible effects of self-abuse and excesses in maturer years, such as nocturnal emissions, loss of mem ory, dimness of vision, aversion to society, Ihe vital fluid passing unobserved iv the urine, aud other symptoms that lead to In sauity and death. Young* uud middle aged men suffering from the above, should consult us at once. Cure (Guar anteed in all Cases. Consulta tion free. Chemical analysis, including thorough microscopic examination of the urine, $5. An honest opinion givon in all eases. We furnish The Urcat I'.ngllsli Kennedy, Mr Aatlcy Cooper's Vi tal Keslorut Ire at $3 a bottle or four times the quantity, *10. SAIIIPI.E I-OTTM-: FREE to any one stating symptoms, sex aud age. Address KMUI.tKH mi'OUJAI. DIM PKNsAItY.No.iI Kearny Street, sau Francisco. Cal. d 4 f fIQT VfmViJPQ AND sexual iiUOl r\tWrii>\ WEAKNEBSIES, lowcver iultiVKa not ouly relieved but PKRMANBNTLr IITJRKD without raedi •imc IT COSTS NOTHINO tosend for partlcvlars, which we will forward free in soaled envelope on application. Dou'i "nisa this opportunity. Address, M. K. A. fio 1267 Broadway, T TWTV »r» VnrV rfltV. ANSON HOUGH, of Blaokberry, 111., says he owes his life to Ollmorn a Magnetic Elix ir. Try it. For sale by C. F. Heluzemau, 1 agent, Los Angeles. ' fIUSDICAI.. cal r a^l^ile. The Only Uuurniitoed Cure for Catarrh, Colds In the Head, Hay Fever, Kose ("o'd, Catarrhal Deaf ness and Sore Eyes. Restores the sense ol taste and smell, removes bsrt taste aud un pleasant brenlh, result Iron'Cntnrrh. Easy and plea.ss.nt to u>e. Follow directions and a cure Is warran'ed. Scud forclrcular to ABIETINK MEDICAL CO , „, „ ._ Orovllle.Cal. Six Months' Treatment by .Mail $1.10. SANTA ABIE aiT CAM-CURE! sW**BoW by 0. B, HANCE, 77 an-. H Nortn Hnrlng street. «W~M. A. NEWMAKK & CO.. Wholesale Pepot. mr is iy ■ society NOiiiL's. i - ' "' ■■ " ' SIGNET CHAPTER HO. 57, R. A. M., Meets statedly on the first Thursday a o. each month, at 7:15 p. M., at Ma- M . sonic Hall, McDonald Block. So-vy' ourningC impauions In good stand- , ng cordially invited. ~ v J. H. MARTIN, H. P. 1 R. T. MULLARD, Secretary. American Legion of Honor. Safety Council No. 664 meets second aud fourth Thursday evenings of each month at their Hall, "Evening Express" Bulldtug, Sojourning Companions lv good standing are cordially invited. W. T. BARNETT, Commander. GEO. W. KNOX, Secretary. Stanton Post, O. A. R, Meets every Friday evening at Masonic Hall. 8. Spring St. Visiting comrades cordially invited. J. M. GUINN, Post Commander. S. C. SYMONDS, Adjutant. Je27 lm Loa Angelea Council No. 11, Royal and Selec Masters, P. & A. M. Holm Its stated assemblies on tho 4th Mon day of eaoh month at Maeonlo nail, at 7 80 r. «. Sojourning Companions In good standing are fraternally Invited to attend, uy ordej the Th;. 111;. J. K. B. Bbll, Recorder K. OF P. Trl-Color Lodge N0.96 meets every Friday evening in Pythian Castle. Ai Z \ No. 24 Spring) treet. Iff&M Sojourning Knights Invited. Gsw*£r7 H. T. PAYNE 0. C. 'sSSy .SAAC B. SMITH, K. of R. and S. nQy7-ryr LOS ANGELES LODGE 65, A. sj. U. W. Regular meetings of the above Lodge are held every Wednesday evening at A. O. U. WeHall, Childs' bulldiug, Main street. Viaiting brethercn oordially Invited. CHAS H. WHITE, M. W. WALTER DKVEKAUX, Recorder. fajjj lyr Knlghta Templar. Corcm Di Lioa Cok m indsry no. 9, X: - T: - Holds its stated oonclavee at tbe asylum In Ma sonic Hall, on the Third THURSDAY of each month, at 7j o'clock p. a. Sojourning Knlghta Templars in good standing are cordially Invited to attend. By order ot the If: • 0 ■ • R. T. MULLARD, Recorder. Los Angeles Lodge No. 36, L 0. 0. P REGULAR MEETING hold on m 9r Wednesday evening of eaoh week at 7:80 o'clock. Sojourning brethren in good standing are cordially invited. H. H. CRAWFORD, N. G. Ed. F. Pbaiso, R. S. Jy2S Los Angeles Chapter No. 33, B:- A> M> 113 U.ed eon vocations on second MONDAY of each month, 7, r. m., at Maeonlo Hall, Spring St Sojourning companions In good standing fra ternally invited By order of O. F. MoLELLAN, H. I,'J.P CpriDV. Secretary. SB wo cordially recommend T -^ a "as^ a f yourU m thebest remedy Cur.iln snuwn lv usr.rGonorrli.ra AVI tiisiiaTß.V And Gleet. aWOc.raater.l not i.B We have sotd consider. gTM cauaoSlrlolure. " nMe. and In every case, it ■SI , has given SAtiifacticn. Ks| M r d ont, by to, AISISS A LUt, Xfmt™ lluJson . N , Y . Clnclnnatl.s^PJßß Oala. jfWM j Sold by DruggltU. w \ Pnce ei.oo. WHY WILL YOU Sl'sFElt from Ague and Malaria when Gllmore's Aromatic Wine will cure yon.—C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Lee Au geles.