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Herald a few days sines as going for ward, the Alhambra and Pasadena rail way was omitted. This vow road is in the handsofG. B. Adams, A. E. Pomeroy, I A. C. Weeks, F. Q. Story, M. Goff aud Stephen Townsend. CEMENT SIDEWALKS. Work has been begun on the construc tion of cement sidewnlki from tbe reser voir on Orange Grove avenue to tho Ray. mond. This most admirable volunteer movement to make three miles of cement 1 sidewalk in a little town ought to put to shame tbe wealthy mm of Los Angeles who still refuse to lay a side walk or pave a street. THE SKWSrAPEUS. Tbe Pasadena Union, now three years old, is the oldest uewspaper in Pasa dena, published aud ably edited by J. E. Clarke. It is au eight-column four-page sheet, frequently expanding to an eight page paper. The Pasadena daily and weekly Star, published by H. J. Vail, is a bright, progressive, newsy sheet.ably conducted and well-filled with local matter. Both papers are a credit to the town, and seem to be very prosperous. Tho churches of Pa-adena are very numerous, and the new edifices now be ing completed are beanftiful and costly. Among them are the Methodist Episco pal, Congregational, Baptist, Quaker, Unitarian, Universalis, Episcopal, Roman Catholic, and Presbyteiiin. All of these have not yet erected church edifices, but are preparing to d) so nt au early day. t The Pasadenans are progressive in the superlative degree. Progress of Pasadena in the Past Year. OVKS SIX MILLION DOLLARS. Expenditures of Capital in the Crown of the Valley in a Twelvemonth. Probably no part of the American con- Uncut has bad a more active and im portant improvement during the past year than Pasadena. Withiu twelve months not less than $6,000,000 bave been expended in this little settlement in the purchase of lands, lumber, brick, lime, hardware, street railway iron and oars, grading of streets, erection of houses, inakiuß of sidewalks, building of large lumber manufactories, the erec tion of gas works, a great fruit storage warehouse, a fruit cannery, and tho erection and completion of a half doz.n hotels, the construction cf six street rail ways and the establishment of two banks and the erection of a new posiottite building, three churches and the finest and best arranged public school build ing in the State. BANKS OK PASADENA. The First National Bank, with a capi tal stock of §100,000, P. M. Green, Pros ident, J. E. Paruum, Cashier, had on Decembsr 1, 188b, resources, $084, --012.49, and individual deposits, |OM, -bl4 47. It is doing an immense and profitable business. The San (iabriel Valley Bank was established May '2'i, 1880. Its orig inal officers were Frauk M. Ward, of the well-kn,wn firm of Ward Bros., ai President, Alonzo Tower, Vice- President and 11. W. Bates, as Cashier. The capital was $50,000. The first Di rectors were Frauk M. Ward, J. O. Miller, C. S. Martin, Alonzo Tower, Byron VV. Bates, VV. R. K. Ward, Ly man A.Craig. This bank occupied a room in tho Ward Bros. Block fitted up spec ially for it. Alter establishing a good business, several leading capitalists and business men became interested in this institution, and October 1, 18S6, a re organization was effected, Mr. Ward having resigned sometime previous, on leaving for Europe for his health. Uuder the new organization the olti cers are H. W. Mugee, President; J. W. liugus, Vice-President, aud B. W. Bates cashier. The principal stockhol ders are H. W. Magee, J. W. Hugus, B W. Bates, C. T. Hopkins, Q 0. Brown, C. S. Martin, G. K. Hehurry, R. Williams, J. VV. Wood, VV. O. Swau, Jr., li. K. Janes and A. J, Wallace. Tbu statement of the bank made January 1, 1887, shows remarkable prosperity. 1» show i resources of $192, --090.02 aud individual deposits of $161-, 774.76. The bank is ulso buildiug a handsome block of three stories ou the corner of Kast Colorado street and Fair Oaks avenue, the first floor of which it will occupy iv a few days. The Pusadena National Bank is the youngest aud oue of the most prosper ous banks of that city. It was organ, ized February 15, 18S0, but did uot open its doors for business until October, 1880. It occupies roums in the Bzohatun Kink, specially fitted up for its use. These are elegant and complete in all oeparlmeuts, beiug equal iv all respects to most metropolitan institutions. The offi cers are I. W. Hellman, President; E. F. Spence, Vice-President, and G. A. Swartwout, Ca-hier. The first named gentlemen are Presidents respec tively of the Farmers' and Merchants' and First National Banks of Los Angeles. Their eminence in the financial circles of Southern California are too well known to require any exteuded mention. The active management of the bank devolves upon Mr. Swartwout. After ouly four mouths in business this bank has tie posits aggregating over §140,000. Its capital is 550,000, all paid up. The di rectors are I. VV. Hellmau, E. F. Spence, Win. Converse, C. H. Converse and G. A. Swartwout. Another bauk is to be started by Hou. Casper T. Hopkins, formerly President of tue California Insurance Compauy, of Sau Fraucisco, but for the past six years a resident of Pasadena. He is erecting a large, massive brick building fir his banking business on Fair Oaks avenue, a few doers north of Colorado st.eet. It will be completed in a few weeks. The First National Bank is finishing the most ornamental buildiug in the city on the northeast corner of Colorado street and Fair O.ik* avenue. It is of brick, with solid granite front, three stories high, surmounted by a dome. All the outside ornamental work is of gal vanized iron. The Sau Gabriel Valley Bank will soon com pi te a massive building for its use ou the southeast corner of Fair Oaks avenue and Colorado street. The struc ture is of granite and brick. These three buildings will be a great ornament and an honor to the city of Pasadena. Tho deposits in the bunks of thecity cow amount to over a $1,000,000, and show what may be expec.td in the accumulation of weilth in this delightful and prosperous town. THE HOTELS OF PASADKN'A, In the number of hotels Pasadena ex cels all the suburban towns of Los An geles. Within a few months the great Raymond Hotel, the pride of Southeia California, and the largest on the Pacific Coast, outside of Sau Francisco, has been completed. In all its appointments it is second to none in the United State;, while i's commanding situation is the admiration of everybody. Since the opening of this great, grand hotel, No ■vembtr 17, 1886, it has received aud en tertained 25,000 guests. The new and elegant Civrleton was opened January 4, 1887. It was Ihe re sult of the great energy and taste of General Edwin Ward, in connection with E. C. Webster, G. A. Swartwout, A. Cruickshank and R. Little. This gem of a hotel is one of tbe most admirably furuished in the State. Mr. E. VV. Root, of the Grand Central in New York, is the manager, and with his trained and skilled vspteis irom that hotel, con ducts it in a model manner. His family tables, with spirit-heated coffee-urns, arc a luxury to those who linger at break fast and enjoy fresh, fragrant Java to their heart's content. At tbe Grand Hotel, Will Beach, the manager, gives a most cosy, homelike entertainment, and is never weary in welldoing. H9 is everywhere present, has excellent accommodations for guests and always n full larder of good things. Tho list ot hotels is long, and besides tbe Raymond, tho Carlton and the Grand, the Los Angeles, the Arroyo Vista, Carmelite, Chicago Lawn, Crown Villa, Pasadena Villa, Pasadena House, Nevada House, Charter Ouk House, Olivewood House, Starr Hotel, Marengo Hall, and Boston Restaurant, are pleas ant private hotels and boarding-houses. At South Pasadena are the Hermosa Vista nnd South Pasadena Hotol. The latter is a large, beautiful hotel, not quite completed, but will be in a few days. It is situatod southeast of tbe Raymond, a few steps from tbe track of the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley Railway. In addition lo the important railway movement in Pasadena, published in the The Western Settler's Chosen Specific. With every advauce of emigration into the far West a new demand is created for If listener's Stomach Bitters. Newly peopled regions are frequently less salubrious than older settled localities, on account of the miasma which rises from recently cleared land, particularly along the banks of rivers that are sublect to freshets The agricultu ral or mining em g'aut soon learns, when he does not already know, that the Bitters afford the only sure protection against ma laria, and those disorders of tbe stomach, liver aud bowels to which cllnnte changes, exposure and unaccustomed or unhealthy waieror diet subject him. Consequently, he places an estimate upon this great house hold specific nud preventive commensurate with its intrinsic merls, and is careful to keep on hand a restorative and promoter of health so implicitly to be relied upou iv time of need. Now sine Faltb. I had been troubled all winter with cold and pain in the chest and got no relief from remedies recommended by drugiists and physicians. At the same time I was adver tising Dr. Bosanko's cough snd lung syrup. I had little faith, but thought to try it as a last resort, now I believe even more than they tell me of l's curative qualities.—From the News, Eltzabetluown, Ky. Sample bot tle 5 cents at C. F. Hetnxemau's. Dr. («unn'a Improved Liver Pllle Removes Constipation, prevents Mslarla cures Dyspepsia, aud gives new life to the system. Only one for a dose. Free sam ples at c. f Selnstmaa's. WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint? Hhiloh's VUallser 13 guaranteed to cure you. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles. All respectable dealers keep Dam'ana Bit ters. Michel Levy & Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. BLEEPLES3 NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough. ShUoh's Cure is the remedy for you. C. F. Heluzemau, agent, Los Angeles. NERVE-LIFE AND VIGOR restored in men and women by using i.llmoie's Aro matic Wine. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Lob Angeles. WILLIS L. CULVER, of Pavilion, N. V., says that Gilmore's Maguetic Elixir cured him of a long standing Throat and Lung treuble' C. F. HEINZEMAN, Ageut, Los Angeles. SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure Is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Con sumption. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An geles. If y uwanta good appetite drink Demi ana Bitters Michel Levy & Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. MR. A. HIGGIN3, of Wyoming, N. V., says he had tne piles for nearly 40 years, and was cured by using Gilmore's Pile Specific—C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An geles. Damiana Bitters regulate tne stomach Michel Levy <St Co., wholesale liquor deal ers, agents.' DX. FREELAND, of tbe M. E. Church, says that two bottles of Gilmore's Ar .matte Wine cured his wife of Nervous Debility and Sleeplessness For sale by C. F. Heinze man, agent, Los Angeles. Damiana Bitters makes the old young and tho weak strong and healthy. M. Levy & Co., wholesale liquor doalers. agents CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron chitis Immediately relieved by .ShUoh's Cure. C. F. Heluzemau, agent, Los Augeles. WALTER N. HAWLEY & CO., BUCKEYE MOWERS, mmX urn Win!i scales, Rope, Nails, Etc., TSTos. 58, 60 and 62 ISTorth Los A.ngeles Street, Los .Angeles, California. Perkins Windmill, Light-Running, Durable, Storm-Proof SCHUTTLER WAGONS, ) LANSING BUGGIES, j Racine Express Wagons, ) Coldwater and Petaluma Carts Superior to All. ) Elegant nnd Durable. (made Specially for this Ularlet.) for Speeding Breaking, Etc. ALL KIISTDS OF BEST STEEL FENCING WIRE. Parties Wishing Something Fine in the Carriage or Buggy Line WILL FIND THE MOST ELABORATE DISPLAY OF VEHICLES EVER EXHIBITED IN CALIFORNIA, NOT EXCEPTING THE Immense repositories of San Francisco. We havo now on hand a full line of OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES all the LATEST BTYLEB,'from a 800-pound top buggr do .vn to a top buggy that weight only 180 pounds. We have also MINIATURE OR PONY PHAETONS, TWO-SEATED CARRIAGES AND PONY <^^^^^^^ RUSSIAN CANOPY SURRIES, EXTENSION-TOP MIKADO SURRIES, SAXONY CANOPY CARRIAGES, and these m is are the very latest styles and are strictly A GRADE in every respect and are built by the celebrated firm of E. A. B IBCOCK A Co., OF AMESBURY . MASS. We now occupy both the Old Armory Ball and large store underneath. J. F. Davis & Son Carriage Repository, Kll-lOt NORTH LOS ANUELES STIEET, CORNER LOS ANGELES AND RECtEENA STREETS. d 23 Sm 811-Th PACIFIC WAGON COMPANYI sure. C^KCts. PROMPT. mwifmfP AT DBUOSrSTI AM> DEAI.tUIS. -ar. cuAaLia a. iouklku n, uai.ti.uom;, tux, LAN DS In Central California, for sale by Edwin K. Alsip & Co., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, No. 1015 Fourth Street, Sacramento. No. 214—Eighty acres of land ln Nevada county at 115 per acre; ten acres cleared; partly under fence: two living springs of water; a small dwelling; will exchange for city property. No. 215—For 83500; 160 acres of land two aud a half miles northeast of Folsom: seven acres ln vineyard, seven acres ln alfalfa; all fenced and tillable; fifty acres cleared; dwelling, birn, etc. No. 216—Eighty acres of good fruit land near Newcastle, Placer couuty, for 15000; all situated so as to be Irrigated from ditch; all fenced; fifteen acres orchard, twelve acres in berries, three acres In alfalfa; peaches raised ou this place took first pre mlum at Stato Fair ln 188K, No. 217—Forty sores of good grain or fruit laud at 1150 per acre, near Brighton, Sacra mento county; will be sold ln len-acie tracts; would give about three acres of alfalfa land to each piece No. 202—Seven thousand dollars; forty acres of fine fruit laud near Newcastle, Placer county; two and a half acres in table grapes; twenty-five acres In fruit from 8 to 7 years old; three acres lv berries; two and ahalf acres in alfalfa; plenty of timber for family use; soil is of a dark, sandy loam and highly productive; dwelling has five rooms, cost Strict); good barn with sheds ou both sides; good wells and pumps; this is a fine farm anil ought to find ready sale. No. 133—Ten thousand dollars; for thirty acres of fruit laud ln the well-known Win ters region; three acres ia vineyard, flfteeu acres lv orchard, half an aero berries, two acres alfalfa, besides forty-four orange trees, two Japanese persimmon trees; all fenced aud cross-fenced Into three fields; twodwei Ings, one large stable, one barn, one granary; the dwelllug Is surrounded by a yard filled with oholce shrubbery, which, in case oi need, can bo easily watered Irom hydrants conveniently looated in different parts of the yard: there hre two large wind mills, two tanks and tankhoiue, and all necessary outbuildings; the climate is good and well adapted to fruits; scale, codlln moth and other irult pests are unknown. No. 182 —Ten dollars per acre; 276 acres uulmproved land seven miles from Latrobe, near Michigan Bar, Sacramento county; nearly all tillable. /rajT-fiend for our Catalogue of Lands, or cull for It at Northern California Agency, No. 263 Main street, Los Angeles. EDWIN K. ALSIP & CO., flaorsmrjnto. THE GREATEST ATTRACTION YET OFFERED In the way of a Desirable Real Estate investment and for BEAUTIFUL VILLA HOMES A3 WELL A3 FOR BUBINES3, 18 The New Town of v Ramona." MR. J. DkBAKTH 811088, PRESIDENT OF THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY COMPANY, has subdivided and put upou the market five hundred acres of as choice land as there is ln Southern California, situated on tho Southern Pacific Railroad, south of and adjoining Shorb's Bt«tion, only six miles from the city of Los Augeles and being the first station east. Six Express Trains Dally. Location for Healthfuluess, Climate, Productive ness of Soil and Beautiful Scenery is unsurpassed. It Is well sheltered by the beautiful foothills surrounding it; is in lull view of and ouly four miles from "THE RAYMOND," the finest hotel In Southern California, and three miles from South Pasadena. The character of TUE SOIL IS ALLUVIAL, VERY UK 11, AND EASILY CULTIVATED. The rainfall is greater than In many portions of the valley, and the soil retains the moisture, and the growth of vegetation, trees and vines is wonderful. It is adapted to ORANQES and LEMONS, being well sheltered and free from fog and frost. Vineyards do exceedingly well, as has been demonstrated, as also all kinds of deciduous fruit" It adjoins the Alhambra tract, whloh ia highly Improved, as also the San Gabriel Wine Company's large vineyard; is very accessible to tho city, and with greater railroad facili ties now under contemplation, cheap and rapid transit, one can attend to business in the city and at the same timo have A DELIGHTFUL HOME. Tbe Water Is Supplied front a Private and I'ndlsputable Source, Aud is of tho purest quality. It will be piped through the principal streets o/ the town, so each and every one can have au abundant supply at all times. It is the determina tion of the President of the oompany to place this property on the market at very attractive prices and on reasonable terms of payment, much less, considering Its many advantages and surroundings, than any like property ln tho valley. The tract Is subdi vided inte lota and blocks of all sites, so any one can be suited, and those who desire to avail themselves of an opportunity for an investment this is a splendid chauce, and those who select early will have a deolded advantage as to location and prices. gmj~V" T maps and lull particulars, call on or address L. W. DENNIS, Agent, BAKES BLOCK (first floor), LOS ANGELES. Or J. M. TIERNAN, m - - Shorb's Station LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 14. 1887. LOS ANGELES PIPE MANUFACTORY. 100,000 Feet S in. Pipe, black or dipped, FOR SALE BY JT. ID. HOOKER OCX, MANUFACTURERS OF WEOUGHT IRON WATER AND WELL PIPE. WORKS, San Fernando and Railroad Sts., and Magdalena Aye., Los Angeles. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. TOWN SITES PIPED. NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN. BREECH-LOADING SHOTGUNS, Just received from Europe. The fluent stock of tlie beet makers in the world, sod at prices which we defy compe tition on the Pacific Coast. Double Barrel Breech-Loa/Ung Shotguns from $14 up to 8350 e.-.ch. All guns guarsn'eed. Also, a full line of Rifles, Pistols, Gun Material and Ammunition of all descriptions, American and English. Repairing of the finest class and chockboring a specialty. Sportsmen's Headquarters, 111 Main St. slfttf If. SLOTTGRKECK. t al.. a splendid lot of Norman Horses i ust imported from France; the best lot ever brought to the coast Intending purchasers will save money by calllnv on or addressing H. WILSEY, or JAS. A. PERRY, Proprietor, Petaluma, Cal. Send for catalogue. 26-d<fcw'm I»VF, WdllKS. CIITY STEAM DYING AND CLEANING ) Works have removed their office from 140 South Spring street, to it Third street, bectwen Main and SpriDg. Dye works No. 86 m mi Los Ar geles street. Dyeing and Cleaning of every kind of ladles' and gent's clothing, crape, shawls, silk and lace, kid gloves and shoes, flannels and ribbons, velvet, fur and feathers, made equal to new. Silk and party dresses n specialty. I take this opportunity to thank my custom ers and solicit their continued patronage. ml'2-tf A. LOR RAIN. /GERMAN STEAM DYE WORKS—LADIES |T and gents' clothing cleaned aid dyed. Cleaning of flannel undeiclothlcg, etc., without shrinkage or smell, a specialty. GEO. BOEKIIOFF A CO.. 123 South Main street, opposite cathedral, Los Angeles. feb.B tf PARISIAN STEAM DYKING AND CLEAN- Ing Works. Dyeing nnd cleaning of ev ery description. Ladles' dresses dyed with out ripping. Kid Gloves, Flannels, Ribbons and Blankets made to look like now. Ofiiee: 111 South Spring street. Dye Works: Cor ner New High aud Bellevue avenue. 02 * J. VOLLKT. Proprietor. LOS ANGELES STEAM DYEING AND Cleaning Company. Office—Corner of Main aud Arcadia streets, opposite Wells, Fargo A Co. Dyeing and cleaning of every description of ladies' and gents' clothing. Orders taken and delivered. Send postal card. Telephone No. 227. Branch corner Main and Second stre, q;b. t Mjtf j",i M J:L*. AWQPIBR ' M»nagfef. ARCHITECrr^ W O. MEKITHEW. GKP. F. I'.CSTERISAN. COSTERISAN A MERITHEW, ARCHl tects and Sanitary Engineers, 31 South Main street. Rooms 4 and 6, Mott's Block, I. Os Angeles. California. fl3-tf AC. LUTGENB—ARCHI'IECT|-MAX . well Building, corner Court and Main streets. au2o CHAS. L BTRAXOB. FERD C GOTTSCHALK. QTRAf-GE A GOTIMCHALK—AKCHI- O tects. Offices, Nos. 44 South Spring street Rooms 8 and 4, aud 22 West first street, Rooms 12 aud 13, Los Angeles, Cal. P. O. Box 614. Telephone 97. H. GOFF, ARCHITECT, 43 TEMPLE • st. Formerly of Toronto. d! 5 3m B. YOUNG—ARCHITECT ANDSCPER" . Intendeut. Ofiiee, Rooms 18 and 19, Roeder Block. Jy2o tf KYBOR, MORGAN A WALLS—ARC HI - tects, rooms 1,1 and 8, No. 36 South Spring St. Los Aneelos*Cal. oeB-tf B REEVE—ARCHITFCT AND BUR . veyor. Room 10, Phillips Block, Main street. Residence West Washington street, Los Angeles, Gal. Twenty-two years' experience. au4-tf EXCEReitINS. J. DANISON i CO., EXCURSION ■ East via Salt Lake. March 10 and 24, April 7 and 65 North Spring St. fe26-lm T'IoLET'B NEXT EXCURSION EAST, VIA New ork-.it s, Wedncoay, March 16th. Offloe, 253 North Main street, or at South ern Pacific Ticket office. m 4. M. WALTER'S EXCURSIONS GOING . East, leave Los Augeles March 1. 15 and 29. Office, Pico House. sepl2tf POWELL'S NEXT EXCURSION EAST March 16,1887. Office, Pico House corner. lajjtj WARNER BROS. A CROBBY. OF 382 No'th Malu street, Los Angeles, Ex cursions East and West at lowest rates, and Sleasant accommodation. Call on or ad ress them for pa) tlcnlars and rates. LAI MDIIILK. STEAM Laundry—WALL A street, near corner Seventh. Tele phono No. 367. our wagor.s oall for and de liver washing ln all parts of the city. All orders promptly attended to. Only white labor employed. aufi-tf fcrraPI,OVITIEWTIBIJREAPB. #t lT 5 k? L ? V ¥ ENT om«K, p.. R_rS-| Ji|gLr*< Tloket Broker and Real Et-__ tate Agent Property sold on Instruments K. NITTINGER, removed to loS»T Spring Telephone lit. Residence Fifth ana^Hcja, sajflmi i ■ i' ' I'Yiiaf i iisT^iTsaj^ TIMEN SPRING VEHICLES. OTEB 400,000 IN USE. Easiest riding vehicle made. Rides as easy with one person as two. The springs lengthen and shorten sccoidlng to the weight they carry. Equally well adapted to rough country roads ana fine drives cities. Manufactured nud sold byallli ng carriage builders and dealers. feblO a * new life into the Antinnated Horse I For the last 14 years the H. H. H. Horse Liniment has been the leading remedy among Farmers and Stockmen for the cure of Sprains. Bruises, Stiff Joints,' fipavins, Windfalls, etc.. and for Family Uso is without an equal for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Aches, Pains, Praises, ('uta and Sprains of all characters. Tho H. H. H. Liniment has many imita tions, and we caution the Pnbllo to see that the Trade Mark "H H. H." is on every Bottle before purchasing. Fer sale evnrvwhere tor 60 cents and (1.00 per Bottle. 0 H HANCE, wholesale and retail Dru'nlst and Manufacturing Pharmacist, u„, 77 and 79 North Spriug street. Tele phoneNo.ee. P.O. 80x2104. To Balers, confectioners, Hotels, etc. Tf YOU WANT ANY BAKER, PASTRY I cook or confectioner, address the BAKERS' UNION, No. 45, PostofHce box 1069, or call at JACOB RE CSC H, 109 South I Spring street, Kotter't Bakery. oil ly 3 MIBCEI.I.A*EOt7B. LITHOGRAPHIC - : ESTABLISHHEST — fob — Southern California. £»»"• PATRONIZE A NEW AND HONS ENTERPRISE. Lithographic work executed In the latest styles aud at leaaonable prices. DESIQNH FURNISHED OH ArrUCATIOH. Correspondence solicited. Before ordering elsewhere und ior ff mates and information by apply Ing to Ita* Los Angeles Lithographic Co. OKI -'ICE: Times-Mirror Co.— Telephone at*. 29, Los Angeles. Tn. Bessikg, Formerly Manager of tb* Merchants' Lithograph, Co.. K. C. Theo. A. Schmidt, Formerly Head DeL amd r.ngr. for the Schmidt Label * Lltho. Co., Sau Fraucisco. fU-lsa iTiikNiciANs. TARS. DARLING A MURPHY—OCUidSrHI If and Burista. Office 120 North airect. Orttce Hours—s a. at. to 4 r. at.: t to s p. ». onm-ddnrtf DR. B. F. KIERULFF, SPECIALIST M treating diseases of tbe Eye, Ear aad Throat. Lyes scientifically tested lor glasses. Office, 132 North M»in street, near j-os Angeles Savings Bank Honrs, from • a. m. to 5 r. h. Residence, 840 Tempi* street. fnVasa Wm. Harrison J. T. MoMAjr. DRS. riAhUISON A MORGAN —OFrfCBI 2i and 26, Schumacher Block. UOUU —9 to 12 A. M., 2to Sr. M. Dr. Morgan's res idence, HN. Italy street. Dr. Harrison's residence, 14 West Seventh street. fMst E. GRKdUAM, M. D , NO. 76 NOnTK . Spring street. Los Angelea. jl4 sen I kit. J. H. DAVISSON—OFFICK AMD U reeldenee 82% South Spring street, not TURNER, M. D.-OFFICB AND MXSt . dence—BlN. Main street. Los Angel—. DR. JOSEPH KURTZ—NO. 26* KADT street, opposite the Bakerßiock. TIR. E. C. MANM G. OFFICE AMD U8- If Idence 37 South Fort street. Office hoaza —9 to 11 a. m. 2to 4r. M. Telephone 2*3. ELIZABETH A. FOLLANSBKE, H. D.— office and residence 240 Booth Vast street Ofllce honrs—B to 10 a. n. aad 4to 6r.n. Jr/M ROSE TALLBOTT, M. 1). -OFFICE tit Bouth Fort street (with Dr. Follsnthoa.) omoe hours, 10 to 12 a. a. llssldsneo. li Ninth street- oiaif RS. M. P. bAWTKILE, M. D.—rHYstt clan and Surgeon. Offlee honrs, tain 12 a. h. and 2 to 4 p. a. Maxwell Bleak corner Court snd Main streets. Boom a dalsa* MILLS BOAL, M. D.—B9 NOstTK . Spring street (over People's Store). Hours—lo to 12,1 to 3,6 to 7:30. Residence. 847 Hill street, two doors from Fifth street. Telephone No. 135. 0c24 CE. CLACICS, M. D. - PHYSICIAN AND . surgeon, office 75 North Spring street, rooms 17 and 18. Honrs from 11 a. say to 2 p. m. Specialty—Skin aud sexual das eases and chronic diseases ln general a7-tf MRS. DR. MINNIE WELLS—FIBST LAST licentiate of Kentucky. Specialty: Diseases of w(m.-u and children; also, fa connection with her practice, Elsetrio Thermal Baths. 341 Sspring street.. al7tf JEAN TIFT-HILTON, M. I).—OFFICE AND residence 342 S juth Mala street. OSes uours 10 to li a M. and 2 to 4 p M, m»-tf DR. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OsT women a specialty. Rectal disease* treated by the Briukerhoff Painless Bfß lem. Hours—9 A. a. to 4p. m. Offloe*— Comer of Spriug and Second streets, Ms 4 lenbeck Block. sssjotf DR. M. HILTON WILLIAMS-275 NORTH Main street (opposite Wells, rsrgo dt Co's Express Office.) Specialty—dlseatoa oi the bead, throat aud chest, together with tbe eye, ear and heart. Offloe Bonn, from 9:30 a. a. to 4 c. M. SOldS DR. DE SZIGETHY — OFFICE, riCHU macber Block, opposite roslofsea. rooms 20 and 21. Office hours, 12 stole. H. Residence rearl street, corner ol Ninth. Office hours at residence, to 9 a s.;)lol p.m. Telephone No. 169 at offlee and real dence. jaaStf CHARLES W. BRYSON,M. D., PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. gWf*Gives special atten to tbe "Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women." Otiice iv Solomon Block, Mo. 41 Ji South Spring street, between First and Second streets, room 1 and 2. Offlee hours irom 8 a H. to 12 M., 2 to 5, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence William street, between Eleventh and Twelfth. DR. I. E. COHN—LATE SUPERINTEND ing Surgeon Northern Pacific Rail road, Physician aud Surgeon. Optica Houas—to to 12 A. H., 2to4r. «. Omen—3d N. Spring St., Rooms 8, 9 and 10. Resdene*. Makara House, Main bl, between Third and Fourth. Telephone SM Day aad night calls attended to. sttU .SPL(JAI.I<iTS. MADAME C. A.NTOMA, M. D., BUSINESS aud Medical Clairvoyant, will remain iv Loa Angelea uuta the end ol tha mouth; sixteen years of large prac tice in San Francisco; correct diag nusls and sure, careful treatment ot all dis eases. Ladies and gentlemen can eonsntt her on all aud every affair of life, specula tion, mines, ores, etc., m South Malu street, opposite Cathedral, from 11 A. K. to 9 F. H> Diseases of women and chronic diseaaea a specialty. English, French and German spoken. ,mrl2toapl AF. BIGFOKD, DIVISE HEALER. , Cures hopeless ctses of consumption uud hemorrhages, restores the paralysed aud cures rheumatism and all manner of acute aud chronic diseases. The science of self-cure taught to patients free, so they may always be well and have uj more doe t r bills to pay. Ofllce—Room », No. 11 West First street sjfj-lm M oo (JUOLEV, MtlAl-nIf»ICLA«, £10 B. Spriug street, Room 1, from 1 to 4 r. m. sopTtf MRS. EMMA S. HILL. TEACHER OT Metaphysical Science or Christian healing, 11 DeLacy street, Pasadena. Honrs 1 to 4 v. m. f«7tl DR. A. E. Da CAILHOL, ACCOUCHEUR, and Surgeon. Office and residence 307 Temple street When desired, lady patients are boarded during treatment of diseases peculiar to their sex. toS-tl MRS. C. E. BOIJiIOaY HAS REMOVED to her resldeuce, 115 Bellevue avenue, and male a specialty of Ladles wishing to be cwea ior osa M ac commodated at her hovise. * Jau * ,W *W.»» be found at home. HOMffiOPATRI BTS. Q 8. SALISBURY, M D., HOMOKPATHIC O. Physician and Surgeon. Otiice, for the present, at residence, 538 Pearl st'eet Hours, 'J to 12 a. H., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 r st Telenhene 677. jalS-tf JULIA F. BUTTON, M. DT="oFFI'JK hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 4. 7to 8. Offlee. 41 South Spring street. dltt-tf. I" SAAC FELLOWS, M. D.—Ht>MlE . aTJI lst Office Hours-11 to 12 A. IL, 3to 5 r. St. Office—Nos. 8 and 6 Odd Fellows Building. Loa Angeles, Cal. Residence, 408 South Main street jlrO 171 A. CLARKE, M. D.—OFFICE AND li. residence. No. 84 South Spring street, Los Augeles. Office Hours— li to 13 A. n.. 3 to 5 r. v. Telephone No. 868 Utt DR. A. E. WHEELER—Ui'MtEOAABIBT Office and residence 21 South Fort street Houas—lo to 8 and evenings. Telephone No. 46. jyld M FERNANDEZ. M. D — UOMUCPATHIBT , Off'ce and residence Wilson Block, 34 West First street, betweeu Main and B|»ilsm streets, rooms Not. 10 and 11. Hours—lB A. M, to 12 m.; 2to 4 r.M. A specialty ol blood diseases. sepMtf AS. SHORB, M. D. iIoMcaoPATHJBT. . Office 182 North Main street, Btas carel Block; residence 173 Spring sliest Los Angeles. Office hours 11 to 12C. at, Ito 4 r. M. Telephoue Nos.—Residence, 81; office. 27fi. ilTla IkNUIKKKKS AND M HVEVOaU. F. McCLURK, CIVIL ENGINKKJg . and Surveyor, U. 8. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. 134 North Main street, Loa An geles, Cal. Telephone No. 95. au* ly ATTOKNItiV*. MO RTIM E R~A~H A R RIB~ AfTORWSYgt nt Law and Counsellors, Rooms 78aad 78a, Temple Block, Los Angeies. Kask Harris (BarrUter-at Law, late of Tomato. Canada); C.W.Mortimer. mtT P. P. HATOH, J. M ROMS BAIT BROS3EAU A HATCH, ATTORNEYS AMD t ounsellors at Law. Nos. 31.81 and 08 Baker Block, Los Angeles, Cal. MAX LOEWKNTHAL, ATTORNEY AND Counselor at Law. German Is lis Boos spoken. Room 14 Bumlller Block ImjßZ geles. Oil. anSM Hksry n. Ga low at, AttorneT-aA-l^W — Chas. W. Chase. GALLOWAY A CHASE, EXAMINERS OB> i Titles andfjonveyancers. RoomAAllosa. Block. Los Angeles. CaJ GtumK Johnstok! BHExnnw B. A. Yobba. ™" JOHNSTON, BORDEN A YORBA, ATTOSt »J neys at-Law and Examiners of TaX Booms 7 and 8. Jones Blook. 76 North tanS street Abi tracts and o»rtlne*toi ol Itn&nßgt 1 niahsd with promptitßde aad ssjsntoAgjt