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1 low—just imagine!— thera, is no pride
like a pauper's is there?—but then I've
been far from well for the last two
weeks. Of oourse it cannot be love; no
body gets ill from love, you know; but
all I oan tell you is that 1 have been in
a wretohed frame of mind ever since I
saw you last, and tbat your ugly old
face was as welcome—as welcome—bs a
steamer chair to a drowuiug person
there!"
I bent formally enough over the little
fragment of a band stiff io its glove, and
repressed a sigh. Ugly! ill-dressed!
queer! And I, too, dreamed dreams
which this marvel of youth and beauty
never so much as suspected.
"I will go—and with your parly—and
you mast give me one dance in the hall"
I cried with all reasonable gayety. And
go I did.
It was like all other balls of tbe kind.
There were the young women whom
their own families "boom" as beauties,
aad those whom society at large has a
convention to call beauties. There were
those whom the reporiers for some oc
cult reason always push forward in
the newspaper reports, and the
belles from Boston who are uot
recognized as such in New York.
There were the English people
whom all other English say are con
sidered quits second-rate iv London.
There waa tbe big black crowd of men,
tbe blase' and tbe timid, blocking stu
pidly the doorways, and there was that
quick-eyed, quick witted army of youths
and men the size of youths, tbe reason
for whose existence is a mystery.
Happy gnomes! who would begrudge
you your unblushing assurance, your
blithe frivolty ?
Well, I would for one, whenever you
sail eff in a dance with a woman who
looks as if she were made for great
things, but whose mouth, full of pearls,
never by any chance lets drop a pearl
of speech, a woman who looks built to
do good to others, but whose education
by foolish parents, or whose ingrained
natuie, never leaves her room to think
with pure unselfishness of any one but
ber lovely self ! But bush, that is trea
son aud heresy!
Talking staidly to dowagers on tbe
dais and watching the atmosphere
thicken with dust and perfumes aud tbe
fine emanations from whirling robes, I
soon placed Jack, and recognized in bim
a stalwart young fellow who was too
poor to belong to the giddy boat, but
too proud uot to be a gentleman.
I saw the whole tragedy; how be
would steel a Saturday and Sunday from
the sweltering town only to tie.d Ma
rion's time "taken" by the comparative
ly rich Harry during all bis stay; bow
he became madly in love and madly
jealous; how he fumed to Marion and
threatened to beat Harry as sound
ly as the carpet of which he was
knight; how Marion had to resent bis
foolish 'alk, how they quarreled, made
it up, and quarreled to make it up
heartily no more.
He followed her with his eyes, devour
ing the figure of one he considered lost,
yet purposely stood so that she could
not see bim. To do her justice she was
on tbe lookout for bim, and more than
once stood irresolute, a beautiful statue
of hesitation, mustering the black coats
with tbe hope that he might shoulder
his big way through the star veilings
at the door. He saw it, too, con
found him 1 And it gave him, I
really believe, a mean sort of pleas
ure. Once or twice she wav:d a
' favor in my direction, but I bowed a
' negative and an apology. Then I saw
' Jack edge round to the bead of the cotil
lion and knew he meant to surprise ber
1 with a favor. He was not iv tbe dance,
but be had the right by couitesy to an
extra turn nhich auy leader of the co
tillion who is a gentleman at heart is
glad to recognize in men who have no
partners. He was about to take a favor
from the rack, now almost denuded of
its brilliant burden, when Harry came
up. Harry had no partner, since the
weight ef cares on the shoulders of a
leaner is too great to make it possible for
him to do his work thoroughly and at
tend to a companion.
H trry arrested bis arm, and I saw
Jack turn away with a black look that
ought to have set Harry thinking. Jack
strode over to Marion. I saw her rise, a
litrle frightened, a little bewildered, and
off they went entirely alone, just as
Harry was about to start a new fignre
with other couples. He rau up to them
1 to ask tuem to be seated, but Jack would
] not hear. Though his partner tried to
' stop, he carried her on. I could see the
' v ins on bis temples swell, and he
dinced so as to make Harry skip sud
' dmlytoone side in order to avoid a
' collision. Marion was so deadly pale
' that I sprang up and came to the edge
jof tbe dancing area in alarm. The train
of ber dress slipped from ber hand, and
before Jack knew it the two were
bound together by its folds in such
a way that none but the most expert
dancer could have saved tbem. Alas,
Jack, if no novice, was more than out cf
practice; half a turn more, aud both
fell, luckily near Ihe seated couples,
bat so that Marion struck heavily on
the floor and chair. Jack was slill more
helpless, for his bead came thud against
another chair and he lay still.
I looked to see Horry rush forward to
pick Marion up, hut he seemed readier
to run away. He was furious at this
blemish on his cotillion. I expeoted to
bear Marion call his name or that of
j Jack, lor in moments of fright and dan
ger is it not natural tbat affection should
reveal itself? Instead of that it was my
' name Marion called, and, obedient to
\ the summons, she was in my arms and
| hurried into the ladies' dressing-room
, before half the room knew that anybody
had been hurt. In the bustle incident
' on bringing Jack to his senses the fall of
Marion was unnoticed.
I went tbe other day to Marion's wed
| ding, rather giddy in mind, but I hope
always as a philosopher. After all,
. what difference does it make whether
tho woman for whom you secretly
| cherished dreams as baseless as the
clouds, marries Jack or marries Harry?
1 If it is Jack, she gets a big, good
looking, manly, bulldog s irt of fellow,
' who will never give, her luxury, but
will be faithful and steadily loving. If
she marries Harry, she will have a good
sbare and perhaps a large share of
luxury, few children, and a certain
recognition as a minor light in tbe
fashionable world. I could not help
smiling underneath n.y faoe to remem
ber Harry's look a few diys after tbat
ball, when be came into "Del's," as the
gnomes of society call the restaurant of
the swell mob. I regret to say that
Jack bad got in some pretty work on
tbe faultless face, in vulgar truth bad
mauled poor Harry in a most brutal
fashion with his fists, and Harry thought
nobody could tell half tbe traces of that
Homerio encounter.
Turning at the altar I see both of
Ihem behind me, reconciled, and turning
back again I listen in a dazed way to
ihe clergymen, and Rgaia awake to find
myself in some inexplicable way, and by
paths of wbieh to this moment I can
give no lucid explanation—Marion's
husband. —[New York Times.
A Loader of Cotillions.
One evening, from toy seat in tbe par
■quel, I >aw in an opeia box a vision of
beauty, remarkable for tho sentiment
expressed iv the pose und coatume. A
.•quint through tbe glass revealed a
friend, and a few minutes later I Waa
seated noiselessly a few feet behind her
listening to "Lohengrin" and enjoying,
aot for the tint time, the charm of a
nearly perfect woman. Who was it said
that (iod Almighty tools twenty years to
make a perfect woman? It waa true in
this oate, and the few extra
yean bad added something else
that may have beeu a disturbing
element, but only deepened tbe charm.
Her proule oame against the dark lining
-of the boxes across the way; her bead,
like those of maidens iv the Panathe
imbm procession, bent forward a trifle
moodily; a small, pink, round ear was
listening to the slow words of a youth
directly at her back, and I thought the
polished right shoulder—shoulders are
immensely expressive sometimes—had a
certain protesting turn to it. My admi
ration for this lovely vision had been
open enough the winter before to war
rant friends in retailing all the gossip of
the summer in regard to her, particular
ly as to things I might be expeoted by
no means to relish, and I sat wondering
whether any of it was true, and whether
'the abstracted look in her face had to do
with what 1 bad heard.
Finally I examined tbe youth. He
"proved to be a noted leader of cotillions,
not born to New York, but already
indisi ensible to young ladies and their
mammas who give balls, rightfully
esteemed, moreover, for bis taste in
flowers and the fitting up of boudoir
and drawing-room, lie, too, was worth
•examining. I could not but think how
nice of him it was that be, like tbe
.young ladies, his patrons and clients,
-should give so much time and pains to
his dress. Handsome to begin with,
although not cast in any heroic mold,
he was exquisite as a bouquet that cornea
from the florist's—exactly proportioned,
. just right in the arrangement of the
flowers, sweet-smelling and fresh, with
the ice-water that artfully recalls dew
glimmering neatly on rose and leaf. His
face did not indeed sparkle, l.ut it was
fresh colored and the blonde mustache
curled with exact care at tbe
right number of inches below the
suggestion oi a curl on his white fore
head. I envied heartily the perfect set
of his coat, tbe uuwrinkled line of bis
trousers, and the little patent-leather
shoe that coyly peeped below. Tbe
■upper body was bent at just the right
-angle at the waist, creasing slightly the
starched white waistcoat with gold but
tons. A flower corresponding with tbe
bouquet that she bad laid ou tbe edge of
tbe box was in the lapel, and bis gloved
hands rested against each other lightly,
yet with the motion of an appeal—an
appeal belied, however, by the immo
bility of bis face. I woudered if they
were engaged, hoped they were not, and
fortified tne hope of reflecting tbat be
cause they were so alike in some things,
because their names were connected, be
cause it was to ihe world in all respects
so fitting a match—just for those reasons
they never would marry.
The act ended and 1 waited for him to
move, but be would not budge, though
he saw me well enough and knew who I
was. I bad to rise aud talk over bim.
The warm look of friendship, the elabo
rate glance my friend gave reuud about
for a chair for me, were not enough to
move him. She was determined, how
ever; seeing tbat, he rose and bowed
himself out.
"Is it true?" said." I, nodding in bis
direction.
She looked away, frowned slightly,
and said: "Take me round to Mrs.
Norman's box; she is nearly alone, and
there is so much chattering here."
I reflected as we passed to the other
' box that last year she would not bave
' dared to suggest even such an innocent
thing aa this. Once ensconced in the
' vestibule to the box of our kind chape-
Tone a few questions brought a flood of
Views.
"I always told you tbat you have tbe
gift of bringing confidence down on
yourself. Well, yes, lam half engaged
to that—to that—"
"Leader of cotillions," I said gravely.
She laughed. "He ia more than tbat;
but am I not in so much danger as you
may think. It is a tribute to my vauity
to know that he is devoted to me. He is
very intimate with girls who make me
feel tbat I do not belong to them and
theirs; that I am not rich; tbat I do not
dress, live, and talk like them. They
invite me to their big balls, but not to
their special dances—don't you know ?
And they ask him how bis swimming
match girl is, because I was tho best
swimmer last year at Narragansett. But"
(and here she heaved a sigh) "there is
another."
"Great heavens! a third?"
She eyed me with her candid orbs nnd
forced a faint, faint smile.
"Come! you know I never reckoned
you among my conquests. You are be
yond—above me. I cannot imagine you
among them, and somehow should be
•orry to class you with them. You are
apart. You are my father confessor."
"Go on, then, small penitent; perhaps
•iter all I have heard of him, too."
She gave me a wistful look out of
large brown eyes, as much as to say:
"Don't believe anything wrong of me
tbat gossips may have reported;" waiter]
* little, with her lovely bead on one
aide, and then said:
"Horry does lead tbe cotillion well,
and he dances perfectly. Then at Nar
ragansett be had bis horses, and made
me nse one, though I told mamma it was
not tbe right thing and would cause
gossip. He monopolized every moment
and Jack—that's the other one—had to
right for half an hour's tulk. Bat Hai
ry doesn't care for a swimming and I do
80 Jack and I saw each other a gooc
deal on tbe beach. And even after we
quarreled he would always swim ou
when I got iuto deep water, so as to be
near in case I needed bim. But o
course I never took the slightest notice
of bim then."
"So, so? You quarreled! About tbe
horses?"
"Well, yes. He was jealous—and
•aid things—and wanted to know if I
was engaged—and made himself disa
greeable generally. It isn't pleasant to
keep two men apart who hate each other
mortally—and somehow—to like one
better than the other, and yet neither
altogether."
"Very hard, I doubt not," said I,
•nd while saying it I was surprised to
detect a bitterness in my tone.
"I understand what you mean," she
•aid quickly, "but you don't know
everything, and me least of all,"
"I withdraw the least suspicion of
irony you may bave thought to deteot in
•what I said."
"That is right; now you are my good
old dear, to whom I can say anything I
choose. Know, then, Haroun al Ras
chid" (I started at tbe playful name she
used the winter before, when for about
three weeks I lived a series of foolish
Arabian Nightf— until she cured me
•uddenly), "know, then, Haroun al Ras
cnid, tbat I am sure I do love Jack, after
all, and would rather see his sulky face
ten minutes than Harry ail day long "
"Whioh can be taken two ways,"
quoth 1 to myself.
"I am ill and dispirited. Harry is
deep in his cotillions; he leads to-night.
By tbe way.yon must go, too; I will not
bear no. And I believe he is question
ing whether he is not throwing himself
away on me. I sent si ticket to Jack,
bat I feel he won't cime; he detests
dancing, and thinks yslmoaieo balls
A scientific Combination.
Yerba Santa , a product of California, bas
been used for years as a stimulating Expec
torant and combining with it Abieteue aud
Hulleiu, with their great Tuberculous Ab
■orbing, Weight Increasing aud Curative
Powers, give us a Cough aud Lung Remedy
that cannot be equaled, and in Abietene
Cough Balaam, we defy competition for
Bronchitis, Consumption, Asthma, Croup,
Pleurisy, Pneumanla, Couth, Colds, Bore
Throat, Phthisic, in fact all Throat Cheat and
Long trouble*. It oooMlns no Opium.
Prise 7t eanta. Sold by C. f. Hslnsaman. <
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 14. 1886.
REAL. ESTATE.
Ela Hills Tract
Lots in tbis Attractive Property,
SITUATED ON
DOWNEY AVENUE
AND ADJOINING STREETS,
Are Now Offered For Sale
At a less price than anything in the city.
No Such a ('hance Will Occur Again!
nn in a hi-: lots to sill ai.i.
Prices to Mill Every Purse.
The locality cannot fail io rapidly in
crease in value, now that two cable roads
are assured for East Los Angeles.
ATHT-TITLE PERFECT.^BA
T. E. BOW AM 114 K. Spriug street
0. A. SI'MNER & C 0....14 N. Sprinir Street
GEO. W. JOHNSTON,
Cor. of Downey aye. and Thomas st.
mr.Vlm
THEY ARE GOING!
AND
Don't You Forget It.
WH A T ;>
THOSE BEAUTIFUL LOTS IN
The Bliss Tract.
For 8600 to SSOO I can give you lots
50x150, on the right side of the streets,
and within fifteen minutes' walk of the
posiofllce. Go out two miles and you have
to pay 50 to 100 per cent. more. Why do
this, when the new depots, shops and rail
roads will enhance the value of the BLISS
lots two-fold or more? lam authorized to
sell these lots at present rates and terms—
one-third down—but ln a short time to ad
vance prices at least 10 percent. The home
stead, with two lots, covered with magnifi
cent trees and shrubbery, for only 16010,
one-third down.
Call on me at Childress Bank.
AtasF'Carriages ready at all times.
fl9-lm H. P. LANTZ, Trustee.
AUCTIONS.
SfIISTRATOR'S SALE!
BT ORDER OF PROBATE COURT
ON
Monday, March 21,1887
AT TUB BANCH OF THE ESTATE eF
RE Til NADE.II, DECEASED,
Near FLORENCE, los Angeles county, we
will —■
SEEL AT PI lII.IC AUCTION
THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY I
15 HEAD OF WORK HORSES and MULEB,
12 COWS,
6 GRADED JERSEY BULLS,
8 LARGE FREIGHT WAGONS,
4 FOUR-HORBB WAGONS,
4 TWO HORSE WAGONS,
4 GANG PLOWB,
10 CORN CULTIVATORS,
4 WHEELED ROAD SCRAPERS,
30 COMMON ROAD SCRAPERS.
I. R. CASWELL,
Special Administrator of Estate of R.
Nadeau.
NOYES &. DENNIS. Auctioneers. mr.i-2w
Southern Headquarters
JACKSON'S NAPA SODA SPRINGS!
A Pure mineral Wafer Bottled
In Its Own Una.
ANALYSIS OF THE WATER.
Temperature Fahrenheit. 6S dgs
Residue Irom the evaporation of a
gallon 68.76 grs
Bicarbonate of Soda 18.12
Carbouate of Magnesia 26.12
Carbonate of Lime 10 83
Chloride of Sodium 6.20
Subcarbonate of Iron 7.84
Sulphate of Soda LB4
Siltcious Acid 0.62
Alumina 0.60
TESTIMONIALS.
We, the undersigned physicians, practic
ing ln tbe 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 and fine tonic
properties, which cannot fail to be very
beneficial in the treatment of chronic dis
eases and affording a pleasant, healthful
and invigorating beverage: H. M Gray.
* F. Sawyer, Johu F. Morse. Arthur B.
Stout, William O. Ayers, H. Gibbons, Chas.
Bertody, F. A. Hoi man, A. J. Bowls, j, p
Whitney, J. Fourgeaud, W. F. McNutt
110 First Street, Nadeau Block,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
/CsVFamilies Supplied at Residence.
Ja'JU-tf GARDE MAHONY, Agent
MRS. A. STRAUS,
FLORIST,
AT HER RESIDENCE, 129 N. CHARITY
sireet. near Temple, Is prepared to
furnish Floral Supplies, fill .losigns and
Bouquets for Weddings, Funerals, etc., at
lowest prices. Orders promptly attended
to. P. O. Box 714. Telephone 15L mrtlm
FOE RENT
> IN THI
PROSPEROUS TOWN OF POMONA
THE LARGE
BRICK STORE, COR. OF ELLEN AND
Second streets, now occupied hs a hard
ware store. The building is 2tix7o feet, with
warehouse attached; counters and shelv
ing all complete, and handsomely fitted
This ts a fine opening for a large stock or
hardware and agricultural Implements.
Apply to JOHN JOHNSTON, Pomona,
Or to SCBODEK, JOHNSTON A CO.,
Los Angeles.
Pomona, February at, 1887. vn>-im
Los Angeles National Bank,
■Jar. First and Spring Ste.
Surplus K25,000
Capital *}3U0,000
GEO H. BONEBRAKE President.
JOHN BRYSON, 8K Vice-Prcsirtent.
F. c. HOWEB Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
Du. W. G Cochran, 11. H. Markham.
Perky M. Green John Bryson. Sr.,
Da. 11. UiNSAUAuriH, V. C. BOWM,
Ukorok H. Bokkbrake.
a")f»T-Exchsnge for sale on all the princi
pal cities of the United States and Europe.
RESTAURANTS. "
Restaurant nl Oystsr Parlor*
41 AND 43 N. MAI STREET.
SREAI REDUCTION IN OVSTKES
Large Eastern Oysters, per 10(1, • . . 1-1.6;
Small " "... ja.6C
Small Eirtorn, raw or stewed, 26 ots. per plate
Largo Eastern, ai.y stylo, - 50 cents per plate
Baltimore selected Oysters, Bft cents par est
PRIVATE ROOMS
Up stairs for ladles and families, where me*l|
will "ie scivod in th» he ot «ivle.
n2« JERRY ILLICH. Proprietor.
The Commercial Restaurant,
V. DOL, PROPRIETOR,
DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIN STREET.
Receive* alive and sarves up ever l / day tat
ohoicost FISH, including SOLE, TURrSOT uud
SEA TROUT.
SPRING CHICKENS, Ju<rt tn from the ranches
cooked la every stylo
This rosuurtnt la Los Angeles's Colmon'no,
uivltf
Pioneer Transfer Go.,
Bagage Delivered to Ail Parts of
the Oity.
NO. 3MAEKET ST..
TELEPHONE 137.
McLain & Leliman, Prours.
Innlft-tf
entirely new and very complete stock
Toys and Holiday Goods
Will be ready for exhibition on or about
December 6th, at
111 North Spring St.,
Next to City of Paris.
LAZARUS & MELZER,
n29tf Los Augeles.
Notice oi Dissolution oi P«yrtnership^
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
v o ? "•"'>* between M. 8. Monroe and W.
J i'/fb'tf" m e ? rm n " D ' e of MONKOE
& PILIS, bas this day been dls olved by
mv ua consent. W. E. Pile is authorised
to liquidate the affairs ol tbe Arm, and sign
for tbem ln liquidation.
M. 8 MONROE,
W. E. PILE.
Monrovia, Cal., March 6,18*7. mrvi 8t
MISCELLANEOUS.
~MrraNETfs~
SUCCESS IN CURING DISEASES, WE
must ln truth, say, bas beeu most re
markable. His kind and honest dealings
with his patients is especialty to be com
mended. We take pleasure iv recommend
ing him as a gentleman and physician. DR.
BENNETT has been investigating the na
ture of diseases, both general and private,
for over thirty years, and adopting the best
methods of cure. And to-day he has m
equal west of Chicago. So, ladies aud
gentlemen, give him an early call, and you
will not be disappointed.
S. R. HEAL.
Office—36}< 8. Bpring £t., Los Angeles,
Cal. JyB-tf.
BANKINI. HOUSES*
FIRST NATIONAL BAM
OF LOS ANGELES.
Capl'nl Mock oo.(ion.
Surplus 100.000.
E. F. SPENCE Preddeut
J. F. CRANK Vloe-Presldent
J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier
Directors—J. D. Bicknell, J. F. Crank. 11.
Mabury, E. F. Spence, William Lacy, S. H.
Molt, J. M. Elliott.
Stockholders—Ennto of A H.Wilcox. O.
s. Wttherby, S. H. Mott. J. F Crank, A.L.
Lankershlui, E Hollenb 'Ck. K. F. Spence,
H. Maburv, F. IJ. Story, L. H. Carlton, Jits.
McCoy, J. D. Bicknell. William Lacy. J. K.
Elliott. mrl2
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANE,
Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Capital Stock paid Up, ■ 100,000.
Reserve Fund, S 100,000.
JOHN E, PLATER President.
R. 3. BAKER .... Vice-President.
GEO. H. STEWART Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
II L MacNeil, Jotham Bixby,
John E. Plater, Roberts. Baker,
John A. Paxton, Geo W. Prescott,
R. M Widney.
£>»y»Bcy and Sell Exchange: On San
Franc'sco. New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin
and Frankfort,
#AT~He v Exchanges on all parts of the
Statesrand Europe.
jn»nt»RECEtVE Money on open account
and certificate of deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
FARMERS' Sltt MERCHANTS'BAKK
OP LOS ANGELES.
Established iv IS6B
Paid Up Capital 5200.000.
Bnrplus and Reserve Fund.. *50< 1,000.
Total •100,000.
Isatas W. Hellman Pr sldent
ti, C. Goodwin Vice-President
John Milner Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Isaias W. Hellman, I John 8. Griffin,
O W. Childs, C. E. Thorn,
Phil. Gsrnler, I J. B. I.anker'shim
C. Ducommun, I Jose Mascarel.
£j9f~ Exchange for sale on New Tfcrk,
London, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris and Ber
lin. Receive deposits and issue their cer
tificates. Buy and sell Governments, State,
County and City Bonds.
"Southern California National Bank,
Nadeau Block.
JOHN L REDICK President
L. N. BREED Vice-President
WM. F. BOBBYSHELL Cashier
Paid in Capital • 100,000.
Authorized Capital 8500,000.
Directors— L. N. Breed, H. T. Newel], H.
A. Barclay, Charles E Day, Alexander Pen
ney, jj. M. Graham, X c. lloshyshell. M.
Hagan, Frank Rader, William F. Bosbyshe!'.,
John I. Redick. f24-tf
Los Angeles Savings Bant
«31 NORTH MAI* ST.
CAPITAL, . - . , $300,000
PRESIDENT L. C. GOODWIN
SECRETARY. J. V. WACHTEL
Hoard of Directors:
Isaias W. Hslt.kan John fi. Plate*
Robt. S. Bakes, Jobs A. Paxtos,
L. 0. aooi>v.i><.
Term Deposits will be received in sums of on
hundred dollars and over.
Ordinary Deposits in sums of ten dollars aad
over.
Money to loan on first-class Real Estate.
Los Angeles. July 1, 1884»
THE GREAT AUCTION SALE
OF THE SIGHTLY
CITY VIEW TRACT!
78 BEAUTIFUL LOTS 78
*
On Lovely Boyle Heights,
AT AUCTION, MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1887, at 11 A. M.
ON THE PREMISES.
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; eas,y 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.
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.
"WMlf-l 20 WEST FIRST STREET. I "a ESS"
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DENTISTS.
1882—ESTABLISHED—1882,
Tu. W. WELLS,
DENTAL ROOMS NO. 23 SOUTH SPRING
street, Roeder Block. Teeth extracted
without pain. Special attention paid to
ailing teeth. Dll
Drs. C. & Frank Stevens,
Thebes set of teeth (8, on Cellnlold oi
Rubber. Painless extraction of Teeth by
Nitrous Oxide Gas or Vitalized Atr. Fine
Gold Fillings a specialty. All operations at
Eastern prices and guaranteed . Hosmi
18 and IB Schumacher Black, op
posite P O. Op»nBundayslrom9tol2..
CTTCtf
Nothing Surprising!
I Handle Only My Own Property,
-AND
OFFER THE FOLLOWING,
Knowing well that for years the sellers
have been the losers:
WSOOO per acre—3 acres on rail
road. Adapted for any bus.
mesa requiring- side track.
•30 per acre—3«o acre- of loot
hill land; the best and
hitrhest priced fruit and
vegetable land. Two water
rlshts so with the Innd.
•1000 Fenced lot, *IO ft. by 185 ft.,
on Ocean View Aye. Very
desirable in views, size
and position.
SBOO per ncre-80 acres In the
Jvtcnßlon of Seven<h Nt.
Advanced from -000 per
ncre because of lh« rapid
development ln this part
•MSOpeiacM-Yl 1-2 acres on Os.
• rich inn motor Road.
Has the advantages of
magnificent vlrws. city
~.,„.,,. communication,
easy ascent, and will cut
up without water,
as* »« ft.—2lo «'" Third St.
luaiM through t»H..ber
St. Half a ."He from bust,
ness center.
O. M. WELLS,
Room 1, Law Block, Temple Street.
. fis-ln
MEDICAL.
■OTMCAIJ '' ,i... „. I
Santa Al
Pleaalns; lo the Palate nud
Oeatto to a Cough.
Calico, Cel.—l have had the Catarrh for
Aye years and could hardly talk plain; I
could not breathe through ray nostrils. Your
California Cat-R-Cure has cleared out my
head and I can talk plainer nowtbn> I nave
for the past Aye years. Your medicine is
all ft Is represented, an sbsolnte cure for
Cstarrh and cold in the head.
Yours truly, C'H ,hlbs C. ovBRaiiMXR.
Wooolano. Cal. —Tour medicinesnre sell
ing better than auy otliersneif goods, and
(rive satisfac ion to all purchasers, Tne
Cat-It Cure is Drained very highly by all
who have tried i', aed mauv oises have
been grently benefited by Its Use when all
other remedies tried have proved of no
benefit. Yours truly, )'..tw *v Lawson.
Folsom,Cal —lused Bntte-TTnetuchronic
rheumatism with great benefit. PI 'ase send
a supply to J. W. Haines, <}->nOR, Nev., and
oblige yours truly, F. rt. Dvjrant, M. D.
f3fcT- SANTA AIIIS is only BOd tn large
bottles nt ft; three Tor $-2 SO. Sold by all
wholesale and rot-il drueglsts.
Due de Montebello Champagne
FINK IMPORTED CHAMPAGNE, FOR
MERLY THE PROPERTY OF HIS ROYAL
HIGHNESS THE "DIIC D'AUMALE" AND
THE PRINCE* D'OELEANS, OF THE
ROYAL FAMILY OF FRANCE.
WEYSEBROS —TELEPHONE II and 355.
SOLD BY THE CABE OR THE BOTTLE
d2S lm
CALIFORNIA
THE LEADING
:<! 'o^irl.
Telephone 409.
has the best selected bill of fare
of either Hot or Cold Eatables of any house
ln the city. OYSTERS in any style. Prompt
attention: prices reasonable. f*"Oi'ts
all NiOHT MM GU3 SOHADE.
fe27-lm Proprietor.
Nervous ncblllt) , Seminal (l'eak<
ness, Exhausted vitality, Lost
manhood, and all the terriblo effects of
self-abuse aud excesses lv maturer years,
suoh as nocturnal emissions, loss of mem
ory, dimness of vision, aversion to apefety,
the vital fluid passing unobserved lv the
urine, and other symptoms tbat lead to In
sanity aad death. Veung and Middle,
aged men suffering from the above,
should consult us at once. Cure Guar,
anteed in all Gases, fioasulla.
tlon free. Chemical analysis. Including
thorough microscopic examination of the
urine, $5. An honest opinion given In all
eases. We furnish I'he Great t iiy ilsli
Remedy, Sir Aetley Cooper's VI
; tal Heetoratlve at St a bottle or four
times the quantity, $10.
HAIHPLE HOTTLE FREE
to any one stating symptoms, sex and age.
Address ENGLISH HEDIOAL D»s. I
PEN st AH If, No. 11 Kearny Street,
San Francisco, Cnl. g d 4
PATJLmT'Q AND SEXUAL
JLUOI WEAKNESSES,
however lmlrrsfM uot only relieved but i
without mcdi- |
else. IT COSTS NOTHING to send 1
for partlcvlars, which we will forward free '
In sealed envelope on application. Don'l
miss this opportunity. Addre«s,
M. K. A. CO 1267 Broadway,
T TIT 9 H«w Ynrr Ifltv.
AN3ON HOUGH, of Blackberry, 111., says ,
be owes his lif'j '-o Gilmore's Magnetic Ellx- '
lr. Try It. Fo. sale by C. F. Helnxeman, J
agent, Lot Angeles. 1
I MEDICAL,.
CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE.
Th, Only (Jnnrauteed Cure for
Catarrh, Colds In tlie Head,
liny Fever, Rose Cold, Catarrhal Deaf
ness and Sore Eyes. Restores tbe sense ol
taste and smell, removes bid tsste and un
pleasant breath, rostilt from Catarrh. Easy
and pleasant to u«o. Fo'lnw direction* and
a cure Is warranted. Send for circular to
ABIETINE MEDICAL CO ,
Oroville, Cal.
Six Monthß'Treatment Si; by Mail $1.10.
SANTA ABIE and CAT-R-CURE!
tW" Sold by 0. B, lIANCK, 77 au.. ..•
Norm Spring street.
Ctr-ii. A. NEWMARK A CO., Wholesale
Depot. my» It
C. G. GII.MOUE. BRANSON FORBK4.
{ C. G. GILMORE&CO.,
BROKERS
> For the Sale of Business Opportunities
i
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 wo have special
• facilities for snch transactions. To the pur
chase and sala of all kinds of personal
. property we give our close attention. A list
i.f choice bargains always on hand. We also
do a general Brokerage Business. All busi
ness Intrusted to us will be transacted with
promptness and dispatch.
0. G. GILUOBI & CO..
. _ 30 North Spring slreet, Los Angeles.
Or* Room 9, over People's Store. 117-lm
SCHMIDT & PACKARD,
Real Estate Agents,
NO. 1 ARCADIA STREET,
OPPOSITK THE POSTOFFICE.
Corner ol First and Los Angelas streets
from 40 to 100 feet on Los Angeles.
920,000 —CITY GARDENS, on Sau Pedro
street.
Lot and houses, 20x155, opposite
New Depot: I7UOO.
Lots and houses on'Charlty, Allso,
Pearl, San Fornando, elc, ft eets;
Sonoratown, East Los A nuclei, Boyle
Heights, Brooklyn Heights, Pico
Heights, Child's Tract, etc., etc
Large aud smaller tracts iv and
outside the city limits.
Large and small farms, stock
ranches, orchards and vineyards
around Los Anseles aud at Fulton
Wells, San Fernando, Orange, Gar
den Grove, Pas*dena, Florence, El
Monte, Santa Barbara, Wilmington,
MONEY TO BORROW on good security.
SCHMIDT & PACKARD,
f27 lm No. 1 Arcadia 3t.
COOKE & WISEMAN,
BOOK BINDERS.
BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY
75 N. Spring St.. Lei Angelea. oot3tf
K. T. BRYANT. H. A. URANSCO*.
JJRYANT & BRjANSCOM,
HED STAR LINK TRANSFER CO.,
236 North Main Street, Baker Block.
Baooaoe and Freioht handled with Care
I Special attention given to the removal ol
Pianos and Organs. Telephoue No. 401.
I L. M L JEWETI', Superintendent.
___n__r___ SJ we cordfilly recommend
T""'H «s tl.rl.esl remedy
__W r l Know" to us lor (kii.on h,, ~
_\_T ITO 6 dayr. V »ng Clew.
out »■ .r eh *l? sol cmsi.lcr.
KErn OElue StrloUlM. ■ lUe.lrdra erery cut , t
flfiS au given MUsfacrJea.
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0 SoldbyDruggUts.
~ WIIYWILLYOO BUFFKsHrronTAinTe and
Malaria whan Gllmore's Aromatic Wine will
onre you.—C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An.
teles.

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