i Banning, Wilmington; B L Peel, .l 8 Taylor,
J M Braeewell, Tombstone. AT; DFDl.glns
and wife, Clara Wood. Michigan: N 8 Mc
Abee, P U Hitchcock, Cleveland. O; Mrs Beth
Marshal, R Moyle, San Bernardino; 8 Bal
com, wife and sister, H C Dudl»y, Batb.N V;
HE Maltby, Chicago; B McKlnney, Santa
Monloa; D Richard, Newhall: C II Jones,
Cinclnuatl; Mrs T B Spear, Mrs Taylor,
Santa Ana; B E Hunt, San Buenaventa; O
X Griffith, Orvllle, O; L Gould, Chicago;
Dr W R Fox, Colton; C II Head. Clay (ten
ter, Kan; A W Hurd, Buffalo, N V; Mrs P II
Lodeu and son, Kansas Cltv; Dr E \ Whil
lock and wife, Wichita, Kan; M T Alleu,
wife aud child. Greenville; J C Western.
Mlnture, la; C Yarbough, Tyler, Tex; Ho
Wells and sister, Piatt City, Mo; E F Patter
son, Springfield, Mo; T W Jeffress, Oakland;
J H Kaples, I'etrolt. Mich; G R Humphreys.
Santa Ana; .1 C fdwards. Riverside; RC
Breed, Fresno; B Ed onston, Rushyille,
111; C M McCall, Wilmington, Del.
Arrival and Departure of Mails
at Los Angeles.
Santa Ana and way... 8,30
Anaheim, Downey, Or-
ange and Santa Ana. -
Albuquerque and Mo-
lave, including East
ern States • »
San Pedro and way 8 81
Santa Monica ° ™"
Sau Diego • 8 ISU
Coltou aud way.luclud
lug Ban Bernardino
aud Klversldc 0.31
Demlng and Los An
ge'es Railway Post-
office i »•«
Pan Francisco and way.
Ban F'lancisco through
Pasadena, Duarce aud
way ' 10.00
Newhall aud San Luis
Obispo, San Bnena-
veutura aud Santa
Barbara Counties .... 85P
University . 9 SO
A M iP.M
...J 4 00
9 301 2.03
The Western Settler's Chosen
With every advance of emigration Into
the far West a new demand is created for
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. Newly peopled
regions ate frequent'y ltss salubrious than
older fettled localities, on account of the
miasma which rises from recently cleared
land, particularly along the banks of rivers
that are snbiect to freshets. Tho agricultu
ral or mining envg'Rnt toon 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 climate changes,
exposure and unaccustomed or unhealthy
wateror diet subject him. Consequently,
he places an estimate upon this great house
hold specific and preventive commensurate
w'th its Intrinsic merits, and is careful to I
keep on hand a restorative and promoter of
health so Implicitly to be relied upon in
time cf need.
Take A yer's SarsnparillsT in" the spring o
thpa-car to purify the blood, invigorate tbe
sAtem, excito the liver to action, and
reftefce the healthy tone and vigor of the ,
whole physical mechanism.
JThon baby was clck, we jrave her OasnjnA,
When che was a Child she cried for Castona. ,
When she became Mlsa, reo slung to Castor*,
When sUHMlCbiidrcu.r.t - avotnoniCasterlr
Abitlae Ointment is put up in two ounce
tin boxes, anil Ib an sbsolnte cure for old
sores, ulcers, bums, wounds, salt rheum, fe
ver sores, chapped hands and all skin erup
tions. Will positively cure all kinds of
piles. AskforthoO-lglnal Abietiue Oint
ment, iutwo ouce boxes. Price, 25 cents.
For salebyPreuss A Hance, Druggists, 77
aud 79 N. Spring street.
Why Use PolaonouaFace Powuera ,
Freeman's medicated invisible powder is \
guaranteed perfectly harmless, lrec from ■
any iujuroiis substance. The proprietor will ]
give ItOO if any lead, arsenic or mercury can s
be found in it. I
The extraordinary popularity of Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is the natural result of its I
use by intelligent people for over forty
years. It has indisputably proven itself the
very best known specific for all colds,
coughs and pulmonary complaints.
A »ew Lumber Yard
jas been established by the Schallert-Ga
aahl Lumber Company on Washington
itreet, nearly opposite tho Washington Gar
len, where they will keep a full line of all •
kinds of lumber and building material.
Heartburn, iudlgosiiouordyspcpsia cured
by that excellent remedy, "Mother Gary's
Dyspepsia Powders." Never have been
known to fail. For sale by C. 11. Hance
successor to Preuss & Hance), and Ellis <&
Co Lo. Angeles.
Never Ulvc U|>.
If you suffer with »sthma, bronchitis,
consumption, bronchial catarrh or any
di.ease of ihe throat, chest or lungs, you
will be surprised at the rapid improvement
thai, will follow the use ol a few bottles of <
Santa Able, toe most palatable cough cure !
iv the world. Guaranteed by C. 11. Hauce.
Every night at Nadeau basement, corner ,
First and Spring streets.
Now Has Faith.
I had been troubled all winter with cod ,
aud rain iv the cbtst and got no relief from 1
remedies recommended by drugirlsts and
physicians. At the same time I was adver
tising lir. ilosauko's cough and luog syrup.
I hud litt'e faith but thought to try it as a S
last resort, now I believe even more than 1
they tell me of i's curative qualities —From I
the News, Ellzabelh'.owu, Ky. Sample bot
tle 5 cents at C. F. Heinzemati's. |
A positive cure lor dyspepsia-Damiana
Bitters. Michel Levy & Co., wholesale liq
uor dealers, agents.
NERVE-LIFE AND VIGOR restored lv !
men aud women by Using nilmo/e's Aro
matic Wine. For s.ile by C. F. Ileiuzemau,
ageui, Los Angeles.
All respectable dealers keep Damtana Bit- I
ters. Michel Levy 4 Co., Wholesale liquor
dealers, agents. '
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the ,
remedy for you. C. F. Ueinzeman, agent,
You will never have a sour stomach if you
use Damiana Hi iters. I
ANSON HOUGH, of Blackberry, 111., says
he owes his llfo «o Gllmore s Magnetic Elix
ir. 'i'ry it. Fc. sale by C. F. Heiuzeman,
ageut, Los Angeles.
The Mexican remedy for diseases of the 1
kidneys aud bladder is Damiana Bitters. '
Michel Levy & Co., wholesale rates.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem- |
edy. Price 50 cents. Nasal iujector free.
C. r.Ueinzeman, agont, Los Angeles.
DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Published by the Abstract and
Title Innarance Company.
Monday, March 14, 1887.
Char.es L Dodge and Mary C Dodge to
Patrick Noble—S'» of SVV'i Sec2o, Tp 38, R
11 W; »6700.
A Goldsmith and 8 Goldsmith to Chas F
Harris, Edward C Parker and Andrew B
Han Is—Lot S block 15, Santa Aua; *25(HJ.
W A Tucker and Edwin Hessouett to C ■
Parker, C H Parker and. Audrew B Harris-
Lot 2 block 17, Santa Ann; WIOOO. '
Peter J Shaffer to N A Clifford—North half j
of lot 13 slock B, A B Chapman tract, Ro
Santiago de Santa Ana; MONT,
MattleS Hill and I M Hill to Mrs Mary
Chanuiug, trustee—Agreement to convey
lots 1 and 2, Dr Carr tract No ), Pasadena;
Herman O'.to to W V Masters— Agreement
to convey lot 9, Hotel tract, Pasadena; «w>u.
E F Saeuce and Jonn D Blcknell to Leo A.
Loogley—Agreement to convey lot B blcck
10, Monrovia traot; <1»72-
Nlary E Malcom to H C Kelsea—4o acres in
Ro San Pedro; $SUOO „„„,..
A M Hough, John Goldsworthy.G F Bixby
aud M L Wicks to John Haag Lois4l and 45,
Goldswortby Eighth s'rect iraotlliaov,
M E ilodakius to D G Stepnen.—Part of
lots 15 aud 10 block Mott tract; £500
Oliver 8 Martlu and Josi ph H Martin to
George Rlce-Ljt 87, Highland tract: «a.to.
George Rice to Godfrey T Siamm—Lot a,,
Highland Park fact; S4OOO.
P Beaudry aud Victor Beaudry to Charles
H Stimsou and George W Stimson—Boud for
deed to lot 76, Beaudry Water Works tract; j
Bam* to Stimson Brothers—Boud for deed !
to lots 88 aud 128, Beaudry Water Woiks j
"llmvard'w Mills and M L Wicks to Joseph
W strong aud H P Lautz—Lot a 7, west subdu
of Lick tract; *lt>oo.
Alhambra Add Water Co to Sebastian i
Stressor—Agreement to supply water to lot I i
11, 17, 20 ana 22, bloc'i 15, hamona. i
San Gabtiel Wiuc Company to same—Lots !
14, 18,20 aud 22, block 15, Kamona; $1800.
Ooacepclen de Soto to M L Wicks—Right
of way to lay pipe aad sink wells ou laud of ,
first parly. ~,„,. , ,
Wm J Church to Mrs Annie M Seltz and I
Mrs R Lee Noble—S pt of lot 02, W subdu of j
Link tract; 1816.25.
Neison W Bell aud Florence J 801 lto Ido
nla MoLaln—Lotsl»aud2o,(loodwtn-Lukeus <
tract, San Fasc ial tract; J2JiO.
H F Goodwin and T r> Lukens to Idonia
McLaiu—Lot 2, Goodwin Lukens tract; JIIOO.
S J Clark to Board el Stt;..'rvtr.ort, Los An
geles county-Strip off laud of grantor in
Ro Sautlaito de Santa Ana lor road purposes.
A E Hawley to same—Strip off laud oi ,
grantor lv Ro Santiago de Santa Ana for
S P Kees to Arthur Gayford—2o aores in or
adjoining lot IS, W subdu of Lick tract ;»3200. |
Howard W Mills aud M L Wicks to 8 P I
Rees-20 acres in or adjoining lot 18, W subdu
of Lick tract;! 500. . ,_,, .
Samuel B Uunt, trustoe.toSamuel ithende <
—Lots 27, 28 and 2J block al, Ivauhoe; |22a0.
Geo W G jrdou to P T Iluckiuß-Lots 1, 2
and :l block 20, EL A; *5000
P T Huckius to W II NKswender—Lots 1,
2 aud 3 b:ock 20, E LA; WM. ,
John W Babooes; to Bcuj La/.inby—Agree- ,
ment to convey c ist half of east half of lot ,
4, Ka Temple & Glosim tract; SilOO. s
T Banbury to Win Harry—Agreement to j
convey lot 2, Banbury subdn of lot 12, aud
part of lot il block H, 1. V L & W As.v lauds,
Pasadena; J3OOO. .... i
Wm Harry to Allred Hutchins—Agtce
meut to convey lot 2, B«nbury suudu of lot 1
12 aud part of lot » Block lI.LV L & Vt A»u
lands, Pasadena: *:<4UO. . .
Kobt D Coatei to A J Sauborn—Lot 4 block
9, Park tract: S.SOU. „_,, , .
Jos M CHrk oWm W of -\E
% Sec 14. Tp 5 S, X 11 W: fIOOJ.
s TCulltoi.il/..belli Cull—Assigumeut of j
above. . „, T i
a V Bryant to C W Clemeut and Wm J
McCaldiu—Agreemeut to convey lot 15 Mrs
C S Martins subdu of part of A V Mills tract, j
Pasadena; 57500. ,
Jaley Tay.or to Lou Lou Mera V ought and
William Bens—NWHol NWtf, Sec 24, Tp l
s, auwstrma r „ . .
Richard MarkletoOmar J Humphrey-
Lot 5 block 72, Sau Pea ro: »1100. 1
John F Brossart to S W Osterhout and \\ 11
--lard Baruhart—Agreement to rouveylotso ,
and 7 Hotel tract, Pasadena; $10,01* l
John P Jones aud Mrs Arcadia ii dp Baker ,
to John Woliskill-Lots O. P, X ,11, \V
block 142, and lots O. U, V block US, Santa ,
Mouica; $1927,50. , . . . (
David Evey to J D GUohrlst—Lot on south
line of Colorado street west of Fair Oaks
Gilbert Goodwin to WllUsm Haney-
S\\' A of NEVi. Sac 10. VSS,K 11 W ; $1200. 1
Mary S Duuu and Williamson Dunn, 11 E
Coruwell and Geo H Fullertou to Jacob W ,
Kieler—WV< of lot 2. Sec 80, Azusa de
Duarte Eo: SV>U). „,,,.„ .„ 1
D A Kugheti and David S Barmore to ,
George L M»harry—Lot 2, subdu of lot 1, ,
block H, L V L .t W Assus lauds, Pasadena,
Adelbert S Glldden to W 11 Coleman-
Lot on nor h Hue of Colorado street, Pasa
dena; 12800. . , ,
C F J Kitchener to Henry Arnold—East i
23U feet ol lot o and west 2. feet of lot tt, .VI <
H Weights'subdu of S% of lot 8, block I, (
San Pascual tract: $2840. |
D 1) Hill to David Evey-Property de
scribed book 197, pago 18, .
Howard W Mil s aud M L \\ icks to Fred
Weber—Lots 51 aud 52, Mills aud SVicks ex
tension of Secoud sireei.s; WW.
D A Kugheuto Mrsß Blanche Weber— Ljt
16,Kuehen and Casteriine's subdu of Ward
Howard W Mills and M L Wicks to Ed
ward lluutioy—Lot 10, west subJu of Lick
J B l)u Bois and Clara G Dv Bois to G W i
Ptwlou—Lot 70 Walls' suudn of part of
Kancho Ban Rafael; $3000.
John F Humphreys and Fannie C Hum
phreys to J Q Adams Frltcliey—3il.42 acres in
Alvarado trac ,It iucho Tajauta: $2.5 0. ™ ]
Mary E Evans aud Lewis N Evans to Mary
L Chellis-SW It feet ol lot I aud NE 10 leet
of lota, block J, Mott tract; 18860.
John P Joues aud Mrs Arcadia X de Biker
to Beueu W Kinney-Lots M, N, O, Q, S, U,
block 107 and lot E, block 194, Sauta Monica;
F C Howes, trustee, to William /.Smith
aud Thomas Smith— Lo: 18, block C, and lot
1, block J, Knob Hill tract; * 1000.
H W Mills and M L Wicks to Henry Kla
ges— Lot Mi, west subdu Lick tract; SIH33.
Geo A Townseud to C F Ru.au—Lot 25
block 7, Park tract; *3'ioo.
Sau Gabriel Valley bank and Geo E Me
harry—Agreemeut to reduction of thlcuess
of party wall on lots lv Pasadena.
PM Green to Herman otto—Lot 0, Hotel
tract, Pasadena ;«1600.
Estate of Tboa McLaln, deceased, to .frs
Jennie L L Mason—2n acres iv NW' 4 of S\\
Sec 21, T 1 S, X 11 W;?16C0.
Number of transfers iv above list, 49
Total amount of consideration, 510t,338.
Number of transfers under $1000 each, 27.
Total aoiouul of consideration, 512.8:5.
Transfers for nominal consideration, 24.
Aggregate of day's transfers, $177,675.
. VCD'C Sarsiipnrillaisamedicincthat,
A YCn 8 during nearly 40 years, iv ail
parts of tho world, has proved its effi
cacy us Uio best blood alterative known
root of *,he
genuine Honduras Sur»aparilla) is its
base, and its powers are enhanced by
the extracts of Yellow Dock and Mil- ,
(raffia, Iho lodides of Potassium and
Iron, and other potent ingredients,
in your blood vitiated by derangements
l»> Of the digestive and assimilatory func
tions r is it tainted by Scrofula I or
docs it contain the poison of Mercury
or Contagious Disease?
rup leading physicians of the United
I fli_ states', who know the composition
of AVER'S SABaAPABIIXA, say that
nothing else so nod for the purifica
tion of the blood is within the range of
DIM IV hy t u6 nse of this remedy Is it
vtfkl possible for a person who has
corrupted blood to attain sound health
und prevent transmission of the de
structive taint to posterity,
runnnnpui \t effective renovation
I nUnUUunLT of tho system must
include not only the removal cf cor
ruption from tho blood, but its enrich
ment and tho strengthening of tho
OiTI IA DI C witnesses, all over tho
nt.LIADl.ti world, testify that this
work is better accomplished by Ayer's
• Sarsaparh.la than by any other
DI flAfli that is corrupted through dis-
HLUUU ease is made pure, and blood
weakened through diminution of tho
red corpuscles Is made strong, by
nilDirvilir hlood aud building
rUtllrYlnO up tho system require
time in serious cases, but benefit will
be derived from the use of Aykr's
Sarsaparilla more speedily than
from anything else.
aacntr>lair for which like effects are
MtUlblNt. falsely claimed, is abun
dant in tho market, under many names,
but tho only preparation that has stood
tho test of time, and proved worthy of
the world's confidence, Is
Dr. J. C. Ayer * Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by all Druggists: Trice ft,
Six bottles for IS.
HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY.
St. Ciiari.es HoTm.-Mrs I \V Koss, G'en
wood springs; C olminons, Aspen, Col: Mr
and Mrs B F Long and child: I H Srexf,
X R .TefTery, (ilrnrd, Kansas:.l W Lombaid,
N B Kltuer, City; W B Vandershp. Jr, Flag
staff- CAArev, San Pedro; JH Shannon,
Antloch: J B Millet, J S Haney. Springfield,
Mass- S A Ktey, Geo Walker, Iowa;
X Bennett, Demin-. N M: T Salter
fleldT ctty, J P Clifford, Chicago, 111;
T llevgerty. Montezuma; S Hillsrd, city: »:
Young city: F SchwaarchT, J A Shaw, J B
Harrison Wm Lichen, Montezuma; John
Joyce P'sadeua; C Sirlght. city; F Ifltch
coc« Chicago; J A McKer, city; A. Kl:ck
uer Philadelphia; 8 I Ford and wife, G A
Warner and wife, Pomona. PSmith and wife,
San Bernardino; » W Telbutts San Diego
Grand Centra i.IfoTEL E H Grove, J A
r-rive Kansas- V 0 Ilarter and wife, Bur-
HmTm lUrTa F HnUhUt, Pasadena; H
fS-I » Diego: .1 BBvan.TK S A Er
wlli Tex's-Mrs Davis, W II House, J A
Martin Chicago; V 3 McCurdy, Atchison
Tone L"' andsTnta Fo rallroid; .1 N Bean, J
RKiul Missouri: A W S.phold, Ballona
harbor ■' Mrs C B McCurdy, Mrs E M Btevons,
Azusa-Chas Loach, EWno-rc; A J Sheldon,
Needles -11 A Lawler. Santa Ana.
«? Vi m , IIOTKI.-JF Sims, W Dunbar, 0
R Llovo G "urges, J H Brosseter, IM Fried
beri A dolman, H W Jackson, San Fran
cisco- B F William., Portland,
Sli- Mrs Win Lbanning, MU. Banning, J B
LOS ANGELES DAILY HEBALD. MAUCH 15. 1887.
EIHES Of TKAVEE.
PaciSe Coaitjteailiip Co.
GOODALL, PERKINS A Co., General Agen t
Embrace lines for Portland, Or.; Victoria.
B. C, and Pnget Sound-Alaska, and all
TIME TABLE FOR MARCH. 18»7.
OOHIN9 SOUTH. 00IN9 NORTH.
H ?i «i H
Santa Rosa.. Feb. £6'Feb.2B Mar. 2 Mar. 4
Los Ange'»s. " 28 Mar. 2 " 3 •' 6
Queen of Pac. Mar. 2 " 4 " 6 " 8
bureka •■ 4 ' « " 7 30
Santa Boss 1 j * 10 ' 12
LosAng es. " 8 " 10 " 11 " 14
Queen olPac " 30 " 11 ' 14 " 16
Enreka " 12 ' 14 16 18
Santa Rosa.. " 14 ' 16 18 :o
Los Angeles. " 36 " 18 Id " 21
Queen of Pac " 18 " 20 " 22 24
Eureka " 20 '• 2! " 28 " 16
Santa Rosa.. " 22 " 24 " 26 28
Los Angeles. " 24 lb " 27 " 30
QueenolPac " 26 " 28 " 30 Aprlll
Eureka " 28 " f0 " 81 ' S
Santa Rosa.. " 80 Aprlll April 3 " 6
Lgs_Arjgeles. April 1 " 3 - 4 7
The steamers Santa Rosa and Queen
of Pacific leave San Pedro for San
Dfego, on the dates of their arrivals from
Se.n fraroisc", and on their trips between
Sen Fed: o and San Francisco call at Santa
Barbara and Pert Harford (San LulsOblspo)
only. _.__«__ and Los Angeles call at
* Cars „ eotuiee. »*tfj steamers leavo S.P.
R. K. depot, Los. Ange.ss, as follows: With
Mm ito-u and Queen of Pacific at
ttlDo'cloet A. iv With Los Angeles and
Eureka., gui__ uir'h at 4:to o'clock r. M.
_S7~Ft r passage or freight as abovt or
for tickets to and from
All Important Points in Eoroje
H. MoLELLAN, ! : : A_a_tt
OFFICE—No. 8 OommerCtalßt..Lo« A;i»« -
Soiftern Pacific Company. \
WEDNESDAY FEBRYARY 9, 1887.
Trains leave and are due to arrive at
LOS ANGELES DAILY
.OB DESTINATION. FBOM
8 00>. a Oalton & San Oorgonio 7.03 p.
4:30 p. V Colton it San Gorgonlo 4:25 a. h
8.00 a. v Demlng and East— 7: or. m
8.00 a. a ....El Paso and East.... 7 to p. a
1:80 P. a San Fran <_ Sacnvmento 11:40 a. a
730 p. a San Fran A Sacramento 7:20 a. n
9:20 a. m Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:45 p. _
4:40 p. v Santa Ana and Anaheim 7 : 45 a._
9:80 a. a Santa Monica 11:50 A. a
12_o p. a Santa Monica. toir.s
4 : jjo P , h Santa Monica 7:10 a. m
(Long Beach and) ...
9:40 A. _ j_ us san Pedro I '«•'••
(Long Beach audi ~,,_„
4:50 r. M ( Sau Pedro... I ' ■ o6 51
9-:.6 a h| Santa Pau'a 4,03 r. m
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent
E. E. HEWITT,
Superintendent Los Angeles.
A. N. TOWNE. General Manager.
California Southern B. B. Co.
All rail line between National City, Sao
Diego and Los Augeles and points East and
Close connection at Barstow with Atlantic
and Pacific R. R. and at Los Angeles with
Southern Pacific R. R.
Taking effect Sunday, November 14.
~ A. M. a7_L P. M.
Los Angeles. Lv. 7.00 9:10 5:00
San Gabriel 7.23 9.29 5.20
Pomona 8.23 10:30 6:10
Colton Ar. 9:15 11:20 *7:00
Colton Lv 11:25 7:50
Citrus 11:35 8,06
Perris 12:17 9:80
Murietta Ar 1:10 11:10
♦Munetta, Lv 1:30 11:25 .
Oceanside 8:38 2:15
San Diego 5:22 6:06
National Cly ... .Ar 5:40 6:30
Colton Lv. 9:20 '
•San Bernardino... 9:45
Barstow Ar. 1:20
Barstow Lv. 2:55
•Sau Bernardino.. 6:20
Colton Ar. 6:45
A. M. P. M.
National City . Lv 8:C0 0:30
San.Diego 8:23 10:00
Oceanside 10:07 12:20
•Murrietta . ...Ar 12:07
Murrietta Lf| 12:27 4:45
Perris 1:19, 6:05
•Colton ...Ar 2:10 7:25
Colton Lv. 7:00 2:15 8:00
Pomona 7:50 3:02 8:51
Sau Gabriel 8:40 8:52 9:40
Los Angelas^.. _. Ar.] 9:00| 4:15| 10:00
BR-"WF-N COLTON AND SAN BERNARDINO.
A. M.IA. M. P. M. P. M.
Colton Lv 8.001 11.80 2.20 7.10
Sau Bernardino ar 8.15 11.40 2.30 7.2?
Sau Bernardino lv 7.20 11.05 1.55 6.40
Colton Ar 7.861 11.15 206 6.60
Mlxd Mi.id Pass.
A. M. P. M. A. M
Colton Lv 9.20 7.15 11.20
Citrus a 9.80 7.30 1130
Riverside Ar. 9.42 7,58 lll.eo
Riverside Lv 8.40 6.251 1.40
Citrus 8.62 6.45 1.62
Crtton .Ar 9.02 7,00| 2.06
Trains are run on Pacific Standard time.
Pullman Sleepers leave on 7 A. m. train
via Barstow, for Kansas City, via A. AP.
and A. T. <_ 8. F. R. R., and on 5 r. M. train
for San Diego. Special rates on round trip
tickets to all local points.
For rates of freight or fare, address Cali
fornia Southern, Agents at local stations, or
H. B. WILKINS,
Gen. Fr't. A Pass. Agent, San Diego. Cal.
J. N. VICTOR,
Superintendent, San Bernardino, Cal;
]e2B General Agent, Los Angeles, Cal,
Los Angeles 4 San Mcl Valley Railway
Time table in effect Nov. 6,1886.
Trains are due to depart and arrive at
DOWNEY AVENUE DEPOT as follows:
•9:21 A. M. *7:b4 A. M.
t10:36 am. On week days +8:54 a.m.
12:36 p.m. only. •12.04 p.m.
+4:16 r. M. +1:89 p. m.
•5:36 p. M. |4:54 r. M.
•11:06 p. M. Tuesday, Thnrs- "7:24 r. m.
day and Saturday |
T +6;-j?. _:| 0" Sundays only | ggjjj
• To aud from Lamanda Park.
+ To and from Duarte.
t To and from West Duarte (Monrovia).
GenT Passenger Agent.
8. P. JEWETT, Gen'l Manager. seplB
The LOS ANGELES CITY WATER 00.
willstrictly enforce the following rule: The
aours for sprinkling are between < and t
Velock a. v. and 6 and t o'clock p. a. For s
violation of the above regulation tbe water
will be shut off and a Una of two dollars will
oe oharaed before water wUI be turned or
' HAMBURG FIGS.
Probably as much misery comet
• ' rom habitual constipation as from
any derange men t of the functions of
y/jjs) the body and it is difficult to cure for
GGAiy the reason that no one likes to take
the medicine that is usually prescribed. Ham
burg Figs were prepared to obviate thhrdiffi
' cuity, and they will be found effective as well
| as pleasant to the taste of women and children.
DR. FLINT'S HEART REMEDY.
br—^ Dr. Flint's Heart Kkmelt
If^tflJlftwßFSßl»an:sliett from those afflicted Witt
IfVk, V ffln heart dl3easc al! fear - either of
\ lj|sudden dealh, or tho development
\%Lm rvi-W 0 ' tnoso terrible brain discasca
EB wn * Cil result in insanity. Itisono
W-t* El 0 ' t!l0 tKat remc^'ea known for
£ \X fewh erw,ut 'hc, whh his often depend-
SeJbW mm cnt up<»n disease of t ho heart,
fflffj sometimes upon ncrvou Jirucvs?,
and sometimes upon djrajiremcnt
of the circulations Sl.fcO. Dcec-rip*
tivo treatise with each bottle, or mailed free,
These Remedies aro for solo by all Druggists.
J. J. MACK & OOm PropVa,
Pan Fuanciuco. Gal.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
Main street, bet. First and Second.
11. C. WYATT Manager
Five Nlfrbta aud One matinee.
TUESDAY EVENING, MAKCH 15, 1857,
AMERICA'S GREATEST ACTREES,
Coder tbe Management of
MR. FRANK L. GOODWIN,
SUPPORTED BY MR. HENRY MILLER
Aud an Excellent Company,
IN THE FOLLOWING REI'ERTOIRE '.
Tuesday Evening Camilla
Wednesday Evening (her new play) Rknee
Thursday Evening L'ARTICLb 47
Friday Evening Miss Multon
Saturday Matinee Tim New Magdalen
Saturday Evening Enuaged
By Frank L. Goodwin's Dramatic Comjany.
Reserved Seats, Dress Circle and Par
quet •} ■>
Admission 1 H
Reserved Seatß, Balcony 75
opens Friday, March 11th.
ijsy BIRDS NOW ON VIEW f^BSi
Admission, 25 Cents.
Take the Main-street car», which stop at
the gate. CAWSTON A FOX, Lessees.
~ LumBLH VAHPB.
J, M. GRIFFITH & CO..
Manufacturers of Doors
SUlr., Stair Ball, BaUustert, Newel' osts a c
Mill Work of every description, and dealers n
Lime, Plaster, Hair, etc
No. 532 North Alameda Street
Mill and Lnmlißr Gompany.
Manufacturers of and dealers In
Lumber, Doors, Blinds, Windows,
EASTERN OAK, ASH, HICKORY,
WALNUT AND FOPIAR,
And a Eanoy Parquetry Floo of h.rd wood
IfIDALL KINMMr 9ULL "fIHK
Yard and Mill, corner Alameda A M«oy St*.
Telephone Nr». S. P.O. Box")' -nTiiStf
AND PLANING MILLS
NO. 76 OOMMEROIAL STREEI
Willamette Steam Mills Luraberißg &
Formerly theOregou Lumber Company.
oreeon Pluill Calllornla Reiiwooi LumDer
Of every description at their new yard
On Late. Cbayez and Mission Streets.
>ye have a flne stock of LATHS, PICKETS
SHINGLES and FINISHING LUMBER
of a superior quality.
We are also prepared to Ml orders on short
aotlco (or bu ding materials of every de
*PartiCraW attention paid to orders for un
isual lengths and dimensions.
Orders solicited. j, A. BUBS. AgenL
Ibe Tehachlpa Building Stone Co.
ALPHEUS LEWIS President
GEO. F. BHIB ■- - -.... •.... -Treasurer
(Fl'St National Bank).
ROBERT A. LEWIS Secretary
Directors—Gen. E. Bouton, AlpheusLewis,
Charles R. Brown, Timothy O'Shea, Robert
A.Lewis- tler -— maok Granlte _ Gr , y
Mar Tie Briwu, Yellow, Green and While
aandstono. orders of any dimension filled
at shmt notice. For samples orinformation,
nridre.s X * A ' Lfi.Win,
aaure>.s p Q ym L(js Angeleß( Cal _
Office 12 Court street. flVlm
DULPHUB SPRING HOTEL B POM;
S tivtlv closed for the present against ail
comers It's of no use to apply for ( admit
ance Soon as repairs are completed due
notice'will be given, and hotel sgaiu
onraed LAKO ' Proprietor
P Lang Stalatiou. March S, 1687. mlOtf
The business office of the Temple-street
Cable Railway Company will from this
date be at No. U Tarnple street.
F. W. WOOD,
GEO. H.CRANE. *' BOTELI.O.
BOTELLO & CRANE,
FEED AND «ALB STABLE.
•TMr-Coal, Wood, Hsy and Grain—B3l
Upper Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. P. O. j
Box 181. m
OF I.ON ANGELES,
Offer for Subscription $30,000 of its Capital Stoci at Par.
SHARES iifilOO EACH.
Prsei oknt DR. HAMILTON GRIFFIN,
Mau»glug Director of Tbe Carbolic Smoke Ball Co., Los Angeles, cal.
Vice-President COLONEL C. H. HOWLAND,
Secretary of the Electric Railway, Los Angeles.
Director NATHAN COLE, Jit., Journalist, Los Angeles.
Director J. W. GREEN. Postmaster, Los Angeles.
I'IKECTOR J. S. CHADWICK, "Domestic Sewing Machine Company.
BaNKERS LOS ANGKLF.B NATIONAL BANK, Los Angeles.
Brokers MESSRS. C. S GILMORE ii CO., Room tl, 31 N. Sprlua St.
._,„„„ (CALVIN EDGERTON Lo« Angeles.
ATToßr.eys j HKNKV t _ RIOE 4UK California Street, Man Francisco.
Analyst DR. 1. E. COHN, 28 N. Spring Street. Los Augeles.
Manager FRANK WATROS, Compton, Cal.
Prospectus and Full Particulars to be had
CO.TfPANI' ■ OrFICE, 28 V sPKIIVt. STREET, I.OS ANGELES.
mrlO-14t WILLIAM D. BKERETON, Secretary.
Charming new town on the line of the L. A. & S. M. R. R., now build
ing from this city to the " NEW HARBOR AT LA BALLONA," 3K miles
frorri city limits; overlooks the city of Los Angeles; plenty of GOOD WATER
piped to the lots; each Lot 00x190 feet, fronting on t>o-foot avenues. These
are selling rapidly at $100; $40 cnsh, balance $10 per month, without in
terest.Also, 5 and 10-aere Villa Lots surrounding the town.
4__F*Conveyances leave the office at 1 a. m. and 2 p. m. to show parties
the beautiful property.
M. L, WICKS or A. E. DITOH,
Courthouse and Main Streets, I_os Angeles, Cal.
REAL ESTATE ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS.
Also, a Choice Tract of 90 Acres or Subdivision, and an Excellent Dairy,
CORN AND STOCK FARM, FOR SALE STRICTLY ON THEIR MERITS.
No brass band at your expense; no free lunch or houses given away; no by-bidding
at auction sales; no lottery ichemes required iv selling property that has REAL MERIT:
for those who reason for themselves and compare notes as to values and advantages of
property we may offerover adjacent real estate. We are here to stay, have a due regard
for public opinion, and, in the end, find it more pleasant and profitable to recommend
such properties as have never failed to realize profit to purchasers. Among our best bar
gains are: J
First—An additional subdivision of 20 acres (the first 20 having been closed cut a (
lower flguresj.lots 60 feet front, wide streets, 1 mile eastof ourcity limits. Grand Viewo
mountains north, valley aud ocean south, portion of city west; perfectly level; the only
tract east of the city limits having its own reservoir. Besides, these lots nave anew well,
SO feet of excellent water, large windmill and tank for domestic purposes free. 820,0 <0 Is
now being expended under contract on grading Sec mid street alone, to be completed in 70
days. 50 acres have beeu donated for a magnificent college. It Is between the proposed
cable and electric roads (partly competed) not far from street cars now running. PRICE,
SiroPERLOT. Terms, S3O down and *lo monthly installments. No Interest. Valuable
developments w 11 be made within the next 30 days, after which prices will be advanced. '
Second—A beautiful tract of the choicest land for subdivision of 90 acres. A grand
view, nearly all level; no alkali or adobe laud; near ourcity limits; has an over-supply
of excellent water; ou the line of march of valuable improvements. ONLY 1400 PER
ACRE. Terms to suit.
Third—One of the choicest dairy farms iv this county, or unsurpassed for corn, alfalfa
and stock; 144 aores, 12 miles from tbe city, on railroad, all fenced: good improvements,
flowing wells; running stream; one-third in alfalfa. Agreat bargain. Terms to suit
We have all kinds of city and county property for sale.
felB-lm HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN, No 20 South Spring Street
ATTENTION, ARCHITECTS aid BUILDERS
Walter's Metallic Shingles are Unsurpassed. •
A LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ALWAYS.IN.STOCK
W. W. MONTAGUE & CO., ,
UO I nner .Vain Street, Eos Anjrele*, Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast ,
JOHN" J. JONES & C 0.,,
283 North Main Street, New Postofflce Building.
TNTENDING PURCHASERS OF ORCHARDS AND VINEYARDS, OR LANDS BUIT-
I able for raising fruit, will consult their interest by calling on US. Long residence
in this Slate, fsmili.rlty with its peculiar resources and climate, and long experience in
the RAISING OF FRUIT, enables us to supply such Information M«»jlggß »"« ,
investment. We have mauv bsrgains to offer, including CITY AND COLNTRY PROP- ,
sRIY, and we most respectfully solicit a call. We understand our business and can ,
please our customers. I
Palmdale Colony Lands from HUT to *25 per acre. '
Rightu on all Lands from Sin to 826 per acre.^_|
JOHN J. JONES & CO., I
883 North Main Street .'. New Po.tofflcc Building
LAWN MOWER, //
_E_s_E_S3-P _W_____3»—3 //
ON THE MARKET. (S_^__^^'^r^"^
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO., sfS^^^^^r
48 &SO N. MAIN ST. " r '
Boston Wall Paper House,
83 SOUTH SPRINO STREET.
'I'll I; BEST SELECTED STOCK OF PA PER lIANUIMiS IN THE C'ITV.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
H. J. SHOULTERS, Proprietor,
mU lm Formerly at I North Main street.
IH. G. ROLLINS & Co.,
No. 85 Temple Street.,
Dealers in Real Estate.
LARGE LIST OF CITY AND COUNTRY
REAL KBTATE FOR SALE.
JN. GREGORY, SOLE ART., CORNEK
. First end Main streets. Tbe trade sup.
plied. - jal 6m
Dry, Sparkling Champagne!.
A SUPERIOR WINE, j
made from U»c California Urape. \
Pricks—Quart •« *£•
Piut 1 00 •
SPECIAL TEBmITtO THE TRADE.
TUe Dry, Sparkling! Cnaiiipaarne
•b M. Spring; Street, Anarelea.
" MIDDLE-AGED ME.S who iaek vigor and
vitality can be cured by Gilmoro s Aromat
ic Wine. Eor aalo by C. F. Ueinzeman,
geut, Loh Angele*.
i jsjaßSw 3" »• ttmlM asjraaa,
}st*W pt7B|c|an aid
<4sW_ 11 >tui treating wtth
skill and snoeess all
Private, nervoqs ai»»
«H Hp c >IBOM 1 c Diseasms.
vDVT Nervous Debllltv, ln>
m WKo poteuoy, Sexual Decay.
Falling Memory, Weak Eyes, Downoeat
Look, Self-Distrust, Sainted Development.
Lack of Energy. Impoverished Bled. Pim
ples, Impediments to Mnrrlage, etc., perma
nent Iv, safely and privately cured.
Blood and Shin
Bone Pains. Swell'ng. Sore Throat, Mrnth,
Tongue, Ulcers, Old Sores, Effects of' Mer
cury, are cured for life.
Urinary Kidney, Bladder Troubles, Weak
UllUaiV, H»ck, Burning Urine, Inconti
nence receive prompt relief and cure.
ASM*** All unnatural discharges eared
promptly without hindrance to business.
No experiments. Both sexes consult confi
dentially. Age and experience ImpurUuu.
Dr, White's Success
Is based upon facts: First—Every c«»e la
especially studied, thus starting aright.
Second—Medicines are prepa'ed in onr
labo-a»ory exactly to salt each ease, thna
effecting cures without Injury.
sS_T*A friendly letter or call may save
future suffering and shame and add got flan
sT_F~Medicines sent everywhere steal*
from exposure. Hours, 9 a. m. to Br. at.;
Sundays, a to 12. BU_
w a loom a.
No. 7 Conieroal St
FREE TESTS ! !
"Carbolic Smoke Ball"
TRADE MARK J
The "SMOKE BALL," In connection wi
the "DEBELLATOH" (a purely vegetable
treatment), cures CATARRH, ASTHMA,
NEURALGIA, BRONCHITIS, CATARRHAL.
DEAFNESS and HEADACHE, SORB
THROAT, GRANULATED LIDS, BOB
EYES, and all HEAD, THROAT and LUNB
CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO.,
Nos. 3 ano 4, over 28 N. * print!
Street, l.os Angeles.
Week D.ys from 9 a. m. to 8 r. *.
BCNDAYB FROM 2 to 4 P. M.
tm~ SEPARATE APARTMENTS FOB
LADIES, who are requested to call between
the hours of 10 A. H. and 5 p. M. to avoid the
Something New I
NATURE'S OVH BK.IEBV
CADE'S SURE CURE f
For the euro of Scrafu'a, or King's Bvll,
and all scrofulous affections, Eruptions and
Cutaneous diseases, Erysipelas, Pimples,
Pustules, Blotches, Boils, Tumors, Tetter or
Salt Rheum. Scald Head, Ringworm, Ulcers
aud Sores, Rheumatic Pains in t..e Bones.
A positive cure for all Skin Diseases
caused hy old sickness, etc. For sale by W.
H. CADET, Box 234, Oakland, and
C . A. IscDOIIILL,
Drvqoist ano Apothecary,
271 North Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
THE PACIFIC INCUBATOR!
f t f^f t 9f GOLD MEDAL
At the BTATE FAIR SAC
r%\7 V J-fIVaKAMENTO, and st tbe
•mm TMya ir of ism, isss andfcse
fmjA / wHover all competitors astao
(Jnmi I!IiST Machins Mao*.
will hatch any kind ol
__e_SS" e ggj better than a hen.
PACIFIC COAST AGENCY for tbe celebra
ted SILVER-FINISH, GALVANIZKD WIRE
NETTING, the best and cheapest rabbit
preof fencing in tbe world. The WILSON
PONE and sUKi.L MILL and the AMER
IUAN MEAT CHOPPER. Poultry appli
ances of svery kind, and everyveriety of
Laud aud Water Fowls can be found
at the Oakland Poultry Yards, tne oldest
and largc-t establishment on the Paoiflo
Coast. The PACIFIC COAST POULTS B
EIW HtND BOOK and GUIDE, Price 40
cents Scud 2-cent stamp for illustrated OS.
page catalogue to tbe PACIFIC INCUBA
TOR CO.. 13471* Castro street, Oakland, CaL
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
INSTATE OF CLARA EMILIE ENGEL,
_ deceased—Notl«e is hereby given by
the undersigned administrator of the es
tate of Clara kmilie Engel, deceased, to the
creditors of, and all persons having claims
against, tbe said deceased, to exhibit tbem
with the necessary vouchers, within four
mouths alter the first publication of this
notice, to the undersigned administrator,
John G. filiate, at room 2, Allen Block, cor
ner of Hptlng and Temple streets, in tha
cite of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles,
and state ot California, bt ing the place for
transaction of the busine«s of said estate.
Dated at Los Angeles, 14th March, 1887.
lOHN G. GNASK,
Administrator of the estate of Clara Emilia
Kngel, deceased. mlo-Tc-W
EOS ANUEI.EB WsUE WOalALsj,
, ot plain and ornamental wire aaa
housesmith wor> of every description mada
to order. No, 114 South Spring street,
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