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DAILY HERALD. CITY OF FRESNO. Hie San Joaquin Valley Metropolis GREAT COMMERCI AL CENTER. The City of the Main Expriudina; in Wealth and Overflowing 1 with Prosperity. To a stranger approaching the town of Fresno, in Fresno county, on tbe swift, safe flying ears of the Southern Pacific Company, the appearance of seven or eight great, capacious warehouses aud miles of freight cars along the track suggest> the question "What are all these things for?" Bat on slighting irom the train and viewing the industries of the place the question is easily answered. Fresno is near tbsosnter of the San Joaquin val* •ley, 280 miles from Los Angeles in a northerly direction and 206 miles south oast of San Francisco, in a great agri cultural and pomological center without • riTaJ - It is tbe county seat, with a popula tion of 5800 oersone, baa an elevation like Los Angeles, of 300 feet above the ses; a busy, thriving population tbat is ..always ia a hurry and no loafers to hang around tbe corners of the streets. The inhabitants of the oity have more than doubled ia tbe lsat three yean, and .property has doubled in value within the last year. The city has a large, beautiful and im posing courthouse standing in a park of twelve acres in the center of tbe town. •It has a large and excellent public aohoolhouse, where 800 children are - instructed by eight teachers. Another house will soon be erected for the in creased accommodation of the schools. Nlae ohurch buildings afford smple facil ities for worship for the people. Four banks of loan and deposit with a capital of $1,300,000 afford all needful financial advantages to the citizens. MANCFACTORINO INTERESTS. The Fresno Milling Company has a ssspeib flooring mill with a motive power by water of 5000 cable feet of water per minute. It grinds by the roller pro. cess 200 barrels of flour per day, which are sent into various parts of the State and New Mexico and Arizona. It has also a Urge cannery and raisin (tacking house, an ice factory, a soap factory, gas works, publio water works, which give clear water from wells, two .planing mills and three lumber yards 'The warehouses are ample for the stor age of 2,000,000 bushels of grain, be aides wool, wine, raisins and flour in abundance. The city is supplitd with an opera house, m armory hall, 140x60 feet, and . a splendid Masonic temple. It has also -three very live newspapers, the daily -aad weekly Expotitor, published by the ever popular J, W. Ferguson; the Jtoaao (weekly) Democrat, published by ■J. H. Waggoner & Co., a very hand some journal, and the excellent Fresno Republican, by Messrs. Short & ohank- Ka, All these papers are doing noble work for Fresno city and county, and de serve an excellent support. Fresno has a fine military organiza tion called the Forsythe Guards. The -members are all picked men and are usually from 6 feet 10 inches to 6 feet 3 inches in height, under command of M. W. Mailer. Captain; S. S. Wright.First lieutenant, and D. 8. Snodgrass, Second Lieutenant. The company is the pride of the oity. RAILROAD LINKS AND BUSIXBSS. The Southern Pacific Company, between Los Angeles and San Francisco, pastes through the center of the orig nal townsite and derives a large business from this place. The freignt bills of this company at Fresno now anuuut to 940,000 per month. Two street railways are bow in contemplation and frsnchites bare been applied for. Oue will run in an easterly direction to tbe famous Barton vineyard and winery, and the other starting from the same point in tbe center of the business part of the city will extend southerly to the race track. The first line will be chartered as a dummy and the second as a horse-car line. Geo. W. Meade and Geo. L. Bradley, of San Francisco, and J. K. White, M. G. Churoh and VV. W. Phil lips are the incorporators. Geo. W. Meade & Co., who huve just established a large commercial house in Los Angeles, have purchased a luge amount of valuable real estate in tins city and will soon comtnCLCe the erec tion of a large brick hotel ou the corner of J and Tulare streets. A stock com pany headed by Thomas E. Hughes, will erect another similar hotel on the corner ot H aad Tulare streets. These two great, beautiful buildings will stand on neighboring corners on the same street. Their combined cost will reach 9300,000. A tire insurance company has just been started with a capital of $200,01)0, uud a lithographic company with a capital of $60,000. Sales of real estate iv the city are of daily occurrence aud are made at steadily advancing prices. A single sale oi $80,000 was made on Friday (18th) aud the purchaser thinks he sees 920,000 profit in the venture. Building operations are going on ou all •ides and tne town seems to ba having a genuine boom of a strictly legitimate nature. OTHER IMPORTANT PROJECT*;. A company baa been formed with a oapital of $50,000 to construct a V flume from tbe headwaters of King's river to Fresno, for sliding down the vast quan tities of pine lumber along that stream. A narrow gauge railway is also contem plated from Fresno to the pineries and toe stock and depot grounds have been secured and the line sarveyed. Still another connection is proposed between Fresno and the lumber and mining region aad that is for tbe Atchis.n, Topeka aad Santa Te railroad to extend its line 'westerly and northerly from Mojive to Walker's Pass and thence to Fresno and San Francisco. A company has also been formed here to make a canal navigable for canal tjoats and light draught steamers from the headwaters of the San Joaquin down over the plain, on the nortb of the oity, with facilities for irrigation as 'well as navigation. About a hnndred buildings, for residence and business purposes, are being erected in the city. Ths Fresno County exhibit in Los An geles is doing a good work in showing the products and prospects of this pare of ttte State. Mr. Firman Churcb, the Fresno agent in Los Angeles, is finding places for many hometeekera in Fresno. I A consideration of the imperial wealth of the conn'y will have to be given in a asperate article. In the matter of ho tels Fresno has the same number as it feat of churches, and embraces in the Urt the Grand Central, Soathern Pa «twe House, Oge House, Western Hotel, sjjfsri Hotel, Star Hotel, Aaoras Home, Tussnat Haass, snd Bass Hnasa. All as* well sssassad aad psoepsasas, aad ati the avstxdukats ia the oUr eaaeer to Iwaattsagsiea. Frsssta wU sees be a ft *%m laswtsiwasa LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 20. 1887. FORD & MYER, Real Estate and Loan Agency, Office In St. Llino Hotel, 849 North Main Street, Los Angeles. READ WHAT WE HAVE IN THE WAY OF REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS. main street, be. First and Second—Fine buslnew lots, per front loot.• TOO Spring- MrOet, bet. Fifth and sixth—Fine business lots, per front foot.. 333 fort street, bet Ninth and Tenth—Residence; 8 rooms; all modern.. Hill Street, net. ninth a,-d Tenth—Tbree elegant residences: all mod ern Improvements SSAOw, KMOOO, 12,000 Olive Street—Fine lv room mansion, furnished; cor. lot 00x166 18,000 ..rand Aveuue, bet. seventh and tenth—Five elegant houses from •oOOOto " 10,000 Two choice corner lot« Hope street, mar Temple—House of 6 rooms, Improved; lot 60x165; stone ws 1. cement walks, etc fit»*MJ Pearl Street—Two otiolce, lots, boih for ISOO Fine 'ot oruerof Sixth street 5500 flower Street. car. Ninth—Choice lot 150x165 DOOO Temple street—Fifty oholce lots: prices MIOOO to 7SOO Victor Avenue, m ar Temple—Three choice lots, 50x150: a bargain 1030 Angeleuo street, near Temple—House of 6 rooms, lot 50x150: choice lo cation 3MO L r nl«n Aveuue, near » ample- House of 8 rooms, fine lot 70x125: a bar gain; worth inspection 3100 AngoKno Heights—Fifty elegant lots: prices BMJOO to SOOO figueroa Street—Tract of 10 seres; a bariain; easy terms 7500 Adams Street—Five notes, suitable for subdivision HAOO Washington Tract, ou seventh street—Subdivided into lots; the cheapest tract in tho city Ella T.nc^—Five choice lots cheap larnell Tract, end of Second-street cable road—Fifty choice Jots; finest lo cation In th-. city MM to IMO Hoy It. Heights—Three tracts, by the acre, ISOO to flOOO: choice lots in every desirable looilltv; several flue residences; ouo Bmail cottage, fluo lot 75x180, highly improved IMO East Los Angeles—Some of the very choicest lots and some o' the very cheapest: one 12 aore tract, flue tor subdivision; slfo, some fine residences. Highland Park, Fasadena R R —Elegant suburban house, I acres: cottage of 6 rooms, S6000; one 3-Acre piece; ouo of 5 acres, cheap at, per acre 1000 Lincoln Park, Pas idensß R.—We have flue lots and acre tracts in this lo cality at very 1 w figures: also, beautiful residence property Pasadena -I: desirous of purchasing here, you will do well to call on us be fore going, as we have some choice bargains io offer. Dnarlc, The Queen Bee—One ranch of 5 acres, highly improved, with abund ance of water; one of 10 acres; one of 12 acres; one of 15 acres: one of 24 acres; one of 21 acres; < ne of 84: one of 44; oue of 138—these comprise Im proved aud unimproved places. Prices per acre $125 to 1000 Azuna—22K acres near new depot, with water, per acre H2.> San Uabrlel—Forty acres, with house, barn, trees, vines and fine well of water, per acre 850 Anaheim—Twenty six acres fine land, 22 shaies wster stock: a bsrgain: (125 per sere; 35 aores 1 mi proved, 8-year-old oranges, etc., one nine from center of town 1T,500 Long Heat It—Dairy, 40 seres; cows, horses, wagons, tools and all imple ments, and a good paying dairy route for sale, or will trade for city property, jpajp-lt will be to your advantage to inspect rome of the rare bargains we arc offer sr. Free Carriages to all places. Free railroad fare to purchasers of property outside of city. mr!6 MARVELOUS CHANGES. Wbsi Ike Future will he to Those who Refuse to Believe. Is this country unoonsciously undergo ing a wonderful change, is Ihe change to take place before we are aware of tbe fact, and when it has taken place will we wonder why we did not see it before it was too lati ! Those that see the changes early avail themselves early, aud thereby receive benefit. The shrewd iron man sees tho iron in terest tran-ferred from Pittsburg and Pennsylvania to Birmingham, Alabama, and in his far-sightedness sees the fur naces in Pennsylvania torn down and deserted for this new and prolific field. It is claimed by the iron men of Alabama that the low price at which iron osn be product d there will revolu tionize tbe iron interests of the world. We havo seen the grain-growing cen ters of this country shifted to the West. We have seen the pork-packing indus try flit from Cincinnati to Chicago, and from thence to Kansas City and Omaha. Southern cotton mills undersell New England and American markets, and challenge the world. We have seen and are seeing all this take place before our eyes, and know that other changes are taking place equally as prominent, and we wonder and we behold them. Ten years ago the insurance companies only required t>n analysis of the fluids when tliey were taking insurance for very large amounts. To-day no tirst-class company will insure any amount unltss they have a rigid analysis of the fluids pasjed, and if any traces of certain disorders are apparent, the application is rejected. In their re ports they show that ths death of sixty of every 100 people in this country, is due either directly or indirectly to such disorders. The Brompton Hospital for Consumptives, London, England, reports I hat sixty of every 100 victims of con sumption also have serious disorders of the kidneys. Among scientists for the treatment cf this dread malady the question is being discussed: " Is not this disorder tbe real cause of consumption?" Ten years ago the microscope w..s something seldom found in a physician's office; now every physician of standing has one and seldom visits his patients without calling for a sample of fluids for examination. Ami' SEMENTH. GRAND OPERA HOUSE, Main street, bet First and Second. H. C. WYATT Manager IW-SPECIAL EKSAGEMEKT^S Commencing, Monday, March 21st, The Pyke Opera Company, INCLUDING MISS J EAN ft IE WINSTON MIS* LOUISE MANFRED, MISS TELI.ULA KVANs* And tbe Popular New York Comedian, ' MP.. LOUIS De LANOE, Together with a Full Company and Chorus, j 40 IN ALL 40 IN a Series of New Operas ! REPERTOIRE. Monday Prints Methi'SALEM Tuesday Queen's Lace Handkerchief Wednesday The Oath or Love Thursday.'. Boccaccio Friday Prince Mithusaleh ] Saturday Matinee THE OATH of Love 1 Saturday Night Beggar btudemt POPULAR PRICES. Reserved seats II 00 Admission 50 •TssT-Seats on sale Friday, March 13th. mrlV td GRAND OPERA HOUSE, Main street, bet. First snd Second. 11. C. WYATT Manager SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT! Five NltTttia and One matinee, COMMENCING TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 16, 1887, or ... AMERICA'S GREATEST ACTRESS, CLARA MORRIS! Under the Management of MR. FRANK L. GOODWIN, ..AND.. SUPPORTED BY MR. HENRY MILLER And an Excellent Company, IN THE FOLLOWING REPERTOIRE i Tuesday Evening Camii.le Wednesday Eveuiugther new play) Rsnke Thursday Evening.' L'article 4" Friday Evening Miss Multon Saturday Mitinee The New Magdalen Saturday Evening Engaged By Frank L. Goodwin's Dramatic Com t any. PRICES : Reserved Seats, Dress Circle aud Par quet 11 50 Admi-slou 1 TO Reserved Seals, Balcony 75 Admission (0 opens Friday, March 11th. sal WASHINGTON GARDENS OSTRICH FAB.H, Cat- BIRDS NOW ON VIEW Admission, 25 Cents. Why all this? Is it possible tbat we of the present generation are to die of diseases caused by kidney disorders? or shall we master the cause by Warner's safe cure, the only recogoiztd specific, and thus remove the effects? It is es tablished beyond a doubt that a very large percentage of deaths in this coun try are traceable to diseased kidneys. For years the proprietors of Warner's safe cure have been insisting that there is no sound health when the kidneys are diseased, and they enthusiastically press their specific for this terrible disor ler upon publio attention. We are contin ually hearing its praises sounded. This means wonders! Cannot the proprietors of this great remedy, who have been warning as of the danger, tell us how to avoid a dis ease tbat at first is so unimportant, and ia so fatal In its termination? Are we to hope against hope, and wait without our reward? The most significant of all changes, however, that we of to-day can note is this radical change of view to which the public has been educated. It was for merly thought tbat tbe kidneys were of very small importance; to-day, we be lieve, it is generally admitted that there can be no such thing as sound health in any organ if they are iv the least degree deranged. They Never Fail. California's scenery cannot be surpassed In tbe world, with her beautiful evergreen valleys and her continuous snow capped mountains. Abietene Is produced on one of the mountains that intervene between the two. It has been demonstrated beyond tbe possibility of donbt that Abietene has great medicinal properties, both as sa external and Internal remedy, and we also claim we have in ABIETKNE COCOH BALSAM, AB IETENE OINTMENT, FRYER'S ABIE TENE snd Abietene and Verba Santa Cough Candy, remedies that never fail. Sec circu lar with each remedy. Sold by C, F. Heinzeman. IMPOTENCY in Man or Woman cured by Qilmore's Aromatic Wine. CF. Heinzeman agent, Los Angeles, A NASAL INJECTOR free with every bottle of Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles. If y v want a good appetite drink Dam! ana Bitters Michel Levy <£ Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. ajfen* THE GREAT ASIE SYMPTOMS; covered with a brown fur; pain in the back, sides, or joints—often mistaken for Rheumatism; sour stomach; loss of appetite; sometimes nausea Had waterbrasli, or indigestion; flatulency and Jicid eructations; bowels alternately costive ami lax; headache; loss of memory, with a painful •ensation of having failed to do something which. ijught to have been done; debility; low spirits; .i thick, yellow appearance of the skin and eyes , a dry cough: fever; restlessness; the urine isscanty and high-colored, and, if allowed to stand, deposits a sediment. ■mm Lira regulator (PURELY VEGETABLE) '* generally used in the South to arouse the Torpid Liver to a healthy action. It acts with extraordinary eUlcacy on tho TIVER, 3 KIDNEYS, A and BOWELS. AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR Malaria, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Jaundice, Nausea, Colic, Mental Depression, Bowel Complaints, Ktc, Etc., Etc. Endorsed by the use of 1 Millions of Bottles, as THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE For Children, for Adults, and for the Aged. SAFE TO TAKE IN AHY'cOHDITION OF THE SYSTEM I J. H.ZEILIN & CO., IOLi rsopßi etofs, PHILADELPHIA, PA. PRICE, ai.oo HALL'S 3ARSAPARILLA Cures all Diseases originating from a disordered state of tne BLOOD oi LIVES. Eheumatisrn, Neuralgia, Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula, rumors, Salt Eheum and "(Mercurial Pain* readily yield to its purifying iroperties. It leaves the Blood pure, he Liver and Kidneys healthy and he Complexion bright aud clear. J. R. CATES & CO. Proprietors, >17 SanscneSr. R.w Fr^™- Si we cordlsM, reromnend your**.. tlifit>eit r.me.iy m U9Mrc mrm * Mn to v* foi Gonof rlnra MwMmWt TO S and f.leel. W. km sold could*.. aWawSMMn. W able, aadte tvmy cow it mtm **"**" kugi.n uttshctlca. M-" — ■ Atastt *> Utk. Hadaaa.lt. T. asMty" usam \ mcs tut, Take the Main-s;-eet car*, which stop st the gate. CAWSTON & FOX, Lessees. Dr. He iil^ This is an era when much attention Is being given to questions bearing upon physical health. Americans have long ago earned the title of being a race of dys peptics, snd numberless formulas have been prepared to eor-ect tbe various dis eases of the stomach, but the real panacea has been found in Dr. Henley's Celery, Heef and Iron. It combines so many vir tues that if tbesys'em is not entirely dis abled by disease a practical care Is sure to follow It Is tbe greatest nervine known, a blood tonic and lnvlgorstor. All drug gists sell It. Notice to the Public. MY WIFE, MARIANA OUT MET T, HAV |W ing left my bed and board, I will here-. after not be responsible tar any debts eon treated by bar. JUAN #UIttETT. Los Angeles, starch 10.1887. mrll-iot MAMMOTH AUCTION SALE OF THE Famous Pellissier Tract! AT THK TERMINUS OF The Celebrated Electric Railway! RUNNING REGULARLY, AND NOW A GRAND SUCCESS, ON Wednesday, March 23, 1887, at II A. M„ on the Premises. BY ORDER OF THE LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU, (A Corporation), Will sell the above well-known desirable property, now subdivided in 20S Beautiful Building Lots. EASTON <fc ELDRIDGE, - - - Auctioneers. «s*St*A Fine LUNCH will be served on the ground at the commencement of the sale. This beautiful tract of land is bounded by Ninth, Pieo, I_ and O streets. The soil cannot be surpassed for productiveness; the view and climate is unequaled. Don't fail to attend this mammoth sale and secure a lovely home. This is a grand opportunity of purchasing a HOME from $100 to $300, on easy terms, close to business on Electric Railway. TERMS.—One-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months; interest on deferred payments IO per cent. w Any information required will be given by GEORGE W. ERIHSTK, President of The Los Angeles Land Bureau, No. 20 West First Street, Los Angeles. nifsCELLANEOVs. DOOTTTS SCCCEBB IN CURING DISEASES, WE must in truth, say, has been most re markable. Hts kind and honest dealings with his patients is especialty to be com mended. We take pleasure in recommend ing; him as a gen'.lemsn 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 be has ny equal west of Chicago. So, ladles and gentlemen, sive him an early call, and you will not be disappointed. 8 R HEAL. Office— S. Spring St., Loa'Angeles, Cal. jyB-tf. HEAL ESTATE. Ela Hills Tract Lots in this 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 Chance Will Occur Again! THEItE ARE LOTS TO SUIT ALL Prices to Stilt Every Purse. The locality cannot fail to rapidly in crease in value, now that two cable roads are assured for East Los Angeles. 4W-TITLE PERFECT. tjOl T. K. ROWAN 114 N. Spring Btreet C. A. SUMNER &CO —14 N. Spring Street GEO. W. JOIINBTON, Cor. of Downey aye. and '1 nomas st. mrrj-lm Southern Headquarters JACKSON'S NAPA SODA SPRINGS! A Pure mineral Water Bottled In Its Own l»u*. ANALYSIS OF THE WATER. Temperature Fahrenheit. GBdgs Residue lrom the evaporation of a gallon — 68.76 grs Bicarbonate ofltod* 18.12 Carbonate of Magnesia 26.12 Carbonate of Lime 10 83 Chloride of Sodium 6.20 Subcarbouate of Iron .7.84 Sulphate of Soda 1.84 Sillclous Acid 0.62 Alumina 0.60 TESTIMONIALS. We, the undersigned physicians, practic ing in the city of Han F.'anclsco, have ex amined the result of the analysis made by Dr. L. Lanszweert, practical chemist, of the water of Napa Soda Springs of Nana. 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: 11. M Gray. A. F. Bawyer, John F. Morso. Arthur B. Stout, William O. Aycrs, H. Gibbons, Chas. Rertcdy, F. A. Kolman. A. J. Bo» ie, J. P. Whitney, J. Fourgeaud, W. F. McNutt. HO First Street. Nadeau Block, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Supplied at Residence. JoHUt GARDE MAHONY, Agent. llnnnnArl RESTORED. Remedy V 111 tlflAH Free, a vic-im of youth -IUU.IIIIUUU f"l imprudence, causing prcmaturo decay, nerv ous debility, lost manhood, etc., having tred In vain every known remedy, has dis. covered a simple self-cure which he will send FKKE to his fellow sufferers. Address C. J. MASON, I'ostomoe box 3170, Now York City. pacific Ooasl THE OVERLAND MONTHLY COMPANY J ' Central Offices 415 Montgomery St. •f \ San Francisco. Southern California ' Office, Baker Block Los Anjrelea. C.A. SUMNER & CO., Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 14 North Spring Street. WE HAVE FOR SALE: 105 acres wltbln city limits 860,000 80 acres In oranges; will guarantee BW.OOO in a subdivision... 66.0Q0 10 acres, with house and orchard; near cable road i O . OOO Lot 60x135, on Eleventh street, on very easy terms Corner lot 60x150 on Downey avenue.. 1300 Lot 50x175 In Ellis tract; l A cash ■ ■ 900 U acres near Ostrich Farm; good house and improvement* l^.uuo HOUSES IN ALL PABTB Ot THE CITY. Lots Everywhere ! Plenty of serfage property for subdivision. Farms to trade or purchase on time. gmf Wo do a Strictly Commission Busi ness and do not 0017 ' 14 North Spring Street. LADIES, Is life and health worth preserv ing? If you think no. use Glhnore't Aro matic Wine. C. F. H sins email, agent, Los Angeles. E. T. BRYANT. H. A. BRANSCOH. TgBYANT & BBANSCOM, RED STAR LIKE TRANSFER CO., 236 North Main Street, Baker Block. o GGA ? E AND Freight handled with Care Special attention given to the removal of Pianos and Organs. Telephone No. 401. L. M. JEWETT, Superintendent. Stockholders' Meeting. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT bolder e . re „ , , il .V b<; Q ,l "I? 6 "o*'0*' 91 tbe BtOck T 521^i.".i 0 ' ,he Southern California Loan SpKBAY evening, April S i o clock p. M., st the ball of the M^SfS? 04 °* Locomotive Engineer, No .•t\h 0 .V n * P u n >0M of »<>optlDg By l^ w , , i or . Ule A »«ocUtlon. and for the trans action of such other business as may prop erly oom* before the meeting. _ GEO. GREGG, President. Chas. Hoknbick. Secretary. Los Angeles, March 17,1887. mISJw MEDICAL. UEOIOAL. Santa Abie, Pleating to tbe Palate and Death to a Cough. Calico, Gal.—l have had the Catarrh for Aye years aud oould hardly talk plain; I could not breathe through my nostrils. Your California Cat-R-Cure has cleared out my head and I out talk plainer now than I have for tho past five years. Yonr medicine la ' all It Is represented, an nbaoluta cure for Catarrh and cold iv the head. Yours truly, Ch»klbso. Ovihshinib, Woorlako, Cal.—Your medicines are sell ing better than auy other sheif goods, and give satisfac ion to all purchasers. The Cat It Cure Is praised very highly by all who have tried it,, ftrd many cases have been greatly benefited by Its use when all other remedies tried havo proved of no benefit. Yours truly, PuND & Lawson. FoLsoM.Cal —I used Butte-TTne in chronic rheumatism with great benefit. Please send asupplyto J. W. Haines. (>»noa, Nev., And oblige yours truly, F. fl, Durant, M. i>. Stf HANTA AWE Is only tod In large bottles at tl; throe for m .-*>. Sold by all wholesale and retail druggists. THEY ARE GOING! AND Don't You Forget It. WHAT P THOSE BEAUTIFUL LOTS IN The Bliss Tract. For aBOO to SSOO I can give you lots 60x160, on the right side of the streets, and within fifteen minutes' walk of the postoftlce. Oo out two miles and you have to pay 50 to 100 per cent. more. Why do 1 this, when the new depots, shops and rail roads will enhanoe 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 in a short time to ad vance prices at least 10 percent. The home stead, with two lots, covered with magnifi cent trees snd shrubbery, for only fMCO, one-third down. Cell on me at Childress Bank. ready at all times. fl9-lm H. P. LANTZ, Trustee. MEDICAL. CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE. The Only Guaranteed Cure tor Catarrh, ( olds In tbe Head, Hay Fever, Rose Cold, Catarrhal Deaf ness and Sore Eyes. Restores the sense of taste and smell, removes bad taste and un pleasant breath, resolt from Catarrh. Easy and pleasant to u«e. Fo low directions and a oure is warranted. Send for circular to ABIETINE MEDICAL CO , „, . Orovllle, Cal. Six Months' Treatment tl; by Mail $1.10. SANTA ABIE aid CAT-R-CURE! „S?S»T-Sold by 0. H. HANUE. 77 au~ l» Mortn Spring street. /BSr-M. A. NEWMARK & CO.. Wholesale Depot. lv New Store! New Firm! FRESH STOCK! Geo. D. Kenyon, GROCER, 161 south Spring; St., I.o« Angele*. On or about MONDAY, March 2 st, I will nptn my new sore, ltd South Spring street, with a full lino of FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, WHICH I WILh SELI, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PKICI S. It shall be my aim to satisfy the public in quality and price. Cs%T~(ionds delivered frkk of charof. to any part of the city, and orders soliciteC. In ordering by telephone prompt delivery is guaranteed. The public Is cordially invited to call and examine my stock and prices. Telephone No. 619 -rarlß-lnt GEORGE D. KENYON. LAND FOR SALE! A AAA ACREfJ OF LAND IN THE ■*UUU Santa Maria valley. All farming land, fenced ready for cultivation. Artesian Weil With good How ot water, 175 feet deep. Only three miles from the depot. Price S3O per acre. One-third cash, balance In four yearly payments, at 7 per cent. Interest per an num. Apply to the SANTA MARIA LAND BU REAU, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara county, Cal. Seel map at office of J. B. HALLOW AY, 49 Temple block. Loa Angeles. mrlS-lm STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. OFFICE OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC Railroad Co., San Frsnoisoo, March 17, 1887.—The annual meeting of the stockhol ders of the Southern PsciOo Railroad Company for tbe election of dlreotors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business H may bs brought be fore the meeting, will be held at the office of tbe company in the elty of San Fran cisco, Bute of California, on Wednesday, thsjgth. day of AP^[^ l lVc o u?|! OCk mit-td Secretary.