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CARLISLE TERRY, JR.
An Obituary Publlenod In HI- Home Paper. The following beautiful obituary of Carlisle Terry, Jr., who Tor so long had charge of the Magnetic Observatory in this city, and who died at hij home in Columbus Goorgia, on tho 10th inst., is published in a paper of that city. It was written by a tornier classmate of Mr. Terry. His last hours on earth were cheered and brightened by tbe tender minister ii.g. of bis p rents and only lister, and thu dt voted attentions of the friends ol his boyhood and youih, in whose heurts his uulile iraits of miud and charactei had influenced an affection too strung aud lnstt. g to be weakened by (be long [Separation incident to tne pursuit of hi, profession iuw<y«iaut lands. His life, cut short by his oevoti >v to the dv ies of his profess on. Ims been oue of con stant uctiou, and his marvelous progress in the science to wbieii be was so de voted warrau's the belief that a futur* of gnat prominence in tbe soieu ifie world would nave rewarded his labors hud bo been spartd. Iv ountempUtiug his life ami achieve ments we are struck with admiruli >n; in recalling bis warmth of heart anil gentleness of disposition we are melted to tears; at home, at college and in bis fields of labor he was esteomtd and be loved hy all win whom he was associat ed. Bim in 1851, the stormy duys of war came on juat at the time wbeu tbe ground mrk of au education should bave een laid; after scant preparation tor such studies, as be showed decided i mathematical taleut, he was matriculat ed at the University of Georgia for the course of oivil engineering; here he may ' be said to have commenced life in ear- \ nest, and to have entered on a career which through hia high muutal endow- < ments, his d. voiion to duty aud bis phe- < nomenal powers of concentration and application is rarely equaled in bril- I liancy and success. Chafing under tbe j restraints and loss of time incident to a curriculum prepared for the training of j an average miud, he soon asked permit- i aiun of the faculty lo complete the course in half tho usual time by oarry- ' ing on simultaneously the studies of the J junior and seuior clas'ea. His wonder | tul mathematical talent induced the fac ulty to accede to his request, and as a j result we see him uot only graduating ' as civil and mining engineer at the In i d , of the seuior class, but cirryiugiff the j special medal for applied mathematics, i which required a standard of txcellence so high that it had not been attained by any aspuait for eigbt years previously. Hiving completed tbe course, be re turned home with his diploma and bis honors so nobly won and co grace fully borne, for a few mouths' much-needed rest, for tbe mental strain of his brilliant collegiate cireer had told visibly on his not over strong constitution. His first prac ical work in his proiession wis on tue Georgia State geological survey. After one year iv tins seivice he entered tha United States coast survey, where bis promotion was steady and rapid. His skill and quick perceptions qualified bim peculiarly tor astronomic*! work. He was ordered on longitude dutytovaii ous parts of the United States, from Florida to Omaha, Kansas and other dis tant points. When it becime necessary to select some one to take oliarge of tbe magnetic observatory at Los Angeles, Cal., he was aelected for Ihisexceedingly delicate an 1 important work after a careful canvass of the qual.ticatiuus ot many candidates. So important was ii that the work iv which he was now en gaged should go on continuously, tbat notwitbstandu g hia now rapidly faifng health, he would never allow it to be interrupted for a Bingle day. On his finally applying for relief and obange to work le a confining, nearly twrlve m mths elapsed b fore a qualified succes sor oould be found. VVhen he was kt last relieved he wrote to bis parents, "1 would have resigned long since but I felt in honor bound, like a soldier, lo stay until a successor Bhould come to relieve me." With a sublime heroiam and self saortice be had devoted himself to his dutitS re..mlless of hia d • cliuii g atreng h, until dually wben relief oumt fc came too lute to admit of his recupeia liou but barely in time to enable him to reach home—that sacred spot ao un speakably dear to tbe weary wandertr in strange lauds, and so doubly deur to one ol Cai I sle's iffectionnte and u< ntle tempo: tm nt. During all tbe fifteen yeaia of absorbing work in far distant regions hia devotion lo hia parents, his sister and his home was a binntiful nnd proinineut feature of his life, which served as a c imfort acd soloes to them in his long absence, and a tafegu ird lo him while beyond ihe healthful influence of tbeir iresei'Ce, ai d enabled him to say, during his Inst illness, "In all my wandtiioga I can siy toyou I have at ver done anything I would have been un willing for mother to see." It is uot strange that after such a life, when in his last bouis he b ide farewell and gave eaoh deur one tbe final amhruce, be shuull bave raised his c'a'ped bauds to say; "Lord, have mercy upo i me, a an ncr; pardon my sins 'tin! save mo for tbe sake of thy Son, my Savior." And as with a loving smile be g zed on his dear ones, assured them, "I know in whom I trus ; I am perfectly safe, perfectly safe; I have no fear." For a time after his return home his health seemed to improve, and his friends were encouraged to hope for his oompltte restoration, and t but he would be spared to complete a life so auspi ciously commenced, of usefulness in hia profession, uf got d to bis fellow man and of j iy to family aud friends; but the sad result proved tbat an all-wise Provi dence hud deoreed otherwise. The strain on his neves and life's oords had been too great and continous io admit the re covery of their lone. Extremo prostra tion set in and calmly and peacefully his young life ebbed away until, among those he li ved so well, his soul left its earthly tenement surrendered in the faithful diseh irge of duty. The bright ening of hia eyes and seeming return of viLor to his body during Ins last few weeks or. earth had proceeded from Ihe joyous throbbings of a pure and noble spirit, yearning to cast off its ma'eri 1 shackles and wing its flight to its U'd in the heaven of etornal reat. L H. C. The most Beautiful Women, The dawn of early youth graces her check", lightly colore 1 with a bluish-red tinge, for this effect tho ladies of Call oruia stand pre-emiuent, yet it has been hinte" thitOam-lllne, first known >o them, is the secret whicn preserves and beautifies thoir complexions. A New Lumber Yard das been established by the Bchallert-Gs lahl Lumber Company on Washington .treel, nearly opposite the Washington Gar leu, where they will keepa full 1 ne of all linds of lumber and building material. Dyspepsia Cured. Heartburn, indigestion or dyspepsia cured by that excellent remedy, "Mother Cary's Dyspepsia Powders." Never have been known to full. For sale by C. H. Hance successor io Preuss A Hance), and Ellis & Co Los Angeles. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath se ured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem edy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injeotor free. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los Augeles. Damiana Bitters makes the old young and the weak strong aud healthy. M. Levy & Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's VHallzer Is guaranteed to cure you. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles. Damiana Bitters regulate tne stomach Michel Levy Si Co., wholesale liquor deal ers, agents. THE WIFE, MOTHER AND MAID who suffer from Feinul •■ Weakness will find Gil mo-e's Aromatic Wine a positive cure. For Bale by C. F. Heinzcmau, agent, Los An geles. If y v want n good appetite drink Dami ana Bitters Michel Levy Si Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. ANSON HOUGH, of Blackberry, 111., says he owes his Ufa 'o Gilmore s Magnetic Elix ir. Try It. Fo. sale by C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles. A positive cure for dyspepsia -Damiana Bitters. Michel Levy Si Co., wholesale liq uor dealers, agents. SLEEPLESS NIGITS, mnde miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is tho remedy for you. C. F. Heiuzemau, agent, Lus Angeles. All respcclable dealers keep Damiana Bit ters. Michel Levy it Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. Ayer's Hstr Vigor stimulates the hair cells to healthy ao ion, and promotes a vigorous f rowth. It contains all that can be supplied to mako the natural hair beautiful an,d abundant: keeps tbe scalp free from dan druff, prevents the hair from beiomlng dry and harsh, and makes it flexible and glossy. Bt. .TannbsOll is tho safost and best. Red Star Cough Cure the same. T « BEnaOWW ANDDKAI-^B. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MAIICH 23. 1887. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF Lo- Ange'es—ln tho matter of tho estate of William E. Bay ey, dccc sed—Notice for &iblioation of lime for proving will, eto. ntlce is hereby given that Monday, the Wttb day of March, 1887, at 10 o'clock a. m of said day, at the courtroom of this court. In said county of Lob Angeles has been ap pointed for hearing the application of Mary Barrßsyley prating th»t a document now on file in this court, purporting to be the last will and lostameot of William E Bay ley, deceased, be admitted to probate, and thatle t»rs test- ment«ry be Issued thereuu to said Mary B«rr Bnvlev, at whioh time aud place all persons interested therein may appear anrt contest the same. Dated March 16,1887 i C. H. DUNSMOOR, County Clerk. By L. J. Thompson, Deputy. mrl7 td NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN. BREECH-LOADING SHOTGUNS, Just received from Europe. The fines' stock of tbe best ir alters in the world, and at prices which we defy compe tition on the Pacific Coast. Double Barrel Breech-Loa lng Shotguns from 111 up to $350 c. eh. All guns gnarsn eed Also, a full line of Rifles, Pistols, Gun Material ano Ammunition of all descriptions, American and English. Repairing of the finest class and chockboring a specialty. Sportsmen's Headquarters, ill Main St. sistf H. iLOTTEIIHECK. Pioneer Transfer Co., Bagage Delivered to All Parts of the Oity. NO. 3 MARKET ST.. TELEPHONE 137. EcLain & Lelisaii, Proprs. lanm-tf TOYSI An entirely new and very complete stock of Toys and Holiday Goods Will be ready for exhibition on or about December sth, at 111 North Spring St., Next to City of Paris. LAZARUS & MELZER, n29tf Los Angeles. HAS NjW KOK HaLK AI'PATaLUM*, i al. a splendid lot of Norman Horses just Imported from France;the best lotever brought to the const Intending purchasers will save money hy calling c or addressing H. WILBEY, or JAS. A. PERRY, Proprietor, Petaluma, Cal, Send for catalogue. 26-d&w'm Cure for Piles. PILES are frequently preceded by a sense of weight In the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to sup pose he hasßome affection of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, un easiness of tho stomach, etc. A molßtnro like perspiration, producing a very diss greeable Itching, after petting warm, is s common attendant. Blind, bleeding and Itching piles yield at once totho application of Dr. Bossnko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upou the parts affected, ab-orhing the tumors, allaying the intense itching, nnd effecting a permanent rue Price 60 cents. Address the 80-anko Medicine Co., r-iqua, O. Sold by E F. Heinzeman. Abietene Ointment. ABIETFNE is produced in the northern part of Butte county, Cal.. and combining with it Vaseline and other Therapeutic igents, we challenge the world to pr"d'iee inythiug to equal A BIK'IENF. OIN 1 M Nl foroldsoroß. Ulcers. Ball Rheum, Corns, Chilblains, Fever Sores, Cli pped Bands, Cancers, Burns, Ring Worms, Bleeding, Blind, Itching and Ulcerated Piles and nil eruptions of the Skin. Price H cents. Sold by C. F. Heinzeman. NERVE-I.IFE AND VIGOR restored in men and women by using i.llmo c's Are na .tic Wine. For sde by C. F. Heinzeman, agen*, Los Angeles. The Mexican remedy for diseases of the kidneys and bladder is Damiaua Bitters. Michel Levy 4 Co., wholesale rates. MIDDLE-AGED ME"* who lack vigor snd vitality can be cur d by Gilmore's Aromat c Wine. For Bale by C. F. Heinzeman, geut, Lob Angles. Ladles who are troubled with cramps an. nervousness Bhould drink Damiana Bitters It Is pleasant to take. WHY WILL YOU BCFER from Ague and Malarta wheu Gllmore's Aromatic Wine will cure you.—C. F. lltluzeman, agent, Los An geles. JAMES SULLIVAN, of Salem, Oregon, says he was cured of the Asthma b- Gll more's Magnetic Elixir. For sale by C. F Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles. DR. FREELAND, of the M. E. Churoh, says thai t*o bottles of Gilmore's Ar matlo Wine cured h's wife of Nervous Debility and Sleeplessness X r sale by C. F. Heinze man, agent, Los Angeles. MR. A. HIGGINS, of Wyomlug. N. V., says he had the plies for nearly 40 years, nnd was cured by using Gilmore's Pile Specific—C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An geles. SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what you need for Consttpitlon, Loss of Appet te, D'zzi □ess, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 snd 75 cents per bottle. C. F. Heinzeman, igent, Los Angeles. WILLIS L. CUT VT R, of Pavilion, N. V., says that (Jilmore's Ma netic Elixir cured him of a longst«no ng Throat an I I.urg tioubie C. F. HEINZEMAN, Agent, Loa Augeles. CKOITP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron ;hltis immediately rel'eved by Shiloh's Cure. C. K. Heinzeman,agent. Los Augeles. L.TJBIBEK YARDS. J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY, Lumber Dealers, i HANOI A' TUBERS OF Doors, Windows. Blinds. Stairs, STAIR RAIL, BALLUBTERS V Newell Poßts, and m'll wor* of every de scription, ancrdealers in Lime, etc. 538 Alameda St„ Eoe Angeles. KEPCKKOFF-CUZNER Hill and Lustier Dompany. Manufacturers of and dealers in Lumber, Doors, Blinds, Windows B ASTERN OAK, ASH, HICKORY, WALNUT AND POPLAR And a Eanoy Parquetry Floo of hird-woof a specialty. IND ALL KINOS OF MILL ■ OlUt rsrd and Mill, corner Alameda & Mcy 8u Telephone Nn. 8. P.O. Boat 9" n>-26tf PERRY MOTT & CO.'S LUMBER YARDi AND PLANING MILLS NO. 76 COMMERCIAL STREE i Willamette Steam Mills Lumbering & Manufacturing Company, Formerly the Oregon Lumber Company. Oregon Pine and nailtornla Redwood LniDei Of every description at their new yard On late. Cnavez and Mission streets, *le have a fine stock of LATH H, PIO (CUTS SHINGLES and FINISHING LUMBER of a superior quality. We aro also prepared to till orders on then lotice for bu ding materials of overy de oviptlon. Particular attention paid to ordera for nn sua! lengths nud dimensions. Orders solicited. ! Nervous Ueblllly, Seminal Weak, ne™, mhsu.t.d' Vitality,, •o«l Man hood, and all the terrible effects ol " self-abuse and excesses in maturer years, 1 snch as nocturnal emissions, i< ss of mem ory, dimness of vision, aversion to aociety, , the vital fluid passing unobserved In the ) urine, and other symptoms that lead to in sanity and death. Vonns and Middle. ' iiaa d Men Buffering from the above, ! should consult us at once. Cure Ounr. • an iced In all Camea. t.onsiilla. 1 lion tree. Chemical analysis. Including i thorough microscopic examination of the a urlue,ss. An honest opinion given In all B eases We lurnlsh Tl»e Ureal F.ns;ll.h ! Sernedy, Sir Astley Cooper. VI. tatl Restorative at $3 a bottle or foui " times the qiiantHyJlO. sssisjtl SAMPLE HOfTLE » KEE c to sny one stating aymptpma. am and age Z Address ENWI.iSH MEDICAL DIS. PeTaH V, No. II Kearny Street, Nan Francisco. Cal. dt COOKE & WISEMAN, „ BOOK BINDERS. BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY t 7S N. Sprimr St.. L»« Anrolos. Oct* tf ! ~ PHILLIPS Ponnlar Plea«nre Parlies for all r paints East I Leav* Loa Angeles March 10 and S\ April 14 and '28 Call ou or andress A. PHILLIPS ACO■ \M N Main St.. Ina Angeles, ml-lm 5 MRS. A. BTKAUS, U ILOBIST, AT HER RESIDENCE, 129 N. CHARITY a reet, near Temple, la prepared to "• iwrnlah Floral Suppllea, All designs snd Bouauets tor Weddings, Funerals, etc., at lowest prices. Ordera promptly attended to. P.0.80x714. Telephone 161. mrt-ln A Safeguard. The fatal rapidity with which slight . Colds and Coughs frequently develop into tho gravest muladits of the throat and luu','s,'is a consideration which should Impel every prudent person to keen at 1 hand, an a "household remedy, n bottle of AVER'S CHKBRY PECTORAL. Nothing else gives sutliiimncdiute relief and works so sure :t cure in all affections | of this class. That eminent physician. Prof. F. Swectzer, of the Maine Medical School, Brunswick, Me., says:— 1 "Medical science has produced no of-.3r nno. dyne expectorant so good as AVER'S Cherry Pectoral. It is Invaluable for diseases of the throat and lungs." The same opinion is expressed by the I well-known Dr. L. J.Addison, of Chicago, 111., who says :— "I havo never found. In thirty-five years of continuous study and practice of medicine, any preparation of so great value as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, for treatment of diseases ot tne throat and lungs. It not only hrcaks up co ds nnd cures severe coughs, hut is more effective than anything else in relieving even the most •eriouß bronchial and pulmonary affections. AVER'S Cherry Pectoral Is not a new claimant for popular confi dence, but a medicine which is to-day saving the lives of tbe third generation who have come into being since it was first offered to tho public. There is not v household in which this invaluable remedy has once been in troduced where its use has ever been abandoned, nnd there is not a person who has ever given it n proper trial ' for nny throat or lung disease suscep tible of cure, who has not been made well by it. AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL has, in numberless instances, cured obatlnato cases of chronic Bronchitis, Laryngitis, and even acute Pneumonia, and has saved many patients in the curlier stage* of Pulmonary Consumption. It is a medicine that only requires to be taken in small doses, is pleasant to the taste, und ia needed in every house where there are children, as there is nothing ao good as i AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL for treat i ment of Croup nnd Whooping Cough. These are all plain facts, which can be verified by anybody, and should be re membered by everybody. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, PREPARED BY ' Sr. J. C. Ayer te Co., Lowell, Macs. Sold by all Druggists. JN. GRECORY, 80LE AOT., CORNER . First and Main streets. The trade sup plied. i"l Km . m wo cordlltty recommend gourd the best remedy aTEBBTV.r.otMd i,i ul We 1...«e sold consider. " Jiff eVoMSlrlotaM.■ •ble..nclln c.cry cut It B nrdooij s, is. Alec-tt A LUfc, ' HudAoo.N. V. by Dnsfisn. \ rue* ci.cc. raiSCßtyfLANKOirs. .. The Dry, SparMing~Cliai?ipagne MANUFACTURING COMPANY Ol' LOS ANUGLEii, Offer for Sntsciplion $30,000 of its Capital LM at SHARES $100 EACH. , j Prskiornt DR. HAMILTON GRIFFIN, I M«u itinc Hirecor nl Tne Carbolic Smoke BhII Co Los Augeles, i si. ViCE-PRKSiiENT COLONf L C. li. HOWLAND, ' ■secretary of tbe Hr-etr c Railway Los Angeles. 1 Dimtcroß NATHAN Cul.K. JR , Journalist, Los Angeles. ' DihKCTok I W. GREEN, Postina-ter, Los Anaeles. < ) irkctor J. 8 CH »i WICK, "Domeatc" 8»wl g Machine Company. 11 \ nks. rs LOS ANGKI F8 NATIONAL BANK, Lns Aug.les. I Bhokkks. C 8 GILMORK &CO . Room 9, 39 N. Sprini: 8;, over People's Store. ■" Att.,f*iev« i p ALVIN EDGEKTON Lo- Angeles. c attoknkys j HENRI P. R CE <ll>/i California Street, nun Francisco. AN'LVB* DR. I E. (JOHN, 28 N. Sptug Street, Los Ange'es. Manager FRANK WAT&od, Comptou, Cal. , Prospectus and Full Particulars to be had i AT ' COSIPANI'S OFFItIK. 28 N. SPHINO STBKET, I.OS ANGELES. f mrlO-14t WILLIAM D. BRER ETON, Secretary. - HYDE PARK! 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," 3« mi'es from city limits; overlooks the city of Los Angeles; plenty oiGOOD WATER piped to the lots; each Lot 60x190 feet, fronting on tiO-foot avenues. These * ate selling rapidly af $100; $40 cash, balance $10 per month, without in- - terest. Also, 5 and 10-acre Villa Lots surrounding the town. i leave the office at 9a. h. and 2p. m. to show parties » the beautiful property. M, L. WICKS or A. E. DITCH, Courthouse and Main Streets, Los Angeles, Cal. . m a-1 m = TI EXCELSIOR TT LAWN MOWER, // TVT A P383 // EASIESTSDIKIB LAWN MOWER \ ON THE MARKET. 'j£»- HARPER & REYNOLDS CO., S^Sr^jlt,-^ 48 &50 N. MAIN ST. '^--^^^S^^' MNKW Or TMAVEfL. Pacific Coast Steamship Co. GOODALL, PERKINS & Co., Gouerßl AftSr I BAN FBANCISCO. NORTnERN BOUTES Embrace Hneß for Portland, Or.; Victoria B. ii., aud Puget Sound-Alaska, and al! coaat ports. Southern Routes. TIME TABLE FOR MARCH. 18S7, comse south. soma hoetb. r ~ ij li! A ii STEAMERS. j* £fe Snuta Rosa Feb. 86 Feb. 28 Mar. 2'Mir. i r.os An?" 1 "" r " 48 Mar. 2 " 8'• « Que°nofPac Mar. 2 " J 6 " I eureka 1 " 4 6 7 10 Santa Rosa 6 " J , J° ' fl UiAnir es. " 8 g JJ J< Queen of Pac " 30 JJ " JJ " H eureka ..." 12 It ; 16 Santa Rosa.. " 14 " [t „ J 8 ' M bos Angeles. " 16 '' 18 tt " 22 Queen ot Pic " 18 " 20 22 M Sureka I " 20 '2 ! 231 16 Hautaßosa.. " 22 " 24 " 46!" 28 U,s Augeles. " 24 " '.6 " 27, " Stu QueeuoiPac " 26 " 28" 80 Apr.ll Knrek> I " 28 " Fo| » 31 3 Saniaßosa .l " 80 Aprill Apr.l 8 " 5 Los Augeles. I Aprb 1 " »' 4' 7 The steamers Santa Bosa and Queen of Pacific leave San Pedro for San Olego, on the dates o.' their arrivals from Sau Vronclsoo, and on their trips between Sau Pedro and San Franolsco call at Santa Barbara and Port Harford (San Luis Obispo) only. Pic Eureka and Loa Angeles call at all way por. . „ _ Cars to couneo. "'th steamers leave 8. P. R. B. depot, Los Ango.-'s, as follows: Witt vita auu Queen of Pacluc at 9-40 o'clock A. m With Loa Angeles and Eureka, going north al 4:to o'clock I. M. gW For passage or freight sa above or for tickets to and from All Important Points in Enrol c APPLY TO H. MoLELiLAN, : : : Agent OFFICE—No. 8 CommerolalSt.. Los Angele, Southern Pacific Company. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) WEDNESDAY FEBBYARY 9, 1887. Trains leave and are due to arrive at LOS ANGELES DAILY ai follows: lxavb arrive FOB DESTINATION. FKOIC 8 OO.A. H 0 ilton A San Gorgonio 7.0) r. 4:80 p. v Cilton A San Gorgonio 4:25 a. m 800 a. m ....Deming and East... 7: 0 F. M 800 am ....El Paso and East.... 7 10F.M 1.30 F. M San Fran A Sacramento H-.40 a. a - 7:30 P. m San Fran & Sacramentr 7:20 a. m 8:20 a. » Santa Ana and Anaheim 3:45 p. I 4:40 f. M Santa Ana and Anaheim 7.45 A.» 9:30 A. M Santa Monica 11.60 A. M 12:20 r. v Santa Monica. 4 0) p.m 4 : 30 f. H .... Santa Monica 7 .LOA. M I«.n . .. (Long Beach andj 9:40 a. ■ j ? B an Podro i «•»*•« (Long Beach andj > , 4:50p.M (....Sin Pedro.... i .65 A. M 9'6a. m Santa Paula 4;0)p. m I . Theater trains to and rom Los Angeles rom Santa Monica on Thursday evenings. T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger snd Ticket Agent E. E. HEWITT, Superintendent Loa Angeles. A. N. TOWNE, General Manager. lalirnia Soathern R. R. Co. All rsll line between National City, SaL >iego and Los Angeles and points East ano Ye t. Close connection at Barstow with Atlantic md Pacific R. R. and at Los Angeles wltl louthern Paciflo R. R. TIME TABLE, Taking effect Nnnday, November 14. A. M. A. M. P. M. Lob Angeles. Lv. 7.00 9:10 6KX Jau Gabriel 7.23 9 29 5.20 Pomona 8.28 10:80 6:10 Jolton Ar. 9:i5 11:20 *7:oi Holton Lv 11:25 7:51 Mtrus 11:86 B,of Perrlß 1217 9:30 tfuaietta Ar 1:10 11:10 Mu-iett* Lv 1:80 11:2/ >ceanslde 8:88 2:1? son Diego 5:22 6*6 SatlonalCiy....Ar 5:40 6:30 Oolton Lv. 9:20 San Bernardino... 9:46 Victor 12:08 Barstow Ar. 1:20 P. M. Barstow Lv. 2:55 Victor 4:05 *San Bernardino.. 6:20 - Colton Ar. 6:45 A. M. P. M National City.Lv 8:10 9:3<i -"an.Diego 8:28 10:00 Uceanslde 10:07 12:20 "Murrletta . ...Ar 12:07 Murrletta Lv| 12:27 4:6."* Perrlß 1:J» M 'Colton Ar 2:10 7:25 Colton Lv. 7:00 2:15 8:00 Pomona 7:60 8-02 8:51 San Gabriel 8:40 8:52 9:41 Los Angeles. ..Ar.l 9:00 4:15 10:0 COLTOM AMD SAW~~Bg~B~N ARIIINO. A. M. A. M. P. M.IF M Colton Lv B.CO 11.80 2.20 | 7.10 Sau Bernardino ar 8.151 11.40 2.50. 7.2 San Bernardino lv 7.20 11.05 1.66 6.40 Colton.. .. Ar 7.H61 11.15 205 6.6« BIYBKSIUR BRANCH. ' Mlzd Mlxd PaBS A. M. P. M. A. M Colton Lv 9.20 7.16 11.20 Citrus 930 7.30 U3t Riverside Ar. 9.42 7.fc lIM Rlverßide Lv 8.40 6.X 1.4' Cltruß 8.52 6.46 LM Qlton Ar 9.02 7.00 2.16 *Meal statlona. Trains are ruu on Pacific. Standard time Pullman Sleepera leave on 7 A. v. train via Barstow, for Kansaa City, via A. AP. and A. T. AB. F. R. R-, and on 5 p. at. train for San Diego. Special rates on round tiip tlcketa to all local points. For rates of freight or fare, address Cali fornia Southern Agents at local statlona, oi H. B. WILKINB, Gen. Fr't. A Pass. meeo^Cal. Superintendent, San Bernardino. Cal. WILLIAMSON DUNN, ]e2B General Agent, Loa Augeles, Cal. Los Angeles k San BaDrlel Valley Railway Time table in effect Nov. 6,1886. Trains are due to depart and arrive a DOWNEY AVENUE DEPOT as follows: "OKPART. I AKRIVR. = •9.21 A.M. . I *7 54 A. M +10:36 aM. Onweekdaya +»:»4 a. m 12:86 p. m. only. I *12 04 F. M +4:16 p. M. I +1:89 P. M *5 86 p. M. Lili^i-L* Theater trains: I 11:06 F. M. T .esday, Tburs- I *7:24 p. m day and Saturday | 0-»Bunday,only | tB:S4A. M * To aud from Lamauda Park. + To and from Duirte. | To and from West Duarte (Monrovia). L. BLANKENHORN, „ _ , Gen'l Passenger Agent, 8. P. JEWETT, Gen'l Manager. sepll HOTICI. The LOB ANGELES CITY WATER 0* wlllatrlctly enforce the following rule: 1 □ours for sprinkling are between* an Vclock A. M. and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m. Fo violation of the above regulation the ws will be ahut off and a fine of two dollars wh oe chazaed bafore water. wIU be tamed seta* i 4 i' Boston Wall Paper House, 33 SOUTH SPRING STREET. THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF PAPEH HANGINGS IN THE CITY. EBTIMATEB FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. H. J. SHOULTERS, Proprietor, mil lm Formerly at 9 North Main Street. Notice of Guardian's Sale OF REAL EST ATE—NOTICE IS HEREBY given that, lv pursuance of an order of tne Hup rior Court of the county of Bute, Sate of California, made on tbe 21st day of February, 1887, In tbe matter of the estate and guardianship of William 11. Waste, a minor, the undersigned, the guardian of tbe person and estate of said minor, will sell at private sale for caab, so d coin, and aublect to confirmation by said Superior Court, all the light, title, in terest aud e-tste of the said minor In and , to those certain lots or parcels of land situ- . ate, lyng and being in the city of Los Ange les, county of Los Augeles, State of Cali fornia, and bounded and described aa. fol- Lots one (1). two (2) and three (3) of tbe I Per -c tract as delineated and shown on a map of said Pierce tract, recorded in the otlice of Ihe Connty Recorder of said Loa Angeles county st page .v*o of book 3 of Mis- < cell neous Record-, to which said map and to the rec »rd thereof reference is hereby mide for further aud more particular dls cr ption, cal I three lots being part of lot two (2 s f block seventeen (17) of 11' n cock's s'trvey ot said ciiy of Los Angeles. Said three lota first afo esaid form a tract bounded and describ d as follows to w't: Bounded on the northerly side by Wa*h- i lugton Btreet, ot the wester y side by M-ple i street on the southerly side by'ot four (4) ■ of said Pi -rce traiv, aud on the ester v side by lot one (1) of bl ck s veuteen (17) of Hancock's survey of said cl y of Los Ange les The Interest of said minor In said prop erty Is au estate la rem duder. to wlt: i b" absolute estate end ownership thereof in fee subject only to an estate therein for ihe life of Mary A. Helphen>tlup, owned by the said Mary A. Holphen-ttne, Ihe said lntt-rest nf said minor having been acquired by will from the late John P. J. Helphenstine, do ceased, which said wilt was duly admitted to probate iv Superior Court of said couuty of Los Angeles by oder of s»id court, dated February 3,I88"i, iv cause 8752 of Su perlor Court of said couutv of Los Angeles. The sale will he m*de on or after the sth day of April, 187. BMs will he received at Rooms Nos. 2 and 3 Allen bloc k, corner of Spring sud Temple streets, in the city of Los Aupelcs. In the county of Los Augeles, State of California. Terms and Conditions of Sale—Ten per cent, on acceptance of bit, balance on cou flmatlonof rale by Superior Court. Match 16, 1-7. J. R. ROBINSON. Guardian of the person and estate ot Wil li 'to 1 W n minor mrlf. td lertiiicate of Partnership. WE CERTIFY THAT WE CONSTITUTE apar.uership transacting business in th sStae. Its principal place of business is California. Us name is Mc pherson Brothers. The full names and respective places <f i residence of all its members are sigucd hereto. Dated February 16,1887. Robert McPherson, (l. s ] McPherson, Los Angcle* couuty, Cal, Stephen McPherson, I i.. s.l McPherson, Los Augeles county, Cal. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, J County of Los Angeles, j On this 16th day of February, in tbe year one thousand eight hundred aud eighty seven, before me, Wm. 8. Wat rs, a Notary Public lv and for the s id county of Los An geies, personally appeared Robert McPher son, known to me to be the person whose name Is subscribed to and who executed the within instrument, and he duly no kuowledgcd to me that he executed the same. In witness whereof I have here unto set my band and affixed my official seal, at my office in the [L. a.J said county of Los Angeles, the day and sear in this certificate first above writ'en. Wm. 8. Watek», Notary Public. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN and for the county of Los Angeles.— No. 109J—Probate—Notice of sale of real estate at private aale Notice is hereby given tbat lv pursuance of an order of tbe superior Court of the State of California, in and for the county of Los Angeles, made on the nth day of March, 1887, in the matter of ; the estate of Charles E. Beane, decease d, , the a'derslru d, executor of tho said es- i tate will sell at private s de, to the highest • bidder, fur cash, lawful money of the , United States, and subject to Conor ration hy slid Super'or Court, on or after tbe 9th d iy of Apill, 1887, all the right, title liter- : est aud > state o the said Charles E. Beaue, i at the lime nf bis death, and all the right, tit c and interest the aaid est'te has by op perttlon of law or otherwise acquired, , other than or lv addition to ibat of tho said Charle-E Beaue, at the time of Irs death, , lv and to nil those c. rmiu lots phcesor • parcels of lav*. situate, lying i od be'ng in the city of Sin Diego, county of Stn Die o, , 8 ate of California, and bounded and de seiib daf follows, to-wit: ' Block numboied (505) five hundred and five, in what is known as Oldtown, in the city of S'.n Diego, county of San Diego, State of Calffo'n a, nnd pueblo lot number (64) sixty-lour, in t"« i.me city, c .unly auct State. Oontainiug (28) twenty-three acres of bind, moie or less, according to tbe official map of pnebleland of said city of Sau Dlaso, made by Charles H. P ote. The terms and ooud tlous of sal^—Cash, | lawful money oi Uu ted States,'en per ceut. of purchase money to be pal ton the ac ceptance of the bid. ba ance on c .nflrmi llou o sale by saidStipeilor'Vim. 8 sled t.ids to no delivered in writing to me, nt the office of A. J Kiug, N .. 24, TemDle Block, L b Auirclca Pity, ere of A. J. King, a tor i ey-tit-law. IMcd at the expense of pur chaser. Los Angeles, March 17.1587. JOBN M BALDWIN, Executor of the estat" of Charles E beane. mlBd TnlhE SUPERIOR COURT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF Los Augeles, lv the ma'tor of the estate ol Philip Moser. deceased—Notice for pub lication for time for proving will,etc.—Pur suant to su order of thla court, made this day, notice la hereby given that Monday, the 21u day of March, 1-87 at 10 o'clock a. M of said at the oourtroom of this court, I o said connty of Los Angeles, has been appointed for hearing tre application of Mnry M ecr, praying that a document now on file In thiß court, purporting 'o be the last will and t s'ament of Philip Mosor, deceased, be admitted to probate, and that letters testamentary be l-sued thereon >o said Mary Mo-er. at which time aud place all persons interested therein may appear and eont'-st the stun-. Da"d March 11, 1887. CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR, Couuty C'erk. By F. B FANNING. De_r.il tv ml'vlO LANDJOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT on Tuesday, tho 29th day of March, A. D I»S7, at llo'cloik in the forenoon ot said day, application will be made to J. Ham Harris, Land Attent of the University ol Calif rnia, at his otlice, at the State Uni versity in Berkeley, Alameda county. Call forn a, for a Duplicate of University Cer tlflcste of Purch .se, No 95, dated Novembei 20, 1872, and issued to Francisco P. Forstei for the fractional sec ion 15 and lots 1 and 1 of section 22, in township 9 south and o ran.c 7 west, San Bernardino meridian The said original certificate of purchasi has been lost or destro* cd, and is beyonc the control of the estate of Jo n Forster, de ceased, which said estate is the owner of lh< same and ol the land therein described Given under my baud this 21st day o' Feb mary, A. D. 1867. M A FORSTER, Administrator of the estate of John Forster deceased. f24 got ~~ LAND JOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI on Tuesday, the 29th day of March A. D. 1887, at 11 o'olock in the forenoon ol said day, application will bo mado to J. Ham Harris, Land Agpnt of the University of California, at bis office, at the State Uni versity at Berkeley, iv Alameda county, California, for a Duplicate ol University ; CerterUflekte of Purchase, Nojt, tost*! on John Fori"er tot Ibe NE',< «2l fractional .on", half of section «, the whole of section * i"niilnml west half of section 2, S • % of .ho whole of seotion W, fractional west half of section S, lo". ■ and 2 of section 14. all in S!wDshiP» south snd of range 7 west, San " &Mardlno meridian. Tbe said original norttflcßte of puroha«e has been lost or de stroyed, and is beyond the ooutrol of the es i "ate of said John Forster, now deceased, I which said estate is the owner of the same, i and of the land therein described. Given under mv hand this 21st dsy o: i February, A. D. 1887. M. A. FORSTER, i Administrator oi the estate of John For i ster, deceased. 124-3ut BTATE OF CALIFORNIA, f M County of Los Angeles ( On this day of February, A. D one thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven, before me, Wm 8 Waters, a Notary Putdic in and for the aald county of Los Angeles, personally appeared Stephen McPherson, pers 'UaUy known to me to be Ihe same per son described In, whose name is subscribed to the within instrument, and he duly ac knowledged to me that he executed the same. lv witness whereof I have here unto set my band snd affixed my oihoial seal, the day and yea' lv |L. a.| this certificate first abcve writ ten. Wh. 8. Waters, m*W4w_ _ Notary Public. _ GRAPE CUTTINGS. TJIOR SALE, CUTTINGS OF THE FOL- L lowing varieties: Berger, Zinfandel, Trousseau, Granache, Mataro, CarriKUan, Petite Penot, or Black Burgundy, Oansy, Tleutuera Apply to E. L. MAYBKRRY, Bsn Gabriel Cul i no Eastern office of this Journal la with I Messrs. PALMER A KEY, 40 Tribune Building, New YorK, and all orders tor | Eastern advertisements must come through them. 3 ITIE lIICAI.. DR. WHITE, SSB N. main street. 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The WILSON BONE and BHRI.L MILL and the AMKR t ICAN MEAT CHOPPER. Poultry appli ances of every kind, and every variety od . Land and Water Fowls can be found . at the Oaklaud Poultry Yards, tne oldest and largest establishment on the Pacific Coast. The PACIFIC COAST POULTKB ERS' HANDBOOK and GUIDE. Price «• i cents. Send 2-cent stamp for Illustrated ssv . page catalogue to the PACIFIC INCUBA . TOR CO., 1347H Castro 'treet, Oakland, CaL jaBo-3m FOR RENT IN THB PROSPEROUS TOWN OF POIOIA THS LAROB BRICK BTORE, COR. OF ELLEN AND Secoud streets, nnwoocupied»sabsroV ware store. Tbe building is 2nx7o feet, with warehouse aitacbod; counters snd shelv ing all complete, and handsomely fitted This is a Bne opening for a large stock of hardware aud agricultural implements. Apply to JOHN JOHNSTON, Pomona. Or to SCUODER, JOH>BTON & CO.. _ '' Los Anecles. Pomona, Febrnary 2S. IRB7. raft-lta OEO. H. CHANS'. M. A. BOTELLO. BOTELLO & CRANK, ALBUQUERQUE FEED AND SALE iTAILI. sJssT~Coal, Wood, Hty and Grain Ml UPPejjMaiu atreet, Lo* Angeles,CaL ft*.