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DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD
Published br the Abstract and
Title lssenrance Company.
Friday, Match 28, 1887.
CONVEYANCES.
Thomas N Day 10 Jacob Weber—6 aores in
lot 9 Lotspetch tract, Ro Santiago de Santa
Ana; 11290. . . _
C F St • mps to Lorinda Passmore-5 acres
in west hall oi lot 1 block X, A B Ch-pman
tract, Ro Santiago de Santa Ana; *1900.
Jaiiea E Doty to A M and W 8 rights-
Agreement to convey lot 5, E Turuer s
subdn, Pasadeua; 11900.
H W Sio.ltoWm F Sohmalsle and AC
Leightou—Agieementto couvej lots 8^ aud
10, C 8 Martin's subdu, Pasadeua; IbOOO
Mary A Cuuui gliam to Stoddarj Jes*,
Jas Harvey and F D Joy-Agreenieut to con
vey WW oi NWSi, oEW "IN WW and Io s 1, i
and 4, sec 31, Tp I N, it 9 W; »] '.575.
LF Miller J L> Giddiogs and B O Kendall
to James McVilty-Lots 1, 2, 3 and 41, Ken
dall aud Giddiugs subdn, Pasadeua, »iWK).
J v Gidain s aud B O Kendall to James
McViltv— Aitreemeut to convey Jots 6. b, 7
and 8, X -udall and Giddings subdn, Pasa
" A X Oxford to E L Buck, W E Pile. M S
Mouroe and C A Cambell-Agreeinem to
convey lot F, b,ock2, Monrovia tract: HMO.
Mrs Margaret C. Greaves to Frank BStrrge
—Lot 2, block i, Pouoeroy aud Muls subdu
of Hollenbeck tract ;*I9OO. „ .
J F Falvey to Fred i\ohrs-Lots 23 aud 24,
block L, Monrovia; tIMX).
R A Ling to Edza Cralg-Lots 7, », 9 and
10 block 9, Mouiton's addition, city, «lO,OJ.
Henry Thomas to Richard E lison-South
east 30 acres of NEW Sec 12, Tp 1 8, R 10 W;
H Smith to Alfred 8 llartwell-20
feel across lot 8 block 33. Pomoos; li 00
D B Brlggs to E W Merrill—Lot 5 block B,
Crescenta Canada: 11650. . - .
Edwin Ward, Bgeut, and Georgina I Ward
to D B Merrid—Agreement to convey lot 4
aud east ball of lot 3, O'tlara's subdu,Pasa-
Chsa A Paige to Vicente Yorba-74.50 acres
being portions oi SEW ?' N *H°J
W aud lots 2 and 3, fractional Sec Id, In I S,
X 13 VV, an.l part of lot 2, Sec 18, Tp 1 S, R
R H Wilson to Richard
fiieen and Chas C Lamb--East 30 acres ot
lot 11. Sec 31. Ro Azusa del Duar c: *fOJ-
Robert Boag to Wm M Caswell—Lot 25,
Grover Orchard traot; 12J50.
Otto Freeman to W W Murphy-Lot S,
Dunk.cberger iract; 11275.
HPLauls, tru-Ue, to Ceorge Osborne-
Ag cement to convey lots 1 aud 4 block E,
Howard & Oo'S subdu of Bliss tract ; tlßw.
L A luUrmary to Cllisens Water Co—l
acre in noitbwest corner ol tract described,
book 158 page OS o! deeds.
James H Clark to John R Opitz—l2.o
acres ln northeast half of fractional sec 18,
Tp 1 S, R 1 • W; 11209.
George W Frluk, trustee, to W J Fishe—
Release of lets 3j and 31 b.ock A, Bird tract,
from mortgage, book 96 page 70.
HBPiuneyto J S Ob.dw ok—Und half
Intere.-t iv 14 acres on east side ol Los An
geles river, S9OOO. . ...
William A Spalding and Mary D Spalding
to J S Chadvvick-Lots7, 8. 9, 18, 19 aud 2 .
block A, Spaliling aud Pluneys subdn of
part of Sierra Madra tract; 3i6jO.
J U Adorns aud E C Bower to 0 H eowen
—East halt of lot 10 Uoouner aud O'Melveny
O F Brown—East half
of lot 10, uoodner and O'Melveny tract;
"or Aldrlch and Emma Aldrich to A B
Caldweil-Lot ou west side of lair Oaks
avenue, Pasadena; 83000.
Joseph D Lynch to C II Stewart-Lots 11
and 12 block 11, Monrovia; 11050.
Franklin Davidson to E Lilla Lewis—Lots
9 and 7 block B, E LA; |t>oso.
gW J Fisher to Alfred D Kellman—Lots 6
6,7, 8 aud 9 block B, bird tract; t1320.
George W Ftiuk, trustee, to W J Fi sner _
Kele.se of lots 6, b, 7, 8 aud 9 block B, Bird
tract, from mortgage, book 96, pago 70
Andrew 8 Copp aud Carrie B Copp to A C
Lockwood—Lot uortheast corner of Bixtu
aud Pearl streets; taaOO.
J A uravea to Cnarles M Stlmson—Part of
lots 22 and 15 block ai, Marengo tract;
11862.
W J Fisher to J D Chamberlain—Lots 14,
15 and 30 block B, aud lovs 4 and 0 block C,
and lot a block D, Bird tract; 12070.
George W Print, trustee, to W J Fisher—
Release of above named lots from mort
gage, book 9t>, pige 70.
Alice J Peck to Charlos W Stevens—Part
of lot 4 block 3 Pomeroy & Mills subdn of
Holleubeck tract; $10.0.
Estate of Lntuer Foote, deceased—Order
confirming sale of north 13 acres of tract
described book 143, page 492, of deeds to L
J Rose.
Thomas Dugard to Charles M Stimson and
George W Stimson—agreemeu'. to couvev
lots 17, 29 and south half ot lots 33, 35 and
37, Gillmore Vineyard tract; $3501.
Mary J R:ggins and James It Riggins to
Lot ts, block A, Central tract, Pasa
deaa; $i 135
Archibald Mitchell to Thomas H Mitchell
—Und Iml' oi part of lot 3, blk 3, Haucock s
survey; $1550.
M.x Reiuhms to W C Smith—Lots 6 and
7, block H, Ross addition to Santa Ana,
$1000.
Samuel Strohm to S J Mathes and Anne S
Matties—Cud oue hilf interest iv lot 11
block C, Mott tract; $1500.
S J Mathes aud Auui • h Mathes to Samuel
Strohm —Lot li blocs 0, Mott tract, $7500.
Geoßhorer and Chas French to X 1) Am
nions—Lot 8 and north part of lots 11 and 12,
Rohrer & French's subdn of Rotters' tract,
San Jose.
Ira W Philips to Robt A HarrlF—Agree
ment to convey lots '.7, 68 aud 60; $4660.
Martin Sielnmeyer to Am M Blanford-
Lot 26, Garbutt tract; $1000.
Chas L strauge and Fred C Gnttschalk, S
Lde Cummlugs aud Geo dimming" m P It
Liug—L 13 block Lof re-subd.i of lots 1, 3,
5, 7, 9, 11 and 13 block L, Geo Cummlugs
subdn of part of lots 3 and 4 block 60, a S;
$4000.
SUMMARY.
Number of transfers in above list, 34.
Total amount of consideration, $136,651.
Number of transfers under $1000 each, 26.
Total amount of consideration, $14,957.
Transfers for nominal oonslde- ation, 24.
Aggregate of day's transfers, $K>l,e. 2.
Familiar in our mouths as household
words: St. Jacobs Oil: Red Star Cough Cure
Pullman Passengers.
The following passengers left on the
1:30 train yesterday: Mr. Green, Prof.
French, F. L. McClure, A. F. Presbup,
J. Bryan, Mike Welch, Jr., A. B.
Moulton, M. A Slerting, H. F. A-kaw,
F. J. Blackstone, J. C. Hannah, G. J.
Foster, C. M. Halloway, C. R Keebcy,
H. C. Garrett, F. A. Miller, Mrs Das
sell.
The following left on the 7:30 train:
W. C. Hasty, E. F. Dutton, Geo. Rock
well, C. T. Taylor, W. W. Ellsberry, G.
B. Richmond, G. Hagermeyer, Mrs. Mc-
Bean, T. E Wells, G A. Wells, Mr.
Stone, J. H Goodenow, Eli Bidelman.
marriage Licenses.
The following persons were'yesterday
liscensed to wed: G. J. Hoffman to E,
Franke.
Excursion by the Denver and Rio
Grands Railroad.
Do you wish to see tho grandest scenery
across tbe continent, go east with excursion
of Geo. D. Phillips. Office, 263 North Main
street, Los Angeles.
Grand free concerts at Olympic Hall every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings
by the renowned Olympic Orchestra. Pro
fessor Gustav Natschke, solo viol nUt; Fro
fes-or William Brown, solo cornetlst, and
Prolessor Anton Koehler, solo pianist.
Beaumont
Beside choice bargains in lots and colony
lands hss 600 lots on the Installment plan—
sio per month after the first payment, wltl>
out interest;
Every well dreß«od man should wesr
Eagleson'B perfect titling shtrt-oollars, cutis
and necky*""
r rle«e aua Steele,
Agents of the Fredericksburg lager beer,
have removed to the corner of Second and
Vine streets.
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ft PADDAT TP CMAI7T? T) XT T M (TRADE MARK) is pleasant and harmless. It is taken byfinhalatioD,
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VlllVLlVfLllV VJlllVfli.l-, MJIxUU ter, and will clear the Head, Throat, Bronchial Tubeß and Lungs in a few
minutes. A single application gives immediate relief in Colds, Catarrh,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Croup, Neuralgia, Headache, Sore Throat, and, if used in connection with our " DEBELLATOR " treatment, is warranted
to cure every case. Asthma and all Lung troubles relieved in five minutes, and cured in nearly every case. The "CARBOLIC SMOKE" will
relieve the local troubles, and the " DEBELLATOR," (a purely vegetable treatment), will Cleanse the Liver, Cure Indigestion, Regulate the Bowels,
Purify the Blood and drive out of the system all traces of disease. Remember, it is
THE GREATEST .ANTISEPTIC REMEDY KNOWN !
THIS GREAT REMEDIAL AGENT, formulated and thoroughly tested by its originator (an eminent physician) while actively engaged in the
special practice of Head, Throat and Lung diseases, extending over a period of twenty years, on being placed before the people in its present form —the
embodiment of simplicity—sprang at once into popular favor by the wonderful cures obtained from its use.
THESE DISEASES ARE EMIGRATING TO PARTS UNKNOWN,
They Can Thrive No Longer in This Country, Because This Great Remedy is Being Introduced into Every Home.
OUR ASSERTIONS AND CLAIMS.
CATARRH—Cured in three months; warranted. . CROUP—Relieved in three minutes and cured in twenty-four hours.
?^^S!^?ii?s?lJ^-^l| 0l,IBt " , bUt ULCERATION OF THE LUNGS—Relieved in five minutes and
Debellator Package must be used in connection with Smokeßall. « • _„„>, ™, ~.,,,,„ v , . , . . „,,.,-„ .
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tbe disease returning. The Debellator Package must be used in connection
with the Smoke Ball. NEURALGIA —Cured after the third dose, and it will not return if the
BRONCHITIS—Cured in every case — warranted. The Debellator remedy is occasionally used,
should be used with the Smoke Ball. SNORING—Three doses each night, before retiring, cures this trouble
DEAFNESS—-Cured in from three to six months, if the drums of the DIPHTHERIA—CarboIic Smoko Ball destroys the germ of this disease
instructions deBtr ° yed - Hot Ba!t Water UBe<l m connectlon with B P eclal and should be given as a preventive. 7
EYES—Granulated lids, weakness of the optical nerves, COLD IN THE HEAD—Cured in fifteen minutes,
four to six weeks. Relieved in five minutes. J COLD IN THE CHEST—Cured in twelve hours.
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HOME TESTIMONIALS—READ THEM—THEY WILL ABTONIBH YOU ! HOME TESTIMONIALS—STRONG PROOF OF OUR CLAIMS.
... .„„. _ . „„._., „ , . , „ ~ We do not go abroad for proof of our assertions that it is the simplest, most cooveal-
Los Angeles, January 17, 1887—Carbolic Smoke Ball Company, Los Angeles—Gentle- ent sure and speedy cure of all Head. Throat and Lung diseases extant, and that the
men: I ordered one nf your "Smoke Balls" from San Franoisco for my mother to use for 'Smoke Bali" marks a new era In the successful treatment o Catarrh, Bronchitis,
asthma, and it meets all expectations and has resulted ln great benefit. Yours truly. Asthma, Neuralgia, Deafness, Weak Eyes, Granulated Lids, Croup. Snoring, etc.
JAMES C. ITPP, 343 8. Fort street. LOS ANGELES, MARCH 21, 1887, — CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL COMPANY:
Gentlemen—l cannot sufficiently thank you for the relief your wonderful little Smoke
Los Angeles, January 27, 1887-Carbolio Smoke Ball Company-Gentlemen : I have , B »» "/ i ' de 2 ° of It about six weeks si jce ; nor can I speak in
_ ' . / ' , T . . ...... , tones loud en. ugh of its praise. For years I have suffered from chronic laryngitis and
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I hereby certify that, tbat after using your " Smoke Ball" for less than one week, I am the pa-t two yeirs have been troubled with loss of voice, c peclally a'ter drinking water,
entirely well aad free from all pain. Every success to your " Smoke Ball." ,X" ur . 8 .T 0 . I f i, 11 " 11 ,* 1 ,. 9 . r . e< " o , rw, i my voice entirely, and reli-vei be cramp ng in my
~.-..„ * ' r „„„„ throat that I have felt after Blnglng I therefore, with much pleasure, and wi hout solic
Yours truly and gratefully, J. E. REED, nation, recommend your charmiog Smoke Ball to all tbe sweet singers.
Cor. Budlong avenue aud Adams street. Very respectfully, J.U. KOZOED,
841 Hill street, Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, January 17, 1887—Carbolic Smoke Company—Gentlemen : While a resi
dent of Ban Francisco I suffered very severely with catarrh and was Induced to use the THEN READ THIS ADDITIONAL.
•Smoke Ball," and am now happy to say that lam entirely free of all head and throat . BiN Francisco, February 8 18 7-Carbolic Smoke Ball Company-Gentlemen: lam
_'~ ' , " "*T* * , happr to .t >te that the cure of my deafness mentioned and certified to by my father and
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LOS ANGELES PIPE MANUFACTORY.
100,000 .Feet S in. Pipe, black or dipped,
FOR SALE BY
,X_ ID. IKOOIKEIR, *& CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
' WROUGHT IROIST WATER AND WELL RIPE.
WORKS, San Fernando and Railroad Sts., and Magdalena Aye., Los Angeles.
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CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. TOWN SITES PIPED.
BIEMCAI..
CATARRH,
Consumption.Asthma
AND
BRONCHITIS
TBBATED Si-KCIAI.LV AUD SUOCBSSrULLY BY
W. ». DAVIS, M. O. W. H. DAVIS, M. D.
DRS. DAVIS & DAVIS,
45W North Spring- Street,
LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA
—AND —
Colorado Street, oveb Jones' Faib,
PASADENA.
IEDICAL INHALATION
Combined with Constitutional Remedies.
OUR TREATMENT OF THE DISEASES
of the respiratory pissages con-ists In
he employment of Me iical Inhalation for
its diiect effects ou the diseased organs;
and, at the tame time, adopting such hy
gienic measures and administering such
medicines by the stomach as will most ef
fectually purify the blood, give tone t,>
the nervous system, aud build up and
strengthen the general constitution. Iv
other w rds, we employ combined looal
and general treatment. , _
What is Medlcaal Inhalation? Before
stating briefly what Medic .1 inhalation
is, we propose, tn as few words as possible,
to state clearly what it is not.
Medical Inhalation is not a cure-all, a
nostrum, or a panacea. It is not a specific
remedy for any disease. It is not a quack
medic'ne, or advertised to cure any or all
the ills that flesh is heir to, an i intended to
fill the pock, ts of its proprietors It is no
a talisman, whose possession insures health
to its possessor without the intervention of
sense or judgment. Medici Inhalation la
none of these things. . .
Medical Inhalation is simply and solely a
meth >d of taking medicines by inhaling or
breathing them into tbe lungs Instead of
swallowing them Into the stomach. By In
htlatton, the proper medicines are applied
directly to the seat ol the disease, in the
nose, throat or lungs; and it is clear to
every reasoning per.on how peculiarly ap
plicable Inha atiou is in the disorders of
the organs named. If you have scalded or
burned the surface of the bods ,or wounded
auy limb or member, you do not swallow
the remedy intended to heal the disor
ganized tissue Ou the contrary, you apply
it directly to tbe seat of the wound or in
jury Why. then, when suffering! from ca
tar, h of tbe passages or throat, or af
flicted wi h ulceratlo of the lungs, should
you rely on medicines taken Into the
stomach ?
Medical Inhalation not only applies the
proper healing remedies to the seat of the
disease, but ft applies the remedy ln tbe
gaseuus or vaporous form, in which form,
ab Is well known,medicines act most power
fully How much greater, for example, ts
the effect of a drachm of chloroform, when
Inhaled or breathed, than many times the
quantity when swallowed iuto the stomach,
i he same la true of chlorine, of iodine, aud
of many other substances By inhalation
the medicine is not poured into the stomach
and thence sent wandering througn the
system lv search of a malady which may be
mainly or entirely a local one; but ny this
method the proper remedy is applied di
rectly to tne oiseaped organ. Who, alter
atudyt g the auotomy of the lungs can
doubt that inflammation and ulceration of
tbe air-tubes aud .lir-cells, the direc appli
cation of the healing medicine by Inhala
tion to the diseased p rts, is the correct and
rational method of treatment? Who, on
the other hand, can be so irrational as to
believe that the proper and direct way to
reach the diseased surlaces of the Ir
passages ln this case, is by the way of tbe
stomach? Physiology tosches us that ihe
membiaDe, o- skin, lining the air-passages
of the nose, throat and lungs, Is only a
slightly modified form of the same structure
as that, which covers the external surface
of the body. Why, then, should lobal treat
ment be proper and necessary for ln flam
mations, congestions aud ulcerations of the
oue and uot be equally so lv the case of the
other? ,
Our experience and success in treating
diseases of tbe nos-e, throat and lungs, de
monstrates, beyond all question, that the
true scientific treatment of these diseases is
that treatment which combines the local
effects of medical Inhalation with tbe cou-1
stitutlonul effects of systematic remedies,
given in the usual way by the stomach.
Oue or both methods must be adopted as
ihe circumstances demand, and such reme
dies must be employed as tbo exper enee
and judgment of the physician have proved
to be proper iv each particular case.
Medical Advocates of Inhalation.
Physicians who were educated tweuty
pears ago or m ire, and who have not kept
up with the times in the advance tn medi
ant science, have very little idea of the great
importance ail leadi'g writers now give to
Medical Inhalation In the treament of pul
monary disea.es To such au extent is this
true that no patient should intrust hlB Cas
io any physician who is not well prepared
and th roughly equipped with everything
uecessary for the the
proper remedies by the method cfjttuhala.
The numerous cures effected by inhala
latiou in cases seemingly past all help, and
the uniform success attending its us-, ln
diseases of the respiratory organs, rende s
it ob.igatory ou every honest physician to
at once npply himself to gain a practical
kuowledge of the Inhalation, or, if that Is
not possible, he is at least bound to decliue
to treat such cases. , ,
Among the most eminent physicians of
the age wh are fully awakened to the value
of Medical Inhalation in these diseases are
tbe following:
The celebrated Dr. Bnrdon SaunJerson;
Dr. La Roche, of the Paris Academy of
Medicine: Or. Frederick Langhmis, of Ber
lin; Drß. Klebs and Tommasi-Cru leli; Sir
Archibald Dicksou.of Edinburgh, Scotland;
Dr. Klchler, Dr. Cameron Dr. Gordon Buck,
Prof. Albert L hert, tho celebrated Dr.
Hughlings Jackson the venerable Dr. Rob
ert Dickiuson. Prof. Thierfelder. Spencer
Wells, Dr. Hilton Flagge, Dr G. P. W. od,
Drs. rritsob and Hlttlg Dr Fotnergill, Dr.
Richard Thompson, Dr. R 6 Caipenter,
Drs. Anstie, Ban, Fuller, Lancereaux,
Krauss, Huguente, Heller, Orth, Corrigau,
Feu wick, and many others.
With ftarcely a single exception every
medical authority of eminence recoguize.
the wonderful potency of this new method,
and the coming generaiion of phy-iclans
are certain to be thorouithli educated
therelu. At present It Is only a few physi
oiaus here aud there who have made "Dis
eases of Respiration" a life study th t are
fitted in auy way to employ the wonderful
resources of Medical Inhalation in the cure
of these diseases.
The Curability of Consumption.
For five years Ihe celebrated Dr. I. H
Benuet waa pathologist to tbe H yal lu
flrmnry of Edinburgh, and in his great
work ou "Consumption" he makes the fol
lowing st dement:
"During this period I made upwards of
2000 post-mortem examinations of persons
dying from various diseases, and I was
constantly meeting with cases in which I
lound cavities in the lungs from consump
tlon, which had evidently healed up or
cicatrized years before the death of the
subject. Nat.vi c did not seem to have been
successful iv restoring the wasted lung
substance, but tbo cavities were dried up.
ihe progress of the disease arrested, and
the subject lived lor years, with diminished
lung power it is true, but otheiwlse ln good
health."
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(Bucoessors to F. Adam);
Merchant Tailors,
No. 113
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eases. We furnish The Ureal English
Hemedy, Sir Act Icy Hooper's Vi
tal Keatorative at SB a bottle or four
times the quantity, 110.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
to any oue stating symptoms, sex and age.
Vddress ENWI.ISH MEDICAL DIM.
piinsAHV, No. ll Kearny street,
Sau Franciaoo, Cal. dt
j A
JOIIN~C~McDON A ND
Counselor at Law, Lawyer Building.
t*rompt and careful attention given to busi
ness entrusted to mo m >4 lm
MORTIMER A HARRIS, ATTORNEYS
at Law and Counsellors, Rooms 78 and
78a, Temple Block, Los Angeies. Rusk
Harris (Harrister-at-Law, late of Toronto,
Canada); C. W. Mortimer. U7t(
n. P. lIATOH. J. BROSBKATJ.
BROSSEAU A HATCH, ATTORNEYS AND
counsellors at Law. Nos. 81,32 and 66
Baker Block, Los Augeles, Cal.
MAX LOEWKNTHAL, ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law. German language
spoken. Room 14 Bumiller Block, Loa An
feJss,OsL anBtf
Hbnry N. Ga low ay, Attorney-at-Law.
Chas W. Chase.
ALLOW AY A CTIABE. EXAMINERS OF
VT Titles and Conveyancers, Room 4, Allen
Block, Los Angeles, Cal. aus tf
Griffin Johnston. Sheldon BordenT
B. A. Yorba.
JOHNSTON, BORDEN & Y'ORBA, ATTOR
neys-at-Law aud Examiners of Titles
Rooms 7 and 8, Jones Blook, 76 North Spring
street. Abstracts and ccrt'flctes of title fnr
nished with promptitude and accuracy, tf
I.AI NUKIKN.
EXCELSIOR STEAM LAWNDRY~WALL
street, near corner Seventh. Tele
phone No. 867. Our wagons call for and de
liver washing in all parts of the city, Al)
ordera promptly attended to. Only white
labor employed. au«-tf
EIBPLOIfMENT BIiRRACS.
T>MPLOYMBNTOFFIOE, r: R. F37
Hi Ticket Broker and Real Es-aVtf
gent. Property sold on Installments.
E. NITTINGEK, removed to 18K N. Spring.
Telephone lit. Residence Fifth and Hope
wtreefa anS-ff
EXCITBtvIONS.
VIOLET'S NEXT EXCURSION EAST,
Thnr day, March 81st. Fully equipped
tourists' sleepers. The only complete ex
cursion outfit on the road. O' H. VIOLET,
Manager, 263 North Main street. mlOtf
LM. WALTER'S EXCURSIONS GOING
. East, leave Los Augeles March 1, 16
and 29. Offloe, Pico House. scomf
POWELL'S NEXT EXCURSION EAST
March 30,1887. Offloe, Pico Houso comer.
lal9tf
WARNER BROB. A CROSBY, OF 882
North Main street, Los Angelea. Ex
oursions East and West at lowest rates, and
Slessant accommodation. Call on or ad
, ressthem for paitlonlars end rates, tf
I DVK v tiiiiis. j
(IITY STEAM DYING AND CLEANING ,
/ Works have removed their omce ftom
140 South Spring street, to 12 Third street,
beetwen Main and Spring. Dye worts
No. Bt> Soutl Los Angeles street. Dyeingand
Cleaning of every kind of Indies' and gent's
clothing, crape, shawls, silk and lace, kid
gloves and shoes, flannels and ribbons,
velvet, fur and feathers, made equal to
new. Silk aud party dresses a specialty.
I take this opportunity to thank my custom
ers nnd solicit their continued p.trnn«ge.
m!2-tf A. LOR RAIN.
EKM4N STEAM DYE WORKS—LADIES
\T and gents' clothing cleaned a-id dyed.
Cleaning of flannel undeiclothing, etc.,
without shrinkage or smell, a specialty.
GEO. BOEKIIOFF A CO., 123 South Main
street, opposite cathedral, Los Ange'es.
fehB tf
PARISIAN STEAM DV ING AND CLEAN
ing Works. Dyeing and cleaning of ev
ery description. Ladles' dresses dyed with
out ripping. Kid Gloves, Flannels, Ribbons
and Blankets made to look like new. Office:
11« Sou'h Bprlng street. Dye Works: Cor
ner New High and Bellevue avenue.
_o2tf J. VOLLET. Proprietor.
T OS ANGELKB STEAM DYEING AND
Xi Cleaning Company. Office—Corner of
Main aud Arcadia streets, opposite Wells,
Fargo A Co. Dyeing and cleaning of every
description of ladies' and gents' clothing.
Orders taken and delivered. Send postal
card. Telephone No. 227. Branch corner
Main and Second streets.
sepOtf JAMEB LARQTJTKR, Manager.
ENsiINEEBS AND sVmvEVOBbT
E CIVIL ENGINEER
. and Surveyor, TJ 8. Deputy Mineral
Surveyor. 134 North Main street, Los An
geles, Oal. Telephone No. Do ans lv
H.~G. ROLLINS & Co.,
No. 85 Temple Street.,
Dealers in Real Estate.
LARGE LIST OF CITY AND COUNTRY
REAL ESTATE FOR SALK
jsnS'f
, he Eastern offloe of this Journal Is with
Messrs. PALMER A HEY, 48 Tribune
Building, New YorK, and all ordera for <
Eastern advertisements must come j
through them.
7
MI!H!BH,AHB(li;».
LITHOGRAPHIC : ESTABUSHIOT
— TO* —
Southern California.
£mT~ PATRONIZE A NEW AND BOMB
• ENTERPRISE.
Llthogrtpblo work executed io Mm latest
' styles and st teasonable prices.
, BXBIBHB FURNISH BS OH APPIJCATIOM.
I Correspondence solicited.
! Before ordering elsewhere send forest*.
mates snd information by applying to tne
Los Angeles Lithographic Co.
OFFICE: Times Mirror Co.—Telephone No.
29, Los Angeles. •
Th. Bessibg, Formerly Manager ol the
Merchants' Lithograph, Co.. K. 0.
Thbo. a. Schmidt, Formerly Heed Del. end
Kngr. for the Schmidt Label A Litho. Co.,
San Francisco. flt-U
PHVaiCIAPIg.
R. J. H. DAVIBBON — OFFIOK, BS)<
South Spring street. Telephone 682.
ne»6.tf
DRS. DARLING A MURPHY—OCULIST*
and aurhrU. Offloe 120 North Main
street. Offloe Hours— 9 a. at. to 4 r. bl: j
to g p. M. "Wtn^lAwtf
I k tt. B. V. KTEKULFF, SFBCIAAjBT LM
JJ treating diseases of tbe Eye, Ber and
Throat Eyes scientifically tatted for
glasses. Offlce, 182 North Msln street, over
l»e Angeles Savings Bank. Honrs, from '9
a. m. to 6 r.'M. Residenoe, 840 Temple
street. 120-tm
War. Harrison J. T. MoaoAJf.
DRS. IAMUSON A MORGAN—OFFICM
26 and 26, Schumacher Block. HOURS
—9 to j2 a. m., zto 6 f a. Dr. Morgan's res
idence, 4i N. Daly street Dr. Harrison's
residence, 14 Wert Seventh street. f9otf
AE. GUEaHAM, M. D , NO. 75 NOKTH
. Spring street, Los Angeles. )i4am
J TURNER, M. D.-OFFICE AND KKBI
. Pence—BlN. Main street, Los Angeles.
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ—NO. 266 MAUI
street, opposite the Bakerßlock.
I tit. E. O. M.ANM G, OFFICE AND KEB-
A/ ldenoe 87 Soma Fort street. Office hours
-9 to 11 a. a 2to 4p.m. Telephone 231 tt
ELIZABETH A. FOLLANBBEE, M. D.—
Offlce and residence 240 South Fort
sueet Office hours—B to 10 a. m. and 4to
6 r.M. Jlyl6_
ROSE TALLBOTT, H. D. -OFFICE 240
South Fort street (with Dr. FoUanabee.)
omce hours, 10 to 12 a. at. Residence, 19
Ninth street. ol3tf
MRS. M.P. OA W TELLE, M. D.-PllYSl
clan and Surgeon. Office hours, 10 to
12 a. v. and 2 to 4 r. M. Maxwell Block
corner Court and Main streets, Boom A dtti
J MILLS BOAL, M. D—B9 NORTH
. Spring street (over People's Store).
Hours—lo to 12,1 to 8,6 to 7:30. Residenoe,
347 Hill street, two doors from Fifth street.
Telephone No. 136. 0c24tl
CE. CLACIUS, M. D.-PHYBICIAN AND
• surgeon, offloe 78 North Spring
street, rooms 17 and 18. Hotsrn from 11 a. tn.
to 2 p. m. Specialty—Skin aud sexual die
eases and chronio diseases ln general. n7-tf
MRS. DR. MINNIE WELLS—FIRST LADY
licentiate of Kentucky. Specialty:
Diseases of and children; alao, fit
connection with her practice, Electric
Thermal Baths. 841 SSprlug street.. nl7tf_
JEAN TIFT-HILI ON, U. D.-OFFICB AND
residence 842 Sooth Mala street. Office
nours 10 to 12 Am. and 2t04 r w. —fjl
I ltt. d. a-ahsaK as ltt—AnfiaaoHO ot*
JJ women a specialty. Rectal dissnsa
treated by tha Brinkerhoff Painless Bye»
tern. Hours—£ v. tt. to 4>. at. Office/—
Corner of Bprnt "and Second streets, Boi.
lenbeck Block. - h eSpttt
DR. M. HILTON WILLIAMS—I7S NORTH
Main street (opposite Wells, cargo A
Co's Express Offlce.) Bpealalty—nlseifee
of the head, throat and chest, together
with the eye, ear and heart. Offlce hoara,
from 9:80 a. «. to 4 p. M. sepgtf
DR. DE SZIGETHY — OFFICE, BCHO
-macher Block, opposite Postoffloe,
rooms 20 and 21. Office hours, 12 M. to Ir.
M. Residence r earl street, corner of Ninth.
Offlce hours at residenoe, to (a m. ;7to 8
p. m. Telephone No. 169 at office aad reel
dence. ggj
DR. CHARLES W. BRYSON—"DIBBASIB
of W imen a Specialty " Office, No.tfW
hob th Spring St, ln Solomon Block, Room*
land 2 Officehou s: Ba.a. to 12a., Btes
and 7 to 8 p. a. mJSU
D~R. I. E. COHN—LATE SUPKRUiTBND
ing Surgeon Northern Pacific Rail
road, Physician and Surgeon. Omca
Hours—lo to 12 a.m., 2to4p. a. Orno-S
N. Spring st.. Rooms 8, 9 and 10. Resdenee.
Makara House, Main st, bvtween Third
and Fourth. Telepnone M 4. Pay and
night calls attended to. slttf
SPECIALIST!.
ADA ME C. ANTUMA. M D., BUBIMBS
aud Medical Clairvoyant, will remain
iv Los Angeles until the end of the
month; sixteen rears of large prac
tice in San Francisco; correct diag
nosis and sure, careful treatment of all dis
eases. Ladies and gentlemen can consult
her on all and every affair of life, specula
tion, mines, ores, eta. 111 South Main street,
opposite cathedral, from Ham. to 9 r.M.
Diseases of women and chronic disease! a
specialty. English, French and German
spoken. * mrlxtos.pl
AF. BIGFOBD, DIVINE HEALER.
. Cures hopeless c 'ses of consumption
and hemorrnages, restores the paralysed
and cures rheumatism and all manner of
acute and chronic diseases. The science ot
self-cure taught to patients free, so they
may always be well and have no more doe*
t r bills to pay. Offlce—Room 9, No. U
West First street. m9-lm
MSS COO LEY, METAPHYSICIAN, 210 S.
Spring street, Room 1, from 1 to 4p. a.
sepTtl
MRS. EMMA 8. HILL. TEACHER OB
Metaphysical Science or Christian
healing, 14 DeLacy street, Pasadena. Maura
1 to 4 p. M. fe7tf
DR. A. E. DB CAILHOL, ACCOUCHEUR,
and Surgeon. Omce and residenoe 207
Temple street When desired, lady patients
are boarded during treatment of assesses
peculiar to their sex. anS-tf
MRS. C. E. BoURChY HAS REMOVED
to her residence, 146 Bellevue avenue,
and will make a specialty ol midwifery.
Ladies wishing to be cared for can be ac
commodated at her house. Bhe can always
be found at home. tl
HIti'KEIIP » IU IMS.
"I a. SHOSB, M. D. UoJntOfAl hTsT.
A. Office 18v North Main street. Mae
en rel Block; resideuce cor Adams and
San Pedro streets, Los Angeles. Offloe nours
It to 12 a. m., l tr. 4r. m. Telephone No.—
Red deuce, 82 office, 82. Jlylitf
SS. SAIISBURY, M D., HOMOEPATHIC
. Physician and Surgeon. Office, for the
S resent, at residence, 688 Pearl street
ours, 9 to 12 a. M., 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 P M.
Telephone 677. JsJS-tf
HR. FE PTERHOFF, M, D., HOMO!
-, patb, No. 28 south Spr-ng street
Oilice hours, 10 lo 12 a. m sndBto6p.m.
Having bad large experience, treats al)
manner of diseases successfully. m! 6 Ins
JULIA F. BUTTON, M. D. — OFFICE
boors: 10 to 12, 2 to 4. 7to 8. Office. 41
South Spring street dlt-tf.
ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D—HOMOS . aTU
ist umoe Hours-11 to 12 A. at, 2to S
r. m. Offloe—Not. 8 and 6 Odd Fellows
Rnlldin? Los Angeles, OaL Residence,
408 South Main street Hyttt
I/i A. CLARKE, M. D.—OFFIOK AND
jjj. resideuce, No. S4 South Spring street,
Los Angeles. Office Hours—ll to 12 A. at,
8 to 5 r. m . Telephone No. 868 JBU
K. A E. WHEELER—HCMOSOAABRBT
Office and residenoe 21 South Fort
-•reei. Hours—io to 8 and evenings.
T .dephone No. 46. yyllU
M FERNANDEZ, M. D.-HOMCBPATHIST
, Off cc and residenoe Wilson Block. 24
West First street, between Main and Spring
streets, rooms Nos. 10 and 11. Hours—lo a.
m, to 12 m.; 2to 4 r.M. A specialty of blood
diseases. sepaatf
AUI'HITEOTS. "
W. O MBBITHKW. GBO. F. OOSTBBISAK.
fIOSTER.SAN A MERITHEW, ARCHI-
Vj tects and Sanitary Engineers, 81 South
Main street, Rooms 4 and 6, Mott's Block.
Los Angeles, California. PlB-tf
O. LUIGENB—ARCHITKCTI— MAX.
. well Building, corner Court and Main
streets. anactf
CHAS. L BTBANOB. FERP C SOITKHAU
A GOT UCHALK— AROHI'
tects. Offices, Nos. 44 South Spring street
Rooms 8 and 4, and 22 West First street
Rooms 12 and 13, Los Angeles. CaL P o'
Box 614. Telephone 97. jf
RB. YOUNG—ARCHITECT ANDSUPKrI
. lntendent. Offloe, Rooms is and v
Boeder Block. Jy2o-tf '
KYSOR, MORGAN A WALLS—ARC HT.
tects, rooms 1, 2 and 8, No. 86 hooth
Spring 8t Loa An«ele«,Oal. ocMf
T» REEVE—ARCHITECT AND SOE
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