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$75 Per Acre!
220 A. O RES
OF
CHOICE FRUIT OR GRAIN LAND
LOCATED
t% miI,US FROIfI ANAHEIM,
IN
Tne Center of the Great Anaheim
Fruit Belt.
ttW' ; "°d house, barn and outbuildings.
This is a bargain t» settle up an estate.
Apply to LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
20 West First street mr'26-llt
Los Angeles Board ol Trade
l.os Angeles Produce Exchange
Building; Bonds.
SUBSCRIPTION BOOKB FORTHE ABOVE
bouds are now open at the following
places:
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank,
First National Bank,
Los Angeles County Bank,
Los Angeles Nstionsl Bank,
Southern California National Bank,
l.os Augeles Sivlngs Bank,
Savings Bank of .Southern California,
Childress Safe Deposit Bank,
Hayden Lewis Co..
Seymour A Johnson,
Germain Fruit Company.
DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Published by ths Abstract an*
Title Insurance Company.
Saturoay. Mavch «6, 1887.
CONVEYANCES.
I N Mundell. Thos F Flynn, N G Yocum
aud H W Ogden to G Stanley Mitchell—
Agreement to convey lots 14 and 15, Pasa
dena Park Place Imp Co's lands, Fasad.ua;
MOM
Mrs Ella L Wheeler to George J Fackler—
N>" of NW>* of NWJ4 Sco 2, Tp 6 S, R 11 W;
George W Frlnk, trustee, to W J Fisher—
Release of lots 26 and 27 block B, Bird traot,
from mortgage bk 96 p 70.
W H Veisweurter and W H Rhodeß toOhaa
FDllltran—U d halfinterestin
of HEW of SKJ Sec 36, Tp 1 8, X 14 W; »260 U.
J W Layman and Mrs Mary J Layman to
J W Gardner— Areement to cinvey lots 1, 4
and 5 block 14, Sauta Ana; $47,000.
p Besud yto Jaooby Bros—Lots 1,2 3 and
4 block 10, Psrk tract; 11700.
Horace B Adams and Pindar F Ward to D
Hunter and C Hill—Agreement to convey
lots 5 and 6 Dlock 1, La Fuente Flaee; 92600
John Goldsworthy, A H Bough aud M L
Wicks to Geo F Bixby—Lots 41 snd 75, Golds
worthy's Eighth sireet mot; $1050.
Casper Thomas Hopkins to illbert Good
win—Lot 7 block 2, Oil ye wood subdu, Pasa
dena; 11000.
Mrs R B Glnner to Susan B Staples-
Agreement to convey lots 21, 22, 23 and 24,
Cochran & Spitley's subdn, Pasadena; $4000.
Henry Warren and Susan B Wairou to
Edgar A Lawrence—l2.Ba acres in Loop A
Meserve tract; $3250.
John P Jones and Mrs \rcadia B de Baker
to Richard R Tanner—Lots I, P, R and U
block 118, Santa Monioa; $1200
A L Moye to Edwin O Cook—Und one
elgbth In', in lots 2 snd 3, Ro Canada de los
AUSOSItWOO.
John W Gardner, A L Move, X I) Cook and
I W Gardner tv Wm G Webb—Und one-balf
of lots 2 aud 3, Ro Canada de los Alisos;
$14,000.
C M Wells to L M Bigelow-Lots 140, 142,
143,114 and 157, M lis A Wicks' extension o
Second street; $4165.
Alice W Barrows to Wm Butler—2.B9
acres ln furrows tract; $1400.
C A Paige toC Gsnahl—lx*ts 1,2,5 and 6
block B, Desuoyer's tract: f7SCO.
S N Talkington to C VI Wright—Lot 21, Ja
cobus tract, E LA; $ 000.
J G Miller to W W Murray-Lots 1 and 2,W
8 Allen's sub i of put of lot 3, blook B, San
Pascual tract; $2000.
Burch & Boal and George B Patton to
Mary B Thompson— Agreement to onvey
lots 3-, 37 and 3S, Carter Gfove tract; $1500.
J R Swnyae to Edward McCarthy— A% of
NEJ4 of Sec 1, T6 S R 11 W; two und inter
ests in S ibraute Rancho Santiago de Sauta
Ana and all interest in contract book 131, p
266, of deeds; 81000.
Estate of Luther Foote, deed, to L J Rose
—North 13 acres of tract described iv book
148, p 462, of deeds; $1170.
Laura E Shaffer to Chas II Toil—Lots 9
and 10, Hoover tract; $5000.
John S Mills to James R Rlggins—Lot 37,
Mills tract Pusdeua; *10 0.
C C Olmsted to M C Tombler and C II
Lefflugwell—South half of lot 8, Burdick's
addn t<> Pomona; $3600
G W Burton o J W Browning—Lot 11
block I, Moore & Kclleher's BUbdn of lot 2
bloc . 60, H S; $1=25
1 N Van Nuys to Andrew J Viele—Agree
meut to convey lot V block 173, Santa Mon
ica: $2500.
J M Frew to Henry C Register—Lot 32,
west subdn of Lick tract; $6000.
Jacob Brown to John McArthur—26 acres
in Ro La Balloon: $3750.
Adam Back to Orlando Mocr—Lots 5 and
6, bock T, Motttraet; $60(0.
P W Straw to W B Neiswender, C C Bai
ley aud O W Butts—of of Bee 9, T
IS, R 10 W, and 20 acres of SH of SW of said
section: $4*o.
C C Hotchklss to PreOey C Biker—Lots 11
and 12, block X, Monrovia: $11,500.
Geo D Alien to Jobn Raushasr—Lots 1 and
2, block 6, Bleo'e addo, Santa Ana; $1000
W A Murgau to Mrs Josephine C Morgan-
Lot 40, W nker tract: $1000
Thomas Rhodes to Stoddard Jess, James
Harvey snd F D Joy—Agreement to convey
WA of SW>4 A Sec 27 au.l N A% of aud
NEW of Sec 34, r 1 N, R 9 W; $3000.
H-ury Elm. to Milt iv Liudley—EH of lot
2, Mohr, Lowell and Graham's subdu of part
of Ko San Pascual; $6000.
Alex W Swain to Charles W. Clement—Lot
oa N line of Colorado street, W of ueLaey
street, Pasadena.
SUMMARY.
Number of transfers in above list, 3S.
Total amount of consideration,
Number of transfers under $1000 each, 33.
Total amount o< consideration, Sl4 038.
Transfer-* for nominal conslde-ation, 18.
Aggregate of day's transfers, $214,-,16.
These bonds are Issued for the purpose of
erecting a building for the joint use of the
two organizations, will bea 6 per cent, in
terest per annum (ne>), payable semi-an
nually, and will be secured by first mort
gage on tbe property and building to he
purchased ano erected. Parties desiring to
subscribe to ssld bonds can do so by calling
at any of the above banks, nr npon the
undersigned. S. B. 1 EWIB,
M. H JOHNSON.
EUGENE GERMAIN,
m26-lm Trustees.
TTHE Sum of the Arkansaw Cough
Byrup is looking you all square in toe
Do yon want a sure, safe and reliable
Cough Syrup? Are you troubled wiUi a
Cough, Cold, Bronchitis or Lung Com
plaint ? Do your Babies keep you awake
all night with Hacking Coughs, Colds in
the Head, etc Do yon want something
reliable In the house to meet these
emergencies? We answe.-to alii "Go
to your Drnggißt and get a Bottle ot the
Arkansaw Cough Byrnp, and be troubled
no more." Price. 50 oents per Bottle!
C. H. HANCE, wholesale and retail
Drugelst and Manufacturing Pharmacist,
Nos. 77 and 79 North Spring street. Tele
hone No. 66 P O. Box 2165
EHOLjSH
Nervons Debility-* Seminal Weak,
ncsa, Exhausted Vitality, l.osl
manhsnd, and all the terrible effects ol
self-abuse and excesses in maturer years,
such as nocturnal emissions, l"ss of mem*
ory, dlmnesß of vision, aversion to society,
the vital fluid passing unobserved in tbe
urine, and other symptoms that lead to in
sanity and death. Voting and Middle,
sgrd Mess suffering from the above,
should consult us at once, core Unsr.
aisteed in all Cases. Consulta
tion free. Chemical analysis. Including
thorough microscopic examination of the
urine, $5. An honest opinion giveu in all
eases. We furnish Tlie Ureal English
Remedy, Sir Astley Cooper's Vi
tal Restorative at $3 a bottle or four
times the quantity, $10.
SAMPLE MOTTLE FREE
to any one stating symptoms, sex and age.
Address ENIiLISH MEDICAL BIS.
PENmAHY, No. 11 Kearny Street,
San Francisco, Cal. d 4
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
QTATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
O Los Angeles—ln the matter of the es
tate of Francis M Covert, deceased—Notice
for publication of time for provin« will, etc.
Pursuant to an orderof this court, made
this day.n' tloe Is hereby given that Wednes
day, the 6th day of April, 1887, at 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day, at the courtroom of this
court, in said county of Los Angeles, has
been appointt-d for hearing the application
of G 8. Foster and 8. W. Dsrby praying that
a document now on file ln this court, pur
por.ing to be the last will and testament of
Francis M. Covert, deceased, be admitted
to probate, and that letters testamentary be
Issued thereon to said G S. Foster and
Spencer W. Darby, at which time and place
all persons Interested therein may appear
and contest the same.
Dated March 24,1887.
CHARLES H. DUNSMOOR.
County Clerk.
By F. B. Fanniko, Deputy. mr2s-td
MacCOMELL & CO,
(Successors to F. Adam);
Merchant Tailors,
No. 113
North Spring wt., Los Angeles.
mr4-lm -fV
HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY.
St Charles Hotel.—W Shaw. Jul an I
City: M Anderson, Monrovia; Mr Stanton, I
Wm Drake, Alb imbra; Mr and Mrs Schu
man, Willi m>; Mr Kerr, Providence, Cal;
Chas Day, Mr and Mrs Dickson, Mr Everest,
Delibar; Mr Miudler, Sau Uorgouio.
Grand Central Hotel—C Berklem, C
Wnldan and wife, Mrs B Kelley, Miss Ida
Kellev, Heury Links, S A Johnson, Dallas;
Wm Kuchett, D llcMan, Colton; C J Berry,
L Kosbaum, Los Gatos: J Ranshaw, Ia;
John Pomeroy, Geo Halladay, Pomona; C
T Boyle, Colton, J V Blake, Sau Diego.
Depot Hotel—Mrs J L Yaryan, Miss Grace
Miller. Richmond, Ind: Mrs M J Granger,
Cleveland; C L Mixar and wife, Santa Ana;
C B Scott, Sauta Mouica; E H Wright aud
wife, ''arlin, Nev; Mrs A D Shepard and
child, El Paso; Mrs Crowell, Pennsylvania;
J C McCormlck and wife, Bellalre, Ohio.
Lono Beach Hotel—Miss Angri Bury, Ur
bana, Ohio; P James, Comt Yon Schmidt
Anaheim; W C Pray, C H Pray, Boston; R G
Hunt, Los Angeles; O W Bovore, Pittsburg;
Dr. J C Kirkpatrlck, Los Angeles; J BSilves
ter aud wife, Chicago; R Rudolph, SauFran
clsco; R S Jones and wife, St Paul; WR
Stone, St Louis.
Pico House—Mrs Ash, Monrovia; B A
Stevens, Pomona; J J Lysautb, Pomona; T
X Hlgglus, et Paul, Minn; W H Burns, Car
son City, Nev; A F Winder, Warwick, Va;
FGErb, Caledonia, Wis; Chns C Hilton,
San Fraucisco: M R Wright, Riverside; J F
Lord, Agusta, Me; Amos Keyus. Boston; J
W Shanklin, Anaheim; E L Fellows, River
side; JLClark, Panshlll, N V; Wm Meglade
and wife, Chicago; T D urew, W W Thrasher
Kansas City; C P Hellly. M J R illy, Mil
waukee, WIS, H R Howard, Detroit; James
8 Smith, Oswego, N V; T N Foster, New
York; E Putney, Fresno; Geo Eckert, Ban
Pedro; T J Sawyer, Waukesha, Wis.
St. Elmo Hotel— G Sturges, F M Meigs, B
Powell T L c, San Franciaoo; F W Steven
son, JW Christie, P J Eden, Orange; J A
Whltaker, Lillian Wbitaker, Buena Park; A
Kimbell, W Klmbell, San Gabriel; Mrs
Schell, Miss Schell. F J set,ell, Mrs J Wal
tats, Riverside; J Wilson, San Fernando; A
A ranch, Linco n, Neb; H ltab. Denver; C
Campbell (ship Adrlu-J, J B Bowlt (ship
Riverside), Ban Pedro; E C Lockwuod, New
York;CC Holchklas, Pasadena; C A Hotch
kies, Monrovia; L T Graut, Sau Pedro; RL
Bell, Caruthersville, Mo; O E Langfrou,
Pasadena; II G Euo, Wilkcsbarre, Pa; Mrs
E M Banks, Paris: L J Rose jr. Ventura:
J H Collins, Rarltan; C X Desne, San Pedro;
J 8 Phillips, Haiina: T H Logan, Wheeling,
W Va; E E Bsbcock, ludlanapoii-; F J
Byrne,San loaqulii ranch: J Bteeden, Sauta
Ana; M J Knlll, Misa Hattie Atkinson, Sac
ramento, C W Ellis, Chicago; E I Campbell,
Pasadena.
Ayer's Hair Vigor stimulates the hair cells
to healthy action, and promotes a vigorous
growth. It contains all that can be supplied
to make the natural hair beautiful and
abundant; keeps the scalp free from dan
druff,prevents the hair from becoming dry
and harsh, and makes it flexible and glossy.
Beaumont
Beside choice bargains in lots and colony
lands, has 600 lots on the Installment pIRU—
$10 per month after the first payment, with
out Interest.
Every well dres-ed man should wesr
Eagleson's perfect fitting shirt-collars, culls
and neckwear
Frlese ana Steeb,
Agents of the Fredericksburg lager beer,
have removed to the corner of Second and
Vine streets.
TIMREN SPRING VEHICLES.
OVER 404»,000 IN CSE.
Easiest riding vehlile made. Rides as
easy with one person as two. The springs
lengthen and shorten according to tin
weight they carry. Equally well adapted
to rough country roads and flne drives ol
el tiits. Manufactured and sold by all lend
og carriage builders and dealers, fob 10 'itr
D. F. DONEGAN,
Grading Contractor and Dealer
In Horse*,
Will make estimates on all kinds of work
Large contracts a «neci»liy. Stables and of
flee corner 01 Bunker II ill avenue and Mon
treat street. Residence 87 East Second
ttreet. ni22 6m ,
Not 100,000, but 40,000.
The number of cubic yards of earth to be
removed from New High street is about 40,
-000, instead of 1"0 000 as previously adver
tised. About 10,000 cublo yards of whloh
la to be delivered on the Beaudry Water
Work b traot within two months irom date
of contract, and the bal nice to be disposed
of by tbe contractor as he may desire the
whole work to be completed wlthiu five
months from date of contract. Bids will
be received at my offlce until April 5,1887.
P. BEAUDRY,
201 New High street, up stairs.
m26td
llnntin n A RESTORED. Remedy
111 Qtl fl 111 UI FBKIE - A victim of youth
1111111111/Uu ' ul imprudence, causing
premature decay, nerv
ons debility, lost manhood, etc., having
tred ln vain every known remedy, has dls
covered a simple self-cure which he will
send FRFE to his fellow sufforcrs. Address
C. J. MASON, Postoffloe box 8179, New York
city
COOKE & WISEMAN,
BOOK BINDERS.
BLANK BOOKB A SPECIALTY
75 N. Spring St., Lot Augeles. OOtS tf
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 27. 1887.
OH, PAPA DEAR, READ THIS!
Ll A T>D AT TP OTaIAIZT? T) \T T " (TRADE MARK) ia pleasant and harmless. It is taken by|inhalation,
I ii 11 111 I I II N 11 I 11\ I fl i-l I I dissolves on the diseased parts, cutting loose and removing the mucous mat-
VAIVJLII/L*«lV VJi?lVll..sU LM 11.1414 ter, and will clear the Head, Throat, Bronchial Tubes 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—tbe
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 boars,
r, ASTHMA— Cured in nearly every case—relieved in five minutes, but ULCERATION OF THE LUNGS —Relieved in five minutes and
Debellator Package must be used in connection with Smokeßall. cured in one week Tfa DebeUator Package must be used in addition to
HAY FEY ER—A cuve guaranteed if taken in time. No symptoms of g mo k e Ball
the 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 oft he DIPHTHERIA—CarboIic Smoke Ball' destroys the germ of this disease
ears are not destroyed. Hot salt water used in connection with special an d should be given as a preventive.
1 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.
PP\TT TIV Mill 1 With full dlrectionon receipt of price (f»3 and two postage stamps) DKBKLLATOR" package to be, CFXTT DV U AII
SENT BY MAIL \ ™ iiu 1 SKSI »i MIL
CAEBOLIC SMOKE BALL COMPANY,
ROOMS 3 and 4, over No. 28 NORTH SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.*^!
OFFICE HOURS—Week Days, from O A. Id to 8 F. m.; Sundays, tram 2 to 4 P. Iff.
APARTMENTS FOR LADIES, who are requested to call between the hours of 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. to avoid the crowd.
HOME TESTIMONIALS—READ THEM—THEY WILL ASTONISH YOU !
Los Anoele», January 17, 1887—Carbolic Smoke Ball Company, Los Angeles—Gentle
men : I ordered one nf your "Smoke Balls" from San Francisco for my mot her to use for
asthma, and it meets all expectations and has resulted in great benefit. Yours truly,
JAMES C. UFP, 343 S. Fort street.
Los Anoeles, January 27, 1887--CarboUc Smoke Ball Company—Gentlemen : I have
suffered for more than ten years from the worst form of neuralgia, giving intense pain.
I hereby certify that, that after using your " Smoke Ball" for less than one week, I am
entirely well and free from all pain. Every success to your " Smoke Ball."
Yours truiy and gratefully, J. E. REED,
Cor. Budlong avenue and Adams street.
Los Anoeles, 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
'Smoke Ball," and am now hßppy to say that I am entirely free of all head and throat
troubles. My uncle was afflicted lv the same manner for seven yesrs and used the same
remedy with the same result. Respectfully, PAUL H. HAY, 17 W. First street.
LOS ANGELES PIPE MAN UF ACTOR Y.
100,000 Fteet S in. Pipe, black or dipped,
FOR BALE BY
J". ID. &c 00.,
MANUFACTI.I!EES OF
WROUGHT IROJST "WATKR AND WELL PIPE.
WORKS, San Fernando and Railroad Sts., and Magdalena Aye., Los Angeles.
CORRESPONPENCE SOLICITED. TOWN SITES PIPED.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS,
On' Washington Street just outside of City Limits, Los Anfreles.
"* EPS I ' AvonoT I~
JHHQ GILGD [3E3Q
100 ■ °° Fourth" Aye |
3» *w * v 19 v 20 1 11 32 y 83 v 45 v ™ v 1
We offer, ss a freefeift, 241300 lots to any one who will build a 020,000 hotel; also one
$909 lot to any purchaser of a lot who will build a 11260 house on Arlington Heights.
The elevated plateau of ARLINGTON HEIGHTS terminates in a ridge or descent
of sixty feet just Bouth of Adams street, and In a similar ridge north of Pico street;
ou these ridges sre located the most magnificent building sites ln Los Angeles. No
houseß can ever be built high enough in front ol them to obstruct that glorious view
nfmountatn, valley and ocean: from Gatallna Island to San Jacinto peak, and down again
over the broad acres, orchards and vineyards of fair Los Angeles valley lo tbe blue
waves of tbe Pacific Ocean beyond the coast of Santa Monioa. Whosoever wishes for a
beautiful home sheltered from the noise and bustle of a busy oity, but within a
twenty minutes'drive of theplsza, should select ln ALINGTON HEIGHTS, a lot or f>%
acres whereon to build his house.
Our map shows a magnificent subdivision of it into i% acre blocks, 660x360 feet.
Including streets, eaoh containing; 24 lots 50x160 or 200 feet, and each surrounded on all
sides by streets 60, SO or 100 feet wide. Investors who are able to appreciate the Impor
tance of a well planned subdivision, will foretell a great future to this tract, with its
miles of wide streets, intersecting each other at right angles. The elegant lawns and
stately mansions of the rich will be found here within a short time, and purchasers
who take advantage of our low prices and easy terms will reap a golden harvest of their
investment ln ARLINGTON HEIGHTS.
Two hundred lots for sale; price, gion upwards; size, 50x150. Also, 5-acre lots at
(500 per acre, upward. Free ride dally at 10 A. m. and 2p. m. from
WIEMENDAIfttEB Ac HONS A 1.1,, Office, 25 W. First St.,
Or J. P MCCARTHY, 23 W. First street,
Or ROBERT TURNER. Ul W. Fltst street. m?4-lm
Due de Montebello Champagne
FINE IMPORTED CHAMPAGNE, FOR
MERLY THE PROPERTY OF HIS ROYAL
HIGHNESS THE "DUC D'AUMALE" AND
THE PRINCES D'OKLEANS. OF THE
ROYAL FAMILY OF FRANCE.
WEYSE BROS.—TELEPHONE 11 and 355.
SOLD BY THE CASE OR THE BOTTLE.
d26tf
E T BRYANT. «• A. BRANSCOM.
gRYANT A BRANSCOM,
RED STAR LINE TRANSFER CO.,
236 North Main Street, Baker Blook.
BAGGAGE tf-D FREUiHT HANDLED WITH CARE
Special attentlou given to the removal of
Pianos and Organs. Telephone No. 401.
f2ti-1f L. M. JKWETT. Superintendent.
PHILLIPS
Popular Pleasure Parties for all
Points East
Leaye Los Angeles March 10 and 31. April
14 and 28 Call ou or address A. PHILLIPS
ACO , 134 N. Main St., Los Angeles, ml-lm
HOME TESTIMONIALS—STRONG PROOF OF OUR CLAIMS.
We do not go abroad for proof of our assertions that it is the simplest, most conveni
ent Bure and speedy cure of all Head, Throat and Lung diseases extant, and that tbe
'Smoke Ball" marks a new era in the successful treatment o Catarrh, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Neuralgia, Deafness, Weak Eyes, Granulated Ltds, Croup, Snoring, etc.
LOS ANGELES, MARCH 21, 1837. — CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL COMPANY
Gentlemen—l cannot sufficiently thank you for the relief yonr wonderful little Smoke
Ball bus air rded me siuce t c purchase of it about six weeks siuce ; nor can I speak ln
tones loud enough of its praise. For years I |have suffered from chr< utc laryngitis anr
bronchitis, result of uphold fever, and been treated by many prominent phvstcians. For
tbe ps-t two years have been troubled with loss of voice, epecially a'ter drinking water.
Your Smoke Ball has res'ored my voice entirely, and relieved he cramp ng in tax
throat thst I have felt after singing I therefore, with much pleasure, and without solic
Ration, recommend your charming Smoke Ball to all the sweet singers.
Very respectfully, J. C. KOZOED,
841 Hill sireet, Los Angeles.
THEN READ THIS ADDITIONAL.
San Francisco, February 8, 18 7—Carbolic Smoke Ball Company—Gentlemen: I am
happ. to stne tbat the cure of my deafooss mentioned and certified to by my father and
mother ou December 10, 1886, is permanent, and I am Improving rapidly In my catarrh.
Very respectfully, WILLIAM WINTER, 467 Montgomery street.
mr2-W.F-8 lm
JOHTTcrMi DON <
Counselor at Law, Lawyer Building, f
f rompt and careful attention given to bust- 1
ness entrusted to me. m 24 lm 1
Mbk
at-Law and Counsellors, Rooms 78 and
7sa, Temple Block, Los Angeies. Rusk 1
Harris (Barrister-at Law, late of Toronto, '
Canada); C. W. Mortimer. fl7t(
D. P. HATOH. J. BROSSEAU.
BROSBEAU & HATCH, ATTORHEYB AND
Counsellors at Law. Nos. 81,32 and 56
baker Block, Los Augeles, Cal.
AX LOEWENTHAL, ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law. German language
spoken. Room 14 Bumiller Block, Los An
geles, Cal. anStf
Henky N. Oa low ay, Attorney-at-Law.
Chas. W. Chase.
/GALLOWAY A CHASE, EXAMINERS OF
IX Titles and Conveyancers, Room 4, Allen
Block, Los Angeles, Cal. auS tf
Griffin Johnston. Sheldon Borden.
B. A. Yorba.
JOHNSTON, BORDEN A YORBA. ATTOR
nevs-at-Law and Examiners of Titles
Rooms 7 aud 8, Jones Block, 75 North Spring
street. Abstracts and certificates of title fur
nished with promptitude and accuracy, tf
JOHN W. McDONAI.D, attorney and coan
sellor at law, Law Building, rooms 31 and
32: entrance Temple nnd New High streets.
> Os Angeles. Reference—Fir t National
Bank, l.os Angeles; Senators A. H. Colquitt
and Joseph E. Brown, of Georgia.
LAliNPfctlßS.
lEXCELSIORI EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY—WALL
J street, near corner Seventh. Tele
phone No. 367. Onr wagons call for and de
liver washing in all parts of the city. All
orders promptly attended to. Only white
labor employed. an«-tf
Mm "EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, R. aVtBS
MM r l ' Ticket Broker and Real Es mWt
tate Agent. Property sold on Installments.
E. NTT fTNGE R, removed to IBM N. Spring.
Telephone lift. Residence Fifth and Hope
streets. ana-tf
NEXT EXCURSION EAST.
V Thursday, March 31st. Fully equipped
tourists' sleepers. The only onmplete ex
cursion outfit on the road. O' H.VIOLET,
Manager, 258 North Main street. mlOtf
LM. WALTER'S EXCURSIONS GOLNG
, East, leave Los Angeles March 1. 15
and 29. Office, Pico House. sepl 2tf
POWELL'S NEXT EXCURSIOITeTST
March 30,1887. Office, Pico House corner
iaiotf
WJsasßP„ B F 08 - * OROBBY. OF 882
¥ Main street, Los Angeles Ex
cursions East and West at lowest rates, and
S leas ant accommodation. Call un or od
ress them lor pai Uoulars and rates, tf
»>» n wiiKHli.
(WTY 8 TEAM DYING ASU CLEANING
j Works hsve removed their othee from
140 South Knring street, to 1- Third street,
beetwen Main and SpriU'. Dye worse
No Mi m t,ti Los Augeles sir t. Dyeing aud
Cleaning of every kind ol laces' and gent's
clothing, crape, shawls, silk nnd lace, kid
gloves and shoes, flannels nnd ribbons,
velvet, fur ard feathers, made equal to
new. Silk aud parly dresses a specialty.
I take this opportunity to thtmk my custom
ers and solicit their continued patronage.
ml2-tf A. LURRMN.
/GERMAN STEAM DYE WOKKS—LADIES
\T and gents' clothing cleaned and dyed.
Cleaning of flannel underclothing, etc.,
without shrinkage or smell, a specialty.
GEO. BOEKIIOFF & CO., 123 South Main
street, opposite cathedral, Los Angeles.
■ febS tf
PARISIAN STEAM DYnING AND CLEAN
ing Works. Dyetng and cleaning of ev
ery description. Ladies' dresses dyed with
out ripping. Kid Gloves, Flannels, Ribbons
and Blankets made to look like new. Office:
US South Spring street. Dye Works: Cor
ner New High and Bellevue avenue.
02tf Proprietor.
LOS ANGELES STEAM DYEING AND
Cleaning Company. Offlce—Corner of
Main aud Arcadia streets, opposite Wells,
Fargo A Co. Dyeing and cleaning of every
description of ladies' and gents' olothing.
Orders taken and delivered. Send postal
card. Telephone No. 227. Branoh corner
Main and Second streets.
sepOtf JAMES LABQUIEB. Manager.
ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS.
F. McCLURE, CIVIL ENGINEER
, and Surveyor, v. 8. Depnty Mineral
Surveyor. 184 North Main street, Loa An
geles, Cal. Telephone No. 95. ans ly
EG. ROLLINS
No. 25 Temple street..
Dealers in Real Estate.
LARGE LIST OF CITY AND COUNTRY
REAL ESTATE FOR BALB.
f»w6 >f
( na Eastern offloe of this Journal Is with
Messrs. PALMER A MY, 40 Tribune
Building, New YorK, and all ordere for
Eastern advertisements must come
through them.
7
MIICBLLAmtWW.
LITHOGRAPHIC : ESTABLISHIOT
— wo* —
••nttrern OallfMmlat.
•^PATBO«^ pS w AND IM
serious rtMirao oa ArrLtCAno*.
Correspondence solicited.
Before orderlat eleewhere scad forest*,
mates end information by Applying to tha
Los Angeles LitatfapUc Co.
OFFICE: Timed Mirror Co.—Telephone Ma.
29, Loe Angelea
Th. Bassme, Formerly Manager ol the
Merchants' Lithof riph, Co.. K. 0.
Thbo. A. Schmiot. Formerly Bead DeL aad
ungr. for the Sehmldt Label A Utbo. Co..
Bau Franciaoo. fis-tf
* PHwaitilANa. tsmmmm
H. J. U. DAVIBSOM-OFFICB, «X
South Spring itreet. Telephone Ass.
noao.tl
f .KS. DARLIMO A MUKPuY—OCDfjaTB
JJ and aurlsta. Offlce IM Uorth Mala
aireeu Ofßoe Honrs—* A. a. to 4 r. ays I
to Hr. v. ortST-AAwtf
IkK. H. F. KIKKUijrF, BFBCI A LIST IM
JJ treating dlseatea of the Eye, Bar aaa
ihroat. Eyes (0100(11108117 totted far
glasses. Offlce, 182 North Main atreet, over
AOs Angeles Barings Bank. Hoars, from 9
a. m. to sr. M. Residence, MO Temple
street. W-ssa
Wm. Harbison J. T. MoasAJA.
DBS. >< AttKISON A MORGAN—OFfTCB
26 and 26, Schumacher Block. HOOBS
—9 to 12 a. m.,2 to6r. a. Dr. Morgan's res
idence, ll N. Daly street. Dr. Harrison's
residence, 14 West Seventh street Pea
E. GKEBHAM, M D , NO. 76 KOHTS
. Spring street, Los Angsles. Jlsj-gsa
J TURNER, M. D.-OFFICE AMD BBSI
, deuce—BlM. Main street, Los Angelas.
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ-NO. 2S» MATS
street, opposite the Baker Block.
DR. E. O. SI AN id G, OFFICE AMD BBS
id ence 87 Bouts Fort street. Office hours
—»to 11a.m.2totr.it. Telephone23l tf
ELIZABETH A. FOLLANBBEE. M. D.—
omce and residence 240 South Fort
street Office bonis—B to lv a. M. and 4to
6 r.M. jiyie_
ROSE TALLBOTT. M. D.—OFFICE Jet
South Fort atreet (with Dr. Follsnsbcc.)
omce hours, 10 to 12 a. m. Real denes, it
Ninth street olttf
MBS. M, P. bAW TELLE, M. D.—PHYBl
clan and Surgeon. Offlce hours, IS to
12 a.m. and a to 4 r. a. Maxwell Bleak
corner Court aud Main streets. Booat i. 4Mst
J MILLS BOAL, M. D.-4M MOBTH
. Spring street .(over People's Stare).
Hours—lo to 12,1 to 8,6 to 7:30. Residence,
847 HIU street, two doors irons Fifth street
Telephone No. 136. ooastf
CB. CLACTUy, M. D.—PHYSICIAN AMD
• surgeon, office 76 North Spring
street rooms 17 aud 18. Hou.ro iron 11 a. ba.
to 2 p. m. Specialty—Skin and sexual dis
eases and chronic diseases in general. n7-tf
MBS. DR. MINNIE WELLS—FIRST LADY
licentiate o! Kentucky. Specialty:
Diseases of wt m n and children; also, fa
connection with her practice, Electric
Thermal Baths. 811 Soprlug street. alMf
JEAN TIFT-HI L I ON, M. D.—OFFICE AND
residence 842 8 joth Main street Offloe
nours 10 to in a M, and 2 tot r a. ms-tf
■ IK. li. aArtjAit BMiAAt—A»I>B»BBO Q#
JJ women a specialty. Rectal dlssssss
treated by Uie Brinkerhoff Painless Sys
tem. Hours—9 a. m. to 4V. m. Offices—
Corner of Spring and Second slissU. Boi
ienbeok Block. septal
DR. M. HILTON WILLIAMS—I 7* MOBTH
Main street (opposite Walk, largo m 4
Co's Express Offlce.) Specialty—-diseases
of the head, throat and chest. t agate at
with tbe eye. ear and heart Offlce boons,
from 9:80 a.m. to 4 r.M. sspfiOtf
DR. DE SZIGETHY — OFFICE, SOMEt
mscher Block, opposite PostofSpß,
rooms 20 snd 21. Offlce noon, It a. to ft.
m. Residence pearl street, corner ef Mlata.
Offlce hours st residence, to Oa m. ;7tot
r. m. Telephone No. I*9 st sfflee aad resi
dence; Jangtf
I Ut. CHARLES W. BRY80N—"DI8BA8B8
JJ* of Women a Specialty." Offloe, No. 44*4
South Spring St. in Solomon Block, Booms
lend 2 Officenou s: Ba.suto 12 M., 2tbs
and 7 to 8 r. v. aUttf
D~k~l. E. COHN-LATE BCPBBJNTEJ*9
Ing Surgeon Northern Pacific Batt
<*d. Physician and Surgeon. Onus
Hocrs—to to 12 a. v., 2to4r. a. Omen—fit
N. Springst,BoomsB,9and 10. Fasdsnse.
Makara House, Main st, between Third
tod Fourth. Telephone Me. Day aad
night calls attended to. sMtf
SPK4 IAI.INTft.
ADAME C. ANTOMA. M D., BDBIKBW
and Medical Clairvoyant, will reatatn
lv Los Angeles until the end of tka
month; sixteen years of large prao
tice ln San Franoisco; correct dlag
nos is and sure, careful treatment of all dis
eases. Ladles and gentlemen can consult
her on sll snd every affair of life, spscala
! lon, mines, ores, eta. 111 South Msinstreet,
opposite Cathedral, from 11 a. m. to 9 r. n.
Diseases of women and ohronlo diseases a
specialty. English, French and German
spoken. mrlttospl
AF. BIG FO RD, DIVINE HEALER.
. Cures hopeless cises of consumption
aud hemorrusges, restores the paralysed ,
and cures rheumatism and sll manner at
acute and chronic diseases. The science of
-elf-cure taught to patients free, so they
may always be well snd have no more doe*
t r bills to pay. Office—Room >, No. U
VVept Pi ret street. SttO-lm
If BS COO LEY, METAPHYSICIAN, 210 S.
11l Spriug street Room l, from 1 to4r. v.
*ep7tf
MRS. EMMA B. HILL. TEACHER OF
Metaphysical Science or Christian
Healing, 14 DeLacy street, Pasadena. Hours
I to 4 r. v. • fcTtl
DR. A. E. Dl CAILHOL, ACCOUCHEUR,
and Surgeon. Omce and residence 107
Temple street When desired, lady patients
are boarded during treatment of flkesses
peculiar to their sex. anfi-tf
MRS. C. E. BOURCEY HAB REMOVED
to ber residence, 146 Bellevue avenae,
and will make a specialty of midwifery.
Ladles wishing to be cared for can he ac
commodated at her house. She can always
be found at home. tf
HIHWUSOP «T HI STS.
B. sHORB, It. D. HunuioPAlßlST.
. Offloe m North Mala street, Mas
csrel Block; residence cor Adams and
San Pedro streets, Los Angeles. Offloe hoars
II to 12 a. m., Ito4p. m. Telephone No.—
Residenoe, 82: office. 82. llytttf
CI 8. BAIISBURY, M D., HOMOEPATHIO
k5. Physician and Surgeon. Office, for tne
B resent, at residenoe, 688 Pearl street
ours, 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 r a.
Telephone 677. jsJS-tf
HR. FETTERHOFF, M, B„ HOMUE
. path. No. 28 South Sprng street,
Omce hours, 10 to 12 a. m. sndBto6P.M.
Having had large experience, treats all
manner "f diseases successfully, mltlat
JULIA F, BUTTON, M. D. — OFFICE
hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 4.7 to A Offloe. 41
South Spring street dls-tf.
ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D.-HOMOJ . aTU
-Ist office Hours-11 to 12 A. M„ 2to •
p. a. Offloe—Nos. 8 and 6 Odd Fallows
Rni'dlng, Los Angeles, OaL Residence,
408 South Main street flyltf
171 A. CLARKE, M. D.-OFFIOB AND
li. residence. No. St South Springstreet,
Los Angeles. Offloe Honrs—ll to 12 a. a.,
S to 6 p. m . Telephone No. 868 ]*tt
DR. A. E. WHEELER— HO MtKOAAHIBT
Office and residence 21 South Fort
■treet. Hours—lo to 8 and evenings.
Telephone No. 46. Jyietl
FERNANDEZ, M. D.—HOMOXPATHJBT
. Office and residence.Wilson Block, 24
West First street between Mala and Spring
streets, rooms Nos. 10 and 11 Honrs—lo a.
m, to 12 m.; 2to 4 p.m. A specialty of blood
diseases. sep22 tf
AHCHITEVTt,
W. O. Murraaw. Gap. F. OosramiaAH.
SIOBTER.SAN A MERITHEW, ARC HI
/ tects and Sanitary Engineers, 81 South
sin street, Rooms 4 and S, Mett's Block.
Los Augeles. California. fig.if
C. LUTGENB —ARCHITECT!-MAX-
. well Building, corner Court and M **n
itreets. an2C tf
CHAS. L STRANGE. FEUD C QOTTSCHALK
STRA>GE a
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. y '
RB. YOUNG—ABCHITBOT AND BUPBB
. lntendent. Offloe, Rooms 18 and It.
Roeder Block. Jy2o-tf'
KYSOR, MORGAN A WALLB-ABOnl.
tects. rooms 1, 2 and g, Mo. M Month
Spring St. Los Angoles.OaL oeB-tt
BBEVK—AROHITFOT AND SUB
. veyor. Boom 10, Phillips Bloea.
Main street Residence West WasldniSa
street, Los Angeles, OaL Tweatrtwo
, years' experience. anVtt

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