Extra Liability to Malarial In
THE SUPPEME COURT.
Tue Calendar lor llie Session In
Tbe Supreme Court meets on Monday
next, and the calendar for the term is as
Iflonduy, April 4, 1881.
Motions. ~ , , , .
Examination ol applicants for admission
to practice _ _~ ~, ,
11,81(1— uellbrou vs. Last Chance Ylater
Ditch Coropmy. .
11.SJ8 — ..eilbrou et al. vs. People s Ditch
11,443— Lower Kings Kiver W. D. Co. vs.
P lLjiis-i'leilbron et al. vs Emigrant Ditch
C luis'—lirowu vs. Central Pacific Railroad
11 !>.»'— Alhambra Addition Water Co a
pauy vt Richardson et al.
11,912—Q Jlsou et al. vs. Dtiulap et al.
ll.sjd—Morlllo vs. Superior Court of Los
Wednesday, April «, 1887.
20,224-Peop.e vs. Bezy.
20,2 4—People vs. Kice.
2»,2su—People vs. Lee Sare 80,
20,258—People vb. oiough et al.
20.270— People vs Wheeier.
20.271— People vs. Monteith.
20,273—Pe0p1e vs. Meyer.
20,277—Pe0p1e vs Brown.
20 282—People vs. Watson.
20,28i-People vs. X raker.
20,133—People vs. Brady.
11.777— Burton vs. Todd.
11,750—Wise et al. v» Burton et al.
11,780S—Wise et al vs. Burton et al.
11,801—Low vs. Burton.
11.804)4—L0w vs. Burton.
12,045— Ilammell vs. Stone.
12,846—Culbertson vs. Kiuevan.
Thursday, April 7, 1887.
11,902— Lindsay vs. Stewart.
9,829-Wise et al. vs. Williams.
11, 638-Dean vs. Grimes.
U,t>94- Carroll vs. Girard Fire Insurance
Company of Philadelphia, Pa.
11,539—Wallace vs. M»ples.
11,661—Stokes vs. Balaam.
11,090—People et al vs. Clark.
11,889—i'rlce ye. Beaver.
Friday, April 8, 1887.
11.803—Rowe vs. County of Kern.
11,906—Luxetal. vs. Haggiu et al.
11,561—Shaw vs, Statier.
11,600— Cadwalader vs. Nash et al.
11,923—Webber vs. Clarke.
11,825—Garfefld vs Wilson et al.
11,968—Heilbron et al. vs. Kings River and
Fresno Canal Cooipany.
12,015—Smith vs. Byrd.
Monday, April 11, 1887. .
11,653—Palmer et al. vs. Howard.
11,817—Classen vs. Jlowcr.
11,837—Rayuor vs. Drew.
11.839— Luco vs. Brown et al.
B,P64—Bradford vs. Harbert.
11,551—Heilbron ct al. ye. Ueinlen.
11,820—Edwards vs. County of I- resno.
lL,g£6—Heilbron et al. vs. Heinlcu et al.
Tue.day. April 12, 1887.
11.840— Luco vs, Bushyhead et aL
11 mi— Byrne vs. Alas et al.
11,961—Pico vs. Warner et al.
9,73l—Riverside Canal Co. vs. Board of
11,725—Baird vs. Board of Supervisors Tulare
11,911—Fresno Canal and Irrigation Co. vs.
11,992—Chuck vs. Garrison et al.
12,038— Hogue vs. Fanning.
Wednesday. April 13, 1887.
11,533— Stephens vs. Doe.
11,549— Doe vs. Edwards.
11,568— Simmons vs. Brlokmeyer.
11,699—Hancock vs. Burton etal.
11,613—Allen vs. Couuty of San Bernardino.
11,741—Durkee vs. Cota et al.
11,76t— Lytic Creek Water Co. vs. Lord et al.
11,779—Rsynor vs. Mlntzer et al.
.11,793—Byrne vs. Crafts et al.
11,811—Moore vs. Perry.
Il,Bt2—lacksou vs. Armstrong.
11,818—Beal vs. Stevens et al.
.11,835—Greenwade vs. DeCamp.
11,847—Alii on vs. Thomas et al.
11,857— Hicks vs. Riverside Fruit Co.
11,941—8ea10 va. Osborn et al.
11,950—Riverside L. and I. Co. vs. Jensen.
11,998—D0e vs. Tyley et al.
12004—Black vs. Black.
Wednesday, April 13, 1887.
18,03"—Estudlllo vs. Meyerstcin.
J2.o39—Weimor et al. vs. Sutherland.
11,630—He Bedome vs. Briswalter et al.
11,712—Grant vs. Lainori et al.
11.721— Walsh vs. McMenomy.
11.722 — imlth vs. Ling.
11.775— P. rkins vs. Baldwin.
11.776— Boyle Ice Machine Co. vs. Gould
et al. _ ,
11.778— Haley vs. Haley.
11.786— Moore vs. City of Los Angeles.
11.787— Hart vs. Kimball et al.
11,833—Ha1l vs. County of Los Angeles.
11,845—Cohn vs. Parcels.
11,840—Aruaz vs. Gassen.
11,883—McFuddeu vs. Board of Supervisors
ol Los Angeles.
11.908- Hecht vs. Blaney et al.
11.909— Scammou vs Deulo.
11,907 - Levy vs Burkle et al.
l.',ol9—Relnhart vs. Lugo et al.
Persona whose blood is mm,
wesk aud liver sluggish are extra- *ble to
theatlaoksof malnrlal disease. he most
trifling exposure may, under «uoh condi
tion.. In feet a system which, tl he ft lt h',
would resist the miasmatic'taint. Ihe only
way to secure Immunity from malarial"
localities Where it is prevalent is to tone
aud regulate the system in inpraTUl
weakened digestion, curiobtug th,B Wood
and giving a wholesome impetus olb llary
secretion These results are »f^P' 1 . f
by nothing so effectively as Hosteller s
Stomach "litters, which long o"Brlc»ee has
proved to bo the most "lirb c sa eguard
against fever and ague and kindred dlsot
ders, as well as tbe best remedy lor t ,■
Theßftters are, moreover, an excellent iu
vlgoraut of the organs of iinimtio,, and an
active denurent, eltminatiug from tne
bloodl th^e P "crid imp -rlties which origin
ate rheumutic ailments.
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 aud
abundant; keeps the scalp free from dan
drufT, prevents the hair from becoming dry
and harsh, and makes it flexible and glossy.
Cure for Piles.
PILES are frequently preceded by a sense
of weight iv thß back, loins and lower part
of the abdomen, causing the patient to sup
pose ho has some affection of the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms
of indigestion are present, flatulency, uu
easiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture
like perspiration, producing a very disa
greeable itching, after getting warm, is a
common attendant. Blind, bleeding and
Itching piles yield at once to the application
of Dr. Bosauko's Pile Remedy, which acts
directly upon the parts affected, absorbing
the tumors, allaying the intense itching
and effecting a permanent cure. Price 60
cents. Address the Bosanko Medicine Co.,
Plqua, O. Sold by E. F. Heinzeman.
ABIETENE is produced In the northern
part of Butte county, Cal., and combining
with it Vaseline and other Therapeutic
agents, we challenge the world to' Produce
anything to equal A" BIETENE OINTMbNT
for old sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Corns,
Chilblains, Fever gores. Chapped Hands,
Cancers, Burns, Ring Worms, Bleeding,
Blind, Itching and Ulcerated Piles and all
eruptions of the Skin. Price 25 cents. Sold
by C. F. Heinzeman.
Have you a cough? Sleepless nights need
no longer trouble you. The use of Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, before retiring, wilt soothe
the cough to quiet, allay the Inflammation
and allow the needed repose. It will, more
over, speedily heal the pulmonary organs
and give you health.
When baby w.'.a sick, wo gave l.or Castoris,
Whoa she was a Child she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, the cl'iiitx to Castoris.
When she hftdCbildrou,oh_> t »ye loon lOastorts
They Never Fall.
California's scenery cannot be surpassed
in the world, with her beautiful evergreen
valleys aud her continuous snow capped
mountains. Ableteue is produced on one of
the mountains that intervene between the
two. It has been demonstrated beyond the
possibility of doubt that Abieteue has great
medicinal properties, both as au ex'erual
and internal remedy, and we also claim we
have in ABIETENE COUGH BALSAM, AB
IETENE OINTMENT, FRYER'S ABIE
TENE aud Abietene aud Yerba Santa Cough
Candy, remedies that never fall. See circu
lar with each remedy. Sold by C. F.
Cure for Sick Headache.
For proof that Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver
Pills cures Sick Headache, ask your drug
gist for a free trial package. Only one for a
dose. Regular size boxes 25 cents. Sold by
The Secret of Beauty.
To prevent roughness and wrinkles of
the skin, romove frocklos, sallowness and
other cutaneous defects, Camelline stands
supreme. A single application, requiring
but a moment's time, proves it. The testi
mony of the most eminent physicians ac
company each bottle. Camelline, price 50
Take it in Time.
A man who presents an appearance of de
bility, whose countenance is anxious and
who Is subject to spells of falntuess, is lia
ble to sudden death from heart disease. Let
him take Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy before
it is too late. At druggists; $150. Descrip
tive treatise with eaoh bottle; or address J.
J. Mack & Co., Ban Francisco.
t'rleee and Stecb,
Agents of the Fredericksburg lager beer,
have removed to the corner of Second and
Heartburn, indigestion or dyspepsia cured
by that excellent remedy, "Mother Cary s
Dyspepsia Powders." Never have been
known to fail. For tale by C. H. Hance
successor to Preuss & Hance), and Ellis &
Co Los Angeles.
Every night at Nadeau basement, corner
First and Spring streets.
Buy the Best face Powder.
Freeman's Medicated Invisible FacePow
3ai retailed lor two bits, is equal to any
[our bit powder made. A scientific combi
nation for beautifying without injuring the
Startlintr but True.
Wills Point, Texas, December 1,1885.
After suffering for more than threo years
with disease oi the throat and lttn.i, 1 got
so low l ist spring I was entirely unable In
do anything, and my cough was so bad 1
scarcely ilept any at night. My Druggist,
Mr. H. F. Goodnight, sent me a.trial b. ttle
of DR BOSANKO'ri COUGH AND LUNG
BYRUP. I fouud relief, and after tuiug six
ll.no bottles. I was entirely cured. J. M.
WELDEN. Sample bottle 5 cents at C. I>.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tlon, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appe
tite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is c
positive cure. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Loi
You will never have a sour stomachlf yot
ise Damiana Bitters
REV. E. J. WHITNEY, of Clarkson. N. Y.
says Gilmore's Aromatic Wine fo Femalt
weakness, stands without a rival. C. F
Y. M. C. A.
Tbe fourth District Convention
to meet In Pomona.
The Fouith District Convention of the
Young Men's Christian Association will
meet in Kessler's Hall, Pomona, on Fri
day, Saturday, and Sunday, April Ist,
2d and 3d.
The programme for Friday evening is
Collation, at fi o'clock at Kessler's Hall.
7 to 7:3U —Welcome service.
Pro rainine for welcome service:
Address of welcome iv behalf of the Asso
ciation, J. A. Bartlett.
Address of welcome In behalf of the
cle'gy, Key. 8. A. Thomson.
Address of welcome in behalf of the busi
ness men, H. A. Palmer.
Response in behalf of the Delegation, F.
J Culver, Pasadena.
7:30 to B—"What we are Drjtng now." Five
minute reports from Association.
8 to B:'i0 —"Run soeakio that young man."
Address by J. A. Wachob.
9to 9:3o—Prayer service, F. E. Reeves,
Pomona. „ ...
9 to 9:3o—"Secular work in small cities,
J. A. Rogers, Ban Diego.
1015 to 11—"Hints to Chairmen of Com
mittees," Geo. Quiuan, Sau Bernardino.
11 to 11-30—"How can Associations help
each other?" E. S Field, Los Angeles.
11:30 to 12—Election of officers.
1:30 to 2—"Praise service," I. J, Reynolds,
Pasadena. , ~ „
2 to 2:4s—Bible training class, practically
illustrated, W. H. Meads, Los Angeles.
2:46 to 3:3o—"Personal work the secret ol
success," F. J. Culver, Pasadena.
3:80 to 4—Meetings, for men only, Edwin
C. Brown, Riverside _ • ,
4 to 4:30— Questions answered, E. W. Wat
kins, Secretary of tbe International Com
4:30 to s—Miscellaneous.
7to 7:3o—Service of Song, B. E. Street
7:80 to B—Building Era, C. S. Mason, Stat(
8 to B:Bo—"Christ, the Foundation or
which Association stand," Rev. J. H. Har
wood, San Diego.
9:80 to 10—Consecration meeting, F. B
Holt, San Bernardlnu.
11 to 12—Morning services in thechurchei
conduoted by the delegates.
3 to air meeting, Conducted b;
Rev. C. 8. Williams, city missionary of Mm
3:30 to 4:3o—Meeting for mon only In V
3:30 to -l:3u—Meeting for ladles in M. E
SUNDAY EVENINO, KESSLER'S HALL.
7 to 7:30-Service of Thanksgiving.
7-30 to 9—Address on International Work
E. W. Watkins.
Impromptu remarks with closing exer
"A member of my family was taken
down with the Bmsllpoj. I Immediately
Soromenoed to use Darby's Frophylactlo
Fluid. It kept the atmosphere of the room
pare and fresh. The patient was greatly
relieved, and never for amomentdelirlou.;
was not .pitted, and was about the house
again In three weeks, and no others had it.
—James W. Parkinson, Ed. "The Caterer,"
IMPOTXNCY la Man or Woman cured by
QUmors's Aromstio Wine. CP. Helnseman
stgeat, Los Angeles,
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MAHOH 30. 1887.
Asptilt SiJewal&s, Concrete Driveways,
Sido and Lawn Walks, Basement Floors,
Work Guaranteed Satisfactory In All Cases.
Gravel. 1 , Sand and Paving Stones supplied. (
works at lower end or
Mil in Street, opposite Macy. I
119-M W.t-tm-Hm J
TLi. W. WELLS, j
DENTAL ROOMS NO. 23 SOUTH SPRING !
street, Roeder Blook. Teeth extracted
without pain. Special attention paid to J
filling teeth. dll-tf j
l>rs. C. & Frank Stevens, £ 8
The bes set of teeth 88, on Celluloid or
Rubber. Painless extraction of Teeth by
Nitrous Oxide Gas or Vitalised Air. Fine
Gold Fillings a specialty. All operations at
Eastern prices and guaranteed . Iloomi
IS and 19 dtliiths.rher Block, op
posite P O. Opon Stindaysf rom 9to 12.". \
~s~t a t m m c nt
OF CONDITION OF THE
Los Angeles National Bank
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS,
Friday march 4, 1887
Loans I 802.921 70
Government Bonds 16fi,700 00
Kauklug-house and Fixtures— 65,450 00
Expense 1 - aud taxes paid 4,206 60
Cash on hand 8247,826 88
In other banks 441,938 59 688,865 57
Total 81,707,203 93
Capital « ■SMS 8
Surplus 26,100 00
Undivided profits 14.535 41
Circulation 45.C00 00
Deposits 1,822,68 62 '
Total 81,707,203 93
Maverick National Bank,
CAPITAL ... t»400,OOO .
SURPLUS - - 400,000 ,
Accounts of Banks, Bankers and Corpora
Our facilities for COLLECTIONS are ex
cellent and we re-discount for Banks when
balances warrant it.
Boston is a Reserve City, and balances
with us from Banks (not located in other '
Reserve Cities) count as a reserve.
We draw our own Exchange on London
and the Coutt' ent, and make Cable Trans
fers aud place money by telegraph through
out the Uni ed States aud Canada.
Government Bonds bought and sold, and ;
Exchanges in Washington made for Banks •
without extra charge.
We have a market tor prime flrst-c.ass In- ,
vestmeut Securities, aud invite proposals |
from States, Counties and Cities when issa-
Ing bonds. .
We do a (reneral Binking business, and
ASA P. POTTER, President.
JOS. W. WORK, Cashier. ja29w*sa-tf
BANK NOTICE. ~
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los
Angeles and to all others interested: Of
fice of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank
of Los Angeles, February 17, 1887. In ac- ,
cordance with a resolution adopted at ;
a meeting of the Directors of the Farm
ers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles,
held nt the office of the corporation, this
day a special meeting of the stockhold
ers of snid corporation Is hereby called, the
same to be held at the office .if the corpora
tion in the office of the Farmers' and Mer
chants' Bank of Los Augeles, corner of Main
and Jommerctßl streets, in the City of Los.
Ariire'es County of los Angeles, State of
California, on Monday, the ninth <i)th) day
of May, 1887, at the hour of 1 o'clock r. M ,
or. that day, to take into consideration and
decide upon the proposition to increase the
eanitiil stock of snid corporation from two
hundred thousand (8200,000) dollars,divided
into two hundred (2mo) shares of one Ihou
sind (JiOOO) dollars each, the present capital
of the corporation, to five hundred thousand
(1600,000) dollars, to be divided Into Aye
hundred (800) shares at one thousand ($1000)
,1 nrs each. I. W. IIKIXMAN. President.
johS Milnke. Secretary. f!9-TuAF-mayO
CAUTION—Do WkWa \ \i\
not let otbera Joad /JW 1 1\ \\V
Oaio'iNAi!''o(]iLKD fiuMj j I \l\\\\wKwM
( wi xx Br«is« (jlSMllij II n(^u\y
will to I i j j|| Ur
wearer alter four r
Sert«?tiysatlstL"ory. For sale by jobbing and
retail Dry ll<i-"'a dealers e-. nerully, or If not |
1 Pa"™en%l NURSI-N... *160; A BOOH*
S. L. LESZYNSKY & CO.
Sole Agents for Pacific Coast,
' (7 and 19 Batteby Street. Saw FsMicigco. CBV
I7oS ANOEI.ES WIBE WORKS.
). TT HOLUEKSBACH. MANUFACTURER
\ H of Plain and ornamental wire and
J nasisesmlth worit ol every description made
B So o ™ No. 324 South Spring street.
■ GRAPE CUTTINGS.
FOR SALE, CUTTINGS OF THE FOL
lowing varieties: Berger, Zinfaudel,
Trousseau? Granache, Mataro, Carrlgnan,
- PetitenSnot. or Black B«™"<&G™»*.
i French Benevolent Society.
i« T.IDB WILL BE RECEIVED FROM
c D French speaking druggists by the Sec
ii rata v of the French Mutual Benevolent
7 Society, to be addressed to Postoffloe Boj
T» until April the Bth, for the furnishing ol
drags and medicines for tbe ensuing year
'.-co frvm Opiates, Jfmettoa «t*J rolaon.
AT DBOGOISTS AND DKALKR9.
WIE CHARLES A. VOSJtLKU CO., UALViMOBB. BIX
Cores all Diseases originating fron
a disordered state of the BLOOD 01
LIVER. Rheumatism, Neuralgia
Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula
Tumors, Salt Rheum and Merouria.
Pains readily yield to its purifying
propeities. It leavesthe Blood pure,
theXiver and Kidneys healthy ant
the Complexion bright aud clear.
J. R. CATES & CO, Proprietors,
417 Sanso.Tie St R w Fr««"i.~.
Not 100,000, but 40,000.
Tbe number of cubic yards of earth to b
removed from New High street Is about 40,.
000, Instead of 100.000 ss previously advei
Used. About 10,000 cubic yards of whlol
1> to be delivered on the Beaudry Wate
Works tract within two montbs Irom dat
of contract, and the balance to be dispose
of by the contractor as he may desire th
whole work to be completed within by
months from date of contract. Bids wi:
I be received at my office
201 stieet. np italrs.
LINES OF TK4VEL.
Pacific Coastjteailip Co.
K>ODALL, PERKINS & Co., Goneral Aden's
Embrace lines for Portland, Or.; Victoria
It. ft. aud Puget Sound-Alaska, and all
TIME TABLE FOB MARCH, 1887.
COMHtO SOUTH. 901K8 HORTH.
|| 111 .J lit
ji *j a i !<
Queen dfPao Mar. 2 " 4 « 6 " 8
Santa Ross' „ 6 « 8 » 10 » 12 |
Ang e». 8 10 H 4
Queen of Pac 10 14 „ 14 16 ,
kureka 12 4 15 18
Santa Rosa.. 14 .6 18 20
l.os Angeles. 16 18 19 44 |
Queen of PaC ' 18 20 24 24
Eureka M 2J 23 26
Santa Rosa.. 24 JJ . M H
oteeuol Pac " B.* g | ?0 April 1
Kursks .. " 28 " 80 81 3
Sautaßosa.-l " 80 April 1 April 3 " 6 1
Los Angeles. I April 1 3 1 41 7 ,
The steamers Santa Bosa and Queen >
of Pacific leave San Pedro for San i
Diego, on the dates of their arrivals from
San Frat-Cisco, and on their trips between
San Pedro and San Francisoo call at Santa <
Barbara and Port Harford (San LulsOblspo) t
only. The Eureka and Los Angeles call at
oouneo. -'th steamers leave B. P.
R. R. depot, Los Ange.JS, as follows: With
Santa Rosa and Queen of Pacific at
9-40 o'clook A. Ji With Los Angeles and
Eureka, going north ol 4:to o'clook r. at.
BKf for passage or freight as above or t
for tickets to and from
All Important Points in Euroje i
APPLY TO j
H, MelsMaLAg, : : : Aarent i
OFFICE—No. 8 Commercial St., Los Angel;-'
WEDNESDAY. FEBBYARY 9, 1887.
Trains leave and are due to arrive at J
lk)S ANGELES DAILY
,3a DESTINATION. FBO*
B.OJ:a. ji Oilton A San Gorgonlo 7.0) r. 1
4:80 r.x Colton A San Gorgouio 4:20 a, H [
8.00 a. m ... .Demlng and East.... 7:.0 r. M j
8.00 A. at ... .El Paso and East.... 7 10 p. x \
1:30 p. m San Fran & Sacramento 11:40 A, x
7:30 p. M San Fran A Sacramento 7:20 A. M
S:2O A. M Santa AnaandAnahelm 8:45 p. v
1:40 r. it Santa Ana and Anaheim 7.45 a. a i
9:30 a. m Santa Monica 11:60 A. at
12r20 p. it Santa Monica. 4 0) p.m ,
4:30 p. x Santa Monica 7:CO A. at '
(Long Beach and; ...
9:40 a. mj . . .fgan Pedro | «:»»■«
(Long Beach audi .... , H
4:50 p. x i San Pedro ! '•»*•*
9:15 a. m Santa Paula 4,-OD p.m
Theater trains to and 'rom Los Angeles
from Santa Monica on Thursday evenings.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent
E. E. HEWITT,
Superintendent Los Angeles.
A. N. TOWNE, General Manager.
California Soathem R. I Co.
All rail line between National City, San :
Diego and Los Angeles and points East and
Close connection at Barstowwith Atlantic
and Pacific K. R. and at Los Angeles with
Southern Pacific R. R.
Taking effect Sunday, November 14.
A.M. A. M. P. M.
Los Angeles. Lv. 7.00 9:10 .6:00
Sau Gabriel 7.23 9.29 6.20
Pomona 8.23 10:30 6:10
Colton Ar. 9:15 11:20 *IM
Col ton Lv 11:25 7:50
Citrus U:35 8,05
Ferris 12:1? 9: 3n
Murietta Ar 1:10 11:10
Murietta Lv 1:30 11:25
Oceaustde 3:38 2:15
Sf.n Diego 6:22 6:06
National Ciy....Ar B:4 i_ 6:80
Colton Lv. 9:20
*Ban Bernardino.. • 9:16
Victor ... 12:08
Barstow Ar. 1:20
Barstow Lv. 2:55
•Sau Bernardino.. 6:20
Colton Ar. 6:46
A. M. P. M.
National City..Lv 8:10 9:30
Bau.Diego 8:23 10:00
Ocean side iom 12:20
•Murrietta Ar 12:07 ....
Murrietta Lv| 12:27 4:55
Ferris I'M £-.05
•Colton Ar 2:10 7:25
Colton Lv. 7:00 2:16 8:00
Pomona 7:50 8:02 8:51
Sau Gabriel 8:10 8:52 9:40
Los Angeles.. ..Ar. 9:00 4:15 100"
brIVf*SN COLTON AiTn san"bbrnaboino.
A. M. A. M. P. M.IP. M.
Colton . .Lv 8.00 11.30 2.20 7.10
Srm Bernardino ar 8.151 U. 40 2.80 7.25
San Bernardino v 7.20 11.05 1.66 6.40
Colton Ar 7.351 11.15 2 061 6.50 |
" BIVKItSIDK BRANCH.
" Mixd Mlxd Pass.
A. M.IP. M. A. M
Colton Lv 9.20 7.15 11.20
Oi tr us 9-80 7.80 1180
Riverside:...: Ar. 9.42 7.60 H.H
Riverside Lv 840 6.25 "1.40
Citrus 8.52 6.46 1.52
cVlton. ■■■■■■■ Ar 9.02 7.00 2.05
Trains are run on Paolflo Standard time.
Pullman Bleepers leave on 7 A. x. train
via Barstow, for Kansas City, via A. A P.
and A. T. AS. F. R. R., and on 6p. X. train
for San Diego. Special rates on round trip
tickets to all locaf points. "
For rates of freight or faro, address Cali
fornia Southern Agents at local stations, or
H. B. WILKINB,
Gen. Fr't. A Pass. Agent, San Diego, Cal.
J. N. VICTOR.
Superintendent, San Bernardino. Cal.
]e2B General Agent, Los Angeles, Gal.
Los Angeles ft San Gabriel valley Railway
Time table In effect Nov. 6, 1886.
Trains are due to depart and arrive at
DOWNEY AVENUE DEPOT as follows:
*9;21 A. X. *764 A. X.
- f 10-3« a. x. On week days t8:64 a. m.
12:86 P. X. only. *12;04 P. X.
> +4:16 P. X. +1:39 P. X.
*6:86 P. X. 14:64 P. X.
*11:06 p. x. Tuesday, Thurs- *7:24 P. X.
day and Saturday |
" Onßnndaysonly | gg|j
* To and from Lamanda Park.
' +To and from Duarte.
' tTo and from West Duarte (Monrovia).
, L. BLANKKNHOKN,
Gen'l Passenger Agent
g. P. JKWETT, QenT Manager. eeplt
The LOB ANGELES OTTT WATER Oo
« will strictly enforce the following role: Tht
c- hours lot sprinkling are between* and I
it o'clock a. x. and t and 1 o'clock r. «• For I
17,000 ACRES, MOUNTAIN AND VALLEY,
THE FINE3T BODY OF LAND IN
LOS ANGELES COUNTYp
ONLY SIX ITIII.ES FROM I,OS ANGELES CITY LIMITS, OKI
the Southern Pacific main line t» San Francisco— Six Passenger Trains Dally !
31de Tracks, Deo t and other improvements under progress. An Elegant Hotel and
nine business and residence buildings now under contract to'be erected in tbe new
.own, which has been named
S T ow surveyed and laid; streets under contract for grading. WATER IN ABUNDANCE
,vill be piped and laid in front of each and every lot. Tne town Is located on an eml
lence commanding a view of the entire San Fernando Valley on the north and west,
■rhile t .0 city of Los Angeles is clearly perceptible to the south.
The lands embrace both foothill and valley property, arid for quality and fertility
iannot Ye surpassed in Southern California, and claimed by all Jvdgei to be specially
tdapted to the growth of ORANGES, LEMONS, LIMES, OLIVES and other fruits.
/jpe* A plat of the town sad prices and terms of "ots and acres can be obtained at the
jfflce of the PROVIDENCIA LAND AND WATER COMPANY, No. 15 Bryson Block,
lecond floor, or of either of tbe following directors:
b, T. GARNSEY, Room 16 Bryson Blook. I J. DOWNENY HARVEY, Downey Block.
9. W. KING, il3 West First Street. I W. H. GOUOHER, Cable Road Ofllc,
H. L. MACNKIL, 16 Court Street. I Downey Block.
B. E. HALL, 1 Lawyer Block. , I D. BfTRBaNKS, Main Street. mrBolm
Azusa Land and Water Company,
OFFICE, 10 COCBT STREET, IlOI»rTI 1.
MAPS OF THE TOWN SITE WILL BE READY AND THE LOTS OFFERED FOR SALE
FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1887, AT ITS OFFICE.
TME COMPANY HAVE EIGHT CARLOADS ARRIVED AND SIX EN ROUTE
of cast iron pipe for carrying water into the town of Azusa, and will use east Iron
and gasplpe in its water system for the town.
The company will sewer Azusa, Alameda aud San Gabriel avenues, from Eleventh
street to at least Third street, nnd will also construct concrete sidewalk six feet wide
md curb the same on both sides of \zasa avenue and both sides of Center street,
from Daltou to Angelefio avenue, and ou east side of Alameda and west side of San
'jabriel avenues from the railroad to Fourth street and curb the same within 13 months.
Every three olternate lots will be reserved from present sale, as shown on the map by
louble lines on lots reserved.
PRICES for all lots offered for sale on streets and avenues not to be sldcwalked
by the company will be $200 each, except comer lots, which will be $300 each.
All lots on streets snd avenues with sidewalks in front wi'l be 1260 each, except
-•orner lots, which will be #350 each. All acre lots will be 1301 each, except corners,
which will be 1600 each.
gjm IJIRMB OF SALE —Not less than one-third cash, balance on or before one
andtwo years, with interest at 8 per cent, payable annually m 27 5t
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% miles
from city limits; overlooks the city of Los Angeles; plenty of GOOD WATER
piped to the lots; each Lot 60x190 feet, fronting on (30-foot avenues. These
are selling rapidly at $100; $40 cash, balance $10 per month, without in
terest. Also, 5 and 10-acre Villa Lots surrounding the town.
leave the office at 9 a. m. and 2 p. m. to show parties
the beautiful property.
M. L. WICKS or A. E. DITCH,
Courthouse and Main Streets, Los Angeles, Cal.
m 3-lm ...
THE EXCELSIOR TT
LAWN MOWER, //
uwn MOWER 2M^E
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO., 'jl '^
43 &50 N. MAIN ST. -
Boston Wall Paper House,
32 SOUTH SPUING STREET.
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF PAPER HANGINGS IN THE CITY.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
H. J. SHOULTERS, Proprietor,
m il i m Formerly at 9 North Main Street.
THE NEW MEANS OF CURE—DR. E.
Bobbins' E'ectro- Magnetic Institute,
corner of First and Spriug Streets (entrance
on First street) is now fitted up, at consider
able expense, with everything that is neces
sary to euro chronic and to-calledincurable
diseases, by the fluent electrical apparatuses
iv the world. Turkish and Banian Baths;
also Eclectic, Bulphur and Eucalyptus
Baths. Dr. Robbins has had seveial years'
experience in the Amtraltan Colonies, Son
Francisco, Salt Lake City, Denver, and lour
years In l.os Angeles, and hundreds of
leading citizens can testify to the wonder
ful effects of electricity In curing cases of
chronic diseases when all else had failed
and therefore all pertons suffering shoult
try this new remedy before abandoning al
hope. After every medical treatment the
patients are given the Massage Treatmen
by persons of tbelr own sex.
The Doctor diagnoses diseases withou
explanation from the patient, free of charge
His office hours are 9 till 12; 1 to 6, 7 to 9.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
there will be a meeting of the Stock
holders of the Southern Ualifornta Loa
Association, on SATURDAY evening, Apr
2,1N87. at 8 o'clock r. M , at the hall of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Ennlneers No
612, San Fernando street, In the city of Los
Angeles, for tbe purpose of adopting By
laws for the Association, and 'or the trans
action of such other business as may prop
erly come More the■ nwgntj. presldent
chas, hobnbkck. Secretary.
17, WW. mlKiw
French Benevolent Society.
UNDERTAKERS WHO ARE DEBIROTJ
to bid for the burying of deceased
members of the French Benevolent Socle
of Les Angeles, during the year, are re
ouested to forward tjielr proposals to t
i Secretary of tbe society More April B,lBB*
l P.O. BOX 18. miffMd
Iffl KeK 'li' a h' a Oldlt,^l *'
fpfc W PoFslclai and Sorim.
*/ !h rtill frosting wftfc
'skill and tuccess all
Privatit, Nehvotjs An
4#KSKSfjiaf»- Chronic Ijiskahbs.
Nervous Debility, Isa-
potency, Sexual Demy.
Falling Memory, Weak Eyes, Dow—at
Look, Betf-Dlstrus', Stunted fTnmlnnmnsH.
Lack of Energy, Impoverished Bio d, Pim
ples, Impediments to Marriage, etc., perme
nentlv, safely and privTelv cured.
Blood and Skin Shirts;
B are Pains, Bwe.lltng, Soro Throat. Month.
Tongue, Ulcers, old Sorer, Effects ol Mer
cury, are cored for life,
nrinuru Kidney. Bladder Troubled, Weak
tlllldiy, Hack, Burning Urine, InooaH
nenn« receive prompt relief and core.
MIW All unnatural discharge! cure*
P'ornptly without hindrance to business.
No experiments. Both sexes consult conaV
dentially. Age and experience Important.
Dr. White's Success
Is based upon facts: First—Every ease la
especially studied, thus starting aright.
Second—Medicines are prepared In oar
laboratory exactly to suit each case, thus
effecting cures without injury.
JfsjF* A friendly letter or call jnsy save
future suffering una shame and add golden
years to tile.
Medicines sent everywhere seeuisj
from exposure. Honrs, 9 a. v. to Bp.
Sundays, 9 to 12. mM-ISB
SUCCESS IN CURING DISEASES, WB
mti't In truth, say, has been most re
markabla. His kind and honest dealings
with his patients 1b especially to b« com
mended. We take pleasure in recommend
ing him as a gen'leman and physician. J«C
BENNETT has been Investigating tbe na
ture of diseases, both genera! and private,
for over thirty years, and adopting the beet
methods of cure. And to day he has at
equal west of Chicago. So, ladles sn4
gnutlemen, give blm »n early call, and yon
will not be disappointed.
B. R. lIKAL.
Office—36}<; S. Spring ft., Los Angeles,
So, 7 Comercial SL
FREE TESTS ! !
"Carbolic Smoke Ball"
The "SMOKE BALL." in connection with
the "DEBELLATOK" (a purely vegetable
treatment), cures CAT A I:RH, ASTHMA,
NEURALGIA, BKONC HITIS, CATARRHAL
DEAFNESS and HEADACHE, SORB
THROAT, GRANULATED LIDS, SORB
EYES, and all HEAD, THROAT and LUNS
CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO.,
Nai. 3 nil 4, over 28 N. Sprlnsj
Street, Lo. Antfeles.
Week Days frox 9 A. St. to 8 F. SL
Sundays from 2 to 4 p. M.
£gy- SEPARATE APAIiTMENTS FOB
LADIES, who are requested to call betweesi
the hours of 10 a. m. and 5 p. M. to avoid tbe
crowd. f 16-Jtm
New Store! If Finn 1
Geo. D. Kenyon,
161 South spring; St., l.os Angeles.
On or soont MONDAY, March 2'st, I will
open my new store, 161 South Spring street,
with a fulPltne of
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES,
WHICH I WILL SELL AT THK
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
It shall be my aim to satisfy the public fas
quality and price.
tesv*-' ioods delivered krre of chabsb to
any part of the city, and orders solicited.
In ordering by telephone prompt delivery
The public is cordially Invited to call anal
examine my stock and prices.
Telephone No. 619.
mrls-lm GEORGE T>. KENYOW.
: MacCOffiELL & CO.,
(Successors to F. Adam):
t No. 118
« North •»rlmgtJße^L M fl» B1 »a»,_
II THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN
anil for the csunty of Los Angeles.—
No. 1092—Probate-Notice of sale of real
estate at private sale Notice is hereby
given that In pursuance of an order of the
Superior Court of the State of California, lv
and for the county of Los Angeles, made on
the Uth day of March, 1887, In the matter of
the estate of Charles E. Beane, deceased,
the undersigned, executor of tbe said es
tate, will sell at private sile. to the highest
bidder, for cash, lawful money of the
United States, and subject to confirmation
by said Superior Court, on or after the 9th
day of Apiil, 1887, all the right, title, lr-ter
cst and fstate of tho said Charles E. Beane,
at the time of bis death, and all the right,
title and interest the Bald estate has by op
peration of law or otherwise acquired,
other thau or iv addition to that of the said
Charles E Beane, at the time of his doath,
in and to all those certain lots, pieces or
parcels of land, situate, lying and being in
' the city of San Diego, county of San
State of California, and bounded and de
scribed af follows, to-wit:
Block numbered (605) five hundred and
five, In what is known as Oldtown, in the
city of San Diego, county of San Diego.
State of California, and pueblo lot number
(64) sixty-four, In the same city, oounty and
State, containing (23) twenty-three acres of
land, more or less, according to the official
map of pueble land of said city of Son
Diego, made by Charles 11. Poole.
I The terms and conditions of sale—Cash,
: lawful money of United States, ten per cent.
1 of purchase money to be paid on the ac
ceptance of the bid. balance on connrma
-1 tton of sale by said Superior Court. Sealed
bids to be delivered in writing to me, at the
office of A. J. King, No. 24, Temple Block,
Los Angeles city, care of A. J. King, attor
ney-at-law. Djed at tbe expense of pur
Los Angeles, March 17,1887.
JOHN M. BALDWIN,
Executor of tbe eßtate of Charles E. Beane.
m> w« cordially recommend
known to uafbrGonorrhcca
-SfCTI TO a »"•' Gleet
afeaawQeeraataed not tow We tiave aold consider.
arSaW eauaa Strtetara. * at.lc. and in every case tt
MSaV has given satisfaction.
B Mrd only by the Aloott * Llak,
" uJlon - N - V
hla W r -^gf Sold by DrugarUtt.
i To Biters. CoilecUoun, Hotel., etc
1 TT YOU WANT ANY BAKBR, PASTRY
'• J. cook or oontectloner, address tax
• BAKERS' TJNIOM, Ho. 45. Poetoß.es boa
'• Ufie, or call at JACOB RKUBCH, UN toatl
Spring street, KceyssT'i Bakery. ellly
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